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Special guest co-host: Angela Stribling of WHUR Pillow Talk with Angela.
If you're a single female between the ages of 30-45 and you've never been married, we'd like to hear from you.
In China women that are not married by the age of 30 are considered to be LEFTOVER women. What do you feel our culture is projecting on YOU?
Alasdair Macleod, who is an expert in precious metals, says, “The fundamental reason gold (prices) is getting better is the dollar is getting weaker. The strength of the dollar in 2015 was all about falling commodity prices. Commodity producers all owe dollars. The result was when their incomes dropped, they had to cover the dollars that weren’t going to get rolled over. The bank was not going to roll over dollars for Brazil or Glencore. That period is over, and the reason it is over is China now has its 13th five year plan, which is aimed at developing the rest of Asia. . . . It wants to give it an industrial revolution. You have a turn that has actually occurred in commodities, and if commodity prices are rising, then by definition, the purchasing power of the dollar is falling. The price of commodities over a long period of time tends to drop. The price of commodities measured in dollars tends to rise over a long period of time and quite spectacularly. . . . You can see this relationship between the dollar and gold priced in commodities is the thing to watch. . . . The natural drift for the dollar is down. There is a reason for foreigners to sell the U.S. dollar, and this is the key thing. . . . I see gold going better . . . because the dollar is going down.”
On this edition of Ringside Reporter we introduce our new co-host Joe Habeeb. We also preview the upcoming fight with Amir Khan and Canelo Alvarez. Who's gonna win? Tune in and find out. We'll have the latest antics by Tyson Fury, trust me you don't want to miss this. Floyd Mayweather talks possible comeback. All this and the latest news and rumors on this edition of the Ringside Reporter Podcast.
The Galapagos Agenda: A Paradigm Shift Thriller Book 1~
Max Villalobos is the gifted son of a corporate tycoon. His dream is to make it on his own, even if that means going against his powerful father who has far different plans when it comes to Max's future.
In order to prove who's "boss" the infamous billionaire, Roy Villalobos, stages Max's own kidnapping using their personal Chief of Security. The plan backfires with a near escape, and an explosion that kills Max's girlfriend, turning the tables on Max's original plans.
With the cloud of murder hanging over his head, Roy Villalobos offers to sort things out for Max, suggesting his son disappear until the air clears. But when Max arrives aboard the Galapagos Treasure on his way to the Cook Islands, he discovers that not only has he become Suspect #1, but his murdered beloved just happened to be an undercover MI-5 agent on a mission to infiltrate the family and investigate Max's father for multiple crimes.
Yet the biggest crime of all is about to occur....
Three Latin American political powerhouses have arranged a secret meeting to take place aboard the Galapagos Treasure. Working on a potential transfer of the Galapagos Islands into the hands of the U.S., their intention is to reset the military balance in case of a future confrontation with China. However, Roy Villalobos's 'World War' is good for business, and provoking a conflict between two dominant nations is just what Roy has in mind to increase his wealth and reach the epitome of power.
I have travelled extensively around the world and in varying ways; raised in UT, I left after University and lived in Seoul for 19 months and then Taipei for 15. I was home for a year before moving to Australia for 7 years, living in both Sydney and Melbourne and traveling the region extensively -road trips up and down the coasts of Australia, campervanning Tasmania. Travel to Fiji, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Japan, Philippines, Ibiza, Guam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, China, I also spent 3 months in a Campervan with my family trying to save my crumbling marriage in New Zealand, covering a lot of ground on both islands! It didn't work... I spent another few years in Australia before moving back to the States, and lost for what to do with my life I joined a travel dating website. I went on blind first dates to South Africa and Israel, and trips to Paris, Istanbul, Nashville, Memphis, New Orleans and Germany with the same two men (individually) over the course of 2 1/2 months. I just returned from my own solo trip to Mexico. I've also alone traveled elsewhere. There is still more but perhaps this will suffice for now! I'm writing a book and starting my own podcast called Escape the Narrative. I'm a mother of two children, my field is journalism and PR but more recently I've been a spokesperson, writer, model and actress. Not only do I have extensive knowledge and interesting stories, I'm also willing to open up and talk about my life, my divorce and the changes in my journey and how I have travelled differently in response to those changes.
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Tom Brady gets sacked, and the Raiders are packing their bags for....Sin City?; North Carolina and Texas voter ID laws upheld - for now; It was not a good week for greenstremism, but at least Obama bagged another coal company scalp; Colorado Supreme Court upholds anti-Christian persecution; Congress notices Obama ICE's release of over 86,000 illegal alien felons over past three years; and should we nuke ISIS while Kim jong-Un's "pleasure squad" looks on?
Then, in hour #3 of the Satuday Afternoon Radio Extravaganza on Constitution Radio on KMET 1490-AM, 4PM Eastern/1PM Pacific:
"We're on the eve of Trumpstruction" as the Indiana Primary "last stand" looms; This just in: California Democrats do not like the late John Wayne; and this just in: La Raza doesn't like Donald Trump.
Another one of my talented friends that I have had the pleasure of working with on China and Blues project. She will give some hints on the movie business for those of you who are interested in going into this field of endeavor. The good, the bad and the ugly. Michele has worked with some of the movie industry's movers and shakers.
This is Volume 1 Pt.2 of our series titled "The Armageddon Diaries"- This show is a continuation of our last show, but goes further into details on the current state of economic, political, geopolitical, & cultural affairs globally. We will examine a host of issues and get right down to the "why's", When's" ,"Where's" ,"hows". We will also connect this to prophecy and show you the workings of God in all of these things that are now unfolding in America and around the world.- We hope that you join us and tune in!
Press the button below or call in at (347) 855-8228 (press 1 to comment) on Firday at 7:30 EST as A Women's Circle will put forth a provocative exploration of how Western standards of beauty are influencing cultures across the globe and impacting personal, professional, romantic and familial relationships. Processes like skin lightening in Africa, hair smoothing in Black America, eyelid reconstruction in China, and plastic surgery worldwide continue to rise in popularity for men and women. Through a historical and sociological lens, we will discuss whether colorism has gotten better or worse over time. Join the discussion!
ACP looks at the primaries and a much tightened race. Bernie re thinks, and longshot Ted Cruz picks a running mate while Kasich just wont go away, and who knows what else. Then stay tuned for Mark Hoffman and his guest Tom Jefferson job moving to Mexico! We will be Talking with Tom Jefferson whose Job has Laid him off and they are moving to Mexico, and China. He will update his situation. Plus he is also an adamant 2nd Amendment activist Down in the Lone Star State.He will fill us in also on what he is doing on that front.
Dr. Sara Hsu is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the State University of New York at New Paltz and Research Director at the Asia Financial Risk Think Tank in Hong Kong. Dr. Hsu specializes in Chinese economic development, informal finance, and shadow banking. She has published one of the only English-language books on the topic of Chinese informal finance, Informal Finance in China: American and Chinese Perspectives, as well as one of the only Chinese-language books on Chinese shadow banking. She has also published a number of articles and books on the topics of sustainable development, financial crises, and trade.
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