Saturday, February 23, 2013

Wise Women Media for 3/1/13-SPECIAL GUEST, Cindy Sheehan, Activist and Peace Mom


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For tonight's show we will have Cindy Sheehan as our special guest. We will speak on a myriad of topics to include the TOUR DE PEACE, the upcoming cross country bike ride for peace, global peace, our leaders, drone warfare, politics (of course) and so much more. 
Join us at 11PM EST for an hour or more of discussions and questions with the Peace Mom who continues to defy our leaders by daring to demand answers to the questions that others are afraid to ask. 
Be sure to join us in the CHAT ROOM or call in to ask questions.
LINK TO THE SHOW:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/here-be-monsters/2013/03/02/wise-woman-media-with-anita-stewart
CALL: (213) 816-0357
SAVE THE DATE!

Friday, February 22, 2013

Friday, February 15, 2013

WISE WOMEN MEDIA for 2/15/13-MIC CHECK! The ALL ABOUT LOVE Show!

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Come and join us for the LOVE SHOW, all about being in the moment, radiating love, music about LOVE, conversation and beautiful sayings about LOVE...

We are a little late, Valentine's Day was yesterday, but better late than NEVER...

Link up to the show here. We start at 11PM EST:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/here-be-monsters/2013/02/16/wise-woman-media-with-anita-stewart

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Friday, February 8, 2013

Fed Mandate Kills Thousands of Red Snapper in Gulf of Mexico

CURRENT STATUS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO: BLOWING UP OIL RIGS AND THE KILL OFF OF RED SNAPPER COLONIES


RELEASED YESTERDAY. Feds mandate blowing up abandoned oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, killing many thousands of pounds of Red Snapper, the most valuable fish species in the Gulf, each time they blow one up. In this blow-up, it killed 10,000 lbs. "That's a year's salary for a lot of people," says one fisherman. The coral reefs, red snapper's habitat, also get blown up. At the same time, Feds have been "protecting Red Snapper from over-fishing", cutting the season shorter and shorter, restricting limits anglers can catch. This is the first video of this made public, and the first time it's been reported.

Here is the link:

ON FLORIDA'S WATER by Sonny Vergara: Bob Graham "We now face one of the greatest emergencies in Florida's modern history."



Dear friend,

The Florida legislative session is about to begin.  If last year and the year previous is any indication, Floridians concerned about their state’s natural systems (springs, rivers, lakes, wetlands, woodlands, marshes, beaches, aquifers, habitats, wildlife, and all such characteristics that make Florida uniquely what it is) are being advised to update their legislative contact lists and get active so state elected officials will feel the passion of the people’s concerns loud and personal, just like the they feel from the hundreds of lobbyists already engorged in T-Town.

In a letter published this morning by the Florida Conservation Coalition, former Florida Governor and U. S. Senator, Bob Graham, expressed concern that, “Our prized and supposedly well-protected rivers and springs are ‘sick’ from pollution and in need of restoration and protection by our state agencies and a legislature that shares our citizens’ concerns and determination to correct the current abuses of negligence.”

He described the situation as, “… one of the greatest emergencies in Florida’s modern history.”

Referring to an earlier letter published by the Orlando Sentinel and Tampa Bay Times, Graham’s letter today is an urgent appeal for all concerned Floridians to contact their state legislators and urge them to restore and protect what's left of Florida's natural environment.

“Our State legislators will more likely act to protect our environment if they know that concerned Floridians are paying attention to how they perform and will hold them accountable,” he said.

“The upcoming 2013 legislative session will be a critical juncture in the movement to protect and restore our natural resources”
– Bob Graham

He asks for summaries of citizens’ visits with legislators along with their comments and concerns to be forwarded to the FCC.

Governor Graham’s letter can be found in full at http://swfwmdmatters.blogspot.com/2013/02/former-florida-governor-bob-graham-we.html along with his letter of January 30, cosigned with Nathaniel Reed, FCC Vice Chair and former South Florida Water Management District Board member. 

Reed is widely known for his concerns for natural Florida and served as Assistant National Secretary of Interior for Fish, Wildlife and National Parks under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.

So … get that list ready and prepare to be heard and seen.
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See this BLOG Post and others by Sandspur athttp://swfwmdmatters.blogspot.com/
(Over 90,000 pageviews as of 01.01.2013)

Sonny

Thursday, February 7, 2013

WISE WOMEN MEDIA FOR 2/8/13--Educator, Potter and Sustainable Living Activist, Denise Der Garabedian


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Our special guest tonight is Denise DerGarabedian, MA, educator, artist and now sustainable living activist and living her dream in the wild mountains of North Carolina. Anyone can live sustainably, Denise will tell us how!

Denise's Bio:


Denise Der Garabedian, M.A., lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina , leaving her home in Florida where she lived for over 40 years, to start living her dream in rural America. She retired early from her career in education to pursue pottery, a passion she developed soon after taking a class at a local recreation center.

Nowadays, Denise spends her time gardening, including experimenting with permaculture, creating pottery, making bread, learning about foraging, and learning the medicinal uses of herbs and plants that grow in her area. She is determined to live a more sustainable life, embrace alternative health, and rescue the dogs that end up on her doorstep. Creating beautiful, functional pottery is her creative outlet and a beloved activity that sustains her spirit.

"I love being out in the woods, far from the crowded city, she says. I can actually see the stars at night in magnificent brilliance. This is where I was meant to be."

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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Crystal River Nuclear Plant, Owned By Duke Energy, Closing Due To Botched Repairs


We are in the SUNSHINE STATE. So we should be spearheading the use of SOLAR ENERGY EVERYWHERE! End of story.

Anita Stewart

Hillsborough County Soil and Water Board, Seat 5
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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