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Well today is Friday 28 August 2015 and it is the last Friday of the month of August do we have a show for you today about some of neglect our compatriots in the UK recieve. Now you may say what does their care have to do with ours well you will soon see that the care in both nations is found wanting, We will look at some of the posts of Bryan Kirk from Across the pond who is Iraq/Afghanistan veteran.
We will also talk about the current issues that are on your mind
It is Friday!! Did you wear RED?
Our Brooklyn Navy Yard Phone Number is 347-884-8078 and will open Promptly at 2400 Hrs Zulu for all our Civilian friend s that would be as follows Atlantic/ Eastern 7 pm,Central would be 6pm, Alaska and Mountain would be 5PM and Pacific would be 4pm. Hawaii would be 1pm and Guam would be 0900 AM.
Call us We want to hear from you
Raymond Hall , Radio show host will be our guest. He promotes veterans helping veterans.
Today is 26 August 2015 and it is the last Wednesday of the month of August! We are glad to have another session on benefits and will be hosted by our chreif Benefits Officer Marilyn Wyche
Today Marilyn will cover all aspects of veterans benefits that you as callers may ask her to answer in regards to VA compensation, housing and educational benefits.
Our Brooklyn Navy Yard Phone lines 347 884 8078 will open today at 2400 ZULU time and for our Civilian Friends the time is as follows for your neck of the woods......Atlantic & Eastern times would be 7pm , Central time would be 6pm, Alaska & Mountain 5pm, Pacific time would be 4PM, Hawaii time would be 1pm and Gaum would be 0900 AM.
Join Ken Kraetzer, Jack McGuirk and Todd Anton of Sons of the American Legion Radio for discussion of Army West Point's opening game at Michie Stadium versus Fordham and other major college games of the weekend. We will hear comments from the head coach Jeff Monken and several players. Calls in on 1-347-826-7155 with your comments on service academy games or other college games you are following.
(Tune in to The Next Mission Radio with your host Daniel Mays)
Join us as we go on air with Mr. Curtis Jones (Mr.VA/Gunny) as we dive into some of the issues that surround VA disabilities and ratings. We will be discussing issues and simple things that veterans miss when going to sign for their ratings. Also we will be discussing some other programs that are available for veterans such as the VFW, DAV, American Legion just to name a few.
Curtis Jones is a retired Marine Gunny who joined into the Marine Corps in 1977 during his time in service until his end of service in 1998. Once out of the military he held multiple jobs ranging from work as a security consultant all the way up to working for the FBI and everything else in between. Along with some of the jobs that the Gunny has held he has also volunteered his time and efforts to give back to the Veteran Community by taking part in VFW Post 304, DAV CHAPTER 3, AMERICAN LEGION POST 141, FRA BRANCH 24, and AMVETS.
"I work for the DOD, but my life's mission is to help any and all Vet's that I can. I believe in God and Country in that order and I am willing to die for both! I have always stood up for the underdog and will continue to do so! I am a combat Vet and a wounded warrior even tho you can't see my wounds. I have been in two helicopter crashes. Ran over a landmine in Bosnia, shot in the chest but by the Grace of God my vest took the round, almost taken out by an IED also in Bosnia."-Curtis Jones (Gunny)
So please join us on the air to talk with myself and Mr. Curtis to discuss VA ratings and any questions about the process and local VFW, DAV, and American legions.
On a single night in January 2014, 578,424 people were experiencing homelessness — meaning they were sleeping outside or in an emergency shelter or transitional housing program. From 2013 to 2014, a period of ongoing recovery from the Great Recession, overall homelessness decreased by 2.3 percent and homelessness decreased among every major subpopulation: unsheltered persons (10 percent), families (2.7 percent), chronically homeless individuals (2.5 percent), and veterans (10.5 percent).
34 states had decrease in overall homelessness, while 17 states saw increases. 40 states had decreases in the number of people living in unsheltered locations, including the street, cars, and abandoned buildings.
The national rate of homelessness fell to 18.3 homeless people per 10,000 people in the general population, but the rate in individual states ranged from 120 in Washington, D.C. to 7 in Mississippi.
The rate of veteran homelessness continued its descent of the past several years to 25.5 homeless veterans per 10,000 veterans in the general population, but the rate in individual states ranged from 146 in Washington, D.C. to 9 in Virginia.
The majority of states had decreases in every major subpopulation: family homelessness (32 states), chronically homeless individuals (27 states), and veteran homelessness (28 states).
This Sunday on Cruz Inc Radio, the amazing and talent cast of "The Face Of Homeless"
Tune in at 9 pm est at www.blogtalkradio.com\cruzincradio
Life can change in an instance and you could be the face of the homeless. It is more than a play
...it is the portrayal of Life!
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Chris Boucher, VP of Product Development at CannaVest, founder of the Hemp Industries Association (H.I.A), co-writer of the first California and Colorado Industrial Hemp Legislation Act of 1995. and the first person in more than 50 years to grow Industrial Hemp in the USA while at the USDA Research Station in California will join us, once again, from California to talk about the various benefits of hemp products, including the therapeutic, nutritional, and medical benefits.
Art Mendoza from Accomplice Entertainment will talk about future programs and events happening in Austin, Texas Muisc Scene and later Tom Devoursney wil call in from Florida
Listen 24/7 to this program that aired live Aug 29, 2015 from the The Grand Prix Equestrian event hosted by Blenheim EquiSports at the Del Mar Horse Park in Del Mar, CA, to honor all U.S. Military veterans who benefit from the services provided by R4 Alliance member organizations.
Vietnam Veteran William Potter,
Melissa Brandes VP of Marketing with Blenheim EquiSports,
Bronson C. Jacoway, Jr. Marine Veteran, Business Man, Very Active in his Community.
More Info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/august-2015/article/listen-to-call-in-from-grand-prix-equestrian-event-honoring-r4alliance-to-benefit-military-members
Direct Link to Listen: http://tobtr.com/7852017
More details will be at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/august-2015/article/listen-to-call-in-from-grand-prix-equestrian-event-honoring-r4alliance-to-benefit-military-members
SPONSORED BY UNITED STATES VETS. WE A.R.E.--ADVOCACY, REFERRAL, AND EDUCATION IN VETERANS HELPING VETERANS. FOR MORE INFO, LOG ONTO UNITEDSTATESVETS.ORG, THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE AT FACEBOOK.COM/UNITEDSTATESVETS, OR CALL 419-206-5979.
Forever millions and even billions will miss whom many came to know as the King of Pop. For the fans who knew him and his brothers that made up The Jackson 5, he was more than that. Earlier songs included "Going Back To Indiana," "Dancing Machine," "All I Do," and "Forever Came Today." During his solo career, some of Michael Jackson's hits includded "Ben," "I Wanna Be Where You Are," and "Jam."
As the world celebrates, many a commercial radio station, podcast, live stream, etc. will be muscially celebrating his birthday. For some, it's competition to see who can get the most listeners that day. For Ms. Computer Lady, though she knows that's the realm, it's much more. During your lunchtime, your late breakfast, early dinner, or late snack around the world, let's see if Ms. Computer Lady can bring back some memories.
Here are soem qeustions. Where were you when you first heard this song? Were you there in person when this song was performed? When you heard the song on the radio, what was the name of it? Well, which songs are Ms. Computer Lady talking about that we knowingly hadn't heard in a long time? You'll have to stop by the show to find out.
Heather Scott (www.repheatherscott.com), along with Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler and Washington State representative Matt Shea, came to the attention of Lost Arts radio recently when they stood up against the harassment of a man in her district by Veterans Administration agents who wanted to strip this citizen of his unalienable 2nd Amendment rights because he had suffered a stroke. This is part of the creeping infringement of 2nd Amendment rights by a government that wants to use any excuse possible to disarm American citizens, a step which historically always precedes much more serious tyranny and government crimes against the people. We get a chance on this week's show to find out first hand from Representative Heather Scott what it is really like when honest and courageous people get into government for the right reasons, and what it's really like on the inside.
On this show we also get a rare chance to speak with Sheriff Richard Mack (www.cspoa.org), on how he went from the beginning of his career in law enforcement, to a clear understanding of what needs to change in how that profession serves the people and honors its oath to the U.S. Constitution. Sheriff Mack shares with us how he came to start the great organization called the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (see all their videos on YouTube), and the inspirational work being done by CSPOA members all over America. All of us are needed to support this great effort at turning America back to an actual land of freedom and honor. If you haven't had the privilege of hearing Sheriff Mack talk yet, you are in for a treat with this show. If you have heard him, you know how inspirational his historical commentary and his insights can be on the real function of law enforcement (listen to what he says regarding "stupid laws"), so you know what a great show this is going to be.
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THEN THE SECOND HOUR with CHAPLIN Barry Mainardi
Chaplain Barry graduated from the University of Dayton in 1965. He served with the U.S. Army until 1974 and received an Honorable Discharge at the rank of Captain. During his tour of service, Barry was both an Airborne Jumpmaster and an instructor pilot. He served in two combat tours, including Vietnam, where he was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Oak Leaf among others. Barry feels his status as a disabled veteran helps him assist other veterans whose experiences he has paralleled.
Barry dedicates his life serving our Lord Christ Jesus as an ordained Senior Chaplain with Messages of Faith Ministry. He currently serves as Chair of the Chaplaincy Advisory Board, 10,000Kids (producer of Emmy nominee Trafficked-No-More) team Leader; METRO Human Trafficking Taskforce Partner; Co-Chair of the Southern NV Community Gang Taskforce on Human Trafficking; METRO RECAP (Reclaiming Every City Around Peace) First Responder; Red Rock Search and Rescue Lead Chaplain; Clark County School District Police Chaplain Liaison; Mayor's Faith Based Initiative on Human Trafficking; and is a 10 year Volunteer for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Barry has approximately 40 years of experience in the securities industry. For the last 20 years, Barry is serving as an Arbitrator for the Financial Industries Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Bio on Senior Chaplain Barry A. Mainardi
The shame and embarrassment about any form of disability can be found in most ethnic groups. However, there is a higher prevalence of stigmas over mental and physical disability in African-American,Native American and Hispanic groups. Host, Dr. Danita Applewhite and special guest Dr. E. Douglass Brown, share a unique insight about the stigma of mental illness and how it relates to depression and addiction. Hear students, teachers, and Veterans discuss how to identify symptoms, overcome shame, and get confidential help. Dr. E. Douglas Brown is a clinical psychologist and author. Your donation of at least $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite™ Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7. This broadcast is a rerun of The Shame of Mental Illness aired 1-18-14.
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