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Look around. Are there any roaming in your neck of the woods? We can start with the "Responsible Republicans" aka GOPers, who refuse to call for impeachment. Any reason to say impeachment of whom? Then we'll bring the conversation back home, to the local level, to your neck of the Federal District woods.
This episode, with your help, we'll "turn the light on" these "Responsible Republicans". Will they stand and defend themselves with more than "rhetoric"? Or scurry to dark their hidden places?
Maybe you'll be surprised...maybe not and just maybe, you'll hear your name mentioned.
Side note: Here's a couple, three sites to whet your appetite and possibly turn your eyes red with anger (and maybe turn your stomach). Montana Floodlight and Bruce Tutvedt: Lobbyist or Legislator?
And here's a site we can use to turn the "floodlight" on them. http://www.rinolist.org/rinos/
Carol Sanford is the author of The Responsible Entrepreneur: Four Game-Changing Archetypes for Founders, Leaders and Impact Investors.
From her website:
Carol has been leading major consulting change efforts in both Fortune 500 and new-economy businesses for more than 30 years. Her client list includes long-terms relationships with Colgate Europe and Africa and DuPont Canada, US, Asia and Europe.
She also works with new-economy companies like Intel, Agilent and leaders of change such as Seventh Generation. Central to Carol's philosophy and approach is a reimagined look at what makes and organiztion truly responsible. "Its important to find out what differentiates your business and cannot be copied by competitor because they cannot be you; and then thinking about how to do business so that communities, societies, and ecology as a whole are improved. These are not separate interwoven pursuits. It's completely doable, and a conversation worth having.
And we'll have that conversation about our one competitive advantage, that none of us can copy. That's who we are as individuals - all of our strengths and values and legacies and and dreams. As Oscar Wilde said Be yourself. Everyone else is taken.
Everyone else is a commodity. Being them means you compete in commodity-hell. With the whole being greater than the sum of its parts, I wonder why corporate policies insist we leave ourselves, our best selves, at home.
We’ll talk with Carol. We’ll hear how responsible entrepreneurs mastered these archetypes, connected with buyers, changed an industry and transformed lives.
It may not be your responsibility to help every black woman you meet, but it would make you a responsible human being. It takes nothing to help someone. And us reaching each other as black women needs to be a movement. Like a contest. A prize for the woman who can change minds of as many girls as possible. We have to be responsible for our sisters. Why you say? The perception is "Birds of a feather flock together", and evidently they think we ducks b/c I'm tired of the quacking. RealTalkWillBeHad.
The situation in Ferguson, Missouri escalated Sunday night as police moved in on protesters hours before a state-imposed curfew was set to go into effect.
Police fired tear gas at protesters as some ran through the streets with their hands up, CBS 2’s Jessica Schneider reported. Video has also surfaced of protesters throwing items at police, Schneider reported.
The chaos comes on the same day Rev. Al Sharpton lead a peaceful rally in the town.
Addressing a congregation in Ferguson on Sunday,Rev. Sharpton blasted the release by police of a video purportedly showing Michael Brown robbing a store shortly before the unarmed man was shot and killed by a police officer.
On Food Men and Secrets--Chef Myron Norman confronts the Ferguson, Missouri shooting in a different light. In this powerful upcoming show Chef Myron uses his own history of street life to point out what many blacks tend to overlook.
From the police, the protests, the family and one fallen soul--Food Men and Secrets is prepared to say what most won't.
An interview with financial planner and author Tom Nowak on his developing strategy for investors to divest themselves of fossil fuel related securitiess. We previously spoke with Tom about his 2012 book, "Low Fee Socially Responsible Investing". The book and Tom have received a great response to his ideas and investing concepts around this strategy.
Let's find out how Tom is building portfolios that exclude a very popular category of publicly traded investments
Personal Finances Expert and Author, Dr. Taffy decides to dig in deep. Does having health insurance mean a person is financially responsible? Or does it mean some people got health insurance because it is "the law" and they can barely live? JOin Dr. Taffy as she discusses this "HOT" topic.
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Connie Jones, AGEM’s new director of responsible gaming, and Alan Feldman, board chairman of the National Center for Responsible Gaming, offer their insights into how far the gaming industry has come in its responsible gaming awareness efforts and about developments in research and treatment related to problem gambling.
Having grown up in the midwest we are always proud to share many of the regions undiscovered treasures. On today's show, World Footprints will explore two state capitols--Indianapolis, Indiana and Lansing, Michigan (Tonya's hometown).
Indianapolis is home to the world's largest and the fourth oldest children's museum. Kim Harm from the museum will take us on a tour and share how a children's museum can change a child's life in unimaginable ways. She will also talk about some of their exciting international exhibits, including China's Terra Cotta Warriors.
From its opening in 1879, the Michigan State Capitol Building has served as the gateway to the Mid-Michigan region. Bolding standing in the heart of Lansing--Michigan's capitol city--the Capitol Building draws more than 100,000 visitors annually. This beautiful landmark is one of only 13 Capitol buildings nationwide--including the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC--that have been designated as a National Historic Landmark. We will tour the Capitol Building and hear stories of this remarkable historic structure with the Michigan Capitol's chief story teller, Matt Van Acker.
Laurie Beth will share with author and blogger, Christian Piatt this week as he releases his #PostChristian book and begins a book tour to promote his message and desire to make a difference in the Church and in life.
As thousands walk away from the church, everyone is wondering: will faith survive the 21st century? Some see the end of morality, others a fitting demise to an oppressive institution. What is clear—is that Christianity as we know it is coming to an end. Fearless and provocative, postChristian offers a roadmap to the future of faith, beginning with an unflinching examination of the church today. Piatt examines the “seven scandals of Christianity”: pride, certainty, lust, greed, judgment, fear, and envy. Piatt writes that these vices have made Christianity “responsible for, or at least complicit in, some of the worst atrocities in history.” But he doesn’t advocate abandoning religion altogether, as he equally examines Christianity’s seven virtues—humility, faith, love, charity, mercy, courage, and justice.
Bold and insightful, postChristian dares Christians to break out of the box and invites outsiders into the fold as together they revolutionize faith for a postmodern world.
CHRISTIAN PIATT is an author, editor, speaker, musician and spoken word artist. Piatt has been featured on NPR's Morning Edition, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, and Sojourners.
Join the show this week or listen to the archive. Share. Keep the faith. Welcome to the show Christian Piatt!
Exposing the shooter of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17:
Is President Putin behind the scenes? Many people believe they know the answer.
United Airlines will be the first U.S. carrier to resume flights to Israel.
What do you think happened to MH17? Email your questioins, thoughts and theories to firstname.lastname@example.org.