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Michael Lane, host of the Like It Or Not radio podcast show, calls in to Liberty Drive for a truthful discussion of the biggest issues of the week. As the riots in Ferguson, Mo., appear to be ending, serious questions remain. Could the looting and violence have been avoided if we were told the truth behind the death of Michael Brown much earlier? Why did much of the nation again fall for a false narrative to ramp up racial tensions? We analyze the impact of Ferguson from multiple viewpoints.
The riots in Ferguson, MO over hte kllling by police of an unarmed black man has been international news for 2 weeks.
But will it impact the mid term elections?
Join us for another truth-telling episode of the RINO Hour of Power, with your host Rick Moran and co-hist tonight, Oregon political consultant Jeff Kropf.
Joining us for a discussion of Ferguson and politics will be Rod Kackley of PJ Media's election hub, The Grid.
The show streams live from *;00 - 9:00 PM Eastern time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
Please join us Sunday @10AM as we discuss the unrest in #Ferguson, white supremacy, America's response, protesting offline & online, and solutions.
We will have organizers from Organization for Black Struggle joining us. They are in Ferguson assisting those in need and offering a 7 point statement that will help facilitate solutions. They will also share with us information as to where we can send donations (financial & material).
Let's be part of the solution!!!
The dial-in number is 310-987-4273 to be a part of the conversation.
FERGUSON Mo. (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder met with community members in Ferguson, Missouri, on Wednesday and vowed a thorough civil rights probe into the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black teenager that has set off 11 nights of racially charged unrest.
Holder, the first African-American to head the Justice Department, met with students and then community leaders at a community college during a visit to Ferguson for a briefing on a Justice Department investigation into the Aug. 9 killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
He later met privately with Brown's parents at the St. Louis U.S. Attorney's Office, but no details of that session were immediately available.
The events in Ferguson are tragic. But they should also provide lessons for us.
These lessons should apply to all of us especially those who are in social media and who consider themselves part of the media.
I have not been to Ferguson. But there's a chance I may be there soon. I want to tell you about a crowdfunding project that is going on that I'm involved in. You will be seeing more soon. Check out my website www.JohnDaly.tv and also www.thebreakingnewsnetwork.com and www.BreakingFergusonNews.com
We are going to try to put citizen journalist tools in the hands of people in Ferguson Missouri. This way they can report the story is they see it. However we want to add journalistic skills and integrity and tools to the mix. So it's not just here's a video and put it up without context. There has to be reporting that goes along with it. I recently wrote a blog about not jumping to conclusions about what happened in Ferguson Missouri. My point: wait until all the evidence is in and all the evidence has been weighed in and analyzed. Yet on my Facebook and twitter pages the responses have been incredibly biased. When the initial autopsy reports came out saying that Michael Brown had been shot six times the conclusions of people on social media was incredibly wide. I won't go into them but let's just say that the conclusions of these people were based on incomplete information mixed with their own biases. Again my point: let's wait for all the analysis and the evidence to be reviewed before we make decisions. All we are doing on social media is muddying up the waters. If your aim is to get noticed by a certain group based on a certain list of biases, that's fine. But don't consider yourself an agent of the news and information that is helpful to the country. Some tips while posting.
A suburb of St. Louis, MO, Ferguson has been the focus of mainstream media outlets due to protests and riots which resulted from the death of Michael Brown, who was shot six times by Officer Darren Wilson. We'll be discussing the ongoing situation, police miltarization, and America's racism problem.
I will be talking to someone who not only witnessed the riots in Ferguson, Missouri but also was apart of the Mike Brown protests. Sometimes the news doesn't cover or show us all that we need or wish to see which is why I value personal interviews from people who were actually there to experience it! So many questions from the outside looking in that needs answers. Did the media show things like they actually happened? What was the overall vibe of the people of Ferguson? Did the riots bring about a change? Did the riots cause more harm than good? Was excessive forced used by law enforcement to control the crowds fair? These are just some of the questions I have for my guest. Tune in at 7pm EST. Phone lines will be opened at (347) 855-8637. Don't forget to follow me on Instagram @_beezy__
Recent events in Ferguson, MO have sparked racial tension and divide in our country and unfortunately in the church. Blogs and commentary from Christians and Pastors have created a wedge of differing views concerning what injustice is and isn't. How should we to deal with issues of perceived injustice or racism? When should Christians speak out concerning these things? Should, or is color a factor in how we are to respond to social issues? Is the gospel really the solution for man's social and spiritual problems?
Call 858.365.5507 to listen.
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