DeAngelo Starnes

The Decoding Society


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Founded by lawyer/journalist DeAngelo Starnes, the Decoding Society is a public service to the 99% from a populist and activist perspective. It also is an information exchange and discussion forum that encourages critical examination of the media and politicians' and corporations' actions. The mission of the Decoding Society is to counter the System of White Supremacy by neutralizing and reversing its impact on the world. Therefore, it seeks to fill in the holes of information dissemination to the public, which serve to manipulate thought/speech/action. We examine current events within the perspective of the nine major areas of people activity: economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war. The Blog Radio show times are Mondays, 6:30p EST - 7:30p EST and Saturdays 1p - 2p EST. Mondays are called "Media Watch" which is a review of how the media is treating major stories, trends, and events in the world. Saturdays are called "Brown Bagging on the Corner," which is a round up of the week's current events.

On-Demand Episodes

Lynching is still happening but not in the form we think of it in a "traditional" sense. The police continue to have an acrimonious relationship with the Black community. Why isn't Tony Stewart in jail or at least charged with involuntary... more

Brown Bagging on the Corner on the U.S. Africa Summit, update on the Israel-Gaza conflict, update on the Ed O'Bannon case, and the case for reparations in the area of lynching. 1p EST The call in number is 347-857-1436.

Media Watch with Ernest Champell. Sunday news coverage of terrorism in Gaza. Also, black-themed films/white producers. 6:30p EST

Brown Bagging on the Corner: Israeli terrorism in Gaza, Repubs latest stupid stunt, President's statement on torture, Eric Garner's tragic Radio Raheem styled murder, Ray Rice's inadequate suspension, and did Stephen A. have a point?... more

Media Watch: Debunking the myth of liberal bias in the media, Dick Cheney's insufferablness, Ta-Nehisis Coates making the rounds talkin' 'bout his case for reparations, and the other side of the World Cup in Brazil. 6:30p EST The call in... more

Brown Bagging on the Corner about how the mainstream media provided platform to war criminals about the Obama Administration's so-called failed policy in Iraq. Also, we begin a series of discussions on Ta Nehisi Coates' case... more

Brown Bagging on the Corner: Eric Cantor takes one in the balls. GOP kicks student loan debtors in the balls. Rev. Jamal Bryant has his balls in his mouth. Folks have balls for calling out Obama for Bergdahl prisoner exchange. And... more

Media Watch: Misperception about Africa & what is going on in Nigeria, the May 15 global fast food worker strike, Benghazi is another in a pattern of GOP distractractions, reactions to Michael Sam during the NFL draft and P. Diddy... more

Brown Bagging on the Corner: The U.S. is finally catching up to this story. Is that because stories about Africa don't sell? Who is Boko Haram? Jet will no longer be published but will strictly be an app. Is that the trend for mags now? Can that... more
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