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Listen in as Doctor Mother Love gives her insight on the Kidnapped Nigerian Girls in 2014.
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Guest: Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger.
We will remember VE-Day 1945, or the day that World War II ended in Europe. The war went on for another 4 months until Japan surrendered in September 1945.
We will also look at the military options to rescue the Nigerian girls. What can the US, or other countries do, to rescue the girls kidnapped by terrorist groups?
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Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show. We will be discussing the following topics:
SEGMENT 1: TALK IS CHEAP!
This week, Michelle Obama used the president’s weekly address to address the kidnapping of over 200 girls in Nigeria. Is that enough, or should the US be more involved? Where is the "World Police" when you need them?
SEGMENT 2: IS IT REALLY NEEDED?
Affirmative action, is it fair for non minorities? Will it be around in another five years?
SEGMENT 3: CELEBRATING MOM!
On this Mother’s Day, we will take a look at the African American mom. Plus we will reminisce with stories of our own mothers?
Conversations about Kidnapped Nigerian Girls & South Korean Ferry accident.
Are we putting our children in danger . Is our government hurting our children?
While so many news stations are talking about Donald Sterling's taped conversations regarding his hate for black people, I'm wondering where is the news coverage regarding the missing Nigerian girls???? This is a damn shame. American news channels covered missing Malaysia Flight 370 and the S. Korean ferry incident. However, when I asked people did they hear about the missing Nigerian girls many had no clue as to what I was speaking about. There is so much hatred in the world its overwhelming. When will it end??? .....Not sure that it ever will!!!! Lets talk about it on the Xplosion. Call in number is 917-889-7866. www.blogtalkradio.com/momo-b
Girls brave violence for their education in northern Nigeria. The kidnapping of Nigerianan school girls have caught the attention of everyone. Boko Haram (which means Western Education is forbidden) Militants are held responsible. While these school girls value education to the point of risking their lives for it, our girls risk their education due to fighting over who said what on FaceBook or Instagram. Are girls getting kicked out of school and placed in in-school suspension over what someone said on FaceBook or Instagram? Weigh in today at 6:30pm et. #chooseEducation #thePowerOfEdcucation
On this weeks episode Radio host "Richard aka 2nd" recaps his May 3, 2014 Kickstarter Pre-Pledge Birthday Party Bash and gives a full update on his comedy show pilot and official 3rd Kickstarter Campaign set to launch LIVE on Saturday June 7, 2014 on KICKSTARTER at: https://www.kickstarter.com/profile/rhymeimpersonator
Desi Vibe returns with "Veena K. (Kondapalli)" Who will speak about the over 200 girls were recently abducted from their boarding school in Nigeria by a terrorist group, Boko Haram, that may be selling them as brides for $12 each!. Veena will also have a new Desi Vibe Positive Thought, PLUS all the latest current trends in the fusion world, cool announcements, special thanks and Rhyme Show Shout Outs! A MUST NOT MISS EPISODE OF DESI VIBE!
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Christians in the West should stand up for those in the East out of regard for all they have given us over these thousands of years
When was the last time Christians were persecuted for believing in Christ? When the Roman’s killed them for converting to Christianity and torture then in Roman Arena’s, Peter was crucified upside down by Emperor Nero. A lot of Christians have been killed for simply believing in Jesus Christ?
It is time to fight..
Christians taking up arms in Iraq stands in stark contrast to the passive victim profile they have been known for since 2003 and are likely to make them more of a target. Sarkis, however, isn’t worried as he believes embracing a fighting life is much better than accepting a passive death. “We’re being killed in our homes, so why not defend ourselves? Then even if we die, we die with dignity,” he said. “We didn’t want to reach this point — we just want to live in our areas.”
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Calling all Zach Rance fans! We will be doing a special show with Zach's mother, Jill Rance, today. The girls and I will be talking to Jill about what she thought of Zach's game play, learn more about Zach and whatever else that comes up. Big Brother 16 has been a crazy season and with Zach being evicted, it sure has changed the house's energy. Don't miss this chance to get to know Zach from a mother's view.
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Tune in this Sunday, August 31 at 2p est for a serious and provocative discussion on Suicide, Depression and Bullying with my special featured guest Ms Carolyn Washington-Founder and Executive Director of Sisters4Sisters Inc. Sisters4Sisters, Inc. is a 501(c)3 founded in 1999 Non-Profit Organization dedicated to the Empowerment of Women and Girls in Mind, Body and Spirit www.sisters4sisters.com
Carolyn Washington is an community activist and domestic violence advocate who has recieved countless awards including proclamations from Senator Barbara Mikulski and CongressWoman Donna Edwards. She is frequently invited to serve on panels and attend events on issues facing women and girls. If you are a survivor or have been impacted by suicide, depression and bullying, please listen or join in the conversation. It's a serious one, Let's talk about it.
Making decisions. What to be done? Where to go? Who to see? When to do? How much to take? Why do I? No matter who, what, when, where,why or how, we have to have a subject and a verb. Action is always happening though the subjects are constantly changing and sometimes remaining the same. The affect of the action is direct or indirect, intentional or unintentional; none the less it happens. The effectiveness of actions depends on doer of the action and its intent. The doer of actions is the only one or ones that know what outcome is expected. The result affects the subject, the doer and the connected parties or surroundings. Take for example there is a water hose not attached to anything and there is a faucet present able to turn on with water flow. There is a group of children playing yard games and one of them DECIDES to intentionally wet all the other children. The surroundings include a house accessible, three picnic tables, hula hoops, jump rope, tug of war rope, horse shoes game, a volley ball set up, a tented food area w/table of food, a stage or platform for drama acts and the environment is during the fall time, quite more cool than hot. The sun is shining at about 1pm Eastern Standard Time, prayer time will be at 1:30pm about. The doer( one wetting the children) decided to have an outcome of laughter for fun, but did not realize or incorporate into its thinking process the affect of the act on the other children. 10 girls and 10 boys. 1 boy does the action, the subjects are running, screaming, knocking each other down, two boys and a girl gets injured by running into the tables and one of the boys has asthma, is rushed to the hospital and the parents are called and the scene is a mess No common sense
We ask,, whatever happened to our leader? Our consciece for common sense?