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Radio show presented by Sanctuary Music Limited, based in Dudley. Please get in touch if you would like to be featured on the show. Presented by Presley (Drag Radio, Gary Numan) and D'lear (Drag Radio, KIK). A unique and different knid of radio show! Featuring the best new music from the UK and around the World, as well as Rock n' Roll Faux Pas and comedy sketches and characters. Listen links are at: http://www.sanctuarydudley.com/radio If you are interested in being on the show please conta ...
 
Atara is a Social Justice Advocate, motivational speaker, a TRUE survivor of domestic violence & depression. Join her on STAO RADIO SHOW which stands for Sound the Alarm Outreach as she educates, empowers, and inspires the community around the globe on how to LIVE AGAIN. Visit ataraestes.com to book your free 30-minute workshop and 15 min Q&A. Background of work and affiliation of topics we will address but not limited to so that will help us to move our community forward. St. Louis Ending V ...
 
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Today's episode is on Show Me Hope. Show Me Hope is a free Crisis Counseling Program in response to MO federally declared disasters. The CCP provides outreach and education to assist community/individuals with disaster recovery. Sponsored by FEMA/SAMHSA. Follow this page for resources and information about stress management, coping skills, services…
 
We're back. With morning inspiration, educationing, empowering and awareness. Sound the Alarm Outreach of STAO Radio ......Raising awareness on domestic violence, dating, sexual violence and the aftermath of trauma and so much more. You can find more resources on Sound the Alarm Outreach - STAO Radio show Facebook/Twitter Community Resources www.at…
 
Most people tune out when academics speak in terms of regression analysis and ?agent-based modeling.? Nonetheless, we want to understand the long-term economic trends that these methods seek to illuminate in order to plan for the future. Don Boudreaux is a master of making complex economic ideas comprehensible to the layperson. He provides this ser…
 
Bob does a regular show with a very special guest ? a walking embodiment of the libertarian ethos: David Boaz. Since joining the Cato Institute in 1981, Boaz has been pivotal in transforming the once-obscure think tank into a powerhouse ? setting the gold standard for libertarian public policy analysis. More than 15 years ago, at a time when far fe…
 
This week, instead of the usual encore show, we will be airing a remix of the best segments from previous shows on the topic of illegal immigration. This subject is so dear to Bob's heart (and mind) that he has been compelled to revisit it half a dozen times, and he will continue to do so for as long as it remains an issue. Bob's stance on immigrat…
 
?Be nice? may be excellent advice for children on the playground, customer service workers, and indeed, for most people in most situations. Being nice, however, does not always advance what Jonathan Rauch calls "the liberal science" ? the ongoing process of public criticism that gradually brings us closer to the truth. Thanks to robust rights to fr…
 
As a class, ?capitalists? tend to get stereotyped in the starkest of terms. They are heroes to some and villains to others; the captains of industry or the robber barons of old. Rarely do we actually get to hear a successful capitalist explain what his work is about. As former Chairman and CEO of BB&T and current CEO and President of the Cato Insti…
 
The Citizens United case, in which the Supreme Court affirmed speech rights for corporate ?persons,? was alleged by some to herald the end of democracy ?of the people, by the people, and for the people.? But are corporate interests really able to purchase politicians and their votes? Perhaps more importantly, is there any evidence that ?bought? pol…
 
Sixteen years ago, Virginia Postrel published The Future and Its Enemies, a manifesto for her personal philosophy of "dynamism." Dynamists like Postrel favor the spontaneous, evolving forces of free markets over the "stasist" philosophy common to reactionary conservatives and government technocrats. Even more than left versus right, Postrel argues,…
 
Lenore Skenazy first made waves after writing a column about how she let her nine-year-old son ride the New York City subway home alone. This was followed by a public outcry, including the accusation of "World's Worst Mom," which led Lenore to defend her position on TV programs like The View, The Today Show, and Anderson Cooper 360. Skenazy eventua…
 
Since the initial waves of political correctness and subsequent censorship swept across college campuses in the 1990s, many cases have been fought and won in favor of free speech. The overturning of unconstitutional speech codes, for example, seemed to herald a new era for individual rights in higher education. These victories resulted in no small …
 
Following the Great Recession of 2007-2008, regulators jumped at the opportunity to "remedy" (i.e., regulate) perceived market failures in credit markets. Although government-sponsored enterprises like Fannie Mae were responsible for many of the bad loans that created the crisis, politicians alleged it was the free market and payday lending that ne…
 
Every year, Americans rightly honor civil rights icons who stood up for the principle of equality enshrined in our founding documents. Few are aware, though, of the ties between the civil rights tradition and the principles of classical liberalism. In Race and Liberty in America: The Essential Reader, Jonathan Bean has compiled an anthology of prim…
 
Back in April, Bob interviewed Ed Hudgins about The Republican Party?s Civil War, in which Hudgins urged Republicans to emphasize the value of ?modernist achievers??those who disrupt status quo industries and demonstrate what free individuals can accomplish. Derek Khanna is one of the youngest yet most influential thinkers leading the charge on the…
 
Double-entry bookkeeping doesn't exactly have a reputation for excitement. Indeed, who among us spends weekends and evenings painstakingly tallying our assets against our liabilities when there are so many delightful distractions around? Jacob Soll, a historian and accounting professor at the University of Southern California, thinks accounting nee…
 
For decades, the North Korean regime has kept its oppressive rule hidden from the rest of the world. But slowly, the truth has been emerging. Defectors like Yeonmi Park?who left the country in 2007 at the age of 15?have lived to tell the stories about their escape, and of the changing political landscape they left behind. Yet in spite of the contin…
 
Alice Goffman is no Ivory Tower academic. The author of a harrowing new field study, On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City, Goffman spent the better part of a decade immersing herself in a crime-ridden neighborhood in Philadelphia. Once established, she began to study people?s lives in light of certain trends in law enforcement that are sha…
 
Though some use it disparagingly, the label of ?Bleeding Heart? is worn by others as a badge of honor. This apparent contradiction only starts to make sense when you contrast the frequently damaging results of government policy motivated by the undeniably noble sentiment behind caring for the poor. Matt Zwolinski, Professor of Philosophy at Univers…
 
In most sectors of the economy, regulation is an inevitable hurdle to doing business. Certain Internet-based businesses, however, have been left alone for long enough to flourish in the hands of enterprising individuals. Jim Epstein is a producer at Reason TV who has been tracking the emergence of the so-called ?sharing economy." Epstein joins Bob …
 
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