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El 29 de Septiembre es el dia de los arcangeles, y es una excelente oportunidad para entrar en contacto con Dios y estos maravillosos seres de luz, en el programa de hoy hablaremos de lo que podemos hacer para ese dia tan especial y aprenderemos mas acerca de los arcangeles. No te lo pierda
El dia de hoy por sugerencia de los angelitos, vamos hablar de la depresión, hoy dia muchos de nosotros la padecemos, que hacer para superarla, como nos ayudan los angeles con esto. No te pierdas el dia de hoy este importante tema.
Cuantos de nosotros no hemos tenido problemas de autoestima? creo que todos, y es muy importante para nuestra vida diaria tener una sana autoestima, en el programa de hoy hablaremos al respecto y algunos tips angelicales para trabajar y ayudarnos a mejorarla, no te lo pierdas esta noche.
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Rev. John M. McLean is the Director of the Center for Spiritual Living in Los Angeles, California. He has spent all of his prior work-life involved in the creative arts. After graduation from college, he was on staff at the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, D.C. and later moved to Southern California, where he worked in the television industry as a staff producer on a prime-time television series and a network, prime-time programming executive. Prior to his ministerial studies, he returned to the art-field where he was involved in community outreach and programming for a large museum and performing arts center in rural Wisconsin.
He earned a BA in Art History from George Washington University, Washington, D.C. and an MA in Creation Spirituality from Naropa University/University of Creation Spirituality, Oakland, California. In June 2003, he was ordained after completing the Ministerial Education Program at Unity School, Unity Village, Missouri. He is also an Ordained Religious Science Minister. Visit http://csl-la.org
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A petición del publico y debido a que el tema del alma gemela aun tiene tema para tratar en nuestro programa de hoy hablaremos de otros problemas que solemos tener los seres humanos en nuestro camino de encontrar nuestra alma gemela.... no te lo pierdas
El dia de hoy como lo habia prometido anteriormente, sera un programa de preguntas a los angelitos, recuerden mis amores, los angeles nos aconsejan o guian, no nos dicen el futuro, no se lo pierdan esta noche a las 7:30 pm hora colombiana, estara superrrr
Program Summary 27 Oct. 2014
Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss all manner of smalltown life in Kansas in the second hour after these news stories.
Counterspin (30 min.)
Description: As the Ebola fear-mongering seems to be letting up a little, one thing that hasn’t changed is media inattention to the xenopobia that has gone hand in hand with the panic, and any real exploration issues of inequality and how they play out in treatment of the deadly disease. We’ll talk to medical ethicist and award winning author Harriet Washington about Ebola.
Also this week: Polls show pretty clearly that the public isn't enthusiastic about getting involved in more wars. To many elites, this is dangerous isolationism and a retreat from America's rightful position as a superpower. Carl Conetta of the Project on Defense Alternatives has taken a deep look at public opinion and the problem with elite rhetoric about isolationism.
Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)
Description: Canada honors soldier; PM calls for swift action on ramped up security powers; Election 2014: Wisconsin battle for Governor’s mansion
Los Angeles seeks to renegotiate multimillion dollar fees owed to Wall Street banks; Bedouin communities face forcible removal from Jerusalem periphery
Q&A: Mexican citizen patrols find mass graves while searching for 43 missing students; Cameroon’s education model out of step with Baka culture
Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.
Sept. 26, 2014 Program summary:
The latest Democracy Now (which we rarely broadcast) which contains a unique discussion about U. S. Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation, and the latest headlines.
Then a run-down of the latest developments in Kansas "the reddest of red" states which has been getting national headlines over the senatorial elections.
Topics: Sarah Palin was humping for Sen. Pat Roberts in Indepence, Ks. serving pancakes, etc. Check out her latest post-dogpile party at the Mud Flats.
Also the state of Kansas is selling sex toys to make up for the Brownback tax cuts for the wealthy.
And last but not least who dug up the 16 year old dirt about Gov. Sam Brownback's adversary in the election Rep. Paul Davis? Click here.
Los Angeles is the focus of this special show sharing some of the lesser-known sites to see and places to visit. When we say Los Angeles, we are referring to the entire metropolitan mass of cities and towns that the locals call 'The Southland'. From the Pacific beaches to Disneyland and across town to Universal Studios and Hollywood, the tourist flock to Los Angeles every year. But we have uncovered some places that most out-of-towners miss and few locals take the time to explore. The best part is that these destinations don't cost an arm and a leg and generally are not crowded.
The City of Angels has great history, lots of international culture, beautiful gardens, and an abundance of amazing man-made monuments and architecture. There are spiritual centers of many faiths, quiet and scenic hiking treks, incredible food options, and shopping like nowhere else. If you are travelling to Los Angeles this year, or maybe you're a local who needs to get out more, we've got the ideas for you. Guaranteed to interest both old and young. So join us as we Get Real! in Los Angeles.
Mark and Kally
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Mike Slack and Dave chat tonight with Mike Moon. Among the topics; the Attorney General's refusal to defend the Missouri Constitution and his refusal to enforce Missouri law regarding life, the upcoming legislative session, the upcoming meeting of legislators at Indianapolis regarding Convention of States, and the November ballot questions. We'll also discuss the ongoing campaign. Mike will be joining us again this session for Friday night capital updates.
Is Diehl in trouble in the 89th? We will talk about this and welcome your calls. The best chance for a No Deihl might be no Diehl in January.
Join us live by clicking the link above. Call the studio line to participate. 347-677-1835. It's the best Friday night you'll spend this week.
Program Summary Oct. 6, 2014:
1st Hour: Free Speech Radio News returns to RFK! (30 min.)
SPECIAL 76th District, Kansas debate sponsored by League of Women Voters with incumbent Rep. Peggy Mast (R); candidate Teresa Briggs (D); former Rep. Bill Otto (Independent) Emporia, Sept. 30, 2014. Courtesy You Tube Jonita Otto, producer.
2nd Hour Join the discussion about smalltown life in Kanas with former state Rep. Bill Otto, a lifelong educator and administrator and "the Lineball Sisters", Kay and Sondra.
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