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We are live at the historic Harvey house. The Casa del Desierto station and hotel was built by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and replaced an earlier one built in 1885 that burned in 1908. It was designed by renowned Fred Harvey Company architect Mary Colter in a synthesis of Spanish Renaissance and Classical Revival architecture styles. The historic structure is an elegant presence in the Mojave Desert beside the intermittent Mojave River. Santa Fe then closed the station in 1973.
Rumor is that several spirits still rome these walls. Specificly people recall seeing an apperision of a little girl. In the pictures that some of the locals have taken of her, she seems to be around age 12. Come with us as we try and connect to the spirits here at the Fred Harvey House.
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Have a need? Meet anonymous donors with big checks. Helping hands. Influence. God is moving upon hearts and breaking through barriers in unusual ways to accomplish His purposes outside of the typical church walls. In my hometown community of Topeka, Kansas, the obedient service of Topekan Frank S. Henderson, Jr., and others has enabled God to display Himself in mighty ways. This is exciting! Frank Henderson is Deputy Director of the Topeka Rescue Mission and NET Reach, two Christian social services formed to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of men, women and children. Our obedience in Christ Jesus is our greatest success. If God will move through Frank in Topeka, God can use you in your community too. Hear Frank's testimony and success stories of how God will exceed our expectations when we are willing to be used by Him. Won't He do it?! Join us! A special invitation to Topeka listeners too.
Please join Dave the Mystic on Monday, 7/14 at 8PM MDT with Guest Dr. Robert Barnett. This will be an open discussion on various forms of mental illness, how it is experienced, forms of treatment, etc.
Bob Barnett is a clinical psychologist currently working in Topeka and Lawrence, Kansas. He was educated at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, and completedhis doctoral degree in 1983. Prior to becoming a psychologist, Bob was a high school teacher, counselor, and school psychologist. He was also the chief psychologist for the Kansas Department of Corrections from 1986-1989, and was a regional executive director for CIGNA and Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Kansas.
At present, Bob serves primarily as a clinical forensic psychologist, and his practice is limited to assessment and expert testimony. He evaluates accused felons to assist in their defense, as well as injured workers, and those seeking vocational rehabilitation services. He is board-certified in forensic evaluation.
During the show we will take questions submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Thanks for listening!
"A decade after the ruling, "Brown's moral guidance was translated into the enforcement measures of the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.Yet, in an era where some de facto segregation remains, Obama said "the hope and promise of Brown remains unfulfilled in education.We must continue striving toward equal opportunities for all our children, from access to advanced classes to participation in the same extracurricular activities," Obama wrote. "Because when children learn and play together, they grow, build, and thrive together." President Obama
A resident said she overheard Copeland use a slur at a restaurant in March and wrote to the town manager. Copeland, in an email to her, acknowledged using the slur in referring to the president and said he will not apologize.
“I believe I did use the ‘N’ word in reference to the current occupant of the Whitehouse,” Tom Copeland said in an email to his fellow police commissioners. “For this, I do not apologize – he meets and exceeds my criteria for such.”
Wolfeboro town manager asks police commissioner Tom Copeland to resign over Obama slur
First Contact Radio 6/4/14 Show #1159 hosted by Joshua Poet
SWISS EPHEMERIS for the year 2014
Tree of Life
This Week’s Sky at a Glance, May 30 – June 7
Shavuot Calendar 2014
Bright UFO appears over Casino Du Liban, Jounieh Bay, Lebanon on 27th May 2014
Amazing UFO video recorded in Southern California 30-May-2014
Very Bizarre UFO and Hundreds of ORBs Photographed Over UK
MUFON Meeting About ET Propulsion Systems
Topeka witness reports lights hovering over trees
UFOs reported moving out of ocean near Marine base
Urantia study - LOCAL UNIVERSES
AMAZING! Woman Proves Sound Can Cure ANYTHING!
Affirmation of the Day June 04
FREE Meditation Music "Reflections"
Music from the last century, that your great grandparents danced to will intersperse segments.
Today's featured live guest, bottom of the first hour, Tim Iwig leader of "the Last Dairy Standing" near Tecumsah, Kansas. The Iwig's have a very informative web site, click here.
From "about" Iwig Dairy: William and Mary Iwig moved to the farm at 3320 SE Tecumseh Rd in 1910.Here they raised seven children and, in the early years,William and Mary gardened, raised livestock, and had a small herd of dairy cows from which they sold milk to Crockers Dairy in Topeka.
In 1935, Dan Iwig and Ford Metzger bought and moved Sunkist Dairy to the Iwig farm. At that time there was neither electricity nor any running water. Milk was carried in cans, strained, and bottled raw. The farm got electricity for the first time in 1939, which quickly changed everything. ... "
Read more at Iwig Family Dairy.http://www.iloveiwig.com/index.html
We finish with Wes Jackson of Salina, Ks. "The Land Institute" talking about treating soil like dirt, courtesy Alec Smith's outstanding Radio Ecoshock.
The Tanya Free and Friends Talk Show WCLM1450AM in Central Virginia andWMXP 95.5 FM in Greenville ,SC streaming LIVE on Black Talk Radio Networkand www.tanyafree.com @ 2pm EDT.
This week’s topics include:
Separate and Still Unequal? Progress toward integrated classrooms has largely been rolled back since the Supreme Court issued its landmark Brown v. Topeka Board of Education decision 60 years ago, according to a report released Thursday by the Civil Rights Project at UCLA. What’s Your Take? How do we address the new segregated schools of 2014? How do feel about the assertion that school choice will lead to a better and more diverse public educational system?
Atheist parents and students wanted the Pledge of Allegiance banned in schools in Massachusetts because it contains the phrase "under God, according to media sources" but the state's highest court has ruled that reciting it does not violate the commonwealth's constitution or laws.What’s Your Take? Should the Phrase “Under God” be removed from the Pledge of Allegiance in schools?
Please join the one and only Jason Wade Taylor aka Randy Hahn For an action packed OPEN LINE FRIDAY, Jason and Kat will be joined by a VERY special guest in the first hour of the show.
Enough is enough, “I can’t do this alone” JWT is right, we must stand not only with him; but speak out on these venomous individuals that revel in the pain they have and do cause many good Conservatives on social media.
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“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that
something else is more important than fear.”
? Ambrose Redmoon
Make sure to check out my website Quagmire America
Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived in small towns in Kansas across the generations.
Latest news articles:
Tim Carpenter writes of a FBI probe into the "loyalists" around Gov. Sam Brownback for the Topeka Capital Journal, and a Letter to the Editor overlooked by Wichita newspapers.
Program Summary 28 April 2014
1st Hour: Between the Lines and Counterspin Radio programs (30 min. each)
2nd Hour: Join Bill Otto and the Lineball sisters to discuss current (and ancient) affairs of smalltown life in Kansas.
Lectures, book interviews and thought provoking programming that goes beyond the traditional Sunday media extravaganzas of religion, politics and sports.
Lead news story today available courtesy Topeka Capital Journal's reporter Tim Carpenter.
Program Summary, 27 April 2014
New Books Network summary written by host Annie Sapucaia:
Coming out atheist isn’t always easy, but Greta Christina, atheist activist and blogger, has tips to make it easier for those who struggle. After scouring hundreds of coming-out-atheist stories, she comes to the conclusion that difficult as it may be, very few atheists regret coming out. Most people report feeling happier and more liberated after telling their social circle that they don’t believe in God – even if, in the beginning, that may cause strains in important relationships. In addition, coming out can help other atheists by letting them know that they are not alone and that it is possible to live a good godless life. Greta does make the important caveat that coming out is not feasible or even safe for everyone – those who might lost their jobs, custody of their children, or even their lives may have very good reasons for staying in the closet.
2nd Hour: Bristol Coop pubic radio (U.K.) "Friday Drivetime" with Tony Gosling Investigative reports: Phil Pope, one of the organisers of Bristol Anarchist Bookfair, discusses anarchism and how he thinks society could improve as well as anarchist ideas about the state, government, community and policing.
Topeka gig, drove through smoke hills yuck
Thought was dying of betus only dying of flu
Puked before and after gig
TOPEKA IS FAR
Boobie trap and all the bands and attendees were amazing
Huge shout out to the Novacks and Ryan Oshel
Speaking of live music impromptu reggae band called isle of view at Fourwinds RIGHT NOW.
They are passing through from Portland. Go check em out. It's wing night.
I'd like to see the government take wings awash from garden citians. We'dfight for that.
Speaking of of the government taking shit away here is a special report from our bedroom radio corespondent out of Houston Texas Troy Goldman
Walmart stabbed out already. So that's good news. Not 30 minutes after I talked about him on my show. Thanks America.
Next weekend TREVINO is in hays at The Brass Rail on Friday night.
Saturday the 19th, Trevino? is in Garden opening for the mishaps and Ophil.
Mediocrity at its best.
A Washburn University (Topeka, Kansas) broadcast journalism graduate, who resides in Washington, D.C. Nicole D. Hayes is committed to serve as a vessel of compassion, instruction, love and truth for Jesus Christ. Raised Church of God while growing up in Topeka, Kan., she is a member of Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church in Washington, D.C. Nicole desires to uplift and empower others, with a particular burden for women and girls, young people and disenfranchised persons living in oppressed environments.
In September 2008, she began Pieces of Life, LLC, a Washington, D.C.-
based media relations consultancy. Operating with a company and personal mantra of “making an investment in people,” she serves nonprofit organizations and small businesses who desire to share their stories, but lack in-house expertise or budget to hire a full-service agency.
Some of her clients include the Associated Press, BlackEnterprise.com, CNN American
Morning, Essence.com, Politico, Steve Harvey Morning Show, The Big Idea With Donny
Deutsch (former CNBC entrepreneur program), The Tavis Smiley Show (radio and
television),The Grio.com (MSNBC.com) and the Tom Joyner Morning Show.
In May 2011-2013, Nicole served as Director for the Women of L.E.A.D.E.R.S.H.I.P. 1
ST, a women’s leadership to engaged women of varying ages, backgrounds and cultures with a goal of empowering women as positive “change agents” for future generations, despite societal pressures.
May 2013, Nicole launched Voices Against the Grain, a blog designed to help audiences “advance God’s Kingdom in a do your own thing society.” In September 2013, Nicole added a weekly radio show to the media ministry platform to discuss topics with guests to equip believers and non-believers.