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This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on science, the field of genetics and the current dilemma regarding its ethics and limitations. Has the time come when parents will be able to pick and choose the characteristics of our yet-to-be-born babies? Do such modern scientific advancements represent progress or a threat to humanity? Are we playing God?
Joining us to sort out some of these challenging questions is Enola Aird, an activist mother and founding director of Mothers for a Human Future; Dr. Keith Crawford, a physician-scientist and Chief Medical Officer at Parcell Laboratories; and Dr. Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director of the Center for Genetics and Society. Together we will discuss just how far our science has gone and should go, as well as the implications for society and for our very humanity itself.
It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson...pull up a chair.
Hosted by dark-skinned free-thinker Vincent E Brown, this show discusses a myriad of issues from the political, moral, and religious. Of course, every now and then a bit of controversy is liable to show up at any time, so tune in and listen to a host who is black, Christian, and conservative.
Today, I will discuss the developments going on in Ferguson, MO over the incident involving the shooting of a black teen by a white police officer. Are we too eager to rush to judgment?
Join SC host Ron Jackson & co-hosts Aira & Mike as they chat it up with renowned guitarist/producer/composer Paul Brown about his new release Truth B Told. In addition to jamming to some of the hot tracks that will be offered, listeners with questions or comments for Paul can call in on 858-777-8436. Hope to "see" you there!
Sunday, August 17th, my guest is author Tiana Nicole. Tiana will be chatting with me about her book, Deceitful Temptations. This book is an Amazon best seller and the storyline is very compelling !
About the book:
Lord, please forgive me, I prayed silently and placed one of the heavy towels over the baby's face to stop it from breathing. It didn't take too much of an effort, because in a matter of seconds , the baby was lifeless again. I sat numb as I cried aloud, in total shock because I didn't have any signs of pregnancy, and still having periods. I didn't understand how I did not know a life was growing inside of me. I should have told my story to that TV show ‘I didn't know I was pregnant’.
I gathered myself and began to clean the blood from the hardwood floor, placed the baby in the bag, and sat there shocked,guilty, and confused until the sunlight of a new day crept through my living room window. I finally got the courage to get up and clean myself up. I decided to catch the ferry over to the Jersey City boardwalk. I discreetly placed a few bricks from the boardwalk deck into the garbage bag, then grabbed a bite to eat. I re-boarded the ferry back to the city, I made sure no one was watching, then dumped the garbage bag over the side of the ferry into the water , and watched as one of my many secrets sunk deep down to bottom .
About the author:
Author Tiana Nicole was born in Chicago, Illinois where she was raised by her great grandmother Lillian E. Hudson. She attended the College of Technology where she earned her degree in Computer System Technology.
After discovering that she had the talents of a jack of all trades she went on to earn a Bachelors degree in Psychology, and also a Masters degree in Business Management.
When actress and comedian Cocoa Brown takes the stage, the world stands still.
Brown is undeniably one of the most talented comics and performers of this generation.
The Newport News, Virginia native, born Farah Brown, assails her craft with such
passion and soul-searching veracity, when she claims a stage the ensuing act is nothing
short of a force of a nature. Cocoa Brown audaciously draws from painful reminiscences
and hard-knocked lessons, bravely weaving humorous tales that uplift, upend, and
upgrade everything you thought you knew about comedy. What drives the comic who
female fans nationwide have nicknamed the “The Truth”? The sheer will of a woman
who survived the worst life had to offer and is still standing.
Join us today as we look at the developing events in Ferguson, Missouri. We also look for answers to the following questions:
Is city of Ferguson conducting itself in a manner that will get the best results?
Are the Ferguson Police being transparent?
Does the law favor Mike Brown or Police Officer Darren Wilson?
If the crime was relevant, why is Dorian Johnson not being charged?
Where are the 911 tapes?
What is holding up the autopsy?
Why was the robbery video released at the time when they released the officer’s name?
These are a few of the questions we take a look at today. We also, discuss the Louisville Purge, Rick Perry, Chuck Todd and much, much, more!
To join the conversation, the number to call is 323-580-5712
On this episode of the ::ANSWERS:: show, we sit down with Michelle Whitfield, AJ Miller and Joe Paul as we discuss the devastating events and overwhelming amount of police presence and force occurring in Ferguson, Missouri after the execution of Mike Brown, an unarmed teenager, by Darren Wilson, a Ferguson police officer.
Eye-witness reports say that Mike Brown was pleading for his life before the officer shot Brown six times, twice in his head in broad daylight and left him in the middle of the street for more than 4 hours. Our conversation surrounds race relations in America, the tragic senseless hunting and killing of black men, what we can do as a society and helping America shine a brighter light on institutionalized racism.
The time for a change is long overdue. We will discuss how we can get there.
Thank you for tuning in.
The ::ANSWERS:: Team
Join us as we welcome Florida Bigfoot researcher Stacy Brown Jr. Stacy will be speaking at the first annual Skunk Ape Conference in September so we will be talking to him about that. As well as what he has been up to with his research and what he has planned for the future.
Join me as I welcome the incredible Sandra Brown to the show to discuss her newest release, MEAN STREAK (2014).
Sandra Brown is the author of sixty-three New York Times bestsellers, including DEADLINE (2013), LOW PRESSURE (2012), LETHAL(2011), TOUGH CUSTOMER (2010), SMASH CUT (2009), SMOKE SCREEN (2008), PLAY DIRTY (2007), RICOCHET (2006),CHILL FACTOR (2005), and WHITE HOT (2004).
Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy novels, bringing the number of copies of her books in print worldwide to upwards of eighty million. Her work has been translated into thirty-four languages.
A lifelong Texan, Sandra Brown was born in Waco, grew up in Fort Worth and attended Texas Christian University, majoring in English.
She is much in demand as a speaker and guest television hostess. Her episode on truTV’s Murder by the Book premiered the series in 2008. She appeared in 2010 on Investigation Discovery’s new series, Hardcover Mysteries.
In 2009 Brown detoured from her thrillers to write Rainwater, a much acclaimed, powerfully moving story about honor and sacrifice during the Great Depression.
Brown holds an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Texas Christian University where she and her husband Michael Brown, have instituted the ELF, a scholarship annually awarded to a student pursuing a fiction writing career. In 2008, she was named Thriller Master, the top award given by the International Thriller Writer’s Association. Other awards and commendations include the 2007 Texas Medal of Arts Award for Literature and the Romance Writers of America’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2011 she and four colleagues went on a week-long USO tour to Afghanistan, meeting with service members on numerous bases.
Sandra is the past president of the Mystery Writers of America in 2012. She lives in Arlington, Texas, with her husband, Michael Brown.
There have been several police involved indicents that have taken place recently that has called into question if the police performing a public service. It is a little known fact that the police are not here to stop crimes even though when the situation calls for it law enforcement will lay down their lives for the public. There are few times I believe where the people who police detain, question, or interrogate are innocent. The Michael Brown situation is tragic but he was not as innocent as everybody was trying to protray. Let's discuss this case along with others to get a true prospective of why they end the way they do. Obamacare Chief order emails to be destroyed, Company builds hamburger machine, Gilbert Arenas comments on Al Sharpton
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