• 00:59

    Girls Just Wanna Have Guns

    in Politics Conservative

    Today if you want to empower a woman, put a gun in her hand. The confidence from learning to shoot a firearm is far superior to anything one could ever imagine and it’s genuinely better than any gender studies course taught on college campuses today.


     


    A gun in a woman’s hand is her best chance of survival. Despite government attempts to institute greater gun control on American citizens we’ve seen a dramatic increase in gun ownership, especially among women… women who have taken it upon themselves to rely upon no one but themselves.


     


    A team of acclaimed filmmakers are producing a movie with Regis Giles, who has the website of the same title. Girls Just Wanna Have Guns will be a 90-minute documentary motion picture, intended for all audiences that will serve as a wake-up call to all Americans.


     


     


    Tags:  Regis Giles, guns, 2d Amendment, Girls Just Wanna Have Guns, Obama, war on women, self defense, gun control

  • 00:15

    Fear of Being Hurt Part 2

    in Self Help

    Do you fear being hurt? Listen in today as Dawna continues part two, Fear of being hurt.


    Host, Dawna Hetzler shares her fears. We all fear something. What is that you fear? Dawna will discuss three things to help you combat fear. Do you want to be the warrior God created you to be? Do you want to be your more authentic self? Break through the barriers, and conquer your fears. Empower yourself. Live life to the fullest and quit living in fear. Fear robs you of the joys of today. You can do it. You are not alone in your fears. You are stonger than you think you are. You are a warrior, ready to fight any fear that comes your way.


     


     

  • 00:36

    Growing your Referral Partner Network

    in Legal

    Episode 42 of Building Your Law Practice with Jim Thompson and Nick Augustine


    Referrals are the best source of business for many lawyers. When someone we know, like and trust gives out our name to an individual looking for our services, and there is already an endorsement, we are more likely to earn business from the prospective client. Referrals can come from current and past clients, but also from people in what we call the Referral Partner Network. Today we talk about setting up reciprocal relationships with client referral partners.


    About this weekly show:


    The reason we bring you all this program is to promote a referral mindset because referrals are solid sources of repeat business and derivative income.  Why is it that lawyers are not getting the referrals they need to grow their practice? Listen and learn to tips you can use today!


    Brought to you in part by Members’ Choice Federal Credit Union in Denton, Texas on Unicorn Lake Boulevard. You may be eligible to join Members Choice if you live, work, worship or attend school in Denton or Argyle, Texas.


    About Jim and Nick:


    Jim Thompson is a retired lawyer who is well-known for helping attorneys get on track to earning more clients through simple cost-effective activities. Jim is the author of "Why Lawyers Fail To Get Referrals and What They Can Do About It."


    Nick Augustine helps lawyers share tips and stories about their practice areas by writing their blog content, managing social media and producing Internet radio podcasts.

  • 00:30

    Inside the movies and more ep 17

    in Film

    We talk about movies and mores

  • 00:30

    Charlie Crimebuster EP7

    in Education

    A show about crime prevention 

  • 00:31

    Awakening Coaching with Arjuna Ardagh

    in Spirituality

     


    Arjuna Ardagh is an Awakening Coach, writer and public speaker. He has trained more than 1500 people to become facilitators of awakening.  He is the author of eight books, including the 2005 #1 national bestseller The Translucent Revolution, featured in “O” magazine. His new book, Better than Sex, is the complete introduction to Awakening Coaching. He has been a speaker at conferences all over the world, including recent talks at Google and  the United Nations. He has appeared on TV, radio and in print media in twelve countries. He lives with his wife, Chameli Ardagh, in California. Find out more at arjunaardagh.com.


     

  • 00:30

    Sports: The New Opiate of the Masses

    in Spirituality

    Karl Marx famously said that religion was the opiate of the masses. With organized religion in steady decline, what will take its place? I believe that sports have already taken its place. From children being chauffeured around the countryside to play in sporting events of all types to adults who are scandalized about the inflation level of the balls athletes play with, we are a culture obsessed with sports. It's no better in Europe, where they seem to never have met a soccer match that didn't call for a riot or trampling other spectators. What's this about? Is it healthy, or is it a sign of a bigger problem? This and more, today on Interspiritual Insights.

  • 00:43

    Filmmaker Chris Eilenstine: Writer & Director of "The Soulless"

    in Radio

    Chris Eilenstine wants you to forget everything you know about the living dead. The Soulless is a post-apocalyptic story about a father and daughter surviving a zombie apocalypse that has wiped out most of humanity. The two main characters are David his daughter Nicole. Their story begins on Z Day, when the plague is released and most of humanity is wiped out. Nicole and her father find they have special immunities and abilities; and the zombie population doesn’t attack them. They can walk among the zombies without fear of being eaten. The story becomes about two people forming strong family bonds and surviving together, learning what it means to be a father and a daughter in a way that few people ever do. The word zombie first appeared in The Oxford English Dictionary in 1819, but the first introduction of the word into the English-speaking world was an 1889 article in Harper's Magazine called The Country of the Comers-Back by journalist Lafcadio Hearn. While learning local customs of the Caribbean, Hearn came across a legend of corps cadavres or walking dead. The fear of zombies was tied to the practices of voodoo where it is possible for their idea of a soul to be removed and replaced by a god or sorcerer. Voodoo was deeply connected with the forced work and slavery of the people of the Caribbean; the main fear was that it'd be possible after death for a sorcerer to reanimate your corpse into an obedient drone. Meet Filmmaker Chris Eilenstine and find out more about his interest in all things zombie. After the interview, visit After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.

  • 00:31

    Ideal Network with Darlene Sartore talking about creating your desired results

    in Business

    Ideal Network with Darlene Sartore talking about creating your desired results.....


    Peter Mingils and Darlene talking about the Ideal Network on Building Fortunes Radio.


    Darlene Sartore - founder of "The Ideal Network". You can find more about Darlene at: Http://www.Ideal-Network.biz 


    This project is about DOING ACTIONS that create these desired results...


    The Ideal Network  "focuses on the practical life skills that anyone can benefit from, regardless of their beliefs. "...


    Darlene Sartore living in southern Indiana...  "is a very active online 67 year young honest integrated thinking and acting libertarian humanist."...  

  • 00:29

    Open Book: St. Therese of Lisieux, Part 2

    in Spirituality

    Therese of Lisieux, or The Little Flower, is a fascinating saint. Lori and Alice return to her memoirs, "The Story of a Soul" to talk about women in the Catholic Church, how small actions can lead to great holiness, maintaining faith in difficult times, the struggles of loving others, and the importance of prayer. Hopefully we will shed some light on this saint...and maybe persuade you to learn more about her!

  • 00:30

    Compared to What?

    in Self Help

    The Good Girl's Guide to Being Wrong (anf Happy) with Stephanie Richardson is a radio show all about empowering you to have and be everything you've hoped could be but never truly thought you could have. 


    Today's show is all about comparison. Have you ever compared yourself with someone else or compared what you have to what someone else has? How has that worked out? Has it expanded your life? Has it made you happier? has it made your relationships better? Hmmmm..... If that's not working... then what other choices are available! 


    Let's explore what's possible beyond comparison and explore some other tools that may create more ease!


    www.StephanieRichardson.com


     

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