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Welcome to your next issue of "PASSIONATE VOICES!"
The Internet talk radio station that broadcasts the Voices of the People – United We Roar!
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Date: November 19, 2008 Issue # 1110
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Star Publish LLC – T.C. McMullen –

Joyce and Jim Lavene will be signing copies of their two new releases,
WICKED WEAVES and THE TELLTALE TURTLE, at the Cape Fear Crime Spree in Wilmington, NC and the Mobile, AL Renaissance Faire this fall. They are currently working on a new book and look forward to the May release of
their fifth Peggy Lee Garden Mystery, A CORPSE FOR YOU.

Debbie Jordan – "The World I Imagine" and "Lion's Pride"

John McCain claims the problems of uninsured people and the high cost of medical services can be corrected by "market forces." He ignores the fact that "market forces" cause this mess in the first place.

Whenever I hear McCain sounding the warning about government employees making "decision" about our health care, I remember that he's received government-administered medical care every day of his life. What I do not hear from him is an explanation of the terrible experience he's had in the delivery of poor medical care of being denied necessary care as a result of any decision made by a government employee. He seems to be in excellent shape for a man of his age who was so badly injured during his North Vietnamese internment and has survived multiple cancers. How can he say that we'll receive any care that is worse than the government program that seems to have benefited John McCain so well?

McCain wants insurance to be portable between jobs but doesn't mention how people will pay for coverage during time gaps between jobs.

He wants insurance companies to sell policies across state lines, which would threaten the control states exercise over companies that do business within their borders and lead to more abuses than already exist.

McCain wants to segregate sick people into a "pool" so that healthy people won't have to help pay the cost of medical services for people who actually need them. That will raise the already high cost of coverage for people who can least afford to pay for it.

McCain's health care "reform" is "business as usual." Nothing will change with Republicans in the White House
ANIMAL FAMILIES OF MOONHAVEN - by Flash Silvermoon /Animal Communicator
Its so wonderful to see how animals in a family actually behave like family. My crew shows me their devotion to each other time and time again.

As I am writing this story, my gorgeous Appaloosa mare Chinamoon is looking in the window at me slaving over a hot computer, and my dog Apple is asleep behind me on the floor My two boy cats Star and Red are fast asleep next to me on chairs and if I look out the other window on the opposite side, my most witchly black cat Jasmine is asleep on the hot tub cover. I am totally surrounded and totally loved too. Tucky, the gray Tabby, is elsewhere being mystical no doubt.

I thought that I would have to put my 14 yr. old dog, Apple down on New Years Eve, 2007. He's half German Shepherd and half Catahoula Leopard Hound, a leopard shepherd. He by the way, has had nothing but skin problems since his first rabies shot, never had them before.
[Those shots are in many cases a veterinary hustle and the honest ones will tell you that they can sometimes cause more harm than good and certainly needn't be done yearly. The vaccines are good for usually 3 yrs so the yearly shot is just a scam.] Back to the animal family stuff. My dog Apple's back leg became dysfunctional and he couldn't easily keep himself up for a while. Thankfully through homeopathy and a very brave woman cutting his long nails, he is better today over a year later. During his crisis, which lasted nearly a week, my youngest cat Star who is a sweet little white mush ball started sleeping next to Apple [short for Appaloosa because he was spotted and big as a horse]. You could see that the two of them were traveling on some other plane as they both looked absolutely dead. Apple also rarely tolerates anyone getting that close.

I am quite sure that my little Star was helping energize and heal his big bro. I have seen the younger and healthier in my family lay down and literally share energy with the elders or sick ones sometimes lying back to back.
Star has been tending to Apple by running to the door whenever Apple wants to come in from the outside. It is the cutest thing to see him sit and meow frantically until I come and let Apple inside. I discovered as I watched them more closely that Star is totally devoted to checking up on Apple in many ways and letting me know if something is not right. Also, since Apple became deaf it seems that Star understands that he has special needs and really looks after him.

Apple is a big boy and is surely on the last part of his life but he is up and around now and acting like a happy dog again. Several years ago when his best friend Bear passed, I thought that I would lose him too as he was really Bear's dog. There were a few months that were touch and go but he finally became my dog and the only dog of four left in the household. This was quite a transformation for him, but I feel like he really blossomed and has taken his job of top and only dog, quite seriously. Because Apple is a herder from both sides of his gene pool, he has modified his job to counting, clients, animals, and visitors. Since I started letting Star out a bit, Apple frets and fusses looking outside for his little brother until he sees Star come bouncing into the house and it is really, really sweet.

Apple and China have their own funny way of relating. I think they both actually love each other but they have a pretend antagonism, which looks like, "I see you, I run, you see me, you run." Neither of them has ever so much as lifted a tooth or hoof to the other and Apple patrols China's paddock daily with much dedication while I toss several flakes of hay to her. It's like they have unspoken agreements, all of them actually.

I have seen some of my furry friends who don't crave each other throw themselves between family member and an intruder. Years ago, my white cat Jade had a nearly tragic accident and needed to be in a cage for a month or 2 while she recuperated. Her brother Crystal would sit on top of her cage to protect her most of the time and we would actually have to move both of them when we needed to carry Jade somewhere to treat her injuries. A few years later, Jasmine who regularly hissed at Jade had an accident and needed to be in the cage for a week or two and that Jade sat beside her in the cage the whole time as if to say, "I know all about being in a cage sister, I am here in solidarity with you."

It is very important when a family member passes, be it human or animal, or if a lover leaves, etc., that you treat the whole family for grief as they all feel it. There are a few possibilities and they all work. GreenHope Farms has some of the best flower essences on the market and in fact has an animal line, which is fine for humans too. There is a Grief and Loss remedy, which works well as does Abandonment, and Abuse and they have an Animal Emergency that puts ordinary Rescue Remedy to shame.

If you go to my website below you can read more about my animal work as well as get the link to Greenhope Farms Flower essences. I treat my own with these as well as working as an Animal Communicator in sanctuaries w/ Big Cats, monkeys, horses and of course dogs and cats. I was part of the emotional triage team that treated many Katrina Dogs so these are tried and true suggestions. I also use homeopathy for mine and have used Ignatia Amara very successfully for grief when it is hysterical and emotional and Nat Mur when the being is sort of walled up and self-reliant.

Right now, I am writing a book about my experiences with the animals called Lifetime Companions, Love Never Dies, which particularly focuses on reincarnation and your pets. I truly know that they do come back and want to be back with their families again and again. Most of my furry family are repeaters. I write this book for my own healing of animal losses as well as to help other people with the heartbreak of losing a beloved animal friend.[this piece will probably be part of the book]

I have an excerpt in one of the latest Beltane Papers about my healing rescue work with my favorite tiger Duke and a piece about my horse Chinamoon in the new anthology Angel Horses, Divine Messengers of Hope. If you love horses, this is a great one with so many heartwarming stories. My piece is called "Living With the Mare Goddess, Chinamoon." Blessings Flash; * The Wise Woman's Tarot - http://www.flashsilvermoon/

K.L. McLoughlin
November is an exciting month for Today's Women! While lots of people will be thinking and talking about the election and what it means we will be talking about other issues that are just as important to the daily lives of today's women. Many of us are considering going back to work or getting back on to a more serious career track after having had children due to financial concerns. Helping our children and ourselves understand the dynamics and real solutions to bullying is something many of us deal with on a regular basis. Even in these stressful times we cannot afford to forget how important the goal of happiness is, we can get there and stay there if we stay true to ourselves. Everything we do in life depends on and is affected by communication. Whether it is in a business meeting or proposal, talking with friends and partners or in parenting, using stories well helps us not only get understood, but be more influential too! Have a look at November's line up and tune in Tuesday's at 5 pm ET!

Nov 18th Why Being True to Yourself is Crucial to Happiness and How to get There
With Ryan O'Reilly author of Snapshot

Nov 25th Why and How to Communicate with Stories
With George Plumley owner of Brave New Niche, a media coaching company

"Doc" E. Everett McFall, relates to the present day Veteran's and their families in his gripping memorial, I Can still Hear Their Cries, Even In My Sleep... A Journey Into PTSD. ISBN:1432704575 . This Vietnam War Veteran, Author, Radio talk Show Host tells it like it is, as well as like it was in plain no non-sense language. Always mindful of his audience, he manages to 'keep it real' and 'simple'. "The memories," he states, "remains an unwelcome escort that travels with you everywhere, haunting your every thought."

Today E. Everett McFall educates and informs audiences nationwide on the lasting effects on combatants as he relates his emotional journey into combat. His book relates to all "warriors". "It is Searing and Ruthlessly Honest, a moving testament to the enduring pain that stems from the horror of war, " quotes a reviewer. "Powerful, the best book on the effects of PTSD that I have ever read," writes a noted mental health professional.

McFall states," I was a young teenage Naval Hospital Corpsman when I left the U.S. for a tour in Southeast Asia in 1966 with dreams and goals of someday becoming a doctor." Those 364 days in Vietnam has forever changed his life. You will laugh, you will cry as he takes you on a journey into the thought-provoking effects of WAR! Forty years later, at age sixty-two, he is still fighting through bouts of depression, nightmares, and recurring flashbacks with intrusive thoughts known as PTSD, just as the returning combat troops of today.

He continues to struggle with his inner demons and concludes every speech with a painful statement, "I left Vietnam in 1967, Vietnam never left ME!

Today, 40 years later, I Can still Hear Their Cries, Even In My Sleep."

Review copy available if a mailing address is provided. Email contact: 219-884-0115; For more information, visit Listen to his Archived Radio Talk Shows of "The Veteran's Forum," at .

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WS Radio Interview with Susan Friedman, on her Internet talk radio show "Niches to Riches."

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