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"I never expected to go to Washington. Heck, for the most part I never even wanted to go. But I’m here to fight for something that I believe is worth absolutely everything: to give each one of our kids a fighting chance to build a future full of promise and discovery." Elizabeth Warren
Elizabeth Borton @writetargetat Lunch with @DriveThruHR with @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy
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Rebroadcast - Sister Jenna interviews Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo on the America Meditating Radio Show!
“Most of us are better at identifying things we don't like about ourselves or things we should do better, rather than the good things. Challenge yourself to identify at least one thing you appreciate in yourself, each day. After all, the happier you are, the more likely people in your life will be happier, too.” – Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo
Author Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo is a clinical psychologist and physical therapist who has helped hundreds of clients achieve and exceed their physical and personal goals. For over a decade she’s specialized in working with people who have chronic illness and pain. She is a highly sought-after speaker and media consultant who has been honored by giving a prestigious TEDx talk.
Dr. Lombardo is frequently interviewed by today’s top media outlets including Forbes, Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, USA Today, CNN and National Public Radio. She has made multiple appearances on The Today Show. Her book, “A Happy You: Your Ultimate Prescription for Happiness” is a national bestseller. Shaquille O’Neal says, “Dr. Lombardo is my head coach for happiness.” Visit her website at www.AHappyYou.com. Watch her TEDx talk on The Science of Happiness.
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House Speaker John Boehner invites Israeli PM Netanyahu to speak before a joint session on February 11. The White House was not informed until the invitation was extended to Netanyahu and accepted. The West Wing's nose is out of joint. Boehner showing some inflated (foot) balls?
Elizabeth Letchworth, our Capitol Hill insider, gives us her take on that and last night's State of the Union..
Tonight we focus on one of the early feminists, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, as the anniversay of her birth fast approaches. Sally Roesch Wagner is back with us to tell us in detail about the life of this courageous suffragette on the front lines of herstory battling for women's rights! Sally is the Founding Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation and Adjunct Faculty at the Renee Crown University Honors Program at Syracuse University.
Tonight our Capitol Hill Insider, the Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth, gives us a look at the backstories behind the House Speaker vote the kept Boehner in the leadership, and legislation that is being filed this week in the House. Also, Sen. Mitch McConnell takes over as Majority Leader in the Senate. The behind the scenes story in both Chambers -- tonight, with the first woman ever elected to serve as the Secretary for the Majority (under then Maj. Leader Bob Dole).
Mary Elizabeth Thunder (website)(facebook)
-Peace Elder-Spiritual Leader-
See Thunder's full bio here
In 2005, Mary Elizabeth Thunder was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, as part of 1,000 Women of Peace. The nominated women commit themselves daily to the cause of peace and justice, often under the most difficult circumstances. They call for reconciliation and organize peace negotiations, they rebuild what has been destroyed in villages and cities, they fight against poverty and create new sources of income. They struggle for access to clean water, land and other resources. They care for those infected with HIV and give war orphans a home. They denounce violations of human rights and publicly condemn all forms of torture. They silently protest in public places and seek solutions to all forms of aggression.
They work in their own villages and regions, in organizations and universities. Some are members of their governments or are active on the international scene. To be nominated they had to fulfill stringent criteria, such as: sustain ability of their work, integrity, the inclusion of all parties to a conflict, or being part of a wide network. The 1000 women are leaders, they are beacons of hope for all people, they are demanding and do not give up