• 00:30

    Minority Health Issues (Part 2) With Dr. Vera Stevens

    in Health

    Tune in for another broadcast this week as we address the issues affecting health and wellness and disparities in the minority community with Dr. Vera Stevens of Abundant Life Health & Fitness Center.

  • 00:30

    Irate, Tireless Minority - Above the Law

    in Politics Conservative

    Today's show is about the presidential candidacy declaration of Ms rodham-clinton and what it says about where we are as a nation. What is the chain of command and what is a person of good character to do?


     Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.


    Politics:  Title 18, section 101, subsection 2071 of US Code and The US Constitution


    Religion: Chain of command.


    Doing What's Right: DC switchboard  or just call them: 1-202-224-3121 and Office of the Inspector General hotline or, email at oighotline@state.gov, or phone at 1-800-409-9926 or 1-202-647-3320


     

  • 02:26

    T.I.M.E. 2 TALK (Technology Information for Minority Empowerment)

    in Social Networking

    Radio Show Wednesday, April 15, 2015
    6pm EST 3pm PST
    BlogTalk Radio
    "It's Real Talk Live"
    www.blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive


    Co-Host:
    eXTECH Vice-President William R. Mansfield


    Show:
    T.I.M.E. 2 Talk (Technology Information for Minority Empowerment)


    Topic:
    "How do we Develop a National Campaign to Retool America's Workforce to become more  Techno centric"


    www.extendingtechnology.com


    Special Guest: TBA


    To listen call
    1(347) 826-9457


    (Press #1 for questions or to talk on the air)

  • 01:57

    Who else believes that minimum wage employees are overpaid enough???

    in Politics Conservative

    We have our first Democratic nomination...Hilary Clinton.  I don't think this was such a big surprise.  What was her first political move; making the case for CEO pay vs middle class pay.  She goes to Chipolte and forgets to leave a tip.  I have heard all the arguments that Chipolte is not the kind of place where you leave a tip.  Neither is Subway but if they have a tip jar I leave a tip.  Since she is championing the middle class and better pay you would think leaving a tip would have been the first thing she would have done.  I can't believe that no one in her camp bothered to do it or even mention it to her to do.  I have been told that politics is more about public perception than the actual platform.  We have a CEO in Seattle who has decided to take a pay cut so his employees can receive better pay.  I don't have a problem since it is his company and he wants to provide an incentive to maintain his good employees but it sends the wrong idea to minimum wage workers who think they are worth more than their skills indicate.  There have been other police involved shootings and people are marching for justice.  You know how I feel about that but there are a few instances where I can see it being justified.  

  • 00:58

    CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS: Voting in America – What does it mean?

    in Politics

    Voting, one of the most important and basic rights we have in America,  continues to be a matter of concern, conversation and controversy


    Tonight on Critical Conversations host Lisa Ruth will be talking with Senior Political Editor Dr. Jim Picht and Communities Digital News staff writer Jim Eltringham about voting – what are American’s rights to vote, or not vote? Can the Government enact mandatory voting?


    Are voting ID laws constitutional and will they stop voting fraud?


    Why and Residents of  US protectorates, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, vote in primaries but not elections?


    They will be seeking the questions, and the answers, to these and other questions about every American’s most important and vital right – the right to form their democracy via their votes.



    Read more at http://www.commdiginews.com/communities-digital-news-hour/critical-conversations-voting-in-america-what-does-it-mean-38637/

  • 00:30

    Irate, Tireless Minority - Real ID, Candidates and a Little Help

    in Politics Conservative

    Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.


    Politics: How many candidates are there for president? Far more than the media lets on. Time to do our homework, America.


    Religion: The Real ID Act - Slipped in under the radar and being implemented the same way. On this one, the ACLU has it right. Papers please? 


    Doing What's Right: Today I am asking for a little help for some friends. Nadi and Rose Qamar lost their house in a fire on March 28th. Nadi is 98 and has been a musician for nearly all of that time. Rose is very active in the right to life movement and their community. They lost everything but their lives and the clotheson their backs. The insurance will not cover the rebuilding, much less the replacement of their stuff. A friend of theirs has set up a GoFundMe account. 

  • 00:54

    GOP is strategically protecting majority in Cong., writing off 2016 Presidency

    in Politics

    In an election, rule #1 for the voter is “remember that you are being told what that candidate believes you want to hear a person say.”  Live up to this voter rule, because the candidates will every stinking time.  No exceptions.  …well the exceptions always lose so they don’t count.  


    The GOP is not going to put forward a sincere effort to elect a president this year.  They will put forward a campaign field of candidates that will strengthen their power nationally.  That national prominence will then benefit them on their role in the House and Senate as they grapple with the Democrats.  Thus, the GOP is focusing on strengthening their position in the House and senate as a counter weight to the presidency.

  • 00:30

    Let's Focus on Minority Health Issues with Dr. Vera Stevens

    in Health

    Tune in Today & Next Week as we address Health Issues that impact the Minority Community!!!


    April is Minority Health Month!


    During April, we mark National Minority Health Month
    by raising awareness about the health disparities that
    continue to affect racial and ethnic minorities.

    This year's theme, Prevention is Power: Taking
    Action for Health Equity emphasizes the critical role
    of prevention in reducing health disparities. It is a
    call to action, a charge for all of us to unite
    towards a common goal of improving the health of
    our communities.                            

  • 00:31

    Irate, Tireless Minority - No honor among theives

    in Politics Conservative

    Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be


    Politics: 


    Bitcoin darkweb exchange closes and runs off with the money. Guess what? The only honor to be found among thieves is that which is to be had under threat of retaliation. 


    Religion:


    Indiana governor, freedom and love. Religious freedom in Indiana offends the LGBT agenda. HIV emergency declared in Indiana. 


    Doing What's Right:


    Stay at home motherhood knocked in new study.

  • 00:31

    UFC on Fox 15 recap, fighters jumping from UFC to Bellator? and more

    in MMA

    UFC on Fox 15 is in the books. Several stars shined but none shined brighter then Luke Rockhold. Did his performance vault him to the front of the line for a UFC middleweight title shot? Jacare Souza walked through his opponent as expected, he seems primed to challenge for the middleweight title as well. Who should be the one to fight the winner of the bout between UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort? Phil Davis jumped from the UFC to Bellator in an unusual move. Is his move a foreshadowing of things to come as changes to sponsor money are made?


    Listen to The Majority Decision every Sunday at 10 PM central time.   

  • 03:00

    Should #Voting Be Mandatory in U.S. Elections?

    in Elections

    Recently, President Obama discussed the idea of mandatory voting.  What do you think?  Should people be forced to get out and exercise the right to do something that people died for 50+ years ago?  If so, how do you go about doing it?  How do you convince a country full of people who would rather vote for American Idol than someone in Congress?



    Do you throw them in jail?
    Do you fine them?
    Do you give them more than just a Tuesday to vote?


    We'll also talk about the tragic story involving Anthony Stokes.  He was given a second chance at life with a heart transplant, but things we very wrong after his surgery.


    All of these things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!  "No experts.  Just opinions."


    Show No. 456


    Show scheduled for 75-90 mins.


    www.T2QRadio.com

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