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"While old habits are hard to break, these numbers show that a dramatic shift is underway in the mind-set of prosecutors handling nonviolent drug offenses. I believe we have taken steps to institutionalize this fairer, more practical approach such that it will endure for years to come,This is a topic that ought to be engaged in by our nation, informed by the experiences we see in Colorado, Washington. "There is, I think, a legitimate debate to be had on both sides of that question on where marijuana should be in terms of scheduling."
AG Holder NJ
LIVES IN LAY-AWAY
Mission Launch - Teresa and Lauren Hodge
PAID The CRIME Still Doing The TIME
Juvenile Life Without Parole PT. 2
MILLER v. Alabama
JACKSON v. State
Defining Shepardizing - Old school, New school Same Rules
News that Matters The Dea privileges of Many
Cases-in-law So many case included. Why are they important?
Prisoner's Perspective – First steps in fighting your case by Gerald Cashwell
Virtual Siteseeing Tour Bus goes to: How To Shepadize website and the National Organization of Victims of Juvenile Lifers (NOVJL),
UN - RIDDLE – The Brennan Center for Justice - What caused the Crime Decline?
Inclosing - #n2codes
Preview - Mindset Management Monday presents Lives in Lay-Away
Even though God gave His people very strict guidelines to follow in order to live a righteous life and obtain everlasting fellowship with Him in Heaven, society tends to make excuses for living in a perpetual state of unrepentant sin. Please join me on “The Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of our special on “The 10 Commandments” and how they’re applicable to our everyday lives in regards to: friends, family, politics and entertainment. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “Real Radio that Matters”.
What happens when you are living a Psychic Life? Do you ever shut it off or down? Do you tell others about your gift or do you remain silent? Tonight I'll discuss guidelines on how to maintain your sanity and keep peace in your newfound or longtime Psychic Life.
All chefs know that the secret to good food is fresh herbs. Whether you are a chef or just someone who appreciates the flavor of fresh, organic herbs, having an herb garden is becoming an essential part of every home environment. In addition to culinary uses, herbs are also grown for a myriad of reasons such as natural remedies, fragrance, beauty, to dye textiles, for attracting pollinators and even to repel other insects. Some herbs are even grown for spiritual ceremonies and rituals. While there are many uses for herbs, growing your own herbs is something that everyone should incorporate into their home environment. It is economic, good for the environment and good for your health! Tammi Hartung, author of Homegrown Herbs- A Complete Guide To Growing, Using and Enjoying More than 100 Herbs, will share her stories and inspirational guidelines for growing and using herbs as a part of ones daily lifestyle. She will discuss ways to garden on the windowsill during cold seasons and outdoors in the garden the rest of the year. She will describe ways to cook with herbs, how to prepare them for a proper cup of tea and how to use them in the bath. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Herbal Goddess, Tammi Hartung.
Today’s show is sponsored by Austria’s Finest Naturally Authentic Pumpkin Seeds and Pumpkin Seed Oil from the Steiermark available at OrganicUniverse.com. Listeners of TheOrganicView can receive $1 off their purchase by using the coupon code "orgview". For more offers, please visit our website at www.theorganicview.com
The United States Catholic Bishops have given guidelines on how Prisoners of War should be humanely treated. Recently there have been wide division on a small amount of considered gray areas. Tonight we are looking deeper into the guidelines to see if there is any clearification for all concerned.
Our special guests will be certified DOT Medical Examiner, Dr. Randolph Rosarian and Elaine Papp, former Division Chief of the Office of Medical Programs at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
They will be answering questions from many within trucking who are concerned about the causes and affects of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Among those most concerned are professional CDL Holders who are required to pass the DOT physical exam in order to retain their license.
Concerns include: How to prepare for the DOT physical. What are the dangers of having OSA? Are there any rules presently in place by FMCSA regarding OSA? What does Congress say about CDL drivers and OSA? What regulations or guidelines can be anticipated by FMCSA? What criteria/symptoms requires a driver to have a sleep test and what does a professional driver do if diagnosed with OSA? Can you be terminated for being diagnosed with OSA?
Discussion will also include what treatments are available and accepted for Obstructive Sleep Apnea and ways to pay for
As always, lines will be open for questions via: 347-826-9170. If you would like to join in the conversation, press 1 at anytime.
Often people do not know what they want from a relationship, or how to get it, and then find themselves with people/in relationships that are not fulfilling. Do we know what we really want out of a relationship? Or do we only want what we have been taught we should want? Are we afraid to go outside of Society’s rigid guidelines for relationships, love and marriage for fear of ridicule or rejection?
Should individual fulfillment be sacrificed to achieve the mutual goals of the relationship? Can a relationship be truly fulfilling if mutual goals are actualized, but individual goals are criticized, devalued or dismissed entirely?
What can an individual do before, during and after a relationship/marriage to balance or incorporate their goals with the mutual goals of the relationship? Should your spouse support your individual efforts to find fulfillment?
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4 Essential Pieces to Any Small Business BYOD Strategy
Believe it or not, once upon a time, kids at the bus stop didn’t have cell phones and the mobile device strategy of many businesses was typically you’ll take what you’re given, refrain from using it for any personal use, and the data may be scrubbed clean whenever we please.
We’ve come a long way. Today, businesses really have no choice but to let employees use personal devices for work purposes. Blurred lines now make it difficult to differentiate between what is professional and what is personal. A company or organization may partially pay for an employee’s tablet computer or smartphone, but that same device is used to upload photos to Facebook or download torrents of this season of Game of Thrones.
Naturally, security and privacy issues are a concern since these devices synch to the company network. Larger corporations may be able to hire IT support or produce sophisticated BYOD guidelines for employees to adhere to but smaller businesses have limited resources.
Connie Mettler talks with Marcy Boroff, from Renaissance Craftables, one of the east coast’s premier craft show promotion companies partnering with downtown areas and non-profits. Marcy Boroff had worked with her mother, Barbara, on shows for years and took over the business in 2010.
As a craft show promoter, Marcy feels very strongly that it is a partnership between the artists, the downtown areas or non-profits she is partnering with, and the community of festival-goers.
How did this company get from mall shows to the streets of some of the best shopping areas in the East?
We talk about:
the role of the show promoter and why they do it
choosing a location to host a show and starting a new show
building and implementing a marketing plan
the good part of being a show promoter
the bad part and the worst part
building relationships with the shopping areas where they host their events
building relationships with artists
the future of craft shows and their economic impact
Learn more: Renaissance Craftables General Guidelines for Artists