Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

  • 01:01

    Open Up To Your Intuitive Voice with Psychic/Intuitive & Author Eloise Hill!

    in Self Help

    (This show has been pre-recorded) 


    Listen in as Eloise will talk about how to best hone your intuition as well as how to properly use, and not use, Oracles such as the Tarot to enhance your decision making as you walk your life path!

    Eloise Hill is a nurse, writer, and a psychic with over 30 years experience doing intuitive readings and working with the tarot. She works with clients all over the world. She is clairaudient, clairvoyant, and clairsentient, meaning information comes to her through various mediums: sometimes as a voice, sometimes as a mental picture or symbol and sometimes as a gut feeling.

    She has been aware of these abilities since childhood and has, through a series of synchronistic events, encountered master teachers who recognized her abilities and helped hone her intuitive gifts—including the late spirit medium, Karen Lundegaard, P.H.D. Her aim is to assist people in creating clarity and self-empowerment and in reconnecting to their own spiritual path and hero's journey.  She is the author of two books in the Eileen McGrath Tarot Series; The Eight of Pentacles and The Queen of the Barely Moon.    


    You can learn more about Eloise at:  http://www.eloisehill.com/Welcome.html

  • 01:06

    Libertarian Problems and also ACA subsidies

    in Politics Progressive

    On the April 23, 2015 episode of Liberal Dan Radio: 


    Yesterday was Earth Day. To celebrate it I had shared a picture on my facebook wall saying "Happy Libertarian Earth Day" with a picture of a sunken ship and pollution everywhere. This caused a big debate. On many issues I do believe Libertarians have it right (mostly because they agree with liberals). However, in some areas their line of reasoning is flawed and even damaging. Can the invisible hand effectively stop pollution? Does the non aggression principal allow for government regulation?


    In the second half I will be discussing King V Burwell. Arguments were made in March to the Supreme Court. I will have on as a guest Todd Haley who was able to get affordable health coverage under the ACA and whose case was brought up by Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Public Policy. Mr. Haley would lose affordable coverage and would be adversely effected by a ruling against subsidies on exchanges that are federally run. 


    Those topics, headlines, tweet of the week, and more on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right at 8pm Central on Blog Talk Radio. 


    Remember, you can always support the show by contributing to the Liberal Dan Radio Go Fund Me page. 


    Finally, if you are listening after the live broadcast you can always leave comments at LiberalDan.com. 

  • 01:10

    Dayna Steele, David Traub, Eduardo Braun, Jeff Small, Susan Dentzer, King v. Burwell Case

    in Business

    Eduardo Braun has met with the world's greatest political and business leaders and now travels the world to share their insights on Leadership. Co-founder and Director of the World Business Forum Group -the first global multimedia management company. He is now a keynote speaker.


    Jeff Small President of Arbor Financial  Assisting Retirees Beyond Ordinary Results, is not just an appropriate acronym for his rising firm but rather an economic philosophy based on years of industry & market experience. He is dedicated to providing his clients and the public with an array of diverse financial products and services, 


    David Traub The Sales Strategist is a 2 time best selling author on Sales and selling and has co-authored a 3rd marketing book. He’s been a top producing front line sales pro for over 20 years and even today while coaching on sales skills, he still spends most of his time every day engaging in real front-line sales conversations with prospects and customers


    Dayna Steele YourDailySuccessTip.com CEO. She is an inspiring keynote speaker and entertaining corporate emcee. She’s been called a pep talk from the deejay booth, much-needed business sense disguised as a rock show, and a woman with ridiculously sane advice. ABC News says Her philosophy is good old-fashioned success advice from rock and roll 


    Susan Dentzer Senior Policy Adviser to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and one of the nation’s most respected health care journalists and thought leaders. She is an on-air analyst on health issues with the PBS NewsHour and a commentator for National Public Radio.She is an elected member of the Institute of Medicine and the IOM’s Board on Population Health

  • 00:48

    Spiritual Growth Tools on the Radio with Eloise Ansell

    in Entertainment

    Spiritual Growth Tools on the Radio has a variety of guests to help you to better understand the blocks that are holding you back, the show aims to entertain, inform and offer a different perspective to the issues that you are faced with. We hope you will join us on the journey! 


    Eloise Ansell is back, this time talking about Mindscape, a BodyTalk technique, and how intuition can help you in any area of your life. We discuss the battle between the left and the right brain and how our brains are capable of outstanding feats. 


    If you would like to hear about a tool that can really help you to find answers to issues that present in your life, then listen as we discuss Mindscape and intuition. 


    Brought to you by Spiritual Growth Tools


     

  • 01:01

    Hillary Clinton's Emails: Scandalous - Or Mere Distraction?

    in Politics Progressive

    Hillary Clinton used a private email account for her correspondence while she was Secretary of State -- a practice that violates the Federal Records Act of 2014. But didn't she leave office in 2012? And why isn't Colin Powell being criticized for the same practice? At any rate, Hillary gave a rousing speech last night at an EMILY's List event -- and barely gave it a mention (disappointing not-100%-left leaning MSNBC, which broke away from it when it was clear she wasn't going to address the issue). MOMocrats Karoli, Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills also talk about Bibi's speech to Congress and King vs. Burwell, the latest Supreme Court challenge to Obamacare.

  • 01:01

    Dave Johnson & JoanMcCarter Virtually Speaking Sundays

    in Politics Progressive

    Which lies really matter, Brian WIlliams' or Dick Cheney's? GOP governors and Medicaid expansion encapsulated in King v Burwell and the tension in the party between doing as the Koch's command and what their constituents need.


    Joan McCarter — Senior Political Writer and regular front page contributor to Daily Kos. Joan writes about national legislative developments.  Follow @joanmccarter
    Dave Johnson — Fellow with Campaign for America's Future and Senior Fellow with Renew California. Read Dave at Seeing the Forest,  Campaign for America's Future and Alternet. Follow @DCJohnson


    VIrtually Speaking Sundays offers an alternative to the Sunday morning talk shows, drawing from a panel composed of prominent members of the liberal blogosphere


     


     


     

  • 00:51

    Children’s picture book ELLA by Mallory Kasdan

    in Moms and Family

    For fans of Kay Thompson’s Eloise comes a brilliant parody updated for the tiny hipsters of Brooklyn, Austin, Portland, and beyond. Like its predecessor, ELLA by Mallory Kasdan and illustrated by Marcos Chin, tells the story of a spunky six year-old girl who lives in a hotel—but if you think you know the story, think again. Ella has a nanny called Manny. He has tattoos for sleeves and he might go in with some guys to buy a grilled cheese truck.


    Mallory Kasdan is a writer and voice actor. She writes about parenting and culture and does voice-overs for television and radio.


    Join Mallory and me on Tuesday, February 17, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss about ELLA, which was published by Viking Children’s Books in January of 2015. 

  • 00:59

    The Private Sector Comes Through Again! Jobs, ACA, Speeches And Roads

    in Politics Conservative

    What a nice Jobs Report. Not perfect, but nice. It has a lot of what I look for. Besides job growth, we had signs of less discouragement as 350,000+ people began looking for work again. This led to an uptick in the unemployment rate, but for all the right reasons. That being said, there still reason to raise an eyebrow (or two), but overall, it was a third month in a row of encouraging news.


    Obamacare is under attack. We will look at this upcoming Supreme Court Case, King v Burwell. What will happen this time? Will Roberts jump ship again? Will it be Kennedy this time. I'll tell you why Obamacare opponents should not get their hopes up. The intent of congress will rule this ruling.


    And back to Netanyahu .... As the Grinch said about Christmas, maybe this speech isn't just a speech. Maybe this speech is a little bit more. I wonder which story will have more staying power .... Brian Williams foggy memory or the Netanyahu uproar. In any case, there is now backlash to the backlash and we will talk about it.


    And in that same region, John Kerry says we are 'on the road' to defeating ISIS. I think the Allstate Mayhem dude keeps re-calculating Kerry's GPS. What road is Kerry talking about? Has that road even been built yet? I wonder.


    All this and more Monday night at 8pm EST ..... Come jump into my pond.

  • 01:00

    Writing is Therapy and Empowering is a Passion

    in Poetry

    Kim Burwell Lynn, the entrepreneur, the wife, the mother and the grandmother has set her sights on writing poetry which has been found to be very therapeutic for her and empowering others to follow their dreams and reach for their goals. Kim has authored a book of poetry called "Evolution of a Woman" and is working on her next book. Kim is a spiritual woman and while giving her heart and soul to the lord, she also wear many different hats as the entreprenuer that she has become.

  • 00:14

    In the Arena: Eloise Mumford of 'Drones' and 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

    in Movies

    Eloise Mumford is a star on the rise with a major role in next year's Fifty Shades of Grey. She stops by Cinema Royale to chat about her new film, the military drama Drones, and also talks about her experience as part of the 'Fifty Shades' phenomenon.

  • 02:05

    ELOISE LAWS - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2014 - 7pm PST- DJ MR WILL

    in Music

     Eloise Laws - Exclusive Interview - Tuesday, July 15, 2014 - 7pm PST


    ELOISE LAWS 


    The incomparable world-renown, award-winning vocalist and Broadway actress Eloise Laws reveals her new CD, Secrets, and she delivers her unique style and versatility straight from the heart. 


    Ms. Laws’ distinctive vocal expressions can be heard on several classic Capital, Liberty and ABC recordings, produced by such luminaries as Ronnie Laws, Holland-Dozier-Holland, Linda Creed and Andre Fisher (Secrets). Never one to rest on her laurels, Ms. Laws continues to perform at music festivals, including, the Playboy Jazz Festival, the Long Beach Jazz Festival, among many others. She has won the prestigious Cherry Blossom Award from the Tokyo Music Festival and headlined the 94.7 The Wave Presents Jazz By the Bay at the Queen Mary series to record-breaking, sold-out audiences.  


    Most recently, Ms. Laws performed with Laws Family--consisting of herself and sister
    Debra Laws on vocals, with brother Ronnie Laws and his son, Jaman Laws on saxophones—headlining at The Cotton Club, Japan, the star-studded Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage Cruise, 2007 On Board Royal Caribbean’s “Freedom of the Seas” and the prestigious Atlanta Jazz Festival.


    Ms. Laws is an original lead cast member and co-writer of the highly successful Tony-nominated play It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues, which had its world premiere at the Denver Center Theatre Company.  Opening on Broadway with great bravado at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theatre, it garnered four Tony nominations, and Ms. Laws received a Drama Desk Nomination for Best Actress in a Musical.  She also received a coveted Helen Hayes Nomination for her performance at the Kennedy Center, and she continues to receive critical acclaim performing with The Blues cross-country.