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We will try to cram all this information of major college football and minor league baseball into one show
Through two weeks we will talk about how the teams from the Lone Star state are doing and the Triple A and Double A playoffs
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Episode 54 – 10/01/2014 – Ebola Update and How We React to Major and Minor Events
Ebola and the first U.S. case in Dallas where the man was sent home and returned in an ambulance;
Basic prevention of the transfer of contagious disease and sanitation generally;
Immunity and boosters found in natural food and vitamin sources;
Hong Kong riots over election ballot certification policy, the arms crossed and impact on national day in China;
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigns following evidence of chronic Secret Service failures;
Social media security, Facebook to require birth names and professional or business pages for other purposes;
Passing Personages: Jerrie Mock, age 88 dies, and was the first woman to complete a solo flight around the Earth;
Space Week is October 4 through 10, teaching students about space and the solar system in schools and at home in supplemental home schooling.
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Hell No! the radio show is a socially conscious water cooler talk show about what’s going on in the world as we feature guests and callers who express their thoughts. Hell No! is friendly, funny, real and focused on empowering the truth. We give a voice to people left in the dust. This program is not democratic, fascist, politically correct or a place for sacred cows. We do advocate peace, critical thought, education, reading and social awareness.
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It's been awhile since The #SocialSpitballShow visited the Lone Star State, so with the help of Texan Barry Sensa of Facebook (as well as Robin Conrad & Crystal Stephens), we were able to make this a Lone Star Show.
Our first guest from Texas is Dr. David Alameel, who won a March Democratic primary to run against U.S. Senator John Cornyn. The Texas primary was so contested, that there was a need for a primary runoff. That just confirms the great worth of Dr. Alameel as a candidate for U.S. Senate. Alameel is ready to take on Cornyn and fight for the people of Texas who deserve (at least one) sane representative in the U.S. Senate. Listen for Dr. Alameel's conversation with us shortly after the start of the show: http://alameelforsenate.com/
Our second Lone Star candidate is Louie Minor, who is running for Congress from Texas' 31st district. Louie is an Iraq combat veteran, a current Captain in the Army Reserves and a third generation Latino-American. As he says on his website, "Like the rest of the country, I am dissatisfied with congress. Our government, our economy, and our families are hostage to inaction. Elected officials place their personal beliefs and their party above the people they serve, and it’s time for that to change." Catch his conversation around quarter to 8pm Eastern: http://www.louieminor.com/
Our last Texas guest is Kathy King, who is running for Texas Board of Education, District 7. Kathy is running to provide a voice for quality education in Texas. This means factual text books for history and science and increased support for Special Education. Tune in to hear Kathy's fight for good education after 8pm Eastern: http://www.kathyking2014.com/
Let's get this Lone Star conversation going...
Braves lose a close one to the Marlins tonight 6-5 but with another rough outing from Mike Minor it's time to ask the question... What to do about Mike Minor? I talk about his latest struggle on tonight's podcast and try to figure out what to do next with Mike Minor
in The Bible
This week we will go over the Seven Churches of Asia Minor in retrospect to the Seven Church Periods. We want to quantify our teaching by solidifying these valuable lessons through each church period up to the current age. Don't miss the last series of teachings on the Seven Churches of Asia Minor and their equivalence to the Seven Church Periods.
27 Outs Podcast covers The MiLB to the Max with player interviews from the games all over the MiLB, also players come on the show live for you to call in and chat. We Are MiLB credential, with full access to all your MiLB teams and player. Come Join your Host Frank Conti, And Co-host Claudia Emanuels and get your #27outs and #MeetTheFuture Of The MLB right here on 27 Outs Podcast. We are also on TuneIn Radio, podOmatic.com, and itunes. go follow the Website 27outspodcast.com.
On the episodes we sit down and talk about baseball on and off the field with Marlins Prospect Vio Rosa and D'Backs prospect Lawrence Pardo, Come #MeetTheFuture of the MLB right here on #27outs.
Join host Joe minor “LIVE” on Let’s Get Reel with special guest Dale Douglas..
Joe and his guest will be talking about the pro and cons fishing the FLW BFL as co-angler, and deciding whether to start as a boater.
Tonight on #IAMMERADIO we have an excting show set up for you all!. Host #Ibeauty Co-host #MissSweetheat and #Tiff The Beauties of I AM ME University will share some Health, Beauty, and Relationship tips with you tonight. Also since today is the start of "Domestic Violence month", and we will discuss some key emotional signs to notice before physical abuse takes place. Also you dont want to miss #MRSPLUSAMERICA Mrs. Davonna Booth-Minor, she is the current reigning Queen 2014, and her platofrom is self esteem. Sounds like a perfect marriage with #IAMMEUNIVERSITY. So join us tonight at 8pm eastern at www.blogtalkradio.com/IAMMERADIO or call us at 845-241-9898. Also make sure you become a member of our Group by visiting facebook by adding #IAMMERADIO, so we can continue the conversation. Stick around for #IAMMEMOMENTS #WHODOESTHATMOMENTS and #INSPIRATIONALCORNER To learn how to become apart of our membership for Ladies all over the globe please join us at www.Iammeuniversity.com.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Tim Fisher, a returning NAASCA family member who lives in the Las Vegas area and runs Juvenile Justice Now. Tim, a child abuse survivor, will be with us tonight to describe his experience, strength and hope. Tim was seven years old when he met his predator, a neighbor, teaching Sunday school at the Baptist church. The man began grooming and manipulating Tim and his parents, offering Tim and his sister rides to and from church in his little red Volkswagen. Thus began a situation that was to last seven years. His mother told him that their neighbor needed some help in his yard and around the house and that Tim would be going to go with him on Saturday mornings to help out for a few hours. "My parents must have thought they'd hit the lottery. Here was this fine, upstanding man of God who had taken a genuine interest in their young son’s moral growth and development, says Tim. He goes on, "I’m here today because by the time I had reached my 14th birthday I had been sexually molested approximately 350 times over the course of seven years." He continues, "It took four years for me to become strong enough to come forward. Shortly after my 18th birthday I lit a fuse that would blow multiple families apart." Eventually he went to the Anaheim police and reported his abuse and name his predator. From start to finish it took a year almost to the day for him to be convicted. Eventually he took a plea of guilty to 49 counts of child molestation, lewd conducts involving a minor and with the use of force. Sadly although he was sentenced to 2 to 12 years he was released after serving just nine months. "I’m here to remind you that the abuse never stops for the victim," Tim says, "I encourage anyone who has been sexually abused to make a report even if it happened when you were a child."
The Chicago Baseball Report focuses on the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox as they finish up the 2014 Season. With September call-ups around the corner, listen to JA break down the Cubs loaded farm system and Jose Abreu's chase for the American League Rookie of the Year award.
Just because there will not be October baseball in Chicago, doesn't mean we can't talk about all the hype! Over the last 18 months, both Chicago baseball teams have taken on a youth movement for their Major League clubs. We will cover all of the young players that we hope will be fixtures for these organizations for years to come.
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