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California is dumping a trillion gallons of fresh Water in the ocean. Only liberals would declare a water shortage disaster after spending years dumping good, fresh water into the ocean to protect a non-endangered bait fish.
California is dumping trillions of gallons of fresh water into the ocean, creating a man-made disaster, to protect an non-endangered bait fish. California is dumping trillions of gallons of fresh water into the ocean, creating a man-made disaster, to protect an non-endangered bait fish. For years now, the southern 1/3 of the beautiful San Joaquin Valley’s farmland has been turned into a “man-made” dust bowl.
The Department of Homeland Security is set to purchase over 62 million rounds of ammo typically used in AR-15 semi-automatic rifles, just weeks after the ATF was forced to back down on a ban on M855 bullets.
A posting on FedBizOpps.gov this week reveals that the DHS is looking to contract with a company to provide 12.6 million rounds of .223 Remington ammunition per year for a period of five years – totaling 62.5 million bullets.
At least five Walmart stores throughout the country have announced that they are closing for up to six months due to plumbing issues.
Stores in California, Texas, Florida, and Oklahoma closed Tuesday with little to no warning, in some cases without even letting the city know, leaving thousands of people without jobs Walmart claims employees can move to another store) and sparking widespread theories as to the real reason for the abrupt closure.
In California, Exploding “Smart Meters” Spy on Your Water Use:Government’s latest Orwellian tools to spy on citizens, known as “smart meters,” are literally blowing up and catching fire, risking lives and property to facilitate what even officials acknowledge amounts to intrusive state surveillanc
Zem Joaquin founder and CEO of Ecofabulous and Global Green’s Successful Annual Fundraiser and Ecofashion event will join me to talk about her sustainable conglomerate of successful green ventures, what ecofabulous is all about, and how to go “green” and maintain a well lived ‘eco’ life. http://ecofabulous.com/
The Untamed Chef Welcomes you into his World of all things Culinary No Rules, except the rule to cook what you want when you want I will teach Simple Recipes that will make any ordinary cook into an extraordinary Chef....the real truth of what to expect working in an industry that will chew you up spit you out and step on you if you let it... Culinary Q&A from all over the World...
Michael C. Donaldson is an entertainment attorney who has been fighting for independent filmmakers for over 30 yrs. which has made him an expert at the art of negotiation. He is the founding partner of Donaldson & Callif, a Beverly Hills law firm specializing in entertainment & copyright law, with particular emphasis on the representation of independent film producers. As President of the International Documentary Association, he negotiated with the cable networks to prevent the wholesale migration of credits from the screen to the internet by organizing and leading the Documentary Credit Coalition. Michael is a much lauded author and sought-after public speaker, as well. He is the author of Do It Yourself! Trademarks & Copyrights, released in 1995 and Clearance & Copyright, used in 50 film schools and winner of three national book awards.
Lisa Callif, named by Variety as one of The Best & The Brightest (2011), is an entertainment attorney whose focus is on representing indie filmmakers in all aspects of their filmmaking, including development, production & distribution. Lisa does a significant amount of clearance work for documentaries as well as being one of the few attorneys in the entertainment industry to represent live theaters. Lisa has worked on such films as “Invisible War” (Grand Jury Prize, Best Documentary, Sundance 2012), “Inside Job” (Academy Award® winner 2011), “Insidious” (from the producers of Paranormal Activity), “How to Die In Oregon” (Grand Jury Prize, Best Documentary, Sundance 2011), “I’m Still Here” (starring Joaquin Phoenix), “Teenage Paparazzo” (starring Adrian Grenier), “Waiting for Superman,” “The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers” (Academy Award® nominee 2010).
Meet author Lisa Renee Williams. I'll be chatting with her about her book, The Sister Song: A Story Book for Grown Up Sisters.
About the book:
Have you ever felt as though you were rejected, alone, abandoned or unloved, much like an orphan? Like you just wanted to start over? In her book The Sister Song, author Lisa RenÃ©e Williams allegorizes her own childhood struggles and experiences of how she and her own sisters came to a place of spiritual and emotional restoration. Come along with Katrina, Paige, Meg and Emily as they make their journey out of 'The Deep Dark Woods' to a much better place. You'll laugh, you'll cry and you'll find that these orphaned children are not much different than you. Written in story book fashion, The Sister Song will delight the child within every adult to believe in the healing truth hidden within the fairytale.
About the author:
Author and Public Speaker Lisa Renée Williams was born and raised in the sunny San Joaquin
Valley of California. She is a 1981 graduate of Christ for the Nations Bible Institute in Dallas,
Texas where she earned her degree in Practical Theology. She is a Stage III Lyme Disease
survivor and is an advocate to raise awareness of this tragic, misunderstood disease. Lisa is the
proud mother of two grown sons, both Veterans and Grandmother to three Grandchildren. She
and her husband, Chuck, make their home in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Discussing who should win and who will win the globes this year!
Film historian James Colt Harrison and Classic Movie Guide founder Diana Saenger drop by to preview the upcoming 72nd Golden Globe Awards, which will take place on January 11 with funny ladies Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as co-hosts again this year. James and Diana plan to focus on the awards for Best Picture as well as Best Actor and Best Actress in the drama and comedy/musical categories.
Films in contention include Boyhood, Foxcatcher, The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything, Selma, Into the Woods, Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, St. Vincent and Pride. Nominees in the acting categories are: Eddie Redmayne, Steve Carell, Benedict Cumberbatch, David Oyelowo, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Keaton, Bill Murray, Ralph Fiennes, Christoph Waltz, Joaquin Phoenix, Julianne Moore, Rosamund Pike, Reese Witherspoon, Felicity Jones, Jennifer Aniston, Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Helen Mirren and Quevenzshane Wallis.
James Colt Harrison has contributed film commentary to such outlets as the La Jolla Village News, Rage Monthly, No Cover Music Magazine and San Diego Metro Weekly. Diana Saenger not only heads up Classic Movie Guide, she's also entertainment editor for the San Diego East County Gazette and operates her own site called Review Express.
On this week's show, BFCA film critic Travis Hopson and Joblo.com's Christopher Bumbray review David Fincher's Gone Girl, starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, and based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn. Is the hype all its cracked up to be? Should we be looking at Gone Girl as a potential Oscar contender?
Plus, up 'n coming writer/director Justin Simien joins the show to talk about his controversial comedy on race with the in-your-face title, Dear White People! All this and the latest news straight from Hollywood including Joaquin Phoenix's talks with Marvel over Doctor Strange; new Twilight short films, and more!
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