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We're back! After a busy, busy summer, Fred and Marg are back with Lies My Country Told Me and are excited about today's guest, Darryl of DI.
After six years as serving as the voice of democracy, Blog Talk Radio's popular weekly show, "Democracy Interactive" also known as DI, turned of the lights and closed the door. Like clockwork, DI aired on Sundays and with its unique progressive chat community, was one of the best shows BTR offered. The show often featured high profile guests, like Presidential candidate, Rocky Anderson, or Pulitzer Prize winner, author Hedrick Smith, as well as our voices, "we the people".
Lies My Country Told Me is thrilled that Darryl, DI's host, has agreed to come on air as today's featured guest. His advocacy for democracy has involved him in many, many projects and campaigns over the years and we all know that his fight for a democratic nation did not stop three months ago, with the airing of his last show.
Please join us on "Lies My Country Told Me" on Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 12:00 pm EST. We encourage you to call in at (347) 677-1814 or join us in the chatroom with your questions for Darryl. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bob Hamer is co author with Oliver North of the thriller, Counterfeit Lies, the story of veteran undercover FBI agent Jake Kruse who is investigating a smuggling ring in southern California when his assignment is cut short. A prominent criminal defense attorney wants to hire Jake on another kind of mission: to kill the daughter of a local crime boss.
Bob is retired from the FBI after 26 years as a special agent working organized crime, gangs, terrorism and child exploitation. Much of his career was spent undercover. He is also a Marine Corps veteran.
He worked undercover against such diverse groups as the La Cosa Nostra, the Sicilian, Mexican, and Russian mafias, Asian organized crime groups, and Los Angeles based street gangs. His successful infiltration of NAMBLA (North American Man/Boy Love Association) resulted in the arrest of eight members of what one defendant called the organization's "inner circle".
He is the author of three award-winning books: THE LAST UNDERCOVER: The True Story of an FBI Agent's Dangerous Dance with Evil (Hachette Book Group, USA, Center Street Press), a novel, ENEMIES AMONG US (B&H Publishing, Fidelis), and a second novel, TARGETS DOWN (B&H Publishing). He also collaborated with New York Times best-selling author Oliver North to write AMERICAN HEROES ON THE HOMEFRONT (Simon and Schuster) and COUNTERFEIT LIES (Simon and Schuster
The remote farming community of Murdock, Nebraska, seemed to be the least likely setting for one of the heartland's most ruthless and bloody double murders in decades. In fact, the little town had gone more than a century without a single homicide. But on the night of Easter 2006, Wayne and Sharmon Stock were brutally murdered in their home. The murders garnered sensational frontpage headlines and drew immediate statewide attention. Practically everybody around Murdock was filled with fear, panic, and outrage. Who killed Wayne and Sharmon Stock? What was the motive? The Stocks were the essence of Nebraska's all-American farm family, self-made, God-fearing, and of high moral character. Barely a week into this double murder investigation, two arrests brought a sense of relief to the victims' family and to local residents. The case appeared to fall neatly into place when a tiny speck of murder victim Wayne Stock s blood appeared in the alleged getaway car.
Then, an obscure clue left at the crime scene took the investigation down a totally different path, stretching into Iowa, Louisiana, New York, Texas, and Wisconsin. By the time this investigation was over, the charges against the original suspects were dismissed and two new individuals emerged from the shadows.
Author John Ferak covered the Stock murders from the very beginning, including all of the trial proceedings. When the criminal prosecution finally ended in 2007, he remained puzzled by one nagging question: Why was the blood of victim Wayne Stock in a car that was ultimately proven to have no connection to the murders?
Over the next few years, the astonishing bloody lies were revealed, culminating in a law enforcement scandal that turned the case on its head and destroyed the career of Nebraska's celebrated CSI director, David Kofoed. BLOODY LIES-A CSI Scandal In The Heartland-John Ferak
On this episode of SWAG Radio, Yara Kaleemah will be chatting with break out author, Unique Penn.
About Unique Penn
Unique Penn is originally from Chicago, IL and currently resides in Italy with her husband and two children. A degree in History with a concentration in Black American Studies helped to foster her love of reading and writing literature.
Her stories will invite into the hearts, minds, and lives of her characters. And allow the reader to examine the depths of their own morality through clever plots, intricate characters and surprising story lines.
Lying and manipulation were skills that Luscious Antoine had gotten so adept at over the years; she should be allowed to teach an advanced level college course on the subject. With the looks of a fashion model, the IQ of a genius and a mouthpiece that could convince Satan to sign over his soul to her, Luscious was able to elevate herself from the stripper pole to the owner of her own strip club Luscious Ladies.
Although Luscious made it to the top with little interference, when someone from her past resurfaces she soon learns that as sweet as her lies taste going down, everything that is sweet ain’t candy; as her past attempt to destroy her future. Will Luscious find out that her web of lies and manipulation are woven so tightly that she has ended up trapping herself? Or will she be able to save herself with those luscious lies of hers?
Only time will tell but Luscious will soon find out that everything that is sweet ain’t candy.
For far too many men relationships are filled with angst, distrust, disloyalty and overall dissatisfaction. The media would have you believe that men are generally responible for relationship breakups, and far too often, men accept this as truth and sometimes give up on finding true love for themselves.
But are men the real problem? Are men always to blame when it comes to relationship breakups?
I believe the answer is an emphatic no, and, women and men are eqully responsible for failed relationships. What is needed is a dialog that supports men and women in learning how to create and maintain healthy, rewarding and fulfilling relationships.
In order to create great relationships men and women must learn to recognize the "Love Lies" that sabotage their relationships.
Join Coach Michael Taylor as he interviews Best-selling Author, Success Coach and Love Relationships Mentor Debrena Jackson Gandy about her new book "The Love Lies - 10 Revelations That Will Transform Your Relationships and Enrich Your Love Life"
In this powerful interview Debrena will shed light on why relationships can be so difficult and she will be sharing some of the Love Lies that sabotage our relationships.
If you're ready to create deeply satisfying and fulfilling love relationships and marriages don't miss this interview!
Authors: Keyanna Ford and Kharisma Kashmere
Bio: Keyanna was born and raised in Kalamazoo, MI, she has always been into school but never knew exactly what she wanted to do. She graduated from Loy Norrix High School in 2005 with high honor and went to college where she studied Criminal Justice at Kalamazoo Valley Community College first then went on to get her bachelors at Western Michigan University where she doubled major and graduated with two majors in Criminal Justice and Social Psychology. After going through a bad situation Keyanna decided to write about it where she discovered her love for writing and that's how her debut novel "Living in Fear' came to life.
Author Kharisma Kashmere is a poet, urban fiction blog radio talk show personality, and an author of a bestselling E-book series Sex. Lies. Betrayal: The Façade. Author Kharisma Kashmere grew up in Maywood, IL, one of Chicago's most violent suburbs, Kharisma adapted to reading and writing in adolescence. Spending more time inside than out, she became enthralled with urban fiction and suspense at fourteen through the eyes of greats like Wahida Clark. Kharisma decided to start writing about what she thought maybe going on outside her home. The eldest of eleven children, she remembers sharing her stories with siblings who praised her maturing craft. Her first novel i.e. Sex. Lies. Betrayal: The Façade, which she penned in Georgia is only the tip of the iceberg.
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