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  • 02:00

    Corrections Counseling - Overview and Interview with an Ex-Offender

    in Training

    Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session reviews correctional counseling and rehabilitation within the prison system. Correctional counseling is intended to transform a convicted felon, to rehabilitate them, into a responsible and productive member of our society. Those within correctional counseling understand the focus on the profession is on changing individual behavior and this often requires a complex mix of counseling, vocational training, social coaching, and academic enhancement. This session includes the findings of a nationwide survey on state correctional counseling and treatment. Using Albert Robert's work entitled "Correctional Counseling and Treatment" we will take a look at how the staffing patterns across the country, the medical, the mental health, the academic and the vocational training needs of offenders are being handled over twenty different state departments of corrections (DOCs).  "John" joins us as an ex-offender who explains how he got into the prison system, what he did, what counseling did for him, and what his life has been like since his release after 6 1/2 years. 

  • 01:47

    Truth Serum with LONE WOLF

    in Current Events

    ONE YEAR ANNIVERSAY SHOW!


    Tonight’s topics “Run Nigga! Run!” The fleeing felon rule. “The Price Of A Young Black Life.” Chicago D.A. decides not to charge Pig who murdered Ronald Johnson. “The Definition Of Madness.” How blacks mistakenly believe half measures will end police brutality and killings of young blacks. “This Shit Aint Just Started.” Blacks been dying at the hands of Cops for decades. “What About Black On Black Crime? LISTEN UP KNEE-GROWS.” KNEE-GROWS obsessing over black on black crime. “al-Cracker. A Greater Threat To U And Me.” President Obama’s addresses the nation on the ISIS threat after San Bernardino massacre. “Muslim Apologists.” How the Muslims made a mistake in apologizing for the actions of other Muslims. “The Nerve Of DEVILS.” The ongoing self-righteous hypocrisy of Christians in America. “Shit Hitting Home, Now.” How foreign-born Muslims’ apathy of the black struggle is coming back to haunt them. “My Predictions For America.” How the overt America hatred for Muslims will drive blacks to Islam. Ending On A Positive Note.

  • 01:37

    SPENDING AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH JIMMIE LARK

    in Radio

    TONIGHT, 10/21/2015, AT OUR NEW TIME, 9PM EST., ON DELICIOUS TALK RADIO THE SEGMENT BRINGING SEXY BACK, WE WELCOME JIMMIE LARK. JIMMIE, WAS LABELED, A ONE TIME CONVICTED FELON FOR A CRIME HE WAS INNOCENT OF. HE ESCAPED AND WAS ON THE RUN FOR TEN YEARS. HE MADE BIG ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON A JOURNEY TO PROVE HIS INNOCENTS. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION IS ENCOURAGED. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL IN WITH YOUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS # 646-652-2877. YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW.
     

  • 01:01

    Rawls from trouble to success; while Manziel from success to trouble

    in Football

    We will be taking callers all hour long, so listen in live and call (347) 850-8627!  In the news we will give our takes on all the news of the NFL.  We will go through the NFL News and talk about the following:


    No Go, No Johnny No.  Johnny Manziel goes from starter to third string never throwing a pass.


    Thomas Rawls, a felon with a past who is now a budding star in Seattle.


    After the break we will talk FANTASY FOOTBALL and have time for FANTASY QUESTIONS FROM LISTENERS GOING INTO WEEK 12!


    We will also play SHOCK THE JOCK so you can ask us ANY QUESTION, we will pick three questions to answer and Nash or Matt will LIE on one of the answers, if the audience is most correct, we will put out jackpot up for grabs to our email subcribers.  Text 77948 and type the word text and then space, then your message.

  • The Getting It In Show: Felony

    in Radio

    Finding a job with a felony is going to be difficult, so you’re going to have to prepare yourself for a struggle if you have one. Companies that are “felon friendly” are starting to dwindle, and it’s becoming increasingly harder for felons to find jobs. A lot of HR departments and hiring mangers will throw your application out if they see you’ve checked the “Have you ever been convicted” box. Question: Does race play a factor on how a perosn is treated with a felony charge and why does it take 7-10 years for it to disappear from your records? Shouldnt it be a form of discrimination not to hire someone just because they have a felony charge? Tune in to find out

  • 01:53

    NFL Week 7 in Review / This Just In! Steph Curry's Jay is Lethal

    in Sports

    The Cowboys lose again, but this time they do it style! This loss featured Dwayne Harris, a former Cowboy, taking it to the house for the game winning TD and Greg Hardy's dustup with Dez Bryant which took place for all to see. Jerry Jones has maintained his loyalty to the almost felon, despite the malcontent coming from the media and enthusiasts alike. The Redskins also did a number on the Tampa Bay Bucanners on Sunday, coming back from a 24 point deficit and sending Jameis Winston home with a fat "L". Kirk Cousins lives to play another week, while RGIII is forced to wait in the wings for an opportunity that will never come. The NFC EAST may be the NFC LEAST, but it's still entertaining.


    On the hardwood, we have the NBA's Opening Night, complete with up to the minute updates and analysis of Tuesday's action. The Bulls handed Lebron and his Cavaliers a resounding "L", highlighted by Gasol's emphatic block of king James in the closing seconds. And in the West, Steph Curry continues to amaze by dropping 40 on the injury riddled Pelicans. Join us for all the latest action from the NFL and the NBA.  GET INtheZONE! 


     

  • 02:01

    CRLive 10/29: CNBC vs GOP, Google Mind Games, Obama Re-Invades Iraq

    in Politics Conservative

    7 pm EST


    Join host Barry Secrest and exo-government specialist Lee Daniel as they discuss an ever-expanding caseload of governmental oddities, politics, the Supernatural & The New World Order--all from an entertaining, cutting edge, Conservative perspective.


    Listen live and CALL IN to speak to the host and co-host--(347) 996-3923.  Join the conversation!


    Tonight's topics include:



    CNBC's GOP "Gotcha Debate" Establishes Network as "Clearly Nothing But Communists" and Liars (Youtube)
    Mind Control: Google Believes it Can Now Monitor and Even 'Fix' Your Mental Health
    Nasa Captures Stunning Pulsar Photo Dubbed as Outstretched "Hand of God"
    Texas Seventh Grade Teacher Accused of Forcing Students to Deny God or Fail (Youtube)
    US House Initiates Impeachment Proceedings Against IRS Commissioner for Destruction of Documents
    Black Judge Tosses All-White Jury Out of Courtroom Due to "No-Show" Racial Imbalance
    IRS to Use Law Enforcement Stingray Cellular Spying Devices Violating Citizens' 4th Amendment Rights
    US EEOC Sues Business Using Sharia Law: Obama Appointed Judge Awards Muslim Men $ 240,000
    Jihadist Time-Bomb? Obama to Early-Release Convicts as NY Cop Killed by 'Non-Violent' Felon
    Police Pull Over Black Man with Broken Headlight & Concealed Carry Weapon: Guess What Happens Next?


    AND MUCH MORE!

  • 01:58

    Still Loving Men: Are your standards too high to date a Felon?

    in Self Help

    We have heard many women say I don’t have a man because………., and the common denominator in that laundry list of ALONENESS is the issue of many men having one or more felonies, and signignificant time spent in the penitentiary.  According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics the correctional men population in the U.S 1,352 per 100,000 and from 1980 to 2008, the number of people incarcerated in America quadruped from about 500,000 to 2.3 million people.  One in six black men had been incarcerated as of 2001; if this current trend continues, one in three black males born today can expect to spend time in prison during his lifetime.  Meanwhile, one in one hundred African American women are in prison. 
    Some women say it is beneath their standard.  Some say having a felony shouldn’t matter, yet others say it depends on the type of felony.  Other debatable issues include the idea, everyone who goes to jail are not always guilty, and if they are what about his character and his repentance?  What about our ability to forgive to be forgiven? 
    Women who are open to the idea of dating men with a felony and women who marry incarcerated men are labeled as desperate, with self-esteem issues, is this true?  She must believe she can “fix” the man, or she will have no competition from other women because of his circumstances.  In contrast, there’re women who are genuinely accepting and believe in second chances and that true love overpowers all.
    The list continues……., so come get on the couch with 3 Counselors and a Couch on TALK BACK TUESDAYS for more.  Call in/logon, bring a friend, tell your friends, and men and women you just know will benefit from sharing our thoughts, feeling and experiences. Remember, together we can do more than being a part.
    Holla Back on Talk Back with the counselors! 


     

  • 02:00

    The libertarian Perspective on Gun Control

    in Current Events

    On tonight's episode of "The libertarian Perspective" the discussion will revolve around gun control issues with an emphasis on felons, school shootings and gun free zones.  Loki, Brandi and Robert will discuss these three issues. Casey Runyan, the man Alan Colmes outed as a felon, will be one of our guests tonight along with Rick Halle of the Gun Rights Coalition. 


    Listeners can call in to the show at (347) 850-1243 to offer their opinions.  So tune in and be part of the discussion tonight at 9:00 p.m. Eastern / 6:00 p.m. Pacific. 

  • 01:01

    When Drug Addiction Blows Up Your Sisters House w/ Jenny Reese Clark on Speak UP

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott discusses kicking the drug addiction with author Jenny Reese Clark.


    Jenny Reese Clark is a living testimony of what true faith in Jesus Christ can bring.  As a multiple felon of various drug charges, including Unlawful Manufacturing of Methamphetamines, Jenny is no stranger to breaking the rules and suffering the consequences.


    In April of 2010, Jenny’s life hit an all-time low as she turned her back on the home burning behind her. As a result of a chemical interaction, the clandestine laboratory that she brought secretly into her sister’s home, exploded. As she took off, shoeless, she ran as far as she could to escape the consequences. With her sister’s pet dead inside and her relationships destroyed through her own betrayals, Jenny woke up as a Jane Doe on a ventilator in an ICU twenty-four hours later—knowing there was no way to come back from such destruction.


    It wasn’t until Jenny went to prison on a fifteen year sentence and lost every relationship, possession, and privilege she ever had that she began to honestly understand her true need and dependency upon the Lord. She returned to her roots and picked up her biblical studies, this time clinging to every word … knowing it meant her life or death.


    In her book, Field of Influence, you will see this passion unfold. It’s an extremely insightful look into the forbidden realm of drug addiction.

  • 01:07

    Drug Addict to Christ Follower with Jenny Reese Clark on CD Speak UP!

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott discusses kicking the drug addiction with author Jenny Reese Clark.


    Jenny Reese Clark is a living testimony of what true faith in Jesus Christ can bring.  As a multiple felon of various drug charges, including Unlawful Manufacturing of Methamphetamines, Jenny is no stranger to breaking the rules and suffering the consequences.


    In April of 2010, Jenny’s life hit an all-time low as she turned her back on the home burning behind her. As a result of a chemical interaction, the clandestine laboratory that she brought secretly into her sister’s home, exploded. As she took off, shoeless, she ran as far as she could to escape the consequences. With her sister’s pet dead inside and her relationships destroyed through her own betrayals, Jenny woke up as a Jane Doe on a ventilator in an ICU twenty-four hours later—knowing there was no way to come back from such destruction.


    It wasn’t until Jenny went to prison on a fifteen year sentence and lost every relationship, possession, and privilege she ever had that she began to honestly understand her true need and dependency upon the Lord. She returned to her roots and picked up her biblical studies, this time clinging to every word … knowing it meant her life or death.


    In her book, Field of Influence, you will see this passion unfold. It’s an extremely insightful look into the forbidden realm of drug addiction.