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  • 02:13

    A Talk with Rhettman Mullis Jr

    in Paranormal

    Join us as we talk to Rhettman Mullis Jr. about current happenings in the bigfoot world. 

  • 00:29

    Christians in Despair and Depression, Part 1-B

    in Christianity

    TEXT: Psalm 77:1-12


    Recently, the names of several pastors who have committed suicide have been in the news. One of those pastors was a man by the name of Phil Lineberger who had struggled with depression for many years. He was 69 years old. Ironically, just four years ago, this pastor preached at the funeral of another pastor who committed suicide after a long struggle with depression. Terry Parker, Isaac Hunter, D.B. Antrim, Seth Oiler, Michael Mullis, and David Huskins are all pastors who have sadly committed suicide in recent months.
     
    It seems as though with each passing week, we hear the news that someone else has taken their own life either because of depression or because of some kind of mental disorder. For example, comedian Robert Williams, wrestler Sean O’Haire, singer and Voice contestant Anthony Riley, Arizona high school track star Marcus Wheeler, actor Sawyer Sweeten, Missouri state auditor Tom Schweich, and multimillionaire hedge fund manager Robert W. Wilson. These are just some names you might recognize.
     
    The topic of depression has gained much attention in the church due to the number of Christians, and, yes, even pastors, who have admitted to struggling with it. Some would say that Christians are not supposed to struggle with depression, but it is a fact of life. One writer calls depression "the common cold of emotional disorders." In the classic book, Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan, two of the main characters, Christian and Hopeful, struggle with a period of depression on their way to the Celestial City.


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  • 00:31

    Christians in Despair and Depression, Part 1-A

    in Christianity

    TEXT: Psalm 77:1-12


    Recently, the names of several pastors who have committed suicide have been in the news. One of those pastors was a man by the name of Phil Lineberger who had struggled with depression for many years. He was 69 years old. Ironically, just four years ago, this pastor preached at the funeral of another pastor who committed suicide after a long struggle with depression. Terry Parker, Isaac Hunter, D.B. Antrim, Seth Oiler, Michael Mullis, and David Huskins are all pastors who have sadly committed suicide in recent months.
     
    It seems as though with each passing week, we hear the news that someone else has taken their own life either because of depression or because of some kind of mental disorder. For example, comedian Robert Williams, wrestler Sean O’Haire, singer and Voice contestant Anthony Riley, Arizona high school track star Marcus Wheeler, actor Sawyer Sweeten, Missouri state auditor Tom Schweich, and multimillionaire hedge fund manager Robert W. Wilson. These are just some names you might recognize.
     
    The topic of depression has gained much attention in the church due to the number of Christians, and, yes, even pastors, who have admitted to struggling with it. Some would say that Christians are not supposed to struggle with depression, but it is a fact of life. One writer calls depression "the common cold of emotional disorders." In the classic book, Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan, two of the main characters, Christian and Hopeful, struggle with a period of depression on their way to the Celestial City. 


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  • 00:40

    Going Home with Tony Sunday November 30, 2014

    in Lifestyle

    On Sunday, November 30, 2014, host Tony Scimeca welcomed his guests Lieutenant John Garrido of the Chicago Police Department and Fire Chief Scott Mullis of the Hebron Alden Greenwood Fire Protection District to an information packed Going Home with Tony show.  Tony, 

  • 00:22

    Darrell Mullis - Understanding the Finer points of Finances

    in Management

    Darrell Mullis is the Owner of Stratactics, a training company that provides programs and consulting services in leadership development, including: finance for non-financial professionals, and business relationships and communication. Darrell will discuss the difficulties of finance, and how Stratactics can help any business overcome them. 


    Questions Discussed:
    Why has finance been such a difficult topic for people to understand?

    What makes your way of teaching this difficult topic uniqu [...]

  • 01:07

    SC EP:43 Beachfoot Interviews

    in Science

    Shane Corson, Woody and I sit down and interview John A. Bindernagel is a wildlife biologist who has sought evidence for Bigfoot since 1963. He published a book in 1998 entitled North America's Great Ape: the Sasquatch


    Bindernagel grew up in Ontario, attended the University of Guelph and received a PhD in Biology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He moved to British Columbia in 1975 largely because the region was a hot spot for Bigfoot sightings. Over the years, he has collected casts of tracks that he believes belongs to Bigfoot. He also claims to have heard the creature near Comox Lake in 1992, comparing its whooping sound to that of a chimpanzee. Bindernagel believes that the Bigfoot phenomena should receive more attention from serious scientists, but has remarked, "The evidence doesn't get scrutinized objectively. We can't bring the evidence to our colleagues because it's perceived as tabloid."


    We also interview Peter Byrne who has led the life most of us can only dream about. Share his many adventures in India with tiger, elephant, and leopard, and see how a fortuitous championing of a member of the ruling elite of Nepal during a bar brawl prompted Peter to move to Nepal and become a professional hunter there. Move with him to Nepal where he was, for years, the only authorized professional hunter to operate in that country. In the unspoiled wilderness of the White Grass Plains area of Nepal, where there were virtually no roads and the natives did not even know the name of the capital of the country.


    The final interview was with Rhettman A. Mullis Jr, PHD.


    Rhettman A. Mullis, Jr., MS, MHP
    Bigfootologist
    Academic and Field Researcher
    Founder: S. I. R. Bigfoot and Bigfootology

  • 00:44

    30-Year Fraud: HIV, AIDS, Testing, Rx & Targeted Groups w David Crowe Part2of2

    in Music

    A critical look and challenge of the unproven theories, discredited research claims, fabrications, manipulations, and unfulfilled predictions surrounding the HIV = AIDS hypothesis.


    After 30 years, the virus named HIV has not been proven to cause AIDS. 


    The evidence that a virus claimed to be HIV even exists is based on evidence that some scietists argue is insufficient.


    Some scientists who acknowledge that a new retrovirus had been discovered in 1984 nevertheless are not convinced that it causes AIDS or any other adverse health effect.


    There is no test for HIV that provides a reliable result for infection. In practice, diagnoses of HIV infection (HIV+) are made by assuming that two unreliable results add up to a reliable result. The truth is, that's the best they can do.


    HIV infection and AIDS are treated using a mixture or cocktail of drugs of two types: nucleoside analogs and protease inhibitors. Both are toxic and eventually cause iatrogenic disease. Nucleoside analogs,such as AZT, can create AIDS symptoms. AZT has been referred to as "AIDS by prescription" by Professor Peter Duesberg, a prominent virologist from University of California-Berkeley.


    Think of HIV tests and AIDS defining conditions as vehicles to entrap people into becoming lifelong pharmaceutical clients. The tab is paid with tax dollars, but people are still needed to swallow the obscenely overpriced poison pills.


    Gay men, i.v. drug users, young people, pregnant women, African Americans, and the Hip Hop community are among the groups specifically targeted in campaigns urging people to "get tested."


    Part 2of2 interview with David Crowe, president of Rethinking AIDS. Interview by Richard Jannaccio and Chief69.

  • 00:46

    Rethinking HIV=AIDS: interview with David Crowe

    in Music

    HIV has not been proven to exist, much less cause AIDS or any other disease. So says David Crowe, president of Rethinking AIDS, amd backed by some 3,000 scientists, physicians, science journailists and others, including top virologists and a Nobel Prize winner, Kary Mullis, who invented one of the procedures being used inappropriately to determine HIV "load." 


    An alternative view to the profit-driven unproven HIV hypothesis. What is HIV really? Has it been purified? What is AIDS? What really causes AIDS? What do we need to know about HIV testing? What do we need to know about drug treatments? Why is the Hip Hop community being targeted to get tested?


    We had to do a two-part show to answer these questions. This is Part 1 of 2.


    Interview by Richard Jannaccio and Chief69.


    Note: The last sentence was cut off. We are trying to restore it. The response to the question was that there are numerous ways to interpret the test results. There are different HIV antibody tests produced by different companies, with different directions for interpreting the results in different countries. So if you go from one country to another, your HIV test result could change from positive to negative or vice versa. Or it could be judged "indeterminate" which means "we don't know." That's in addition to the fact that the test is not specific for antibodies to HIV. It is produced from a mixture of proteins of cultured cells and whatever may have been cultured with those cells.

  • 00:46

    After 30 Years, HIV-AIDS Hoax Continues To Claim Lives -- Guest: David Crowe

    in Music

    April 23, 2014 marks the 30th Anniversary of a day that changed the course of history. on that day, ...


     


    Our guest is David Crowe ...


    In this Special 2-part series, we will show that HIV has never been proven to cause AIDS. We will discuss what AIDS really is.You may be surprised to learn that none of the tests for AIDS--NONE of them--is approved for use in diagnosing HIV infection. etc. etc.


    Every Thursday LIVE from the Bronx at 11 pm, with Hosts Chief69 and Richard Jannaccio.

  • 01:03

    The Spectacular Sound of Andy Pickford & Jay Hunter Morris

    in Entertainment

    Andy Pickford’s musical associations began at the age of four emulating tunes on his grandmother’s piano. Hearing synthesizer music fired Andy’s imagination. In 1981, Andy got his first monophonic synthesizer. Coupled up with a cassette deck and a reel-to-reel, Andy started composing synth music. Around 1983, Andy set about recording a cassette album called Linear Functions under the name of Kris McKuen.


    In 1992 a demo of Andy’s work was sent to Ashley Franklin at BBC Radio Derby where he got his first break on the now legendary ‘Soundscapes’ programme. Early 1993, Replicant began. This album, dedicated to the artist Ian Mullis who was responsible for the original Linear Functions album sleeve, 


    Andy has collaborated with the likes of Ian Boddy, Asana and Paul Nagle under the pseudonym Binar and Spank, The Dark Monkey. He has now decided to throw himself back into his music again with re-mastered album material, plus re-releases of both Xenomorph and Nemesis.


    Opera singer, Grammy Winner and Author, Jay Hunter Morris came into the national spotlight when he created the role of Tony in Terrence McNally’s celebrated play Master Class  In a career spanning twenty-five years, some of his favourite Operatic roles have included Rodolfo, Alfredo, Pinkerton, Calaf, Cavaradossi, Des Grieux, Canio, Stolzing, Erik, Bacchus, Florestan, Don Jose, Steva, and Samson.
    Morris has most recently been seen on PBS as a very different kind of hero in the role of Captain Ahab in Jake Heggie’s Moby-Dick from the San Francisco Opera. A contemporary opera veteran of great renown, Morris has been heard in several world premiere productions He will create the role of Teague in Cold Mountain (Higdon) which premieres with a major US Festival in 2015.


    In 2013, Opera Lively published his first book Diary of a Redneck Opera Zinger


     

  • 01:03

    Wings on the Ground Radio Show with Cathy Andrews

    in Radio

    Wings on the Ground Radio Show with Cathy Cartisano Andrews every Tuesday at 8pm eastern time! Visit her fan page at http://www.facebook.com/heartshighergroundhealing to learn more about the *Wings On The Ground* certification program.
    Would you like to host a "Wings on the Ground" workshop in your area? Please contact Cathy to find out how!
    Ask Cathy how you can have a Reading with her today by sending her an email at mermaidreams4me@gmail.com .
    Follow us on www.Facebook.com/AngelRadioNetwork.
    Call the show at 714-242-5256.
    Guest tonight is Sharon Mullis Coppley who will be talking about healing through your life experiences. Sharon has written a book about her experiences as a child with abuse and as an adult with domestic violence.
    Available on Amazon.com: I AM Spirit: A Journey of Spiritual Connection and Metaphysical Healing
    www.Facebook.com/Sharon Mullis Coppley
    email: scoppley1@windstream.net

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