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India-U.S. Diplomacy Wars Who is Sangeeta Richards and what does she want? Duck Dynasties. Revisiting the First Amendment Christmas in Iraq Sectarian and Anti-Christian Violence
Brainerd native John Remington "Jack" Graham was elected county attorney in 1990 in what most observers saw as a huge political upset. Graham served one term as county attorney and did not seek re-election. He was a special counsel to the city of Brainerd from 1974 to 1980 and led the fight against mandatory fluoridation of the city's water. Jack currently lives in Quebec. March, 2012 Jill Clark writes: http://jillclarkspeaks.com/2012/03/11/why-are-judges-afraid-of-lawyers/
A dandy on tap as joining us are journalist Sandra Booker & noted author Kona Lowell to discuss events of the day! Feel free to join the conversation as all perspectives are welcomed, REALLY!
Where the hell is real peace?
Israel has been in a constant warn since Zionism. Palestoine has never had peace since the invasion of the Zionists in 1939. It is time for the US, UN and EU to step up the pressure on the zionazis to get this shit done or President Abbas will go to International Court of the UN.
Time to stop the BS and get things done. Screw the diplomacy.
What 's the process of becoming a modern State? How is identity shaped through compromise? How can Jazz -- a genre that embodies modernity -- offer insight into the geopolitical process of modernizing? On Friday, April 4, 2014, (11AM ET/8AM PT) we'll trade fours with Greg Satell, a media strategist and writer for Forbes, with substantial experience living and working in Ukraine. Read Greg's website, Digital Tonto, and his recent Forbes articles on Ukraine:
Ukraine's Decade of Political Awakening
Its Time to Isolate Putin's Russia
Why the World Has a Stake in Ukraine
Photos via Personal Collection of Greg Satell
Special Guest Commentator Mark Donfried, founding director of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin, will join us live. Tune in to Trading Fours and "Get in on the rhythm."
"Where are the carriers?" Regardless of the writing, talking, and pontificating about "Why the carriers?" - when there is a real world crisis - leaders still ask, "Where are the carriers."
Since we waived the requirement for a floor of 11, we have drifted to the new normal of 10 without dedicated additional funding. 10 isn't even an accurate number. With one undergoing nuclear refueling - you really have 9. Knowing what it takes to deploy, train, maintenance and preparing to train for deployment - in normal times, it takes 9 to make three if you are lucky. If you have an emergency that requires multiple carriers onstation - you run out of options very fast, and the calendar gets very small.
Surge? If as Rear Admiral Thomas Moore, USN said last year, “We’re an 11-carrier Navy in a 15-carrier world.” - what risk are we taking with 9 that can get underway?
Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be Bryan McGrath, CDR, USN (Ret.), Managing Director of The FerryBridge Group. We will use as a basis for our discussion the article he co-authored with the American Enterprise Institute's Mackenzie Eaglen, America's Navy needs 12 carriers and 3 hubs.
Dawn Ansbro is the Executive Director of Orange County Arts Council. She is a creative and self-motivated executive with over 20 years experience managing new projects, growth, and change in both large and small, fast-paced environments. Strengths include relationship building, collaboration, diplomacy, working with diverse groups, developing new jobs and/or programs and managing change with both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
For more information about Orange County Arts Council and opportunites, please visit their website www.OCArtsCouncil.org
What are the challenges of implementing the Common Core? How can teachers and students realize greater creativity in the classroom? What's the impact of standardization on learning? On Friday, April 18, 2014, at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) we'll have a LIVE rebroadcast of our conversation with Education Professor Yen Yen Woo. Call-in with questions and comments by dialing, 347-989-8321. Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the rhythm."
It's been another huge week in Australian politics, just as predicted last week. But this week has been a little different with a Senate election rerun in Western Australia.
The team at The Agenda will be discussing this and its implications for the conservative government.
But of course there has been much more going on in the great Southern land so make sure you join the team and vent your spleen!
Empowered Living Radio host Tori Eldridge welcomes Colonel Mark Solomons for an illuminating discussion on Finding Common Ground.
Col. Solomons has served 4 combat tours, 3 rotations in Iraq, as well as being deployed on numerous Peace Keeping and Peace Enforcement missions around the world. His vast military experience, combined with hie current position in Saudi Arabia, affords him a unique perspective on the Middle East and on realtionship building in the midst of diverstity.
What a treat it will be for these two Hawaii school friends to chat across continents about such an important topic -- their first conversation since graduating from Punahou with President Obama!
Tori Eldridge is the author of Empowered Living Expanded Edition: A Guide to Physical and Emotional Protection. She is a 5th degree Ninja who has performed on Broadway, TV, and film, adapts books to film, writes a muse-letter on mindful living, and has taught empowerment across the country.
Music by Jim Kimo West
This is a copyrighted podcast owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC and produced by Pam Stack.
It has been an entertaining fortnight in Australian politics. There's much to be said about the state of the new conservative government. There are scandals erupting each day of the misuse of entitlements for travel expenses by conservative members of parliament. And to be sure there are those on the progressive side that have been caught out too - but nowhere near the same extent as the conservative MPs. Then there are the revelations about the new micro-party Members of Parliament due to