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  • 00:54

    #375 Jay Baer Says Hug Your Haters, the Green Movement, Federal Contracting Work

    in Business

    Segment 1: Jay Baer is the world’s most retweeted person among digital marketers. His Convince & Convert Media division owns the world’s #1 content marketing blog and the world’s top marketing podcast. His new book is “Hug Your Haters: How to Embrace Complaints and Keep Your Customers Focused on These Themes”.


    Segment 2: Shel Horowitz has been showing business owners how to be more profitable by being green and ethical. Shel is an international speaker, transformational business consultant, and the multiple-award-winning author of ten books, including the long-running category bestseller Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green and the brand new Guerrilla Marketing to Heal the World (both co-authored with Jay Conrad Levinson, Father of Guerrilla Marketing. 


    Segment 3: Lourdes Martin-Rosa is the American Express OPEN Advisor on Government Contracting. In this role, she uses her more than 20 years of experience in the federal space to coach small business owners on how to get contract-ready and find contract success. Lourdes is also president of Government Business Solutions, a women-owned small business offering government and business consulting services.


    Segment 4: Vadim Vladimirskiy founded Adar in 2005 with the vision of helping businesses by applying proven technologies in new and creative ways. 


    Segment 5: Annah Mitchell is the owner and founder of Gobble Doggs, a family-owned catering and food truck business that specializes in serving turkey hot dogs with a variety of delicious gourmet toppings.


    Sponsored by Nextiva and Staples.

  • 00:39

    FEDERAL POLICY IN EDUCATION, A CONTINUING SERIES

    in Education

    FEDERAL POLICY  ON EDUCATION


    Rich Long, newly named Executive Director of Learning First and educational policy expert is our guest..in a continuing series


    Presented by KnowledgeWorks

  • 00:40

    Nursing homes: Compliance with Federal and State Regulations with Carol Prosapio

    in Legal

    Today’s podcast interview with Carol Prosapio focuses on educating the public, nursing homes and their staff, about providing good patient care while at all times complying with all the rules and regulations of the Illinois Department of Health and the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation.


    Topics covered in this 30-minute interview:



    Making informed decisions when choosing a nursing home, do your research;
    Examining compliance requirements and how nursing homes strive for compliance;
    Increasing nursing home staff to provide increased resident care requirements;
    Resources for risk analysis, root cause, analysis regarding pressure ulcers;
    Pain management, fall prevention, infections, personal hygiene and activities.


    Carol Prosapio is an accomplished registered nurse with 36 years experience. She served the State of Illinois, the last 11 years, working as a long-term care surveyor. A Health Facilities Surveillance Nurse, for the Illinois Department of Public Health, Carol inspected long-term care facilities to ensure compliance with Federal and State regulations. She investigated allegations of abuse, neglect, improper nursing care and misuse of resident funds. Additionally, Carol reviewed records, laws, and procedures, investigating and surveying legal and policy compliance. Carol is an alumnus of Moraine Valley Community College, the University of Illinois at Chicago and Lewis University. 

  • 00:03

    Where The Federal Reserve Stands on Rate Hikes

    in Finance

    Brian Battle of Performance Trust Capital Partners tells the Wall Street Journal that the Federal Reserve is engaged in a tricky balancing act when it comes to the question of whether or not it should raise interest rates.

  • 02:08

    The Yehudah Project: Federal Reserve, Marshall Law, Fema Camps,Please Listen!

    in Culture

    RUMORS swirling say “Martial Law discussions over a banking system failure.” are the reason President Obama and Vice President Biden are to meet with Fed. Chair Janet Yellen today after the Federal Reserve’s Emergency Meeting this morning.  In the history of the United States, it has never before taken place that both the President AND Vice President meet “unexpectedly” with the Federal Reserve.  Speculation is already flowing all over Washington, DC that it may have something to do with “the survival of the government.”


    The last time such an emergency meeting took place was in late November of last year just before the Fed raised rates for the first time, resulting in a loss of thousands of points on the Dow.  This might explain the constant jawboning by the banks to drive up equity prices the past six weeks – it may be preparation for another rate hike and another dive in stocks.  Also, keep in mind the surprise meeting between Yellen and Obama, not to mention the G20 meeting, the IMF meeting, the World Bank meeting, and the Doha meeting, all taking place the next week.  The elites seem to be preparing for an event.  Watch the news feeds carefully…

  • 00:59

    Federal court deems no right to warship spaghetti monster

    in Politics

    Federal court deems no right to warship spaghetti monster, but what separates religion and fantasy?


    Saudi Arabia threatens to sell $750 billion in assets and its role in 9/11 is revealed


    It's not about safety------cop drives away, refused to inform motorists of potentially deadly situation


    "Smile in my face one more time!"cop terrorizes child on school bus for not worshiping him


    It's a speed trap!-----California cops to check bicycle speed with radar and ticket fast bikers


    Democracy now! Thinks we should tax ability


    "We don't need a warrant"-----Cops enter home through a window, rip infant from mother's arms


    Under president Sanders, the planet will feel the burn

  • 01:30

    The Story of Elvy Musikka ~ Federal Medical Marijuana Patient

    in Higher Education

    Elvy is currently the only woman still receiving her allotted 300 joints a month in the program. Of course, she still has to go pick them up, and nobody can carry them for her. It's a common misconception that she receives her metal tins filled with pre-rolled Cannabis cigarettes in the post. In reality, she picks up her medicine once a year from the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami. She has been in the program for 27 years now. All 18 patients in the program and the 36 approved who never received their medicine due to Bush seniors termination of the program in 1992 had to jump through hoops. Patients were required to secure a government approved doctor who would keep reliable records regardless of government discouragement to do so. They had to prove to the FDA, DEA, and NIDA that Cannabis was the most reliable, safest, and most efficient medication to treat their ailments. 

    http://www.elvymusikka.com/

    https://www.facebook.com/elvy.musikka

  • 00:06

    The Open Door: Constitional the Federal Government

    in Entertainment

    Join Michael Conoley and his co-host Ea Mermer as they discuss the ongoing saga of constitutional abuse lead by the federal government. The day is fast approaching when the only choices one has are those allowed by the government. How far will we the people continue in this nightmare? Have we reached the point of no return? What is the reason people allow their creator given rights to slowly disappear as if that means nothing to them? Listen in as we discuss thise questions and many more.

  • 00:24

    Federal Tech Trends - IT Priorities and the Impact of Tight Budgets in 2016

    in Technology

    There are many different areas of need when it comes to technology and IT across the federal government and its disparate agencies. While cybersecurity remains a concern following the massive OPM breach, agencies are also dealing with modernization of legacy systems and the need to modernize and increase interoperability of their networks.


    In this episode of the Modern Network Radio, Tim Solms, the Vice President of U.S. Federal Government and Managing Director of Worldwide Government at Juniper Networks, joins us to discuss the IT priorities of decision makers across the federal government in 2016 and beyond, and how the budget uncertainty in Congress - and due to the ongoing election - is impacting the IT acquisition process within agencies.

  • 00:26

    Michael Pento on the Economy, China and the Federal Reserve

    in Politics

    We are honored that Michael Pinto, President of Pento Portfolio Strategies, has agreed to be our guest.  Mr. Pinto is a well established specialist in the Austrian School of economics and a regular guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox as well as many other financial programs.  He is also a financial columnist for Forbes, contributor to thestreet.com,  and blogger for the Huffington Post

  • 00:21

    DOMESTIC THREAT 2016: State of FEAR in the Federal Workplace

    in US Government

    This is the first in a series of on-demand radio broadcast alerting the public to the haunting reality of retaliation that plagues civil servants (i.e., agents, analysts, guards, U.S. marshals air traffic controller, food inspectors, firefighters) daily in the Federal government workplace.


    The podcast series, produced under the Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C) Radio Network offers first hand insight from victims of race discrimination, retaliation and related civil rights whistleblowing activity. Guest speakers in the - Domestic Threat - series will address the true conspiratorial workplace culture throughout the Federal government including the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.


    Episode 1:  Tanya Ward Jordan, the President of the Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C) and the creator of Domestic Threat, discusses the impetus for airing ominous workplace accounts of present and former Federal employees.  Ms. Ward Jordan discusses the importance of sharing stories of civil servants, many returning military, who suffered and continue to suffer emotionally, financially, physically and psychologically due to unchecked bullying, discrimination and reprisal in the Federal workplace.  In the introductory podcast series creator (Ward Jordan) disccusses the presence of fear in the federal workplace, discusses the lack of consequences for civil rights violations, tells how the government fails to impose mandatory discipline on civil rights violators and offers solutions to change the Federal workplace from a "fear" system to a "free system" to foster a safe society.