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I joined the Army in 97 after graduating college. I spent four years at Ft. Hood, deploying to Bosnia in 98. I ets'd in 2001 and joined the Indiana national guard. Six months later my unit activated stateside. After two years of that, my ex got orders to Ft. Wainwright so re-enlisted back to the active duty side. I had just re-enlisted to reclass when I ended up having surgery on my achillies and was med boarded out. I currently work in a powerplant.
Daniel Kraemer, is a 15 year US Air Force veteran. He has participated in multiple operations including Operation Noble Eagle, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, as well as numerous humanitarian missions around the world. During his last deployment in October of 2013 Daniel was injured with a Traumatic Brain Injury which lead to his discharge due to medical injuries. With a TBI, PTSD, anxiety and other PTSD symptoms Daniel felt as if he had nothing once his military career was cut short. With only idle time on his hands Daniel started to drift and let his demons control his every move. It wasn't until almost a year later in late fall 2014 Daniel checked himself into a VA PTSD treatment facility for help. It was there, an old boxing trainer who worked as the facility's recreation director showed Daniel that he was still a warrior, and just because he wasn't at war there was still a battle that needed to be fought. It was through a renewed love of boxing that Daniel found his road to recovery and dealing with his day to day demons. With keeping with that warrior mentality and vigorous strength and conditioning along with intense fight training Daniel has come along way from his dark days of only a few years ago. His goal is to help as many of his fellow combat veterans as possible through fitness and mixed martial arts.
Hosted by Amen Re MenetHoupe. The Neter Sesen Book 2 Verse 66: First of all, in the resolution of the material Body, the Body itself is given up to alteration, and the form which it had becomes invisible; and the idle manners are permitted and left to the Spirit, and the Senses of the Body return into their Fountains, being parts, and again made up into Operations.
The French join the civilized world - Unbelievable?
Boehner sobers-up long enough to quit......Good Job!!
Green Beret gets shaft - just like the "Tea Boy" he defends.....
Shame on our Military Courts......How disgraceful.....?
After our highest-rated show earlier this year with Outlander author Diana Gabaldon, many of you have contacted us asking if or when we would have more stars from the Outlander series on the show with us; and we were not idle during our summer hiatus!
We're having a special Saturday-night show for the one and only Graham McTavish; not only known for his role as Dougal on the wildly popular Outlander show, but also for his roles in such movies as The Hobbit and Rambo. Although we know it is short notice, Graham has taken time out of his very hectic schedule to visit our show and talk to us about the brand-new release of Outlander's second half of season 1 on DVD, and his past and present projects. We are so glad to have him as our guest and hope you will join us!
The Harper decade has had no progress for Canada's Indigenous peoples. Just ceremony & pronouncements. Monumental studies have been released. There has also been the "First Nations Financial Transparency Act", a failed First Nations education bill and the steamroller of C-45 in 2012 that inspired Idle No More.
The fastest growing "demographic" or division in the population of Canada is Indigenous peoples. First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples have a healthy birth rate. The number of Indigenous people legally eligible to vote in the general election has never been higher. The First Nations vote has become a factor, in theory, in this election.
Dr. Judith Sayers is a mother of two and was the elected Chief of Hupacasath First Nation for 14 yrs, Chief Negotiator for 15 yrs. Her educational background includes Business and Law degrees and an honorary Doctorate in Law. She has practised law for 18 years and fought for First Nations rights and title.
Rachel Ann Snow is Nakoda Sioux from Mini Thni, a mother of four, a legal scholar, resercher, analyst and consultant specializing in Indiginous law issues. She has over 20 years experience in administration and policy at management level.
Tanya Kappo is from the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation and has been actively involved in community building efforts including advancing an Indigenous rights agenda in her professional life and her personal life. A graduate of the University of Manitoba law school, she is the Co-Lead for the National Collective of Walking With Our Sisters.
Hayden King is Pottawatomi and Ojibwe from Beausoleil First Nation on Gchimnissing (Christian Island) in Huronia, Ontario. At Ryerson University, he is the Director of the Centre for Indigenous Governance in the Faculty of Arts; Assistant Professor in the Dept of Politics & Public Administration.
Tune in for a real debate on both sides of this issue.
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