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Bee advocates, beekeepers and the scientific community are taking a global approach in their efforts to protect bees from the dangers of neonicotinoids as well as to help educate the public about the importance of honeybees. As National Honeybee Day approaches this August 16, 2014, we will be focused on the importance of our honeybees and what people can do to take action.
In this special evening edition of The Organic View Radio Show, two bee advocates Tiffany Finck-Haynes, head of the BeeAction.org campaign for Friends of the Earth and Larissa Walker, the Pollinator Campaign Director and a policy analyst at Center for Food Safety talk to host, June Stoyer about the importance of honeybees, food security and what people can do to save our bees. Stay tuned!
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in Self Help
I can't speak for anyone but myself, but I will tell you that I do receive food stamps because I need them. However, if it comes down to being micro chipped so I can continue to receive food stamps I will have to give them up. I cannot allow myself to be tracked by the government on how and when I do my purchases or where I am at all times. This type of behaviour makes me feel I am turning my life over to the government and I will not do this.
I may be without funds but I am not without dignity and pride and this idea of letting the government micro chip me is so abhorrent to me that I would rather starve. Fortunately, for me I would only be affecting myself, if I had small children I might have to rethink my position, but I hope not.
Right now, I only no this micro chipping to be a rumor, but if it is a rumor with legs I will have to forgo eating on a regular basis because I will not allow the government to implant a chip in my body to make sure I don't abuse the system.
We all have to draw the line for ourselves and this is where I draw the line. I refused to be drug tested when I was working at my last job. I have never done drugs or abused alcohol but that doesn't seem to matter, if one person is tested we all have to be tested.
Where will you draw the line?
Food Nation Food Talk Radio EP #18 Summer Time BBQ & Food Patio Party
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Another great summer time food celebration. Chef Shawn's BBQ tips and recipes, our usual food talk and discusssion. This will be our last summer time show before a little R&R time. We will be back after Labour Day, Sunday Sept. 7th. Summer cook out mistakes that are made, more picnic ideas and recipes. We might throw in a couple of our favourite Summer time cocktails to sip on on the old deck. The infamous potato salad kick starter recipe story and more food fun as we serve it up to you. And most of ll once you are done enjoying this show, go have some summer fun and soak up some sun, drinks and great food. See you all soon.
Some of the biggest market applications for Biometrics include Physical Access Entry, Time and Attendance, as well as Single Sign On Solutions. However, Biometrics are also starting to boom into other industry sectors as well, such as airport security, construction/workforce management, and as we all know, mobile solutions as well. In today's radio show, we interview Mr. Neil Norman, CEO of Human Recognition Systems, based out of the United Kingdom. Human Recognition Systems has scored many firsts in the UK, such as:
*Implementing the use of "Iris at a Glance" technology;
*Deploying Biometrics across the correctional and penal system in the UK;
*Deploying Biometrics at a UK based airport;
*Also being the UK's first vendor to offer Multimodal Biometric Solutions.
Of course, we will be finding out first hand about many of these firsts, but also, we will hear about successful client implementations, and what lays ahead for Human Recognition Systems in the coming years.
As a precursor to Lacoon Mobile Security's upcoming presentation at Blackhat 2014, we interivew Daniel Brodie, a Sr. Security Researcher at Lacoon to discuss some of the vulnerabilities that exist in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) frameworks, as well as provide some insights into the implications of using VDI in your enterprise.
Daniel explains how while VDI solutions are certainly a beneficial tool to protect enterprises against device theft, they don’t provide protection against targeted threats such as mobile Remote Access Trojans (mRATs) and Man-in-the-Middle. In fact, as he shows in the research, threats against the underlying VDI platform are fairly easy to carry out by using widely-distributed free tools.
The podcast goes over the main topics that he’ll present at Blackhat, including the methods of research, potential threats and best practices that enterprises should follow.
TPN TV and Radio Presents The Food Alchemist Show with Chef Sessy.
Chef Sessy created her business, Veggies Be Come U, llc from the needs of people who wanted her services. She makes her own herbal blends for detoxing, fasting, smoking, losing weight, cleaning blood, building the immune system, tinctures, shampoos and conditioners.
She provides Educational opportunities for others to learn from by the following: group classes, seminars and 1-on-1 consultations and radio shows.
The show will be on Arthritis
* foods with recipes
* colors with warming effects
* homeopathic methods
* crystals that heals
Watch the Live TPN TV Show and participate in Chat here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/tpn-tv1
Hear about the Gulen movement , Obama's failures in security abroad and at home, Islam in America, and other security matters of our time!
John Patrick Quirk is the author of a number of books and articles on national security and intelligence, including the CIA Entrance Examination, The Intelligence Community and the FBI Entrance Examination. He is also the author of the best-selling CIA: A Photographic History. He has recently written articles for the ABA's National Security Law Report: Latin America and New US National Security Concerns and a second article, New Targeting and Goals in National Security Matters. He has lived in Turkey, Venezuela, France, Russia, Jordan and Yugoslavia. He has also testified before the House Intelligence Committee on KGB matters. For several years, he taught a 14 week course on Intelligence and National Security at two universities and has lectured on Corporate Espionage at the California Bar Association. He also has also lectured for 12 years on the World's Intelligence Services at the prestigious Centre for Diplomatic and Strategic Studies in Paris. In 2013-2014 he lectured on national security topics at Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey. He divides his time between Boca Raton, Florida and Normandy, France.