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Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils Lemon and Lavender have so many versatile uses that this show could actually be two hours long, but we are going to share with you the magic in a condensed version so you will have plenty of time to order these inexpensive and remarkable oils that can do more than you can possibly imagine. Make sure you have pen and paper with you to write down all the things they can do.
The holidays are coming up and Corporations are going to inundate us with advertising to buy their wares. But what do the corporations really do for us, besides selling us something we need or want? Where do the profits go? Do they pay their fair share of taxes? Our communities are suffering from cutbacks to our police and fire departments. Our schools…well let’s not even go there. We know they need help and funds to educate our young folks.
Meanwhile, some corporations as Rep George Miller put it…”They are renouncing their corporate citizenship to take advantage of tax havens in Ireland, Panama, Switzerland or the Cayman Islands. They’re turning Uncle Sam into Uncle Sucker.” Don’t they have a moral responsibility to support the communities in which they market their goods? They are even shipping our jobs overseas. Are we not supposed to be equal partners in the American Dream?
Join me and my special guest Kevin L. Nichols of the KLN Consulting Group, “Leading the legal Industry in Litigation, Diversity, & Business Development/Social Media Consulting”. He is also an officer in the Bay Area Black Professionals.
Obviously we are not talking about all corporations. But here is a thought. If the large corporations are leaving a vacuum in services and community involvement doesn’t that leave an opening for home grown businesses no matter their structure? We will take a look at Corporations and the American Consumer on this show. This is where you get real news and information. Join us.
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Dance With Bipolar is a talk-radio show that views bipolar disorder from a positive perspective with uplifting appeal. We have people from all over the county and world call in with questions that relate to bipolar disorder. Tonight we are introducing an awesome program called Consumer Connections. Consumer Connections is a nationally recognized program which recruits, trains, and supports consumers of mental health services working to become providers of mental health services. The program works with mental health providers in New Jersey to expand employment opportunities for consumer providers. Consumer Connections offers courses, which meet the educational requirements and lead to Certification as a Recovery Support Practitioner (CRSP) as well as Certification as a Co-occurring Disorders Professional (CCDP). For more information visit Mental Health Association New Jersey (MHANJ.org) Join Meg Dog (bipolar peer specialist) and Doc, (individual and family psychologist) invite you to make the connection with Consumer Connections.
GO STAND UPON THE ROCK (2014) is a deeply moving Civil War-era novel based on stories handed down by Sam Lemon's grandmother about the lives of her grandparents who were once runaway slaves from Virginia. It is a tale of unsettling plantation life, courageous women, dramatic Civil War battles, heroes, hoodoo, and the indomitable strength of the human spirit. The book is supported by historical and genealogical research, photographs, and documents from his doctoral dissertation. This is a compelling and emotionally engaging history that comes alive through the lives of real people and events.
Dr. Sam Lemon grew up in Media, Pennsylvania, where his maternal great-great grandparents arrived as runaway slaves during the Civil War. Given refuge and support by local Quakers, his ancestors prospered and became prominent members of the community. He is currently an assistant professor and the director of a graduate program at Neumann University in Pennsylvania, and formerly worked in the fields of social services, education, and public television at WHYY in Philadelphia.
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, November 24th at 7pm Eastern, as they welcome Richard Cheatham to discuss the Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Richard is a long time Liberty activist and started the first Libertarian Supper Club in the Richmond, Virginia area. He is also a historical actor and speaker. Highlights from the recent Midterm Elections will also be discussed. An interesting show for sure, that you won't want to miss.
Here are the links Richard Cheatham discussed with us on the show:
Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
Institute for Justice - Food Freedom Project
Baylen J. Linnekin
Keep Food Legal Foundation
3509 Connecticut Ave. NW, #1009
Washington, DC 20008
Weston A. Price Foundation
Joel Salatin's Polyface Farms
Va Independent Consumers & Farmers Association
Living History Associates, Ltd.
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Oh, there was another Envy McKee Show Pop Up Talk Show. Oh,yes. There was. We covered "two" things:
1) Don Lemon. Ugh. The fuckery that happens to be respectability politics.Charles Barkley speaking about how "unintelligence and unintelligent Black people be hating on successful Black people" to a white talk show host. Why a "light-skinned" "light-eyed" Black woman who also happens to be Republican thinks Black people are RACIST against her for her "lightness". No, not Stacy Dash. Oh, and why Van Jones was probably not thee best person to come to the conversation's defense.
2) Then we capped up with wealth consciousness-- If you haven't yet read A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron Gikandi, you can read it now by going here. For Freeeeeeeeeeee! http://digitalbankroll.com/go/happypocket/ahappypocketfullofmoney.pdf <~~ Spread the word. Blam!
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Every weekday we answer client complaints on The Daily Complaint to provide direction and resources for both the person complaining as well as other consumers experiencing similar issues whether it be mortgage fraud, loan servicing escrow issues, loan modification runarounds or denials, short sale refusals, deed in lieu negotiations and credit card debt collector abuses and fraud violations.
I routinely look for posts to answer in hopes that it will not only bring optimism to those homeowners and borrowers in distress but also some basic information to assist in fighting the banks that are "too big to fail" like Bank of America and Citi but yet don't appreciate the bailout that we provided in their time of need. The debt collectors like Ocwen and Nationstar are simply just piranhas but they can be beat at their own game too just like the big banks can be defeated.
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Both Hours: Sandy Berger. Sandy is our Consumer Electronics Expert Correspondent on Computer America. She talks about the latest technology gadgets and trends in the industry with us. Tonight's Topics include Phone 6 Plus and a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Yantouch's BlackDiamond+ bluetooth speaker that changes color. Also a Polaroid CUBE HD Action Camera. It's an interesting 1 1/2" colorful cube. Be there!
We talk with Mike Lemon and Melanie Forchetti of Mike Lemon Casting, one of Philadelphia's premier casting agencies. Mike started it almost 30 years ago and has only in the past couple of years, taken more of a hands-off approach. He's still got his hand in the game, but Melanie has been pretty much running things for the last 18 months or so.
Both started in the business as actors. Mike's experience was mostly in theater and Melanie had a production background. Both truly like actors and do their best to help them turn in a great audition. Mike, quite surprisingly, really did want to be a casting director when he grew up. It just took him a while to figure that out. He stumbled into casting, almost literally, and felt truly at home. He tells us his story of spiritual awakening, too, through his casting.
Melanie manages to work 20-hour days and still care for her very young kinds. Sounds impossible, but she does. Come here this fun, funny show.