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  • 00:33

    PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST TO SHERIFF CHRISTIANSON

    in News

    Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department


    Sheriff Adam Christianson and Coroner


    Public records request:


    Carmen Sabatino


    There is some dispute as to whether or not the killer of Glen Engert and Sheriff Bob Paris actually committed suicide.


    You can be of assistance. if you provide the autopsy report of Jim Ferrario who died in the Inferno.


    If there is a problem making the report public to the Back Story, you could provide it to his family.


    Please acknowledge receipt of this email.


    Thank you,


    Carmen Sabatino


     

  • Deepertruth: Sunday to Sunday With Christie Martin

    in Religion

    Jesus said:
    “I am the good shepherd.
    A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.
    A hired man, who is not a shepherd
    and whose sheep are not his own,
    sees a wolf coming and leaves the sheep and runs away,
    and the wolf catches and scatters them.
    This is because he works for pay and has no concern for the sheep.
    I am the good shepherd,
    and I know mine and mine know me,
    just as the Father knows me and I know the Father;
    and I will lay down my life for the sheep.
    I have other sheep that do not belong to this fold.
    These also I must lead, and they will hear my voice,
    and there will be one flock, one shepherd.
    This is why the Father loves me,
    because I lay down my life in order to take it up again.
    No one takes it from me, but I lay it down on my own.
    I have power to lay it down, and power to take it up again.
    This command I have received from my Father.”

  • Stand For Truth Radio

    in Politics

    Join your host Susan Knowles when we will be speaking with MANDA ZAND ERVIN, Founder and Director of the Alliance of Iranian Women. We will be talking about Iran, Obama's nuclear weapons treaty, the plight of women in Iran under Sharia law, ISIS, and so much more. You don't want to miss this show and you'll want to invite someone to hear it also.


    During the Iranian Islamic revolution, Manda witnessed the execution of many innocent people, including her high school principal who was murdered because she was a woman and the secretary of education.  She witnessed the human rights of the Iranian people, especially the women, taken away from them. She witnessed her homeland leaving the twentieth century to turn backward and she witnessed the effect.


    Manda came to the United States as a political refugee on June 17th, 1980, became a citizen three years later and began her fight for human rights in Iran. She is the founder and president of the Alliance of Iranian Women a group which has deep connections within the Iranian diaspora and within Iran.


    As the head of the Alliance of Iranian Women, Manda Ervin works to bring the West’s attention to the plight of Iranian women under Islamic Sharia laws.  She almost single-handedly gathered the support to pass a 2003 U.S. Senate Resolution on the human rights of the women of Iran. In 2005 Manda was invited to speak at the UN conference on the family in Islamic societies.


    Manda is an analyst and writer, published by many online political magazines, like the Hudson Institute, American Thinker, and Family Security Matters, National Review and others.  She speaks on TV and radio programs, nationally and internationally, including CNN, BBC, Radio France, VOA, Radio Liberty

  • 00:45

    Actress Noree Victoria

    in Entertainment

    Noree Victoria, Baltimore, Maryland native, has been active in the creative arts her entire life. Starting out writing imaginative short stories and plays, she completed her first bound children’s book at the age of 7. Loving the arts and academics, during her middle school years, she used creative and intellectual outlets to escape her sometimes-challenging upbringing in Baltimore, opting to spend summers in special programs on college campuses studying drama, creative writing, and painting with the help of government subsidized grants and academic scholarships. At the age of 16, once again longing for a life beyond the borders of her home city, she petitioned her school board on her own and successfully won their approval to bypass her senior year, and go directly on to college, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing and Biology, and subsequently a Master’s Degree in Information Technology. Noree completed her Master’s program with a 4.0 GPA. However, coming from an entertainment family with modest means-- kin to the late jazz musician Eubie Blake, and sister to Emmy nominated actress Penny Jerald-- the lure of acting proved way too overpowering for her to neglect. After completion of her academic studies, she stepped out on faith to pursue her creative passions in the performing arts full time, gaining recognition by winning the Best Actress award at AMTC’s Shine, a nation-wide talent competition drawing over 2000 contestants each year. After being discovered at AMTC, Noree was contacted by the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts and offered a scholarship to study under the direction of some of the most esteemed instructors in the business, taking on Scene Study, Advanced Film Combat, Voice-over, Michael Chekhov technique and Shakespeare Presentation.


    Film and Television: Quarantine II, The Rickey Smiley Show,Teen Wolf,The Game,Necessary Roughness,National Geographic,Army Wives and Single Ladies.

  • Rock is Freedom On The Line - Part 2 The Next Day hosted by Michelle Garrett

    in Entertainment

    With freedom on the line, we would expect that most of us would understand how motivation works in our lives. Of all the music genres, Rock is the motivator. The groove is on the line as you move and even if you can’t dance, you are in tune with the music. Most of the lyrics speaks out loud what you are feeling and if you listen carefully, you will hear the hidden messages to take you to a higher level.


    HLT0  is in for a re-do with Feature Guest Poet, Daffs. This Treat Will Be Announced. Stay Tune.


    *HLT0 Sunday HOT Delight had unknown difficulties on the 26th, but because we love to rock, we're going to spin what was missed. So sit back , if you can because Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0 is rocking out.


    Call 347-857-1541


    and Press (1) 


    To Speak With The Host

  • POETIC CONVERSATIONS ON BLACK SATIN RADIO

    in Entertainment

    BRINGING YOU FRESH NEW VOICES TO THIS STAGE
    Black Satin Radio, (646) 478-4196, is an internet-based station devoted to the art of words in the forms of poetry, music, and books. The station is dedicated to the creative works within the scope of these genres. Black Satin Radio aspires to introduce the listening audience to the inspiration behind the works while providing networking opportunities for each guest. Finally, Black Satin Radio will maintain a certain responsibility to philanthropic causes within and outside of its core demographic.

  • SPEAKING TO HARMONY " GMK POETRY AND ARTS JAM"

    in Social Networking

    THE RADIO VOICE FOR THE ORGANIZATION "SISTERS IN HARMONY":


    TONIGHT(April 27th)  IS THE GRANDMASTER KHAM POETRY JAM AND WE WILL HAVE A VERY SPECIAL GUEST CALLING IN FROM THE UK. MS.CURMIAH LISETTE WILL BE OPENING THE SHOW FOR US. ALSO ON THE SHOW WILL BE A GROUP OF POETS FROM OUR ATLANTA AND OUR VEGAS POETRY FAMILY

  • 50. The FX of Autism Awareness

    in Lifestyle

    Autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.


    About 1 in 68 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with autism, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in a report from 2014. This represents a 30% increase from the 1 in 88 reports of children reported to have autism in 2012. White children are more likely than Black or Hispanic children to receive an autism diagnosis. And Black children and girls are more likely to have intellectual disability along with their autism. The most notable shift is the growing proportion of those who have average or above-average intelligence, rising from 30 percent in 2002 to nearly 50 percent in 2010. 


    Monday evening, the 50th episode of The GreenHouse FX Radio Show, we will increase our knowledge of autism... Supporting those who are deal with this diagnoses everyday... Celebrating their struggles and triumphs. There has been an increase in early diagnosis, this is a reflection of successful public awareness efforts... this Monday, join us to continue those efforts.

  • 01:04

    Oxalates...Ask Your Questions!!!

    in Health

    On Monday, April 27, 2015 at 8 PM Eastern we will do a follow up on the very popular oxalate podcast. We have the honor of hosting Monique L. Attinger, the "Low Ox Coach"!.


    Monique works as a diet and health coach, to support those who want to heal using the low oxalate diet. She has recovered her own health by reducing her oxalate intake, and has been involved in the low oxalate world for over 6 years now. Monique brings to her work with clients all the skills she gained doing business consulting for 20 years, as well as her Master’s degree in Library and Information science, in combination with her curiosity and fervor for details; it is this which allows her to help people who want to get to the bottom of their health issues. While she has done some nutritionist studies, she has not completed them, because no program in current existence deals with oxalate, and so no program could not could give her more on oxalate than she already knew from submerging herself in the research, and interacting with those in the know. For the past three years, she has helped clients to regain their health through changing their diet. You can reach her at LowOxCoach@gmail.com


    Monique will give a short presentation (here's the link to the pdf: http://goo.gl/AXZI5Z) and then be available to answer your questions.


    Join us for this very special podcast and tell your friends!!!!   Dr. Jess   :-)

  • 01:00

    #NASASocial, Hubble Space Telescope at 25, Space Exploration and Social Media

    in Science

    On Thursday, 23-April, I had the privilege of attending a NASA Social Media Event at the Newseum in Washington, DC and the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope.

    NASA Social is "a program to provide opportunities for NASA's social media followers to learn and share information about NASA's missions, people, and programs. NASA Social is the next evolution in the agency’s social media efforts. Formerly called NASA Tweetup, NASA Social program includes both special in-person events and social media credentials for individuals who share the news in a significant way. This program has brought thousands of people together for unique social media experiences of exploration and discovery."

    Please join me and my guest host and fellow NASA Social Alum Kathie Hagen as we talk about our experiences at NASA Social Events, the awesomeness of Hubble and it's successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, the future of space exploration and use of social media in generating public interest.

    CALL US at 516-387-1639 to join the conversation!

    follow Kathie @gypsy18 on Twitter
    follow Jeff @jeffpickens on Twitter


     

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1081

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Brittany Ecton from Olathe, Kansas, a 26 year old single mother who's a child abuse and adoption trauma survivor and activist. Still in early recovery, this will be the first time she tells her story in public. Sexually abused by her father, a belligerent drunk, she recalls being "conditioned" by him for years. A deeply troubled child her parents took her to many therapists, she says, ".. and every time I hinted at the abuse they would switch, and they forced medication on me for years." Her mother neglected her throughout her entire life and never showed her love or any form of kindness. "She had 3 other kids and it was obvious she loved them and not me." She explains, "I started acting out my abuse with my brother as a child, and the memories are so dark that I can't bare to even look at my brother anymore, without hating my entire body and mind for those memories. Once my hormones kicked in, I became ashamed of my body and life, I had no friends and no life, and I was tormented by kids for being different." A troubled teenager, she broke all the rules, before 18 had 7-8 suicide attempts. "I got pregnant at 19 and my mother forced me into giving my baby away due to no money, help or support, and I lived in a homeless shelter for 7 months." At 21 she married her friend, Zachary, a bad boy doing everything wrong who she'd knows since 15 years old. "He was in the military and promised to save me from my life," she shared. Returning from Afghanistan 80% disabled presented Brittany with new problems, and the additional challenge of giving birth to their son. In the middle of everything else she discovered she'd been adopted! Now married 4 years and seeing a therapist, Brittany's still struggling with doing what's best for herself and her young son.

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