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Stereotypes are an interesting part of social psychology. We use this aspect of information gathering to make assumptions and conclusions about the world and the people who move around us. These supposed opinions are not always correct versions of reality. Yet, they persist.
As such, we tend to want to group people according to these stereotypes.
One such stereotype that persists is the one about hillbillies. According to comedians, popular culture, TV, and movies, hillbillies bring a definite image to mind. Drunks, dusty clothes, illiterate, uneducated, uncouth, and mountain people.
But what is the real truth about 'hillbillies'? What is the truth? Can we separate it from the stereotype or is the stereotype so ingrained, so treasured, that we cannot pull fact from fiction?
Join me as we discuss these issues with author Debbie Richard. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.
Politics. A word that brings all sorts of imagery to mind. Power, Washington, President, world leaders, religion, progress, old-fashioned, intelligence, scandals, broken promises...politicians.
It's been said that one should never talk about politics as well as religion. However, a wise man once said that religion reflects the culture and culture reflects the politics. With that in mind, in the U. S. there seems to be two major divisions of thought in the arena of politics. The conservative view, primarily promulgated by the political party of Republicans. The other is the liberal view, primarily represented by the Democrats. In the middle and outside those two are Independents, Green Party, and other smaller factions of political.
If you're like me, you don't really get into political discussion. Some thinks it not important. Others don't really care. And some of us...just don't understand what the hoopla is all about.
With that in mind, what is the conservative view? What is the liberal view? How do they compare and contrast? What does it mean for our decision making when we vote or take stances on issues that affect our country?
Join me as I chat with Thomas D Smith about this volatile but rarely understood topic. You can call in by dialing 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.
Free Agency Frenzy is amongst us and is steaming up the kitchen for sure. Tune in LIVE as TP Tymeless and the Sport City Chefs Crew: James Fitzgerald IV aka Slim Jim, Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus and Allen Chen put that good ol' food for thought out for the normal Sport City listener.... You customers can do the dishes!!! Carmelo, LeBron, Bosh, Love and Wade.... What next goes down in the kitchen!!! On that note... Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Chefs again... and if they dont know.... NOW THEY KNOW!!
1. In the News 2. Glenn Greenwald talks about his book No Place to Hide and his meetings with NSA contractor Edward Snowden in Hong Kong, the revelations about NSA spying that Snowden revealed, and the reaction of the U.S. media when the story broke. Mr. Greenwald spoke at the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in Washington, DC. 3. Book Talk 4. Listener Calls
*** Glenn Greenwald is the co-founder of The Intercept, a global media outlet. He was a columnist for The Guardian from 2012-2013 and for Salon.com from 2007-2012. Mr. Greenwald was part of The Guardian team that was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2014 for its coverage of NSA spying. His books include "With Liberty and Justice for Some" and "Great American Hypocrites."
The Hagmann & Hagmann Report provides viewers and listeners information about current events and historical topics that transcend the political right-left paradigm and delve into the real issues behind the sugar-coated news. This unique, father-son detective duo uses their investigative abilities and resources to aggressively research and report on issues left untouched by the corporate media. The show addresses many issues once considered mere fodder for “conspiracy theorists,” tracing their roots from the various events that created them through the fabric of history to the present day.
The program digs deep into current topics that include questions about who is really running America, who is really benefiting from the massive financial bailouts, who and what is behind controversial legislation such as the NDAA, SOPA, Agenda 21, and other issues that are rarely addressed with focus, clarity and accuracy. We are a listener supported show and those who are able to do so can donate here
Certain pivotal events that changed the course of U.S. and world history are also subjected to investigative scrutiny, from the start of the Federal Reserve, to the attacks of 9/11 and events taking place through the various presidential administrations.
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Robert Cardoza Live is the Intersection of Business and Politics. We discuss Politics-Money & You each weekday from 4pm to 5pm Pacific Time. Our subjects daily include: Law, Financial Planning, Politics, Business, IRS Mistakes, New Technology, Wine and Current Events. We take listener calls and answer their emails as well as run an active chat room during our broadcast.Join us and enjoy our interviews with Business Experts in addition to our Expert Contributors.This show is not for the light of heart, we tell it like it is and sometimes that is a bitter pill to swallow. The truth sometimes hurts. I don't care if you are a Conservative, a Liberal, a Tea Party Person or a Purple People Eater. If you do something good you get credit and if you do something stupid you get blasted.
At 16, a stunningly beautiful and vocally talented CLAUDETTE ORTIZ, was discovered by Wyclef Jean and
Jerry Wonda becoming the third and only female member of City High. The hot young trio quickly took the
world by storm with their poignantly conscious debut single, “What Would You Do.” The Grammy nominated
group described as a “refreshingly innovative mix of R&B, Soul and a smattering of Hip-Hop” by Vibe magazine
consisted of Claudette, Ryan Toby and Ryan Pardo. City High quickly became known as the group with the provocative lyrics, pulsating beats and great vocal
harmonies. “What Would You Do,” depicted a young woman fallen on hard times, desperate to feed her kids
and ultimately deciding to sleep with a man for money. Dealing with real life situations, the song begs for the
listener to answer, What Would You Do? Needless to say, the single with its in your face, true to life lyrics
shot up the R&B/Pop charts both domestically and internationally and became the group’s first Grammy
nominated single. But, it was not until their follow up single, “Caramel,” and Claudette’s duet with
Wyclef, “Two Wrongs,” hit the airwaves that audiences and industries everywhere began to hone in on the
Caribbean beauty’s ability to play the guitar and her vocal prowess.As the music soared the Willingboro, NJ native’s profile soared. Press developed an insatiable appetite for theself-taught, sultry voiced musician. Mesmerized with Claudette’s beauty, Maxim named her a sex symbol in their
Hot 100 issue. Blender called her “the sexiest woman in hip-hop.” Vanity Fair included her in their top 12 artists to
watch. The New York Times chronicled the tutelage of Andre’ Leon Talley, an editor at large for Vogue, as he introduced Claudette to the fashion world in Paris.
Presented by Kami, India Irie, Anna & a guest panel of Our Divine Masculine Counterparts
A Credo for My Relationships with Others:
''You and I are in a relationship which I value and want to keep. We are also two separate persons with our own individual values and needs. So that we will better know and understand what each of us values and needs, let us always be open and honest in our communication.
When you are experiencing a problem in your life, I will try to listen with genuine acceptance and understanding in order to help you find your own solutions rather than imposing mine. And I want you to be a listener for me when I need to find solutions to my problems. At those times when your behavior interferes with what I must do to get my own needs met, I will tell you openly and honestly how your behavior affects me, trusting that you respect my needs and feelings enough to try to change the behavior that is unacceptable to me.
Also, whenever some behavior of mine is unacceptable to you, I hope you will tell me openly and honestly so I can try to change my behavior. And when we experience conflicts in our relationship, let us agree to resolve each conflict without either of us resorting to the use of power to win at the expense of the other’s losing. I respect your needs, but I also must respect my own. So let us always strive to search for a solution that will be acceptable to both of us.
Your needs will be met, and so will mine–neither will lose, both will win. In this way, you can continue to develop as a person through satisfying your needs, and so can I. Thus, ours can be a healthy relationship in which both of us can strive to become what we are capable of being. And we can continue to relate to each other with mutual respect, love and peace.
Dr. Thomas Gordon Copyright 1978 Gordon Training International