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First off, Happy Thanksgiving to all "CleftCast" listeners! Thanksgiving, obviously, is a holiday where giving thanks for what we all have in life is emphasized (far beyond those Christmas and holiday sales commercials on TV and radio). Yet it can be tough to feel or even be thankful if or when a child or young adult is going through serious complications -- either medically or emotionally -- because of their cleft or craniofacial anomaly. On this week's "CleftCast," host Joe Rutland talks a little about his own experiences with Thanksgivings gone by and offers a few words of encouragement for those not feeling that spice of gratitiude and joy on this holiday. Download "CleftCast" at iTunes and Blog Talk Radio. Every minute counts ... and you are loved.
You can not escape this topic at all. Dr. Bill Cosby's past is in the news AGAIN!
The accusations about the people who say he used a drug to take advantage of them have resurfaced. Some have been paid off and some are new to the scene altogether.
You would have had to be under a rock in order for this not to be something you have heard of even a headlines worth. A lot of nerves have been hit with this comin out again. There are those who have been sexually assaulted that are passionately speaking out for his accusers.
There are interviews where he will not open his mouth to speak about these accusationa at all and America feels like he owes them this. He has been America's favorite African American Dad for a number of years. He seems to be losing ground at 77 years of age.
The court of public opinion is not playing. But do they know what they want as restitution from Dr. Cosby? What will make all well with the world again as far as he is concerned?
Hosted by criminal defense lawyer Elizabeth Kelley, CelebrityCourt counts down the top celebrity legal news stories of the week. In this episode, she talks with DC criminal defense lawyer Paul Zukerberg about the impact of former Mayor Marion Barry on the criminal justice system in our nation's capital; Steve Wimberly, filmmaker, on his documentary of the life of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman who is serving a federal prison sentence; and Walt Pavlo, writer on white collar crime for forbes.com, on the investigation into former Rhode Island Attorney General Patrick C. Lynch. http://www.elizabethkelleylaw.com @CelebCourt.
tonight tanked and punished returns as Punisher and his co host tankgrrrl bring you laughs topics segments and more.
nominations for douche of the week begins again tonight
what grinds pun gears, the people who cant take a hint
Whats going on in EWA as far as counts take over and puns outlook for getting it back
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Friend, what does Jell-O, Fat Albert, and Huxtable have in common? …America’s Dad, Bill Cosby. Every day brings new allegations of sexual misconduct against the 77-year-old former “Cosby Show” creator. Cosby has gone to great lengths to ignore, refuse comment, deny the allegations, and remain silent. The public is calling for an explanation and a modern-day crucifixion, but our question of the day Is Silence Consent? Helping us with that as we continue our Election Series with have our “Domino Talk” duo, the Smith Brothers – Nehemiah & Jacques. Both are both “raising the consciousness” and providing a voice to world -- Reverend Nehemiah Smith, Editor-in-Chief of The Weekly Defender (http://weeklydefender.com/?section=home) and Bro. Jacques Smith -- man of God, father, husband, engineer. Both operate in the theater of ideas.
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UPDATE: The federal bribery & corruption trial of former Choctaw Nation Executive Director, Jason Merida, has been found guilty on all counts but one count. Sentencing will come later. The revelations from the trial has fanned the fire of the numerous similar allegations lasting several years, which had been smoldering since Hollis Roberts conviction in 1997.
From the activity in the social media, it is apparent this isn't over. Instead, it is a beginning of activism, educating and organizing the Chahta people into bringing about an overhaul of the governmental entity known as the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. The problem is, what will it look like when we are done? Will we be more unified? Or will we be divided into factions? If we as Chahta people want to make a better Nation for our children, then it is our responsibilities to no longer remain silent. Our steps to unity begin at home and community, where we begin developing a consensus of what we need to do to achieve our objective. And we do it ourselves, the real and lasting power to strengthen our nation is our own investment in what we create.
Bob Burlison, Kalyn Free and Stephen Leflore attended the trial and shared their observations through the social media. Chahta people from around the Nation needed it, but those who do not understad the realities we face living here has been polarized against them.
This is a very important issue, so please share. Time for the Chahta people to pay close attention as we draw near a critical campaign year.
United States Attorney Doug Horn in the final statement of his closing argument, turned away from the jury, looked directly at the spectators, pointed his finger and said, "The citizens of the Choctaw Nation are the victims in this case. We have not stopped our investigation nor will we rest. Choctaw people you have a lot of work to do."
Listen in as host Michael Harris speaks with Coach Bill Myles as he tells about his 77 year journey in the United States and it illuminates the role of athletics in the country's transition from slavery and segregation to equality and integration. The journey comes alive throught Billss story telling, his insider's view of sports and his revealing and often humourous aneodotes. Hear his stories of Jackie Robinson, Joe Lewis, Woody Hayes, Bod Devaney and Tom Osborne. While "Myles Traveled" is a sports story, it is also a message of faithe, family, love and hope.
How many hats does Anna Banguilan wear in any given day? Hat count all depends on who you ask? Ask her partner, kids, family, friends, employees, radio show guests and you'll come up with different hat counts every time!
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In some countries, there seems to be a belief that hiding children born with cleft lip/cleft palate/craniofacial anomalies is a good thing to do. Whether it stems from cultural shame or an indwelling belief that there is "something wrong" with those of us with anomalies, this type of behavior is dangerous and unhealthy. "CleftCast" host Joe Rutland discusses this and raises some emotional awareness to the possibility that changing this pattern is a worthwhile endeavor. This "CleftCast" #podcast is being done in conjunction with a Google Hangout, so it's being placed in video and #podcast history. Thanks for downloading "CleftCast" at iTunes and Blog Talk Radio. Every minute counts ... and you are loved.
LaDonna Jempson will be a guest on tonight's show. Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will discuss the political happenings in the city of Moreno Valley. The current election counts that have changed results from the first count and a recap of the last City Council Meeting.