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The launch of the Men's Rights Group of Arizona's very own radio program, "Men's Rights Times". We will also discuss some of the legslatitive actions we are taking against false accusers and the bill we are trying to pass in the Arizona House. We are open to question the last hour of the show and how you can help get this bill passed.
Introdue the Men's Rights Group of Arizona to the world and their political activities. We will also look at several bills this organization is attempting to pass this year. The host and guest speaker will be Richard Cassalata, Director of the Men's Rights Group of Arizona
Dr. Shirley Moore and Brenda Anderson are our guests on "Human Rights Demand" radio show tonight at 6pmPacific, (347)857.3293. Dr. Moore told us about Mike Huckabee's announcement that the Greg Scott Decision is still the law of the land and about H.B.15090, which was reportedly a 1970 Senatorial bill to study the feasibility of using AIDS to depopulate American Blacks. We will discuss both tonight. http://real-agenda.com/tag/hb-15090/ See the bill at Google Images. If we get cut off at BlogTalkRadio again tonight, join us 15 min. later at (605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code: 992-212-650 at FreeConferenceCall(dot)com. Brenda Anderson was a Black, gay woman who was tortured in solitary confinement for years after shooting two men who attacked her after watching her cash a check. One man was paralyzed. Compare what happened to Brenda and Marissa Alexander to Beaulah Montgomery, who shot and killed two of seven men who attacked her. She is being congratulated as a hero. The difference may be that Beaulah is a Caucasian.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles airs Fridays at 6pmEST on Human Rights Demand channel. Call 347.857.3293 to speak on air or just to listen. Part of the show is often delivered in Spanish.
Men's Rights Newshour will air in one hour!
Our show will examine the claims made by Hillary Clinton in a recent Huffingtion Post article written by Nina Bahadur. Hillary Clinton claims solving "women's issues" also solves "men's issues". We will debunk this garbage Nina Bahadur reported in the Huffingtion Post as well as other national news of the day.
We will update you in the Tyler Kost case in Pinal County and other state news.
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Isis religous clensing;
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Big Question: Should Parents Have The Right To Refuse Vaccines For Their Children?
The Anti-Vaccine Generation: How Movement Against Shots Got Its Start
Mistrust and misinformation give a shot in the arm to measles vaccine naysayers.
By Laura Parker , National Geographic
PUBLISHED Fri Feb 06 16:03:00 EST 2015
You could call New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul members of the "vax generation."
Born in 1962 and 1963, respectively, they were in grade school when the newly developed measles vaccine became the life-saving advance that protected millions from a highly contagious childhood disease. Though not as scary as polio, it was potent enough to strike four million kids, hospitalize 48,000 of them with complications, and kill more than 400 every year.
That both men stoked an anti-vax movement this week by suggesting in the middle of a national measles outbreak that parents should be allowed to choose whether to vaccinate their children speaks to a generational shift in thinking about science and politics. Parents should have "some measure of choice" in vaccinating their children, Christie told a reporter, while Paul called the decision not to vaccinate "an issue of freedom."
Check this out: http://www.vaclib.org/email/makevacs.htm
The Boilermakers turn toward Big Ten play Saturday, hoping they can correct the mistakes of their non-conference season. Coming up on Gold and Black Radio, we'll break down Purdue's first opponent, No. 2 Michigan State, as the Boilermakers travel to East Lansing. What will it take for Purdue to compete? We talk to Lansing State Journal columnist Graham Couch about the Spartans, plus BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart about the Big Ten. And our feature is on Gregory Phillips, who stepped into a big role last week and should have one again Saturday. That, plus recruiting, analysis, our predictions and more.
We're interrupting our series on James Madison's view of the phrase "a convention for proposing amendments", mainly because of an interruption in my weekly schedule which included a lengthy meeting with my State Senator. While the meeting is fresh on my mind, I thought I'd take advantage of this Providence to discuss some of the ways to contact your State Legislators, what to ask them when you do meet them, and some of the decorum and best practices.
Today's episode is airing a little later in the day, as my weekly schedule has been tossed and turned multiple times, both from work and from Convention of States.
As always, we'll present the latest news in the Convention of the States. And, we'll allow time for your phone calls.
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