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  • So you will #deport the entire undocumented population who are in the USA?

    in Legal

    So you will #deport the entire undocumented population who are in the USA?


    Every person in the USA has a right to due process of law. “Due process” has a wide variety of definitions. It is usually centered on substantial and procedural fairness. In the case at bar, before a person can be deported, the person will have the opportunity to plea the case before an immigration judge. The judge will determine the identity of the person (a United States citizen/permanent resident/some other status to stay in the US or a person who is undocumented). If these procedural safe guards are not in place, a person who is a citizen could get deported. The US Constitution was written to give a lot of protection to its citizens and we have to be careful that if the both procedural and substantive due processes are not followed, even innocent individuals can and will be affected. 


    During the removal process there are certain substantive and procedural safeguards that have to be in place, it may open up doors, at the immigration court, for individuals to get a green card. Being in removal/deportation could be a good thing.


    Please check out my book: “A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States: What you NEED to know when you come to America.” My book has a chapter on the removal/deportation. www.a-tbooks.com  Book available as eBook App: French, German, Portuguese, Italian, English, and Spanish.


    Marcus Jarvis, Attorney at Law. www.m-jlawltd.com Tel. 763 425 5447

  • 00:32

    Month End Wrap Up and Re-cap: ACOs, Population Health and Stuff

    in Health

    On Wednesday, August 26th 2015 broadcast at 12 Noon Pacific/3PM Eastern join the Hosts of PopHealth Week Gregg Masters, Doug Goldstein and Fred Goldstein for their month end review. This month's focus is on Population Health and Accountable Care. We'll review what we learned from our first two ACO guests, Farzad Mostashari of Aledade and Gerry Meklaus of Accenture (more on tap for September as the interest level has been quite substantial).


    We’ll also discuss a recent interview of Ronald Bayer where he had some pretty strong thoughts on Precision Medicine versus Population Health- see: 'Precision Medicine a Threat to Population Health'.
    And as is typical Doug (@efuturist) is gallavanting around the world and we’ll get an update from him on his travels, connections and insights from of 'Digital Health España' aka Digitalhealth.es. Innovation is NOT limited to the domestic conversation. Doug will fill us in on his discoveries to date.

  • 00:31

    Grandfathers Favorite Girl by Author Jasmine Inari Jarden

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people throughout the earth. I pray blessings over you and your families. Thank you for your support and prayers. My guest tonight is a woman who has overcome much isolation and abuse Ms.Jasmine Inari Jarden to the platform.


    This biography is all true except the birth location and the college name due to the use of the pen name. Jasmine Inari Jarden was born on December 19, 1962 in Knoxville, Tennessee. She grew up a military “brat” traveling the world like a little jet setter. She is the oldest of four girls and life was hectic, erratic, and dramatic to say the least. After high school, Jasmine went directly to college. She spent two years at a Historically Black College/University (HBCU), and two years at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Jasmine graduated with a BA in English in 1985. Unable to secure a substantial position within her chosen career field, she decided to join the United States Army. After all it was an opportunity to learn another job skill quickly and to pay back the government for using her biological father’s Government Education benefits.In the military, Jasmine found discipline and a regimented lifestyle, just the medicine she needed to help her unorganized life in order, make a plan for the future, and work toward new goals. She remained in the Army for 20 years. She recognized her leadership skills and rose to the position of Major before retiring on September 17, 2008. Jasmine started writing as a personal means for another outlet she encountered. She decided to come out and share her story — a story that would eventually empower fellow women.Alarming as it is, another brave soul decided to share her story to heighten the bar for awareness of a phenomenon that wraps the country. “Grandfather’s Favorite Girl

  • 00:28

    Anger Issues and What Sets Us Off--APR Special on Anger Management.

    in Psychology

    Lets face it, we have all been lead down an angry road from time to time. Maybe it was a lack of sleep, or a substantial setback, or may have even been a bad day......you name it, we all get mad, angry or upset-whatever you call it, there are ways to help deal with anger and cope with it. In this 30 minute episode, Jory will talk about his anger issues and what he has done about channeling anger away in a healthy manner. Remember, everyone gets angry from time to time, but it is up to us or whoever to deal with it in the most positive manner possible. No phonecalls this episode which runs for 30 minutes

  • 00:30

    Hypnotherapist, Gena Golden, Shares How She's Manifested Abundance In Her Life

    in Self Help

    Infinite Vibrations is delighted to share an episode with licensed clinical social worker, coach, and certified hypnotherapist, Gena Golden.  Ms. Golden's 'global mission is to empower mindful, creative and holistic women entrepreneurs and others, who want to release the subconscious barriers that hold them back from succeeding in life and business.  Her coaching program aims to eliminate the inner critic and embrace the inner coach for success.'


    Today, she will share an example of how she manifested a substantial amount of money, twice, within a three month period.

  • The Impact on Business of Deregulation: The Case of Energy

    in Business

    On August 19, my guest will be Susan Mazonson, an independent associate with Viridian Energy.   She is an expert at building wealth by spotting trends and industry developments. 


    Her career began as one of the first female college hires at AT&T, part of the “high potential” management program.   Subsequently, she was recruited to lead the charge of New Business Development for the second largest US telecom equipment manufacturer.  There, she created the business plan for the infrastructure to power the emerging U.S. cellular radio networks, referred to today as mobile or wireless. 


    When deregulation of the telecom industry occurred, Susan leveraged that by starting two boutique consulting firms, advising incumbent carriers on how to compete in this new paradigm shift of competition, innovation, and technological advancement.  Among her clients were AT&T, Verizon, Alcatel-Lucent, all the Bell Operating Companies, and many other market entrants creating new niches.


    After riding the telecom deregulation wave for nearly 30 years, Susan recognized that the deregulation of the energy sector was the next “once ever” opportunity to not only create substantial wealth, but at the same time, do good for the environment.   She now offers simple, innovative, renewable energy solutions for consumers and businesses.  And she trains, mentors and coaches business professionals and entrepreneurs to create a part-time, recession-proof, passive, residual income, by sharing the benefits of choosing renewable energy options.


    Susan has a B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics from Brown University and an MBA in Marketing and Finance from University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.

  • 01:02

    Dr. Adam Alter: The hidden influences shaping our thoughts, beliefs, & actions.

    in Psychology

    Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.


    NOTE: "Best Of" replay today -- new live shows starting in September!


    We aren’t the independent thinkers we like to believe ourselves to be.


    Psychologist and researcher Dr. Adam Alter shows in his fascinating book, Drunk Tank Pink, that a host of forces -- internal, social, and environmental -- drive our thinking and beliefs, and in turn, our actions.


    On tonight’s show, he’ll lay out the ways we are influenced, sometimes causing substantial changes in our behavior that make the difference between success and failure in our endeavors. Knowing these influences is the best way to avoid being swept away by them, so don’t miss this show.


    Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. Pacific Time, 10-11 p.m. Eastern Time, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.


    Please buy my book, the science-based and funny "Good Manners For Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck," here. (St. Martin's Press, June 3, 2014.) 

  • 03:31

    TicklesnTears & MIT Brain Trust on Recovery Now with Kim Justus

    in Current Events

    Louise Speck was injured in an auto accident in her teens, leaving her with a substantial TBI. She spent half her life struggling with the residuals without a clear understanding or adequate help. Like in the case of too many of us, knowledge was sparse. Nearly 25yrs later, she finally began to find some answers. From there she created My Handi-Cap (c) and shortly after, was fortunate to meet the Founder of MIT BrainTrust who was excited about helping her expand and fund the project. See mycap@ticklesntears.com. Louise is about to release her first book TicklesnTears: The Psychology of Humor.


    At celebrations of ADA's 25th Anniversary,  Louise modeled personalized examples of My Handi-Cap (c), drawing an enthusiastic crowd of admirers. MIT BrainTrust is dedicated to promoting accommodation and communication between community and survivors of neurological trauma and other disabilities.


    This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."


    We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.


    The front half of show is a featured guest. to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and www.facebook.com/braininjuryradionetwork


     

  • 00:59

    Politics Done Right - Bernie Sanders using Obama 2008 playbook to beat Hillary?

    in Politics

    Afew nights ago Bernie Sanders had house parties throughout the country. Over 100,000 people signed up. I went to one in the role of a blogger and was blown away by the group of people attending. Bernie Sanders has been accused of having supporters that do not reflect the demographics of America. It seems like the Black Lives Matter protest at Netroots Nation 2015 has completely changed the character of his campaign operation.


    This particular Bernie Sanders house party did not only reflect America, it reflected Houston, it reflected Texas. Moreover the stream beamed into homes throughout the country was also very diverse. Bernie Sanders has not changed his message. He enhanced it. He made it more reflective. He made it more inclusive.


    Currently the polls still show Hillary Clinton with a substantial lead. It also shows Bernie Sanders constantly chipping away. Will there be a real populist vs status quo Democratic Primary after all?


    http://politicsdoneright.com/2015/07/will-bernie-sanders-use-of-the-2008-obama-playbook-beat-hillary-clinton/

  • Politics Done Right on KPFT - Will Sanders use 2008 Obama playbook beat Hillary?

    in Politics Progressive

    Last night Bernie Sanders had house parties throughout the country. Over 100,000 people signed up. I went to one in the role of a blogger and was blown away by the group of people attending. Bernie Sanders has been accused of having supporters that do not reflect the demographics of America. It seems like the Black Lives Matter protest at Netroots Nation 2015 has completely changed the character of his campaign operation.


    This particular Bernie Sanders house party did not only reflect America, it reflected Houston, it reflected Texas. Moreover the stream beamed into homes throughout the country was also very diverse. Bernie Sanders has not changed his message. He enhanced it. He made it more reflective. He made it more inclusive.


    Currently the polls still show Hillary Clinton with a substantial lead. It also shows Bernie Sanders constantly chipping away. Will there be a real populist vs status quo Democratic Primary after all?


    http://politicsdoneright.com/2015/07/will-bernie-sanders-use-of-the-2008-obama-playbook-beat-hillary-clinton/


     

  • 02:02

    Princeton University: US is No Longer a Democracy!

    in Politics Progressive

    Recent study at Princeton determined that the US is no longer has the critical elements necessary to qualify as a democratic republic. No, voting alone just does not do it.


    The US is dominated by a rich and powerful elite which is called an oligarchy.


    So concludes a recent study --  http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1537592714001595 


     -- by Princeton University Prof Martin Gilens and Northwestern University Prof Benjamin I Page.


    This is not news, you say. Perhaps, but the two professors have conducted exhaustive research to try to present data-driven support for this conclusion. Here's how they explain it:


    Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organised groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on US government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence.


    In English: the wealthy few move policy, while the average American has little power.


    In the next two hours your host, Bob Kirkconnell, author of American Heart of Darkness, will explore this startling fact, and the ramifications. Hey, call in and tell us what you think!

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