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  • Addiction with Victor Parziale of Drug Free Workplace PA

    in Health

    Victor Parziale joins us once again to talk about substance abuse and addiction. We'll branch out from the workplace into the home, community, and streets of Pennsylvania and beyond, to talk about addiction dynamics, when use becomes addiction, family roles, the designer drug epidemic, and how to get help for yourself or a loved one.  


    Victor is Program Supervisor at the newly established Drug Free Workplace PA (DFWPA), a non-profit organization funded by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime & Delinquency. Help employers start drug free workplaces, setup policies, train supervisors, educate employees and their families on the signs, symptoms and dangers of drug abuse. He is in charge of promoting the free services of DFWPA to HR Managers and CEOs across PA.


    Follow DFWPA on Facebook and Twitter. 


    PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you Fridays at 12:00 pm EDT by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.


    Visit PA Disability News to stay up to date on news and events of interest to the PA disability community. Thanks for listening!

  • 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..

  • 00:01
  • What if Flakka Could be the Most Frightening Drug Ever?

    in Motivation

    It's almost school time again and Russell Edwards, Florida state mediator and addiction expert joins us with parental and teacher awareness on the designer drug, flakka, and how it has become a huge problem in Broward County, Florida and other parts of the country.  Parents of elementary children epecially need to know how it is presented to kids and its devastating effects.


    Russell can be reached at russelledwards@bellsouth.net

  • 00:30

    UFC Fight Night 73 winners and losers, GSP on drug testing, WWE/Fedor

    in MMA

    The Majority Decision is back with another dose of MMA news, analysis, and opinion. We will recap UFC Fight Night 73 and the winners and losers of the night. Bad judging struck at Fight Night 73, who was affected by it? We will also discuss former UFC champion Georges St-Pierre’s view on drug testing. Plus, should the WWE call Fedor Emelianenko?


    All this and more on this edition of The Majority Decision live at 10 pm central. 

  • 00:30

    Big Pharm versus little farm ( The Hurd Mentality)

    in Higher Education

    Americas dependence on prescription drugs and the money that it generates for these wall street drug dealers is astounding and we will disect the issue. Doctors , health care , drug education along with how to keep your kid off of hard drugs will be discussed by real street wise non medical staff.  Coffee , cigarettes and along with psycotropic insanity will lead todays topics that effect crazy Americans everywhere. Doctors who push an unlimited supply of this trash down the throats of innocent people will be trashed on this show, it's going to be fun. 

  • 00:43

    TESTIMONIES: THE LAND OF "FAR FAR WAY"!

    in Christianity

    With Host & Author/Poet Sarah Beth

  • 01:28

    THE EYEWITNESS: HEROIN, TRY ME ONCE, AND YOU'LL BE MINE!!!

    in Christianity

    With Host & Author of  "MY 7 SECONDS IN HELL THYE COMPLETE STORY" Dale Garrett & Co-Host Author /Poet of "THE UNFORGIVABLE GHETTO" Sarah Beth

  • 01:51

    THE EYEWITNESS: WHO SAY'S GOD DOSEN'T PERFORM MIRACLES IN RECOVERY?

    in Christianity

    With Host and Author of "MY 7 SECONDS IN HELL THE COMPLETE STORY" Dale Garrett. & Special Guest Host And Author Catherine Townsend-Lyon

  • Dr. Bart Billings: The link between Psych drugs & Violence

    in Family

    Hosted by Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer


    Guest: Bart P. Billings, Ph.D.


    COL SCNG-SC (Ret), Military Medical Directorate
    Licensed Clinical Psychologist PSY 7656
    Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist MG 4888


    -Director/Founder International Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference
    -Initial Enlisted Ranks and Retired as Medical Service Corps Officer with a total of 34 years in US Army.
    -Recipient of the 2014 Human Rights Award from Citizens Commission on Human Rights International


    Contact Bart P. Billings, Ph.D
    www.combatstress.bizhosting.com


    Dr. Bart P. Billings has been working in the fields of Mental Health, Human Services and Management for over forty-eight years. He possesses licenses in Clinical Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy and has past expertise as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. In Feb.2014, he received the International Human Rights Award from the Citizens Commission On Human Rights (CCHR).

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