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Join us for this installment of Core Wellness Radio where we get personal with Dr. E and talk to her one-on-one about why she joined physical therapy, began her own practice, and the things that are important to her when working with patients. She will also share tidbits such as the top three most common (and avoidable) issues she sees throughout the practice and simple things people can do to live pain-free. Anyone looking to learn more about Core Wellness should listen in to get a feel for who we are and how we work.
Hear how brave men and women are fighting to defend children from the Common Core Standards Initiative. Hear from a parent and child, a former teacher, one who follows the money, one who is a product of no testing and one who has seen where the nation is headed. Get informed, get involved, save your children and at same time you will save your nation. Otherwise the other side will be a dog eat dog society--can you imagine what that would mean to you when your old and gray in need of help? Who will care for you then if you don't care now! Listen and pray hard you find the courage to make a difference.
Listen to some insights by an experienced teacher who has spoken out against Common Core.
Vulvodynia...vaginismus...uriniary incontinence...pelvic prolapse. These common yet often debilitating (and often not discussed) female issues can greatly affect women of all ages and all lifestages. Core Wellness is now offering specialized services helping women managing these common problems and we'll be talking each of these issues and what can be done to help remedy them. Listen only mode.
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Lil' Kim "Hard Core 2k14" Tribute/Review
Jones' debut studio album, Hard Core (1996) was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and spawned three consecutive No. 1 rap hits: "No Time", "Not Tonight (Ladies Night remix)", and "Crush on You", a record for a female rapper. Her following albums, The Notorious K.I.M. (2000) and La Bella Mafia (2003), were certified Platinum, making her the only female rapper besides Missy Elliott to have at least 3 platinum albums. She was featured on the single, "Lady Marmalade", which also had guest vocals by fellow recording artists Mýa, Pink and Christina Aguilera (a remake of the 1975 smash hit, originally recorded by LaBelle) which went to No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, making her the second female rapper to have a No. 1 on that chart. In addition, the remake won two MTV Video Music Awards including Video of the Year, and a Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 44th Grammy Awards in 2002. In 2005, she served a yearlong prison sentence for lying to a jury about her friends' involvement in a shooting four years earlier. During her incarceration, her fourth album The Naked Truth was released. She returned to the public eye in 2009 with an appearance on Dancing with the Stars.
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The one major component of learning is the actual ability to learn. So what is that common core "thing" that does that?
Its not a method, its not a style nor is it another way of looking at a problem. Lets take a look at what is required to bring excellence back to America!
Mike Moon joins us tonight to talk about the upcoing veto override session beginning Sep 11. The legislature has already overriden one of the governor's vetoes (income tax reduction). Which ones will they consider overrides for in September. Join us tonight as Rep. Moon comes live from the campaign trail to answer your questions.
Then, Dr. Mary Byrne joins us to discuss common core in Missouri. We will talk about the dangers of Common Core and HB 1490.
And, of course, Dave and Mike Slack will kcik around favorite topics of the week.
Join us at 7PM Missouri Tiem. Call and participate in the discussion at 347-677-1835.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* A growing number of states are canceling and opting out on Common Core education standards.
* An exclusive interview with Anita Stapleton, founder of Stop Common Core Colorado.
* Ralph Reed of the Faith and Freedom Coalition on how to mobilize churches to the elections.
Critical Conversations for this week ending August 29th is about the kids going back to school and whether the Common Core curriculum is right for America's children. Assembled for this discussion are Editor in Chief, and Common Core proponent who will be speaking with Dr. Jim Picht, presently teaching at Louisiana Scholars College and author - columnist Tim Kern who spent years in academia teaching America's youth.
Next up is whether Mitt Romney and Hillary Clinton are our only viable 2016 Presidential candidate. The fact of the matter is they are the only candidates that can run without financial backing from their parties. How does this change the landscape. Can money buy the White House when you have an unmotivated public tired of the scandals from the White House and the lack of substantive progress from either the Republicans or Democrats in the House and Senate.
Finally, Ebola is one of those diseases that the media likes to stir into the melting pot of public hysteria. Dr. Picht, whose one Ph.d (yes, he has more than one) is in Microbiology, will explain what we need to be afraid of, or not.
The fight for smaller government and more freedom continues on so many different fronts. So, what can you do? Shane Krauser talks about numerous issues, including:
1. New York's "shut up" rule is an infringement on the First Amendment, as individuals should not be required to jump through certain hoops in order to communicate their political message.
2. Sean Hannity takes on Anjem Choudary, a radical Imam, says Sharia law is coming to America. What does the Constitution say about that and what can we do?
3. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education, charging that the federal government coerced states into adopting Common Core educational standards. What does the rule of law say and how do we counter these efforts?
4. A Missouri Tea Party staged a "buycott" in Ferguson, Missouri and magically perceptions of the Tea Party changed. What does the Tea Party stand for anyways?
5. Chris Matthews of MSNBC's "Hardball" detests Burger King's interest in moving their headquarters to Canada in order to avoid America's corporate tax rate (35%). What does it mean to be free anyways?
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Hear interview with Joan Landes, Mental Health Expert, give us her perspective on what Common Core Standards Initiative may mean for America's upcoming generation. We hear the latest from Ken Mercer (Texas State Board of Ed.) who says:
“For today’s patriots, this is our Valley Forge and our D-Day - this is the Revolution of 2014!” ...
On July 4th we witnessed nationwide patriotism honoring our Founding Fathers and the sacrifices of our courageous men and women in uniform. This must have annoyed David Coleman, the chief architect of the controversial Common Core national standards, and many of his College Board (CB) colleagues.
After drafting the Common Core English language arts standards, Coleman became president of the CB. He immediately moved to implement his Common Core standards into the Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT)."
Let's hear Joan's perspective on this Common Core movement and can it change the future of America. Learn and share for such a time as this...
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