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In Capitalism, selling is a fact of life. And then someone mentions “conscience.” Consider… Is conscience in selling possible? To what degree? Do the parties have opposing aims? Because the whole idea behind selling is to get someone else’s money (without a gun). And we all know, sometimes when money is involved, the voice of conscience gets a little weak… And there are a lot of opportunities to weight the scales… To recommend more - or “load&rd
Is liberty or democracy the primary constitutional value? At a time when Americans are increasingly facing violations of their civil liberties, Cato Institute’s Timothy Sandefur shares his new book, “The Conscience of the Constitution”, and explains “The REALLY, Real, Deal” why the Declaration of Independence, with its doctrines on the primacy of liberty, the natural rights of man, and the limits on legitimate government, should serve as the guidepost for understanding the Constitution. The Conscience of the Constitution: The Declaration of Independence and the Right to Liberty, available now at http://www.amazon.com/The-Conscience-Constitution, argues that modern legal doctrines, which value democracy over liberty, are endangering individual rights and corrupting our civic institutions. Join “Brother Craig” and Timothy Sandefur for this insightful conversation, live or on-demand, and share it with a friend.
Dr. Todd Allen has been part of the communications department at Geneva College for 23 years. In addition, he leads an annual 'Returning to the Roots of the Civil Rights Tour' and has written and taught extensively on that movement. Dr. Allen is currently in transition to Grove City College, where he will once again teach communications as he has at Geneva College. Dr. Allen joins Karla and John today to discuss the tour, Karla's own experience on the tour, his transition after two decades at Geneva College, teaching communications and anything else that may come up that's important. Oh yes, Dr. Allen is also the first nominee for the 2015 class of CUBM Urban Heroes.
(Aired March 12th but due to audio problems-new interview)
Gary Skogen’s tour in Vietnam (1971–72) was the best year of his life. Living with fellow CID investigators in an isolated hooch overlooking the South China Sea at the U.S. base at Chu Lai, Skogen enforced military drug laws during his working hours and yet managed to pursue a life of perfect hedonism—far from the farm life in southwestern North Dakota where he grew up. With unlimited access to cheap beer, a wide variety of compliant Vietnamese women, and a jeep he had somehow commandeered, Skogen perfected his criminal investigative skills at a time when U.S. troop morale had reached its nadir.
This unconventional, unheroic, and unapologetic book is not a typical Vietnam memoir. Together with 80 percent of the two million men and women who served in Vietnam, Skogen spent his time behind the scenes at a large support base. He did not slog on midnight patrols through Viet Cong tunnels or rice paddies studded with booby traps. He spent his year investigating the men who endangered the lives of their fellow soldiers by giving themselves over to unrestrained drug use.
Skogen’s gritty narrative proves that some whose names are incised on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall died in less than heroic circumstances. Backed by impeccable research in the files of the National Archives and Records Administration, this unromanticized account reveals the sordidness of the war in its late phases, and questions the validity of seeing all Vietnam veterans as victims. NOT ALL HEROES-An Unapologetic Memoir of The Veitnam War, 1971-72-Gary Skogen
Talking With Heroes presents a special show with the non-profit organization One Warrior Won, a project to bring attention to the soldiers who served in combat, and to help them become whole again. We speak with decorated veteran Richard Brewer, founder of One Warrior One. Your co-hosts are veteran G. Mark LaFrancis and Jim Bob Allgood, founders of Home With Heroes Foundation Inc.
The Center for Urban Biblical Ministry has been educating adults in the Pittsburgh area in partnership with Geneva College since 1988. Since 1998, Karla Byrd has been the CUBM director, guiding the program through rough waters to calm seas. She has also been instrumental in founding the Pittsburgh Urban Heroes Program, and was recognized as an urban hero herself. Today John Stanko, the show's co-host, interviews Karla to talk about life, CUBM, what it takes to be an urban hero and the state of CUBM and adult education in general in the 21st century.
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It's getting closer and closer to the huge Heroes and Legends 3 show in Ft. Wayne, IN. Turnbuckle Turmoil will be bringing you some members of the company to help preview things. They have legends such as Bobby Heenan, Scotty 2 Hotty, Marty Janetty, and Bushwhacker Luke in place as well as the heroes such as Dru Skillz, Troy Miller, Eli McFly, and Kharn Alexander. The crowd response to the first two shows was incredible and #3 looks to be the same. Make sure you get the latest info for this
Adam and Jake discuss the best heroes and villains of all time. Spanning movies, comics, and video games. The duo geek out over the head to head competition between Captain America 3 and Superman vs Batman. They also make some predictions on The Walking Dead season 4 finale.
How are HGTV's 'Cousins Undercover' John and Anthony making a difference? Tune in.
On this week's episode, we're celebrating the unsung hometown heroes with John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino from HGTV's 'Kitchen Cousins' and 'Cousins Undercover.'
From Cousins Undercover’s massive makeover to working with Ellen to the little things that make a house a home, John and Anthony talk about building, inspiration, and life’s home improvement projects. And John and Anthony share how they are on a mission to help trend making a difference in every community across the country.
John takes us behind-the-scenes of building a new home with his new wife Jenn, and how they work together to make those decisions about home, big and small. Anthony shares his passion for riding his motorcycle and a sub-zero temperature adventure with his cousin made a difference in his outlook.
From giving back to not giving in, it’s all about what we make of our lives.
Host GARY HOLT welcomes Cowboy and Singer BRENN HILL to this weeks Campfire Cafe'. We'll talk about the cowboy life, family and music and preview his latest CD "Ode to Selway".
LEXI PETERS, CEO of Hooves for Heroes will share their mission of using the relationship with horses and people, for healing America's returning heroes and children with special needs.
SHANNON SCHRAUFNAGEL with Horse Trails & Camping Across America joins us this week to share interesting and amusing "Tales from the Trails".
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