SORT BY Relevancy
With homophobia, sexism, and racism all still relevant factors in today’s world, we often hear those who are being “victimized” (and their supporters) requesting equality. Well, today we will discuss “Equality” in its entirety and really get into what it means to be equal. Tonight we will discuss Jason Collins, the NBA player who recently announced that he is gay, as well as Michael Jordan’s new marriage and the state/terms of equality when it comes to gay and marriage/divorce rights.
in Self Help
Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the social effects of economic inequality, favoritism for the genetically engineered, the value of the Ten Commandments, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. Question 1: Is an egalitarian society a better society? Question 2: Once some children are genetically engineered, wouldn't discrimination against natural children be inevitable? Question 3: Are the Ten Commandments of value to an atheist? 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.
The politics of ethnic avoidance -- how elected officials of one ethnic group limit their policy activity that is acutely useful to that same one -- is today’s topic.
Much has been made of Barack Obama’s ascension to the presidency as a marker in American race relations. There were lurking questions among some of his conservative critics who argued that he would show favoritism to African Americans. Two generations ago, however, more than a few observers raised similar questions about another American ethnic, Senator John F. Kennedy, as he sought the presidency. Would Kennedy, as President, take orders from the Vatican? My guest today has recently published a book that compares these two historical presidential campaigns and offers some interesting thoughts on what they say about America. Robert C. Smith is Professor of Political Science at San Francisco State University and the author of numerous books and articles on various angles of American politics. His latest is John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama, and the Politics of Ethnic Incorporation and Avoidance.
in Self Help
Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, answered these questions:1) how to be more positive, 2) how to deal with Mother's guilt? 3) Best way to recover from depression caused by trauma? 4) Love husband but too dependent, 5) In trouble with relatives because of being Grandma's favorite.
October 16th marks National Boss's Day, so today we discuss: Can you, should you make friends with your boss? Since there’s probably a power difference – they can fire you – it makes this friendship a little stickier than most. Tune in!
Are you “friend enough” to handle this relationship? These friendships come with legal attachments, requirements and protocols. Favoritism, nepotism, keeping intellectual property private. Your friend/boss doesn't want to be sued if you have a fight; or blab secrets you’ve heard over cocktails. On the other hand, your boss can be the most empowering influence in your life. What to do?
Go to your A.T.M. We discuss the best approach when considering this friendship: Assess; Trust; Manage.
Using information from your ATM here’s a sample question we will answer during the show: What if you want a promotion and another colleague gets the position? How would you start that conversation with your boss / friend?
Can you, should you be friends with your employees? We discuss the other side too… using the same methods. Go to www.superfriendgroups.com for more information and to voice your opinion on this topic.
Join us at (347) 324-3200 and remember a great friend starts with you!
Images by: ThisIsRobsLive; Jim Frost from Sioux City both via Wikimedia Commons
Time Magazine’s cover story on parental favoritism got to me. I literally argued out loud with the author while reading. It seemed only fare to have him on the show so we could argue in person. Jeffrey Kluger, author of the new book The Sibling Effect: What the Bonds Among Brothers and Sisters Reveal About Us, and an editor and science reporter at Time, will be our guest to talk about siblings, favoritism, birth order, ideal spacing, and lots more. Birth Order, favoriti
(Please pardon a slight echo in this recording, because of the heat we held class in the basement hall).
Classes Conducted by Overseer-elect C. Mark Avery - Do not show favoritism - Find your own salvation - I Corinthians 1:10 - James 2:13 (Recorded at Greater Works Ministries on July 16, 2013). Weekly Dicipleship Training at Greater Works Ministries led by Overseer C. Mark Avery.
They said that jobs is hard to find ? -Brainwash
They write you up for petty things that is your fault? Control
Wonder why you not advance in your job? Maybe favoritism
These the things that some employees overlook and your employers taking advantage of them and you never know so join in and listen maybe this might be happening to you ...And some little history what might cause it all
Join Host Live Chats
- The Wacko Network (14 chatters)
- superdaveshow (5 chatters)
- The Road Less Traveled (3 chatters)
- Host Naimah Latif (3 chatters)
- psychicbrendabradshawshow3 (3 chatters)
- ReflectRadio (3 chatters)
- Law of Attraction Simplified (1 chatters)
- Old and Gray Sports Network (1 chatters)
- Thepackerbackers (1 chatters)
- CarltonBurgess (1 chatters)