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  • 01:08

    ESSENTIALS OF UNDERSTANDING MASONIC ADJUSTMENTS

    in Lifestyle

    Have we actually had a fall from grace? If we have it has left freemasonry not as icon but relic. We have let the mirror of time hide an enriched philosophical environment behind a dusty mantle. If we read the opinions of freemasonry over the centuries we quickly realize this observation is not new.  By 1740, the idea of being a doppelganger of the Royal Society had already fallen out of favour. It is difficult to imagine that idea has such gravitas that the drift away from the appeal of thoughtful, meaningful discussion has taken us three hundred years down the road before this period of market adjustment is forcing us to rethink what this means to our future.


    We are way past the problems of being thin skinned and muscular in our defence of the status quo. The ice is already cracking under foot but somethings need to be said about changing the narrative and making adjustments inclusive of our fraternal principles.  


    We loose ground everytime buffoonery goes unchallenged.  Here in Canada we are known for our good manners and friendliness. We are tolerant, quiet managers of change. These are the traits needed most to help our fraternity and our Grand Lodges. Many of the sources we drew upon to replenish the Order are gone.  Migration from country to city has accelerated. Economics require most young couples to both work. Retirement savings are being wiped out by global banking trends. Women are equals in form  but are paid substandard wage. Owning a house is a dream many couples will never achieve. Marriage is not expected. Divorce is. We are living longer, and becoming dependent on others. Canada has grown into a multicultural country, where we want new-comers to learn our languages and accept the culture of Canada.  The good life still requires sacrifice and effort.


    It is about preserving three essential ideas. We cannot live as yesterday and we can adjust. We must.

  • 02:39

    Congrats to North Korea? - Where is Mt Rushmore? - Women caused their own rapes?

    in Politics

    Hr1  Jimmy Kimmel asks people on the street to congratulate North Korea for their recent nuclear bomb test... and they DO it!


    Xander Gibb weighs in on the issues of the day, LGBT high school, segregation, and the agenda to divide Americans.


    No more bacon for French Burger King. Going halal for Muslims.


    And Xander talks about Barack Obama's (affectionately referred to as Baz!) love of America?  


    Hr2   Ohio State University says marching band can no longer discipline members who aren't team players.... oh, and pushups are physical abuse.


    Do Americans know what country Mt. Rushmore is in? Will they admit they don't know? Don't count on it... Mark Dice is the man on the street.


    And Jesse Watters asks if people know who Bernie Sanders is. 


    Hr3  Mayor of Cologne blames women for being molested by Arab and N. African immigrants. You can't make this stuff up. Instead of making citizens change their behavior, maybe they should deport these people who supposedly came for a better life but are unable to assimilate and follow the laws of the land!


    Swedish woman feels sorry for Iraqi refugee who raped her while she slept on a train! What is wrong with these people?!?!


    Should the U.S. adopt Australia-style gun "buy back"?


    Mr. President: Disarm #ISIS, Not Us! Liberals share a hatred for America & exceptionalism. While the president "pretends" to fight radical Islam, making us look weak.


    And Obama vetoes defunding Planned Parenthood. A montage of the PP lies...

  • 00:30

    What are your holiday entertaining essentials in a small space?

    in Design

    The space dilemma can be extremely frustrating when entertaining family and friends during the holidays.


    Is your extended family growing and your house is still the same size? Yeah, we have that challenge, too.


    We've invited Kim Lewis, the powerfully creative lead designer behind more than 120 homes for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, and is the designer for FYI's 'Tiny House Nation.'


    When The Washington Post asked Kim how to max storage in a small space, Kim answered:


    "Storage can come in all shapes and sizes. I say let's get creative with your furniture. You can use things like vintage suitcases stacked as your side tables...Each suitcase is a storage space. Storage ottomans work well as a linen closet! For food storage, I suggest a butcher cart in the kitchen, with bins below -- I have a tiny kitchen, and this is what I do! Also acts as a great island when you're prepping food. For outdoor gear, I have suspended a wood pallet from the ceiling with eye hooks."


    Theresa challenged Kim's holiday entertaining creativity with a 1-cubic-foot box challenge. What would you pack in a 1-cubic foot box that are your holiday entertaining essentials?

  • 01:31

    Trucker's Life on the Road - Road trip essentials to keep comfortable

    in Work

    As we all know, a lot of drivers are out on the road for weeks at a time sometimes even months! This can feel like an eternity if you are not properly outfitted in your truck! Lets talk about the Trucker's Life on the Road - Comforts and Uncomforts. The essentials for your road trips in order to keep happy and focused more on the road, and not thee though of loosing your mind in your truck. As always, drive safe, and call us LIVE 516-387-1911 we always appreciate your calls! 

  • 00:29

    The Ins and Outs of Equine Massage

    in Hobbies

    in this episode, Beverly Brady discusses her massage school, Midwest Natural Healing for Animals, how it has affected her life, and how one can get started in equine massage.

  • 01:00

    Dangers of EMFs - The greater vulnerability of children and infants and toddlers

    in Health

    Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Devra Davis will discuss electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) and the greater health risk to children, infants and toddlers.


    Dr. Devra Davis founded the non-profit Environmental Health Trust in 2007 in Teton County, Wyoming, to provide basic research and education about environmental health hazards and promote constructive policies. Devra Davis’ career has spanned all areas of academia, public policy, and scientific research. She is the author of more than 190 scientific publications, editor of 11 books, and has written two best-selling books. Dr. Davis is one of the most vocal and credible voices warning about the dangers of cell phone radiation.

  • 00:23

    Panera 2.0 Is Working

    in Finance

    “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” made all the money, but shares of Walt Disney hit a 52-week low on fears over continued cord-cutting.  SolarCity plunges 25% as government incentives get cut. Panera Bread shares rise as the company’s 2.0 Initiative is showing results. Plus, we discuss “The Big Short” and the Mount Rushmore of Pixar films.

  • 01:39

    GBBLive Podcast: Memphis Grizzlies All-Star Snubs/Jeff Green's Recent Resurgence

    in Basketball

    Don't look now, but the Memphis Grizzlies are one of the hottest teams in the entire NBA! How are they doing it, and should it change expectations of the season moving forward? This and much more with Host Joe Mullinax and his guests on an all-new episode of GBBLive, the signature podcast of SB Nation's Grizzly Bear Blues!


    Joe and GBB Managing Editor Chris Faulkner will talk about everything Grizzly in the first segment of the program, entitled "Grizzly Bear News." In the second segment, Joe will be joined by Ryan Glover of Blu3WorldOrder.com and they will discuss the age-defying Zach Randolph and Dave Joerger's lineup decisions. Finally, in the third segment of the show, CBSSports.com basketball writer Matt Moore chats with Joe about Marc Gasol's (alleged) All-Star snub and the next few games for the Memphis Grizzlies.


    All this and Fan Essentials Trivia for your chance at a one-month subscription on an all-new Grizzly Bear Blues Live Thursday, February 4th at 6:30 PM CT! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive and be sure to subscribe to the podcast on ITunes! "See" you on Thursday night, Grizz Nation!

  • 00:28

    Neil Haley Interviews Author and Life Coach Mike Gellman

    in Education

    Mike Gellman, M.S. is a seasoned organizational consultant, coach, and trusted confidante. For over 15 years Mike has devoted his career to helping employees and leaders achieve their potential in corporate and nonprofit environments. Mike most recently established a career coaching and development center for the Southern California Gas Company which has over 8,000 employees. Are you stuck in your career? Do you want to advance within your company, but can't seem to figure out how to chart a path to success and fulfillment while navigating obstacles along the way? Mike takes the mystery out of unspoken rules of engagement that every employee should know about moving around within your company. He offers an insider's perspective and shares a behind-the-scenes look into key factors that effective employees master.


    www.amazon.com/Pipe-Dreams-Pipelines-Career-Success/dp/1497576563


    In his book, Pipe Dreams: 7 Pipelines of Career Success, he discusses essentials for your success including how to:



    Clarify your purpose and discover your passion
    Prepare for getting what you want
    Identify your preferences and interests

  • 01:00

    Healing Breast Cancer Naturally

    in Health

    Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Véronique Desaulniers will discuss healing breast cancer naturally.


    Dr. Véronique Desaulniers, better known as Dr. V, has maintained successful practices in the wellness field since 1979. Because of her passion for health and wellness, Dr. V undertook extensive studies in energy medicine, specializing in chiropractic, bio-energetics, Meridian Stress Analysis, homeopathy, and digital thermography. After 30 years in active practice, she decided to “retire” and devote her time to sharing her story and journey with breast cancer. Her experience led to the recently released book, Heal Breast Cancer Naturally: 7 Essential Steps to Beating Breast Cancer.

  • 01:00

    The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free

    in Health

    Dana Laake and her special guest Dr. Hyla Cass will discuss the addicted brain and how to break free.


    Dr. Hyla Cass graduated from the University of Toronto School of Medicine, interned at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, and completed a psychiatric residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, UCLA. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. Dr. Cass appears often as a guest on national radio and television, including The Dr. Oz Show, E! Entertainment, and The View, and in national print media. She is the author of several best-selling books including: Natural Highs, 8 Weeks to Vibrant Health, Supplement your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About Nutrition, and her ebook, The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free.