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1 new album, "Babylon"
1 New track by Lauryn Hill "Consumerism"
and 1 TOUR = BOOKS & BEATZ .
+ 1 RBG Movement, 1 FTP Movement, 1 God Hop Movement, 1 Guerrilla Republik Movement all on 1 SHOW.
Tonight join the 1 AND ONLY Abundance Child as she does her magick with 1 show and 7 Guests: Kalonji Changa, Minister Enqi, Tahir RBG, Ruff Mic, ISIS Tha Savior, Sa-Roc the Mc, Sol Messiah
The God's must be Ready!!!
Consumerism and Investing. Which is better? Depends on who you ask. Which one are you? One does not exist without the other. You can be both. Really you should do both or neither. Whether you are on a fixed income, working class, a student, or rich, you can invest. Investing is one thing anybody can do. Blake will show you how or Blake will do it for you. You will make money. Are you a consumer, who would like to become an investor? Ask Blake. Blake knows consumers. Blake knows investing.
1st hr. "Left Turn w/ Stewart Alexander"
2nd hr. "The Dialogue"
X On 'Left Turn with Stewart Alexander', A.J. Segneri is the guest. The topic is"
"Syria and Obama’s U.N. Proclamation"
During this episode, Stewart and A.J. will provide an insight of America’s position in international politics; we will also discuss why capitalism is failing on a global scale and why war is now the final solution for the rulers of the empire.
X On 'The Dialogue' we frequently speak about consumerism and cutting back. Tonight we'll be giving some ideas on :
"Getting Your Kicks for Free"
Karen Christine Patrick, and Ruthann Amarteifio tell what works for them and the people they know, or have heard of!! We do not need to spend big bucks to have a lush, full life!! In fact, as far as happiness goes, less money may be an advantage!!
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 15th anniversary of Fight Club! Where does it rank in David Fincher’s filmography? Do its messages of anti-consumerism and anti-corporatization still resonate in today’s culture of conspicuous consumption? Has its message of male empowerment been misconstrued by the proponents of groups such as the Men’s Rights Movement? Can the film be considered irredeemably misogynist considering the treatment its lone female character at the hands of the male leads? Does Fight Club merit comparison to other watershed films such as A Clockwork Orange? Will David Fincher ever return to that kind of aggressive filmmaking?
We’ll also be having one of our patented freestyle sessions! Everything is fair game and nothing off limits. The topics will be varied and interesting. We’ll be jumping down the proverbial pop culture rabbit hole to see what we can find. There’s no telling where the discussion will take us, but it will surely be a fun ride. Feel free to tune in and join us! You won’t be disappointed!
'Nutrition For Your Brain'
1st hr. --Alexandra Austin
2nd hr.--Richard Cleveland
Ruthann's first guest is Alexandra Jane Austin, who says;
"I would prefer to grow it, make it or barter for something rather than ever going shopping. My life is easy because I don't have anything that isn't either useful, beautiful, or sentimental. Treasures are best kept within my heart than on display. My life is about simple acts of kindness, both given and received. Instead of thinking about what I might need in a material sense, I think about what I don't need." Here what has brought this remarkable woman to this lifestyle---one of simplicity and gratitude----
In the second hr., Richard Cleveland, www.lovetheearth.com, is in. Richard is the founder and director of Earth School, an organization that teaches nature awareness and self-reliance. Located in the Asheville, North Carolina area, the school offers experiences for families, individuals, some exclusively for teens, others for only women, etc. Richard speaks of the hows and whys of the importance of connecting with the earth---for it's sake, and our own!
Over the last 20 years, the availability of voluntary benefits has grown from an anomaly to a strategy for the majority of employers. According Eastbridge Consulting Group, Inc., 54 percent of all employers provided at least one voluntary benefit in 2006. Six years later, that percentage has grown to 77 percent. For Eastbridge, the definition of voluntary benefits only includes life and health benefits where the employee pays 100 percent of the premiums through payroll deduction and there is no direct contribution by the employer. In the 25 years Eastbridge has followed voluntary benefits trends, life and disability insurance remain the first and second most popular products.
But, people like Mike Zarrillo, Vice President of Voluntary Benefits and Business Development for AIG Benefit Solutions, believe an employer's voluntary benefits strategy can go beyond the Eastbridge classification. Zarrillo sees two other categories gaining in popularity in the workplace: value-added benefits such as legal services and pet, home and auto insurance; and "beyond-value-added benefits" that play on the concept of consumerism at work. He's watched some companies give employees access to home-protection products and even home appliance purchases that the employee buys via payroll deduction.
So, if you want to learn more about voluntary benefits and how they may manifest in your workplace, join us as we talk with Mike Zarrillo about the changing landscape of employee benefits.
1st hr. 'Left Turn w/ Stewart Alexander'
2nd hr. 'The Dialogue'
x 'Left Turn' w/ Stewart Alexander' has returning guest Al Suarez.
Under discussion will be:
"The Human Cost for Endless Wars Abroad"
During this segment, Stewart and Al will discuss how working people are making lifetime sacrifices for the U.S. to maintain a global military umbrella. We will discuss the cost of wars in terms of homelessness, hunger and poverty; cuts in senior care and cuts in Social Security; a decaying infrastructure; the skyrocketing cost of education; health care, mental care and VA care; and the cost of human lives lost at home and abroad.
x 'The Dialogue' continues with ideas, thoughts, and possible solutions for 'Urban Sustainability'
Karen Christine Patrick, Ken Withrow, and Ruthann Amarteiifo weigh in.
NOON PST/3PM EST ~ Live Unscripted Riff on Funny to the MOON Plus open topics! Click the link to live stream or Call 818 739-8913 to listen or talk over a phone!
All ages will enjoy what's trending in this fast moving program.
Computers are on everybody's mind and there is nobody better at unraveling the complexities than Paul Rabenold.
What would any red-blooded American female do if she were abandoned, left alone to motorcycle on her Harley through a rugged part of our country? Liz Taylor's adventurous spirit is an inspiration to anyone who must face any daunting task alone.
Whether you are alone, married, or living together, lawyer Ben Moore offers invaluable insights to what you need to know about laws governing relationships: Are you better off married, single, or living together?
Michael Podoshen, like many active retirees, faced the challenge of what to do after retirement. His solution was to dedicate himself as an advocate for children in the Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program.
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"What Makes Your Blood Boil?"
Passion and Politics------
"They" say to never talk about about Sev, Religion, and Politics------
We say "Bring It On"-----
Tonight, it's POLITICS------So much to infuriate us----
Join us in chat or give a call!
in Self Help
Reese Ramirez and other Transmen falling ill or dying, what is going on?
Relationships what are the pros and cons
Best form of self help
Diseases where do they stem from
Headaches, different types and why do we get them?
Politics how effective is it and who is really in charge?
Politically correct in our message, oh really, I don’t give a dam.
Consumerism, explained in a nutshell
Zombies and the apocalypse
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Every week Mark Angelo will bring you up to date information regarding the LGBT community, Spirituality, and health tips, I will open the chat room and take calls so you can share your opinions and concerns. Letting your voices be heard. Let us grow and learn to understand one another.
1st hr.-----'Left Turn w/ Stewart Alexander'
2nd hr.----'The Dialogue'
X On 'Left Turn with Stewart Alexander', Al Suarez returns to discuss with Stewart, two topics:
Has the Empire Reached Beyond Its Limits
How Should We Remember September 11, 2001?
Give a call---share your thoughts!!
X We continue speaking of 'Urban Sustainability' on "The Dialogue"-------
What is it, amd how can we practice it? Karen Patrick, Ken Withrow, and Ruthann Amarteifio are sharing ideas!
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