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  • 01:00

    Washington DC's G.I. Film Festival

    in Travel

    As we celebrate this year's G.I. Film Festival we thought we'd share some highlights from previous years.  As with every day,  World Footprints  is proud to pay tribute to our nation’s heroes--our men and women in uniform, and the Hollywood patriots who support them. From the red carpet of the 2011 G.I. Film Festival in Washington DC, we will share our conversations with three award-winning actors: Gary Sinise, William Devane and Lou Diamond Phillips.  We also met award-winning filmmaker Rodney Ray and budding filmmaker Chris Loverro. The GI Film Festival is the first film festival in the nation to exclusively celebrate the successes and sacrifices of the service member through the medium of film.    Then we’ll chat with actor Sean Kanan who is best known for his role as Deacon Sharpe on The Young and the Restless. Sean joins us to talk about his journey from the mid-west to Hollywood and his travels with the USO.

  • 01:31

    It Is Finished! 22APR15 Police Brutality, Red Heel Cadets, Iran/US Warships

    in Christianity

    There is a lot of police brutality taking place in the United States. It is what could be the start of a multi-state race riot if not put under control. What can be done to stop this from taking place? Cadets have been required to wear Red Heels for the movement "Walk in Her Shoes" to bring awareness to Sexual Abuse. Is this the proper way to bring awareness by feminizing future military servicemen? The USA and Iran in a showoff with warships being dispatched. Are we in danger of a war? Could this be what becomes the prelude to a major battle? News that You can Use as it relates to the Bible and End Times.

  • 03:01

    A Muslim and a Catholic wake up in Merica

    in Politics

    Tonight 7pm CST join us as we discuss soldiers the forgotten heroes or are they "cannon fodder" as Henry Kissinger once said. We will dive deep into the reasons someone becomes a soldier and what their opinions are today after serving. We will also discuss the governments responsibility to the service men and women. You can tell the moral fiber of a country by how it treats its young, old, and its servicemen and we fail miserably. We will also be discussing education us vs them. Ours here in the states and in other parts of the world to see how we stack up. Catch us on jrevradio.com or call us to join in the conversation at (347) 857-4397  

  • 00:30

    How John Bury Helps Vietnam Veterans With Agent Orange Dioxin Poisoning

    in Military

    During the Vietnam War, the United States military sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange and other herbicides on trees and vegetation. Several decades later, concerns about the health effects from these chemicals continue. One of the groups impacted by Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning is the servicemen who were at sea. These brave men are often referred to as Blue Water Navy, which includes Coast Guard and Fleet Marine personnel. Although it has been over forty years, there are still so many servicemen as well as their offspring who continue to suffer due to Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning. While the United States Veterans Administration offers "eligible Veterans", a free Agent Orange Registry health exam to assess possible long-term health problems related to exposure, gathering the information is quite a task. However, there are people out there who are doing everything they can to help our veterans get the help that they need. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Mr. John J. Bury, a retired US Navy and Vietnam War Veteran. He is going to talk about Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning and his work as an advocate, helping others that have also been affected. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2015 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.



  • 01:01

    Books of Excellence Mike Mullins and Marc Yablonka

    in Books

    Bonnie Kaye and her co-host Marc Yablonka welcome back author Michael D. Mullins, a native Hoosier with roots in the mountains of Southwest Virginia.  After serving our country in Vietnam, he attended a small college in that region and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree.  He married while in college, returned to Indiana, and started a family.  He and his wife are the parents of two sons and five grandchildren.  He completed a second undergraduate degree while working full time for a steel producer.

    Mullins has served his community in a variety of service organizations.  He was also a member of a local school board of trustees for sixteen years and established a local scholarship committee.  He is a member in good standing with Military Writers Society of America.

    Tonight we will discuss Mike's books that pay tribute to Vietnam and servicemen including Vietnam in Verse, Kings of the Green Jelly Moon, Out of the Midst, and Pass the Salt Doc. 

    This show is a program for independent authors. It was created for the authors in the Books of Excellence Coop found at www.BooksofExcellence.com; however the show welcomes independent authors and entertainers as time permits


  • 03:03

    My King's Service Worldwide Fellowship Network - Veterans for Tomorrw V4T & DTN

    in Religion

    My King's Service Worldwide Fellowship Network with Arch-Bishop Dr. Abrams, MDiv., DD - 

    1789 President & General George Washington Spoke these words:

    "The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive how the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation." 

    My King's Radio Network (MKS PCG) and Veterans For Tomorrow (V4T) are teaming up to tackle the Veteran Housing Crisis.  

    With all funds raised, we will be able to construct, transport and distribute Veterans Homes.  We are looking for Your help to help our nations servants in their greatest time of need.  This isn't when our servicemen are deployed at War, no, this is for the Veterans who struggle every day to make ends meet.  This is for the Veterans that were forced out of the Military because they just weren't good enough, and now they are stuck almost on the street with a wife and three kids.  

    Our Project seeks to raise $4,500,000.00.  With this project support, we will be able to self sustain the creation and deployment of homes while providing the best possible prices on land for the individual Veterans. This will also sustain a modest salary for the project manager for the next 10 years.

    This is our turn to give back to those who gave all.


  • 00:48

    John Carver Show - Pour the Coffee

    in Self Help

    This show is from a sermon I shared in January 2015.  

    Source: From Davon Huss’ Sermon: Willingly

    “Barry Cameron tells about an airplane flight that he took. On the flight there were four servicemen. Before the door on the plane was closed, the pilot announced we had a number of special guests on our flight (the servicemen in uniform) and asked us to show our appreciation to them. The plane erupted in applause and cheers. It was a wonderful way to begin a flight. 

    A few moments later, a man and a woman in first class, got up and came back to two soldiers in the coach cabin and said, "Would you like to sit in first class?" The look on the soldiers' faces was priceless. So was the look from others in first-class looking back and many of us in the coach section. The two soldiers stood, got their bags from the overhead compartment and walked up to the first-class section and took their new seats. Amazingly, a few minutes later, another couple got up from first class and came back and did the same thing for two more soldiers. To say the least, it was a very moving experience. 

    As our plane lifted off and began to climb into the clouds, I couldn’t help but admire the four common, ordinary people, who may not have even been Christians. They did something uncommon and extraordinary. They served, rather than waiting to be served.”

    Naaman pictured what the prophet was going to do for him and how he was going to do it.

    Naaman ALMOST blew it if it wasn’t for a few more “unnamed” people.

    Mary Hallet reminds us that “one of the most amazing things about Bible stories is their sheer restraint. With one or two deft strokes a scene is painted, a character is sketched, or an incident described.... There is, I say, something astonishing in the terse poetry of the Bible.”


  • Ask The Aromatherapist: Healthy Bodies & Healthy Spirits For 2015

    in Health

    Tune into BlogTalk Radio on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 11am(PT) / 2pm (ET)/ 1pm (CT)

    End of year reflection and New Year renewal is a rite of passage that has been supported by restorative essential oils for centuries.

    Join Certified Holistic Practitioner Monica Bickerstaff Riley and Co-Host Karen Marie Campbell, Owner of The Spirit Within U, as they discuss oils that support gentle cleansing of your body temple, uplift your spirits and address emotional dis-stress: difficulty with transitions, addiction, toxic habits, limiting beliefs. Specific attention will be paid to the "Tri-C Trifecta": lemon, lime, grapefruit; essential oils which naturally and gently detox your body.

    This show will greatly benefit those who experience PTSD and high anxiety issues. Honoring our Nation's Veterans and Active Duty Servicemen and Servicewomen.

    "Living Well...one healthy step at a time"

    Sponsored by The Spirit Within U Metaphyiscal/Spiritual Gift Shoppe, 4780 West Ann Road, Ste4, North Las Vegas, NV 89031 702.658.2257 www.TheSpiritWithinU.com Music Featured "Possible" By Melvin James Hendrix

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights author Bonnie Toews

    in Books

    Mount Albert, Ontario – While journalism adheres to strict rules for how the specific facts of a story are recorded and reported, fiction is a landscape where, in some ways, there are no rules except to make the story seem real. Still, writing a fictional novel requires the same discipline, curiosity and attention to detail as the best investigative journalism.

    Bonnie Toews is an author, journalist and the founder of Whistler House Publishing. This month marks the release of the second novel in Toews’s Trilogy of Treason series, Covert Denial, inspired by her experiences as a journalist covering Rwanda’s humanitarian relief effort in 1994.

    “I found the only way I could publicize what went on was to tell it through fiction,” says Toews. “More often than not, people believe fiction more than they believe the truth.”

    While reporting in Rwanda, Toews discovered she and servicemen had been prescribed an antimalarial drug known as Mefloquine that for some people causes severe adverse reactions. The drug made them more combative and aggressive by entering the neural network and attacking the frontal brain and adrenal gland. Some have even theorized the recent massacre at Fort Hood could be linked to this drug and the U.S. surgeon general has since banned the drug, particularly for Special Forces troops on the ground.

    “The Canadian peacekeepers were very mum at first, but after I was able to earn their trust, I didn’t even have to ask questions,” says Toews. “But back home, no one was interested in what was happening to them.”

    In addition to her work as a novelist, Toews is an advocate for better care and treatment of Canada’s veterans at http://homecomingvets.wordpress.com.


  • 00:49

    Author Susan Jimison discusses her memoir "Dear Mark" on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Authors on the Air Host Pam Stack welcomes author Susan Jimison.  Susan will discuss her poignant memoir penned about her brother Mark, who was killed in Vietnam.  Susie spend a lifetime wondering about her big brother after he enlisted for Vietnam service.  As a teenager, she did not know what much about her brother but spend years connecting with soldiers from his unit, learned about his selfless deeds and how he died.  Please join our conversation by calling 347-633-9609.  If you were a servicemen in the Vietnam War, Susie is interested in speaking to you about your experiences too. Susan's book is available through Amazon at http://amzn.to/1vZuJA3.

    Underwriting generously provided by Michael Lowndes at PML Media Inc. On the web at http://pmlmedia.com. Music provided by author, composer and musician Robert Gregory Browne. Sponsorship for this evenings LIVE broadcast provided by Discount Pets & Suppies, on the web at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com and the following authors:    Lindsay McKenna, military romance; JCarson Black, crime fiction; Cherry Adair, romantic suspense.

    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Visit us on the web at http://authorsontheair.com or on http://facebook.com/authorsontheair. Follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair.


  • 00:37

    Build Grow Enjoy: National Congress of Black Women

    in Women

    The National Congress of Black Women joins @bge_radio in support of the upcoming Global Community Outreach Project "World AIDS Awareness Weekend" Atlanta 2014. The NCBW will speak on why more than ever its time for communities in the Southeast region of the United States to take the responsibility to #knowyourstatus by getting tested and resources that are available. 

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