• 02:05

    The USS Liberty attack and what happened that day with Ernie Gallo

    in US Government

    During the 1967 Arab-Israel war, US Navy intelligence ship the USS Liberty entered the Mediterranean Sea to gather information. The Israeli regime, which was dissatisfied with the presence of USS Liberty in the region, decided to attack the USS Liberty. The Israeli forces attacked with full knowledge that this was an American ship and lied about it. 34 people were killed and more than 171 were wounded in the Israeli attack. Israeli regime insists that they mistakenly attacked the USS Liberty.


    My guest tonight is Ernest A. Gallo. MR. Gallo is a Graduate of Philadelphia Wireless Technical Institute with undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland.


    He is also a USS liberty survivor who left active duty as a Second Class Petty Officer -- Communications Technician, Maintenance Branch (CTM-2).


    Mr. Gallo also completed a 28 year career with the Central Intelligence Agency and received the CIA’s civilian intelligence award, the CIA Commendation Medal.


    Following the CIA, he worked for GTE, Quality Services Incorporated, TriCorps, Marconi International and BAE taking him into retirement. 


    Ernie is a member of: the Elks; Veterans of Foreign Wars; The Navy League, Naval Cryptologic Veterans Association; the USS Liberty Veterans Association, and the American Cold War Veterans.


    He is the current & former President and Vice President of the USS Liberty Veterans Association and founder of the Liberty Foundation.


    He also authored, “Liberty Injustices – A Survivor's Account of American Bigotry”.  The book is available at http://www.amazon.com/Liberty-Injustices-Survivors-Account-American/dp/1935795198.

  • 00:51

    THE BENEFITS OF HOLISTIC WELLNESS AND SELF-CARE INCLUDING YOGA-TISHA BREMNER

    in Culture

    ENVISION THIS: You can find balance, peace of mind and the joy & health benefits through skilled yoga practice!


    Our guest, Tisha Bremner, will help to support and encourage you to access your positive internal resources and intrinsic motivation to create and manage the best life you can dream of for yourself.  Let her walk with you on your journey to better health, happiness, and wellbeing. She is owner of Inner Light Yoga of Maine and a co-founder of the Integrative Wellness Council of Maine, a one-stop connection to integrative health and wellness in Maine where folks can discover the many aspects of holistic health in your life and how you can be happy, connected, and supported within your community.


    Tisha says, “Yoga is about finding cohesion in all aspects of ourselves, so that we can live in better balance, joy and harmony. ” She is a dedicated teacher who links skillful actions and movement to breath in a fun, safe and effective way.  She incorporates smart sequencing into each of her classes, so your body feels balanced, vibrant and well prepared to open in new ways. Her motto is “Movement is medicine and proper alignment heals.” 


    The vision of the Integrative Wellness Council of Maine is to support, promote and educate individuals, organizations and our community on the benefits and practices of holistic, evidence-based wellness and self-care.  Their mission is to “Empower people, practitioners, and organizations within Maine to realize their full potential to be healthy and well through the transformative practices of integrative wellness.”


    See the new book by your co-hosts, to be published in March 2015, at www.envisionthismedia.com/sophia-s-web

  • 03:00

    Coming Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    ISIS takes 150-200 Christians hostage and plan on killing them, if President Obama don't stop the Air Raids that the United States Air Force is dropping on them. Also Susan Rice the National Security Advisor to President Obama says "Netnayahu Speech will be destructive" to the relationship between Israel and America. Also an Avalanche has killed at least 124 people in Afghanistan and many more may be dead. Also extreme weather conditions have brought cold tempertures across America and a 40 car pile-up on I-95 in Maine has left 6 injured. Also a 6.2 earthquake hits Japan. Also a Harvard Student in Boston, Mass at the Logan Airport was naked and fell though the ceiling of the woman's bathroom and then bit off a 84 year old man's ear in a "Zombie Apocalypse" attack. Also the Iran Nuke deal leaks that Sec. of State John F. Kerry was planning on keeping Iran out of the enriched urainium process for 10 years before allowing Iran to have limited Nuclear Weapons. These and much more current news events along with bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana. 

  • 00:51

    Bigfoot Ground Zero - Historic Sightings & Maine Sasquatch

    in Pop Culture

    Please join me Wednesday night at 7pm EST, as I recount Sasquatch sightings in Maine dating back to 1872,  along with the recent sightings, which are as recent as February of 2014.  
    We will also talk about the recent aggression that black bears have shown in the past few years in New Jersey, how it is possibly due to increased pressure and human population growth, and how recent Sasquatch encounters might bear the same characteristics.
    As always, thank you for tuning in.  This is going to be a great program!

  • 02:09

    THE UNSTOPPABLE SUPER SHOW!

    in Entertainment

    Join hosts Hollywood Rick Brutal and tonight's special co-host, Shell Kneebreaker, for The Unstoppable Super Show! Tuesday nights 10pm-midnight EST. Listen in as they discuss all things  Unstoppable and even things outside of the wrestling world!


    Tonight they will also be discussing The Academy Awards from this past weekend!

  • 01:04

    MCS Live Faceoff: UMass Lowell River Hawks vs. Maine Black Bears

    in Sports

    The fourth episode of MCS Live Faceoff pregame show brought to you by Beast from the Northeast!


    Co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona will touch on last weekend's game between the UMass Lowell River Hawks and Harvard, and Wednesday night's game against UConn and preview Saturday night's game between UMass Lowell and Maine at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts.


    Shawn Hutcheon of the Lowell Sun and Fourth Period Magazine will join the program at some point to talk college hockey and possibly touch on the Boston Bruins.


    MCS Live Faceoff will shift due to the time of the game and will broadcast from 6:00-7:00pm live from the Tsongas Center. Tune in and tell friends!


    Justin and Greg will take questions and comments via Twitter and Facebook.

  • 01:57

    THE UNSTOPPABLE SUPER SHOW!

    in Entertainment

    Join hosts Hollywood Rick Brutal and Judgement J. Esquire for The Unstoppable Super Show! Tuesday nights 10pm-midnight EST. Listen in as they discuss all things Unstoppable and even things outside of the wrestling world!


    TONIGHT IS OUR YEARLY TRADITION! THE MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION SPECTACULAR!

  • 01:01

    Legalization in Maine & World Class Emerald Cup

    in News

    Maine is considered a key state to pass a marijuana legalization initiative and two groups are seeking to put an initiative on the November 2016 ballot. One is the Washington DC based Marijuana Policy Project which has funded successful legalization initiatives in Colorado and Oregon. The other is Legalize Maine, a local group which has a different approach to legalization and is working to put their initiative on the ballot. Why Maine is such a hot bed for marijuana legalization and how the two initiatives differ will be discussed by our first guest Campaign Coordinator for Legalize Maine Peter McCarrier.


     


    Billed as the “Definitive Cup for the Fall Harvest” Sonoma County’s 11th Annual Emerald Cup is one of the best and certainly most authentic of the multitude of U.S. cannabis cup competitions. With awards for a variety of categories for buds, concentrates, edibles, topicals and photos, the Emerald Cup is complete with a music fest with multiple bands headlined by the fusion band Slightly Stoopid. Tim Blake, founder and chief organizer of the Emerald Cup is the show’s 2nd guest recalling how the Emerald Cup came to be and the cannabis extravaganza the Dec. 13 and 14th event is going to be.

  • 01:02

    Ben Slayton of Farmers' Gate Market for Local, Pasture-Based Meats

    in Food

    ENVISION THIS: Meat that fills your soul as much as your belly


    Our guest, Ben Slayton lived abroad in Tuscany on an organic farm specializing in pastured pork. There he developed a passion for well-raised meat and craft butchery. After a couple of years raising his own animals here in Maine, Ben switched his focus to building a network of several small farms to support Farmers’ Gate in an effort to bring more locally raised meat to the Maine marketplace.


    Farmers’ Gate Market bridges the gap between local, pasture-based livestock farms and the growing number of families who are looking for good locally-raised meat. They work with a network of Maine farms to provide their customers with grass fed beef, pastured pork and lamb, and free range poultry. They work only with farmers who produce pasture-based livestock, and they process all the meat in-house. As a result, they can ensure safe handling of all their products and retain complete knowledge about everything they sell – from farm to table.


    Like their customers, Farmers’ Gate butchers are hungry for good homegrown food – meat raised locally on pasture by farm families who are thinking about the future. They also look for creative ways to build awareness about local, sustainably raised and craft-butchered meat. Therefore, they share the stories of their farm partners, preserve the skills of whole carcass butchery, and incorporate old world traditions with new technology.


    ben@farmersgatemarket.com


    http://farmersgatemarket.com 


    Coming soon: Sophia's Web: A Passionate Call to Heal Our Wounded Nature by your Envision This co-hosts, Burl and Merry Hall


    www.envisionthismedia.com/sophia-s-web

  • 00:42

    Nabwic Talks with: Councilman William Bishop

    in Women

    William Bishop, AIA is vice president of Akel, Logan and Shafer, Architects and
    Planners, a 50-plus year old Jacksonville architectural firm. He is a graduate of
    Lawrence Technological University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture
    and of University of Detroit Mercy with Master of Architecture and MBA
    degrees. He has been active in Jacksonville and Florida both professionally
    and in the civic arena for over 25 years.


    Bill is a two-term Jacksonville City Council Member and served as Council President in 2012/13.
    He served as chair of the Rules Committee in 2011/12 and led the city's redistricting process
    required by the 2010 census in the least contentions manner in 20 years. Bill was also actively
    involved in the effort to bring the USS Charles Adams to Jacksonville as a naval ship museum.


    Akel Logan Shafer PA


    704 Rosselle Street


    Jacksonville, Florida 32204


    Tel:  904.356.2654


    wbishop@alsarchitects.com

  • 00:22

    Transformed Traveler welcomes David Smith

    in Lifestyle


    David Smith hiked the 2200-mile Appalachian Trail as a chaplain for the Holston Conference of The United Methodist Church. He is a member of Cokesbury United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tenn.


     



    Smith, who was 69 at the time, completed the hike through 14 states from Georgia to Maine over a six-month period. Each year, 2-3 million people hike the Appalachian Trail.


     



    For Smith, the woods can be a place for seeking God and finding spiritual rest. His trail nickname is “Shortstop.


     



    The AT Chaplaincy is set to enter its third year. Bert Emmerson, a member of First United Methodist Church of Maryville, Tenn., has been selected as the 2015 chaplain. He will begin in June, hiking the trail from Maine to Georgia. Josh Lindamood, from Lynchburg, Va., was the first AT Chaplain. He was 26 at the time.


    Find out...



    What type of training did you receive or what were the requirements for you to become the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
    Why is there a need for a chaplain along the trail?
    What was the most difficult part of your experience as the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
    What was the most rewarding part of your experience?
    As you travel around the U.S. talking about your experiences, what is your primary goal?
    Tell me how you acquired the nickname of “Shortstop.”
    The AT Chaplaincy program is in its 3rd year, with Bert Emmerson heading out in June. What advice to you have for him?
    Although you aren’t an official AT Chaplain any longer, do you still find yourself in that role from time to time?
    How did being the AT Chaplain change you?


     


     


    Updated 2.6.15


     

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