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American Freedom Watch Radio with Karen Schoen and John Estabrooks.
Guest Kevin Wood - Citizen Activist Speaking against John Deal's Amendment Senate Bill 542 - Child Rape Victims
Guest John Hallman - Regionalism and the Florida Legislature
Get Involved Today! It is the right thing to do.
in Pop Culture
Jointhe SpookHunters as they celebrate one of the reatest days all year. FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!
When they guys are not Hunting Spooks, they are usually nose deep in a comic book. Swing by the shop and watch the show LIVE and dig through Damon's Long Box take home some FREE comics!
LIVING DEAD COMICS
3227 Curry Ford Rd, Orlando, FL 32806
A lot of Characters are dying. We'll be discussing. Plus DC and Marvel are totally resetting!
You don't want to miss out on this geek fest.
The Jumah Khutbah will be given by Imam Yahya Abdullah from Jacksonville, FL - and it will be followed by a presentation from Imam Wallace Deen Mohammed.
This weeks Jumah Khutbah will be done by Imam Yahya Abdullah, from Jacksonville, FL
Speech by Imam Wallace Deen Mohammed follows
The Weekly Wrestling Podcast proudly welcomes Jaze Hart to the team as he brings us "Wake the Fl*ck Up".In the 3rd episode of the show, Jaze talks about a few things including life, love, the universe, what it means to be human, Jesse Ventura, and 9/11!
After decades of trying to rebound from the Black exploitation period, the crack cocaine era, the gansta rap era, the explosion of lesbianism, the explosion of "homosexuality", the explosion of miscegenation (interracial dating/marriage/sex), we are finally at the stage of creating an international movement for Afrikan people.
Black people have been crying out for a movement that was open to Black people from every walk of life for decades. In fact, not since the time of Marcus Mosiah Garvey have we had an opportunity to create an international platform for Black unity and self-improvement that crossed all religions, languages, political ideologies, etc . . . Also, not since the Garvey Movement have we had an international platform that was open to Black people; but closed to non-Black people.
And never before have we had a platform that was closed to Black integrationists and sexual perverts.
The Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) is the most promising socio-political/economic platform in modern history. It is a platform that can capture the imagination of Afrikan people worldwide. This is a program you want to listen to.
Tonight's program will be with the distinguised leader of the Tampa, FL chapter of the SBPM - Brother Aleous. We are going to have a platform that Black people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds can embrace. And with this platform, we will move mountains!
Dino's Bar and Grill in Port Charlotte FL featuring Indipendent music from Wrench "Touched". & Brandon Rojas with "Wave Goodbye".
ALOHA SNACKBAR! also some news feeds we can make fun of and or I mean um educate people. ALOHA SNACKBAR!
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JUNE 20 IN ATLANTA GA
Author Melinda Pearce: Orlando FL - Above And Below This Reality
Author Melinda Pearce has a higher purpose and it shows through her work. She will reveal to our listeners how the power of the mind can create your reality.
This forward thinker delves deep into the relationships we have with ourselves and how to overcome limited beliefs…
in Rock Music
Today Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Jace Pawlak to the show
In the past few years, Jace Pawlak is being heard more and more as his material is being covered by an ever-increasing number of bands. This is the beginning of his goal in the music business, along with releasing his own albums on his terms. ““When I was 14 and discovered Diane Warren it was the first time I realized that a person could write songs for bands/artists for a living. I never thought that writing songs could be a ‘job’. From that point on, all I wanted to do was write and get my songs in the hands of great singers, musicians, and producers…to make my living with music.”
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