• 00:30

    America Awakening-The Revolution

    in Politics Conservative

    Our first show at APAC! Your thoughts on current and questionable actions by our government! The stockpiling of ammo by DHS, Gun control, back door legislation, and health care! What is it all pointing too? Agenda 21? Complete government control? What does our future hold?

  • 00:31

    APAC GLOBAL goes LOCAL, Canada and USA

    in Education

    On Saturday April 16, APAC GLOBAL goes local once again as part of Naturally Autistic ANCA's and AutismHWY's Autism Awareness Month initiatives. APAC = Autistic People Awareness Campaign.
    In Azuza California, Kelly Green of AutismHWY will hold her inaugural Chalk Festival with special guest artists BJ Lane, Rachel Walker and Jan Beaver Coad.
    In Sechelt Naturally Autistic ANCA group hold their awareness campaign with local auitstic people and their families.
    At 1.30pm Pacific Time both groups will share their wonderful time with their respective local communities. "Taking autism to the streets!" Join us for a half hour of FUN and sharing.
     

  • 01:01

    Man Was Beat Over His Land in Mississippi

    in Current Events


    A Carroll County man says an encounter with a group of people on four-wheelers on Feb. 16 has left him with a permanent scar and problems thinking.


    Charlie Jackson, said that a gun was pointed at him and he was struck in the face with a beer bottle and hit on the back of his head. Jackson said on Feb.16 he was approached  by a group on four-wheelers who were on his land. He said he told them they were trespassing, and they agreed to leave.


    He said he told he second group they were on his land and asked them to leave, and then an argument ensued. One man, who Carroll County Sheriff's Department deputies reported was Bradley Ray, told Jackson the land belonged to APAC.


    Please join host Antoinette Harrell and C.J. Holiday,  the sister of Charlie Jackson for a discussion on this topic.

  • 01:01

    Philip & Justin B. Terry Smith - Positive Parents

    in Health

    Justin B. Terry-Smith, 32, has been an HIV and Gay Civil Rights activist in the Washington DC area since 1999.  An Air Force veteran, he was honorably discharged with awards and decorations in 2003.  Justin created ‘Justin’s HIV Journal’ to advocate for HIV/AIDS education, prevention and awareness.  In his journal he tells people about the trials and tribulations when it comes to living with HIV/AIDS. He is also the Author of “I Have A Secret”, which is a story about a young boy living with HIV.  Justin also presently writes an Advice Column called, ‘Just*in Time’ for A&U, America’s AIDS Magazine & is working on his HIV Campaign called, ‘Write A Letter to HIV Campaign’ He also is in Graduate School for his Master’s in Public Health Philip B. Terry-Smith, Ph.D., Th.D., LPC., is in private practice as an executive and personal coach, counselor and organizational consultant. He has worked with many diverse populations and settings, noted for using creative approaches to help organizations and individuals meet and overcome challenges and has thus made a career of human service management and consulting.  He has taught at all levels (graduate & undergraduate) for the many years in distance, “non- traditional” and “brick and mortar” schools including a 10 year stint in a high school.  He is on the Boards for the Atlas Performing Arts Center and is vice chair for APAC Manager. He is a commissioned officer in the Maryland Military Department, Md. Defense Force and is Sr. Clergy and a Chaplain for his Temple. His love for music and technical gadgetry presents an avocation for which he is quite fond and earned him the moniker “Dr. Gadget”.  He is an avid motorcyclist and is honored to ride with the Patriot Guard.  He currently resides in Maryland with his spouse Justin and their foster son.

  • 00:55

    Gov 2.0 in the Continuing Evolution of Connected Government

    in Technology

    For more information, visit http://gov20radio.com/cebitgov2012/   A special live recording of a panel session at CeBIT Gov 2.0 Conference in Canberra, Australia.  The panel features:  Zachary Tumin, Harvard Kennedy School Deirdre O’Donnell, Information Commissioner, Office of the Information Commissioner NSW Martin Stewart-Weeks, Director, Public Sector Consulting APAC, Cisco Facilitator John Wells leads a discussion with the panel to answer the questions: How can a culture of Gov 2.0 impact the relationship of citizens to government? And within government? Analysis of the connections between e-government, social media and open government What are the risks, rewards, and potential of open and connected government?

  • 02:04

    Changing Perceptions 4pm/Your View 5pm PST

    in Culture

    Welcome to the encore presentation of February 17th, 2012's double-episode of "Changing Perceptions" and "Your View".  Tim Pylypiuk will be hosting in the chatroom as the show plays so please direct all interactions there as the switchboard is closed.
     
    4pm - Changing Perceptions - Join Charlie Collura director of Naturally Autistic ANCA organizations and Kelly Green founder of AutismHWY.com for a rerun of their February 17th, 2012 look into renouned pianist & composer Glenn Gould.
    5pm - Your View - Join Leo Gregory for a rerun of February 17th, 2012 'Your Views' on the emerging global autistic society - post comments about our shows, Autism Vancouver examiner.com articles and what's going on in your local community - a part of the APAC Global goes LOCAL initiative.
    For more information visit http://www.naturallyautistic.com

  • 02:01

    Changing Perceptions 4pm/Your View 5pm (Rerun)

    in Education

    This is a rerun of the January 20th, 2012 double-episode show of "Changing Perceptions" and "Your View".  The chatroom will be open with Tim Pylypiuk fielding questions and comments.  However, switchboard is closed.
     
    4pm - Changing Perceptions - Join Charlie Collura director of Naturally Autistic ANCA organizations and Kelly Green founder of AutismHWY.com for their new show - today we will feature autistic humour and comedy, please join us for some fun and laughter.

    5pm - Your View - Join the ANCA team and share 'Your Views' on the emerging global autistic society - post comments about our shows, Autism Vancouver examiner.com articles and what's going on in yoru local community - a part of the APAC Global goes LOCAL initiative.

    For more information visit http://www.naturallyautistic.com

  • 00:41

    newt romney sanbustertorum and paul

    in Lifestyle

    iran
    iraq (Operation Iraqi Liberation OIL)
    afghanistan
    syria pakistan israel
    turkey
    US UN CFR TLC CTC EPA DOD FDA FTC
    skull and bones bilderburg
    SOPA

  • 02:00

    Changing Perceptions 4pm & Your View 5pm (RERUN)

    in Education

    Today is a rerun of the successful January 27th, 2012 double episode.  Switchboard is closed but the chatroom is open where Tim Pylypiuk will field your questions and comments as the show plays back.
    4pm - Changing Perceptions - Join Charlie Collura director of Naturally Autistic ANCA organizations and Kelly Green founder of AutismHWY.com for their weekly show - today they will discuss how the writings of autistic people are reshaping the perception of autism in our communitiies. Our special guest will be the poet and radio show host Erik Estabrook. 
    5pm - Your View - Join the ANCA team with special guest, poet publisher and editor, James Wagner and share 'Your Views' on the emerging global autistic society - post comments about our shows, Autism Vancouver examiner.com articles and what's going on in yoru local community - a part of the APAC Global goes LOCAL initiative.
    For more information visit http://www.naturallyautistic.com

  • 02:01

    Changing Perceptions 4pm/Your View 5pm PST

    in Current Events

    4pm - Changing Perceptions - Join Charlie Collura director of Naturally Autistic ANCA organizations and Kelly Green founder of AutismHWY.com for their weekly show - today they will discuss how the writings of autistic people are reshaping the perception of autism in our communitiies. Our special guest will be the poet and radio show host Erik Estabrook. 
    5pm - Your View - Join the ANCA team with special guest, poet publisher and editor, James Wagner and share 'Your Views' on the emerging global autistic society - post comments about our shows, Autism Vancouver examiner.com articles and what's going on in yoru local community - a part of the APAC Global goes LOCAL initiative.
    For more information visit http://www.naturallyautistic.com

  • 02:01

    Changing Perceptions 4pm/Your View 5pm PST

    in Entertainment

    4pm - Changing Perceptions - Join Charlie Collura director of Naturally Autistic ANCA organizations and Kelly Green founder of AutismHWY.com for their new show - today we will feature autistic humour and comedy, please join us for some fun and laughter.
    5pm - Your View - Join the ANCA team and share 'Your Views' on the emerging global autistic society - post comments about our shows, Autism Vancouver examiner.com articles and what's going on in yoru local community - a part of the APAC Global goes LOCAL initiative.
    For more information visit http://www.naturallyautistic.com

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