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Tonight Scott and George talk with Wil Dubois.
Wil is a diabetes columnist and the author of four books about diabetes that have collectively won 16 national and international book awards. He pens the edgy Dear Abby-style advice column every Saturday at Diabetes Mine; writes the Diabetes Simplified column for dLife; and am one of the ShareCare diabetes experts. On his blog, lifeafterdx, is his personal observations about life and diabetes. He has spent the last half-dozen years running the diabetes education program for a rural non-profit clinic in the mountains of New Mexico.
There are some artists who are just rooted in your soul..who make no bullshyt excuses.....who just get right down to it...Wil Gibson is THAT artist... I promise..
Wil Gibson was born from a good idea and a bottle of bourbon. He was raised in some of the poorest communities northern Illinois and eastern Arkansas have to offer. He now lives in Portland (the one in Maine) and likes it a lot there (you probably would too). He writes too many love poems and not nearly enough of his novel. A proud (mistake prone) father of four who tries real hard and is still growing up.
He has performed with or opened for; Regie Gibson (no relation), Charlie Neville, Brother Ali, mybrightestdiamond, Toki Wright, Patricia Smith, and Kurtis Blow (among others) in dive bars, high schools, colleges, poetry slams, libraries, living rooms, restaurants, prisons, coffee houses, and churches from Bellingham, Washington to Boston, Massachusetts and beyond.
He was runner up at the 2010 and 2011 Arkansas Grand Slam, audience favorite 2010 Arkansas Grand Slam, three time (2008-2010) Portland, Maine/Port Veritas Grand Slam Champion, 2010 New Hampshire/Slam Free or Die Grand Slam Champion, has represented Portland, Maine six times (2008-2012, 2014) at the National Poetry Slam, including the 2011 team that made semifinals.
He has toured nationally solo and as part of:
Uncomfortable Laughter (w/ Beau Williams, Kait Rokowski, and Ryan McLellan)
guyslikeyou (w/ Beau Williams and Ryan McLellan)
is an honorary member of Chicago 4 Star Poetry(w/ Billy Tuggle, Andi Kauth, Rik Vazquez, Melanie “George” Decelles, Ashley Hart, and Patricia Smith)
and is a founding member of the Port Veritas artist collective.
He likes people and dogs a lot. He would like to pet your dog, talk to you a few minutes, and possibly give you a hug if that’s ok.
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Exposing The Illuminati- A New World Order
Guest Doc Marquis- Ex-Illuminati Turned Christian.
Do you know how Doc Marquis came out of his Satanic coven and the Illuminati? He read the Book of Revelation and realized that he had just read the Plan of the Illuminati! Doc checked to see when the Book of Revelation was written and found it to be late First Century. He already knew that the Illuminati Plan was written in 1773. Therefore, the only reason the Plan so perfectly parallel Revelation is that the power of the Holy Spirit forced Satan to write his Plan so that it was a mirror image of Revelation.
Doc had always been taught that the Satan whom he served was the most powerful in the universe, but he fell on his knees right then and there, asking Jesus to become his Savior!
Marquis will demonstrate how completely the Illuminati Plan will fulfill Bible prophecy once it is completely worked out. He's on a mission to prove to the unsaved that Jesus Christ is real and will sit in judgment one day for all mankind. He also wants to move the backslidden Christian to come back to Jesus in repentance because world events are rapidly moving toward the appearance of Antichrist and the completion of all events. Time is short!
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Are there certain habits that differentiate the rich from the poor? Tom Corley certainly thanks so!
As a Certified Public Accountant/Financial planner, President of Cerefice & Company and CEO of The Rich Habits Institute, Tom Corley is passionate about financial independence. Tom trains businesses, individuals and students how to be financially successful through his Rich Habits educational programs.
Tom has authored several books including his #1 Amazon Bestselling Personal Finance book “Rich Habits” and “The Top 100 Cheapest Places to Retire in the U.S.” book series.
What rich people do to achieve nearly 100% of their goals in life
How saying “Happy Birthday” can make you rich
Why having this one bad habit will keep you and your family poor
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Human Trafficking: Are they for trade?
Did you know that human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery? Slavery has been around since the beginning of civilization and still persists
across our world today. As a human rights issue, it is important to increase awareness as a starting point down the journey toward freedom for all.
Wil & James discuss release of findings of report after investigation of the Philadelphia police department and its use of force policies or lack thereof.
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“Why Can’t I Get Married? Why Did I Get Married?”
Expert guests Ray and Jacqueline Owensby have been married for over 25 years and are passionate about building a healthy and fun relationship. As founders of The Ministry of Reign (M.O.R), their movement is on a mission to build big people to activate purpose. During this episode both will address issues that affect singles and married couples alike while providing guidance on relationships, divorce, heartache, recovery and how to move forward in peace, love and healing.
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2015 is finally here! Time to embrace a NEW Year & A NEW YOU!. Tonights episode will help you start the year off by examining the key relationships in your life as we speak with Best Selllng Author Tracy MAC about her new book "RELATIONSHIPS: Nothing But The Truth" and Kim shares Food for feeding your life and spirit in her segment "Water for Roses" and Wil gives style advice to guest callers in his segment "Image Matters"
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"Are Black Fraternities & Sororities Still Relevant?"
Each organization can boast of many famous and acclaimed members within its ranks. Each organization has contributed much to the communities they serve through scholarships, leadership development, social action and philanthropic endeavors. Unfortunately, each organization can also lay claim to its share of shameful activities, including thuggish campus hazing, elitist membership selection practices (i.e. selecting or refusing membership on the basis of skin color or hair texture), and misuse of organization funds for personal gain. The question posed today to guest Felicia Commodore is "Are Black Fraternities & Sororities STILL Relevant?
WTR with GI Jenn & Guest Co-Host Lance Taylor will be welcoming Rob Lewis, John Hurth (TRY Group) and Rob DuBois (SEAL of Peace)!
Lance served in the Army as a comms specialist, forward observer and RTO for the SAPPER platoon of a CE co. Transferring to the Navy, he served on USS Reuben James on the VBSS (vessel boarding) and anti-piracy teams. Lance then became a PS contractor on the Texas/Mexico border conducting counter-cartel ISR an in Iraq at both DOD & DOS as a QRF team lead. Lance works for TAB Gear doing R/D, owns Texas Star Cigar Co and does freelance intel analysis.
Rob Lewis, served in 10th SFG as an 18D (SF Medic) and best selling author of “Love Me When I’m Gone: the true story of life, love and loss for a Green Beret in post-9/11 war” and “The Pact." We will be talking about current events.
John retired from Army SF, served in 1st SF and had multiple deployments, with 2 combat tours in support of the GWOT. John also served with Special Operations Training Detachment at the JRTC. After retiring John put to use his years of tracking knowledge and experience working as the program lead and head instructor for the U.S. Army’s Combat Tracker Course. He managed and oversaw the conduct and resourcing of the Army’s Combat Tracker Course.
Rob is a speaker, coach, and Ret. Navy SEAL. He worked in more than 30 countries, helping to manage complex threat situations and cross-cultural comms. He worked for the NSA. Rob’s “Think Like the Adversary" workshop has edified military units, Fortune 500 companies, and intel agencies. He served as director of ops for the DOD Red Team and is the author of "Powerful Peace; A Navy SEAL’s Lessons on Peace from a Lifetime at War."
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One of the leading causes of death amongst teenagers is suicide. The Centers for Disease control report that it is the third leading cause of death, behind accidents and homicide, of people aged 15 to 24. Even more disturbing is the fact that suicide is the fourth leading cause of death for children between the ages of 10 and 14.