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Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say each Monday to Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Horace Cooper, with the National Center for Public Policy Research and co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board, joins the show to discuss the Supreme Courts latest decision.
Minnesota wrestling legend Horace the Psycopath joins Turnbuckle for the first ever time. He's been one of the biggest stars of the Minnesota independent circuit for over two decades. He's faced and has teamed with some of the biggest names in the buisness. Regardless if he was being cheered or booed on a given night, he was always giving the fans their money's worth. Make sure you join us to hear more about this great wrestler out of the wrestling rich state of Minnesota.
in Self Help
The Journey of Personal Development & Spiritual Growth with Katie Cox aka “Seeker” on June 24, 2014 at 8pm ET. Have you ever wonder how to deal with the stresses of daily life? What do you do when chaos is mixed in? Katie will help answer the above answers by revealing her secrets she learned by juggling career and being a single mother of children with special needs. And discover what Lifebook is.
Katie Cox is an authentic individual with a zest for life. She is known by many to be a “Seeker”. She has been on a journey of personal development and spiritual growth for 25 years. Her business experience includes teaching, training, administrative roles, client services, sales and marketing. She has a gift for deeply connecting with people of all ages and all walks of life. Katie also has over 20 years of parenting experience including many years as a single parent of children with special needs. Last year she became a Certified Lifebook Leader. Katie facilitates small groups, in Lifebook’s Chicago North Shore Chapter, where people are empowered to discover, document and achieve their very best life. To reach her
Lifebook’s free Intra-spect Assessment: http://mylifebook.com/url/assessment-northshore
To reach the host www.pamelacummins.com
Recently there's been a wave of statues being donated to public entites that celebrate the worshiping of satan and the demonic realm. Many statues depict these figures with the most vulnerable of our society, which are the children. However, there's a surge of new cartoons beyond the famed Veggie Tales that are embarking a fight to counteract this type of targeting.
Journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews visionary and animator Horace Christian, Jr the creator behind the new Christian children's cartoon series Dex Davis.
Come Join us this Saturday, June 28, 2014 as Pastor/Coach Horace reveals the formula for Building A Winning Circle. This show will empower the listener on how to connect and interact with people; who God has ordained to inspire and motivate us to live a Peaceful, Purposeful, Prosperous life style.
Hosted by: Author/Minister Harriet P. Harrison
Ministry & Call to Victory Book Website: www.empowerwomen4greatness.net
Women's Network Business: www.emwomenglobalnetwork.net
This is a re-broadcast of an interview of Horace Butler, the renowned author of the book, When Rocks Cry Out. This interview originally aired on Inner Light Radio on April 1, 2014 in preparation for Mr. Butler’s first live lecture in eight years on, April 06, 2014. Details are on the event flier posted to this episode and linked above. Mr. Butler has done groundbreaking work connecting the Americas, northeast Africa, southern Africa, and west Africa with the stone and papyrus records of the empire of Ancient Egypt (KMT) and with the Old and New Testaments of the Christtian Bible and Hebrew Torah.
The interview was recorded by Cree as she listened to the broadcast live. However, the first 3 minutes are missing. The audio begins with Mr. Butler saying, “One of them [a well-known Christian minister in the Dallas, TX area] came to me and said, “You have it. I see it. But, I don’t have the heart to tell them.”
This interview is rebroadcast with the expressed written permission of Horace Butler and Inner Light Radio. However, neither Mr. Butler, the publisher or distributor of Mr. Butler’s book, Inner Light Radio, any of Inner Light Radio’s staff, representatives or other individuals so associated ,nor of any organization or individual promoting any of Mr. Butler’s lectures endorse any of the opinions expressed during other broadcasts on this page, CREE radio.
Born in Norfolk, England, Dina Cox developed a deep love for live theater when she went to see her first musical, "The Gingerbread Man" in London. By age 11, she had done her first play and that led to work in voice over, independent film, and television. Three decades later she is now working hard with her fifth and current band called Man-Wray, which is an ensemble of amazing talent, some members coming from well-known Socal punk bands such as Circle One and The Gears.
Having been raised in a violent home and having knocked on death's doors more than her fair share over the years, Dina has turned her adversities into positive experiences through poetry-writing, intuitive counseling, and is also a certified Stress Management and Master Spirit Life Coach.
Dina believes that you can't change or forget where you come from, but you can tap into your life experiences to help other people. You are never alone.
in Rock Music
Gods Unwanted Children, the new single from the band The Order Of Elijah. We talk with Guitarist Brian Cox and Vocalist Shannon Low about the new album War at Heart. We will dig deep and find out just what it is this new single is all about.
Diane Cox is a native Georgian, but has lived all over the country. She is an entrepreneur and has always harbored a secret desire to write since high school, but somehow the words didn't come.
All the women in her family have always loved to drop off the main road and pursue some unpaved track (pig trail, as they call them in Georgia) to look for the undiscovered.
One day Diane realized that when she didn't find excitement on those side roads, she could create an imaginary world to satisfy that need.
She has been writing for six years, and has won a third prize for short story fiction from the Atlanta Writers Club.
Typewriter from Hell came alive in her mind and demanded to be published, although Diane has completed a first novel and is working on a second.
Diane hopes to continue to offer surprises to her readers and looks forward to building a fan base.
Resources mentioned during the show:
How to create perfect posts for the most popular social platforms (infographic)
Using neuroscience for blogs
8 powerful takeaways from eye-tracking studies
Speakers and writers: You don't want to miss this opportunity to hear from Michelle Cox as she shares how she went from a simple idea to blogs, movies, songs, and more! Just listen in on your computers and then call in with questions when we announce the phone lines are open. You could win a free book!
Michelle is a speaker and the author of seven books, including her most recent, Just 18 Summers(R), a novel co-written with Rene Gutteridge. She has written for FoxNews.com, is a contributing writer for WHOA Magazine for Women and Leading Hearts Magazine, does interviews and writes movie reviews for ChristianCinema.com, has written for Focus on the Family, Product Concept, and many other groups, and writes a weekly food column for the blog hosted by Fox News Personality Todd Starnes. Michelle has been on faculty for many conferences, has designed book trailers for Tentmaker’s Entertainment, and has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs, including Hannity, The Harvest Show, and Focus on the Family.
You can find out more about Michelle at her Just 18 Summers website: www.Just18Summers.com.