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  • 00:33

    T.D. Jakes - Blasphemous Pope Of The Black Church Claims To Forgive Sins! (234)

    in Christianity

    The African-American church has myriads of fake bishops and a plethera of psuedo archbishops but only ONE POPE - his name - Thomas Dexter Jakes.  Hypocrishop Neil C. Ellis demands to be called "His Grace."  Should we call T.D. Jakes "His Forgiveness"? Tune in as Wolf Tracker provides audio and explains the madness!  In addition, Wolf Tracker University has made the decision to put Paula White's First Fruits Offering Teaching on trial since she has repeatedly refused to debate Dr. Elisha Coles.  This historic mock trial will start Friday January 1st 2016 and end Sunday January 31st.  E-mail us at wolftracker14@gmail.com if you desire to follow "The Trial of the Year" and receive the WORKBOOK containing ALL OF THE DATED OUTLINES that will cover the proceedings in this 31 day mock trial.  There is no cost for WORKBOOKS.  YES, WORKBOOKS are yours FREE OF CHARGE!

  • 00:31

    Historical Fiction Author Liza Perrat Joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Writing

    Liza grew up in Wollongong, Australia, where she worked as a general nurse and midwife for fifteen years. When she met her French husband on a Bangkok bus, she moved to France, where she has been living with her husband and three children for twenty years. She works part-time as a French-English medical translator, and as a novelist. Her articles on French culture and tradition have been published in international magazines.  Spirit of Lost Angels is the first in her French historical trilogy, The Bone Angel Series. The second – Wolfsangel – was published in October, 2013, and the third, Blood Rose Angel, will be published in November, 2015. She is a founding member of the author collective, Triskele Books and reviews books for BookMuse.

    About the book:

    1348. A bone-sculpted angel and the woman who wears it––heretic, Devil’s servant, saint. 
    Midwife Héloïse has always known that her bastard status threatens her standing in the French village of Lucie-sur-Vionne. Yet her midwifery and healing skills have gained the people’s respect, and she has won the heart of the handsome Raoul Stonemason. The future looks hopeful. Until the Black Death sweeps into France. 

    Terrified that Héloïse will bring the pestilence into their cottage, Raoul forbids her to treat its victims. Amidst the grief and hysteria, the villagers searching for a scapegoat, Héloïse must choose: preserve her marriage, or honour the oath she swore on her dead mother’s soul? And even as she places her faith in the protective powers of her angel talisman, she must prove she’s no Devil’s servant, her talisman no evil charm. 

    Héloïse, with all her tragedies and triumphs, celebrates the birth of modern medicine, midwifery and thinking in late medieval times. 

  • 01:10

    Agitator Radio

    in Politics Progressive

    Sherwin Forte is on of the six original members of the Black Panther Party. He is traveling to Charlotte to introduce the documentary, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.

    The BPP originated in Oakland, California, by founders Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. The Original six members of the Black Panthers included Elbert “Big Man” Howard, Sherman Forte, Reggie Forte, Little Bobby Hutton, and Newton and Seale. They adopted the Black Panther symbol from an independent political party established the previous year by Black residents of Lowndes County, Alabama. The Panthers also supported the Black Power movement, which stressed racial dignity and self-reliance.



  • 03:14

    The Morning Show with Yusef El- Public vs Private..how to tell.

    in Education

    Today we examine some case law that gives very clear examples of PUBLIC VS PRIVATE

    Evans v. Newton, 382 US 296 - Supreme Court 1966


  • 00:30

    December begins

    in Lifestyle

    We start the final month of 2015 on All Subjects Everything with a packed show.

    First off, we'll recap week 12 in the NFL, from the Patriots first loss to the wacky Wild Card races in both in the NFC and AFC.

    Then, we'll finally get into some Sixers "trust the process" talk, which looks a little less secure now that Jahlil Okafor seems to be acting like a 7-foot version of Wish Bone from Bone Thugs N Harmony.

    Also, we'll discuss R. Kelly's polarizing status in the Black community and the music industry.

  • 00:57

    Women of Golf with Special Guests - Pat Roque & Carolyn Sammarro

    in Golf

    Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!

    This week Cindy & I speak with Pat Roque, The Business Boomer & Carolyn Sammarro - Co-founder of Bskinz.com and expert on “Your Power in Color”

    Here's a little about Pat:

    An award-winning marketer, keynote speaker and transformation coach, Pat Roque knows how to make business BOOM on and off the golf course. She teaches golf marketers and business professionals how to attract and engage their ideal clients. She’s a master connector and teaches systems to transform your life and grow your business NOW!

    and about Carolyn:

    Carolyn Sammarro is the co-founder of B-Skinz (est. 2007), a women's activewear manufacturer with a showroom located in Boonton, N.J. Carolyn is a member of the Rockaway River Country Club in NJ and appreciates the needs of busy women who desire flexible fashions that make them feel great both on and off the golf course. The company specializes in travel-friendly collections and produces everything here in the U.S.A.

    Join Cindy & I Tuesday morning from 9-10AM Eastern  www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf

  • 00:21

    #5-CM | The America I See with Charlie Melchner

    in Entrepreneur

    Each and every Tuesday morning at 8:00 AM EST you need to tune in to listen to "The America I See" with Charlie Melchner. Bound to get your patriotic jucies flowing and smiles set in place for the rest of the day cause listening to Charlie's take on all things America will inspire you to plant your personal flag on making your life better.

    You'll be excited by the amount of knowledge shared intertwined with just good old pride in America and all that this beautiful country can provide to you and your family.

  • 02:01

    Why Is CPS Closing Good Charter Schools? Youth Organizers Speak Up

    in Women

     Betty Shabazz International Charter Schools CEO David Ireland joins us today to discuss the battle with CPS to close one of its schools despite improved academic performances. Youth organizer Laman Reccord explains what young people hope to see happen as a result of the organized protests in response to the killing of Laquan McDonald

  • 01:01

    Heavenly Sunlight

    in Religion

    Judges Chapter 19 King James Version.

    I had a lot of trouble over this Chapter, i could not get a real  gripe on it essence,until i took another approach but the the Chapter ends in murder.

    Psalm 4:4 Stand in awe and sin not: commune with your own heart upon your bed,and be still.


    BE SAFE.

  • 01:30

    Real people, real concerns; "My god, I think Trump could win"- GOP activist.

    in Politics Conservative


    Today we will take a look at several citizens who are facing issues that need answers. The answer to these issues will decide who gets their vote. Is it true? Are the GOP leadership and big time supporters getting scared? Are they starting to believe Donald Trump could actually win the 2016 Presidential Election?  They better believe.

    Join me "In the Pickle Barrel" to share your thoughts on these and other topics.

  • 00:46


    in Politics

    “Never have the stakes of an international meeting been so high, since what is at stake is the future of the planet, the future of life,” President François Hollande of France told a packed United Nations plenary session at a convention center in this suburb north of ParisWeather-related disasters in the past two decades have killed more than 600,000 people and inflicted economic losses estimated at trillions of dollars, the United Nations said on Monday, warning that the frequency and impact of such events was set to rise.As well as killing hundreds of thousands, weather-related disasters affected 4.1 billion other people left wounded, displaced or in need of emergency assistance and inflicted economic costs well in excess of $1.9 trillion over the two decades.NYT


    Show Notes

    Climate change in the Fertile Crescent and implications of the recent Syrian drought http://www.pnas.org/content/112/11/3241.full.pdf