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Jeana Brown from Brunswick Georgia meets up in the kitchen with callers! First topic for mixing is Politcs, added with a dash of activism, storytelling, and a godly measure of common sense. What are we gonna get? A real Holiday Treat!
Join us at www.teamrural.com where you will be a member of this grassroots common sense movement. Find our Page on Facebook by typing Team Rural into the blue search bar and then "Like" our page and "Share" please with your friends. We will be happy to have you join us in the kitchen December 25th at Noon for a new recipe to change outcomes like #soicetalsystems #teamplayer Please share this link like wild flowers grow cause you just can't stop the spreading of a good recipe! #gottawhoilelottalove
Embattled rural progressive speaks about her first hand account; trials and tribulations of fighting the "Old Gaurd" and how in rurual Georgia 2014 it is still affecting their ability to organize around Obama's "Respect, Empower, and Include".
This week, the Rural Mobile and Broadband Alliance (RuMBA) USA released a whitepaper on satellite Internet service that finds that, when measured against the prevailing definition of broadband, satellite technology falls far short of conventional wired and wireless alternatives, mainly due to latency, bandwidth, price, performance and service shortcomings. Hear more details about the White Paper authored by Stephen Cobb. Rural America Radio gives voice to rural residents and those who wish to promote the well-being and economic growth of rural communities across the U.S. We bring you the very best in talk-show programming related to rural American affairs, by deliberately focusing on the use of technology, especially high-speed Internet, and healthy living. Rural America Radio is a project of the Rural Mobile & Broadband Alliance (rumbausa.com). Listeners may join the show and ask questions by dialing 646-378-1746.
Embattled rural progressive speaks about her first hand account; trials and tribulations of fighting the "Old Gaurd" and how in rurual Georgia 2014 it is still affecting her ability to organize around Obama's "Respect, Empower, and Include".
The question this week is not if Hillary will run in 2016, but can she run. Her latest scandals -- Saudi money being filtered through the Clinton Foundation and emails on private servers coupled with lame excuses -- add insult to the injury of Benghazi and Libya and more.
Communities writer Jim Eltringham discusses whether Hillary Clinton has a chance - not to win, but even be the 2016 Democratic nominee. Listen to a lively hour of discussion as Lisa and Jim discuss Hillary's chances for 2016 as well as discuss other possible Democratic Contenders including Elizabeth Warren, Vice President Joe Biden, former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and former Vice President Al Gore.
Their conclusions might suprise you.
When we think of Church and Spiritual Centers we usually think in terms of Communities of Faith. But what about creating communities which teach us how to properly put our faith into action? What about taking centers of faith and turning them in practice centers where people are taught how to overcome the problems in living out their faith and matters of spiritual advancement. It's not just about what we believe...it's about how we live. And all of us can use a little guidance in that dept! http://www.hermetictemple.com
Critical Conversations and Graceland bring this week's headlines to Communities Digital News and the CommDigiNews Hours. Critical Conversations at 6:30 p.m. with host Lisa Ruth and CDN senior political editor Jim Picht will be talking about the latest Supreme Court rulings and ObamaCare, ongoing talks on Iran and nuclear war, net neutrality, wrap up CPAC and the results of the straw poll that had Scott Walker (R-Wi) coming in just behind Rand Paul, (R-KY) the first participant since Ronald Reagan to win three consecutive CPAC straw polls.
Also being talked about this week are upcoming entertainment offerings with Entertainment Editor Terry Ponick and media and boxing expert Gayle Falkenthal including The Walking Dead and the cries over weather beloved character Daryl Dixon will be killed off by the end of the season. No way according to our CommDigiNews Poll.
We also have Dancing With The Stars returning this March and the upcoming Pacquiao vs Mayweather boxing match.
Our families are in trouble in these times and need stability in our communities to thrive. Economics is the the disscusion to talk about on what and what can we do to build brighter futures for families and to further the communities at large.
We need to know what to do to build economic wealth for ourselves, starting with entreprenurship and working together; that's one way to help build businesses and educate on how to do it., and right there in your communities.
The question for the day is: who, what, when, where and how do we get the people to come together to start the movement in economic development?
Come and Join me, Lardy Miss Clardy, and my Co- hosts, MsStory and Agape on a powerful conversation on building businesses to further the communities in economics.
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(JUST A DISCLAIMER to let you know we loose conncection at about 33 mins or so. We will have Part 2 ASAP to close)
Jessica Barrett shares her struggles organizing the powerful red county. The only red county south of the famous I-4 cooridor. She began a Young Dems of America Chapter in Polk, and a lil history folks so you can get your head wrapped around the courage this lady has. Big Ben HIll Griiffin, who built the "Gator Swampbowl" for the UF. He owns cattle, potassium farms, you name it. Well he has a Grandaughter named, Katherine Harris, (who grew up in Bartow Polk County) you may recall the name for she was the Sec of State of Fl who called the race for Bush against AL Gore in 2000. COincidence, we think not....
Jessica and I left a Purple county, just ready to claim it's voting rights, although voter suppresion and collusion to committ fraud was seen on 2010. Very powerful people control outcomes, but in the midterm 2010 we almost won a congressional race due to our high volunteerism and indeed Polk County was the ONLY County called out the night before the elction fro the exceptional work the county did. It was the people, and Jessica started the way. I can't wait to do this interview! Hope you will join us for encouragment on mid-terms and take away suggestions that worked for us In Florida 2010!
7:30 PM CST - Dr.Sally Broder, Psy. D.
Dr. Sally Broder is a licensed psychologist with offices in San Francisco and Los Altos, Ca.
She specializes in treating trauma and addictive disorders. She treats veterans and law enforcement personnel as well as adults and adolescents, generally. She also offers HorseSensing-Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy in her practice as well as part of a free veterans program.
She is a also treating Clinician for the National Football League Program for Substances of Abuse.
Additionally she is the founder and President of Chiron Concepts. Through this company she trains law enforcement personnel on topics related to the mental health of both offenders and law enforcement.
8:30 PM CST - Evaluating Our Criminal Justice System-Criminal Justice Reform-Medical Marijuana
We will discuss the Redeem Act.
Voting, one of the most important and basic rights we have in America, continues to be a matter of concern, conversation and controversy
Tonight on Critical Conversations host Lisa Ruth will be talking with Senior Political Editor Dr. Jim Picht and Communities Digital News staff writer Jim Eltringham about voting – what are American’s rights to vote, or not vote? Can the Government enact mandatory voting?
Are voting ID laws constitutional and will they stop voting fraud?
Why and Residents of US protectorates, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, vote in primaries but not elections?
They will be seeking the questions, and the answers, to these and other questions about every American’s most important and vital right – the right to form their democracy via their votes.
Read more at http://www.commdiginews.com/communities-digital-news-hour/critical-conversations-voting-in-america-what-does-it-mean-38637/