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Lady Tara Welcomes Ken DeCosta, coordinator for 2014 Ocean State Paracon, an awesome Paranormal event at The Assembly Theater in Harrisville, RI July 19 & 20 and two guest speakers for this event; Christopher Rondina, author of Ghosts of New England, Vampires of New England and Ghost Ships of New England and Chris DiCesare, who's encounter with The Paranormal formed the basis for the independent film, "Please, Talk With Me" and an episode of the SyFy network series 'School Spirits".
Ken DeCosta is the founder and director of the Rhode-Island based RISEUP Paranormal and a member of the Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) Home Team. Ken has been researching and investigating claims of paranormal activity for over 30 years and he and his team combine modern technology, historical data and in-depth studies of the human condition to conduct objective, systematic and unbiased investigations into unexplained phenomena.
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Enemy of the state. We discuss Bernie and the Bernie bots (Bernie bots are his supporters) on this episode of The Fine and North Show. The Bernie Bots are advocating for socialism in America, well, socialist policies are unconstitutional, therefore the Bernie bots are an enemy of the state. We look at the New Hampshire primary results. Rob North us on the road in New Hampshire, he'll call in with his political commentary. Mass genocide is occurring in the Nuba mountains of Sudan, we take a look at the cause. Plus much more! Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org
Just like that, the 2015-16 NFL Season has vanished and football withdrawal has taken place all over America. The Core Show panelists will attempt to keep you engaged as far as the NFL goes by telling you what the #1 storyline was out of the NFL this past season. We'll look back on all things Super Bowl 50 and tell you our takeaways from the game, our favorite Super Bowl commercials, our impressions of the national anthem by Lady Gaga and the Pepsi Halftime Show featuring Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars, where the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers go from here to prepare for next season and much more.
Speaking of more, we'll examine Cam Newton and his poor, onfield perfomance, leading to his poorer postgame behavior and explain why calling him the face of the NFL proved to be a bit premature. We'll examine the legcy of Peyton Manning and tell you if it's now complete now that he has won that oh so elusive 2nd Super Bowl. We'll also tell you whether or not we expect him to retire. We'll react to the latest fallout surrounding Johnny Manziel and even tell you a known figure in the NFL who ultimately had the worst day once the Panthers officially lost Super Bowl 50.
We'll also have an insider who covers the Oakland Raiders to address the rumors around the possibility they could relocate to Las Vegas and occupy a 1 billion dollar stadium that is going to be built on the campus of UNL V.
We'll examine the state of the NFL and mention what we believe the NFL needs to address this offseason.
#203: Cat Osterman, Assistant Coach, Texas State. Texas State kicks off the 2016 season this week on Feb. 12, hosting the the CenturyLink Classic in San Marcos, Texas. The tournament will include; Oklahoma State University, DePaul, Northwestern State and Abilene Christian. In her first season with the Bobcats in 2015, Osterman led freshman pitcher Randi Rupp to earning First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference honors as well as being NFCA All-Region selection. Rupp threw her first no-hitter for the Bobcats on March 23 against UL Monroe before quickly following suit with her first perfect game on April 15 against Houston Baptist. With 293 strikeouts, Rupp led the Sun Belt Conference in her first year. Prior to the start of the 2016 season, Rupp was named the Sun Belt Conference’s Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Osterman joined the Bobcat squad in 2015 after spending three seasons as an assistant coach at St. Edwards University. Bobcats Twitter, Bobcats Facebook, Coach Osterman Twitter, Coach Osterman Official Site, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook
humanness divides between positive and negative service polarity that begins with each life existing as an arbitrary state of being. people choose what to be and know humanly as their life, which is whatever. people choose to feel pain and fear or joy and love. life takes work to evolve and enjoy.all anyone does is feel, sense, think, and envision who they are as. It is essential to contribute to others without being selfish and callas. Most fail to get to this level of being. Welcome to my point of view.
It's our second annual State of the Young Black Man address with Entrepreneur Marquis Coates and Young Activist Caleb Jackson.
If your not a young man, this will be a most enlivening, informational, and engaging address for your little brother, nephew, and any parents of young men.
How do we show them that school is not a right now job, but the foundation of your future? How do we keep them in school?
Despite making up just 13% of the population, blacks commit around half of homicides in the United States. Where do we start? Turning criminals into students and upstanding citizens sounds like an impossible charge.. but it's possible; we have to believe it is, but how? How is it possible?
Also, how do we become better young black fathers, realistically and perceptionally?
Entrepreneur Marquis Coates and Young Activist Caleb Jackson will be rejoining us for a compelling panel discussion!
We talk New Hampshire Primary results tonight, including Donald Trump, a Marco Rubio demise, Jeb Bush and John Kasich rising, Chris Christie, HIllary is a loser, and Bernie Sanders.
What would be the benefits of changing and/or infusing an African Centered Education into the public schools of Philadelphia and abandoning the eurocentric pedagogy? Over 50% of the student population in Philadelphia are Afrikan scholars born in America and according to the most recent stastics found in the The Notebook, (a newspaper publication that deals with the Philadelphia public schools), "Pennsylvania is one of 20 states in which the African American graduation rate is below 66 percent, and one of 16 states in which the Latino graduation rate is below 66 percent (both are 65 percent). The gap between White and Black graduation rates and White and Latino graduation rates is, in both cases, 23 percentage points. The White graduation rate in Pennsylvania now stands at 88 percent." In the opinion of Afrikan an African Centered core curriculum is not only necessary, it is long over due.
My special guest this evening is Dr. Jalaal Hayes, a born and raised scholar of North Philadelphia who graduated high school at 15 and college at 18, (Lincoln University), and became the youngest man to earn a Ph.D from Delaware State Universuty at the age of 22. This amazing brother's doctorate is in chemistry, and instead of going for six figures he is a teacher in one of South Philadelphia's public neighborhood charter high schools. He currently has his own tutoring company. I hope you will join us as Dr. Jalaal Hayes weighs in on the state of the Philadelphia public school system from a first person Afrikan perspective.
NCAA Championships and Alliances assistant - Lauren Battista
Montana State Billings women's basketball forward - Alisha Breen
Western Oregon head men's basketball coach - Jim Shaw
The host for season 4 is Rob Lowery. Produced by GNAC Media Relations Assistant Iain Dexter, this 30-minute program will air live Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Pacific time during the 2015-16 academic year.
Daniel Bryan tribute episode with Roderick Strong!, Ambrose vs. Lesnar at WrestleMania?, State of Brie Bella, Kurt Angle/WWE Talk, Daniel Bryan Trivia. Flavor of the Week: Daniel Bryan memorable moments. Join us live!
CLASSIC VIDEO OF THE WEEK:
We are going to examine why Black movements and culture are compromised and undermined historically.Why are we in this state of confusion?There is no plan,agenda,organizing,program or vision laid out for us.We are like sheep easily led by anyone with a loud voice who seem half way intelligent.We want to discuss the trivializing and devaluing of Black movements.I say this because even Black people do not take themselves seriously.The White man owns America.Donald Trump is America.America is a White land.America will never let us have power.Because they do not trust us.White people are not stupid.
Just who are #blacklivesmatter?Why are some factions pushing the Queer Agenda?Do they think Black people are stupid?These people have invaded the legitimate anger over Trevon Martin and co oped their movement with Black Nationalist without our consent.Let me give you a background ten years ago I was attacked by the LBGT movement just for not agreeing with their political stance on issues.Back then they openly attacked nationalist Paternalistic,Masculine,oppressive of women and antiquated.I ask you this,what is the sudden change?They have not changed.They are latching on to the nationalist energy to get a free ride.I along with Straightblackpride are on to them.If you can sell your agenda fine,BUT DO NOT THINK I HAVE TO SUPPORT IT BECAUSE WE ARE BOTH GRIEVING OVER TREVON MARTIN......A FIRE AND BRIMESTONE SERMON FROM THE KALAGENESIS TONIGHT
"The SAFE Program also aims to unite Black and poor communities by actively recruiting and hiring a number of our youth to help implement these much-needed services. Both drivers and escorts will be recruited from among the young and unemployed in our community, a strategythat at the same time will cut down the number of youth who would consider snatching a pocket book just to get a little change. In addition, drivers and escorts will be given extensive training in their respective fields, with both groups receiving intensive safety and FIRST-aid instruction.
State, federal, and local funding of the SAFE Program will also mean additional transportation-at least five vans with a seating capacity of twelve per sons each, plus the hiring ofa full-time program director and assistants. All totaled, the proposed annual budget for the SAFE Program comes to slightly less than two hundred thousand dollars ($195,530).
E orts to acquire funds for the SAFE Program have not yet been successful. A formal proposal has been presented before Oakland Model Cities, a federally funded poverty program, but that agency has made no commitment. A portion of Oakland's $4.5 million in revenue-sharing funds has been suggested for the SAFE Program, but the city administrators have been typically mum. Complete and adequate funding for the SAFE Program was, in fact, an integral part ofthe Seale-Brown Fourteen-Point Program to Rebuild Oakland in the 1973 campaign and, far from being abandoned, it will be included in initiatives and referendums.
The SAFE funding proposal, like the program itself, is an argument for our protection instead of our abuse by public service agencies, which theoreti cally function on our behalf. SAFE is a simple but basic program designed to help and secure the lives of a very important yet often forgotten segment of our communities: the older people." HUEY P. NEWTON