Greg Lawson’s Wake Up Show
Saturday 1:00pm - 2:00pm
The Wake Up show, hosted by Greg Lawson, gives voice to The Principle Movement, or TPM, which exists to shed new light on the time time-honored values we call ‘principles.’
Specific principles exist as natural laws at work in all of humanity and are freely available for use by virtually all people. When used in a positive way, they can invigorate individuals and benefit whole societies.
The natural laws we call principles are superior to institutional law because they are organically produced and freely distributed to all persons. Since principles don’t favor nationalities, or institutions of any kind, they can be used to better the living conditions for every person or for every society in a non-competitive way.
Greg Lawson has been teaching the values of “Principles First” in public meetings, private gatherings and in one-on-one sessions for several years. He also wrote the book “One For All” to introduce valuable concepts associated with basic principled living.
The show is a mix of knowledge, experience, wisdom, humor and practical realities that can reach a broad spectrum of cross-cultural spaces and people. Wake Up contains an honest, straightforward and unifying message that will be appreciated by many, and reviled by a few. The show offers simple yet positive solutions to thorny issues facing humanity in every social model and existing in every culture.
The Wake Up show is truly about all of us, not just some of us. It is not aimed at the politically left; nor the politically right. It is not religious; not scientific; not about out-of-body experiences; not about space alien takeovers; and though it may throw some light-hearted humor in almost any direction, it does not choose to demean any group, ideology, or entity.
(Visit TPM with this link theprinciplemovement.com or go online to: theprinciplemovement.com)
The Women's Eye
Saturday 2pm - 3pm
Sunday 2pm - 3pm
THE WOMEN’S EYE features all types of women who are in the news or who are making their own headlines as they follow their passions and interests to improve their lives and the lives of others. They come from many walks of life, contributing how and when they can to the dialogue of each day. Their eyes, observations, and outreach are attempts to make themselves and the world a better place. The EYE is also a destination to find newsworthy articles about women. It’s a forum for opinion and to share information so please join in.
Don't miss the "Best of" The Women's Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are tops in their field and will share their formulas for success. Charli Turner Thorne is the winningest coach in women's basketball at Arizona State University and a two time PAC-12 Coach of the Year. She'll talk about how to develop leadership skills and how she juggles career and family.
Joining her is Lisa Jones, Division Chief in the Phoenix Fire Department and former college basketball player. She'll discuss the many challenges of her profession and the importance of personal empowerment.
Join us on 1480KPHX at Saturday and Sunday at 2PM PDT. You can listen to the livestream on 1480KPHX.com. Follow us on twitter @thewomenseye. Enjoy!
(NOTE CHANGE IN AIRING SATURDAY AT 2PM...)
Ring of Fire
Saturday 9am - 11am
Saturday 3pm - 6pm
Sunday 7am - 9:40am
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. likes to say he’s been an environmentalist all his life. As a young boy, he kept pet snakes and raccoons, bred homing pigeons and pheasants in his backyard and learned to train hawks. He even considered becoming a veterinarian. Today Kennedy is widely recognized as the country’s most prominent environmental attorney, working tirelessly to safeguard the environment and public health. He is the founder and director of Pace University’s Environmental Litigation Clinic in White Plains, New York; president of the Waterkeeper Alliance, an international coalition of 99 grassroots groups; and senior attorney at the Natural Resources Defense Council. The peripatetic Kennedy also crisscrosses North America several times a year, stirring audiences of college students, community groups and elected officials.
Mike Papantonio is a senior partner of Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Echsner & Proctor, P.A., one of the largest plaintiff’s law firms in America, having handled thousands of cases throughout the nation including Asbestos, Breast Implants, Pharmaceutical Drug Litigation, Factory Farming, Securities Fraud, the Florida Tobacco Litigation, and other mass tort cases. "Pap" has received numerous multi-million dollar verdicts on behalf of victims of corporate malfeasance.
When John F. Kennedy, Jr. launched George Magazine, he chose David Bender as its first West Coast contributing editor. Citing Bender’s more than thirty years of experience in politics, government and entertainment, Kennedy said, “As long as I’ve known David Bender, he has been involved in public issues. I think what he’s been able to do, rather uniquely, is kind of meld a lot of different worlds and channel them into public issues, whether it be Washington, New York or Los Angeles – particularly within the entertainment industry. I can’t really think of anyone who has done it longer or as well as he.”