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    ACP / Patriot Nation Radio

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    Whistleblowers! With Arthuretta Martin

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    Whistleblowers is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 27-29th in Washington D.C. 
    Distinguished Toastmaster Arthuretta Martin is a longtime advocate in the Whistleblower Community. After a 25-year career in the Federal Government, she launched a small business that focuses on stories and song to heal, educate and inspire. A certified Stress and Wellness Coach, she currently serves as Chair of the Health and Wellness Committee for the Coalition for Change – an Advocacy organization that informs the public on the systemic practices of discrimination against Black Americans within the Federal Government. Her business, Words and Melodies, provides audiences of all ages the experience of learning through the powerful tool of storytelling. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Administration and a Master’s of Science in Federal Contract Management. As a member of the National Speaker’s Association, Toastmaster’s International, National Storytelling Network and the National Association of Black Storytelling she believes in using story to promote healing, understanding and respect.

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    Gang thugs, pulpit pimps, parenting, welfare, ISIS, & Homeschoolers kick butt!

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    Hr 1: Joe says, he agrees with the Democrats on the Benghazi report. What?!? AND... Baltimore correspondent, Corey Prez Duncan gives an update on the Freddie Gray trials, and talks gang thugs, pulpit pimps, parenting, and welfare.
    Hr 2: EU President says the Brits have violated the EU rules because a crowd cannot decide its own fate. AND... The College Board wants to make it easier for kids to get higher SAT scores... by lowering the bar. AND... And George Washington University says only homeschoolers will need SAT scores to qualify for admission. AND... Mark Zuckerberg hates Trump's wall idea, but builds his own. AND... 7th Circuit Judge Richard Posner sees “absolutely no value” in studying the U.S. Constitution.
    Hr 3: Secretary of State John Kerry still thinks ISIS is desperate and losing momentum. AND... MSNBC host Chris Matthews asks why do terror attacks “always seem to involve bombing”? If you have to ask...
    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

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    Multiculturalism: A Grand Design and a Grand Debacle with Jared Taylor

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    The present state of race relations in the United States as well as the current refugee crisis in Europe have begged the question, whether or not diversity is a positive healthy progression for society. Over the last couple of decades, the world has witnessed bloody conflicts in Rwanda, the Soviet Union, the former Yugoslavia, the Caucasus, Kosovo, and other areas, that were over ethnic, religious, tribal, racial, and other differences.
    On this episode of "America in Focus," we discuss the issue of multiculturalism, with prolific author and speaker on the subject. For many decades, Samuel Jared Taylor has lectured and written widely on the subject of race relations, both in the United States and abroad. As the founder of the publication "American Renaissance" as well as the founder of the New Century Institute, he has authored several books as well organized multitudes of conferences, hosting prolific writers, researchers, and even politicians to discuss the issue of diversity and race relations. Unlike, most discussions about race, which turn out to be very ugly and get immersed in derogotory language and name calling, Mr. Taylor has done his best to couch discussions about race in a civil, intellectual, and politely frank manner of speaking.
    He has lectured and debated many individuals on college campuses all over the United States and has also appeared on many mainstream, alternative, and academic venues to discuss the state of race relations, such as the Phil Donahue show and The Young Turks, not to mention. Also, he has authored books such as his most famous and classic work on the subject of race relations, "Paved with Good Intentions" as well as "White Identity."
    Please stay tuned for a most interesting discussion on the subject of multiculturalism, with Samuel Jared Taylor.

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    SPECIAL GUEST!! U.S. Senate Candidate Augustus Invictus Makes Official Ballot

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    Tonight on News Without Filters join Hosts Raquel Okyay & Efrain Gonzalez for Politics in Review, U.S. Senate Election, Libertarian Party of Florida's First U.S. Senate Primary Race, Orlando Shooting, False Flags, Media Scrutiny, The Star Spangled Banner and Much, Much More!! Very Special Guests: Libertarian Augustus Invictus, U.S. Senate Candidate and Homeland Security Expert Chuck Williams.

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    At the University of California, Santa Cruz (UC Santa Cruz), she participated in a 2004 panel concerning Kevin Cooper. She also spoke in defense of Stanley "Tookie" Williams on another panel in 2005, and 2009. In 2008, Davis participated as a keynote speaker at Vanderbilt University's conference, "Who Speaks for the Negro?". She has visited the University twice since then; most recently she gave the Commemorative Murray Lecture on February 25, 2015, to talk with students in a fireside chat on college activism. On April 16, 2009, she was the keynote speaker at the University of Virginia Carter G. Woodson Institute for African American and African Studies symposium on The Problem of Punishment: Race, Inequity, and Justice. On October 31, 2011, Davis spoke at the Philadelphia and Washington Square Occupy Wall Street assemblies. Due to restrictions on electronic amplification, her words were human microphoned. In 2012 Davis was awarded the 2011 Blue Planet Award, an award given for contributions to humanity and the planet. At the 27th Empowering Women of Color Conference in 2012, Davis mentioned that she was a vegan. Davis has called for the release of Rasmea Odeh, associate director at the Arab American Action Network, who was convicted of immigration fraud. On January 23, 2012, Davis was the Rhode Island School of Design's MLK Celebration Series keynote speaker and 2012 Honoree. Angela Davis is depicted along with Eldridge Cleaver in Larry Clark's 1970 film Tamu, which is a reference to Davis' African name (Tamu Davis). Davis is depicted, among other figures of communism, in the painting The funerals of Togliatti (1972) by Renato Guttuso; she's in the left framework, near the author's self-portrait, Elio Vittorini and Jean-Paul Sartre.  

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    Martus Ministry - "Eye of The Storm"

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    End Times Bible Prophecy, Obama and Hillary International Blasphemy Laws, Christians to be listed as Terrorist Extremists, New World Order Agenda, Bilderberg, "THE WAR OF WORKING HARD FOR THE KINGDOM OF GOD" and more!  

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    True Outspeak

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    Political and cultural commentary by the Brazilian philosopher Olavo de Carvalho.

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    Well Armed Radio - Sunday June 19th, 2016

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    ******NEW TIME:  8pm live broadcast******* Join Wisconsin Carry, Inc. President and host of Well Armed Radio, Nik Clark for another LIVE broadcast of Wisconsin's premier 2nd Amendment/freedom minded/capitalism embracing radio program.  Where we don't just talk about guns, but capitalism and freedom.  Show will air LIVE at 8pm Central time on Sunday. (note, show start tiem will be 8pm for the remainder of the summer months)   Tune in, Call in, BE WELL ARMED!
    Well Armed Radio...  Because knowledge is your best defense, but a good back-up never hurts. Topics this week: -Orlando night club terrorist attack.  Anti-gun politicians never let a good crisis go to waste.
    -Republicans cave while democrats perpetuate fairytales
    and much more

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    moorish nationality

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    come ye all Asiatics come hear about your nationality and birthright.

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