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  • 02:08

    Politics and the Action of Self Determination

    in Culture

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    In this episode of Global Peeks, we sit down with Reginald Samir Muhammad, an Atlanta based political scientist about the state of Blacks and politics.  Professor Muhammad is the Director of the Joip I Nkrumah Institute for Political and Strategic Studies in Atlanta, Georgia and a veteran member of the Nation of Islam. He authored the book, In Fear of Leading (2000), and his work is featured in the books, No Crystal Stairs and A Life and Day in Black LA. His hard-hitting “Black Political Point” editorials have been featured online and in national and local newspapers. He has worked actively in the reparations movement for more than 25 years. 


    During the broadcast we dedicate time to honor the legacy of Dr. Francis Cress Welsing who made her transition this week and but left a serious body of work.


    www.justiceorelse.com  for becoming part of the 10 thousand fearless that The Hon. Minister Louis Farrakhan is calling for.

  • 02:02

    Hard Starboard Radio: Donald Trump Goes Nuclear On Ted Cruz

    in Politics Conservative

    Putin: Let's grow Russia's strategic nuclear superiority; Greenapalooza fizzles to a whimper; N.Y. Times poll finds Americans don't read self-important N.Y. Times front page editorials; Russian warship fires on Turkish vessel in Aegean Sea; Planned Parenthood sues Ohio over bad but true publicity; Microsoft joins the war on Christ; and the long-awaited Trump carpet-bombing of GOP frontrunner Ted Cruz begins.

  • 00:33

    The Best Way to Keep a Man: Author Joyce Fields shares on Good Deeds

    in Motivation

    Joyce Fields started her career as a stenographer at a major utility company in Detroit, working her way up through supervisor of word processing, then as the office manager for an automotive advertising agency, and, lastly, as an executive assistant at a large non-profit health maintenance organization.  She is also a professional proofreader (one of her clients was eHarmony, the dating service). She wrote her first book, Line of Serenity (a memoir), in 1997.  Being the oldest of seven, in a very happy family, Joyce wanted to capture the way their parents raised them so that the way they did it would not be lost when they all passed on.  The book goes from 1944 (the year Joyce was born) through 1977 and includes family recipes and photographs.  


    Joyce gets her inspiration from living and observing life.  In addition to Line of Serenity, she has written eight other books about relationships (The Best Way to Keep a Man is to Let Him Go [among other things]); parenting (Mother's Dozen:  An Easy Recipe for Raising GREAT Kids!), which is also available in Spanish; children's fiction (Jette Black and Her Seven Friends); children's non-fiction (THE VISION:  Telling Kids That They Can Make the World a Better Place); bullying (Dear Bully:  A Collection of Poems about Bullying); the power and simplicity of quotes (My Simple Quotes to Live By); and breast cancer (A Breast Cancer Journey to GREATER Joy!  Taking the Fear and Mystery Out of a Breast Cancer Diagnosis).She also wrote three opinion editorials ("Better examples help kids more than political remedies," "The Golden Rule could improve race relations," and "Provide kids with role models, and sell them education,") which were published (verbatim) in The Detroit Free Press.

  • 00:15

    A Thanksgiving message to our friends and listeners

    in Politics

    We will look at Thanksgiving the night before.......I will share memories of my first Thanksgiving in the US.......also, the story of Sarah Josepha Hale, the lady who wrote editorials and letters to President Lincoln about creating a national holiday......we wish you and family a great holiday....



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  • 01:31

    Episode 391: The 1st Democratic Socialist Debate, in Sin city USA!!

    in Politics Conservative

    The 1st Democratic Socialist Debate, in Sin city USA!! Yesterday I had audio clips from the debate and I shared my thoughts on the debate with you. Today we will finish the critique of the debate and drill down a little further than the lamestream media is willing to do.


     


    SPONSOR “If I Were A” story by Dan Clements illustrated by Lori Clements


    Training Killers by Wayne Jackson


    Trump on Dem Debate: 'I'm Saying to Myself, Ka-ching, Ka-ching, Ka-ching...' by Susan Jones


    CNN's Democratic Debate Had Eight Million Fewer Viewers than the GOP Debate by Christine Rousselle


    Debate Makes It Official: Democrats Really Are Socialists by IBD editorials


    Democrats Run America's Ten Poorest Cities by By Onan Coca


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  • 00:52

    Lakers Nation Podcast Episode 1 (Preseason Edition)

    in Basketball

    LakersNation.com writer Jabari Davis is joined by Jamieson Welsh (Fox Sports Radio) and Jordan Buscarini (Castle Country Radio) for our weekly NBA discussion where we will provide analysis, a behind-the-scenes look at the Los Angeles Lakers and really attempt to capture the "voice" of Lakers Nation.


    We discussed the summer additions, the current direction of the franchise, Kobe Bryant's return and what realistic expectations for the 2015-16 NBA season might look like.


    This week, we were joined by LakersNation.com's Corey Hansford. Beyond providing quality editorials and news content for the site, Hansford also puts together a weekly roundtable question that we'll try to feature and discuss each episode. Question of the Week: Will D'Angelo Russell or Julius Randle have a better "rookie" season for the Lakers in 2015-16?


     

  • 02:02

    "Theology Matters" with the Pellews: Intelligent Design with Dr. Steven Meyer

    in Christianity

    Join Devin and Melissa Pellew as we discuss issues related to Christian Apologetics, theology and biblical worldview issues. This week, we will be discussing the new book, Debating Darwin's Doubt: A Scientific Controversy That Can No Longer Be Denied, edited by David Klinghoffer. The book includes ten chapters written by Dr. Steven Meyer and contributions from biologists Richard Sternberg, Douglas Axe, and Ann Gauger; philosopher of biology Paul Nelson; mathematicians William Dembski and David Berlinski; and Center for Science and Culture research coordinator, Casey Luskin.


    During the first hour, we'll be joined by attorney Casey Luskin of The Discovery Institute in Seattle. In his role at Discovery Institute, as Research Coordinator for the Center for Science and Culture, Casey assists and defends scientists, educators, and students who seek to freely study, research, and teach about the scientific debate over Darwinian evolution and intelligent design. Casey will discuss the information he researched and shared in the book.


    During the second hour, we'll be joined by Dr. Steven Meyer. Stephen C. Meyer received his Ph.D. in the philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge. A former geophysicist and college professor, he now directs Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture in Seattle. In addition to his book, Darwin's Doubt and his work on Debating Darwin's Doubt, that we will be discussing, he has also authored Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design. Dr. Meyer's bio includes many published editorials in national newspapers and appearances on national television and radio programs as well as many other popular scientific documentaries. Join us for this informative discussion with some of the leading Intelligent Design proponents of our day.

  • 01:00

    El Segundo Art Walk

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Holly Socrates of Holly Socrates Gallery, Max Yoffe of Big Door Studios and photographer Jason Olive.


    Holly Socrates is perhaps best known for her serene imagery and unusual combinations of media, like charcoal and coffee or paint and fibers. After six years of showing and selling her work in the South Bay and West Side, Holly decided it was time to open her own gallery. In November of 2014, the Holly Socrates Gallery opened their doors on Main Street in downtown El Segundo. 


    Max Yoffe is an award winning producer/director with over 20 years in the industry. His philosophy has been to build a company where innovation and ideation are the driving forces..


    Jason Olive graduated as a member of the National Honor Society on an English Scholarship from the


    University of Hawai’i. The Governor's Award for Academic Excellence. While attending college Jason also embarked on an illustrious career as a fashion model. He holds the distinction of being the first African-American Male Super Model in the world. He has appeared in numerous A-list editorials, magazine covers, print Campaigns,TV commercials (Chanel, Calvin Klein, Revlon Versace, Yves Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren etc.). 


    Big Door Studios is hosting a Coastal Inspired Group Show tonight at the El Segundo Art Walk 


    This morning, we’re going to learn more about the final El Segundo Art Walk for the season happening tonight beginning at 5 p.m.


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  • Broadcaster Jeff Crouere Will Be The Guest. Topics Will Include Trump And Obama

    in Politics

    Since January of 1999, Crouere has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Currently, Crouere is host of a morning program, Ringside Politics, which airs weekdays from 7-11 a.m. CST on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on several affiliate stations and on the Internet at WGSO.com.
    Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, a PBS affiliate in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.
    The website for the radio and television program RingsidePolitics.com provides a web poll, political rumors, a schedule of guests, and links to a variety of Crouere's columns. He writes daily, weekly, and monthly political analysis columns and editorials for a select number of print and on-line publications, including BayouBuzz.com, the Northshore Conifer, Kenner Star, New Orleans City Business, and the Slidell Monthly. He provides regular columns and serves as the Political Editor for NewOrleans.com.
    Crouere has served as moderator for political debates and forums featuring candidates contending for elective office.
    As a Louisiana Republican Party leader and talk show host, Crouere has been interviewed for his perspective by the New York Times, national radio networks such as National Public Radio, Talk America, Radio America, and Catholic Radio, and national cable television networks such as Fox News, CNN, CNN Headline News, CNBC, and MSNBC.


    Open Telephone Lines. 347-989-8853

  • 00:15

    * Celebrity Stylist - Ali Levine *

    in Fashion

    Ali Levine’s passion for styling shines brightly in more places than you realize. She has shared her fashion sensibilities for achieving effortless chic-ness in several media outlets, including: The New York Times, USA Today, FabFitFun, Type F and the Examiner.com. You can also find Ali’s work gracing the celebrity shoulders of A-listers like Jesse McCartney, Lauren Bowles, Arianny Celeste,  Chelesea Kane, James Maslow, Oona Chaplin, Augie Duke, Lilian Garcia, Cody Longo, and Brooklyn Jai on the hottest Hollywood red carpet events. Ali’s fashion visions have come to life in countless editorials: EnVie, Vogue Italia, Glamoholic, Bello, Pure DOPE, SEXEE, Fashion Couture, Luxxy, Coco, and Prysm Magazine to name a few. Her work is also found in popular prints such as Boostcase and Brittney Palmer’s yearly calendars; music videos; buzz feed commercials; advertisement campaigns; and independent films. Needless to say, she enjoys having what she considers to be the “best job in the world”.

  • 00:30

    Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou

    in Current Events

    Topics tonight include getting drunk on the front steps of your home not public intoxication, another police assault involving a 13 year old boy, why big company and government computers are being hacked, banks involved with FIFA scandal being investigated for failing to report money laundering activities, some Jeb Bush, an Austrian brothel owner who is protesting high taxes on his business by offering free sex in the afternoons, a Greece update, and more. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.