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It is 2016 and the primary targets in US schools for being beaten like former US plantation slaves are Black American schoolboys, followed by Black American schoolgirls (https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=CBgX-loGr1I), although, together these two populations make up a small percentage of the nations entire school population.
Join The Hitting Stops Here! in supporting an end to slave-like beatings of schoolchildren and teens at the hands of educators and other school authorities, replacing this barbaric practice with discipline methodologies used in top-performing schools, where all forms of "pain-based behavior management" are prohibited and frowned upon.
Tune-in on the last day of Black American History Month to find out whether or not black lives matter in America, by taking a look at the evidence:
Disabled Veterans & Race Car Driving & Their Benefits With Tori Duncan
Hr1 Baltimore man on the street, Corey Prez Duncan joins Joe to cover current events.
The NFL, Beyonce, and the Black Panther Black Power statement. Enough with the political statements during entertainment shows.
Whoopi Goldberg says she's a SLAVE b/c she only makes $5 million/year.REALLY?.
Since Obama took office, it's all about reverse racism.
Hr2 Obamacare for illegals?
Senior News Correspondent, Jason Wert weighs in on Hillary's email scandal and the New Hampshire primary results.
Hillary Clinton's email server is not under investigation. ?Hillary Clinton? IS!
Ted Cruz finishing 3rd in a heavy Liberal state like New Hampshire is a big deal!
Looks like Chris Christie is on his way out. Where will his supporters go? Jason thinks they'll swing to Marco Rubio.
Why did Jeb Bush do so well in the NH primary? Blue bloods & old money?
SCOTUS got it right today on EPA regulations placing excess burdens on businesses.
In the first 3 months after Maine started requiring childless able-bodied citizens to work in order to get welfare, saw caseloads drop 80%! I guess they didn't really need help after all!
Hr3 Texas open carry turns out not to be the doom and gloom they thought it would be. Unraveling the fear of gun control
Writer and political pundit, Michael Hausam talks about the New Hampshire primary.
Can Bernie Sanders really get the Democrat nomination over Hillary Clinton? #BrokeredConvention
The ideal candidate would be ok with the Fed govt not impacting us for 6 months at a time. None of the top 3 people are interested in creating an unfettered free market.
Donald, Hillary, & Bernie are talking about doing wonderful things by force with other people's money.
Sarae is joined by Melissa Duncan, Personal Finance Coach at mpowered, to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of Credit Karma for consumers. As a nonprofit Accredited Credit Counselor, she shares her insight and expertise to discuss how consumers can use Credit Karma's services to understand of their credit, and what considerations to keep in mind.
Kevin Pelton (@KPelton), Dan Feldman (@DanFeldmanNBA) and Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) join Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) for a mock trade deadline extravaganza. The four negotiate and agree to trades in real time, with names like Blake Griffin, Kevin Love, Danilo Gallinari, Jeff Teague, Al Horford, Hassan Whiteside, Pau Gasol, Ryan Anderson, Markieff Morris, and many more potentially on the move.
Episode 3 Agenda:
SuperBowl 50 Picks/Predictions
Is it the player or the system? (Phil Jackson Won with Kobe & Shaq, Jordan, and Kobe again. Tim Duncan is considered the best power forward ever but is it his skill set or coach Pop?)
Has Fantasy Sports Ruined Traditional Fan-ship?
What's The worst fantasy Sports Trade You've Ever Made?
Is Cam Newton The Face of the "New" NFL?
Can Donny Trump Really Win This Whole Thing?
DC or Marvel (Which Marketing Direction Do You Prefer? Kids or Adults?)
Facebook, What’s the point?
“B.S. Quote of the Week” (Punk on being the prettiest girl at the prom)
Mickey Gall Calls For C.M. PUNK (Punk Surprisingly Shows Up, WATCH IT HERE)
“Like it? Love It? or Meh…” (Good Ol' Jim Ross to be the new voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates)
“iTunes Top Song of the Week”
Hr1 Corey Prez Duncan gives us an update from Baltimore and talks racism. Corey says opportunity does not come & knock on your door, you have to make your own opportunities. Who's running for mayor in Baltimore? AND... did our president really just go to a mosque that's on the terror watch list?
Hr2 Recap on who's out of the presidential race... Santorum, Paul, & Huckabee. For now. Who's next?
How safe are you feeling now about flying? In case you missed it, a man was sucked out of a plane after a suspected bomb went off blowing a hole in the side midair. Hopefully, the Somali's security is being scrutinized!
"End homicide & end climate change, & we end murder. THIS, we know.” Thank you Sheila Jackson Lee. Do the people who elected her realize how clueless this woman is? She's a US Representative for Texas!
HOW many government workers belong to a union? Union membership is increasing in govt jobs but declining in the private sector. What's driving that change? Guess who's going to be paying those lucrative govt pensions?
Americans are terrorizing them because they CAN'T assimilate. If you can't assimilate, why are you still here? Didn't you come here to BE an American? Did she denounce the actions of radical Muslims? Nope.
Hr3 Social Justice doesn't include Jews at UC Berkeley, even if they want to be an active member of social justice movements and progressive communities! So much for safe spaces!
Libertarian writer/activist, Michael Hausam weighs in on the Donald Trump temper-tantrum nonsense following the Iowa primary. And how unprofessional of Ted Cruz to hand out voting scorecards.
Most reviews about the movie "13 Hours" said that it was a flop. Catherine Herridge "fact-checked" it. It's performing better than expected. Shocker!
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TARA REZ, JUDE RAWLINS, DANA GILLESPIE, RICK & CAROLYN HUNT & ALAN & LIZ KNIGHT, ELAINE BROWN and SEGS have helped me to be away from home for 5 weeks. It is with their help and support I have weathered the storms that raged as I came home to England after another 5 years of absence. First came the television show Celebrity Big Brother and I was there for two weeks. After the first 6 days I was told that my ex-husband and business partner was dead after an 18 month battle with cancer. Then I got sick probably caught something from the cold or the AC ventilation sytstems and had to take dreaded antibiotics but they worked and made me well. Then I left the Celebrity Big Brother House and was very busy with the accompanying interest surrounding the show and also the interest in DAVID and my appreciations of him both as a beloved and International performer, singer, songwriter, actor and producer my former Love and father of our son Duncan Jones. We will talk about all this and hear some fabulous music. I heard from a little birdy that Jude may reveal a track from my new album!!!! And we will play some tracks from Dana's new album and we will hear Tara's new tracks and favorites. JOIN US FOR A COOL and LIVELY conversation on the radio. Podcast available a few minutes after the show! We willbe playing Dana's Music but she will not be joining us for this show as she has been recuperating from serious knee surgery!
The Blackhawks began the back half of their season with a 2-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche last night, thanks to some line tinkering from Joel Quenneville and a stout Corey Crawford in the 3rd period. The Hawks reached the All Star break with the top seed in the West, but GM Stan Bowman needs to make some trades before the deadline to help this undermanned team. Cam Newton had some interesting words about being an African American quarterback in the NFL. Is the age of absurd racism at that position finally behind us? The Bulls look like a mess as they continue their road trip tonight against the Sacramento Kings. Is it time for Gar Forman and John Paxson to call it quits on contending this season? If they don't make any moves at the deadline, should their jobs be on the line? Call in @ 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
... Education Secretary Arne Duncan called Hurricane Katrina "the best thing that happened to the education system in New Orleans" because it forced the community to take steps to improve low-performing public schools, according to excerpts from a television interview made public Friday.
Yes, he did say it. As reported in The Washington Post, Duncan's interview on "Washington Watch With Roland Martin" was scheduled to air Sunday on TV One.
I guess we need Hurricane Katrina's in every state of the union as far as this color aroused bigot is concerned.
The excerpts quoted an exchange between Duncan and Martin about the effect of the 2005 hurricane on the city's schools.
Martin was quoted as saying: "What's amazing is New Orleans was devastated because of Hurricane Katrina, but because everything was wiped out, in essence, you are building from ground zero to change the dynamics of education in that city."
Duncan was quoted as replying: "It's a fascinating one. I spent a lot of time in New Orleans, and this is a tough thing to say, but let me be really honest. I think the best thing that happened to the education system in New Orleans was Hurricane Katrina. That education system was a disaster, and it took Hurricane Katrina to wake up the community to say that 'we have to do better.' And the progress that they've made in four years since the hurricane is unbelievable. They have a chance to create a phenomenal school district. Long way to go, but that -- that city was not serious about its education. Those children were being desperately underserved prior, and the amount of progress and the amount of reform we've seen in a short amount of time has been absolutely amazing." Let's talk about Barack Obama's Education plans tonight on the slugfest. "If you can handle the truth."
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