Dr. Carole's Couch

Dr. Carole Lieberman

Everyday we are bombarded with stories in our newspapers, on television and on the radio that make it seem as though society is spiraling out of control. But just when everything in the world seems insane, Dr. Carole Lieberman creates a sanctuary for sanity. Call or log in to get help making sense of these turbulent times or just for advice from a soothing voice. “Dr. Carole’s Couch” broadcasts each Tuesday at 1pm Pacific (4pm Eastern) on the VoiceAmerica begin_of_the_skype_highlighting     end_of_the_skype_highlighting Channel.
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Jan 11 2022
50 mins
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Not just Virginia's problem-coming to a school near you, too! Would you believe that an ad - banned by network television stations in Virginia - because it is unlawful to show such sexually explicit materials - is the current reading material provided to Virginia's students? Several local TV stations refused to air Independent Women’s Voice’s ad: “Worth 1,000 Words”, depicting sexually explicit materials available in VA public schools. Federal communications law prohibits televisions from showing adults such materials, even when the same materials have been available to kids in Virginia public schools. IWV accordingly created a modified version of its 30-second ad, which shows a blurred version of what kids see, to conform with that law. But today, stations again refused to air the ad, claiming it still is ostensibly not suitable for late night adult viewing. Today's guests, Kelsey Bolar and Julie Gunlock, are Senior Policy Analysts at Independent Women's Voice, an organization located in Washington, D.C. Both the first uncensored ad and the second with censored images may be viewed at ToxicSchools.org. Parents can also take action at the website and make their voices heard. Federal law prohibits TV stations from airing obscene, indecent or profane content, marketers must follow text message industry S.H.A.F.T regulations, and social media companies have similar rules in place that make it impossible to actually show the public the explicit content. Yet, when it comes to Virginia public school students, these protections are thrown out the window. In 2016, then-Governor McAuliffe vetoed a bill that would have allowed parents to block sexually explicit books in school, and in 2021 he stated that he didn’t think parents should have a say about what is imposed on their children.This is despite the specific protections Virginia law gives the rights of parents. Again, don't think this is only a problem for Virginia-it's coming to a school near you, too!
Nov 2 2021
56 mins
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Scott DeLuzio and his brother Steven were deployed by the Army National Guard to Afghanistan in 2010. Both were fighting just miles away from each other on August 22, 2010, when Scott was told Steven had just been killed. Moments later, Scott was thrust into battle against the Taliban, who had just taken his brother’s life. SURVIVING SON: An Afghanistan War Veteran Reveals His Nightmare of Becoming a Gold Star Brother is the true-life story of Scott and Steven DeLuzio. Scott DeLuzio takes you on a journey from his Connecticut upper-middle-class childhood to his call to service after 9/11. With college degrees and a bright future ahead of them, these brothers left the safety of suburban life to fight on the front lines in Afghanistan. In SURVIVING SON, DeLuzio explores the hostile war zone and the soldiers experience engaging in combat with the Taliban. He describes what it was like to be a soldier and the raw emotion he felt when learning of his brother’s death. He vividly reveals how he continued to struggle with PTSD from the stresses of combat, the loss of his only sibling, and the transition to civilian life. Scott’s homecoming was not the hero’s welcome he deserved. By telling his story, Scott hopes to reach out to those veterans still struggling with the impact of war. His message is one of hopefulness that can potentially reverse the stigma that often accompanies those who seek mental health treatment. Especially timely with the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan, Scott opens up about U.S. withdrawal from the region. “I believe that every service member who took part in the war did what was needed to keep Americans safe at home by taking the fight to the enemy.”
Sep 14 2021
54 mins
Encore Warnings from Jihad Watch Dir. Robert Spencer-on 9/11 Anniversary
It will soon be the 20th Anniversary of September 11th - the day that Radical Islamists stole America's innocence and changed America forever! Do you know where the terrorists are now? Fortunately, today's guest, Robert Spencer, does. He's the 'canary in the coal mine' as Director of Jihad Watch, keeping tabs on the ongoing threat of global jihadists and keeping us informed, while most Americans have stopped watching. Most people have pushed memories of 9/11 down into the recesses of their mind because they find it too painful to remember. But, those who forget history are doomed to repeat it, and terrorists have not gone away, nor given up their plans to conquer the West. But why? Are jihadis dying for a fiction? Is there any sound historical evidence that the prophet of Islam actually existed or is the entire story of Muhammad fable or fiction? It is a question that few have thought—or dared—to ask. Virtually everyone, Muslim and non-Muslim alike, takes for granted that the prophet of Islam lived as a prophet, as well as a political and military leader, in seventh-century Arabia. But, this widely accepted story begins to crumble on close examination. Robert Spencer is a New York Times bestselling author, historian and Islam expert. His latest book, Did Muhammad Exist? An Inquiry into Islam's Obscure Origins, not only reveals the often-shocking contents of Islamic teachings about Muhammad, he also lays bare those teachings’ surprisingly shaky historical foundations. Are terrorists fighting for an illusion?
Sep 7 2021
54 mins