This is Bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. This weekend many of the faithful of our diocese will gather for a pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, one of the most iconic and beautiful sites in our region. It will be day-long journey to step back from the rigors and the noise of daily lifeand to spend quiet and reflective time with Our Lord. A pilgrimage, however, does not always need to be with a large group or scheduled far in advance. Any one of us can go on a personal pilgrimage by committing to, and setting time aside for, prayer and quiet contemplation. Assembling with fellow worshipers is unifying and enriching, but any time you find the need and desire for personal renewal, find that place which offers you the peace and serenity you seek.
In this episode of ABL Live, we covered a variety of topics including Alec Baldwin "accidentally" shooting and killing one of his co-workers on the set of the movie "Rust" in Arizona, Condoleezza Rice setting the ladies of "The View" straight on a variety of issues including critical race theory, an update on the Arlington, Texas school shooting, the fearless Marine Corps vet who stopped a gas station armed robbery single-handedly, the New England-area Amazon driver who posed as transgender in order to snoop on women and children, fake news mainstream media accusing Candace Owens of desiring to invade Australia over their ridiculous virus policies, and much more!
Meet Josh Deckard. He's the founder of Hammerstone Capital, an investment company focusing on early-stage opportunities, and a former assistant press secretary to President George W. Bush. He was the longest-serving member of the Bush press office staff, his tenure spanning from 2002-2007. During his time at the White House, Deckard oversaw media operations, including major international summits and addresses to the nation, as well as nationally televised press conferences at the White House, Camp David and abroad. Having traveled nearly a million miles to more than 55 countries with the president, Deckard served as a liaison for the United States government to his counterparts around the globe, despite being younger than most. “I was flying on Air Force One before I could drink a beer,” he says. His favorite job, however, is father. He and his wife, Ali, are parents to four children in Arlington, Va., including Chase, whom they adopted from Uganda in 2013. That was an adventurous process fraught with would-be extortionists, other opposition and discouragements. But believing they were on a God-ordained mission, the Deckards persisted, and it included what Deckard calls “the hardest and best five weeks of my life … The Lord really provided in ways that we've never experienced before or after.” The “pure religion” that James 1:27 references — “to look after orphans and widows in their distress” — is what Deckard uses his platforms to promote. He has found it intensely rewarding. “Does that mean every Christian, or every person needs to adopt? No,” he says. “Does that mean that every Christian needs to care for orphans in some capacity? Yes.”
Nearly $700,000 stolen from Dallas County jail inmate accounts; New video shows Dallas paramedic kick homeless man at least nine times before police arrive; Governor Abbott shrugs off pitch for 4th special legislative session; Teen injured in Arlington school shooting released from hospital
— Melanie Gibson came back to taekwondo when her mind and heart were finally tired of fighting. Oddly enough, kicking and screaming in taekwondo class finally quieted the kicking and screaming inside her soul and mind. It forced her to grow up. Melanie became more optimistic and laughed a lot more. She stepped up to challenges and no longer felt threatened or intimidated by the people around her. Now that she knew how to fight, she no longer went looking for a fight. She took charge of her life and refused to allow herself to continue playing the helpless (and blameless) victim. Melanie found a strength in herself that had been silent for too long. This very life-changing wondrous experience has also sidelined Melanie with a very painful (and very expensive) injury. She did not plan to spend hours on the floor while a loaned-out machine bends her recovering leg back and forth. The fact is, Melanie got back into taekwondo for her mental health, not her physical health. Valeria Teles interviews Melanie Gibson — the author of “Kicking and Screaming: A Memoir of Madness and Martial Arts.” Melanie Gibson was raised in Snyder, Texas, and moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in 1997. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Texas Woman's University, a Master of Library Science from the University of North Texas, and an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington. Melanie has worked in the healthcare industry since 2004, with roles as a hospital librarian, corporate trainer, and learning designer. Melanie continues to pursue advanced taekwondo black belt degrees and writes about martial arts and life in general on her blog Little Black Belt. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas. Kicking and Screaming: a Memoir of Madness and Martial Arts is her first book. To learn more about Melanie Gibson and her work, please visit: littleblackbelt.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
In this episode Marian Harrison describes what it was like growing up in rural Arlington, Washington, the change in the community as the economy shifted throughout the decades, the work she did for local government, and family. Born in Everett, Washington 1931, Marian Harrison is a Mother of 7, grandmother of 11.Marian was an employee of the Arlington School District for 22 years, a member of Public School Employees of Washington, current Chair of the 38th Legislative District Democrats, formerly the Chair of the 10th District Democrats, and has worked around 30 campaigns. Serves on many boards and commissions in Snohomish County, which include the foster Care Citizen's Review Board, and the Children's Commission.
Arif and James are back to discuss the win over the Panthers. Was Sam Darnold bad or did the defense step it up? Why was the game so close? Why isn't Zimmer upset about the missed kicks? Are these wins sustainable? And who should you be upset with despite the fact that the Vikings are 3-3? Also which Nick Cage character should Kirk Cousins dress up as for Halloween? We will be doing a live recording of our podcast at Ireland's Four Courts pub in Arlington, VA on November 4th starting around 7 PM! There will be a few giveaways including a ticket to the Ravens/Vikings game on November 7th. For more information on the bar check out their website: You can become a sustaining member of the show and access exclusive content at Arif - @Arifhasannfl James - @bigmono Please send any questions or feedback to or tweet to @norsecodeDN. If you like our show please donate to . We have merch! You can visit our shop at: Also we've launched a new merch line just in time for Christmas! Also a special thank you to DrawPlayDave for our new logo and merchandise design! You can follow him @drawplaydave and visit his main comic page here:
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This is Bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. St. James tells us: “Where jealousy and selfish ambition exist, there is disorder.” How true! But how can we convert disorder to order? Friends, we can start by finding the goodness within each person; to celebratethe success of others; and to rejoice in the blessings theyhave received, mindful of our own and seek humility through our service to God and one another. Jesus encourages us to stop spending time and energy noticing and criticizing the faults of others. Rather, it is more prudent and charitable to acknowledge our own flaws and faults first. Each of us should start within ourselves. Take personal inventory each day, ever confident in the Lord's power to change and transform us. Use that change to see others in a new light, then notice our own lives will be in order!
Job 42.1-6, 10-17, Psalm 34.1-8, Hebrews 7.23-28, Mark 10.46-52; How important are podcast statistics? What does it look like to be in constant communion? How can be achieve faithful architecture? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guests Jason Michel and Teer Hardy. Jason serves Annandale UMC in Annandale, VA and Teer serve Mt. Olivet UMC in Arlington, VA.Hosted by Taylor Mertins
Now that the Bears have inked a deal to buy the old Arlington racetrack in suburban Arlington Heights, fans are waiting to see if the football team will really move. The Bears ultimately want a new stadium — either on the lake or in the burbs —and it's estimated a new stadium could cost about $2 billion. Most, if not all, of that would likely fall on taxpayers. But football stadiums don't actually make money for cities, according to University of Chicago sports economist Allen Sanderson. In fact, he calls them “economic losers.” He explains why and what we can learn from past changes to Soldier Field. Guest: Allen Sanderson — Professor, University of Chicago Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm
This is the 10th year that we have celebrated National Hug Your AK Day. Professor Paul will explain the origins of this most prestigious holiday and how it is based upon fighting prejudice and hatred. Are you ready to check your white privilege? Have you checked it lately? We have a reminder of the prejudice and hypocrisy going on in the United States of America. All of which is being driven by the political left and the Mainstream Media. What do you think should happen to an 18 year old who takes a pistol to school and shoots four people? Before you answer, you might want to sit down and listen to today's show. Thanks for being a part of SOTG! We hope you find value in the message we share. If you've got any questions, here are some options to contact us: • Send an Email • Send a Text • Call Us Enjoy the show! And remember…You're a Beginner Once, a Student For Life! TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE • [0:06:55] DuraCoat Finished Firearms - DuraCoat University - TOPIC: Special AK - 10th Annual National Hug Your AK Day - Send us your pictures of you celebrating! #HugYourAK on Social MediaEspecially MeWe!• Huge thanks to our Partners: SDS Imports | Brownells | CrossBreed | Duracoat | Hi-Point Firearms • [0:35:08] Check your White Privilege: White Rittenhouse: $2 Million in Bail / Black Simpkins $25,000 - $2 Million Bond for Rittenhouse in Self-Defense Trial www.nbcnews.com - $25000 Bail for School Shooter www.independent.co.uk FEATURING: Madison Rising, Jarrad Markel, Paul Markel, SOTG University PARTNERS: SDS Imports, Brownells Inc, CrossBreed Holsters, DuraCoat Firearm Finishes, Hi-Point Firearms FIND US ON: Full30, Parler, MeWe.com, iTunes, Stitcher, AppleTV, Roku, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, tumblr SOURCES From www.independent.co.uk: The 18-year-old suspect who opened fire at a high school in Arlington, Texas, was granted bail and ordered to stay away from the institution as well from those who were injured in the incident, his attorney said on Thursday. Kim T Cole, the civil rights lawyer representing Timothy George Simpkins, insisted the case was not a “standard-issue school shooting.” “There are numerous school shootings that have occurred across this country which are tragic. All school shootings are tragic. However, in this situation, this was not someone who was just out to go and shoot a school and had made up their mind [and said] ‘You know hey I'm upset and I'm just going to shoot anyone I see',” Ms Cole told the media. (Click Here for Full Article)
This episode features a fun conversation between me and the amazing April Drake. We talk about her architecture journey, the importance of networking, and creating a supportive community for your personal and professional growth. Links:National Council of Architecture Review Boards (NCARB)National Architecture Accreditation Board (NAAB)American Institute of Architects (AIA)National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)Melissa Daniels' podcast ArchispollyBlack Women in Architecture Brunch Tangible Remnants on InstagramTangible Remnants on FacebookTangible Remnants WebsiteBuilding spotlight: Whitaker Memorial Hospital in Newport News, VA Bio:April DrakeApril Drake is a Senior Project Architect with HDR in Arlington, VA focusing on complex government facilities. A native of Hampton Roads, Virginia, April received her B. Arch from Hampton University in 2004. With 15 years of education, government and commercial project experience, April leads multidisciplinary teams through all stages of design. She is a skilled facilitator and is well-known for her dedication to both collaboration and communication.April is especially passionate about her mentorship role in promoting the growth of women and minorities in architecture and allied fields. As one of the first 400 African American licensed women in the country, April is aware of the leadership and encouragement that is necessary to guide women from graduation to licensure. To that end, she is an active member in the AIA and a committee volunteer for NCARB (National Council of Architecture Registration Board). After serving two years on the Board of Directors, she is now the 2021 Treasurer for the AIA Northern Virginia (NOVA) Chapter. Since 2014, she has volunteered with NCARB on a number of task forces developing the new ARE 5.0 Exam. She is alsoPast Chair of the AIA NOVA Women in Architecture Committee, which champions the advancement of women in the profession throughout Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland.April also dedicates her efforts to creating events geared toward introducing young girls to Architecture. In 2015, she started a STEM event for local Girl Scout troops. Through a series of both collaborative and individual hands-on activities, each girl is able to explore aspects of architecture while also earning a STEM patch for their vest. In November 2018, April was the Local Keynote speaker in Washington, DC for the AIA Leadership Institute. Speaking about the “Missing Middle”, she highlighted the challenges faced by mid-career professionals. Finally, in 2019 she was honored as one of the AIA VA Emerging Professional Award recipients.
Test pilot faces federal charges of deceiving FAA during Boeing 737 Max certification; FDA panel recommends half-dose of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine as booster for many Americans; Ex-U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox front-runner to investigate missing Dallas police files; Arlington teacher ‘punched and kicked' by student
Today's episode is dedicated to understanding how to talk to our children about expressing their emotions and mental health needs. We sit down with Dr. Ashley Elliott, author of a new book titled My Feelings Matter, which is intended to help parents and children work through these types of conversations. This show is critically important given the turbulent times that we live in and all that is going on in the world.Guest: Dr. Ashley "Vivid" Elliott, Clinical PsychologistAffectionately known as Dr. Vivid, I am a pint-sized Doctor of Clinical Psychology. I'm a D.C. native, motivational speaker, author, educator, advocate, and mommy of the coolest 5-year-old in the galaxy. Dr. Ashley Elliott, PsyD, Pre-Licensed Professional, Arlington, VA, 22201 | Psychology TodayConnect with our guest: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.comInstagram: @drvividSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/AMERIKANTHERAPY)
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for October 14, 2021 is: cabal kuh-BAHL noun A cabal is a group secretly united in a plot. // Military police arrested members of the cabal who were planning to overthrow the government. See the entry > Examples: "February 14? … That's an arbitrary date picked by a cabal of florists and greeting card manufacturers. Love can happen any time of the year…." — Bruce Gravel, Peterborough (Ontario) This Week, 4 Feb. 2021 Did you know? Cabal has been associated with a group of five ministers in the government of England's King Charles II. The initial letters of the names or titles of those men (Clifford, Arlington, Buckingham, Ashley, and Lauderdale) spelled cabal, and they have been collectively dubbed as the "Cabal Cabinet" or "Cabal Ministry." But these five names are not the source of the word cabal, which was in use decades before Charles II ascended the throne. The term traces back to cabbala, the Medieval Latin name for the Kabbalah, a traditional system of esoteric Jewish mysticism. Latin borrowed Cabbala from the Hebrew qabbālāh, meaning "received or traditional lore."
The Texas Longhorns may have lost one game, but their season goal of winning a conference championship is still in front of them and the march to Arlington starts Saturday against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Texas has an opportunity to rebound strong and show that they are a team that is able to bounce back and overcome adversity, taking on the No. 12 team in the country. The Cowboys are not the Oklahoma State teams of the past, with the defense leading them to success and the offense doing just enough to get the job done. Oklahoma State currently ranks at or near the top in most defensive categories, while the offense sits at No. 9 offensively in the conference. So how do they match up against a potent Texas offense and a defense in need of some answers? Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Texas Rangers along with USA Wrestling, Oklahoma State University and the University of Iowa, announced an NCAA/International double dual set to take place at Globe Life Stadium on February 12, 2022 in Arlington, Texas. This episode of Short Time is the full audio press conference from October 12, 2021. Links to Follow Daily Wrestling Newsletter: https://www.mattalkonline.com/news Contribute: https://www.mattalkonline.com/contribute Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattalkonline Rokfin: https://www.rokfin.com/creator/mattalkonline The Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly supported by Compound Sportswear: https://www.mattalkonline.com/compound Quick Subscribe: https://www.Podfollow.com/shorttime Short Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 676 - October 12, 2021 Direct Link for the visually impaired
I wondered: how might curiosity help me understand my community better – or help me better my community through understanding? Local author, journalist and historian Charlie Clark joins me to talk curiosity and Arlington history. Theme and other music by Sean Balick.
The Texas Rangers along with USA Wrestling, Oklahoma State University and the University of Iowa, announced an NCAA/International double dual set to take place at Globe Life Stadium on February 12, 2022 in Arlington, Texas. This episode of Short Time is the full audio press conference from October 12, 2021. Links to FollowDaily Wrestling Newsletter: https://www.mattalkonline.com/newsContribute: https://www.mattalkonline.com/contributePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattalkonlineRokfin: https://www.rokfin.com/creator/mattalkonlineThe Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly supported by Compound Sportswear:https://www.mattalkonline.com/compound Quick Subscribe:https://www.Podfollow.com/shorttimeShort Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 676 - October 12, 2021
This week's episode finishes recapping the World Championships and the big news out of Arlington, Texas. We also are joined by Army's Head Coach, Kevin Ward! He discusses his journey from Oklahoma State to West Point, expectations for this season, and what makes the academy such a different place. Follow him @CoachKWard and @ArmyWP_Wres Follow us at Bloodround.com and on social media @Bloodround @claunchinator @koatig This is a weekly podcast where we aim for Wednesday morning each week. We post on our website, but if you are listening on the go check us out on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker, and more! If you would like to sponsor an episode or send in any comments or concerns, please email Tommy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie Copeland, MD, MBA, CPHQ, Regional Medical Director for Quality for the OptumCare North Texas/Dallas Fort Worth Region (including WellMed and USMD), talks with WellMed Radio cohosts Dr. Marissa Charles and veteran broadcaster and attorney Ron Aaron about what patients should know about picking the right provider and making the most of doctor appointments. Listen to the podcast here https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-5ppfd-11021a3 or by searching for WellMed Radio in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Pandora, Stitcher and Spotify. WellMed Radio focuses on health issues affecting adults. Clinicians and partners discuss stories, topics and tips to help you live healthier. WellMed Radio airs on Saturdays from 7 to 7:30 a.m. CT in the following cities: Arlington (95.5 FM The ANSWER) Dallas (660 AM/92.9 FM The ANSWER) Fort Worth (99.9 FM The ANSWER) San Antonio (930 AM The ANSWER) WellMed Radio also airs on Sundays from 1:30 to 2 p.m. ET: Tampa (860 AM/93.7FM The ANSWER)
This is Bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. This Sunday we will have the great pleasure of celebrating our annual Mass for Marriage Jubilarians, an opportunity to highlight the beautiful vocation of marriage. For those of you recently married, about to get married, or those who have been married 25 or 50 years or even longer, congratulations. You have realized that happiness does not revolve around the non-essentials, material possessions or worldly accomplishments. You have found happiness in each other, hopefully with God as the center of a faithful, forever and life-giving commitment. You have, or prayerfully will have, the perseverance to sustain your love through the joys and sorrows, the blessings and the crosses of your journey together. May your wedding day or anniversary be not a single event but a reminder to live your lives as a witness for others to see and to follow.
Job 38.1-7, Psalm 104.1-9, 24, 35c, Hebrews 5.1-10, Mark 10.35-45; How important is the agency in scripture? What does majestic clothing look like? How is the cross a parody? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guests Jason Michel and Teer Hardy. Jason serves Annandale UMC in Annandale, VA and Teer serve Mt. Olivet UMC in Arlington, VA.Hosted by Taylor Mertins
Here on HITC szn 2 ep 6 Queen has the pleasure of speaking with the CEO of PGCPS (Prince Georges County Public Schools) where we talk about the concerns that parents have with their children attending school during the scare of covid.Queen also gives facts as well as her opinion about the shooting that took place at Timberview High School in Arlington, TX.Be sure to check out this episodes sponsor HELP FACTORY which is a a black owned mens formal wear line.www.helpfactorystore.comhelp_factory_llcKeep up with Queen on IG@_HeavyistheCrownSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HeavyistheeCrown)
The Boys are just in awe after another horrible jobs report, but you shouldn't worry since people are getting fired because of vaccine mandates. Former President Trump points out that people wanted the vaccine when he was President, and Woody Harrelson punched a guy at the Watergate Hotel. The Arlington high school shooter is out of jail, and the idiot mayor of New York City is caught in idiocy, again. Elon Musk says Tesla is moving their headquarters from California to Texas, and a Virginia democrat yelled at a black lady over critical race theory. Adele was “hurt” by the comments about her 100lb weight loss, but she thinks women might leave their relationships after hearing her new music. The correction from The New York Times demonstrates why we can't trust the media, and an Afghanistan mosque explosion killed and wounded scores of worshipers. Ryan Fujitani talks about the latest James Bond flick, and songs are on the brain for the Friday Five -- Best Song Songs.
Greg from Arlington, TX says the pandemic is a new religion. Rashid from Pennsylvania wants to get rid of the ego. JLP & Hake…; Arlington shooter released --- Back to Hake… Matthew from California asks about finding the right woman.
Rover bought an ear wax sucker. Three 11 year-olds arrested for plotting to set Florida school on fire, cuffed and perp walked. Arlington school shooter is released on bond. Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran makes a joke about Whoopi Goldberg being fat. Adele is disappointed by women's comments about weight loss. Slap a teacher TikTok challenge has schools on alert. NYC public libraries will end late fees in push for equity.
Arlington school shooter PARTIES at home with family after being freed on $75k bond. Pfizer Formally Asks Drug Regulators to Let Kids as Young as 5 Get Its COVID-19 Vaccine // MSNBC Warns Parents Pushing Back Are Mentally Ill, White Nationalists // '2SLGBTQQIA+ people': Trudeau mocked for latest iteration of term for sexual identities See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Arlington school shooting suspect is now free on bond; Two more Dallas firefighters disciplined after investigation; Dallas sheriff spent $14.4 million in overtime; Federal judge blocks Texas' new abortion restrictions and both sides claim victory
The recent school shooting took place in Arlington, Texas, which is west of Dallas, on Wednesday. Students have spoken as well as teachers about the shooting and Joe asks his audience a simple question: What Are You Going To Do About It? His audience answered that question with many solutions to stop school shootings in this country.
The fight over raising the debt ceiling continues. School shooting in Arlington, TX. Dave Chapelle upsets LGBTQ community with new special. Unemployment numbers. LA Dodgers win NL Wild Card. James Bond No Time To Die finally being released. Bill Maher on Joe Scarborough podcast.
It is a battle of good and evil…; blacks are being used to usher in evil and socialism; the breakdown of fathers started with black families Shooting in Arlington…; --- Monologue...; Curtis from Virginia says the country is not coming back.
Alex starts off the episode with a discussion about the recent school shooting in Arlington, Texas, and the need for stricter gun laws to prevent these things from happening anymore. He then goes on to talk about the ongoing fight against misinformation, and how Facebook has been responsible for a lot of society's current problems. Mark Zuckerberg gets made fun of a little bit this episode. Apparently Bill de Blasio is going to run for governor of New York, and Alex does not like that idea at all whatsoever. There's plenty of things that he's done wrong in his time as mayor, so it's time to go over all of those in this episode. Ted Cruz gets roasted as always, more angry Karens are on a vengeance, there's so much going on this time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael A Letts is the Founder and President of In-VestUSA, a national grassroots non-profit organization that is helping hundreds of communities provide thousands of bullet-proof vests for their police forces through educational, public relations, sponsorship and fundraising programs. Arlington, Texas, School Shooting – How Schools Can Be Proactive
Suspect in custody after shooting at Timberview High School in Arlington; A Dallas paramedic kicked a homeless man in the face; Unvaccinated pregnant people are increasingly being hospitalized for COVID-19; Texas' ban on school mask mandates heads to federal court
Our first update this morning is on the debt ceiling negotiations. Next we move to a school shooting at a high school in Arlington, Texas, the World Health Organization's official approval of the first malaria vaccine, and some unsettling news involving phone provider AT&T. Lastly, we wrap with the temporary block of Texas' controversial abortion law. Resources/Articles mentioned in this episode: Washington Post: "Senate Democrats appear open to short-term debt ceiling reprieve from GOP" CNN: "A suspect is in custody in the Texas school shooting that left at least 4 people injured" NY Times: "First Malaria Vaccine Approved by W.H.O." Daily Beast: "We Can All Thank AT&T for the Rise of Pro-Trump One America News, Report Says" NBC News: "Federal judge temporarily blocks enforcement of Texas law banning most abortions"
Stitch and Prodigy are out this week. This week we talk about Arlington, Texas school shooting, Squid Game, The Facebook outage, the Mario Movie, Dave Chappelle: The Closer, What If?, Star Wars Vision, Sober October, and more! Ibeji Oil and Candles https://ibejioilsandcandles.com/ Promo code: VD638N for 15% off any order over $35 Come follow us: http://www.beenhadproductions.com/bthanbti SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/bthanbtiI Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BthanBTI/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/bthanbti Twitter: @BthanBTI iTunes: https://itun.es/i6SJ6Pw YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BlackerThanBlackTimesInfinity
A tragic school shooting occurred at a high school in Arlington, Texas. How quickly will the Left use this to push gun control? The drug cartel taunted our National Guard while holding AK-47s near the border. John Kerry spills the beans on President Biden's mental state during an interview with a French news organization, saying that Biden "literally" did not know what was going on in a foreign crisis. And lastly, China continues to tease that it could go to war at any moment over Taiwan. Today's Sponsors: The FBI calls home title theft one of the fastest-growing white-collar crimes. Register your home at https://www.hometitlelock.com/ with a promo code RADIO for 30 FREE days of protection. If you're trying to stay fit and healthy, Built Bar is the answer. Go to https://built.com/ and use promo code NEWS15 to save 15% off your next order. Uprising Foods has cracked the code on healthy bread. You can't find something this healthy, that tastes this good, that's this fresh! Go to https://www.uprisingfood.com/why to get $10 off the Starter Bundle. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BLM, Defund the Police movement led to highest murder rate in modern history. Dems refusing to prosecute crimes all over the country. The crime wave in NYC in the late '80s, early '90s. Updates on shooting in Arlington, Texas. Fauci gives his blessing to Christmas gatherings. Biden promised to end covid, has not done so. The covid shot science you're not allowed to talk about. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ken Wimberly: How To Capture The Stories Of Your Life Meet Ken, is the founder and visionary behind Legacy of Love, LLC. He is married to his soulmate, Amber, and has three children, Grace, Knox, and Kai. Ken has had a 20+ year entrepreneurial journey. He founded (2010) and grew KW Net Lease Advisors, a commercial real estate brokerage firm headquartered in Fort Worth, TX. He is a founding partner (2018) in Laundry Luv, a chain of laundromats with a mission to educate, equip, and inspire those in the communities where they serve. He launched a Keller Williams Realty franchise in Abilene, TX in 2015 and served as Operating Principal through 2020. Ken served his country during Gulf War I as an aircrew member flying aboard EP-3E aircraft as a CTR (cryptologist technician – Morse code) for the United States Navy, stationed in Misawa, Japan. He has also worked in the insurance/investment field and has held the Series 6, Series 7, and Series 63 investment licenses and the Group I insurance license. He formerly owned and operated a Perrotti's Pizza restaurant in Arlington, TX near the UTA campus. Ken treasures time spent in nature, particularly on Texas hill country ranches. He is an avid athlete who loves adventure races, hiking, and running. To date, he has completed 10 different Tough Mudder adventure races. He is passionate about personal development and helping others to become the best version of themselves. He is active in his community and is proud of the 9 years he served as a “Big” in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program. What You Will Discover: [9:34] Discipline Creates Freedom In Your Life [12:41] There Is The Other Options [15:14] Legacy Of Love [20:39] The Awareness Of Life [21:58] What Really Matters Are The Lessons And The Stories And The Family History That Gets Passed On [24:12] Relationship Changes Relevant Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ken.wimberly/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lordwimberly LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kenwimberlyccim/ Website: https://legacyjournal.app/ Website: https://netleaseexperts.com/ Website: https://www.kwabilene.com/ Website: https://www.laundryluv.com/ #podcast