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  • 00:29

    The Confederate liberator

    in Politics Conservative

    Liberating the CSA one show at a time.

  • 00:29

    the Confederate Liberator

    in Politics Conservative

    Liberating the CSA one show at a time

  • 02:01

    Challenging the Rhetoric Special Series - Sickness of Silence PT 2

    in News

    Join childhood sexual abuse survivor, Cheri Roberts LIVE on Challenging the Rhetoric for PT 2 of a special monthly series, “Sickness of Silence” (#SOS). These 2-hour 'First Thursday' round-table discussions feature both male and female victims, leading experts across the country and sometimes, even the pedophiles themselves.


    This month's guest panelists: SOS Social media Manager and survivor, Sue Shugarts; Author and KidSafe Foundation educator, Andrea Clemens; Author and Cybercrime Forensic Child Porgraphy expert, Frederick Lane; Key-note Speaker and survivor, Michael Skinner, former legal assistant and survivor, Michelle Forbes and more. 


    Please join us in the BTR chatroom during the LIVE show or CALL-IN to participate @ (646) 787-1790 (all shows are archived after airing live).


    WEBSITES: 
    SOS Website -- TWITTER @CTRNewsFeed -- SOS Facebook 


     

  • 01:33

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1276

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Mary Beth Holzwarth from Gettysburg, South Dakota, an activist who was stunned to learn her two children were being abused by an uncle at ages 8 and 5. "I started researching and was blown away by how many children are sexually abused and how few ever receive that justice," she says. "I have to give the credit to my sons, however; it is their courage and their desire to not have another child experience this that keeps me going." Mary Beth and her family live in a remote area where counselors and other experts are few and far between. "Because of this challenge, I have worked hard to learn as much as possible about what my kids feel, how best to help them, best counseling methods, coping methods, and keep a strong relationship with my sons." She goes on, "Three years ago, through several connections, I joined force with several senators and professionals and survivors and we drafted Jolene's Law. Our law was passed unanimously and signed into effect, establishing a task force to study how our state (South Dakota) is handling CSA." But she was hardly done, as similar legislation was brought to other states (California is set to bring it forward this next session). "In addition to that, I organize local public awareness events and team up with law enforcement and domestic violence shelters to hold trainings." Mary Beth concludes, "I want to offer hope for others that there are more good days than bad days now, but as we all know, this will continue to affect them the rest of their lives."

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1275

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Angela Wright-Lacey, a California based Doctoral Student at Argosy University who's doing a research study on "Forgiveness: Pastoral Counseling, Women, Christian, and Jewish faith Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse." The study examines the correlation between pastoral counseling and forgiveness among Christian and Jewish faith women survivors of child sexual abuse (CSA) who are not undergoing any counseling or abuse at the time of the study. The surveys are be designed to measure volunteers responses to open-ended questions and level of forgiveness. An aspiring counselor, life coach and motivational speaker, Angela Wright provides inspiration to both men and women everywhere she goes, giving life strategies that can help individuals reach their goals and objectives. She says, "Gowing up in a faith-based home where believing in God (faith) and using the word of God as a direction in our lives has helped structure my belief and value system. I love and have a passion for hurting individuals especially people that were touched as a child." Angela wasn't sexually abused herself, but has family and friends that were. "I noticed that even in the church children were sexually abused. My experience in the church has been as a young people's leader and teacher. It is during those times I noticed young people struggling needing help." Angela became a mentor for at-risk teens, and later started a women's group where, she learned, many individuals had been abused. She's currently completing a graduate degree in Pastoral Community Counseling. "My dissertation topic addresses the issue of child sexual abuse. I am taking a closer look at my purpose which is to empower and help individuals transcend their pain into fulfilling their purpose."

  • 00:59

    Challenging the Rhetoric with Cheri Roberts - Show #12

    in News

    Join Cheri Roberts Wednesday, January 20th @6pm PST/9pm EST on Challenging the Rhetoric for a discussion on fake terror plots, fear and propaganda along with more on the so-called 'stand-off' in Oregon which looks much more like a government stand down. Special #TheGRILL guest is Project Censored's Nolan Higdon. Please join us in the BTR chatroom during the LIVE show or CALL-IN and participate @ (646) 787-1790 (all shows are archived after airing live).


    WEBSITES: 
    CTR Website -- SOS Website -- TWITTER @CTRNewsFeed -- @SOSRadioShow -- CTR Facebook -- SOS Facebook 


    This SHOW's HASHTAGS:
    #CTR - #TheGrill - #LOTW - #FakeTerror - #OregonStandoff


    No political endorsements. No corporate dollars. No hype. No lies. 


    Also, don't forget the new 2-hour round-table series, "Sickness of Silence" (#SOS) tackling the problem of child sexual abuse (CSA) every First Thursdays @5pm PST/8pm EDT. next is February 4th.. 

  • 01:59

    Rescued child survivors RADIO with your host ruby Guest Pamela Pine

    in News

    Rescued child survivors RADIO  with your host ruby.


    Todays guest Pamela Pine


    https://stopthesilence.org


    Child sexual abuse (CSA) is a silent epidemic that takes place throughout the United States and the world, creating social havoc for the children, adult survivors, and society. It can be prevented and it can be treated with a conscious and sustained effort; Stop the Silence helps provide that effort


    Ruby Achtar


    Breaking the silence of child trafficking


    Voice for the Voiceless


    A platform where victims and survivors of child sex slavery and rapes, are encouraged to break their silence, to put an end to the satanic rituals in public service


    Victims do not have any voice, fair justice system, remedy, rehabilitation or compensation system.


    This platform gives all victims a voice, empowerment and practical referrals to improve public services.


    Ruby Akhtar has helped rescue thousands of child brides all over the world, trafficked through embassies and airports with fake age on passports and used in child prostitution in the UK and globally.  


    Now she is doing a Criminal Law degree to catch up with her education lost through the child marriage at age 12 to an English paedophile living in Ireland, Bangor, age 34, so she can change the laws to stop the trafficking of humans.


    Ruby and her siblings were abused in St Mary's Catholic convent school in Pakistan, from where she was trafficked.


    Dr Ramona is a victim of Sharia Law bigamy in the UK.  She was married to a man in the UK

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1270

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Tara Walker Lyons from Montana an abuse survivor who's now an advocate for the prevention of Childhood Sexual Abuse. "As a result of making my story public, I have since become a speaker about this issue, traveling the State of Montana to share my platform and information on addressing CSA," Tara resides in Hamilton, Montana, on the family's cattle ranch. Born on the Blackfeet Reservation, she is a young Pikuni Blackfeet woman who is using her outspoken voice and adverse childhood experiences to advocate for the awareness and prevention of childhood sexual abuse. Her presentations describe the complexities of childhood sexual abuse, the dark aftermath that unfolds in the life of a victim and demonstrates the victory that is shared when justice, understanding and healing has begun. Tara hopes to prompt legislative changes to address the need for education on the issue within our schools. She has been published in many newspapers for her efforts and her momentum keeps growing. She was nominated for the 2015 Ravalli County Courage Award and continues to speak for the Montana Department of Corrections. She graduated from Beaverhead County High School in Dillon and went on to attend college at the University of Alaska Anchorage. She is an avid horsewoman and a rider for the 2015 State Champions: The Bitterroot Mountettes Equestrian Drill Team. Tara explains, "Back in July, I posted a status about an issue that affects 1/10 children before the age of 18: Childhood Sexual Assault." Then she "outted" a local pedophile which rallied to her the support of many others. It was a result of making her story public that she since become a speaker about this issue.

  • 01:32

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1268

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Leslie Jordan Clary from Reno Nevada, a survivor and writer who's produced numerous pieces on childhood sexual abuse (CSA) and is planning a book on childhood trauma. "I don't want it to be just about my own experiences," she says. "I want to focus more on empowerment and practical coping strategies than the abuse." But it's obvious Leslie will have plenty in her own background to pull from. "I was sexually abused by my paternal grandfather until I was seven, when he dropped dead of a heart attack." She says she's come to understand this as something she's very grateful for. "I believe this abuse is at the core of many of my struggles. I kept silent, and in fact suppressed the memory until I was in my mid 20s when watching my son grow began triggering memories." It caused her to look at her own life differently. "I began to do a lot of work at that time, mainly writing workshops with Ellen Bass and Laura Davis in Santa Cruz. Then in my early 30s I got married, had another child and basically pushed the abuse to the back of my life again." Her marriage wasn't a safe place to deal with such issues. For years she dealt with PTSD but didn't realize what was going on. "After my sons were grown I divorced and now in my 50s found the abuse coming to the forefront of my life again. For the past several years I've been writing a lot about it, and have begun working on a book about healing." Leslie says she recently realized she needs to share other survivors' stories. "Of course, I would never use any actual stories without first talking to the person," she says, adding she'd be willing to change a person's name, "if necessary."

  • 01:00

    Challenging the Rhetoric with Cheri Roberts - Show #11

    in News

    Join Cheri Roberts and special guest, DC National Security Attorney, Mark Zaid on #TheGRILL Wednesday, January 6th @6pm PST/9pm EST on Challenging the Rhetoric for an engaging discussion on the so-called 'stand-off' in Oregon, domestic terrorism, the Constitution and the law and of course ... propaganda. Please call-in or join us in the chatroom during the LIVE show. CALL-IN TO THE LIVE SHOW @ (646) 787-1790


    WEBSITES: 
    CTR Website -- SOS Website -- TWITTER @CTRNewsFeed -- @SOSRadioShow -- CTR Facebook -- SOS Facebook


    This SHOW's HASHTAGS:
    #CTR - #TheGrill - #LOTW - #SOS - #OregonStandoff


    No political endorsements. No corporate dollars. No hype. No lies. 


    Also, don't forget the new 2-hour round-table series, "Sickness of Silence" (#SOS) tackling the problem of child sexual abuse (CSA) every First Thursdays @5pm PST/8pm EDT. next is February 4th.. 

  • 02:07

    New Years Eve on AskTheTrucker 'Live' – 2015 Trucker Highlights and 2016 Goals

    in Current Events

    New Years Eve on AskTheTrucker 'Live' – 2015 Trucker Highlights and 2016 Goals with guest and Co-Host Pat Hockaday of TruckersUnited.org


    Thursday Dec 31st 2015 6PM ET  347-826-9170

    Join the excitement this New Years Eve as we countdown the 2015 Highlights and Feature 2016 concerns and goals for the Professional CDL driver.

    2015 Highlights- the Transportation Bill was passed!  Among a long list of inclusions were: CSA reform, drug testing reform, detention time study, and an insurance rule study. 



    Not included in the bill: No under 21 year old interstate truckers, or bigger/ heavier trucks, no Carrier Hiring Standards, the strike down of the Denham Amendment, which could have negatively affected CMV drivers wages.

    One of the most controversial episodes for 2015 was the Tracey Morgan crash, which received national publicity and opened up a can of worms for many carriers and drivers, revealing clever attempts at manipulating trucking HOS.  One of the biggest victories for drivers was Kenny Capell’s victory for the Obstruction of Justice “Right to Sleep” court case, led by SBTC chairman James Lamb.

    The National Truck Parking Coalition was formed and has continued the task of addressing the 30 year old problem of truck parking shortages.  FMCSA was busy also this 2015 as The ELD rule has become final, as was the  Driver Coercion Rule.
    Let’s not forget “the Right to Carry”, ’Mike Law’ for CDL drivers, which would grant a national gun permit.


    As we move forward into 2016, there remain vital issues for drivers.  Wages, HOS, Truck Parking, and ELD’s still remain high on the list of concerns.

    Share YOUR TOP concerns as we enter 2016 and be a part of the entry for the free FalconEye Dashcam