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  • 00:45

    "The Jesuits in History" The Vatican Jesuit Global Conspiracy

    in History

    THE JESUITS IN HISTORY


    The true church of the Lord Jesus Christ has suffered reproach and endured persecution in every age since Stephen was martyred. In the early years of the church to confess Christ invited persecution and martyrdom.


    Augustine was one of the first, but certainly not the last, to advocate the necessity of force to extirpate error (the true Church of Lord Jesus Christ). As Farrar points out: "His writings became the Bible of the inquisition."1 So from then on, inquisitorial methods became part and parcel of Rome's intrigues although stridently denied by some contemporary writers. Martin Luther was used of God to set forth the liberating doctrine of justification by faith in the finished work of Christ and so dealt a death blow to Roman Catholicism. For this great Biblical doctrine destroys completely the whole-sacramentarian-good-works-priestly enterprise known as Roman Catholicism. Since the time of Luther the Roman institution has been working day and night to overthrow Bible Protestantism and return the "separated brethren" to the one true fold—the Vatican. No greater effort has been made than that made by the Jesuits. The Society of Jesus, founded by Loyola, has been at the origin of many conspiracies directed against Protestantism. They are documented conspiracies, not figments of an over active imagination. So it is nothing short of amazing when Gary Allen, who claims to be an authority in the field of conspiracy, calls in Pedro Arrupe to substantiate his thesis that a conspiracy exists. At the time that Allen wrote ten years ago, Pedro Arrupe was the head of the Jesuits. Quote from “NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY”Gary Allen:

  • 00:32

    Interview with Cory Marquardt

    in Music

    Ontario Country artist CORY MARQUARDT has just released his debut album called This Man featuring the first single "21."


    Cory returns as part of the Outlaws & Outsiders tour this June with dates in Ontario. The tour stars Aaron Pritchett and also features new country duo King & Cash.


    His influences range from Eric Church to Merle Haggard - and from Rush to John Mayer. If it's a good song, it'll catch Cory's ear. 


    "I’m a huge fan of Eric Church and very happy with what he is doing in country music," explains Cory. "I still have some boot left to fill but I’m making my way and plan on doing that. Like me, he has a solid rock background mixed with some traditional country which is included especially in our live show."


    Like most Canadian Country artists, the journey of writing and recording includes trips to Nashville.


    "Since my first trip to Nashville in 2012, I’ve written over 100 songs with some amazing writers and have created some really cool and honest songs. Writing with people like Rob Crosby, Jason Deere, James Dean Hicks, my good friend Danick Dupelle from Emerson Drive, Patricia Conroy and many more make the writing process fun and quite easy."


    Tune in to hear Cory talk about his music career, songwriting, Nashville, his new album & much more!

  • 00:54

    Discussing Politics With Russell Sakay!

    in Politics

     



    Republican Platform
     
    Country is exceptional
    Constitution should be honored, valued, and upheld
    Leaders should serve people, not special interests
    Families and communities should be strong and free from government intrusion
    Institution of traditional marriage is the foundation of society
    Government should be smaller, smarter and more efficient
    Health care decisions should be made by us and our doctors
    Paychecks should not be wasted on poorly run government programs
    Military must be strong and prepared to defend our shores
    Culture should respect and protect life
    Children should never be left in failing schools
    Veterans should have the best care and opportunities in the world
    Social programs should help lift people out of poverty
    America should be energy independent

  • 00:55

    REWIND: Chicago AM560 The Answer – The Success of Capitalism

    in Politics

    REPLAY!! AM560 The Answer - Yaron Brook Show from 5/23/2015


    You won't hear the traditional conservative views nor the standard libertarian ones on the Yaron Brook Show.  What you will hear is a discussion of Ayn Rand's radical, fundamental principles of freedom, objectivist perspective on rational self-interest, laissez fair capitalism and individual rights.  Yaron Brook invites you to the discussion.  You'll be intrigued, inspired and possibly angered.  The Yaron Brook Show, Saturday afternoons at 4 pm CT on AM 560 The Answer.


    This episode is a REPLAY of Yaron’s new weekly show on AM560 The Answer, which aired on May 23, 2015.  This new show airs live on Saturdays from 4 – 6 PM CT.  Tune-in to AM560 The Answer through the local radio station in Chicago!  To call into the show during airtime on Saturdays, dial:  312.642.5600.  You can also email questions to Yaron at ARIRadio@icloud.com.


    Not in Chicago? You can still tune in live!!



    Via the web: http://tunein.com/radio/AM-560-The-Answer-s17947/
    Via iHeart radio http://www.iheart.com/live/am-560-the-answer-5965/

  • 00:31

    COFFEE CHAT WITH CYNTHIA FEATURING LISA SHEPPARD VICE PRESIDENT OF MARKETING

    in Health

    Lisa Sheppard is a proven leader of US and international sales and marketing organizations, with expertise in developing successful growth strategies. She is known for creating dynamic campaigns that engage consumers and take away business from the competition in direct response, digital, social, traditional, product and mobile marketing. She has proven success leading internal and external teams to successful victories while overcoming challenges and road blocks. From luxury brands like Giorgio Beverly Hills Fragrance®, to multi-billion dollar brands such as Herbalife®, to $100 million brands such as Natrol®and entrepreneurial brands such as SOZO®, she has experience in both B2C as well as B2B.  Join me as we find out what Lisa is up to today and what the future holds for her.

  • 00:51

    Non Conventional Ways to Advertise Your Art

    in Art

    Advertising is a great way to promote your art. But traditional print advertising is expensive. There are hundreds of non-conventional ways to advertise your art that are a fraction of the cost of traditional advertising. Today’s show discusses many of these non-conventional ways to advertise your art. We will examine places to advertise where other artists aren’t, unique ways to advertise your art workshops, creative ways to advertise locally and finally, advertising on Facebook. 

  • Armchair Apologist

    in Paranormal

    Kristina Rake is a deacon of the United States Old Catholic Church. She received her Master’s Degree in Theology from the prestigious Andover Newton Theological Seminary near Boston and has been teaching scripture, theology, and apologetics to adults for over 15 years. In her own search for the Christianity taught by the Apostles, she found the Catholic Church and converted in 1999 after attending seminary for one year. She became Director of Adult Formation for a Suburban Chicago Parish of over 15,000 people. Deacon was in charge of all adult programming at the church, from adult education series to retreats and community events. 


         One of Deacon’s responsibilities was the R.C.I.A. program in which adults seek to convert to Catholicism. Here, Deacon Rake worked with people from all religious backgrounds: from Jewish converts to atheists to evangelicals to Mainline Protestantism to no religious background at all. Her experiences teaching Catholic Theology to people from such diverse religious backgrounds grounded her firmly in Catholic Apologetics. Deacon Rake was asked by groups all over her diocese to speak on a variety of apologetics topics and, for 15 years, she taught theology, scripture, and apologetics in area parishes. 


         In 2014, Deacon Rake entered the United States Old Catholic Church under Archbishop James Long. She was ordained a Deacon on November 8th, 2014, and continues her studies and formation for the Old Catholic Priesthood. She lives in Chicago with her husband of 15 years, Mark, her two human children and her two furry Chihuahua boys

  • 01:48

    Clear's Internal Combat (Self-defense & Healing) Show

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to the world of Internal Combat through the eyes of Sigung Richard Clear. With the incredible power of internal alchemy and Kun Tao Silat as his foundation: Sigung Clear will explore the boundaries of Chi Kung, Tai Chi Quan, Bagua Zhaun and Xing Yi Quan as they are applied in actual, self-defense applications.


    This show goes beyond the combat sports arena. It delves into the traditional learning of Martial Science methods and skills as they pertain to real self-defense applications. He has spent nearly 40 years in gathering information, refining training and cultivating instructional methods in order to bring us the original purpose of Martial Arts: Self-defense and Health. The intensity of his journey has brought him to a point where spiritual development must be a part of Martial Art skill. In this all else depends if one is training to possess internal power.


    So come with us on his journey and add it to our own... Come with Richard Clear and increase our internal combat skills... Come listen to Clear's Internal Combat Arts Show!!! Today we will be discussing Internal Martial Arts for the Seasoned Adept and Practitioner of External Martial Arts.

  • 00:59

    The Un-Game: Four-Play to Business as UNusual with Ingrid Martine

    in Business

    The Un-Game: Four-Play to Business as UNusual with Ingrid Martine


    “The Un-Game” is based on the premise that we have more to unlearn than learn in order to meet current work and life challenges. "The Un-Game" is both a captivating novel and an inspirational invitation for organizational leaders to engage in a cutting-edge paradigm shift about how 21st century organizations do business. While speaking specifically to managers and other leaders, it also has universal appeal—we are, after all, managers of our own lives. 


    Before immigrating to the United States at age eleven, Ingrid Martine lived in Germany. Her fascination with human behavior began as an eight year old who read--under bed covers by flashlight and against strict maternal instructions--mythological stories and Tolstoy's Anna Karenina.


    While working as a teacher with inner-city at-risk youth who seemed to hate to learn, Ingrid started experimenting with and developing innovative educational models. Certain that a disdain for learning is unnatural, she submits that learning environments must help people--adults in corporate America included--get out of their own way. Ingrid Martine's ability to create rich learning environments was facilitated as much by non-traditional learning experiences like waitressing, horse and dog training, all of which required her to be "client-centered," as by her graduate work in psychology and experiential education design.


    The Un-Game is a novel whose characters work in such a rich learning environment. Her intention is to engage the reader in a learning process that supports exceptional effectiveness at work and transfers to life beyond work. 


    For more information visit: http://ingridmartine.com/

  • 00:31

    Interview with Mike LeBlanc

    in Music

    New Brunswick's MIKE LEBLANC brought his traditional country sound to the Cadillac Lounge this spring as part of Canadian Music Week. He played songs off his album Alive And Well.


    Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Mike moved at a young age - along with his family - to a small town called Collette, NB. Growing up, there was always music playing in the house or people jamming with their guitars and other instruments. Mike's first public appearance was at 7 years old in church. He didn't know he could sing back then but his teacher knew right away.


    At 15, Mike entered a local singing contest and took everyone by surprise with his covers of songs by Randy Travis. From that point on, he was frequently asked to do amateur shows and house parties. When he reached the age of 17, he joined his first band and played all over the province and into the U.S. In 1999, he packed his instruments and his clothes and headed towards Calgary, Alberta to see what the music industry had to offer there. He was hired by a band called Uptown Riders three days upon his arrival to the big city. The band toured all over Western Canada for a few years. 


    In 2011, Mike's songwriting went into high gear. In this period, he wrote songs such as "When I'm Good" and "We Lived On" which were the first songs to be created for the album Alive and Well. His influences range from George Jones to Merle Haggard to Waylon Jennings to Travis Tritt. You can hear those influences in the way he sings a country song.

  • 00:32

    Distance Healing with Paul Lamb

    in Health

    DISTANCE HEALING with PAUL LAMB


    Paul has practiced Tai Chi and Qigong and has studied traditional Chinese and Western complementary healing, exercise, meditation and dietary practices for over 40 years.  His resume includes:


    •Licensed Massage Therapist


    •Certified Quantum Touch Practitioner (Energy Healing)


    •Medical Qigong Therapist (Chinese, Qi Energy Healing) having trained for years with several Medical Qigong Therapy masters


    •Certified Master Level Reflexologist


    •Certified in Massage for Cancer and Life-Altering Illnesses


    •Graduate of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi


    Find him at www.paulmlamb.com