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Roberta Burton, an author by heart, lives in Tallahassee where she writes novels birthed from her clinical psychology and marriage and family therapy degrees. She writes to show readers how they can change regardless of how messed up they think they are. Burton's award winning “The Do It Yourself Project” appeared in the Seven Hills Review and in Life Lessons: Writings from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at FSU. Burton's poetry has appeared in The Florida State Poetry Association's anthology. Other interests include award-winning watercolors, martial arts healing, and alternative health medicine. She has been a voracious reader since childhood when her mother stopped reading too soon. “The Burgundy Briefcase is my way of sharing what I have learned, as a therapist and as a human being, about living life on life's terms.”
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If it isn't it should apparent to any red-blooded conservative that the current conservative/Republican infrastructure is not sufficient to move the message of conservatism any farther than it is right now. It is time to build a new infrastructure that is willing to move into new areas in news ways to touch new people. A very important aspect of this infrastructure is media. Current Republicans are, and for good reason, afraid of the liberal media spin on anything that they don't like. We have to understand that the bully pulpit is controled by media sources that are not friendly to the conservative cause. And they broadcast to every corner of the world 24/7. The only ways to combat that media machine is to buy them, fire everyon there and replace them with journalists, not activists. Or build a separate more powerful media infrastructure. The Willie Lawson Show nad show like it are ready to become the pillars of that new infrastructure. Help us by investing in our future. Go to www.willielawsonshow.com and click the paypal donate button to invest in our future. Another place to to help build is the Black Conservatives Fund http://blackconservativesfund.com/.
Join Mr. Willie Stubbins, COPE chairperson of the Alief American Federation of Teachers and School Employees and Alief ISD school board candidate Natasha Butler in the studio.
Education issues are at the foundation of many of the problems facing young people today. These two individuals are part of the education system and will share with you their interests,and concerns.
With a bond election on the ballot this year, there is much to discuss in the Alief ISD.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss a un-written law of society that everyone should know and that is:
Willie Sutton's Law
Willie Sutton's Law: Where ever wealth is known someone will attempt to steal it.
Willie Sutton was a prolific bank robber. He is known for an answer that he gave as to why he robbed banks; he stated that the reason why he robbed banks was "That Is Where They Keep The Money".
Money comes in many different forms. It could come in the form of a debt free house, land, intellectual property, or anything of value. No matter what that form of wealth is.......if it is know to other people, sooner or later somone will attempt to steal it. Knowing this fact we must take precaution to "hide our wealth" from potential predators.
Former NBA Player Willie Burton stops by Fan Junkies Radio (replay) to talk about his time in the NBA with the Miami Heat, Philadelphia 76ers and other teams/.
Burton also talks about his newest ventured "Educated Stars of Tomorrow" which teaches high value learning objectives that should be addressed to promote academic achievement and health and wellness in student athletes.
This was an amazing show that you should listen to if you are a fan of the NBA or about student atheltes learning the game the right way.
In his three and a half decades as a recording artist, Willie Nile has earned a reputation as both a fiercely committed rock ’n’ roller and a singularly insightful songwriter. It’s Nile’s introspective side that fuels If I Was A River, a deeply compelling ten-song collection that diverges from his usual sound, while affirming the remarkable melodic and lyrical skills that have long endeared the artist to his passionately loyal fan base.Working with Grammy-winning producer Stewart Lerman (Boardwalk Empire, Antony and the Johnsons, Loudon Wainwright III, Dar Williams) Nile recorded the material in an appropriately spare environment that helped to capture the songs’ intimacy and immediacy. He also employed the same Steinway Grand piano that he'd played 34 years earlier on the evening of the death of John Lennon, while both Lennon and Nile were recording at Manhattan’s Record Plant. When Nile was working on If I Was A River, the legendary piano was residing at Hobo Sound in Weehawken, NJ, where he recorded the new album with a minimum of embellishment or trickery. If I Was A River also features some contributions from guitar master Steuart Smith (of Eagles/Rosanne Cash/Rodney Crowell fame) and multi-instrumental stringmaster David Mansfield (whose voluminous credits range from Bob Dylan to Johnny Cash to Yo La Tengo), along with backing vocals from singer-songwriter and frequent Nile co-writer Frankie Lee.It’s hard to think of many other artists who are doing some of their best work in the fourth decade of their careers, but Willie Nile continues to seek out new creative challenges and conquer new musical territory.“Doing this album was liberating in many ways,” he states. “I learned that it’s fun to change horses and take different roads from time to time as one travels through life, and I think I'll carry that lesson with me in the records that I make in the future.?
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