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On May 14th of this year, the legendary B.B. King passed away. He was born, Riley B. King. His children's names, Patty King, Claudette King, Shirley King & Robert Edwards More. He died in Las Vegas. Shortly after his death, I put together a musical tribute to him with audio of B B King so you could get a concept to how he perceived himself, things he thought about and other incidents in his life. The one thing about books, documents and music. Long after the artist is gone, their creation or contribution lives on. Brother B B King will always remain a LEGENDARY contribute to R&B and the Blues.
Lynn Tolliver, jr.
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King Noble 2nite on Blogtalkradio: As the Messiah I will take U Beyond the Bible
While millions of Americans prepare to stuff themselves with Turkey and pie, the Obama administration quietly released its plans for 2,224 federal rules Friday — a preview of just how many more regulations the president is attempting to issue before he leaves office.
One of the world’s most volatile regions was roiled further Tuesday when Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border. Turkey said it hit the plane after it repeatedly violated Turkey’s airspace and ignored 10 warnings.
And a former CIA deputy director says ISIS will Strike America.
A list of islamic terror attacks that Obama covered up
O’Keefe Releases Undercover Video Of Huma Abedin Discussing Syrian Refugees
A Mclean, Virginia-based defense think-tank has published a prescient white-paper on the Islamic State terror group
Obama willfully clueless
Deitrick Haddon is a multi-faceted, award winning, creative juggernaut. As a singer, songwriter, arranger and producer, the Detroit native’s inspirational musical ministry has touched souls globally. The star of Oxygen network’s popular reality series Preachers of L.A also serves as executive producer of the Preachers franchise, and with the formation of DHVisions, a new partnership with Entertainment One Music, this son of a preacher is delving further into developing television and film projects while still delivering progressive gospel music that feeds the soul. Masterpiece, Deitrick’s latest contemporary, uplifting and inspired body of work reflects his self-professed maturation toward his destiny of greatness.
Being bold is a big part of being an artist. You’ve got to be willing to act intrepidly at the right moments. Natalie La Rose knows just when to be bold. Her debut single for I.M.G./Republic Records “Somebody” [featuring Jeremih] will undoubtedly get the dance floor moving. Over smooth production from Future Classic, the song updates the melody from Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” for a new millennium. Natalie’s voice takes the spotlight in between a sexy hook from Jeremih.
Obama calls Paris attacks a "setback" in fight against ISIS.
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The House passed the American SAFE Act today with a veto-proof margin of 289-137, 47 Democrats voting with Republicans to stiffen vetting requirements for Syrian and Iraqi refugees seeking asylum in the US.
On the evening of Veterans Day, Chris Burgard addressed the Agua Dulce, CA town council in an inspiring, educational plea to reverse Shariah Law in their school district. As a result, less than 24 hours prior to the horrific Paris terrorist events, the Acton-Agua Dulce School Board unanimously voted to reinstate the Constitution over Shariah Law, despite pressure from the Council on American Islamic Relations CAIR.
Tonight Chris Burgard joins us with the story.
Conservative Review's Daniel Horowitz writes, "We can always count on Republicans to take a 90/10 winning national security issue and turn it into a shiny object. Instead of listening to their constituents and following the calls of 30 governors to shut down Islamic refugee resettlement, Republicans are about to pull the classic bait and switch: pass a phony standalone bill and decline to defund it in the budget bill.
Much like the “Gang of 8”, the bill, sponsored by Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC), calls for the administration to certify that any refugees brought here from Iraq and Syria are not terrorists. As long as Obama says they are not terrorists he can bring in as many as he wants. Updated language in the bill also requires the FBI Director to sign off on each individual refugee. However, the bill fails to stop the program and focuses on the wrong issue while giving Obama much-needed cover for his egregious plan. The House plans to vote on this bill Thursday and has no plans to defund the program.
Our Capitol Hill Insider Elizabeth Chryst sorts it out.