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Heart of Mind Radio – 08.14.15

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, Host Kathryn Davis will speak to Princess Maria Amor, international Humanitarian and founder and president of We Care for Humanity and Donna Stein, representative for Friends of Clearwater regarding the upcoming Water Festival to take place on Sunday August 23rd.

Also mentioned are two important events taking place this weekend: ECOFEST! on Sunday August 16th and Kathryn’s Qigong Class in Prospect Park on Saturday August 15th. (More information on these events below)

Princess Dato’Seri Maria Amor DK1, Princess of the Royal House of Balai, is an International Humanitarian Icon, founder and president of We Care for Humanity, an international Non-profit organization and creator and chairman of the G.O.D. Awards held at the United Nations.

She is also the recipient of DARJAH KERABAT- a royal award given to royalty and dignitaries, A Seasoned Diplomat, Peace Advocate, Television Host, Marketing Mogul, Entrepreneur, Producer, Paint-Artist, Fashion Designer, Event Coordinator and Endorser.

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Joshua Frank – The Wheels Fell Off the Bernie Sanders Bandwagon

A few weeks back I wrote a piece that was pretty rough on Bernie Sanders. I admit it. I pulled him through the mud by his loafers and smeared his good name. I had the audacity to point out his rubber-stamping of various wars, his silent support for Israel’s assault on Palestine, and his crude vote during Bill Clinton’s presidency that peeled …

Protest Is the New Terror: How U.S. Law Enforcement Is Working to Criminalize Dissent – Derek Royden

It’s well established that the FBI surveilled civil rights and other activists from Martin Luther King Jr. to leaders of the National Lawyers Guild as part of its wide ranging COINTELPRO (counter intelligence program) during the 1960s and early 70s. The use of planted news stories, faked communications to create dissension within activist groups, informants to make dubious cases and …

America Is #1 in Police Killings Among Western Democracies, Yet We’re Only Just Discovering How Bad the Situation Is By Terrell Jermaine Starr

Even before the Washington Post [3] published its startling report this weekend on the astronomically high number of Americans shot and killed by police in the first five months of 2015, the U.S. was already easily number one. Number one among highly advanced western democracies with fully developed economies for police killings of citizens: at least 400 people a year, according to a …

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Obama Chooses Six Cities to Test Federal Police Scheme

Under the guise of “restoring trust” between communities and police departments that have been militarized by the federal government, the Obama administration’s Justice Department announced this month that it had selected six U.S. cities to serve as pilot sites, to develop and deploy federal guidance for local police to create better procedures, reduce racial bias, and regain citizens’ trust. The plan, which is …

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Procrastination Part I: Why You Do It

This is the first of a two-part post on procrastination: Part I addresses why we procrastinate; Part II will focus on strategies to decrease procrastination. Many people misunderstand procrastination as a problem of laziness or poor time management. But procrastination—especially problem procrastination—is often a strategy used to manage struggles with self-esteem. Everybody puts off some things some of the time. But some folks …