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HOSTAGE: a person given or held as security for the fulfillment of certain conditions or terms, promises, etc., by another. There are things that hold a hostage without any force like a gun or threat other than you want have the thrill of being a hostage.
Hostage of Lies taps into the real life ditches that characters get themselves into, simply because they are not willing to face what they know is there. Don't laugh. Maybe you've done this before. Have you?
Check out Off The Shelf http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Denise-Turney- radio this Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 11am/EST to get the real scoop on Maxine Thompson's "Hostage of Lies". Book authors Denise Turney and Maxine Thompson will also dig into "The Ebony Tree" and "LA Blues".
You know how Denise Turney does it. She'll also share book marketing tips on Saturday's Off The Shelf show. All shows are LIVE! Tune in online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Denise-Turney- or by calling (347) 994-3490.
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Join Dr. Carlos as he explores the psychology of a FBI hostage negotiator. The Black Swan Group Ltd. is a strategic business advisory firm with a specific focus in negotiation. Black Swan is led by Christopher Voss a 24 year veteran of the FBI where he directed and advised teams in a variety of investigations, […]
Muslim rape-gang cover-up exposed -, holding federal funds hostage for amnisty, - Security confab focuses on ‘collapse of global order’- Obama’s Transformed Middle East Burns - The real culprit in measles outbreak,- Ben Carson: No exemptions on immunizations,- AG nominee eyed in massive Obama cover-up,- School grilled kids on parents' views of 'gays' - Obama Defends Free College: ‘No Such Thing As a Completely Free Lunch’- North threatens to nuke U.S. in a broad campaign - China Warns Korea Against U.S. Missile Defense - 'Held at gunpoint': Scandal rocks biggest Christian network - Health insurer Anthem hit by massive cybersecurity breach
All across the country law enforcement agencies are called during hostage situations, whether hostages being held for demands, political purposes, or more commonly relationship disputes. None of the described situations tend to end well. Either the perpetrators or the hostages are harmed, physically, mentally and emotionally.
But what about the ripple effect these situations have on not only the immediate victims and family, but the law enforcement and other personal, as well as those who put endless hours negotiating for a safe resolution?
Shattered Lives Radio welcomes hostage negotiators, Derek Gaunt and Sandy Hein.
They will talk about a real life case from Alexandria, Virginia, the set up of the circumstances, how terms were negotiated, and the outcome. Listeners will be taken inside to what goes on during a hostage situation and how if affects so many.
How can you be grateful when nothing seems right? You do not need to be held hostage by circumstances. We are in a time when opportunity is present more than ever before. Opening to gratitude allows you to immerse yourself in possibilities that are right in front of you. Color frequencies can turn depression into the joy of gratitude. Join Arlene Arnold and Leslie Romine as they share ways to turn doubt to gratefulness. Call in with your suggestions or questions (646)595-4667
Starting at 9PM est. join Host Raquel Okyay and Co-host Efrain Gonzalez III for "Politics in Review" and an introduction into the plight of two great fathers who did nothing wrong except fight for custody of their kids in a family court arena. A venue where false accusations fly and ex-parte communications allow for illegal orders. Welcome to their world.
At 9:30PM Special Guest Ted Taupier, a CT father, who has been unfairly held hostage in his home for over a year, had his firearms confiscated, his right to vote, travel and speak taken away, and custody of his children removed. All due to a false accusation of a crime he didn't commit. Now he's facing jail time. He will be on to give us an update.
At 10PM Special Guest Rudy Orr, NC father of 5, battling the system for more than a decade, has been alienated from his 12 year old daughter for over 18 months with no contact at all. He's tried every thing possible to please Vance County social services to no good avail. Now he's exposing them for all of their dirty tricks.
Don't Forget!! Our traditional singing aloud with the West Point Glee Club as the background: the Star Spangled Banner at approx. 10:55PM. Feel free to call in just to sing!
Jerry Pippin remembers Walter Cronkite (November 4, 1916 – July 17, 2009) broadcast journalist, best known as anchorman for the CBS Evening News for 19 years (1962–81). During the heyday of CBS News in the 1960s and 1970s, he was often cited as "the most trusted man in America" after being so named in an opinion poll. He reported many events from 1937 to 1981, including bombings in World War II; the Nuremberg trials; combat in the Vietnam War; Watergate; the Iran Hostage Crisis; and the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King, Jr., and Beatles musician John Lennon.
Jerry Pippin 1939-2015 He have been 76 today.
Wisdom is knowing when to apply knowledge.Today I will pose and address a question for consideration. Is your knowledge in demand. Are you holding people's time and ears hostage with conversations of what you know? Is the information you are share actually beneficial or a display of your knowledge that causes people to want to run away when they see you?
The British spoil the global Greenapalooza party; Iowa Carson support shifting dramatically to Ted Cruz; Louisiana turns "blue"; Iranian war games simulate "liberation" of Jerusalem; Obama maintains pro-ISIS tone; Obama's lectern vs. Putin's tanks; Illegal aliens gush across the U.S. southern border at a record rate; Senate Democrats hold Syrian "refugee" cutoff hostage to gun control; and the American people are still not serious about ISIS.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the serious consequences of hostility to one's life. "Hostile people release more adrenaline and norepinephrine into their blood than nonhostile people. In general terms, these hormones raise blood pressure by constricting blood vesssels and increasing heart rate. Angry people also have elevated cortisol levels...elevated cortisol levels cause the body to retain sodium (salt). which adds to the blood-pressure problem...over time if the hostility becomes engrained in the person's emotional identity, the blod pressure problems become more permanent."
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