Leid Stories—Students Walk Out on Ineffective Leadership; Trump’s Mental Meltdowns Sold As ‘Genius’—03.14.18

Today, as high school students stage a nationwide school walkout against gun violence, we salute them for their courage, compassion and leadership. They are standing up for 17 students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School savagely murdered in an assault-rifle attack on Valentine’s Day, and they are demanding that the nation’s political leadership enact legislation to ban the sale of …


Leid Stories—A Tone-Deaf Trump Doesn’t Hear the Multiple Alarms He Sets Off, But He Enjoys Watching the Chaos and Panic They Cause (Part 2)—03.08.18

Yesterday’s discussion generated far more calls than we were able to accommodate, so we’re picking up from where we left off yesterday, looking at where President Donald Trump and his chaotic administration have brought us as a nation and how we’re responding.   Download this episode (right click and save)

Tanika Mason

Replenish Me – 03.08.18

Tanika Mason is a Confidence Embodiment Coach who believes that success starts from cultivating confidence from within. The Founder of Uninhibited U, she choreographs bad ass routines, life and business plans and strategies for her clients that help them embody their inner, sexy, bold confidence and unleash it into the world so that they can take courageous action in turning …


Leid Stories—A Tone-Deaf Trump Doesn’t Hear the Multiple Alarms He Sets Off, But He Enjoys Watching the Chaos and Panic They Cause—03.07.18

Even by his own admission, President Trump thrives on conflict and chaos. He’d like us to believe it’s the secret behind his genius. But Trump is no genius, and practically every aspect of his life is a moment-to-moment battle to stay on top. Trump’s “genius” world of chaos and turmoil clearly has taken a heavy toll on his own administration, …


Leid Stories—Mass Murder, Thoughts and Prayers, and Life Goes On?—02.26.18

The students, faculty and administrators of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., are expected to put in a full day today. It’s the first day since an ex-student with an array of discipline and mental-health went on a killing spree at the school problems on Valentine’s Day, killing 17 and injuring dozens more with a military-style assault rifle. …


Leid Stories—Another Mass School Shooting with No Easy Answers—02.15.18

A former student who reportedly had been expelled from a high school in well-to-do Parkland, Fla., for behavioral problems returned to the school armed with an assault rifle yesterday and killed 17 people before he was apprehended by police. Nikolas Cruz, 19, also injured more than a dozen others during his murderous rampage, Broward Sheriff Scott Israel said, adding that …


Heart of Mind Radio – 02.03.18

What could possibly be more toxic than nuclear power? You don’t have to look far–actually, it’s your mind! Self-doubt, low self-esteem and negative self-talk are the makings of a negative, toxic mind that can and will bring down even the mightiest if left on its own device. On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis speaks toMarina Shakour Haber, author of the …


Leid Stories—Taking Inventory on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day—01.16.18

President spent Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day golfing at his Mar-a-Lago resort in West Palm Beach, Fla. He decided to avoid the inconvenience of having to explain further his derogatory and racist comments about immigrants from Haiti and the African continent. Some hapless members of his cabinet took on ceremonial duties in his stead, and daughter-in-law Lara Trump issued …


Connect The Dots – How to Secure Our Votes – 12.27.17

How to Secure Our Votes: Listen to Lulu Friesdat, investigative journalist, who in researching election integrity for the last few years, presents new findings on the Florida Congressional primary of 2016 between Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Tom Canova, revealing that there were ample voter irregularities— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. Download this episode (right click and save)