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Join us as UWF Hall of Famer, Felony Foxx takes Off the Rails Radio hostage!!!! She is upset the Scott Diamond has broken her record of most listened to interview on Off the Rails Radio. We are going to discuss the UWF Hall of Fame Show at length amoung other things. Join us LIVE Monday Night at 9PM
Join us in our chat with Donny R McCuien, author of "Who Said A Felony Would Control Your Destiny". Don't miss this Informative, inspirational, motivational, transparent and empowering conversation. Hear his compelling story after discovering true freedom for the first time while behind bars. McCuien believes that there is no system or prognosis that has the power to curse whom God has blessed. Hear a true story of overcoming faith and redemption and living his best life after being charged with a felony..
Die4 Productions & The Hype Magazine Present Die4 Radio. Join Diar Lansky, Madd Phour & Sneek Rothstein & The Die4 Crew as they interview the Best that has ever have done it past and present. Die4 Radio always playing the Best Hip Hop from East To West. For great conversation and a glimpse of True School Hip Hop at it's best, Tune In. Call in at 646-200-4945 Press 1 to speak with host. Tonights Special Guest is West Coast Veteran Jayo Felony.
The Newest edition to the Die4 radio team. Tune in every Saturday and rock out with Sneek Rothstein. You never know whos gonna be in the building.
February 6th, 2014 - Call in (347) 884-9479 and join us at 7pm est as we begin our 'Salute To Women's Wrestling' by welcoming Vicious Vixens IV Founder/wrestler Felony Foxx and independent wrestling phenom, "Amazing" Maria James! Felony will give us all the updates on the UWF's upcoming all-female Vicious Vixens IV event, and Maria will be sharing her truly inspirational comeback story with us after rehabbing a devastating ACL injury! We will also recap the NFL Super Bowl, discuss the upcoming comic conventions, and we will have the return of our Walking Dead Zone! 2014 is the "Year Of The CAC Show!
Black's Law Dictionary defines "Expungement of record" as the "Process by which record of criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed from the state or Federal repository." This podcast with James Doerr of Lavelle Law will be to provide the listener with a brief overview of the expungement process in Cook County. We will cover the legal benefits of expungement, the cases that are eligible to be expunged, the legal standards the presiding judge will use in deciding whether or not to grant the petition, the discretion the judge has in this process, the treatment of felony versus misdemeanor cases, and the general filing process that must be followed in the filing of these petitions with the Circuit Clerk of Cook County.
UWF Vixxens promoter Felony Fox joins Stevie on this week's edition of Da Lounge. Felony made Stevie an honorary vixxen and has been vital to helping Stevie acheive several of her goals in wrestling. We'll also be only 5 days away from the biggest night of Stevie's career as she is set to wrestle Von Hess in a WWW World title match. All eyes will be on SCW as Stevie attempts to make history by being the first person in her condition to win a championship never held by a woman before. It should be an action packed edition of Da Lounge.
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Faint sounds coming from the Sound Gimp's closet as the Nurse wonders whether her bra needs to match her panties for a day in court. Always the fashion star, Miss Furr steps in looking vivacious to induct the latest Concrete Carpet as the Lab menacingly tinkers with a new electroshock device.
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Rev. Glencie Rhedrick is joined by Kristin Cabral on Women: Change Agents.
Kristin Cabral joined the PDA national board in 2013; she is an attorney-activist in Virginia. She has fought for voting rights and fair elections, including seeking to enfranchise people with past felony convictions and helping the Democratic Party with its election protection program in a state of often close elections. She was the Democrat for the U.S. House in 2012 in the swing DC suburbs of Virginia, doing unexpectedly well against an entrenched Republican incumbent on barely any time or money but with an intense field campaign that engaged the grassroots. Kristin, one of the first girls to desegregate Little League in 1974, is a lifetime advocate for women's equality, working with a number of organizations like NOW -VA, and she is from a union family and a supporter of workers. She is one of the first graduates of Head Start and put herself through college (Michigan) and law school (Harvard). Her concerns include the need for a working families agenda which pays heed to childcare issues and student loan debt -- both of which she herself has experienced.
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