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Co-hosts Tracey and Cliff discuss the importance of minority involvement in all levels of politics. They are joined in the discussion by Former State Treasurer Chip Flowers and a representative from a local school board. During Hour 2 of the show Co-hosts will recap the first Democratic Party debate.
Liberal mentality is only Big Government can protect, feed, clothe, house & educate minorities
Taking guns away from them will not reduce crime. It may well increase the theft of guns and trafficking of illegally obtained guns. Labeling all minorities as criminal just to take guns away; wow democrat who knew that you hate minorities this much. It does prevent law abiding minority persons having the means to defend themselves against the criminal element. It will slightly alter the ratio of shot dead criminals to shot dead innocents in favor of the criminals. Taking guns away from criminals does not keep them from having guns.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg reportedly argued Friday that guns need to be kept out of the hands of minorities in order to keep them alive. While speaking at the Aspen Institute, Mr. Bloomberg, 72, said 95 percent of murders fall into a specific category: a male minority between the ages of 15 and 25, The Aspen Times reported.
Cities need to get guns out of this group’s hands and keep them alive, the former three-term mayor said, according to The Times.
“These kids think they’re going to get killed anyway because all their friends are getting killed,” said Mr. Bloomberg, who funds the gun-control advocacy group Every town for Gun Safety. “They just don’t have any long-term focus or anything. It’s a joke to have a gun. It’s a joke to pull a trigger.”
Mr. Bloomberg brought up the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk practices, recalling a time during his last year in office when a Baptist minster in Harlem invited him to speak at their church, The Times reported.
The educational gap that is present within urban communities is causing a steep divide within the overall STEM industry. A lack of exposure, academic support and resources are hindering the posibilities of minority youth within the STEM industry. President Obama has noticed the void and gap and developed an initiative to combat it.Highlighting the notion that if America wants to compete with other countries our youth must be able to embrace a technological, scientific, mathmatic and engineering platform to ensure our place as a world trailblazer. Tonight we are going to address why there is a gap within urban schools andhow we can enrich youth with oppurtunities to advance within STEM.
We're discussing opportunities for minorities in the research sciences field with Dr. Terrence Lewis, Ph.D., MD.
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As the world continues to evolve into a seemingly increasingly egalitarian place, we at KNOT recognize that there will also be an “other” – so we dedicated this show to exposing the many “others” and why the distinctions are not only arbitrary, but divisive and harmful. We will discuss topics such as civil rights, “gay” marriage, immigration, racism, marginalization of minorities, White privilege, political affiliation, gun control, and more. Call in and weigh in on the topics with us. Make your voice heard!
Today Dakota discusses why the why of the Bengghazi attacks is so very, VERY vital.
America's is the world's last stop on the way to a leftist, delusional, utopian, New World Order where government is God.
When a large group of people are so enamored with any given leader, the leader and his or her administration is able to infllict mortal wounds from within.
In addition, the fact that more Americans are NOT staying the course where the way the Benghazi case was handled is not only tragic, but also frightening, damaging and even damning.
The Consititution deserves justice as well as "Safe space" from which it can operate.
> de facto world police by stating so unequivocally, "We will get the filmmaker."
Adamancy toward the end that savagery should ever be blamed on a film or any other artwork, hopefully will not become the
catalyst that brings the world down. I truly believe we should send all of America's progressive children to an impovershed area, perhaps war torn area of the Middle East to determine whether or not libs are incapable of being corrected via their own eyes - a firsthand account of hardly fair wages, the mistreatment of women, and freedom of speech and relgion.
No good can come out of having blamed actual savagery on a film or any other art form - period!
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Sports Talk hosted by The Godfather, at 8 pm Eastern Standard Time. Today we will talk to Samuel Radford. Samuel Radford is the President of the Buffalo School District Parent Coordination Council. He will talk about a number of things not only the parents complaints. But the unequal representation of minorities in section 6. It includes coaching,refereeing,and those on the section 6 board. Everyone deserves a chance to speak and we will hear his points and concerns. Follow us on Twitter @TWMedia 44. Like us on FB Trenton White Sports