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  • 00:30

    Earning It

    in Family

    Today we are going to explore the value of earning what you get. Have you earned what you have, or was it just given to you? Have your children earned what they have, or do you just give it to them? Are you teaching your children the value of EARNING what they have?

  • 01:03

    Q&A: Atonement, Earning Money, Friendship, and More

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on atoning for a past crime, the value of earning money, friendship with a devout theist, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Question 1: What should a person do to make up for a past unpunished crime? 

    Question 2: Should a person always care to work or earn money? 

    Question 3: Should I end my friendship with a persistent and devout Christian? 

    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.

  • 02:01


    in Politics






  • 00:33

    Ty Montgomery earning respect from Jordy Nelson

    in Sports

    The Green Bay Packers always seem to find a gem at wide receiver.  This year they drafted Stanford wide receiver Ty Montgomery, in the third round.  Ted Thompson has always operated the draft by taking the best player available.  Some questioned a wide receiver, with the glaring needs on defense.  With Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb locked up long term; and the emergence of DaVante Adams, the Packers were only one injury away from having a depleted receiving unit.  With the early success of Montgomery, there has been talk about the Packers carrying six receivers, into the regular season. Jordy Nelson said, "Taking away the athletic part of it, just his approach to understanding our playbook, asking questions, trying to be detailed as much as possible in a short amount of time."

    Last years third round draft pick Khyri Thornton is in a different situation.  Thornton injured his hamstring in the final preseason game, and was placed on the injured reserve list.  Had he not been injured many believe he would not have made the roster.  He has not impressed so far in camp, and could be looking for a new team.  What are your early thoughts on training camp?


  • 01:59


    in Politics

    What's the matter with Kansas? "The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy recently reported that Kansas has the ninth-most unfair tax system in the county.  A Kansan earning $47,700 a year pays 9.5 percent of income in state and local taxes; but someone earning $1,191,700 pays an effective rate of just 3.6 percent."

    So much for the 'trickle down' libertarian economic theories masterminded by the Wichita plutocrats Charles & David Koch; and implemented by Gov. Sam Brownback and his cronies in the state legislature.

    Program Summary: Nov. 28, 2015

    Kansas news grab bag with vintage hook-up music.

    2nd Hour - Hear the latest (released for distribution 27 Nov. 2015) from investigative reporter, Tony Gosling & "Old Labour" Martin Summer as they host from Bristol's community radio station the "Friday Drivetime" show.


  • 01:01

    How To Make More Money By Charging More Money with Carrie Greene

    in Entrepreneur

    Carrie Greene is a business coach who helps clients see their value and charge what they are worth.  She is the author of Chaos to Cash and Because Your're Worth It:  How to make more money by charging more money.  She has a great formula and exercises in her book that she discusses in this episode to help you see your own value and charge what you are worth.  Stop shortchanging yourself.  Listen to this episode and learn how you can earn more money by charging more money.

  • 01:48

    Sports Tuesday with Steve Manderson & Special Guest Coach Leni Wilson

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation! Join us tonight from 6-8 for Sports Tuesday with Steve Manderson and he brings you the latest highlights of your favorite sports and welcomes Coach Leni Wilson into the studio.

    From 6-7, join Steve as he discusses highlights from the NBA, College Basketball & Foot ball and the NFL Games played this past weekend.

    At 7:15, tune in as Steve welcomes Coach Leni Wilson into the studio to discuss her Professional Basketball Career and her Basketball Academy.

    Leni Wilson developed a thirst for basketball at the ripe age of 10.  Her love for the game of basketball became her life's passion. Starting as a center/power-forward for the ST Elizabeth’s girl’s basketball team, Leni started developing her skills for the next level. Earning a four-year paid scholarship to Georgetown University in Washington, DC, for the Georgetown Women’s basketball team.  Her hard work and dedication paid off when she advanced her team to the first round of the NCAA championship, advancing to the Sweet Sixteen. After college, Leni continued her quest for basketball by becoming a professional women’s basketball player overseas for France and Sweden. In 2012, she was inducted into the “Georgetown University Athletic Hall of Fame and also, The Delaware Sports Museum Hall of Fame, in Wilmington, DE. Today, she is known as, Coach Wilson and teaches basketball fundamentals to children ages 6-12 from her very own basketball academy, Leni Wilson Basketball Academy (L W B A).  Now Leni Wilson is the Assistant Coach for 5th & 6th-grade girls basketball at St Elizabeth School where she first began playing organized basketball.

    Listen in at 619-924-0933.  You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.

  • 02:01


    in Entertainment

    Michael Brown spent four years on active duty achieving the rank of Corporal (Non-Commissioned Officer). Michael then spent two years as an Inactive Reservist for the Marine Corps in Texas, at which time he then re-entered Active Military Service by enlisting in the US ARMY on 27 FEB 2000 with the rank of Specialist and occupational specialty of Motor Transport Operator. From FEB 2004 – FEB 2005, he was deployed to Afghanistan as part of OEF-5, where he earned a Bronze Star, an Army Accommodation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award and the Army Good Conduct Medal. During this deployment in Afghanistan, he sustained injuries warranting a Medical Discharged in JUN 2006. Afterward, he spent three years in Iraq as an Embedded MRAP Mechanic for the DOD and one year with Triple Canopy. During this timeframe, he was again injured twice resulting in two spinal surgeries resulting in artificial disc replacement, titanium cage and a titanium hip replacement. Upon 2 years of recovery and rehabilitation, he began deploying as a Mobility Instructor for CRUSADERS TRAINING, LLC, where he teaches US ARMY Soldiers Mobility and Recovery measures for the New IMG-MAXXPRO DASH MRAP. Currently, he is focusing his time on earning his Degree in Teaching and focus on being a Strength and Conditioning Coach.I am a disabled veteran who wants to live the rest of my life motivating other disabled veterans to do more than they ever thought they could before...after war.

    Greg Stevens


  • 00:56

    Donica Knight and Madelyn Victoria, Country Women Who Rock Country Music

    in Music

    Donica Knight is a singer, songwriter from Montgomery, Alabama. Donica’s unique blend of rock, country and blues has led to a rigorous touring schedule in the Southeast, performing more than 350 dates, opening for both country and rock superstars, as diverse as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Styx, Hank Williams Jr., Kid Rock, Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Kenny Rogers, Scotty McCreery, Jamey Johnson, Little River Band, Skid Row, Kellie Pickler, Blackberry Smoke, Joe Nichols, REO Speedwagon, The Band Perry, Chris Young, 3 Doors Down and many others.  A self-proclaimed tomboy and sports fan, Donica wrote and recorded “Great To Be,” which was regularly played at her beloved Auburn Tigers’ football games.  She has also written and recorded duets with country legend, Ronnie Milsap.  Donica’s music can be heard in several television and radio commercials, and on the award-winning soundtrack for the film Halloween Party. She also has two co-writes in the upcoming Tracy Lawrence film, Alabama Dirt. http://www.donicaknight.com 

    Madelyn Victoria grew up in Harlingen, TX performing in public for the first time, during a local Christmas Pageant, at age 5. She continued performing and singing throughout her youth, at local competitions and pageants, earning awards and recognition as one of the area’s top young performers. Madelyn auditioned to perform with the Radio Disney Superstars of Dallas, was selected, and opened for pop boy band sensation, The Jonas Brothers. She and her band have opened for some of the biggest names in country music, including Easton Corbin, Turnpike Troubadours, Tracy Lawrence, Kevin Fowler, Clay Walker, Josh Thompson, Dustin Lynch, Zac Brown Band, The Charlie Daniels Band, and more.


  • 01:00

    You have the power! to manifest your dreams and desires..

    in Motivation

    Join UIF founder and his guest rachel Lajoie as they discuss manifesting your dreams and desires onthe UI Radio.

    Rachel has been interested in healthy eating and exercise since a very young age, and even ran for NCAA in college. However, while earning her masters in astrophysics she developed a difficult relationship with food. This taught her to stop focusing on diet and exercise alone and start looking at well-being as a whole. Rachel now uses her passion for health and wellness to help women end cravings and emotional eating, naturally maintain their ideal body weight, and feel beautiful in their body!

    Check Rachel out at www.WholeLivingWellness.com

    Learn how to create and manifest your desires at unitedintentions.org!

  • 00:32

    HR Examiner Radio: Don Charlton, Founder and CEO, Jazz

    in Business

    Don Charlton is the founder and CEO of Jazz, a venture-backed performance recruiting platform that helps more than 3,000 employers optimize how and who they hire. Don blended his love of fine art with software engineering by earning a BFA in Design from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1999. Over a decade, he established himself as an award-winning interactive designer, software engineer and motivational public speaker. In 2009, Don launched Jazz as its sole founder, eventually growing the company into a multi-millon dollar venture and one of the region’s fastest growing businesses. Included in Entrepreneur Magazine’s list of “100 Brilliant Companies,” Jazz has been widely heralded as an innovative, essential product for businesses that need to hire. Every day, thousands of employers trust Jazz's innovative approach to hiring, including some of the worlds fastest-growing companies and both 2012 presidential campaigns. Don is dedicated to inspiring young minds from all communities to not just work for great companies, but rather each to build their own great company. Most recently, he was a Regional Finalist for the 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Competition, and Business Insider named him as one of the 25 most influential African-Americans in Technology.