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  • 01:19

    Children’s Spirituality with Norma T. Hollis

    in Parents

    Author, America’s Leading Authentic Voice Doctor®, Norma T. Hollis will speaking, on a rebroadcast show, on how we can bring out the spiritual genius in our children and help them stay grounded in their own spirituality. Norma helps people find, live and share their authentic voice which she refers to as the seed of purpose that lives within. Her focus is helping experts and authorities acknowledge their authentic voice and cash in on it. She’s a 17 year veteran of the speaking industry and is author of The Process to Become a Professional Speaker, Ten Steps to Authenticity, the Authenticity Assessment, Authenticity Grid and the Authentic Voice System. Her work with Children's Spirituality is to help parents acknowledge the natural gifts and talents of their children to raise them toward those gifts so the child can live an authentic life. Schools focus on mental health and churches on religious education. Children's Spirituality focuses on the spirit of the child - who the child is and who the child can become based on the energy that lives within.

  • 00:26

    Investing in HUD Homes! Everything you need to know!

    in Real Estate

    Join Broker / Owner Julie Kaley of Merced Homes Realty as she discusses the process of Investing in HUD Homes. Julie will cover where to find HUD Homes, how to make bids (offers), the escrow process. If you are an active Investor in today's real estate market, be sure to tune in!

  • 00:30

    Author Mark Heathco, wrote a new book.. DEFCON 4 Korea: Land of The Morning Calm

    in Military

    Author Mark Heathco is a Korean Veteran who had served several tours and conducted patrols on the DMZ South Korea.

  • 00:43

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Anonymous-9

    in Books

    DREAMING DEEP~


      By the Winner of two Readers’ Choice Awards from The House of Crime & Mystery...

     The Story
      The hardworking men and women at the Port of Long Beach, California have no idea what’s waiting for them in the deep water. Tugboat Captain Ed Angelus discovers the horror first in a death match aboard the Lady Bulldog, a high-tech z-drive vessel. But when the Coast Guard and Homeland Security arrive on the scene, there’s no trace, and Ed is declared delusional and unfit for duty. A few months later Ed’s former crewmen dredge up something chilling from the depths of Alamitos Bay—something horrific and possibly paranormal. Soon, the truth turns into ugly lies by authorities unwittingly manipulated by a dirty bureaucrat masterminding the investigation. Overnight, Ed finds himself a public enemy at the center of extraterrestrial black ops—outrunning the law until he can warn the world.

  • 00:32

    Physical Fitness and Health Awareness Month-BEING HEALTHY

    in Health

    TOPIC:  BEING HEALTHY---


    WE WILL DISCUSS FIVE  BASIC  PRINCIPLES OF WELLNESS:


    A. Social    B. Occupational    C. Physical    D. Emotional    E. Spiritual


    PLEASE JOIN US ON THIS WEEK'S BROADCAST


    Wellness is an approach to living designed to enhance quality of life.  It involves a change in mindset that becomes the motivation for avoiding weight gain, lowering risks of illness or extending longevity.  It entails an active pursuit of exercise and fitness, sound nutrition, stress management and positive perspectives.  But these are just for starters.


    (Tune in to Health By Design radio tomorrow as we will discuss:                              "5 Basic Principles of Wellness."


     


     


     


     

  • 02:00

    Ferguson, Baltimore, Cleveland: Should We Stop Blaming the Cops?

    in Current Events

    BLACK SOCRATES & co-host CHRISTY GAYNELL go live into Executive Cuts Barber Shop w/ special guest Dewayne Vaughn, 15 year law enforcement veteran to discuss his viewpoint on his former role as a Black cop.  How can the Black and Brown communities improve their relationship with law enforcement in his opinion?  What is his reaction to the verdicts/protest/riots?  These questions explored and many more.... At the top of the 2nd hour MD introduces THE MONEY AND POWER 15 (11:00-11:15am EST) as we bring on a financial expert to discuss ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT for the African-American community.

  • 00:47

    Breast Feeding: A mother’s experience with La Leche League

    in Parents

    At Kids AtoZ with Dr. T we bring you information about the five areas of child development, physical, intellectual, social-emotional, emotional, and moral so parents can empower their children to thrive.


    Today’s “All-Star Playroom” segment is called “Breast Feeding: A mother’s experience with La Leche League”


    Our guest is Rebecca Loonin. She’s a mom, an advocate of breast feeding, and active participant in La Leche League.


    We’ll be talking about this international nonprofit organization founded for mothers to be able to support one another. We’ll address its infrastructure, meeting topics, and the respectful philosophy La Leche advocates.


    We hope you enjoy.


    The KidsAtoZ Team


     

  • 02:01

    Robert G. Freeman~Retired Police Officer/Experiencer

    in Paranormal

    Robert Freeman


     From Robert Freeman, "I was once a well conditioned and idealistic young police officer who wanted to help and protect people and after many years in that profession I came to understand things are not quite what there seemed. Unltimately my police career ended and I am now a retired policeman in a continual fight for my entitlements as a sufferer of PTSD and the clinical depression which accompanies that change in my human function. I am an Australian male born in 1960 in a large rural town in the south eastern area of this country. My father was a sportsman and trucking contractor while mum was a nurse prior to the commencement of the family. I am second of four children and the eldest of three brothers. I joined the police cadets as a 16 year old in 1977. I was a country boy and city life was completely foreign to me. The saving grace was we lived in an old 1930's hotel near the main railway station in Melbourne. I loved the cadet training. I excelled in most all the aspects of this training and while I completed and graduated high school from the cadet academy I was also voted as the Senior Cadet. My first real notable experience came in the latter part of 1977 when after we had returned from a tour of Tasmania. I had a strange experience there I had what I would describe as my 'Jesus' experience. This was about the 20th August 1977.  I felt there was a presence in the room (I was alone in my room at the academy this weekend after our trip, and I felt the urge to give my truth to Jesus Christ). I was not a religious person as such and I was not made to attend church as a boy growing up.  The story about how my police career came to a halt and what transpired during the period leading to that and the occurrences which followed are intertwined and quite interesting. Suffice it to say my life was in the process of an irreversible transition".


     

  • 03:03

    C.D. - Baltimore Exposes a Dire Need for Help & that Black Lives do NOT Matter !

    in Current Events

    ASA, 


    OK, I have to re-re correct myself, for it was stated before the grand jury indictments, that State's Attorney Mosley had indeed accomplished this at the time she read the charges against the BPD6. 


    I was wrong, but only because of the errant reporting by the media.


    In the meantime, have you read about how Baltimore is practically spiraling out of control?


    38 murders so far in May, the worse is 15 years? Including the execution-style slaying of a 31-year-old woman and her 7-yeaer-old son? 


    Black Lives Matter? Great for a wall-hanging slogan, but apparently, for the lot of us, that's as far as it goes. 


    Any protests? Rallies? 


    As the trial of the BPD6 approaches, are the BPD partly to blame? After all, the reports are that they're either too demoralized or afraid, to carry out their sworn duty as police officers. According to the head of their union, the BPD is "more afraid of going to jail than getting shot">


    MAYBE this is the best argument for a mandatory residency policy for all municipal workers, including (especially?) the police?


    Do the DOJ's "investigations" send the wrong message, emboldening the criminals, while demonizing and neutering the police?


    Yet, what is the proper manner of reacting to what many believe, are too many killings of black people, at the hand of police? 


    No matter how you slice it, "Houston", we've got a big problem in Black America.


    P.S. To the police of Baltimore or anywhere:


    Do you are so presumptuous to maintain that under no circumstance, are police to be held to accountability, rebuke or scorn, and that the people who you pledged to serve, are completely out of sorts, when conditions may lead them to be suspicious of the intent and actions of scores of your colleagues?

  • 00:34

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

     


    No, since they federal government has shown that it isn't going to do anything about it but talk, it is a duty, it's your and my duty as men, as human beings, it is our duty to our people, to organize ourselves and let the government know that if they don't stop that Klan, we'll stop it ourselves. And then you'll see the government start doing something about it. But don't ever think that they're going to do it just on some kind of morality basis, no. So I don't believe in violence--that's why I want to stop it. And you can't stop it with love, not love of those things down there, no. So, we only mean vigorous action in self-defense, and that vigorous action we feel we're justified in initiating by any means necessary." Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz 1965. The idea here is that the Klu Klux Klan and the Police are the same force.

  • 01:30

    WTF? - w/Kevin A. Phillips - How to Cure Crab-Pot Mentality

    in Motivation

    Crab mentality, sometimes referred to as "crabs in the bucket", is a phrase that describes a way of thinking best described by the phrase "if I can't have it, neither can you." The metaphor refers to a pot of crabs. Individually, the crabs could easily escape from the pot, but instead, they grab at each other in a useless "king of the hill" competition which prevents any from escaping and ensures their collective demise. The analogy in human behavior is sometimes claimed to be that members of a group will attempt to "pull down" (negate or diminish the importance of) any member who achieves success beyond the others, out of envy, conspiracy or competitive feelings, although this is not the behavior being exhibited by the crabs which are simply trying to escape themselves, without any knowledge or understanding of the supposed "success" of their fellow creatures.


    Join us tonight as Kevin talks about How you can not only check yourself, but correct yourself before you wind up wrecking yourself.