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Austin Barbour of Cochran campaign started the conference call, after a few minutes of talking about working with McDaniel volunteers in the Hinds County(Jackson) courthouse reviewing ballots The call then continued as various people engaged about whether the man who interrupted the call was a Cochran plant or “maybe Obama” . Then a caller referred to African American voter as "cotton pickers for Cochran, They darkly noted that whoever asked the question “wasn’t doing McDaniel no favors” and suggested that it was part of a plot to get the national media to say that McDaniel supporters think African Americans are “cotton-pickers.” Another woman on the call was confused about the harvesting cotton reference, after all she was a 36-year-old white female who had harvested cotton too. The Daily Beast
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She was born in Dayton, Ohio when she found out she love writing when she was young when she had no one to talk to she would get her journal out and write letters to God. Became a mom at a young age and being abused by a man she wanted so one to hear her story. Later on she discovered her daughter had cerebral palsy and she was determined to talk to people about being in a domestic relationship. Jasmine had two more kids and got married but things didn’t work out as she was plain so she discovered that she needed the world to know that there someone out there that’s hurting and going through struggles but they have no one to talk to. Through her character’s you feel the pain and know someone that’s going through the same thing, So Hear Her Out. Hoping they she can change a man view on women, young girl that’s going through pain with no one to talk to or mother that pays no attention to their girls she has a passion for helping people.
What’s holding you back? Patti Cotton discusses fears that cause us to “play it small.”Listen to her full interview tomorrow morning!
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Victoria Mather, travel editor for Vanity Fair, joins Greenberg at the historic Hotel Le Bristiol. Mather explains how laundry plays a role in a hotel achieving "Palace Hotel" status. They also discuss Le Bristol's prime location and what makes it such a special hotel. The staff of Le Bristol go above and beyond, helping to create the "magic of travel."
Then, they talk about the make-over Le Bristol has recently gotten, including a new bar with impressive panelling. All this and more when the Vanity Fair editor joins Peter Greenberg this week in the City of Lights.
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WESTERN WRITING: THE LITERATURE OF AMERICA’S SOUL AUGUST 7, 2014 - AUGUST 28, 2014
August 14, 2014
This Week's Theme: Texas Rangers in Legend and Story
Interview Guests: Larry D. Sweazy, two-time winner of the Western Writers of America Spur award and author of “Vengeance at Sundown” and Cotton Smith, Western historian, artist, horseman and the author of dozens of western novels, including one of my favorites "Brothers of the Gun."
This week's Message: The “Western” is a genre of various arts, such as film, television, radio, literature, painting and others. When most of us think about Western literature, we think of writers devoted to telling stories set primarily in the late 19th century in the American Old West, hence the name. However, in today’s world of literature, the name “Western” can be misleading to some. Western literature is about yesterday, today and tomorrow. Western literature has many genres, including Fiction, Nonfiction, Juvenile, Juvenile Nonfiction, Poetry and even Music.
Throughout the month of August, Life Changing Talk Radio has teamed with the Western Writers of America, Inc. (WWA) to produce and broadcast four very special episodes. Each episode will include interviews with members of the WWA and will address several interesting and enlightening aspects of contemporary Western literature.
Western Writers of America, Inc., was founded in 1953 to promote the literature of the American West and bestow Spur Awards for distinguished writing in the Western field. Today the organization has over 650 members who write everything from mainstream fiction to local history.
The Wild Pea. Boy, that's an interesting image, isn't it? The pea is a chick pea, the stuff that hummus is made of. It's wild because there are no limits to what kinds of flavors they'll develop. Founder and owner Blake Wollman thought, "Why can't you make chocolate hummus? Or Bloody Mary? How about cotton candy…? Chocolate? Why not!
He owned The Desert Cafe in Mt. Washington in Baltimore, for over twelve years. By the time he sold the restaurant in May of this year, he had been doing almost all of the cooking and all of the desserts. He started The Blakery – and is that a clever name or what? – to promote his desserts.
His tenure with the restaurant got him interested in hummus, a staple of middle-eastern cuisine. After trying hundreds of flavor combination, he's settled on eight that are always in the lineup, with others - like mojito and carrot cake - rotating in and out.
He's going to talk with us about how this all got started. He's got excellent marketing skills and we'll talk a lot about that. This show promises to be very valuable for all entrepreneurs who are looking to grown their business.
We're back in the Wine Cellar with Phenie The Uppity Negress and Father Teresa, The Greatest Black Atheist.
Considering that we have no cotton to pick, we'll just have to sit around shiftless and podcasting.
We'll be rebutting some rhetoric about the ography film industry.
I'll be throwing in a quick thought I had on differentiating feminism and womanism.
This is the democracy of ideas, so we'll take topic suggestions.
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Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
Ernest is joined by his bevy of beauties, including Ms. Teri, and Momo B., to talk about a few things. First up, Toni Braxton recently said her son as autism because God punished her for having an abortion in the past. We think that's bull, but what do you think?
Also, workers at a cotton gin in Tennessee are complaining about the owners being racist (it's pretty bad). Ms. Teri leads the conversation on this one.
Also, no listening lounge tonight, but we do have NPR news at the top of both hours, weather.com 3-day forecast at the top of the 2nd hour, and great music from Toni Braxton throughout the show. The phones will be open at 1.347.989.1942.
What does it Profit a man to Lead the whole world and walk away with those hating him? Picking Cotton, or Leading a Nation requires dedicated spirit. President Obama is just suchj a man whether doing something small or large. he is special in the nation of special people. Follow us today to hear insight on who our President Is!!!
Black Inventors, Crafting Over 200 Years of Success, highlights the work of Black inventors from over seventy countries. The author, Keith C. Holmes, has spent more than twenty years researching Black inventors around the world. Without inventions, innovations, financial resources, materials, muscle and labor saving devices, civilizations cannot exist and flourish. Author Keith Holmes will dispel myth and outright falsehood about the contribution that the Black race has made in inventions around the world.
My first guest for this week show will be Mr. Chip Coffey. Mr. Coffey is The Director of Theraphy Services for St luke's Behavioral Health in Phoenix, Arizona. I will be speaking with Mr. Coffey about the impact of mental illness on our society. Please listen into the show and participate
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VividLife Radio's Kristen White welcomes Dr Michael Cotton, leading authority in personal and cultural transformation, to discuss Higher Brain Living With more than thirty years as a leading authority in personal and cultural transformation, Dr. Michael Cotton, is a leading Evolutionary Theorist and the Founder of Higher Brain Living®. Cotton has facilitated more than 75,000 healing or personal growth sessions and has led Higher Brain Living® retreats around the world. He has a Doctoral degree in Chiropractic, and is the Creator of the revolutionary Higher Brain Living® Technique, which helps shift a surge of energy into the prefrontal cortex, awakening human potential, for a lifetime of lasting joy, purpose and potential.Cotton has owned and operated six AWAKEN Higher Brain Living™ centers with over 30 more centers slated to be opened by new HBL Facilitators this year. He has created and developed the Higher Brain Living® System for personal and cultural transformation. http://higherbrainliving.com/ vividlife.me