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Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by August co-host Kathy Cousart. Today's show features an interview with artist Elizabeth Pollie. Elizabeth is a multi award-winning artist whose art exemplifies poetic realism. Join us for a very informative show!
in Self Help
On this week's radio show, my guest is Elizabeth Lesser, Co-Founder and Senior Adviser of Omega Institute. Omega is the United States' largest life-long learning center focusing on health, wellness, spirituality, creativity, and social change. Elizabeth will be sharing insights from her best-selling book, Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow.
The conversation begins Sunday at 11am EST on 88.7FM, WICR (Indianapolis area) and worldwide at richardbrendan.com
Be sure to visit www.eomega.org
Love Cohoe is Cohoes resident Elizabeth Gordon's debut collection of poetry. It's gritty and thought-provoking but also funny.
DJ and Sherry chat with author Elizabeth Sharp about her new book Skin Deep.
Being a teenager is hard. Being an overweight teenager is even harder.
Bethany Watson has tried to accept herself, but being either bullied or ignored by her peers leaves her feeling she has nothing to contribute. Worse, just as the feelings for her best friend begin to blossom into something else, another girl sets her eyes on him—someone she can’t compete with.
She discovers a host of problems bigger than her social life and waist size when she comes face to face with a creature hell bent on destroying anything that gets in its way. An unwilling recruit in the fight against the darkness, Bethany is torn between what is right and what is easy.
Tonight, the Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth gives us an insider's look at these topics:
Behind the release of Clinton Library papers
McConnell's plan - Accountable Govt., Responsible Spending
Twitter to be monitored under DARPA funded project - Feds creating database to track "Hate Speech" on Twitter.
OBAMA PUSHES FOR UN 'CLIMATE' RULES WITHOUT CONGRESS... White House defends move around 'dysfunction'...
Rubio and Amnesty
in Indie Music
Christina Elizabeth returns to chat about her life in Nashville and new single, "I Could Be" which is available on iTunes.
Christina is a BMI affiliated singer-songwriter and spends most of her songwriting during her travels to any location with a ocean, river or lake.
Much of the inspiration in her songs come from the sound of water and the beauty of nature.
Many would say she is a gypsy soul, free spirited and constantly traveling.
Did yesterday's primary race results in Michigan and Kansas send mixed messages? Is the Tea Party still viable?
A WSJ/NBC poll shows that seven in 10 adults blamed their dissatisfaction more on Washington leaders than on any deeper economic trends, and 79% expressed some level of dissatisfaction with the American political system.
What impact will this have in November? Some political commentators are saying "not much". First, because Americans voting behavior doesn't reflect their anger. It is far easier to indict an abstraction, i.e. Congress than it is their own representative, who many feel IS doing the job they were sent to Washington to do.
And secondly, unless you are someone with keen political interest and involvement in your local/national races, you simply don't bother to vote. Mid term turnout is expected to be low in November -- past averages have been only 40%.
Tonight we take a look at all of this with our Capitol Hill expert, the Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth.
The latest on the border crisis and whether Congress will get a bill thru before their upcoming month long August recess.
The Court said the four words in the law that mean what they say are: "established by the state":
If you bought insurance from an exchange NOT established by the state, then you aren't entitled to a federal subsidy.
36 states refused to set up state exchanges. However the IRS made a ruling that every exchange can offer a subsidy...Not just those "established by the state"
4.6 M Americans receive subsidies. Two of largest states That dole out OBamaCare subsidies are FL and TX. The Average subsidy is $269 per month going to OBamaCare recipients who signed up for insurance to help pay their premium. The obvious assumption is that Without the subsidy from the Feds people wouldn't have signed up. Health care would be too expensive, so they would have just paid the fine for not having insurance which is set at $95 first yr.
Elizabeth Letchworth has the details, the back story and her predictions.
The elections yesterday have left everyone buzzing. Tonight our Capitol Hill Insider Elizabeth Letchworth gives us her take on the runoff election in Mississippi, New York Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel's win, and other state results.
35,000 Dems Carried Thad to Victory?
Black vote used...
Flier 'that got Cochran elected'...
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