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Marty McConnell lives in Chicago, Illinois where she works as a fundraiser for a youth and family center.
She received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, and her work has recently appeared in Triquarterly, Gulf Coast, Indiana Review, Crab Orchard, and is forthcoming in Southern Humanities Review and Best American Poetry 2014. Her first full-length collection, “wine for a shotgun,” was published in 2012 by EM Press.
Today I'll be talking with Peter Waldron about the ongoing Staffergate scandal, including the consequences of Kent Sorenson pleading guilty and Mitch McConnell campaign manager Jessie Benton resigning.
According to CEO of Encore Transitions, Rachel Berg, while change is an event, transition is a three-step emotional and intellectual re-orientation to that change. Rachel says that one of her best moments was born from failure. "What I learned was business functions on principles as concrete as gravity and enthusiasm must be paired with structure for success toa ctually create change in the world."
Host Linda Lombardo and guest Rachel McConnell Berg will debunk the myths and urban legends about the transition from corporate to entrepreneurship and share practical, actionable tips for those who are yearning to create a different working structure for themselves.
No matter how you look at it, it's a hero's journey.
Guest, Patricia McConnell, speaker at this years SPARCS Conference in Newport, RI (www.caninescience.info). Today, host Julie Forbes and Patricia McConnell talk about reading your dog's body language, social hierarchy and the real meaning of "dominance" and what role it plays in your relationship with your dog.
Dr. McConnell believes too much meaning is put on the role of dominance in relationships and that the word itself is misunderstood. Also a mistake, she believes, to use dominance as an explanation for why your dog doesn't come when called, or perform other training tasks.
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Lori McConnell is the Founder and CEO of the Endeleo Consulting Company, LLC, specializing in coaching, facilitation, mediation, team building, strategic planning and organization development. She has worked with community and faith-based organizations in developing caregiver workshops, building strategic plans for local businesses, and sponsoring youth ministries. She is also the founder of the Conscious Collective, a global online community which seeks to uplift and unify all people in the realm of truth and higher consciousness. Her vision is to remind others of our collective humanity in building a better world.
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Belfast pastor James McConnell denouces Islam
*Video* Belfast pastor James McConnell denounces Islam as the devil’s doctrine at Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle church sermon
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Congress College airs twice weekly to update you on the latest from Capitol Hill and DC. The show hose, Elizabeth Letchworth, is the only woman to date to be elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Sec. for the Majority for the GOP. Elizabeth speaks fluent DC and will help you break down the code talk that comes out of DC. All shows are archived on GradeGov.com under the radio tab
The Tuskegee Airmen is a group of African-American pilots who fought in World War II. Formally, they formed the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bombardment Group of the United States Army Air Corps. Today join us as Lillia DePass chats with Walt McConnell about the history and the efforts to keep the legacy going in the present about the Tuskegee Airmen. A True American hero!
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Join our Guest Matt Bevin, host Rober Jetter, Jr. and panelists Conservative Activis Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, and author and Constitutional expert Kelly Mordecai, along with Bards Logic contributor Dan Gray editor of Operation American Spring and former columnist of the Washington Times. Join our Round Table Discussion.
Bards Logic interviews Mitch McConnell's Senate Primary Conservative Challenger Matt Bevin.
From his website: Matt Bevin grew up in a financially humble home, built on a bedrock of strong Christian values. He is running for the U.S. Senate because he believes that the chance for future generations to achieve their own American Dream is in danger of being destroyed by elite politicians out of touch with the hardworking, independent-minded taxpayers that make our country great.
He attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia with a four-year ROTC scholarship. Upon graduation in 1989, Matt was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain. He spent four years on active duty with primary responsibilities as the 5th Mechanized Infantry Division Artillery’s counterfire officer.
Matt is a firm believer in this country’s founding ideals: Individual liberty, limited government, and constitutional principles. He is a job creator who believes American taxpayers deserve more than the failed policies of recent decades – more than the repeated bailouts, tax increases, amnesty, automatic debt-limit increases, congressional pay raises, and backdoor special-interest deals.
Some of the topics we will discuss: Immigration, Healthcare, Life and Marriage, Energy, Education, Spending, and more. We will also compare Mr. Bevin and Mitch McConnell on the Debt Limit, Bailouts, Size of Government and Amnesty; along with cuttent topics of the day.
Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.
That role became very clear at a campaign contributors' conference held by brothers Charles and David Koch ("coke"), who are driving the biggest truck through the hole McConnell, his allies and the Supreme Court have blown in the campaign-finance system. According to the transcript of a clandestine recording that he has not disputed, McConnell praised the brothers and sounded like "the senator from Koch," as one observer put it.The brothers and their ilk are one reason there has been more than twice as much advertising for McConnell as for Grimes. That's mainly due to $5 million in ads from the Kentucky Opportunity Coalition, a shadowy group that doesn't reveal its donors — but nevertheless ran an ad raising questions about where Grimes' money comes from. Al Cross, former C-J political reporter, is director of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues and associate professor in the University of Kentucky School of Journalism
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