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Meet the team at Midland Park Community Ministries, MPCM, in North Charleston,SC. Incorporated in 2002, Midland Park operates a food pantry and clothes closet but since the beginning it's primary goal has been to encourage clients that life changes and things get better.
Join us as the MPCM team talks about life and service at the Park.
Meet one of the volunteers at Midland Park Community Ministries, John Miller has been on board for almost a year and during that time he has seen and done a whole lot on behalf of many clients. Join us as he shares his story about the importance of volunteering.
The Inside Texas Podcast is a bi-weekly series on the life of the Texas Longhorns brought to you by InsideTexas.com. Hosts Justin Wells and Ian Boyd talk Texas football, Eric Nahlin will join us for recruiting updates, and Jesus Shuttlesworth will bring us the latest from the Asset and Big Cigars. We'll have weekly guests and more. Join us twice a week for the Inside Texas Podcast.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective! On today's show, a discussion of the nature of the Culture of Death and how it exists in opposition to the Culture of Life which is best represented in the Church. Using a discussion of the Vatican's recent Synod on the Family and how some news reports about that were deliberately false and misleading was done so for the purpose of undermining the Church and the Culture of Life. I discuss how the Culture of Death has two approaches toward and in attack of the Culture of Life. One is political and the other is social. The Social side is represented in the various efforts to undermine life such as abortion and euthanasia. They are motivated by the radical environmentalism and the belief that people ARE pollution but that some people, namely themselves are better people and should be allowed to live while others are too stupid and too ugly to live. They are people like Margaret Sanger, Hitler and John Tanton. The Political side is lead by socialists and Libertarians. They seek to rid our governments and society of religious expression. The Culture of Life; however, expresses that though there are many of us, life is a gift from God and that we are here for a purpose and that because we are clever and work hard we will find solutions to our problems and find ways to cure diseases and feed the hungry. Later in the show, I update the news on Islamic Army, Ukraine, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Houston Mayor Parker and her attempt to push the homosexual agenda in the courts and the protests in Mexican state of Guerrero.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective. In today's show, I discuss news from Catholic Pulse, the news service of the Knights of Columbus of which I have been a member for over 25 years. The KC's are described by Saint John Paul The Great as "the strong right arm of the Church." Incidentally, Today is the first feast day of Saint Pope John Paul II." I discuss again the nature of the legal battle over homosexual unions being called "marriages" and how in Wyoming and Arizona the state's will on the issue has been overturned in the courts. While I do not seek to criticize individuals I do criticize the movement which seeks to employ a legal strategy to overturn the will of the people and undermine the very fabric of our culture. I then speak of the constant struggle between the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death which benefits from this homosexual issue as it undermines the foundation of our society. After the break I mention that famous Latino designer Oscar De La Renta had passed away. I went on to discuss the incredible polling data that showed a majority of Americans believe the country is "Out of Control!" Then in the final segment I read some headlines about the war in Syria against Islamic State and how the Democrats are avoiding Obama's name but not his policies. Lastly, I read a press release from Familia Latina Unida in that they seek to protest the lack of action from Obama on Immigration Reform and seek an independent Latino candidate for President in 2016.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily Independent Political Analysis from the Latino Perspective. On today's show, I spend several minutes discussing the nature of the Latino vote and the imperativeness that American Latinos get out and vote. I read a piece by Maria Teresa Kumar, co-foundress of Voto Latino, who said in her essay, "How the Latino Vote became a Movement for Change," that, "Latinos also realize it is up to us to vote to protect our families and our communities. Only by building our segment of the electorate can we change the bad politics practiced by both major parties that now stands in the way of needed policy changes on immigration reform and other issues. " which deeply echoes my many remarks on this, America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective. I later describe the sad state of affairs in Iraq and Syria as Islamic State Army is at the doorstep of Bagdad and our air campaign under dubious leadership is failing. Lastly, I discuss the fear mongering that is going on behind "Climate Change" agenda.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only independent political analysis daily talk show presented in English for all to hear. Today, George Rice, a political activist from the Rio Grande Valley called to discuss the political happenings in that politically interesting place of Texas. Initially, George complained that young Democrats had called a "Meet the Candidate" function but "stacked the deck" and only invited one Republican candidate and when confronted lied about inviting others. I reported that is the nature of politics and it is not fair but that it is independents like myself who can see the unfairness each or all poltical parties are routinely involved with. We continued our discussion of the unique political dynamics in south Texas that involve Latino voters. They consistenty vote Democrat but remain conservative and a recent Latino Pro-Life Democrat candidate for Texas Governor beat out Hard line pro-abortion Democrat Wendy Davis for the votes in those south Texas counties. Now, Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott running for Governor is trying to win those same votes. Furthermore, and I've discussed this on my show many times, is the fact that Abbott seeks these votes but is himself anti-Latino and supported past anti-Latino measures like SB 1070 and will also support other anti-Latino measures. George and I discuss also and he and I both lament the crypto-libertarian movement into the GOP and how it has driven leaders like George and myself out of the GOP although George remains a member his group was destroyed.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily indepedent political analysis from the Latino perspective presented in English for all to hear. On today's show I discuss space, the universe, our place in it and the magnificence of God's incredible creation. I speak about the incredible complexity and vastness of the universe and yet how it possesses incredible simplicity and beauty and that is an example of God's handiwork. I contrast that with the commentary of Professor Stephen Hawking who remarked once that "God is not needed for the Universe but only gravity is needed" (paraphrasing). Then, after the break, I read one of my pieces that describes the nature of space exploration and how any and all space exploration is best done on the Moon not only for scientific value but also for economic value. I lament deeply the cancellation of the Constellation program by the lying BHO who said he supported it.
On today's show, I read several articles that have to do with the importance of the Latino vote and the way that politicos are attempting to address it and some commentary on that subject by Ruben Navarrette and my own commentary. Yes, there are GOP political types trying to reach out to Latinos by speaking Spanish here and there but it will require much more than a few words in Spanish to correct their histories of blatant anti-Latino agenda. However, I also think it is morally incorrect to utilize ethnicity as a political tool. For example, in the case of NM Governor Martinez was accused of "Not having a Latino Heart." That is blatant racism to equate ones ethnicity with a political movement. That is un-Christian and immoral. I also read a piece describing the absurdity of using the Constitution as the basis for support of radical secularism. Leon Pannetta, former CIA director, says he knew the Benghazi attack was an act of terrorism. Finally, I mention that soon the Bigelow inflatable module will soon be mounted on the ISS for testing. Good news for our space program. LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily Independent Political Analysis from the Latino perspective.
In this edition of the Inside Texas Podcast, Justin Wells and Ian Boyd preview the UT-Baylor matchup and practice reports. Mark Seymour from Our Daily Bears joins us, as well as IT Recruiting Editior Eric Nahlin talks a big visitor weekend. All in the IT Podcast. Join us!!!
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