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I have done several shows about Lymphedema and the grassroots efforts to get the Lymphedema Treatment Bill passed. This one came from an original airing of 5/1/10.
"Back in March, we had a show introducting you to the HR 4662 which involves the improvement for health care costs for lymphedema patients. Please join us again today to learn what has been done, what you can do, and what this means to you if you (or someone you know) has lymphedema. We need to get this bill passed in this year's legislation session. We will have Jennifer and Jenny on our show, as well as some other pertinent people that can add more to enlighten about this very important bill." http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oralhistory/2010/05/01/beyond-words-live--understanding-hb-4662
BEYOND WORDS LIVE is designed as a platform for survivors to tell their own stories in their own words.
For more information see http://facebook.com/LymphedemaInTheNews or http://lymphedematreatmentact.org/.
Imagine if you were subject to all kind of restrictions when you went out in public simply because of your race color or religion. Would you rebel and say "why should I wear handcuffs and leg irons in public when I have done nothing wrong?" I know I would! Well my friend, if you would rebel, if you would stand up and say "that simply isn't right!" then you are against BSL! What is BSL you may ask? Well, during today's show we will be discussing BSL (Breed Specific Legislation, also known as Breed Discriminatory Legislation.) and why this type of law is problem legislation. BSL laws are not just a problem in the US, they are a problem globally.
Some countries have significantly tighter restrictions on certain breeds of dogs than the restrictions we see in the US and Canada. We'll be looking at those restrictions, how they affect dog owners, and how we can all work together to overcome this blatant discrimination of dog breeds that is based purely in ignorance. As always, please feel free to join the conversation by calling (646) 716-6583.
It's Freedom Friday. Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, comes out swinging and talks about liberty, American exceptionalism, and the dangers of abandoning of our charters of freedom. Shane discusses the following:
1. Discrimination and minimum wage legislation? What do our young people think and what are the facts?
2. Privacy and the concerns for public safety are intensifying. License plate gathering, cameras on streets and busses, and drones in the skies make for interesting and important concerns for all Americans.
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This Week on "What's Right About Men?" - Yes Means Yes Legislation in California
On this week’s show we will be discussing how turning our collective back on bad behavior has resulted in the new Yes means Yes legislation passed in California. Have we really reached a point where legislation is required for couples to engage in sex? How has egalitarian consciousness lead us to this point? And what, if anything, can be done about it?
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Dr. Stanley Rockson (of Stanford University Medical School) states that: "Lymphedema is a common disease. Approximately 10 million Americans, for example, have lymphedema secondary to breast and pelvic cancer therapy, recurrent infections, injuries, or vascular surgery." (2010) Imagine, if there were approximately 10 million Americans then, how many more there are now in 2014 (knowing that there is no cure for it as it stands to date)?
For many years, I had key advocates come on my show to discuss various cases and, especially, the aspects of advocating in the legislature. On January 27th, Heather Ferguson (one of those advocates) will come on my show to discuss some updates on those legislative issues being presented.
Today, though, I will open the mic up to patients, advocates, and caregivers especially to tell their stories on how Lymphedema has affected them. We will then share this with legislators to personally hear the many stories typical to illustrate the pervasiveness of this condition.
Please mark your calendars and join us on March 6th at 10a CST to share and/or be better informed about these issues.
1st HOUR: Law and Disorder Radio is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.
Three top progressive lawyers host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases the show is the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.
Dr. Karen Jacobson, affectionately known as “Dr. J” has been serving the community since 1992, sharing a message of Health and Healing through a variety of print, radio and television media including 12 News Long Island, 12News WKPNX, Cox 7-AZ, KAZTV and Design & Lifestyle Channel. She was the official Wellness Advisor Healthy U TV Show. She is honored to share her stories with the world as a multi-published author in three books: “Change Your World” “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Miracles Happen” and International bestseller “Ready, Aim, Inspire!”
Dr. Jacobson served as a Non-Commissioned Officer in the Israeli Army and held leadership roles in professional organizations, serving the profession for over 12 years as Board Member and District Director of NY Chiropractic Council and Arizona State Representative to the International Chiropractors Association Assembly, integrating business and legislation.
Dr. Jacobson invested years studying leadership, human behavior, communication and Law of Attraction. She has received certifications in Coaching, NLP-Neuro Linguistic Programming, TimeLine Therapy™ and Hypnotherapy and in addition is a certified trainer.
As a High Performance Strategist she focuses on the Mind-Body Connection which elevates your health, career and human potential. She coaches CEO's, entrepreneurs, athletes and individuals who choose to operate at a high performance in life with the desire to improve their mind, body and spirit, to create overall wellness. By blending Intuition with Science, Dr. Jacobson provides you the Keys to Unlock Your Ultimate Potential and Live an Extraordinary Life!
Murray, UT – In June 2008, dual legislation passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate designated September as Gospel Music Heritage Month. In recognition of Gospel Music Heritage Month, Close-Up Talk Radio will spotlight Mama’s Temple Church Choir of Utah.
Mama's Temple Church Choir is a Pentecostal gospel choir led by Minister of Music Rosalind E. Cazares. Named for Rosalind’s mother Dr. Rosemary Redmon Cosby, affectionately known as “Mama,” the choir has since become one of the most renowned in the country, bringing its unique traditional gospel music to countless venues throughout the state of Utah for over 30 years.
“I learned how to find God to get the spirit into the song from my mother,” says Rosalind. “When you sing, you have to sanctify yourself. They’re not Gospel songs until you can feel the spirit of God when you’re singing.”
Rosalind says the choir is dedicated to keeping Mama’s legacy alive by using the communal spirit of gospel music to reinforce a belief in God and sing His praise. Each show is unique, with the choir offering an extensive repertoire of songs including everything from “Amazing Grace” to “Two Wings” to “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. The choir can even perform songs by audience request.
Rosalind says that at its very best, gospel music can be our salvation.
“When I sing these songs it fills my spirit. I feel God, so of course you’ve got to get that shout in,” laughs Cazares. “It’s a really, really good feeling to hear the sound of all these voices singing His praise together. God can hear us.”
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"When a human being lives a life in which he or she enjoys freedom, justice and equality, awareness arises and one can focus on selfless giving - you qualify to be a parent because you are capable of the unconditional love that a parent has for a child.
But it is extremely difficult for Black people to get on and remain on this level, because we do not have freedom, justice and equality. We must give too much energy to the survival issues, which pull us down. This is why we cannot ignore our condition. Our freedom - or lack of - directly affects our ability to experience love and happiness in our community." Truth has come to you~
Saint? Missionary? Scientist? Explorer?
The titles applied to David Livingstone since his death are eclectic enough to seem dubious, and with good reason. In view of his own journals, saint is out of the question; even missionary is problematic when one considers his conversion record. But despite his fame as a scientist and explorer, titles he certainly earned, these were not the fields through which Livingstone left his most indelible mark on Africa.
Somehow, his impact on abolishing what he called "this awful slave-trade" continues to be overlooked as the centerpiece of his African mission.
The Daring Heart of David Livingstone is Livingstone’s story told in full, from the beginning of his time in Africa to the legislation that saved millions after his death.
His contribution to abolition, and particularly the Christian faith that fueled his efforts, have been overlooked in the public record for too long. This is David Livingstone’s untold story.
Jay Milbrandt is a professor at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is a Senior Fellow in Global Justice with the Nootbaar Institute at Pepperdine University School of Law where he formerly directed the Global Justice Program. He travels throughout the world as a human rights lawyer, manages global initiatives in Africa and Southeast Asia, and consults with organizations engaged in human rights and legal development efforts.
American Vernacular's Midterm Madness continues as we turn our eyes to the California ballot and two very controversial propositions and their impact on healthcare. Prop 45 would require rates be set and monitored by the state's insurance commissioner who is an elected official unlike a privately appointed panel not accountable to the voter and Prop 46 calls for the mandatory drug testing of all physicians and the indexing of the current medical malpractice cap of $250,000.
Tune in and we talk about this legislation and how it can restore the rights of every person with the potential to be a patient in the state of California and beyond. Join the conversation. Call (619) 768-2924.