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  • 01:03

    Vote Trump

    in Politics Conservative

    Vote Trump


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  • 00:29

    Can Donald Trump Win ( with out ) the Women and Minority Vote ?

    in Current Events

    Folks Donald Trump and his supporters really believe he can be the " President Of The United States " with out the Women and Minority vote ! I never seen anything like it, he believes after offending Women, Mexicans, African Americans, Muslims and people with disabilities, he is going to win ? The truth is Donald Trump has a strong 30% hold of zealous supporters who believe in his fear mongering, just my opinion personally ! Most of his supporters have not realize that its impossible for him to win with out the Hispanic vote, who happened to be the biggest minority sur- passing African Americans ! If they want to make there point and views heard " Congratulations " they have did that but at what cost ? I say this, the only way Donald Trump can be " President " is if he and they out right steal the election by " Fraud " ! Congratulations Hillary Clinton for being the first female " President Of The United States " and I Thank Donald Trump for making it so easy !

  • 02:54

    Why Should Anyone Vote for Bernie Sanders? Special guest Benjamin Dixon

    in News

    The Bernie Sanders Show special guest Benjamin Dixon!  Why should anyone vote Bernie? The Tim Black At Night Show 1/29/16 - Call in 323-870-4064 Tim Black At Night Show airs everyday 9P Est.Tune In! http://www.TimBlackTV.com

  • 01:50

    The Liberal Redneck (Vote, Dammit!)

    in Politics Progressive

    Join LR, the Professor, Steve, and PD


    Thank you for keeping the faith and spreading the word on Facebook. Call in or join us in chat with a free Blog Talk Radio account. Share archived episodes with your friends on Facebook. Piss off those idiot Republicans by listening every week... LOUD! The Presidential Election is a process.  This process doesn't end until AFTER the Presidential Election.  When you bail out of the process before then, you are not only giving up a right that people have fought a died for, you might as well cast two votes for the Republicans!  The next POTUS will have a great impact on the SCOTUS and the future of our country for decades.  This isn't a popularity contest for Homecoming, this is our country.  Vote, Dammit, even if your favorite doesn't get the party's nod, your job is not done until you cast your ballot in November!


    This week:



    Legislators, Doctors, Business and Faith leaders say Texas is wrong!

    It's still deadly to go to the movies! WTF!

    Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas is more interested in Israeli money than the safety of U.S. citizens.

    Republican men should be able to grab a nursing mom's nipple according to family values rep Josh Moore of New Hampshire.


     


     

  • 01:51

    The Poor & Jesus: A Conflict In the Fields on The Sabbath

    in The Bible

     We have been told in western religious circles that Jesus of Nazareth and his disciples picked grain on the Sabbath to show and prove that the Sabbath day was no longer binding or needed. Western theology has made it appear that Jesus of Nazareth was in a religious struggle against 'Judaism' and he intended to bring about a 'new religion', which we call today Christianity. Jesus of Nazareth was not in a religious struggle against religious leaders, trying to prove to them that Moses, the law and the Sabbath, was no longer binding. We will seek to prove that the conflict in the field on the Sabbath was not a religious confrontation, but a confrontation dealing with the social political science of a class of people, who were poor and oppressed.

  • 00:06

    Become a United States, Register to Vote, and Vote in the 2016 Elections

    in Legal

    Become a United States, Register to Vote, and Vote in the 2016 Elections


    As a United States citizen (USC) voting is a basic right that we all should exercise. Too many of us ignore that basic right that we have. Please keep in mind that some people in some countries do not have the basic voting rights we have as USC. Please note, the 15th Amendment gave African American men the right to vote. Second, the 19th Amendment gives women the right to vote.  The 15th Amendment prohibits the state and federal governments from denying our rights to vote. If you are 18 or older and you are a USC, register to vote early and vote. If you are going to be out of your voting station for any reason, you may vote using an absentee ballot or you may vote early. In some states, State of Minnesota as an example, you may register to vote and vote on Election Day. Also your employer should accommodate you on Election Day, so that you may exercise your right to vote. If you vote for one candidate and that candidate did not win, that is fine. You would have made a statement that as to who you think should govern. If you feel that you qualify to become a USC, please give us a call 1-(763) 425 5447 or visit us www.m-jlawltd.com

  • 00:48

    WTV- What The Vote? Also The State of Black America

    in Politics Conservative

    Primary Politics- WTV?-what the vote?
    As primary season runs on, Iowa is finished, and it is on to the next state - politicians have shook enough hands, taken enough pictures, and voters have heard enough political speeches. The decision has already been made as to who won- can we only hope that we as the voters will be the real winners?-informed decisions, not emotional ones are what will hopefully turn this country around- not hype and ear splitting speeches-wtv?-choose wisely. Also the state of black America- who is black enough?

  • 00:51

    January Jones - Clyde McCulley -From Poor To Professor

    in Self Help

    Clyde McCulley was born in the small rural town of Benton, Arkansas about 25 miles outside of Little Rock, during WWII; The year was 1941. 


    Clyde was born in in a four room wood frame house. The youngest of six children, his brother, was 19 years older and the next youngest to him, a sister, was eight years older. There were three girls and three boys in all. His Daddy was sixty years old when Clyde was born, and his Mama was forty.


    He grew up in the religiously conservative, segregated South. His Daddy lost all of his money and was forced to move the family to Arkansas to be near relatives. He was disabled and could not work, but wouldn’t take public assistance. Clyde’s Mother made $15/week cleaning houses. The family tried to subsist on food grown on their five-acre plot. With an additional mouth to feed, the oldest two boys enlisted in the service to send money home.


     

  • 00:29

    Mike Connors talks about the Albany School vote

    in Politics

    Albany County ComptrollerMike Connors talks about the Albany School vote

  • 00:58

    A look at the Iowa vote the day after with Barry Casselman

    in Politics

    Guest:   Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor, joins me for a look back at Iowa's vote.........the polls were wrong..........a sequence of polls had Mr Trump beating Senator Cruz from 3-7 points....in fact the RCP average had Trump up by 4......on the Democrat side, the Sanders-Clinton vote was a tie......there were 6 coin flips to decide delegates........overall, Cruz had a big night because of a superb organization......Trump underperformed because he had no organization............Rubio turned on lots of voters in the last 72 hours......they are now off to New Hampshire and that's a totally different landscape.......Kasich is doing well in NH and could be in the final 4.......we will see next week..........and other election 2016 stories.......


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  • 02:02

    From Protest To Empowerment: Are You Registered To Vote?

    in Women

    Choosing a government leader is llke choosing a spouse: you try to select someone whom you believe has your best interest at heart, because they'll be making decisions that affect your life. If you have a government official in office that doesn't care about you, that's like being in an abusive marriage. You feel trapped, you're hurting, and they don't care. We have a collective responsibility to vote for good government leaders. Marching, picketing and protesting may get attention, but it doesn't elect a single government leader. Today's guests, Community Organizer Jedidiah Brown, creator of the investment project The First 50 and Citizens Action Illinois Co-Director William McNary discuss their efforts to organize people to move beyond protest marches and take control of their government by registering and voting.