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I met Harold Geddings lll while working during the modterms in Florida 2010. He came to me highly recomended by a friend and when I was asked to hire ten Team rural folk from Georgia there were not enough willing to come on such short notice hence my meeting Harold. I was delighted to meet this qualified, fantastically great guy who turned out to be one of my key players in the drama that unfolded in Polk County 2010. We were called the one sunny spot during the midterms for our exceptional voter outreach, engagement and organizational work at the end. The pace was fast and Harold was to.
I am delighted to be introducing him. He couragesouly ran for Congress in South Carolina's 2nd Congressional District against notorious "Congressman Joe "YOU LIE" Wilson. His campaign Hard Hats for Harold got some press because he kept his day job and ran against an incumbent who does not represent working folk. Harold got tapped this year by the Labor Party as thier Candidate and he willing excepted. He is a great and honorable man, He is also a Team Player, and a Progressive voice for all of us in the South. He is THE qualified, bona-fide, Labor Candidate and I can't wait to introduce you all to him and his race. We hope you will tune in live where you will be able to call in at (347) 996-3968.
Barack Obama declares "We're all gay, now"; Anti-Semitic protesters run wild all around the planet, including the U.S.; Over 700 Syrians were killed last week, but Jews didn't do it, so the Obamedia doesn't care; Barack Obama will force Israel's defeat at Hamas's hands in the same way that he's forcing Russia's victory over Ukraine; yet two more reasons why he "never rests".
SHOW NOTES: Wealth is relative. If a person has more resources (or appears to have more resources) than other peers, it tends to make them feel wealthy. If a person has less resources (or appears to have less resources) than peers, they feel poor.
- “On average, 90 percent of lottery winners go through their winnings in five years or less.” (http://bucks.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/12/03/a-financial-plan-for-misbehaving-lottery-winners/?_php=true&_&_r=0)
How does someone receive tens of millions or even hundreds of millions of dollars and end up broke within five years? It is a very simple answer, they spent the money.
So, taking even an extremely rare occurrence where someone overnight “gets rich” (by winning the lottery) it is harder to stay rich than it was to get rich. Join in with this show as we discuss why we (humans) make it so hard for ourselves to enjoy resources long term and instead give them away in the short term. Desires for attention, affection, admiration and power are the keys to your ability to either beat the odds (and have a lifetime of economic comfort) or end up broke (with memories of fleeting times in the past when there was an opportunity to stay rich). They say it is better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. Maybe. I do not agree that it is better to have been “rich” and lost it all than to have never been “rich” at all. It is very difficult to “go back” to economic instability and lack of opportunity after experiencing a lifestyle of economic opportunity.
So, let’s make sure that you have a plan to go forward financially and never go back!
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We all want the best for our children and so we work hard at being good parents. What we say to them is not always what we mirror to them by how we are living our life. Join me on this show to learn hidden messages we may be giving our children that are actually teaching them negative prgrams and how to change that.
Tonight, I will be talking briefly with John Gabrielson, the host of The Back to the Future Conference coming up this next weekend in Austin. After that, I will be airing the audio from Quest4Truth Episodes 23 and 24, which deal with the Sixth Seal in Revelation Chapter 6. Lots of cool stuff to talk about there! Doug Hamp and I dig deep into the last few verses of Chapter 6 discussing transhumanism, Singularity, the "heavenly hard-drive", blood moons, the heavens rolling away like a scroll, the mega-earthquake, the wrath of the Lamb and more! The videos are not edited yet, so you are the first to hear these episodes, right here on The Revolutionary Radio Project. Enjoy!
This week in the Star Chamber Show we bring you Miles "The Shoe" Schuman from the world of rock radio. Instead of hosting, he'll be the guest at 9pm EST!
Miles “The Shoe” Schuman is the 14-year-old host of and mastermind behind “The Shoe” radio show, which previously aired on BlogTalkRadio and now broadcasts from the CMS network.
lFrom his very first guest three years ago—hard rock bassist Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne and others)—to his most recent guests, Tom Keifer (Cinderella), Bumblefoot (Guns N’Roses), Eddie Jackson and Geoff Tate (Queensrÿche) and Michael Anthony (Van Halen), “The Shoe” delves deep into the world of classic hard rock and heavy metal.
In the four years since his first radio show in 2010, he has interviewed dozens of classic rock and heavy metal icons for his now weekly radio show; outfitted himself with professional radio equipment that he taught himself to use; and purposefully honed his on-air interviewing skills to encourage his guests to open up and talk intimately and frankly about their lives. As for the future of “The Shoe,” Schuman has his sights set on syndicating his show to SiriusXM or to FM radio, in the manner of his radio idol Eddie Trunk, a DJ on Q104.3, New York’s top-rated classic rock station.
In March 2014, Chris and Neeley of the notoriously popular “The Classic Metal Show” encouraged Miles to leave BlogTalkRadio and join their CMS Radio Network. He did so (with Michael Anthony of Van Halen as his debut guest) and since started syndicating the show. It can now be found 957thepanther.com and RadioIo.com as well as CMSRadio.net .
Originally from Southwest Harbor, Maine, Schuman now lives in and hosts his show from Mystic, Connecticut.
The slowest time of the year couldn't have come at a better time as we get to dissect the upcoming NFL Season and Fantasy Football talk. We will now analyze the NFC South Division: Saints, Buccaneers, Panthers, and Falcons. Get your pen and paper ready to take notes for your Fantasy Team.
Things have surely been quiet in the NBA front since the 2 top Free Agents of the Summer have signed with their respective teams, but there is still some interesting news that may affect next years season. And find out what's my next problem with the King.
Join us live tonight at 10 pm and call in on the show.