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The music world lost another great when the news broke about the plane crash that took the life of Jenni Rivera, Mother of 5 along with two pilots her publicist, Arturo Rivera, her stylist, Jorge Sanchez, her makeup artist, Jacob Yebale and her attorney, Mario Macias. The wreckage was discovered and their were no survivors. Jenni Rivera's California drivers license and the Mexican passport of Miguel Perez Soto, who was one of the pilots was found in the debris. The bodies will take up to a week for identification as all must be identified by DNA.
Believed to be the final photo of Jenni, Arturo, Gigi and Jacob was posted by Yebale on Instagram on Sunday showing Rivera and 4 others aboard a private plane. They are all smiling, waving and appear to be in good spirits in the photo making the situation even more upsetting. "We getting Back To Mexico City," Yebale wrote with the photo.
Also one of the last pics Rivera posted to her own Twitter page was leading up to Saturday's concert in monterrey. In the photo she is smiling while holding a sign which references what turned out to be her final show. The English translation is: "See you this 7th in Colima, 8 in Monterrey".... The world will miss the beauty in the heart of this artist...
In the modern culture, the dollar sign ($) is used to indicate avarice, greed, obscene wealth. Cartoon characters, usually villains, have vaults filled to the brim with sacks of gold emblazened with '$'. Money has become a bad thing, a bad word. But what exactly is money? Is it the root of all evil, like so many have said? What about the *love* of money? On this week's Rational Culture with Elliot Rivera, the history behind the sign of the dollar is ex
Following the Conservative Political Action Conference, everyone is prescribing different paths to victory for the GOP. But what exactly is the surefire way to win, and who do they think is their best shot? On this episode of Rational Culture Elliot points out that once again, philosophy is the motive power of any culture, and conservatives and Republicans still have some housecleaning to do philosophically.
A culture is the summation of the intellectual achievements of men and women who live and work together closely. So if the culture is in decline, what does that say about our society's intellectuals? In this debut episode of Rational Culture with Elliot Rivera, Elliot uses Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism to serve as our armor in the battle against the destruction of the truly unique American culture from its political, intellectual and artistic establishments.
One of the most over-used phrases recently is "Check your privilege", as in, "Check your white privilege" before making statements about other peoples' races, cultures, sexualities, etc. But as Elliot points out in this week's episode, the "white privilege" meme is nothing more than yet another assault on Man's rational faculty by attempting to delegitimize one of its most crucial functions: judgment. Collectivists seek to eliminate judgment in the hopes that they can evade the objective recognition of their evil ideology. Tune in at 3:00 pm ET for Elliot's defense of judgment.
Between Eich's forced resignation and countless violations of people's rights, when do the bullied become the bullies? What makes them tick? On this episode of Rational Culture, we examine the continuing encroachment onto individual liberties by the very people who once championed them. From Mozilla to Colorado, how have we come to this point?
Following the showdown in Nevada over the Bundy Ranch, many people are starting to get somewhat trigger-happy for a revolution against the government. But when is it actually time to fight back? When should we continue to follow the Rule of Law, and when should we start acting in our rational self-interest should the Rule of Law continue to encroach on our lives? On this episode of Rational Culture we'll discuss why the Bundy Ranch saga is not the hill for liberty-lovers to die on - and what hypothetical situation would actually warrant our standing up against the government.
What, exactly, are rights? We've been hearing a lot about rights this past week, particularly with Hobby Lobby and its fight against the encroachment of government. Unfortunately, lots of people - on BOTH sides of the issue - have a faulty idea of what "rights" are. On this episode of Rational Culture, we break down the concept of rights and take it down to its roots: man's basic nature and his requirements for life.
Is Obamacare actually a moral policy, or not? How do we judge its morality? What creed/ethics does it rest on, and why should we check its premises? On this episode, Elliot examines why Obamacare and other government intrusions into the private sector are not just ineffectual, but immoral.
Luis "Sonny " Rivera was born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y. He began to explore his talent to sing early in his intermediate years having sung in school choirs, semi-annual productions performing at Lincoln Center Avery Fisher Hall twice, as well as playing trombone for his JHS band. He was accepted into the Laguardia Music & Arts High School as an art major, even though music was still his passion, not knowing God had a greater plan and purpose for his musical inclinations. Later he was given the opportunity to sing background music for artists such as Amel Lareiux, Horace Brown, and others while singing for an upcoming R&B group with his cousin and his best friend called Slyte Touch throughout the city.Upon giving his life to Jesus Christ at age 20, he began to sing gospel music for his church, Friendship Baptist in Jamaica, Queens. Initially playing drums and percussions, he started singing in the youth choir before being called to lead what was then known as devotional. It was through this assignment he came face-to-face with his calling to lead praise & worship. He began singing for choirs such as Hezekiah Walker & Love Fellowship, Clarence Brown and York College Choir, Jae Nixon & Dunamis, as well as one of his mentor's groups Marshall Carpenter & Nu-Praize where he was given an opportunity through Marshall's wife, Sheila Carpenter, to sing for a BBC televised Gospel Christmas special featuring Alvin Slaughter, Helen Baylor, and Jaci Velasquez. He has even had his hand in acting in a musical production called "The Wizard of Education" which was executively produced by Michael Winans. More.....
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