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Tune in TONIGHT (12/16/2014) @ 11: 30 PM EST for "Abusers n Bullies: Should They Reap What They Sow?" on Deep, Dark, n Dirty. Join us in the CHATROOM @ www.blogtalkradio.com/knowurenemy or CALL IN @ (917)889-3369 and PRESS#1 to voice your opinion on this topic.
The bible teaches us to turn the other cheek when people do us wrong. We teach kids to tell an adult supervising them or cop if someone does something bad to them. But what if all that doesn't help?! Some parents even say fight back. Nowadays, you fight back you get jumped or killed. What do you do when the pressures of life get to be too much? What do you do when find out your loved ones commit suicide for no one took up for them? Let's talk about it tonight.
TOPIC: The tragic killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown and news that a grand jury did not indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson for any crimes related to his death! The discussion will be guided by Rev. Dr. Thomas and Bishop Selders.
The Right Reverend Doctor John L. Selders, Jr. is an ordained minister serving in the United Church of Christ, the organizing pastor of Amistad United Church of Christ, Hartford, CT, and Assitant Chaplain at Trinity College. Bishop Selder's hometown is St. Louis.
Bishop Selders has served as Lecturer at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, CT., Adjunct Faculty Member in the Field Education at Andover Newton Theological School, Newton, MA., Dean of Urban Ministry Track for The Anglican Divinity School and is an adjunct faculty member for The Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education, Chicago, IL. He serves on a number of boards and works with several organizations both locally and nationally whose work is ultimately concerned with the healing of humanity.
Reverend Dr. Weldon G. Thomas is a native of Annapolis, MD. He is the pastor of New Bethel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in Rochester, New York. Prior to his current appointment, Rev. Thomas served as the Presiding Elder of the New York - New England District of the CME Church supervising 20 churches in the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York. Dr. Thomas serves as the Director of Christian Education for the New York – Washington Region of the CME Church, and as a member of the C.M.E. Board of Institutional Chaplains. He has served as assistant pastor in Philadelphia, PA., and pastored in Winston-Salem, NC, and in Washington, D.C. where he was the president of the Black Methodist Clergy Association of Greater Washington DC.
Sue was born in New York City and graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Visual and Environmental Studies and a minor in East Asian Studies. Over the years she has worked in short form and long form T.V. commercials and both independent and studio film projects. Her design credits for film include Dancing in September for HBO films, Peep World for IFC Films, Shades of Ray for Film Sundance Channel, and most recently The Congress for Drafthouse films. The Congress was selected for the director’s fortnight at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.Television design credits include a pilot for Greg Daniels and Robert Padnick (The Office) for NBC/Universal and currently the Fox Television comedy Weird Loners for Michael Weithorn (King of Queens, True Colors, Family Ties) and Jake Kasdan (Sex Tape, Bad Teach, The New Girl).As a supervising art director her recent credits include the sequel to the visually groundbreaking film 300-300:Rise of an Empire for Warner Bros. Pictures and the critically acclaimed Gone Girl for director David Fincher and 20 Century Fox Films. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Mr Cris Akufuna is the Public Relations Manager for The Electoral Commission of Zambia, an independent and autonomous Electoral Management Body responsible for spearheading, facilitating and supervising the electoral process of Zambia. The commission will be embarking on the task of conducting a presidential by-election in view of the death of President Michael Chilufya Sata on October 28, 2014 in England. Mr Akufuna will discuss what the preparations entail, budget requirements, deployment of electoral officers, determination of actual election day and the procedure of presidential candidates filing for nominations. He will also address the matter of voter registration as it relates to the upcoming presidential by-election and whether there will be provision for new voters' registration.
Ken Hamilton assumed his duties at the Small Business Administration as the Assistant District Director for Business Development for the Northern Florida District in June 2006. In this capacity, he is responsible for supervising the district staff and overseeing the management and marketing of SBA certification programs for small businesses in within the 43 counties of Northern and Central Florida. These programs include the 8(a) program that consist of a portfolio of over 170 firms with a contract volume of over $640 million annually to 8(a) certified companies . His department is also responsible for monitoring and marketing other SBA certification programs for small businesses such as the HUBZone, Women Owned Small Businesses, and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses programs.
Contact Mr. Kenneth Hamilton at www.sba.gov or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the host panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line. You too can Join our Round Table Discussion.
Bards Logic Welcomes Brita Schipner from East Germany, Dr. Jared Bigham, English Professor in China, Lisa Rassi, and more from Ralph Meloon. We will discuss Socialism in America, The Reason the Liberals Have to Lose on Tuesday November 4th.
Dr. Jared Bigham oversees support for successful implementation of Tennessee’s sweeping reforms focused on preparing students for success beyond high school. He was Supervising Principal of Copper Basin Schools in Polk County, Tennessee. He serves on Tennessee’s Academic Standards Leadership Council, and he is the former Executive Director of the Tennessee Rural Education Association. Jared is a graduate of Lee University, a master’s in curriculum and instruction from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and a doctorate degree in educational leadership from Liberty University.
Lisa Rassi Bachelors degree from Wheaton College;Repatriated to America this summer after 8.5 years in Asia Pacific.Int'l travel growing up included the Middle East, Western and Eastern Europe including USSR. Moved with immediate family (husband and 2 daughters) to Beijing in January 2006 where we lived for 5 full years before moving to Singapore for 3.5 years subsequently.
Ralph Meloon became well known in the community for building boats, a system of canals in Orlando, storm proof boathouses, dams, and even rescued an architect's million dollar home from sinking into the Florida muck. His travels travel took him to over 90 nations, almost 40 of which were communist.
Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.
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A multiple Emmy winner and former supervising producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show, LeGrande Green is the host of BOLD. From the outspoken to the outrageous, this wellness podcast features guests, headlines and heart topics guaranteed to jump-start the way you live, laugh and love out loud.
We are all products of the messages we receive in our lives; messages from peers, media, and friends. None of these messages are as powerful as those we receive from our caregivers in childhood. Our childhood messages impact the intimacy we have or don’t have, our parenting skills, even the careers we choose. We become imprisoned in these roles, guided by inner voices created in childhood. Together lets silence those intrusive inner voices, so wecan be who we truly want to be not who we were were set up to be.
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Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Rafael Boker, PCC. Boundaries are our way of communicating with other people – letting them know where we stand, how far are we willing to go, and in which direction. Values are what we use as a description of our selves, our “true essence” if you would like. What happens when our boundaries are breached? Are we really venerable there? Are we really being hurt? Come on and listen to this layout of definitions and discoveries to assess your own behavior in your culture. Allow yourself to embrace your values in a way you might not have thought about before.
Rafael Boker was born to provoke and help others to transform their lives into their best selves. With more than 6 years of experience, Rafael coached and trained other coaches to be rooted to their true essence. Rafael comes from a small family and created a bigger one, fulfilling his essence as a father, along with helping other individuals to grow themselves to create a life that they love and fulfill their dreams. Rafael was trained at CTI (The Coaches Training Institute) as a Co-Active coach, and currently holds the role of leading certification programs for CTI, supervising, holding a beautiful marriage and parenting three children.
Dr. Udell is a leader in the healthcare industry with over thirty years of experience. Presently, Dr. Udell is practicing behavioral pediatrics in Davie, FL where he has focused on children with developmental disabilities including ADHD and Autism.
Dr. Udell attended Temple University on a Guggenheim Scholarship and went to Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine for his MD degree. He then became a resident in Pediatrics and Chief Resident at The Wilmington Medical Center in Delaware and the Dupont Institute. He spent two years as a Fellow in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. His main focus throughout the earliest years of his training was on brain hemorrhage and subsequent neuro-development, plus the use of computers to assess newborn nutrition (including some of the earliest publications about that topic).
His first practice was in New Orleans, LA, and Dr. Udell moved from there to became a partner at the neonatal practice in Fort Lauderdale, FL, which eventually became Pediatrix Medical Group (now Mednax). Dr. Udell was the Medical Director of Broward General Medical Center’s newly built Newborn Intensive Care Unit, one of the largest and busiest of its kind in the US. He then became the Medical Director of Pediatrix Medical Group, supervising hundreds of physicians from all around the country.
From 2002 until 2008, he was a partner at Best Practices Medical Partners, LLC and principle in the medical malpractice insurance company Applied Medico-Legal Solutions RRG. There, Dr. Udell spearheaded the drive to help physicians get better medical malpractice coverage by evaluating and implementing best practices by using computer algorhythms to assess medical outcomes.
The current air campaign being conducted by the United States and its coalition allies in Iraq and Syria, is a complex and poorly understood operation by the American people. And clearly, the Administration of President Barack Obama prefers it that way, given that they have not even bothered to announce publicly, a name for the operation. Most of the commentators regarding this operation are political in nature, with an occasional retired Army or Marine general officer, to comment on aerial operations they have little or no insight into, and no personal experience with whatsoever. The airwaves, cable, and satellite bandwidth is presently dominated by airpower dilettantes, ignorants, and media wannabes, providing the public with no information whatsoever about the combat operations currently being in the Middle East by America and its Allies. There is however one place they can go to gain information and learn the truth about what is happening right now, and that place this week is Military Monday on the Writestream Radio Network.
For the finest and most authoritative discussion you will hear in American media on the current bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@Greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on @Writestream) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Lt. Gen. David Deptula (@Deptula_David), USAF (Ret.). and Dean of the Air Force Association's (@AirForceAssoc) Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies. General Deptula is a career fighter pilot, intelligence officer, and airpower planner, whose experience includes helping construct the air campaign plan for Operation Desert Storm, and actually supervising the air campaigns in Afghanistan (2001) and Iraq (2003). Arguably the finest authority on airpower in the world today, the general is going to give listeners an amazing hour of information they will find nowhere else.
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Meet our guest for next week's a Chat in the Garden.... Keisha Pexton, Director of Apprentice Athletics. You don't want to miss talking about this unique Institution- the Student-Athletes are indeed "Employees". Ask your questions live at www.chatinthegarden.com and 347-989-8385 Tuesday at 11:30 am est.
Bio- A former Lady Builder basketball standout who played two years of professional basketball, Keisha Pexton enters her seventh year as the Athletic Director at The Apprentice School. She is entering her third year as Manager Strategic Projects in addition to her role as Athletic Director.
Pexton worked for two years as an Electrical Planner on CVN 76 Ronald Reagan before becoming a Craft Instructor at the school for Production Planner Apprenticeship Program in 2005. She stayed with the Lady Builders as an assistant coach until the start of the 2005-06 season where she moved into the role of Academic Coordinator for both basketball teams. Her duties for the Apprentice School changed again in 2007 when she became a Craft Instructor for the Modeling and Simulation and Nuclear Test Technician Apprenticeship Programs and she was supervising three of the advanced programs until she took over as Athletic Director in March of 2008.
A native of Virginia Beach and a Salem High School graduate, Pexton earned her undergraduate degree in Organizational Leadership and Management in May of 2004 from Regent University and her master’s degree in Human Resource Development at George Washington University in December of 2006. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctorate in Strategic Leadership from Regent University.
Pexton has one son, Andrew (9).
Jules Cook is a production designer and art director for feature films, commercials and digital media. His film credits include art direction for the Matrix, Lord of the Rings and Chronicles of Narnia trilogies to name a few. Jules has recently returned from production designing “Chappie”, Neill Blomkamp’s latest sci-fi feature filmed in Johannesburg, South Africa. Born in Wellington and raised in New Zealand, Jules began working in the film industry in set construction which led to the study of architecture and drafting. After working for architectural firms and as a set designer in New Zealand and overseas, he was accepted to the Australian Film, Television and Radio schools (AFTRS) to study Production Design in 1995. Jules has worked extensively in Australia and New Zealand and his roles since then have included supervising art director for films such as "10,000 B.C.", "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian", Peter Jacksons, "The Lovely Bones" and "Yogi Bear" as well as production design for the black comedy "Two Little Boys", directed by Robert Sarkies. Jules has enjoyed a diverse experience through the many film and design projects in various countries. His background in architecture and construction coupled with work in the film, visual effects and digital graphics areas has led to a sound knowledge in design and implementation across many aspects of entertainment media. You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail. Follow us on Twitter @123Film