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Next month school districts across New Jersey will begin administering the PARCC (Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) tests. What are these tests and how are they different from previous state assessments? How have school districts prepared for these tests? Please join host Ray Pinney, NJSBA director of county activities and member engagement, as he discusses these and other questions about PARCC with Dr. Robert Price, director of curriculum and instruction for the Northern Valley Schools Consortium, and Debra Johnson Dahrouge, an English teacher from Neptune High School.
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Joshua Raymond from One Good Act. OGA helps you find supporters already passionate about your mission, reminds your donors of why they support and believe in you and helps you teach your most passionate supporters how to advocate for your organization. Go here to download OGA for Android!http://bit.ly/1Eslxoc Go here to download OGA for Apple! http://bit.ly/1uQnkTd
The Able Act was signed into law by President Obama and promises to help people with disabilities live lives of more independence through tax free savings accounts. Join us as we discuss how these account will work with Mark Friese, Vice President of Special Needs Planning at Merrill Lynch, and Sara Weir, President National Downs Syndrome Society.
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald, will talk to bee health advocates Bonnie Raindrop and Bill Castro about efforts in Maryland to restrict use of neonicotinoids by passing Senate Bill 163/House Bill 6055, The 2015 Pollinator Protection Act.
Bonnie Raindrop is the Legislative Chair for the Central Maryland Beekeepers Association (CMBA). CMBA is a member organization of the Smart on Pesticides Maryland coalition which has over 60 organizations who are working together to pass the Pollinator Protection Act in Maryland in the 2015 legislative session. She has been a beekeeper for 9 years.
Bill Castro is a full-time urban treatment-free beekeeper in Baltimore City who has been involved with bees in one way or another for nearly 40 years, and a military spouse. He owns and operates Bee Friendly Apiary. His love of nature and deep respect for honey bees has also been shared through volunteering in Baltimore City classroom education for school age children as well as speaking publicly to civic groups and garden clubs. He promotes honey bee stewardship and a chemical free environment.
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Paul says, "Act like Men" to the church at Corinth. Join us Monday, the 16th at 9PM as we discuss our great need to "act like "Men"! Would love to have you join us and call in. Let me know some ways that you see the definition of a man being destroyed in todays culture. Call, chat, facebook, tweet. Let me know what's going on!
Thursday, February 26 @ 7:00 PM
Guest: Laura C. Roane
Subject: Business impacted by the Affordable Care Act
Laura C Roane is a professional independent Insurance Broker with 20 years of experience educating individuals and companies on ways to strengthen their Benefits Programs and Insurance Portfolios. She is on her way to becoming a Certified HealthCare Consultant and a foremost authority on the recent HealthCare Reform Act
Laura became affectionately known as “The Insurance Lady” because of her commitment to excellence in serving the community; and, she is passionate about educating all consumers about insurance.
Laura is a Licensed Insurance Broker in the States New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania National Association of Professional Insurance Agents Professional Women’s Business Network
Laura Roane obtained a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from Temple University. She completed professional development coursework at The University of Pennsylvania - Wharton School of Business. Laura has worked with Prudential, Bravo, Aflac and Digital Insurance.
Laura Roane can be reached at (+1) 888.802.0603 & firstname.lastname@example.org and http://www.insurance-lady.com/
Join Ronald and guest Laura C. Roane on Thursday, February 26 at 7:00 PM to understand how the Affordable Care Act can benefit you.
When you first begin any endeavor, if you believe yourself to be behaving like someone who has already accomplished the task would behave, you set the challenge up as a simpler task. As Cain describes it: the task won’t be like running uphill, it will still involve running (in a sense) but it will feel like a downhill jaunt. To reach that point you simply need to visualize yourself behaving in the way that your ideal self would behave.
Cain emphasizes the importance of keeping this process simple too. It’s easy to overcomplicate it when all you need to do is close your eyes for 10 minutes to imagine yourself in a place of success
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the topic of "Reparations". Is it "empowerment" that gives you power and prosperity or is it another "Entitlement" program that enslaves people ?
We shall review and discuss the "Civil Liberties Act Of 1988. This Act gave reparations to Japanese Americans who were connected to the Interament Camps set up by the United States goverment.
After we give people the information on Civil Liberties Act Of 1988, we shall discuss strategies and tactics in which the invidual and empower themselves WITHOUT a "Reparations Handout" from the government.
Act One - Episode Two
Synopsis: In a world where literacy is outlawed and people are dependant on technology, a fireman who burns books for a living eventually changes his perspective and strives to do something about it. In this episode, Guy Montag's wife Mildred has recovered from her drug overdose yet still remains oblivious to the event even when pressed on it by her concerned husband. Clarisse, the young girl he met on his walk home previously, insinuates herself into his daily lifestyle and a friendship grows between them with her influence slowly affecting how he sees things. Awareness and insatiable curiosity growing, Guy ends up questioning things to the surprise of his co-workers and boss. At episode's end, their latest bit of field work goes horribly wrong with devestating consequences that bring reality crashing down on Guy all over again.
Rated: PG-13 for strong, scary images, situations and violence.
Written By: Ray Bradbury
Serial Adaption By: Tim Pylypiuk
Performed By: Tim Pylypiuk and Maria Illiou
Images By: Steve Crisp, Zazzle.ca, weebly.com, Valerie K, Wolfbane15, Bonnielass22
Music By: Pink Floyd, The Gorillaz and The Gentleman Losers
Fahrenheit 451 available where books are sold
Happy President's Day!
Tonight's Topic: Is the U.S. Corporation Real?
Guest: Diane Kepus
Diane will provide us with an overview of the U.S.Corporation.
What is the U.S. Corporation?
What is The Act of 1871
Is U.S. Corporation Constitutional?
How does the U.S. Corporation affect my rights as a "Sovereign Citizen"
The Act of 1871: The “United States” Is a Corporation – There are Two Constitutions http://www.federaljack.com/slavery-by-consent-the-united-states-corporation/
"Since the Act of 1871 which established the District of Columbia, we have been living under the UNITED STATES CORPORATION which is owned by certain international bankers and aristocracy of Europe and Britain."
"In 1871 the Congress changed the name of the original Constitution by changing ONE WORD — and that was very significant as you will read."
"Some people do not understand that ONE WORD or TWO WORDS difference in any “legal” document DO make the critical difference. But, Congress has known, and does know, this".
"1871, February 21: Congress Passes an Act to Provide a Government for the District of Columbia, also known as the Act of 1871."
"With no constitutional authority to do so, Congress creates a separate form of government for the District of Columbia, a ten mile square parcel of land (see, Acts of the Forty-first Congress,” Section 34, Session III, chapters 61 and 62)".
Our Hidden History of Corporations in the United States http://reclaimdemocracy.org/corporate-accountability-history-corporations-us/
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