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1st hour... Even if you've heard it before, it's time to listen again. President Reagan's historic speech Remembering the Challenger disaster. Who is protecting the jobs of American worker? Obama is giving work permits to 5 million illegals w/ 92 million unemployed Americans!
What lawful basis does President have to give illegals legal residency,Social Security, Medicare? ~ Senator Jeff Sessions to Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch during confirmation hearing. Good question.
2nd hour, D.C. passed a bill to ban Sexual Orientation Change Effort (SOCE) therapy for minors. The bill prohibits minors from seeing a licensed mental health provider in the District to help them reduce unwanted same-sex attractions. So much for “choice!” Christopher Doyle, President of Voice of the Voiceless in to discus.
Kids need a license to shovel snow to earn money.
Did you ever wonder what Miss USA would say to global terrorists if given the opportunity?
Woman sells her children for #sex. What the heck is wrong with people?
MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry compares aborting a baby to treating cancer in the body. And she won’t call it a “baby”… she calls it a “thing.”
Nanny government in Seattle will be inspecting your garbage & fining you for not composting food waste. The EPA thinks it’s a great idea!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
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Have you been working to move up in your job, increase your income and to establish more wealth? If so, be sure to listen to today's episode. Pat Council will share 5 ideas that will help you move up to the level of wealth that works for you. Find out if you are majoring in doing minor things and learn what to do instead and watch your income change for the better. Also find out the truth about social security from Expert Certified Financial Planner Mario J. Payne of Raymond James Financial Services. Our chatroom will be open, so feel free to et your questions answered.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on managing differences with family, forbidding the sale of dangerous goods to minors, worthy charities, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: How should a young adult manage persistent differences with his family?
Question 2: Should minors be forbidden from buying dangerous goods?
Question 3: What kinds of charities are worthy of support?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Minors are the #1 Targets?
How to protect them?
On the March 25, 2015 edition of "Nature Of Reality Radio" I welcome Dr. Lynne Kitei who is best known for her work on the famous 3/17/1997 UFO sighting known as "The Phoenix Lights." Kitei is an internationally acclaimed physician and health educator who pushed aside her successful medical career to pursue The Phoenix Lights book and internationally award-winning Documentary project. She was leading the cutting edge era of early disease detection and prevention as Chief Clinical Consultant of the Imaging-Prevention-Wellness Center at the world renowned Arizona Heart Institute in Phoenix, Arizona until coming forward, after seven years of anonymity, as a key witness to the historic and still unexplained mass sighting throughout Arizona on March 13, 1997.
Dr. Lynne graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Secondary Science Education, with minors in Communication and Voice from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. 1970 and an MD Degree from Temple University School of Medicine 1974. She completed her postgraduate studies at the Medical College of Pennsylvania. She has spoken at numerous conferences, her work on the subjects of health, medicine, and UFO's has been published in numerous works, and she has received a whole slew of awards for what she has done.
Lynne's site: http://www.thephoenixlights.net
Psychologists are beginning to walk down the same path LGBT activists , insisting that pedophilia is an inborn “sexual orientation,” not a learned sexual behavior.If people are born with a sexual attraction to minors, the argument goes, their “orientation” should be accepted as normative and not stigmatized. We must view this unprecedented phenomenon theologically in order to see its full import. What we are seeing is, through ever greater technical power and prowess, is the complete unraveling of what God so tightly bound in creation.
The Mature Minor Doctrine is a common law doctrine created in most states through judicial rulings. The doctrine accepts that an unemancipated minor may possess the maturity to choose or reject a particular health care treatment. Illinois’ version of the doctrine was created by the 1989 Supreme Court of Illinois decision, In re E.G. Most recently, the Doctrine was discussed in a Connecticut Supreme Court case where the court unanimously ruled that a 17 year old girl can be forced to undergo cancer treatments against her will. This podcast with attorney Sarah Flohr will discuss the Mature Minor Doctrine and how it could affect unemancipated minors in the state of Illinois.
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Join me on Saturday, March 14th when I interview author Geraldine E Hollis about her book, Back to Mississippi: Sidewalks Represent A Journey To The Paths Of My Success
About the book:
Celebrating Freedom for all" Book Tells Story on Equal Rights for Black Citizens
A young black adult’s journey back to Mississippi where equal opportunity and constitutional rights among blacks and white citizens have been established.
The story of one of the first young black adults to breach the forbidden entry into a public library in Jackson, Mississippi known as the Tougaloo Nine and broke the existing barriers between the white and the black people is in the book titled Back to Mississippi by author Geraldine Edwards Hollis.
In her book, the author recalls her journey as she makes her way back home to Mississippi, a state where she was able to succeed in giving all men, women, boys and girls the equal opportunity and constitutional right to live their lives with the right to vote regardless of race or color. As one read Hollis’ journey, readers are exposed to segregation, degradation, second class citizenship, degraded educational materials, jail and the circumstances that threatened a black family.
About the author:
Geraldine E. Hollis her B.S. degree in Health and Physical Education with minors in Mathematics and Biological Sciences from Tougaloo College in Tougaloo Mississippi. There, her rallying point for social change, embarked on the Historical Event that Changed History in Mississippi, as a member of the, “Tougaloo Nine”! She is a retired educator from the Oakland Unified School District after dedicating 33 years to students from ages 4 to 21 as a teacher, counselor, consultant and workshop promoter
Human Trafficking has garnered a lot of attention in the past decade. It is now understood that children are trafficked internationally and domestically for both sex and labor. Unfortunately, most will never come to the attention of systems and those that do, have historically been revictimized due to the lack of understanding of the crime and inability to meet the complex needs of minors that have been trafficked. In fact, child victims often wound up in the juvenile justice system. This episode of Spotlight of Youth will examine the issue of human trafficking, legislative measures taken in Ohio to improve the legal system's response to victims of human trafficking that are minors, and highlight the efforts of one jurisdiction, Lucas County, to create a coordinated, holistic, and non-punitive response for domestic minor trafficking victims.
Rep. Teresa Fedor, Ohio House of Representatives, 45th District
Megan K. Mattimoe, Legal Advocacy Director at Ao: Advocating Opportunity
Hon. Connie F. Zemmelman, Lucas County Juvenile Court
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Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery where people profit from the control and exploitation of others.
Although slavery is commonly thought to be a thing of the past, human trafficking still exists today throughout the United States and globally when traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control other people for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex or forcing them to provide labor services against their will. Traffickers use violence, threats, deception, debt bondage, and other manipulative tactics to trap victims in horrific situations every day in America. All trafficking victims share one essential experience – the loss of freedom.
Some stats are:
There are 20.9 million victims of human trafficking globally, including 5.5 million children. 55% are women and girls.
In 2013, the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, received multiple reports of human trafficking cases in all 50 states and D.C.
Human trafficking is a $150 billion industry worldwide.
There is no official estimate of the total number of human trafficking victims in the U.S. With 100,000 children estimated to be in the sex trade in the United States each year, it is clear that the total number of victims nationally reaches into the hundreds of thousands when estimates of both adults and minors and sex trafficking and labor trafficking are aggregated.
The number of human trafficking cases increases every year.
Let's talk about this horrific issue in our communities.
The G.O.O.DLife Online radio show promotes a commitment to a lifestyle of resourcefulness. Hosts Adiagha and Shea provide a platform for "out of the box discourse" that compels their audience to confront life challenges in an innovative fashion. Guests will include a range of enterprising individuals who have turned setbacks into triumphs. This episode features Deidre Simmons. Deirdre Simmons is a graduate of Purdue University with a B.A. degree in Organizational Communications with minors in Management and Supervision. She has a certification as a PHR-Professional in Human Resources and as an Equal and Civil Rights Advisor. She is the immediate past president for the Gateway Chapter of the Society of Human Resources Management garnering the Silver Award for Excellence under her leadership and formerly served as the workforce readiness chair where she delivered seminars to ex-offenders through United Way. At St. Paul Baptist Church in Montclair, NJ, she worked with the health ministry, women’s ministry and as a missionary. Her mission trip to Ghana was one of her first true experiences in being able to shape the lives of youth. She has been a guest speaker at Achievement First Charter School on their career day and delivered workforce readiness seminars for students. Deirdre has also worked as servant leader at her current St. Paul Comm Baptist Church in Brooklyn, as a volunteer in the multi-media ministry, Griot (photographers), LinkedIn network (workforce readiness initiatives) and the youth ministry. Deirdre has been married to her husband, Minister Jerry Simmons for 6 years. Deirdre Simmons also works with Streetwise Partners, an organization that assists people who are unemployed or underemployed and is currenlty launching Cast Your Net on the Right Side #NowWhat Conference which will take place May 2nd 2015 in Brooklyn, NY.
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