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  • 01:56

    Truck Parking Shortage: Drivers at Risk

    in Current Events

    With the shortage of safe and secure parking for our nation's truck drivers back in the news, join us as we discuss the dangers drivers face every day because of the lack of safe truck parking availability.


    Who is responsible for putting drivers at added risk? Where are the most difficult areas to find truck parking? How are regulations adding to the already dangerous parking situations? Who doesn't want to see more available truck parking?


    Our guests include Hope Rivenburg of Jason's Law, Desiree Wood of Real Women in Trucking and our special guests, Ashley Boeglin and David Clark, wife and father-in-law of Michael Boeglin.


    We will also review some startling results of the 2013 National Truck Parking Survey led by Hope and the detailed data analysis performed by Ms. Wood.


    Join us for this very important broadcast.

  • 00:34

    The Shortage of Marriageable Black Men & Black Women's Dreams of Motherhood

    in Self Help

    What's driving more single African-American women to adopt? Like other women, African American women dream of marriage and motherhood. But with the grim number of marriageable black men, professional black women aren’t finding husbands.


    According to the 2006 U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, 45 percent of African-American women have never been married, compared with 23 percent of white women.


    But the decision to adopt isn't just driven by the paucity of eligible African-American men, others say.  "In many cases, it [the pressure to be a mother] begins to set up feelings of unworthiness, poor self-esteem and the feeling that 'I'm not fully a woman,' says Toni Oliver, founder and CEO of Roots Adoption Agency in Atlanta, Georgia, whose agency sees more single African-American women adopting because of infertility issues.


    My guest, Lynda Dorman, 50, was one of these women. Lynda, who holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of International Management from the University of Maryland, University College, decided to stop waiting to get married to become a mother and instead adopted sisters, Leah, 9, and Lauren, 8. Lynda shares her story of letting go, forgiveness, and acceptance.


    Join us Thursday, April 2, 2015, 6:30pm ET for a dynamic conversation on She Struts Radio.


     


     

  • 00:57

    Water Shortage on It's Talk Time

    in Lifestyle

    Show: It's Talk Time


    Hosted by: Zeke Vidaurri


    Topic: Water Shortage


    Guest: Director Ron Smith 


    For more information on tonights guest, go to: www.westbasin.org


    email: directorronsmith@yahoo.com


    Air Date: April 23, 2014

  • 00:19

    Growing Food for a Time of Shortage

    in Self Help

    On the brink of potential disaster that could interfere with the food distribution system, growing your own food is now essential. It is time in the northern hemisphere for selecting the non-GMO heirloom seeds, and for preparing to feed the soil for an organic garden. Plan to save food and seeds for the future. You can grow sprouts, lettuce and other crops indoors in winter, even build a greenhouse.


    If we are to survive economic collapse, earth changes, social changes, public poisons and the implementation of tyranny and Agenda 21, cooperative preparedness in a community support system is crucial.

  • 01:01

    Is there really a shortage of "Good" black men?

    in Self Help

    Join us tonight as we discuss what many of you have heard before or said yourself, there arent any good black men left? Is this true and if so by who standards?

  • 00:26

    RE/Max of Boulder Radio - The Housing Shortage with Duane Duggan

    in Real Estate

    Duane Duggan goes into detail about the current housing shortage, it's causes and what buyers and sellers need to consider.

  • 01:00

    TRUNEWS: Pt 1: Famine 2015 Pt 2: Iran's Underground Church Pt 3: Daniel Akbari

    in News

    How close are we to a food shortage? Rick talks about the fast-spreading bird flu virus. In Part 2, Rick interviews a covert organizer of secret home cell groups in Muslim countries. In Part 3, Rick talks with a former Iranian lawyer who is an expert in Sharia Law. He tells Rick that Islamic honor killings are happening in Western nations, and the police don’t recognize the murders as Islamic killings.


    Friday May 15, 2015


    Anonymous  Saint | Global Catalytic Ministries


    Daniel Akbari | Official Website

  • 00:32

    Young, Single & Celibate in the City

    in Women

    It's natural to desire to be in a relationship. And if you beliee in "happily ever after" then that's what you desire. And yet a lot of women, particularly black women, aren't coupled up. But why? Is the so-called shortage of good black men real or a myth? Have many black women given up on finding a good brother? Would they rather be single than date and marry interracially? And is this a viable option for black women? Can a woman be single, celibate and happy?


    "Some black women choose to be single rather than settle, but rarely is this discussed as a real explanation for why some black women are unmarried," writes Angela Stanley, a researcher at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University. (Black, Female & Single, NYTimes.com, 12/10/11) 


    We'll hear Dionne Renae's story as to why she is, at 34, Young, Single & Celibate in the City. That's Thursday, April 30, 6:30pm ET on She Struts Radio. Tune in. 


     

  • 01:00

    Right From The Left Coast

    in Politics Conservative

    Join me and my audience today at 7 PM Eastern, for Scripture, news of the day: National, Local and State news. We still have ridiculous articles in our paper on the State of CA's water shortage, and the water wars. Unbelieveable!


    I can find plenty of topics, such as our history, world history and the solutions to our problems.


    Join the chat room, listen to the show, and call in with your comments and questions.


    Be part of the revolution

  • 00:30

    Ideal Network hosted by Peter Mingils - Empowered to Reclaim!

    in Business

    Ideal Network hosted by Peter Mingils - Empowered to Reclaim!


    The IDEAL Network creates HELP Services and the IN Place where individuals are empowered to reclaim innate freedoms and generate fortunes from many choices that are available from open-source interactions locally, globally, and even universally. There is NOT a shortage of wealth-generating options... 


    Darlene Sartore - founder of "The Ideal Network". You can find more about Darlene at: http://www.IdealNetwork.biz 


    Darlene Sartore living in southern Indiana...  "is a very active online 67 year young honest integrated thinking and acting libertarian humanist."...  


    To listen to past shows go to: http://www.buildingfortunesradio.com.

  • 02:00

    "Blood Is Thicker Than Water" - COCKTAIL CONVERSATIONS with KLJN 107.7

    in Radio

    Welcome and thank you for listening to COCKTAIL CONVERSATIONS with The Controversial Counselor.Its Graduation Time and decision and choices need to be made about the graduates future.


    In Scenario 11 Blood is Thicker Than Water, Brianna has to make a major decision between Dad and Step dad. 

    Graduation time was meant to be good times, but in this case, someone had to deal with pain and betrayal. Brianna was graduating from high
    school, but due to the shortage of tickets given out by her high school, four tickets, she had a major decision to make. One ticket went to her mother
    Helen, two other tickets went to her grandparents, that means she had only one ticket left. Certainly, that ticket should go to her stepdad Eric
    who has been a part of her life since she was three years old and has been the only Dad she knows.


    Her biological dad was informed by his sister that his precious daughter who he had nothing to do with throughout her life would be graduating from high school, so Leon contacted her two days before graduation and stated he wanted to start over and very much would like to attend the ceremony. Brianna was confused but always wanted that love and acceptance from Leon, so she told her mother that she wanted her dad to attend the graduation. Helen informed Eric of the news and he was devastated and upset. Helen pretty much told him that this day was all about Brianna and he needs to build a bridge and get over it. What should Brianna do? Do you think Helen handled this situation correctly? Where does Eric go from here after being betrayed?


    Call (347) 237-5342 and press "1" to speak live on the air.


    And now here is The Contoversial Counselor, David Glover.