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In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald, will talk to bee health advocates Bonnie Raindrop and Bill Castro about efforts in Maryland to restrict use of neonicotinoids by passing Senate Bill 163/House Bill 6055, The 2015 Pollinator Protection Act.
Bonnie Raindrop is the Legislative Chair for the Central Maryland Beekeepers Association (CMBA). CMBA is a member organization of the Smart on Pesticides Maryland coalition which has over 60 organizations who are working together to pass the Pollinator Protection Act in Maryland in the 2015 legislative session. She has been a beekeeper for 9 years.
Bill Castro is a full-time urban treatment-free beekeeper in Baltimore City who has been involved with bees in one way or another for nearly 40 years, and a military spouse. He owns and operates Bee Friendly Apiary. His love of nature and deep respect for honey bees has also been shared through volunteering in Baltimore City classroom education for school age children as well as speaking publicly to civic groups and garden clubs. He promotes honey bee stewardship and a chemical free environment.
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"Police Officer Turn Whistleblower," is the title of today's episode of Center Stage. Sgt Cheryl Dorsey and Alex M. Salazar, both members of the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers a.k.a NCLEO will be my guests. NCLEO is an organization of current, former, and retired members of law enforcement who are now whistleblowers against their police departments. Sgt Cheryl Dorsey and Alex M. Salazar along with other members of NCLEO just returned from Washington DC, where they spoke to members of congress about their organization and how to better combat police brutality.
A PROTECTION ORDER FOR FIDO? THIS COULD BE BIG!
People who know about domestic violence know how animals are often victims of abusers, and animals are often reasons women find it difficult to get away from an abusive situation. If someone says they will kill the dog if you leave, you think twice about leaving.
Rep. Liz Vazquez (R) of Alaska understands how domestic violence works. She knows abusers use every trick in the book, every controlling thing they can think of to keep their victims under their thumbs. That’s why she is sponsoring Alaska HB 147. The bill would allow courts to include animals in a protective order, which means that if the protection order is violated, there are consequences for the abuser just as if he violated a protection against the human being protected. Think of the possibilities such a bill could have, not only for protecting pets, but also for helping victims and their children.
Rep. Vazquez was born in New York, went to law school at Cornell, served as an administrative law judge and was an assistant attorney general and prosecutor. The first co-sponsor of the bill is Rep. Max Gruenberg (D), who has been an Alaska State representative for 20 years, a decorated veteran of the US Navy, who graduated from Stanford and the UCLA Law School. They are just two representatives at the forefront in what is a law that could have great benefits for victims of domestic violence.
Join both representatives on Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to find out more about this proposed legislation, and to talk with the representatives sponsoring it.
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On today’s episode of Faith Time with Faye Nicole Hines, you will learn about God’s hedge of protection for your life. The Lord is here to protect you and your entire family from harm. God sees what we can’t see from afar and He will equip you with spiritual strength and armor to help defeat the enemy.
There are many scams that are ongoing in the small business asset protection world. Simply, there is much false information spread about concerning business credit issues and even so-called protection “policies” sold by non-licensed professionals. In this show, Bill and Rick explore both what asset protection means for small businesses, as well as what it should not mean. Once convinced you should employ asset protection tools for your business, and you should, learn how to ensure its proper adaptation to your particular business model and avoid the “oversell” scammers.
The Able Act was signed into law by President Obama and promises to help people with disabilities live lives of more independence through tax free savings accounts. Join us as we discuss how these account will work with Mark Friese, Vice President of Special Needs Planning at Merrill Lynch, and Sara Weir, President National Downs Syndrome Society.
<strong>In order to protect yourself from transactions which occur during the course of your business, <em>every</em> contract you enter into on behalf of your business should be in writing in order to cement the terms of the contract in a form that is less susceptible to dispute. In this show, Bill and Rick discuss how you can be more assured of what you bargained for and therefore make yourself less likely to expose your assets to loss, should a “contrived” dispute arise.</strong>
Organization: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
Guests: Holly Petraeus
Hosted By: Dustin Luce, VAREP Co-Founder
Show Description: The Dodd-Frank Act assigns the CFPB’s Office of Servicemember Affairs (OSA) the responsibility to educate and empower servicemembers and their families to make better informed decisions regarding consumer financial products and services. Listen as Holly Petraeus discusses the OSA's responsibilities and accomplishments to date.
Paul says, "Act like Men" to the church at Corinth. Join us Monday, the 16th at 9PM as we discuss our great need to "act like "Men"! Would love to have you join us and call in. Let me know some ways that you see the definition of a man being destroyed in todays culture. Call, chat, facebook, tweet. Let me know what's going on!
Act One - Episode Two
Synopsis: In a world where literacy is outlawed and people are dependant on technology, a fireman who burns books for a living eventually changes his perspective and strives to do something about it. In this episode, Guy Montag's wife Mildred has recovered from her drug overdose yet still remains oblivious to the event even when pressed on it by her concerned husband. Clarisse, the young girl he met on his walk home previously, insinuates herself into his daily lifestyle and a friendship grows between them with her influence slowly affecting how he sees things. Awareness and insatiable curiosity growing, Guy ends up questioning things to the surprise of his co-workers and boss. At episode's end, their latest bit of field work goes horribly wrong with devestating consequences that bring reality crashing down on Guy all over again.
Rated: PG-13 for strong, scary images, situations and violence.
Written By: Ray Bradbury
Serial Adaption By: Tim Pylypiuk
Performed By: Tim Pylypiuk and Maria Illiou
Images By: Steve Crisp, Zazzle.ca, weebly.com, Valerie K, Wolfbane15, Bonnielass22
Music By: Pink Floyd, The Gorillaz and The Gentleman Losers
Fahrenheit 451 available where books are sold