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Psychic: Halloween & Spirits

What are the signs someone from the other side is trying to communicate with you? Can you actually develop psychic abilities? Are there more spirits around on Halloween? Ask psychic medium Vincent Genna, a veteran ghost-buster! Vincent is available to provide fun, on-air readings and offer some haunting insight from those who have already crossed […]

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Weinstein, Women & Corporate Culture

Invite Nancy Parsons to discuss her perspective on Weinstein’s epic fall from glory. “Clearly, Weinstein lacks empathy and seems to demonstrate traits as an egotist rule-breaker. He’s undoubtedly motivated by power, competition, amusement and hedonism.” Parsons, who specializes in cutting-edge psychological assessments for executive coaching, says, “My research has found that women tend to be […]

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GOP’s Harvey Hypocrisy

Harvey Weinstein was a big Democratic political donor, and journalist Walter Shapiro says Republicans, devoid of any sense of shame, are gleefully playing guilt-by-association bingo. “For the Republicans — with Trump in the White House — to portray the Democrats as uniquely solicitous of sexual predators assumes that the typical American voter is an amnesiac […]

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Country Music’s Gun Culture

In the wake of the Las Vegas attack at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the culture of country music and its relationship with guns has come under a lot of scrutiny as policymakers, the media, pundits, and just ordinary people try and make sense of this senseless act of violence. Kurt Bardella can discuss the […]

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How to a Be Leader in Uncertain Times

Change and uncertainty—along with complexity and responsibility—come standard with leadership. Whether it’s a reorganization, mergers or natural disaster, leadership expert Brenda K. Reynolds says, “Learning how ‘to be’ when the answers are unclear is the most important leadership muscle you can build but it’s not typically taught in business schools.” Reynolds will discuss how to […]

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Can the U.S.’s Biggest Problems Be Solved?

Gun violence. Racism. Political division. Addiction. Hunger. Homelessness. Every one of these problems—indeed, almost all problems that plague America today—are symptoms of one common cause. Trying to solve them individually is as naïve as trying to extinguish a fire by throwing gasoline on it. Bring master problem solver Eldon Grant on your show to discover […]

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Faith in the Wake of Irma and Harvey

Many doctors, psychologists, and political leaders now realize the powerful impact faith and religious beliefs play in our ability to bounce back after Harvey, Irma and other disasters. People who have something to believe in beyond what they can see with their eyes handle the “storms” of life better when their normal life is shaken […]

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02/21/17 RTIR E-zine: Wicked Tuna, NAFTA, American Heart Month

February 21, 2017 01. Trump/Netanyahu Meeting – One State Solution? 02. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 03. Wiki-leaks, Illegal Leaks and Donald Trump 04. Trump’s Age & Hair-Loss Drug = Dementia? 05. Capt. Dave Marciano of Nat Geo’s ‘Wicked Tuna’ 06. Amazon Kid Hit ‘Annedroid’ Creator 07. Black History Month: Will the World […]

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