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Get Your Kids Back Strategy 2015 - Corporate policies, by which employees, impersonating public servants kidnap children from loving parents and homes based on fraud and perjury, to keep to targets and profits, are satanic - against God's laws of serving and protecting His children, humanity. The remedy is to stop and reverse such crimes and stop the corporation trading illegally, dishonourably by issuing a non-judicial Commercial Obligation Salvage lien by way of an affidavit of truth, giving notice of 10, 21 or 30 days to protest or rebut, failing which the remedy becomes law. Children are God-given to parents and families to be educated, nurtured, served and protected without corporate influences and violations of divine laws of Freewill, Non-interference & one-ness, according to the beliefs and cultures of their heritage and lands and forefathers, not for satanic rituals. All public service outside of consent is illegal trading. The Commercial lien process can stop the illegal traders from trading in all public services and seize their assets. The injured party issues an affidavit of truth of dishonour, Notice to Cease & Desist Trading, Notice of Dishonour, Notice of Acceptance of remedy and invites rebuttal, failing which the remedy sought becomes law without going to court. The only way to stop a lien from remedy is by a jury. Writ of Habeas Corpus releases all individuals from hostage situations such as forced care, forced adoptions, false sectioning under the Mental Health Act & false imprisonment.
You're either doing it in front of the kids or not.
Joining us at 8:50 is Claudia Lombana. Going back to school used to be a simple matter of choosing pens, pencils and a lunchbox. Now, getting your kids ready for school is a multiple choice quiz for deciding the best technology, fashions and trends to help make a student successful. From kindergarten to college, shopping expert Claudia Lombana is here to explain the hottest new trends and money-saving ideas for the new school year.
LOMBANA WILL REVEAL WHAT'S NEW FOR SCHOOL:
CREATIVE PREDICTIONS-Latest data and HOT new trends from #1 consumer expert
GET ORGANIZED FOR LESS-Simple ways to avoid stress that will have you hooked
FASHIONISTA FOR LESS -New looks and trends for back to school
Lombana regularly shares her insight and expertise with national television audiences and is the national shopping specialist for PayPal. Her tips and advice regularly appear in national publications, including The New York Times, USA Today and many others. The two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist and Peabody Award winner provides advice on topics ranging from shopping trends to fraud protection. As a journalist, she has traveled the world covering news stories for CNN, CBS, FOX, Tech TV and E! News.
Save The Kids Radio HipHop Power Hour Commemorating Black August!
Black August originated in the California penal system to honor fallen Freedom Fighters, Jonathan Jackson, George Jackson, William Christmas, James McClain and Khatari Gaulden. Jonathan Jackson was gunned down outside the Marin County California courthouse on August 7, 1970 as he attempted to liberate three imprisoned Black Liberation Fighters: James McClain, William Christmas and Ruchell Magee. Ruchell Magee is the sole survivor of that armed liberation attempt. He is the former co-defendant of Angela Davis and has been locked down for 38 years, most of it in solitary confinement. George Jackson was assassinated by prison guards during a Black prison rebellion at San Quentin on August 21, 1971. Three prison guards were also killed during that rebellion and prison officials charged six Black and Latino prisoners with the death of those guards. These six brothers became known as the San Quentin Six.
Along with this great topic, Kym Young will be co-hosting live from the NCWP Lammas Arts & Music Festival in Superior, WI!
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"The king will answer them, ‘I tell all of you[a] with certainty, since you did it for one of the least important of these brothers of mine, you did it for me." Matthew 25:40
This is the response every believer in Jesus Christ wants to hear. We have opportunities every day to serve someone, somehow in some way, but how often do we miss them? How many times are we so concerned about our own wants and needs that we fail to see the benefit in serving others?
Join us on this months Kingdom Kids Network as we discuss ways we can live a life of serving others while reaping the reward of The Masters approval. Share and invite others and feel free to visit our web page by going to: www.kingdomcomenet.com
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When was the last time you stopped and congratulated your kids? What did you congratulate them for? Was is at a special event or after a great accoplishment? Are we celebrating our kids for their achievements or for who they are? When was the last time someone celebrated you?
" For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope". (JEREMIAH 29: 11)
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This is a GREAT SPEECH! In his talk from 2013, former Secretary of State Colin Powell shares his personal thoughts on why it's so important to invest in children by giving them structure, responsibility, and a good start in life. He talks about how today's kids will be the next generation of leaders and he shares how the military helped to shape him into the man and the leader that he is today.
I can't imagine ever seriously asking my kids to stand at attention when the talk to me, but then again, I'm not a General and former world leader. And I certainly do see his point that our children's education begins well before we send them off to school.
He says: "I want to talk about young people and structure, young people and structure. This was last Wednesday afternoon at a school in Brooklyn, New York, at Cristo Rey High School, run by the Jesuits. And I was talking to this group of students, and take a look at them. They were around me in three directions. You'll noticed that almost all of them are minority. You'll notice that the building is rather austere. It's an old New York school building, nothing fancy. They still have old blackboards and whatnot. And there are about 300 kids in this school, and the school's been going now for four years, and they're about to graduate their first class. Twenty-two people are graduating, and all 22 are going to college. They all come from homes where there is, for the most part, just one person in the home, usually the mother or the grandmother, and that's it, and they come here for their education and for their structure."
This show is full of wisdom!
CeCe our great comedian and we have a talk about medicaid.