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Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss with Dawn Chako her latest book America's Discarded Dog: The Pit Bull. G.P. Juarez from the American Preservation Dog Registry will talk about Pasadena's proposed bill for mandatory spay neuter of pit bulls. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL
Deirdre Franklin from Pinups for Pitbulls
Dog Training with Yvette Van Veen
Chat with Denise Yeakey
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We will be dicussing interviews from Americans of all ethnic backgrounds and ways of life on their thoughts and opinion on illegal immigration and the real results -
We will also discuss THE DISCARDED
the ICE release of 2,000+ IA's has also impacted homeless shelters, many of which house homeless veterans. (http://www.discardeddocumentary.com/ America has long been the ultimate disposable society...that which we no longer have a use for, we simply throw away. So it is with the homeless.
Our country faces a disturbing and sobering choice: do we recognize and deal with this growing problem or continue doing our collective best to ignore it. In choosing the topic of their next project, Stan Wald and Jerry Misner, producer and director of the acclaimed feature film “Southern Exposure” selected the broad issue of homelessness in America coupled with the more narrow plight of homeless veterans.
There are more than 1.6 million homeless citizens in the U.S. Of that number as many as 200,000 homeless vets are sleeping in alleys and under bridges. On any given day, a third of the people in homeless shelters are members of households with children, which represents an increase of 9% over the previous year, with casualties of the foreclosure crisis pushing numbers even higher. The economic situation of most Americans is increasingly fragile. In one of our early interviews for the film, a Tucson Police Officer put it succinctly: “We're all just one bad decision away from being right where they are, and if you think you're not, you're a pious SOB.”
While many believe that homelessness is simply a temporary condition that can be cured with money and care, others think it is what it is and the problem will always be with us. “Discarded” investigates the complexities and ambiguities of this socially polarizing issue.
In today’s show, Carole (with Jane’s encouragement) will be talking about using your Designing Sacred Space Journal/workbook to focus on, grow & develop 4 basic spiritual qualities. This focused way of looking at your daily happenings, possibilities and choices, is a powerful tool to use as we begin discerning what aspects of our lives need to be amplified, which ones need to be blessed and discarded, which divine actualities are to be grown toward, as we step farther and farther into an ever-more sacred life. So, find a quiet time, a setting that is conducive to a “time out for a Time IN”, have your Sacred Space Notebook and materials at hand, and join us as we explore some new ways to approach inner and outer world design.
So when you see discarded furniture and somewhat useful items on the side-of-the-road, how do you know if they're worth repurposing?
We're asking Gail Wilson, upcycling expert and host of My Repurposed Life how she decides.
Gail is a DIY maven! She loves to renovate and improve her home. When she's not doing things around the house and yard, she's busy in the shop building, and repurposing old unwanted furniture. With more than 380,000+ likes on Facebook, Gail has a strong community of other creative upcyclers sharing their tips and projects every day.
"I DIY, do you? I'll show you how to DIY on the cheap, and transform thrift store and curb finds." -- Gail, My Repurposed Life?
Have you ever wanted to make your own altered book? Or altered scrapbook? Do you have a passion for wanting to re-use some of those wasted and discarded items you see and use everyday?
Join Us today as we talk with Mahe Zehra who does just that. She create the most amazing Altered Fantasys, with several ebooks available she is showing the world that you can be crafty and aware.
Mahe is a trained Mathematician but mixed media artist my nature. She loves green crafting by using the materials around her and sees the beauty in what others find disposable. She loves use of recycled materials in her work. You will see her using everything from soda cans, plastic packaging, fabric scraps, old and magazines, boxes, tins and toilet paper rolls.
She loves to see things in a different light and is an avid altered artist who is constantly looking for ways to upcycle all the trash around her in an attempt to make the world greener one small craft project at a time. Join us aw we talk about her upcycling adventures.
Learn More About Mahe Here: http://icreateflix.com/view_profile.php?ID=3150#.U8kbZ16mzRo
On this Episode Host Peter Lamont talks to Steven Darnell, CEO of Welderup & star of Discovery's Vegas Rat Rods, about success through hard work and outside-the-box thinking. Plus, the importance of managing and motivating your team.
In each episode of VEGAS RAT RODS, Darnell brings his creativity and imagination to the next level as a different vehicle is born that represents the person it is being made for. From a shotgun gearshift, and mason jar taillights, to death row electric chair car seats and horseshoe gas peddles – each rat rod is equal parts discarded treasure, high-tech performance parts, and wild imagination.
Join us for our weekly discussion of recent court cases, pending legislation, current legal topics and their impact on consumers, businesses owners and everyone in between. The show is hosted by New Jersey business and personal law attorney Peter J. Lamont.
We encourage listeners to call in with their legal questions about the topics being discussed. To speak with us off the air, please dial (973) 949-3770.
This weekly program is a service of the Law Offices of Peter J. Lamont. The firm has offices located in NJ, NY, CO and PR. The firm serves both business and personal law clients in a variety of matters.
For more informaiton about Understanding the Law Radio please visit www.utlRadio.com
For more information about the firm please visit www.peterlamontesq.com.
There is nothing that a man can't do. Click here and see the works of a hammer in the hands of a man. The hammer is a tool. A most valuable tool. The value depends on the task at hand. You can get what you want our of life. As the hammer has many uses, same is true for man. As one hammer can tackel and complete many projects, same is true for man. As an additional tool makes the job of the hammer better, faster, and safer, same is true for man. For these reasons and many more reasons, my show logo is "the hammer". Whether one is building or demolishing, the hammer can and should be put to good use and then price for the usage should be determined by task at hand.
Tonight our incredible special guest is: Suzanne Pontow, PhD, is a cell biologist focusing her research on neonatal stem cells at the Institute for Regenerative Cures within the UC Davis Health System in Sacramento. Dr. Pontow received her BS in General Sciences from University of Iowa in 1985, and her PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology from Washington University School of Medicine in 1995. After 11 years studying how HIV infects cells, Dr. Pontow joined the laboratory of Jan Nolta, PhD, Director of the Institute for Regenerative Cures. The move to UC Davis allowed Dr. Pontow to pursue an interest in the remarkable stem cells that are routinely discarded with the placenta and umbilical cord following birth. In 2010, Dr. Pontow and Jon Walker, CLS were named Co-directors of the Umbilical Cord Blood Collection Program for the state of California, which is administered from the UC Davis Health System
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, and there are more that go unsung than those who become household names.
Courageous acts can happen in the most unlikely moments through the most unlikely people. If you never thought you could be one of those people, you might want to think again after hearing our guest today. He's Philip Cameron, author of the new book, They Call Me Dad: How God Uses the Unlikely to Save the Discarded, and founder of the non-profit orginization, Stella's Voice.
Tune in to hear how his life changed forever after a trip to help with the basic needs of orphans in Eastern Europe morphed into an ongoing mission to save innocent girls from the ravages of human trafficking. It's a gripping story you just can't miss!
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