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Government is only as good as We the People. Government is required to protect the civil rights of all citizens. We the people vote for people we expect will help improve the quality of life for our communities, and for the nation. We are not monitoring the people we elect and the result is, government is only as good as we the people.
Politicians are governement workers who are elected into office to write bills and pass those bills into laws. Those laws areto be for the greater good of society as a whole. That said, different politicians must provide different resources and laws to their constitutents, based on geographical areaa. But those laws should never go against the greater good of society. Politicians are only as good as the people who votes for them.
The government workforce includes people who are hired to carry out laws, administer services, and support all communities. This workforce more times than not do a better job than the politicians. But again the government workforce is only as good as We the People in the community it serves.
To get better people as politicians, We the people must do our part.
To get better people administering services, supporting the communities, carrying out the laws, We the people must do our part.
Government is only as good as We the People
Join us saturday 30th August 2014 at 07:00am BST, 08:00am Zambian time when we have a panel of discussants who will
look at the recent dismissal of Wynter Kabimba who was Minister of Justice as well as Party Secretary General for the PF. His dismmissal has been widely celebrated and left a lot of people dismayed. On the panel is Mwamba Peni II , Norman Chipakupaku , Barbara Chanda, Richard Mutemwa , , and others
Listen on www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire or call in on 0013478388065 .
Good Deeds presents Motivational Speaker/Author Tori Lynn.Tori speaks to men and women who are facing or has gone through a divorce or hardship. Tori obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration degree in three years, graduating in 2000. During this time, she was also a full-time student studying to become a license barber/stylist. Tori was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and in 2002, Dallas, Texas became her new home where she currently resides with her two daughters.
Tori Lynn travels with her mother, Jerri Lynn, speaker/author of “The Black Woman’s Attitude and The Men Who Want To Love Us,” discussing her new highly anticipated release: The Divorce. Tori speaks on having the confidence to start anew with two children after losing everything: homes, cars, money, her marriage and her Faith.
Facing hardship, trials, and tribulations caused the birth of her autobiography “The Divorce” as she began to write about her experiences while empathizing with others’ pain. Tori candidly shares her own pain and the loss of her faith in family, man, and God. The thought of suicide became an option, but God; who she later realized had never left her, stepped in and turned her mess into a message. She wants others to know that God has not left them either so, LIVE!
On February 20, 2014, Tori released her story in the suspenseful, jaw-dropping, compelling and riveting read, “The Divorce.”
Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show on Friday, August 29th at 2 p.m. (ET) for a LIVE interview with Christian author, Teresa E. Mack.
Teresa E. Mack, a native of Baltimore, MD, works as a Senior Training Specialist at Johns Hopkins University in North Baltimore County. A loving mother, Teresa is an active member of the New Psalmist Baptist Church where she serves on the New Member Ministry and the Discipleship Ministry.
Although Teresa's love for writing began at an early age, influences for her writing stemmed from her life experiences and her intimate conversations with God. Teresa's poetry has been featured in the Maryland's Writers Association's Newsletter, Johns Hopkins University's Newsletter, The Harmony Hearsay, and Epitome Magazine. Her first book is titled, The InHer Me: Thoughts and Poems from the Heart.
Listen to this LIVE interview Friday, August 29th at 2 p.m. (ET) www.blogtalkkradio.com/christianauthorsontour to learn more about the scheduled guest. Call (858) 357-8408 to ask questions. Don't worry if you can't listen LIVE, you can always download at your convenience FREE On-Demand podcasts of interviews at the link above.
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Live show at Hill's Barber Shop to discuss the hot topics in sports. We are talking about how bad the Gamecocks looked last night. Aggies came to play. And, Kevin Sumlin was no joke. I thought he handle his team, QB, and situation well. Kenny Hill's play took the fans at William Brice right out of the game. The fans were no factor by the end of the 1st quarter.
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Mz. Koko Bowden of UGA Gospel Storm will be interviewing writer and producer of the play "Man At A Crossroads" Lydia Porter. This great gospel inspirational play will be coming to Scottish Rite Temple located in Wilmington NC, Sat Aug 30th @3pm. Book this play for your next gospel event please contact Earnest Porter on FB or www.manatacrossroads.com
Wherever you are, either within or outside the political spectrum, you should have doubts, disappointments and the desire to correct the mess which is our political government and its politically appointed officials & elected representatives. I am neither of those nor ever intend to be one. I wish to serve our country and you as President. Please excuse such a big statement. I know it's important statement. It's almost audacious, almost preposterous, except for you and me, if only, you can weather my broadcasts on Blog Talk Radio - not for a moment compromising your views, but expanding on what is better. Although not bigger than conventional radio, Blog Talk Radio is the only medium open to me for a presently unknown and presently insignificant person. But, imagine, for this moment and more to come, Clinton vs. Clinton in the 2016 Presidential Election: a person of the people ( not of a party ) VERSUS politics, PACs, political influence, political contributions, campaign banners, buttons and tv ads.
I am for everything better and good. I present myself without the aid of campaign financing or political endorsements. I come to you, as in the old days, by word of mouth and the ride by light of Paul Revere.
I am capable of this feat. The same may be said of you.
I am thankful for your time and consideration...
I am thankful for our country..
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i am Curtis Clinton, Curt Clinton & c2