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  • 00:29

    Be "Hard To Kill!!" ~ 4 Life!

    in Health

    Tune in to this powerful segment and learn how to overcome diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney problems and obesity naturally.  Bishop Solomon Butler from E. St. Louis shares powerful testimonies and information that is designed to make us all Hard To Kill!  Start by boosting your immune system 437% above baseline, and watch the body heal itself!

  • 00:34

    Spirits Assigned To Kill Leadership

    in Prayer

    This teaching is a critical to the hearing and understanding of the Body of Messiah (Christ). Increase in your strategy and skill in battle as Rabbi Khannah Josue' expounds on the spirits specifically on assignment to kill Leadership.

  • 00:30

    Where is my trophy?

    in Christianity

    As spring sports pop up like dandelines, it is a great time to realize most go pro in something other than t-ball!

  • 01:24

    To Kill A Mockingbird Weekly Book Discussion

    in Books

    The novel is renowned for its warmth and humor, despite dealing with the serious issues of reap and racial inequality.  The narrator's father, Atticus Finch, has served as amoral hero for many readers and as a model of integrity for lawyers.  One critic explains the novel's impact by writing, "In the twentieth century, To Kill A Mockingbird is probably the most widely read book dealing with race in America, and its protagonist, Atticus Finch, the most enduring fictional image of recial heroism" (Wikipedia.org)


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    Join us as we read through the book and discuss the chapters before Harper Lee releases her follow up to this iconic story during the turbulent times of racial inequalities post Southern Reformation in America.  You may have read the book many years ago, but I urge you to join us as we walk through the book together, 3 chapters a week.  The last week we'll have about 4 chapters to read, but we can do it!  Your voice is imporant so make sure to read the first 3 chapters and join us on March 10th and call in with your favorite passages of the week or your opinions. See you then and remember "it's a sin to kill a mockinbird," the one thing that doesn't show in the movie, but remains always in our minds!

  • 02:52

    LORETTA LYNCHING: THE ARCHITECT OF THE "SHOOT TO KILL POLICY"

    in Culture

    LORETTA LYNCHING: THE ARCHITECT  OF SHOOT TO KILL POLICY


    THE LOTUS PLACE RADIO SHOW W/ HISTORIAN & POLITICAL COMMENTATOR DR. RANDY SHORT


    TONIGHT, APRIL 23, 2015…10:30p C/ 11:30 p E…Call/Chat/Listen ~ 347-637-3074


     Today the senate confirmed Loretta Lynching as U. S. Atty. Gen.


    L. Lynching saved the BIG BANKS from failing & being prosecuted for their crimes and has approved the continued systematic killings of Black & Brown people. Is this why Obama selected her?


    The NAACP, AL “ Alice Cahrlatan” Sharpton, & other Niggah  preachers supported her and encouraged uninformed Black folks to support her nomination.


    Call in to share your thoughts


    Join in the lively discussions that always take place at THE LOTUS PLACE!               


    HOST ~THE LOTUS PLACE /BLACK ROSE        


    CO ~HOST /PRODUCER~DR.RANDY SHORT


    CREATIVE DIRECTOR ~QUEEN ZOLA


    MUSIC ~SAKHELE SESHIBE


    THE LOTUS PLACE


     

  • 00:30

    ScreenPicks Movie Reviews: Ex-Machina, Kill Me Three Times, Clouds of Sils Maria

    in Movies

    On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films: Ex-Machina, Kill Me Three Times, The Clouds of Sils Maria, and The Longest Ride

  • 01:06

    Innovations Designed to Control and Kill Us

    in Health

    Super courageous, research genius Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D, from MIT, will share her latest research dealing with cholesterol-sulfate. She will share her unique views of disease, the importance of sun exposure, Vitamin D, Autism, Alzheimer's, GMO’s, herbicides, statins and other current Big Business “innovations” designed to control and kill us.


    Because of her research she has incredible insights into the role that Big $$ corporations have on our health; from manufacturing poisons to infections/inflammations, immune suppression, cancer, brain malfunctions and deteriorating health.


    Dr. Seneff was previously with us on October 5, 2014 - 'What Statins Really Are and Why They Don’t Work!'
    Great listening click


    Sound Health Options

  • 01:07

    LM Book Club - To kill a Mockingbird - Chapters 13 -15

    in Lifestyle

    Tune in as we talk about this incredible book. We always have a lively discussion as you can imagine a lot of what is happening in the book happening where you grew up in your own home town.


    My suggestion to all of you is read the book first before you watch the movie. The book is so much more discriptive of the everyday life of this family. 

  • 00:34

    John Carver Show - The Kill Switch (Og Mandino)

    in Self Help

    Augustine (Og) Mandino was down on his luck and ready to end his life but chose to read a book instead of shooting himself.  Later in life he told many audiences, "I am certain that only a few of you realize we have a "kill switch" [i.e. referring to the ability to shut down all functions of a car upon exiting as a block against theft]. It gets pushed whenever someone puts us down or harshly criticizes our best efforts or makes fun of us...ridicule, scorn, slights, insults....they all hurt and often their toll is so great that the little confidence we had managed to build up disappears until we finally stop trying to do better.....Just don' let it happen to you anymore. Don't push any more kill switches when you are with your kids and never, never let anyone push yours....Never again give anyone permission to rain on your parade." 


    On this show you will hear the late Og Mandino, in his slow soft voice, share some of the keys in you keep moving forward regardless of the hard times in your life.


    I love his wisdom.  In one of his books he writes:


    “How do I change? 
    If I feel depressed I will sing. 
    If I feel sad I will laugh. 
    If I feel ill I will double my labor. 
    If I feel fear I will plunge ahead. 
    If I feel inferior I will wear new garments. 
    If I feel uncertain I will raise my voice. 
    If I feel poverty I will think of wealth to come. 
    If I feel incompetent I will think of past success. 
    If I feel insignificant I will remember my goals. 
    Today I will be the master of my emotions.”


    You can get more information about Mr. Mandino at http://intentionalcreation.com/about-og-mandino/

  • 02:56

    Episode 517 "ILL or KILL: Live Music Recview"

    in Music

    Tune in to K-100 Radio as we go live for "ILL or KILL" our music review segment. Indie artists from all over submit their music for us to air on our 24/7 streaming broadcast. We take the songs they submitted, play it live on the air, then get feedback from the callers. Based on the feedback, and how the song song sounds to us, we determine if the song is a go ("ILL") or if its not ("KILL") We promise nothing and each song has to stand on its own merits. This may seem like an easy way to get on our broadcast, but trust us, we have been doing this a LONG time and MOST songs get KILLED. Tune in, its always fun and its always controversial. You can listen on BTR and call in at (347) 934-0966 


    For links to listen on your mobile device or on your computer visit our website www.K100Radio.com (Chainless Ent) We are on TuneinRadio at http://tun.in/se8P4 

  • 01:07

    LM - Book Club - To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapters 9 - 12

    in Books

    BOOK CLUB HIATUS until next week.   Tune in as we discuss the next chapters in this wonderful book. We always have a lively discussion about the book and sometimes it brings up memories of our own live which we love to share with you. 


    I actually watched the movie for the first time this weekend. (this is Nina) It was a good movie but it centered more on the trial and not so much on the characters. You really don't get to know the characters in the movie like you do in the book and I found a lot of the important events in the book were not even metioned in the movie.