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    The Brexit Referendum

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    A record 46,499,537 people are entitled to take part, according to provisional figures from the Electoral Commission.Polling stations will close at 22:00 BST with counting throughout the night.It is only the third nationwide referendum in UK history and comes after a four-month battle for votes between the Leave and Remain campaigns.BBC
    The Ipsos MORI survey shows 52 per cent wanting to stay in the European Union, against 48 per cent for a Brexit.Opinium Research’s final poll before the referendum, which asked around 3,000 people for their views, put Leave on 45 per cent and Remain on 44 per cent.
    Betfair's latest odds for the EU referendum are:
        1/7 in favour of remaining in the EU     9/2 in favour of exiting the EU The  Telegraphy
    In Memorial of Jo Cox MP
     

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    Freedom as African Americans in the United States today

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    "Activists created the NAACP more than a century ago to fight racialized violence." "Then, we called it "lynching." Today, we call it "police brutality," but the effect is still the same — our lives are in danger. Endangered by some of the very people who are called to protect and serve us. We are all tense, angry, devastated, and grieving."  "We grieve for Alton Sterling. We grieve for Philando Castile. And we grieve with the rest of the country over the senseless loss of lives in Dallas, too — because the execution of police officers does not end the execution of black Americans, and it will not put us on the path to change."
     
    "As an organization, we are doing everything we can to ensure justice is served, but we can't do it alone. Stand in solidarity with your fellow activists, hand in hand with your community. Contact your elected officials to demand life-saving reforms to a broken system."  "We can — and must — put an end to this together."  Cornell William Brooks President and CEO

  • 00:36

    AU4H's August Campaign to Promote Child Bullying Prevention and Awareness

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    Join Donna M. Kshir, Lee Roberts and Laurie Ann Smith-Tornerup as we discuss our upcoming campaign to promote Child Bullying Prevention and promote awareness regarding the traumatic issues surrounding bullying.
    What is Bullying?
    Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose.
    Bullying Prevention and Awareness Campaign kicks off August 1, 2016!
    Please visit our website as the month of August approaches as we will be sharing and posting lots of great information about how you can prevent your child or any child from being a "bully" or from being a victim of child bullying.

  • 00:13

    live from the DNCC

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    SHOW LIVE FROM THE DNCC

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  • 00:22

    Blacks Bearing Arms: Who are 2nd Amendment People?

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    Who are 2nd Amendment people? Who does Trump and the media think 2nd Amendment people are? What are the implications of framing 2nd Amendment supporters narrorly on the security of our person, community and country? What would shattering our societys ideas about "typical" gun owners and 2nd Amendment people do for the safety and security of all but especially those persons not thought of as typical gun owners?
     
     

  • 00:25

    The Red America Podcast With Mindy Finn

    in Politics Conservative

    Independent Vice Presidential Candidate joins The Red America Podcast

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    Live Debate with KTreal, BJerome, and the RDL panel

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    Well will be having a live panel on econ, social issues, 

  • 01:30

    May 31 2016 Dr. Susan Rempel Show

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     5/31 Show:  The NERVE of Potus to call for better care for Vets! Bash Hillary Day. Chocolate is a drug? Sac Bee 

  • 00:35

    Richard Hayes, former Denton County GOP Chair, on Dianne Edmondson for SREC

    in Elections

    In this 30-minute interview, former Denton County Republican Party Chairman, Richard Hayes, speaks to Dianne Edmondson and her record as the longest servicing Republican County Chair in Denton County history. In 2015, after 14 years of service as County Chair, Dianne Edmondson announced she was retiring to run for the State Republican Executive Committee to represent Senatorial District 12, covering Denton County and part of Tarrant County.
    Richard Hayes supports, endorses and encourages State Convention Delegates and Alternates to vote for Dianne Edmondson for SREC SD 12 Committee Woman, bright and early at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, May 13 at the State Convention in Dallas.
    Topics in this interview:
    Introducing Richard Hayes, please tell us your history with the Denton County GOP Describe the role and responsibilities of the SREC Committee men and women Dianne Edmondson is running for SREC Committee Woman for SD 12, why do you endorse her? Please share your observations of Dianne Edmondson, professionally Please share your observations of Dianne Edmondson, personally Had Dianne Edmondson kept the promises she has made to the Denton County GOP? What is the value of Dianne Edmondson’s skills set to the SREC What can we do to rally and show support and endorsements for Dianne Edmondson? RICHARD D. HAYES is a named law partner at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant LLP in Denton and Gainesville, Texas. He is the past County Chairman of the Denton County Republican Party, is a member and past President of the Pachyderm Club of Denton County and served on the Denton County Elections Commission. He is a member of the Republican National Lawyers Association and the Council for National Policy.

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