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In what ways are clans relevant today? How do modern societies coexist with clans? To what extent does the existence of clans impact democratic formation and stability? On Friday, March 7, 2014, we'll trade fours with Legal Historian & Author, Mark S. Weiner whose new book The Rule of the Clan offers insight into contemporary struggles to recognize both the individual and the community. How is this like community building, improvisation, and the global spread of jazz? Join us on Trading Fours at 11AM Eastern and 8AM Pacific and "Get in on the rhythm."
Who Said Hiring Staff Has to Be Difficult or Painful?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping organizations hire leaders and staff for more than 40 years.
On this show, Jeff will talk about mistakes too many employers make that turn off good job applicants . . . and these days of social media where one person can spoil all of your great efforts, you wnat to be darned near perfect!
Trying to hire someone? Email me at JeffAltman@TheBigGameHunter.us
BTR's WORDBEAT Poetry & Music & open mic hosted by Poet Yvonne de la Vega with occasional co-host Poet John Barrymore. Listeners in the WordBeat chatLounge mingle, network, listen and call in. Poets call in and share poems while WordBeat spins tracks for cool rhythm and cadence. The open mike sessions are fun and always all inclusive, artistically challenging and spiritually rewarding for both poet and listener. Guest Call-in (646) 929-0302
Tynicka and Liz talk about Dreamwork's campaign to bring Lassie back to the forefront...to sell stuff.
NY Times "Lassie as Salesdog" http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/17/business/media/lassie-as-salesdog-one-more-trip-to-the-well.html?ref=todayspaper&_r=1
Lassie visits Parade Magazine to promote Save the Children partnership http://parade.condenast.com/333015/parade/333015/
Lassie stop on comeback tour: Ryan Seacrest: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2726982/Lassie-prepares-make-comeback-help-Ryan-Seacrest.html
Welcome to the show! After a brief hiatus, I'm back! On today's show I discuss the famous quote of outgoing President Dwight D. Eisenhower about the impending consequences of a military industrial complex. The reality is that Western society had long been militarized before the 1950's. Commercial law is born out of the law of the seas, or maritime law which falls under admirality jurisdiction where the Admiral (or Captain of a ship) has full control over that ship and is the C(E)O of that vessel or corporation. The United States Government has been incorporated since at least 1933, again thanks to the Emergency Banking Act of 1933. Since that time Congress has acted under the authority of the infamous Commerce Clause to the U.S. Constitution, having its power limited and controlled via bankruptcy to the Federal Reserve Bank, a privately owned foreign corporation. The nation lives and operates off of Commercial Law via U.S. Code, and just like the Uniform Code of Military Justice, the U.S. Code is martial in its effects. Commercial Law attempts to regulate everything, just as a military commander uses micro-management to control and command his troops, so to does Commercial Law micro-manage the populace.
I also discuss how misconceptions and deceptions from the Media (both mainstream and alternative) have mischaracterized the events that have taken place in Ferguson MO. The police have been cast in a light of militarized "thugs" thanks to the deciet of the Media. Of course the reasons why police have the equipment they have today is due to the militarization of our society where joe schmo public can purchase a fully automatic assault rifle, given enough money, time, and licenses. We live in an era of home made bombs and mass shootings. Although crime in the U.S. is less than other countries, it is still greater than in others. The police must deal with the reality of a militarized society.
Thanks for listening! -Adam.
There various factors that can either significantly help or hinder your online sale's conversion rates. Maintaining a top performing web site is paramount relative to speed, ease-of-use, and efficiency. Other vital factors include web hosting, security, and find-ability. How well does your web property perform in correlation with today's digital landscape? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week: Cindy & I are joined by two legends of the game. Jane Blalock & Elaine Crosby.
Jane Blalock - President of The Legends Tour
Elaine Crosby - Former LPGA Tour Player. Director of the Wendy’s Charity Classic in Jackson, Michigan.
Join us "Live" Tuesday morning at 9:00 AM EST for the "WOMEN OF GOLF" www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
SCIENCE,SOCIAL EDUCATION & YOUR LOCAL ZOO
Dr. Elizabeth Mulkerrin, Director of Education at Omaha's world-famous Henry Doorly Zoo (and Board Member of NSELA, National Science Education Leadership Association) is our guest
Presented by CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL and WILDLIFE ACOUSTICS
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Do you feel pushed and pulled in all directions?
Do you find that once you complete one task, 3 more pop up?
Do you feel you don’t even have the time to delegate?
The truth is chaos does not have to be a way of life.
Join us every Tuesday at 9:00am ET - on the radio for a 5 minute discussion regarding a real-world situation that busy professional and enterpreneurs face every day.
After the 5 minute discussion, the phone lines are open for some Q&A
If you want more information, why don’t we schedule an appointment, where I get to know more about your unique situation. And then I will be happy to make recommendations on what your best steps are moving forward. How does that sound?
Hi, my name is Laura Rose. I am a speaker and author. I am an expert time and project management.
I help busy professionals and entrepreneurs create effective systems so that they can comfortably delegate to others, be more profitable and have time to enjoy life even if they don’t have time to learn new technology or train their staff. I have a knack for making big ideas into on time and profitable projects.
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This week's style topic: High Style, Low Price--Secrets of shopping consignment stores
Sometimes I just want to shop! There are times I just want to go shopping and buy something new. You know the feeling, you enjoy getting out there and looking around at all the pretty things. The problem is we can't always give in to these desires and must work within our monthly budgets. One of the best things about style is it can be found in a variety of places and at a variety of price-points!
Shop consignment! There are great wardrobe bargains to be found at consignment stores! Consignment stores are selective by taking in only the best and current styles that will sell. Shopping second-hand is not only a great way to improve your style on a budget, but it’s a great way to live a "greener" lifestyle. You are 're-purposing" clothes that aren't right for someone else but could be simply fabulous for you!
“High Style, Low Price”... the in's and out's of shopping consignment stores successfully when you order your Personal Profile today. These tips are straight from consignment store owners. They are sharing with you how to get the best bargains--when to shop and how to shop and pay less! These tips will change the way you acquire your wardrobe forever!
Los últimos días de Vendaval, el caballo de paso fino que se volvió carretillero
Después de tres años de mover hasta 700 kilos de peso, Vendaval abandonará su vida en la calle. Será adoptado dentro del plan de sustitución de zorras en Cali.
Por: Carolina Martínez | agosto 25, 2014
Los últimos tres años los ha pasado a sol y agua en la calle arrastrando bultos de maíz y frijol que pesan hasta 700 kilos en una carretilla, un peso equivalente al de un carro Twingo. Es un animal fuerte, aunque se le marquen las costillas cuando camina. Su pelaje opaco y café parece un tapete que el sol ha ido destiñendo porque alguien olvidó en las cuerdas del patio. Su dueño invierte todos los días $15.000 para comprarle su ración de comida -agua miel, mogolla, caña, a veces concentrado- y pagarle el parqueadero donde pernocta junto a otros treinta caballos con los que comparte el misma oficio.