The Power Within: Are anti-psychotic drugs now obsolete?

“In 1976 I discovered, quite by accident, an amazing idea!  One that has led to the development of an extremely effective tool to elevate positive emotion and mood and permanently change behavior.  Behaviors like unwanted habits, compulsions and even addictions.  A technique so powerful, that with practice, a person can get from a normal mood, … Continue reading

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Were big salaries part of an elaborate, generational scheme for owners to eventually take over pro sports once and for all?

We have all heard the saying . . . the only difference between a six (or seven) figure salary and an everyday paycheck is the number of zeros. As someone who has experienced the extremes of earning the even now unimaginable sum of $40K to $70K per month and, scrapping pennies from the bottom of … Continue reading

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Looking beyond the book’s title, Lennie Ross’ “Blow Me” hits a resonating chord with women of all ages

It is interesting to say the least that Lennie Ross’ book Blow Me, which is a story about three single women—each close to forty and living a life they have long outgrown, seems to have found an audience with the twenty something crowd as well as those whose generation reflects that of the protagonists. During … Continue reading

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Is Islamic Fundamentalism the 21st century version of communism?

Islamic Fundamentalism is more insidious that communism or, as one guest panelist during last evening’s broadcast contended, Fascism and the rise of the Nazi Party in Germany, in that it is not confined to a specific geographic region which serves as a central launching pad for intended global expansion.  In essence, the enemy already walks … Continue reading

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Multi-denominational panel convenes to discuss the Muslim prayer controversy at Valley Park Middle School

As indicated in yesterday’s post , I have expended a great deal of electronic ink covering the continuing controversy surrounding the Muslim movement as some have called it, regarding flashpoint crisises ranging from the building of the Ground Zero Mosque to fearful warnings of a global assimilation. Yet despite these newer developments the long standing … Continue reading

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The Internet Predator Verdict Is In . . . GUILTY! Is this the Start of a New Internet Policing Era?

The most important issue highlighted in this case is one of boundaries. Specifically, where do jurisdictional boundaries fall when dealing with such a universal tool as the internet. Melchert-Dinkel lives in Minnesota, but his victims were from Canada and England. His defense attorney tried to get the case dismissed on these grounds, arguing that the … Continue reading

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Women in America: Enlightening Womens’ Minds, and Empowering Womens’ Hearts

As women’s history month launches, the White House published a new report — We’ve got a ways to go, baby.  “At all levels of education, women earned about 75 percent of what their male counterparts earned in 2009…women are more likely to be in poverty than men….economic inequities …more acute for women of color.” How … Continue reading

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Sometimes an interview takes you to unexpected places . . .

Sometimes an interview takes you to unexpected places . . . this has to be one of the most powerful segments that I have ever done, which is something given the people I have had the privilege of interviewing over the past 2 years. Joining me last evening to continue the discussion that was started … Continue reading

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RAW: Revelations of Authentic Women

RAWWomenTV chronicles the issues women face in today’s world and exposes the truth about the supposed perfect lives women project. Boldly introducing a new television genre, the talkumentary, RAW incorporates the one-on-one conversation element of a talk show with the authenticity of a documentary through its use of video journaling. So goes the description of … Continue reading

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Can The Health Care Industry Be Trusted? Tune in and tell us what you think?

Not wanting to pick on GlaxoSmithKline but, a little more than a month later, the pharmaceutical giant announced that it would pay $750 million to settle both criminal and civil suits surrounding it’s sale of an antidepressant which it knew was little more than a placebo, as well as tainted baby ointment.  First of all, … Continue reading

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