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  • 01:02

    In The Streets with Beverley Smith: United States of Terror (Episode 47)

    in Spirituality

    Two white masked gunmen opened fire on black protesters in Minneapolis on Monday night.  Five people were shot, two seriously wounded. Witnesses said that the gunmen yelled about race wars and white power. At the time of publication, police haven't yet managed to apprehend the suspects. Protesters remain at the police precinct, demanding the release of surveillance tape which is likely to have caught Jamar Clark's execution-style killing on November 15. The authorities steadfastly refuse to release the tape.  The police dash cam video of Laquan McDonald's murder is scheduled to be released to the public on Wednesday, November 25. Jason Von Dyke, the Chicago cop who shot Mr. McDonald 16 times (13 of which were pumped into his body after he'd fallen to the ground) has been charged with murder. Burger King has declared that the Chicago police deleted their surveillance video which recorded the shooting. "Officer of the Year" Jonathan Bleiweiss admitted raping and molesting 20 immigrants, threatening them with deportation if they didn't perform sex acts on him. He's been charged and convicted, but not with sex crimes. Donald Trump's supporters beat down a black man at one of Trump's rallies, while chanting "All lives matter." Trump doubled down, praising his supporters and suggesting that the black man deserved the beating. And more. Tuesday, November 24, 6pm Pacific.

  • 00:11

    United States citizenship & Voting

    in Legal

    There are four ways to become a United States citizen (USC): 1) Birth in the US, 2) Birth Abroad, 3) Derivative Citizenship, and Naturalization. Generally, to naturalize, one has to be a green card holder/lawful permanent resident for five years. Exceptions, if your green card was obtained through marriage to a USC, it is three years.  If your spouse is a USC, in the US military and stationed abroad, it is much less than five years when one can apply for USC.  If your USC spouse is a stationed abroad, and working for a US company that is providing trade, commerce, and other significant benefits to the US, that five year requirement is much reduced. If you are 50 or older and have your green card for more than 20 years, you can take the test in your native language and you are exempt from the reading and writing portion of the test. If you are 55 or older and have your green card for 15 years or more, you can take the test in your native language and you are exempt from the reading and writing portions of the test. If you have a medical condition and a doctor sign off on Form N-648, you may get exempted for taking the entire test. You will still have to show that you are a person of good moral character, you  do not have major crimes, and you do not owe local, state, and/or federal taxes.

    It is my opinion that each person who is a USC, 18 or older, and you do not have restricted liberties should vote. In Minnesota, one can register to vote and vote on Election Day. In Minnesota, one can register to vote Online, at the DMV, and at various other outlets.

    Marcus Jarvis, attorney. #1 Amazon Best Selling Author: “A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States: What you NEED to know when you come to America.” www.m-jlawltd.com . Tel. 763 425 5447. Fb Marcus- Jarvis Law Limited. Twitter: @jarvislawfirm1 . Google: Marcus Jarvis

  • 00:31

    Obama wants ISIS into the United States

    in Politics

    Seeing that Obama love to have the borders open to allow ISIS to come into the United States of America just to attack and kill all legal. Americans. 26 States so far are saying no to the Syrian refugees and that should tell Obama no means no.

    Now these 26 Governors have to right to say no to Obama, and Obama says he will block the 26 governors, so that obama can get his way to allow ISIS in to the United States of America from Syria to murder you.

    Saying no is the right choice and the only choice. U.S.Const.amend.X is very clear it is the State's right to say no to Obama.

    This is the proof that Obama is a Musilm and is a hater of all humanity.

  • 00:30

    Obama Still Wants ISIS In the United States

    in Politics

    Obama does and is willing to have ISIS to enter the United States of America by allowing Syrian Muslims which is ISIS to come into the United States of America.

    Evidence that Obama is a Muslim himself is on the National Day of Prayer, he did lead prays and wanted everyone to pray in the same language as ISIS would and he lead the prayer in the Language of ISIS.

    ISIS is all Muslim meaning that all Muslims are the enemy to the United States of America.

    Seeing that Obama is denying that Muslims is ISIS and saying this is a church of peace is also proof and the facts are adding up to Obama being a Muslim.

    Obama has omitted to hating all Christians and Jews on the National Day of Prayer.

    My research and source can prove and backup these facts. 

  • 03:00

    Anita Miranda, United States Navy Retired, M.Ed.PTSD

    in Entertainment

    Nana's Helping Hand With PTSD. Anita Miranda Biography Anita Miranda, United States Navy Retired, M.Ed., lives with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) not brought on by combat. She penned her first book, Nana’s Helping Hand with PTSD, along with an accompanying workbook, launching both in May 2015. Incredibly, after only two days on Amazon.com, Nana’s Helping Hand with PTSD catapulted to bestseller status. Ms. Miranda’s book is a significant contribution touching families urgently crying out for help to cope with America’s new mental health epidemic, PTSD. Ms. Miranda wrote Nana’s Helping Hand with PTSD to help families of all ages start a dialogue that will lead to an understanding of what PTSD is, how it affects the sufferer and how families, as a whole, can better cope with this syndrome Join us and support Our Service women in the armed forces today and Retired.Please Watch Video

  • 00:43

    women united

    in Politics

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  • 00:09

    Ebola United States US hospitals give FREE Ebola Virus Vaccines

    in Current Events

    Ebola Virus in the United States Americans get vaccinated with Ebola.  Ebola United States   http://www.ebolaoutbreakmap.com/

  • 00:31

    Social Justice in United States of America: Part 2

    in Current Events

    Social justice imposes on each of us a personal responsibility to work with others to design and continually perfect personal and social development. The term "social justice" was seen by the U.N. "as a substitute for the protection of human rights [and] first appeared in United Nations texts during the second half of the 1960s. At the initiative of the Soviet Union, and with the support of developing countries, the term was used in the Declaration on Social Progress and Development, adopted in 1969.

    The Quran contains numerous references to elements of social justice. Charity and assistance to the poor – concepts central to social justice – are and have historically been important parts of the Islamic faith. The notion of social justice first surfaced in Western thought and political language in the wake of the industrial revolution and the parallel development of the socialist doctrine. It emerged as an expression of protest against what was perceived as the capitalist exploitation of labor and as a focal point for the development of measures to improve the human condition.

    Many authors criticize the idea that there exists an objective standard of social justice.Some people accept some of the basic principles of social justice, such as the idea that all human beings have a basic level of value, but disagree with the tenet that all people are equally entitled to the respect of their fellowmen.Some scholars reject the very idea of social justice as meaningless, religious, self-contradictory, and ideological, believing that to realize any degree of social justice is unfeasible, and that the attempt to do so must destroy all liberty. 

  • 'The History of Policing in the United States' 9/5/2015

    in History

    Join 'Missing Pages Of History' today (Sat., Sept. 5, 2015) at 1 PM EST. Today's theme will be: 'The History of Policing in the United States.' Join Us! You may listen in by dialing (818) 337-0016, or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc

  • 00:21

    Holidays in the United States

    in Politics Conservative

    Paris - Far less dangerous than Baltimore? Baghdad?

    If you're worried about back allys and coat hangers..

    The new Texas Law is ok..........

  • 01:01


    in Current Events

    "A cyberattack! A nation unprepared! Surviving the aftermath!"  These are the words on the cover of Ted Koppel's new political nonfiction book LIGHTS OUT.

    Koppel sums up our show this week with:  "Imagine a blackout lasting not days, but weeks or months. Tens of millions of people over several states are affected. For those without access to a generator, there is no running water, no electricity. Food and medical supplies are dwindling. Devices we rely on have gone dark. Banks no longer function, looting is widespread, law and order are being tested as never before.  

    "It isn’t just a scenario. A well-designed attack on just one of the nation’s three electric power grids could cripple much of our infrastructure—and in the age of cyberwarfare, a laptop has become the only necessary weapon. Several nations hostile to the United States could launch such an assault at any time. In fact, as a former chief scientist of the NSA reveals, China and Russia have already penetrated the grid. And a cybersecurity advisor to President Obama believes that independent actors—from “hacktivists” to terrorists—have the capability as well. 'It’s not a question of if, it’s a question of when.'"

    "The federal government has no plan for the aftermath of an attack on the power grid.  The current Secretary of Homeland Security suggests keeping a battery-powered radio.

    "In the absence of a government plan, some individuals and communities have taken matters into their own hands, but will ordinary civilians survive?

    "With urgency and authority, one of our most renowned journalists examines a threat unique to our time and evaluates potential ways to prepare for a catastrophe that is all but inevitable."

    When the lights go out in America ... will you be prepared?