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LABOR DAY-CELEBRATION...SEPT 1, 2014
Definition of LABOR...hired and paid by the day.
LABOR DAY is a holiday celebrated on the first monday in September. A celebration of the American Labor Movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of their country.
LABOR DAY, a Federal Holiday was created in 1882 to give workig indiviuals a DAY OF REST, NO SO TODAY. Most retailers still operate as normal, parades, cook-outs and shopping are a common occurrence on this holiday.
A celebration of all men and women who have dedicated their lives to defining their inqenuity, their skills, cleverness in planning an extravagant landscape.
Honored Guests, Mr. Wise, General President of IronWorkers...
Mr. Hilton, IMPACT CEO...ETC.
Mans quest for power...etc.
Ironworkers a breed unto themselves...etc.
Classic and Creative Construction...etc.
The "BOW"...the 'TOPPING OUT' ceremony...etc.
MINGX - 2014' #Comedian "LAUGHLIKEHELL" Summer 2014
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life and Motivation of "Gospel Comedian," Minister Arlene Morgan brings "Laughter for the Soul," with Auntie is on a Mission & Honey!
When asked just how did she get started with her ministry of laughter she explains, "In 2006 I started performing gospel comedy, I have always enjoyed making people laugh since childhood. Auntie who is 69 years old is the mother of five children, she has been Blessed with 15 grandchildren, 11 great gands, and 1 great-great grand."
Auntie is on a Mission, with the many hats she wears as "an acupressure therapist, ordained minister, missionary, retired contract security manager, and home health provider.Auntie preforms at schools, church picnics, churches, family reunions, birthday, community centers, and local parades winning the highest award in the Palmetto Founders Day Parade!
Raw and UnCut!
MINGX - we are Motivating and Inspiring the Next Generation, through True Life Experiences.
A show like "No Other!!!! MINGX 2014' - LIVE on BlogTalk Radio.
All things considered are discussed in small town Kansas coffee bars.
Program Summary 04 August 2014
Kay & Sondra begin the discussion on LeRoy's upcoming Homecoming Day, Labor Day Weekend.
Bill Otto joins in and the discussion steers toward old Homecoming rituals; i.e. pre-game bonfires, disposal of outhouses, parades and laundry.
Join former state lawmaker of the old 9th district, lifelong public school teacher and administrator, Bill Otto, and "the Lineball Sisters" Kay and Sondra as they share recollections, current events and commentary on rural life in Kansas.
Blogging recipes and state news and the names of dead pets, relatives and friends at the LeRoy Reporter web site.
"A progressive town of friendly people."
News from along the Neosho River in southeast Kansas.
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Focusing on pages 42 and 43 (Simplicity and You and PaRaDes). WILL BE RESCHEDULED. EXPERIENCED CHALLENGES, DELAYS AND WAS KICK OUT OF THE BROADCAST. STAY TUNED...PEACE. RETURNING ON THE 24TH.
The New Essenes is a gathering of ordinary people practicing deep introspection as a way to solve everyday problems. Our inquiry is based on the idea that language is alive and that the Word is where our Power lives: since speech is an act, communication is not what is said and done, but the result of what is said and done.
By joining in and coming back, we increasingly benefit from the distilled essence of an ultimate method of inquiry, based on Sacred Geometry and known as the Path of XPR.
Our meetings last one-hour & are structured as follows:
1. The first 5 minutes: Welcoming, Checking In. One Minute of Silence.
2. The next 10 minutes: Reading the SIX UnderStandings, Reading of the FOUR Forces & the FOUR Motions. The TWIN Missions: XPR & emPowering NOW, Feeling into the TWIN QKode.
3. The last 45 minutes: Introduction of a topic. Group Sharing & Inquiry, Reading of the SIX XPR Steps, Summary / Ritual Closing.
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Hailing from the "birth place of jazz",Vandell Andrew's destiny was not too hard to find. Vandell started studying music at the age of 13 at a local jazz summer camp in the treme area of New Orleans. It was then that he learned to play the trumpet. After a whole summer of playing the trumpet, Vandell was approached by one of his teachers that his embouchure would be better suited playing the saxophone.
Being that this teacher was the COOLEST sax player in the world, Vandell took this ultimatum as a compliment that his teacher would be even considering teaching him. Soon after learning to play the alto saxophone, Vandell joined the infamous St.Augustine "Marching 100" band. Playing in events and parades all over the world, convinced Vandell that this was what he wanted to do for a living after high school. Following high school, Vandell enrolled in music classes at Southern University at New Orleans, and studied with the legendary Edward "Kidd" Jordan. Shortly after about a month of studying with Kidd, the horrible hurricane Katrina took the city of New Orleans by storm. Vandell found himself relocating to Dallas,Tx. This experience was extremely hard to cope with at first , but Vandell began to like living in Dallas a little more, after checking out the music scene around town. Vandell began writing and working on his own solo compositions. This has led to him sharing stages with many local acts,at many different venues .As well as nationally known acts like Kirk Whalum, and Tom Braxton. This is only the beginning for this young entrepreneur, he is soon to record his debut album in the very near future.
Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain (now officially known as the United Kingdom). Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, and political speeches and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States.
Waking up on the morning after...Roughly two-thirds of Black and one-third of Hispanic children live with only one parent. Moreover, research suggests that a father's absence increases the risk of his Black child dropping out of school by 75 percent. And even in the 21st Century information age, too many Americans still live in poverty. If you have read the report to The President of the United States, we’d like to hear your thoughts on My Brother’s Keeper. We're looking at the symbols, practices and promises that strengthen our communities and secure our nation. July 5th, the Morning after American Independence on YouthUSA Radio www.YouthUSA.net.
We have another July 4th where people are enjoying their day off with fireworks, parades, picnics, family reunions, barbecues, baseball games, political speeches and ceremonie. When was the last time you really gave some thought to the reason we celebrate "Independence Day"? It is a time known for our declaration of independence from Great Britian. A time where a future of a newly founded country was unknown and uncertain but the ideal of freedom to succeed or fail motivated the colonist to grow into what we now know as the United States of America. How disappointed do you think the founding fathers would be to know all that they fought and sacraficed for future generations would only bring us back to a people who no longer valued the idea of freedom? You have people from other countries who go through great lengths even death for the chance...not guarantee to make the life for themselves that dream of. With each passing day the American Dream grows dimmer for its sons and daughters not because it is harder to achieve but because the children choose to stay asleep and not make those dreams a reality. We will be live this weekend as we discuss Hiliary Clinton's "being broke" statements, the illegal immigration debate, Supreme Court birth control mandate ruling, and other topics from 2 pm to 4 pm.
This past Sunday, rainbows and glitter erupted on the streets of cities across the continent as equality advocates gathered to march in Gay Pride Parades to celebrate the breathtaking gains in the historic quest for equal rights for LGBTQ citizens. One year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the so-called Defense of Marriage Act (more accurately, the Defense of Heteronormative Marriage By Muddle-headed Sheep Who Just Can't Stand the Idea of Gay). This is also the tenth anniversary of the Massachusetts Supreme Courts game-changing ruling that first recognized the constitutional right of LGBTQ citizens to enjoy the legal protections of marriage. The acceptance of equality has become so mainstream, USA Today covers the topic without batting an eyelash: Gay pride parades celebrate history and marriage.
Unfortunately, the emergence of LGBTQ Equality in the West has triggered a backlash of violent, hate-filled legislation in regions ranging from Africa to Eastern Europe. There is still much work to be done. Join DJ Nika tonight as she shares her personal journey towards self-acceptance. Call in to share your stories. And of course, share your love for the man who ignited our personal pride torches: Adam Lambert. Have you experience one of the Queen + Adam concerts? Tell us about it!!
Weekly talk and music radio inspired by our unlikely muse, Adam Lambert. Dedicated to creativity, entrepreurship, personal liberation. LGBTQ causes, people re-inventing their lives, and music, always music!
in just a few days, it will be the 4th of July. Scenes of picnics, parades and fireworks will be everywhere. This is how we celebrate the holiday. It is the day we set apart from all others, to honor the anniversary of the birth of our nation. It is the day America declared our Independence. What is the meaning of Independence Day?
Do we ever reflect on the hardship and terror that the early Americans must have lived through day after day? Do we truly understand the hopes and dreams that lay secretly hidden away in the hearts of the people back then?
On July 4th, 1776, America started an insurrection against the king. Thirteen years before, back in 1763, England instituted a series of taxes and policies that not only hindered trade and economic growth in the colonies, but without representation in Parliament, also violated their rights as English subjects.
It took the early Americans 9 years to understand the futility of appealing to England, all the while enduring the heavy hand of the king. Committees were formed in 1772, exploring options for a Congress of our own. Our first Continental Congress convened in 1774. The following year, 1775, our Congress was declared traitorous and British troops, sent to quell the uprising met resistance from the colonial militia and the Revolutionary War began.
What comes to your mind when you think about the 4th of July? For most of us it's fireworks, parades, a day off work and backyard barbecues. But Freedom is not free. The origins of our country began with war. It was inspired by the greater good of obtaining our freedom from Great Britan. The Fourth of July has been celebrated by public readings of Declaration of Independence from the courthouse steps ever since. But not everyone does this still today, so in case nobody's reading it at your court house, I will read the Declaration of Independence to you or you can play this at your own courthouse. In this special Independence Day edition of Home Front, we start by talking with a Vietnam Veteran and then stay with us for the Declaration.
Colonel Quincy Collins was Born on the 4th of July in 1931, He graduated from the Citidel and became a flight commander with the Air Force as a Second Lieutanant. He was shot down over Vietnam which left him as a prisoner of war for the next 7 1/2 years and provides us with a perspective on freedom and war from one who was on the inside.