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Hi listeners, and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph! Today on the show, we're pleased to welcome super sweet, super talented singer/songwriter Katie Belle Akin. We'll talk with Katie about her career, music and anything she's working on that she can talk about. I've, as always, got my lovely and talented co-host/sidekick Emily with me, so let's get this thing started, y'all!
Hold on to your hats, people, it IS a bumpy ride.
It’s here—the 2016 retrograde zone, when Mars, Mercury and Pluto join Saturn and Jupiter in a massive retrospective that persists in varying formations over the course of the next nearly three months. It's no wonder everyone is feeling frustrated, at odds, and unable to get out of their own way. It's akin to running a maze and bumping into every blockage and not finding your way out, even though you may have the map memorized. Tune in and listen to Ms Lisa M and Zadalia assist you with the tools and insight as to how to navigate through these rough waters.
“The criticism certainly stung King, but it also highlighted King’s seeming reluctance to accept that northern, urban blacks simply would not tolerate without fighting back the type of treatment suffered by African Americans in the South. The reason had more to do with numbers than with temperament. the urban blacks of the North lived in tall, crowded structures in all black communities which only a few whites—mostly policemen—entered each day. The ghetto, with its numerous alleyways and abandoned buildings, was akin to bushland in Vietnam, making “guerrilla warfare” against policemen possible. southern Blacks, on the other hand were geographically and spatially separated, affording less chance for quick assembly in instances where quick, decisive action was needed.
Around August 8, The FBI interviewed housing activist Jesse Gary about his alleged role in the riots. When Gary denied involvement, the FBI agents asked him wether black nationalists such as Malcolm X and Elijah Muhammad might have been paid by “foreign agents” to incite the riots. Specifically, the agents asked if that’s how Malcolm X was able to afford his current trip to Africa.” Judas Factor
Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - We in the West are battling the radical followers of Islam. We are we also clashing with Islam’s little helper monkeys, aka Communists/ Fascists/ Marxists. But the greater problem are the poseurs who pretend to be leaders of freedom, but use political correctness…or Cultural Marxism…to shut us up and shut us out. They are true fascists in disguise. That’s the greater battle that my first guest has been fighting across the Pond…He’s paid a heavy price for speaking the truth…He’s the former leader and Founder of the EDL…TOMMY ROBINSON will be joining us, direct from the UK, to discuss his new book: Enemy Of The State. PLUS, The Brussels Islamic attacks, are the signs bleak that the West is ever going to wake up to the Islamic threat within their borders? Are the Left and Islam akin to one another because they have one key element in common: Hate? We'll get the facts with author Dr. PETER HAMMOND, direct from South Africa! AND, Has the West given a lifeline to Islam in the Middle East, therefore helping Islam destroy the West? Was Trump correct when he said: Islam hates us? We’ll get answers with author and Islam analyst, NONIE DARWISH! In the words of Benjamin Franklin, "If we do not hang together, we shall surely hang separately." Come hang with us...
Joe Moravsky can sing. Boy can he sing, and DOES in this awesome episode of the Wolfpack Ninja Podcast! Joe is a personality, and athletic beast. He is an on-air actual weatherman by day as well as a loving father and a dedicated American ninja Warrior. Joe Moravsky isn't any onld ANW though, he is one of the best and for a while there, the crowd favorite and odds-on favorite to be the First American Ninja Warrior. As a 2 year Team USA veteran and the only American EVER to make it to Stage 3 in Vegas Finals every year he has competed, Joe is amazing. He is cool under pressure and shares some very poignant views in his interview and leaves the wolves with a lot to discuss. Joe is well-liked by all the other ninjas and is a hero to kids all across America and the world.
Joe is a very versatile athlete and has done some very cool parkour commercial work for the Weather Channel. He is a smart and handsome guy who is very likable and although he likes to say hes "just an average Joe" evidence seems to suggest otherwise. Joe was one of only 2 athletes (the other being the incredible Elet Hall) to make it to stage 3 in Vegas during ANW 6. This was the year us Wolfpack ALL went out on a
notoriously difficult stage 2 in Vegas. Joe has consistently made it incrementally further on the course. As a non-climber, he along with Kevin Bull and Drew Drechsel have the tightest upper-body game in the business. On one occasion during his ANW career, Joe even broke a famous obstacle and instead of giving up, found a way past the impasse!!! (see video below!) This was akin to Kevin Bull's amazing feat that same season.
The Wolfpack Ninjas rock climbing training secrets are finally REVEALED!!! This episode is dedicated to making you a stronger climber, ninja and person through the secret training tips and advice from the Wolfpack Ninjas. Between the four of them, Noah, Brian, Meagan and Ian HAVE OVER 75 YEARS OF ROCK CLIMBING EXPERIENCE. They have all climbed V12 and harder and Ian has done some of the hardest climbs in the world. For those of you who do not know, 99.9% of climbers can not climb V10 or harder. Furthermore, American Ninja Warrior obstacles are fairly easy by comparison ranging from V0 to about V5 at the hardest. It takes most climbers 8-10 years of constant training and effort to be able to climb their first V10 or 5.14, marks of pride amongst climbers akin to earning your black belt. Here is a grade scale:
Climbing is best suited for the upper-body intensive obstacles found in the later stages of American ninja Warrior. Being expert climbers, the Wolfpack Ninjas have consistently done very well on the courses despite training only a few months per year for Ninja specific athleticism. Climbing is an adaptive sport and in general, climbers seldom are doing the same moves twice. This adaptability is what trains the Wolfpack and guys like Geoff Britten to be able to adapt quickly to knew obstacles much like parkour master Jesse La Flair and others.
Although they wish they could play on the rocks all year long outside, the Wolfpack Ninjas are stuck inside training much of the winter. This is a good thing though since training in a more scientific way indoors is often the key to breaking out to new levels outdoors. In this episode, the ninjas discuss their top secret training secrets: creating a movement "library," circuit training, bouldering, sport climbing, different hand positions, training weaknesses, endurance and nutrition for optimal performance and health. If you want to learn more, or get more secrets to becoming t
In continuing on with our discussion on the roles politicians play in minimizing rape as a crime and promoting the increase of occurrences...we give full attention tonight to another government-based obstruction that contributes to the continuing vicious cycle of rape--the granting of parental rights to rapists for children conceived in their crime. Arguments by pro-lifers that all life deserves protection, and 31 governors believing that rapists have parental rights completely ignore the long-term, direct and exponential damage that political interference will inflict on both the victims and the children. Some have argued that a child should not be denied love that a rapist may possibly be able to show their children. Others believe that the situational origin of conception should not obliterate the fundamental rights of the rapist to be a parent. What are your thoughts? Join in the discussion tonight at 10:30 PM EST by calling 347-327-9967 with your thoughts.
Rape continues to be a high-impact crime with low-priority regard on the crime ladder. Society on a whole has placed the burden of proving, prosecuting and punishing rape on the victims via blaming them for their choices in apparel, trust, entertainment, etc. Perhaps more insulting and deplorable than the lackadaisical approach to by the justice system is the blatant support of rape by politicians and media regulation agencies who allow rape to look like raunchy consensual sex or minimalizing the act of forcible rape as a crime. The most recent additions of deplorable rape minimizing comments made by a politician is Marco Rubio, Repulican candidate for US President 2016, who stated in a public interview that he would inform rape victims that he acknowledges their rape as a "terrible situation", but he would would make them have their rapists' babies anyway. If that abhorration isn't enough, the United States allows rapists to have full parental rights of children they fathered in rape in 31 of our 50 states. Is the criminal factor of rape being blatantly removed by the actions and comments of authoritative figures? Join in tonight at 10:30 PM EST by calling 347-327-9967 with your thoughts.
. The iniquity of the Amorites was full, Gen. 15:16. The sin of Canaan was akin to Sodom, preflood earth, Gen. 6:5.
2. Rahab lived in the midst of such a situation.
1) She worshipped a false God.
2) She sold her body for her living.
3) She knew no moral absolutes.
4) Her conscience was trained to sin.
5) She had no revelation from God. No absolute standard.
3. For the last month Rahab had come to a knowledge of the ONE TRUE GOD.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Ramonda Hammer (Grunge-pop) to the Show!
Ramonda Hammer is a grunge-pop project from Los Angeles, CA.
The band delivers a familiar yet unconventional sound. Davis’s songwriting plays with quirky chord progressions, time signature and tempo changes, and dynamic vocal melodies - akin to many of the alternative and grunge bands that made an impact in the 90s.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign in September 2015, Ramonda Hammer is now recording their first professional album at the legendary Sunset Sound with Grammy-nominated sound engineer Morgan Stratton. The album is titled Whatever That Means, which is not only a playful nod to everyone who’s puzzled by the band’s name, but is a lyric from a track on the album called “See”, in which Davis screams, “I hate that all I write about is how I feel about the people that I care about, and I’ll try to have more depth...whatever that means!” The album will be released in early 2016, just in time for a trip to SXSW and a summer tour.
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