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Gerrymandering has made a mockery of the democratic process throughout the US. Engineering districts to benefit one party or the other has been raised to a fine art, making most of them safe for incumbents. Current members of Congress have over a 90% chance of being re-elected. Those who call to "throw all the bums out" generally seem to feel that their bums are the exception to the rule, not making the connection to why Congress as a whole has a 9% approval rating.
With the stunning defeat of House Speaker Eric Cantor by a candidate who spent little over 5% of what he did, it is evident that unified action by disaffected voters can affect elections. Citizens of Virginia's District 7 have shown both conservatives and liberals that they do not have to settle for the choices of the establishment in the Duopoly parties. The key to turning this apparent anomoly into a trend will be to get self-identified liberals and conservatives to agree on issues that they can unite on and use them to elect candidates who will represent the People and not special interests.
Poltical analyst Karl Eysenbach joins us once again to talk about how some activists are organizing in Eugene, Oregon to challenge the lock that party flacks have on the Board of County Commissioners. Their success in the recent elections holds lessons for everyone who wants to end corporate control at all levels of government, end the gridlock in Washington and Take Back America for the People.
This show was rebroadcast on June 21 at 9 AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio network.
Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to educate the American public on true costs of corporate control of the US government.
Know the truth and the truth will set us free.
It's been well over a year since Da Legendary Conk™ has been on radio and much longer since he's hosted Drunk and Defiant.. The Original Drunk Show that said you to the rules and standards imposed by those who thought they knew better.
Da Legendary Conk™ hosts another episode of Drunk and Defiant Radio. What's going on in the world of Unstoppable. Some news on SCUM and FTW, Special Guest Interviews, Some BS rants, Jokes, Music, Energy!!... Tune in as we fill you in on what's going on!
And Crank your speakers cause we're about to fk this place right up!!
Karl Gruber is an amazing man who has ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks to raise money and awareness for leukemia research. He wrote and published a book chronicling his year of marathoning, Running For Their Lives. To this year, he has ran 78 marathons, and also completed 2 Half Iron Man triathlons. In addition, he has coached marathon training groups for the Arthiritis Foundation, worked in running specialty retail for 13 years, and now is a certified Law of Attraction Coach.
His motto is " ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary things!" He believes that he can motivate and inspire people to move toward a happy, active, healthier life, and having taken my own body and fitness to a stratosphere most people cannot even comprehend, he has the platform of integrity to stand on.
Join Jaimi as she speaks with Motivational Speaker Karl "The King Motivator"Mayes on In The Spotlight. Tune in Live Sunday, May 4, 2014 6p.m.cst/7p.m.est www.your15minutesradio.com. Join the conversation on Twitter @queenjaimi and @your15minradio.
It has been said that to be drunk in love or "love drunk" is when you miss the other person so much that you simply cannot get them out of your mind and you become a mess constantly thinking about them. You're facebooking them, calling, texting trying to get a hold of them, and going crazy when you can't reach them.
Some people said they zone out, become anxious and can't think straight, sounds like "drunk to me." Real Talk, when you love someone, don't you think about them constantly, love to be around them and if you were to break up, heartbreak would occur? So what's the difference?
Let's talk about this Love Drunken State.... is it healthy or dysfunctional?
Is it just me or is this a low key line-up for 4th of July weekend? Even still, we have plenty to talk about with Melissa McCarthy's latest, a team-up with Susan Sarandon in Tammy. Next up is Eric Bana in the horror department with Deliver Us From Evil. So that's adult comedy and horror, what will the kids do? THINK OF THE CHILDREN! Oh, that's right! We have them covered as well with Relativity's Earth to Echo. All this and any news fit to bring to the airwaves on this week's Punch Drunk Podcast.
Mocca talks with Special L "Karl Douglas". Special K is a multitalented writer, personality and comedian. Special K writes for The Rickey Smiley Show , Dish Nation and a contributor to TV One. Special has been behind the scenes for quite sometime naw he's ready to shine.
Aikido is the Way of Spirit Harmony in life. This martial art has transformed its roots as a fighting to survive art, jutsu, into its higher form of expression as a Do art. This means it has transcended its form and teachings to be of a more spiritual expression while still being a powerful form of self defense that is effective even in dealing with today's modern street fighting dangers.
It has the added benefit of opening its practitioners to insights about their ego self and their principled SELF. Aikido aligns beautifully within the Unity of Oneness and SELFGnosis that we address each week with our listeners.
Karl Geis, who recently passed away, has been Will Gable's beloved Sensei for over 35 years. Will has learned much and passes his learning along to students in the Oklahoma City area.
Today's show is dedicated to Karl Geis Sensei. We will share our memories and his wisdom insights. We hope to interview some of his students at this celebration honoring his memory and his contributions to the art of Aikido and Judo with his unique approach that seems to dance in circles dispelling harm. He developed what is known in the world as Kihara Aikido. Join us today and celebrate his memory and gifts. Thank you.
All to Love, Will Gable and Sharon Quinn.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on one thought too many in egoism, drunk driving in a free society, dogs versus private property, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Does egoism suffer from 'one thought too many'?
Question 2: Should driving drunk be illegal in a free society?
Question 3: Do dog owners violate rights by allowing their dogs to poop on others' lawns?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
What do events in Ukraine have to do with the struggles of farmers in California and what do their struggles have to do with farmers in India and Latin America? The answer is clear only if you learn to think like the self-styled Masters of the Universe who believe it is their God-given right to rule over the rest of us.
On February 22, after failing to connect with scheduled guest Karl Eysenbach in Mexico, I explored with our listeners how some of the pieces of the puzzle fit together and why they all point to the clear need to build a united international front against fascism and war.
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