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  • 01:53

    MMA, UFC, Nick Diaz 5 Year Weed Suspension, Azealia Banks Ugly Gay Slur Moment

    in Entertainment

    Nick Diaz The Nevada Athletic Commission SLAMMED former UFC welterweight contender Nick Diaz, suspending the 32-year-old for five years and fining him $165,000 for testing positive for weed following his UFC 183 bout with Anderson Silva. 

    Azealia Banks is always in some sh**  Ms. Banks is seen on video cursing out a LAX flight attendant using a gay slur.  Is this a cry for help or a cry for attention?

    Call in and join Tim Black's Wolf Pack!


  • 02:22

    Wednesday With Wit

    in Politics

    Originally started during Summer 2013 with Thomas Witt, executive director, Equality Kansas the largest premier statewide organization for the LGBT communities. See: http://eqks.org/

    Segment Summary:  1st Hour - “This Way Out” the international gay and lesbian radio magazine. (30 min.) See: http://thiswayout.org/

    KKFI fm 90.5 Kansas City’s community FCC radio station broadcasts “This Way Out” every Saturday 2pm (Central).  It is live streamed at their website for out of range listeners.

    See: http://www.kkfi.org/on-air-guide/

    News Segment Summary: A Kentucky clerk rebels against court-ordered equality; a reality podcaster captures humor and pathos; there's no lull in homophobic assaults in the Ukraine, a crackdown at Mandalay's moat nets 9 gay men, bullying and bisexuality are scored in four countries, the plug is suspiciously pulled on the Moscow Premiere LGBT film festival, but Chinese regulators okay a gay movie romance, and more global LGBT news

    Then Amanda Marcotte’s outstanding “RH Reality Cast” from the vital news web site RH Reality Check. (30 min. ca.) See: http://rhrealitycheck.org/

    News Segment Summary: On this episode of Reality Cast, host Amanda Marcotte covers the Pope’s new abortion proclamation and the continuing “war on women.” Also, Annalee Newitz, editor in chief of Gizmodo, explains why the Ashley Madison hack isn’t about what you thought it was.

    2nd Hour: Hear the voices of Kansas progressives. We're stronger than you think.


  • 01:51

    If Kim Davis Was Black, Conservatives & Liberals Would Just Be Slut Shaming Her.

    in Entertainment

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    Made in America Festival: Music Festival Takes Place in Philadelphia Sept. 5-6
    Joan Rivers: Late Comedian, Actress and TV Host Remembered on Anniversary of Her Death
    13 Nights of Halloween: ABC Family Announces Lineup for 2015 Programming Special
    Little Rock Nine: 9 Black Arkansas Students Who Fought Segregation in 1957 Remembered on Sept. 4
    Simon Cowell: 'X-Factor' Host Appears to Tear Up After Contestant Josh Daniel's Audition
    Mike Huckabee: Presidential Candidate Says He Backs Clerk Who Refused to Issue Marriage Licenses
    Fox Lake, Illinois: Funeral for Slain Officer Set for Monday as Police Analyze Evidence, Officials Say
    Little Rock Nine: 9 Black Arkansas Students Who Fought Segregation in 1957 Remembered on Sept. 4
    Mike Huckabee: Presidential Candidate Says He Backs Clerk Who Refused to Issue Marriage Licenses
    Black Panther Party: Stanley Nelson-Directed Documentary About Organization Opens in Theaters
    King of Saudi Arabia: Royal Leader Reserves Entire Hotel for Washington, D.C. Visit, Reports Say
    Viktor Orban: Migrants Should Be Blocked to ‘Keep Europe Christian,’ Hungary’s Prime Minister Says
    Same-Sex Marriage: 1st Same-Sex Couple Given Marriage License After Kentucky County Clerk Jailed
    Naguib Sawiris: Egyptian Businessman Says He Would Consider Buying Mediterranean Island for Migrants
    Marion County, Oregon: Judge Refuses to Marry Same-Sex Couples Despite Supreme Court Ruling
    Kings Bay, Georgia: Pentagon Comments on Report of Russian Spy Ship Along Coast
    Donald Trump: Presidential Candidate Appears to Mistake Iran Military Unit for Ethnic Group


  • 01:00

    Q&A: Double Effect, Reporting a Crime, Homophobic Family, and More

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on doctrine of double effect, the obligation to report a crime, cutting ties with homophobic family members, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Question 1: Is the doctrine of double effect true? 

    Question 2: When is a person obliged to report a crime? 

    Question 3: Should I cut ties with my homophobic family? 

    To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

  • 00:18

    Evangelical Boycotts Fail Before Beginning

    in Politics Progressive

    BGEA reads like a gay-friendly support group. It's the opposite. The late Rev. Billy Graham;s son Franklin now heads daddy's church-like object. He doesn't care for homosexuals or equal rights and positively hates same-sex marriage. Lately he's calling for a boycott of Wells Fargo and other companies who support equality and gay rights. 

    The proximate cause of the boycott call was that Wells Fargo used a TV ad that showed two women learning sign language and signing to a little girl they were adopting that they were going to be her mommies. 

    Many wee-brained folk live by such bluster and bombast. I'll speak about a few, such as MA-based MassResistance. They are a small but loud and yet dwindling group. I have heard their only continuous member, their leader, spout anti-gay rhetoric since long before the group started, when we were both members of a computer society here. He could work homophobic lingo into even geek speak.

    These anti-equality folk promise much and deliver little to nothing. They pick up on effective left-wing boycott talk and action, only to fail again and again.

  • 00:27

    MXMGBTR - 06/02 "True Life Experiences," Author Chandra Leigh Brown

    in Motivation

    A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life & Motivation of Author & Simply United Together (SUT) Atlanta, LGBT President Chandra Leigh Brown. As president of SUT - Chandra "are demanding LGBT rights to marry whomever they love."

    Chandra attends a prestigous program at "Pathways," in pursuit of becoming a minister. She is also currently working on an autobiography entitled - "In The Name of God."  Chandra discusses her recovery following an automobile accident in 2003, and a bike accident in 2014, not to mention "life itself."  A book she suggest the reader will "defintely go for a serious ride." 

    Chandra, is a survivor of molestation by her father from childhood to adulthood. She is also developing inspirational "tee shirts,"  that will represent her book, website, and struggles in life.

    For more information on Chandra and LGBT efforts, please google Simply United Together!

    Raw & UnCut

    We are Motivating & Inspiring the Next Generation through "True Life Experiences."

  • 00:52

    The Ferguson Effect

    in Politics Conservative

    About a month ago I did a show talking about how events in Ferguson, Baltimore, and Milwaukee would change how police operate.  Now in the news we are seeing this very thing.  Crime rates are up.  In Milwaukee the murder rate is up 180% from this time last year.

    Police are not engaging because they are scared.  Not of the criminals, but rather of the system that is suppose to support them to do their jobs.



    Ramdi is now under ISIS control.  Have we as a nation let go of our efforts to spread democrac?  In a place like Iraq our involvement has turned out to be a huge detriment to that country.  Where we once were a beckon of light, now those people are living in a greater hell than before we over thru Sadam Hussein.  


    Rick Santorum Joins the Ranks of Right Wing Homophobs

    In this election cycle we are going to see more and more of the LGBT community come out (no pun intended).  Where the Republicans land on this issue will make a difference.  More and more Republicans, especially the younger generation, are more accepting of the LGBT community.  This could make a serious difference.  Instead of Republicans being scared of being called racists, this go around they may become scared of being called homophobic.


  • 01:31

    The Homophobic Homosexual

    in Lifestyle


    There seems to be a lot of misconception when it comes to the behaviors of gay men; especially those who are African American. Based upon media depictions one would assume that Black gay men are either effeminite, on the Down-Low, or in interracial relationships. The lack of diversity is both frustrating and unfair. To add to the irrititation Oxygen network is set to air 'The Prancing Elites Project' which has created an uncomfortable debate within the Black gay community. 

    I have invited a few Black gay men to discuss media stereotypes, effeminite men, the need for more diverse imagery of Black gay men, and why they are accused of having internalized homophobia. You do not want to miss the discussion.    

  • 00:08

    French Court Convicts 3 People Over Homophobic Tweets

    in Politics

    Should there be limits to free speech?

    Only weeks after the demonstrations in support of freedom of expression for Charlie Hebdo, a French court has convicted three individuals for posting homophobic tweets.

    The hashtag used in the tweets was "let's burn the gays." While there is no argument that the language is offensive and disgusting, should we begin placing limitations on free speech to exclude remarks of this type? 

    If so, who decides what the line for what qualifies as offensive and illegal?

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  • 00:30

    A Division 1 openly gay married athlete comes out in Oklahoma

    in LGBT

    With the Supreme Court set to debate gay marriage next week, we talk to Tanner Williams, a University of Oklahoma pole vaulter. This June, Tanner and his husband Scott celebrate their first anniversary. Tanner talks about how pole vaulting and his faith in God saved him in his homophobic town. His religion is important to him even as others use Christianity to keep gays down. We explore Tanner's story and the role of religion in the debate over gay rights.

  • 01:42

    Civil Chat with Lee TGIF What's Trending in our social and political landscape.

    in Politics Progressive

    Civil Chat with Lee looks at Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee as potential democratic presidential cadidates. The secrecy of TPP. Guest psychologist, author Heather Sheafer on GOP's views on gay marriage, and alleged infringement on Christian religious freedoms. Are Christians homophobic or simply resistant to supporting homosexuality.  The insanity of Citizens United and its effect on the upcoming projected 4 billion plus 2016 presidential election. What are big ideas of the GOP?  And whatever YOU want to talk about! 

    Anyone in the Orange County area or other who wishes to contact Heather may do so at this email. hsheafer05@gmail.com