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  • 00:30

    Le Bron James Mentor Chris Dennis and Calvin Andrews

    in News

    While James was a local basketball star in Akron, Ohio, at that time, he was largely unknown to the rest of the nation when he came to play in a tournament for the AAU Oakland Soldiers in 2000. The Soldiers were founded in 1990 in the Oakland suburb of Richmond. Twenty-five years later, it has now grown into an AAU powerhouse with alumni that include James, Chauncey Billups, Brandon Jennings, Leon Powe, Aaron Gordon, Chuck Hayes, Jabari Brown, Kendrick Perkins and Stanley Johnson.Join me Tonight @ 8 P.M. on BlogTalk radio call in (657) 383-1531. Alamo Speaks Live Broadcast, with my guests DBA Sports Management Vice President and Richmond,CA Native Calvin Andrews who’s client list includes NBA players,Klay Thompson ,Matt Dellavedova, Patrick Beverley, Darren Collison, Festus Ezeli, Danny Green, Rajon Rondo, Klay Thompson and Mustapah Muhammad Grandson of Nation of Isalm Minister Louis Farakahn and 60 other top players in the NBA,CBA and overseas.Also Chris Dennis of Richmond,CA will join the live broadcast. Andrews and Dennis are responsible for discovering NBA Superstar Le Bron James in Akron, Ohio and bringing him to live in Richmond,CA in 2000.Numerous Richmond,CA Natives were responsible for developing James. Co Founder of the Oakland Soldiers AAU team Hashim Ali Alauddeen and current coach Marc Oliver.


     


    Fifteen years after first playing for the Soldiers, James returns to the Bay Area to lead his Cleveland Cavaliersagainst the Golden State Warrio

  • 00:35

    A Better Person As President Is On Blog Talk Radio At 5:30pm - Curtis Clinton

    in Elections

    The Title says it. Why? It makes sense. I come from your place, or very close to it, Even if we are at odds we are closer than others. I am not campaigning for your money, am not a Politician, will be among the best smart Commander-In-Chiefs, even protecting our military men and women. What are your problems or worries. They are many of mine because many of them touch me or have touched me, touched my family and people we know and don’t know. I know an unknown person has no chance to be seen by you. I know that its stupid to do this, and it even looks more stupid. But it’s not that stupid when you consider all the stupid things that are going on right now or that have just happened. Please see me in a better smart light. I say things that you may not like or want to hear. But they are for our own good, They need to be said and brought to light and right. There are some fancy people running for President. I am not one of them. I am one among us, if you can understand that in all its fullness. It is surmised that when you reach the White House, things change you. Except for becoming better, I will not change the good, right, smart within me or what must and should be done. For all, I want much better for you: people, animals, our earth. The White House belongs to you, with a person of the people, ordinary if necessary and not to a Political Party. If you see it that way, could you and will you put together 120,000,000 Write-In Ballots for a Presidency being for us, with just one of us in there seeing to a better United States and for Americans of all blood types of O's, A's and B's. If that many are cast, we will not have a divided country or Congress. One willing caring for all doing person can start a better world. You can begin with such a President. This idea is for you, not me. thanks, bwell, c2it, i am often called c2, Curt Clinton

  • 02:06
  • 00:59

    4 Star General Ann Dunwoody Retired: A Conversation

    in Politics

    Ann Dunwoody became the U.S. Army’s first female four-star general. She commanded over 69,000 people and an annual budget of $60 billion. She was in charge of the the army’s total global supply chain. Her new book, “A Higher Standard”, talks about her years of service, her pride for the army, and her principles for leadership. She is a delightful person and this is a friendly conversation but she identifies serious problems in military procurement. She expresses the United States has a serious and growing national security problem because of our inadequate industrial base. She is also concerned about the waste in procurement and tracking army purchases. She had to step over command to bring modern tracking systems to the military. One of the first projects to tackle was the “iron mountain” – the term for 40,000 shipping containers in Iraq that the military didn’t even know what was inside. General Dunwoody also talks about the ethics crisis in the military where hubris and entitlement attitudes are affecting military integrity. She also talks about how the military could save money if Congress was less erratic, how one-year of public service for all eighteen to twenty-eight year old Americans would serve them well and serve the nation well, and how undeclared wars are difficult for our democracy and our military.The Tim Danahey Show discusses economics, government, social issues, history, and non-fiction books in a magazine format featuring in-depth conversations with guests. Politics and inflammatory conversations are discouraged as they are divisive and counter-productive. Instead, the show seeks under-reported topics and delves into facts, different perspectives, and ramifications of each perspective. The show does not espouse a political agenda. Danahey’s strength is to take complex subjects, talk with experts and make them comprehensible and entertaining for average listeners.

  • 02:00

    EP15: California Screaming- A Critical Look At The West Coast Drought

    in Current Events

    "Right now the state has only about one year of water supply left in its reservoirs, and our strategic backup supply, groundwater, is rapidly disappearing. California has no contingency plan for a persistent drought like this one..." 


    That's what one LA Times Op-Ed reporter has to say. What cannot be denied is that there is a major freaking disaster unfolding before our eyes. What's a little more vague is the awareness of the rest of the country, the potential ramifications AND perhaps, the root cause(s) for what is shaping up to be the most devastating drought in this country's history. 


    Tune in as Crafty, Adamizer and Bax attack this from all sides and ask the questions most are afraid of. No laughing matter but we wil try to mix in some comic relief and get a groove going as usual. We would love to hear your thoughts on it as well. Is it as bad as "they" say? Worse, or no big thinng? Let us know by calling in and joining the live chat. 


    Tune in, peace out and get that freak on! 

  • 01:50

    Gathering Thunder Foundation and Walking the Red Road Life - June Edition

    in Spirituality

    June 1, 2015


    Gathering Thunder Foundation Radio Show @ 7:30 PM EST


    Please join Gathering Thunder Foundation president, Denise Iwaniw as she discusses "Drumming for World Peace and Our Youth".  It is going to be an important 30 minute conversation so be sure to join us. 


    www.GatheringThunderFoundation.org


    Walking The Red Road of Life Radio Show @ 8 PM EST


    Surviving Historical Trauma - It is said that we carry the memories and wisdom of our ancestors in our bones and blood. How are we affected by the traumas that our ancestors experienced? How does our own traumas affect our children and their children? Join, Neshi and Denise with their guests Dellmarie Dullknife Bradfield(Lakota Elder) and Terry Ruelle (Psychologist) for an intense and meaningful chat about historical trauma and how to heal the trauma while keeping the wisdom gained from the experience.


    Please view our Disclaimer for our radio programming.

  • 01:58

    Hard Starboard Radio: The Beginning Of The End Of PC?

    in Politics Conservative

    Gun violence is increasing nationwideas Obama DOJ handcuffs locoal police; U.S. anti-missile interceptors have "serious technical flaws"; How about Walker-Rubio 2016?; In British Columbia, they're all androgynes now; Iranian proxies capture at least four Americans in Yemen; Scott Walker would reverse Obamnesty and a lot more - and he's willing to promise it; Patriot Act and U.S. Counterterrorism, RIP; Al Sharpton targets the 2016 Republican National Convention - literally; Gaps in software makes U.S. military vulnerable to cyberattacks, or "how to make Kim jong-Un, Vladimir Putin, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Ali Khamenei, and Xi Jinping orgasm simlutaneously"; and Laura Kipnis’s incredible ordeal and the beginning of the end of PC.


     

  • 00:31

    Pajama Boy and The 2016 Election

    in Self Help

    Have you noticed how much more regulation.. and how many more laws... seem to be encroaching upon our lives each and every day? 


    Have you also noticed how inconsistent this trend is with the way we Americans have always felt about our freedom?


    Whether its banking regulations, Common Core in our public schools, the NSA spying on private citizens or the $42M in government subsidies given to Elon Musk's companies (Tesla, Sun Solar and SpaceX) centralized control of our lives is moving us towards Socialism in a way that disturbs naturalized citizens that have lived in oppressive nations but sadly...not getting much of a reaction from us!!


    Tonight's show looks at this ever-increasing encroachment and what it means.

  • 00:01

    Meet Cory Williams, Actor, Writer, and Author

    in Women

    A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cory attended the Philadelphia High


    School for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) (1978-81), where he majored in Creative Writing and minored in Videodrama, and was a founder, writer, and cartoonist for CAPA’s newspaper THE PAINTED WORD, for which he eventually became editor-in-chief.


    He then attended Stanford University (1981-86), where he majored in Drama and minored in Dance, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree. While there, he taught art to autistic, learning-disabled, and educable mentally challenged children at the Peninsula Children’s Center in Menlo Park, California, was active in the Stanford University Rape Awareness Program, occasionally wrote for The Stanford Daily, and toured for two years with the Ballet Folklorico de Stanford Mexican folkdance company.


    As a performing artist, Cory has worked on numerous theatrical and dance productions, touring shows, film and television productions and voiceover projects.


    Cory is also the author of four science fiction novels, TOTENTANZ, THE TAKING OF CYNDRIEL’S HOPE, HUNTER’S MOON and DARKSPEED ARYDANI, all of which are currently available through the online content marketplace http://www.lulu.com.


    Cory Williams is currently living and working in Los Angeles, California.

  • 01:01

    Read My Lips: Build A Dream House w/o Breaking Up...Cure Money Anxiety Disorder!

    in Lifestyle

    READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed engages authors in spontaneous conversations – never a blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview. Tune in for a potpourri of timely topics, articulate guests, and new perspectives on life.


     


    If you and your spouse / S.O. [significant other] have built or are planning as a couple to build or remodel a "dream home", meet Interior Design Therapist Sandy Berendes and Life Coach Laura Longville, authors of Break Ground Without Breaking Up. They will share the 7 Do's and Don'ts that can help couples stay together through dream home construction … Hidden money problems that destory relationships and building projects … "The Blue Bathtub" case study … and more. Info: breakgroundwithoutbreakingup.com.


     


    Are you MAD – suffering from Money Anxiety Disorder? Most Americans, regardless of income, are anxious about money due to unconscious limiting beliefs. Meet Thembi Buthelezi, Money Confidence Coach, who grew up in a 1-car garage in Soweto, South Africa, near the end of Apartheid. After moving to the U.S in 2002, she became a successful Wall Street stock market trader – but deep down, she feared having a lot of money. Hear the solutions that helped Thembi and her clients overcome dysfunctional relationships with money to reach their financial potential. P.S. Thembi retired in her early 30s. Info: www.retirerichnation.com

  • 00:32

    Creating Tomorrow's Leaders Today

    in Parents

    Jaemellah Kemp, a Georgia native schooled in the greater Washington, DC area is the proud mother of Brandein Krystopher and also the CEO, Founder and President of  IT TAKES TWO, INC.  


    Ms. Kemp holds an associate’s degree in Business Administration and bachelors in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. She obtained her masters in Nonprofit & Association Management from University of Maryland University College (UMUC) May 2014.


    She also possesses eleven years of customer service experience and has worked in the telecommunications, publishing, and nonprofit industries to perfect her craft. She is the Director, Member Services Operations at the U.S. Naval Institute; an Annapolis based nonprofit association that focuses on preserving the history of the nation’s sea services.


    Ms. Kemp’s tenacity, drive, determination, and willingness to help others cumulated into the birth of IT TAKES TWO, INC, a 501 c(3) nonprofit organization that awards scholarships to students living in single parent homes. As a single mother she understands the financial and emotional strains associated with one parent and one income households. IT TAKES TWO, INC is her ministry to pay it forward by relieving the financial burden associated with back to school costs. Her commitment to our youths’ education is expertly displayed through various workshops that address topics such as bullying, financial literacy, how to find and apply for scholarships, and effective resume writing and interview etiquette skills.


    Ms. Kemp is emphatic about her "God given vision to Create Tomorrow’s Leaders Today," not only with her own child but also with today’s youth. In her own words and style, "IT truly does TAKE TWO!"