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Apologies. Here's the story. I got home today to find that Jim wasn't feeling well. I decided to do the show myself. In my hurry to put things together in less than an hour, I forgot to change the default of the show from 15 minutes to 120 minutes. I'm sick too and not all with it. Anyway, so what I'm going to do is to do the show Sunday Night at the same time. BlogTalk won't allow me to do it again tonight.
So on Sunday the 19th, I'll be talking about the Olsteen's, FEMA camps and the coming pandemics and how the LBGT agenda and the Islamic agenda is alike. Please listen in tomorrow, Sunday, for the show. And again, a thousand I'm sorry's. The Hosea show will still air next Saturday.
MADAM COACH.will air a BONUS pre-recorded show this Saturday, February 14th at 5:30 pm CST about SPECIAL SOUL-LOVE to be "True Thy Self." Her guest will be MADISON ALEXIS, a Transgendered Woman, talking about her journey, her family,and the reason she wanted to share her experiences with all of us and those in the LBGT communtiy who find themselves at the same crossroad. She feels her calling to be a "role model" to support others transitioning through the stages as a transgendered person.
Don't miss this show. However, if your do after the live show a podcast will be posted my FB page.
Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission dropped an astounding ruling: By a 3-2 vote, it concluded that “sexual orientation is inherently a ‘sex-based consideration,’ and an allegation of discrimination based on sexual orientation is necessarily an allegation of sex discrimination under Title VII.”
This is a big deal: The Commission’s recommendations shape rulings on federal employees’ workplace-discrimination claims, and its field offices deal with claims made by employees at private organizations, as well. But the ruling is also a reminder of how complicated—and unresolved—the post-Obergefell legal landscape is. The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same-sex marriage at the end of June has set the country up for two new waves of discrimination claims: those made by same-sex couples and LGBT workers, and those made by religious Americans who oppose same-sex marriage. The two may seem distinct or even opposed, but they’re actually intertwined: In certain cases, extending new rights to LBGT workers will necessarily lead to religious-freedom objections, and vice versa.
A bad week for supreme court watchers. A bad week for American moralism. Is this the final straw to draw God's judgment on America. Tim and Vince will take the whole hour tonight on the rullings made this week at the Supreme Court. What effect it will have? Is there any recourse? Or is this really a good thing?
Tim Roden - Blogger, Speaker
Vince Tarquini - Chaplain, Apologist
On it is going to be a Flaming Hot Conversation today so you might want to chill your coffee or ice your tear before you listen in and Voice your View 347-945-5229 It's going to on Fire
Mark your calendars June 22nd the set it off radio team will be on air talking about these liars and cheaters . It will be one epic night everyone has encountered a liar or a cheater . Voice your opinion or expose those disloyal people ! As we all know these hoes aint loyal... You dont want to miss this night never a dull moment on set it off radio so be sure to tune in 9E/8C ! Call in number 646 378 1674 Press 1 to get on air or just sit back and listen take notes and laugh...
Main Topic: When do Doctors become Bad Doctors?
Side Topics: Iranian gov't poses as a genie to Iranian gays (ask me how). What the judges have to say who voted against gay marriage. What the Governor of Louisianna has to say about the gay marriage ruling. New Florida law makes backing cars into driveways illegal. California to make vaccination into mandate. Study suggests addiction isn't really a thing.
All This in 30 Minutes!!
A new day has dawned in 'Murica! Take down the Confederate flags and let your rainbow fly! By using four words "It is so ordered," Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy authored the landmark decision that allows same-sex marriage in all 50 states. Meanwhile, the Confederate flag is taking a hit for its perceived association with racism and bigotry. Join Extreme and the RRR crew for a lively discussion about this and more. And don't miss the epic return of one TPPV (Tommy "Picture Perfect" Valentine) as he makes a guest appearance on the Random Radio Revolution!.................Viva la Revolution!!!!
On Friday, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States of America voted to legalize same sex marriage in all 50 states. Immediately, celebrations began by those that had longed for that day for many years and maybe even decades. Some celebrated by marrying the person who the law had previously forbidden them to marry simply because they were of the same sex. The White House, the most notable symbol of the United States behind the American Flag, joined the celebration. The home and office of the President of the United States was illuminated in the rainbow of colors that have come to represent the LBGT community and it’s supporters.
With so much celebration even from the White House some could pose the question, “What’s the Big Deal”. The answer to the question will vary from person to person, from group to group. Perhaps another question should be asked. That question is, “Who’s answer actually matters?”
When it comes to explaining the Big Deal behind same-sex marriage one might think the LGBT community would be best to explain. Other might say it’s the politicians, lawmakers and judges. Still others will say it is a big deal to religious organizations. While all that may be true the big question is who has the final say. Is that or is that not God?
This week it's the Florida Law Girl LIVE covering all the HOT TOPICS when it comes to our world even international law!! this Tuesday Night at 8pmCST & make sure you call in 917-889-8224!
FlLawGirl is a licensed attorney in Florida since 2001. She works in the areas of corporate law, focusing on Trademarks, Intellectual Property and Domain Law.
After law school, she traveled to Caracas, Venezuela studying Latin American Legal Systems and International Law. She has worked for South Florida companies such as Sensormatic Electronics, Tyco International and Corporate Creations, specializing in licensing and corporate regulations. She has also worked in local government in South Florida as an Assistant City Attorney.
FlLawGirl is active in social issues concerning basic human rights. She has been on numerous boards of non-profit organizations in Florida and Arkansas that promote justice for the LBGT community. She is an active member of the Human Rights Campaign seeking equal treatment and fighting discrimination of the LBGT community throughout the U.S.
Most recently she has been active in defeating the proposed RFRA in the Arkansas legislature which would have given the right to freely and openly refuse service and promote hate and discrimination to the LBGT community in Arkansas.
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