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The world has an option for dealing with lethal extremists, but does it have the gumption?
We've reached an age where every believer, regardless of that which is the focus of his or faith, or lack thereof, be subject to a lie detector exam. A short survey would suffice - specifically, are you okay with attempted forced conversion? If the answer is yes, the evil would be supplied with a free set of retinal scans and tossed away from U.S. - to reside elsewhere. 2) Why are people like the '09, Fort Hood Massacre even still alive?
There are certainly Atheists which are as dangerous as any lethal, religious zealot.
The program is going to get very,very interesting. We are going to take on the difference(s) between Right-wing, extremism and lethal radicalism. Is Christianity truly the offspring of Catholicism?
We will also be discussing why fundamentalism is FAR from a 4-letter word - essentially why they can be a good thing - collectively speaking.
Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com discusses the top quarterback prospects for the 2016 NFL Draft - Paxton Lynch of Memphis, Carson Wentz of North Dakota St. and Jared Goff of Cal - from an analytics perspective with Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus. Particular attention is paid to the Cleveland Browns since they are in the market for a signal caller and are shifting toward a statistical based philosophy under new chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta.
The rankings at DraftCountdown.com were recently updated to reflect everything that happened at the post-season all-star games. In this episode Scott Wright shares some of his thoughts and revelation from the process.
Topics include QB's (Paxton Lynch of Memphis, Carson Wentz of North Dakota St., Jared Goff of California), RB's (Ezekiel Elliott of Ohio St., Derrick Henry of Alabama), WR's (Laquon Treadwell of Ole Miss, Corey Coleman of Baylor, Josh Doctson of T.C.U., Braxton Miller of Ohio St., Tyler Boyd of Pittsburgh, Will Fuller of Notre Dame, Leonte Carroo of Rutgers, Roger Lewis of Bowling Green), TE's (Hunter Henry of Arkansas, David Morgan II of U.T.S.A.), DE's (Noah Spence of Eastern Kentucky, Emmanuel Ogbah of Oklahoma St., Shaw Lawson of Clemson), DT's (Robert Nkemdiche of Ole Miss, A'Shawn Robinson of Alabama), LB's (Jaylon Smith of Notre Dame, Myles Jack of UCLA, Darron Lee of Ohio St.), CB's (Harlan Miller of Southeastern Louisiana) and S's (Darian Thompson of Boise St., Jalen Mills of L.S.U.).
The story of Bruce Rossmeyer is finally told. He made a name for himself in the motorcycle industry and the community where he lived and worked that lives on today. Many people have wanted to know more about his life and we at Talking Motorcycles are amongst them. Now we hear those stories and much more.
His passing sent shockwaves through the motorcycle industry and the Harley-Davidson community. He was killed enjoying his motorcycle and friends in Sturgis, South Dakota. Now, his daughter Shelly will discuss his life and business philophy and how the family endured the loss while remaining committed to the family busines and the motorcycle community at large. This is a story you want to hear and we hear it as well in the episode of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone powered by Crosley Brands!
Today Rossmeyers Harley-Davidson and Destinatinion Daytona plus their store in New Smyrna Beach, Florida are among the leaders in the industry in enhancing the buying and ownership experience for motorcyclist.
Additional thanks to: Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, Dunlop Motorcycle Tires and The Harley-Davidson Motor Company.
On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we will be joined by guests Marisa Tellez Kohlman and Miriam Boucher from the Crocodile Research Coalition. They have been involved in conducting research on American crocodile acoustics and vocalizations in Belize.
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Welcome to the premier of Crow Voices! Introducing Peggy Wellknown Buffalo, who comes from a line of chiefs and medicine women and who practices traditional ways. Her 16 year old grassroots non-profit organization, the Center Pole, is a learning center on historical land, located just below the Little Big Horn Battlefield Monument. In 2014, she was recognized as an Unsung Hero of Compassion by the Dalai Lama. This podcast will discuss the historical trauma as well as the healing of spiritual ways and the importance of healing ourselves in a variety of ways to release the bonds that hold us back. First, we need to know ourselves and our history. It is time to stand up for ourselves, be proactive and spread the good news about who wer are. Peggy believes the American public needs to know what is going on in Indian Country and come to understand their ways.
This first show will discuss the Doctrine of Discovery, based on a documentary by Sheldon Wolfchild (Dakota) and how it continues to negatively affect Native Americans today.
The 2016 Senior Bowl week is in the books, which means it's time to review what happened in Mobile. In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com takes a look at the prospects who helped and hurt their draft stock the most.
Players covered include Ohio St. WR Braxton Miller, North Dakota St. QB Carson Wentz, Louisville DT Sheldon Rankings, Eastern Kentucky DE / OLB Noah Spence, Indiana OT Jason Sprigg, Baylor DE Shawn Oakman and Michigan St. QB Connor Cook.
The Don S. McClure Show Live - The Pursuit of bringing Jazz and building stronger networks
Tonight’s: Topic The Pursuit of Jazz Our special extended show will take a look at the music of Jazz. Audio Recording by from Billie Taylor so this is jazz and interpretations from those who played and created jazz to those who study the history of jazz from the BBC perspective.
I grew up in a home with older brothers who loved the music of jazz, and I became aware of many names like Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Stan Gets, Monk and Dakota Staton, Kenny Burrell and Joe Sample just to name a few and of course Louis Armstrong. But there were many others my older brothers introduced me because they played in a jazz group themselves. My older brother Marvin played in his own Jazz group and made a recording of Fly me to the Moon. My Brother Roland also played Jazz while he created many of his artist drawing and while he entertained many of his friends in our home. My mother and father loved Louis Armstrong and Sarah Vaugh but my favorite singer was Dakota Staton and Nancy Wilson as I grew up hearing the music of Jazz.
The audios are part one of The History of Jazz and part two the BBC look at Jazz and Louis Armstrong.
Research by Renowned American Author Don S. McClure for tonight’s program; Guest Interview: Wes Smooth
Owner and founder of a new Internet Jazz Station Featuring a candid conversation with owner and CEO, Wes Smooth, of Twin Cities Radio Network
Featured Song Tracks by Dakota Staton and Keiko Matsui born in Tokyo, Japan as Keiko Doi, she is a Japanese keyboardist and composer, specializing in smooth jazz, jazz fusion and new-age music, and the music of Peter White and Donald Byrd Chant 1963 Born 1932 Detroit Died Feb 4, 2013 passed at the age of 81
The 2016 Senior Bowl week has kicked off and the first set of practices are in the books. In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com takes a look at some of the standouts from Tuesday's sessions.
Players discussed include North Dakota St. QB Carson Wentz, Illinois DL Jihad Ward, Temple DT Matt Ioannidis, Ohio St. WR Braxton Miller, Louisville DL Sheldon Rankins, Georgia WR Malcolm Mitchell and BYU DE Bronson Kaufusi.
Host Dr. Marla Deibler - Premiere of Mind Matters
Renae M. Reinardy, Psy.D. received her doctorate at Argosy University, Washington, D.C. She is the Director of the Lakeside Center for Behavioral Change. Dr. Reinardy specializes in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder, trichotillomania, hoarding disorder, and related conditions. She has been an adjunct professor at the doctoral level and has presented numerous times at national conferences and at local meetings and trainings. She is also the Program Developer of Courage Critters, on on-line and plush animal system. Dr. Reinardy has been interviewed on Good Morning America, North Dakota Today and the Joy Behar Show. She has also had her treatment techniques featured on Dateline NBC and A&E’s Hoarders.
The Courage Critters program is a tool that parents, caregivers, teachers, doctors and children can use as a guide to decrease common childhood fears and body focused repetitive behaviors. If every child knew these skills it would be of great benefit to our children's mental and physical health. The Courage Critter provides the child with comfort while the website offers a fun, and informative program. The Critter is a high quality plush toy that arrives with a password allowing the child membership into the Courage Club. This will give children access to all pages on the website.
There are many stuffed animals available on the market, but none serve the same function as Courage Critters. Children often hold a beloved stuffed animal close to them in difficult situations, but only the Courage Critter has the training to stand up to fear bullies and body focused behaviors! This is a unique system for issues that impact most children and their families.
On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we welcome the return of Mr. Ty Park. Ty's Lizards specializes in breeding many different species of cyclura iguanas as well as many other rare lizards.
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in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Mary Beth Holzwarth from Gettysburg, South Dakota, an activist who was stunned to learn her two children were being abused by an uncle at ages 8 and 5. "I started researching and was blown away by how many children are sexually abused and how few ever receive that justice," she says. "I have to give the credit to my sons, however; it is their courage and their desire to not have another child experience this that keeps me going." Mary Beth and her family live in a remote area where counselors and other experts are few and far between. "Because of this challenge, I have worked hard to learn as much as possible about what my kids feel, how best to help them, best counseling methods, coping methods, and keep a strong relationship with my sons." She goes on, "Three years ago, through several connections, I joined force with several senators and professionals and survivors and we drafted Jolene's Law. Our law was passed unanimously and signed into effect, establishing a task force to study how our state (South Dakota) is handling CSA." But she was hardly done, as similar legislation was brought to other states (California is set to bring it forward this next session). "In addition to that, I organize local public awareness events and team up with law enforcement and domestic violence shelters to hold trainings." Mary Beth concludes, "I want to offer hope for others that there are more good days than bad days now, but as we all know, this will continue to affect them the rest of their lives."