MOBS OF PROTESTERS DESCEND ON THE HOMES OF ALITO AND KAVANAUGH
Security tightened for Supreme Court justices as protests extend to Alito's home
Pro-choice protests outside Maryland homes of Justices Roberts and Kavanaugh
PUBLIUS SPECIAL GUEST: Judge Andrew Gould, is a former Justice on the Arizona Supreme Court and current candidate for Arizona Attorney General.
“As a former Justice on the Arizona Supreme Court, I am deeply troubled about the protests outside the home of Justices Alito and Kavanaugh. This is nothing short of an assault on the Court and the rule of law. Judges must be allowed to use their independent judgment in making a decision.
We cannot allow a group of thugs to harass and intimidate the Justices and their families in their homes. This is a sad day for America.
Demonstrators rallied outside the Northern Virginia home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Monday evening to protest his draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Videos of the protesters flanked by cameramen showed people marching up and down the street chanting slogans like: "our bodies, our voice!" and "Alito is a coward!"
Some members of the crowd carried a banner that read: "Repro Freedom for All."
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BIO: Andy’s path to public service began with his parents. Growing up, the Gould family never had a lot of material success, but they were rich in far greater ways. Andy’s parents were good, hard-working people of great faith who stressed the importance of integrity, honesty, and humility – values that inspired him to pursue a career in law.
As a prosecutor in Yuma, Andy tried every type of criminal case imaginable, including the prosecution of criminal organizations located in Mexico. In 2001, Andy was appointed by the Governor to fill a vacant seat on the Yuma County Superior Court, where he served in that capacity for eleven years. In 2006, while serving on the Superior Court bench, he was appointed as the Presiding Judge for Yuma County. In 2012, Andy was appointed to the Arizona Court of Appeals until he was given the honor of being appointed as Justice to the Arizona Supreme Court in 2016.
Arizona needs an Attorney General who will be ready on day one to go to court and fight for their rights, and Andy Gould is the right person for the job. Andy understands the legal challenges facing Arizona because he has spent more than 30 years addressing and presiding over the most complex civil and criminal cases in the State.
To show his commitment, Andy has stepped down from the Arizona Supreme Court – a decision that not many before him have made. But to quote Thomas Paine, “these are the times that try men’s souls.” Arizona needs leaders who are willing to sacrifice something for its people, and Andy Gould has proven he will do just that.
Is there a lineage of goddesses that claims the evolutionary power of female sexuality? And if so, why were they pushed to the shadows and demeaned as harlots? Was Mary Magdalene one of them, and what were her teachings?
Dr. Joanna Kujawa argues that in the process of recovering the healing power of the Goddess we have focused solely on the mother archetype and left out the other Goddess, who is often represented in mythical, historical, and Gnostic sources as wise, mysterious, and in the possession of the healing power of Eros.
Looking into esoteric traditions that celebrated the Goddess and her art of sexual alchemy, Dr. Joanna Kujawa sets out on a detective journey to answer these questions. She discovers that Mary Magdalene stands at the center of this investigation. Learn about her portrayal in the gnostic gospels as a teacher in her own right and Jesus' intimate partner, the possibility of her life as an alchemist in Egypt, and her last years in Southern France. Find out if Mary Magdalene was the same person as Mary the Prophetess of Egypt and her connection to the mysterious Cathars, Black Madonnas, and Knights Templar.
Whether looking at Mary Magdalene, Sophia, Aphrodite, Inanna, Hathor, Isis, or the goddesses of esoteric Hinduism, Dr. Kujawa finds the archetype of The Other Goddess-the bearer of the mysteries of sexual alchemy that ends the division between sexuality and spirituality.
Excellent Correspondent Available for Interviews from War. News directors and talk show hosts take note. Gregg Stebben, who spent years being interviewed every month by talk stations all over the country as an editor for Men’s Health magazine, is now in Poland and Ukraine as a volunteer doing radio interviews about the Ukraine situation. He’s available to be “Your-Man-in-Poland/Ukraine.” In an interview, he can talk about the situation with refugees in Poland and all over Europe, his personal experiences with Ukrainian refugees, and the mood in Poland and Western Ukraine. Are the Polish overwhelmed by absorbing almost 3 million refugees and/or terrified they might be next on Putin’s list? He can also talk about his trip to the Ukraine border, and what he’s seen and heard in Poland that makes him fear this Russian invasion will turn into a global conflict if Putin is successful in Ukraine. To schedule an interview with him: , 843.722.3100 (cell or text).
Author Gary E. Smith’s first romance thriller, The Willing, debuted with a 4.8 stars average rating by independent reviewers who asked for a sequel. He has since written five more novels, including Vengeance Can Be Deadly and Undomesticated: She Had No Remorse.
Rachel has been a sacred activist for peacemaking for 30 years. In all her work, Rachel seeks to provide a practical and spiritual vision for healing the trauma that causes and results from violence in all its forms, from personal to systemic. She has a special passion for ending racism and oppression, supporting human rights, and peacebuilding.
She wishes to call forth those who share this passionate vision for personal and global transformation with the spiritual and sacred wisdom and tools they carry. She has worked with psychologists, therapists, ministers, healers, writers, artists, and social activists. She has consulted with and provided training and program development for universities, non-profits, and NGOs.
Related and Intersecting Pathways
Since 2007, Rachel's work has manifested in 3 related and intersecting pathways with organizations and individuals:
Providing training, consultation, and program development for organizations working on the frontlines of violence and seeking to foster peace. Her clients have included Search for Common Ground, The Garrison Institute Contemplative-Based Resilience Program, the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, and Naropa University’s BA in Contemplative Psychology.
Providing Shamanic Energy Healing and Spiritual Mentoring to 2000+ clients around the world.
Providing spiritual teachings on Sacred Peacemaking, an earth-inspired and soul-activating cosmology for spiritual deepening, personal growth, and activating action in the world.
Unique Blend of Academic Rigour with
Research and Training
In all of these domains, Rachel has integrated her academic, interdisciplinary research and training in violence studies, trauma, and peacemaking, along with decades of study and training with spiritual masters and leading-edge practitioners.
Peacekeeper training with Cherokee teacher, Venerable Dhyani Ywahoo of the Sunray Meditation Society.
The sweet and powerful mesa tradition and cosmovision of the indigenous peoples of Peru, including the Q’ero medicine people.
Shamanic energy healing and ceremony, with Alberto Villoldo of the Four Winds Society and others.
The teachings of compassion, mindfulness, and loving kindness of Vipassana Buddhism.
Psychodrama and psychotherapeutic approaches to healing individual and collective trauma.
Healing Historical Harms with the Eastern Mennonite Center for Peacebuilding.
Action against Trauma with the Center on Violence and Community.
Rachel creatively parlayed 15 years studying the authoritarianism of the former Soviet Union during the Cold War with a BA in Russian Studies, an MA in Soviet Studies, and a PhD in Slavic languages and literatures into a profound understanding of how collective violence and trauma impacts individuals and groups and how creativity and spirituality heals.
From 1996-2014, as a faculty member at the University of Virginia, Rachel developed innovative courses on the topics of ending violence and peacemaking. During that time, she was the recipient of several grants and received an award for a project co-sponsored with the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Action Alliance for The Art of Surviving, a digital and traveling exhibit of art, personal narratives, and poetry by survivors of sexual assault.
Current Faculty Member: Atlantic University
Rachel is currently a faculty member in the MA programs for Transpersonal Psychology and Leadership Studies at Atlantic University, affiliated with the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment (www.edgarcayce.org). She developed and teaches courses on Peacebuilding, Transpersonal Environmentalism and Shamanic Studies.
Dr. Ben Carson is a top-selling author, the former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate and the former director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins. He is also the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the land, and he holds more than 70 honorary doctorate degrees.
John O’Connor is an experienced trial lawyer, practicing law in San Francisco since 1972. He has tried cases in state and federal court throughout the country. He served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Northern California from 1974-1979, representing the United States in both criminal and civil cases. Among his interesting assignments have been representation of the government during the OPEC oil embargo of the 1970s; writing Fifth Amendment and “state of mind” briefs for the prosecution in United States v. Patricia Hearst; representing the FDIC, FSLC and RTC during the savings and loan crisis of the late 1980s and early 1990s; representing California Attorney General Dan Lungren in campaign-related litigation; defending R.J. Reynolds Tobacco in significant smoking and health litigation; representing Coach Don Nelson in litigation with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban; and representing W. Mark Felt regarding the revelation of his identity as Deep Throat.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mike Gonzalez has been a senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. since 2009. He spent close to twenty years as a journalist, fifteen of them writing from Europe, Asia, and Latin America. He left journalism to join the Bush administration, serving as a speechwriter before moving on to the State Department’s European Bureau, where he wrote speeches and op-eds.
this past weekend the LA Times 27th Annual Festival of Books
at the Book Publicists of So. Calif Booth two of author Virginia
Dale's best-selling books were highlighted, "Rich White Americans"
and "Never Marry in Morocco"--next to the book was a sign that
read: Celebrate Earth Day with Two of the Best Books on this Earth
Sandra Lee has been writing all of her life. During her junior year at Skidmore College, Ms. Lee won a Mademoiselle Magazine fiction contest and then represented the college as a campus reporter for Mademoiselle. Sandra served as editor of school newspapers and yearbooks. She wrote lyrics for dozens of songs, some of which were recorded on Columbia, RCA Victor and Laurie Records. She received her BA in English from Skidmore College and her Masters in Visual and Performing Arts. She studied acting at The Actor’s Institute in New York City. She created, produced and hosted over four hundred television programs which aired to an audience of over a million viewers. Sandra taught English, Theater, Public Speaking, Acting, Film and Creative Writing. Most recently, in Ohio, she was the publisher and editor of The Women’s Journal.
Has been an ASE-Certified Technician (Automotive Service Excellent), since 1995.
Holds a degree in Electronic Engineering Technology (EETAS)
She has repaired tens of thousands of vehicles ever since.
Fourth generation automotive technician: Her great-grandfather Leonard Smith, grandfather, Ralph Smith and father Jerry Oakes were all automotive technicians. Pam's dad has more than 45years as a tech; worked with Pam from 1996 to 2004.
She started Pam's Motor City Automotive in 1995. Pam was the sole employee - which grew into what it is today a 12-bay shop with 10 employees.
Pam's Motor City Automotive has won numerous awards throughout the years - local, regional, and national.
Estero Island Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), second regent2009-2011
Author of "Car Care for the Clueless: Or How You Can 'Make Money' While Maintaining Your Vehicle", 2011; "Car Care for the Clueless: Successful Used Car Buying 101", 2012
Radio host of "Car Care for the Clueless" on webtalkradio.net and WGRN radio
Co-producer of CAR-ER show, 2011-2012
Hosts a semi-monthly car care clinic for women, since 1996
Former Newspaper reporter and editor
For more information visit http://carcarefortheclueless.com
Who Is Clay Clark?
Clay Clark is a father of five kids, the organizer, emceed and host of the General Flynn ReAwaken America Tour, the former “U.S. SBA Entrepreneur of the Year” for the State of Oklahoma, the founder of several multi-million dollar companies, and the host of the Thrivetime Show podcast which has been number one overall on the iTunes business podcast charts 6 times! Clay Clark is a member of the Forbes Business Coach Council, an Amazon best-selling author and the host of the Thrivetime Show podcast which has hit #1 on the iTunes charts in the category of business 6 times. Throughout his career he’s founded several multi-million dollar businesses including:
Party Perfect (Which was purchased by Party Pro Rentals)
www.Thrive15.com (The interactive online entrepreneurship school)
The Tulsa Bridal Association Wedding Show
How is expert Tom Paladino illuminating light bulbs using a scalar light instrument that he himself engineered, while using this method to heal the world? These light bulbs are not plugged into a wall socket and are NOT powered by electricity. Rather, the universal presence of scalar light serves as the animating force and Tom is available to share with your listeners how it all works. He can discuss:
-How he is utilizing scalar light to provide quantum health benefits to people including eradicating germs, balancing the chakras and assembling nutrients.
-How he uses photographs of people, animals and plants to communicate scalar light intelligence to the quantum body since a photograph represents the bi-located version and carries the quantum imprint of a person.
-His mission and process and how he is providing free scalar energy to the world and to subsequently to end the energy crisis and power the world.
-What is scalar light and how it is a divine energy source that benefits everyone, vivifying the Soul, mind and body and how he is tapping into accessing free energy to illuminate and heal.
He says, "Scalar light is free, clean energy from the Sun and the stars. I have discovered how to harness the free energy of the Sun and the stars by tapping into God."
The radio audience is invited to email their photograph for 15 days of free scalar light sessions. These free sessions are available on the web site: www.scalarlight.com
Columbia University alumnus, Jeff Schnader’s debut novel, The Serpent Papers (The Permanent Press: March 1, 2022), a work of historical fiction, will be released just in time to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the April 1972 marches, building take-overs, riots at Columbia University that suspended classes after the University summoned the police to remove the protesting students. Set on the tumultuous 1972 Columbia University campus during the time of nationwide demonstrations against the Vietnam War, The Serpent Papers is the first book of any kind written about the protests and is based on the real-life experiences of a participant and witness to the events of the era.