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This week Eleanor Goldfield from Act Out and Rooftop Revolutionaries join our panel to talk about activism, social justice and the situation at Mizzou.
And on Kettle Of Fish, Musician Alex White from White Mystery stops by to talk about Rock And Roll Baby!
So Join Dee, Saucey and Fern for all the Radical Truth Speak we can Verbally Firebomb into your Dispassionate Little EarHoles.
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Advantage vs.Supplement Plans
Perfect Candidates for Each Plan
Penalties for Late Filing
Is There a Cost for Seeing a Specialist?
Coverage for Life Threatening Diseases
State Subsidies Depending on Income
Income Tiers and Tax Planning for 2017
You need to start by knowing the basics. People who research their decision are far more likely to make a good choice.Today we will cover the main components Parts A & B, Part C, and Part D. Medicare.gov is the place to start learning about the plans. I suggest you also visit the Medicare Advantage plan website to get more specifics about plans you may be interested in.
I feel the information we will discuss today will help you beter understand the biggest decision you'll make this year.
Legal privacy protections for email and other cloud-stored data are weak—and could get weaker. Fundamentally, this is a legal and policy issue—not a technical matter--yet it has dire business implications.
In a September 2015 U.S. Court of Appeals hearing, Microsoft challenged the U.S.’s request for private data held in Ireland because the U.S. government asserted its right and that of other nations to access data beyond national borders.
The growing threat of privacy and confidentiality intrusions not only erodes trust in technology, but as people lose confidence in their right to privacy it will also impact small and medium businesses who provide cloud computing solutions to clients. Further, as other nations begin to build their own cloud solutions because ours cannot be trusted to protect their citizens' privacy, American companies operating at the global scale will suffer catastrophic results.
The Law Enforcement Access to Data Stored Abroad Act—or LEADS—will help restore trust in tech by ensuring that digital communications and data receive the same privacy protections as paper letters and documents. It will: (1) Require a court-approved search warrant similar to laws governing access to physical documents; (2) Establish fair rules for government to access data stored abroad—protecting Americans’ privacy and setting a model for other nations; and (3) Strengthen international cooperation—through Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties with other nations.
Join a discussion about what you can do NOW to save U.S. innovation, and why time is of the essence.
Your first act was about everybody else. You built a career. You built a family. You defined yourself by what you did and the roles you played. However, as you embark on your second act, you are ready to do some things differently. This time it is about you. It's time to take your dreams off the backburner, turn up the heat and really start cooking! Nancy Collamer is the author of Second Act Careers: 50+ Ways to Profit from Your Passions During Semi-Retirement. Even if retirement isn't on your radar yet, Nancy has great advice on how to make the most of your second act.
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Lynn Shank, Expert in Later Life Issues and Resources, National Medicare Training Partner, Speaker, Author, and Owner of A+ Longevity, joins us, once again, in the studio to talk about Medicare changes and all things Medicare! Lynn is also author of the book, "Help! My Parents Are Getting Older (And I Don't Know What To Do!)," so we'll be discussing some of the issues of aging parents, as well.
We will also hear from Jazz Mills who will talk about her music and a project she is personally involved with
An Overview of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014 and Subsequent Changes to Wyoming Policy and Practice.
Presenters will provide an overview of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014, with a focus on IV-E requirements for identifying, reporting and determining services for victims of sex and labor trafficking. Listeners will learn about changes to Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS) policies and procedures (as a result of the new federal legislation). The presentation will provide specific information about Wyoming DFS Policy 2.9 (Human Trafficking) and describe new tools being implemented to help identify and provide services to Wyoming victims.
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 or CISA is expected to pass in the house tomorrow, October 27, 2015. The legislation claims to help with cybersecurity, but critics say otherwise.
The bill is a reincarnation of SOPA and CISPA, which were previous failed attempts to pass similar legislation.
CISA puts the department of homeland security in charge of massive data collection powers and provides legal immunity to corporations who share user data with the government. The law also allows DHS to share any data it captures through private sector sharing with any federal agency and even contractors.
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/uFCrxvJxav8
Read more here: http://www.infoworld.com/article/2995960/government/cisa-congress-law.html
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Act One, Episode Three Finale (Re-Do. This is NOT an encore)
Synopsis: In a world where literacy is outlawed and people are dependant on technology, a fireman who burns books for a living eventually changes his perspective and strives to do something about it. The final part of Act One, Episode Three has Guy Montag finally learning the truth about what lead to the demonization of books. But sometimes truth is darker than fabrication and he will have to make a decision that will not only alter his life but also the life of his wife, Mildred.
Rated: PG-13 for Strong, Scary Images and Violence
Written By: Ray Bradbury
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Tim Pylypiuk and Maria Illiou
Music By: The Gentleman Losers and Joe Raposo
Mildred Drawing By: Chicaaaaa (courtesy of DeviantArt)
Fahrenheit 451 available where books are sold
Sanctification is not a "once for all act", but is progressive and continuous through out the life of the believer.
Putting off the oldman
Putting on the new man
One step forward, two steps back. The Packers can't seem to get their act together since the bye week and dropped their second-straight home game on a night when there was so much to play for. The Pack dropped to 7-4 on the season and have fallen completely out of the conversation about top contenders in the NFC. What is going on in Titletown and how can Green Bay start to tackle all of their issues? Jacob and Jason discuss a night to remember. . and forget and look ahead to this Thursday's game against the Detroit Lions on Pulse of the Pack!
Pulse of the Pack is your weekly stop for what's new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf of Today's Pigskin and Jason Perone of CheeseheadTV bring "Pulse" to the Packers Talk Network. Be sure to follow the guys on Twitter at @JacobWestendorf and @JasonPerone.
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