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Tonight we wrap up our month long theme exploring "The Cost of Freedom" with a focus on love and relationships. Our special guest, Karla Aston of Soul Date Love, a premiere Speed Dating program, visits and shares her advice and experience. It's the 4th Tuesday of the month, which means that it is time for "Ted's Tips," on money management and conflict resolution I n relationships. Be sure to join us for an awesome show.
You're on the job and you just get settled at your desk. You look up as a new hire walks into the building for the first time and this person is the finest person you've ever seen. They wind up sitting next to you and you can't stop staring. At that point, you have a decision to make: do I try to get to know this person as a coworker or do I try to get to know this person on a more personal level? Thousands of people around the country struggle with this decision daily.
On tonight's show, I'm going to throw out 4 reasons why it could benefit you to date a coworker. I've actually done it successfully and I can share my tips on how I made it work. I will also give 4 reasons against why a person should date a coworker. The last place to have "Fatal Attraction" moments is the place where you make your rent money.
This and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 499
Scheduled for 60-75 mins.
My understanding of Malcolm's "THE BALLOT OR THE BULLET" is steeped in the knowledge of the Slave law or Code de Noir. In chapter 7, "FREE SOCIAL WORSHIP AND RELIGIOUS WORSHIP AND RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION PROHIBITED"..The Government not only permits the Master to forbid the free social worship and religious instruction of his slaves, at his pleasure, but it also steps in with direct prohibitions of its own, which even the Master himself may not relax or abrogate..........He is restrained, as we have seen, from bestowing upon his slave, an education that would increase his usefulness, or of employing him to do any kind of writing! The slave may be used so, as to be used up in SEVEN YEARS; may be used as ad breeder, as. Prostitute, as an attendant at the gaming tables, as a subject of MEDICAL AND SURGICAL EXPERIMENTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF SCIENCE, an d the Legislature makes no objections against it. "William Goodell
"By ballot I only mean freedom. Don't you know -- I disagree with Lomax on this issue -- that the ballot is more important than the dollar? Can I prove it? Yes. Look in the UN. There are poor nations in the UN; yet those poor nations can get together with their voting power and keep the rich nations from making a move. They have one nation -- one vote, everyone has an equal vote. And when those brothers from Asia, and Africa and the darker parts of this earth get together, their voting power is sufficient to hold Sam in check. Or Russia in check. Or some other section of the earth in check. So, the ballot is most important.
Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission dropped an astounding ruling: By a 3-2 vote, it concluded that “sexual orientation is inherently a ‘sex-based consideration,’ and an allegation of discrimination based on sexual orientation is necessarily an allegation of sex discrimination under Title VII.”
This is a big deal: The Commission’s recommendations shape rulings on federal employees’ workplace-discrimination claims, and its field offices deal with claims made by employees at private organizations, as well. But the ruling is also a reminder of how complicated—and unresolved—the post-Obergefell legal landscape is. The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same-sex marriage at the end of June has set the country up for two new waves of discrimination claims: those made by same-sex couples and LGBT workers, and those made by religious Americans who oppose same-sex marriage. The two may seem distinct or even opposed, but they’re actually intertwined: In certain cases, extending new rights to LBGT workers will necessarily lead to religious-freedom objections, and vice versa.
Real People, Real Life, Real Answers with Pastor A F Riggins focuses on spiritual growth and airs every Tuesday evening from 7:00-9:00 p.m. Grab your bible and join us! We will be studying from the scripture provided below.
Hosea 4:6 Knowledge
Proverbs 4:7 Wisdom
We stress the power of our relationship with God through Christ and not religious traditions or arguments. Real People, Real Life and Real Answers...how to make Sunday relevant on Monday, Tuesday and the rest of the week.
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Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor is truly honored to have Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gordon Cuculiu and EJ Snyder back on the show and to have Chris Bemiss joining us for the first time!
Chris is a former 1/75 Army Ranger. He served from 2001 - 2007, with 5 combat deployments as a 1st Batt. Ranger. He was part of such missions as the Jessica Lynch pow rescue and her fellow service members body recovery. On his 5th Combat tour January 28 Mosul Iraq he was injured after being ejected from the turret of the Task Force Delta 16 ton Pandur. Chris volunteers with GallantFew helping Veterans daily. He made a PTSD documentary with the All Warrior Network in LA that was released last Memorial Day. The film THE RANGER has thankfully helped to save many Veterans lives!
Gordon Cucullu is a former S.F. Lt. Col. with more than 4 decades of experience dealing with the tumultuous region of East Asia, including N. & S. Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and Southeast Asia. He is Senior Non-resident Fellow at the Center for Security Policy. His best-selling book, Separated at Birth: How North Korea became the Evil Twin, has been acclaimed as one of the best insights into the convoluted, long-running conflict between S. & N. Korea. Gordon helped found the Valhalla Project.
E.J.is a 25 year US Army combat veteran. He served in both the 1991 Gulf War & OIF. He is a former Sergeant Major (E-9) with a background of leading soldiers in Airborne and Infantry Units, ALWAYS serving in Army Ranger coded positions. He is renowned for ALWAYS leading from the front and by example, as is his loud and “In Your Face” style of leadership. E.J. stormed his way into the Reality World on the Discovery Channel’s Hit Series “Naked & Afraid.”
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There is a reason why they call these oils “LIVING.” That is because they are!
Join us LIVE on the air and listen and ask questions about Essential oils. Oils have
been used by royalty and in religious ceremonies thousands of years ago.
Now a comeback has begun to happen with using these oils for a plethora of reasons
and occasions. Our guest will be Jennifer Galvin-Anderson, MA, found her calling to
holistic healing work at the young age of 14 after a near-death experience, followed a
year later by cancer. That journey opened the door for her to explore first-hand the
benefits of a Holistic approach to wellness, and verified for her that she came back to
teach and serve this to others.
In 2008, Jennifer received her Master’s degree in Holistic Health from the College of St.
Catherine. She completed further training in Young Living Essential Oils Raindrop
Technique and Spiritual Anointing from the Center for Aromatherapy Research and
Education. Please join us for this important journey of learning more about Essential
oils and what they can do for you and your family and the world! The number to call to
ask questions of Jen is 213-559-2974 just press one and our program director will take
your questions and Jen will be more than happy to answer them for you. We have not
had a live show for a while so please join us for a cup of tea and some fascinating and
“The Strategy of Success” radio program will discuss many topics and give the listener a great deal of information on current issues, a plan of action and other activities that will focus on the most excellent and proven methods for the African American, in particular, to achieve success; However, the solutions offered will be appropriate for all ages, genders, political affiliations or religious beliefs.
In these two power-packed hours, in addition to sure-fired solutions, there will be invited guest authors, speakers, entrepreneurs, and other professional who will assist you on your path to success. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers from these professionals who will be ready to explain “how" you can achieve your goals and material objects.
Participants are encouraged to present their spiritual questions, queries and struggles, whereby the host will attempt with the aid of scripture and the Holy Spirit's inspiration to provide adequate instruction, correction, inspiration and encouragement. Comments and exhortation may also be solicited from the other participants within the bounds of relevance and congeniality. The overall objective will be to create a liberated atmosphere where people feel free and comfortable to share their concerns and get their longtime, internalized questions at the least addressed and ideally answered. This format is being employed to stir discussion and participation amongst God’s people and counter the current spectator, one-way monologue program that is being practiced in most contemporary church worship services today. The goal being to allow the Holy Spirit the freedom, time and interaction to bring knowledge, wisdom, healing and support to the members of Christ’s body, for one another and by one another. As well as, inviting outside seekers of truth into a non-intimidating, non-traditionally religious setting of dialogue, where they can pose their questions without fear of judgment and openness and acceptance in a spirit of love and mutual engagement. Join us as we pierce through the darkness & cut our way through the murky waters of what Christianity has become today, so as to find the freedom that Christ intended us to have, in the same way he taught & shared when he walked & lived life among the people. What was the Act's Church & were we meant depart from it into what Church has become today. And if we have, how did we get there? Join us as we unravel these questions & tackle many more which has made Christianity into what it is today.ian faith.
What constitutes a ‘good death’? How and where are people dying? Are the needs of the dying being met? How can we advocate for a “good death”? Considering we are all going to die and lose loved ones at some point in time in our journey through life, these are all important questions to explore. Recently there has been an increased emphasis on the importance of addressing healthcare disparities in end of life care. This increased emphasis is mostly as a result of a bountiful of research on how dying patients are invisible in many acute healthcare settings in the United States and are victims of healthcare disparities. That is, certain groups receive lower quality of care than others. Worse than being a dying patient, is being a dying patient who is perceived by medical personnel as belonging to a different race, culture or ethnicity. These biases that lead to disparate treatment are often present at a subconscious level.
Dr. Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán is associate professor at the Werner Institute at Creighton University. She is a certified mediator and arbitrator by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court. She is a Fulbright Scholar who has actively participated in the field of conflict studies through national and international conferences and workshops, and has conducted a wide variety of trainings and seminars in the field.
Dr. Font-Guzmán conducts qualitative research with a focus on the fields of healthcare disparities, law, and conflict engagement. Specifically, how people construct meaning at critical points in their lives about their identity (e.g., professional and community), reflective learning/practice, and end of life to explore the manners in which meaning-making leads them to productively engage with conflict. She also explores how marginalized individuals create alternate stories and counter-narratives to address institutional injustices.
Izzy Clark is the Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator at Women for Women International, an organisation that supports the most marginalised women in countries affected by war and conflict, helping them to rebuild their lives and play an active role in their communities.
Through a year-long training programme, women develop skills to earn and save money, improve health and wellbeing, influence decisions in their home and community, and connect with networks for support. Izzy has travelled to Afghanistan and Bosnia-Herzegovina to visit WfWI’s programmes and meet women participants and graduates, seeing the impact of the training at first hand.
This program broadcasts from the UK and is hosted by Suparna Malhotra.
Join your host P4R4L3G4L as i discuss the SCOTUS and and landmark religious liberty cases as we ponder the implications of the recent ruling on same sex marriage