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Let us refresh ourselves America, of the cost of a decade of wars. These wars are forever embedded for most Americans I know. I'll never forget the cost of a decade of wars. But a man one morning on "Alex Witt" MSNBC, said those who fought and died, will always remember this decade of wars. And here lies the problem. Corporations profited from wars many of which was no bid contracts. All Americans should always remember this past decade of wars. Top of the list should be the precious lost treasures, and the families whose loved ones never returned. Money was recorded as spent but no the record of how the money was spent was missing. Weapons were purchased and supposedly given to Iraq, but the weapons were reported as missing. These are thing to be remembered by the masses. Also in our remembrance we must enact actions to help those who fought, and their loved ones to overcome America's decade of wars as much as possible. We are not true patriots until those who fought and their families are compensated for their individual contributions to this nation. This nation masses pays prices today prospers because of true patriots who gave because it was the right thing to do for USA.
Join the AWN team this week on Army Wife Talk Radio for a conversation with embedded journalist Alex Quade. Alex is here to share her experiences of being embedded during war time.
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Guest: Kumaran Santhanam, CEO of Total Phase Host: Yvette Huygen, Director, Worldwide PR & Corporate Communications, Synopsys How has the environment changed for embedded design engineers in the past few years, and what can we do about it? Kumaran Santhanam shares his veteran perspective on how embedded design engineers can manage the complexity of a world in which systems have grown from thousands of lines of code to millions.
Galt Strike! Thursdays *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ Tom and Catman talk with Ed Cambpell from NobleMint.com about how to use fractional gold and silver to barter when the SHTF. Are precious metals a safe investment for an alternative currency? Inspired by Ayn Rand’s book Atlas Shrugged and the Character John Galt. Our goal is to teach and share every possible “Legal” method of reducing and eliminating our tax footprints thereby starving the banker oligarchies of the world. Mission: To share every idea possible to cut our production, expenses, and taxes to starve the banker oligarchy. Description: We will accomplish our goals by learning how to reduce our labor and expenses within the “looters and moochers” economy, and redirecting our efforts more towards our own “personal” economies (our own Galt’s Gultch). Tags: Galt Strike, Prepare, Self Reliance, Rights, Freedoms, Prepper Broadcasting Network
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When we are victimized we have a story about what happened to us that is replayed over and over and becomes embedded in the subconscious. We end up living our stories, identifying with them and re-creating them in our lives.
In this episode of Pandora's Box Kaleah will talk about how to create a new story, not from victimization but one based on spiritual empowerment.
9 am Wednesdays, host Rosanna Tufts
"Halloween Special: Pagan Fiction!" Authors from the Rev. George MacDonald to Phillip Pullman often know more about REAL magick than they dare let on -- yet children's books give them the perfect outlet for stories with actual metaphysical principles subtly embedded in them. Isis Nefer, founder of the Baltimore Pagans Meetup Group, re-acquaints us with some old favorites, and a few you might have missed!
A longing for a soulmate is embedded in us. Just looking at the prevelance of dating sites we can feel that ache in others and ourselves. But what IS a soulmate and how do we find ourselves in a relationship with one? In this broadcast, Jillian and Wayne Vriend share the story of how they met and their daily experience of being in a soulmate sacred union together. In this broadcast, Jillian and Wayne talk about how our soulmates are the deepest reflection of ourselves and that they are not found by propping up false versions of us, but doing the hard work of inner healing. By healing the wounded aspects, or parts, of ourselves, we get a clearer feeling of who we authentically are and will attract that energy into our life.
Wayne and Jillian also talk about why unconditional love and lifetime marriage vow commitments serve to deaden love, not enliven it; the tragedy of sexless marriage; and what codependence is in a relationship. They offer what men and woman can do individually to heal their way toward drawing a soulmate or deepening their current experience of one. You can read their love story on The Soulmate Experience website to feel what they experience as sacred romance..
Host Deardra Shuler invites playwright Greg Kalleres to talk about his play entitled “HONKY.” Through his comic production, Greg brings the issue of race to the forefront to explore the racism embedded within us all, whether in denial or not. Can a pill cure us all? Well we will see what Greg has to say about the play's hypothetical theory. Stay tuned on Sunday, October 27th at 3:00 pm to see if indeed its possible to discuss race and racism, facing issues that are not just black and white.
Greg Kalleres received his BFA from Tisch's Dramatic Writing Program at NYU. His plays have been produced in numerous cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Chicago and Beirut, Lebanon. Greg received the Certificate of Excellence from the Kennedy Center, is a two-time finalist for the Lila Acheson American Playwrights Program at Juilliard and a two-time finalist for Aurora Theatre Company's Global Age Project. His one-act plays have won top honors at the Samuel French Festival, Turnip Festival and Fusion Theatre One Act Play Festival. Greg's work has been published in the New York Times, TDF Stages Magazine, Cracked.com and United Stages' "Best of EATFest" Volumes 3 and 4. He has also been featured in African American newspapers.
His latest play, “WRECKED,” was commissioned by the Three Jennys Theater Company, recently secured $50,000 from the Speranza Foundation Lincoln City Fellowship. In addition to playwriting, Greg has written, produced and won numerous awards for his commercials for ESPN, Nike, Brand Jordan, Budweiser, Google and Twitter. Greg was the lead writer on the award winning "This is SportsCenter" campaign and created ESPN's Monday Night Football campaign: "Is it Monday Yet?" Greg's screenplay, LAST DAY MAN, was optioned by Evamere Entertainment.
Civil Rights Movement: Equality for all Americans?
Assassination of President John F Kennedy: Loss of innocence?
Million Man March: Atonement of Black men?
911: Reality check, hatred at home and abroad?
Occupy Wall Street Movement: We the People, Power?
Aurora Colorado: An innocent night. Movie and popcorn?
Sandy Hook: Innocence of our children?
Let's not forget. Shame on you if you have forgotten. These memories involves America's hurt, pain, charity, and faith. These are the kind of American memories that every American who lived these times will recall forever. These memories involves violence and these memories involves hope for better ways of life. We expect elected officials to hear the people, and to pass laws to protect all Americans. It is the responsibility of elected officials to enhance the safety of the masses. How? Good Gun Sense?
This week, we'll go back to 2011 for an interview with one of the better reports from an embed this decade. For those who listened to All Things Considered on NPR in 2011, you caught an outstanding series on the 3rd Battalion 5th Marines – the Darkhorse Battalion — the Marine unit that suffered the highest casualty rate of any Marine unit during the 10-year Afghan war.
Our guest for the full hour is the journalist who brought the American people that story - Tom Bowman, NPR National Desk reporter covering the Pentagon.
In his current role, Bowman has traveled to Iraq and Afghanistan often for month-long visits and embedded with U.S. Marines and soldiers.
Before coming to NPR in April 2006, Bowman spent nine years as a Pentagon reporter at The Baltimore Sun. Altogether he was at The Sun for nearly two decades, covering the Maryland Statehouse, the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Naval Academy, and the National Security Agency (NSA).
Richard had a near-death experience in 1986 while in his 50's, when he was in a plane crash.. Since that experience he has changed his views about religion..Richard was sitting in the pilots seat on a two seater airplane.. It was a very hot day..They hit a wind shear, and headed straight down, doing a nose dive into a field.. He had a bird's eye view of the earth coming quickly up to him, which is forever embedded in his mind... Jeff Spencer has had three near death experiences in this life.Jeff Spencer has learned that an experience like this is a wake up call to the individual. And that there is so much more to be had by this experience. For the Kingdom of Heaven is within each one of us and that we all can tap into this by seeking the truth from within Peggy Spencer has had three NDE's,the last one during a routine surgery.She currents has a book out that helps people who are stuck in their experience and can not move on in their lives. It is titled:"Spirituality 101; A Primer on the Akashic Records & the Spiritual, Mental, Emotional, & Physical Bodies". It is available on Amazon
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