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  • 00:15

    Hillary Clinton Tell Walmart to Stop Selling Toxic Products to Consumers

    in Legal

    Billionaire Alice Walton Finances Hillary Clinton's Campaign


    Front runner for the Presidential 2016 elections, Hillary Clinton receives campaign financing from Alice Walton, the billionaire daughter of Wal Mart founder, Sam Walton.  However, Walmart and its supplier Iovate Health Sciences aka Six Star Products and BC30 (also found in Bigelow) continue to flood communities across America with deadly, toxic products. Furthermore, Walmart continues to defraud its consumers by knowingly and intentionally removing deadly iron content information from its websites so mislead consumers. 


     

  • 01:19

    We Need the WORD

    in Christianity

    We need the WORD!  The word of God says that in the beginning was the Word.  Don't we all need to get back to the source?  Get back to the One with whom everything began?  In every word, in every syllable, our Lord Jesus speaks to us from the Holy Bible.  Experience Him with us in chapter 9 of Genesis.  For the story continues.  

  • 00:31

    Why do Giant Companies Step on Consumers? Part1 Common Mistakes Made

    in Technology

    Ever wonder why big companies make crazy marketing moves that really piss off their target market? Why do they act like giants walking through a garden accidently stepping on ants (the consumers) when they know their target market lives there in the first place? Today’s episode is all about how giant companies can’t seem to leave well enough alone when It comes to supporting products and services that work.  It also talks about what big companies should be doing to avoid these mistakes and how they can make customer happy, loyal and raving fans. So tune in and turn on to this week’s episode of Working the Web to Win and learn why the giant companies step on consumers. To read the supporting article for this show - visit http://www.workingthewebtowin.blogspot.com

  • 00:03

    Stocks Need Improved Earnings to Rally

    in Finance

    Weak earnings have hurt the markets in recent sessions. And Sam Stovall of S&P Global Market Intelligence says earnings will need to improve to move the markets higher. He tells the Wall Street Journal that earnings are expected to rise the latter half of 2016.

  • 00:30

    Why do Giant Companies Step on Consumers? Part 2: We're Naming Names

    in Technology

    You know that giant corporations make mistakes. Sometimes by accident. Sometimes on purpose. The closer the company is to being a monopoly, the greater the chance they will step on our toes. This week’s article will delve into recent real world examples of giant companies stepping on our toes. We will be naming names and telling it like it is. We will look and some of the big players who are well known Like Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter (plus a few lesser known companies) who have caused us lots of annexed and frustrations. So tune in and turn on to this weeks episode of Working the Web to Win and learn which giant corporation stomp on us often with out a care as we explore Why Giant Companies Step on consumers - Part2: Where Naming Names.

  • 00:16

    Why do we need the electoral college ?

    in Politics

    I did not have a good answer to these things two weeks ago....


    Why do we need the electoral college? Why do I think the RNC is doing a fine job? Why are we a republic NOT a democracy? Why is the popular vote a BAD way to elect a president? DO YOU want the truth or do you want to continue in the dark until it Is too late?


    Join me Saturday at 10:00 am Central..


    I have tried this twice before and had tech difficulties ...But After a retest I believe I have solved the problem...now I would like to try and solve some OTHER problems...

  • 00:13

    We Return ... Lounge Therapy Live Radio, Let's Need This

    in Social Networking

    Appreciate you tuning in. We are back & looking forward to giving you more Show content to Vibe to & start some conversations with. You either Listening Live or Listening later, but you listening so it's all Good. We need this, you need this & they need this ... Lounge Therapy Live Dallas. Welcome to the Couch. 

  • 00:31

    MAY DAY: I NEED HELP DATING (Part 2)

    in Motivation

    TUNE IN TONIGHT 6:30pm on the 


    VIBRATE AND ELEVATE NETWORK >> 


    CLICK HERE OR CALL IN TO JOIN THE CONVO: 646.929.0300


     


     


    NOW WE'VE GUIDED YOU THROUGH CLEANING OUR YOUR GARDENS AND PLANTING BETTER RELATIONSHIP, WORK, FINANCIAL AND SPIRITUAL SEEDS BACK IN MARCH WITH OUR MEDITATION MADNESS EPISODES. SO NOW IT'S TIME TO SMELL THE ROSES AND TEND TO YOUR NEW GARDEN!!!! GET YOUR GREEN THUMBS UP AND PREPARE TO PICK THE BLOOMING BENEFITS YOUR BETTER....ELEVATED GARDEN!


     


    FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, WE'LL BE BLESSING YOU WITH TALKS, GUIDES AND ACTIVITIES THAT WILL ROCK YOUR DATING & MATING WORLDWORLD!


     


     


     Author & Relationship Revitalization Strategist Andre Blaylock will join us for this month zooming in on his new book: What's your D8 Number? Ladies and Men, single or not, need to tune in to assure you are upgrading your dating and mating gardens!


     


     


     


     


     


     


    Brand Strategist Consultant |Blogger & Online Activist, Valerie Denise Jones will put us up on Current Event Game as it relates to dating and relationships. So you and girls (and homeboys) need to tune in for sure tonight at 6:30pm on the VIBRATE AND ELEVATE NETWORK >> CLICK HERE OR CALL IN TO JOIN THE CONVO: 646.929.0300 

  • 00:31

    Why Does An Aesthetic Practice Need An HR Expert?

    in Health

    As more aesthetic physicians are realizing the need to run their practice like a business, they are seeing that they know very little about Labor Laws, Employee Handbooks and Employee Rights. Aesthetic Insider Radio is pleased to interview Michele Oliver a Human Resource expert with over 20 years of leadership experience.  Michele is a Solution Center Advisor at CEDR HR Solutions, the number one provider of customized Employee Handbooks and expert HR support for aesthetic medical offices, and also acts as the internal HR Manager for the company. She received her SPHR accreditation in 2009 and has acted as Vice President of Human Resources for a Fortune 100 company. She specializes in employee relations, strategic planning, and change management. To learn more about CEDR HR Solutions visit www.cedrsolutions.com.

  • 00:15

    Need New Customers? The BIGGER the Bait, the BIGGER the Fish! Bait Right!

    in Christianity

    If you want more or better customers you need something to attract them to your offer.


    "Bait your line for the fish you want to catch. The bigger the bait, the bigger the catch." Trudy Beerman


    If you are fishing for sharks, you don't throw a line near the shore with shrimp bait. You take a boat out deep and offer bigger fish as bait.  Know your audience then deliver an inviting offer.


    Let's take a look at Matthew 4:19 and see how this Bible verse is relevant business training for Christian entrepreneurs today.


    Matthew 4:19 “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.” (NIV)


    Dive in to this text with me.


     


     

  • 00:31

    Is American Food Safe For Consumers?

    in Current Events

     


    Foodborne illnesses kill roughly 5,000 people every year and sicken another 300,000 severely enough to require hospitalization, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many of the laws that shape the government's powers to respond to food threats date back to the early 1900s, spurring some to ask whether new regulations or a new agency focused exclusively on food safety is needed. Many people are surprised to learn that FDA cannot force product recalls or shut down facilities with violations. Graphic reports of unsanitary conditions at two egg production facilities involved in a nationwide salmonella outbreak were frightening. Salmonella enteritidis, can originate inside of an egg since the ovaries of a hen can be contaminated by the bacteria, passing the contaminant along to the whites and yoke of an egg as well as outside the shell. The birds themselves aren't sick and produce eggs that look clean. Rodents in food packaging and distribution facilities are the most common source of salmonella contamination.


    The Food and Drug Administration proposed early in April, 2016 to limit inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal, saying that this common starter food is a leading source of exposure to the toxin. Infants are particularly vulnerable to arsenic in rice because, relative to body weight, they eat about three times more rice than adults. It is known that arsenic exposure is related not only to diminished intellectual function early in life, but also to adverse pregnancy outcomes, such as stillbirth.


    A bill to update the nation's antiquated food safety regulatory powers has been passed by the House of Representatives and is awaiting Senate consideration. There is a “disconnect” between the different “watch-dog agencies” as illustrated by the lack of communication among officials who visited the egg facilities.