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We’re taking a look at ideas Wednesday, October 22 at 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds when Halli brings you two of the great intellects of our time. Joining Halli at her table is Steven Johnson, widely regarded as one of the world’s most perceptive and thought-provoking thinkers on new media and the evolution of information technology author of the new book and PBS TV series, HOW WE GOT TO NOW. And Barbara Erenreich, author of a provocative new memoir LIVING WITH A WILD GOD, A NONBELIEVER’S SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH ABOUT EVERYTHING
Steven Johnson is the author of the bestsellers including WHERE GOOD IDEAS COMR FROM, THE INVENTION OF AIR, THE GHOST MAP, EVERYTHING BAD IS GOOD FOR YOU, MIND WIDE OPEN. He is the founder of a variety of influential websites and writes for Time, Wired, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
Barbara Ehrenreich is an American writer and political activist who describes herself as "a myth buster by trade", and has been called "a veteran muckraker" by The New Yorker. She has authored 21 books, perhaps best known for her 2001 book NICKEL AND DIMED: ON (NOT) GETTING BY IN AMERICA, a memoir of Ehrenreich's three-month experiment surviving on minimum wage. The New York Times bestselling author’s latest book is LIVING WITH A WILD GOD, A NONBELIEVER'S SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH ABOUT EVERYTHING
a brave, frank, honest, and exquisitely written memoir that is sure to rattle your world.
Steven Johnson, Barbara Erenreich two of the thought-leaders of our day Wednesday, October 22, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show bringing you Talk Radio for Fine Minds. Tune in live online at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
I first saw the title of this show on a bumper sticker on the vehicle in front of me and fell in love with it: A PBS MIND IN A FOX NEWS WORLD! Most of us humans live a "reactionary" life responding to the others in our lives and "what is." The teachings of Abraham reveal that we create our own reality even if we are not aware of it; that we are vibratory beings; that the powerful Law of Attraction matches what we are vibrating; and that we have total control over what we are vibrating. We get what we focus on, wanted or unwanted. On today's show we will talk about all of this, as well as how to choose "wobble free" thoughts, how to want it and expect it, how to move into "knowing," and the value of moving into appreciation the first thing in the morning! I am so excited about talking to you, favorite listeners. See you at 11! Love, Linn
I am so excited about this poet right here. Mr. "I wrote these words" himself will be on Rap or Spit with PBS spitting hot fire on this mic!
Brandon started writing back in 2001 after a series of events including listening to ABYSS Graham's first performance on Def Poetry. It would be some years before he would finally take his writing more serious. Originally, a screen name, Amayzn then became his moniker as he slowly began his walk into the poetry/spoken word scene. In five years, he had the priviledge of meeting and sharing stages with poets such as Queen God Is, Will Da Real One Bell, Dana Gilmore, Red Storm, and ABYSS Graham himself. After years of rocking on stage at home, he was finally ready to start his travels around our beautiful but confused country and give people a voice who often can't speak for themselves. Don't miss Amayzn onn Rap or Spit on Sunday Dec. 26yh @ 9pm CST!!!!
I have a PBS mind in a Fox News world. I didn't invent this saying but it defines me more than anything ever has! We have been talking about focusing on "wobble free" thoughts so that we create an "Unconditional Life." I have really shown myself that I can be happy under any conditions by doing the work every morning to raise my vibration to happiness and appreciation. Then, I just watch what happens all day that matches it. Law of Attraction brings you a match every time. We are going to be talking about this in a new way today at 11, favorite listeners. I am so excited! Love, Linny
Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, a columnist for ALIST magazine and PERREAULT Global Digital magazine; Certified Hypnotherapist (CHt), EFT, Deep Yoga Teacher Training 200 (2014-2015) at Piedmont Yoga, Consultant, and Community Advocate.
Our Guest: Harold W. Becker has dedicated his life to living and sharing the practical application of unconditional love. Since 1990, his consulting company, Internal Insights, has had its focus to “empower people through self awareness and unconditional love.” In 2000 he founded the globally recognized non-profit, The Love Foundation, Inc., with the intent to “inspire people to love unconditionally.” He blends incredible insight and intuition with humor, compassion and kindness for a strong inspirational and motivational vision in all of his endeavors which also include business, writing, speaking and personal guidance.
Harold’s success and powerful understanding about life is evident in his collective published work including, Internal Power: Seven Doorways To Self Discovery, (White Fire 2008/New World Library 1993), Unconditional Love – An Unlimited Way of Being (White Fire 2007) Unconditional Love Is... Appreciating Aspects of Life, (White Fire 2010) Inspiring Unconditional Love – Reflections from the Heart (White Fire 2010), Inspiring Unconditional Love 2 – More Reflections from the Heart (White Fire 2011) and a PBS special entitled, Unconditional Love - A Guide to Personal Freedom (1997, DVD 2007) along with numerous articles and short stories.
Join us on Rap or Spit with PBS as our guest host will be Da Champ on this Special Mother's Day Show. We will discuss love, life, parenting and the like. Its an open forum, so be sure to call in to Rap with me and Da Champ or spit a hot piece... just be sure to not miss it.
Joins us Sunday at 10:00 pm EST as we speak to Phillip Rodriguez, director of Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle, a new PBS documentary that examines the life and mysterious death of pioneering journalist Ruben Salazar.
We also discuss Part 3 of Al Jazeera America's "Borderland" with two more cast members.
The Total Tutor will interview Beatles Tribute Band The Fab Four. We will discuss how the band was formed, how to see them in your town, and were they have traveled to.
Beatles Tribute band in the world; current PBS special airing around the country, and currently on US tour.
Host Robert Jetter, Jr. and panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, & Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line. You too can Join our Round Table Discussion.
Bards Logic discusses Public broadcasting Service (PBS) airing of "After Tiller", a documentary on doctors whom perform later term abortion.
Letter from Bill Marshall: "This week I was made aware of PBS's plans to air a program glorifying late term abortion and the doctors that perform them entitled "After Tiller". The program seems to paint a picture of how heroic these doctors are because of the moral dilemma they personally encounter in these cases. If these doctors were truly faithful to the oath they take then there would be no dilemma. To take the life of an innocent unborn child is wrong according to God and what He has revealed to us. It is not up to them or anyone else to decide such a thing. If these doctors, like Dr. Tiller, and the federal government would listen to the wisdom of God, they would have no moral dilemmas. This program will air locally on September 6. In order to facilitate contacting our local affiliate to express our outrage, I am forwarding the following contact information:
Please call them at: 216-916-6100 and navigate to Programming or email the
Program Director: email@example.com.
The program is also being shown online until Octorber 1st. Call and email your protest.
Bards Logic is the Grassroots We the People Show.
Join Rap or Spit with PBS when my feat. artists will be Brittney Dowell & Sonya Moe. Both these young ladies are hot new spoken artist from the Twin Cities in Minnesota, where I now reside. They both have mad talent. I feel in love with both their ink immediately and I believe you all will too. Call in number is 347-945-7258. Don't miss it!
Andrew Lam is a co-founder of New America Media, an association of 2000 ethnic media outlets in the US, a regular contributor to Huffington Post, and a syndicated writer. He is also an author of three books, “Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese Diaspora” which won a Pen Open Book award in 2006, “East Eats West: Writing in Two Hemispheres,” and his latest, “Birds of Paradise Lost” a collection of short stories about Vietnamese refugees who struggle to remake their lives in America’s West. It has garnered raving reviews from Pulitzer Prize winners Robert Olen Butler and Oscar Hijuelos, and from writer Maxine Hong Kingston and won the Pen West Coast Award.
Lam’s awards include the Society of Professional Journalist “Outstanding Young Journalist Award” (‘93) “Best Commentator” in 2004, The Media Alliance Meritorious awards (‘94), The World Affairs Council's Excellence in International Journalism Award (‘92), the Rockefeller Fellowship, and the Asian American Journalist Association National Award (‘93; ‘95). He was a John S. Knight journalism fellow at Stanford 2001-02.
Lam, who was born in Vietnam and came to the US in 1975 when he was 11 years old was featured in the documentary “My Journey Home,” which aired on PBS nationwide in 2004.
A journalist and fiction writer and a media organizer Lam, who writes about immigrant experience with compassion and wit, and who is a keen observer of the East-West cultural spheres and their, can speak on many issues: the media business, career in writing and journalism, and what it means to be an immigrant to America in the 21st century. He’s working on a novel.
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