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  • Dark Side? Exploring Theistic Satanism with Dr. Tom Erik Raspotnik

    in Entertainment

    THIS Friday, July 31 @ 9PM EST: Join host, Krystal Madison-Corvin and special guest Dr. Tom Erik Raspotnik, a controversial figure in the Satanic Community, as they discuss Theistic Satanism from his point of view, as well as what Satanism is and is not.  Once a Church of Satan member, he founded the Worldwide Order of Satanists in 1989, and had an actual church dedicated to Satan in Dearborn, MI. He then founded Temples of Satan 2000 in Dallas Texas and Detroit MI, which are both still active today, with over 100 off -line members. Tom holds a PHD in Religious Theology, owns a small delivery company and co-owns a jewelry outlet store and factory with wife, Cindy Raspotnik. Together, they also operate the Temple of the Ancient Dragon.

  • 01:10

    Step Out of Your Story by Kim Schneiderman, Find Happiness Now by Jonathan Robinson, Adventure Into

    in Business

    Kim Schneiderman, LCSW, MSW, is the author of Step Out of Your Story. She counsels in private practice and teaches as a professor and guest lecturer at venues including New York University. She also writes a biweekly advice column for Metro Newspapers and blogs for Psychology Today


    Jonathan Robinson  renowned psychotherapist, keynote speaker, author and personal productivity expert, has reached over 300 million people worldwide with his presentations, media appearances, books and tapes. His engaging manner and useful motivational techniques have made him a frequent guest on Oprah and CNN. He is the author of several books including the New York Times bestsellers Shortcuts to Success, The Little Book of Big Questions and Communication Miracles for Couples. Jonathan Robinson is also a frequent guest and contributor to The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Today show, CNN, CNBC and numerous radio shows. His work has been featured in Newsweek, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times


    Art Mortell Dearborn published Art's book World Class Selling while McGraw Hill published The Courage to Fail.  His most recent book is entitled An Adventure into your mind.  He have given over 800 hundred presentations for Morgan Stanley, six hundred for IBM, four hundred for Coldwell Banker, three hundred for Merrill Luynch and one hundred for Wells Fargo, with sessions in Australia, The Bahamas, Canada, England, France, Jamaica, Mexico, Singapore and Spain.  In the last three weeks he have given ninety minute leadership training programs for Wells Fargo, Banc of California and Raymond James

  • 01:12

    Bert Martinez speaks with Warren Redlich, Mike Mullane, Art Mortell

    in Business

    Mike Mullane was commissioned in the United States Air Force.  As a Weapon Systems Operator aboard Phantom aircraft, he completed 134 combat missions in Vietnam.  Mullane was selected as a Mission Specialist in 1978 in the first group of Space Shuttle Astronauts.  He completed three space missions aboard the Shuttles “Discovery” and “Atlantis” before retiring from NASA and the Air Force in 1990. Mullane is the author of several books, including his uniquely entertaining memoir, Riding Rockets, The Outrageous Tales of a Space Shuttle Astronaut


    Art Mortell Dearborn published Art's book World Class Selling while McGraw Hill published The Courage to Fail.  His most recent book is entitled An Adventure into your mind.  He have given over 800 hundred presentations for Morgan Stanley, six hundred for IBM, four hundred for Coldwell Banker, three hundred for Merrill Luynch and one hundred for Wells Fargo, with sessions in Australia, The Bahamas, Canada, England, France, Jamaica, Mexico, Singapore and Spain.  In the last three weeks he have given ninety minute leadership training programs for Wells Fargo, Banc of California and Raymond James


    Warren Redlich is a criminal defense lawyer who has handled hundreds of drunk driving cases. He is the author of Fair DUI: Stay Safe and Sane in a World Gone MADD. He's also illiterate in four languages

  • 00:58

    CANCERCON SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT

    in Health

    4/13/2015 —In this episode, we talk with Emily Drake (Health promotion specialist, Cancer Fight Club) and Nick Iannario ( Assistant professor of health communication at the University of Michigan-Dearborn) as we highlight some of our CancerCon speakers and presenters in preparation for the inaugural CancerCon, which will take place in Denver. Survivor Spotlight on CancerCon Speaker Ethan Zohn and Lisa Heywood.

  • 01:29

    Rose Colombo N The Justice Club/4/20/2015/ Al Lemmo, Pro-life vs. Pro-Choice

    in Current Events

    Listen Live, Rose Colombo's prominent guest, Al Lemmo, a retied U.S. Civilian Engineer with a Degree in Biology, served on a Chapter of the Right-to-Life Board in Metro-Detroit and led the campaign in his city of Dearborn for the 1988 Statewide referendum to end taxpayer funded abortions.  Mr. Lemmo shares his expertise on the controversial topic of Pro-Choice and Pro-Life on  Rose Colombo N The Justice Club live every MWF, 9am-10:30am pst and 12p-1:30p estusa - Bookmark - Follow, Share - Rose Colombo provides indepth information on social and political injustices, justice, and isses of the day that affect our lives. All shows archived at Freedomizer Radio and Special Guest Shows archived at Rose4Justice Blogs and Radio Shows at www.rose4justice.com

  • 00:29

    Party Down In Redneck Town With JT Hollis and ITNS Radio!!!

    in Music

    JT Hollis - Lead Singer: A U.S. Army combat veteran, now following his dream. JT has been singing since he was a child, and all through life. While stationed in Germany, he was the lead singer of his unit's rock band, but never had the chance to play out, as two of his bandmates transfered before the first show.


    ,,,Proudly joined and served in the US Army a total of 8 years, his time in the military included serving on the front lines during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, with the 3rd Inf. Div. During his time in Germany (87-91), JT was the lead singer of a unit rock band, but the band was disbanded with the closing of his unit after the war. Music was put on the back burner, and the concentration went to his family, and raising his children.


    ...Several years ago, the fire and passion of singing/songwriting returned with a vengence, and he was back at it again. Over the years, he has reached several milestones, such as 2 time Regional Finalist for the Colgate Country Showdown, Regional Finalist for the National Bowling Karaoke Challenge. His song "Me and You, And the Red, White and Blue" reached #2 on the Independent Music Network Country Charts, as well as won the Michigan Vet Fest Theme Song Contest, which put him onstage in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. He was also the opening act for the Peru AMVETS Open House in Peru, Indiana. "Keep Pushing On", a memorial song for his nephew, reached #4 on Independent Music Network Charts also.

  • 01:01

    Join me today @ Noon for the Indie Music Spin, Music News & some High Time.

    in Entertainment

    Join me, Dax Dish  this St Patties Day weekend and let's  kick your weekend into full gear with the best in Indie music locally and around the globe.  Our music line up includes; Joseph Konty, We R Charm, J Carey, Caramel Carmela, Justin Dearborn, Tora Woloshin, Highline, Bass Physics, The Como Brothers Band, Sly Tha Deuce and Low Viscosity.  Showtime starts today @ Noon (MST) 

  • 03:37

    We Hope Dream & Believe. America we must save Inkster, Michigan

    in Social Networking

    Why must we save Inkster,Michigan? Because what is happening to Inkster, Michigan is part of all small town America. We must save the small town America.


    The Motown era group The Marvelettes was formed by two women from Inkster: Gladys Horton and Georgia Dobbins. The group's "Please Mr. Postman" went number one.


    During the 1950s, Inkster was the home of Malcolm X, revolutionary leader.
    It has been the home of Don Barden, the only African American owner of a gaming hotel in Las Vegas.
    It is the birthplace of former Oakland Raiders running back, Tyrone Wheatley.
    It was the home of Earl Jones (athlete), 1984 Olympic bronze medalist in the 800 meters.
    It is the birthplace of former Arkansas State University football standout, Joseph Fears.


    Population (year 2000): 30,115. Estimated population in July 2006: 28,443 (-5.6% change)


    Males: 14,369 (47.7%)
    Females: 15,746 (52.3%)


    Wayne County


    Median resident age: 31.8 years
    Michigan median age: 35.5 years


    Zip codes: 48141


    Land area: 6.26 square miles. Population density: 4593 people per square mile (average).


    Nearest city with pop. 50,000+: Dearborn Heights, MI (2.2 miles, pop. 58,264).


    Nearest city with pop. 200,000+: Detroit, MI (15.9 miles, pop. 951,270).


    Nearest city with pop. 1,000,000+: Chicago, IL (301.5 miles, pop. 2,896,016).


    Nearest cities: Dearborn Heights, MI (2.2 miles), Garden City, MI (2.7 miles), Westland, MI (4.5 miles), Wayne, MI (4.5 miles), Taylor, MI (5.4 miles), Romulus, MI (5.7 miles), Dearborn, MI (6.9 miles), Redford, MI (7.2 miles).


    Full-time Law Enforcement Employees in 2006: 67 (57 officers).
    Officers per 1,000 residents here: 1.98

  • 01:01

    American Muslims Stone Christians in Dearborn, MI

    in Politics Conservative

    While I planned on doing a 2nd Amendment attack episode, reflecting the recent attempts to suppress or extinguish the 2nd amendment, and the successes the Pro 2nd Amendment folks have achieved, I was sent a video, and my course was changed.Tonight we are going to talk about fear. We are going to talk about what effect it has on masses, and the results. We are going to talk about real life. What's happening right now, in our own United States of America. Tune in - 

  • 00:15

    In Dearborn Hgts, MI, We shoot our women asking for help

    in Current Events

    MEMPHIS TN (IFS) --  I hope that the home owner feels a little safer these days after shooting an unarmed teenaged girl asking for help after a car accident.  I call him a responsible citizen.  NOT!  

  • 02:00

    "BOYCOTTS & LOVE"

    in Entertainment

    The fourth episode of The Boiler Room has much in store. We will be discussing Chaldean patronage in regards to Dearborn businesses during the homeland crisis and beyond. Also, Chaldeans and and the rise of divorce within the community.