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Vaught's Views' Larry Vaught joins us tonight to give us some of his insight on the Cats.
Also, Mike and Michele are talking about the UK/UL rivalry. Why is it so intense and how far is too far to take the rivalry? Tweet to @bigblueviews or call in 646-716-4741.
Today on Religion Means Alive Imam Alfred Mohammed will have Larry Hamm on the show. The two will be discussing a myriad of problems in many of these urban areas such as lack of jobs, lack of self-esteem and unfotunately gang voilence. Throughout the broadcast Imam Alfred will also talk about Mr. Hamms peace march occuring his town as well. You can call into Religion Means Alive by dialing 805-727-7013 or you can press one to ask a question by pressing 1.
Kimberly Smythe's courageous story of finally meeting the daughter she gave up for adoption is not the storybook tale we often hear about in Hollywood. Kimberly's new book Letting Go Again: A Birth Mother's Tale of Adoption, Reunion, Separation, and Growth honestly and compassionately shares the real, poignant story of Kimberly giving up her baby daughter for adoption and their troubled relationship when they are reunited almost two decades later.
Kimberly was born in Madrid, Spain. As a child, she lived the nomadic life of an Air Force brat. She has four grown children, three of whom call her Mom. Kimberly chose to write about her first child, whom she gave up for adoption, so that others might understand what many women endure when circumstances force them to give up their child. Writing about being a birth mother, or as she prefers to call it, a natural mother, helped her in her quest for understanding. She hopes it will also help others understand what it is like to let go of a child, and then be reunited, only to have to let go again.
Kimberly's web site: LettingGoAgain.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.
Uncle Larry (Mr. Fellowship)...telling it like it is and bringing truth and brotherhood to game. There is no shame in the game when fellowshipping with the brotherhood and no facts to hard to find. So call in and be welcomed by your friendly host Uncle Larry. Just remember in the world of Clocks Off / No-Times racing be there or be square, and closed mouths dont get fed. So press the "1" button.
California's Kingfish--Huey Long imitator, Wille Brown promotes Jeb Bush for the Republican Presidential nomination. What about Jeb Bush's mother's comment"Two Bushes are enough!"
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Hllary Clinton Impeachment Movement, Federal Court Trial --Fraudulent practices,
June 1--Births-Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
THE WILEY SHOW LIVE: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH R&B SINGER LARRY "PHYLLE" CARTER
LARRY “PHYLLE” CARTER II is speaking to a generation. His platform is R&B and the message is simple: love and equality for all people. Hailing from Norfolk, VA by way of Philadelphia, PA (his namesake), Phylle has traveled a path that has taken him from screen to stage and back again, catapulting him to the top of his game as a songwriter, singer, actor, activist and ultimately, a believer. His attitude and work ethic reflect a mantra that says anything is possible if you just put your mind to it. Although this 6’3” crooner loves to laugh and have fun, his laid back demeanor is ever-present in the delivery of his silky-smooth vocal styling.
Drawing inspiration from legends such as Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, and the sultry Aaliyah, Phylle (pronounced Philly) began honing his signature, diversified sound at the ripe age of 11. He states, “Music was my escape as a child. I was very shy and I didn’t fit in. Music is the only thing that gave me comfort.” Having shared the stage with some of the industry greats, this Urban Gentleman is poised to take the industry by storm with his debut single I LOVE HIM,
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