• 02:08

    Voice of Albion ~ Richard Edmonds

    in Politics

    11.06.2014


    Richard Edmonds has been a White Nationalist for 40 years..


    Paul and Richard discuss:


    The case for Holocaust Revisionism, the 6 million figure, and Freedom of Speech.


    Richard Edmonds speaking at a Symposium organised by The Danish Society for Free Historical Research 2006


    Richard Edmonds and other well wishers during Ernst Zundles release from prison 2010


    International Red Cross Report. Geneva 1948


    The '6 million number' 1900-1945

  • 01:09

    The Mommy Mob Morning Show. (Women at an Crossroad)

    in Entertainment

    Shanesha Taylor, 35, was arrested for leaving her two sons, aged 2 and six months, while she went for job interview. Taylor was homeless and left the kids in the car for an hour while she intervied. 
    Well-wishers has donated more than $100k because they think she is victim of circumstance. Give us your feed back and what you would have done. 


    The Mommy Mob Morning Show invites all women of kinds to grown and share topics that help us grown to be better believers, better women, better mothers, better wives, better business women and more! Listen from your #PC #LAPTOP #IPAD #TABLET #PHONE AND DESKTOP #PHONE
    2ways to listen 
    (1) Call in live 347-850-1521 press 1 to be heard
    (2) Listen online www.blogtalkradio.com/divaspot

  • 02:32

    LTT On The Road: Discovery Park Of America Grand Opening Coverage

    in Hobbies

    ShuttletrainTED visits the Discovery Park Of America located in Union City, TN. Discovery Park Of America had their soft opening in July of 2013. A replica of a train station from the 1800’s is on display on the south side of the park. Visitors can see traditional locomotive cars, and stand on the platform, pretending to be well-wishers from days gone by. During this pre-recorded show, we will learn about why they built Discovery Park in Union City and what there is to learn about as far as railroading is concerned. 

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights authors Enrique Ruiz and Sarah Ruiz

    in Books

    Clarksburg, MD – Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true, but how do we move from  existence to personal abundance, both in our careers and our relationships?


    Enrique Ruiz is the author of Wishers, Washer, Wishy-Washy. The book allows readers to create an action plan for where they want to go and how to get there.


    “Sometime between childhood and adulthood we get this notion that the world defines us,” says Enrique. “You need to retain that sense of pursuit for what you want to achieve and one day you’ll prove everyone wrong.”


    According to Enrique, there are three kinds of people: wishers, washers and wishy-washys. We all start off as wishers, but when we don’t invest our time to do what we want to do, we end up wishing backward with regret. Wishy-washys are in between: they know what they want but aren’t willing to make the sacrifices.


    “Washers are the people who can wash away the obstacles and give life to their ideas," says Enrique. "Those are the ones who succeed.”


    That same commitment to sacrifice that allows us to achieve our professional goals also extends to our relationships. Lost Love, a collaboration between Enrique and his wife Sarah, is a book for couples to rekindle their relationship.


    “There are many books on relationships but their audience is primarily women. Men aren’t so keen to read these books,” explains Sarah. “But how do you get back to that place where you’re feeling connected as one?"


    Lost Love offers readers a strategy to fix what’s not right and make what’s right even better. Like Wisher, Washer, Wishy-Washy, the books motivate you and hold you accountable.


    “These are practical books with the ability to actually change lives,” says Sarah.

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights authors Enrique Ruiz and Sarah Ruiz

    in Books

    Clarksburg, MD – Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true, but how do we move from  existence to personal abundance, both in our careers and our relationships?


    Enrique Ruiz is the author of Wishers, Washer, Wishy-Washy. The book allows readers to create an action plan for where they want to go and how to get there.


    “Sometime between childhood and adulthood we get this notion that the world defines us,” says Enrique. “You need to retain that sense of pursuit for what you want to achieve and one day you’ll prove everyone wrong.”


    According to Enrique, there are three kinds of people: wishers, washers and wishy-washys. We all start off as wishers, but when we don’t invest our time to do what we want to do, we end up wishing backward with regret. Wishy-washys are in between: they know what they want but aren’t willing to make the sacrifices.


    “Washers are the people who can wash away the obstacles and give life to their ideas," says Enrique. "Those are the ones who succeed.”


    That same commitment to sacrifice that allows us to achieve our professional goals also extends to our relationships. Lost Love, a collaboration between Enrique and his wife Sarah, is a book for couples to rekindle their relationship.


    “There are many books on relationships but their audience is primarily women. Men aren’t so keen to read these books,” explains Sarah. “But how do you get back to that place where you’re feeling connected as one?"


    Lost Love offers readers a strategy to fix what’s not right and make what’s right even better. Like Wisher, Washer, Wishy-Washy, the books motivate you and hold you accountable.


    “These are practical books with the ability to actually change lives,” says Sarah.

  • 02:25

    Special: Family Property Release Party

    in Entertainment

    Join Derek Young and Eric Morse as they celebrate the world wide release of Derek's film Family Property Backwoods Killing Spree. Expect surprise call ins and the phone lines will be open for any well wishers.....

  • 01:04

    Girls Love Mail and It's Filled with Pink Hope

    in Family

    Imagine creating thousands of uplifting letters and then mailing them to every newly diagnosed breast cancer patient all over the globe. Gina Mulligan has done just that! In fact, since 2011, she's collected over 8,000 letters from writers of all ages across the U.S. and into six foreign countries. Her ultimate goal is to reach the more than 250,000 U.S. women dignosed. 
    The spark for Gina's idea began while she was compiling letters for a novel in the works -- after her own batle with breast cancer. Family, friends and well-wishers sent cards and letters that Gina credits with "healing power" -- tangible bits of hope that she read and reread. She wanted to give the gift back. So, she created 'GIRLS LOVE MAIL," a charity that collects hand-written letters of encouragement to distribute to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients.
    Gina's foundation has inspired groups of writers from book clubs, Girls Scouts, Sororities, and more. The motto is simple yet powerful: "Do your breast self-exam and if you don't find a lump, write a letter to someone who did." All that's required is a bit of time and a postage stamp. Costs to run the Girls Love Mail charity are met through a grant. 
    In addition to being a corporate trainer and speaker, Gina Mulligan is the author of a novel entitled Across the Room. She has published 100's of articles that have gained a spotlight in national magazines such as Ladies Home Journal, Home and Garden, AAA, and PC Computing.
    Join us for this exciting hour about the world of difference one person can make in cancer patients' lives. Gina Mulligan will share the impact she's having around the globe, where she plans to take the healing power of words next, and tips to encourage cancer patients.
     

  • 00:31

    Pham Duy - Part 3

    in Travel

    Pham Duy (October 5, 1921 – January 27, 2013) was a prolific Vietnamese songwriter. With a musical career that spanned more than seven decades through some of the most turbulent periods of Vietnamese history and with more than one thousand songs to his credit, he is widely considered one of the three most salient and influential figures of modern Vietnamese music, along with Van Cao and Trinh Cong Son. His music is noted for combining elements of traditional music with new methods, creating melodies that are both modern and traditional. A politically polarizing figure, his entire body of work was banned in North Vietnam during the Vietnam War and subsequently in unified Vietnam for more than 30 years until the government began to ease restrictions on some of his work upon his repatriation in 2005.
    Pham Duy died on January 27, 2013 in Saigon , one month after the death of his eldest son Duy Quang. Thousands of well-wishers, including many of the most notable names in Vietnamese music, paid their respects at his home before he was buried on February 3, 2013 in Binh Duong Park Cemetery.  

  • 00:19

    Pham Duy - Part 2

    in Travel

    Pham Duy (October 5, 1921 – January 27, 2013) was a prolific Vietnamese songwriter. With a musical career that spanned more than seven decades through some of the most turbulent periods of Vietnamese history and with more than one thousand songs to his credit, he is widely considered one of the three most salient and influential figures of modern Vietnamese music, along with Van Cao and Trinh Cong Son. His music is noted for combining elements of traditional music with new methods, creating melodies that are both modern and traditional. A politically polarizing figure, his entire body of work was banned in North Vietnam during the Vietnam War and subsequently in unified Vietnam for more than 30 years until the government began to ease restrictions on some of his work upon his repatriation in 2005.
    Pham Duy died on January 27, 2013 in Saigon , one month after the death of his eldest son Duy Quang. Thousands of well-wishers, including many of the most notable names in Vietnamese music, paid their respects at his home before he was buried on February 3, 2013 in Binh Duong Park Cemetery.  

  • 01:01

    NCWCC CELEBRATE NATL WOMEN MONTH ANGELA BALLEW / MAE BRADY

    in LGBT

    NCWCC Celebrates Angela Ballew and Mae Brady .. Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination...  National Women's History Month's roots go back to March 8, 1857  in 2013 NCWCC Celebrates two women that are  community leaders , advocates,and pioneers in the LGBT culture. This month is   a celebration of there  contributions to history, LGBT culture and society. These two extraordinary women  has helped women  and other groups gain access in careers in entertainment .     Tune in Monday April 1, 2013 as well wishers , family and friends pay special tribute to both of these women Join host Kareema Ali and .Co Producer Mr. L Ballew  at 7:00 pm for this special tribute
    “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou
       
     

  • 00:20

    Phạm Duy - Part I

    in Travel

    Pham Duy (October 5, 1921 – January 27, 2013) was a prolific Vietnamese songwriter. With a musical career that spanned more than seven decades through some of the most turbulent periods of Vietnamese history and with more than one thousand songs to his credit, he is widely considered one of the three most salient and influential figures of modern Vietnamese music, along with Van Cao and Trinh Cong Son. His music is noted for combining elements of traditional music with new methods, creating melodies that are both modern and traditional. A politically polarizing figure, his entire body of work was banned in North Vietnam during the Vietnam War and subsequently in unified Vietnam for more than 30 years until the government began to ease restrictions on some of his work upon his repatriation in 2005.
     
    Pham Duy died on January 27, 2013 in Saigon , one month after the death of his eldest son Duy Quang. Thousands of well-wishers, including many of the most notable names in Vietnamese music, paid their respects at his home before he was buried on February 3, 2013 in Binh Duong Park Cemetery.  

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