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Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas, Roger Harris and Rodney Smith with special guests: Sonia Thompson and The Vegas Soulcialite Ms. Erika Washington.
Our Topic(s) today: “Brown vs. Board of Education 59th Anniversary, a Separate Black College Graduation in 2013, Black Local Media Locked Out of the Billboards & 7 Reasons why stripping can help you reach your goals – Reason 1.”
If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600 Near a computer you can listen in or chat with us here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/our-own-voices/2013/05/18/our-own-voices-live
Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
911 Truth and New World Order related talk radio. Alternative News, Current Events, History, Music, and Interviews concerning the topics. Independent Artists. Independent Politics. (William Cooper 7 93 & 2010 Archives)
911 Truth and New World Order related talk radio. Alternative News, Current Events, History, Music, and Interviews concerning the topics. Independent Artists. Independent Politics. (William Cooper 4Jan93 & 2010 Archives)
Today we celebrate the life and legacy of El Hajj Malik El Shabazz with muscian, Steve Wilson, activist and MOVE member Ramona Africa with poet/teacher, Malcolm Shabazz Hoover; filmmaker, writer, educator, Chike Nwoffiah; and professor, historican, Manu Ampim. We feature the music of Soulfege. The event honoring Judi Bari, that Ramona Africa speaks of in her interview is Sunday, May 23, 7 PM at La Peña Cultural Center, 3105 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94705 USA. The event is hosted by Revolutionary Ecology Earth First! and Headwaters Coalition and is free though donations are accepted. It is in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the bomb atack on Earth First! activist Judi Bari with speakers, music & film. Sponsored by Earth First and Headwaters coalition. For more info: 510-548-3113.. We open with music from Meklit & Quinn's Bring it Home to Me and Robert Glasper's Double Booked/Butterfly.
911 Truth and New World Order related talk radio. Alternative News, Current Events, History, Music, and Interviews concerning the topics. Independent Artists. Independent Politics. (Archives from 3/25/10 & 5/10/10)
911 Truth and New World Order related talk radio. Alternative News, Current Events, History, Music, and Interviews concerning the topics. Independent Artists. Independent Politics. (Bill Cooper 5 93 & Crazy Wolf & Knucklebones Simulcast on 9 11 10)
When the Internal Revenue Service sends a "non-profit" or charitable group their letter stating they are a non profit - or charitable, in the eyes of the American citizen, it makes the group appear acceptable and in good standing. Because of this, more people donate to the group and the group in some cases can receive funding through the government.
What happens when the IRS adds its own agenda by approving applications who are of one political persuasion but not the other? Such is the case with the teaparty. There are hundreds of educational 501c3's especially in education that are Communistic in nature. Transformative Studies institute, Social Justice Education, Sustainable Studies to name a few.
Sarah Hall Ingram, who has the title of commissioner,with oversight over tax-exempt groups, moved to the agency’s Affordable Care Act office full time by the end of 2010, six months after the tax agency began selectively scrutinizing conservative groups. According to an inspector general report, a group within the IRS’s Cincinnati office began the practice of scrutinizing tea party applications for 501(c)4 tax-exempt status in July 2010, during Ingram’s tenure over the tax-exempt and government-entities division.
So what gives? Is this the Internal Revenue Service or the Internal Reckless Service?
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Guest: Senator McComish is serving as the Majority Leader in the Senate for the 2013 and 2014 sessions. He will also be serving on the Commerce, Energy and Military Committee, as well as the Rules Committee. McComish’s top priorities are to focus on job creation and the state of the economy.
Senator McComish previously served in the House for three terms, where he was elected Majority Whip for the 2007 and 2008 Sessions and Majority Leader for the 2009 and 2010 Sessions. In the Senate for the 2011 and the 2012 Sessions, he was the Chairman of the Banking and Insurance Committee plus served on the Finance, the Rules, and the Economic Development and Jobs Creation Committees. In May, 2011, Senator McComish was recognized by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce with its inaugural Sentinel Award. The award was for co-sponsoring a number of tax bills that were eventually part of the Arizona Competitiveness Package and also for sponsoring several workers’ compensation bills.
Tracy Walton began his career in music by picking up his first guitar at the age of 10. He quickly realized that his ear bent towards the low end and he switched to bass. His teen years brought a string of punk and hard rock bands, local glory, and a gig teaching at an area music store. The journey to rock and roll stardom has many bumps, and when the only apartment he and his band mates could afford was condemned, he knew he was in serious need of a plan B.
He bought an old plywood and started playing Zeppelin grooves on it to find his bearings. He soon tracked down Dave Santoro Professor at Berklee College of Music for lessons and after a summer of instruction, Tracy accepted a scholarship to study jazz at the Hartford Conservatory.
Tracy soon joined the Eric Miller Trio, a straight ahead jazz group that logged close to 200 shows a year in the mid-nineties. After a few years, what started as a joke of quoting classic rock lines during solos, turned into the formation of the female fronted rock act Missing Slim. It was at this time that he also joined the faculty of The National Guitar Workshop and Kent School.
So having finally found that steady gig to fall back on, Tracy decided in 2010 that it was time to start “Brand New Again” and focus all of his energy on his solo career. And with the release of “If I Ever Get Away”, 2013 is starting out strong featuring the song “Songs for You” which many are calling Tracy’s best song to date and his breakout track.
Join Cubanarama as Tracy talks about his new album and listen to great music!
Mark Gibson comes to us from the Jersey Shore sober since Mar 2010.
Mark's passion for the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous stems from working in the field of addiction as a licensed clinician not being able
To stay sober on self-knowledge and craving a spiritual awakening.
Mark has 2 daughters Noelle and Sierra 19 and 14, currently employed as The Director of Quality Assurance for Serenity Springs
Recovery Center in Edgewater Florida,0. This new intimate licensed treatment facility provides quality treatment and a
Comprehensive 12 step experience as
Outlined in The Big Book
Of Alcoholics Anonymous
Tonight's guest is Matt Stensrud who covers the Vikings for Bleacher Report.
- Chargers shielding Manti Te’o from the media, is this a good idea?
- The Seahawks have had 6 players suspended for PED use since 2010. Are PED's apart of the culture in Seattle?
The Pro Football Podcast Daily airs 5 days a weeks, M-F evenings with host Mike Noto. We will talk all things NFL so be sure to join the conversation by calling in, and asking questions on Twitter @profootballpod and by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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