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  • 00:40

    ADHD Acceptance: It Shouldn’t Be Passive Resignation

    in Self Help

    The key to helping those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is to improve functioning. But what about other challenges? What about the challenges that still remain, even after effective treatment and consistent strategies? In this episode Dr. Ari Tuckman, PsyD (http://www.adultadhdbook.com), talks about acceptance with host ADHD and attention coach Jeff Copper. Is acceptance disempowering? Is it passive resignation? No, says Dr. Tuckman. Tune in to this interview to learn more!

    Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.

    Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff, go to http://www.digcoaching.com. 

  • Brian and Paige Discuss Boehner Resignation

    in Politics Conservative

    Yay!  Boehner is going!  Celebrate with us or call in with your thoughts on it.

  • 01:07

    Steve Spurrier Resignation: Remembering the Head Ball Coach

    in College & High School

    With Steve Spurrier resigning, we at the GABACast do our best to make sense of why Steve retired, what it means for the future of South Carolina football, and look back at some of the HBC's finest moments. Lucky for you, we had a former player join us for to give some of his insight on Steve Spurrier and what he meant to the program. Former University of South Carolina tight end Andy Boyd was generous enough to come onto the GABACast and share what the transition from Lou Holtz to Steve Spurrier was like for him, what Steve means to the program, how Steve impacted his personal football career, and what the future of South Carolina looks like. 

  • 01:30

    The role played by the Star Tribune in the resignation of Norwood Teague

    in News

    The Ron and Don Show alleges reporter Amelia Rayno of the Star Tribune is not telling the full story. Let's go back to 2013; a reporter from Boston (Rayno) arrives in Minneapolis to cover the U of M athletics...this includes the strategic takedown of Tubby Smith by Rayno and  the Strib. Of course one must ask, how did Rayno become so "connected" with the university's athletic department and the politics within?

    On Wednesday night the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen will draw the picture of alleged corruption inside the Star Tribune, it's report(s) and Norwood Teague to prove the Strib attempted to put protection on the paper by the one-sided missive by their reporter. 

    The phone lines will be open. 

  • 01:55

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    YONKERS, NY – November 23, 2015 — Tuesday Co-hosts Richard Narog and Hezi Aris open the "featured" BlogTalkRadio program "Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris" this November 24, 2015th, and every Tuesday, at the top of the 10 o'clock hour EST. They engage in discussion, review, and analysis of issues specific to the City of Yonkers, as well as issues that sometime stray beyond the borders of the fourth largest city in the State of New York. This Tuesday will focus on the resignation / dismissal of Dr. Michael Yazurlo from Superintendent of the Yonkers Public School District.

    International and national news and analysis consumes the 11am to 12Noon hour with Hezi Aris.

    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during this weekly radio time slot. Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.

    Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/

  • 01:59

    Are you Xenophobic? Paris was it a bad assassination attempt? Pause refugees!

    in Politics

    Hr1   When Democrat Senator Diane Feinstein and MSNBC newscasters go against the President, you KNOW we have a problem. Talking Syrian refugees and ISIL.

    Sec. of State John Kerry says the Charlie Hebdo attack was because we aggravated the situation. Are you kidding me?

    Muslim refugees are now going on a hunger strike because their "new" host countries aren't giving them enough money. You can't make this stuff up!

    College kids are trying to take down another school president. This time at Occidental College. If they don't like the administration, go to another school! No one is forcing them to go to a specific college.

    hr2   Jenner awarded Glamour Magazine Woman of the Year. One writer says: “Glamour endorses the idea that men are better at being women than we are.”  Previous year recipient's husband sends her award back!

    Did you know ISIS has a help line for would-be jihadists?

    Man gets face transplant. Ouch!

    And another college tries to oust their president... Oxy United for Black Liberation at Occidental College lists 14 demands including a call for the “immediate” resignation the school’s president.

    Hr 3    The fact that we're concerned about Muslim extremists slipping in with actual refugees is a serious concern. That doesn't make us xenophobic, as some would claim.

    The Center for Immigration Studies says it will cost 12x more to resettle a refugee to the US than it would for a neighboring Middle Eastern country. Make sense to you? Geez...

    Dr. Gerard Lameiro suggests that the attacks in Paris were not just a terrorist attack against helpless citizens, but a coordinated attack meant to assassinate French President Hollande.

    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

  • 01:16

    Hurt's House : The Power of Protest

    in Sports

    Tonight we discuss the racial tension at Missouri University and the fallout after the resignation of the school president and Chancellor. We will also discuss the 30 for 30 documentary on Evander Holyfield vs Mike Tyson why it was both good and bad. Oh yeah, I guess the Redskins have to be discussed.

  • Blackout Radio Student Movement

    in National

    HIGHER EDUCATION 12:52 PM NOV 13, 2015

    Mizzou’s Racial Gap Is Typical On College Campuses
    Blacks are underrepresented at universities nationwide.


    University of Missouri students, during a campus forum in Columbia, Missouri.
    University of Missouri students, during a campus forum in Columbia, Missouri.
    Thousands of college students across the country on Thursday joined protests demanding that their schools do more to address racism and discrimination on campus. Students at many campuses are calling for an increase in the diversity of faculty and more resources to help minority students succeed. The data suggests that they have a point: Colleges across the country are far less diverse than the communities they serve.

    The protests began at the University of Missouri, where top administrators resigned Monday following weeks of student strikes and demonstrations, and at Yale, where students have engaged in public verbal battles with faculty over racial insensitivity. At Claremont McKenna College in California, student demonstrations and a hunger strike forced the dean of students to resign Thursday. At Ithaca College in upstate New York, students are demanding the resignation of the college’s president over his handling of racial issues on campus. And colleges across the country are scrambling to schedule forums, convene task forces or find other ways to address rising student unrest.

  • 02:02

    Interview with the Founder: Halif Khalif Khalifah

    in Current Events

    Tune in tonight to hear an exclusive interview with the founder of the Nat turner Library Radio show, Elder Baba Halif Khalif Khalifah. Elder Khalifah has accomplished much in the liberation struggle for the rise of the Black man and woman of North America. He is a man of many titles and many abilities. tonight we will get more familiar with him. Also, we will discuss the recent events at the University of Missouri and the aftermath of the President's resignation. tune in tonight at 8pm est:

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  • 00:31

    Social Injustice or Just Racism

    in Current Events

    Prejudice, discrimination, and antagonism directed against someone of a darker skin color based on the belief that one's own race is superior has dominated the behavior of many Americans in the United States. Despite discrediting most of scientific efforts to elevate one race over another by people of European descent, small numbers of social scientists continue throughout the 21th century to argue the inborn shortcomings of certain races, especially Black people.  

    Recent news headliners have uncovered smothering hatred that “everyday” White Americans have for non-White Americans living in the United States. While talking to her family on November 4th at an Applebee’s restaurant, a Black American (immigrant from Africa) woman was attacked by a White American woman who smashed a beer mug into her face cutting her lip and nose badly. The White American objected to the Black woman speaking a language which was not English. Presidential candidate, Donald Trump, advocates building a wall along the United States borders to block Mexicans from crossing into America.

    There is a breakdown in trust between prominent Black community leaders such as ministers, athletic coaches and some parents and young Black Americans. The "twenty-somethings" are showing an awakening and a desire to confront the established racial practices in the United States of America. Recently,students at Yale University demanded recognition of disparities within that “austere” institution and "on-mass" addressed the newly appointed Black American Dean. Black American football players at Missouri University threat of a game boycott because of administration inertia about on-campus incidents of  racial slurs hurled at black students and feces smeared into the shape of a swastika on a wall in a residence hall resulted in an official's resignation. 

  • 02:11

    Money, Racism, Student Protests and The University of Missouri

    in Culture

    Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. Nov., 10th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network.  We’ll discuss the University of Missouri Protest/Boycott, the resignation of President Tim Wolfe and Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin.  What’s next?  Why some in main stream media clueless as to what the offenses were and why students wanted school President Tim Wolfe removed?  


    CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and listen to the podcasts.