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Kristyn shares a story, “So you say you want to be sister wives?” that was published in XOJane Magazine two years ago. Then she talks about Michele R. Dillard’s postings ontvrucus.com about “My Five Wives,” three of whom are Kristyn’s 2nd cousins – born and raised in the same polygamist group she left.
Come for the Teaching of Gods Word and Prophetic Prayer. I love ministering the word of the Lord and looking forward to seeing you here every Tuesday and Thursday evening !! For more about this ministry you can go to youmattertomeministry.org
When you define friend or sisterfriend, do you also meet those qualifications? Do you come into a friendship offering what you'd like to receive? Are you letting past hurts hold you back from making quality friendships? Are you guarding your heart so closely you're not allowing anyone else to love you?
It's time to heal as women. It's time to heal as sisters. It's time to talk about it!
Join us as we peel back the layers in discussing what we bring to the friendships and how we build on our current friendships. It's time for a change!
Beantown Pals, Bucky and Betty, start their first show hosted by Tom Hayes and Beantown Opera Star, Enzo Canellini. Our first episode has Betty and Bucky quibbling over Bucky's favorite ice cream. It seems that Betty has decided to share Bucky's secret and is selling and giving away all his 'favorite' chocolate, chocolate, chocolate chip. Tune in to "See What Happens"...
It's the first Monday of the month and we are joined by our favorite numerologist and bestselling author of Numbers and You, Lloyd Strayhorn. April showers are supposed to bring spring flowers. Tune in to see what showers of prosperity, love, happiness, business are around the corner by the numbers along with your astrological sign.
SYNOPSIS: Betty Tucker came of age in Belle Glade, Florida, infamous for its poverty and violence (e.g., see the Wikipedia entry and the 2006 documentary One Percent). Her childhood was one of debilitating poverty, borne of racism: exploitive migrant labor, multiple rapes and other abuse, chronic illness among her family and acquaintances ... the list is long and bitter. Betty survived not only by sheer hard work but also by nurturing a nascent belief that she deserved better. She moved to California, earned her college degree, and raised a family. Then, in 1997, she began a long and eventually successful search for the twin girls she had given up for adoption thirty years earlier.
AUTHOR BIO: A native of Troy, Alabama, Betty Tucker has a degree in behavioral science from the University of San Francisco. She also has a Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. She worked for nineteen years with the U.S. Postal Service and for nineteen years with the San Francisco Unified School District. She has five children and four grandchildren and now lives in Richmond, California, and in Montgomery, Alabama. Thank you for your consideration.
Fear, insecurity, sexual abuse, want, neglect: This memoir will look beyond the description of these difficulties in the author's life to examine how they stifled her ability to shape her own life, how she acquired the tools she needed to take more control of her life, and what impact her choices, both intentional and unintentional, had on her life and those of her children.
Private Lives of Nashville Wives - Ana & Betty
Pop Roxx Radio,
Featuring Interesting People doing Interesting Things
Hosted by Pop Artist Jamie Roxx
Tonight's Featured Guest: Ana Fernandez and Betty Malo
Ana Fernandez and Betty Malo are Cuban American twins living in Nashville, TN. Ana is a mother of two and an entrepreneur with a free spirit who is single and ready to mingle! This badass "couga" (Cuban gringa) makes the most out of life, yearning for freedom, love, and good times! Betty is the wife of The Mavericks front man Raul Malo, mother of three, and creator of Betty Badd Couture Fashion & Accessories. She's a talented designer, stylist, and painter of fine arts. Catch Betty and Ana on TNT's new hit reality show The Private Lives of Nashville Wives Monday nights at 11/10c!
Ana & Betty are "BRIGHT STARS" creating Awareness for Breast Cancer. Go to www.brightstarinternational.org
DELPHINE LA LAURIE (1775 – 1842) was a sadistic socialite who lived in New Orleans. Her home was a chamber of horrors.
On April 10, 1834 a fire broke out in the mansion’s kitchen, and firefighters found two slaves chained to the stove. They appeared to have started the fire themselves, in order to attract attention. The firefighters were lead by other slaves to the attic, where the real surprise was. Over a dozen disfigured and maimed slaves were manacled to the walls or floors. Several had been the subjects of gruesome medical experiments.
Margaret Sanger aligned herself with the eugenicists whose ideology prevailed in the early 20th century. Eugenicists strongly espoused racial supremacy and “purity,” particularly of the “Aryan” race. Eugenicists hoped to purify the bloodlines and improve the race by encouraging the “fit” to reproduce and the “unfit” to restrict their reproduction. They sought to contain the “inferior” races through segregation, sterilization, birth control and abortion.
Sanger embraced Malthusian eugenics. Thomas Robert Malthus, a 19th-century cleric and professor of political economy, believed a population time bomb threatened the existence of the human race.2 He viewed social problems such as poverty, deprivation and hunger as evidence of this “population crisis.” According to writer George Grant, Malthus condemned charities and other forms of benevolence, because he believed they only exacerbated the problems. His answer was to restrict population growth of certain groups of people.3 His theories of population growth and economic stability became the basis for national and international social policy. Grant quotes from Malthus' magnum opus, An Essay on the Principle of Population, published in six editions from 1798 to 1826:
Bucky and Betty are joined by host, Tom Hayes and guests, Paul and Cameron Elwell, famous motor racers who are the voices behind many of the Beantown characters. Tune in for adventure, stories, laughs and music.
Tom Hayes and Tommie 'Enzo Cannellini' Kussy welcome singer/songwriter/ musician/author/teacher Patricia Shih to Beantown Radio.
Patricia Shih wrote her first song at age 12 and hasn't stopped since. At the age of 15, she signed a recording and management contract with Unicorn Records of Washington, D.C. as half of a duo. This marked the start of her professional career. Numerous, T.V., radio, concert and club performances followed. Included are an international radio broadcast on the Voice of America and appearances at the legendary Cellar Door, where the duo was runner-up to Emmy Lou Harris in the competitive "Best of the Hoots." Several years later, Ms. Shih began her solo career in California, notably on her own PBS special Patty Shih - Music from the Gallery. Soon after, she returned to the east coast and settled in Huntington, N.Y.
In 2004 Patricia was honored with a Woman of Distinction Award in New York.
A multi-instrumentalist, Ms. Shih plays 6 and 12 string guitars, piano, Marxophone, Chinese flower drum, and soprano recorder. She has six albums to her credit: two for adults, "Woman With One Closed Eye" (Glass Records) and "Leap of Faith" (Flying Fish Records); and four family/children's albums, "Your ImaginEngine!," "The Power of One" (NAPPA Gold Award & Parents' Choice Approved Award), "Big Ideas!" and "Making Fun!" (1997 Parents Choice Approval Award) on Glass Records. Her work is also included on three anthology albums: "Sharing Thoughts," "Early Ears" (Zoom Express, BMG), and "Rainbow Sign" (Rounder Records), which was honored by the American Library Association Notable Children's Recording Award, Parents' Choice Award, Parents' Prize, NAPPA Gold Medal, and the L.A. Times "Best of 1993" list.
Come for the Teaching of Gods Word and Prophetic Prayer. I love ministering the word of the Lord and looking forward to seeing you here every Tuesday and Thursday evening !! For more ministry you can go to youmattertomeministry.org