• 01:28

    The CIA Heroin Epidemic

    in Politics

    Maryland Governor Larry Hogan wants to fight Heroin. He has quite a bit of work to do. That heroin is simply flooding out of Afghanistan daily. In fact, this is the biggest drug epidemic America has seen since the 1980's cocaine/crack epidemic while the CIA was helping those Contras down there in South America where the cocaine is grown from the coca plant then processes for delivery to America by the plane load. That crack scourge rivaled the old heroin epidemic in the 1960's and 1970's when the drug mostly came from Southeast Asia where by coincidence America just happened to be fighting a war with Vietnam keeping the world free from the communists playing dominoes or something like that if I recall correctly.


    Here's an idea. Now I don't want to tell the generals how to fight their wars and such but every place our military fights that happens to produce illegal drugs ends up flooding those drugs into our country. My humble suggestion is if you want to fight a drug war wouldn't it be better to do it right where you already have our military? I noticed on FOX Geraldo did a story about our GI's protecting the poppy crop so those Taliban don't get at it. It worked too because it all turned up on the streets of America where we hardly have any of those Taliban.


    Now if we could only find out who snatched the tons of refined product when the military obviously must have been preoccupied fighting the Taliban. Then we could really put a stop to this latest heroin outbreak. Maybe you might share this broadcast so that it could make it's way to the military leaders who obviously haven't noticed that right where they are always are fighting, narcotics are found as well then they find their way to America somehow.


    Maybe Blogtalk will permit this broadcast.

  • 01:21

    Training Day, 2001

    in Movies

    On his first day on the job as a Los Angeles narcotics officer, a rookie cop goes on a 24-hour training course with a rogue detective who isn't what he appears.
    Director: Antoine Fuqua
    Writer: David Ayer
    Stars: Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Scott Glenn

  • 00:14

    The Problem of Addictions in Your Life, Part 1 (God's Solutions #8)

    in Christianity

    Our passage from the Word of God today is Isaiah 40:31. It reads, “But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”


    Our quote for today is from Rex Rouis. She said, "A desire becomes a hope when we discover a reason for its expectation, and there is no better reason to expect something than a promise given in the Word of God."


    Our problem today is "The Problem of Addictions in Your Life" (part 2) from the book, "The Guide to Biblical Counseling" by Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Ron Hawkins. And, I want to remind you to take advantage of our special offer. If this podcast has been a help and blessing to you, please feel free to purchase a copy of this book -- "The Guide to Biblical Counseling" by Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Ron Hawkins. It is available on our website for just $30. You can make your purchase today at ordainedchaplainsusa.org.


    Today, we want to share with you some causes of addictions:


    Dawn loved the bingo games. No one thought much about it until a neighbor discovered her young children home alone one night while Dawn was playing the cards at the bingo parlor.


    Reggie had always been famous for how many beers he could drink without feeling any effects. But something had changed. He'd been drunk several times recently, according to friends. You're called in when he's arrested for a DUI. 


    In 2001 there were 1.4 million arrests for driving under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. That is 1 out of every 137 drivers. 


    ...

  • 02:17

    PGT Episode 236 -Strap in, this is going to be a Wild Ride

    in Legal

     Tonight 8-10pm EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


     


     Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


     


     


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center, and attorney Jeff Frazier of Komorn Law.


    Tonight- Bills on medical marijuana dispensaries and edibles back in Michigan Legislature- Deceased Detroit narcotics cop reportedly tied to FBI probe is named in pot lawsuit- Efforts in Ohio include four different legalization initiatives, including one that allows for only 10 large commercial gardens.


     Joining us tonight-


     


     Four Ohio Activists- Kevin Spitler from the Toledo Hemp Center, Chad Thompson and Mary Smith from NW Ohio NORML and Heather Fitzgerald from Central Ohio NORML


     


     Robin Schneider- legislative liaison for the National Patients Rights Association, who along with top independent lobbyist Kevin McKinney, led the lobbying effort for the patient friendly bills.


     


     


    And- regular guest and friend and the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law


     Michael's rant, news, current events and more!


     


     

  • 00:30

    Former narcotics detective, now author, Mark Langan joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Books

    Mark Langan retired after a twenty-six-year career with the Omaha Police Department. In 1978 Mark was the youngest police officer ever hired on the Omaha Police Department at age eighteen. He worked as a uniformed officer and as a detective in the Burglary, Vice, and Narcotics Units. Mark was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 1988, working as a supervisor in the Narcotics Unit until his retirement in 2004.  During his career Mark wrote nationally published articles on various law enforcement topics and lectured throughout the country. Recognized as a court-authorized expert on narcotics investigations, Mark testified hundreds of times in both state and federal court Mark was awarded the Omaha Police Department’s highest honors: the Medal of Valor for his actions in the Chavez shooting and the Distinguished Service Medal for his work in the Narcotics Unit, and numerous commendations over the years. From 2000 to 2008 Mark was appointed by the Governor to the Judicial Nominating Commission and was involved in selecting candidates for judgeships in Nebraska. Mark is now Vice-President of Field Operations for the Nebraska Humane Society where he is responsible for the investigation of crimes involving animals.

  • 00:05

    12 steps to faith that works

    in Family

    12 steps of spiritual growth for addiction and codependency recovery as taught in christian based groups, overcomers anonymous and celebrate recovery anonymous

  • 01:04

    Human Trafficking with Mike Pozesny

    in Self Help

    Mike Pozesny began in the Criminal Investigations Division of the US Army during the Vietnam era and worked in narcotics. He left the military and went into Executive Protection for five years in Florida then becoming Chairman of a Task Force on Child Abuse. He then relocated to Georgia and joined the State of GA Department of Corrections. There he worked close/maximum-security Mental Health and the Special Management Unit for about two years before becoming a state law enforcement instructor traveling the state. For roughly five years he trained police officers, sheriff’s deputies, correctional staff, and  jailers statewide. His specialty instructor certifications were in Spontaneous Knife Defense, Defensive Tactics, Fire Safety, Emergency Medicine, Hazardous Materials, Tactical Munitions, and all classes of firearms. He also deciphered encrypted gang writing and toured the state as a member of the Metro Atlanta Gang Intelligence Network (MAGIN) into areas heavy in gang involvement to do intelligence work, served in the Emergency Operations Center during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, and created emergency management training that was delivered to over 35,000 employees. Afterwards he worked for a probation company and held the jobs of Probation Manager, Regional Probation Director, Quality Assurance Director, and State Probation Training Director. He left that job to become the Vice-President of Program Development for a counseling and residential treatment facility company conducting group therapy sessions for criminal violators. He currently teaches college classes in violence subjects such as Domestic Violence, Juvenile Deviance, etc. and is the National Training Director responsible for building a law enforcement learning community for public safety in-service training.


    Mike has Masters in Criminal Justice, a Graduate Certificate in Substance Abuse, and is ABD on a PhD in Public Safety Leadership where he researches Domestic Violence.

  • Is Alcoholics Anonymous a Cult? What makes you say that?

    in Self Help

    DId you feel like you were in a cult when you left? Why would we say that? Did you have to make all new friends? Were you ostricized when you left?  Is AA religious? Yes. Why would our courts send you there then? Is AA a government agency? NO. Is AA run by professionals? No. Does AA have safety policies in place?  NO.  IN fact, they voted no to making Safety polices when insider Paul C wrote his 7 page letter to the AA General Service Board.


    Join us for a 1 hour show where bloggers can call in and tell their stories with host Monica Richardson.

  • 01:30

    Chronic Pain and Depression: Their Connection and a Solution!

    in Family

    The National Institute of Mental Health states that Major depressive disorder, or depression, is a serious mental illness. Depression interferes with your daily life and routine and reduces your quality of life. About 6.7% of U.S. adults ages 18 and older have depression. Depression not only affects your brain and behavior—it affects your entire body. Depression has been linked with other health problems, including chronic pain. Dealing with more than one health problem at a time can be difficult, so proper treatment is important. Chronic pain is pain that lasts for weeks, months, or even years. It often does not ease with regular pain medication. Chronic pain can have a distinct cause, such as a temporary injury or infection or a long-term disease. But some chronic pain has no obvious cause. Like depression, chronic pain can cause problems with sleep and daily activities, reducing your quality of life.  Join me and my special guest speaker Dr. Dale Brown who specializes and treats these medical issues. We will discuss the seriousness of how disabling chronic pain and depression can be, then we will discuss how Dr. Brown has saved my life from these diblitating disorders. He can save yours too! We will also discuss chronic Migraines and the dibilitating suffering that comes with them and how you can be relieved of them without the use of anymore harmful pain narcotics. I was addicted for 9 years to pain pills and now free from them. Let us help you with your suffering and find a new freedom and help you live life again with positive energy! We go live Friday nite Jan 9th at 9pm CT. Click on http://bit.ly/1hVx5Yv for your free BTR account to become a follower of my show, please support me! Click the follow button on my wall after your done signing up and then be in the chat room! See you there!

  • 01:29

    HAVE NO FEAR THOROUGHNESS IS HERE, KNOCKING ON THE STEP FOUR DOOR Broadcast in S

    in Spirituality

    We get to see our selves as other people see us; we get to know ourselves as other people know us. If we could see ourselves and know ourselves as other people know us, we would disappear on the spot.  Cioran.  To wrap this up ,we have been looking  at our selves through a dark  mirror  Step Four is the ultimate windex (glass cleaner) that few have  the courage to use this  God given tool


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    We wish to look squarely at the unhappiness this [set of liabilities] has caused others and ourselves We have embarked on a course of action that will restore us to sanity and ultimately root out the causes of our problem, trying, and failing, to live life on life’s terms.


    That restoration will depend on our willingness to look at ourselves squarely in the eye and to endure the pain associated with facing what we have become.


    The fantasy of finding an easier softer way that would allow us to avoid the pain is what has kept many from completing this step and from maintaining recovery.


    Many of us assumed if we stopped our drinking all our problems would disappear. Nothing could be further from the truth.

  • 01:01

    HAVE NO FEAR THOROUGHNESS IS HERE, KNOCKING ON THE STEP FOUR DOOR

    in Spirituality

    We get to see our selves as other people see us; we get to know ourselves as other people know us. If we could see ourselves and know ourselves as other people know us, we would disappear on the spot.  Cioran.  To wrap this up ,we have been looking  at our selves through a dark  mirror  Step Four is the ultimate windex (glass cleaner) that few have  the courage to use this  God given tool


    ————————


    We wish to look squarely at the unhappiness this [set of liabilities] has caused others and ourselves We have embarked on a course of action that will restore us to sanity and ultimately root out the causes of our problem, trying, and failing, to live life on life’s terms.


    That restoration will depend on our willingness to look at ourselves squarely in the eye and to endure the pain associated with facing what we have become.


    The fantasy of finding an easier softer way that would allow us to avoid the pain is what has kept many from completing this step and from maintaining recovery.


    Many of us assumed if we stopped our drinking all our problems would disappear. Nothing could be further from the truth.


     

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