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Tonight we shall discuss the Ferguson Grand Jury Decision. Why are so many unarmed Asiatics being shot by police officers? Is Officer Wilson the problem, or is this a symptom of a larger issue? What is the solution to "The Negro Problem"? These questions and more will be discussed. We shall also observe four and a half minutes of silence, while on air, in respect of the wishes of the family of Michael Brown. Call us at 646-478-4713 at 6:30pm EST.
Shannon McDermott is the author of the epic fantasy novel The Valley of Decision, as well as the futuristic The Last Heir and the novellas Beauty of the Lilies and Summer Leaves (Sons of Tryas, I and II). She also writes the Christian Holmes series – a collection of detective short stories.
Shannon is a regular contributor at SpeculativeFaith, where she blogs every other Wednesday. You can also find her on Goodreads and Facebook. If you want to know more about her, visit her website at ShannonMcDermott.com.
The Valley of Decision
Where the Black Mountains pierce the sky, they divide the south from the north, Alamir from the kingdom of Belenus. Belenus, the undying master of the north, commanded Keiran - the Captain of the Hosts - to conquer Alamir. But the Captain is deep in conspiracy, and he has his own plans.
The Valley of Decision is a fantasy novel, a saga of slavery, freedom, and choices.
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Radio Talk, November 08, 2014 @ 8 pm Chicago Time
Our ability to make good choices degrades after long periods of thoughtful decision making. Our decision making resources usually get depleted. Our willpower will diminish as we continue to make decisions, even small ones.
So, What can we do to help prevent Decision Fatigue?
Many of the tips on prioritization, timing, and process can help avoid brain fatigue and provide the discipline that might maintain willpower.
For effective decision-making, there is one thing you need to avoid: Decision Fatigue.
Don't let decision fatigue prevent effective decision making.
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J R Thicklin HOST.....Jay Discusses The Ferguson Decision and how it may affect America, violence and The Family.
In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the recent Ferguson decision that did not indict the police officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown. Sacerdotus takes a look at the events, the details and the hearsay and presents different ways at looking at the incident.
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There has been much controversy over the suicide of Brittany Maynard, the 29 year old was diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer and given only 6 months to live.
People have spoken out on both sides of this heated debate.
Is it a sin?
Is it ever permissable to take your own life?
Is this a cowardy act or sheer bravery?
Let's have a talk...
The key to success is to make good decisions. The key to making good decisions is to have experience. The key to getting experience is to make bad decisions...So, with that being said, "Make decisions from the heart and use your head to make it work out"...
Until you are committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, ineffectiveness. It is true: the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves. All sorts of things begin to happen to help you that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from that decision, raising in your favor all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings and material assistance, which you couldn't have dreamt would come your way.
It is said that history turns on small hinges. A human career, too, results from an accumulating series of decisions about large and small matters over a period of years. But the catch is that you can never know when a seemingly small decision may prove to be, from the vantage of later years, the big decision of your life.
The grand jury plays an important role in the criminal process, but not one that involves a findings of guilt or punishment of a party. Instead, a prosecutor will work with a grand jury to decide whether to bring criminal charges or an indictment against a potential defendant - usually reserved for serious felonies. Grand juries are simply meant to determine whether there is enough evidence or probable cause to indict a criminal suspect. A grand jury does not need a unanimous decision from all members to indict, but it does need a supermajority of 2/3 or 3/4 agreement for an indictment. Unlike preliminary hearings, a grand jury proceeding is secret and closed to the public.
The grand jury seated in the Mike Brown case could potentially be the most important grand jury ever seated. Many feel a vote to not indict Officer Darren Wilson could easily set off a revolution in the streets of Ferguson that could spread across the country.
This show will look at the grand jury seated in the Mike Brown case as well as get an update on the Vonderrit Myers case. Our guest will be Jerryl Christmas who is a defense attorney as well as an ex-prosecutor and attorney for the family of Vonderrit Myers.. Join the conversation by calling (347) 850-8390.
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