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There were a number of issues in the wake of Mark Jackson's dismissal as coach of the Golden State Warriors, but below the surface was a conversation about racial dynamics that few were willing to have. Marcus Thompson, columnist for the San Jose Mercury News, wrote a nuanced column about the subject and we're happy to have him on the Drive & Kick to continue the conversation.
CHANGING PERSPECTIVE CAN CHANGE RESULTS – GREGDOSS.COM
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GRAB YOUR COPY OF “RAW LAW” BY Muhammad Ibn Bashir, Esquire. A wonderful insight into the world of the criminal justice system!
TONIGHT, MONDAY June 30, 2014: COURTROOM PRESENCE AND DEMEANOR PART 2 AND THE OUTCOME OF THE PROCEEDINGS!! JONAH BEY JOINS ME TO RECAP!!!
GREG ALLOWS THE AUDIENCE TO LISTEN TO AUDIO FROM AN ACTUAL COURT APPEARANCE. FROM JUNE 19, 2014. GREG ALLOWS THE AUDIENCE TO HEAR HIM IN COURT AS HE FILES A DEMAND FOR DISMISSAL OF ACTION. FINALLY, GREG GIVES YOU INSIGHT INTO THE OUTCOME AND A POST ACTION ANALYSIS!
Join Carla V., Stephanie J., and Deviant, as we explore the crimes and constant dismissal of the U.S. Constitution, by a deceptive tyrant. We will be discussing his latest decision, concerning the trade of Guantanamo prisoners and exactly who they were traded for. It is always a party on Monday nights on NWO Truth Radio, when the ladies' get together. This is a show that you will not want to miss!! Join us for your daily dose of Truth, and enjoy some REAL news.
All calls are welcome, but please keep it clean and respectful.
Mike Silva and Joe Buono talk about the Rangers winning the Eastern Conference with the "Hockey Maven" Stan Fischler. Matt Ehalt of The Record discusses the wild week for the Mets, Dave Hudgens dismissal and their hitting woes. Hear fan reaction to the Rangers playoff run.
In light of the recent firestorm set off by the dismissal of Prof. Brendan Bain, former head of Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training (CHART), the Yardie Skeptics team will be turning our attention to dissecting the contending issues at play. Was Prof. Bain unfairly dismissed as a result of his honest expert opinion, or did he engage in professional misconduct and rightly deserve the outcome? Do his supporters have a case for arguing a violation of free speech, or is this nothing more than the typical Christian buffoonery? Has UWI acted in defence of academic integrity, or buckled under the pressure of the global "Gaystapo?"
And, where is Prof. Bain in the maelstrom?
If you're a supporter of Prof. Brendan Bain, the Yardie Skeptics team wants to hear from you! Call in this Sunday, May 25th at 12:30pm EDT (11:30am Jamaica time) and share your views live on air during the broadcast. But be prepared for some strident push-back! This is a no-holds-barred discussion, not the "we can't offend our sponsors" style of media you might be familiar with. So you don't want to miss it!
Many Black folk support the decision of the National Basketball Association dismissal of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling—one of their own fellow Plantation Owners—as though it was "our" victory. The move however applauded amounts to damage control & saving the NBA Slavocracy from one reckless Slave Master among 30 of them. Money is their God, lord & saviour & nothing interferes with their worship. The "players" can continue to pick & deliver the cotton, only now under a different plantation "owner."
The Entertainment Broadcast Network brings you another episode of Total Lacrosse with Jonny Vegas!
My guest today is Larry Mackey!
"The Jay-Z dissed lacrosse"
(AllHipHop News) Jay Z might have told an unnamed adversary (read: Drake) that he as playing the wrong sport on DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More" but it may be Jay Z in the wrong arena. Today (April 29th), a spokesperson for Major League Lacrosse has issued a statement against Jay Z's dismissal of lacrosse on DJ Khaled's new single.
In the song "They Don't Love You No More", Jay Z states "boy, you soft as a lacrosse team." In a statement issued to MTV, Major League Lacrosse (MLL) reasons that lacrosse is in fact dangerous as "players are on the field dodging and shooting balls at over 100 miles per hour." After stating that Lacrosse is often called the fastest sport on two feet", the statement reads that Jay Z may be misinformed entirely about the sport:
With that said we don't think Jay-Z knows what he's talking about when he calls Lacrosse 'soft' I can guarantee you it is anything but a 'soft' sport.
The statement then goes on to not only claim Jay Z "would not last one minute" in a lacrosse game but also intimated that they would be willing to test him:
Mr. Carter would not last one minute on a lacrosse field during a match and he is more than welcome to come to any of our games and try.
Tonight on DITC - Donald Sterling's long running racist/insensitive viewpoints get exposed, leading to a lifetime ban by the NBA's Commissioner Adam Silver. We'll cover the evil, awful human that is Donald Sterling, the ban by Silver, and what it means for the Clippers and the NBA going forward. Is the harsh ruling a potential precedent for future insensitivity in the league? How does Sterling's dismissal impact the NBA and ownership in other industries? PLUS we'll cover the NBA playoffs, some wild NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs series including a Ducks improbable comeback on the Stars, the equally improbably series comeback by the Kings vs the Sharks and more. THEN hopefully we hear from "Kevin on the Cape" and Random Questions. Special Tuesday Show.
At-will employment is a term used in U.S. labor law for contractual relationships in which an employee can be dismissed by an employer for any reason (that is, without having to establish "just cause" for termination), and without warning. When an employee is acknowledged as being hired "at will", courts deny the employee any claim for loss resulting from the dismissal. The rule is justified by its proponents on the basis that an employee may be similarly entitled to leave his or her job without reason or warning. In contrast, the practice is seen as unjust by those who view the employment relationship as characterized by inequality of bargaining power. Learn how to leverage “At-Will” employment on this episode of Own Your Career.
Barry Ragsdale who has represented the Alabama Democratic Party and President Obama successfully against several "Birther" lawsuits will return to Reality Check Radio. Most recently Mr. Ragsdale was on the winning side in the McInnish case in the Alabama Supreme Court's 7-2 decsion to uphold the lower court's dismissal of this 2012 ballot challenge.