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This is part 1 of 2 for this week. Tonight we have guest George Gallow and Terry McNeely. They will be at the Comedy Zone this weekend. One show Friday at 8 and two shows on Saturday 7 and 9!! Find us on Facebook, iTunes, and on Comedy Zone's website. We are live every Wednesday at 10 pm..Tonight we are on a special time. 11 pm! Sue us...Enjoy!
Join us every last Wednesday of the month @ 8:00 PM MST, 10:00 PM CST, and 11:00 PM EST as we kick off our new show on Dynasty Network 1382 ""'WAKE THE HELL UP' WEDNESDAYS". Join us for a round-table discussion as we scope out and dissect the different posts on popular social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter (just to name a few)....This show is off the chain, and ANY TOPIC can fall victim to becoming the center of the discussion. This is a live call in show so come engage with us in conversation as we discuss the most ridiculous posts ever seen.
Theresa J Morris & Friends share ACO. Get ready for the explosion in arts and sciences. We now deal with cosmology, Universal Laws. Cosmology includes metaphysics and that which is ever changing essence as a constant in the universe. One constant in the universe is change. Ancestors left us an insurmountable way to comprehend our knowledge left inside us all. Inner unforgettable laws in our DNA. Law of Thinking, Law of Supply, Law of Attraction, Law of Receiving, Law of Increase, Law of Compensation, Law of Non-Resistance, Law of Forgiveness, Law of Sacrifice, Law of Obedience, and the Law of Success are referred to as the forgotten laws. The observation that there are underlying regularities in nature dates to prehistoric times, since the recognition of cause-and-effect relationships is an implicit recognition that there are laws of nature. Recognition of regularities as independent scientific laws was limited by entanglement in animism, and by attribution of effects that do not have readily obvious causes—such as meteorological, astronomical and biological phenomena—to the actions of various gods, spirits, supernatural beings, and extraterrestrials. Observation and speculation about nature were intimately bound up with metaphysics and morality. Those of us who have passed only to return again know that we can return. Some call this reincarnation. Is this the review of the majority who return after experiencing life after death or what some call a near death experience? The Law of Divine Oneness - everything is connected to everything else. What we think, say, do and believe will have a corresponding effect on others and the universe around us. What we call laws may or may not be exactly the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help us God.
2015 has been declared The Year of the American Black Woman.
The Joshua Generation Network strives to be the build-up and support system and upgirding and upholding of the Black women across the American Diaspora.
With rare and few support systems in place, we acknowledge our place as women, as Black women, and some of us, even as women of God.
We uphold the Black woman in her TRUE PLACE in society, as the only women on the planet who are enabled to turn the world topsy-turvy and sit the United States of America on it's RIGHTFUL COURSE in our lives and in the lives of our children and future generations.
We are feminists who pledge to stand with, beside, and behind our kinsmen and Brothas on this journey to the center of the Earth, and we acknowledge that we are amongst the most powerful of women who can take us there.
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Tonight's special guest is Sue Julsen from Nevada, a returning NAASCA family member, a survivor and thriver and true crime, memoir and crime fiction writer. She's author of the best selling “Bitter Memories” series. Largely, autobiographical, Ms Julsen chose to use fictional names to protect the innocent, and the guilty, from those in real life (she has more crime fiction coming out this year.) Abducted by her father when she was three, the book’s main character, Sarah, found herself in a world of criminal neglect and unfathomable oppression as her father, stepmother and many others perpetrated more and more horrible acts of verbal, mental and sexual abuse on the innocent girl. Continually terrified, Sarah formed separate personalities in order to survive. In nightmares, the other personalities would show Sarah the horrific abuse she was being subjected to in her day to day life. This story of the author’s early life – a life on the run, hungry, abused, and terrified – is a truly unnerving and gripping account of the extremes of neglect and mistreatment a child can undergo, and still survive. “Bitter Memories,” written with the hope that exposing these horrors will help prevent them from happening to others, is dedicated to all survivors of abuse. “Trophy Murders” is the second in the series, part fiction/part non-fiction, and “Cutter’s Revenge” completes her story. Sue also has other works published that can be found on her web site.
Federal Government Overreaching : When do the laws stop and our rights begin?
Lawrence Otis - Night Line
New York - Travel Ban
Parent receives letter about student lunch.
Parents under investigation CPS for letting student walk to park.
Measles outbreak / Vaccines.
Red Hot Conservative: Education Fail.
Call in and voice your opinions and be heard. Non-Partisan talk examining our number 1 issue the loss of freedom. Temeika looks forward to your calls and text. We will be moving the show to 7:30 Every week for Wednesday Weekly! Join your urban girl in a country world to talk about things that matter to Americans. Are you ready to talk?
this Wednesday 1/28/15 at 8pm EST. Some Good Craic is back with Craic Head Mike and Jonny Ra . And special guest Tony Duggins from the Chicago Irish /punk band THE TOSSERS .
The south side of Chicago has a tough working class reputation, it’s also known for one of the largest populations of Irish people this side of the Emerald Isle. So it’s not entirely incongruous that a hard luck kid from the south side of town would choose to play traditional Irish folk music in pubs around the neighborhood. At 18, Anthony (T.) Duggins, was doing just that – playing pub favorites and covers of greats like Christy Moore, and Ewan MacColl. Before long his brother and his best friends were playing the original songs he had written as well, and so became The Tossers. The name was taken from an old slang term used for worthless British coins in Sean O’Casey’s play The Plough and the Stars. The coins became useless after the southern Irish Free State won independence from Britain, and started to print it’s own currency. The term tosser has since come to mean wanker, or it’s American equivalent, jag off.
Barbara Loe Fisher Of The National Vaccine Information Center Visits Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio.
Barbara Loe Fisher is president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), a non-profit charity she co-founded with parents of DPT vaccine injured children in 1982. For the past three decades, she has led a national, grassroots movement and public information campaign to institute vaccine safety reforms and informed consent protections in the public health system. She has researched, analyzed and publicly articulated the major issues involving the science, policy, law, ethics and politics of vaccination to become one of the world’s leading non-medical, consumer advocacy experts on the subject.
She is co-author of the seminal book DPT: A Shot in the Dark (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1985); author of The Consumer's Guide to Childhood Vaccines (1997); Vaccines, Autism & Chronic Inflammation: The New Epidemic (2008) and Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law: A Guide (2014). She is a video commentator for the NVIC Newsletter and Mercola Newsletter and a blogger at www.VaccineAwakening.blogspot.com. Her long public record of vaccine safety and informed consent advocacy was featured in the 2011 award winning film documentary THE GREATER GOOD.
Monique Rodriguez is the CEO of Mielle Organics , a hair and skin care company that uses all natural ingredients. As a mother and Registered Nurse, Monique developed a passion for healthy living and was determined to share her knowledge and enthusiasm about growing and maintaining healthy hair.
In May of 2014, founder, Monique Rodriguez, was inspired to share her regimen of healthy, tailbone-length hair with the masses. This was initially exercised with the creation of the first Mielle Organics product, the Advanced Hair Formula, a unique proprietary blend of herbs, amino acids and minerals to support healthy hair, skin and nails, and immune system. After popular demand, Monique began to meet her customers with the products they demanded with the introduction of the Mint Almond Oil, acclaimed for its scalp sensation, root stimulation for hair growth and illustrious shine. Today, Monique’s products have welcomed a global and viral sensation, with orders from over 100,000 customers around the world in a sevenmonth span. The company has been endorsed by celebrities including: Rasheeda Frost (Love & Hip Hop), Demetria McKinney (Real Housewives of Atlanta and Tyler Perry’s House of Pain), Drew Sidora (BET’s The Game) and a host of naturalistas around the world. Mielle Organics continues to be a market innovator in the natural hair care world and is excited to continue to meet the demands of healthy, natural hair by women and families worldwide.
Monique attended South Suburban College in Illinois and currently resides in the suburbs of Chicago with her husband and two daughters. http://mielleorganics.com
Tonight, on 'The Boiler Room,' we'll take a look at the arts within the community. Whether they're musicians, painters, writers, or any other form of art: why are artists regarded on a lower status than the engineer, lawyer, or doctor? Then, guns: although many support the right to have them, what would be the limits? Should children be exposed to them? What's the best way to handle them safely? Forat Kuza, instructor of Action Impact Firearms and Training Center, will be live to discuss the good and the bad in regards to guns and gun safety. Then, politicians within the community are scarce: but should we support a Chaldean politician even if
we don't agree with their views? Tune in tonight at 8PM. Call in at 347-857-3847 with questions or comments!