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In Chapter 1, Dr. Anderson shared his perspective on slavery generated racism, race based monopolies, adn vast wealth for Whites.
In Ch 2, we look at "The Keys to Empowerment".
Keys open doors. This is a door opening perspective and provides a framework for the work of the National Black Business Alliance.
Host Infield Jen shines the spotlight on the her Dedicated Fan in the Stand Reporter, Bill Kapitan, who did it all at Texas Motor Speedway! Find out how she helped Bill celebrate his 50th Birthday surounded by all his Favorite NASCAR drivers and personalities! He will share what it was like to become a sponsor and have his Birthday logo on the No.32 Go Green Racing's, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car driven by Mike Bliss!
Then Jen is talking to professional race photographer Matthew Bishop! Find out what it's like to be at the track with an amazing camera and what he has to go through to get the "perfect" shot!
Stay tuned as Jen shares her stories of her trip to Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville for the ARCA race this past weekend and she will go over what will happen at Bristol Motor Speedway this upcoming weekend!
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An anonymous whistleblower has sent attorneys for Move, Inc a letter containing detailed accusations of data-theft by Zillow, which include "scraping" listing-data from the Realtor.com website, developing "data-quality" software that works by scraping the Realtor.com site even further, and then the outright theft of MLS contact, listing and other databases from Move, Inc. The letter also claims that incoming CEO Errol Samuelson worked while under court injuction - and provides a level of detail presumed to be
Andrea Bramblia from Inman News broke this story on April 10th in "Whistleblower alleges Zillow is stealing listing data from agent websites", and today we're discussing what this means for the industry, for Zillow, and for your real estate business!
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The National Black Business Alliance is sponsoring this discussion series on the work of dr. claud Anderson’s “Powernomics”.
His first chapter of eight paints a picture of the depth and magnitude of Black Americans’ socioeconomic predicament.
It examines the collective inherited advantages of being White and the collective inherited disadvantages of being Black.
In the final week of preparation for his April 11th PBC fight with Lamont Peterson (33-2-1, 17 KOs), Danny Garcia (29-0, 17 KOs) sat down with the media and answered some lingering questions about the fight and what his plans are for the future.
Although Danny Garcia became a star as an overmatched underdog with a reputation for stepping up and delivering the upset in spectacular fashion, 2014 has left him with the stink of a fighter satisfied with playing it safe.. Live Guest Said “The Messenger” El Harrak will have a career changing opportunity when he faces unbeaten and highly regarded Chris Pearson Saturday, May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV.
The ten round junior middleweight bout will take place on the undercard of the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao super-fight.
We had quite a week here on The Frat House Sports Radio Network filled with guests up and down the spectrum!
So today on our “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program we’re bringing plenty of clips starting off with the afternoon drive-time voice of Indianapolis sports-talk radio from CBS Sports 1430-AM Kent Sterling. He’s on the ground at the site of the NCAA’s Final Four and we’re talking the Tourney and the recent Indiana political controversy.
Our “Mel Kipper of NCAA Round Ball” Greg Peterson of WRST 90.3-FM Oshkosh joins us once again to chime in on some NCAA issues.
NASCAR has had some tire issues this past week which we looked at with lead NASCAR wire service writer Reid Spencer on our Race Trim MotorSports Hour and Brian Berg Jr. editor of BehindPitRow.com on Thursday’s Frat House Sports Show.
THIS is a Frat House Saturday program you must hear . . . and, give Frat House Mike a call at 347 – 826 – 9964 . . . because, he’s all by himself, and needs someone to talk to!
We will introduce "Powernomics" as a concept developed by Dr. Claud Anderson.
His work has two premises;
1. Those who desire to create effective solutions to problem must understand the nature and history of the problem.
2. Black America needs a national plan with how-to strategies in order to move into political and economic competitiveness with Americas mainstream society and its various ethnic sub-groups.
The conversation outlines a framework for Black Americans to consider as a guide to addressing the efforts of people interested in Black community development.
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Yowzah! What looked like a “slow sports week” just 36-hours ago has blown-up into a guest-filled, controversy-filled, penalty-filled, coaches-speaking-out filled program.
The Frat House Gang have a heavily-flavored NCAA Basketball front-end of the program and almost ALL of it has nothing to do with action on the court, or the final three games of the NCAA Tournament. Kent Sterling from CBS Sports 1430-AM joins us from the site of the Final-4 in Indianapolis which has its own controversies, but we’ll also be picking his brain about the Indiana Hoosiers, Tom Crean and the future of both.
But THEN, we’re bringing back Greg Peterson from WRST 90.3-FM in Oshkosh to chat with us about NCAA Basketball coaches’ salaries, and the controversial comments of highly successful UConn’s Women’s Basketball program Geno Auriemma and the quality of play in the NCAA.
There were rumblings about it for over a week, and NASCAR leveled some of the harshest penalties ever against Richard Childress Racing’s #31 and Ryan Newman for messing with the tires. We’ve got Brian Berg Jr. editor of BehindPitRow.com joining us to discuss.
As usual, we’ve got one fast-moving program taking in as much as possible and spittin’ some sports-talk right back at you . . . so be sure to jump in with “The Frat House Gang” – Frat House Mike, Uncle Mark, Sidekick, and Brandon – by bringing your talk as well to 347 – 826 – 9964!
On today's episode we talk about a sad anniversary in NASCAR.
After that we'll review the STP 500 @ Martinsville Speedway. Denny Hamlin gives Toyota their first win since Talladega last season. We need more short tracks. What a fun race. We'll give our attaboy/girls and our disappointments.
Also, the big story of the week is the P5 penalty for the #31 team for Richard Childress Racing. Crew chief, Luke Lambert has been suspended for six races, and placed on probation through December 31st. Interesting take that Clayton has on this as to what RCR's next move should be; also, is it time to change the way NASCAR penalizes teams in this sport?
And our team report cards. Usually, every break in the season, we give team report cards, and today we'll give ours after the first six weeks.
Qualifying at Talladega has changed, of course, only the 457th change in qualifying. Is this the best way? Is there a better way?
Also, John Harlow from BeyondtheFlag.com will join the show to discuss multiple topics with us; and that's always a treat.
Guests include NASCAR K&N West Series Director, Kip Childress, talking about the season opener at Kern County Raceway this weekend.
K&N East driver William Byron, H Scott Motorsports, talks about racing at Greenville-Pickens this coming weekend.
K&N West driver Dalton Sargeant, talks about winning the season opener at Kern County Raceway.
Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Sal Sigala every Monday night 8:30 to 10 pm ET as we bring fans the smartest racing talk around on Fan4Racing Fan2Fan NASCAR & Race Talk!
NASCAR Hot Topic Sound Off is 10 to 10:30 pm ET with Sharon Burton hosting an interactive discussion with co-host Chris Knight and Fan4Racing writer, Zach Roethlisberger
Listen to our panel discussion with drivers, crew, and other racing personalities and call 714-202-9918 OR Tweet @Fan4RacingSite @Sal_Sigala or @Knighter01 during the LIVE Broadcast to join the conversation about the hottest topics leading up to the next
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Investigator of historical occult mysteries, author of pulp fiction novels and a screenwriter.
After nineteen years in national security, Walter Bosley is a licensed private investigator in California where he also runs his small press publishing company, Lost Continent Library, founded in 2002. Bosley has traveled much of the world, both on the job and off, including trips through Mexico and South America with David Hatcher Childress whose WEX Magazine has published articles by Bosley.
Walter Bosley was born in San Diego, California, and attended SDSU where he earned a B.A. in Journalism. He has been employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is an inactive reserve officer in the US Air Force for which he served as a Special Agent of the AFOSI while on active duty, and worked as a counterterrorism consultant for six years following military service.
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