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Author John C Wright will join host Declan Finn to discuss his latest fantasy novel, "Iron Chamber of Memory. With luck we might get him to talk about the Hugos, Sad Puppies, or maybe even a little bit about Rad Puppies. Just a thought.
John C. Wright is a retired attorney, newspaperman and newspaper editor, who was only once on the lam and forced to hide from the police who did not admire his newspaper.
In 1984, Graduated from St. John's College in Annapolis, home of the "Great Books" program. In 1987, he graduated from the College and William and Mary's Law School (going from the third oldest to the second oldest school in continuous use in the United States), and was admitted to the practice of law in three jurisdictions (New York, May 1989; Maryland December 1990; DC January 1994). His law practice was unsuccessful enough to drive him into bankruptcy soon thereafter. His stint as a newspaperman for the St. Mary's Today was more rewarding spiritually, but, alas, also a failure financially. He presently works (successfully) as a writer in Virginia, where he lives in fairy-tale-like happiness with his wife, the authoress L. Jagi Lamplighter, and their four children: Pingping, Orville, Wilbur, and Just Wright.
Talk Jamaica comes your way today at 4pm with In Perspective and The Week That Was.
Then at : 4:45, environmentalist Peter Espeut reacts to calls for a ban on Styrofoam and plastics by by government Senator Matthew Samuda.
At 5 p.m., The government explores ways to reintroduce hanging. State Minister in Ministry of National Security Pearnel Charles Jnr and Attorney at law Kenyatta Powell will join us for that discussion.
In our feature segment - Talk Vault, at 5:35, we meet Youth Advocate Shaquille Ramsay.
Talk Jamaica comes your way live at 4pm
Join UIF founder Tim Ray as he and international author David Chatfield discuss breaking the code to happiness and his new book TAKING CONTROL: Cracking the Code to Happiness on the UI Radio Network.
David Blake Chatfield began his career as an attorney and manager, representing global companies, music artists and producers, motion picture and television writers, producers, actors, and editors. During his career he has twice served as the president of his local bar association, been elected to public office where he served two terms as a councilman, and has been a senior executive in both public and privately held companies, including a nationally distributed record company and a music and video production and publishing company. He currently has his own law practice where he serves as General Counsel in several diverse companies, is the managing partner of The United Music Group, a partner in C & A Management, and owns Chatfield Entertainment. Over the past few years, he has been on international panels and roundtables as far away as Liverpool's Sound City Music Conference and Festival and as close as North Hollywood's IES Music Summit, as well as two years of guest lecturing to music business classes at Universities. Chatfield also currently serves on the boards of two charities and is a recent graduate of the YouTube Space Build Your Channel workshops.
Create, track and Manifest your passions. at unitedintentions.org
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Join Phoebe and Joe as they discuss the new additions to the Seahawks family.
This show is dedicated to many of us, who feel NAKED when we stand before a judge. Would it surprise you to know that you should actually be able to resolve many court issues on your own and that you're actually WORSE OFF for hiring an attorney to represent you? Tonight we'll tell you many surprising reasons why the legal system is actually designed to FLEECE people who walk into Court feeling insecure.
In addition to facilitating tremendous unnecessary delays, when we put money into a corrupt system, we endanger the lives of innocent people who may NOT EVEN KNOW they're involved. Here is an example of innocent bystanders killed during a corrupt father's attempt to buy his son's love and loyalty in a protracted custody battle where the goal was to destroy Mom:
The goal of a family court procedure should NEVER be to destroy Mom. Yet, children are intentionally removed from stay-at-home Moms already struggling financially, with the sole intention of reducing or eliminating her benefits! Who was it that gave up her career to raise the kids? Not Dad! Let the gender wars begin.
The horror stories you will hear tonight are surprisingly common all over the United States, and three people I already KNOW will be calling in reflect Americans from far and wide, who have been through corruption in family courts, preventing them from obtaining their Due Process.
When Bae’s a BOSS, one must walk, talk, and most importantly act like a boss. Mayhem was the man with the plan, ruling the streets with an iron fist as founder of The Godfrey Brothers, a drug cartel that he started with the help of his brothers Maleek and Ramsey. Mayhem didn’t expect complications to rise, but when they did, he was prepared to take the fall knowing that his brothers were capable of holding it down until he was free again. Upon his release, Mayhem returned home to his wife who he no longer loved. Macy didn’t hold him down like she promised to do before Mayhem turned himself in. Mayhem doesn’t want anything else to do with her, but is too busy to sign the divorce papers.One night while in the trenches, he runs into a troubled yet alluring young woman who ran the streets and climbed the pole of many men by the name of Tiny. Opposites definitely attract in this new series by author Lucinda John.Mayhem finds himself in love with the young gal, but she needs some molding. Tiny is the product of a broken home and in desperate need of home training.Mayhem’s wife realizes that she is losing her husband and becomes desperate to keep her ring and her perfect life. She begins to dig up every skeleton in Tiny’s life in hopes to lead him away from her captivity.
oin the conversation today as Ayisa Kennedy tells her recent story about how she was denied health care services after disclosing her status. Can something be done about this? Katheryn Hanson an Executive director and attorney from Center For HIV Law and Policy based out of New York will let us know our rights dealing with HIV discrimination and what Ayisa can do. Click the link for details about today's show. Call in with your questions it will be a great show.
National Reentry Week: An Essential Part of Our Mission
March 21, 2016
Courtesy of Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch
o encourage and highlight this important work, the Justice Department is designating the week of April 24-30, 2016,
Under the Obama Administration, the Department of Justice has taken major steps to make our criminal justice system more fair, more efficient, and more effective at reducing recidivism and helping formerly incarcerated individuals contribute to their communities. An important part of that task is preparing those who have paid their debt to society for substantive opportunities beyond the prison gates, and addressing obstacles to successful reentry that too many returning citizens encounter.
HOUSE OF DREAMS IS A REALITY CHECK FOR REENTRY
Addressing the challenges that formerly incarcerated individuals experience is a vital and pressing task. Each year, more than 600,000 individuals return to our neighborhoods after serving time in federal and state prisons, and another 11.4 million individuals cycle through local jails.
Welcome to the Rule Scroggins Family Law podcast series. This program features Texas Board Certified family law attorneys Keeli Rule and Mark Scroggins who share information about issues affecting Texas families in divorce and family law.
Temporary Orders Hearings in Texas Divorce and Family Law with Mark Scroggins:
The purpose of the Temporary Orders hearing and subject matter decided;
Priorities in preparing for a Temporary Orders hearing, making advance agreements;
What to expect in court, what procedures are involved in a Temporary Orders hearing;
Do not anger the judge and the process, what not to do in a Temporary Orders hearing;
What to do if temporary orders of the court are not being followed by the other party.
Board certified in family law, Mark L. Scroggins (214) 578-0941, is an aggressive and experienced trial attorney with a sound understanding of business matters that serves him well in family law. An accomplished speaker and author, Mr. Scroggins has practiced family law throughout the state of Texas for over 20 years. He has written about family law matters for Texas Lawyer and numerous other periodicals and has spoken about litigation technology before numerous organizations and corporate clients. Mark Scroggins has a unique background in cutting-edge litigation technology, utilized by the entire Firm to increase the benefit to its litigation clients.
In the Grown Zone we teach what it means to make healthy, Grown decisions (not merely the adult choices you have the right to make, whether or not they are to your advantage). This includes challenging self-destructive beliefs about how to create and sustain healty relationships, including marriages. This edition of Grown Zone Radio explains why such relationship education is key to protecting your business, career and finances. If your wealth, influence, visibility and status are on the rise, you are particularly vulnerable to making poor relationship choices. We discuss three ways smart business people put their success and wealth at risk in relationships:
You attract and choose potential relationship partners based on what you have, not who you are.
You attract and are attracted to adult dependents who drain, but can't replenish, you and your resources.
You believe that you are too smart, popular, influential and otherwise successful to be exploited.
Check out this edition of Grown Zone Radio to learn why excellent relationships don't happen by chance, but choice. Commit to your relationship education NOW by choosing 21 Days of Grown Zone: Intentional Personal Growth at GrownAdvice.com.
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$118 million dollars are at stake in battle over whether Lawline Defrauded Faculty
Has Lawline FurtherEd abandoned the law and crossed the line? $118 million dollars are at stake in battle over whether Lawline engaged in fraud, breach of contract, misappropriation of image and name, and gross misrepresentation of material facts concerning the intellectual property rights of attorneys who provided course content for the online legal community.
CEO David Schnurman once said FurtherEd is “Going After Professionals Who Have Money And A BIG Needs" and his business ia an alleged ‘leading provider of online continuing legal education.’ However, has anyone investigated how Lawline company has provided an alleged 2 million courses for online credits in all 50 states without compensating any of its faculty members for use of their image, name, likeness, and rights to their intellectual property?
Did Michele Richman and David Schnurman knowingly and intentionally remove attorney faculty websites or authorize removeal to tamper with evidence? Did they knowingly and intentionally hide faculty videos that were purportedly removed under an "unlisted" YouTube account for paid subscribers?
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What does a spitfire television judge, winner of the game show, “The Weakest Link”, and daughter of a Vietnam Veteran have in common? Well, everything. Why..because they're the same person.
This week on, “Creating Life’s New Normal,” I interview actress, attorney and game show winner, Tremecca D. Doss. We explore how she creates her new normal through excellence, education, and fun.
Tremecca can be seen on television serving as a legal analyst on TV One Network’s, “Fatal Attraction”, Discovery ID’s “Deadly Women”, and Oxygen Network’s “Snapped: Killer Couples.”
Tremecca is an avid sports fan and couples her passion for law by being a legal commentator on issues arising in the (NFL). She also worked as a production coordinator and reporter with the NFL/Tennessee Titans Radio Network during the Titans’ 1999-2000 Super Bowl season.
However, I think the most profound substance of this amazing woman is her respect for the men and women who serve the United States as part of the Armed Forces. It was her father, Larry Doss, a Vietnam Veteran who lost his ability to walk, who inspires her the most. Seeing his dogged determination to fight for disability rights rubbed off on Tremecca. It is this bond of military service that led our connection and eventually to this interview.
Tune in from 9am - 10am EST to listen to this amazing young lady.
About the Host: John Register is a 4 x all-American track athlete who had his left leg amputated after a devestating hurdling injury. Yet, he won the silver medal in the long jump at the Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia just 6 years later. He now keynotes and trains leaders on the topic, "hurdling adversity" and shows business how to turn obstacles into opportunities.