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Who killed JFK? Was it Lee Harvey Oswald? The Mafia? Fidel Castro? The CIA? The Military-Industrial complex? LBJ?
There are many theories out there about who killed America's 35th president. Researcher and best selling author Dr Jerry Corsi explores several of them in his latest book, "Who Really Killed Kennedy - The Ultimate Guide to the Assassination Theories - 50 Years Later".
Dr. Corsi joins us tonight to discuss his findings.
A Senate report released in July presented evidence that British banking giant HSBC abetted massive money laundering by Iran, terrorist organizations, drug cartels and organized criminals throughout the world. The report said HSBC transferred $19 billion for Iran and $7 billion in physical cash for Mexico.
Eric Holder’s Justice Department was NOT investigated money-laundering charges in deference to bank clients of his Washington-based law firm, where Holder was a partner prior to joining the Obama administration.
Since then, HSBC has been fined more than $1.92 billion by U.S. authorities for violating anti-money laundering and sanctions laws. But the whistleblower calls the feds response "a joke".
Dr. Jerry Corsi, senior staff writer at WND joins us with the details.
AUTHOR CHALLENGES ACLU IN NEW BOOKDr. Jerome Corsi discusses his new book: Bad Samaritans: The ACLU's Relentless Campaign to Erase Faith from the Public Square, Dr. Jerome Corsi.'The ACLU is engraining itself in the very fabric of everyday life. From topics such as education, abortion, marriage, and even the Super Bowl, the organization is leaving its mark. But some argue that their effort impacting the freedom of religion is the area of greatest concern. In March 2013 alone, a case was brought forth to challenge a portrait of Jesus Christ at a middle school in Ohio, a North Carolina county has been sued over its traditional Christian invocations at meetings, and Mississippi's pending school prayer law is being threatened.Bad Samaritans: The ACLU's Relentless Campaign to Erase Faith from the Public Square (Thomas Nelson, Inc.), New York Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi dares to tackle the issues to enlighten families about things they need to know about the ACLU to protect their rights.
Jerome Corsi, WND senior staff reporter and editor of Red Alert, became ill after he was forced to endure detention at the hands of armed Kenyan immigration authorities who halted his planned press conference in Nairobi and denied him and his party food for an entire day before allowing them to depart.
The Dr. Pat Show: Serena Dyer, daughter of Dr. Wayne Dyer and author of "Don't Die with Your Music Still in You," talks about growing up with spiritual parents.
The Dr. Pat Show: Part II of The Personal Time-Map, an Interactive Guidance System Provides Breakthrough Technology with Rev. Thabiti
Exclusive Interview with Grandmaster Jerry Bell & Furqan Shabazz
At 10 years old, Jerry Bell studied Judo under the guidance of his father James Edward Bell Jr., and Boxing under another family member, Muhammad Ali. At 13 Jerry was studying Karate at the East Coast Karate Association. By 17, he had traveled to Okinawa to study Okinawan Goju under Grand Master Hidegami Matsamura. Later in Japan, he studied Shotokan under Grand Master Nakayama Masatoshi, Master Ozumi Ozawa, and in the United States under Grand Master Hidetaka Nishiyama.
Jerry also studied Kyokoshinkai under Grand Master Masutatsu Oyama, Shito Karate under Master Yojiro Ishikawa, and Iaido under Master Muramasa Kudo. He then studied Aikido under Master Shoji Nishoi, Silat under Master Abdul Muhammad Ben, Tae Kwon Do under Masters Simon and Phillip Rhee, and Sanuces Ryu Jujitsu under Supreme Grandmaster Doctor Moses Powell. Jerry lived more than fifteen years in the far east doing six month stays between the United States studying the martial arts and as a result speaks Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Malay.
The 1988 movie, "Bloodsport", starring Jean-Claude Van Damme as Frank Dux, was actually based on Jerry Bell, who fought, and won the Kumite twice.
Grandmaster Jerry Bell is now in the Black Belt Hall of Fame, The Martial Arts Hall of Fame and the World Karate Hall of Fame. He’s earned six World Gold Medals and three Silver Medals. He has a 7th degree Black Belt in Shotokan, a 4th degree Black Belt in Kyokoshinkai, a sixth degree Black Belt in Iaido, a second degree Black Belt in Judo, a fourth degree Black Belt in Aikido, a 10th degree Black Belt in Sanuces Ryu Jujitsu and a 10th degree Black Belt in the Black Ryu System that was founded by him./Jerry Bell also founded The Japan Shotoshinkai Karate-do Association in Osaka Japan with his Karate Master Yojiro Ishikawa in 1970 and he founded The Black Ryu Federation in 2003.
A Mother Grieves and A Mother Advocates
Join Dr. Brewer as she talks with Sharnel Williams, author of "What A
Mother To Do." A heartbreaking account of the loss of her son, the
lessons she learned, the advice she offers - and the advocacy that is
now an important part of her life.
The Forgiveness Dr,, dr. michael and jeanie ryce are the founder and director of HeartLand, a self-healing center in the Ozark mountains. He is a world renowned lecturer and teacher on health and healing, with doctorates in Naturopathic Medicine and in Holistic Philosophy. The focus of his studies has combined bodymind principles, physics and ancient Aramaic studies into a unique body of pioneering work in the fields of self-healing, healing through relationships, anger and grief resolution, world peace and the inner process of Forgiveness. For more information visit www.whyagain.com
In today’s thought provoking episode Dr. T reviews the article, “How Cultures around the World Think about Parenting” by Amy S. Choi. She then reviews an ABC news article profiling a parent in South Carolina, recently arrested for leaving her 9 year old unsupervised in a playground. In Japan, this would be no issue.
The article links are below.
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Thanks for listening. The Kids AtoZ Team.
Access Consciousness with Co-hosts Dr. Dain Heer and Gary Douglas: The Gift of Brilliance.
The Laura Longley Show ~ Where authentic change takes flight! ~ Why Change, Even Good Change, Is Stressful and How Best to Manage That Stress - PLUS Call-In for Intuitive Coaching with Laura and Lots of Giveaways!
Raleigh, NC – Life coaching is about helping people move forward in their lives, both personally and professionally, but for many of our military’s servicemen and women, the transition back to civilian life is often fraught with emotional challenges.
“Servicemen and women are taught so much structure because they have to obey orders,” explains Dr. Lena Klumper. “When they come home, from war especially, it’s more than a culture shock, it’s just shock."
Dr. Lena Klumper is the founder of Dr. Lena’s Life Coaching where she specializes in helping individuals be who they were meant to be by guiding them toward the path to a better life. Dr. Lena began her career with the Department of Defense working with military and their families. She then moved into behavioral health managed care, working with individuals suffering from severe and persistent mental illness. After 10 years she decided she wanted to see clients who were more goal-oriented.
“I’m a helper,” says Dr. Lena. “I missed that side of working with people who have had trauma or suffer from PTSD, but are at a point where they want to be healthier and move forward with their lives.”
According to Dr. Lena, there isn’t a lot of help out there for veterans. Though the military and government has encouraged soldiers to undergo therapy, there still exists a huge stigma. As a coach, Dr. Lena is not affiliated with the military or any insurance. There’s no medical record and it’s all completely confidential.
“If you feel you need help but you’re afraid to let anyone know, reach out to a life coach,” Dr. Lena. “Life coaching is for people who want to change their lives to improve it. We’re here to move forward and I’m here to guide you.”
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