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Human trafficking is a serious issue in the United States and from big cities to small, rural communities, it is growing.
According to a report by the Polaris Project on the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, 41 percent of sex trafficking cases and 20 percent of labor trafficking cases referenced U.S. citizens as victims. In 2013, Florida ranked third in the nation in number of calls received by the NHTRC.
Learn more about this issue as Columbia Southern University presents CSU Talk Radio online at 6 p.m. July 22 featuring CSU faculty member Barry Goodson and guest host Independent News publisher Rick Outzen.
The pair will talk about the prevalence of human trafficking and importance of raising awareness of it throughout the nation. The call-in show will welcome questions and commentary.
Goodson, a criminal justice professor at CSU, is a military veteran and former member of the CAC Investigation Task Force, which handles human trafficking cases. He possesses a diverse background in law enforcement and its instruction spanning approximately 14 years. Outzen has written several articles on human trafficking in Northwest Florida and is a former radio host.
Another Wednesday, another edition of Canadian Musician Radio. With all of these great summer festivals and tours, we've been able to deliver a heap of artist interviews, and this week is no different.
Join us as we catch up with Juno-winning six-piece "folk popgrass" outfit The Strumbellas, singer-songwriter Astrid Young (also the half-sister of the one and only Neil), and Ryan McCambridge.
The Strumbellas are playing summer festivals across Canada and the U.S. this summer, continuing to promote the sophomore album, We Still Move Dance Floors. While its predecessor, My Father and the Hunter, was nominated for a Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year in 2013,We Still Move Dance Floors actually took the trophy earlier in 2014 and was recently long-listed for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize. They're more focused than ever now, and we'll find out why.
Musician, composer, actor, author screenwriter, and sommelier Astrid Young released her fourth solo record, One Night at Giant Rock, at the end of June. In a special performance, Young is kicking off her "psychedelic acid folk" tour in southern Ontario in late July and will work her way west. The album, featuring Victor DeLorenzo of the Violent Femmes is a collection of songs that reflect her personal discovery of the karmic meaning of all her relationships. She speaks about the long gaps between records, some of her other musical endeavors, and more.
Finally, in addition to being a studio engineer who's been the right hand man of producer/engineer David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Tool, Dream Theater), Ryan McCambridge has been making music under the moniker of A Calmer Collision. We talk about the sonic balance he's struck between modern rock and electronica as well as how his experience in the studio informs his work as a musician and more.
Canadian Musician's Mike Raine was on the ground for NXNE 2014 earlier in the month, and from that, we're pleased to bring you another show full of artist interviews.
First, Mike speaks with Montreal-based songwriter Ian Kelly, whose latest release, All These Lines, has benefitted from widespread acclaim. Take a look at the year he's had and what's in store for the rest of 2014.
Then, we'll speak with recently-announced Polairs Prize long-lister Kalle Mattson (it's pronounced Kale), who had actually just received the Polaris news minutes before sitting down with Mike. The Ottawa resident's Someday, the Moon Will Be Gold is a thing of brilliance and its first single, Pick Me Up, is a perfect summer jingle. Expect plenty more from this young man in the near future.
Finally, we're happy to bring you an exclusive interview with The Wilderness of Manitoba. They dropped The Leslieville Sessions EP last year and are currently busy prepping something new, so we tried to get some insight into what fans can expect. That and a whole lot more...
Even if everyone else is a liar, God is true…
(Rom. 3:4 NLT )
People will tell you there is no such thing as Heaven but that’s not true. There is a Heaven
(Genesis 1:1). Heaven is the eternal home of all those who have made Sir Jesus the master of
Actually, there are three Heavens. In 2 Corinthians 12:2 NLT Paul said, “I was caught up to the
third heaven fourteen years ago. Whether I was in my body or out of my body, I don't
know—only God knows.”
Let’s talk about these different varieties of heaven.
The first heaven is our sky (Isaiah 55:9-10). It’s where birds fly, airplanes navigate and
sky-scrapers dwell. The first heaven stops at the furthest point of the ozone layer.
The second heaven is what we’ve come to know as outer space (Genesis 1:14-17). It’s where
space ships travel and satellites are positioned.
The third Heaven is located in an area outside or above the first two heavens. It is an actual
planet (Hebrews 11:16) located in the north (Isaiah 14:12). If you want to find Heaven, locate
Polaris (North Star) and head north!
It takes about 430 light-years from earth to the North Star; one light year is about 6 trillion miles.
Wow, I’m at least 3 quadrillion miles from home!
But that’s okay because I know where my eternal home is. Do you?
Listen to "Joey", a security guard who worked nights in Atlantic City, NJ in the late 1980's, speak about the sex trafficking victims he saw who were not only paying off the cops - but the cops were the pimps! Hear about the "conflict of interest" with these victims calling the National Trafficking Hotline that's connected with law enforcement - when law enforcement is part of her trafficking network she's trying to get away from. This man saw pay-offs, rip-offs, and everything that happens in the late evening hours of this major city. Joey explains how his hands were tied - knowing that if he tried to report what he saw that he might wind up being framed himself by these cops. How do you go to Internal Affairs when even Serpico had to finally leave the country because of his fight to try and clean up just the 63rd Precinct of NY? But these women can't go to Switzerland - they have nowhere to go - not even the shelters that the police know about when your pimp is the police. This interviews explains why our hotline at www.sexworkersanonymous.net is so vital for these victims. If you're trying to get away from a trafficking ring with law enforcement is involved - we can help.
Join Jeff, Matt, & The Paranormal Outlaw as they discuss all things paranormal and seek answers into the unknown! Our Guest tonight is Theresa Argie " Paranormal Housewife." Theresa has been involved in the paranormal since she could say “boo.” After years of residential and public investigations, Theresa joined up with para-historian Cathi Weber and the Haunted Housewives (plural) were born! A deep love of history and a passion for the paranormal bonded the women and they became leaders in the philanthropic side of the field. They are heavily involved in fundraisers for historically relevant haunted locations across the country. Historic preservation is their number one goal.The Haunted Housewives have been featured on numerous national television programs including The Marriage Ref, Paranormal State, Haunted Collector, America Now, Paranormal Challenge, and My Ghost Story. Theresa has just completed her first book with journalist Eric Olsen for Penguin Press entitled “America’s Most Haunted (September 2014.) The two also have a weekly radio program and website of the same name.Theresa is a teacher, lecturer, and tour guide, working for Polaris Career Center and the Willoughby Ghost Walk (owned and run by Cathi Weber.) Although her family means the world to her she is not your average “soccer mom.” She balances her life in the paranormal with her duties as a wife and mother of three.
Theresa Argie can be found on social media:
Americas Most Haunted sites:
The Haunted Housewives sites:
Theresa’s personal sites:
Thanks to Polaris RZR, Jim Beaver and the Down & Dirty Radio Show will be live from the Mint 400 contingency in Las Vegas. Tune in for off-road racers, personalities, and a few surprises all LIVE from Contingency at the Mint 400.
Polaris Rose, the dynamic Los Angeles indie rock band made up of Peter Anthony and Madelynn Elyse return to Music Friday with their new EP, Oceansongs. Peter and Madelynn combine luminous songwriting with effortlessly eccentric sound characterized by intricate harmonies in an electrifying atmospheric style. The result is a unique collection of diverse, energetic, pop-infused melodies. They released their newest EP, OceanSongs following the success of their debut offering, The Moon & It’s Secrets, which we previewed on Music Friday, and we are delighted to have them back again.
Justin Dzuban, makes great music!. He is no stranger to unique and classic pop and rock styles and his influences range from Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones to Johnny Cash and Bing Crosby. His style of embracing his natural tones and influences has developed his New/ Old sound of Rock and Country kicked up a notch by his baritone voice.He combines these varied music passions into an original yet familiar sound of Americana and Classic Rock influences on his second album, “Shakedown,” due out next month, and we get a preview!.
Doña Oxford, the "Queen of Boogie Woogie" will drop in for a minutes to preview her upcoming birthday bash show at Brennan's in Los Angeles.
Jim Beaevr and The Down & Dirty Radio Show are bringing you all of the latest from 2013 Polaris Camp RZR in Glamis, California. One of the biggest UTV events of the year and we are right here covering it all. Slated to appear on air are XP1K's RJ Anderson, Trophy Truck driver BJ Baldwin, the crew from UTV Underground, and the marketing team from Polaris. We'll have coverage of the RZR Celebrity race, a review of the RZR XP 1000, and first impressions of the all new RZR XP 4 1000. It's #GameOn from Polaris Camp RZR 2013!!!
TODAY IS THE SEASON 2 PREMIER OF PINK COCAINE MONDAYS STARING NINA NICOLE & DONT TOINE, WITH SPECIAL GUESTS TAYLOR JONES, LOTTA ZAY, RZR BLD, AND PLENTY MORE STOPPING IN!!!
Terika Johnson King is a Senior Associate with Chicago-based financial services firm, Polaris. She specializes in helping clients, professional women in particular, accumulate, protect and distribute their assets more effectively through every step of their career from beginning through retirement and beyond. She received her Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Illinois State University. Terika lives in the Chicago Area with her husband Steven and their five children. When she’s not cheering on her children in their various academic and extra-curricular endeavors, Terika is an avid “Extreme Couponer” who prides herself on having at least 6 months of paper products on hand at any given moment. Terika can be reached at 312.951.2606 ext: 123 or email@example.com.
Arlington, WA – We’ve all heard the phrase, “Timing is everything.” Whether you’re starting a new company, launching a new website or making new products or services available, there’s a fine line between jumping the gun and missing the boat. But how can we know when the time is right?
Polaris Business Guides specializes in helping individuals and businesses create higher levels of prosperity through the use of astrology. Led by Madeline Gerwick, an internationally recognized and certified astrologer, Polaris Business Guides helps these individuals and businesses maximize their opportunities by working in harmony with the Universe.
“We help business leaders prosper by teaching them how to embrace prosperity,” says Gerwick. “We’re particularly interested in helping business people get out of fear and the scarcity model and move toward an abundance and prosperity model."
25 years ago, a group of astrologers conducted a study of 1,400 bankrupt businesses to determine if their failure had been influenced by the cycles of the stars. The study found every one of these business began during what’s known as a “time-out” period where success was virtually impossible.
According to Gerwick, the bottom line for any business isn’t money, but rather the energy that generates money. When businesses focus on lack, a scarcity model, employee morale is low and stress is high. These companies are literally pushing money away from them at the energetic level.
“From an energetic standpoint there is only abundance, but we’re masters at convincing ourselves of the illusion of scarcity,” explains Gerwick. “If an owner can shift to a more positive outlook, a more prosperous orientation, everyone else in the organization will shift to match that energy.”
For more, visit http://www.AskMadeline.com
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