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  • 00:35

    USINPAC RADIO Interview With Shazia Ilmi

    in Politics

    USINPAC RADIO Interview With Shazia Ilmi, one of the former National Executive members of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). She is a social activist who was formerly a television journalist, correspondent and anchor.

  • 00:30

    The Late Late Shift with Steven - Episode 24 (The Wolverine on Crack Edition)

    in Entertainment

    How much would it weird you out if you had a pet that made the sound we attribute to them? Like a cat that literally goes "meow" or a dog that says "bark" or "woof" and stuff? Or a lizard that goes...


    What the hell do lizards say? Do they hiss or something, like alligators? Do they even make sound? I've never known a lizard well enough to hear what the little dude has to say. I'm kinda sad about that now.


    This show will not be about lizards or animal sounds. Probably. Could be, but it's not terribly likely. What will it be about? Hell if I know. We'll see when we go live.


    I hope you'll join me for the ride. Should be fun.

  • Authentic Enlightenment - Ep#108 - w/Guest Justin King

    in Entertainment

    Show starts at 9:05pm EST!


    Tonight we will be covering various topics such as Jade Helm 15, gay marriage, TPP, economic collapse and other current events. Lines will be open, so feel free to call in!


     


    Justin King is an investigative journalist and former security consultant. Currently he's the editor of The Fifth Column. He writes regularly for The Anti-Media and Digital Journal, and his work can be seen on hundreds of websites. His activism began in the late 1990s and continues to this day. While actively supporting human rights initiatives he has engaged in traditional activism as well as direct action campaigns.

  • 01:32

    Voices Carry for Animals # 49

    in Current Events

    Hosted by Debbie Dhamer


    Special Guest is:  Jane Velez- Mitchell   A Nationally Known TV/Multi-Media Journalist and Best-Selling Author who


    Speaks Out about Crimes Against People, Animals, and the Environment.


    http://janeunchained.com/  JaneUnchained Website.. Winner of four Genesis awards from the Humane Society of the United State. Jane us known for speaking up for the voiceless...


    http://www.advocate.com/politics/media/2015/04/06/jane-velez-mitchell-giving-voice-voiceless  Jane Velez- Mitchell Giving a Voice to the Voiceless.  The out journalist's newest venture uses new media to spread the word on animal rights, a cause she calls 'the social justice movement of the 21st century.' 


    That movement is animal rights, the focus of Velez-Mitchell’s new website, JaneUnchained, and her online subscription video series, Defining Moments.


    “I had been talking to animal advocates for a long time, and they were saying we need to become the media for animals,” she says. The “we” she refers to isn’t just Velez-Mitchell and her partner in life and work, Donna Dennison, but fellow activists she encourages to contribute their own news videos. “Anybody with a cell phone camera can be a photojournalist,” she says. 


     
     



  • 01:01

    Power of Relationships, “Asphalt Warrior” series with Mike Keefe & Mark Stevens

    in Moms and Family

    Pick Up at Union Station, is the latest book from "The Asphalt Warrior" series by the late Gary Reilly, winner of the 1979 Pushcart Prize. Reilly passed away in 2011 after a two-year battle with colon cancer, trusting a pair of friends to publish his works (25 titles in all) after his death. 


    Since then, Reilly’s works have been in the hands of Mike Keefe, a retired political cartoonist and Pulitzer Prize winner, and Mark Stevens, a former journalist and acclaimed mystery author. 


    Join Mike Keefe, Mark Stevens and me on Tuesday, June 30, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be discussing the power of their relationships in honoring their dear friend Gary, by having his writings available to everyone to enjoy. 

  • 00:36

    Live from MICHELANGELO'S! Wisconsin Public Education Advocates.

    in Education

    BustED Pencils begins its weekly broadcast live from Michelangelo's coffee house.  


    The People's Press Conference


    On Tuesday, June 30, public education supporters from throughout the state will unite in Madison for a press conference at 11:00 am in the Senate Parlor, followed by a reception to show appreciation for legislators who signed on to LRB-2356 and/or LRB-2357 (Our Children Act and the Special Education Restoration Act).


    Following the Capitol event please join Jed and Tim at Michelangleo's coffee house on state street to participate in a live broadcast of BustED Pencils. 

  • 01:00

    Positive Experience with Mary Sam Stoddard on Aspartame

    in Health

    Hey everyone,

    Come listen to this great show...with world known activist Mary Sam Stoddard... we will be talking on numerous topics... one of the main topics of this show will be on Aspartame and how harmful it is to the body? / where it is found? / How to avoid it?

    Link for Show: http://blogtalkradio.com/joeygiggles

    call in number: 310-982-4253

    or join us in our chatroom

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    Summary
    Award Winning Journalist:
    * Newsmaker
    * Broadcaster (Announcer/News Anchor/DJ/Producer)
    * TV News & Documentary Producer (US (all) / Paris, France / London, UK/ Sydney, Australia) 
    * National Radio Talk Show Host
    * Publicist
    * Media Consultant
    * 1st FCC Licensed Female DJ/Announcer/News Anchor on Texas Radio (Jan. 1965)
    * Food Safety Consultant to U.S. President (President's Select Committee on Food Safety)

    Specialties: 
    *Medical (Court-Certified Expert Medical Witness since 1992) 
    *Legal (Served full 7 year term as appointed Texas State Judge 1977-1983) 
    *Science (Researcher & Lecturer) 
    *Public Policy (Testimony for Senate Hearings & Consumer Food Safety Lobbyist) 
    *Health & Fitness (Edits Toxicology Sourcebook / Consumer Advocate) 
    *Environmental Protection (President's Select Committee on Food Safety 1998-99) 
    *Consumer Advocate (Founded international non-profit organization 1987)
    *Mentor

  • 02:01

    The Play "Cracked - New Light on Dementia" & Memory/Alzheimer's Cafes In the US

    in Caregiving

    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio has representatives from the play "Cracked."  Sherry Dupuis is a co-Lead researcher of the Partnerships in Dementia Care Alliance and a Professor in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Waterloo; Julia Gray a Toronto-based theatre director, playwright, and choreographer with a particular interest in creating new, collaboratively-developed theatre in applied settings and Mary Ellen MacLean who works across the country performing, directing, and teaching theatre.  View a video about the play here.


    Email Sherry Dupuis or Julia Gray for more information about Cracked


    The second half we will be talking with Jytte Lokvig from New Mexico and Carole Larkin in Texas. Both are key people in the Memory/Alzheimer's Cafe movement.  Come with questions and comments.  We'd love to talk with you. Contact Jytte Lokvig or Carole Larkin


    Join an Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial today. No insurance is needed to participate. Click Here

  • 02:57

    Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People for June 30, 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    On Tuesday, June 30, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:



    Erik Altieri with the AP Action Fund brings a message of reality with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and what higher education would look like with him as president.


    https://act.myngp.com/el/5587142386090575616/-4688515102348605696



    Ryan Fishman is back this week with another legal round up and more insights into the wonderful world of politics.  This will be one interesting conversation!


    www.thefishmangroup.com



    Diane Bukowski, activist when you need one.  Voice when yours is gone.  Hero when hope is lost.  She begins her weekly series this week on the show than introduction to her publication The Voice of Detroit.


    www.voiceofdetroit.com



    Mark Brewer is back this week to discuss the Supreme Court decision on Redistricting and what it may mean for Michigan.


    https://www.goodmanacker.com/our-firm/attorneys/mark-brewer/



    Chad Selweski, award winning journalist and seeker of truth drops in today with tales of political woe and a deep divide between political philosophies, and oh, so much more.


    www.macombpolitics.blogspot.com



    Open Lines in this half hour with commentary on the state or race in this country, the cautionary tale of “summer break”, and what needs to be done to change the course of insanity in the GOP mantra of “me, me, me”.


     

  • 00:57

    Allison Semmes (Diana Ross Lead in Motown the Musical US) + MORE

    in Entertainment

    Tune in Monday at 9:00 PM ET as Stacey B. of H. Blu's Word interviews the Diana Ross lead in Motown the Musical US, Allison Semmes.


    Chicago Native Allison Semmes is the embodiment of grace and glamour. Her entire presence and aura is reminiscent of the class and demeanor that exuded from the iconic songtresses like Lena Horne, Josephine Baker and Diana Ross. 

    To see Allison bring Diana Ross to life night after night in the Hit Broadway Musical - Motown the Musical is almost like watching the real Diana Ross come alive right before your eyes. From the moment Allison steps on stage she becomes the embodiment of one of the greatest female singers of our time - Diana Ross. 


    The dynamic singer/actress’ notable Broadway credits have also included the cultural smash hit show, The Book of Mormon. Allison's national touring credit also included the Award-winning musical The Color Purple. Semmes regional credits included Dreamgirls, Bubbling Brown Sugar, The Wiz, and Candide. She holds a Masters of Music degree from NYU Steinhardt. For more information go to allisonsemmes.com or @ladysemmes on Twitter.


    Tour Schedule for Motown the Musical US

  • 00:32

    Kevin Stabinsky,"Pearls Before Swine"

    in Books

    I became interested in writing during my freshman year in college (fall 1998). I was deeply involved in playing Ancient Anguish, a text- based fantasy multi-user dimension (MUD) game. One of the perks of completing enough quests in the game was the opportunity to become a coder for the game.


    The joy at seeing my creation come to life got me interested in the creative process, so I decided to pursue a degree in creative writing from Penn State University. I joined the Penn State Schuylkill Campus Collegiate staff, interned at PA Business Central and Voices of Central Pennsylvania, and became a summer correspondent for the Pottsville Republican.


    In Dec. 2002, I graduated from Penn State University with a B.A., English, with an emphasis in nonfiction writing. Following graduation, I enlisted in the Army as a print journalist. During my roughly 6 years in the Army, I covered multiple story types (sports, hard news, features), earning several awards. My work has appeared in multiple newspapers worldwide to include Military.com (readership: 6,023,048); Stars and Stripes, Washington, DC (readership: 1,000,000); and the Associated Press, New York, NY. One of my stories, Girl Waits for Second Chance to See, made the front cover of Stars and Stripes.


    My work in the Army garnered me numerous awards, including the 2007 U.S. Army Forces Command runner-up Journalist of the Year (one of the top 14 journalists Army wide), 2005 Installation Management Southwest Region Journalist of the Year (one of the top seven journalists Army-wide). Other individual Army awards include editor of the 2007 top Army field publication, second place in 2007 for story series, and second place in 2006 for feature articles.


    I am also a graduate of the Christian Writers Guild and have had work published in devotionals such as Soul Journey.