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Before Soul on Fire, Banks shared her works with the world through free-lance writings and continues to do so. She is a native of Arkansas who now calls Atlanta, GA her home. A staunch advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness for women and girls, Banks is driven to educate and empower others on positive life style behaviors. She is also Atlanta's Ambassador for The Red Pump Project. She enjoys reading, writing, and traveling. Banks uses her writing as a platform to encourage her readers to explore
Chicago violence has been thrust into the national spotlight over the past few months with the death of Hadiye Pendleton. However, the truth is violence has been comitted against Chicago youth for years. With this segment Chicago native Theresa Banks talks about growing up on the south side of Chicago and ways violence in her city today can be stamped out.
LA Time columnist Sandy Banks examines the ethics and the realities of making Plan -B amorning after pill available to girls of any age. She writes as a reporter, columnist and mother of girls.
A new concept in the opinion-driven world of talk radio, Fairness Radio is a daily one-hour on-line and on-air radio show featuring liberal Patrick O'Heffernan interviewing national guests from across the political spectrum. Patrick talks with everyone from conservative Senator Jim DeMint to former Democratic Party Chairman Governor Howard Dean to explore news, politics and culture from all sides in a civil conversation that focuses on idea, not gotcha’s. With an international team experts from all sides of the political spectrum Fairness Radio covers the events of the world like no one else.
Sunday, May 19th at 10:00 am PST / 1:00 pm EST - our guests are:
Pam Ragland (CA): A single mom with two kids (6&7) will talk about her fight with US Bank, how she won a landmark appeal after being evicted from her home, and how this fight is affecting her kids' lives, especially her autistic son.
Karen Rozier (CA) will be back to give us an update on her case - a great news is that her sale has been canceled!
Michelle Darnell and attorney Scott Stafne (WA) are back on the program to discuss the latest news on his foreclosure defense strategy. Attorney Stafne said:”The banks understand... They are violating basic constitutional rights... Don't let them violate yours. In both Washington and and Colorado Banks have seen the specter of the state and or United States constitutions undoing many of the foreclosures they have already criminally completed.
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I am not an attorney and I am not engaged in rendering legal advice. It’s my opinion and advice, not counsel. I’m just one of many homeowners in my quest for the exit from this mortgage mess we found ourselves in. Everything I say is based on my own experience or on the experience of people who shared their stories with me. I am not responsible as an “expert” and for what you do with my advice and knowledge.
Today Hosts GJ Reynolds & Neil Haley will interview three amazing people: Bryant Shultz, Successful Entrepreneur Elias Callejo, and former NFL Superstar Carl Banks!
Bryant is a entrepreneur, and a freedom warrior and life changer. He loves people and his work consists of helping others achieve life, health, and prosperity.
I live in Kailua Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. I live in the middle of the pacific ocean surrounded by a huge body of water. I love that…especially because I love the ocean — and because I surf. I built a $100K+ Network Marketing business from my kitchen table. Some might ask how I did it. My only answer is…”Because I kill it”. That’s it. That’s everything you need to know about me…for now.
He made the Pro-Bowl in 1987, had 39.5 career quarterback sacks, and was a member of the NFL's 1980 All-Decade Team. He played college football at Michigan State University and was the third overall pick in the 1984 NFL Draft. He was a member of the Giants teams that won Super Bowl XXI and XXV as well as a key part of the Big Blue
Chapter 1: Ken Cuccinelli Ticket Includes Controversial Lt. Gov.
First, a look at the race for governor in Virginia where the contest has become all the more controversial with the nomination of E.W. Jackson for Lieutenant Governor. Jackson will join Ken Cuccinelli on the ticket as Lieutenant Governor, a decision made by Republican Party activists over the weekend. Jackson is a firebrand conservative who has called homosexuals "perverted" and "very sick people psychologically, mentally and emotionally.” Just a couple of years ago, Jackson called the Constitution’s three-fifths compromise an “anti-slavery” amendment. Might this doom the Virginia Republican Party’s effort to keep the executive mansion? A Quinnipiac poll out just over a week ago showed Democratic hopeful Terry McAuliffe beating Cuccinelli by 5 percentage points, but a Washington Post poll out a week earlier showed Cuccinelli up by 10 points. We talk to David Weigel, Slate political reporter.
Chapter 2: Banks Behind on Foreclosure Settlement Payments Since the housing crisis of 2008, several major banks, including Bank of American, Wells Fargo JP Morgan Chase and Citigroup agreed to pay homeowners more than $5.7 billion for shady lending practices. Such practices ranged from pushing subprime loans, discriminatory lending practices, and unjust foreclosures. However, according to a report by the Washington Post this week, those banks have paid less than what they settled to, leaving millions without needed relief. We talk to Debby Goldberg, Special project director, National Fair Housing Alliance.
Born under the sign of Virgo, Author Lena Banks was raised by her dad (and his family) on the south side of Toledo, Ohio. Being an ambitious student of life she strives to always know more and have more. She was the first out of five siblings to graduate high school (Rogers) and to attend college and graduate (University of Toledo, Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts). After becoming a single mother of two kids and enduring a long struggle of heartaches, trials and tribulations, she has deci
Big Banks got bailed out by Tax Payer money. $700 billion yet they continue to go unregulated and continue the same practices that help get us in this economic mess. What have the American voter and these Big Banks leaned---if anything?
Join social commentators and political pundits, Dave Franklin and Lori Picarella, as they discuss this topic and anything you want to discuss in this half hour. We'd love to hear from you friends. Don't be shy. We don't bite! Call in and put in your 2 cents? 30 minutes of progressive talk that you will love. We look forward to hearing from you.
Join the PointClickFish.com as we welcome Ryan White (Advanced Fishing and Century Rods) is based out of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Ryan will give us some tips and information about fishing in the OBX! Join us LIVE at 8 PM!
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"The Kingdom of God is within you (Luke 17:20-21). Rejoice and let us connect to advance His Kingdom, as The Body of Christ, on earth as it is in heaven! We can unite to impact the world today with His will through greater works that we can create (fruit). Jesus said in John 15:16 to go and bear fruit that will last.. As one in Him (John 17:20-21) WE CAN MAKE A CHANGE." ~ Nancy Bocalan Schwartz
Audio from an oversea's television show. Floyd Red Crow Westerman talks about how America was predicted by his ancestors to come and go. 6 Nations Faithkeeper Oren R. Lyons ... talks about the 7th generation and America's has emphasized "rights" but has forgotten about "responsibility" and how to create leaders from childhood. Nowa Cuming (Dennis Banks) speaks In front of the Capitol Building Washington D.C. in July 2008.