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Taxes are ridiculous, we have laid off troops in the field, and the whole world is going to hell in a hand basket. That’s just a few of the problems we face in this country, all while our President is either out spending millions of taxpayer dollars to attend fund raisers for the democratic party, or golfing. The world has stopped looking to the U.S. leadership and Putin is running amok. There just is not enough time to discuss all the moves that this president has made to achieve his goal to fundamentally change America, from a free market-driven society, to a socialist government driven society, where business and personal successes are punished for making profits. What do you think? Join Jimmy and Bernie Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 7:00PM EDT 6:00PM CDT for the next edition of Let’s Talk Justice America, on the Blog Talk Radio Network.
Liberals are afraid of black conservatives. Black conservatives mean the end to their rhetoric and threaten to shatter the chains of dependency. Harriet Tubman said, “I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more; if only they knew they were slaves.” If only Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman were here now to stand with Allen West, Carson , Sowell , Mia Love, Brenda Jordan and many more...
In comparison, modern black “leaders” like Jesse Jackson Jr. and Al Sharpton are tiny and self-serving. They don’t serve black Americans or champion freedom and liberty for all. They champion liberal politics and ideology, and that’s odd; liberals want to see blacks tucked neatly into the roles of their design.
There has been much written about the racial rhetoric that has permeated political discourse since President Obama took office, and the media often highlights the racially inflammatory language used by some of his opponents. But racially charged language targeting black Republicans rarely receives much coverage, further fueling conservative suspicion of the mainstream media.
Yet, neither Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, nor the liberal elites who prop them up represent the true values of the black community. Most black folks oppose abortion, support traditional marriage and favor school choice. Black leaders ignore these facts and dance to the tune of their liberal benefactors. My convictions come from my proud black father who took me out of foster care, raised me as a single Dad and never took a dime of government assistance. They come from my church upbringing which taught me to trust God, not government. Black conservatives want to break the cycle of poverty in the black community, not use it to perpetuate the grievance industry. Who are the real sell-outs? Who are the real racists?"
In today's podcast our host and international trainer Chad Schapiro covers 7 Leadership keys! These keys are essential for our growth as a leader and crucial to unlocking our fullest potential.
7 LEADERSHIP KEYS:
Let go of your ego.
Be a good follower.
Build positive relationships.
Work with excellence.
Rely on discipline not emotion.
Focus on adding value.
Give power away.
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Join the crew of the Pajama Party for lively, adult conversation, commentary, movie and TV reviews and lots of fun! We keep it real all the time, and remember, PJ's only - no clothes allowed!
We're talking about the latest political news, including the good, bad and the ugly, and what's hot in Hollywood. We'll be all the way live, so you don't want to miss this 90 minute show!
DC Homegrown Entertainment just wrapped up shooting an original video short entitled "Sister, Sister, Sister" in Los Angeles last week so we'll tell you all about that exciting project.
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With 15 years of experience in business and education, Jeffrey Darville is an engaging and insightful business management and marketing instructor at La Roche College and Butler County Community College. As an MSOL alumnus, he brings expertise in relationship management, strategic thinking and planning, and effective decision making to both his classroom and his professional consulting practice. Jeff's steadfast commitment to effective leadership is also evident through his dissertation work as a Ph.D. candidate in Organization Learning and Leadership. In this show, John will discuss Jeff's work in higher education and with major organizations such as Verizon and Sony, and how MSOL has impacted his extraordinary journey.
Special Guest Robert Smith Jr. - Florida History and the 2014 Florida Primaries
August 26tth - Florida Primaries
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FLORIDA OF THE CONQUISTADOR http://floridahistory.org/conquistador.htm
MONARCHY AND MERCANTILISM IN FLORIDA
Unknown to the Indians of Florida, their destiny was being determined by political and economic forces taking place across the Atlantic Ocean in Europe. At the end of the fifteenth century, thousands of daring adventurers would be crossing the ocean to conquer within a few centuries what had taken the Indians thousands to years to inhabit.
The conquistadors of Spain who ventured into the lands of the Indians were motivated by many forces. The discovery of gold in Mexico and Peru convinced thousands of impoverished Spanish peasants to join the military. Men fropm wealthy families also joined the cause of exploring the New World. Under the rules of primogeniture, younger sons of the nobility would not inherit much of the family estate, but leading a successful colonial mission could give you the funds to build a castle.
PONCE de LEON - MAN OF MANY MYTHS
JUAN PONCE DE LEON who is acknowledged as the discoverer of Florida. Since there existed two ancient maps showing the southern helf of Florida which predate Ponce de Leon's trip to Florida, he did not discover Florida but verified it was part of North America.
The grandson of a famous war hero, Ponce de Leon was trained to be a soldier and public servant. This indicates he was not a man of wealth despite the notability of his family background.
1783 Florida returned to Spain in exchange for Bahamas and Gibraltar
1821 United States acquired Florida from Spain by treaty
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