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You know at first I was just telling my self, that a tragedy is a tragedy and I am right, but the way some lives are potrayed more valuable or important in the media bothers me ! I feel for all humanity equally but a lot of people I am not so sure ? I know " France " is a bigger story for ratings and " Politics " reign but to be so obvious in there bias media coverage is shameful ! Now I know some people may say, I am only talking about this topic because I am an African American but I have been paying attention to social media post about the bias and that is a story init self ! I wish some one would explain to me from the media, why coverage on one tragedy is more news worthy or important then another ?
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On this episode of Community Investor, host Tom Rubadue chats with BreAnn Stephenson with Affinity Loss Prevention Services to discuss risk management. Discover the many ways to protect yourself and your investment property from catastrophic damage and loss.
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Join Ryan Miner and guest co-host Liz Matory TONIGHT at 8:30 p.m. for LIVE election results coverage. We'll offer up-to-the-minute election results from around Maryland as they stream in from the various polling locations.
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On Tuesday the 13th KaliSara and RevKess both watched the Democratic Presidential debate on CNN. Both also shared some of their thoughts from the debate on their Facebook feeds (RevKess also live tweeted his coverage). Tonight they share their thoughts and impressions of the candidates and the issues addressed during the debate.
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I caught up with Nick Spark and Jessica Cox from Right-Footed.
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In this lesson, you’ll discover through the eyes of Psalms 121 how God is a continuous protector that desires to cover you. In addition, you’ll be introduced to the importance of insurance (as one type of coverage) even when you have God’s assurance. Emphasis tonight: Renters Insurance!
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Join your host Julian Carter (@GreenZoneRadio) as he invites you to enter - "The Green-Zone" - where you will find the United Kingdom's premier show on the New York Jets:
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