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Host: Coach TMB
Guest: Mayor George K. Heartwell
Topic of Discussion: Leading Grand Rapids-The Good & The Bad
Mayor Heartwell's Bio
George Heartwell is the mayor of the city of Grand Rapids, MI. He was sworn in on January 1, 2004 and is currently serving his third term.
Prior to being mayor, Heartwell was a City Commissioner for the third ward of Grand Rapids from 1992-1999. Heartwell currently serves as President and CEO of Pilgrim Manor Retirement Community. He was Director of the Community Leadership Institute at Aquinas College, where he also was a professor in the Community Leadership undergraduate study program. Mayor Heartwell is an ordained minister for the United Church of Christ, and served for 14 years at Heartside Ministry, a program for the homeless in Grand Rapids. He was previously the president of Heartwell Mortgage Corporation. In August, 2007, Mayor Heartwell was re-elected to a second mayoral term in Grand Rapids. He won the primary election with 51% of the vote, eliminating the need for a general election run-off. He would be reelected for a third term in 2011.
COP KILLINGS LEAD TO CHICAGO & MINNESOTA BEING RED ALERT!
After the release of the video of La Quan McDonald in Chicago being executed by cops and the killing of Jamar Clark in Minnesota by cops which resulted in 5 protestors being shot by psychotic whites, cites are on Red Alert!
Was La Quan setup to be killed? Were the shootings in Minnesota orchestrated by an unseen hand?
Call in and let’s discuss the details of these cases that the mainstream media are not revealing and what should Black people do to protect themselves.
November 24 2015…11 p C/12 a E…CALL/CHAT/LISTEN~ 602-753-1697
Call To Action Tonight!!
Join in the lively discussions that always take place at THE LOTUS PLACE!
HOST ~BLACK ROSE
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Edmond Robinson
Edmond Robinson, Jr. is an American football linebacker for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He played college football at Newberry. He was drafted by the Vikings in the seventh round, 232nd overall of the 2015 NFL Draft.
The Boilermakers appear a confident group before their game vs. Minnesota, perhaps based off their second-half at Michigan State. We'll break down the matchup vs. the Golden Gophers and have a conversation with Marcus Fuller of the Pioneer Press. Plus, Markell Jones had a big - and speedy - day; he's our featured player. And we'll give our predictions, "Our Boys," and much more.
TODAY on Prairie Land Pagan Radio at 11 AM
My guests will be 3 ladies from Wild Indigo Coyote from Cedar Rapids!
Wild Indigo Coyote is a retail vendor that specializes in Crystals, Stones, Pendulums, plus Wild Indigo Coyote provides handmade original metaphysical tools, jewelry, decorations, and other unique gifts. They also provide Metaphysical services such as readings and Shamanistic Healings and Reiki and Animal Reiki
Come tune in at 11 AM CDT!!
This is only week 11, in the NFL, but the game between the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings will go a long way to determine the NFC North Champion. The Vikings enter the game 7-2, while the Packers are 6-3. If the Vikings beat the Packers they will have a two game lead in the win column, and making the week 17 matchup more intriguing.
Minnesota has not allowed more than 21 points during their five game winning streak. Mike Zimmer came to Minnesota with a strong defensive background. He has implemented a scheme that has them ranked second in the NFL, in points allowed (17.1). Teams have had a hard time running the ball against the eigth ranked rush defense. Evan talks about the sack stat being overrated, which could be the case with the Vikings. They rank 16th in the league with 21 sacks but have gotten enough pressure to be effective and rank 15th against the pass. Offensively, the Vikings will lean on Adrian Peterson who leads the league in rushing, with 961 yards. Peterson averages 21.7 carries per game. Teddy Bridgewater has been average at best, boosting and 84.6 quarterback rating, which actually ranks 34th among all NFL quarterbacks.
The Green Bay Packers are trying to figure out where the disconnect is on offense. During the three game losing streak; the Packers have only scored 17 first half points. The last two weeks have seen the offense come alive in the fourth quarter and tried to mount comebacks. Against the Carolina Panthers they fell yards short, and against the Detroit Lions they missed a two point conversion and a field goal. The Packers have abandoned the run game, and it will be no easy task getting it going against the Vikings. The offense line that was keeping Aaron Rodgers clean in the beginning of the season, have been dominated for three straight weeks. Finally, they need to get their playmakers into space and make plays.
Zach Harper (@talkhoops) of CBS Sports joins Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) to preview the Minnesota Timberwolves season. Topics include: How Andrew Wiggins can improve in his second season, the ceiling of Karl Towns, which of the other young prospects on the team will be part of the future, the squad's best lineups, whether young players should be handed entitlement minutes, and a season prediction.
#FTLOM2 FaceOFF's with Fleezy (NC) King Bo (AR) Chip (AR) Terry F (SC) with Nina Brown L. Boogie and Lee Hustle