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We discuss a very hot topic, Guns! Guns and gun control. We will also Dicuss Wisconsin Governor Walker and his Casino veto. And why do black liberals hate black conservatives. A quick review of the state of the Union Address and the Milwaukee Streetcar fight!
Tonight, on 'The Boiler Room,' we'll take a look at the arts within the community. Whether they're musicians, painters, writers, or any other form of art: why are artists regarded on a lower status than the engineer, lawyer, or doctor? Then, guns: although many support the right to have them, what would be the limits? Should children be exposed to them? What's the best way to handle them safely? Forat Kuza, instructor of Action Impact Firearms and Training Center, will be live to discuss the good and the bad in regards to guns and gun safety. Then, politicians within the community are scarce: but should we support a Chaldean politician even if
we don't agree with their views? Tune in tonight at 8PM. Call in at 347-857-3847 with questions or comments!
Christians and Guns: Sin or not?
Is it sinful for a Believer in Christ to own firearms? Is the right to keep and bear arms a God-given right? Does keeping a firearm for self-defense mean that you don't trust God for your protection? If someone threatens you or your family with grave bodily harm or death, is it sin to use a gun in defense? If you kill in self-defense, is that murder? Does "turn the other cheek" mean you should allow yourself or someone in your family to be gravely injured or killed? Join us every Sunday at 10am EST on Real Talk Radio! Call 661.449.9951 to listen live or press one to comment live.
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Some people say that there is no reason to ever own a handgun. Others say that handguns are necessary to protect yourself from criminals that own handguns. It seems that much of the controversy is centered around handguns but not rifles but is that the way that it always was?
This week we will have Brother Mac of The Legacy of a Nation Show as our guest. Brother Mac is a former Green Beret of the U.S. Army and an Army medic.
We will discuss some of the ways that guns have affected our society from a Black perspective and how it came to be that crimes with guns in Black neighborhoods have become the focal point for gun control.
Do we deserve to be targeted? Should we be held responsible for most of the gun laws that have been implemented by legislation?
Are penalties for gun crimes more harsh for Blacks than they are for other ethnic groups?
What about spree killings and mass murders? How do we fare with those crimes compared to other ethnic groups?
Are you afraid of guns and should you be?
What should be the factors that would influence a person to purchase a gun?
Who is able to purchase and own guns?
Are guns the best means for the protection of your family? What are some other options?
What would this world be like if there were no more guns? What was it like before there were guns?
Be sure to check this show out as we discuss these things as well as many other issues concerning how to protect ourselves whether it's by guns or not.
Today if you want to empower a woman, put a gun in her hand. The confidence from learning to shoot a firearm is far superior to anything one could ever imagine and it’s genuinely better than any gender studies course taught on college campuses today.
A gun in a woman’s hand is her best chance of survival. Despite government attempts to institute greater gun control on American citizens we’ve seen a dramatic increase in gun ownership, especially among women… women who have taken it upon themselves to rely upon no one but themselves.
A team of acclaimed filmmakers are producing a movie with Regis Giles, who has the website of the same title. Girls Just Wanna Have Guns will be a 90-minute documentary motion picture, intended for all audiences that will serve as a wake-up call to all Americans.
Tags: Regis Giles, guns, 2d Amendment, Girls Just Wanna Have Guns, Obama, war on women, self defense, gun control
Tonight we discuss four major issues that always seem to cause heated debate in our country. Guns, Gods, Racism, and Government! The fact is all four of these subjects seem to almost always tie in to one another and Wake Up To The Truth Radio is going to put it all out on the table tonight! You may not like what we have to say but that is why we give everyone the opportunity to call in and voice their opinions on the matter, in fact we encourage it
All of what you expect is back! Victor Lazlow, Travis Randall and Jay Hyatt are back this week. We are going to be talking Guns, Ammunition and Training. This weeks segment is going to go viral, we are going deep into the realm of understanding guns, everything about them and why the liberals think they are alive and able to do things all by themselves!
Discussion surrounding America’s violence problem often centers on the gun debate, an issue with no acceptable solution for half the population. Author Jay Breitlow, D.C., who lost his father in a school shooting, makes the case that addressing issues completely separate from the gun debate may provide more sustainable answers.
Dr. Breitlow takes a comprehensive look at the benefits that supportive home environments and enhanced mental healthcare can have on troubled individuals, and suggests grassroots changes you can make in your home and community to eliminate violence. His vision focuses on creating systems centered on one fundamental emotion: Love.
Jay D. Breitlow, D.C., is a former nuclear engineer and pessimist turned optimistic entrepreneur. When not reading, writing or playing in the Colorado Rocky Mountains with his daughter, Selom, Jay focuses his passion on the private chiropractic practice he shares with his wife, Christina.
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Talk About Guns on Campuses, Gals & Guns, 2nd Amendment issues & Piers Morgan with Rez & Andy and special guest Robin Ball, Educator, Self-defense Instructor and owner of Sharp Shooting Indoor Range and Gunshop in Spokane, WA.
A 2009 study by the National Shooting Sports Foundation found that 70% of gun shop owners reported more female gun-buyers than in years past. The study also found that women who were buying firearms were overwhelmingly doing so with self-defense as their top priority.
We'll talk about this trend, current 2nd Amendment battles, and how the debate on guns may have harmed Piers Morgan of CNN.
Please join us for our upcoming shows: A conversation with 007 author Jeffrey Deaver, Free Rein Therapeutic, A Tattoo artist, LIVE wine tasting, the southern rock band Dirty Guv'nahs and a local Reggae artist, Raggs Gustaffe.
Here's a link to a 2013 article about women and gun ownership.
NPR: Are Shooting Ranges the New Bowling Alleys?
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Sandra Muldoon, co-founder of the Second Amendment Women Shooting Club and NRA Director, and Shyanne Roberts, the 10 year old who is the next rising star on the Women's Competitive Shooting Circuit and the new face of "Don't Tread on Me," will be joining "Common Sense" Host Sue Ann Penna to discuss women, kids and guns.
Shyanne came into the media spotlight after she testified in Trenton opposing a bill that would limit magazines to 10 rounds.
Dealing with firearms and defending the Second Amendment can bring about heated debate, but these two groups are among the growing number of gun owners and participants in the shooting sports.
We will be separating fact from fiction when it comes to Women, Kids & Guns.