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My friend, Vinn Howard Beazell, will talk to us tonight about courthouse burnings and how they relate to Agenda21. Call in at 818.572.2947 at 8pmPST on Thur., June 18. After the civil war, courthouses were burned throughout the South. I used to think that was something the Union Army did as punishment, but it was more than that, or why are old court records still being burned? Old court records in Franklin County, NC were deliberately burned after they were discovered a couple of years ago. There were boxes of historic records that the Historic Society was interested in, but instead, police in Franklin County burned them. Could they have been land deeds that we were NOT allowed to know about? I will see you at NNIA1. Vinn is having computer issues, but our guests speak by phone. If for some reason he cannot make it, you and I will talk about something else, OK?
Mark Spencer is a native of Prince George's County. Mark has practiced law for 26+ years, earning high marks from the county's legal community, neighborhood groups and civic associations for his work as a top litigator in the State's Attorney's office. He currently serves as Inspector General of the Prince George's County Police Department.
In his current role as the Inspector General, he conducts formal, scheduled inspections of all components of the office and ensures agency compliance with rules, policies, and EEO laws. The Inspector General also resolves any complaints of discrimination and harrassment whereever they occur throughout the agency, and ensures that all deputy sheriffs are performing their duties in accordance with the "best practices" of law enforcement.
Also in this conversation is Mr. Bob Ross, President of the Prince George's County NAACP. For more than forty years, Bob has worked as an organizer and advocate in Philadelphia where he was a lobbyist, organization director and he held many positions of increasing responsibilities. He was especially focused leadership development, organization building, contemporary labor and political issues, civil rights and community organizing. A great conversation to listen to.
Jeremy "The Impact" York (@TheImpact99) brings you all things Jacksonville Jaguars of the AFC South! Join him as he goes over some of the bigger recent topics PLUS he welcomes returning Special Guest Jason (@JasonMCaruso) from the Teal Street Hooligans (@TealStHooligans) with a #TailGateReport! DUVAL! It's time to be in the JaguarZone!!!
Tonight author and speaker Daniel Duval will be joining us to talk about dimensions of mind control.
Mind control (also known as brainwashing, coercive persuasion, thought control, or thought reform) refers to a process in which a group or individual systematically uses unethically manipulative methods to persuade others to conform to the wishes of the manipulator(s), often to the detriment of the person being manipulated. While a working definition of Mind Control is relatively easy to derive, the reality of such practices can be hard to accept. Furthermore, the extent to which certain groups have gone to execute mind control against others is easily described as one of the greatest atrocities against humanity in all of history.
Daniel Duval has worked with Russ Dizdar and others to assist the victims of mind control and spiritual attack. Listen as he provides a detailed analysis of his findings.
During this episode, Mr. Duval will detail how mind control has been used as a weapon against us as a spiritual weapon - by whom and for what purpose.
Resource: Website of Dan Duval: www.BrideMovement.com
MONTROSE CHILDREN DAY SCHOOL SENTENCING-WHAT A JOKE, FORMER DELTA COUNTY SHERIFF DRAVECKY-CHARGES BEING FILED? VICTIM BRANDY KASIK WILL BE ON FOR UPDATE, GJ CITY GIVES AWAY ANOTHER 100K-WHAT A JOKE
Waller County Sheriff officials said they believe Bland died in her cell the morning of July 13, from asphyxiation with a trash bag, three days after she was pulled over for not using her turn signal and then arrested for allegedly assaulting an officer.
The Harris County medical examiner ruled her death a suicide. But Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis said the 28-year-old’s death would be treated “just as it would be a murder investigation.”
“There are many questions that are being raised here in Waller County,” Mathis said. “It needs to be a thorough and exhaustive review.”
Most of those questions and conspiracy theories were dispelled on July 28, when prosecutors released video of Bland walking through the jail and posing for her mugshot during the booking process:
Before the video was released, the strongest evidence was Bland’s voicemail to a Texas friend, LeVaughn Mosley, from her cell. In the voicemail posted by WLS-TV, Bland said, “how did switching lanes with no signal turn into all of this?”
In this segment of the Vince Anello show, Niagara County Legislator, Dennis Virtuoso discusses several County issues as they relate to the city of Niagara Falls as well as countywide issues. Legislator Virtuoso represents the 6th Legislative District in Niagara Falls.
The issue of landlords and giving landlords the opportunity and requirement that properties that receive social service subsidies be inspected at least once a year will again be brought to the County Legislature.
The new law giving vendors permission to sell fireworks within the county line on designated dates with a list of acceptable fireworks provided.
Legislator Virtuoso is also the Minority Leader and points out the stress placed on the minority made up of four Democrats In a Legislative body of 15.
Property Rights and Wrongs: African-Americans at the Courthouse with The Legal Genealogist
From being treated as property to having their property stolen by those who used the law against the freedmen, African Americans' experience at the courthouse had only one bright spot: it created records for the genealogist-descendants.
A Certified Genealogist with a law degree, The Legal Genealogist Judy G. Russell examines the interplay between genealogy and the law. She is a lecturer, educator and writer who enjoys helping others understand a variety of issues, ranging from using DNA in family history to the effect the law had on our ancestors’ lives and the records they left behind.
A graduate of George Washington University and Rutgers School of Law-Newark, Judy is a Colorado native with roots deep in the American south on her mother’s side and entirely in Germany on her father’s side. She's a member of the National Genealogical Society, the Association of Professional Genealogists, and, among others, the state genealogical societies of New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia, Texas and Illinois. She has written for the National Genealogical Society Quarterly and the National Genealogical Society Magazine .
Join us on Record Talk Radio on Tuesday, June 30 at 10 a.m. when we'll discuss the news that Bergen County will will create its first-ever Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender advisory committee.
The announcement Monday comes days after a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
Our guests will include Freeholder Tracy Zur, Garden State Equality Executive Director Andrea Bowen and SuSu Stewart, chair of Newark's LGBT commission.
Zur will talk about how how plans for the committee came about. Bowen will offer her statewide perspective on what she calls "the golden age" of LGBT activism" and Stewart will talk about some of the issues Newark's 11-member commission has addressed.
Bergen County would join Jersey City, Essex County and Newark, which have already created LGBT advisory panels.
Tune in to Record Talk Radio at 1:30 p.m. when our next broadcast will feature interviews with Bergen County Executive James Tedesco and Freeholder John Felice.
Both men were interviewed on Wednesday night, shortly after the freeholders adopted a 2015 budget that raised taxes by 4.3 percent.
Tedesco talked about some of the reasons for the increase, including rising debt service and pension costs.
Felice, who served as the board's budget chairman this year, talked about how health care costs might be curbed nextyear.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Tuesday, August 25, the third lecture in the 2015 Enmarket Encourage Health Education Series, “How to Train for a 5K,” will be presented by Chris Ramsey from Fleet Feet Savannah. After the sudden loss of Robert Espinoza, Ramsey will present the lecture in honor of his memory. Ramsey has worked alongside Espinoza for 4 1/2 years.
The Encourage Health grant donation will be presented to the Effingham County Navigator Team, a not-for-profit support group and recreational program for children with special needs and different abilities. The group provides recreational activities such as basketball, baseball, soccer, cornhole and bowling.Founder and President Pauline Shaw talks with Laurie Ross today about the value of this donation.
The Effingham County Navigator Team will also be raising funds on Saturday, August 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the enmarket located at 6188 Highway 21 South in Rincon. During this “Enmarket Dollar Day” there will be opportunities for the Effingham County Navigator Team to receive $1 for every car wash, $1 at their charity table and $1 donations will be accepted at the enmarket cash registers.
This Enmarket Encourage Health presentation will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Auditorium of the Savannah Morning News, located at 1375 Chatham Parkway in Savannah. A healthy lunch will be provided by local business sponsors. Attendance is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required at Healthy Savannah’s website, http://healthysavannah.org/event-signup-how-to-train-for-a-5k/.
more information can be found at: http://www.effinghamcountynavigatorteam.com
On July 13th, 2015, Sandra Bland, a 28 year old Black woman from Naperville, IL, was found dead in a Waller County, Texas, jail cell on July 13, three days after she was arrested for a minor traffic offense. She was in Texas to begin a new job at her alma mater, Prairie View A&M University. The cause of death was listed as "self-inflicted asphyxiation" - suicide - with a noose fashioned from a plastic garbage bag.
Join me with my co-host, educator and civil rights advocate Sharonda Allen, as we discuss the disturbing aspects of this case, how a traffic stop for a minor offense escalated into a major confrontation, incarceration, and the unexplained death of a young woman with so much to live for.
What is it like to be Black in America?
We anticipate a no-holds-barred discussion on the unanswered questions in the Sandra Bland case and the repeated violations of the civil rights of African-Americans at the hands of police, and the callous disregard for Black lives.
CALL US at 516-387-1639 to join the conversation.