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"Frosted Pop" host David Jeffrey Frost talks today about the latest Uber and Airbnb controversy, the lifetime cost of smoking, Prince Andrew and the Royal Sex Slave Scandal and Malcom Jamal Warner and Jay Leno speak about Bill Cosby. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Independent Isagenix Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
Do you have unanswered questions? Not sure if you should apply? Do you need assistance in enrolling and choosing a plan? Talk to our Expert, Karen Campbell about the Affordable Care Act.
Karen Campbell is a Financial Strategist with Bestway Financial Services in Austell GA. In this position Karen assists her clients with Health, Auto, and Commercial Insurance. Karen definitely believes in using her resources to network, connect people together with affordable health insurance and to be an asset to her community.
It's Tax season and many of us are preparing to file for 2014. One of the biggest questions many people will have will be, "What are the tax implications of the Affordable Care Act?"
The IRS’s synopsis of “Affordable Care Act Tax Provisions” runs nearly 6,000 words and contains numerous links to various regulations, notices and technical releases. Unfortunately, the Internal Revenue Service taxpayer hot line may not be much help with getting your questions answered in a timely manner.
What can you do? You can contact the "TaxChick" Anissa Barbee.
With over 10 years of experience in tax preparation, Anissa Barbee is the CEO of Transformation Tax and Financial Services. Anissa’s commitment to serving individuals, small business, and non-profit organizations stems from an understanding of the general sentiment of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
After working for franchises and CPA firms, Anissa felt that a profit margin, not the welfare of the taxpayer, was the top priority of some of the corporations. It is with these thoughts that Anissa decided to launch Transformation Tax in 2010. A primary goal of her business is to make sure customers will leave her office with a better understanding of their tax returns.
Join me Nakikia MSkeepitmoving Walton on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show with special guest Anissa Barbee of Transformation Tax and Financial Services as she explains the tax implications the Affordable Care Act may have on your return. You don't want to miss this episode. Be Informed. Stay Out of Jail!
Conventional wisdom tells us that before we do something, we first need to feel like doing it or feel like the kind of person who would do that sort of thing. And in order to feel like doing something, the thinking goes, you need to get in the right mindset, “find yourself,” or discover your “deep inner truth.”
So young men following conventional wisdom drift through life waiting until they feel like a man before they take their place in the circle of men. They believe that at some magical moment in the future, they’ll feel like a grown man, and once that happens they’ll finally have the motivation to start doing manly things. Or they read books, meditate about masculinity, and attend weekend men’s retreats, hoping that they’ll start to feel like a man through pondering manhood. But they don’t seem to make much progress. Sure, they have their moments of inspiration, but when the retreat is over or the book is finished, they’re back to feeling insecure about their status as men.
But the problem with conventional wisdom on how a person “becomes” is that it doesn’t work. At least not very well. Nine times out of ten you won’t magically start feeling like a man by simply thinking about becoming a man. So how can you start feeling like the man you’ve always wanted to be? By following the advice given by both ancient philosophers and modern psychologists: to feel like a man, you have to act like a man.
Does the state of Colorado have something to hide? Why does a review of key legislation only take place once every 10 years? Why are people limited as far as their ability to take action? Why are applicators being protected as opposed to bees and children?
The sunset review hearing for the Pesticide Applicators' Act is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. This legislation will impact applicators, beekeepers, children as well as the citizens throughout the state of Colorado. In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host, June Stoyer, talks to environmental engineer and scientist, Rich Andrews, about the Colorado Pesticide Applicators Act Sunset Renewal Bill. Stay tuned!
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DURING THE PAST 500 YEARS EUROPEANS HAVE SPENT SIGNIFICANT RECOURCES TO PROVE AFRICANS AND THOSE OF AFRICAN DESCENT ARE INFERIOR. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ACTIONS OF THE EUROPEANS (i.e.enslaving, raping and killing) and their beliefs about themselves (i.e."we are good christians") was so great and the cognitived dissonance so painful, that they were obliged to go to great lengths in order to survive their own horrific behavior. Chattel slavery and genocide of the naive american population were so un-christian he only way they could make their actions acceptable, and so resolve the dissonance, was to relegate thier victims to the level of sub-human.Call in @7:00 cst THURSDAY (347) 637-2518.
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2015 Broadcast Theme: "In the Spirit of Sankofa"
Tonight: " The Fair Housing Act: Oyez, Oyez"
Rolling Housing DiscrimintationProtections Back Will the Supreme Court upend protections provided by victims of housing discrimination ?
Discussion with James Perry,National Fair and Affordable Housing National Leader and Advocate
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Where does our outrage meet the challenge of change?
“Sankofa” teaches us that we must go back to our roots in order to move forward. That is, we should reach back and gather the best of what our past has to teach us, so that we can achieve our full potential as we move forward. Whatever we have lost, forgotten, forgone, or been stripped of can be reclaimed, revived, preserved, and perpetuated.
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“There needs to be a constantly growing and always reviving activist movement across America if we are going to maintain and expand victories and our vision for America. Since MLK Day is upon us next week, we must not forget Martin Luther King stood before and with thousands of people who made the Civil Rights movement what it was. From Jamestown's slave pens to Montgomery's boycotted busses, these ordinary men, women and the hundreds of children who led the movement, labored in obscurity, from Selma to Montgomery to Washington they provided the foot soldiers who walked in dignity, rather than ride in shame. They faced bombs in Birmingham, mobs in Mississippi and sat down at lunch counters so others could stand up. They marched and they organized.” (Julian Bond, Activist)
On Monday, January 26, 2015, we continue our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act." This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio will introduce the model work of the Detroit Area Black Family Development, Inc. via a live conversation with Mr. Heaster Wheeler, Chief Innovation Officer.
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my name is Nancy and I am an internationally recognized authority on the 21st Century slave trade, particularly the sex trade focused on the oil-rich states of the Persian Gulf.
Willie Speight, a successful film director, writer, and producer is a native of York, Alabama. Growing up in York molded Speight into a now six foot tall, 245 lbs of pure muscle man, with an unprecedented drive and determination. After attending college, he relocated to Huntsville, Alabama where he established his mark as a prestigious entrepreneur by opening numerous businesses. In 2006, moving to Atlanta, writing became a self- rehabilitating way for Speight to grapple the dissolution of his marriage. His writing was the result of his first book, “Forbidden Luv.”
The boys are back kicking off another exciting week of Free State Radio. In this very special SOTU edition, we talk"
- Obama has a new agenda in his State of the Union address
- Media and Hollywood not that happy about American Sniper success
- Comedy Central replaces one dunce for another
- much, much more?
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