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***Official Call for Parole***
Our Family from Philadelphia was connected to the teller of their story, Honorable Mumia Abu Jamal! These Strong Minded Family Members has a rich history under the teachings and guidance of the Resting Father, The Honorable Mr. John Africa!
The system locked these Beautiful People away and has refused to release them for over 3 Decades...and today we say no more!!!
Join us as we hear the details of this Family of ours and then see how we can assist with the Freedom trail for our Africa Fam...in Love & Service
Join Ogod,Solarmind, &Sistah Renee, Tuesday Jan 12th, as we discussed the political prisoners in our community. Listen/Comment/Question @ (619) 924-0694 press 1 to speak, or hear us online by clicking the link>>>> http://www.blogtalkradio.com/intheblackradio/2016/01/13/free-all-political-prisoners
January 5, 2016
Mississippi Prisoners Family & Friends are meeting along with the Citizens who want a safer community.
Eudora Welty Library
300 N. State St.
Jackson, Ms. 39201
Press Conference: 11:30a.m.
State Capitol Building
400 High St.
Jackson, Ms. 39201
Contact Info: 601)345-1674
Mississippi Southern Belle
They can lock us down but they can't hold us down. We are going to pay respect to some of our political prisoners and speak on how they try to create propaganda's in hopes of turning their own people away. A political prisoner is someone imprisoned because they have opposed or criticized the government responsible. The term is used by persons or groups challenging the legitimacy of the detention of a prisoner. Supporters of the term define a political prisoner as someone who is imprisoned for his or her participation in political activity. If a political offense was not the official reason for detention, the term would imply that the detention was motivated by the prisoner's politics.
Listen to The Political Cesspool Radio Program LIVE Saturday, Jan 9, 6-9p CST
As a matter of fact, The Political Cesspool Radio Program was the FIRST broadcast to conduct a live interview about the takeover of the government facility in Oregon. You read that correct. Our show was covering that breaking news on the air before anyone else. Click here to read about how we did it. What news will we make or break tonight? There’s only one way to find out. Click here (or here) to listen live online. (Saturdays, 6pm – 9pm CST)
Join us Sunday night as we talk about major news and political events of the week, including the LAUSD school closure, the first Fed rate hike in over a decade, and the Sanders campaign fallout with the DNC. We will also have a panel of local political guests to give us their impression of the latest Presidential debates, including who they think won and who they believe should wrap up their campaigns.
We will also be starting our candidate spotlight segment as we kick-off the 2016 campaigning season. Our first guest will be Marcus Musante (D), who is running to replace Congressmember Janice Hahn as the representative for the 44th District, which includes Compton, Carson, Wilmington and most of San Pedro.
Join us online at 6pm PST or call in at 646-787-1878 to listen or ask questions of our guests.
Ruthless is a good thing. Especially if you know how to be ruthless in everyday life. Let's kick it about this idea when it comes to getting at women. It's an art in 'taking no prisoners'
Jimmy Carter is still teaching Sunday school in his 90s. He has built a lot of habitats for humanity houses. He keeps on trudging onto the eternal light. Who else can set an example? This year we look to leaders who will guide us to better decisions to determine our future. We discuss the course of our religious values and sources of inspirations among the vast field of candidates beyond Trump. All three co hosts somehow get into a metaphor of greed of how the L.A. aqueduct system drained Owens Lake in Calif. We talk about political campaign donor limits and more....
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The decision could send a large number of prisoners home and back into our neighborhoods.
The Michigan Parole Board would then be pressured into granting parole for more prisoners who have served and who are deemed less likely to cause reputable harm to others upon release.
The new policy is a change in many politicians’ attitude towards curbing crime in the state. The 1980s and 1990s saw a rise in funding for prisons and an increase in law enforcement to address crime and bolster the now current mammoth prison system.
Gov. Rock Snyder is in support of the bill despite push back from Attorney General Bill Schuette and law enforcement officials. The decision was 67-39.
Many attribute the new policy to the uncontrollable increase in funding of the prison system that is costing the state so much money. The state is facing a need for funding to address other pressing public matters such as roads and education.
The cost of the state prison system is now estimated at $2 billion with more than 43,000 inmates. The new bill is expected to save the state $75 million annually during the next five to 10 years.
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