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Tonight we expect a number of guests to call in and tell us what is happening in San Bernardino County. One of them is, Deorah Torres, of Kid 2 Kid Kloset, a 501 C3, which is specializing in helping needy families in the High Desert. Tune in tonight and find out how you can help this very worthwhile cause. Other subjects will also be discussed.
We have invited a number of people to join us tonight but have not as yet confirmed their appearance. For example we may hear about the Travis Bauer case and other issues involved in the Sheriff's Department and the race for Sheriff of San Bernardino County.
Sheriff Paul D. Schrader will be in transit to a speaking engagement in Victorville, for a Christian Concert at 17777 Nevada Street at 8:00 pm, so we may be talking with him from his car. We encourage all of our citizens in the county to call in and share events, comments, etc. with us tonight. After all this show is all about the residents of San Bernardino County.
Your can hear the show and talk on your computer or telephone. Our call in number is (347) 996-3116 and we are on every Monday night at 6:00 pm pacific time. To talk with the host just press "1" on your telephone. Our chat room will also be open. All programs are live but are recorded for future play. We encourage you to copy and share with your friends.
This week we will have our guest, Ken Holtz an investigative reporter, and a retired sheriff examine corruption within San Bernardino County. And as usual where there is corruption money is usually involved. Unfortunately the money involved is your money Mr. and Ms. Taxpayer! Sadly there is a lot of money and a lot of corruption within our County Government according to Mr. Holtz. You may see some of Mr. Holtz's articles on iEpolitics.
Mr. Holtz like many believes we must tackle the corruption within San Bernardino County head on by starting with the Sheriff's Department. The department has an annual budget of over $500,000,000 (your money), employs over 1600 deputies and has over 2,000 volunteers. Many feel the department is corrupt and mismanaged and the taxpayer bears the brunt of it. The real victims are the law abiding, taxpaying citizens of the county. Ken is a strong supporter of Paul D. Schrader for SBCO Sheriff.
We invite you to listen to "Ask Your Sheriff" on your computer or on the telephone. All shows are live but are recorded to be heard anytime in the future. Please feel free to copy and share.
Our chat room will be open during the entire show. We invite all your questions. Opposing points of view are welcomed.
What is going on in San Bernardiono County? There are probably things you do not like or understand, or perhaps you have a suggestion to fix a problem. We have no scheduled guests this week and we would like use the entire hour to hear from you.
Sheriff Paul appreciates hearing from you regarding the many issues facing us all. We are all concerned with abuse of power, over spending and many, many other issues. Many good suggestions come from county residents.
If you haven't called into the "Ask Your Sheriff" Show before you will find that Sheriff Paul is a very good listener and will tell you if he doesn't have the answer. Good, bad or indifferent you will always get the truth from Sheriff Paul D. Schrader.
Our call in number is; (347) 996-3116. You will need to press 1 on your telephone to speak with the host. Our Chat Room will be open.
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Join us tonight for a conversation on making San Bernardino County a better place to live. Our scheduled guest has not confirmed, but as always you can expect great conversation from Sheriff Paul D. Schrader and our callers. Upcoming events will also be announced. We air at 6 pm pacific time. You may listen to the show on your computer or telephone. Call is number is; (347) 996-3116, PRESS 1 on your telephone to speak with the host.
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Please join me Tues Sept 3rd at 11 am as we finish talking about The Song.
Song of Solomon 8:13 - says this.
O you who sit in the gardens, My companions are listening to your voice- Let Me hear it
Jesus is talking about the very dwelling places of the church, - and in the original language can be -inhabitress of the church (showing it to be The Bride Of Christ) believers, whose business it is to attend to the ministry of the Word, and dwelling here may talk about diligence which is approved of by The Lord Jesus Christ. To have a place in these gardens, and especially an abiding one, to whom Christ gives a place and a name here, are in no danger of being turned or driven out, as Adam was from Eden
. Angels are always waiting to hear The Voice Of the Lord to perform it. And people who will hear the voice of The Bride Groom, through the Bride of Christ- will be there also- on the mountains of spices- to have eternal communion with The Lord.
The Church longs for her Bridegroom to take her to the spicy mountains, or can be said mountains of spices to forever have communion with The Lord . Where there will be . fullness of joy, and pleasures forevermore.
Hurry , my Beloved , And be like a gazelle or a young stag on the mountains of spices.
Located in southwest Colorado, the San Juan Mountains boast six 14ers, thirteen 13ers and a number of other 12-thousand-foot peaks. Obviously this range offers up a ton of mountaineering options, to the IIAWT crew will have no problem filling the airwaves. A return special guest comes along for the ride to help the crew talk the San Juans.
In this episode you'll learn more about the Big Brothers and Big Sisters here in San Diego.
For more than 100 years nationally and 50 locally, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 7 through 18, in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
The Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better.
The Big Brothers Big Sisters Vision is for all children to achieve success in life.
Big Brothers Big Sisters AccountabilityBy partnering with parents/guardians, volunteers and others in the community we are accountable for each child in our program achieving: Higher aspirations, greater confidence, and better relationships Avoidance of risky behaviors Educational success Our Programs Start Something
Here's the proof. National research has shown that positive relationships between Littles and their Bigs have a direct and measurable impact on children’s lives. By participating in our programs, Little Brothers and Sisters are:
more confident in their schoolwork performance able to get along better with their families 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs 27% less likely to begin using alcohol 52% less likely to skip school.
Our German Ancestry
Hosted by: Robert Schlattmann
Almost 80 years ago, on November 9, 1933, Brooke Hart was kidnapped and murdered. He was the son Alexander Hart, the jew owner of Leopold Hart and Son Department Store in Santa Clara. The men who murdered Brooke Hart were Thomas Harold Thurmond and John M. Holmes. They were lynched at 9:00pm on Sunday, November 26, 1933. Those who participated in the lynching consisted of the general public with varied backgrounds. No one was ever prosecuted for the lynching of the two men.
Our German Ancestry
Hosted by: Robert Schlattmann
Almost 80 years ago, on November 9, 1933, Brooke Hart was kidnapped and murdered. He was the son Alexander Hart, the jew owner of Leopold Hart and Son Department Store in Santa Clara. The men who murdered Brooke Hart were Thomas Harold Thurmond and John M. Holmes. They were lynched at 9:00pm on Sunday, November 26, 1933. Those who participated in the lynching consisted of the general public with varied backgrounds. No one was prosecuted for the lynching of the two men. I want to devote more time and thought for this topic. I think there's something more sinister happening here. While the lynching of criminals is acceptable at times, there may be other motives at play that have no relation to justice. The media incited this mob action and one might ask who made those decisions and why. The media also knew about their overwhelming power to shape public opinion that served their purpose for the moment. I suspect a criminal act of greater significance was perpetrated against the public by the media. Today we know our media is corrupt and doesn't serve the public interest.