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Warrior Talk Radio is excited to bring on Griff, Co-Founder of Combat Flip Flops. Combat Flip Flops was formed by two Army Rangers to grow sustainable, profitable economy in Afghanistan that is not related to war, drugs, or government contracting. Both Lee & Griff served several tours in Afghanistan and Iraq with the 75th Ranger Regiment between 2002 and 2005. During the deployments, they saw slow improvement in the local economy or security as a result of coalition efforts.
Then we will be talking with Casey Diem about our JAILED MARINE, Andrew Tahmooressi. Casey is a MARINE Combat VETERAN who is currently working as a liason with the Tahmooressi family to get real time sitreps out on Andrew. You can get more information at the OFFICAL website www.FreeTahmooressi.com. We have to work together to BRING OUR MARINE HOME!!!
Call in line is 646-595-3504
Since the Ferguson, Missouri uprising over the killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown, hoards of stories have surfaced exposing the wrongful killing and incarceration of African American males across America, in many large urban areas but quite oftn in small towns where an oppressive racial climate still exists despite Civil Rights legislation and an African American president in the White House. A horror story of total disregard for the law has emerged from Putnam County Georgia, where police appear to have conspired with lawyers an judges to imprison African American teen Damiean Wicks for shooting Rontavious Crawford, even though Rontavious pointed out the white man Phillip Calloway as the guilty party. Phillip Calloway, identified in court by the victim as the culprit, verified as being at the scene of the crime by cell phone tracking evidence, admitted to irratic behavior due to drug use. He was merely sent to rehab, while Damiean Wicks, dismissed by the victim Rontavious Crawford as being innocent and proved nowhere near the scene of the crime by cell phone tracking evidence, was nevertheless convicted as guilty imprisoned. His grandmother, Judy Farley, has launched a campaign to free her grandson Damiean and is calling for intervention by the U.S. Justice Department in this small town of Eatonton Georgia where whites in authority have seemingly tossed justice to the wind while they jail and kill blacks at whim. Today's guest, Judy Farley tells her incredible story. What happens when law enforcement officers and the courts in a city are all corrupt? How can citizens get justice? What would make the Federal government intervene? Will it take another riot?
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Alveda King, Author of King Rules and Director of African American Outreach with Priests for Life. The daughter of the late civil rights activist Rev. A.D. King and his wife Naomi Barber King, Alveda grew up in the civil rights movement led by her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. She is also a voice for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, sharing her testimony of two abortions, God’s forgiveness, and healing.
Her family home in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed, as was her father’s church office in Louisville, Kentucky. Alveda was jailed during the open housing movement. She sees the prolife movement as a continuation of the civil rights struggle. Dr. King is a former college professor and served in the Georgia State House of Representatives.
She is a recipient of the Life Prize Award (2011), the Cardinal John O’Connor Pro-Life Hall of Fame Award (2011) from the Legatus organization and the Civil Rights Award from Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) (2011). She is a bestselling author; among her books are King Rules: Ten Truths for You, Your Family, and Our Nation to Prosper, How Can the Dream Survive if we Murder the Children? and I Don’t Want Your Man, I Want My Own.
In this episode of Coffee with Conrad:
Teen Jailed 3 Years for Robbery He Didn't Commit
Gift of Prophecy: What Dangers You Should Avoid
US retailer sorry over 'fiction' Bible label
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NY Times reporter Jim Dwyer discusses his book 102 Minutes: The Unforgettable Story of the Fight to Survive Inside the Twin Towers concerning the 9/11 terror attack. Jill Tahmooressi-mother of marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi jailed in Mexico on a weapons charge will be a guest as well.
Forces & people in the 21st century are going for your throat-Bill Martinez Live sounds the alarm!!!
Welcome to Bill Martinez Live, hosted by an unapologetic AMERICAN U.S. Marine of Mexican descent who knows why people come to America but demands that immigrants come through the front door and that the rule of law be respected. Bill Martinez Live waves just one flag and has no use for hyphenated hearts torn between the 4th of July and some other foreign flag or holiday. We put the United States over party politics and broadcasting our unstinting praise of this great land to 250 American cities through CRN, BML syndication and the ever popular Blog Talk Radio platform. The best answers come when we are all engaged, involved and united for everyone’s higher good.
Bill Martinez Live helps us regain it. Listen in to the show to hear every facet of the issues but keep your eye on God and the exceptionalism to which he has urged on America and its people. Our nation is at a crossroads but remember your solemn birthright fellow Americans as "We the People". See more at: http://billmartinezlive.com/about-the-program/#sthash.tooJ0atj.dpuf
Paul interviews Simon Sheppard who is a British Nationalist and Publisher of The Heretical Press.
A native of Kingston Upon Hull, Simon was jailed in 2000 for the "crime" of "Publishing or Distributing racially inflammatory material." Simon and a fellow free speech advocate were convicted of "publishing hate speech against Jews and other groups" in 2008. They were refused Political Asylum in the USA and deported back to Britain.
The Heretical Press Publications list
Current statistics show that 1 in every 3 African American males has had or will have contact with the criminal justice system in the form of being stopped and searched and possibly even arrested and jailed. An increasing number of Afrcan American women, and those men and women of all races who society has labeled "the poor" are regularly treated with disrespect by law enforcers, constantly subjected to being stopped, questioned, searched, detained, falsely accused and even jailed, because it's perceived that they are "nobody." This emotionally traumatizing experience has too often been accepted as a fact of American society. But it shouldn't be! No one should accept being violated by a another human being without protest. Personal violations must be addressed whether it comes in the form of punitive damages paid as a monetary award,a public apology to the victim or jail time sentenced to the perpetrator. Failure to seek justice encourages the perpetrator of wrongdoing to keep violating people, feeling that he or she can operate above the laws of decency without repercussions. Have you been traumatized by an unjust arrest? Are you still emotionally affected by the experience? What should you do about it?
On this epsiode:
Florida man arrested after videotaped beating of autistic boy goes viral
4th Circuit refuses to stay same-sex marriage ruling
Name of Ferguson officer released
ACLU files two lawsuits in re Ferguson (including the desire to define Freedom of the Press)
Woman jailed over truancy fines dies in jail from "natural causes"
Law student arrested on attempted murder and arson charges
OJ Simpson judgement up for sale
Maternity lawsuit filed against Beyonce and Jay-Z
Colombian lawyer suing FIFA over bad refereeing
Little girl dies in Maryland gunfire exchange
MMA fighter arrested
Single mom convinces thief to return stolen van
Woman finds swastika on her McDonald's sandwich bun
Al Gore Sues Al Jazeera
Federal judge rules that Ten Commandments monument must be moved
Professor loses job over his tweets
California woman arrested for worker's comp fraud
The Obama administration is encouraging many nonviolent federal prisoners to apply for early release – and expecting thousands to take up the offer. It’s an effort to deal with high costs and overcrowding in prisons, and also a matter of fairness, the government says.
The Nestle corporation CEO has been vigiant about privatizing water throughout the planet. It's already started in parts of Africa (of course) where even if you have rain water saved on your property you can be jailed; or even killed, and now the U.S. corporations and the wicked are watching closely to see just how dumb down you have become frome drinking so much metal over the years and eating GMO foods consistantly for nearly 20 years, to see what reaction will the people in other parts of the world the U.S. especially will have when they slowly began to incorporate these new laws into existence.
Welcome to the show! Today's discussion will focus on the pitfalls associated with changeable law, and provide reasons as to why unchangeable law is necessary. Poor people all over the U.S. are being evicted from their homes due to draconian tax laws. Homeless people all over the U.S. are being jailed or fined because of new laws that target the homeless. Common sense solutions would be to ensure that the cities or counties that these homeless reside in would provide some sort of protective shelters rather than create laws to shun them and overburden the criminal justice system. Food, clothing, and medical care can be donated by local businesses or charity organizations to these shelters. There's no need to shun the homeless. Common sense solutions to draconian tax law include getting rid of property taxes. Almost always, a residence in the U.S. will not produce any products that can be sold or used in any beneficial way to the owners, yet property tax continues every year regardless of production from the property. A one time sales tax should be assessed to the property at the point of sale rather than instituting draconian property taxes which can cause a person to have their home forcibly taken from them. If the home is purchased via mortgage, the cost of the tax can be folded into the loan. Cities and counties routinely use tax "surplus" funds to expand or engage in other projects instead of returning that money to the people who were taxed. Remember, only a sales tax is a morally justifiable tax, so long as it is not on food, water, or clothing...the necessities of life.
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