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Join us for our first segment State of the Union, as we address the new state law that aims to limit how long public assistance will be dispensed. Is this positive or pejorative? Join the conversation.
Our second segement - Behind Closed Doors: She's gotta have it...just like him. Can today's woman be more bold and forthright about sex and promiscuity? Is it about morality? Is it independence? Just what is it?
We want to hear from you. Call in and share your views.
Today's program will be the second in a series of programs we intend to produce over the next year dealing with the various levels of child trafficking and prostitution. Our purpose in producing this series is to inform and educate the public of this growing global issue. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson recently stated and I quote " The commercial sexual exploitation of children remains a serious problem and we must come together to tackle this problem and protect our children". Last month we interviewed Michael Fairfax of the Justice and Soul Foundation.
On today's program we'll interview Dr. Lois Lee, Founder and President of Children of The Night, the oldest, largest organization combating child trafficking, Carlyn Sampson program coodinator of Rebuilding Hope/sexual assault center of Piece County Washington, Noel Gomez co-founder of Seattleops the Organization For Prostitution Survivors and Sophia Sanders the Director of programs and operations of Stolen Youth
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On The Line - Public Interest News which debuts on June 9th through the 13th and presents a variety of subjects of worldwide public interest from the humorous and entertaining to some of the most serious issues confronting people in varying parts of the world today - from basic health needs such as food, water and medicine to international crime.
We'll conduct interviews with people from around the world who are committed to confronting and mitigating the various issues vital to our global audience.
And we'll present the information in a compelling, educational, objective and non-ideological manner. Our first program will feature the interesting story behind Major League Baseball and The Big Chew.
Rich Gehlhausen conducts an in depth interview with Matthew Fairfax, one of the founders of the Justice and Soul Foundation, confronting the global sexual exploitation of children and human trafficking. Be sure to tune into On The Line - Public Interest News on June 12th at 4:00 PM PT
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On The Line Public Interest News is Managed and directed through Storytellers Campfire Radio
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Show for Justice and Soul will air On Friday, June 12, 2015 at 4:00 PM Pacific Time
BustED Pencils begins its weekly broadcast live from Michelangelo's coffee house.
The People's Press Conference
On Tuesday, June 30, public education supporters from throughout the state will unite in Madison for a press conference at 11:00 am in the Senate Parlor, followed by a reception to show appreciation for legislators who signed on to LRB-2356 and/or LRB-2357 (Our Children Act and the Special Education Restoration Act).
Following the Capitol event please join Jed and Tim at Michelangleo's coffee house on state street to participate in a live broadcast of BustED Pencils.
Can welfare reform end poverty in America? Peter Ferrara believes it can. Peter is a great article writer and a great contributer to Forbes! Peter has writen numerous articles about many different subjets of interest. Do not be surprised if he wakes you up to what welfare reform will mean to our country as a whole. Come listen to Peter Ferrara speak and answer questions that anyone may have about how our government spends over a trillion dollars a year on welfare! Call in and share your two cents on this issue. Call in at 1-347-677-1837.
The passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) in 1996 changed the way the federal government finances cash welfare to low-income families. Instead of a matching grant, states receive a set amount of federal funds in the form of a block grant with no adjustments for inflation, caseload numbers, or state spending. Social assistance programs, however, tend to experience increased demand in recessions – more people require assistance from the government during difficult economic times. To meet increased demand, states have to increase spending, but recessions usually bring lower revenues to states, requiring some cuts to discretionary spending. Analysts were concerned that PRWORA’s change to a block grant would jeopardize social spending during times of state fiscal stress and cause states to disproportionately cut welfare spending during recession.
Tune into the Ron and Don Show as we take listeners on a historic step-by-step lay out of the hustle for public safety money and how, by the evidence of the latest murders, it has not worked in Minneapolis. From July 25 to July 26 (24 hours), two people died from gunshots, many more injured. Ron and Don will discuss how to end this tragic violence, but also point fingers at the organizations that have sold out the black community in favor of a working friendship that is more dysfunctional then a duck with rabbit ears. As always, the phone lines will be open.
Hosts: Darren Weeks, Nancy Levant
COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://governamerica.com/radio/radio-archives/19712-govern-america-june-27-2015-public-executives
Stormy days, rainy nights, flooded out and under water. We talk about our adventures with recent storms, which cause us to revisit the issue of FEMA floodplain mapping, the National Flood Insurance Program, and how these programs are progressively being used to take away private property rights. Also, EPA and pesticides, highways for bees, water sales, and global warming doctors. Public administration and governance. Agenda 21 depopulation, mandatory vaccinations, control of food, and meals that glow in the dark. Greece-IMF negotiations at a standstill. Free Trade Fast-Track speeds through as Congressional traitors take money for their "yes" votes. Jobless claims up, while American standards of living, savings, and homeownership are down. Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Luis Almagro Lemes gives speech in which he talked about transparency, among other things. Why hasn't anyone ever heard of the OAS, apart from our listeners? Why are the agreements always kept from the people?
Married couples often seek to correct each other, not realizing what they say and do may be hurtful. We'll examine three cases today: in the first one, a husband is concerned about his wife's obesity, and his intention is to remind her to stick to a diet, but his constant, public reminders about her weight only makes her feel humiliated. In the second case, the wife, a college professor, keeps correcting her husband's grammar. He is head of a community organization a often is asked to speak, but sometimes mispronounces words. She says she's trying to help him. He says she's arrogant and condescending.
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The Fear of Public Speaking (About EFT); What Will They Think?
Everyone knows that the fear of public speaking is one of the most predominant fears, even rivaling the fear of death itself! But simply knowing that the thought of speaking to a group or audience, especially about EFT, can give you the butterflies and makes your palm sweat is not enough to do anything more than perpetuate the fear. This fear can make or break an EFT business when the concern and fear about speaking publicly has to do with speaking about what they do. What is the best way to describe EFT and what it does and how it works? What if they ask me a question about it I can't answer? What if they are a real skeptic and I can't respond in the right way?
Public speaking, just like any other fear, can be overcome. Getting clear on how you speak about the tapping work you do is a critical skill and in fact a necessity to have a thriving EFT business,
Tune into the EFT Marketing and Business Academy podcast hosts, Alina Frank and Craig Weiner as they provide useful insights and tips on how to resolve this key issue.
Model Angela and Houston ReRe go in with weekly gossip, caller feedback, and more! Also call-in to discuss this week's topic at 347-202-0389. Featured Topic: "Relationships: What's Public vs What's Private" Have A Topic You Want The Team To Talk About? Contact Them At: https://www.facebook.com/GlitzAndGlamourRadio
Married couples often seek to correct each other, not realizing what they say and do may be hurtful. We'll examine three cases today: In the first one, a husband is concerned about his wife's obesity, and his intention is to remind her to stick to a diet, but his constant, public reminders about her weight only makes her feel humiliated. She says he is insulting and cruel. He says he's merely trying to keep her healthy. In the second case, the wife, a college professor, keeps correcting her husband's grammar. As head of a community organization, he's often asked to do public speaking, sometimes mispronounces wordss or uses incorrect grammar She says she's only trying to help his career. He says she's arrogant and condescending. In the third case, the husband says he is uncomfortable because his wife is always ignoring him and striking up a conversation with strange men whenever they go out in public. The wife says she is just friendly, and her husband is not a talker, so when they go out to dinner or an event, he's just sitting quietly, and she doesn't want to be bored. How do you think each couple should resolve their conflict.?