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Having the ability to provide immediate first aid to yourself or others is an important aspect of individual and group self reliance. And the only way to really do this is to have some of the things you will need to provide that first aid on your person, in your vehicle, in your home or camp when the need arises. But what do you really need? if you could have an ambulance with you and all the gear that it would hold that would be great, but normally you will only have the ability to carry a few of the most needed and most likely to be used supplies. What should they be?
Caleb Causey is Head of Lone Star Medics here in Texas, and he and his sharp/dedicated crew have built a well respected company providing some of the best tactical and combat type medicine/first aid instruction in the state. Caleb will add his expertise and experience to the discussion tonight on what you really must have, what you can have and what would be nice to have in several different scenarios, for individual first aid kits (IFAK), group kits and medical bug out bags.
We will also be talking about some improvised first aid supplies you can get or use in cases where you can not get the stuff you should actually be using.
Hope to see you here tonight!
Eddie Speed, president of Colonial Financial and Note School, joins the broadcast to discuss the liquid and growing non-performing mortgage loan (NPL) secondary market. Eddie explains the benefits to both the seller and the buyer in transacting trades into the NPL secondary market.
For over 32 years, Eddie Speed has been a true leader and innovator in the Note Buying Industry. Already the recipient of the Note Industry Achievement Award, his industry insight, drive and leadership has positioned him as the leading expert on the greatest opportunity in today’s market: Non-Performing Notes and Seller Financing. His advice and guidance has created more successful note investors than anyone in the industry; it’s no wonder his advice is sought after by industry leaders, A-listed corporations and the industry’s top producers.
Helena Steiner-Hornsteyn talks World Changes, Individual Changes - Are They Connected?, How do I find the White Light? & answers questions from her mailbox. She will end the show with a meditation. Tune in.
For more information on Helena's classes, workshops or books visit: http://activale.com
Join your host, Talisha Miller and special guest Leslie Bishop-Joe for another episode of Transparency In Christ. Our topic this week is “I'm Lost in The Sauce: Marital Purpose vs Individual Purpose”.
I’ll be discussing with my sister in Christ how your individual purpose is impacted by your role as a wife.
Jesus is LORD!
Join your host Talisha Miller & a special guest every Friday night, as we have non-traditional conversations about marriage.
Your marriage can be transformed through the Word of God!
Leslie Bishop-Joe, Author
Essentials For Frontline Living
In this encore presentation, the topic is "Individual or Universal?"
Rev. Dr. Michael Likey is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Doctor of Theocentric Psychology Specializing in Scientific Prayer, Doctor of Divinity, Doctor of Philosophy Specializing in Mystical Research, Author of The Science of the Soul, and spiritual teacher. Visit Dr. Michael here: revdrmichaellikey.weebly.com
This is the second show of the 2014 Fall term for SED 582-Personal Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Dr. John Falk hosts the show and his guest is Dr. Martin Storksdieck. Dr. Storksdieck, the director of the Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning at OSU.
Tonight's guest will be Libertarian David Patterson who is running for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky against Republican Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes. David Patterson is a Police Officer with the town of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Patterson has been excluded from Senate Debates in Kentucky and now the ACLU has commented on the debates asking that all ballot qualified candidates be included. We'll be discussing all of this with Mr. Patterson on the show. Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, and Jeffry Sanford host this week. Don't miss it.
The Individual Mandate
Beginning in 2014, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires most individuals to obtain acceptable health insurance coverage for themselves and their family members or pay a penalty. Because this provision has the effect of “requiring” individuals to have coverage, it is often referred to as the “individual mandate.” Individuals may be eligible for an exemption from the penalty in certain circumstances.
On Jan. 30, 2013, the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Treasury issued two proposed rules relating to the individual mandate. These rules outline exemptions from the individual mandate, explain how the penalty will be computed and establish standards and procedures for designating certain coverage as constituting “minimum essential coverage.”
How Much Is the Penalty?
The penalty for not obtaining acceptable health insurance coverage will be phased in over a three-year period, and is the greater of two amounts—the “flat dollar amount” and “percentage of income amount.”
Matthew Byrne has made a career helping people find affordable health insurance. He is the founder of MyHealthQuoter.com, a Dublin-based brokerage providing health insurance for individuals, families and corporations. Mr. Byrne is a subject matter expert speaking frequently about Health Care Reform, Defined Contribution Programs, COBRA, and Medicare.
Contact: (614) 336-3636 or matt@MyHealthQuoter.com
The Research Rabbit Whole Radio Show with Cynthia Hamil will be holding a discussion with Ron Gillman - a targeted individual from the Seattle Washington area, discussing the Navy Yard Shooting Incident and the technologies that are being used on non-consensual human testing subjects in the United States and Globally.
This topic of discussion is going to discuss the pattern of electronic harassment - and how this technology could be used to target someone to commit a false flag operation such as a Manchurian Candidate type crime. The recent Navy Yard Shooting incident follows a pattern, particularly since the gunman reported being electronically harassed over 40 days prior to the incident. This show will analyze the many aspects of this type of targeting and how this could drive someone to commit such a crime.