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John Githongo is the CEO of Inuka Kenya Trust. He holds an Honours degree in Economics and Philosophy from the University of Wales, and an Honorary Doctorate from the Open University. In the past he has served as Vice President Policy and Advocacy, World Vision International and Senior Associate Member, St. Antony's College, Oxford, with whom he is still associated as a Senior Common Room Member. He served as Permanent Secretary, Office of the President of Kenya, between 2003 and 2005. Prior to that he was a director of Transparency International-Berlin and Executive Director of Transparency International-Kenya.
Tegi Obanda is the founder and Chair of Canada-based Green Planet Foundation. A graduate of York University’s F.E.S graduate school, Tegi is a leading theorist in the emerging field of green economy. Tegi has been deeply involved in the struggle for democracy in Kenya since his undergraduate days at the University of Nairobi-which led to his imprisonment and exile to Tanzania, then to Canada. Tegi was Assistant Secretary General of SONU, and was the founder Editor-in-Chief of Campus Mirror. In 2005, Tegi played the lead role in founding Madaraka People’s Movement, of which he is the international spokesperson.
Matunda Nyanchama, Ph.D, CISSP is the past and founding president of theKenyan Community Abroad (KCA), a post from which he retired in 2002. He was also a member of the interim committee that founded the Kenyan Community in Ontario, Canada. Matunda is also listed in the Who is Who in Black Canada, 2006 edition. He is an active member in the community and a speaker on technology, politics and development issues.
New episode of Wide Open Radio airs Thursday Oct. 8 at 8pm Eastern, featuring hosts Courtney Lambert & Dave Withrow and guest John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts. John is one of the original pioneers of the big wheel bagger game and most recently has ventured into Victory & Indian custom parts. His ideas are innovative and his style is eccentric. Now is your chance to learn more about John & his company than the magazines and TV shows tell you. Tune in Thursday to hear our real-talk discussion and don’t forget to join us live with your questions by calling (323) 870-4604. Also hear about the latest Baddest Bagger show at Las Vegas Bikefest and we'll talk about what's planned for Daytona Biketoberfest and Arizona Biketoberfest.
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September 11, 2001 changed our lives forever. I found a YouTube video, which I edited, that shares a few minutes of the sounds of September 11, 2001. I was training a new employee in downtown Baltimore Maryland when my parents called me with the horrible news. The purpose of this show is to remind all of us what happened on that horrible day and the people who still want to kill Americans haven't stopped...
Stacey and John review the week that was in HR Technology.
We heading to week 5 of the NFL season. And of course, the season has had no controversy.
We will bat around the latest.
We'll talk about some horrible kicking. And we’re not talking just extra points – but field goals.
We will run down this week's big games. And we'll check out your fantasy.
Joining me – as always -- is Eric Snyder, our NFL expert. He is the author of a book on the Raiders and Raider Nation. You can also hear him on the Power Hour on Fox Sports Radio 1340 in Vegas.
Two big take-aways:
First the controversial call. The officials blew it on the field. Instant replay needs to be changed. And players need to know the rules. When I saw the ball pushed out, I thought wait where is Dave Caspar?
There were some other controversial calls. I thought the fumble by Travis Kelcie was a weird call. Do we allow for instant replay during the whole game and take it out of the hands of the coaches?
Second big take-away from last week was the fabulous coaching. I look at Jeff Fisher who turned around the Rams to beat the Cardinals. I look at what Chuck Pagano did to get the Colts in the win column without Andrew Luck. I look at Tom Coughlin who has the Giants back on track. Or is this league just so competitive that each week it's a difficult to put two wins back to back?
Third take-away: horrible kicking. Josh Scobee has already been released by the Steelers. One article said Scobee had made fun of Tiger’s chipping yips and karma came back to get him. But is it the new extra point rule causing Field Golf problems?
There were some other controversial calls. I thought the fumble by Travis Kelcie was a weird call.
On Thursday October 8th, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will present a discussion on the Sphere of Tiphareth, the sixth sephrioth on the Tree of Life. Tiphareth is called the Sphere of Beauty and is the center of the Tree just as the Sun is the center of the Solar System. It is the hub from which all the paths radiate and the downward reflection of the light from Kether. Mythologically it is the sphere of the dying gods, Osiris, Ba'al and Jesus, and thus the point of mystic transformation and enlightenment. Raphael is the presiding archangel and an agent of healing. Again our texts will be Dion Fortune, Gareth Knight and John Michael Greer. So join us for for an hour of inspiration as well get to the heart of old Adam Kadmon. Exam question: "How many kabbalists does it take to screw in a light bulb?" Tune in for the answer.
Avant is a name that has been used in the context of being original or innovative but the singer/songwriter from Cleveland has transformed the word into a powerhouse brand. Since breaking out on the music scene with his first platinum hit singles, “Separated” and “My First Love”—he has been on a non-stop journey having released seven albums in the last 15 years.
Avant has toured with some of the biggest names in the R&B world from Joe, Jagged Edge and Keith Sweat. He is preparing for the new album release, The VIII in September 2015. This spring he released the debut single from the album, “Special” which is romantic song that breathes new life into love and commitment.
Luke Christopher isn’t about to wait around for anybody. Instead of relying on singers or producers, the Los Angeles rapper can belt out a hook with the best of them, and he remains an accomplished producer and beat maker in his own right. On his two new EPs YSTRDY and TMRW for ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records, his singular vision only starts to unfold, encompassing airtight rhymes, cinematic storytelling, keen wit, and a little bit of wisdom.
Growing up in the San Fernando Valley, music surrounded Luke. At a young age, his father turned him on to the likes of Elton John, U2, Michael Jackson, and Stevie Wonder. However, hip-hop found him one Christmas when 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me sat under the tree. In high school, he converted the bottom bed of his bunk beds into a makeshift studio. There, he taught himself how to rap, sing, and compose beats. By his seventeenth birthday, he was ready to be properly heard, and major labels clamored for this strangely soulful and emotionally expansive style.
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