SORT BY Relevancy
In late August of 2015 in Dover Delaware a 21 year old man, Terrence Fletcher wanted for failure to appear on drug charges ran from police and was shot, reportedly without challenge or warning. The shooting may have been justified. Dover Police handling of the aftermath raises serious issues.
Then another Dover man, Mr. Kemp reportedly shot an AK type semi-auto rifle into the air running from the road to his house, allegedly threatened police and his family creating a standoff. Police also told the press that Mr. Kemp was seen outside his home with the weapon and initially refused to drop it, after further discussion put his rifle down but would not comply and had to be taken into custody by using a taser.
Following the Kemp incident, a horrific video recorded the fatal shooting of a wheelchair bound man Wilmington Delaware. Blog page can be seen at http://troubleindover.blogspot.com/2015/09/in-delaware-they-shoot-negroes.html . These events amount to throwing gasoline on what some would call Delaware burning.
On August 28 in Dover Delaware, Capitol of Vice President Biden's home state a man was shot while evading police and charged with 'gun' offenses, then confessed within fairly short time. While the shooting of the fleeing felon may certainly have been justified the Dover Police Department's actions, along with elected official's statements to the media raise serious concerns. Police never looked for a weapon until public relations and senior officers arrrived at the scene. A video shows that a warrant for Fletcher's arrest may contain false and/or misleading information in support of probable cause.
On September 23, 2015 Jeremy Bam Mcdole was shot and killed by Police in Wilmington. Mcdole, confined to a wheelchair for ten years was shot almost immedately upon contact according to a video recorded at the scene and was shot dead within one minute of the first blast without ever having displayed a weapon.
Between these events, a Dover man - one Mr. Kemp was allegedly seen running from the middle of the road into his home by police and reportedly fired his semi-automatic military style rifle into the air, caused a standoff, refused to drop his rifle when confronted, then after dropping his rifle refused to comply with officers and was tazed. Mr. Kemp is a white male, Fletcher and the late Mr. Mcdole are black.
In Delaware, they shoot negroes. http://troubleindover.blogspot.com/2015/09/in-delaware-they-shoot-negroes.html
October 9 @ 9:00 AM (A special broadcast)
Guest: A. Richard Heffron, President Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.
Subject: Delaware State moving into the Future.
Richard Heffron heads up the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and is passionate about the key issues that affect his state, the business community he supports and the communities affected by business relationships. A graduate of Widener University School of Law and Temple University.
As Delaware is at the nexus point of international trade and development his agency is at the helm of creating synergies among all forms of businesses and across all industry sectors seeking to build relationships in the United States and overseas.
Through creative programs, legislative advocacy promoting opportunities through effective communications and the use of social media, the chambers members benefit from unique positioning and technical support. The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce is continually creating new opportunities, forging diverse relationships and providing an enriched environment for businesses and communities to grow.
Richard Heffron can be reached at (302) 576-6563& email@example.com http://www.dscc.com
Join Ronald and Richard Heffron on date October 13 at 7:00 PM to position your company in forging unrecognized relationships to move into the future.
RASHEED BAILEY, DELAWARE VALLEY, WR
NFL DRAFT PROSPECT
Delaware Valley receiver Rasheed Bailey is the true definition of a small-school NFL Draft Prospect. Standing at 6’2 and 205-pounds he led the team with 80 catches, for a incredible 1,707 yards and 19 touchdowns. Not many times is a D3 prospect considered such a legit NFL prospect.
In 2013, he started all 11 games and earned a spot on the all-MAC first team and led the Aggies with 51 catches for 977 yards and eight touchdowns. He shattered those numbers in 2014 and once again earned the 2014 All-Middle Atlantic Football Team and named MAC Offensive Player of the Year.
On tonight's 19th Episode of " Inside the War Room" we will be joined by special guest Rasheed Bailey, WR of Delaware Valley College. Bailey is talented and well rounded who has been very producitve over his college career season. He was accounted for 1,707 yards and 19 touchdowns in 11 games in his final year. Bailey has great size at 6'2 220. He is a vocal leader in the locker room and brings the best out in his teammates.
2014 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III South Football Offensive Player of the Year,
Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Offensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference,
D3football.com First Team All-American, American Football Coaches Association’s (AFCA)
Division III Coaches’ All-America Team,
AP First Team Little All-America Squad,
Maxwell Football Club Tri-State Player of the Year
Follow his journey to the NFL on twitter: @ShowTimeSheed
If you missed any interview in the past check out:
I heard about this some time ago, and promised to investiage, so I am extremely pleased to bring before the Critical Discourse family, Dr. / Professor Jahi Issa, who has put himself on the line, to report and expose not only these dastardly acts, but what appears to be a whitewashing and coverup by the Attorney General of Delaware, Beau Biden. That's right, the son of Vice-President Joe Biden.
We will speak candidly with Dr. Issa at 7:30 AM, but before the, we will cover issues that are of importance to our community.
So, before Dr. Issa comes on, we will discuss the recent measles scare and what appears to be intrusion and cohersion on the part of government, to force vaccinations on our children,
Also, if time permits, we will speak to the controversial statements made by Barack Obama at the Prayer Breakfast.
As usual, this should be a worthwhile show, so tell your friends and neighbors to tune in to Critical Discourse.
in Self Help
Do you want to know what it takes to have a career in or own a nightclub/event venue? Join us live on Monday 6/29 at 8:00 p.m. ET to find out from CEO and President of 4nario Group, Gregg Fornario. We will be broadcasting live from Delaware Live Nightclub. Learn from an industry expert who has hosted many big events.
NAWB welcomed the Honorable Governor Jack Markell, of the State of Delaware, to the NAWB Forum stage on Monday, March 30, 2015. After the general session, Governor Markell joined NAWB CEO Ron Painter for a listening session on the innovative ways that Delaware is addressing industry needs, providing opportunities for youth, and helping workers with disabilities and other barriers find meaningful employment.
How about a GREAT "Shout Out" for these Community Gardens:
1) Westport, Connecticut
Westport Community Garden
2) Norway, Maine
Alan Day Community Garden
The Delaware Center for Horticulture
4) Louisville, Kentucky
Blackacre's Community Garden of the Blackacre Conservancy
5) New York City
New York City Community Garden Coalition
Congrats! to all these Groups and what they have done in sustaining, creating, and education to folks about Community Gardens.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
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