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  • 00:53

    Raising Kids In A Violent World, Obama vs Coal & The Cult Of Liberalism

    in Politics

    Jan Arnow-Internationally renowned expert and author of In the Line of Fire: Raising Kids in a Violent World asks, "When is enough, enough?" 

    Larry Shumbres-Vice President of Business Development at eVestment, explains how we can find out what the "Big Guys" are investing in.

    Tom Borelli-Senior Fellow with FreedomWorks and authority on energy policy and crony capitalism discusses how Obama is driving the last nails into the coffin of the coal industry. 

    Jack Cashill-The journalist, blogger and weekly contributor to the WorldNetDaily Web site writes how the new scarlet letters don't include an "A. "


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  • 00:32

    Spoiled Rotten: Raising Kids That Aren't

    in Business

    Advice on allowance, dealing with the "I wants," tools to help instill values, and how to answer uncomfortable questions like, "Why don't we have [showy item the neighbors own]?" from New York Times columnist Ron Lieber, author of "The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money."

  • 02:05

    Kids are raising Kids Where are the Parents?????????

    in Entertainment

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  • 00:16

    Jan Arnow debuts In the Line of Fire: Raising Kids in a Violent World

    in Lifestyle

    Living in a peaceful world, free from hatred, bigotry, bullying and violence may seem like an impossible journey.  Violence surrounds us and overwhelmingly dominates our lives through crime-based TV shows, video games, and social media – not to mention our daily news feeds which include hate crimes, bullying, school shootings and domestic violence.  According to Jan Arnow, author of In the Line of Fire: Raising Kids in a Violent World, are all connected along a continuum of violence. 
    Boys who witness domestic violence are twice as likely to be an abuser as an adult
    Seven children or teenagers are killed by firearms
    187 children are arrested for violent crimes 
    1,837 children are identified as abused or neglected, and
    2,857 high school students drop out.

    "As a result of receiving poor social mentorship and not knowing how to resolve conflicts, there are more than 61,000 youth residing in juvenile detention centers or correctional facilities throughout the US,” says Arnow. "Abusive behaviors often initiate at home, and children who are abused become the abusers.”

    Jan Arnow is the founder and executive director of Innovations in Peacemaking International, and is an internationally recognized lecturer and authority on multicultural education, violence abatement, prejudice reduction, creativity, and leadership. She is currently working on a teacher's and community guide to In the Line of Fire: 
    For more information, please visit http://www.butlerbooks.com/inthelineoffire.html.


  • Raising Kids to Live for God

    in Christianity

    What are some choices you can make to put your children in position to serve God all the days of their lives? While children do make their own decision when they are grown, there are things we can do to focus them in the right direction. It is our prayer that they will choose to live a Godly life and raise their own family in the ways of the Lord. In this episode of PF Women Talk Radio, Deanna and Erika discuss the issues, opening the line for call-in questions.  

  • 00:51

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Raising Kids on the Spectrum - with Nancy Burrows

    in Family

    We continue our discussion of a wide range of topics that relate to the autism community. One thing that every family touched by autism needs is hope. Encouraging words and stories of another’s success can go a long way in helping a parent ready themselves for new challenge and another day. This week, Rob is excited to welcome author Nancy Burrows to our show to share stories from the latest edition of the Chicken Soup series which was written for the autism community.

    Nancy Burrows is a freelance writer who lives in Baltimore, MD.  She has an 11 year old son, James who is on the spectrum.

    Nancy is co-author of "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Raising Kids on the Spectrum", published in April, 2013.

    All Autism Talk (allautismtalk.com) is sponsored by Autism Spectrum Therapies (autismtherapies.com) and Trellis Services (trellisservices.com) and Learn It Systems (learnitsystems.com)

  • 00:47

    Kendra Smiley: Raising Kids, Husbands in a World of Sports

    in Sports

    On this episode of the Sports Gal Pal Podcast Kendra Smiley comes on to speak about how to raise three young men into great husbands and fathers. We also talk about all the loose lips with Colin Cowhear, Hulk Hogan, and Josh Smith.

    To connect with Kendra Smiley visit her website

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    Kids about everything with Cameron Foster

    in Family


    New sports, action and puzzle games that you would under your Christmas tree.

    About me:

    I am a 7 year old expert on all things in gaming. 

    To stay connected, email me at Hoyalawya10@gmail.com or follow me on Facebook at Facebook.com/Cameronbarackxavier

  • 00:31

    Kids are not special.

    in Youth

    I was at the mall today, just meandering, window shopping to pass some time. I was zoned out in my own world when all of a sudden I heard a kid just shouting and yelling at his mom. I kid you not, this kid said to his mother, “I hate you mom, you never get me anything that I want!” at this moment, his mom assured the kid that just last week, she bought him a brand new video game. The kid continues to throw a temper tantrum and act a fool. I continued to go about my business, until I encountered another mother and child scenario. This one irked me a little bit as well. In this scenario, a mother was talking to her daughter about how special she was and was just coddling the shit out of this girl. Now I’m all for positive reinforcements with your kids and all, but damn lady, your kid is not that special. I continue about my business and then I came to the thought of, “is this how every parent sees their kids”? As someone special? I get it it’s your kid and you’re proud of having them, but to treat them like they are the tits, is beyond me. So in today’s podcast, I will rant about whether or not today’s kids are being too coddled. Hope you enjoy today’s episode.