• 00:43

    Cliven Bundy Domestic Terrorist

    in Politics

    Glenn Beck criticized Cliven Bundy’s comments on race on his radio program Thursday, saying the Nevada rancher is “unhinged from reality” and urging his supporters to “end your relationship” with him.
    "Those people who hold themselves out to be patriots are not. They're nothing more than domestic terrorists,"  Harry Reid


    Nevada Cattlemen's Association does not condone actions that are outside the law in which citizens take the law into their own hands … Nevada Cattlemen’s Association does not feel it is our place to interfere in the process of adjudication in this matter.
    Grazing fees are assessed per “animal unit month” or AUM, the amount of forage needed to sustain one cow and her calf, one horse, or five sheep or goats for a month. The grazing fee for 2014, based on market conditions, is $1.35 per AUM – the lowest it can be set under federal law.)


     

  • 02:03

    Walls In Our Minds

    in Current Events

    * False Prosecution * Corrupt Federal Judiciary * Political Prisoners *


    Who are the real Domestic Terrorist?


    Tonight on Walls In Our Minds Our featured guest is Editor Ed Snook of US~Observer.


    Renewing the Foundations of Freedom Special weekly segment focusing on identifying and eliminating the walls in our minds so as to bring forth the Second American Revolution. Join Terry Dodd, Red Beckman, drkate, and others for a lively discussion and some real life strategy. Chat is open during the show for questions and comments.

  • 01:22

    Patriotic Terrorism (Who are the real Terrorist)

    in Islam

    Muslims are called terrorist for every act done by a brother or sister, from (allegedly) blowing up something to offering their prayer. The non-Muslims can terrifyingly murder masses of people but are able to call it patriotism. Well we have to call it what it is "Patriotic Terrorism". Call in and talk to your Host
     "Muhammad Hard Truth Smith" (347) 324-3601 
    YouTube Live/Blog Talk Radio

  • 03:43

    THE COMMUNITY ON ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON ONE POSITIVE WAY RADIO

    in Radio

    This month's program will honor the work and efforts of Wingman Gerald Green. In his time with OPWR he worked passionately and tirelessly on helping spread the word about abuse and domestic violence. As a abused child he became an abuser and then a survivor who became an advocate to help others.. His perspective from all sides made him uniquely qualified to speak from various angles. Join us as we hear from those who he directly impacted. Tonight The Community on Abuse & Domestic Violence honors Wingman Gerald Green.


     

  • 01:59

    "I Love You To Death: Teen Domestic Violence Tragedies"

    in Lifestyle

    Listeners' Choice Week continues with our listeners' voted in favorites.. Tonight, the segment touches on fatal abusive relationships in our teens.

  • 01:54

    Domestic Violence Interview: Az 1 Promo Radio

    in Music

    During this episode of Az 1 Promo Radio, we will be interviewing 3 domestic violence survivors. Sabrina Harris, Sheila Bryan, and J.R. Thicklin. 


    J.R. Thicklin is the President and CEO of Destiny By Choice, Inc. where he is empowering lives and shaping destinies of those lives impacted and affected by domestic violence and related abuse. He is a strong advocate and activist in the plight to end domestic violence and fatherlessness having been on the front lines as a trailblazer addressing and raising awareness for over 2 decades.


    Sheila Bryan was born and raised in Colombia (South America) She migrated to the United States at the tender age of 17 to pursue the American Dream and live our her Life Long Dream to become a Speaker, Motivational and Business Coach. 


    The visionary wonder behind this creative movement is CEO, Creative Strategist & Fashion Designer, Sabrina Harris. She is a victorious survivor of a long-term domestically violent and abusive marriage, and she welcomes every opportunity presented to share her story and support others dealing with similar or uniquely different life challenges. 


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    You can call in and listen to this show live by dialing (646) 668-8198 or by logging on to www.blogtalkradio.com/az1promoradio


     

  • 02:09

    Free Ya Mind Radio Present Domestic Violence & The African American Community

    in Culture

    Family it's time to turn up our community talk and actions. We have a big problem in our balck community and it's call domestic violence. Did you know that according the statistics domestic violence is reported to be the highest in the black community? Intimate partner violence (IPV) as a major public health issue for women, in particular, African American women. The intersection of IPV and institutional racism doubly victimizes African American women as they try to break out of the cycle of violence. The research shows that IPV in the African American community is more common and violent than in the Caucasian community due to structural, cultural community, and situational contexts, overshadowed by institutional racism, that effect the romantic relationships of African American men and women. Research shows that the anger, hatred, and frustrations of African American men, caused by institutional racism, are being displaced onto their wives and lovers. THIS BROADCAST WILL BE HOSTED BY SISTA TRIA & BROTHA SUN RE9

  • 00:59

    GOD WHERE ARE YOU

    in Women

    Where Is God in Difficult Times?


    That doesn't mean that those who know God will escape difficult times. They won't. When a terrorist attack causes suffering and death, those who know God will be involved in that suffering also. But there is a peace and a strength that God's presence gives. One follower of Jesus Christ put it this way: "We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed."4 Reality tells us that we will experience problems in life. However, if we go through them while knowing God, we can react to them with a different perspective and with a strength that is not our own. No problem has the capacity to be insurmountable to God. He is bigger than all the problems that can hit us, and we are not left alone to deal with them.

  • 01:00

    Making a Difference - Truckers Against Trafficking

    in Motivation

    Kylla Lanier is the Deputy Director and co-founder of Truckers Against Trafficking, a 501(c)3 organization that exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking and travel plaza industry to combat domestic sex trafficking. She is responsible for implementation of vision, communications management, training and volunteer coordination, partnership development and national promotion of organization. She manages and coordinates coalition builds between members of the trucking industry, law enforcement and local anti-trafficking groups; speaks on human trafficking and how the trucking industry is proactive in preventing and combatting it at conferences, in print, on radio, television, film, press conferences, universities, churches, trucking shows and trucking industry meetings and makes operational decisions for TAT. Mrs. Lanier also handles social media for TAT including managing the Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube accounts.


    TAT won the 2012 Norma Hotaling Award for Innovative Demand Reduction from Global Centurion, been recognized by the United Nations as one of the 100 Best Practices for Combatting Human Trafficking in 2013, been recognized on the Congressional floor for its grassroots efforts, received multiple special recognition awards from the trucking industry and received the Award of Service in 2014 from the Trafficking in America Taskforce. Mrs. Lanier has been involved in the fight against human trafficking since 2007 when she helped initiate the state coalition against trafficking in Oklahoma. In addition to her human trafficking work, she has authored a book called My Life Crazy about her missionary experiences working with gangs in El Salvador in the mid-1990s. She was also named Broken Arrow Public Schools District Teacher of the Year in 2011.


     


     

  • 00:31

    Domestic survivor Melissa Holmes next on Author Larry Toombs Gospel Radio Show

    in Lifestyle

    Melissa Holmes is the next guest on The Author Larry Toombs Gospel Radio Show. March 30, 2015 at 530 p.m. Central, she is a two times domestic abuse survivor. She is from Bronx N.Y. Call my show on Monday March 30, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. central @ 6464780999. Call the show to see how Melissa Holmes survived the terrible domestic abuse ordeal.

  • 00:31

    Fresh Manna: Strengthening the Families-Independent Living, Cutting the Cord

    in Religion

    STRENGTHENING THE FAMILIES:  Apostle Williams is available for Conferences, Seminars and Workshops that will build your ministry or church group.  Our Ministerial Team is comprised of educational and motivational speakers for your church meetings and special events to strengthen members, individuals and families, within the community or church. 


    Her goal is to provide Educational Seminars and resources for victims and families dealing with domestic violence, mental and emotional stress, and substance abuse that weaken the family structure and values.  These seminars are to help improve parenting skills, promote abstinence among our youth, and provide Christian counseling relating to family values and issues.  To strengthen, encourage and motivate men and women. Strengthening the Families Outreach Ministries Programs airs on Tuesdays on Fresh Manna Our Daily Bread Blog Talk Radio.  


    Today’s Discussion: Independent Living – Cutting the umbilical cord for co-dependant family and relatives.


    Apostle Loretta Williams is also on Facebook, Google + and Linkedin.


     

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