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This show will focus on the liberal agenda and how turn America into the PC nation they are working towards is not good for the American Patriot. How the policies and agenda of the current administration have worked to undermine basic American freedoms and why is it catching on with Americans the way it is. We will touch on race relations, Obama care, The Gay agenda, Muslims.
13 Car tous, petits ou grands,
sont avides de gains.
Tous, du prophète au prêtre,
pratiquent la duplicité.
14 Ils guérissent superficiellement
mon peuple du désastre
en disant: Tout va bien! Tout va vraiment très bien!
alors que rien ne va.
La nuée: signe de la présence de Dieu
15 Le jour où le tabernacle fut dressé, la nuée couvrit le tabernacle, la tente d'assignation; et, depuis le soir jusqu'au matin, elle eut sur le tabernacle l'apparence d'un feu.
16 Il en fut continuellement ainsi: la nuée couvrait le tabernacle, et elle avait de nuit l'apparence d'un feu.
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Join me for this episode of CAPBuilder Talk as we discuss The Business of Rebuilding Our Community. My guest will be Janis Mathis of Rainbow Push Collation and Calvin Vismale of VA Capital.
We will discuss;
Janis Mathis – Her Story
The Work of Rainbow Push Coalition
The PushTech2020 Summit
Advice for Entrepreneurs
The CAPBuilder Spotlight will be: The Kuumba Storytellers of Atlanta
Today is Monday 12 October 2015 and we are having the discussion of the menaing of this day and why we look to man who was lost at sea and supposedly and "discovers" a land already occupied by people. We will have a look at the movement to rename the day from Columbus Day to Indigenious Peoples Day. This has been changed by 13 cities across the USA.
We are opening our Brooklyn Navy Yard lines 347-884-8078 at 2300 Zulu time! That would be as follows in US times (for our new civilian family and friends) Atlantic/ Eastern is 7PM,Central 6PM, Alaska/Mountain is 5pm,Pacific is 4PM, Hawaii is 1PM, Guam is 0900 AM
Women Who Never Give-Up Host “Project Freedom” Annual Symposium
Re-Entry and Recidivism Reduction
a call to action for advocates and lawmakers
ISSUES to ACTIONS
PROJECT FREEDOM Event Review
10 years of WWNG.org
10-10-15 Karen's Defining Collective Lens on Facebook
Welcome to another exclusive real estate podcast with Altus Group. Today I’m joined by Ross Litkenhous a Senior Director in Altus Group’s Tysons VA office. Joining Ross is Gary Block, Partner and Managing Director at The Meridian Group, a locally based real estate development firm currently very active in the Tysons market.
Both of these companies, along with Holland & Knight, will be hosting an event on October 20th at the Boro, Meridian Group’s newest development in Tysons. We’re here today to give our readers some insight into that development and the impact to the Tysons market, and provide some additional details around the event next week.
2015 is the 30th anniversary for A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge! This is the second installment of the Elm Street horror movie series! Robert Englund is back as the killer Freddy Krueger! This time he trys to get Jesse, Mark Patton, to kill for him! Jesse's girlfriend, Lisa, and their friend Grady, try to help Jesse break Freddy's grip on him! Also, starring Robert Rusler, Kim Myers, Clu Gulager, and Marshall Bell and directed by Jack Sholder How does Freddy's Revenge stack up against the other entries in the Elm Street series? Join us for our take on, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge!
Richmond, Va. native, Eric Elliott, is a graduate of Old Dominion University who went on to thrive in the world of Software Test Engineering. Although he has a technical background, he is firmly entrenched in manhood as a husband, father, son, brother, teacher, friend, impact speaker, and author. From each of those platforms, he's extended timeless encouragement to numerous friends and associates.
Over time God has established Eric as an accomplished, creative, eye-opening and mind-renewing speaker. As a presenter he has uplifted schools, teams, churches and organizations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Audiences have included Christ Fellowship Church, Herndon Middle School, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Public Speaking Class, Good Shepherd Baptist Church, 21st Street Church of God, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), the Oakton Cougar Football Team, the residents of White Oak Correctional Facility, the Virginia Women's Correctional Center, the North Richmond YMCA, Old Dominion University Upward Bound Program, Virginia Union University Toast Masters and Wooster College student body.
Eric's writing and speaking exploits have been acclaimed as stimulating, insightful and inspirational. He enjoys life with his wife and children in the Washington DC Metropolitan area.
Brandon Coleman appeared Sept. 22, 2015 before the Senate Committee entitled”
“Improving VA Accountability”, providing first hand accountability statements of Whistle Blowers reporting violations of standard of care to suicidal Veterans.
Coleman detailed the nature of the violations committed by the VA as well as retaliation against him personally as a result of reporting issues that should have been properly reported.
Coleman is covered under Whistle Blower laws that protect those who report acts of negligence or any series of acts which breach fiduciary responsibility, but what about those Whistle Blowers whom have no such protection?
Coleman discusses the issues which caused him to go forward and why he came forward when others did not and have not and /or are part of the problem as well as many other issues.
We have heard about the lack of care at the Phoenix VA for vets. Get a clinician's first hand account of it during this broadscast. Hosted by Jill Jones-Soderman http://www.fcvfc.org/
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THE GLC WILL NOT BE GIVING NFL SCORES WE ARE PROTESTING THE LATEST ACTIONS BY THE LEAGUE IN THE BRADY MATTER
Would like to thank WCLM 1450 Sat. Morning Sports Talk with Brother Ingram at 8:45am on the west coast 11:45am on www.WCLMradioonline.com
The MLB Playoffs are in full gear. Hockey and Basketball begin
The NCAA, HBCU, Pac 12, and Mo. Valley Conference, The WNBA Finals which everybody forgets
Soul Tree Radio in the Raw, Pad Nation, and The Batchelor Pad and Cowboy Reggie Howell of WCLM 1450 Richmond Va., The Mighty O-ba of WUFO 1080 Buffalo New York and the 707 with the 609.
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CHANGE THE NAME-CHANGE THE MASCOT-WASHINGTON FOOTBALL CLUB and CLEVELAND INDIANS
We cannot emphasize enough about getting copies of all of your records. Medical records, Service Records, Service Medical records.
Join us for this shows. We will discuss some ideas to get your records from the VA and other providers.
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Tonight's special guest is Megan (Meg) Sartor from Queesland, Australia. She and her sister molested by their stepfather, who was prosecuted for her sister while Meg's abuse was never considered. Later she was assaulted by her maternal grandfather. Her mom didn't want to rock the boat, fearing she'd lose her inheritance. Meg has since gotten "historical justice" which she recommends. "I always knew from such a young age that my family were disappointed or regretted that I came into this world," Megan says, "I can remember my parents treated us kids very differently," she goes on, "I was not loved like a child should be." After her parents divorced her nightmare began. Meg's mother went thru a rebellious stage. She had many boyfriends, and one in particular turned Mega's world upside down. After a period of time grooming her while bathing, he started to be a regular visit to her bedroom late at night. Then he began sexually abusing her at virtually every opportunity, behind her mother's back. "The school knew what was going on," Meg says, "as I had confessed why I felt so sick. I guess Sister Therese Ann and Sister Sarah just didn't know how to deal with it." Her childhood traumas set her up to have a tumultuous and often tragic adulthood, filled with inappropriate relationships, bad decisions and suicide attempts. But she hopes that's behind her. "For now I'm trying to stay positive. I have my ups and downs but with everything I have dealt with and it's all been on my own, Meg writes. "One day I will be able to share a home with my man, maybe have the wedding that I so longed for, the one that I dreamed of as a little girl. One day someone will want me forever."