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Join your host Psychic Medium and Astrologer Eric Fraize (from Boston's JAMN 94.5FM, Springfield's Mix 93.1FM, and The Glenn Beck Program) for lively discussions every week that tie in Astrology, Psychic ability, and current domestic and global events. Simply think of show as Glenn Beck meets Jeanne Dixon meets Simon Cowell meets Charles Stanley meets Nostradamus meets…well, just listen in! Check out our Facebook page for programming updates!
100 Shows? WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW lol. It's been a long grind to get here, but it's been a great ride. So many people to thank, but I'll save the shout outs for the show. So to all the listeners & callers of SM Radio, thank ya much, couldn't have done it without you, here's to 100 more episodes, CHEERS!!!!!!
Now let's get down to buisness, the NFL SEASON IS HERE!!!!! Game 1 Starts this thurs, Seahawks vs Green Bay
Bills vs Bears
Bengals vs Ravens
Browns vs Steelers
Redskins vs Texans
Jags vs Eagles
Titans vs KC
Patriots vs Miami
Vikings vs Rams
Saints vs Falcons
Raiders vs Jets
Panthers vs Buccs
49ers vs CowboysChargers vs
Colts vs Broncos
Mon Night Games
Giants vs Lions
Chargers vs Cardinals
Join Myself, TMT & General Pee for another classic episode of SM Radio #LEEEEEGGGGOOOOO
Rev Terry Power, HP present news and commentary on a variety of topics, from spiritual unity, general spirituality, Wicca, theosophy, and current events -- and he is not always politically correct. Tune in and call in every Tuesday for a lively discussion. It is almost sure to make you think.
Spiritual Unity Radio Network is dedicated to the concept that “All Manifestations of the Divine are equally valid.” We are committed to bringing you quality programming each week. Our vision is to provide nightly shows covering a wide range of spiritual topics spanning multiple Expressions of Faith. We wish to see programming developed to fill a niche of broadcast for all people who understand that all Manifestations of the Divine are sacred.
Back on Tuesday nights as we get you prepared for the start of the upcoming NFL season as well as the " Real Season" with Major League Baseball Playoffs right around the corner. You can count on hearing great interviews with top professional athletes and sports fans. Also mixed in will be quality sport talk and a whole bunch of laughs. Your phone calls are always welcomed on the Bottom Line Sports Show Tuesday night show. Lead by Gerald Brown, Don Baker, Howie C and legendary rap artist Phife Dawg.
Tonight we will discuss the current State of Moorish Affairs. We will discuss how the invasion of Soveriegn Citizen theology and philosophy has tainted the Moorish Movement with false ideologies and mythological information. We will also discuss the 13th Amendment, along with the badges and incidents of slavery, as well as how a clause in the 13th amendment is being used to enslave Moors and all Americans to this day. Tonight we will also discuss El Aemer's new book "PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S BEGINNERS MANUAL: Private Citizens Guide To Private Rights of Action." Don't miss another explosive show from PAGO Radio! Tune In tonight!
Acquanda Stanford is a Black feminist anthropologist, Full-Circle Doula, trained by the International Center for Traditional Childbearing and a Certified Lactation Educator. At one point not so long ago I had hopes of becoming an IBCLC — a Lactation Consultant, certified through the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners, but stopped pursuing that after obtaining that CLE. I am also a PhD student of sociocultural anthropology, researching breastfeeding among people of African Descent in the US. What all of this means for me, is that rather than focusing on clinical applications and mechanics (how to latch a baby to a breast, information about breast pumps, milk storage, etc.), I focus on social theory. Breastfeeding is a biological site and serves as a gateway to explore the greater complexities around this tradition. Viewing this through a critical and holistic framework, it allows me to view a larger picture and explore areas of culture and biology, social organization, areas of domination, environment, gender, as well as community empowerment and various others via a historical, contemporary and cross-cultural context. My ultimate goal is to become a professor of anthropology and bring the culmination of these topics to higher education — as well as participate in applied work outside of the academy, and also continue to engage the general public.
Even though much of what I do has become a love of my life, my entry point in this area may or may not be like others you have heard of. I wasn’t placed here because I had an obsession with birth and breastfeeding, like many of us who consider ourselves ‘junkies’; far from it. Being here is the last place on earth I would have ever imagined myself.
Bio copied from: http://acquandastanford.com/aboutme/
In theory, journalism seems simple: read, see or hear something and then describe it. But theoretical journalism is much different than the real thing. Just as crafting a ‘press release’ to call attention to something is a little more complicated than it appears to be.
An ‘advisory’ is a great way to get some immediate or future publicity by suggesting to assignment editors, producers and reporters that something is about to occur or a ‘newsmaker’ will be available for an interview or general media availability at a particular place and date. If the recipient sees some immediate ‘news’ value in the advisory he or she might direct a reporter to follow up. If not, the advance notice is usually appreciated and the newsroom will put that information in their ‘advance’ file.
David Tait is an experienced Canadian journalist, broadcaster and writer who has practiced news-gathering in major Canadian media markets and overseas. He has contributed stories to CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Australia’s The ABC and various other outlets and agencies. David will guide business owners on HOW TO write your own release. It may be one of the most effective marketing tools you'll ever learn!
You can also read David's article in the Brighter Business Empower magazine HERE.
Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. General Thomas McInerney tells Rick why America must go to DEFCON 1 immediately. Retired U.S. Army General Paul Vallely tells Rick that a constitutional crisis is quickly approaching which may require the U.S. military to take action domestically to save the Republic.
Read more at http://www.trunews.com/#r5I5oyXcuy2zh8rj.99
We shall discuss the origin of the Muslim Ramadhan fast and its practices. Does the Bible talk about fasting, and the types of fasting? Did the Israelite Prophets fast? What is the correct month to fast in according to the Tawraah (Torah) and New Testament? Should you fast to please the Most High or not? What is the month of Aylul?
Lady Faatimah and Imamaa Bilal wish you all well!
Thanks for the support.
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Help our veterans sign this petition! http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/force-general-allison?source=c.em&r_by=1959911
Processing speed isn’t a one-dimensional concept. It’s not just about how fast received, or how fast we write or how fast we can process what we’ve heard. It’s really a combination of all those factors. In fact, processing speed deficits can be observed in visual processing, verbal processing and motor speed. Problems in one or more of these areas can manifest and problems with academic fluency and general difficulties….In every day life there is a cost to processing everything more slowly.
My interview with Dr. Braaten will take place over two sessions. Within the first, she will discuss some of the more common variables with processing speed weaknesses and in the second, she will discuss different aspects of how parents and teachers can approach children with processing speed weaknesses.
Part I Dr. Ellen Braaten author of “Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up” discusses many of the signs and symptoms of children with “processing speed” or sluggish cognitive tempo. Dr. Braaten highlights the many factors that can affect processing speed and what to watch for at home and in the classroom