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  • 02:05

    Do we understand The 1st Amendment guarantees freedoms “redress of grievances?’

    in Politics Conservative

    The right to petition government for redress of grievances is the right to make a complaint to, or seek the assistance of, one's government, without fear of punishment or reprisals..

    We, the people, are once again engaged in a great struggle trying to restrain the efforts of unjust, unauthorized, and unconstitutional leadership, which is attempting to force us to abandon our liberty and our 1789 Constitution and then be operated under a world government system.  We are obligated to defend our liberty ourselves, and to reverse the ill gains of those who have sought to destroy our nation’s Constitutional fabric, with all its benefits, limitations, and its rightful protections.  Former and present, once-trusted officials have dared to negate our natural unalienable rights which were endowed upon us by our righteous and divine Creator.   They have been gradually transferring us under a different form of government, which is not with our consent, nor to our liking.  Two completely different governmental systems, total opposites, now occupy the United States. One is our true and rightful system, and the other is a parallel government which was designed to eliminate the great charters instituted by our nation’s founders.  The goal behind this subversion is to deny us the use of liberties, principles and safeguards that were won on our behalf in the Revolutionary War.  

    Before entering on so grave a matter as the destruction of our national fabric, with all its memories, its benefits, its hopes, would it not be wise to ascertain WHY we do it?  ….Abraham Lincoln



  • 01:09

    Q&A: Conservative Allies, Grading Fairly, Unearned Guilt, and More

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on conservative allies in politics, flunking a student, guilt about refusing requests, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Question 1: Aren't politicians like Ted Cruz and Rand Paul allies in the struggle for liberty? 

    Question 2: Should a professor pass a student who deserved to flunk for fear of reprisals? 

    Question 3: How can I overcome feelings of unearned guilt about refusing other people's requests? 

    To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

  • 01:21

    Wise Woman Media for 6/20/14--Author and Investigative Reporter, Janet C. Phelan

    in Politics

    For tonight's show we welcome returning guest, Journalist, Author and Investigative Reporter, Janet C. Phelan. We will be talking about her latest book, EXILE. Snowden is not the only American living in exile because of fear of reprisals by the American government. Janet's story is one of many that has remained unreported until now. This will be a LIVE SHOW, so feel free to call in to ask our guest questions or to comment.

    A bit about the book and Janet's story:

    "In the year 2000, an out of work reporter is approached by a man who is not whom he appears to be. Lured into a romantic affair with him, the reporter is soon to lose everything—her family, her home, her country and nearly her life.

    EXILE is the true story of Janet Phelan, who fled the US after the attempts to permanently silence her went awry. The lengths to which the intelligence community will go to cover their tracks is revealed in this memoir. The ultimate question—what is the meaning behind this grave assault on an American citizen—unfolds as the story is told."

    See this complete show description, archived shows, links to our social networks and ways to contact us to suggest guests or give feedback at our site: WISE WOMEN MEDIA.

  • 01:20

    INCLUSION: Faith- Why Do You Believe What You Believe?

    in Spirituality

    What is faith? What do we believe, and why? Do we as Christians believe in Christ because we are amazed by how well He knows us... even the number of  the hairs on our head? Or, do we believe because of what we have seen Him do... the miracles, the healings, the blessings, etc.? Why do we believe, is it in fear of the reprisals that await those who don't... eternal damnation, defeat and failure in this world, so on and so forth?

    Well, we will address the question, as always, through what the Word of God has to say about faith, and the reasons that it gives for believing.

    Its a question of F A I T H - Faith

  • 00:32

    Courage to Live Your Life

    in Lifestyle

    Courage is tough thing at times, we can minimise our own courage for fear of retribution, fear of reprisals fear of failure and fear of success. Living a life with courage, staying true to beliefs, speaking out for injustice....our show today is about courage.

    Be the person someone wants to be with, dont yearn for something you cannot be. Like attracts like, and if you want better, be better.


    My music is supplied Royalty Free from chanredfield on Fiverr

  • 01:01

    CER Monday - Christian Profiling

    in Religion

    Christian street preachers are being arrested in the United States, the United Kingdom, and other parts of the world. It appears that police, in a brazen and unlawful attempt to quiet street preachers is using arrest, detention, interrogation, and threats of future reprisals to accomplish their goals.
    Special Guest: Pastor Josh Williamson of Craigie Reformed Baptist Church, in Perth, Scotland. Pastor Williamson was recently arrested for preaching the gospel on the streets of Perth.

  • 01:35

    TONIGHT 05/02 09:00PM CDT – “Full Court Press”

    in News

    TONIGHT 05/02 09:00PM CDT – “Full Court Press”
    The latest events in the Boston bombing and those who were said to be conspirators  with the Tsarnaev brothers, not to mention other revelations that have since been brought to light.  The fact that all we communicating during the incident.  We still don’t know the whereabouts of the Saudi National, Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi.  We do know that after 16 hours that the younger Tsaraev brother was Mirandized without the knowledge of the FBI with approval or orders of the DOJ.  Question is Why?  It was known that in special cases involving the lives of others who may be in danger by perhaps other hidden explosives that the law gives enforcement officers for security reasons have 48 hours to obtain as much information regarding such collaborators before ‘lawyering’ up.
    We also find out is this week that Benghazi has some “whistleblowers” who have found representation in lieu of threats and reprisals if they come forward including prosecution.  The have representation now who must get clearance to investigate briefs involving that case.  Of course the Administration is and will stonewall on this case, just as Carney interjected Benghazi was a long time ago (7 months) and implied of no longer any relevance to be investigated further. Truth is, I believe we are on the precipice of the “BIGGEST” cover-up in American Political History. 
    We will discuss these topics and others tonight.
    Please Join Us, “On the End Within”.

  • 00:44

    The Forgiveness Cycle

    in Spirituality

    In Genesis Chapter 50, Jacob has been buried and Joseph's brothers fear reprisals from Joseph as a result of their past betrayals.  Their betrayals led to Joseph's enslavement and ultimate imprisonment.  The brothers fear that Joseph will retaliate against them for the wrongs they committed.  Joseph seeks to reassure his brothers that they are forgiven. 

  • 00:33

    LEARN what Black People Did For You! The Voting Rights Act !

    in Culture

    In the century following Reconstruction, African Americans in the South faced overwhelming obstacles to voting. Despite the Fifteenth and Nineteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, which had enfranchised black men and women, southern voter registration boards used poll taxes, literacy tests, and other bureaucratic impediments to deny African Americans their legal rights.
    Southern blacks also risked harassment, intimidation, economic reprisals, and physical violence when they tried to register or vote. As a result, African Americans had little if any political power, either locally or nationally. In Mississippi, for instance, only five percent of eligible blacks were registered to vote in 1960.
    It is so important to understand as Black people, what others did for US.. and it is our duty and obligation to move FORWARD not backwards.  My lifes goal is to do what I can to MAKE MY PEOPLE BETTER.  But if we don't know who we really are, we don't really know what we are working for. 
    Help me make the Black Race BETTER!

  • 00:34


    in Lifestyle

    Guest Speaker: Dialdancer
      Vindication of Michael is not new.  It has always been an “attempt to vivisect lies” “ working to restore his reputation” by making  the public aware there is more to the story than told and more to the man than just troubled times.   We’ve just incorporated new tools and a modified approach with the old to deal with a Mainstream Media gone Tabloid.     But the idea of publicly vindicating Michael remains the same regardless of advocacy group(s) name or location.   Another group which is to become a pivotal point of vindication is Anti-Defamation Legacy Law Group(CadeFlaw).       CadeFlaw was inspired by a desire to bring about a change in what has become an accepted practice of slander without ethical boundaries nor concern for legal reprisals as the dead cannot bring civil action.     Having the California Anti-Defamation Legacy Law will become an Advocate’s newest tool in the Vindication effort.

  • 03:00

    Global Security Matters

    in Politics

    ADRIAN MORGAN, Editor of Family Security Matters, discusses issues of Islamism, security, terrorism, and dhimmitude from a global perspective.
    Every Friday evening from 6 pm Eastern Time until 8 pm.
    Tonight, after a French satirical magazine is firebombed and jihadists from Tunisia and Egypt threaten reprisals against France if the publication continues, the subject of cartoons, censorship, blasphemy and Islam will be discussed.
    After death threats and murders in the name of Islam, are we being bullied into submission? Are we too scared to offend, or are we just scared of being attacked?
    Listen in to the show, and call in to join in the discussion.
    Telephone: (347) 857 – 1380.