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This month we have been discussing obstacles and how to face them. The final obstacle in our series is the picket fence.
Are you blooming where you're planted? Do you live with contentment, with your eyes focussed on the positive?
Listen in and learn from a Biblical example to cherish the "The Picket Fence Life" which will enable you to appreciate God-given boundaries and see the beauty in them.
After the show, drop by http://www.heatherrandall.com/radio.html to learn more about me. Let's connect!
Shari’s newest book, Beyond The White Picket Fence” was released April 1, 2015 and is an Amazon best seller.
Shari was an awkward child who felt like she never fit in and wasn't good enough, She grew up following the rules, the expectations of others & society norms, doing everything “right”. Although she had it all in the eyes of everyone else, a “perfect family”, a beautiful house & lifestyle and an executive role at a public company she still didn't feel like she was where she was supposed to be and she knew she wasn’t being who she truly was deep down.
After a series of major life events all happening within a few months, Shari found the confidence & courage to say “Screw It” and took control of her life to live the life she desired, being her authentic self.
Shari helps other women (and men) do the same. We all have the right to live an authentic life and be true to ourselves!
Her open communication style and thought provoking conversational techniques as well as her diverse life experiences allow you to connect and an intimate, intense and individual level.
Coming from a childhood and life rich in lessons; dealing with family member’s addictions, divorce, blended families, physical and emotional abuse, being a single mom, layoffs and more, Shari learned to deal with challenges and move forward quickly and successfully!
Overcoming many challenges of her own and thriving in spite of or because of them, Shari will help you take control of your life and find your way to an authentic thriving life.
Welcome To ( Over The Rainbow Show ) With Your Host Bob Brown On Blog Talk Radio On Wednesday 16th September 2015 at 3.00pm Eastern 12.00pm Pacific 8.00pm Uk Time. The call in number is 347-539-5367 from the uk 001-347-539-5367 My Special Guest Today Is Vanda Maria Guzman....Vanda is a seasoned Singer, Songwriter, Performer..Teacher, Motivator & Mentor, I Have performed with some of the Greats including Wilson Picket, Pattie LaBelle and Mariah Carey and many more...Now I`Ve dedicated my life to serve the higher good of humanity through my Music...My Life is So Beautiful song was written to support those who dont feel that way...I Have seen the powerful message of the song affect my Audiences and have heard testimonies from many that have heard the recording..I have even been endorsed by American Association of Suicidology....I Have assembled a highly motivated team to help produce the Life is So Beautiful Music Project...I have set a goal of $44,400.00..I `m asking people to help me raise this amount over the next several months....Proceeds will also be shared with the American Association of Suicidology as well as percentage of Life is so beautiful song to support the beautiful work they continue to do...I Will also give them my time in speaking, motivating, & lecturng on why i know that Life is so beautiful, ( Life Experiences ) Why healing, Happiness & love is possible......On Today show Vanda will be talking about her life and how we can help those people who need our help and support in life...Thank you for joining me and Vanda Today
On Friday, September 11, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
David Hecker with the American Federation of Teachers, Michigan is back this week to update us on the President’s visit to Michigan this week and what it can mean for higher education.
Benjamin Mayhan with SFGE Local 933 needs our help. The VA in Detroit is treating employees with complete disrespect and contempt and an informational picket on Monday needs your support. Can we count on you?
Sam Daley-Harris continues a series on how we can all get more involved and introduces us a list of groups, organizations and opportunities for you to say, I’m ready! Who’s up next? Listen to find out.
Dan Calabrese, our resident conservative commentator joins us again this morning to make sure all sides of the issues are illuminated, including his take on the top headlines…who won and who lost…stay tuned…
Sports Director Sean Smith is back to talk baseball trade deadline, Tom Brady, baseball playoffs and whether or not Serena Williams is ready to take her place in history.
Then you wonder why where you live is always a ghetto or a slum area. And where you and I are concerned, not only do we lose it when we spend it out of the community, but the white man has got all our stores in the community tied up; so that though we spend it in the community, at sundown the man who runs the store takes it over across town somewhere. He's got us in a vise. So the economic philosophy of black nationalism means in every church, in every civic organization, in every fraternal order, it's time now for our people to be come conscious of the importance of controlling the economy of our community. If we own the stores, if we operate the businesses, if we try and establish some industry in our own community, then we're developing to the position where we are creating employment for our own kind. Once you gain control of the economy of your own community, then you don't have to picket and boycott and beg some cracker downtown for a job in his business." Malcolm Ela Haji Malik Shabazz
"Slavery produced benefits for over two hundred years. Agricultural slavery was primary. But many Americans think of slavery only in terms of agricultural commodity production. In fact, slavery generated great benefits in orate ways as well. Slaves were used in manufacturing services and in activities that today would be regarded as the responsibility of municipal or state government, such as running transportation, utility, and emergency services. also vitally important, slaves cleared land and built infrastructure —roads, dams, levees, canals, railroads and bridges.
It can be argued that without this labor the nation would not have expanded west as it did. Indeed, it is possible and perhaps probable that the United States would never have become continental nation. " Huey P. Newton
Looking at the website for Waynesboro, MS, I see they take pride in their city. The police site proudly displays "To Protect and Serve'. However, these must just be words that they display to make their city look good! In reality, the police are failing to 'protect and serve' one family and their despirate calls for police assistance.
James and Laquita Johnson were awaken at 2:30am Saturday morning by a call from their neighbor stating he had witnessed a man tearing thru their fence to get to one of their beloved dogs (why the dog was kept outside if it was so beloved is unknown to me). The witness gave a description of the truck and the Johnsons knew exactly who was the thief. Laquita called the police but when they showed up, they simply told her they could NOT knock on his door!!!!!!!!! So James, the owner of the missing dog, walked don to the suspects house to get his dog back. As he approached, the dog came running out of the house!!!!!! Evidence in the rectal area proved the dog had been raped.
Now we are making a Call To Action plea for our listeners to spread the news, make calls, and write emails. Those living near the Waynesboro, MS area are asked to picket the City Hall and demand an investigation, arrest and prosecution of the suspect, Eddie Woullard.
Here is the information:
Waynesboro City Office
714 Wayne St
Waynesboro, MS 39367
Mayor: Richard Johnson 601-735-4874
Story from: Shannon Stewart Bates facebook page
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Looking for that perfect place to planet your roots and make a home in San Diego, well then you've come to the right spot. Today we have the pleasure of speaking with Suzy Kemmsies real estate brokers and agent here in San Diego. Suzy is going to fill our Brains with great information on the current real estate marketing trends, the who, what, when, where and how to get the perfect place and select the perfect agent.
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Melanie Wright, interior designer and Principle of M Studios Inc, joins Vija and Ben to discuss, "Ten Ways to Dramatically Improve Your Curb Value" If you are listing your home, the first goal is to get the buyer into the house. It they pull up and your house looks dreary or blah, the buyer won’t be nearly as excited as they will be if you add some fresh pops of color, fresh landscaping and maybe pavers for a walk or a white picket fence. Melanie, discusses how to get the most "bang for your buck" and where to focus your attention to make the exterior of your home shine above the rest. Mleanie has practiced interior design in and around the Seattle area for more than 17 years. She works with builders and private clients to achieve fantastic design with exception functionality. She is an amazing colorist with a keen eye to great style and design. Melanie has worked with the Vija team on a variety of projects for the past 10 years.
Via Vija Real Estate Radio is a weekly show where we talk about what's buzzing in the Puget Sound real estate market and across the nation. Vija Williams is a well known real estate agent in the Seattle area and her husband co-host is also a Realtor in Seattle. Vija and Ben discuss consumer and industry related topics in a fast-paced, witty and entertaining way every Monday 9-9:30am PST live on air from the KKNW 1150AM studios in Seattle. Their show is simulcast on BlogTalkRadio/ViaVija.
On Tuesday, May 5, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
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Kelli Williams with Communications Workers of America Local 4004 checks in about a informational picket tomorrow against AT&T. You can help. Listen to find out how.
Ryan Fishman is back this week with another legal round up and more insights into the wonderful world of politics. This will be one interesting conversation!
Lori Carpentier with Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan joins Tony to discuss the GOP assault on women and why the ongoing fight to resist their motives are critical to women’s rights!
Mark Brewer is back this week to discuss voter registration and whether or not we see that as a trend we can see growing. It’s time to reclaim our voting rights on this election day! A VERY worthy discussion.
Chad Selweski, award winning journalist and seeker of truth drops in today with tales of political woe and a deep divide between political philosophies, and oh, so much more.
Tom Watkins, leader, CEO, political genius and advocate for Prop 1 stops by to help us push the passage of Prop 1 just one more time.
You are always welcome to join us on-air by calling 855-381-8795. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People and AUNAmerica, and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @aunamerica
Tonight we will be featuring a great inspiraional speaker Leevance Williams Sr. Come and join us for this hour of inspiration.
About our feature:
Following a life of trials and tribulations, Author Leevance Williams eventually embarked upon a triumphant, enlightened path that led him to write his first book entitled, “From the Depths of My Soul”. Williams hopes his poetic words are taken from parts of his life and impact those who read them in such a way that gives them hope, wisdom and strength. Those ideas are key elements that enable his readers to push forward through troubled times and more importantly, to persevere through both rainy and sunny days. Williams reminds his readers there is no progress without struggle; he manages to take this concept to a whole new level. Williams also talks about a great life of sunny days and white picket fences, while reminding his readers that even though the sun rises in the morning, it also sets in the evening – further, that while the white picket fences are “white”, they also have to be maintained so they do not succumb to erosion due to the harsh elements of “life”. “From the Depths of My Soul” is an exemplary sample of Williams’ storytelling ability, as well as a foreshadowing of his future work. Williams’ fans can look forward to much more to come in the future. Williams has additional projects on deck, which will demonstrate his absolute progression as not only an author, but as a man who is most certainly coming into his own.
The final novel in the award-winning series about a former nun in Tudor England; a haunting debut about a crime in small-town America; and the first stand-alone novel by a best-selling romance author. Join us for interviews and book giveaways with:
Linda Goodnight on The Memory House. The long-dead ghosts of a Civil War romance envelop two wounded people whose lives come together at an inn brimming with secrets in Honey Ridge, Tennessee.
MO Walsh on My Sunshine Away. An extraordinary debut set in the late '80s that involves a teen raped just yards from her front door; the boy who has a crush on her and tries to solve the crime; and the secrets that hide behind seemingly innocent white picket fences.
Nancy Bilyeau on The Tapestry. The final installment (following The Crown and The Chalice) in Nancy's Tudor-era trilogy, which puts independent Joanna Stafford in her most dangerous situation yet as she tries to decide who she wants to be: nun, wife, spy, rebel or courtier.
Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton. Visit the Literary New England blog for more book giveaways, author talk, event information and to listen to past episodes -- book-tatstic updates posted regularly!
American Vernacular welcomes Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson back to the program to discuss her new book, Godless Americana: Race and Religious Rebels, the followup to explosive Moral Combat: Black Atheists, Gender Politics and the Values Wars. The founder of Black Skeptics Los Angeles and Women of Color Beyond Faith offers an uncompromising anaylsis of the "myths behind Americana images of Mom, apple pie, white picket fences, and racially segregated god-fearing Main Street USA. Her book pointedly highlight the intersection of these two aspects of past and present American culture and the parallel existences it has created in the United States of America. Tune in and join the conversation with one of the emerging and important voices for social and racial justice.
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