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  • Safeguard - Sexual Assualt and Prevention Tips Sept 2, 2015 at 2:00 pm

    in Training

    Radio:  


    Live on CHANNEL 17   Rio Cable


    Wednesday 2:00 September 2, 2015   Safeguard with Scott Borden and Mike Thompson, with discussions surrounding sexual assault and prevention.  This important topic covers a variety of issues that students (men and women) should know.  Sexual assault can come in many forms that range from physical contact, bullying, verbal and improper social dating etiquette. It is Chief Borden’s mission to keep every student, faculty/staff and visitor to the University of Rio Grande Campus as safe as possible. His police staff and he want to see every student have a positive and educational experience without the threat of sexual assault or any other illegal activity.  Whether a person is male or female, attend Rio Grande or any other College or High School, or if one is in the working world, Scott and Mike give a very good understanding of what each person should know about sexual assault and ways to keep one safe and secure.



    Scott Borden


    Chief of Campus Police


    740-245-7286
    University of Rio Grande/ Rio Grande Community College


    http://www.rio.edu/campusuite/modules/faculty.cfm?grp_id=9838

  • 00:14

    Assassin - Kingpin - Bodyguard - Sniper - Drug Dealer

    in Lifestyle

    The guest for this show goes by the name FLY from Grand Rapids, MI.  He is a reitred PAID assassin, drug dealer, contract killer, kingpin, and sniper.  The US loved the Godfather Movie where this profession was sometimes glorified.  Contract killing is a form of murder in which one party hires another party to kill a target individual or group of people. It involves an agreement between two or more parties in which one party agrees to kill the target in exchange for some form of payment, monetary or otherwise. Either party may be a person, group, or an organization.


    Throughout history, contract killing has been associated with organized crime and with vendettas. Contract killing provides the hiring party with the advantage of not having to be directly involved in the killing. This makes it more difficult to connect said party with the murder and decreases the likelihood of establishing guilt for the committed murder, because the hiring party did not commit the murder; they only enabled it to happen. It is also often used by parties who do not have the ability to carry the killing themselves, such as a spouse contracting the murder of their partner.


    In the United States, a contract to kill a person is void, meaning that it is not legally enforceable. Any contract to commit an indictable offense is not enforceable. Thus, if a hitman takes the money but then fails or refuses to perform, the customer cannot sue for specific performance or for damages for breach of contract. Conversely, if the hitman performs the killing as promised but the customer refuses to pay, the hitman cannot sue the customer for monetary damages.


    Disclaimer:  The Hosts accept no liability for the content of the material presented tonight, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided. The listeners can Google the topics covered tonight for content about the topic discussed..

  • 01:26

    EXCLUSIVE chat with an Assassin - Kingpin - Bodyguard - Sniper - Drug Dealer

    in Music

    The guest for this show goes by the name FLY from Grand Rapids, MI.  He is a reitred PAID assassin, drug dealer, contract killer, kingpin, and sniper.  The US loved the Godfather Movie where this profession was sometimes glorified.  Contract killing is a form of murder in which one party hires another party to kill a target individual or group of people. It involves an agreement between two or more parties in which one party agrees to kill the target in exchange for some form of payment, monetary or otherwise. Either party may be a person, group, or an organization.


    Throughout history, contract killing has been associated with organized crime and with vendettas. Contract killing provides the hiring party with the advantage of not having to be directly involved in the killing. This makes it more difficult to connect said party with the murder and decreases the likelihood of establishing guilt for the committed murder, because the hiring party did not commit the murder; they only enabled it to happen. It is also often used by parties who do not have the ability to carry the killing themselves, such as a spouse contracting the murder of their partner.


    In the United States, a contract to kill a person is void, meaning that it is not legally enforceable. Any contract to commit an indictable offense is not enforceable. Thus, if a hitman takes the money but then fails or refuses to perform, the customer cannot sue for specific performance or for damages for breach of contract. Conversely, if the hitman performs the killing as promised but the customer refuses to pay, the hitman cannot sue the customer for monetary damages.


    Disclaimer:  The Hosts accept no liability for the content of the material presented tonight, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided. The listeners can Google the topics covered tonight for content about the topic discussed..

  • 02:11

    Radio Wehrwolf: Countering the Counter-culture

    in Politics

    Tonight Dion will discuss the ramping up of the drug culture and degeneracy by way of the hippie counter-culture of the late 1960s. Looking into Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsburg, Edward Bernays, Gordon Wasson, and The Manson Family, by way of the CIA.

  • 02:28

    Trying To Give It Up. Urban Therapy with Sun #148

    in Lifestyle

    There is something in all of our lives that we have been trying to give up or let go of for a while now. What is it?
    It could be smoking or drinking or drug use or gambling or sex, or lying or cheating or overeating or obsessing over a love interest or stealing or faking the funk or driving too fast or being fearful of something or being nosy or taking unnecessary chances or spending too much money or being too cheap or snapping on people  or being rude or being violent or talking too much or never saying enough or being neglectful or being selfish or being lazy or being prejudice or acting too impulsively or being too jealous or being disloyal or.......or........ or......
    On this show we're gonna make the pledge to make a sincere effort to make the change in our live for the better. We're gonna give it up or at least try to.
    This will be an interactive call-in show where we will try to help each other by sharing some of our stories about our successes in giving up some of our negative behaviors. Don't you want to give it up? Don't you at least wanna try? It's only gonna benefit you in the long run so let's get together on this one and get serious about making that change for  the better.

  • 01:32

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1173

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Angela Williams from Marietta, Georgia, abuse survivor, author and returning NAASCA family member. Ms Williams is Founder & CEO of VOICE Today, launched in 2008, where the goal is to increase global awareness about childhood sexual abuse, and promoting its prevention, healing programs and resources. "As a survivor of incest, suffering in silence for 14 years at the brutal hands of my stepfather," she says, "my passion has become helping others learn to break the silence barrier of child sexual abuse and to make a difference in the lives of children in the next generation." A faith based organization, the values of the Voice Today Movement include the belief that prayer is the power source against the demonic forces driving child sexual abuse. They seek to break the silence of child sexual abuse by educating adults, speak out unashamedly and provide healing support for survivors, and that will become a platform for social change. Angela shares her own journey as a survivor in her book, "From Sorrows To Sapphires" and is co-author of "Pathway to Healing." Other books include "True Intimacy" and "Tough Talk To Tender Hearts." Angela is a tireless advocate. Through VOICE, Angela works to change society’s attitudes and actions that surround child sexual abuse, and seeks to shift the responsibility for preventing Child Sexual Abuse from the child to the adult. She hopes to empower survivors to find their voice and start the healing process.
     

  • 00:43

    TESTIMONIES: THE LAND OF "FAR FAR WAY"!

    in Christianity

    With Host & Author/Poet Sarah Beth

  • 01:00

    No Grain No Pain With Dr. Peter Osborne

    in Health

    Dr. Peter Osborne stops by Perfectly healthy And Toned Radio to discuss his view on grains and nnounce his upcoming book.


    Dr. Peter Osborne is the clinical director of Origins Healthcare Center in Sugar Land, TX (just southwest of Houston).  He is a doctor of chiropractic medicine and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist.  He is an expert in orthomolecular and functional medicine.  He has been practicing since 2001.  His clinical focus is the holistic natural treatment of chronic degenerative diseases with a primary focus on gluten sensitivity and food allergies.  He has helped thousands of patients recover from mysterious medical illnesses.


    Doctor Osborne received his doctorate from Texas Chiropractic College.  He has held faculty teaching positions at Texas Women’s University and HCC’s nursing program teaching Neurophysiology, Nutrition,  Biology, and Anatomy & Physiology.  He lectures nationally to doctors on the topics of gluten sensitivity/intolerance, celiac disease, drug induced nutritional deficiencies, and many other nutritionally related topics.  He is the co-founder  of Nutra-MD, a nutritional supplement product line that addresses nutrient deficiencies caused by commonly prescribed medications.  He is the host for the radio program Alternatives for Health & Wellness and the Executive Secretary for the American Clinical Board of Nutrition.


    He founded Gluten Free Society in 2010 to help educate patients and physicians on the far reaching effects of gluten sensitivity.  He is the author of Glutenology, a series of books designed to help educate the world about gluten.

  • 03:00

    Real MOORS Talk

    in Social Networking

    You Are What you eat: Please join us in this topic Call 646-478-5157 1-4pm est:


    If your mental image of an older person is someone frail and thin, it may be time for an update. For the generation currently moving through middle age and beyond, a new concern is, well, growing: obesity. Government figures show that Americans in their 60s today are about 10 pounds heavier than their counterparts of just a decade ago. And an even more worrisome bulge is coming: A typical woman in her 40s now weighs 168 pounds, versus 143 pounds in the 1960s. "People used to start midlife [at a lower weight] and then lose weight when they got into their 50s, but that doesn't happen as much anymore," says David Kessler, former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration and author of The End of Overeating.


    If you're entering that danger zone now, be aware that it's not going to get any easier to lose weight, because people need fewer calories as they age. Blame slowing metabolism and the body's tendency starting in midlife to lose muscle mass—a process known as sarcopenia—and gain fat, especially around the abdomen. (Fat burns fewer calories than does muscle.) "All that conspires to make it harder for people to maintain the same body weight when they eat their usual diets," says Alice Lichtenstein, director of the cardiovascular nutrition laboratory at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University. "People have fewer discretionary calories to play with, so they need to make better food choices."

  • 00:05

    AddictionHelp: Overcoming fear to get a job

    in Motivation

    Prayer to help you overcome 'they not gonna hire me' fear and 'not gonna treat me right' limiting beliefs that may keep you stuck in unemployment. You must believe, there is a place that wants your skills, irregardless of color, disability, background or story.

  • 01:59