June Kiefer, RN received her Masters in Psychiatric/Mental health Nursing form Stonybrook University in 1991. June has an active full time practice since 1996, specializing in both individual and group therapy. She is board certified by the ANCC and has been a Nurse Practitioner since 1993. June holds an adjunct position as Clinical Assistant Professor with the School of nursing at Stonybrook University, Suffolk County Community College and Adelphi University, all in NY, where she expanded her role to an educator.
The feb 14 edition of warrior connection was a discussion with scott stump- project director- about the national desert storm war memorial.
The National Desert Storm Veterans War Memorial
The design illustrations shown on this website for the National Desert Storm Veterans War Memorial are the result of a 20-month collaborative effort between the National Desert Storm War Memorial Board of Directors (NDSWMBD), numerous veterans of the war, CSO Architects, Inc., Context Landscape Architecture, and other citizen contributors who were affected by the war. During the process, the NDSWMBD and the Design Team (CSO & Context) sought a great deal of input from many stakeholders and from many veterans of the war. After months of research, surveys, contemplation and Board review sessions, the design team incorporated the Board’s and veterans’ heartfelt thoughts and suggestions directly into the memorial’s design in an effort to create a fitting, meaningful and memorable memorial experience for visitors and for those most affected by the war.
Matthew Schwartz is Executive Director of the South Florida Wildlands Association – an organization founded to protect habitat, wilderness, and biodiversity in the Greater Everglades. Over the years, he’s been involved in numerous battles over management of public lands, energy projects, habitat development, and Everglades restoration.
Meria with Michael Reccia on life and death.
Updates on China achieves economic superpower status, profit produces drug scarcities, Ireland’s unjust austerity, millionaire tax in Massachusetts. Major discussions of self-destructive cut-backs in public higher education and the chaos of the monetary system (banks, Fed Reserve, etc.).
– Today we have a “Gringo’s eye view” up front and personal: a boots on the ground walk through not one but two dirty, filthy, amazingly chaotic, Latin government immigration offices: one in a huge city of 2 million plus people and one in a very small town of about 10,000 population.
Note: There are huge differences (you’ll see).
You’ll see just how average Latin people manage to maneuver their way through the amazingly inefficient and mind-numbing maze of a bureaucracy without the aid of lawyers or outside support. That’s why even simple procedures can take days and repeated return trips.
You’ll see how it seems an almost impossible task for even a Spanish speaking native to get anything accomplished yet they somehow eventually slog on through and get it done. Why? Simply because 95% of Latins have much, much, much more time than money.
As for me, every time I see a long stagnant line outside of a government building it makes me think of that room full of monkeys on typewriters, who- given an infinite amount of time- can eventually type out the bible.
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks is shining a Spotlight on Congressman Tom Marino, who’s a lawyer, former District Attorney for Lycoming County, and a former United States Attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He has brought his experience and knowledge to Washington D.C. to become a leader in the House of Representatives.
Liz Barris is an activist who has been tirelessly working at making the public aware of the dangers concerning wireless radiation which is coming from various sources in the city and people’s homes. She gives an update on the latest progress in her continuous fight to remedy the situation (or eradicate the technology) which severely affects people who are hyper-sensitive to Electro Magnetic Frequencies (EMF’s).
Being one of these people being affected, Liz talks about how her life was disrupted as she got sick where she lived, at home, and at work, causing her to actually have to move several times.
We talked at length about the dangers of radiation and how many people will gradually be affected by it. Currently there are numerous lawsuits around the country concerning people who have already been affected, some becoming extremely sick and others actually dying.
Sources of this radiation include cell phones, cell phone towers, wifi in homes and across the city – as is the case where Liz was living – and also comes from computers, laptops, wireless phones, power lines and smart meters, etc. Smart meters are some of the latest of this technology from gas and electric companies which are being installed on homes, businesses, apartment buildings, and anywhere else that uses those utilities.
VE 291 2/12/16
Sunflower Bean: I Want You To Give Me Enough Time
Fake Problems: Songs For Teenagers
Low Cut Connie: Shake It Little Tina
Mumford & Sons: Broad Shouldered Beasts
Eagles: Take It To The Limit
Rome featuring Norah Jones: Black
Van Morrison: Madame George
Earth Wind & Fire: Getaway
Graham Parker: Local Girls
Raconteurs: Blue Blood Blues
The Able Sea: Sad Ballet
Grateful Dead: Brokedown Palace
Rob Wasserman with Dan Hicks: Gone With The Wind
Vince Guaraldi: Cast You Fate To The Wind
Jack reviews US Federal Reserve Chair, Janet Yellen’s, testimony to Congress this past week. Her overestimation of the health of the US economy and underestimation of the crisis in the global economy are noted, and special attention given to her statement that ‘negative interest rates’ are being prepared for in the US. The logic behind the $6 trillion in negative rates to date in Europe and Japan is debunked. And the negative consequences for the global economy from negative rates are explained. Central banks have gone too far, too long and are now trapped by their own policies, making the global economy worse by the day. Jack reviews evidence of the banking system beginning to crack in Europe (key banks there in trouble) and provides a summary of the ‘global financial fault lines’ from chapter 11 of his recent book, ‘Systemic Fragility in the Global Economy’, and his take on the most vulnerable financial markets. Also addressed is why the US working class is orienting toward Trump (45-54 age group) and Sanders (18-34) with serious implications for the Democrat and Republican establishments.