• 00:44

    The Mysteries of Human Existence with NASA Engineer David Gaggin

    in Spirituality

    Are you curious about who you are and why you are living this life?


    We each see the world we live in and understand our place in it from a unique and personal perspective.This perspective is shaped by a variety of factors - the influence of our parents and previous generations, religious beliefs, scientific discoveries, philosophical viewpoints, and our level of metaphysical understanding. Most of our outlooks in this matter have been formed with a substantial amount of biases and prejudices. Most of us have not taken extensive personal journeys of discovery with completely open minds.


    Today's special guest David Gaggin has done that for us. With a scientifically trained mind he has.searched through an enormous amount of data and numerous different accounts and perspectives to create a realistic picture of who we are and why we are here. He says that enough evidence is available to convince even the most skeptical mind.


    In his groundbreaking book, The Endless Journey: A Unique Perspective on Mankind's Origin, Purpose and Ultimate Destiny, David Gaggin brings the truth to light for us after years of compiling research from every perspective he could think of. He explains why our world, one that seems chaotic, irrational, and evil, is not really that way - that it is just an illusion we are experiencing.


    David Gaggin holds a masters degree in Electrical Engineering. His successful career included working as an electrical engineer for Boeing, NASA, and the U.S. Army before he went on to create Cobham Defense Electronics Systems. Today he is here to share what he acquired through his quest for knowledge about the meaning of life.


    To learn more about David Gaggin and his book, please visit http://www.davidgaggin.com

  • 00:31

    Agri-Talk Featuring Laura Tiu, Phd, OSU South Centers

    in Training

    AGRI-TALK with Duane Rigsby and Mike Thompson will feature Laura Tiu, PhD, Aquaculture Extension Specialist fromThe Ohio State University South Centers who will discuss different aspects of the Aquaculture Boot Camp March 18, 2015, at 2:00 pm.  Through collaborative research and comprehensive education programs, the aquaculture program has made substantial impacts in growing the aquaculture industry in Ohio and beyond.

  • 03:00

    Cherubim Chariots - author Josh Peck explains higher dimension origins of UFOs

    in News

    For years, the extraterrestrial hypothesis has dominated the field of ufology. However, there is another theory that might provide more substantial answers to the UFO phenomenon. In Cherubim Chariots, researcher and author Josh Peck explores the fringe of the extradimensional hypothesis to show the stunning possibility that UFOs and their pilots originate from a higher dimension. Discover answers to paradigm-shifting questions, such as:



    Were extradimensional craft and other-worldly beings reported in antiquity?
    Who are the mysterious cherubim and what is their role in the affairs of mankind?
    Did nonhuman entities leave behind evidence showing their extradimensional nature?
    Are higher dimensions interacting with our own?
    Are there prophecies pointing to a possible return of extradimensional beings?
    What is our true origin?
    How do we prepare for what is ahead?


    Is there an "alien deception" in our future? Will it be at the hands of the New World Order - the global elite? Are we close to some type of "announcement" that aliens are among us?

  • 00:44

    MONETIZE MONETIZE MONETIZE; CONTENT, CONTEXT, CONVERT PART 2

    in Business

    Monetize, Monetize, Monetize, Content, Context, Convert


    To monetize is to convert an asset into or establish something as money or legal tender. The term monetize has different meanings depending on the context. It can refer to methods utilized to generate profit, while it also can literally mean the conversion of an asset into money. For example, the U.S. Federal Reserve can monetize the nation's debt; this involves the process of purchasing debt (treasuries) which in turn increases the money supply. This essentially turns the debt into money (monetization).


    Another example comes from websites monetizing their content. Many are set up to earn money through advertisers. When people who browse the particular site click on one of the advertisers' links, the owner of the website earns a small amount of money (this is known as pay-per-click, or PPC advertising). If the website attracts enough visitors, the small amount paid by the advertisers for each click can add up to substantial monetization. 

  • 02:14

    QARLive: Saturday Stew W/ Jason, Katie & Angie: Battle For Prolife Continues

    in Politics Conservative

    WEST VIRGINIA BECOMES THE ELEVENTH STATE TO PROTECT PAIN-CAPABLE CHILDREN AS LEGISLATURE OVERRIDES GOVERNOR TOMBLIN’S VETO.


    WASHINGTON – In a 27-5 vote, the West Virginia state Senate today joined with the state House of Delegates in voting to override Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s veto of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HB 2568), legislation that protects unborn children from abortion at the point that they are able to feel pain. Tomblin's veto came after the state House of Delegates and the state Senate overwhelmingly approved the bill in February. The legislature’s successful override of Gov. Tomblin’s veto means that the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act will go into effect in 90 days.


    Despite having passed the legislature last session, Governor Tomblin's first veto of this legislation came after the session ended, preventing an override vote.


    “Medical science provides substantial compelling evidence that unborn children flinch away from painful stimuli, that their stress hormones increase when they are subjected to anything painful, and that they require anesthesia for fetal surgery,” said Mary Spaulding Balch, J.D., director of state legislation for the National Right to Life Committee. “States have a compelling interest in protecting the lives of unborn children who are capable of feeling pain from abortion. West Virginia becomes the eleventh state to recognize this obligation by enacting the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.”


    The legislation is based on a National Right to Life model bill that is currently in effect in eight states across the country: Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Texas.

  • 00:45

    MONETIZE; MONETIZE AND MONETIZE

    in Business

    To monetize is to convert an asset into or establish something as money or legal tender. The term monetize has different meanings depending on the context. It can refer to methods utilized to generate profit, while it also can literally mean the conversion of an asset into money. For example, the U.S. Federal Reserve can monetize the nation's debt; this involves the process of purchasing debt (treasuries) which in turn increases the money supply. This essentially turns the debt into money (monetization).


    Another example comes from websites monetizing their content. Many are set up to earn money through advertisers. When people who browse the particular site click on one of the advertisers' links, the owner of the website earns a small amount of money (this is known as pay-per-click, or PPC advertising). If the website attracts enough visitors, the small amount paid by the advertisers for each click can add up to substantial monetization. 


     


     


     

  • 02:06

    Prison-Modern Day Slave Labor= Corporate Americas

    in Current Events

    Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) is a company that owns and manages private prisons and detention centers and operates others on a concession basis. The company is the largest private corrections company in the United States and manages more than 67 facilities with a designed capacity of 92,500 beds. CCA, incorporated in 1983 by three businessmen with experience in government and corrections, is based in Nashville, Tennessee


    Controversies involving the company include: treatment of inmates and disclosure of oversight, lobbying efforts to conceal details of operations, a lawsuit about gang influence in Idaho prison and substantial falsification of records, co-operation with local law enforcement in a school drug sweep, and the deadly 2012 riot in a Mississippi facility.


    Founded in 1983, Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) owns or operates jails and prisons on contract with federal, state and local governments. CCA designs, builds, manages and operates correctional facilities and detention centers for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the United States Marshals Service, as well as facilities across the United States.


    CCA houses approximately 90,000 offenders and detainees in its more than 60 facilities and employs more than 17,000 nationwide.


    The American Correctional Association (ACA) has accredited 90% of CCA's facilities. ACA's Accreditation is a system of verification that correctional agencies and facilities comply with national standards promulgated by the American Correctional Association. Accreditation is achieved through a series of reviews, evaluations, audits and hearings.

  • 00:59

    10 Things You MUST DoToBeAn Organized Caregiver,byOrganizingExpert,DebbyeCannon

    in Caregiving

    In the early 1980’s, I was caring for my 2 children (both under two years old, & in cloth diapers!) and life was absolutely eating me alive! I had the responsibilities of wife, mother, homemaker and I was endeavoring to run a substantial home-based business. I found that although my business was EXPLODING, my home life was IMPLODING! What WAS I thinking?


    By late afternoon, when I needed to be preparing dinner, I’d find myself collapsed in my kitchen from low blood sugar, surrounded by my little ones without a CLUE about what I could assemble for dinner. There would be pasta, but no sauce, meat frozen solid and no side dishes in my pantry. My house felt a mess. Laundry was piled high and the floors were so sticky I feared walking through the kitchen!


    I decided to create some shortcuts. I created a system for more than just surviving my life. Pretty soon I was actually thriving, and my friends noticed. By popular demand, I began teaching local workshop groups. The Butler family encouraged me to publish my system. The first edition was published in September of 1988, a second printing followed in January 1997 and a third edition in 2006.


    Prompted to share my systems and techniques, I have now become the SMARTcut® Expert. I am passionate about helping way past busy entrepreneurs especially Caregivers, who are struggling with the juggling. I hope my work will give you the time and energy to reach more of your personal dreams, serve your family, church and community in ways that really make a difference.
    Click here to listen:

  • 01:00

    Mets Spring Training: Open Mike Program

    in Sports

    Tonight, Michael welcomes in a Mets reporter to get his take on the Mets as Spring Training begins in Port St. Luci, Florida. Did the Mets improve enough with only one substantial off-season addition (Michael Cuddeyar)? Will Matt Harvery reclaim his old self? And can the Mets compete with Washington and Miami?

  • 00:31

    Reader's Entertainment Special Event with Author Patricia Gussin

    in Books

    Join us in welcoming special guest New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, Patricia Gussin as she talks about her new book After the Fall with host Lisa Watson on Wednesday,February 11th at 6pm EST!


    Book blurb:


    A tragic accident ends Laura Nelson’s career as a surgeon.  After accepting a position as Vice President for Research in a large pharmaceutical company, Laura works to finalize the imminent approval of the company’s groundbreaking new drug.  But Jake Harter, a malicious Food and Drug Administration employee, cannot let that happen.  He is obsessed with Adawia Abdul, the beautiful Iraqi scientist who discovered the drug.  As soon as the drug is approved, Adawia will collect a substantial bonus and reluctantly return to replace her dying father, the lead scientist in Saddam Hussein’s bioweapon program.  As Hussein’s henchmen apply brutal pressure to assure Dr. Abdul’s speedy return to Iraq, Harter uses his influence to stall the drug’s approval.  If Laura gets in his way, he will eliminate her as he has her predecessor and his own wife.

  • 00:30

    Has Public Schools Failed in United States of America

    in School

    Public education in poorer urban and rural areas is in crisis. Too many of the students are dropping out well before high school graduation. Too many are receiving high school “certificates of attendance” that do not certify academic confidence in basic subjects. Too many are being left unprepared for the world of work. Too many are being left unprepared to go on to higher education and advanced technical training. We are condemning the American society to the perpetuation of inequalities across lines of race, ethnicity, and class that we've been struggling to overcome in recent generations. The disparities in education concord with racial inequalities and socioeconomic class in America. The present system leaves a substantial portion of America behind. School problems are reflected in student apathy, student absenteeism, student disrespect for teachers, and student tardiness. Behaviors and attitudes of students are problematic particularly in the “senior high school level”. Restoring safety and discipline and backing up teachers who are determined to maintain discipline in their classrooms  are imperatives to recruit and retain high quality teachers. 


    Everyone I know see “No Child Left Behind” as a detriment to the public education environment. There is lip-service to reforming “No Child Left Behind” policies, but the focus in education continues to be in the testing process. The conversation about education is really about who will be part of the intellectual capital of this nation. Who will have access to the resources that that intellectual capital commands? Who will have access to the marketplace? And how will they access that marketplace? All of this is predicated on who has computers and uses technology now. Who is becoming technologically literate?

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