SORT BY Relevancy
The number of conservatives that contribute revenue to leftist and left-leaning blogs is distubing. All the while conservative blogs and website struggle. Conservatives hate when conservative blogs and websites solict donations to help with the expenses but have no probleming signing up and providing millions of dollars of income for sites like, The Hiffington Post, Slate, and Salon. And the method most often used is the pageview.
Today we talk about how conservatives began starving the left of this revenue and redirect it to conservative sites.
Learning from your event is one of the best ways to improve yet many runners fail to conduct a post race review.
Based on the After Action Review technique developed in the military The Partnerunning Post Race Review is a step by step approach to learning from you experience.
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we outline the post race review process and conduct a live review of our You Yangs Hardcore 100 Miler event.
Also on the show:
Over the shoulder
The Road ahead
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard review The Purge: Anarchy.
Can this sequel pull a rabbit out of its hat and spin a micro-budget film into a worthwhile franchise? The first one managed a lot of fans, but will this pay off again, even for them?
We'll let you know if this one is worth your time, answer listener questions, and give you some insights on the next few weeks at the theater.
This week, Sylvia Jukes Morris talks about “Price of Fame”; John Williams and Parul Sehgal talk about the week’s literary news; David Lehman discusses the state of poetry in the age of Twitter; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Vicki Constantine Croke talks about “Elephant Company”; Alexandra Alter has notes from the field; David Dobbs discusses two new books about genes; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard review Edge of Tomorrow. We'll let you know if you need to get to this one, share some interview clips, and answer listener questions.
Can Tom Cruise pull off Sci-Fi twice in a row? We were big fans of Oblivion, and this one has the extra bonus of being directed by Doug Liman.
It ought to be a recipe for success, but does it work out?
We will also be giving away the Blu-Ray of this one. Tune in now, have the Blu-Ray show up at your door when released!
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard review Tammy, and give a preview of what's coming your way for the next few weeks.
Frankly, we don't expect great things from this one, but we're willing to remain open to the idea that it could surprise us.
We'll have some interview clips to share, answer listener questions, and let you know where you should be spending your ticket money as we continue into the heart of the summer.
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Wednesday, May 7, 6pm EDT: Mitchell’s guest this evening is the founder of The Huffington Post, author of the recently released book Thrive and the popular celebrity, Arianna Huffington.
Arianna is the chair, president, and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group, a nationally syndicated columnist, and author of fourteen books.
In May 2005, she launched The Huffington Post, a news and blog site that quickly became one of the most widely-read, linked to, and frequently-cited media brands on the Internet. In 2012, the site won a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.
She has been named to Time Magazine’s list of the world’s 100 most influential people and the Forbes Most Powerful Women list.
Originally from Greece, she moved to England when she was 16 and graduated from Cambridge University with an M.A. in economics. At 21, she became president of the famed debating society, the Cambridge Union.
She serves on several boards, including HuffPost’s partners in Spain, the newspaper EL PAÍS and its parent company PRISA; Onex; The Center for Public Integrity; and The Committee to Protect Journalists.
Her 14th book, Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder was published by Crown in March 2014 and debuted at #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list.
You can Listen on-line at www.abetterworld.tv
Or listen by phone! 602 753-1860
Reba Riley is the debut author of Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome: A Memoir of Humor & Healing In 30 Religions, the founder of the Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome community online, and a blogger at Patheos.com
Reba grew up in a fundamentalist Christian home where the wallpaper & dinner napkins featured Bible verses, & the Smurfs were considered demonic. She told her kindergarten class the letters of Santa's name could be arranged to "Satan." Reba’s 10,000 hours of education included evangelical schools, Christian college followed by a stint at the Focus of the Family Institute with Dr. James Dobson, and an intensive ministry training program at a megachurch in Colorado Springs—a program that swiftly kicked her out when she shared her religious doubts with the leadership. Reba lost everything - including herself. Enter Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome.
Reba got sick. Really sick. With a near-debilitating chronic mystery illness doctors couldn’t diagnose or treat. At 29, the illness made her vulnerable enough that she finally had to face the fact she’d avoided for the better part of a decade: her spirit was sicker than her body. Reba decided to undertake a spiritual recovery program: she would visit thirty religions before her thirtieth birthday—not to find a religion, but to find peace.
Through her adventures, Reba realized she didn’t have to choose religion to choose God…or good. She discovered sometimes we have to get lost to get found. Two years after completing her thirty religions project and eighteen months after recovering from her illness, Reba is here to share dispatches from her journey of healing.
This week, Peter Baker talks about Hillary Rodham Clinton’s “Hard Choices”; John Williams discusses the week’s literary news; Jeff Shesol talks about “Uncertain Justice” and “Scalia: A Court of One”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.