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2014 has been a rough year for military personnel and members of the veterans community. The year began with a budget crisis, following a government shutdown and over five years without a signed and approved Federal Budget. And while some sense of fiscal responsibility seems to have finally come to the White House and Congress, things for those who still serve, and have served, continue to go from bad to worse. Forced drawdowns of active-duty military personnel continue, despite escalations of enemy action in places like Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. The Department of Veterans Affairs, despite the firing of its top leadership and years of saying that they are, "working the problems," in fact was proven in 2014 to be a criminally corrupt and morally bankrupt organization totally failing in their chartered mission. And as if to punctuate the continuing downward spiral for individuals who serve and have served, service/veterans benefits continue to be eroded in the Fiscal Year 2015 budget, which offers only a paltry 1% pay increase to those who go into harms way for America.
To get a better sense of just what military personnel and veterans will be facing in the coming year, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@Greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest co-host this week will be journalist Donna Lyons. Herself a military/veterans spouse, Ms. Lyons writes extensively about the service/veterans community, and has her own intriguing observations regarding their present day experiences and service. Callers are encouraged to call in and offer questions and opinions to Mr. Gresham and Ms. Lyons, in an hour that we are dedicating to those who serve, those who have served, and those who will serve. Please join us.
On a new edition of The Cruz Control Podcast, host Randy Cruz talks NBA Basketball with Ben Lyons, radio host on ESPNLA 710 and the host of "The Lyons Den Podcast", as well as Alex Kennedy, editor and writer for Basketball Insiders.
Topics include the New York Knicks, L.A. Lakers, Kobe Bryant, Cleveland Cavaliers, best team in the East & West, early MVP's and more.
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Tammy Lyons very well may be northeast Ohio's best ambassador (besides that LeBron guy). Tammy, a yoga instructor and owner of Inner Bliss Yoga studios in Cleveland, has a unique way of celebrating businesses in Cleveland. She's doing 365 days of handstands. That's right. Each day she does a handstand at a local business and promotes it via social media outlets. What's more, she co-founded Believe in CLE, a yoga movement taking shape in the heart of Cleveland. In partnership with Cleveland-area landmark venues, local yoga studios and like-minded organizations, Believe in CLE is a meaningful event anchored by a dynamic community yoga practice that includes music, dancing, education and food. Last summer, 1,400 yogis congregated on the plaza of the world-famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame creating Cleveland’s largest outdoor yoga practice in its history.
For the next 60 minutes, "put fear aside and step into possibility" with Tammy Lyons. By the way, that's how she describes doing a handstand.
Richard Lyons was charged in his daughter's death in 2011. He was not initially a suspect, but police and prosecutors say that within days, his story started to unravel and his actions seemed inconsistent with a grieving father. Then, came blood spatter evidence. Those two things together were the case against Richard Lyons.
He was recently convicted, and sentenced to 60
Patty Lyons knitwear designer and teacher is joingin Marly to talk about her new Annies classes and other great things happening in her business.
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part 2 in our "revelation" series. we will cover chapters 2 and 3 (the letters to the churches). it will be a very full episode and will start right away because every minute will be needed for this one!
you will notice that i gave a certain example of mary and john. well, i actually meant, mary and joseph, lol. please forgive my brain farts. all the notes can be found in the link below!
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Dr Bradley Nelson will be interviewing documentary film maker Justin Lyons, creator of E-Motion.
Fans from around the world will be tuning-in to ask Dr. Brad their energy healing questions. So don't miss this chance to learn from the author of The Emotion Code and The Body Code.
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Floyd Red Crow Westerman talks about how America was predicted by his ancestors to come and go.
6 Nations Faithkeeper Oren R. Lyons ... talks about the 7th generation and America's has emphasized "rights" but has forgotten about "responsibility" and how to create leaders from childhood.
Nowa Cuming (Dennis Banks) speaks In front of the Capitol Building Washington D.C. in July 2008.
Kandi Mossett, an enrolled member of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nations located on the Fort Berthold Reservation within the state of North Dakota, graduated from the University of North Dakota's Earth Systems Science and Policy Program in December of 2006 and now holds a Masters degree in Environmental Management. She has works with the Indigenous Environmental Network
Hopi Native speaks on Uranium Contamination, healing, Aliens & Prophecy
Audio from the film Directed and Produced by Gayil Nalls:
Tom Dostou: The Seven Fires Prophecy
"We can no longer be complacent to our eight to five jobs, or punch in the clock and expect the earth to heal itself—the time is too short." — Tom Dostou (Copyright © 1995-2013, by Nalls Studio, All Rights Reserved)