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Jason and Chris dish out the 2013 stars on the Bullets Blog Walk of Fame in the following categories: Actor, Actress, Musician, Athlete, and Wild Card.
They also talk about the upcoming year for Bullets Blog fantasy sports.
Last year's stars went to Kiefer Sutherland, Leo DiCaprio, Mila Kunis, Scarlett Johansson, RA Dickey, Cole Hamels. Dave Matthews' Band, Taylor Swift, Kate Upton, Big Daddy
Ryan Goodrich is a talented writer who had been writing since he was very young. His soon to be release book "Starved for Bullets" is not only a work of art, but also a powerful message. As a Marine he was exposed to life and death moments that can not be expressed in words, however, his words are a powerful reminder of the things we leave behind when we break out into a war. Ryan's collection of scars, as he put it, is a book worth reading for the powerful message, and the talented display of poems that he manages to string together in a lace filled with pearls of wisdom. You can go to his page and like it, and join the group. He will be giving away a free copy of his book, and he will be writing another one soon.
♥This week we'll take a look at the gritty drama called Bullets. Mark and Hugo get more than they bargined for when after Mark, a bank teller, robs his employer to enter an underground poker game. Hugo's gambling addiction doesn't help the situation and what ensues turns into a dangerous situation.
♥I screened the show during the Hollyweb Festival and thought it was an interesting story, very well written. Join us tonight as we chat with creator and star of Bullets, Ty Leischer.
Artist against Gun Violence
Today, the forces that push for gun control seem to be heavily (though not exclusively) allied with political factions that are committed to dramatic increases in taxation on the middle class. While it would be hyperbole to compare higher taxes on the middle class to the suffering and deprivation of sharecropping or slavery, the analogy of disarming those whom you wish to economically disadvantage, has a certain worrisome validity to it.
Another point to consider is that in the American legal system, certain classifications of governmental discrimination are considered constitutionally suspect, and these "suspect classifications" (usually considered to be race and religion) come to a court hearing under a strong presumption of invalidity. The reason for these "suspect classifications" is because of the long history of governmental discrimination based on these classifications, and because these classifications often impinge on fundamental rights.
In much the same way, gun control has historically been a tool of racism, and associated with racist attitudes about black violence. Similarly, many gun control laws impinge on that most fundamental of rights: self-defense. Racism is so intimately tied to the history of gun control in America that we should regard gun control aimed at law-abiding people as a "suspect idea," and require that the courts use the same demanding standards when reviewing the constitutionality of a gun control law, that they would use with respect to a law that discriminated based on race.
Join hosts Dan Meadows, Gene Boyer and Michele Rahal as we welcome author, outdoorsman and family man, John Annoni, to The Shooting Channel. We will talk with John about his passion towards "making hunting and shooting activities more accessible to youth, and for spreading awareness about the importance of outdoor activities in the lives of children". We will also talk about the Camp Compass Academy, his Two Million Bullets campaign and his book "From The Hood To The Woods".
Dan Meadows is the CEO of TAP3X Group of Companies. He is known as "The Shooting Whisperer" for his abilities to teach and train all shooters on how to "Put It On Target".
Gene Boyer is an Urban Gun Enthusiast, Political Commentator and 2nd Amendment Advocate.
Michele Rahal is the President of The Unplugged Auto Group and The Shooting Channel.
Mike Brown Demonstrators, Tear Gassed, Told Not to protest after sundown in Ferguson Mo. & White Reporters Arrested
Missourians discuss the Gassing of "Mike Brown's Peaceful Protestors", the arrest of the journalists and the Ban on Protest after Sundown. Timothy Gist ( was detained in Ferguson), Preston Washington (A retired African American Kansas City Mo. Officer) Gary Jenkins (Retired White Police officer/ Lawyer ) and Jackie Washington.
Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri moved to restore calm after the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager by a police officer led to several nights of unrest, which were met with tear gas and rubber bullets.
At a news conference, Mr. Nixon said that Captain Johnson an African American of the Missouri State Highway Patrol would take over security responsibilities in Ferguson from the St. Louis County police,
THE RACHEL MADDOW SHOW August 13, 2014
RYAN J. REILLY, THE HUFFINGTON POST: Evidently, I was not moving quickly
enough for their effort them to like. And at which point I was given a
countdown. I was told I had, you know, 45 seconds, 30 seconds to pack up
all my stuff and leave. I was then -- when I -- basically, he then
arrested me. My, you know, the worst part was, he slams my head against the glass purposely
on the way out of the McDonald`s and sarcastically apologized for it.
LIZZ BROWN, ATTORNEY/COLUMNIST, ST. LOUIS AMERICAN:
My sense is that -- well, if we start with talking about just that
direction, that protesters are not supposed to assemble after dark. And it`s baffling because how do the police officers explain
themselves in terms of -- what, you can`t do your job at night? Police
officers can`t work at night?
Join The Gist of Freedom as we talk with Joyce Gaines about her family's legacy, surviving three generations of Race Uprisings;
Black Wall Street (Tulsa Oklahoma), WATTS and Rodney King.
Ferguson Activists set up voter registration tables near a makeshift memorial for Brown and the QuikTrip convenience store that has become a gathering base for protesters. The efforts were organized by local clergy with the help of the Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
Missouri Republican Party executive director Matt Wills called the actions "disgusting" and told Breitbart News the activists are "fanning the political flames."
It's Time To MARCH, all of us, to our Polls and Vote for our Candidates! Mark Your Calendar November 4th is Election Day Take Mike Brown, Eric Garner and Ferguson into your poll booth!
Local resident Debra Reed, who set up a voter registration tent near the memorial, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch they are "trying to make young people understand that this is how to change things."
Demand An Agenda that addresses these issues:
Stop And Frisk, Stand Your Ground, Prison Reform, Police Residency Requirements and School
With the growing conflicts in Ferguson over the death of Michael Brown, as well as the document released this week by the Department of the Army titled “Civil Disturbances,” we will be discussing the growing Police State within America that is starting to resemble Martial Law.
Despite the lack of confirmation of details regarding the death of Michael Brown, we have seen clashes every single night between protesters and police within Ferguson Missouri. We have seen wrong doing on both sides – there have been demonstrators reportedly throwing Molotov cocktails. There has been reports of gunfire coming from the crowd. The police department has deployed tear gas nightly. They have been using LRAD Sound Cannons, shooting flash grenades and rubber bullets and the media. One officer has been caught on video cursing at peaceful demonstrators and threatening to kill them.
We will also be attending the National Day of Rage in Dallas Texas as locals in North Texas gather to show their support for the demonstrators in Ferguson. We will be collecting sound bytes to play during our show as well.
What is becoming of the Land of the Free?
Join us as we discuss Police State America.
Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was killed by a police officer, sparking protests around the nation, was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, a preliminary private autopsy performed on Sunday found.
One of the bullets entered the top of Mr. Brown’s skull, suggesting his head was bent forward when it struck him and caused a fatal injury, according to Dr. Michael M. Baden, the former chief medical examiner for the City of New York, who flew to Missouri on Sunday at the family’s request to conduct the separate autopsy. It was likely the last of bullets to hit him, he said.
Mr. Brown, 18, was also shot four times in the right arm, he said, adding that all the bullets were fired into his front.
The bullets did not appear to have been shot from very close range because no gunpowder was present on his body. However, that determination could change if it turns out that there is gunshot residue on Mr. Brown’s clothing, to which Dr. Baden did not have access.