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Join us for what is - without a doubt - the biggest guest lineup ever in the history of Brooklyn GOP Radio. We've been given an amazing opportunity. the staff of Brooklyn GOP Radio has been granted EXCLUSIVE access to the June lineup for the members-only New York Meeting, a nationally-recognized gathering of elected officials, journalists, business leaders and conservative authors in New York City at The Grand Hyatt, run by Mallory Factor and friend of the show / mastermind behind Congressman Bob Turner's earth-shattering victory, O’Brien Murray.
And the line-up this month is nothing short of phenomenal.
Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA)
Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)
Haley Barbour, the 62nd Governor of the State of Mississippi,
Gov. Rick Perry, the 47th Governor of Texas
Rep. Roger Williams, (R-TX), Bill Kristol, Weekly Standard, and Jeff Bell, Republican Candidate for US Senate, New Jersey
The word "huge" doesn't describe this show! Tune in! For more on the show, CLICK HERE!
Tonight, we discuss the latest grassroots campaign launched by the black blogs/Twittersphere to encourage advertisers of The Apprentice to pull out; Haley Barbour dropping out of the 2012 race & Ron Paul jumping in it for the third time; and Brandon Marshall stabbing by his wife Michi Nogami-Marshall
Yazoo City was perhaps the only municipality in Mississippi that managed to integrate the schools without violence. Haley Barbour asked why he thought that was so.
“Because the business community wouldn’t stand for it,” he said. “You heard of the Citizens Councils? Up north they think it was like the KKK. Where I come from it was an organization of town leaders. In Yazoo City they passed a resolution that said anybody who started a chapter of the Klan would get their ass run out of town. If you had a job, you’d lose it. If you had a store, they’d see nobody shopped there. We didn’t have a problem with the Klan in Yazoo City.”
In interviews Barbour doesn’t have much to say about growing up in the midst of the civil rights revolution. “I just don’t remember it as being that bad,” he said. “I remember Martin Luther King came to town, in ’62. He spoke out at the old fairground and it was full of people, black and white.”
“If I can help one victim survive, I believe I survived for a reason.” ~ Kathy Haley
Kathy Haley’s a survivor of Domestic Violence and Activist. Her story or should we say “nightmare” is one that needs to be told and retold to the millions of women experiencing domestic violence and stalking. Kathy is a regular speaker for the National Institute of Crime Prevention, she has been a guest on the Maury Povich Show, the Radio Talk Show with Host Leslie Marshall and has been utilized by several other domestic violence groups as an expert in the field of domestic violence.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE: 1 800 779- 7233 or 1 800 787-3224 (TTY)
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Super Bowl Champion George Visger.
On May 29, 2015 the Red Lion Inn Woodlake Conference Center will host a Fashion Show & Gala bringing Education & Awareness to Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI"s)
Draft Day Sacramento will bring NFL & Fashion Celebrities to the Capital City!
NFL Giving Back Appearing:
George Visger - Former NFL Player 1981 Champion 49ers
Chris Borland 3rd round pick 49ers Retired due to concussions.
Adrian Ross - Cincinnati Bengals.
Markus Koch - Washington Redskins
Jeff Sevy - 10 years in the NFL
Ricky Williams - Dolphins & College Hall of Fame Inductee.
Eric Williams - Dallas Cowboys
Terrelle Smith - New Orleans Saints
OUT OF MY HEAD: My Life In and Out of Football
George Visger, a member of the San Francisco 49ers' first Super Bowl champions in 1981-82, has lived with a shunt in his brain ever since as a result of the many concussions he sustained during his football career.
Despite suffering from "water on the brain" and impaired short-term memory, he became a wildlife biologist, a prominent figure in the fight for fair treatment of retired players by the $10-billion-a-year National Football League, and advocate in solutions to the American football concussion crisis at all levels.
This is his remarkable story.
1. In the News 2. Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) talked about his book Our Lost Constitution: The Willful Subversion of America’s Founding Document, in which he examines portions of the U.S. Constitution that he argues are currently diminished, including the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable search and seizures and the Origination Clause, which states that all tax bills must originate in the House of Representatives. Senator Lee spoke with Matt Kibbe, president and CEO of FreedomWorks. 3. Book Talk 4. Listener Calls
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Daniel Blanchard.
Dan Blanchard the Award Winning Author, Speaker, Educator two-time Junior Olympian Wrestler, and two-time Junior Olympian Wrestling Coach grew up as a student-athlete. However, Dan admits that as a youth he was more of an athlete than a student. Dan has now successfully completed fourteen years of college and has earned seven degrees. He teaches Social Studies in Connecticut’s largest inner-city high school. In addition, Dan is a Teacher Consultant for the University of Connecticut’s Writing Project. He was chosen by the American Federation of Teachers as their face and voice of educational reform. Because Dan’s students repeatedly asked him to write a book to tell others what he tells them, Dan finally listened and has now authored two dynamic teen leadership books, Granddaddy’s Secrets: Feeling Lucky? and Granddaddy’s Secrets: Feeling Good. His third book of the Granddaddy’s Secrets series, Feeling Strong! will be out next year. As an educator, coach, author, and speaker Dan feels that it is his duty to positively influence our youth every chance that he gets! He lives with his wife, Jennifer, their five children, and family dog, Daisy and is available for speaking engagements.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will inteview author Mark Falkin.
In Mark’s book, he takes a deep look into the serious social upheaval that we have seen and more that there is to come in our immediate future. This politically charged debut brings up just what might be percolating under the surface of young America and is a timely discussion on the heels of an election year and in the midst of a crisis.
Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mark Falkin has lived in Texas for the last twenty years and has called Austin home for most of that time. By day, he is a literary agent and a recovering music attorney. His 2006 self-published novel, Days of Grace, was optioned for a film, and nominated for a national literary award, The Needle Award, at POD-dy Mouth blog. He writes, he reads, he tries to find time to paddle Texas waters, he goes for long walks, and he keeps an eye on his young daughters, snatching hugs here and there.
Children Radio show By children for children.
Olivia Y. Mississippi and her little sister Barbour Mississippi having Lived through foster care wanted to do something to inspire and encourage other children that have gone through this or any other life experience they may need to talk about.
The names was Olivia Y Mississippi idea based on a law suit done in Mississippi olivia y v barbour
Olivia Y Mississippi wanting to be a Attorney was inspired by the work Marcia Lowry has done to help children.
Olivia Y Mississippi will decide what the show is about. Take calls from other children. Also she will Facebook and tweet other children. This show was created to be a voice for Children and to help children that may need a healthy outlet and may not have one.
Olivia Y Mississippi Childrens Internet Radio
Radio continues to give a voice to thousands of children across the developing world
During 2015: Radio continues to be the most important tool to provide young people with information and give a voice to children across the developing world, many of whom live in remote or disaster-prone areas, says child rights organisation Plan International.
From early and forced marriage to child abuse, children across the world are using community radio and participatory radio initiatives to voice their opinion on a range of issues that affect their lives. They are also using the power of radio to advocate for their rights, support other young people and make themselves heard.
1. In the News 2. Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik talked by remote video from New York City about his book, From Jailer to Jailed, in which he detailed his 2010 guilty plea to making false statements and tax charges for which he served three years in federal prison. He talked about the criminal justice system and prison reform and also the civil rights investigation into the Baltimore Police Department announced the previous day. He also responded to electronic communications and telephone lines divided between those in law enforcement, those with experience in the prison system, and all others. 3. Book Talk 4. Listener Calls
1) We must know the difference between the provincial historic world, from the biblical fictional province. World history is about people of the past, and a record of literal or in other words, parochial; which defines to be something supported by or located in a parish, restricted to a narrow scope in provincial. Alex Haley saga of Roots, is not about ghost or fictional imagination but about actual things. Now if you believe in the things Alex Haley writes about, you can locate them somehow. The study of history will give you the tools to examine not only the lives of others, but also your own life..... There is history for how human beings were first born, E. g, the place of birth name is Bit Shimti, Africa House where the wind of life is breathed in, a laboratory. 2) The bible in contrast, is based on revelation has no place of birth for people, like real African shows. The bible characters are spirits, never have been located by anyone. The bible makes its claim on its foundational reliance all inscrutable, and the bible compels and forced compliance to accept allegorical and fictional ideas.