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On Monday, September 14, co-host Ronald A. Edwards was interviewed on Up and At Em on Twin Cities News Talk Radio AM 1130 to talk about the historical implications of of Davis' actions. Join Ron and Don as they walk you back in time and re-tell our listeners about the many black leaders who misued grants and money meant to better the community protected by the DFL opertaives.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights in chaos
Don't look know, it's Al Flowers
Was it something I said?
Waking Up. A fall night podcast live from the deck, with wind blowing in the trees, leaves falling, planes landing and weird noises. You hear a lot of talk these days about ‘waking up’. What does it mean? There’s an awful lot about ‘waking up’ on the Internet if you bother to do a search, […] Read more
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Do we have a treat for you. Mr Ed Smith of Majesty Outdoors is in the process of doing a Documentary about Nuclear and Chemical exposure our Veterans may have come across in their military service.
Also Joining us is Hadit Member and former Professional fishing guide Bill Sheka of Bill Sheka Outdoors. Bills Hadit Handle is CaptContaminate. Bill is working with ED in this documentary and has provided support to Ed's mission.
Join Jerrel Cook and Myself as we bring you this episode. The Show starts at 2:30 eastern time.
If you have been exposed to Nuclear Radiation or Chemicals in the CONUS, Give us a call. We would love to hear form you.
Meet Don Davis!
As I’ve traveled around the country over the past 40 years I’ve been inspired to see how many people I’ve been able to provide with insight and guidance. By 1973 I was ready to accept my gift and use it for the good of others. This took me down many exciting and diverse paths. However, no matter who, or even how, I was helping, I always noticed the one single common denominator was that my passion for my work continued to flourish as I saw how many lives I was able to improve with my guidance and highly accurate predictions.
I was thrilled to learn in 1975 that I was one of only a handful of individuals to pass a screening test administered by the publication Modern People. In fact, their challenge proved that my predictions are a minimum of 80% accurate. Hey, nobody’s perfect, but I am open and honest about the level of clarity surrounding each prediction.
Dan Perkins-Contributor to DailySurge.com and TheHill.com, Author and master storyteller says "It's Time For Conservatives To Go To The Matt Against The Washington Cartel."
Samantha Mills-"The Good News Girl" is back with this week's best viral videos from the internet.
James Hirsen-New York Times best-selling author, commentator, media analyst and law professor talks about our 1st Amendment rights and freedom of conscience.
Bob Waliszewski-The Martian & Hotel Transylvania 2 Take Top Honors At The Weekend Box Office. Focus On The Family's Director of media & Culture reports.
Wendall Hall-MILLIONS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE THE PSAT/NMSQT® IN OCTOBER-Parents Should Understand the Benefits to Students says the senior director for policy advocacy at the College Board.
Dr Peggy Sands Orchowski-50th Anniversary: How LBJ/Kennedy’s Immigration Law Changed America and the World by gthis credentialed Congressional Correspondent in Washington DC. She is the author of the new book, The Law That Changed the Face of America: The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.
Stephen Moore-See what happens when you cut back spending in Washington DC-Congress gets a little cranky. Heritage Foundation's chief economist, explains why.
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Q & A Night - You'll suggest the themes for tonight's show, which will involve any topic from the world of public safety, violence prevention, and child abuse and trauma. Special co-host Dr. Debra Warner, Psy.D., a Los Angeles based Forensic Psychologist will lead the discussion. ~~ NAASCA is pleased to announce that Debra will be making regular special co-host appearances on upcoming Tuesday night question-and-answer style community participation shows. An educator and violence prevention expert, Dr. Warner will assist SCAN host and NAASCA founder Bill Murray field questions and lead a variety of topic discussions suggested by our call-in participants. Debra's understanding of the issues of child abuse and trauma spring not only from a professional perspective, but also from a personal one. Multiple members of her own family have been victims of predators. She'll share how she's participated in their struggle with surviving and thriving. ~~ Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in SCAN's ever-present community chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org
Recap of the October 03 college football games for teams from the state of Alabama!
Topics for this show:
ULM mourns death of Quarterback Daniel Fitzwater
Saban on Media writing them off at press conference.
Alabama game recap, was this the Tide of old?
Next week on Arkansas for homecoming
Auburn still struggling with defense. How much impact is the loss of Carl Lawson having?
How tough is the Auburn road ahead?
Tammy back in the limelight?
It's time to look at the SEC and where everyone stands.
Is Florida that good?
AP and Coaches poll
Alabama college teams recap and look ahead
Prep coach in Orlando hits referee. Follow up on prior prep assaults.
Hoover and Spain Park recap
Prep Power 25
Much more and Big C to call in and chat football!
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Welcome to another show here at, "Your Place" From Last weeks show Wild Bill got a lot of comments in regareds to some of the things he said about Ronald Regan and the Republican party. He said, It is sad that out of that entire show all people got out of it was what a congress woman remarked on in the hearings on "Planned Parenthood" and my remarks to the Republican's real stance on abortion. If that stirred emotions then tonight should start a fire storm. We are going to look at some personal information about Wild Bill. Mostly to explain his stance on polictical issues. Do not think this is going to be a show based on polictics. As Wild Bill is known to do. He is going to take us on a joureny that will end with the reminder of how people of faith cannot use deflection as an excuse to not obey GOD. He has specific thoughts as do all people regarding issues that was discussed last week regarding Obama Care, and the new marriage law that was created by the supream court. I guess we will not know exactly how this is going to play out without listening. So here is your host Wild Bill on the mound with this show!
Agnes Davis, CEO of swim swim swim I SAY is a passionate warrior. Her mission is to make a difference while educating parents, families, teachers and individuals the importance and benefits of swimming. Five years ago, Agnes Davis, was wrongfully terminated from her job as a cardiovascular perfusionist at a top New York City hospital and had to reinvent her professional life.
Davis went back to school with the last bit of money in her account to get the necessary certification in swim safety, and launched Swim Swim Swim I Say, a company focused on swim instruction. Davis started with three clients, which has grown to over 100, and teaches quality swimming to children and adults in Harlem, the Bronx and New Jersey.
"Swimming is not a luxury, it's a necessity," says Davis. She is saving lives and breaking the cycle of generational fear of water. Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths worldwide. Her work to decrease the drowning prevention rate (70% of minorities can’t swim) and empowering autistic children with water safety skills has not gone un-noticed. Recently, the Associated Press, Washington Post, ABC News, Seattle Times, USA Today, Yahoo and CBS radio featured Agnes’ relentless work; Autism Awareness also awarded her with two grants to teach children with autism about water safety.