• 02:59

    Throwback Thursdays With Boss Queen Love Harris Parental Punishments

    in Radio

    Welcome to Throwback Thursdays with me your Host Boss Queen Love Harris. Let's take it back to the butt whoopings and punishments! Man they were the worse! I wanna know what was the worse punishment you had.Come kick it with me an the other callers. This will be soooooooo much fun! Call in at (347) 857-4391 and press 1 to speak to me. I look forward to this. And plus, as usual, the game we play, "Don't Forget The Lyrics". I play the track, I stop the track, you finish the track! It's Kings vs. Queens! So rep who you with!

  • 01:01

    Your Child Is Not Your “Friend” laying down the ground rules

    in Parents

    One of the most challenging aspects of raising a teen is setting fair ground rules that your teen will respect and obey. Teenagers are inherently rebellious and could engage in unsettling behavior without a concise set of rules from their parents or guardians. It is imperative that you set specific rules and consequences while clearly communicating them to your teen. Conveying what the specific consequences will be can help you avoid arguments about any arbitrary punishments that you devised after the rule was already broken. Here are a few other tips you can follow when setting your rules:


    Be Consistent - Choosing to ignore a broken rule will cause accountability issues with your child and lead them to believe they can pick and choose which rules to follow. 


    Set Rules on Communication - Smart parents set guidelines on when a teen needs to contact them. For instance, if they have permission to be at a friend's house, they must call for permission to go to another hang-out spot. Also, it could be beneficial to require them to always pick up calls or return text messages from you on their cellular phone.


    Get Them Involved - If possible, make your child feel part of the decision making process by negotiating different rules and consequences with them.


    Make Yourself Available - Teens should never be afraid to call you for a ride or advice if they are in an unpleasant situation. Reward Good Behavior - Positive reinforcement can be a wonderful deterrent to your child breaking the rules.


    Possession is the Same as Using - Implement a zero tolerance rule about a child having substances that are illegal or not allowed in your home. This will avoid the "it belongs to a friend" excuse and avoid the slippery slope of letting a child think its okay for them or their friends to possess a troublesome substance.

  • 02:00

    The Frat House Sports Show #165

    in Sports

    The Frat House Sports crew is back behind the microphones, raring to go. So buckle up because it is one fast paced show, with a variety of sports chat going on!


    Could THIS be the most disgraceful NCAA revelation yet?! Emails released this week indicate that the NCAA blackballed Penn State into accepting fines and punishment after the Sandusky scandal came to light. The thought being that the school would be “embarrassed” and “willing to do anything” and accept the punishments. This revelation brings many questions up: Did the NCAA overstep its boundaries? Is this kind of punishment really within the power of the NCAA?


    NASCAR has just two weeks left before the end of the season and things are heating up on the track—and we don’t just mean tires and engines! Tempers flare at the end of the race at Texas Motor Speedway, resulting in thrown punches, pushing and shoving between Keselowski, Gordon and others. In between this roadside brawl, did we mention…ANOTHER non chaser won the race in Jimmie Johnson?! What happens at Phoenix International Speedway this coming race is up in the air at this point, but bets are high that Keselowski ends up in a wall.


    Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice both had hearings this week, regarding their behavior off the field. The effects of those hearings and their futures within the NFL hang in the balance and have many wondering: What’s next? Will either see the field this year, or even ever? Or are new teams in the cards for each player?


    We've got "4 Minutes of Football" + more as we "pick 'em" on games: Dolphins-Lions; 49ers-Saints; Bills-Chiefs; Bears-Packers in NFL's Week 10!


    Got a comment or a few? Jump right in with the guys at 347 - 826 - 9964!

  • 01:00

    Pelegon Atlantis and Lemura The Giza Intelligences

    in Spirituality

    28/The return of the descendants of those once escaped, was done again under the leadership of a god, whose govern­ment built Mu as well as the Smaller- and Greater­-Atlantis. 29/Greater-Atlantis and Mu were then the two biggest cities ever built on Earth, and for the sake of peace, were built on two different contin­ents. 30/Again a high culture developed and every­thing began to flourish. 31/For thousands of years unity and peace ruled, until once more some scientists degenerated in their thirst for power. and were trying by all means at their disposal to fear to themselves the top leadership. 32/But the people, remembering the wars of their forefathers, revolted against the power-hungry scientists, and these had to flee. 33/With the help of some sympathetic allies, they were able to take possession of Several spaceships, and they vanished out into space. 34/Calculated in earth years, this was a bit more than 133,000 years ago. 35/During the next two millenniums, these evil-minded refugees lived in a neigh­boring solar system, produced many descendants and developed high technologies, which offered huge pos­sibilities for them. 36/But they raised these dependents in hate and thirst for revenge, because they wanted to bring the Earth under their govern­ment and control. 37/The hate and passion for re­venge by the descendants was always incited and driven by their government so far, that among their own ranks a certain order could only be maintained by very troublesome and cruel punishments. 38/In this way a nation of wicked and beastial character arose. .

  • 02:02

    Corporal Punishment (Ep. 219)

    in Sports

    The NFL is still in clean-up mode after yet another one of its stars has made huge news off the field.  We'll discuss Adrian Peterson's indictment on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child and the subsequent spectacle the NFL has created in trying to dole out punishments for this case, in addition to the Ray Rice, Greg Hardy, and now Jonathan Dwyer cases.  


    We'll also discuss RG3's latest injury with podiatrist Dr. Monique Rolle, college football with Fred Perdue of Sports Talk Florida, as well as week 2 ON THE FIELD in the NFL.


    Sit back, relax, and get ypur popcorn ready for another wild 2 hours in The War Room.


    "This portion of th erevolution WILL NOT be televised, but EVERYBODY can listen."


    Don't miss it!!!

  • 00:30

    OUR LORD, THE LIGHTNING ROD

    in Christianity

    We explore what was really done at the cross when Jesus Christ took on all of our sins, curses, diseases, poverty, shame, rejection and punishments at the cross; and how we took on His righteousness and blessings by Grace... Thursday at 4pm EST / 3pm CST / 2pm MST / 1pm CST

  • 02:59

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE LAW PART II

    in Culture

    Domestic violence is considered one of the most pressing issues in American society. Everyone quotes the statistics given by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: 1 in 4 women will be victims of domestic violence at some point in their lives, 1.3 million women are assaulted by their partner every year, 85% of domestic violence reported is against women. However, in a conflicting survey taken by the CDC in 2010, it was found that 40% of the victims of severe, physical domestic violence are men.


    The media and government focus the most attention on the female victims of domestic violence. Men are largely silent on the issue because of the perception that men are physically stronger and should be able to subdue a female attacker easily. Those men who do report physical violence are more likely to be ridiculed–both by law enforcement and by the public–than women are. 


    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was the first major law to help government agencies and victim advocates work together to fight domestic violence, sexual assault, and other types of violence against women. It created new punishments for certain crimes and started programs to prevent violence and help victims. Over the years, the law has been expanded to provide more programs and services.


     

  • 02:52

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE LAW

    in Culture

    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was the first major law to help government agencies and victim advocates work together to fight domestic violence, sexual assault, and other types of violence against women. It created new punishments for certain crimes and started programs to prevent violence and help victims. Over the years, the law has been expanded to provide more programs and services. 


    Domestic violence is considered one of the most pressing issues in American society. Everyone quotes the statistics given by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: 1 in 4 women will be victims of domestic violence at some point in their lives, 1.3 million women are assaulted by their partner every year, 85% of domestic violence reported is against women. However, in a conflicting survey taken by the CDC in 2010, it was found that 40% of the victims of severe, physical domestic violence are men.


    The media and government focus the most attention on the female victims of domestic violence. Men are largely silent on the issue because of the perception that men are physically stronger and should be able to subdue a female attacker easily. Those men who do report physical violence are more likely to be ridiculed–both by law enforcement and by the public–than women are. 


    http://domesticviolencestatistics.org/men-the-overlooked-victims-of-domestic-violence/


    http://womenshealth.gov/violence-against-women/laws-on-violence-against-women/


    http://womenshealth.gov/violence-against-women/laws-on-violence-against-women/

  • 01:02

    Prohibition! The Never-ending War ON WEED; can we give up?

    in Entertainment

    Everybody from the FBI to the DEA has tried to put the squash on the illegal drug game but it perseveres. Many are starting to say, hey if you can’t beat um join um! State after State is beginning to examine lightening punishments or even decriminalizing marijuana. Should the government chill on this war on drugs and start making some extra change? Or should we keep fighting a losing battle? Mskitty wants to know do you blow? And if so call in and justify your high! Meow Bitches

  • 00:30

    Ferguson Is On Track to Changing Policing Across America and Much More

    in War

    There's a movement growing across America. The movement is on track to change a lot of things that are required for the best America ever. One of the ways this movement will end in the best America ever, is that all Americans will be included. The movement began in Ferguson Missouri. This will be a first. America has come a long ways but justice for all Americans has never been part of the fabric of America as will be required this time. When we speak of justice likely the mind goes toward the courts. Well justice in the courts is at the top of the list. But justice begins with truth and righteousness. When we think in this manner about justice the average working person, who is the backbone of America will realize immediately, justice has not prevailed and the result has not been things that are good.  every includes all Americans. There are four area where we are going to see justice prevail across America as a direct result of the young people of Ferguson standing up for justice. The stand taken by the up and rising society of Ferguson will not be welcomed by all, but in decades to come, all America will benefit. The same thing happened in the 1960's when there were demonstrations for freedom of blacks to get jobs, eliminate police brutality, right to vote without losing jobs and life. Ferguson is actually fighting a fight that has aleady been fought. The difference is no water hose, but guns, and not all blacks see themselves as being in the shoes of Ferguson. Some people are blaming Ferguson for where they are today. The fact is America is in America today, more than ever before corporations are ruling our ever move. From conception to education, to punishments to economics, to inheritance. ALEC is the organization that controls America and ALEC is the organization that has to be put out of business. The only way to cease the practices of ALEC in America is to vote out the GOP.

  • 00:58

    End Whining—Without Threats, Bribes, or Punishments

    in Parents

    What's keeping your good parenting from being GREAT parenting?


    Find out with Carol Tuttle—acclaimed alternative psychotherapist, best-selling author of 4 books, and the creator of Energy Profiling and Dressing Your Truth—as she helps you revolutionize your approach to parenting.


    You will better raise your children true to their natures by using Carol's revolutionary Energy Profiling system. Plus, she'll teach you energy healing methods to empower your children's well-being.


    Carol invites you to call in with your questions during the live broadcast. Her expert advice and hearfelt support will help you become a conscious, intentional parent that creates a supportive experience for everyone in the family—including parents.


    Want to ask a question before the show? Send Carol an email: parenting@liveyourtruth.com


    Learn more about Carol's Best Selling parenting book, "The Child Whisperer" at www.thechildwhisperer.co


    Learn more about Carol at www.thecarolblog.com

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