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Carole Emma Mathewson, is the author of The Waste of War: The Story of A Civil War Surgeon and His Nurse. It is a compelling tale of love & devotion amid the havoc of a civil war that changed our country.
Nurse Mary Mathewson will risk everything to be with her surgeon husband, Harley P. Mathewson.
Carole is a native of Visalia, California, was a secretary and a legal-process clerk. She devoted a number of years to newspaper work, as a news reporter and copy editor in both Arizona and California.
Our search for answers continues this week as we explore endless possibilities for the President’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative. Last week we looked at the U.S. Department of Education as a self-proclaimed lead agency for interagency efforts on behalf of historically disadvantaged children. We also looked into a federal Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs that’s been spewing policies and perpetuating programs that may be inconsistent with the president’s agenda. We asked ourselves, now we ask you, if the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs is working, why would the President need to create My Brother’s Keeper? Join us as American Mentors look to the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Homeland Security and the President's Council of Economic Advisers for some answers on economic security and some unconventional insight on the threat from toxic waste.
Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, fires away at tyranny and advances liberty. Shane takes on the following issues:
1. What happens when the government detains someone when no crime has been committed? What does the Fourth Amendment say? Tune in for this fiery debate.
2. Our founders established four year terms for our president, yet the 22nd Amendment establishes term limits.
3. What does government waste money on? Bet you've never heard of some of the things.
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Find out more about how to get involved by going to Freedom Fires or Shane Krauser Enterprises.
Alex Beauchamp from Food and Water Watch discusses fracking waste being dumped in New York State from Pennsylvania
Join us as we speak to Echogen Power Systems Phil Brennan.
Philip has 24 years of leadership in business development, marketing and sales management with Fortune 100 companies and entrepreneurial start-ups. He has led and managed a variety of businesses, ranging from $220 million + portfolios to turnarounds, to emerging start-ups. Over his career Phil has conceived, developed, and launched over 100 new products in the plastics, nutraceuticals, food and packaged goods industries, and has raised over $50 million in equity and grant funding while preparing companies for the next stage of growth. He has held senior and executive management positions in operations, finance, manufacturing, sales and general management for Pfizer, Warner Lambert and Rubbermaid and was the youngest recipient of Georgetown University's Graduate Fellowship for the Masters in Business Administration.
In this show you’ll learn:
The 5 Rs to achieve zero waste in your home.
Why it is important to live a zero waste life.
How to encourage those around you to also live a zero waste life.
Background and Guest Information:
Environmental Protection Agency statistics indicate that American households collectively produced 243 million tons of trash in 2009, of which 82 million tons was composted or recycled.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Bea Johnson as they discuss how reducing the amount of garbage we produce affects our health and the life we lead.
Bea Johnson shatters preconceptions about environmental living with passion, proving that zero waste can not only be “stylish”, but also lead to significant health benefits, plus time and money savings.
For additional tips and ideas, you can go to Bea’s blog. You can also purchase her book, “Zero Waste Home.”
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that food plays in your health and strategies for planning your meals for you to live your life full of energy and vitality.
Maybe it's me, but Politics today appears to be morphing into more of a sideshow than it ever has before.
It's basically a two party system where a person whose vast and unique needs just cannot be satisfied with such a limited menu from which to choose from.
Democrat or Republican.
One side versus the other.
Which one do you fit in?
It's literally impossible to squeeze the entire population of the United States of America onto either side but we seem to fall for the game and mental trap!
We have grown men and women who are running for these various offices and positions who for the most part tend to act in a subhuman cut throat manner simply because they want to win and seem they will do so at any cost.
On the other hand, you may get the feeling like I did that this is one big sham because right after these elections, the same two who were airing each others dirty laundry out for the world to see are now enjoying a game of golf together or hanging out at an exclusive social club appearing to be the best of friends!
While I do understand that the positions and offices in politics serves a purpose when it comes to keeping the lifeblood of the country pumping on so many different organized levels such as on a local, state and federal perspective, but what I have a challenge understanding is that gray area in which corruption and deception thrive.
Why is it that we can find a potential candidate dumping one million dollars of his own personal funds into a campaign that will only place him in an office that pays a little over $100,000?
To me it appears that politics is necessary but there is just too much room for unscrupulous behavior when it comes to the power that a mere human being is given which results in the scandals that frequent the news in what appears to be a daily event somewhere in the country.
Host Dana Rose Crystal continues a discussion from the previous show regarding student government, freedom of speech and so forth. 7 years ago, FC AS violated her Freedom of Speech. Is it worth it at all? Is Community College a waste of time? Should students just move as quickly as possible to University?
Meet Jenny Dawson, a former hedge fund manager who is the founder of Rubies in the Rubble, a company that manufactures delicious chutneys from vegetables rejected for sale for surplus or aesthetic reasons. Find out how Jenny and her company are fighting a war on waste on your favorite personal finance show.
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's guest is Bill Rumpke, Jr. CEO & President of Rumpke Waste & Recycling, Inc. Bill will share his perspectives and insights on current HOT business issues in the area of waste and recycling.
The show streamed live on Friday October 10th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/6918959
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