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FCC set to drop ban on f-word, nudity on television and radio stations nationwide They are seeking public comments; make your voice count!
April 8, 2013 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced it is considering dropping current broadcast decency standards that ban explicit profanity and "non-sexual" nudity. You can read the press release from the FCC here.
Specifically, if enacted, the new FCC policy would allow network television and local radio stations to air the f-word, the s-word and to allow programs to show frontal female nudity, even during hours when they know children will be watching and listening. It is accepting comments on the proposal from the viewing public until the end of April.
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Philo Taylor Farnsworth was an American inventor and television pioneer. Although he made many contributions that were crucial to the early development of all-electronic television, he is perhaps best ...
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A child’s special needs diagnosis affects the whole family. Parents find themselves struggling with grief, anxiety, depression, exhaustion, and even an unexpected sense of relief. This gamut of emotions can be confusing for ministry leaders as they work with families; it can be difficult to know what to do and how to help.
Join host Katie Wetherbee as she interviews Barb Dittrich, Executive Director of Snappin’ Ministries. Barb will share information from her experiences working with parents—and from her own journey as a mom. You’ll come away with practical ideas for supporting parents, as well as clear insight on the process of parenting a child with disabilities. She will illuminate listeners about the effect of disabilities on marriages and sibling relationships as well.
Katie is an educational consultant for Hope Educational Consulting who works with churches, families, and schools. She is also a writer; her articles have been featured on the MOPS and Power of Moms blogs as well as the Huffington Post and in KidzMatter Magazine. Katie is currently the special needs columnist for Children’s Ministry Magazine. In addition, she and author Jolene Philo are currently writing a book called Every Child Welcome, which will be published in April 2015. Katie and her husband, Tom, live in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, with their teenagers and a quirky mutt named Mitzie.
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Aeon-PI Phlo would like to talk about some of the advancements we have to offer the planet and how people can get involved in what we are doing now.
Aeon Pi is doing in a project that is going to be filmed at different locations and at different stages. The film will be a documentary (as well as case by case study and with follow up feeds and live streams) called the Living Documentary he will be raising funds to make this happen. It is going to be sharing the many ways we can shift the tide to sustainable to living sustainable. We will be filming each phase of the projects from start to finish. Projects that will be completed by volunteers and those who want to learn to become sustainable, free, healthy, wealthy or more real as well.
Water is an important part of our environment and we will be introducing the many ways in which you can begin to work with water right now. Ways you can bring water into your life and have it provide you the thousands of benefits it has hidden inside it.
We will be building a Tesla pyramid and also introducing our Ozone Tubes and other water devices in the land projects. We are going to show from water samples before and after exactly what can happen when you bring balance to your environment.
The Ozonetube is our new product that we are going to kick start a fundraiser for Next month.
Aeon-PI Family of Phlo a living free man without Prejudice.
Sustainable Research Director,
Other places to find me:I work with Global groups to Provide Local Changes
Leaving alone for now the Way of the Essenes, do you know your way? Mahatma for the “high-souled” Gandhi gives us clear directions: “the best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Now we know that losing the self is the goal, how do we get there? What path do we take? The Buddha’s fourth Noble Truth does state that there is, in Truth, a path to the end of suffering. As it happens, both Tao and Torah, words which sound curiously alike, mean “the way, the teaching.”
Also “high-souled,” the Essenes specialized in “being the change they wished to see in the world.” The earliest mention of this venerable tribe is by Jewish philosopher Philo of Alexandria (c. 20-54 CE), noting their concerns with piety, their dedication to honesty, their sense of community and their sacred vision of freedom. Since the recent discoveries of the Dead Sea Scrolls, a new interest was sparked in the Essenes and, through them, in the Hebrew Torah as a possible Wisdom Path, that is, as a way to losing the self. Yet, little is known about the other ways in which the same Hebrew Torah was received by the other tribes that existed next to the Essenes, at the time of Jesus. This difference in sensibility will be what we will focus on Sunday.
This meeting will be as passionate as ever, as we will learn from the Essenes how to express the beauty we love to do: using our newly revealed archetypal and multifocal XPR lens to re-frame a new understanding of our collective religious history. We will open to a new potential for Biblical understanding, that is, an understanding of the Self. We know that 2000 years ago—at the time of Jesus, the Torah (the Five Books of Moses) was read in twelve main ways, by twelve tribes named after their clan names. Here is where it becomes really interesting: what if each tribe was...
1st HOUR: Law and Disorder Radio is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government.
On March 8th 1971, a group of anonymous individuals calling themselves the Citizen’s Commission to Investigate the FBI, broke into an FBI field office in Media, Pennsylvania.
Guest – Johanna Hamilton, director of the film 1971. She also co-produced Pray the Devil Back to Hell, which won Best Documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2008 and was shortlisted for an Academy Award. Johanna has produced nonfiction programs for PBS, The History Channel, National Geographic, A&E, Discovery Channel, and The Washington Post/Newsweek Productions, including September’s Children, a documentary for PBS exploring how children around the world are affected by terrorism and war.
2nd Hour: As aired 11 Feb. KZYX Studios, Philo, CA Listen to Diane Johnstone and Jeff Blankfort discuss Charlie Hebdo, once Left, like Left, now backs government, NATO actions against targeted rulers;' “free expression” limited post attack; notes West allied with religious states against secular ME rulers; says Abu Ghraib radicalizes Muslim youth more than poor economy or colonial history; compares ISIS appeal to that in '48 for Israel; re Ukraine, media's anti-Russian propaganda, distortion of Ukranian history, worse than ever as is danger of nuclear war; cites rush to accuse Putin of shooting down airliner, recent blackout of Sarkozy's defense of Russian position.
Laurie Wallin strives every day to live out her message for families: that no matter the challenge, in Jesus they can have joy and confidence. Get Your Joy Back, is full of practical and biblical insights and strategies to help parents recognize and shed the resentments that leave them spiritually, emotionally, and socially drained. Wallin meets readers right where they are, sugar-coating nothing, but addressing issues with honesty, humor, and—above all—hope.
“The world needs this book. I need this book. Get Your Joy Back is a communion from which all special needs parents should partake. Read it and expect to be validated, encouraged, challenged, and spurred on.” —Gillian Marchenko, author of Sun Shine Down: A Memoir
“If you need to get your joy back—and what parent of a child with special needs doesn’t at some point in life?—Laurie Wallin’s encouraging book is the place to make it happen.” —Jolene Philo, author of Different Dream Parenting
Join us on Tuesday, December 9, at 12 noon (ET) for a special Holiday Show!
Host Vangie Rodenbeck will be interviewing Jolene Philo, author of Different Dream Parenting: A Practical Guide to Raising a Child with Special Needs.
Learn how the church can help provide a little "peace on earth" this Christmas season for families with special needs. Call in at 424-258-9286 to ask questions and to share your ideas. Or join our live chat at cmconnect.org.
Stories and allegories of Thaddeus, St, Jude, Labbaeus
The cited sources for the following are:
Miracles & Encounters
Teachings of Jesus
The Last Days
As told by Thaddeus, Jude, Labbaeus on his, reported, death bed.
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Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves we will be chatting with Leigh McCloskey about Art, transformation and healing. We will also delve into the realms of archetype, personal mythology, and the MUSE. Which is our (Art 4 All People's) Arts and Healing exhibition MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing. at Commonweal in Bolinas, CA.
In many ways Leigh J. McCloskey is a modern Renaissance Man. His interest, knowledge, study and learning ranges from art, music, history, religion, mythology, philo-Sophia and esotericism to string theory, quantum physics and the multidimensional nature of consciousness. He has deeply studied Hermeticism, Alchemy and Kabbalah and has hosted twice weekly philosophical salons at his home, Olandar, for over thirty years. He has written, illustrated and published six books. He lectures both nationally and internationally and has given numerous talks and presentations of his holographic art and visual philosophy. Leigh has contributed numerous essays on topics ranging from William Blake and the Heroic Imagination, the Archetypal Tarot & the Kabbalah, to Jacob Boehme and Theosophical Thought.
Leigh is also an accomplished actor whose professional career has spanned four decades. His life and works reveal remarkable artistry, vision and discipline and are a reminder that we are far more interesting than we have lead ourselves to believe. He founded Olandar Foundation for Emerging Renaissance (OFFER) as a seed idea meant to awaken our deepest knowing and to stimulate the emerging waters of imaginative renaissance & rebirth.
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