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I am excited to be back this weekend with a newly formatted Who's to Blame. It will be thirty minutes, so I can fit more Blaming in. But seriously, I will be able to cover more topics.
I am registering as a Democrat, who's to Blame? I will tell you why, Bernie Sanders. I find myself excited about politics again. I will even volunteer some of my time. Listen in.
We had a repeat of Fergurson in a major U.S. City this week. Citizens in Baltimore, held demonstrations to protest the killing of yet another Black male. However, when the media caught on we watched Baltimore burn, or at least a single CVS in Baltimore. A man's spine was inexplicably destroyed, so people started destroying property, who's to Blame?
Issue: I'm over Kanye West. Who's to Blame?
With all the appearances of Yeezy in the news, I am sick of hearing his name. He's rude, a bit crazy, and is THE biggest Kim Kardasian fan. Whack!
Is Kanye to blame? Does he just seek too much exposure?
What about the media? Are they giving him too much exposure? Why?
Is it because consumers love it?
Or is Kanye suffering from mental illness? I am serious. Has anyone checked into that?
Issue: Valentine's Day blows. Who's to Blame?
Another manufactured holiday is upon us. Its time for our significant others to demonstrate their love to us. It is also time to be reminded of it over and over; esecially by people who have something to sell. It may not suck to all, but it is not fun for many.
Do people hate V Day because they are alone? Do only single people hate it?
Are men to Blame because so many fail ladies expectations? Why are ladies expectations so damn high?
Is capitalism to Blame? I've grown to despise Christmas for the same reasons.
Issue: People don't want to immunize their children. Who's to Blame?
Well the measles is back. One kid with measles travels to Disneyland and you have some disasterous diseased results.
Should we Blame Andrew Wakefield the former doctor who conducted the "study" that linked autism to vaccinations?
Although, hip Hollywood starlets such as Jenny McCathry who want to be "natural" have been a big part of the antivaxx campaign.
And why shouldn't we trust our government and doctors (I can barely say that with a straight face)?
Issue: The was a day no one in North Florida could get married. Who's to Blame?
Florida ended its gay marriage ban at midnight on Monday. As a result, some clerks opened up shop early. But fourteen counties, mostly in North Florida were hateful and wouldn't let anyone wed. WTF?
Should the gays be blamed? I mean if they didn't want to get married, then straight people in North Florida would have been able to get married.
What is motivating clerks to deny everyone the right to marriage to prevent gay marriages? Is it religion or do they really just want to wait for the final ruling?
Texas is being terrorized, who's to Blame?
Last week Texas experienced an attack on a Draw Muhammed contest. Who's to Blame?
Was it the contestants fault?
Or can we Blame religion?
Was it the host of the event and their failure to secure the event?
Also last week, Governor Abbott stepped up State security due to fear that the federal government was about to take over Texas. Who's to Blame?
I know, Obama?
Batshit Texans like Ted Cruz?
Join me as I analyze who's to Blame.
Issue: CPAC is like one big conservative satire. I am pretty sure it is not real. Who's to Blame?
Man CPAC always brings the laughs. Conservatives candidates seem to be willing to make fools out of themselves there. This year an idiot speaker told a wife beating joke and another speaker rambled on about beatnicks with STDs being the greatest threat to man kind. And then there's the new shiny 22 year old barbie who is changing the definition of woman.
Is it the speakers and candidates who cannot be taken seriously ?
Or is it the members of CPAC (the people who the candidates perform for) who are really the clowns?
And why do they even do polls; they are the punchline to the this whole comedy?
Let's face it, does anyone take conservatives seriously anymore?
Issue: Black folks are not happy with our people's representation in entertainment. Who's to Blame?
You know what? I realized Black folks are still pretty unhappy with their representation in entertainment. A few weeks ago when the Oscar contenders were announced, people felt Selma star David Oyelowo was snubbed because he didn't get a nomination for best actor. Then in some Facebook blogging I learned that the new Fox show Empire, which has a black cast, is dangerous. Also, I've definitely seen folks call the show Blackish, coonery.
Is it because Blacks are under represented in Television and movies?
Do the networks and powers that be, just have a hard time creating Black characters that meet all Black folks' approval?
But seriously, is it even possible to please all black folks?
Beyond The Music. R&B Royalty, Bunny Debarge Joins The Show To Speak With Sally b. About How To Deal With Music's Triumphs and Tribulations.
The DeBarge family’s triumphs and tribulations traveled from their spectacular rise to the top of R & B music royalty, to their fall from grace and finally to their reemerging careers. In this episode Bunny Debarge offers encouragement and preventive wisdom to today's up and coming artists.
Later in the show Bunny Debarge will join our SINGING FLAT panel to help evaluate talented singers who will be asked to present their a cappella performance. This segment will be full of surprises!
And last but not least, we'll close out the show with a LISTENING PARTY. We will present the music of 4 of the best new UNSIGNED artists in the USA. Fans can tune in and help us decide which of our featured artists is most likely to have a hit song and award winning success in music.
FEATURED UNSIGNED ARTISTS:
Jtwizz - Urban Contemporary
Erikka J. - R&b
Kyle Ahn - Urban Contemporary
Alex Caruso - Pop
Rodney Waller, Co-Founder of VocalzMusic & Publishing & WVMP
Robert Quarles, CEO of Rock Q. Productions Music/Publishing
The WVMP Web Radio Show, "Singing Flat With Sally b" Is Produced by Voice Coach, Sally b. Waller of VocalzMusic & Publishing, VocalzMusic.com
Issue: Blacks probably shouldn't become homeowners. Who's to Blame?
Are Blacks burdened by historical factors, such as decades of discrimination, when it comes to owning a home? I find it no surprise that homes in Black neighborhoods are worth less, cause it's racial!
Are Blacks to Blame for their own home depreciation? Blacks can afford to integrate into more diverse neighborhoods. But the whitest neighborhoods have the greatest value, allegedly.
Should anyone put money into a home? Seriously, is it worth it?
ISSUE: I along with many others no longer trust the State. Who's to Blame?
1. Did I become an anarchist?
2. Is it because WE THE PEOPLE rectally raped innocent people?
3. Is it because our law enforcement can just shoot you dead and say they feared for their life?
4. Is it just part of growing up?
Issue: A rape may have or may not have occured. Who's to Blame?
As you may know Rolling Stones has recently come under fire for writing a story titled a A Rape on Campus. It has come to light that the publication engaged in some shotty journalism. Jackie, a woman highlighted in the story, has recently come under fire for her story. Now we don't know if a rape occured or not, Who's to Blame?
Is the publication to Blame for it's shotty journalism?
Do you victim Blame, because she didn't go through legal channels to prosecute her rape?
Should we Blame the fraternity for casting doubt on her story?
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