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Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals. This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Tales) talk about a rejuvenated offense, a 7-3 West Coast swing (after starting 0-2!) and the state of the NL Central race. Plus it wouldn't be a show about the Cardinals without talking about injuries, though thankfully it's more about who may be returning than who is hurt. Finally, they'll look forward at a really big homestand coming up this week.
August 30, 2015 Special Broadcase 9pm Eastern 8pm Cenral
Pat Risser spent over ten years (1973 –1987) as a "mental patient" with over twenty hospitalizations including state hospital and various treatment modalities. His lived experience includes (often forced) inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization, day treatment, individual, group and medication therapy He recovered fully and worked as a professionalThe organization also monitored facilities for compliance on issues such as use of seclusion and restraints. Pat started over 60 self-help, peer support groups (and local AMI family member He is also the recipant of numerous awards. Pat Risser will provide a unique perspective of where are movement is and a look to the future. A person who does not understand his past is bound to repeat the future. Call in and join the conversation at 267-521-167 or lessen on podcast or blog radio.
in Self Help
Look at the state of the world; Apostasy, lawlessness, murders, injustices, racism, slavery, riots, premature or sudden deaths. People are doing whatever they want to do. People has asked “where is God?” He is here, but He is waiting for us to do something. He is NOT A DICTATOR. He does leave some things for us. We continue to live unholy, unrighteous, complain, lie, steal, and break man’s laws. Most important, we continue to disobey or break God’s laws without confessing or repenting of your sins and breaking The Ten Commandments and not following the instructions that Jesus/Yeshua left for the church.
Letitia Peters states, "Many believers/saints are God gives a solution to every problem, but someone has to be looking for a solution. God gave me a solution, but the enemy is doing everything possible to suppress it on social media, e-mails, faxes, phone calls, and with the media. I echo the words of Michael L. Galiga, author of Win Every Battle who states, “You’ve got to change things in the invisible realm. That’s where most people miss getting their breakthrough. In the Bible, Jesus told us to pray for God’s will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. What we need to do is pull heaven down to earth. The invisible, supernatural world controls the natural world.” The believers/saints should have no doubt and should incorporate another alternative-prayer and fasting (Matthew 17:14-21). I am calling for 2 days of national and international Days of Prayer and Fasting like Jehosophat. Jehosephat called a day of fasting and prayer for the whole nation, and asked God to intervene. The result was that God did intervene. The Lord brought about a massive and miraculous victory. This was the result of prayer and fasting." We need you. Will you join us? Visit www.ManifestTheTruth.com
Show cancelled due too bad weather
We will continue from last weeks show discussing the words (issue, registrar, promulgate, promulgation), free access cable station to expose these criminals, Title 28 tort clamis, going to city counsel meetings, making Secretary of State responsible for debt, cases Haines vs. Kerner and Platsky vs. Cia using exemption to discharge the case and much more.
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The Eagles-Packers preseason game, who will make the Birds' final 53-man roster and the career and life of Darryl Dawkins will be among the topics discussed during PhillyPhanatics.com's Philly Sports Talk. To join Gordon Glantz, Ron Opher, Josh Landsburg and host Eric Fisher on the live broadcast (Sunday, 6:30-7 p.m.), please call 1-805-727-7014.
Topics this week: the best and worst of Kentucky, 2015 elections, and social media. And of course, your calls. Join the conversation by dialing 858-683-1326. Be sure to press the 1 key on your phone, when prompted, if you want to speak (some people just dial in and listen).
Ken Moellman gives the run-down on the state of Liberty in Kentucky. Tune in weekly as Ken Moellman addresses major issues, in Kentucky and the nation, and promotes solutions based in liberty. Ken Moellman is a political activist who has been a spokesperson, campaign manager, candidate, and party leader. He is now the owner of the polling firm Northern Kentucky Opinions.
Oregon plays Eastern Washington, Ole Miss plays Tennessee-Martin, Clemson clashes with mighty Wofford, Missouri battles powerful Southeast Missouri State, Oklahoma hosts Akron, LSU tangles with some Cowboys from McNeese State, Florida State hosts Texas State...and A LOT of other really awful games from Thursday to Saturday.
But there are also some really intriguing games. Alabama and Wisconsin will probably play the most boring game in history, Boise State and Washington will try and see who can make Chris Petersen feel the best, Stanford and Northwestern battle for the "We're Smarter than You" trophy, Arizona State shows off their new adidas threads to remind Texas A&M why they never should have left adidas, Notre Dame and Texas play in a game everybody would have cared about if this was 1999 and Ohio State travels to Virginia Tech to put a whooping on Virginia Tech. Is it time for Frank Beamer to retire? Yes. He should have retired after last year's win in Columbus.
Who will win the Heisman? Who really cares at this point? We do! So do you! So tune in. You'll enjoy it. You know you will. And then you'll tell you friends. And that makes us happy.
Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show
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Zilch Fletcher..Lobotomy..Bloody Guts..Monsters
Anyone that has ever seen Zilch will never forget him..
One of the Funniest Guys I have Ever met..Lives in Up State NY Now.
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From the Balitic to the Black Sea, the last year has seen the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) return to its roots - the defense of Europe from Russian aggression.
The names and players have changes significantly since a quarter century ago - but in many ways things look very familiar.
To discuss NATO's challenge in the East in the second decade of the 21st Century for the full hour will be Dr. Jorge Benitez.
Jorge is the Director of NATOSource and a Senior Fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security.
He specializes in NATO, European politics, and US national security, and previously served as Assistant for Alliance Issues to the Director of NATO Affairs in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He has also served as a specialist in international security for the Department of State and the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis.
Dr. Benitez received his BA from the University of Florida, his MPP from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and his PhD from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Lawrence County coaches, atheletes and fans about " football rivarly week" and thier love of Lawrence County sports! Coach Rich Dutton is in his 4th season as head coach at Lawrence County High School. He will be coaching the defensive line this season. He is a 1994 graduate of Lawrence County High School, and recieved a B.S. in Spanish from UNA in 1998 where he ran track and cross-country. He coached at Lawrence County as an assistant from 1999-2005 and at Russellville High School from 2006-2007. Most recently he served as defensive coordinator at Austin High School from 2008-2011. He is married to the former Kesha Jeffreys. They have two children, Gracie (14) and Gage (13). Coach Dutton was a part of histroy this past Friday night when he faced his in county rival East Lawrence High School and tied a state record of 7 overtimes. Coach Jarrod Helms is in his first year at East Lawrence High School and also will go down in the history books in this game to remember. He was previously the Atheletic Director and Head Football Coach at Brilliant High School where he led the school to it's first playoff with in over a decade. He also coached at Deshler, Buckhorn, and Russellville High School. He is originally from the Chalybeate Springs area. He is married to Tara Nesmith Helms, and they have three children, Anna (7), Brady (3), and Bella (1). Coach Helms and his family are members of Providence Baptist Church
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