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This is the first podcast to come from Voluntary Media Networks (VMN) where I, Alex, talk about the Ferguson, Missouri incident and riots, about the ideas statists generally have when talking about the use of force, and about the general biases most protestors and viewers of the media have when it comes to issues such as the Ferguson incident.
The gospel of Matthew 11:12; says "And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kindom of heaven suffers violence, and the violent take it by force"
The scripture indicates that for you to take back whatever the enemy had stolen from you, spiritual violence is necessary.
The devil is not a gently man. The only language he understands is spiritual violence.
As pray violently in this episode, you shall possess your possessions in the name of Jesus.
Many veterans come from active combat duty back to civilian life in search of a job. A position as a police officer may seem like a logical choice. But is it really? Military officers are trained for combat, and lately the succession of YouTube videos indicate that today's police are quick to tackle a civilian and beat him (or her) senseless. This is dangerous for the men, women and children who are expecting a polite, calm, professional acting police officer, and instead are confronted with an aggressive soldier who, with the slightest provocation,becomes an executioner. Should military soldiers be hired to serve on the police force? Should psychological evaluations and mandatory counseling be required after military duty before a soldier becomes eligible for a job in civilian life? Mike Bradford and Robin Lynn, who formerly served in the military, discuss unknown factors that may account for what appears to be an increase in tpolice use of deadly force.
Diana Danis was the first military woman writing and anchoring radio news on the American Forces Network, Europe in 1974. Danis highlighted the accomplishments of women in the military during her tenure. She pushed members of Congress to investigate sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape in the military as well as lack of services in the VA for mental health treatment. She testified several times in 1991, 92 (Tail hook era) and 93 before House and Senate Armed Services and Veterans Affairs Committees about out of control conditions in the services, victim-blaming, closing of ranks, retaliation and retraumatization of survivors in both DOD and the VA systems.
Paula J. Caplan is a clinical and research psychologist, playwright, director, and actor. She received her A.B. with honors from Radcliffe College of Harvard University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in psychology from Duke University. She is the author of 11 books, the most recent of which is When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans, which won three national nonfiction awards.
The Honorable Betty Folliard is co-owner of Strategy Partners - a business and political consulting firm. Having worked in government at the local, state & national levels, Ms. Folliard served five years, two as vice chair, of the Hopkins School District Board of Directors. She was elected to the Minnesota Legislature in 1996 where she served three terms in the Minnesota House of Representatives - focusing on education, clean environment, strong communities and women’s issues. She then spent 3 1/2 years as Community Representative in the office of Congressman Keith Ellison. Currently she serves as Board Chair of two non-profit boards: Gender Justice - a nonprofit law firm specializing in eliminating gender barriers; and PRISM - a social services organization serving the community with basic needs services.
There is nothing perfect about the military nor will it ever be however, like many organizations, there are lessons that the church could learn from military especially in the realm of accountability.
One thing the both the military and churches have in common is that when either have poor leadership, people die. So how much more important is your spiritual walk with Christ?
Today we do some old fashion comparing and contrasting.
Sometimes you have to take things by force. You need a ride or die person by your side not someone that going against the grain. Tonight on Talking2Terri and The Prophet what are you wanting that you feel you should have had already? Call in tonight 646 595 3069 at 10 pm. Surely God will bless the people that is doing his work. What are you taking by force tonight? Call in and give your testimony tell how Gods word is blessing you.
Army Wife Talk Radio is the leading internet talk radio show for Army wives, by Army wives. AWTR is hosted by the Army Wife Network Core Team - www.ArmyWifeNetwork.com. AWTR guests bring exciting, relevant topics and resources to the attention of our military families.
Guest: Pamela Brehm and Joan Rooney - Tutor.com
They have been a part of the world's consciousness for over 20 years. Now Bowlegged Lou and Paul Anthony of the legendary group Full force stop by Conversations LIVE to chat with host Cyrus Webb about their success, the response from their fans and the new album WITH LOVE FROM OUR FRIENDS.
Tune in LIVE Thursday, August 21st @ 6:30 pm to The Shut Up And Train Radio Show.
Please feel free to grab a stogie, and a cold brew and join us in the firehouse, while we discuss many forcible entry tactics while we go over GAP - SET - FORCE. Once again, we will be "Around The Kitchen Table" as we deiberate, discuss, and get into the nitty-gritty of conventional forcible entry. This is one of the very first fireground functions as we step off the First-Due, and we plan to make smooth, deliberate movements, without getting our head loose, and letting that front door beat us. Slow is smooth, smooth is fast. This is Part 2, of forcible entry, and we are going to focus on many different ways to get inside quickly. This episode, we will be discussing some thru-the-lock maneuvers, conventional entry and some of the tools that are used to obtain entry. Join in, and become involved in some of the knowledge and know-hows that are involved in the "ART OF MAKING ENTRY".
Get in, and GO GET IT!
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NOTE: SUAT does not intend to belittle, judge, or criticize any department's tactics, procedures, or guidelines. We're not here to bang on each other, just to learn and make ourselves better firefighters.
If you are in or are about to begin a military relationship, you need to prepare yourself for the road ahead. Military relationships can be very hard and it does take quite a bit of getting used to. But along with that hardship comes quite a few rewards, such as pride, health and dental coverage at considerably low rates, a guaranteed paycheck regardless of hours worked, a new “extended” family, opportunities to travel and see many different places, and freedom and flexibility to work towards your goals and dreams while they are away. Despite all of these benefits, being in a military relationship means learning to adapt to this new lifestyle and learning how to cope with the distance and difficulties you will face.
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