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The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who represent and defend licensed professionals. The licensing consultants interviewed in this monthly program, previously worked for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, and will represent and/or defend licensed professionals in cases involving the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Illinois Department of Public Aid and Illinois Department of Public Health.
Topics covered in this 30 minute show:
The process of becoming a physician in Illinois, the application outcomes
Several paths in the application process, by examination and by endorsement
Applicants coming from both domestic and international medical schools
Issues involved that may cause application delay or referral to prosecutions
Resolving application issues and the impact of withdrawing an application
Jacqueline Friedman-Stein is a professional licensing attorney, of counsel to the Chicago health law and litigation firm of Michael V. Favia & Associates, and formerly the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation as well as private law firms specializing in healthcare law and legal services in professional licensing. Jackie earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Colorado Boulder, her Juris Doctorate from Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, and her LLM in health law from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. For more information. You may also contact Jacqueline Stein for more information at (773) 631-4580 and by e-mail at email@example.com.
The Boilermakers try to make it two-in-a-row on Saturday, as they welcome in Illinois for Homecoming. On Gold and Black Radio, we'll analyze the matchup, with a conversation with News-Gazette beat writer Matt Daniels on the Illini. Plus, our breakdown, "Our Boys," predictions and more. And we feature junior Leroy Clark, who has made some big plays as a junior but is looking for more. Also, a conversation with Mets catcher Kevin Plawecki after his first season in the Big Leagues, one that ended just short of a World Series title.
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The church at large is still growing. We make mistakes. We sin. But we also repent and are changed by the grace of God and the power of the Holy Spirit. We as the church are broken people. As broken people the only way we can be fixed is to have the Holy Spirit reveal the areas in our lives that need to be healed and fixed. King David had this kind of attitude. David committed adultry (broken) but in Psalm 139:23-24; He says Search me, O God, and know my heart. Try me and know my thoughts, and see if there is any unrighteous way in me, and lead me to the way everlasting. David wanted to be righteous but he knew only God could expose his heart. White Christians rarely talk openly about racism, particularly their racism. Yet it exist. All predominately White churches should have a healthy discussion concerning racism. And if necessary,repent, for their racism. In the context of Christian love, the Civil Rights movement should have been sparked by White Christians. They should have called for equality for blacks and any oppressed people.The bible say's we are all one in Christ. Today's show will talk about why there is still racism in the Body of Christ and what we can do.
John and Combo laud America's Changing Religious Landscape, go after two priests under investigation, and advise against drinking bleach. John also went undercover at a Catholic discussion of today's social issues.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the events surrounding the boycotts and protest that are happening on the campus of Missouri. Missouri's president and chancellor quit but is that a victory for the Black students who attend college there? We will discuss Mizzou specifically but we also discuss the culture of racism that exist on all college campuses in the USA especially when European Americans are the majority on those campuses. Mizzou isn't an isolated incident nor does it location have anything to do with the culture of racism White supremacy that exist on all college campuses. What are the solutions to combatting these European campus devils? Join us.
The state of Illinois has been without a FY 2016 budget for nearly 4 months. While the Governor and Legislative Leaders have agreed to meet to begin to discuss a budget, significant damage has been done to local communities, clients and social service agencies. Hundreds of thousands of youth, elderly, people with disabilities, working poor—and the people who serve them—have been impacted by the cuts. Some social service agencies have cut programs and services while the need for the services have grown. Some private foundations have stepped in to try to fill the gaps by providing general operating support and other assistance. Even so, many agencies will have to close their doors and the people with the greatest needs will suffer more. Who will take care of the “Least of These”? Join the discussion with Michael Holmes, the Executive Director of the Illinois African American Family Commission, to share your views and recommendations.
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John and Combo object to the Indiana religious freedom law, celebrate with a basketball team affixing a Barbie doll to a crucifix, and mock a Christian, apple throwing gay basher.
With the racial tension being what it is today, it has me thinking about racism, and whether or not reverse racism exist. I often hear caucasians use this term when describing "angry/outspoken blacks. Conversely, I've heard blacks say that it's impossible for blacks to be racist? How do you define a racist?
Let's talk about it on Darryel's Daily Dialogue, "where positive words, manifest positive action."
The Enlightenism light continues to shine brightly on this hot button discussion on Spiritual Racism. Join Malcolm as he continues to shine light on the darkness of racism and its corollary affects on your spiritual development. #ourpowerlieswithin
Malcolm Kelly: Power of Mind Radio - "Power of Enlightenism to Overcome Spiritual Racism: (Part 2)" | Tuesday, November 17, 2015 | 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST | Listen Online:http://tobtr.com/8076101 | Call-In: (773) 897-6543
This week we take a look at a subject that is difficult, but necessary to discuss - racism in America. Have race relations improved since the Civil Rights Era? Or have we just made ourselves believe that things are better because we have the first African American president? Do we go overboard in "pulling the race card" or is it necessary? (Rescheduled from a previous date)
Minister Cynthia Marie Williams will be Dorothy Brown of the Illinois Cleark of the Circuts Courts. She will tell why the Federal goverment in invetagating her office at this time.She will talk about expongements crime , Child support, and how thw courts work You can go to her facebook page following this link for more information http://www.facebook.com/dorothy.brown.5036
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