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  • 00:56

    Gunshot survivor Gwen Chesnut joins The Woman at the Well

    in Culture

    Gunshot survivor, Gwen Chesnut, joins The Woman at the Well, Beverly Black Johnson, to discuss her forthcoming memoirs on how she survived multiple vicious attacks and car accidents that sought to leave her for dead.


  • 00:56

    Dealing with gunshot wounds in a post-disaster environment!

    in Education

    The Human Path
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    Regardless of how well you train, if you are in a gun battle, you stand a good chance of being shot. You must anticipate how to deal with a gunshot wound of yourself or someone else close to you, as seriously as you train with your firearm.

    I will talk about first aid from A to Z (as much as I can in 1 hour) for a gunshot wound. This will include both immediate first aid as well as follow up medical care in the case that there is no higher definitive care available. As always, I will assume the worst and that you have a minimum of or even no pharmaceutical medicine available, and will talk about plant medicine and other ways of dealing with initial trauma and long-term infection.

    A gunshot wound in a post-disaster situation is a nightmare waiting to happen, but being prepared to handle it correctly as quickly as possible will (depending on the location of the wound) greatly increase the chance of survival of the gunshot victim. Being prepared to handle the long-term care will increase the survival rate even more.

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  • 01:00

    CloseUP- Say NO to Bullying!

    in Motivation

    On April 2nd, 14 year old high school freshman from McKinney, Texas, Raymond Howell, Jr, was found dead in a drainage ditch from a gunshot wound. He killed himself. Why you ask would a 14 year old beautiful boy waste his life like that? Police say it was a result of bullying. Suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death among young people, estimating around 4400 deaths a year. Victims of bullying are 2-9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims. When you start digging a little deeper into someone's past, most likely you'll find that they were the victims of bullying at some point in their lives.  eWomeNetwork 2014 Humanitarian of the Year, Dr. Audrey Newsome, founded the Bully Suicide Project, in hopes to eradicate bullying. She has worked with school districts to create anti-bullying programs and is about to launch another. This time her program will use the star athletes in the schools to help stop bullying. Listen in and find out why as well as what YOU can do to help prevent your child from being a victim.

  • 01:00

    Sajdah and Moor Really Show

    in Religion

    Join the sajdah and Moor really Show with 11-12 Year olds Sajdah and Marili as they talk about youthful topics. At the age of 3 she fell prey to violence and was shot paralyzing her from the waist down, by 5 Kai Leigh Harriott looked up from her blue wheelchair in the hushed courtroom and faced the man who fired the stray gunshot surprisingly forgiving him for his actions. Tonight join the Sajdah and Moor Really? Show as they catch up with 14 year old Kai as she talks about the journey to forgiveness and life purpose.

  • 00:23

    Interview with Erin Kerr Rooks for In Between Dreams

    in Books

    In Hong Kong, four friends are on a secret mission to retrieve a hostage named Mei from a dangerous triad. Halene is the leader, the creative mastermind. Daniel is the logical one and the client convincer. Sam is the translator. And last but not least, there’s Bailey, the comforter, who calms clients amid intense situations.

    After escaping with Mei, Sam and Bailey are left to watch over her while Halene and Daniel set the rest of their removal plan in motion. But a gunman discovers them and shoots Bailey in the shoulder…

    Bailey shudders, blinks, swallows—and wakes up. No gunshot wound, no Sam or Mei, no Hong Kong. Just another vivid dream.

    Suffering from an undiagnosed sleeping disorder, every month or so, Bailey falls asleep for days at a time, experiencing what are referred to as “sleep attacks.” During these episodes, she always finds herself on dangerous missions with the same three people—though she’s never seen any of them or done any of these things in real life.

    Soon after the shocking end to her last sleep attack, both her dream life and her real life take an astonishing turn…

  • 02:04

    White Genocide and the Decimation of a People

    in Politics Conservative

    Officer Rafael Ramos sat in the driver's seat. Officer Wenjian Liu was at his side.  The two cops weren't at their usual precinct -- normally, the pair was assigned to downtown Brooklyn, but they were working a "critical response" detail in an area with higher crime, police said.  That's where they were slain, ambush-style -- Saturday afternoon as they sat in their patrol car, New York Police Commissioner William Bratton said at an evening news conference.  The gunman approached the passenger side of the patrol car and took a shooting stance, witnesses told police. He opened fire several times, striking both officers in the head, Bratton said.

    They were "shot and killed with no warning, no provocation," Bratton told reporters. "They were quite simply, assassinated."  The gunman was found dead in a nearby subway station from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.  (above information and story courtesy of CNN)

    Join me, James Royster, your Host and the Voice of American White History Month this Sunday, December 21st at 7pm CST when I welcome some special guests to the show - Roxy Scharp and Bill Bohart - managers top ranking members of AWHM.  We'll be discussing the facts behind the recent killings of police officers in retaliation for the death of Eric Garner and Mike Brown - what it means to us as a People and as a Nation.

    This will be a call-in show, where we welcome your questions and comments.  The call-in number is (347) 637-3768 so we welcome your questions and comments during the entire broadcast.

  • 00:46

    Live Interview with Terrance Kelly Father Landrin Kelly

    in Politics

    De La Salle High School football star Terrance Kelly left a long trail of athletic accolades by the time he graduated in 2004.Ranked No. 4 on the Times' "Cream of the Crop" list of the region's top college football prospects for 2004.First-team selection for the All-Times football team.Named one of the Times' Top 100 athletes of 2004. Football star Terrance Kelly phoned about 10:30 p.m. August 12,2014 to tell his little brother that he was waiting out front to give him a ride home. But when the young man stepped out, he found Terrance hanging from the driver's side door, bleeding from gunshot wounds.The 18-year-old lifelong Richmond resident died one day before his athletic talent was to lift him from the tough and gritty town of Richmond,CA on the wings of a full scholarship to the University of Oregon.

  • 00:56

    Survival Medicine Hour: Diseases crossing the border, gunshot wounds, and more

    in Health

    In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss some diseases that are making it across the border in the recent immigrant crisis, new self-guiding technology in small arms, gun shot wound kit essentials, and the ill effects of sleep procrastination...

  • 00:21

    042 JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL: "Outspoken and Unchained"

    in Self Help


    LeGrande Green interviews award-winning broadcast journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell. We talk about her recent departure from HLN and her new social media project “Jane Unchained.” From animal welfare to the death penalty, Jane has a LOT to say about current events that affect our lives.

    “I just interviewed Esther the Wonder Pig,” she says with excitement. “My interests run the gamut but always center on compassion. I am here to speak about crimes against people, animals and the environment.”

    A best-selling author and sought-after commentator, Jane also goes into the mind of a killer with her book Exposed. The Secret Life of Jodi Arias. On June 9, 2008, the butchered body of Travis Alexander was found in his Mesa, Arizona home.

    The grisly nature of his death made instant headlines: with twenty-nine knife wounds, his throat slit, and a gunshot to the head, Travis was left to die. The prime suspect in the case was Alexander’s ex-girlfriend, the attractive and soft-spoken Jodi Arias.

  • 02:01

    Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting. Because... liberty

    in Entertainment

    Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting

    A well-liked freshman "homecoming prince" opened fire inside a high-school cafeteria north of Seattle on Friday, killing one girl and shooting four other students in the head before taking his own life.

    Three of the students wounded at Marysville-Pilchuck High School were in "very critical" condition Friday afternoon, said a hospital spokeswoman.

    Police said the gunman, identified Friday evening as Jaylen Fryberg, died from a self-inflicted gunshot. It was not clear whether the girl was pronounced dead at the scene.

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 936

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Kathy Haley from Florida, a gunshot victim and survivor of domestic violence who has become a victim's advocate for DV and those with disabilities. "I am a survivor of domestic violence and am in a wheelchair because I was shot 4 times by my husband in 1992," Kathy shares. "Since that time I have been very outspoken concerning domestic and dating violence. My story is currently running on Discovery ID on stalking." It seems Kathy Haley's estranged husband Dave didn't seem to want to take "no" for an answer, and that included the court order she had against him. Nothing could keep him away. "I was shot 4 times by my [estranged] husband and have been in a wheelchair ever since. One of the bullets hit my right elbow, another struck my upper back. One went in my lower back, and then one in my abdomen. Then he shot himself in the head with his .38 caliber handgun." She goes on, "I speak about what it takes to overcome being a victim and maintain a positive outlook." Kathy offers her experience, strength and hope to anyone who needs it. "I have a very powerful story to tell and I'll do so, passionately, around the country. I am always willing to speak to any groups that would like to hear a tragic situation [delivered] with a bit of humor. It will certainly grab the audience's attention. Please contact me by email if you would like more information." (kathywom@aol.com)