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  • 01:04

    A Lil Respect...Law Enforcement and the Public

    in Social Networking

    Tonight, on RAP UP LIVE with Pastor A.F. Riggins, we will be discussing Respect...Law Enforcement and the Public. We want to hear your views and opinions. Join in the discussion and let your voice be heard at (347) 855-8118 on Blog Talk USA.

  • 01:58

    THE SUPREME LAW ENFORCEMENT & ORDER OF GOD

    in Education

    WHAT IS THE SUPREME LAW ENFORCEMENT & ORDER OF GOD? IS MANKIND FOLLOWING THE LAW ENFORCEMENT & ORDER OF GOD? DO BLACK PEOPLE UNDERSTAND SUPREME LAW & ORDER? WHY IS THIS NECESSARY? WHAT WILL SUPREME LAW & ORDER PRODUCE IN THE FUTURE FOR BLACK PEOPLE? WE WILL ANSWERS ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK)FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA

  • 01:01

    Law Enforcement and Minority Communities in the Wake of Ferguson, MO

    in Current Events

    We will be discussing the complexities that exist in the relationship between law enforcement and minoritiy communities.  We'll discuss the recently released President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing and the United States Department of Justice's Investigation of the Ferguson Police Department reports. Where do we go from here?


    Engage the hosts: @B_EPerspective (Twitter) or e-mail TheBrownEyedPerspective@gmail.com 


    Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/302traceyandcliffvon

  • 00:32

    Klemchuk Kubasta Law Review: Trademark and Copyright Enforcement

    in Legal

    The Klemchuk Kubasta Law Review is a quarterly educational Internet radio podcast focused on sharing news, tips and trends in complex legal issues focused in business, technology and innovation. This series features attorneys and guests of Klemchuk Kubasta, LLP, the law firm providing patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright and trade secret services, including litigation, licensing, prosecution and other intellectual property counseling. Episode 3: Darin talks about developing an on online trademark or copyright enforcement program.


    Interview questions and topics covered on this show by co-host Darin Klemchuk:



    How do IP owners determine harm being suffered and how can they set goals to enforce their rights?
    What are the steps in identifying and registering intellectual property and whether that is warranted?
    Who should manage an enforcement program and how should they monitor and analyze information?
    As new technologies invite new infringers, how do we stay guarded and know if we are successful?


    Darin Klemchuk is the co-founder and managing partner of Klemchuk Kubasta LLP, a Dallas-based IP boutique law firm that offers comprehensive intellectual property legal services, including litigation and enforcement of all forms of intellectual property as well as registration and licensing of patents, trademarks, trade dress and copyrights. He can be reached at darin.klemchuk@kk-llp.com.


    Visit Klemchuk Kubasta, LLP online and on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.


     


     

  • 00:53

    100 Black Men In Law Enforcement

    in Culture

    100 Black Men In Law Enforcement


    100 Black Men In Law Enforcement discuss the Brooklyn Nwe York police officers killed.
    Suspected shooter reportedly kills himself after shooting two officers inside their patrol car.


    100 BLACKS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT WHO CARE


    591 Vanderbilt Avenue, Suite 133, Brooklyn, NY 11238


    (718) 455-9059


    EMAIL: BlacksNLaw@aol.com


    Photo:


    1929 Harlem Police officers


    listen ~ 1892, NYPD's First Black Patrolman, Moses P. Cobb with Senator Eric Adams, Co-Founder 100 Black Men in Law Enforcement! 

  • 03:58

    THOR ROUNDTABLE "THE PEOPLE ARE THE LAW, NOT THE COURTS, LAW ENFORCEMENT"

    in Education

    THOR RADIO ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION;


         There just comes a time whereby the "People" consistenting of Man and Woman must stand up and take their places in a Society (Kingdom) that was created for their benefit. There is a great deal happenning in the 50 Corporate Territories they call "States Of"...........! We must address these issues as they affect US tremendously. Some of the topics we will address is;


            1. Freddie Gray Baltimore Incident; Riots, RACE Wars;


            2. Cardinal Salvador (Pope) recent revelation of the Second Coming of Jesus;


            3. Texas Muslim Shooting Incident at a Cartoon event involving Profit Muhammed; Jade Helm;


            6. Family, Economics, Politics; WAR in Religion and Spiritually;


            7. Appearance of Police and Court Corruption, Double Standards;


            8. Are We Really Slaves of a Corporation, or Slaves of Generational Ignorance and Mis-education;


            9. Are You a Man/Woman....or a "Person"? Who Is In Charge, The Employee's (Servants) or    Man/Woman, People;


      We will address these issues in detail and discuss "Solutions" that may alleviate ourselves from Abuses, Oppression, and Economic Slavery. This will be a very diverse show, with contributions from Men and Woman from all walks of life.


       The beginning and end starts with Man and Woman, not Government, Politicians, Corporations and Foreigners. THIS WILL NOT STOP UNTIL MAN AND WOMAN JOIN TOGETHER IN UNITY! Lets not be fooled this "SYSTEM" PROFITS from all this, tickets, Jail, Prison System, and all of their creations.

  • 00:31

    SUPERVISORS HEAR ABOUT SPOUSAL ABUSE LAW ENFORCEMENT

    in News

    SHERRY FENN SPOKE BEFORE THE bOARD OF sUPERVISORS LAST NIGHT DETAILING THE SPOUSAL ABUSE THAT OCCURRED IN HER FAMILY AND INFORMING THE SUPERVISORS OF THE ABUSE THAT GOES ON IN OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT FAMILIE

  • Re-air: To serve & protect...why we fear law enforcement

    in Lifestyle

    We all know that law enforcement is put in place to serve and protect their communities but what happens when the community doesn't look at them as protection but rather, the enemy. There has been too many accounts of law officers over stepping their badge with super egos. There are officers known on the streets for being the tough cop but is that image working? Do you feel cops add unnecessary  tension to their jobs often times resulting in getting injured or killed? Do you fear the law more than you feel it's protection? What can we do as a society to alleviate this issue? Tune in...

  • 00:31
  • 01:02

    RNN-Law Enforcement Challenges

    in Politics

    Dean Henning and Sheriff Mack join Bob to discuss the "police", their conduct and interface with the "constitutional" and "patriotic" communities; the challenges they face, their lawful and unlawful use by governmental bodies, how we can help attract currently serving officers to constitutional commitment and CSPOA vs opposing them.


    The Republic News Network is a broadcast of the Republic for the United States. The purpose of the RNN is to reach out to the American People with our message of hope, that the American Republic has been restored. We do this by engaging our guests, the behind the scenes movers and shakers in America. Thursday evenings each week we engage experts in business, industry, military, law enforcement, faith, intelligence and other patriotic Americans in an effort to inform the American People of important current events and at the same time educate our guest and listeners about the restored American Republic.


    Our RNN Schedule: Live on Thursday Evenings 9:00 Eastern/ 8:00 Central/ 7:00 Mountain/ 6:00 Pacific.


    Check the Republic website often for General Information and Updates to keep you informed about the interim government restoring operations under the Constitution for the United States of America.


    Opinions stated by various contributors to the RNN are not to be considered as endorsed by officers and members of the Republic for the United States of America. Listeners are urged to use their own discernment to draw their own conclusions

  • 00:45

    Law Enforcement and Race Relations

    in Politics

    FBI Director Comey, speaking at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., noted that most police calls for service come from poor, minority communities.The country is "at a crossroads" on matters of race relations and law enforcement.But black or white, he said, “criminal suspects routinely lie about their guilt, and the people we charge are overwhelmingly guilty. ... That makes it easy for folks in law enforcement to assume that everybody is lying and that no suspect, regardless of their race, could be innocent.”


    “Black lives matter, Hispanic lives matter,” the crowd called, adding the phrase that became synonymous with protests in Ferguson: “Hands up, don’t shoot.”The rally was led by members of the Zambrano-Montes family, who chanted “El pueblo unido jamás sera vencido” (“The people united will never be defeated”).“The government of Mexico deeply condemns incidents in which force is used in a disproportionate manner, even more so when that use of force leads to loss of life,” the ministry said in a statement.“These unfortunate events cause damage to the community and erode trust in the authorities.”
    Witness Ben Patrick told the Tri-City Herald that police fired at the man as his back was turned.'I really thought they were just going walk up and tackle or Taser him,' he said. 'But they opened fire. His back was turned.'