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THE GOP 2.0 ===> CHRIS CHRISTIE OR JEB BUSH? (HELL NO!)
On March 2nd, 2008, Jamiel Shaw the 2nd (17 yrs. young), was executed three doors from his home, by an illegal alien gangbanger negligently released from jail on March 1, 2008! Jamiel's Mother was serving in Iraq at the time. The illegal alien killer was sentenced to death row November, 2012.
On Tonight's broadcast, Jamiel Shaw Sr., will talk about the execution of his Son http://www.isupportjamielslaw.com/; JamielsLaw - Deporting illegal alien gangs http://firecoalition.com/docs/Jamiels-Law-Ordinance.pdf; Jeb Bush & his support for illegal aliens http://tinyurl.com/o5htsf6; The bad & the ugly side of illegal immigration http://www.ojjpac.org/memorial.asp - http://www.immigrationcounters.com/- http://www.examiner.com/topic/illegal-alien-crime; www.operationbodycount.com; TheRemembranceProject.org; Plus Much More. If You Can, Tune In!
Bush, Rubio, Others Think 2016 While Dem’s Eye House Control in 2014
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush hit the Sunday talk show circuit, appearing on five networks including CNN, NBC and ABC. Ostensibly, Bush was there to push his new book on immigration, a subject Republicans are grappling with following their defeat at the polls in November. However, the question of a potential 2016 run kept coming up, particularly since another likely nominee, Marco Rubio, is considered Bush’s friend and political collaborator. We will talk with Susan MacManus, Professor of Public Administration and Political Science at University of South Florida.
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick Guilty of Corruption; City Council to Fight State Takeover
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick has been convicted of corruption, a jury finding him guilty of more than 20 charges the most serious of them including racketeering, bribery and extortion. Meanwhile, the Detroit City Council intends to fight the state’s plan to take over the city’s finances. Governor Rick Snyder had declared a state of fiscal emergency in Detroit. We'll talk with Jay Scott Smith, Detroit based freelance writer, radio host and contributor to Daily Beast and Newsweek.
New Military Medal for Drone Pilots Meets Controversy
The Defense Department’s plan to issue Distinguished Warfare Medals has met with resistance, with U.S. senators and veteran organizations reacting negatively. The medal is intended to honor service members who contribute to efforts on the battlefield but from a distance, such as drone pilots. Much of the criticism stems from the fact that the new medal is placed above the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. We get insight from Michael Hoffman, Iraq War Veteran and Founder of Iraq Veterans Against War.
Conservative talk radio from the outskirts of the hub of Western Civilization.
Is Jeb Bush the answer to Republican Party Woes? And
Is Jimmy Fallon in the same leagu as Jimmy 'sadddcs
Jeb Bush In 2016 - "Nyet" - It's Crash & Burn Fir The GOP.
A show rebutting the public radio, 98.9 the answer. It is a conservative talk show program, herd from or broadcast from across the USA. Their host do their shows from several locations, such as Texas, New York, and Ohio. It is incredable how poisonous their feeds are or the information they share with the listeners or public. It is always batchign the president, the left wingers, and all ibn support of Bush Policies and standards. Infact they highlight or see Bush presidency to be so great, with strong leadership, job creations, strong economy and was moving the country forward. We all know that such fantacy was so far fetched as this guy was one of the worst president America had, but the conservative praises George Bush and they put the blame on president Obama. The topics they bring on a weekly basis, We will be settign the record straight and rebutting them. Join us by calling in and sharing your views. Thank you.
Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, Consultant, Hypnotist, and Community Advocate. On May 11, 2009, Svetlana was recognized with the the Daily Point of Light Award (Award Number: 3983) by Points of Light Institute created by the administration of President George H.B. Bush to honor individuals creating meaningful change in communities across America. http:www.svetlanakim.com.
Our Guest: Lynda Nguyen is an Empowerment Coach, in the San Francisco Bay Area. A Master NLP Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Life Coach; she uses specialized modalities to work with Pain Management, Stress Reduction, Fears, Phobias, Anxiety, Grief/Loss, Self-Esteem, etc. She helps clients create actionable steps towards an empowered and embodied sense of being. A Vietnamese refugee, and life-long seeker, Lynda has overcome many personal hurdles to attain her unshakeable resolve; opening her up to her life’s calling, in the field of development and human potential. A certified Firewalking Instructor and Reiki Master, Lynda believes in the universal energy force, as well as the powerful mind/body connection. She hosts an annual Ted-style conference every Fall, Bonfire Heights, in California. She is also leading ‘Embodied and Empowered’ Workshops through out Northern California. Contact: Lynda@bonfireheights.com- www.bonfireheights.com
We open with cast from Multi-Ethnic Theatre's production of August Wilson's Jitney, running through August 31 at the Gough Street Playhouse, 1620 Gough Street (near Bush), in San Francisco. From www.wehavemet.org: "Some of the most talented Bay Area actors are people with day jobs who work in theater for sheer passion and true meaning. Jitney, set in the 'early fall of 1977,' in the Hill District in Pitsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a play about working class men, who provide 'transportation service' to their communities. Then and now, city cabs did not venture into certain communities. This play allows MET actors to bring their real life experience to the stage. The cast is a close knit group passionately dedicated to stories about an important public service: gypsy cab rides to and from African American communities." Joining us are: BENNIE LEWIS as Becker, a well respected man who runs the Jitney Station; VERNON MEDEARIS as Turnbo, a jitney driver who is always interested in the business of others; CHARLES JOHNSON as Doub, a longtime jitney driver and Korean war veteran; CHARLES JOHNSON as Doub, a longtime jitney driver and Korean war veteran; TREVOR LAWRENCE as Fielding, a jitney driver and former tailor with a dependency on alcohol; STUART ELWYN HALL as Shealy, a numbers taker who often uses the jitney station as his base; ANTHONY PRIDE, as Philmore, a hotel doorman and recurring jitney passenger; DAVID STEWART, Becker's son, recently released from prison.
We close with a show from the archives (4/3/14) which features Joanna Haigood and cast members, Antoine Hunter and Travis Santell Rowland, speaking about Haigood's piece Dying While Black and Brown.
Breaking Out of the Matrix: Militarization of Police, Border Epidemic, Gangs, Abuse & Civil Unrest w/ Dr. Chuck Baldwin - In today's seriously heated episode, the X Man and Mr. Baldwin get extremely fired up and passionate about the domestically militarized police state and the infiltration of violent MS-13 gang members and terrorists across the border. Hear some alarming statistics regarding those gang related numbers, which include ISIS and Islamic terrorists as well! We also discuss how particular national tragic events helped to set in motion the police state, and eventually the emergence and signing into law of the Patriot Act by president George W. Bush, civil unrest, and much more!!!
The Fourteenth Amendment (Amendment XIV) to the United States Constitution was adopted on July 9, 1868, as one of theReconstruction Amendments. The amendment addresses citizenship rights and equal protection of the laws, and was proposed in response to issues related to former slaves following the American Civil War. The amendment was bitterly contested, particularly bySouthern states, which were forced to ratify it in order for them to regain representation in Congress. The Fourteenth Amendment, particularly its first section, is one of the most litigated parts of the Constitution, forming the basis for landmark decisions such asRoe v. Wade (1973), regarding abortion, and Bush v. Gore (2000), regarding the 2000 presidential election. The amendment limits the actions of all state and local officials, including those acting on behalf of such an official.
The second, third, and fourth sections of the amendment are seldom litigated. However, Section 2's reference to "rebellion and other crimes" has been invoked as a constitutional ground for felony disenfranchisement. The fifth section gives Congress enforcement power. The amendment's first section includes several clauses: the Citizenship Clause, Privileges or Immunities Clause, Due Process Clause, and Equal Protection Clause. The Citizenship Clause provides a broad definition of citizenship, overruling the Supreme Court's decision in Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857), which had held that Americans descended from African slaves could not be citizens of the United States. The Privileges or Immunities Clause has been interpreted in such a way that it does very little.
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