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Matt-Man and Jayman are obsessed with all these online quizzes on sites like Buzzfeed and love to post the results to Facebook and other social media sites. Okay, Jayman is obsessed with them, but since Matt-Man can resist anything but temptation, he is forced to take them too. This week the gang at IWS Radio is going to talk about these quizzes and addictive personalities. They'll share some of their results from some of the quizzes and might even make a few of their own up.
Canadian Bureau Chief Jamie Mapleleaf will be here as will other members of the IWS Players to entertain and inform you. Matt and Jay will also challenge each other with some trivia questions and talk about games shows too! You won't want to miss that!
So call us up and tell us about your online quiz results OR see if you can stump us with trivia questions! All that and more on another exciting edition of IWS Radio!!
Walter Plecker - the first registrar of Virginia’s Bureau of Vital Statistics, (1912-1946) who created the Racial Integrity Act of 1924 - aka "Pencil Genocide" having changed race designations on birth records by hand. Our special guest tonight is Dr. Arica Coleman (African American / Native American) Author and College Professor.
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JoAnn Farb, is the author of two books. Her first, Compassionate Souls -- Raising the Next Generation to Change the World is a comprehensive vegan parenting guide, which addresses birth, diet, vaccines, education, influencing your children to adopt compassionate values and creating a peaceful home. Her second book, Get off Gluten, is filled with whole-foods recipes that are gluten-free and vegan. JoAnn became vegan while working as a microbiologist for pharmaceutical giant Merck and Co Inc. in the early 90s as a result of what she saw firsthand. She lives with her husband and their two youngest life-long vegan children in Kansas. JoAnn is part of the American Vegan Society's Speaker's Bureau and is a frequent presenter at Vegetarian Summerfest.
JoAnn teaches cooking classes in Kansas, for more info contact JoAnn at: askJoAnn@outlook.com
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Nancy Reid and Lisa Smith, the hosts of Big Blend Radio, join me here on The Mompreneur Model Show on Thursday, July 17th at 10amPT/1pmET. Nancy and Lisa, publishers of BigBlendMagazine, are stopping in to give us an update on their 5-year tour on our National Parks. Joining them are Emily Douce from The National Parks Conservation Association, Yvonne Peach, owner of the historical Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, AZ, Bruce Tepper from the Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau up in Yosemite’s Gold Country and Sandy Blankenship, President of the Exeter Chamber of Commerce and part of the Sequoia Tourism Council. They are all going to be sharing the Big Blend Radio's 5 year tour! I hope you will join us here on Word of Mom Radio - the show for Mompreneurs - the NEW Business Woman.
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Explore Tyler Texas with Holli Conley from the Tyler Texas Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Tyler’s charming brick streets lead visitors to an array of family attractions, quaint antique shops and unique specialty stores. Outdoor buffs enjoy crystal-clear lakes, challenging golf courses and scenic campgrounds that offer fishing, picnicking, paddle-boating and hike and bike trails.
For those who prefer refined culture, Tyler’s exciting Broadway and ballet performances, symphony concerts, world-class art museums and wonderful cuisine are sure to please any palate!
And for rose lovers; well, Tyler Texas dedicates an entire month to celebrate roses with its annual Tyler Rose Festival and this year will host the American Rose Society Fall Nationals. Listen, then plan your next vacation getaway to Tyler Texas!
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Our guest is KAREN SUSSMAN, who has served as president of the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros (ISPMB), the oldest wild horse and burro organization in the United States, since 1989. She follows in the footsteps of her predecessors, Helen Reilly and Wild Horse Annie, Velma Johnston. ISPMB currently resides on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation near Eagle Butte, South Dakota, where Ms. Sussman manages four wild horse herds.
ISPMB recently completed a 15 year observation and study of these four wild horse herds, and the data indicates that the White Sands herd did not double in size until the 14th year. (The Bureau of Land Management claims herd size doubles every 4 years.)
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July 10, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with Andrea Gold, President of Gold Stars Speakers Bureau and the author of The Business of Successful Speaking: Proven Secrets to Becoming a Million Dollar Speaker
THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: You have a brilliant message to share and you want to deliver that message in a bigger way, while creating a successful speaking business. The professional speaking industry operates on two tracks: the celebrities, like Olympic medal winners or famous politicians, who can come in and immediately command top dollar because of their name recognition; and regular people, who have built their clientele over years of learning how to market themselves and provide good content. Public speaking is a difficult art to master. If you have previously achieved success with a presentation, a speech or even a wedding toast and are passionate about it, then you may have the potential to become a successful speaker. But, where do you start?
Andrea Gold is the President of Gold Stars Speakers Bureau. Andrea is well suited for the speaking business.Her work experience covers the areas of print and electronic media, newspaper reporting and photo-journalism, editing, sales, public relations, marketing, publishing, mail order, and executive management. She claims she "fell into these areas" through a series of fateful events, but claims they were all for good reasons. She embraces constant self-improvement in her own life. Andrea has authored and co-authored five books, including The Business of Successful Speaking: Proven Secrets to Becoming a Million Dollar Speaker.
Global Peeks sat with Abayome Azikiwe, Political Analyst & Editor of Pan African NewsWire to take a look at Israeli persecution, killing of Palestinian children, the rise of ISIS, destruction of the Middle East and the continued turmoil in the Muslim World.
Domestically we will lift the plight of political prisoner & Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, formerly known as 1960’s activist, H. Rap Brown. Imam Al-Amin is suffering serious health challenges in a Colorado Federal Prison that’s compounded by the US Government neglecting to facilitate the level of care the Imam needs.
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(PLEASE READ) Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, once known as H. Rap Brown, needs our support!!!!
Please,Call, not write your congress people, media and friends. This is a matter of life or death. Ask for : immediate medical attention for inmate Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (Reg.# 99974-555); his transfer to a different facility where his medical needs are more assured of being met, such as the prison medical facility located in Butner, North Carolina.
Make CALLS TO:Charles E. Samuels Jr. the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons 202-307-3198 #9 for Press Office.(DIRECT LINE: 202-307-3250) and to Lisa Gregory, Director of Health Services, North Central Region - 913-621-3939 .
Special Guest is Ira Jones, Special Agent Bomb Technician – Training and Hazardous Devices Coordinator for US Dept. of Justice, FBI – New Orleans Division
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Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to ensure the safety of participants and spectators at major sporting events? Join us for our next episode of CSU Talk Radio as Ira Jones, Special Agent Senior Bomb Technician for the New Orleans Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation shares his experience in coordinating eight Sugar Bowls, four Bowl Championship Series (BCS) games, two NBA All-star series, two NCAA Men’s and two NCAA Women’s Final Fours, WWE WrestleMania 30, supported Super Bowl 46, and coordinated the All Hazards Operations for Super Bowl 47.
Guests are Robby Herbst and Erin Schneider of The Llano Del Rio Collective, which aims to expand the cultural, social, and political imagination of Los Angeles through the production of thematic guides, related events and the hosting of a speakers bureau.
Their printed guides, produced in collaboration with a group of artist contributors, have explored utopian societies, mapped sites of agonistic social and political practice, and described locations for a variety of radical, creative behavior in Los Angeles and Southern California.
For more information and to order the guides, visit ldrg.wordpress.com
Show hosted by Kara Tomé, GYST Radio Manager and founder of ArtSite Projects.
Join Doctor-Attorney-Author Mayer Eisenstein and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, joined by Analytical Chemist Dr. Paul King, Ph.D. in the last 1/3 of the show, as they discuss the level of mercury in influenza vaccines compared to that of fish and EPA maximum limits for drinking water; the passing of Dr. Anthony J. Morris at age 95, former chief vaccine officer for the Bureau of Biological Standards with NIH and later the FDA, who was fired for saying that flu vaccines were ineffective; whether or not we still have a government of, by and for the people; some of the key talking points about vaccines generally, and in particular, the many serious problems with te Hepatitis B vaccines for newborn infants; recent outbreaks of Ebola in West African countries, and research supporting the proposition that the virus was man-made; the difference between claimed and actual reasons for the increasing cost of vaccines; a recent polio outbreak in Pakistan; who the real clients of regulatory agencies are; how studies finding no problems with vaccines manage to arrive at their invented conclusions; and more!
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