• 00:21

    The First Census of the Israelite Nation and You (Numbers 1 & 2)

    in Christianity

    God is preparing to move His people into the Promised Land, and the first step He takes is to take a census. God organizes the people, which will make it easier for them to gather for battle as well as keep their stay in the wilderness orderly.


     


    Overview of Numbers: At this point it has been about a year since they left Egypt. God's intention is to lead them directly into their land of Promise.  But the people rebel and disobey. This book covers 38 years, as the Israelites wander in the wilderness literally to wait until the disobedient generation dies off.

  • 01:12

    SSWAG - Same Sex marriage and The US Census

    in Entertainment

    New and updated data made available by the Census Bureau informs us that there's been a shift going on in our nation.

    The Census Bureau is now including information on same sex couples who are married with a license.

    In a recent article from the U.S. Census, the number of legally married same-sex couple households increased from approximately 182,000 in 2012 to approximately 252,000 in 2013.

    It's high time for the Bold Believers to come together and take a stand to get as many souls set free and minds transformed and renewed through The Love of Christ!

    Tune in for more and call in and let us know your thoughts on this subject. See the information below.

    www.sswagtalkradio.com or
    www.blogtalkradio.com / niacomplatform or
    323-693-3830, press 1 (if you have a question or comment )

  • 00:01

    1491 Census: Tribal Nations Map of Turtle Island with Aaron Carapella, Cherokee

    in Religion

    The 1491 Census: Native Creates Tribal Nations Map of Turtle Island


    http://tribalnationsmaps.com/


    It took him 14 years and thousands of hours, but Aaron Carapella finally did it. He created a map that represents what Turtle Island looked like in 1490. It shows where roughly 590 Native nations were located and gives their indigenous names, instead of the names given by Europeans.


    Being part Cherokee, or Aniyunwiyah, and having grown up in the city, he’s always sought more knowledge of Native history and culture.


    “I would attend pow pows and scour through the items vendors had for sell [sic]. From time to time I would see maps of the traditional territories of our tribes, but thought they looked incomplete, and the names mostly inaccurate. I filed away the idea of one day creating a more authentic-looking one myself,” Carapella says on his website. “Years went by as I looked from time to time for a better map. One day I decided, ‘It’s time to make a REAL map of Native America, as WE see it.’ It started with four poster boards and a rough pencil drawing of the United States. Over the next 14 years I would create the Tribal Nations Map.”


    The process of collecting the real names of tribes was a tedious one. He studied books, and called tribes individually.


    “Some tribes, once contacted, wouldn’t know that information,” he told the Tulalip News. But the tribe always got back to him with someone who could tell him what he needed to know to continue his research.

  • 02:01

    Dominique Huff Episodes: Young People-Young Professionals Political Census

    in Entertainment

    We have said for two shows now that young people and young professionals are often ignored.  We will discuss in detail why that is and how communities are not aging gracefully because of this.  Too many communities are getting left behind because of their failure to evolve.  Join us!  

  • 02:00

    Spingola and Friends

    in Education

    Deanna talks about Birobidjan, a Jewish Sanctuary and The Ha’avara Agreement, The Ruling Elite, Death, Destruction and Domination

  • 02:34

    Live:How do Men Feel, Women wearing the Pants More Educated & Making More Money

    in Music

    Live:How do Men Feel, Women wearing the Pants More Educated & Making More Money


    this year noted a surge in women between the ages of 30 and 44 making more money than their husbands.Women made more money than men in 22 percent of married couples surveyed in 2007, compared with 4 percent in 1970. While men make more money overall and hold more management positions, women are making greater gains.


    "The supply of men has changed," said D'Vera Cohn, senior writer at the Pew Research Center's Social and Demographic Trends project. "The pool of college educated men isn't growing as rapidly as it is for women."


    There is also a gender shift in the realm of education. Women represent nearly 60 percent of students holding advanced degrees in areas such as medicine, law, business and graduate programs, the U.S. Census reported in April.Researchers have found educational attainment to be a higher priority among couples than ever. Popular online dating sites Match.com and eHarmony report that romances happen occasionally between educated, professional women and men who are less educated or have a lower salary.


    Leah MacIsaac-Ruff, 45, works 11-hour-plus-days as a technology vice president at a Wall Street firm. She has a college degree. So does her husband, Doug, 43, who walks dogs for a living.MacIsaac-Ruff may be the breadwinner, but she finds her husband's career choice refreshing.


    "If I were to marry a type-A personality and we sat on our computers side by side in the evenings, I think I'd die," she says. "I think I'd be in a cold relationship. The last thing I want is to go home to an investment banker."


    www.crsradio.com www.caribbeanradioshow.com 661-467-2407


     

  • 00:34

    The Shortage of Marriageable Black Men & Black Women's Dreams of Motherhood

    in Self Help

    What's driving more single African-American women to adopt? Like other women, African American women dream of marriage and motherhood. But with the grim number of marriageable black men, professional black women aren’t finding husbands.


    According to the 2006 U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, 45 percent of African-American women have never been married, compared with 23 percent of white women.


    But the decision to adopt isn't just driven by the paucity of eligible African-American men, others say.  "In many cases, it [the pressure to be a mother] begins to set up feelings of unworthiness, poor self-esteem and the feeling that 'I'm not fully a woman,' says Toni Oliver, founder and CEO of Roots Adoption Agency in Atlanta, Georgia, whose agency sees more single African-American women adopting because of infertility issues.


    My guest, Lynda Dorman, 50, was one of these women. Lynda, who holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of International Management from the University of Maryland, University College, decided to stop waiting to get married to become a mother and instead adopted sisters, Leah, 9, and Lauren, 8. Lynda shares her story of letting go, forgiveness, and acceptance.


    Join us Thursday, April 2, 2015, 6:30pm ET for a dynamic conversation on She Struts Radio.


     


     

  • 00:31

    Simran Singh Your journey to love

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people I am truly blessed that you have decided to support the ministry. Every week I like to bring something new to the platform which will inspire all women. My guest tonight is no other than Simran Singh.Every person desires to find that "ultimate soul mate." According to the U.S. census, there are 100 million active singles in the United States alone. Each one of them is seeking their true soul mate. Because of heartbreak, pain, loneliness, or a need to feel complete, even those who are in a relationship wonder, from time to time, if an ultimate soul mate exists beyond their current experience. 

    A grand awakening is on the cusp for this planet, but cannot occur unless people wake up to themselves. There is a great need for swift and concise understanding of what is beyond the illusion of fairytale Love. In this moment, too many buy into their preoccupation of Love rather than the reality; they are the Love they seek. 

    Your Journey to Love is the experience of real Love, not by steps, processes and tools... but through integration and communing. 

    The greatest quest in life is 'to Love and be Loved'. The idea of a twin flame, true love or ultimate soulmate teases the mind, especially through the most challenging moments of life. The soul's true mate is not 'out there'... it sits waiting within. Your Journey to Love is a guiding path along the inner road to true love and your soul's true mate.

    Simran Singh is author of Your Journey to Enlightenment: Twelve Guiding Principles of Love Courage and Commitment in the New Dawn New Page Publishers and Conversations With The Universe, Select Books Publishers. Simran's latest, Your Journey to Love: Discover the Path to Your Soul's True Mate - New Page Books will be released February 2015. 

  • 01:59

    "What's Happening Iowa" What do men think about staying home with the kids?

    in Entertainment

    The U.S. Census Bureau reports that 32 percent of fathers with a working wife regularly care for their children younger than 15, according to data collected in spring 2010. That is up from 26 percent in 2002.


    When comparing households with working mothers in different regions, the Midwest — with 33 percent — had the highest percentage of fathers serving as primary caregivers for preschool-aged children, according to the census. The South had the lowest with 24 percent.

  • 01:57

    Voting rates by race prove diversity will never loose Presidential elections

    in Politics

    According to the US Census, "In 2012, the overall voting rate was 61.8%." "Overall, in the last five Presidential elections, the non-Hispanic White share of total votes cast dropped by about 9 percentage points.  In comparison, between 1996 and 2012, the Hispanic share of total votes cast increased by about 4%, while the Black share increased by about 3%."


    The Washington Post writes, "And while Obama did loose White voters by 20 points to former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney (the widest losing margin for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1984) he still won a clear popular vote victory - with a majority of his total vote nationwide coming from White voters."  How about that folks.  The majority of people who voted for President Obama were White!  Let's go!

  • 01:56

    I was just thinking...Is your city dying? Detroit the example...and why?

    in Politics

    Detroit a portrate of a dying city being resucitated for gentrification.


    In the 1950's, Detroit was considered the Paris of the west in regards to architecture. Entrepreneurs had an immense amount of wealth giving Detroit unique and magnificent building structures.


    What is happening presently to Detroit is precisely what is happening to America. Jobs are disappearing, and the middle class is being systematically destroyed. Less than half of the residents of Detroit over the age of 16 are working at this point. 2010, the city had a population of 713,777, more than a 60 percent drop from a peak population of over 1.8 million at the 1950 census.


    What it will be is called “Trickle-Down Urbanism,” or the process of displacing and relocating residents from urban neighborhoods that have been targeted for new investment and resources.


    Can and is this happening in your town?


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