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Join Cultural Conversations with an intimate interview with KM Davis, Founder of Davis Law & Associates. Davis is a returned special guest to Cultural Conversations and will enlighten and engage on the subject of the Supereme Court ruling making same sex marriage legal in 50 state, the path to marriage equality and her personal journey in the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community.
KM Davis is founder of Davis Law & Associates. She discovered her passion for helping business owners far before she realized her own entrepreneurial leanings. However, upon realizing her dual interest (and the need to now “practice what she preached”) Davis’s interest in business law matters has only deepened. The ability to understand the needs of business owners and their families allows Davis to consider aspects of client issues that sometimes even they haven’t realized, and creates a relationship beyond attorney/client…for most clients Davis serves a more comprehensive business advisor role.
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Good evening and welcome to The Coffee Club with Felix and Dr. Marc. Today, aside from discussing the news of the world, we will be discussing the meaning of the Supreme Court decision granting same-sex couples the right to marry in all 50 states. The Supreme Court is simply echoing the views of more then 50% of the American people. In fact, a few years from now, the sight of same-sex couples holding hands in public will not even "raise an eyebrow," just like the number of interracial couples today. We will all go into the news and politics of the last week or so which did raise the eye brows of many people. Call us with your comments at 646-595-3275 Don't for get your coffee, hot or cold.
We are now in the official beginning of the end! With the demonic Supreme Court decision to violate our religious freedoms and stand in the face of God with disobedience now give the unclean spirits legal right to this nation. Tonight we discuss out future and what we as Christians should do about this violation of the temple of the Holy Spirit. Letters, guest, Julie and Scott are read, interviewed and opinions are given tonight.
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Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Ruling.
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Beyoncé surprises us again!
Donald Trump's ruffling feathers again.
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Dr. Paula Price and Ap. Dwann Holmes Rollinson address the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage. Discover the true B.E.D. of Sex, how we got here as a nation and what our next steps should be to recover all.
Dr. Price's Website: http://www.drpaulaaprice.com
Ap. Dwann's Website: http://www.prophetdwann.com
Constitutional background and arguments over same sex marriage, with Attorney, Ross B. Russell, of Hampton & Associates, P.C. in Fort Worth, Texas.
Topics covered on this show:
Introducing Ross Russell and brief background;
Same sex marriage (SSM), decisions in Texas, 9th Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court;
Identify and explain levels of scrutiny and process in deciding constitutional issues;
Current case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, potential outcomes;
Alternative theory of gender discrimination, Justice Roberts stated thoughts;
Possible challenges and reactions to the U.S. Supreme Court, if in favor of SSM.
Ross Russell is a native Texan from Central Texas and his passion for Texas law and constitution drives his focus in litigation. After graduating number five in his class from Texas A&M University School of Law, he achieved the highest score on the bar exam among A&M law graduates. A long-time entrepreneur, Ross launched his own firm, Russell, PLLC, a full service general practice firm. He also works as an attorney at the Fort Worth law firm of Hampton & Associates, P.C. and is active with a variety of complex legal matters. Ross is active in the Tarrant County Bar Association and attends frequent programs and continuing legal education seminars. Ross will be a frequent guest on Texas Law Talk Radio, sharing insight in Texas law and developments with our attorney and business professional audience. For more information visit www.TheRussellLawFirm.com and www.HamptonLawOnline.com. You may also call Ross at Hampton & Associates, P.C. by dialing (817) 877-4202.
Welcome to our Virtual Living Room Space with your hosts Rosangel Perez & Ruthie Guten. Our topic today - The Importance of Marriage Equality for Same Sex Couples with James Governale, Founder and Creator of High Heart Wellness.
About James: A holistic health counselor and career coach, living in Brooklyn, New York and working with health practitioners throughout the world to improve the quality of their practices and services. Currently, James works one-on-one with individual clients who want to increase their capacity to provide services to others while maintaining their own health and growth. He conducts programs for wellness practitioners who choose to overcome barriers in their career. These programs primarily focus on how to increase skills that provide higher client compliance and retention. Greater confidence and effective time management comes with the understanding and practice of these methods. Check out his ebook called "Are You Ready?" that outlines how he guides clients through the process of behavior change regarding health goals.
Learn more: www.highheartwellness.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
From Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia and Mississippi, gay couples traveled to this quaint Panhandle city on Tuesday, eager to take part in a historic moment: the arrival of same-sex marriage in the Deep South."We came because it felt like home," said Virginia Jeffries, 30, of Foley, Ala. "And because if we waited for Alabama, we'd be waiting forever."
"I have to confess, when I was first approached about coming here, I thought no way," said the Rev. Dr. Jim Merritt, who moved to Pensacola several months ago to become the senior pastor of Holy Cross Metropolitan Community Church. He married his partner of 20 years on Tuesday in one of many same-sex weddings performed at the church.
A Tuesday regular at the diner, Earl Barrett, 72, and his two breakfast companions voted in favor of Florida's gay marriage ban in 2008. Look up the definition of marriage in Webster's Dictionary, they instructed, citing a core text for gay marriage opponents. (The dictionary amended the definition several years ago to include same-sex couples.)
"I'm a Roman Catholic," Barrett said. "For me, I can see how, civilly, they have the right to the benefits of marriage. But religiously, I can't support it."Tampabay.com
In a landmark opinion, a divided Supreme Court on Friday ruled that same-sex couples can marry nationwide, establishing a new civil right and handing gay rights advocates a historic victory.In the 5-4 ruling, Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for the majority with the four liberal justices. Each of the four conservative justices wrote their own dissent.Nearly 46 years to the day after a riot at New York's Stonewall Inn ushered in the modern gay rights movement, the decision could settle one of the major civil rights fights of this era. The language of Kennedy's opinion spoke eloquently of the most fundamental values of family, love and liberty.
Florida has become the 36th state to allow for same-sex marriage. Same-sex marriages will begin on January 6, 2015 and your LGBT Real Talk Radio is dedicating our show on the same day to talk about your thoughts on same-sex marriage.
A few of the topics to discuss are - Do you agree with same-sex marriage? Why or why not? Are there religious or spiritual ideologies that are creating conflict with you? Is the LGBT community trying to be like heterosexuals? What are the advantages and/or disadvantages of being married? Let's talk about divorce. What is the potential economic impact to our communities? What are the viewpoints of your family on this issue?
Be sure to tune in on January 6, 2015 at 8:30pm EST as we talk about Equality Matters. You may call in at (914) 205-5519 to listen or press 1 to talk to the host. We can also be found at www.blogtalkradio.com/lgbtrealtalkradio.