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The Ku Klux Klan was first formed in 1866, through the efforts of a small band of Confederate Veterans in Tennessee. Quickly expanding from a localized membership, the KKK has become perhaps the most resonant representation of white supremacy and racial terror in the U.S. Part of the KKK's enduring draw is that it refers not to a single organization, but rather to a collection of groups bound by use of now iconic racist symbols -- white hoods, flowing sheets, fiery crosses -- and a predilection for vigilante violence. How many corporations or companys does the KKK have their hands in? If we know that these company's were built by white supremacy why are we supporting them?
Hr1 Oops! A Krispy Kreme donut store in the U.K. launched the KKK club (Krispy Kreme Klub). They say it was an innocent mistake and the corporate office quickly scrubbed the event and all promotional materials.
An article for the University of Houston Daily Cougar’s sex week issue argues that the LGBTQ community focuses too much on white gay men. Here we go again .....
Hr2 Liberal radio host Bob Kincaid says that the CSX freight-rail company is a bigger threat to Americans than ISIS is. Are you kidding?
Kyle Olson with EAG News talks about teacher benefits, days off, and how much is enough... or too much? Banking sick days until retirement hits school budgets hard with liability they aren't always prepared for. Sometimes as much as $30,000...
A Shreveport, LA "Little Free Library" receives a "cease and desist" letter. Because shutting down "commercial enterprises" like this in neighborhoods that are not "zoned" for libraries...
Hr3 Author Jay Cost talks about corruption in BOTH parties and his new book "A Republic No More: Big Government and the Rise of American Political Corruption." He says the biggest difference between the 2 parties is in the grassroots.
North Carolina is trying to train its educators to be more effective and “equitable” in the classroom by helping them “rank their societal privilege.” We can't label kids as boys and girls, but we can label them as privileged or not. No wonder we're ranked so low in language and math skills worldwide!
“Right now to give some of us just a perspective of the impact of abortion on demand in the black community, according to the archives of the Tuskegee Institute, from 1882 to 1968 – 86 years – the Ku Klux Klan lynched 3,446 Negroes,” Hoye said. “While it took the Klan 86 years to accomplish this, abortion on demand in America accomplishes that is less than 4 days.”
Hoye's numbers are based on the Guttmacher Institute's FACT SHEET on induced abortion in the United States. That fact feet shows that in 2008, 1.2 million abortions were performed in the U.S. Of those, 432,000 of those abortions were performed on black women. Using those figures, in three days 3,550 black babies were aborted. In four days, the total would be 4,734 aborted black babies.
The data collected on lynchings was compiled by Tuskegee University's Records and Research Division.
Hoye said that over 20 million of the more than 50 million abortions that have taken place since the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade ruling legalized the procedure are performed on black women.
“Since 1973, abortion on demand in black America has taken more lives than homicides, heart disease, diabetes, cancer and HIV/AIDS combined and has become the No. 1 cause of death in the black community,” Hoye said.
“The facts are clear,” he said. “The numbers don’t lie. Abortion on demand is a holocaust.”
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One time KKK member and drug informant Ken Peterson stopped in to explain how his life and he has changed since his infamous encounter with Geraldo Rivera in 1992. Ken spoke of the importance of all people coming together to address problems that we have to address, including what's been happening in Ferguson, MO.
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Only 1 month in of the New Year and already 6 Homicides in my city of Huntsville Al. Each of them were young black teenagers. So I wonder "Is there a new KKK" or do we seriously need a reality check. How can we instill pride, ownership, responsibility into our youth? Not just our sons, daughters, and family; but our neighbors, our classmates, our community as a whole.
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Hr1 Can anyone tell me how Rev. Al Sharpton can justify how he can be called a Reverend and still advocate for violence? I don't see this anywhere in my Bible. Hypocrisy from President Obama in Selma. Is voter ID a good thing or a bad thing?
Why haven't we heard from FFRF re:Bible; God references President Obama made during the Selma speech?
Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.
The Monday after Daylight Savings time is the most dangerous day of the year? That's what they're telling me.
Bus driver leaves 60 kids in a parking lot while she runs an errand.
What's up with the trend that college kids, like those at UC Irvine, don't trust America?
Hr2 Surveys say Millennials are less "patriotic" than any other generation. Teach your children patriotism...
"Gathering students by “affinity group” is code for racial segregation. I thought we eliminated this 50 years ago?
George Washington University says the Young America's Foundations has committed “acts of violence” against those who don’t identify
with their biological gender by not using the “preferred gender pronouns.” Maybe the YAF is just confused? I know I am.
Hr3 Is the White House seriously discussing the possibility of renaming Thanksgiving “Immigrants Day”?
Students Wheaton College say KKK skit was a parody intended to subvert racism, not promote it. What do you think?
Catholic Elms College invites civil rights leader to speak. Great! What about his 100% pro-abortion record ? Oops! You mean they couldn't find a different civil rights leader who is pro-life.
Miami Police Shoot and Kill a Homeless Man In Front of 50 Children
Shootout at the Dallas Police Department Headquarters
'She doesn't want to be seen with us because we'll ruin her image': Parents of white NAACP leader reveal they learned she was claiming to be black from newspaper article after she cut them out
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Topic 1: The Black Genocide Plan: Who is killing off the Black Race and Why? There are so many murders in America involving the police that the KKK can retire and the cops can wear the sheets. Just to name a few: Sandra Bland, Emmet Till, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, Trayvon Martin, Alex Dupree, Brandon Lindsey, Samuel Wallace, your loved ones, and the unsolved cases. Has the local police department become the new KKK?
Topic 2: The Sandra Bland Case: The Arrest, The Murder, The Outcome. (Audio of the arrest will be played, followed by a commentary by Judge Greg Mathis)
Watch the full unedited video of Sandra Bland's arrest here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2OKnOzNM9k
Topic 3: Bill Cosby: Therapist or The Rapist (Judge Mathis comments on this case followed by D.L. Hughley)
Guests: Judge Greg Mathis, D.L. Hughley, and former Co-Host TJ Sotomayor