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    Nofilterradio with Dopeazzmuzik

    in Music

    Where we go hamburger!

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    Interview With Phillip Hamburger and Regina Roundtree

    in Politics Conservative

    Philip Hamburger is the Maurice and Hilda Friedman Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. A contributor to National Review Online, he has written for several law reviews and journals, including the American Journal of Legal History, the Supreme Court Review, the Notre Dame Law Review, and the Journal of Law and Politics. He is the author of Separation of Church and State, Law and Judicial Duty, and, most recently, Is Administrative Law Unlawful?

    Regina V. Roundtree is Founder of Connecticut Black Republicans & Conservatives as well as President of the Connecticut chapter of the Frederick Douglass Foundation. 

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    Adventures Of SPS

    in Marketing

    Its the Kats Birthday and Slam is whipping up some Helper of Hamburger!

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    Food + Science = Victory!

    in Books

    A kitchen wizard and a nutrition detective talk about the perfect hamburger, getting the most out of garlic, and why you should use vodka in just about everything.

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    Kicking The Bucket And Yukking It Up

    in Comedy

    Neither Jay, Matt, nor others on the IWS Radio team are getting any younger, so in order to make the most of the remaining years, they are putting together their bucket lists, and sharing them with the world...and we want you to share your bucket list dreams with us as well.

    Would you like to have sex with Scarlett Johansson and Sofia Vergara before you check out? Has travelling to Ireland and whooping it up in an iconic Irish pub been a dream of yours? Perhaps creating, cooking and then eating the world's ultimate hamburger would fill you with a sense of accomplishment prior to your inevitable demise.

    The possibilities are endless but time is not, so join Jay, Matt, Jamie Mapleleaf, and most of the 2016 Presidential candidates as they discuss their bucket lists. And of course, call-in at 661.244.9852 and tell us what you'd like to do before you are six feet under as IWS Radio presents: Kicking The Bucket and Yukking It Up

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    Can't Find The Willpower by Dr. Lew Hamburger

    in Books

    Join me as I interview Dr. Lew Hamburger about his motivational self-help book "Can't Find the Willpower?" Being on the top of your game requires thinking ahead, putting yourself in the position you think will be coming and taking the action you think will help you do your best. Above all, it suggests practice, practice, practice. A book for any age because, we all have to find the willpower to do the necessary and right things in life.


    in Politics

    "A lot of people, Black and white, have the impression that those of us who got involved in the Movement, when it started in 1960, were fighting for integration. That's the way the white press interpreted the sit-ins and freedom rides and all that. But what they didn't understand was that none of us was concerned about sitting down next to a white man and eating a hamburger. Anybody who thinks that is reflecting white nationalism. That's that white supremacist attitude. Nothing is good unless it can be done in the company of white people. We would've been some kind of fools to get beaten up, spat on and jailed the way a lot of folks did just to sit down at a lunch counter beside a white person. Integration was never our concern. In fact, integration is impractical. You cannot legislate an attitude and integration is based upon an attitude of mutual acceptance and respect between two racial or cultural groups in the society. A law can govern behavior, but attitudes cannot be forced or enforced, and what the Civil Rights Movement was concerned with was controlling the animalistic behavior of white people. I resented somebody telling me I couldn't eat at a certain place. It wasn't that I wanted to eat there. Hell no! I always knew we had the best food anyway. But as part of that constant battle waged by Black people against white america, if white folks didn't want me to eat there, in the door I went. If I had a free choice, I'd sit in the back of the bus. That's where the heater is. We weren't fighting for integration. We were letting white folks know that they could no longer legislate where we went or what we did. " H. Rap Brown.