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  • 01:18

    Healing of Ann Puckett at Womack Army Hospital, 1973 & Raising of Ella Jensen

    in Politics

    Two instances of using the power of the Priesthood to effect miracles and the use of consecrated oil in these instances. One is my own experience while President of 3rd Quorum of Elders, Raleigh Stake and the other is President Lorenzo Snow raising young Ella Jesen, 17, of Brigham City, Utah, 1891

  • 00:46

    Saviour's Day 1973 PT 1 (HD AUDIO) - The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad

    in Religion

    Lsten to the Life Saving Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad "Saviour's Day 1973 Part 1". This Friday  from 6pm -7pm for questions go to:  NWNOI.TALK@GMAIL.COM or go to: www.newworldnationislam.com. To register with the New World Nation of Islam please write in to: 


    New World Nation of Islam


    P.O. Box 8466


    Newark, NJ 07108

  • 00:34

    Bankruptcy Basics: May 2015 Bankruptcy FAQs Part 1 of 2

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics covered in this 30 minute show:



    If I get sued and lose at trial and my creditor gets a judgment can I still file bankruptcy?
    I am trying to do bankruptcy without a lawyer, do I have to include empty accounts?
    Is a surviving spouse responsible for the credit card debt of their deceased spouse?
    If I filed for bankruptcy in 2012. I’m behind again on bills, when can I file again?


    Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973 he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.


    For more about the firm. You may also contact Joseph Wrobel for more information at (312) 781-0996.

  • 00:50

    Saviour's Day 1973 PT 2 (HD AUDIO) - The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad

    in Religion

    Lsten to the Life Saving Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad "Saviour's Day 1973 Part 2" with digitally enhanced audio . This Friday  from 6pm -7pm for questions go to:  NWNOI.TALK@GMAIL.COM or go to: www.newworldnationislam.com. To register with the New World Nation of Islam please write in to: 


    New World Nation of Islam


    P.O. Box 8466


    Newark, NJ 07108

  • 02:58

    Tarhaka Presents Dealing with Debt Collectors

    in Current Events

    Get out of debt now http://www.newdebtelimination.com


    Get out of debt NOW! http://www.newdebtelimination.com
    'The United States, a private for profit Federal Corporation, is bankrupt and has to pay our bills
    The united states “…is a corporation, a legal fiction that existed well before the Revolutionary War.”
    Republica v. Sween, 1 Dallas 43.


    United States Code Title 28, Part VI, Chapter 176, Subchapter A, § 3002;
    (15) “United States” means, (A) a Federal corporation


    1933 March 9, a bank emergency was declared by President Roosevelt because of the insolvency [bankruptcy] of the United States. Executive Order 6073, 6102, 6111, 6260; Senate Report 93-549, pgs. 187 & 594, 1973.

  • 00:27

    Milling About with Ted Neeley

    in Entertainment

    It's been 42 years since the original cast and crew of the 1973 film Jesus Chris Superstar have all been in the same room together, and tonight (April 27), Director Norman Jewison, Ted Neeley (Jesus,) Yvonne Elliman (Mary Magdalene,) Barry Dennen (Pontius Pilate,) and Josh Mostel (King Herod); to name a few, will reunite for a special screening at the Beekman theater in New York City.


    Getting the band back together so to speak would've happened much sooner for Ted whose boundless enthusiasm for what he calls his life-changing role has never left. He tells host Robin Milling, “I've been trying to get this reunion to happen since the film came out. I've been trying to get all of us together to do another production; if nothing else just to hang out for a few days. It's never happened until now. And the fact that we'll all be in the same place at the same time with Norman is a miracle!”


    Miracles have been known to happen in the life of Jesus Christ, but it almost didn't happen for Ted who reveals he almost missed out on being cast in the iconic role. He also tells Robin how he met his wife of over 40 years, Leeyan Granger on the set and how their two children have been happily following dad's adventures as a superstar.


    Most actors run from one role defining their legacy but Ted has embraced Jesus, still performing the role wherever and whenever he can; most recently touring Italy for a year. He says joyfully, “It completely changed my life, spiritually, personally. So why slap that in the face? And I still love it; every performance is like the first time all over again. That music starts to play and I just lift off the ground, 'ok take me wherever you want me to go!”

  • 02:00

    Live Chat:PON DE CORNER with Winston Jarette , Keith Poppin, Fay Bennett

    in Music

     Chat:PON DE CORNER with Winston Jarette , Keith Poppin, Fay Bennett


     remembering famous music hang out in Jamaica


    Live Chat : PON DE CORNER remembering  famous music hang out in Jamaica chatting with  Fay Bennett Specialist in 'Rude Reggae'. Daughter of Reggae saxman Val Bennett.Punnany.Keith has been hard at work in the studio over the past few months, cleaning up a few rare archive gems from the vaults, as well as finishing up the final vocal mixes on some brand new tracks. Look for a new release in the spring of 2015, with over 20 new songs, as well as extensive liner notes and pictures. Osceola Recording Studios in Raleigh, where Keith has done some of this work, has hosted sessions with Gnarls Barkley, 9th Wonder, Velvet Revolver, Blues Traveler and many more.


    ROOTS artiste Keith Poppin earned a reputation in the early 1970s as having one of the smoothest voices in reggae. In 1973, Poppin (born Keith Smith) released his first solo single called Same Thing for Breakfast, which became his signature piece.Previously, he was a member of the Rocking Horse band.The song earned him recognition by topping the Jamaican chart as well as ethnic charts in Britain. One year later, he scored another hit with Envious.Throughout the 1970s, Poppin maintained a steady flow of quality songs including Someday Girl, Why Make Believe, Whenever There is Moonlight, and Who are You, which made the British national chart in 1976.In 1980, Poppin became the first act signed to reggae star Peter Tosh’s Intel-Diplo record label but after Tosh’s death in 1987, he took a break from recording, though he appeared twice in the Popular Song Contest.During the early 1990s, Poppin moved into producing other acts and promoting stage shows with his company Jungle Lion. He currently resides in the United States and recently released his latest album Journeys.


     

  • 02:00

    April 22, 2015 10pm PDT- North American Bigfoot Search w/ Scott Carpenter

    in Paranormal

    Scott is about to head into the field to search for Bigfoot. He's coming to tell us all about the prep, the trip, and the hope for discovery of a very controversial creature. He says: "I had my first experience with Bigfoot in 1972-1973 when two juvenile hairy bipeds peered at me through a glass door. In the Spring of 2009 I made some half hearted “whooping” calls while fishing on a local lake. The calls got the attention of something large, loud, and intimidating. It came to the shore line crashing through the underbrush and breaking limbs. Though the unseen creature never showed itself it did make an audible "hmmph" before walking slowly back into the forest.  This peaked my interest in the topic. I began researching Bigfoot/Sasquatch both on public lands and in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.In February of 2011 I joined North American Bigfoot Search (NABS) and I have contributed many hair and saliva samples to the "Ketchum" DNA Project."


    Blogs:
    http://bf-field-journal.blogspot.com/

    http://dogman-monsters-are-real.blogspot.com/
    Youtube


    Books:


    http://bf-field-journal.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_19.html

    http://dogman-monsters-are-real.blogspot.com/p/purchase-ebook-dogman-monsters-are-real.html

  • 01:01

    Red River Radio's No Limits with Barbara M. Hodges

    in Books

    After accepting a dare, 21-year-old Thonie Hevron tested and was hired by San Rafael Police in 1973 as a Parking Enforcement Officer.  That was 35 years ago. She writes like she thinks: like a cop. Her first book, BY FORCE OR FEAR won third place in the Public Safety Writers Contest 2012. INTENT TO HOLD won first prize at the "Police Blotter" contest by Oak Tree Press in November, 2013 and third prize at the Public Safety Writers Contest 2014. 


    Betty Jean Craige  grew up in El Paso, went to Pomona College for a B.A. in Spanish Literature and to the University of Washington for an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, spent a formative year in Madrid, and then in 1973 came Athens, Georgia, to join the faculty of Comparative Literature at the University of Georgia. After thirty-eight happy years at the University of Georgia, she retired in 2011 as University Professor of Comparative Literature and Director of the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. Along the way she published seventeen academic books in the fields of literature, literary translation, art, and history of ideas, including the biography Eugene Odum: Ecosystem Ecologist and Environmentalist. Her novel Downstream is a murder mystery with an environmentalist message.

  • 00:29

    Carla R. Mancari: The Minute Method

    in Relationships

    Carla R. Mancari is an author, life guide, teacher, speaker and a leader of retreats who improve individuals’ (from all walks of life) self-confidence, self-esteem, and how to meet life’s challenges. For more then thirty years, she has guided individuals in understanding of spiritual principles, activities, and rising emotions in their private and daily lives. Her expertise with the Minute Method is unsurpassed. She is the founder of The Minute Method teaching and cofounder of the Contemplative Invitation teaching. 

    Traveling worldwide, for many years, Carla studied with Christian, Hindu, and Buddhist masters. She was a guest on the Larry King Show, guests lectured at Colleges, professional groups, book clubs, books signing, and gained national recognition when featured in Good Housekeeping, “The Education of Carla Mancari, 1969” chronicling (1967-68), when she was the first white woman to receive a degree from the all black South Carolina State College in Orangeburg, South Carolina (published: Walking on the Grass: A White Woman in a Black World). She is the author of many books including The Lessons, Vol. One, which contains more than 200 practical day-to-day useful topics. 

    Although labeled a retarded child, and is a high school drop out, Carla attained two University degrees, B.A. from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, MEd from South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, South Carolina, studied at Brigham Young University, and the School of the Americas in Switzerland, served as a certified psychologist, led a class action suit in the United States Supreme Court, for the protection of minorities rights, Morton vs. Mancari, 1973, and served in the United States Air Force.


    http://www.theminutemethodpractice.com/ 
     

  • 01:01

    Episode 275: Best of John C. Harvey, Jr, ADM USN (Ret.)

    in Military

    We are frmly in the middle of the 2nd decade of the 21st Century. What path were we put on at the start 21st Century that got us here? How do we evaluate the right decisions, the neutral decisions, and the less than optimal calls of the last decade and a half? What lessons can we take away now in order to make decisions to best position the Navy on the approaches to 2030?


    Our guest for the full hour this Sunday to discuss this an much more will be Admiral John C. Harvey, Jr, USN (Ret). 


    Almost a year since he joined the retired ranks, when in uniform Admiral Harvey was one of the of the more engaged, visible, and accessible Flag Officers of his generation - and in retirement he continues to be an influential voice.


    Admiral Harvey was born and raised in Baltimore, MD and is a 1973 graduate of the U S Naval Academy.


    In his thirty-nine year Navy career, he specialized in naval nuclear propulsion, surface ship and carrier strike-group operations and Navy-wide manpower management/personnel policy development.


    He commanded the USS DAVID R RAY (DD 971), the USS CAPE ST GEORGE (CG 71), the THEODORE ROOSEVELT Strike Group/CCDG-8 and also served as the Navy’s 54th Chief of Naval Personnel and as the Director, Navy Staff. 


    Prior to his retirement from the Navy in November, 2012, Admiral Harvey served as Commander, US Fleet Forces Command. He now makes his home in Vienna, Virginia where he resides with his wife, Mary Ellen.