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The Malliard Report hosted by Jim Malliard has joined Take 2 Radio as a special host to talk about all things paranormal and more! Listen to his shows every Saturday at 7pm EST.
My name is Josh Heard. I have been a paranormal investigator for about 16 years now. Some of my "bigger" investigations have taken place at locations such as the Villisca Axe Murder House in Villisca, IA, and Workman's Chapel in Maryville, MO which is what I wrote about in my first book. I really enjoy writing about all things paranormal and hope to do more in the near future.
Josh is the author of "When Ghost Hunting Goes Wrong: A Brush with Evil" and "Haunting the Hunters" available on Amazon.
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The Dirtiest County in America: Shades of Maryville.
A politically connected former teacher has agreed to a plea deal in sexual misconduct case.
PLUS: Franken fumbles Camelot meeting? 26th awarded for violating their own rules in GAL appointments? Calvino walks free and has unsupervised visits with children?
~~Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan, I am your host!
~~The definition of Maverick is an unorthodox or independent-minded person.
Also called a TrailBlazer! I have the pleasure of chatting with one of these "Thinking Outside The Box Artists" tonight...joining me is Author Deborah Allen!
Deborah Allen currently teaches at St. Louis Community College, Meramec and Lindenwood University, while she pursues her doctorate degree at Maryville University, and is a proud wife, mother, and grandmother.
TODAY AT NOON ON GUERRILLA RADIO:
The latest from the Maryville rapes; Political Theater in Washington
Paige, the youngest of the Maryville rape victims, speaks out on what happened in January of 2012 and since.
AND: Smug prosecutor, sheriff point finger of blame at victims while calling for an independent prosecutor to review the case.
PLUS: An interview with Anonymous on #OpMaryville and the similarities to Steubenville,OH.
ALSO: YouTube censors Maryville video.
in Self Help
On the next episode of College Life Engagement hosted by Life Coach Tommy Brown we will feature the power of service learning experiences for college students. Tommy has just returned from an amazing week with 9 college students in San Francisco, California. Five of these students will be joining him on College Life Engagement on the Life Coach Radio Network. Call in to join the conversation about the amazing opportunity for learning, serving, and growing that service learning opportunities provide.
Guests on Sunday's show will be Appalachian State University students - Melissa Reavis, Jake Thomas, Connor Strand, Becca Merritt, and Patrick Long.
Rev. Tommy Brown (email@example.com) is founder of College Life Engagement which works with college students and their parents through their transition into, through and beyond college. He also serves as adjunct faculty at ASU teaching courses in the Recreation Management and First Year Seminar programs. He received his MDiv from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 1990 and his BA in English/Theater from Maryville College in 1984. He and his wife Karen, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, have two sons Hayden a senior Maryville College in Tennessee and Shafer a first year student at Kansas City Art Institute. He is the author of Unscripted: Engaging Life after College was published by Parson’s Porch Press was released and is available on Amazon.com, BarnsandNoble.com and other sources including from Tommy.
Excellence in Progressive Radio. The Liberal Fix team welcomes Courtney Cole. Courtney is the Executive Director of Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus, and the Executive Director for the MO Senate Democratic Campaign Committee. She also very recently founded a movement named "Justice for Daisy." The story involves the then 14 year old Daisy Coleman whose alleged rape in 2012 in Maryville, Missouri was ignored by the legal system.
As always, we offer a recap of the week in Progressive or Liberal Politics. News, Commentary and Analysis. This is a must-add to your can't-miss directory of Progressive Podcasts or Liberal Podcasts.
Hosted by Indiana writer Dan Bimrose and co-hosted by Iowa activist Crystal Kayser, sociologist Keith Brekhus from Montana and our producer Naomi Minogue from California, every week the three of them feature a special guest and tackle those tough issues with a perspective that comes from outside the beltway.
If you are interested in being a guest and for any other inquiries or comments concerning the show please contact Naomi Minogue via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Liberal Fix community, a like-minded group of individuals dedicated to promoting progressive ideals and progressive activists making a difference.
My first guest on Author Chat for 2014 is fellow St. Louisan Deborah Allen. Deborah will be 'chatting' with me about her new book, The Church of Forgiveness.
About the book:
Family and forgiveness are terms that should go hand and hand. In most family relationships, forgiveness is a speed bump of everyday occurrences. In this book, The Church of Forgiveness, life for Deborah Allen has its sweet spots and its sour patches. Learning to forgive is a journey Allen takes through the hallways of her church, high school and bedroom. TCOF is a collection of essays that Allen sat down and penned to share her experiences, good or bad, right or wrong. She shares it all in a way to gather the pieces of her life in words. She shares stories about her father and mother and their relationship. She shares her life as a preacher's daughter growing up in the black church. She shares stories of how she dealt with learning about who her father was and how she began to accept and deal with that knowledge. She shares the heartbreak of learning her daughter had cancer and their struggle to overcome it. She briefly highlights her special relationship with her grandson, Drake. Ending the book with Family Matters, a recollection of how and why forgiveness is essential to move forward in life.
About the author:
Underestimated, counted out, denied, and even forgotten. From high school dropout to college professor, Allen currently teaches at St. Louis Community College, Meramec and Lindenwood University, while she pursues her doctorate degree at Maryville University, and is a proud wife, mother, and grandmother.
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This week on College Life Engagement I'll be interviewing four college students who have or are finding various approaches to success in college. Guests include my son Hayden and his girlfriend Brittani who are in their senior year at Maryville College and also my son Shafer who is a first year at Kansas City Art Institute and his girlfriend Katy a junior at Western Carolina University. They are all home for the holidays - so what a great opportunity to talk with these four successful students.
Our wide ranging conversation will include college life, academics, relationships, study abroad, family dynamics, graduation, post college planning, and other topics. You are welcome to join the conversation by calling in to the live show on Sunday afternoon.
Host - Rev. Tommy Brown (email@example.com) is founder of College Life Engagement which works with college students and their parents through their transition into, through and beyond college. He also serves as adjunct faculty at ASU teaching courses in the Recreation Management and First Year Seminar programs. He received his MDiv from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 1990 and his BA in English/Theater from Maryville College in 1984. He and his wife Karen, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, have two sons Hayden a senior Maryville College in Tennessee and Shafer a first year student at Kansas City Art Institute. He is the author of Unscripted: Engaging Life after College was published by Parson’s Porch Press was released and is available on Amazon.com, BarnsandNoble.com and Collegelifeengagement.com.
Join ParaNation as we close out 2013 with a horrifying bang as Alex Matsuo talks to Ed and Marsha Becker about their terrfying experience with the paranormal that led to the first televised exorcism on NBC in 1971. The Beckers' story has been featured on SyFy's Paranormal Witness on the episode, "The Tenants", and depicted in Ed's best-selling book, True Haunting.
Edwin F. Becker has also acted as guest, host and co-host on numerous commercial and internet radio shows in the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom and Australia. He was born in Chicago, Illinois, a Baby Boomer. Coming from an abusive broken home, he spent a number of elementary years in Maryville, a Catholic children's institution. There, he learned Latin and became an altar boy. He went on to become a professional musician and spent his later teen years traveling the states with an R&B Show band. During his travels, he met and married his wife, Marsha, of 47 years.
Ed has been writing original stories for over three decades for pure enjoyment. He has two daughters that have given him four granddaughters. Today Ed and Marsha reside in Branson, where they enjoy the year around activity and entertainment. Ed is very opinionated and many of his works contain a strong social subtext. Missouri, the "Show Me" state, seems an appropriate place to reside. His personal philosophy? "Leave everything and everyone better than you found them."
FRIDAY. HIGH NOON.
Join us for a very special edition of Guerrilla Radio's F*uck You Friday.
Duane Lester from All American Blogger and The Missouri Torch website joins us.
Courtney Cole, Executive Director of the Greater KC Woman's Political Caucus joins us.
We will be talking about Daisy Coleman, Paige Parkhurst and the rally/vigil held in Maryville earlier this week.
Earlier this week, Mr Lester and the Torch released an editorial that characterized the rally organized by Ms Cole as 'radical feminisim'. He objected to the use of the term 'rape culture' by the event's speakers.
He will be with us, along with event coordinator Courtney Cole, to talk about #OpMaryville #Justice4Daisy #Justice4Paige and why rape culture is on center stage in Maryville.
Call in. Join the conversation.
You won't want to miss a single second of this one.
TONIGHT ON GUERRILLA RADIO PRIME TIME (8-10P Cen.):
Justice For Daisy and #OpMaryville
The rape of two girls in Maryville has drawn the attention of the hack-tivist group Anonymous. What you need to know about Justice for Daisy...
Taxation without representation continues as austerity's stage is set. This week, the US will default on its debt and, using shock and awe tactics, they will force Austerity upon us.
GUERRILLA RADIO AT NOON:
F*ck You Friday! and the first episode of 'The Real Housewives of Camden County'!
Lessons From Maryville:
What Anonymous shows us about the power of networking and working together to ensure justice is met and how we can apply those same tactics to effect change in our own community.
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