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Greetings! Join me, Doctor Dayciaa Smith, for an encouraging episode of Divine Experience on Sunday, October 25, 2015 @ 5:30 pm CST. I'll give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week and share inexpensive and cost-free ways to give back to your community this holiday season. Our featured topic for today is "Divine Deliverance from Drug Addiction," and we'll address how individuals can overcome the battle of drug addiction through delving deep into the life and lessons of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and by leaning on Him for strength. Tune in for this wonderful show!
The Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse are discussed by Dr. Mike Sevilla & Dr. Gerry Tolbert. This discussion was sparked by the appearance of Dr. Wanda Filer on the Dr. Oz show on October 19, 2015 where Dr. Filer did discuss this topic. Dr. Filer is the President of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
If depression is an explanation for drug addiction, what our excuse for sobriety? Is there something more to it?
Why do some people decide to start getting high? Is the stage preset for addiction before a person gets high for the first time?
This episode of The Voices of the Cannabis War will focus on the informants of the drug war (snitchin), and how the government relies on them to make their cases! Join us and hear from Nora Callahan from The November Coalation, she will help us understand how the government uses us against eachother! We will also hear from Dean Becker, a representative from LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition). Dean is a creater of Drug Truth Network, and is a reporter on radio network 90.1 FM KPFT out of Houston! He will tell us his views on the drug war and informants! We will also speak to Amy Povah, who was pardoned by President Bill Clinton! She will speak PERSONALLY on what it's like to stand up to the feds and refuse to snitch - and basically LOSE everything EXCEPT your honor and soul which for her, was not for sale! Amy helps many people, most serving people that are serving life are in there based on TESTIMONY alone -
Regular guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison), Stephanie Landa, Mindi Griffiths, Miggy 420, Tom Korby, Dr Allen, Teresa Demming and more! Our show brings the voices for you help you understand the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate cannabis. Over 50 people are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's. Through a series of shows, you will hear from their family members and the prisoners themselves. This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices. Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Eugene Fischer (who spent 25 years of a life sentence in federal custody for our plant) and Kristin Flor (who's father died shackled to a bed because our plant is federally illegal). It is presented to you by volunteers, Becca Nichols, Mindi Griffiths, Kristin Flor and Eugene Fischer.
This is the first episode of Intelligent Interactions with Trevor Ray Slone, a short 1-3 minute segment in which I briefly discuss a critical area of social intellectual aptitude that needs to be addressed in our society. Be sure to listen every Sunday morning at 7:30 am Central time.
Hour one: IONU. David Bennett, CTO.
Freeing data from the limitations of perimeter and threat-centric security, allowing it to flow freely and securely, while being safe from compromise – anywhere! Sometimes, you need to step away from the way things have always been and ask yourself, why? Why are things the way they are? You need to step beyond the thinking that formulated the status quo in order to create the new order. At IONU, they are excited about driving a fundamental change in the way that data is protected. Their Data-centric Security Platform allows data to flow freely and securely, anywhere it needs to travel or reside, without the need for plug-ins, the use of proxies or gateways or requiring changes in user behavior.
Hour two: NextGen Interactions. Dr. Jason Jerald, Founder and principal consultant.
Need help in bringing your Virtual or Augmented Reality concept into true reality? Have a Virtual or Augmented Reality system that needs tweaking? Not sure where to even begin? NextGen Interactions offers a variety of services to help you reach your technology goals. Here to explain what those services are and how they may help you is Dr. Jason Jerald. He is the Founder and principal consultant of NextGen Interactions.
Performers come and go, but singers, it can be argued, are forever. The power of Song is not easily forgotten—Whitney Houston, Patti LaBelle, and Denise Williams are voices that linger in the memory. That kind of heartfelt singing is what Nikia aspires to. “These two [Whitney and Patti] inspired me the most you know they were real vocalists. My uncle, Charlie Wilson, pushed me to practice and become a great vocalist. You know, practice, practice, practice! He is a singer he was the lead singer of The Gap Band.”
The 2nd Single “The Drug Song” is but an appetizer for the feast to come, the release of her album She is Me. Love is the drug and Nikia scores with a confidently, sweetly seductively I-need-you vocal and an undulating, slightly techno-tinged electronic cradle of rhythm. Nikia's singing has two distinctive tones herein: The coolly passionate in the body of the song and the crisp, commanding refrain/hook “Just awesome”—both distinctive, both Nikia.
The forthcoming album (in early 2016) will feature material penned by her, including “Missing You,” a slightly different side of Nikia. With a sparkling, funk-flavored guitar intro, “Missing You” has a lilt that slightly suggests reggae rhythms. Nikia’s voice is romantic longing personified, her clear, honey-toned voice (evoking the classy old-school soul of Denise Williams and the Philly soul of Gamble & Huff) riding the melody with easy, bittersweet poise. The production of Shawn Keys of Shawn Keys Ink is sparse, putting the spotlight on the song and the singer (instead of drawing attention to the production itself). “Missing You” has a bittersweet pull to it that’s hard to resist, sweet as a brand-new romance, and slightly stinging like a heartache that’s beginning to heal.
Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss a issue that maybe should be discuss more and that is ELDERLY DRUG ABUSE.
In your family "Is Grandma On That Shit ?????" This shall be a "Elderly Drug Abuse Law Clinic". Many people in western countries are Prescription Drug Addicts. Many people are addicted to LEGAL DRUGS such as "Over The Counter Drugs", Prescription Drugs", and drugs that are in processed foods.
In the case of the eldery..........many are breaking the law or attempting to break the law not only promoting bad health, but little do they know ....rish going to jail.
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What are the four primary laws of logic, and how do you explain them? Also, can you deny the laws of logic legitimately? These are the things that are discussed in this episode of Intelligent Interactions with Trevor Ray Slone! So be sure to listen in!
Drug Policy Reform may seem like an unusual avocation for a retired career CIA employee, but Richard Kennedy’s tenure and subsequent endeavors make for a most intriguing episode of Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense.
Working for 31 years as a CIA economic analyst concentrating on Western Europe with later work in Poland, Hungary and Turkey including a stint with a select group of Aegean experts in the Office of Russian and European Analysis until he retired in 2003, Kennedy did not hide his belief that current U.S. drug policy was a failure speaking out at agency meetings including his post-retirement party where he was awarded the CIA's Career Intelligence Medal.
After retiring his continuing interest in drug policy led him to involvement with MPP and NORML in Washington D.C. eventually becoming a dedicated activist with Virginia NORML.
On this exceptional episode of Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense, Mr. Kennedy will discuss the CIA’s role in shaping and enforcing drug policy and how it has influenced his current work to end marijuana prohibition and change the course of American drug policy.
Every week The Yaron Brook Show reviews significant headlines that impact freedom in various forms. Commenting from a philosophical view that man's greatest value is self, the Show brings unique perspective to the conversation, always ending the show with a positive sense of life.
In this episode, Rituparna Basu guest hosts and discusses high drug prices and why it's moral for pharmaceutical companies to charge them.