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On this show we're gonna talk about the security of the southern border, the brutality of the drug cartels and some other shit. During the after show transmission on 4 Sep, we held a caller over and he told us a story that our listeners need to hear. Why are we not stepping up security at the border ahead of the 9/11 and Benghazi anniversaries? Checkout the Bead Window Radio Facebook page for related articles and videos.
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Please join Ruthie this week Feb 6th, 2013 8 pm CST for The Ruthie Report with Guest: Rusty Fleming
We must educate our Kids - the dangers they face - Cartels are Recruiting Our Children.
Rusty will also share with us updates from the border, gang wars, increase or decrease in Texas with illegal entry and more.
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New Film Educates Students About Cartel RecruitingBy: Grace WhiteFollow Grace on Twitter @Grace__White & on Facebook Cartels recruiting our kids.
Law enforcement officials say it's happening in schools across our area and this month a new film is launching to educate students about the problem.It's fast-paced, full of action and based on actual events."This is something that catches your eye," said Benita Doyal, a student actorIt's a
Once again, Missouri lawmakers have introduced legislation to join other states in forcing pharmacists to collect a huge database of presecription drug fills and refills. Is this a good idea? Will it help eliminate prescription drug abuse? Is the invasion of your privacy worth the tradeoff?
Tonight; Dave and Mike Slack will talk with Tom Martz of Locke & Smith about this prefiled bill. Join us at 7PM Missouri time. Do you have an opinion? Call and participate on the studio line at 347-677-1835.
Bill and Rick explore employer-employee concerns over the implementation of drug testing and when physical exams are required in the workplace. Learn when and how they are proper in terms of being both statutorily compliant and constitutionally allowed. The interaction between the imposition of exams and testing with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California privacy rights is explored in conjunction with the proper procedures required to allow testing and exams to take place.
Awareness Night on GrindHard Radio Hosted by: Virginia "SuperNova" Slim & Jit Chronicles and Co-Hosts JustKP and Cata' Mafioso. Join us as we raise awareness for "Drug Abuse" and ways to prevent it. Join the discussion by Calling In at 323-693-3043 and press "1" to stream live with the panel of hosts. Random calls will be taken and music will be played.
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SHOW TOPIC: What is the definition of a Drug and Alcohol Addict? We discuss how the definition and or the interpretation thereof impacts whether or not a person seeks treatment, or is advised to seek treatment by family and friends. We will also discuss the treatment community dogma of "Once an Addict, Always an Addict". Is this true? Is there a time when this is no longer applicable?
SHOW SEGMENTS: Recap, Story Time, Inside the News, Topic of the Week, Recovery Support Time
Enrique Morones, founder of the Border Angels http://borderangels.org/ will discuss how America's financial, military, trade, drug policies affect immigration. We will explore the influence of the banking cartels and how they destroy the lively hoods of millions of people. We will discuss the recent efforts of President Obama to reform immigration and the Republican response. We will explore the plight of immigrants crossing the border, their journeys, why they come and what happens to them when they arrive in the United States.
IF THEY GONE DO THAT THEY SHOULD TEST EVERYONE WHO WORK FOR THE STATE & THE FREDERAL WHY TEST ONLY PEOPLE WHO ARE ON WALFAIR. THEY TRYING TO MAKE SURE THEY NOT ON DRUGS IF THEY ARE THE LOOSE THEIR BENEFITS IS IT BECAUSE THEY LIVE IN THE HOOD? WHAT ABOUT THE BABIES THEY HAVE TO SUFFER?
Join us as we discuss the perception of drug dealers in American and other countries, reason for drug dealing, and how it impacts the family and community October 9 at 6:30pm on SIRA Media Radio
Date rape is a very common and very serious concern across college campuses everywhere. Four undergrad students have recently developed a date rape drug detecting nail polish called Undercover Colors. How will this change things across college campuses? Are female students willing to put their French manicures and array of Essie nail polish colors aside to take advantage of this new discovery? Temple University's Wellness Resource Center Program Coordinator for Alcohol and Other Drugs, Interpersonal Violence, and Mental Health, Kate Schaeffer will join me to discuss date rape on college campuses and how this new nail polish might impact the social scene.
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