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  • 01:01

    Our First All-West Coast Show

    in News

    So Julito and Sharis are together in the studio for the first time. They are broadcasting from Los Angeles. Hector Barajas, director of Deported Veterans Support House, joins us in the first part of the hour.  Barajas grew up in Compton, graduated from Compton High School in 1995, and then he became a paratrooper for the US Army 82nd Airborne out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

    Later in the show, we talk with Grammy-nominated Locos Por Juana.

  • 01:02

    Are Those Eligible for DACA and DAPA Getting Deported?

    in News

    Tonight, immigration attorney Matthew Kolken will join us to discuss his latest piece: Why Are DACA- and DAPA-Eligible Immigrants Still Being Deported?

    Later in the show, Myra-Gissel Durán will talk about International Women's Day, which was celebrated on March 8 all over the world.

    Call in to share your thoughts: (347) 308-8633.

  • 00:06

    Trump Almost Right-Some People Arrested 4 Celebrating 9/11 But They Were Israeli

    in Politics Progressive

    As Donald Trump continues to insist that he saw “thousands” of Muslims cheering the destruction of World Trade Ctr. - let’s pause 2 remember that several Israelis were arrested, eventually deported 4 acting suspiciously on 9/11.

    Trump has said he personally witnessed large numbers of Muslims holding “tailgate parties” in New Jersey on 9/11/01, and his campaign manager suggested that “special interests” who control the media have conspired to bury video footage to back the Republican candidate’s claims.

    The GOP frontrunner has dug himself in so deep defending those claims, which are not supported by law enforcement or media accounts that he mocked a disabled reporter who questioned his recollection.

    Police detained, questioned and eventually released a # of Muslims in New York City area who were accused of behaving suspiciously following the terrorist attacks but investigators found most of those claims to be unfounded.

    A New Jersey woman, however, reported some suspicious men she saw recording video from a moving van that actually did result in arrests.

    Police detained, questioned and eventually released a number of Muslims in the New York City area who were accused of behaving suspiciously following the terrorist attacks but investigators found most of those claims to be unfounded.

    A New Jersey woman, however, reported some suspicious men she saw recording video from a moving van that actually did result in arrests.

    The woman, identified by police and news reports only as Maria, said she spotted three men kneeling on the roof of a white van outside her New Jersey apartment building as she watched the towers burn through binoculars.

    She called police, who arrested 5 men identified as Sivan Kurzberg-Paul Kurzberg-Oded Ellner-Omer Marmari-Yaron Shmuel - not muslim names.

  • 01:00

    Who were the Winners and losers from the fourth GOP debate?

    in Current Events

    Lisa Durden (www.lisadurden.com) is a sought after African American Pop-Culture/Political Commentator


    DEBATE with 

    Ringside Politics with a Punch with Jeff Crouere ..

    Joe Goldner
    co-host at The Truth Is Out There-Voice of the People Radio Show

    Debbie Georgatos
    Fox NewsRadio Political Analyst
    Host: Ladies, Can We Talk? Sunday 6-8PM 

    Winners and losers from the fourth GOP debate

    Poll Shows Hillary Clinton Maintaining Lead Over Bernie Sanders


    Fellow students rush to SUPPORT football player accused of raping unconscious girl, 16, at house party - even though police say he has admitted the crime

  • 02:00

    Armistice Day

    in Politics

    Today we at RFK have a special program for Armistice Day, celebrating the end of World War I.

    "The war to end all wars."

    Courtesy the Global Research News Hour (60 min.) with guests: Michael Welch, Stan Goff, Joshua Key, David Swanson

    This episode of the Global Research News Hour takes a dissenting look at the Remembrance and Veterans' Day ceremonies,and similar memorializing and valourization of the soldier as an instrument by which anti-war sentiments and organizing are subverted. The episode looks at what it will take to dismantle the mythology of militarism in our society. We speak with an outspoken anti-war activist and blogger, who is also the author of several books including 'War is a Lie' and 'When the World Outlawed War'. We also air a previously broadcast interview with Stan Goff and Joshua Key. Stan Goff is a Retired Master Sergeant from the U.S. Army. He is now a pacifist and author of a number of books including his most recent, Borderline – Reflections on War, Sex, and Church from Wipf and Stock (Cascade Books).

    Joshua Key deserted the Iraq War in 2003,and crossed the border into Canada in 2005. He is the author along with Lawrence (Book of Negroes) Hill of The Deserter’s Tale: The Story of an Ordinary Soldier who Walked Away from the War in Iraq. Having failed to secure refugee status, he is concerned he could soon be deported from Canada and sent to a military prison.


  • Yardie Skeptics (S.03, ep.20): Season 3 Finale

    in Education

    It's that time of the year again when the Yardie Skeptics wrap up yet another successful season! Come join us this Sunday, November 1st at 12:30pm EDT (12:30pm Jamaica time) as we bring the curtains down on our third season, doing a season review and looking ahead for new topics to explore next season. Come relive some of your memories from this season and tell us what direction you'd like to see the Yardie Skeptics branch out into for season 4. 

    Live on air will be Prof. Verene Shepherd to tell us about the recently concluded symbolic trial of Governor Eyre, where Governor Eyre was found guilty of the debacle which was the Moran Bay incident of 1865 and subsequently deported back to England to serve his prison sentence. Also joining us will be Jamaica's public defender Arlene Harrison-Henry who, having declared that the St. Hilda's head girl removal was a clear case of religious discrimination, has renewed the call for the implementation of anti-discrimination legislation. That's right folks, we're going out with a bang this season! 

  • 00:58

    Elections in Argentina and US-Latin America stories of the week

    in Politics

    Guest: Fausta Rodriguez-Wertz, the editor of Fausta's Blog.......We will look at the elections in Argentina.....the opposition candidate surprised everyone by forcing a runoff scheduled for Nov 22.......there is great disillusionment with corruption. the bad economy and crony capitalism.........we will also hear about the elections in Colombia............Jimmy Morales wins in Guatemala by a landslide......the hurricane in Mexico..............Central Americans continue to be deported from Mexico........

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  • 01:02

    Shattered Lives: Illegal Immigrant Spared Deportation Murders CT Woman

    in News

    In 1996 an illegal immigrant was found guilty of attempted murder and sentenced to prison. He was to be deported to his home country after serving his sentence in CT. However, he was not deported and 5 months after his release he murdered Casey Chadwick in Norwich, CT.

    Our guest is Wendy Hartling, the mother of murder victim Casey Chadwick. Ms. Hartling and her daughter were very close and the tragic loss has been devastating. Advocacy to raise public awareness and reform of failed national deportation policies for dangerous convicted immigrants has become Ms. Hartling's goal.

    She appears along with her Attorney Chester Fairlie of New London, CT who has served as a crime victim advocate for twenty six years. He is a co-facilitator of the support group in New London for Survivors of Homicide. Survivors may contact the group through Mr.Ill Fairlie's office phone 860 443 5297.

  • 00:17

    How crimes can impact a non-citizen status

    in Legal

    How crimes can impact a non-citizen status

    Some crimes can get a non-US citizen (“N-USC”) deported. It is the conviction of certain crime or the admission to certain crimes that makes the N-USC inadmissible to the United States (US). When a N-USC is inadmissible, it can mean one of two things. First, a person was admitted to the US in some status (student, lawful permanent resident, and/or visitor status to name a few), but after the commission and conviction or admission to the crime that person becomes inadmissible and absent a waiver may not be able to get a green card or hold onto the green card or other status. Second, inadmissible also means that a person is at a port of entry and based on some crime and/or other violation of the US laws (s)he is not allowed to enter the US. When there is a crime, fraud and/or misrepresentation, sometimes a waiver may correct the problem. Some crimes and or misrepresentation cannot be cured with a waiver. A few examples are: sexual assault of minors, some other sexual assault crimes, domestic assault, claims to be a United States citizen (USC), killing someone to name a few.  Sometimes two or more crimes involving moral turpitude (CIMT) can impact your immigration status.

    Marcus Jarvis, Attorney at Law, 3621 85th Ave. N., Suite 201, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443. T. 763 425 5447. F. 763 425 5498. www.m-jlawltd.com . www.a-tbooks.com. #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.

  • Immigration Waivers

    in Legal


    In the immigration world, there are numerous waivers that some individuals may need to avail themselves to. Form I-601 is used to apply for a multitude of waivers. For example, if a person came to the US on a B-1/B-2 Visa and #overstays the visa between 181 to 365 days, that person will be barred from entering the US for a period of up to three (3) years. If that same person #overstays the visa for more than 366 days, that person is barred for 10 years. The Form I-601 waiver can be used to reduce that bar to sometimes months. Form I-601 is also used to forgive some petty crimes, some fraud & misrepresentation, and a onetime use of 30 grams or less of marijuana. If an intending spouse came to the US without being inspected or paroled and that spouse is the beneficiary of an immigrant visa, that spouse may avail him/herself of a Form I-601A waiver. That waiver gets approved before the beneficiary spouse has to travel to an American Consulate to be interviewed and collect the green card. Form I-212 is used when a person gets deported. Form I-612 is used when there is a residency requirement.   

    Marcus Jarvis is an International Business, Immigration, and Criminal Defense Lawyer. He is the author of A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States: What you NEED to know when you come to America. Google: Marcus Jarvis for his contact. Dial: 1-(763) 425 5447.Visit: www.a-tbooks.com  and www.m-jlawltd.com .Twitter: @wadali1960      Fb: marcus Jarvis. Address: 3621 85th Ave. N., Suite 201, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443. #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.a-tbooks.com


  • United States Incarceration Industry Exposed/ Public Exploitation

    in Current Events

    Between October 30 and November 2,2015,  the United States will release 6,000 federal prisoners in accordance to new guidelines that went into effect November 2014 when an independent federal commission proposed shorter sentences for drug offenders. The result of the commission's decision that -just because someone was sentenced to a long prison term during the peak of the tough-on-crime era, he shouldn't automatically have to serve more time than he'd get if he were sentenced today. Of the 6000 to be released, only 4,000 are US citizens; about 2,000 of the prisoners scheduled for release are unauthorized immigrants, who will be detained and deported immediately after they're released from federal prison and legal immigrants

    In January 2014, the Commission indicated it  would reduce the drug sentencing guidelines and in March 2014, the Attorney General supported new guidelines being applied to on-going drug cases. As many as 46,000 prisoners are eligible to apply for shorter sentences under the change.

    In 2011, Congress reduced the sentencing disparity between "crack" and powder cocaine and the Sentencing Commission decided to allow current prisoners sentenced for crack cocaine to apply for shorter sentences. The United States incarcerates more people than any other country in the world. Ten thousand people are released from prison every week, most of them from state prisoners.  Typically, the federal government releases 55,000 prisoners a year. It will be interesting to see how the federal criminal justice system will help ex-inmates reenter society. 

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