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Carol Ann Parisi to be his Co-Host on THE STEVE BEAMAN SHOW Premiering Sunday 8pm on AM 560 WIND

Dear Fellow Lovers of America….

It is a wonderful thing to be an AWAKENED AMERICAN !!!!

There is something that is so exiting that is happening …. Our Friend Steve Beaman has asked our Founder Carol Ann Parisi to be his Co-Host on THE STEVE BEAMAN SHOW Premiering on AM 560 WIND- The Answer this Sunday Evening at 8 PM

We ARE Awakened and know that there is something going on .. A Transition is here, Global Economics, Technological Changes at the Speed of Light and Social Values that are changing faster than any time in history…  THE STEVE BEAMAN SHOW is going to help guide us along at this fast changing time.. THE STEVE BEAMAN SHOW IS a show with PURPOSE!… To EMPOWER, To ENLIGHTEN, To EDUCATE and To ENTERTAIN.. THIS IS THE SHOW THAT OFFERS YOU A FRIEND, A MENTOR, A GUIDE IN THIS … THE MOST TRANSITIONAL TIME IN THE HISTORY OF THE HUMAN RACE!!! FRIENDS IT’S TIME … IT’S TIME FOR THE STEVE BEAMAN SHOW !

THIS WEEKS SHOW IS GOING TO FEATURE STEVE’S BOOK…. THE AMERICAN DREAM UNDER FIRE!

AND MORE!!!

The American Dream Under Fire is a book that explores the foundations of America’s leadership in the world and looks for positive solutions that can put America back on track! The greatness of America derived from a belief that the individual operating freely would create the best world for themselves and their communities; now however, increasing government intrusion is whittling away at the very freedoms that created the nations greatness. From social welfare systems that create institutional poverty to education that promotes collectivism, the American dream is under attack from all sources. Lemonade stands are being closed by health departments, private property rights are violated by overzealous land regulators and risk and unknown outcomes are now becoming seen as bad words being replaced safety and equality. As Ben Franklin once said “Men who desire safety at the expense of liberty deserve neither.” This is a book all Americans need to read!

WHO IS STEVE BEAMAN???…About the Author

Steve Beaman is a thirty-year-old veteran of financial services most well known for selling his company Chicago Investment Analytics to Charles Schwab. He has authored over 400 articles on better living and the award winning Path-to-Prosperity Audio Library.

Thank You for All You Do,

The Awaken America Team

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Source: Will County News

Dan Proft:”It’s despicable what he’s [‪Hastert‬] done

Dan Proft:”It’s despicable what he’s [‪Hastert‬] done. It’s despicable that he was only recommended for a 0-6 month prison term. It’s despicable.”


On April 27, Dan Proft joined host Paul Lisnek on PolliticsTonight  to discuss the impact of the budget impasse on social service organizations. 

Source: Will County News

Homer 33C Students catapult into critical thinking

News Release

Homer CCSD 33C

Goodings Grove   Luther J. Schilling   William E. Young   William J. Butler

Hadley Middle   Homer Jr. High

 

Contact: Charla Brautigam, Communications/Public Relations Manager

cbrautigam@homerschools.org | 708-226-7628

 

Young School students use their critical and innovative thinking skills to build a catapult from tongue depressors, plastic spoons and rubber bands.

 

For Immediate Release:

April 27, 2016

 

Students catapult into critical thinking

An all-school challenge put critical thinking skills to the test recently at Young School.

 

Students were given a variety of materials, such as tongue depressors, plastic spoons and rubber bands, to work with and fashion into a catapult.

 

They worked in pairs, brainstorming ideas and working together to create something that would launch small items. Afterward, they took turns seeing how far their contraptions could send items flying.

 

The activity was tied to the school’s goal of fostering critical thinking skills and innovative thinking skills — two essential components to preparing Future Ready Students.

Young School students see how far their catapults can launch items.

“We hope that by incorporating these educational activities, students will come to understand that although learning is challenging, it can also be fun,” said Principal Michael Szopinski.

 

“We want them to see that success comes from persistence,” he added.

 

For inspiration, students gathered for an outdoor assembly the day before their big experiment and watched as Young School parent and his son (who attends Young) launched watermelons from a catapult that they designed and built.

 

Students cheered as each watermelon sailed through the air and landed with a splat.

A Young School parent and his son inspire students to tap into their critical and innovative thinking skills by showing them a catapult that they designed and built.

 

Many went home thinking about how they could top it the next day with their own catapult.

 

The catapult experiment was the second all-school challenge faced by Young School students this year.

 

In December, students were given toothpicks and a scoop of clay to build a structure that would support two small rocks. The activity rocks had to be at least three inches (the length of the toothpick) off the ground.

 

“Sometimes, you’re not going to achieve your goal on the first try,” Szopinski told students before each challenge. “Learning takes a lot of tries.”

 

Both activities were tied to the school’s goal of fostering critical thinking skills and innovative thinking skills — two essential components to preparing Future Ready Students.

 

“We want students to realize that learning is challenging and takes many attempts for success,” said Szopinski. “We encourage students to keep persisting.”

 

 

 

Source: Will County News