• 01:58

    Supreme Sense = Net, Leaders, Wannabes & Perceptions

    in Politics Conservative

    Supreme Sense with 1SupremeGoddess = Net, Leaders, Wannabes & Perceptions ..... Monday night, 3/2/2015 at 7:30pm Eastern .... 


    While we were all fussed up about yet MORE distracting government shutdown "the sky is falling" rhetoric last week the FCC sold us out to a Government take over of the Internet.


    Along with this was all the false outrage over Bibi's speech before Congress & all the resulting, angst, drama & theater from ALL the USUAL SUSPECTS over how this will impact the President's plans with Iran.


    CPAC was also last week & with it all the buzz over the up & comers, not to mention the differences between what it is that the establishment GOP & true Conservative Republicans really WANT.


    & the GOP Republicans aren't the only ones in division of what they really want & how they see themselves, the Democrats are in much the same boat as we are where the EXTREMIST are trying to take over the party. We ALL need to decide what our party stands for & figure out where we REALLY stand, don't we.


    Lets discuss these issues & possibly other things as well.


    Join me & my co-hosts, @NukNeutron & @1Anobody  as we chat about these issues & possibly more .... YOUR QUESTIONS & COMMENTS are ALWAYS WELCOMED & encouraged, so feel free to CALL 914-338-1458, or join the chat room discussion & let us know what YOU think.


    We WILL get through these stormy seas TOGETHER!

  • 00:30

    Carol Stratton,Lake Surrender

    in Books

    In my first novel, Lake Surrender, I use my love of Michigan lakes to tell a story of a woman struggling with abrupt change and difficult circumstances to see a greater hand at work.

    With slices of humor, I write of hardships many face as a single mom, a parent of a disabled child, a displaced employee, a lonely widow and a once homeless young man.

    My characters, flawed, live through unnerving stress, like a barefoot water-skier hanging on to the boat connected with one strand of yarn to life. While hanging onto the boat for dear life they find the unwavering patience of God in the most unusual places.

    Using my degree in Recreational Therapy I have worked with autistic children, In this novel I wanted a story that would lift their value in the world while at the same time highlight the difficulty raising such a special child.

    My first book, Changing Zip Codes: Finding Community Wherever You're Transplanted is a devotional for movers, anecdotes pulled from 22 moves. I have a passion to help families move reminding them they will have a life and community at the other end.


    A foot loose and fancy-free freelancer for fourteen years I've now settled down to a regular gig as a reporter for the Mooresville Weekly in Davidson, North Carolina.

    Words define me....I love to speak to women's groups such as MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and at national writers' conferences.

    Family defines me more. I have a great husband, four grown children and five grandchildren. As far as hobbies I love music and favor bluegrass. If prodded, I will produce a mandolin.

    My secret dream was to become a lounge singer. But realizing that dream is a little late to happen, I've found great contentment writing stories to encourage and inspire women. So actually I've chosen the better path.

  • 02:00

    bridges programming, conversation with Sidney "From Texas"

    in Energy

    We were pleased to meet Sidney this year.  And she is very capable of introducing herself and telling us tales of her life, so far.  We met her when we were looking for a solar powered boat and it turned out that she owns one!  But this was just the beginning of a very rewarding friendship.  Sidney was not only a heavy equiptment operator and boiler maker and an active union member but she is also a comedian (she writes her own jokes) and a liberal who was born a Texan!  

  • 00:28

    Great Loop Radio: Cruising Cuba

    in Travel

    Chuck Baier, author of the popular "Great Book of Anchorages..." series and the Trawler Beach House Blog (http://trawler-beach-house.blogspot.com/) will be our guest.  Chuck will share information on the current status of regulations for going to Cuba by boat, including who can go, what to expect when "checking in" upon arrival by boat, what you can bring back, what facilities are available, and more.

  • 01:18

    Black Reconstruction #LaShawnAllenMuhammad 323.927.2913

    in Business

    Hosted By: LaShawn Allen-Muhammad


    Who were the first Black Elected Officials? During the month of November, as the country gears up to re-elect or vote in the next wave of politicians, Black Reconstruction will revisit the Reconstruction era to pay homage to the Black Men who came before Obama.  During this tumultuous time, Blacks not only established townships, they also positioned themselves to be an integral part of government.   


    At a Glance.. In 1855, Brownhelm Township, founded by Col. Henry Brown,  gained notoriety throughout the U.S, when the township elected an African-American to government office.  The NY Syracuse Daily Journal, May 31, 1855 reported that John Mercer Langston was a fugitive slave who had been elected clerk.  Brownhelm's early residents had long been known for their strong anti-slavery stance; and Col. Henry Brown's home on the Lake Shore was often a final stop on the Underground Railroad, before reaching Canada by boat.   


    African-American Firsts: Government


    Local elected official: John Mercer Langston, 1855, town clerk of Brownhelm Township, Ohio.


    State elected official: Alexander Lucius Twilight, 1836, the Vermont legislature.


    Governor (appointed): P.B.S. Pinchback served as governor of Louisiana from Dec. 9, 1872-Jan. 13, 1873, during impeachment proceedings against the elected governor.


    U.S. Representative: Joseph Rainey became a Congressman from South Carolina in 1870 and was reelected four more times. 


    U.S. Senator: Hiram Revels became Senator from Mississippi from Feb. 25, 1870, to March 4, 1871, during Reconstruction.  


     

  • 00:29

    Why Evil will never go away

    in Religion

    For quite some time now I have been trying to convince you to pick up the Bible and read it for yourself, to determine how you think God wants you to live.  I have been trying to tell you that God’s will is not that which others tell you but that which you figure out yourself.  I have tried to let you in on a well-kept secret that no one knows the will of God except when it comes to their lives and only their lives.  My truth is my truth and all you have to do is respect it.  You do not have to agree and you will never be able to change it.  You may influence others to think about it and you may make a really good argument toward it but the final decision of change will not be yours, it will be theirs.  For quite some time I have tried to educate you on how important it was for you to take back that power you have given away to others to make you feel bad, to ignore your own feelings and to accept their truth.  Because of this, some have begun to assume that it is about control but what it is truly about is them not happy with who they are.  It is about them missing something but not quite knowing exactly what it is.  It is about them thinking that as long as they have others traveling in the same boat as they are, they will not have to suffer alone.  My how they are wrong.

  • 01:06

    Episode 268: 21st Century Sims

    in Military

    Who was "The Gun Doctor," the officer who over a century ago led the revolution in naval gunnery, the development of torpedo boat and destroyer operations, and during WWI served as the senior US naval commander in Europe?  More than the man instrumental in the establishment of the convoy system that helped keep the United Kingdom from starvation in the conflict, following the war his leadership as president of the Naval War College he help to established the creative and innovative Navy that in the interwar period developed the operating concepts for the submarines and aircraft carriers that led the victory in World War II.


    What are the lessons of a century ago taught by Admiral William S. Sims, USN that are critically important for the serving officer today?


    Our guest for the full hour to discuss this latest book, 21st Century Sims, will be returning guest, LCDR Benjamin Armstrong, USN.


    Benjamin "BJ" Armstrong is a naval aviator who has served as a helicopter pilot flying amphibious search and rescue and special warfare missions and as the Officer-in-Charge of a Navy helicopter gunship detachment deployed for counter-piracy and counter-terror operations. He is a PhD Candidate in the Department of War Studies, King's College, London.

  • 00:13

    The Oppression of our American Veterans

    in Politics Conservative

    Ron Boat speaks out on the current goverment oppression of the American Veterans and our Troops. The Obama administration has been cutting back not just on big things with our veterans and Troops, but on the small things as well showing a disturbing pattern.


    Our You Tube version: https://www.youtube.com/user/ATNBROADCASTING/videos


    Our Daily News: http://leahtillock.blogspot.com/


    Our Website: http://www.atnworldnews.com/

  • 01:31

    INDIE REVIEW RADIO/ BRADD MARQUIS / INDIE ARTIST

    in Entertainment

    Towering, boyishly handsome, and boasting a baritone dipped in the gravel and gravy of Southern soul, Marquis is one of the streets and the steeple. A committed man of dedicated faith and community service, Marquis is the anti-thesis of today’s R&B bad boys. Like his inspirations, Marquis started his stage life in front of the pews. Deriving from a rich family legacy of performers that includes blood ties to Phyllis Hyman, Debbie Allen, and Phylicia Rashad, Marquis traveled as a child performer in the “Family & Friends” gospel troupe. He rocked the church with preternaturally grown vocals until high school. A star-turning performance at a college show returned Marquis to music and later membership with the R&B quartet, Mass Appeal. Soon joining up with Babyface’s production team, Marquis further refined his music and engineering skills, working with future Finding My Way producer, Jeremy “Cochise” Ball, Thank You producer, Angelo Ray, as well as the legendary Gerald Levert and the Rude Boys. In 2009, Marquis independently released the FMW2.5 mixtape. While Marquis debut and mixtape told of his broken engagement, 2011’s Authentic was more introspective. Moody blues and torch ballad rich, Authentic was a raw, transparent portrait of a man struggling with hard decisions at life’s crossroads. Singing about broken families, lost love, and the roughness of the industry climb prompted Marquis to take a hiatus to make peace with family, study, and re-discover his spirituality and church. Largely written and recorded in five days with sole producer Angelo Ray, the more up-tempo Thank You is a love letter to everyone who stuck by and loved Marquis through his turmoil and evolution into manhood.

  • 01:02

    Mardi Gras: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

    in Politics Progressive

    On the November 19, 2015 episode of Liberal Dan Radio: 


    Mardi Gras took place this past week in New Orleans and I will review some of my personal experiences as well as some of the other events that took place. Some have even sggested that this was one of the rudest Mardi Gras in recent history. Is it tourists? Locals? Students? 


    But before that I will discuss several other issues that have been going on in the news recently. 


    Marie Harf made a ruckus because of comments she made about terrorism and poverty. While I do not necessarilly agree with her assessment completely I also question the legitimacy of the arguments made by those who are attacking her for making what they call "stupid" arguments. Some point to the lack of criticism of President Bush when he pretty much said the same thing previously. However, there is another reason why we shouldn't take such folks seriously. 


    Finally, the City of New Orleans passed a smoking ordinance that I feel goes way to far in some areas and completely misses the boat in other areas. I will go over why the ban should pretty much be flipped from what it currently is using my mardi gras experiences as an example. 


    Those stories, headlines, tweet of the week and more this week on Liberal Dan Radio, Talk From the Left That's Right. Thursdays at 8pm Central on Blog Talk Radio. 


    Remember, the Liberal Dan Go Fund Me page is still up and running. Please consider supporting the show. 


    And if you are listening after the live broadcast you can always comment on the show thread at LiberalDan.com. 


     


     

  • 02:09

    TODAY WE TAKE A TRIP TO THE ISLANDS WITH L.B. BORK

    in US Government

    You were just going about your day on a boat in the quest for the truth for what you perceive to be a short tour. You find the weather to be beautiful... Business is going as usual, however someone else is watching the helm, and through a series of events find yourself in a situation that is just not quite what you had prepared yourself for...


    Welcome to “The Islands”, each one was created to represent where you wanted to go and be, but in reality is nothing of the sort. That realization is where we all were at one time or another. This project is to explore the vast amount of patriot rabbit trails, dis/misinformation, and alleged remedies in the sea of deception that could cause us all to sink.


    Island Makers Project


    http://www.islandmakers.us/home


    Operatives and Opportunists


    http://www.pacinlaw.us/operatives


    LB Is also author of the Red Amendment find out more by going to Pacalliance.us

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