03/15/16 RTIR E-zine: Small Hands, March Madness, Broken Immigration

March 15, 2016

FR: Lauren Healy and Chris Morabito, Editors, Radio-TV
Interview Report Magazine

01. Who Was St. Patrick?
02. Taking Down Trump
03. Why Trump Won’t Go Away
04. Do Small Hands Really Mean…???
05. March Madness and Player Gambling
06. GMOs & the DARK Act – What’s at Stake?
07. How to Fix the Broken Immigration System
08. Opioid Alternatives Exist but Doctors Resist
09. How to Keep from Catching the Flu
10. New Birth Trend – Vaginal Seeding
11. Top 5 Travel Destinations for 2016
12. A College Degree Isn’t Enough Anymore
13. Why are Millennials So Depressed?
14. Fun Nutrition for Kids – Eat a Rainbow
15. Did Tech Kill the Peace & Love Movement?
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1. ==> Who Was St. Patrick?

St. Patrick’s Day is this week, but exactly who was he?
He’s Ireland’s beloved patron saint and he’s celebrated
worldwide each March 17th. What did he do during his
remarkable life, more than 1,500 years ago? What will
most Americans, including those of Irish ancestry, be
surprised and intrigued and inspired to learn? Invite
acclaimed historian William Federer on-air to explore
the compelling true story of Saint Patrick! With quiz
questions and little-known stories, Federer will
separate fact from folklore, helping everyone observe
Saint Patrick’s Day with newfound appreciation and
fascination. William Federer is president of
Amerisearch, Inc. He is the author of many books
including “Saint Patrick: The Real Story of his Amazing
Life from Tragedy to Triumph.” Contact him at (314)
487-4395 (MO); (314) 540-1172 (cell) or
wjfederer@gmail.com

2. ==> Taking Down Trump

The race to the White house is being ‘Trumped’ by an
even bigger, more contentious race. It’s the race to
take down Trump. Why is everyone gunning for Trump?
Linda Zander, aka The Ambassador of Truth, says, “The
Truth is that throughout history those brave people who
dare to tell the truth become the most targeted public
figures. How dare they shine a bright light on what
needs to be healed, take everyone far outside of their
comfort zone and make the masses take a hard look at
reality. Trump is Truth personified. Like him or not;
but one thing remains the ultimate Truth–positive
action and personal responsibility not blame are the
primary agents of positive change.” Linda Zander is a
self-made multimillionaire, success coach and founder
of the Carry the Torch for Truth Campaign. Her upcoming
book is “Super Sized Success: 9-Steps to Maximum Riches
in Minimum Time.” Contact her at (310) 317-0501;
lindaDzander@gmail.com

3. ==> Why Trump Won’t Go Away

Love him or hate him, Donald Trump is the topic of
conversation in countless social interactions these
days. We all know that he’s loud and speaks his mind
and that could be why we can’t get him out of our heads
– right? Maybe, but Debbie Silverman says that’s not
why we find him so engaging. She says, “Donald Trump is
in our heads because he allows us to experience an
untapped feeling.” Silverman says, “The problem other
candidates have is that most are functioning within the
old belief that our political system is business as
usual. With the exception of Bernie Sanders, who is
also tapping into repressed feelings, other candidates
are ho-hum and do not allow real, naked feelings to
surface.” She’ll discuss how business experience will
‘trump’ political savvy in this election, and explain
the big difference between voter apathy and voter
engagement. Debbie Silverman is a human behavior
specialist and the president of Consumer-Perspective
LLC. Contact her at (954) 610-1403; Debbie@Consumer-
Perspective.com

4. ==> Do Small Hands Really Mean…???

GOP contender Marco Rubio went there. In what seems a
misguided attempt to counter Donald Trump’s insults,
Rubio took the presidential campaign to a new low point
when he asserted that Trump’s hands were small, saying
“We all know what that means!” Really, Rubio? Well,
since he brought it up, is the old saying true?
Clinical sexologist and relationship coach Dr. Claudia
Six says, “Well, in most cases yes, because it tends to
be proportionate to body dimensions BUT…size isn’t all
it’s cracked up to be.” Dr. Claudia says women come in
all sizes as well, but since their hardware is on the
inside, nobody really knows. She also says that men who
are less-endowed usually develop other compensatory
love-making skills. Dr. Claudia Six has an M.A. in
counseling psychology and a PhD in clinical sexology.
Her new book is “Erotic Integrity: How to be True to
Yourself Sexually.” Contact her at (415) 453-6218;
claudia@drsix.net

5. ==> March Madness and Player Gambling

As March Madness gets underway everyone is talking
about brackets and pools, but what about gambling
WITHIN the sport? Invite Frank Landrey to discuss the
issue of gambling involving college players and
coaches. He says, “Coaches need to know and plan to
avoid miscommunication between themselves and players
and how best to head off gambling influences on
players. No individual game or tournament is safe from
an attempted point shaving by “big bet” gamblers.” For
the past 29 years, Landrey has been on a mission to
uncover exactly what happened to him during his Georgia
Tech basketball days when he was cut loose. He says,
“Having been called a hero in a game against Missouri,
making all-tournament at the Poinsettia Classic and
leading our team in scoring, everything changed
overnight…” Frank Landrey is the author of “My
Gambler’s Collateral Damage”, a true story involving
the F.B.I., his father’s bookie/friend and The 1961
Dixie Classic Scandal. Contact him at (434) 944-2728;
lugolf@aol.com

6. ==> GMOs & the DARK Act – What’s at Stake?

Products with GMOs have been ubiquitous on grocery
shelves in America for more than two decades, but in
recent years, consumers have become more vocal in
wanting to be warned if the food they buy contains
GMOs. Now, a Senate bill looms that would make GMO
disclosure voluntary, with critics calling it the DARK
Act (Deny Americans the Right to Know). With a vote
expected as early as this week, invite environmental
engineer and sustainability consultant Ellen Moyer to
discuss what’s at stake. “The government’s decision-
making about GMOs has huge ramifications for our
health, the environment, and our democracy. The U.S.
government has refused to call for GMO labeling, unlike
64 other countries – including China- and is now
considering overturning hard-won state laws that
require GMO labeling. People deserve to know what is in
their food!” Ellen is an independent environmental
consultant with more than 30 years experience. She
works on projects for federal agencies and Fortune 500
companies to clean up hazardous waste sites
contaminated by a wide array of harmful chemicals.
She’s a Huffington Post contributor and the author of
several books. Contact her at (413) 862-3452;
ellenmoyer@em-green.com

7. ==> How to Fix the Broken Immigration System

Donald Trump’s wall won’t do it. But what can really be
done to fix our nation’s broken immigration system
whose flaws have led to the growth of undocumented
workers who in turn live in fear of arrest and
deportation? Joseph Oloimooja says the best answers
come from successful naturalized citizens like him.
Originally from Kenya, Joseph will share the unintended
consequences that occurred when that country sent
troops to protect its border with Somalia, as well as
why foreigners need to be educated about life in the
U.S. before they come here legally with a visa; they
also need to be told what life will be like if they
overstay their visas or enter the country illegally.
Joseph, pastor of Christ the Good Shepherd Episcopal
Church and the manager of spiritual care services at
Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center, will
discuss his nine-year journey to citizenship and the
work he does helping other people achieve citizenship.
Reach him at (323) 687-2167; oloimooja@yahoo.com

8. ==>Opioid Alternatives Exist but Doctors Resist

After doctors and health insurers created the worst
drug epidemic in U.S. history by favoring the use of
highly addictive opioid prescription painkillers over
other available treatments for pain, they continue to
ignore common sense solutions to curtailing the opioid
epidemic, according to chronic pain treatment expert
Cindy Perlin. According to Perlin, “Many safe,
effective, nonpharmceutical options for treating pain
exist but doctors continue to prescribe opioids rather
than refer their patients for other proven treatments
such as physical therapy, chiropractic, massage,
acupuncture and psychotherapy.” Perlin also noted a
recent study that found that 91% of patients who
survive an overdose are given another prescription for
an opioid. “This has got to stop,” she says. Perlin is
a chronic pain survivor, licensed social worker, and
certified biofeedback practitioner who has appeared on
numerous radio and TV programs. She’s the author of
“The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatments: The Best and
Worst Strategies for Becoming Pain Free.” Contact her
at (518) 439-6431; cperlin@nycap.rr.com

9. ==> How to Keep from Catching the Flu

Look around the office or the classroom and you’ll
likely see lots of empty desks. It seems everyone is
coughing, sneezing or throwing up. Doctor’s waiting
rooms are full of people looking for help in battling
their symptoms. Getting a flu shot may be your best
protection, but it takes two weeks to be effective. So
what else can you do? Dr. Jim Roach says everyone
should be proactive in preventing the flu. He’ll share
strategies everyone can utilize that can effectively
prevent and manage respiratory infections and flu. Jim
Roach, MD, is a leading integrative practitioner who
has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs. He’s a
speaker, consultant, educator, researcher, and widely
sought clinician with patients from across the country.
He is also author of “God’s House Calls” which
discusses spiritual near-death experiences of his
patients and seeks to de-stigmatize spiritual
experiences. Contact him at (859) 846-4453 (office);
(859) 846-4697or jproach@aol.com

10. ==> New Birth Trend – Vaginal Seeding

It’s well-known that babies born naturally are exposed
to a range of beneficial bacteria while moving down the
birth canal, but now mothers who have caesareans are
taking drastic measures to make sure their babies don’t
miss out. The surprising new trend is called vaginal
seeding and involves mothers covering their babies in
their vaginal fluid shortly after birth to increase the
baby’s immune system. Is this crazy? Ob/Gyn Dr. Kathi
Fry says, “On the face of it, it seems like a very good
idea, though I wonder how necessary it is. Babies get
plenty of bacteria from mom via breastfeeding but I see
no reason not to do it if a mom is having a planned C
section.” Dr. Fry has been practicing Homeopathy for
over 25 years and had a regular monthly call in show in
Phoenix for more than 10 years. Her latest book is
“”VITALITY! How To Get It and Keep It: A Homeopath’s
Guide to Vibrant Health Without Drugs.” Contact her at
(480) 695-1383; drkathi@drkathifry.com

11. ==> Top 5 Travel Destinations for 2016

With a relatively high trading U.S dollar, 2016 is
shaping up to be the best time in years to take a trip
abroad – without spending a fortune! Ultra-economical
travel expert Russell Hannon will share little-known
destinations that have never been easier to access,
surprising spots with the most stunning natural sites,
and the hottest city for travelling right now. Russell
Hannon is a travel expert who has been featured by
Johnny Jet, CNBC, FOX, America Tonight, CTV, ShopSmart,
Yahoo Finance, and Around the World Travel TV. He is
the author of “Stop Dreaming Start Traveling: The
Ultimate Guide to Traveling More and Spending Less.”
Contact him at (403) 354-0349;
Russell@breakthetravelbarrier.com

12. ==> A College Degree Isn’t Enough Anymore

University students are facing unique challenges today
– rapid economic changes, an evolving job market, and
the need to become the employee employers want to hire
and keep. How can they create the needed adaptability
skills, along with the mobility and fluidity essential
for today’s hires while still in college? Invite Jason
Ma, America’s chief millennial mentor, to discuss the
challenges common to students and Millennials, and
share ways to help them be successful in their careers
– and life. From clarifying direction to becoming more
pragmatically skillful (and street-smart) to finding
quality internships to managing stress, failure and
conflicts and to rising up the ranks, Jason will
address the many issues facing students and young
professionals today. Jason Ma is founder, CEO & chief
mentor of ThreeEQ, Inc., a success coaching and
consulting service for high-end families and companies.
He’s an international speaker and the author of “Young
Leaders 3.0.” Contact him at (408) 823-7768;
jma@youngleaders3.com

13. ==> Why are Millennials So Depressed?

College is supposed to be the best time of your life
with endless fun and carefree living. These perceptions
are hiding the reality of a deeper issue that is
plaguing millions of students around the country: the
anxiety and depression epidemic. Jake Heilbrunn has a
unique understanding of why anxiety and depression are
so prevalent today and how to overcome them. After one
semester of college, Jake realized the path he was on
didn’t align with his true self. Following his
intuition, he left college and spent four months
backpacking through Central America alone, with no cell
phone or ability to speak Spanish. He’ll discuss why
nearly a third of college students say they are
depressed, what millennials are searching for in
college and careers, and why parents and employers are
clueless about it. At just 19 years old, Jake has just
begun a Kickstarter campaign to release his book “Off
the Beaten Trail.” Contact him at (858) 750-0413 (CA);
jakeheilbrunn@gmail.com

14. ==> Fun Nutrition for Kids – Eat a Rainbow

Kids don’t care about cardiovascular health or the
nutritional value of their food but they do want to run
faster and do better in school according to nutritional
counselor Kathryn Kemp Guylay. Bring her on your show
to share ways to get young kids – and the whole family
– interested in eating better and enjoying more energy.
After a successful career as a management consultant,
Kathryn founded of the national non-profit organization
Nurture, which provides nutrition and wellness
education to tens of thousands of children and parents
across the country. Her latest book is “Give It a Go,
Eat a Rainbow,” a fun, engaging children’s book.
Contact her at (847) 687-3838; kathryn@guylay.com

15. ==> Did Tech Kill the Peace & Love Movement?

Of the 7 billion people in the world, 6 billion have
access to a cell phone. Text messages in the US
exploded from 14 billion messages in 2000 to 188
billion messages in 2010. Smart phone owners, 18-24
years of age, send and receive four thousand messages
per month, per individual. What is this telling us?
“Interpersonal communication is on a severe decline,”
says Carol Blackman. “Human relationships are
suffering. And, statistically speaking, this problem is
only going to get worse!” Invite Blackman on your show
to discuss how we can create an atmosphere where the
lost art of real personal connections can flourish. A
journalist, Carol studied at San Francisco State
University at the height of the Peace and Love era.
She’ll discuss what lessons we can learn from the 1960s
and how the mantra ‘Do your own thing’ is needed more
than ever in personal relationships and business today.
Carol Blackman is a newspaper reporter, author and
speaker. She is the author of several nonfiction books
including the upcoming “Truth and Love: Finding the
Soul of the Sixties.” Contact her at
carol@moretosayfromsf.com

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