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SPONSOR “If I Were A” story by Dan Clements illustrated by Lori Clements
Seven Important Truths About the Bible by Wayne Jackson
Q&A: Because Jesus Said, “Turn The Other Cheek,” Is Self-Defense Wrong? By Ben
More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws, Third Edition (Studies in Law and Economics) Third Edition Edition by John R Lott Jr
FBI Report: More Guns Correlated With Less Crime In First Half Of 2014 by Reuters/Jim Young
Guest John R Lott Jr, author of "More Guns, Less Crime," and "Dumbing Down The Courts: How Politics Keeps the Smartest People off the Bench."
Judith A. Yates: True Crime Author, Journalist, & Criminologist
Award-winning true crime author and criminologist Judith A. Yates has been employed in law enforcement for over 25 years. She is the author of
When Nashville Bled: The untold stories of serial killer Paul Dennis Reid
"The Devil You Know: The Crime They Said "Can't Happen Here"
and a crime prevention workbook, "How to Recognize the Devil." Ms. Yates has lectured across the country on crime. She has attended law enforcement schools across the U.S.
She has worked in loss prevention, the Sheriff's Department, the federal prison system at each capacity (minimum security to maximum), as a private investigator, and as a criminal justice professor/instructor. She is also a true crime freelance writer for several online publications.
Jay and Dre have to eat crow before they enjoy some turkey, as they both whiffed on the Pack coming back to the top of the NFC North. They will discuss the wild game between the Bengals and Cards, the close call for the Pats against the Bills and Brock Osweiler's grade versus the Bears. Then it's time to pick the three Thanksgiving matchups: Total Fraud in Motown, the perfect Panthers in the Lone Star State, and another edition of Bears-Packers.
Theme music credit: "Breaking Bad" by Jahzzar
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Tonight on the program,
Conor Hebert is live in studio with his weekly NFL Pick Em segment. What did he think of the #Packers big win over their NFC North rival Minnesota? We will get his take TONIGHT!
Steven Meador is co-hosting and will get his take on the new College Football playoff rankings!
Jackson Moore will join us at 7:00 PM MT to give his take on San Jose State as they face the Broncos on Friday afternoon.
San Jose Mercury News' Elliott Almond joins the program to preview the game on Saturday afternoon as well. Who are the key players to watch for? Elliott will tell us tonight.
Top headlines and more as we are LIVE!
Effective Communication Skills will make your life easier, honest and build more trust in your relationships by better listening and powerful expressing skills. Amazing for relationships, anger management and ADD / ADHD challenges. Learn to relax also with these skills.
These skills are knowm as effective communication, Nonviolent communication and many other terms. What matters is you are learning the most innovative communication skills in listening, empathy and expressing skills. Each program will deal in a skill of many that will build your communication and relationship skills that build self-trust and honesty with the people you are communicating with.
Used in business or personal relationships watch how your relationships, business and personal will grow and how easy these skills will add to your life. The skills will also be a relaxing tool from everday stress. You will see how a few minutes using these skills will be relaxing and stress free. You will be amazed.
These skills are taught by Rick Goodfriend who studied under Dr. Marshal Rosenberg. He credits tis mastter and the practice of life to learn these communication skills. He will tell you to practice, practice and practice these communication skills.
Rick has classes also on the internet so there is no real need to go to workshops. These online classes can be found at his website http://RickGoodfriend.com in the link at the upper left side of the homepage.
Episode 3033 - How to Minister Healing - A More Excellent Way
Dr Henry Wright www.beinhealth.com
Recorded 11-24-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
Chef Hamlet began his career in the television industry, working for the Cisneros Group and it's companies, "Galaxy Entertainment of Venezuela" better known as: DirecTV Latin America. In 2009, Chef Hamlet joined the Spanish language VME Network (PBS affiliated) serving the US Hispanic market. It was through “VME Cocina” cooking show, in which Chef Hamlet presented himself as a multi-faceted charismatic entertainer and meticulous chef, preparing the most delicious of dishes featuring international cuisine. Chef Hamlet has visited more than 25 countries across 4 continents. His world wide travels have afforded him opportunities to learn hands-on from acclaimed chef personalities, absorb local culture, traditions, culinary-based techniques, ingredients and local specialties, allowing him to create new recipes enriching the viewing experiences for his audience.
With four seasons VME Cocina program, Hamlet expanded his offering by joining a second show on the same channel "Sazón para el Mundo" (Taste for the World) released in 2012. Both programs have generated wide recognition of Chef Hamlet as a household name within national and international markets.
Follow Chef Hamlet at:
Chef Hamlet on Facebook search: Chef Hamlet Garcia
Chef Hamlet on VMETV (PBS Affiliated): http://www.vmetv.com/cocina
Host Carmen Amoros: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NYPodcastingCafe
The Summer of 1984 was an eventful 3 months for new Commissioner David Stern and the NBA; on the heels of an epic 7-game Finals slugfest between Larry Bird’s World Champion Boston Celtics and Magic Johnson’s Los Angeles Lakers, the first of 3 heavyweight bouts in the Decade, the NBA Draft was held in New York City; the Draft would introduce fans to 4 future Hall of Famers who would each write their own chapter in the NBA’s History Books. There was Forward Charles Barkley of Auburn, the rowdy, raucous “Round Mound of Rebound”, his polar opposite, little-known Guard John Stockton of Gonzaga, the majestic Nigerian Center and Number One pick Akeem “The Dream” Olajuwon from the University of Houston, and the electric (Cue Chicago Bulls Public Address Announcer …”6 foot 6 Guard from North KAR-O-LINA!”)…Michael Jeffrey Jordan. These next-level players would secure the NBA’s rapidly growing stature as the Sport of the Future, with Bird and Magic now at the peak of their powers. Jordan, Georgetown Center Patrick Ewing and 10 of College Basketball’s best would represent USA Basketball in the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, led by iconic and infamous Coach Bobby Knight of Indiana University. Knight, known lovingly as a “Raving Maniac” by his players brought his no-nonsense, drill-sergeant mentality to the USA program and molded yet another Gold Medal Winner. The agony and ecstacy of the Draft process, with its Franchise-changing consequences were never more evident than the summer of ’84.
In this episode Raissa and Ian sink their teeth into 'Sleep No More' and 'Face The Raven'.
The first of the two episodes written by Mark Gatiss is perhaps the most frightening episode of 'Doctor Who' to date and made a few controversial decisions elsewhere, which are some of the things that we'll discuss.
'Face The Raven' is the episode, which finally said goodbye to Clara and seemingly didn't do to much to resolve her story arc, which we hope will resolve by the season finale. We'll take a look at that and discuss in full during this meaty half hour of all things 'Doctor Who'.
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Just Talking is a program that fosters thought. It is educational through a process that was used by the great teacher Socrates. Socrates believed that all human beings possessed total knowledge. The good teacher was one who did not necessarilly fill the person with knowledge, but who knew how to draw out the knowledge the person already had and to foser the desire to know more. Through stretching the mind, the imagination, the thought processes, Just Talking will lead you, our listener, to thinking about things in new ways. It will stretch you to stretch yourself in order to grow and become a critical thinker. Yet again, it is Just Talking.