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Noleen Finch was born into a family of thirteen, five brothers and five sisters; and often made up stories to entertain her younger siblings. She began writing poetry in her teens and has had numerous poems published in anthologies. She and her husband, Alan, reside in Cambridge Springs, PA. They enjoy their children and grandchildren, as well as traveling when they have the chance.
She's been on several blog-talk radio shows and the purpose for my interest is to make the public aware of the signs of child sexual abuse. My story deals with these signs, along with those of a perpetrator; and it is written under fiction but reads more like faction. I've had wonderful reviews on my story, and would love to be a part of the show to enlighten all listeners on what to watch for.
She has a website dedicated to this: www.gentlebraveheart.com /and one for the book www.afightforinnocence.com, and a FB page under the title as well.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author James McGrath Morris to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what it was like to share the life of Ethel Payne in EYE ON THE STRUGGLE.
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The McGrath Project is a group of musicians, all respected in their own right, drawing from experiences gathered from living and breathing music, touring the globe, and now coming together to create music that couldn't possibly be categorized or pigeon-holed. Catchy, yet innovative, simple, yet experimental, comic, sinister, heartfelt, perceptive, rock'n'roll, punk, blues, psychedelic, country, jazz...you will hear "a new take on classic rock"! After a 3-year hiatus, the band is back, and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Gary McGrath will join us to talk about the new music and all his various musical projects, of which have had him working with the likes of Ted Nugent, The Monkees, and Jon Bon Jovi. Be sure to tune in!
For those who have seen the Great Carrier Debate between Jerry Hendrix and Bryan McGrath, one thing was clear - both gentlemen had only scratched the surface of their thoughts on the topic.
At about the same time, the concept of "distributed lethality" had seeped its way in to the conversation. To examine both topics and to review the national security issues you should expect to see in 2015 will be returning guest, Bryan McGrath.
Bryan McGrath is the founding Managing Director of The FerryBridge Group LLC (FBG), a niche consultancy specializing in naval and national security issues, including national and military strategy, strategic planning, executive communications, strategic communications and emerging technologies.
Prior to starting FBG, Bryan founded a national security consulting line of business for Delex Systems, where he directly supported a number of senior clients in the Navy and the Army. Additionally, he provided critical insight on Navy policy and acquisition preferences to commercial clients, including major defense contractors and small technology firms negotiating the "post-earmarks" era.
A retired Naval Officer, Bryan spent 21 years on active duty including a tour in command of USS BULKELEY (DDG 84), a guided-missile destroyer homeported in Norfolk, Virginia.
In his spare time, Bryan is a well-published commentator in the fields of national and maritime strategy, with policy papers published at major think tanks, and articles placed in nationally marketed periodicals. He is a frequent panelist at symposia that deal with naval issues and is frequently quoted by major press organizations.
Bryan earned a BA in History from the University of Virginia in 1987, and an MA in Political Science (Congressional Studies) from The Catholic University of America. He is a graduate of the Naval War College.
Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host Kancho Daniel Vena invite yo to call in and speak directly to our guest David Gold.
Our guest call in number is : 1-(646)-716-6825 at 9 PM EST.
Guro Dave Gould Biography: David E. Gould began his Martial Arts training in Shotokan Karate circa 1977 receiving his Black Belt in that Discipline in 1982. After graduating High School he enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1983 and proudly served as a Paratrooper until he was Honorably Discharged in 1989. He has trained in numerous Filipino, Indonesian and Thai Warrior Arts both in the United States and abroad in the countries of origin regarding these fighting disciplines, but he is best known for his association with the Lameco Eskrima System and its founder, Punong Guro Edgar G. Sulite.
Patrick J. McGrath, M.D. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Sarah Fader, Founder & CEO, Stigma Fighters
Despite years of progress, the stigma of having a mood disorder like depression, or an anxiety disorder like panic disorder is still considerable. People experience disbelief from family, co-workers, and friends that this is a medical problem rather than a matter of needing to exert willpower and fortitude. Sarah Fader and her organization, Stigma Fighters are working hard to address this issue for people with these disorders and will discuss her advocacy work in this regard. Even when a mood or anxiety disorder has been diagnosed and is being treated, unfortunately selection of the correct treatment is still a matter of trial and error, with the attendant delay and frustration. Dr. Patrick McGrath is engaged in a pioneering study, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, called EMBARC, which seeks to make the first steps toward a future where testing will help predict which treatment will be most effective. Ms. Fader and Dr. McGrath will discuss these efforts to assist those having these disorders."
Sarah Fader can be reached at www.stigmafighters.com
Our Guest Call In Number : 1-(646)-716-6825
Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host, Kancho Dan Vena are proud to present Soke Billy Davis Ju Jutsu, Dei Bi Su Ryu Ju Jutsu.
Soke Billy Davis was born June 1937. At the age of nine, he began his studies of the martial arts after being beat up. He vowed, “I'm gonna do something about it!” Thus, he began training in the Art of Judo under Sensei Joe Carpenter. Judo was the only martial art taught around that time. Judo was taught as a gentle method, a non aggressive art. Approximately four months later, he met a gentleman who his father brought home to visit from the Merchant Marines, Sensei Batensour. Sensei Batensour began teaching Soke Davis the art of Ju Jutsu. After three years of training, at the age of twelve, he was promoted to Brown Belt. In 1953, at the age of sixteen, he was promoted to Black Belt. He entered the US Air Force, and due to his knowledge in Judo and Ju Jutsu, was stationed in Tokyo, Japan as an instructor of hand to hand combat. It was during this time that Soke Davis learned the Art of Taiho Jutsu, a very devastating expression of Ju Jutsu from the Tokyo Military Police.In 1959, Soke began teaching his combination of Judo, Ju Jutsu, and Taiho Jutsu. His first student is today, a living legend, Hanshi Rico Guy. Over the next twelve or so years, Soke trained in a variety of locations with several leading teachers. During this time, Soke stayed independent mastering the information he learned previously.
Bob McGrath, a Teaneck songwriter and actor who appeared on Sesame Street for more than 40 years and who was recently named a Bergen County “Legend” will be our guest on Record Talk Radio at 10 a.m. Friday.
Record Reporter Lindy Washburn also will be on the broadcast to talk about her recent three-part series on the sweeping changes that have resulted to health care in New Jersey as private-for-profit companies acquire local struggling non-profit hospitals.
McGrath was one of ten people – ranging from Indian Chief Oratam to the late actor James Gandolfini – who were named by the Bergen County Historical Society as their first group of Bergen County legends. The society plans to honor them during an Oct. 15 fund-raiser in Garfield.
Washburn’s series “The For-Profit Prescription” looked at the profound changes that have occurred at six former non-profit hospitals in New Jersey that are now run by health care entrepreneurs and investors.
If you have questions for either of our guests, send your suggestions to me at email@example.com.
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Our first guest is rising Physique competitor Hailey McGrath. Hailey had a good 2014 winning the Colorado State and placing 6th at both USA's and Nationals. Hailey is on my list of competitors with a real shot at a pro card in 2015. We will talk to her about her 2014 season, plans for 2015 and more.
Next we will welcome IFBB Bikini Pro Shandy Ortiz. Shandy won her pro card at North American's and then made an immediate statement by taking 4th place at the IFBB Fort Lauderdale Cup. We will talk to her about becoming a pro, her 2014 overall and plans for 2015.
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Ed McGrath THE VOICE OF KARATE
Tonight we will talk about the Voice of Karate Ed McGrath Sensei.
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David McGrath - AMA Pro Road Racing's former Senior Director of Competition joins us tonight for a revealing episode!
Daytona Beach, FL (November 05, 2014) - David McGrath has a broad background in the sport of motorcycle road racing in America. Prior to coming on board with AMA Pro Racing as the road race director and later as the Senior Director of Competition, McGrath accomplished much. He was a rider/racer for a number of years before hanging up his leathers in 1999 and then used his experience to help others. He spent time at Vance and Hines as director of R & D, worked with Dunlop in tire development and also served eight years with American Honda in R & D development as well as Crew Chief.
Coming on board at AMA Pro in 2010 just two weeks before the Daytona 200 was a big undertaking that ultimately led to him becoming the Senior Director of Competition.
Now that AMA Pro Racing no longer sanctions road racing, McGrath, along with several other key staff, has been released from his position from the road racing side.
McGrath will discuss the past, present and future of road racing in America from his unique vantage point. We look at the various decisions made along the way that were both good and bad for the sport that he loves.
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Modern Combat Masters will feature our Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant to set the stage for our theme for 2015. Documenting the life and teachings of our ancestors, seniors and mentors.
2015 Kick off show for Modern Combat Masters on DocRadio.net with your Host, Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host, Hanshi Daniel Vena. Our Executive Producer Sifu Restita DeJesus, is working very hard behind the scenes to ensure our theme this year of paying homage to our ancestors, seniors & mentors will come to fruition. We are all so excited about this coming year to bring you the programming highlighting the journey of these great pioneer that paved the way for all of us to do what we do everyday as working martial artists. Our program Modern Combat Masters is based around the working martial artist's journey, life and teachings.
The staff at Modern Combat Masters and all of the DocRadio.net Host's and Co-Host's would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal listeners for making 2014 a great success. We look forward to bringing you the subject matter you tune in to listen to every week. Thank You !
In the words of Dr. Moses Powell, Eye to Eye, Heart to Heart, To the Wall and Back.
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