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How the Brooklyn shootings are like the Oklahoma City bombing; Is Bill de Blasio’s political career over?; Meanwhile, down in Washington, er, Havana, um, Hawaii; Seems like only one side in American politics is ready for guilt-by-association accusations; Which side of the aisle is more racist than the other? It’s not even close; and the Left finally finds itself on the receiving end of "guilt collectivization," may they never get out from under it.
[Programming note: We'll be on Christmas hiatus the rest of this week. See y'all next Monday! And have a very blessed Christmas!]
Oklahoma City Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley, on July 1, 2014 released a statement to the Press. http://archokc.org/top-news/3527-deliver-us-from-evil-amen He claime 200,000 Oklahoma Catholics were enraged and 1 billion Catholics world wide. Jennifer McClintock, a Civic Center spokeswoman, said "She counted about 1,200 complaints from the public and said Civic Center staff had returned about 75 calls." http://newsok.com/oklahoma-city-stance-on-black-mass-upsets-catholic-archbishop/article/5004625/?page=2
Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley argues with City Manager Jim Couch about the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall taking a law suit to stop the Black Mass and infringing on Freedom of Speech, the 1st Ammentment. As Jim Brown explains, the Federal Court has ordered the Civic Center to allow for shows regardless of content as long as no laws are being broken. Jim Brown also makes it clear that wasting tax payers money on a law suit that will lose, is not looking out for the City's interested, and he swore to up hold the Constitution of the United States. http://newsok.com/excerpts-city-archdiocese-exchange-email-over-black-mass/article/5005568
Dastur Adam Daniels retorted and sent a statement to the press. It was ignored and not published. So that will be shared here as well.
Tune at 11am on December 1st while Pete Richardson interviews Oklahoma City Thunder cheerleader Shereka Jones. Shereka is 6 year veteran for the Thunder, so tune in if you want to be inspired, entertained, and educated! #Soar
Oklahoma City: Business Spotlight: Moore Marketing and Communications. Stephanie D. Moore, aka That PR Chick, shares some insight on Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma and its significance to African American history. The conversation goes into social responsibility among African American people, including celebrities. Moore also speaks about her unique flair for marketing and branding as well as a strong emphasis on integrity. Moore also shares her hope for future generations of black children across the United States and beyond.
Dial 929-477-4171 to join the post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. Developments with the rookie Langston Galloway, the additions of the free agents from the 10 day contracts mid season.. We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!! Twitter: @BleedBlueShow
The third episode of "The Basketball Truth" will go over Oklahoma City's comeback against the San Antonio Spurs and if they should be favored after holding serve at home. With Indiana winning last night and Paul George showcasing himself as potentially the third-best player in the NBA, is the pressure now building day by day on the Miami Heat? What do I make of Lance Stephenson's ear-blowing incident? Is it more of a distraction for him, or is it actually getting to LeBron James?
Wednesday's broadcast we will be discussing the events of Waco, Oklahoma City Bombing, Sandy Hook, and the immense Ebola scare. It's time to re-examine events within our history and expose the lies and deceit that is being shoved down our throats and continues to do so until we just accept and forget. Well, some of us have not forgotten and we will continue to remember and expose these lies. We are also going to look into the Ebola scare and investigate the facts.
Join Empress T Tonight on Zuri Speaks Talk Radio along with Kenya Jones. andWill Justice ....TOPIC: OKLAHOMA CITY: THE RETURN OF THE ANCESTORS...THIS IS A LIVE CALL-IN SHOW....Let's get it in.... 4PM MST, 6PM CST, & 7PM EST
FBI investigating claims Oklahoma beheading suspect tried to convert co-workers to Islam,, Alton Nolen, the man authorities believe is responsible for a brutal beheading in Moore, Oklahoma Thursday, posted an image which seemed to justify beheading on his Facebook page earlier this year. AND, Mexican Cartel Beat Texan to Death After Kidnapping,, An American citizen was beaten to death by drug cartel members while another barely managed to survive the kidnapping and torture just south of the Texas border.
At 9:02 AM CST on the morning of April the 19th 1995, a Yellow rental truck from the Ryder company, 5th St in Oklahoma City, packed with just under 3 tons of ammonium nitrate diesel explosive mix exploded blasting the north face of the Alfred P Murrah Federal building.
2 Years to the day following the massacre at the Branch Davidian Compound, did Timothy McVeigh act alone, or was there a conspiracy to bring about a police state by scaring the US public into believing in a homegrown terror threat?
Inconsistancies in the investigation, missing or destroyed evidence, witness tampering and murder.
Tune in tonight at 4PM PST 7PM EST 12AM GMT
Doesn't Clay Bennett's family own the Oklahoman?
I believe that is the case.
But whatever the case, that was a low blow by the newspaper this morning printing a front page headline that read: "Mr. Unreliable."
I have a headline for Scott Brooks and his strategy in Game 5, which you can hear in this podcast with WHBQsports56 in Memphis. I think you will like it. The hosts, Greg and Eli, loved it.
And as far as the Durant headline goes, there is a corollary to be drawn to a story that appeared in the Orlando Sentinel in July, 1996. It helped lead to the departure of Shaquille O'Neal from Central Florida.
More on that, and what it might mean regarding KD's future (Lakers?) in this podcast. Enjoy.
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