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  • 00:30

    Irate, Tireless Minority - Manners

    in Politics Conservative

    I  posted an article on some weapons found in Iraq recently on my facebook page. The response was surprising. I got 21 new page likes and a plethora of insults from commenters. In today's show, I'd like to talk about that reaction a bit. Please call in to share your two cents worth. 


    Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.


    Politics:


    The article I posted . My comment ["But there were no WMD in Iraq, oh no, perish the thought."] did not say that these were the WMD that started the whole "Bush lied , people died" thing. It was just my opinion that this article was showing that there was a weapons program that was capable of producing these things. 


    Religion:


     Here is a video on why Christianity is important to America. And the follow up 


    Doing What's Right:


    What role do manners play in allowing us to think for ourselves? Good manners speak to self control and personal responsibility.  It's time to remember our manners and to hold others accountable for theirs. 

  • 00:29

    Mrs. McVeigh's Manners Show

    in Family

    Elise McVeigh, Founder of Mrs. McVeigh's Manners and Elizabeth Moundas, Director of Marketing, discuss timely manners topics for families. Today's topic is Sportsmanship.

  • 00:29

    The Mrs. McVeigh's Manners Show

    in Family

    Manners expert Elise McVeigh, and co-host Elizabeth Moundas, discuss current manners topics, and give advice on how to solve any etiquette "crisis." Tune in every Tuesday 10:00 am to hear them discuss the funny situations we often get into in life, that we need to graciously solve.
    Elise McVeigh, owner of Mrs. McVeigh's Manners since 2003 writes a weekly manners advice column for the Dallas Morning News.  Her advice also can be sought online at Parents Magazine, www.parents.com. Your children will enjoy learning good manners, while being entertained on The Mrs. McVeigh's Magnificent Manners Show DVD.

  • 00:59

    Young ,Gifted and Classy: Kids in the Kitchen, learning manners and cooking tips

    in Culture

    It's  the holidays and time to "rock and roll" in the kitchen.  It is never to early to include your children in creating some of the families favorite receipes . Join Carolyn Shelton as she give us tips on teaching our kids the correct way to prepare and  present  a fabulous meal!  To be Young, Gifted and Classy!

  • 00:47

    Tom Cunningham interviews Shannon Smith author of Power Manners

    in Business

    Napoleon Hill Foundation Certified Instructor and Resiliency Expert, Tom Cunningham (too tall) interviews Shannon Smith.


    Shannon Smith is North America's leading image strategist, the foremost provider of personal brand development. With training in medicine, emotional intelligence, teaching, cosmetics, fashion retailing and modeling, Shannon's expertise is informed, practical and highly motivating. As a result, her advanced knowledge of image, presentation, etiquette and protocol is in great demand. Transforming yourself from unnoticed to unforgettable couldn't be easier. Now Power Manners provides the answers.


    Power Manners is a practical, easy-to-read guide offering answers to many of the business and social questions that stump people today. Not everyone learns the essential skills of manners and personal branding at home.


    Check out the chapter quizzes and find out how well mannered you really are…and then learn how easy it is to impress others without being fake, schmooze with the best, get out of embarrassing business situations, and ensure that you are on everyone's invitation list.


    Find out how to make an entrance, kiss or shake hands, be the perfect host, pay the bill graciously in a restaurant, dress appropriately, or discover what you shouldn't be saying when you meet a new client. Power Manners offers valuable advice on how to walk on life's many stages with savoir faire and sophistication anywhere in the world you may be.


    http://www.premiereimageintl.com/book.html

  • 00:30

    The Mrs. McVeigh's Manners Show

    in Family

    Manners expert Elise McVeigh, and co-host Elizabeth Moundas, discuss current manners topics, and give advice on how to solve any etiquette "crisis." Tune in every Tuesday 10:00 am to hear them discuss the funny situations we often get into in life, that we need to graciously solve.
    Elise McVeigh, owner of Mrs. McVeigh's Manners since 2003 writes a weekly manners advice column for the Dallas Morning News.  Her advice also can be sought online at Parents Magazine, www.parents.com. Your children will enjoy learning good manners, while being entertained on The Mrs. McVeigh's Magnificent Manners Show DVD.

  • 00:30

    Mrs. McVeigh's Manners Radio Show

    in Family

    Elise McVeigh, Founder of Mrs. McVeigh's Manners and Elizabeth Moundas, Director of Marketing, discuss timely manners topics for families. 

  • 00:30

    Mrs. McVeigh's Manners Radio Show

    in Family

    Elise McVeigh, Founder of Mrs. McVeigh's Manners and Elizabeth Moundas, Director of Marketing, discuss timely manners topics for families. 

  • 00:30

    Mrs. McVeigh's Manners Radio Show

    in Family

    Elise McVeigh, Founder of Mrs. McVeigh's Manners and Elizabeth Moundas, Director of Marketing, discuss timely manners topics for families. 

  • 00:30

    Mrs. McVeigh's Manners Radio Show

    in Family

    Elise McVeigh, Founder of Mrs. McVeigh's Manners and Elizabeth Moundas, Director of Marketing, discuss timely manners topics for families. This week's topic is Amy Chua's Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother.

  • 00:17

    "Mother May I" on the How to Teach Your Kids to Have Good MANNERS

    in Moms and Family

    Yes sir. No sir. Yes ma’am. No ma’am. Please. Thank you. These are words and phrases that you really don’t hear that often nowadays. In my personal, humble opinion, having manners is a must in this world even if it means you are the only one in the room using them.


     


    Mother May I is certified nationally to teach and train Corporate Etiquette, International Protocol and Family/Community Social Skills by the Protocol School of Washington. Mother May I develops customized classes that impress the need for civility, respect and accountability in the workplace, family, and community.


     


    Are you a parent looking for tips on how to teach your child manners? Join me as I speak with Mother May I co-founder, Lisa Iadicicco, as she provides incredible and practical tips for teaching manners to children of all ages!


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