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Sunday Show Roundup: "Breathing Space" In our Sunday Show Roundup we take a look at the "success" of the surge in providing the Iraqi government the time and space it needs to achieve political reconciliation. The verdict? Not so successful.
2 Sep 2007
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Named one of the top ten films of 2006 by The New York Times and one of the top documentaries of the year by the National Board of Review, this unexpectedly funny and heartbreaking film tackles the human question of how much do you really want to know about your parents. Directed by independent filmmaker Doug Block - whose last film was the Emmy-nominated documentary Home Page, 51 Birch Street is the first-person account of Block's unpredictable journey through a whirlwind of dramatic life-changing events: the death of his mother, the uncovering of decades of family secrets, and the ensuing reconciliation with his father. Spanning 60 years and three generations, 51 Birch Street weaves together hundreds of faded snapshots, 8mm home movies and two decades of verite footage, as it reveals what can happen when our most fundamental assumptions about family are called into question.
5 Sep 2007
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Recently TPMtv connected with Juan Cole, professor of modern Middle Eastern and South Asian history at the University of Michigan, and writer of the blog Informed Comment and the new book Napoleon's Egypt. We asked Juan about what's really going on in al Anbar province (which the administration persistently cites as a glimmering example of the success of the surge), whether the Sunnis are ready to concede national reconciliation, and what might happen if and when we ever leave Iraq.
18 Sep 2007
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr David Miliband, has spoken about the need to work towards global equality; he’s also called on upon Burma’s military rulers to allow peaceful protest and to promote genuine reconciliation.
28 Sep 2007
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Onward and upward in Iraq? So says John McCain. And Lindsey Graham says the 'surge' is probably the most successful counterinsurgency program in the history of the world. But what about political reconciliation? And when do we leave exactly?
27 Nov 2007
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Homeless to Millions *******www.danijohnson**** Discover How a Young Broke Cocktail Waitress Went From Living Out of Her Car with $2.03 to Her Name to Earning Her First Million in 2 Short Years! What is Dani's secret to success? And more importantly can YOU discover this secret and use it too? Dani Johnson’s reputation as a gifted speaker, trainer, mentor, and spirit-driven success coach is spreading throughout the business community. Her training seminars are likewise reaching out to a growing number of people seeking financial growth, emotional restoration, and spiritual transformation. Drawing upon life-lessons learned from personal trials and tribulations, Dani coaches her clients using candid examples, unique advice, and compelling stories about her past. She openly teaches how she was seduced into a worldly culture of misguided practices, hollow beliefs, materialism, false success and empty promises. In her straight-from- the-heart style, Dani reveals to her listeners what brought her back to truths she encountered in her childhood Bible studies and what led her to answer a calling to boldly demonstrate the power of God’s promises in today’s marketplace. Abused as a Child Dani’s achievements are even more remarkable when considering the experiences she endured in her early years. In addition to being raised by parents who were addicted to drugs, Dani’s childhood was scarred by the emotional turmoil that comes from being assaulted verbally, physically, and sexually, by a stepfather with an extremely violent temper. As a teen, the seeds of God’s word were planted at an early age through her Bible studies. She accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and refuge. This foundation would see her through the difficult times in years to come. Driven from the Church At 17, Dani became pregnant by a deacon’s son, had the baby out of wedlock and gave her baby up for adoption. At this very emotional time in her life when she sought forgiveness, reconciliation, and healing, she found herself severely judged and condemned by fellow Christians at her church. As a result, Dani promised herself that if that sort of condemnation was what it meant to be called ‘God’s People’, she wanted nothing to do with Him or the church. So she walked away from God and anything to do with the church (or Christians) and sought acceptance in the world of new-age beliefs and eastern mysticism. The Beginning of Success As she began to experience success as a young entrepreneur, Dani vigorously sought personal fulfillment through the pursuit of material possessions and other worldly goals. At 21, while she was enjoying an enviable reputation as one of the top sales leaders in her company, she met a man, quickly married him, then moved to Hawaii. Soon afterwards Dani realized her new spouse was a con man who took all of her money and abandoned her with a huge credit card debt. Dani lost her job and was soon evicted from her home. Homeless and Alone With only $2.03 to her name, Dani was at an ultimate low point in her life: homeless, living out of her car, depressed and contemplating suicide. It was then that she felt a stirring from God to press on, to rise up and do something with her life. Humble Start, Rapid Rise Dani relates, “I started my new business from the back of my car. I had nothing - no phone, no business cards, brochures, no receipts, not even any product. All I had was a burning desire to succeed and I didn’t want to be homeless anymore.” Using meager resources she started marketing products for a health company from a phone booth and in a short period of time, became the top sales producer for that company. Seminar Training Begins As Dani’s business grew, so did her reputation as a marketing professional. Soon people offered to pay for her to teach them what she knew. So Dani started a training company, spending one weekend each month teaching others her business skills. Attendance at Dani’s training seminars expanded rapidly as more and more people were getting tangible results by applying the skills and techniques Dani taught them. She then decided to contract a nutrition laboratory to custom manufacture products under a private label and start her own health and nutrition marketing company. Millionaire at 23 Homeless and broke, within two years Dani became the owner and president of two multi-million dollar companies. She accomplished all this by the age of 23. With her life turned around and through a series of divine events, Dani rededicated her life to Christ. A New Life, Love, Faith, and Future In her training seminars, Dani speaks candidly about her childhood of violence and abuse and shares how the power of forgiveness set her free from spiritual depression and emotional bondage. She also shares about her personal experiences with the church, living a homeless lifestyle and how God is faithful to His promises, even if you are not aware of His presence. She was also able to embrace truth and the life promised in the Bible. Today, Dani Johnson lives in Northern California with her husband Hans and four children. She reunited with the daughter she gave up for adoption and has two beautiful granddaughters and a son-in-law in the military. Dani teaches and coaches with a passionate desire to see her clients become transformed in their spiritual, family, and professional lives. Her clients become warriors in the marketplace, demonstrating God’s glory in places where the church cannot reach. Miracles in the Marketplace While Dani’s training seminars and coaching sessions equip her clients to achieve success in the business world, hundreds of testimonials pour in each month from the same people who are being healed, their families restored, and thousands of success-seekers are turning to the Bible. Those confirmations compel Dani to help as many people as possible become free from debt and glorify God by becoming exceptionally successful in the marketplace. Judging by the steady stream of client success stories, Dani’s influence on the marketplace is bearing spiritual and financial fruit all over the country. Dani’s personal success story is a demonstration of emotional healing, restored hope, financial success and abundant grace, manifested over and over again in her life and the lives of those she touches. For FREE business and personal coaching, or for upcoming live Dani Johnson seminar info, visit www.danijohnson****!
16 Jan 2008
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Trying to Heal a Rift in New Hampshire By Alec MacGillis *******blog.washingtonpost****/the-trail/2008/01/18/trying_to_heal_a_rift_in_new_h_1.html Three New Hampshire Democratic leaders who signed a letter two days before the state's primary at the request of Hillary Clinton's campaign, attacking Barack Obama as soft in his support for abortion rights, are asking Obama supporters in the state to put the rifts of the primary campaign behind them and praising Obama for being "strongly pro-choice." Of the two dozen prominent women who signed the critical letter, e-mailed by the Clinton campaign to a list of supporters and undecided voters, three have now signed their names to another missive asking abortion rights supporters in the state to come together and take comfort in the fact that all of the Democratic presidential candidates are firmly pro-choice. One of the three Clinton supporters went even further, saying in an interview Thursday that signing the letter attacking Obama was a "mistake." Katie Wheeler, a former state senator, said the Clinton campaign had not given her background information about Obama's record on abortion rights when it asked her to sign the letter calling him weak on the issue, and said that, as a result, she did not understand the context of the votes that the letter was attacking him over. "It should never have gotten to the point where anyone thought Obama was not pro-choice," said Wheeler, a founder of the New Hampshire chapter of NARAL Pro-Choice America. "I don't think the Clinton campaign should have done that. It was divisive and unnecessary...I think it was a mistake and I've spoken to the national [Clinton campaign] and told them it caused problems in New Hampshire, and am hoping they won't do it again." The new letter and comments by Wheeler are the latest twist in a back-and-forth that Obama supporters believe did real damage to his campaign in the final days in New Hampshire, though Wheeler said she doubted that the e-mail had that much impact in the final day of the race. "I don't think this one thing would sway people," she said. Nonetheless, the conflict over Obama's "present" -- rather than "yes" or "no" -- votes on abortion bills in the Illinois legislature has left behind such deep divisions among the state's Democrats that some Obama supporters vowed, in the wake of her come-from-behind N.H. win, not to vote for Clinton, should she become the party's nominee. The e-mail arrived in selected New Hampshire in-boxes shortly after a postcard from the Clinton campaign that attacked Obama for being "unwilling to take a stand for choice" was mailed to homes. "The difference between Hillary's repeatedly standing up strong on choice and Obama's unwillingness to vote 'yes' or 'no' is a clear contrast, and we believe the voters in New Hampshire deserve to know this difference," the e-mail stated. "We support Hillary Clinton because she never ducked when choice was at stake." One of the Obama supporters who signed the reconciliation e-mail, Mary Rauh, said she did so because she was very worried that the rift created by the primary could seriously harm abortion rights efforts in the state if it was left unadressed. But she said that she remained aggrieved by the Clinton attack and by the willingness of so many Democratic leaders in the state to go along with it, and worried by reports that similar e-mails attacking Obama on abortion rights have gone out in other states preparing to vote. "We still have battles to fight in New Hampshire and we can't let dirty politics destroy the choice voice here. It's too important," Rauh said. "But for Clinton to do this to the choice community is so appalling. I can't tell you how it distresses me ... how devastating this and how horrified I am that the Clinton campaign would do this. I fear it will happen elsewhere and it's just appalling." Former President of Chicago NOW, Lorna Brett Howard, tells the story of why she switched from supporting Hillary Clinton to supporting Barack Obama.
24 Jan 2008
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Spirituality: Confession. Is God Angry? Should I confess? reconciliation, confession, catholicism
1 Feb 2008
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Worldwide Church of God in Fairfield, California USA, sermon given on September 22nd, 2007. Pastor Stephen Smith gives this synopsis on "Reconciliation (Atonement)"...Jesus Christ fulfilled Yom Kippur (Day Of Atonement) by becoming High Priest of the New Covenant in the order of Melchizedek.
3 Mar 2008
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Man From Plains is an intimate, surprising encounter with President Jimmy Carter. Following the path of Mr. Carter's recent controversial book tour for Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, Academy Award© - winning director Jonthan Demme reveals a complex individual who, with the gusto and determination of a youngster, criss-crosses the country to get his message across, even as that message creates great controversy. Man From Plains explores both the private and public sides of Jimmy Carter, whose intense sense of justice compels him to pursue, with undiminished energy and hope, his lifelong and deeply spiritual vision of reconciliation and peace
18 Apr 2008
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Man From Plains is an intimate, surprising encounter with President Jimmy Carter. Following the path of Mr. Carter's recent controversial book tour for Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, Academy Award© - winning director Jonthan Demme reveals a complex individual who, with the gusto and determination of a youngster, criss-crosses the country to get his message across, even as that message creates great controversy. Man From Plains explores both the private and public sides of Jimmy Carter, whose intense sense of justice compels him to pursue, with undiminished energy and hope, his lifelong and deeply spiritual vision of reconciliation and peace
20 Feb 2009
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Man From Plains is an intimate, surprising encounter with President Jimmy Carter. Following the path of Mr. Carter's recent controversial book tour for Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, Academy Award© - winning director Jonthan Demme reveals a complex individual who, with the gusto and determination of a youngster, criss-crosses the country to get his message across, even as that message creates great controversy. Man From Plains explores both the private and public sides of Jimmy Carter, whose intense sense of justice compels him to pursue, with undiminished energy and hope, his lifelong and deeply spiritual vision of reconciliation and peace
18 Apr 2008
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Man From Plains is an intimate, surprising encounter with President Jimmy Carter. Following the path of Mr. Carter's recent controversial book tour for Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, Academy Award© - winning director Jonthan Demme reveals a complex individual who, with the gusto and determination of a youngster, criss-crosses the country to get his message across, even as that message creates great controversy. Man From Plains explores both the private and public sides of Jimmy Carter, whose intense sense of justice compels him to pursue, with undiminished energy and hope, his lifelong and deeply spiritual vision of reconciliation and peace
2 Jun 2010
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Man From Plains is an intimate, surprising encounter with President Jimmy Carter. Following the path of Mr. Carter's recent controversial book tour for Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, Academy Award© - winning director Jonthan Demme reveals a complex individual who, with the gusto and determination of a youngster, criss-crosses the country to get his message across, even as that message creates great controversy. Man From Plains explores both the private and public sides of Jimmy Carter, whose intense sense of justice compels him to pursue, with undiminished energy and hope, his lifelong and deeply spiritual vision of reconciliation and peace
11 Aug 2008
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GetUp brings you The GetUp Mob's "From little things, big things grow" - some of the nation's best-known performers have come together to create a song that harnesses the momentum of February's apology to make sure 'sorry' is only the first step towards Indigenous equality. Track Information: Song featuring Paul Kelly, Kev Carmody, Urthboy, Missy Higgins, Mia Dyson, Radical Son, Jane Tyrell, Dan Sultan, Joel Wenitong and Ozi Batla. Film Clip featuring John Butler, Leah Purcell, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Ernie Dingo, Anthony Mundine and Matty Bowen. Purchasing this track will cost $1.69 but we encourage you to donate as much as you feel appropriate. All profits will go to GetUp's Reconciliation Fund and the following charity organisations: * Link Up * Mums and Bubs Program in Townsville. * Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience *******www.getup****.au/campaign/MakeThisAHit&id=329
21 Apr 2008
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GetUp brings you The GetUp Mob's "From little things, big things grow" - some of the nation's best-known performers have come together to create a song that harnesses the momentum of February's apology to make sure 'sorry' is only the first step towards Indigenous equality. Track Information: Song featuring Paul Kelly, Kev Carmody, Urthboy, Missy Higgins, Mia Dyson, Radical Son, Jane Tyrell, Dan Sultan, Joel Wenitong and Ozi Batla. Film Clip featuring John Butler, Leah Purcell, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Ernie Dingo, Anthony Mundine and Matty Bowen. Purchasing this track will cost $1.69 but we encourage you to donate as much as you feel appropriate. All profits will go to GetUp's Reconciliation Fund and the following charity organisations: * Link Up * Mums and Bubs Program in Townsville. * Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience *******www.getup****.au/campaign/MakeThisAHit&id=329
26 May 2009
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