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WE ALL HAVE STORIES TO TELL ABOUT SOMETHING OUR KIDS SAW ON TV AND THE NEXT TIME WE GO TO THE STORE THE KIDS SCREAM FOR WHAT THEY JUST SAW. IS THAT A GOOD THING? OR DOES IT GIVE YOU A HEADACHE? IS IT FAIR TO THE KIDS TO HAVE THEM "BRAIN WASHED" INTO THE DESIRE FOR THIS OR THAT? WE WILL GIVE PARENTS SOME GOOD ADVISE. ALSO LOOKING AT QUALITY CONTROL ON PROBIOTICS.
Conservatives in Texas are tripping over themselves to figure out a way to argue that migrants should be denied gun rights under their state's liberal ownership laws. We condemn their bigotry as irrational and repugnant - Freedom is for EVERYBODY, even brown people. Today we'll pick up where we left off last week and dig deeper into this dark weird world where bigotry attempts to create safe space for middle class white cisgender heterosexual christians and throw everybody else in a cultural gulag - all while trumpeting their commitment to "freedom".
Kids & Teachers in The Classroom: How to Build a Working Relationship with featured guest John Brandon, Teacher at Middle School at Parkside
When it comes to making good food choices, for some people, it is really simple. For kids, it is not so easy. There are so many products being pushed as healthy when the reality is they are chock-filled with a myriad of artificial chemicals and sweeteners such as aspartame. How can children learn how to make good choices, especially if they can’t read the labels much less decipher the ingredients? How can parents and teachers educate young people as to what foods to choose? When it comes to sporting events, social gatherings and parties, what questions should children ask before they eat or drink something? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show as host, June Stoyer talks to, aspartame authority, Mary Nash Stoddard about what you need to know to educate children and protect them from the dangers of aspartame. Stay tuned. Today’s show is sponsored by RamVPN.com, the leader in high end website security. RAMVPN combines cryptographic volatile storage with tamper resistance and custom outbound routing, to push the boundaries of technology and pioneer a new privacy-conscious network infrastructure to bring you a unique anonymity service that is unmatched in the industry. Listeners of The Organic View Radio show can receive a special discount by using the coupon code orgview! Enjoy a 15% off discount for 3 month and 6 month personal plans. Sign up now and stop stressing over hack attacks!
What do we do to keep them safe, the children, from a world out there, that can be loving and nurturing one moment, and devastatingly cruel the next. The films we've chosen for this episode of A Reel Point Of View capture what measures can be taken in extreme circumstances, where one child's life is worth another person risking their own life to insure that child's safety. We invite you to embark on this new journey with us, as we discuss the movies: Man On Fire (with Denzel Washington); Leon, The Professional (with Jean Reno), Safe (Jason Statham), and Witness (with Harrison Ford). One man's need to protect one child's future. Would any of us do the same?
Here are the links and times to the broadcast:
[11:00 PM until 11:30 PM EST]
[11:30 PM until 12:00 AM-ish EST]
Kids see a lot of the things that adults go through especially when they are around their parents a lot. People don't typically hide enough of the things that they do from their kids when they are irresponsible. They may smoke or drink or be sexually free, steal, lie, waste money, party too hard, spend money frivolously etc around their kids.
What does it say to you when your kids plead with you to stop doing something that you do?
Some creative thinking saved the broadband dreams of 10 cities in two Minnesota counties. Could cooperatives (co-ops) provide the magic bullet for municipalities encumbered with funding and political hurdles?
Communities in Renville and Sibley Counties created the RS Fiber Cooperative to address rural communication needs. Recently the communities decided to lend the co-op funds they need to build a fiber and wireless infrastructure to cover the towns and farmlands in the co-op's service area. The arrangement resolves several challenges that a number of communities face:
it was easier for cities to pass a bond to pay the co-op to build the network rather then have the cities build it;
co-ops’ existing community relationships translate into faster network take rates;
Minnesota is one of the 21 states with a law restricting public broadband.
Mark Erickson, Winthrop, MN EDA Director and a key contributor to the project joins us to talk us through the complexities of the financial arrangement and the benefits of having the co-op take the lead on the network buildout. He also discusses the role of co-ops in the bigger broadband picture as they take aggressive action in deploying networks.
My new book, Building the Gigabit City, Vol 2, devotes significant coverage to co-ops and their increasing impact on broadband.
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