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Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say every day, Monday through Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Rick Fisher, Senior Fellow on Asian Military Affairs for the International Assessment and Strategy Center, joins the show to discuss events going on in Hong Kong & Chinese Military.
Clare Lopez, Vice President for Research & Analysis with the Center for Security Policy,joins the show to discuss ISIS and other security threats.
Eleven year old, Victoria Lopez launched a youth inspired Kids radio show that started Saturday, August 23, 2014 on KCOH (1230 am), from 9am to 10am. We will talk to her about her inspiration and what is it like to start so young.
Janel Martinez is a multimedia journalist. Martinez currently serves as Content Producer at NewME, a customizable support platform that transforms cool ideas into great businesses. She will talk to us about creating content for a niche audience.
Doug Winnie will give us the weekly coaching tip. Hosted by Nolen Davis and Barbara Pender.
Tonight I have Enrique Santana calling from Tampa Florida, The Biggest Walking dead Group creater on Facebook.
You want to JOIN his Group here is his link https://www.facebook.com/groups/DEADWALK5/
We talk zombies and more zombies and of course the walking Dead... Tune in if you like to hear zombie talk...
Science vs. Spirituality: A Supernatural Dilemma
No thinking human being disregards or disrespects the role of science and its innumerable contributions to humankind. However, its legitimacy does not negate the beliefs of those who seek truth and understanding beyond the narrow confines established by a community with a tendency to dismiss anything that cannot be proved by its current methodology. Such is the case with skeptics who null and void all supernatural experience, as if it is not a part of the grand equation. Perhaps those who remain closed to the possibilities should consider the potential for discovery; the virtual foundation of all scientific inquiry. Its existence is not predicated upon the say-so of others. Rather than declaring paranormal activity an illusion perpetrated by the imagination on itself, or some complex mind/body interaction, consider another explanation. A suggestion: perhaps the time has arrived for the scientific-minded among us, those who frequently attempt to invalidate such experience, to consider that they might not yet grasp the notion.
Is it entirely implausible that “reality” is more fluid and malleable a concept than science allows? Case in point: The Deep Field. In 2004 NASA aimed a camera, The Hubble Space Telescope, into what they presumed to be “dark space”, a black void in the cosmos. It was not expected to yield any particular return on the effort. Instead, what was revealed through a series of photographs expanded the human consciousness in unimaginable ways, fundamentally altered by a burgeoning concept of the Universe. Scientists gasped while the rest of us stared in wide-eyed wonder.
The NNIA network presents Recovery Radio Fresno with Dwyane Wilson and guest Jessie Lopez, a born again Christian, willing to share his past experiences, and his faith in god, a message you don't want to miss! Sit back, Relax, and Enjoy
in Pop Culture
Shannon's guest this week, Korina Lopez, is an accomplished journalist who has worked for media giants such as USA TODAY and The Washington Post. She is a reporter, critic, online producer, social media strategist and video host. She has covered a number of noteworthy artists, and has earned the title of "pop-culture pundit." In addition to pop culture, Lopez tries to shine a light on cultural and social issues and give a voice to those who can't afford a publicist.
Korina created and produced the USA TODAY music-video franchise, Studio A. She was the co-author of a weekly column, On the Verge, about emerging music artists, and she has spent her entire career reporting about lifestyle and entertainment. Korina holds a Bachelor's of Arts in both English and Eastern Religion from The College of William and Mary and a Masters of Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their personal inspiration and passions. Find Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter - The Authentic Woman. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor and website professional Michael Lowndes at www.pmlmedia.com.
Coming to the MMEh show this week is one of the most controversial and polarizing men in MMA history. Some love him and some hate him but everyone has to respect Mr.KOTC Tony Lopez. We will be sure to touch on his entire career so make sure you don't miss it!
First howevr we are joined by a rising star in MMA, You got to hear about him last week by the lovely Amanda Bobby Cooper but now it is time for him to take the spotlight. Team SFS founder James David Gray will be opening the show live at 8:00 EST. James will be taking part in the Next XFCI tournament but we will discuss everything that lead up to that and the unique relationship between him and Amanda
Make ure you don't miss what is sure to be a unique edition of The MMEh Show!
in Self Help
KML Design Solutions was created by Kelley Lopez at a point in her life when it was time to do some serious soul searching about how she wanted to contribute to the world. She’d spent her 20’s & 30’s raising a son and working to help build someone else’s business. While she felt lucky to be a key player in building a successful business and found the work very rewarding, it wasn’t her calling. After having renovated several investment homes and doing some interior design work for friends as a favor, it was clear that interior design is a something that Kelley has a passion for and comes naturally. Cut to 2010 and her son is now grown and doing well and Kelley has found herself in need of starting something new. She got her education from Interior Design Institute in Newport Beach and is a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. She has enjoyed helping her clients’ realize their dreams of having a beautifully designed space. Her mission is to improve the lives of people by helping create beautiful, functional and comfortable spaces in the most cost effective manner while making the design process fun.
Kelley is also a professional singer. Something she’s been doing since childhood when her Mother taught her and her sisters how to harmonize. Her singing career has happened organically. She was offered a job to sing background with a large group for New Year’s Eve in 2004 and she’s been working ever since. She has a single on iTunes called “Where Does The Love Go” under the name Kelley Marie.
Kelley’s dream is to start a non-profit that donates furniture and housewares, and teaches life skills to people transitioning from halfway houses and battered women’s shelters.
This week, Gene & Russell will be joined by the Executive Director of the Hispanic Leadership Fund, Mario H. Lopez to discuss recent policy conclusions that indicate skilled immigrants can stimulate economic growth for our nation.
The Institute for Policy Innovation has just released a report that concludes that that wages rise fastest in U.S. cities with the greatest influx of highly skilled immigrants. Findings indicate that U.S. cities with the greatest increase of immigrants specializing in the STEM professions (science, technology, engineering and math) between 1990 and 2010 saw an increase in wages for college-educated, native-born Americans by 7 percentage points, and 3 percentage points for the non-college-educated population.In other words, skilled immigrants are good for the economy AND for your pocketbook.
Plus, we'll recap the week that was in NY Politics, including the Smith / Halloran Corruption Trial!
As requested by @MidguidedDesire, our listener/caller Kirsten, we had a Naya Rivera/Santana Lopez tribute show! The songs you heard at the top of the show were a montage of three songs Naya sang on Glee: "Songbird," "Rumor Has It/Someone Like You," and "So Emotional." I picked these via tweets I recieved on favorite Naya songs from Glee.
Note: We got cut off right at the end.
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