• 00:42

    Pinkney to Pinkney Mike Brown Protesters and Rev Pinkney say no more!

    in Politics Progressive

    Nearly 200 communities around the country held an angry protest. It was an reaction to the racist Grand Jury' failure to indict a murderer Darren Wilson After he shot and killed an unarmed man. Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, this was a hate crime. In the 60's it was called Negro removal, in Bosnia, it was called Ethnic Cleansing, today it is called Genocide.

  • 00:59

    Overcoming Traumas with Dr.Danica Anderson

    in Spirituality

    In this episode, we get together with Magdala Ramirez, Patrice Lange and special guest Dr.Danica Anderson to talk about women's trauma's, healing the trauma's, ovecoming painful memories and much more. Join us!


    "I am a world traveling Forensic Psychotherapist, a perpetual student of life. A trauma expert with global experience, a clinical psychology doctoral candidate, my childhood was in a Serbian immigrant family. My mother survived concentration camps, WWII. I vowed as a young child to not say "never again," as did my parents, I knew I wanted to say "enough!", no more wars, hatreds and conflicts.



    My education and life experiences are to move into evolving from catastrophic intergenerational trauma since the scarring traumatic memories are for surviving not thriving. My childhood in the North side of Chicago, I took to Serbian folk dancing (kolos) with a passion exposing me to female humanities and the social structure and symbolism of past and present South Slavic societies. Called oral memory traditions are millennium aged containing female wisdom handed down through the ages.


    I spent a year in Afghanistan as a social scientist and recently for the International Criminal Court went to the Congo DRC again in August 2014 returning right at the beginning of the Ebola outbreak."


    --Dr. Danica Anderson


    www.kolocollaboration.org

  • 01:01

    Travel and Culture with the US Army

    in Travel

    The November 6, 2014, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick, USA.


    After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel D. Renwick’s first assignment was a year tour in South Korea, north of the “no smile line” with the 2nd Infantry Division.  After promotion to Captain she was deployed to Bosnia and Herzegovina in an Aviation Liaison position in Mostar.  After that deployment she attended Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course and was subsequently deployed to Qatar.  After eight years of active duty she transferred to the New Your National Guard.  Lieutenant Colonel Renwick then volunteered for a deployment to Iraq where she was a military police battalion intelligence officer.


    Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick has earned numerous awards and certificates throughout her 17 year military career, to include the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, one oak leaf cluster, Army Achievement Medal, 2 NATO Ribbons, and the Army Aviation badge.

  • 00:16

    Total Soccer Show 211 - USA vs Bosnia-Herzegovina

    in Soccer

    Bonus show! Taylor and Daryl review the USA's 4-3 win over Bosnia.

  • 01:01

    TROOPER

    in Film

    American Heroes Radio features a conversation with the writer, director & producer of Trooper, Christopher Martini; and, the executive producer, Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick, USA.


    Trooper is a film about an Iraq Veteran as he struggles to come to grips with the changes war has made in his life & those around him. Murphy O'Shea an Iraq Veteran, has a hard time re-adjusting to society upon his return from a long tour. His world crumbles when he discovers his father, a Vietnam Veteran, is dying. His brother, currently on tour, reminds him to "shut up and take it".


    Christopher Martini's was a child actor on a film for HBO, acting opposite John Lithgow. In 1996 Chris graduated from NYU film school & has been working as a feature film editor. Chris' short film, "The Stone Child", about a Lakota Native-American boy coming of age, played at over 20 film festivals, and aired on Channel 13 in NYC. Chris' first feature film, "Trooper" earned Chris the "Renaissance Man Award" at the 2011 Garden State Film Festival.


    Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick’s first assignment was a tour in South Korea with the 2nd Infantry Division.  After promotion to Captain, she was deployed to Bosnia and Herzegovina.  After that deployment, she attended the Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course & was subsequently deployed to Qatar.  After 8 years of active duty she transferred to the NY National Guard.  She then volunteered for a deployment to Iraq where she was a military police battalion intelligence officer.


    Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick has earned numerous awards and certificates throughout her 17 year military career, to include the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, one oak leaf cluster, Army Achievement Medal, 2 NATO Ribbons, and the Army Aviation badge.

  • 00:50

    World Cup Wrap-up: 22 June, USA vs. Portugal, Bosnia eliminated

    in Soccer

    On today's show we looked back at Argentina 1-0 Iran, Germany 2-2 Ghana, and Bosnia 0-1 Nigeria. We previewed today's fixtures of Belgium vs. Russia, Algeria vs. Korea, and USA vs. Portugal.

  • 02:04

    what really happening wednesday???? call in 626-414-3504

    in Current Events

     Rev. Edward Pinkney. --Civil rights attorney, Hugh "Buck" Davis the thrust [of the Berrien county courthouse] is to physically remove and destroy families through the use
    of the criminal justice system. Every person they can put in jail; every person whose voting rights they can
    revoke with a felony conviction; every person they can cause to lose their job by putting them on probation;
    every person they can cause to lose the ability to pay for basic necessities through imposing ruinous court
    costs and probation is all part of the process. In the 1960s, it was called Negro removal. In Bosnia, it was
    called ethnic cleansing. and down south we have Irene Olive Cates  in Saint Petersburg, Florida.  Cates Enterprises Movement Change, Inc. nonprofit 501(c)(4) organization focusing on Social Welfare issues in the state of Florida by making people aware of the bigger picture, “No one man is better than his brother and no one woman is better than her sister.” Her charitable acts doesn’t stop there. Irene also offers her time and services to community and charitable organizations including SUAC (Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition), a 501 (c)(3) organization where she functions in the capacity of board member. Cates is also President of St. Pete Business League, Inc., a non-profit organization. And this is only the beginning November 4th, 2014, Irene Olive Cates for Pinellas County School Board District 7. "The leadership and direction of District 7 will depend on YOUR vote." - Irene Olive Cates

  • 00:42

    Listen to Veteran Stacy Bare with Sierra Club Outdoors - Military Program

    in Military

    Listen 24/7 to this program that aires(d) 10-23-2014: 


    Stacy Bare - Bosnia and Iraq Veteran - the Director of Sierra Club Outdoors and 2014 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year * The North Face Ambassadorhttp://content.sierraclub.org/outings/sierra-club-outdoors "Connecting people to nature for the benefit of both"


    Iraq Veteran Joshua Brandon


    The direct link to more details: 


    http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/october-2014/article/listen-to-iraq-vets-stacy-bare-joshua-brandon-w-sierra-club-outdoors-military-program

  • 02:00

    PART TWO Jihad on Our Southern Border IMPORTANT on The Ruthie Report

    in Politics

    Jihad on our Southern Border


    PART TWO


    Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with


    GUEST: DAVID H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST


    David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us


    Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have


    David back this Thursday with Part Two


    Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue -  that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border


    David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!


    David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer


    As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS???


    Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will -common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie

  • 01:58

    Say Goodbye to Stress!

    in Lifestyle

    I am so excited as we continue our Neuroscience month, to bring this week's guest and author!


    Don Joseph Goewey managed the department of psychiatry at Stanford Medical School, ran a regional emergency medical services system, and for twelve years headed an internationally recognized institute that pioneered an approach to catastrophic life events. He has worked with some of the most stressful situations on earth—with people facing terminal illness, parents struggling with the loss of a child, prisoners adjusting to a life sentence, and refugees of the genocidal war in Bosnia struggling with extreme post-traumatic stress. He spent six years directing a think tank aimed at integrating breakthroughs in neuroscience and psychology. From this work, he innovated a model for changing brain structure to extinguish stress reactions and amplify the higher brain function that enables a human being to flourish.


    HIs new book is groundbreaking and can help anyone deal more effectively with stress.(order it here)  Learn more about Don here.

  • 00:02

    La Jugada de la Semana que Excita Presentado por Nissan: México vs Bosnia

    in Soccer

    La selección de fútbol de Bosnia y Herzegovina superó al Club nacional de México 1-0 en el Soldier Field de Chicago, que marca la primera derrota del Tri bajo el nuevo entrenador en jefe Miguel Herrera. Extremo Alero Izet Hajrovic lanzó el único gol cuatro minutos corto de medio tiempo. Edgar Herrera le trae el momento más emocionante del juego-como portero del Dragón, Asmir Begovic, para un disparo de Javier “Chicharito” Hernández—en la jugada de la semana que excita presentado por Nissan. Para dar rienda suelta a su pasión por el fútbol este verano, vaya a facebook-punto-com-diagonalnissanespañol. Nissan la marca de automóviles más excitante celebra el deporte más excitante del mundo—hasta el mundial de brasil.

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