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Tune in to Liberty with Shane Krauser and hear the issues of the day and the proposed solutions. Shane takes on the following issues during today's show:
1. Officer Darren Wilson avoided an indictment. However, did the prosecutors do the right thing by presenting the case to a grand jury in the first place?
2. What can we do to advance the cause of liberty? Listen in for some inspiring words.
3. One homeschooling parent is searched without a warrant and the court strikes back. Did the Fourth Amendment prevail?
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Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc. Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change.
Chicago police officer Frederick Collins believe he has a duty to bring fairness to the city of Chicago. Today he explains why he chose to run for Mayor. A resident of Chicago's west side, he has served on the police force for 21 years. He has been a member of the Local School Council, is active in the NAACP, and says he believes in putting people above politics. Can a police officer address issues of crime, violence, poverty, education and economic development? What does it really take to run a city?
This is discussing the verdict of the Mike Brown verdict of the show. A lot of people want to weigh in on it and speak their mind. How do you feel about Officer Wilson not being found guilty? Police brutality seems to be on the rise. Please call in and share your opinion. Hosted by Whitney and co hosted by Oshay. This should definitely be a good show.
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Karen Lynch. The original live interview was 11/07/14.
A poignant and humorous story of a young woman's journey from chaotic childhood to San Francisco police officer.
Karen Lynch was an unlikely person to become one of the first female cops in San Francisco. Raised by a counter-culture tribe in summer of love Haight-Ashbury, she was taught to despise "The Man." But when the San Francisco Police Department was forced by court order to hire women, she found herself compelled to prove to the world that women could cut it as cops, a betrayal that caused her police-loathing mother to brand her a Nazi. Good Cop, Bad Daughter is an often humorous, poignant adventure story of Karen's journey from pot-smoking Cal student, to Renaissance bar serving wench, to street cop. As she finds family and acceptance in a men's club that never wanted her as a member, she fears she will one day face her mother, not as a daughter but as an arresting officer.
Karen Lynch is a native San Franciscan. After graduating from UC Berkeley, she joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1981. She lives in Novato with her husband and their three children, including Kyra, who was the subject of an essay that won the 2012 Notes & Words national essay contest.
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Pat Coleman from D3football.com joins Frank Rossi and Greg Thomas in this special Selection Eve show that will attempt to replicate the NCAA Division III Football Selection and Bracketing process. During the live show, they will take your questions throughout the show to help those unfamiliar with the process understand how it works and to help those more familiar understand how the specific numbers apply to this year's field selection.
As another grand jury fails to indict it leaves us wondering is there a such thing as justice in America for those of us with brown skin. Many argue that we are living in a post racial society, where racism ceases to exist; but how can that be when another unarmed black man is tragically murder by those who are suppose to serve and protect. Those who have hidden behind their badges when they are videotape doing wrong. Eric Garner is just another example of how flawed and unjust the American judicial system is when it comes to facilitating justice for minorities. Please join Ray and Devon in this special presentation of Truf Bros. Radio as they welcome very special guests Toni Breedlove, Theo Brooks, Ramone Garrett, and Sam Lee as they discuss police brutality and minority injustice as Truf Bros Radio proudly presents our special presentation
"Officer Nightstick I Can't Breathe "
Was it fear or male ego?
Just in: Michael Brown's autopsy was a fraud. The guy that did the autopsy only has a B.A. from Kansas State and NO LICENSE. He works ALONE without a pathologist. He calls himself a professor (a lie) and the Chief Medical Assistant (so people think he is a doctor).
Love him or hate him, Sarge is a man who fully commits to whatever he believes in yet respects your right to disagree.
Even if you are rubbed the wrong way by his logic, he is still the man that you want by your side if you're fighting a common enemy.
That being said, the conversation that I had with him on this pleasant winter night was no less an intense affair, as a matter of fact, if there was any snowfall within the sound of his voice, surely it would have melted from the intensity of his words.
Tonight ol' Sarge meant business and he wasn't about to let the masses sway him from what he felt was the undisputed TRUTH!
While we started speaking on the corrosion of the family unit in the Black community and touched on the sanctity and benefits of marriage, it wasn't too long before Sarge kicked into full gear after I asked him about his feelings on the Ferguson Missouri situation with Officer Darren Wilson and Mike Brown.
What transpired in his reaction was nothing short of a force of nature as he aggressively explained why Officer Darren Wilson was 100% correct in his shooting and killing Mike Brown the way that he did.
Sarge also challenged anyone who feels any different to indulge him with the facts and not emotion as he welcomes a thorough debate with anyone who is willing to sit down with him to convince him otherwise.
Of course at this point I felt like Don King promoting a potential mega million dollar boxing match, but since the debate is not about money, it would be a spectacle to see Sarge in the heat of a verbal battle nonetheless!
A New York grand jury Wednesday opted not to indict a white policeman in the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man whose last words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for protesters who blamed his death on racial profiling and police abuse.
The decision, coming nine days after a Missouri grand jury declined to charge a white officer in the death of Michael Brown, drew swift reactions that reflected the passions that have increasingly surrounded such cases across the country.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other officials, anxious to avoid the violence that erupted in Ferguson after Officer Darren Wilson walked free, urged calm as activists called for demonstrators to converge at Times Square, Rockefeller Center and other landmarks.
De Blasio, whose wife is black, invoked their teenage son, Dante, and said his heart went out to Garner’s family.
“This is a subject that is never far from my family’s minds,” De Blasio said. “I’ve had to talk to Dante for years about the dangers he may face” and the special care he should take in his interactions with police.
President Obama said the case “speaks to the larger issues that we’ve been talking about now for the last week, the last month, the last year and, sadly, for decades, and that is the concern on the part of too many minority communities that law enforcement is not working with them and dealing with them in a fair way.”
“It’s time for us to make more progress than we’ve made,” Obama said. “I’m not interested in talk; I’m interested in action.”
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