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  • 00:31

    Much of what God requires is not difficult to understand!

    in Christianity


    Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is evil. Cling to what is good. Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love, in honor giving preference to one another; not lagging in diligence, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord; rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation, continuing steadfastly in prayer; distributing to the needs of the saints, given to hospitality. Romans 12:9-13 NKJV


  • 01:07

    Feb 1~ Charlotte View: Toltec Wisdom for a Modern World. Don Miguel Ruiz Jr

    in Spirituality

    Charlotte View welcomes don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. He is a Toltec Master of Transformation. He is a direct descendant of the Toltecs of the Eagle Night lineage, and is the son of don Miguel Ruiz, author of New York Times bestseller The Four Agreements. He is the author of the books Living a Life of Awareness: Daily Meditations on the Toltec Path and The Five Levels of Attachment: Toltec Wisdom for a Modern World. Along with his family, he teaches workshops and offers transformational journeys around the world. He also hosts a successful weekly internet radio show, “The Way of the Desert”.

    We have all unwittingly made agreements about how we choose to live our lives and what we believe our personal truths are.

    But what we may not realize is that each one of these agreements represents an attachment, a limiting filter on who we think we are, and what the future could hold.

    We call these attachments “knowledge” without ever questioning if that knowledge is necessarily true for us.

    During this interview, don Miguel Ruiz Jr will guide all listeners to understanding how we have developed our belief structures and how to go about re-evaluating—or even severing—these harmful attachments. According to Miguel Jr., "it is important to be aware of where we are on the scale of attachment with any particular belief.  With awareness we can regain the power to make our own decisions." 

    Miguel Jr teaches us to divide our attachments in 5 levels and how to find the beliefs we have attached to each: The Authentic Self; Preference; Identity; Internalization; and Fanaticism

     For more information: www.miguelruizjr.com 


  • 02:18

    Happy Hour With The Crew: Black Health Matters

    in Radio

    African-Americans have dietary preferences born from cultural influences and necessity. The preference for a particular type of cuisine called soul food has resulted in various health problems for African-Americans. Soul food typically involves fried foods and lots of fatty meats prepared with rich gravies. African-Americans associate these foods with social interactions and also with their history of slavery. Therefore any efforts to get them to eat other types of healthier foods are met with resistance and are seen as trying to eradicate Black culture. Different sources have shown that it is still possible to eat the foods associated with soul food in a healthier way so that African-Americans can overcome their high rates of obesity and cardiovascular disease. How do we take care of our health problems? Should we follow Dr.Sebi? Should we cut out meat? Tune in and lets discuss Black Health

  • 02:03

    Lies and Larceny - What Your Lawyer Says Behind Your Back

    in Current Events

    Commentary by Walter Davis and Jill Jones Soderman; a review of recent radio shows and cases. We will explore intrinsic issues related by the dysfunctional family court. Begin with the premise that:

    Clients are not as important as lawyers
    Judges and court actors will be present in the work environment long after your case is adjudicated
    Clients are only as good as their last check

    1. A court driven by JUDICIAL DISCRETION as opposed to LAW AND STATUTE creates a culture of non objective and unequal standards of practice

    "Personal Choice and Preference" of the Judge
    Interferrence with Free Speech, Free Choice of Legal representation 
    Choice of Experts, Suppression of Evidence (Focus on reporting Child Sexual Abuse)

    We wil review case examples

    2. The capacity for judges and other court actors to act beyond their Scope of Expertise by Fiat

    3. Losing Control of Your Case - The Flecther case

    Remedies to this Miasma

    The Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Court

    275 Madison Avenue

    6th Floor

    New York, New York 10016



    Citizens Demaning Justice 760-917-1251 - Walter@CitizensDemandingJustice.org


  • 00:46

    Iowa Caucus 2016 INSANITY!!!

    in Politics

    January 29th 2016 -- Weekend Eve --- Iowa Caucus' 2016

    Sean Astin, Host of Vox Populi Radio makes a triumphant, albiet low-key return to the broadcasting booth...(home office desk).

    Call in and state your preference for a candidate, an issue, the media, the process...just don't be a jerk...we talk nice on this show...


  • 00:35

    Sexy Sultry Saturday with Mahogany and Mastamind

    in Radio

    What is your type? Do you prefer tall, short big, slim, thick, muscular, dark, light, chocolate, etc? What catches your eye on your dating preference? What do you look for in  mate? So is tonight your match matching Saturday!!!!!


  • 00:45

    The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

    in Radio

    On Thursday January 14th, 2016 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon
    will present a commentary on and a reading of the Rubaiyat a Sufi poem
    from medieval Persia by the mystic and astronomer Omar Khayyam
    translated by Edward Fitzgerald and published in 1859. The Rubaiyat is
    quintessentially romantic in style and content. It is said to reflect
    the ancient cyrenaic hedonistic philosophy of Aristippus and extols a
    libertine lifestyle in preference to piety. When I was a teenager I
    needed to break away from Christian fundamentalism so I adopted the
    Rubaiyat as my alternative to the Bible. I memorized the entire poem so
    that I could quote seductive passages to Baptist virgins while drinking
    beer on the beach at sunset. Ah! Those were the days! Or as Omar would
    put it: "Alas that Spring should vanish with the rose, and youth's sweet
    scented manuscript should close, the nightingale that in the branches
    sang, ah whence and wither flown again who knows?" And so, if you yearn
    to know "What Omar's moving finger writ, " then tune in and we will
    inoculate you against excessive piety.


  • 02:08

    SHOW #302 - 32nd International Blues Challenge Preview Show #2

    in Music


    IBC Preview Show # 2

    On this show, we will speak with:

    Michele Seidman (and hopefully Terri Robbins), the two women beihind The National Women In Blues, who put on a spectacular showcase each year during IBC.  This year they are moving to Beale Street where they will be in Alfred's on Friday.

    Eddie Cotton, the 2015 Band Challenge WInner.  We'll talk about Eddie's last year and get some advice.

    Dr. Janice Johnston returns to discuss the wonderful Health Clinics she and her group of volunteers offer to all musicians FREE!  Have you not stopped by?  BAD YOU!

    Greg Slim Lively Johnson, President of the Cascades Blues Society who is also an intregal part of the IBC volunteer staff. 

  • 00:35

    Nips: January 11, 2016

    in Business

    Get caught up on the latest news from around the pulp and paper world in our weekly program, including updates from Smurfit Kappa, Soundview, Cascades, Rayonier AM, Graphic Packaging, Verso, Resolute, Nippon, Finch and more.
    Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Steve Roush and Chuck Swann, filling in for Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.
    Listen live at 7 a.m. EST on Monday, 11 January 2016, or anytime afterward!

    Enhance your experience if listening live to this episode ... go to simultweet.com for live tweets with more information during the broadcast.

    Available on iTunes

  • 01:06

    Black Names Matter with Author Bobby Cenoura

    in Politics


    Bobby Cenoura is an African/African American literary artist born and raised in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Cenoura writes about topics that inspire conversation and thought, such as “Male Angst” (the post-modern dating market displacement), “own group preference/detanglement” (phenotypic preference < > economic, social and cultural discrimination),  and currently has one screenplay and a TV series concept under his belt. Cenoura has seen sweeping change in the Washington D.C. area since the 1980s, which inspires a lion’s share of his literature.  Bobby holds a double undergraduate degree in business and social sciences from the University of Maryland.  During this broadcast we will be discussing why black names matter.  Please join us and call in wth your questions, or workview 646-652-4620.  Look forward to hearing from you.


  • 01:31

    America's Disabled Veterans in Action Inc (ADVIA.media) Wednesday 15 December2015

    in POTUS

    It is Wednesday, 30 December the fifth and final wednesday of the month of December  and of 2015.We are coving the topic of veterans benefits with our Washington DC anchor and we are discussing all aspects of veterans benfits. This is a topic that our host has spent 2 decades providing our veterans service and assistane in obtaining the benefoits that they have earned via their service in the US military

    We are opening our Brooklyn Navy Yard lines 347-884-8078 at 2400 Zulu time! That would be as follows in US times (for our new civilian family and friends) Atlantic/ Eastern is 7PM,Central 6PM, Alaska/Mountain is 5pm,Pacific is 4PM, Hawaii is 1PM, Guam is 0900 AM

    We want to hear from you!