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Controversy Real-Talk "A Reality Talk Show with a SPIRTUAL Twist"
LadyAlgena will speak giving Special Introduction to the New Reality Talk Show
Previews of upcoming interest and HOT TOPICS
Live Music from various Artitist and so much more!!
Controversy - good God! What is it good for?
On this episode of Success Freaks, Mordant & McFall discuss “Bad Controversy” vs. “Good Controversy” and the difference between the two. We’ll go into more depth with controversy surrounding this year’s Podcast Movement. We’ll answer the question ‘When should you use calculated controversy to help with your business?’ In the Level Up section, we learn from other's experiences and the importance of keeping an open mind. Finally, in On Beyond, it’s new adventures in new territory.
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Your Success Freaks men have published their very first book:
Success Freaks Guide to Dream Hunting
Intro and Break Music: By Jason Shaw @ audionautix.com
End Bumper Music: Keep Your Head Up - Andy Grammer
Producer: Mike Woodard
Stacey Dash has come out responding to the Oscar controversy, and David and the team are going to discuss her statements and the harsh, non-politically correct truth about this issue.
Call in to join our conversation: 347-850-8154
Ever since I can remember, there’s been a major shortage of black actors and actresses honored for achievement in film by the Academy Awards…and when they are, it’s usually for roles as slaves, criminals or overall buffoons. Tune into “Keeping it Real Fridays” on “The Dedan Tolbert Show” LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST where we’ll be discussing Jada Pinkett Smith and Spike Lee’s decision to not attend the Oscars, the controversy surrounding it, Stacey Dash’s recent comments about BET, plus MANY other topics from around the world! Feel free to call in with comments to 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters” #RRTM
As many of you are probably well aware, the controversy of who the suffering servant is referring to in Isaiah 53 continues to rage on. And while there’s no denying that there seems to be a non-messianic movement on the rise, there are still plenty of strong messianic Hebrews holding fast to the faith. Nevertheless, the anti-New Testament advocates have placed a seemingly unmovable obstacle in the path of those who believe in the Messiah of the New Testament. They claim that one of the main reasons the suffering servant in Isaiah 53 CANNOT possibly be referring to Jesus Christ is since verse 10 says this servant would “see his SEED,” meaning his offspring or children. Therefore the non-messianics contend that this is not referring to Jesus because as the New Testament itself accounts, Jesus did NOT father any children. But is the seed of the suffering servant in Isaiah 53:10 referring to offspring? Or is it referring to something much deeper? TODAY, (Saturday, December 26, 2015), tune in LIVE on blogtalkradio at 4:30 P.M. EST to hear: “THE ISAIAH CONTROVERSY VOL. 3: THE SUFFERING SERVANT’S SEED”!
Join the bad boys of the airwaves Thursday night as they throw their hats and opinions into the arena of GMO Foods & the Monsanto Controversy. You won't be disappointed.
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With there only being a handful of African American filmmakers and producers in Hollywood it's refreshing to see new talent arise telling stories of Black America's plight from perspectives that are far too often neglected and overlooked in the mainstream. The members of A List Enterprises are doing just that. They in assocation with other artists are hard at work to produce projects that combat the stereotypes Black films seem to portray in movies today. Please join Soy for a discussion on "The Controversy of Urban Film and Theater: Where are we now?" This will surely be a show you do not want to miss. Featured guests and call ins from A-List Enterprises and Jente' Enterprises.
Christopher Everett: Christopher Everett is an actor, writer, director and producer from the state of North Carolina. He has experience in film, graphic design, marketing and advertising. He recently directed and produced his first feature-length documentary entitled "Wilmington on Fire" which is on the 1898 Wilmington Massacre/Coup in Wilmington, NC.
Years ago it just wouldn’t happen. News would be buried. Unrighteous acts hidden. But today, not even fire can spread as fast as word on the internet. In today’s electronic age, nothing is sacred, nothing is secret.
This week on Apocalypse Nana, Rob and Jackie discuss how the internet and social media has changed the way we live and view things. How it has influenced our knowledge and ability to be judgmental. On the positive said, how it has helped us to be more aware and proactive to injustices in the world.
In good old fashioned debate style, Rob and Jackie tackle today’s hottest controversy subjects. Such as Sandra Bland and Hulk Hogan.
We will also discuss if this sudden need to closely examine everyone’s lives will carry over into the apocalypse or will, finally, privacy prevail when the end comes.
With us, this week, Katelyn will be editing Beginnings while we broadcast and special possible guest, Ed Huang, AKA Henry. May be there, but hasn’t a clue he will be on our show.
It’s a show you don’t want to miss!