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  • 00:59

    OTE Presents: "Sports Wise With Zettie WIlliams"

    in Lifestyle

    On The Edge Show presents the debut of our newest segment: "Sports Wise with Zettie 'ZJ' Williams"--a weekly, one-hour, straight-edged sports talk segment which tackles the complete happenings in the world of sports--from community to playoffs. Tonight, in his pilot show, Zettie speaks out on several issues, including the continuous problem of racism in sports, violence in the game plays, as well as the current state of teams in the playoffs. Join in tonight and cut it up with ZJ by calling 347-327-9967 tonight at 10 PM EST. 

  • 02:01

    "Celebrity Adopting Interracially: True Love or Hollywood Boost?"

    in Lifestyle

    Hollywood interracial adoptions are happening at an incredibly high rate. The world followed Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt as their families grew with new additions of interacial adopted siblings almost each year. Those children flourished, became America's surrogate families, and each of those children blended into their new surroundings comfortable in all parts of their identties. Subsequent celebrity adoptions followed, and in many of the cases, there are questionable factors involved that would have been investigated or screened much more closely if the celebrity pay rate were not involved. Specific to African-American adoptees in this adoption wave..such as in the case of Duck Dynasty stars Jep and Jessica Robertson adopting an African-American baby boy into their family...are the effects of being adopted into a different culture more detrimental or cultivating to the children? Join in tonight at 10:30 PM EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • 01:00

    "SportsWise Wednesdays w/ "ZJ" Williams

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight's theme: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same


    Applause applause to the NFL for appointing Katherine Smith into a male-dominated lead position of Assistant Coach to the BuffaloBills, and double applause for the appointing of Sharon Thomas into another male-dominated role of referee! What a breakthrough past the barriers in sports...or is it? While this is two for the books in favor of women's rights and abiities to perform many tasks traditionally assigned to men, once more, we see no qualified African-American or Latina women in the candidates' pool. Additionally, the handling of an investigation into Peyton Manning's alleged use of HGH in 2011 is a big contrast to the handling of this same allegation against non-Caucasian athletes. Is the positive changes made for women in sports enough of a gesture of good faith that racism will be addessed as well? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • 01:59

    "Disastrous Duplicities"

    in Lifestyle

    Rape is a serious, devastating crime that imposes much more damage on its victims than the physical act itself. In addition to the assailant's damage, the law violates and damages the victim further. As a result, rape becomes culturized, bar jokes, and pushed to the bottom of the pile of serious priorities. A myriad of women coming forth three decades later against BIll Cosby serves as a adouble-edged sword in the fight to make lawmakers take prosecuting rape more seriously. On one hand, it sends a message that there is a fight going on to bring the criminal element of rape to the front page, and it can be punished regardless of time lapse. On the other hand, especially in this case, the victims being women who have capitalized, gained fame, or had fruitful careers in which the accused assailant has somehow fortified, opens the door for defense attorneys to discredit the victims and decriminalize the alleged rapes. Additionally, our youth struggle to fit into society every day. One of the biggest struggles they face is bullying because of bias against their sexual orientation. Jaden Smith has been highly publicized in cross-gender dressing. He attributes his choices to "making a statement against gender barriers in clothing", not to a statement of his own sexual orientation. Does the prosecution of three-decade old rapes help or hurt the fight for stricter laws against rape? Does Jaden Smith cross-dressing but not claiming sexual orientation differences enable our youth to become more confident in their identity? Or is it just another crazy fashion fad for our youth to follow? Join in tonight with your thoughts by calling 347-327-9967 at 10:30 PM EST.

  • 02:00

    "The Blurred Lines OF Sports: Dirty Plays, Or Criminal Assault?"

    in Lifestyle

    Intensive, hard core, often blood-curdling physical contact in sports such as basketball, hockey and football is a natural expectation in game plays. There is an expected risk of injury to the players in the normal hustle and bustle of the sport. But with the rise of flagrant fouls, penalties, scandals and serious injuries to other players resulting in fines and game suspensions, have the game plays crossed the line of 'good intense sports" to criminal assault? 


    Cincinatti Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict makes a deliberate beeline for Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown's head, while Adam Pacman Jones responds to Assistant Coach Joey Porter's illegal presence in the sidelines with violence, in addition to previous infractions--such as deliberately removing the helmet of Oakland Raiders' Amari Cooper and banging Cooper's head on the helmet while on the field--clearly are not moves or actions necessary to play great football. Under any other circumstances, this would be a prosecutable offense, and the immediate throwing of the multiple flags on the field tells that they were flagrantly foul actions.. even by the NFL's guidleines. However, the NFL punished one of those actions while overlooking the other.


    When does a player's actions on the field go beyond the scope of "great sports maneuvers" and turn into acts of assault?  Are fines and game suspensions adequate punishments for repeat offenders? Tune in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • "The Blurred Lines Of Sports: Dirty Plays, Or Criminal Acts?"

    in Lifestyle

    Intensive, hard core, often blood-curdling physical contact in sports such as basketball, hockey and football is a natural expectation in game plays. There is an expected risk of injury to the players in the normal hustle and bustle of the sport. But with the rise of flagrant fouls, penalties, scandals and serious injuries to other players resulting in fines and game suspensions, have the game plays crossed the line of 'good intense sports" to criminal assault? 


    Cincinatti Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict makes a deliberate beeline for Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown's head, while Adam Pacman Jones responds to Assistant Coach Joey Porter's illegal presence in the sidelines with violence, in addition to previous infractions--such as deliberately removing the helmet of Oakland Raiders' Amari Cooper and banging Cooper's head on the helmet while on the field--clearly are not moves or actions necessary to play great football. Under any other circumstances, this would be a prosecutable offense, and the immediate throwing of the multiple flags on the field tells that they were flagrantly foul actions.. even by the NFL's guidleines. However, the NFL punished one of those actions while overlooking the other.


    When does a player's actions on the field go beyond the scope of "great sports maneuvers" and turn into acts of assault?  Are fines and game suspensions adequate punishments for repeat offenders? Tune in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • 01:15

    The Multi-Perspective Edge with 2GuysInTheKnow

    in Spirituality

    On this week's LIVE broadcast your hosts Eric Earll and Bert Allen of 2GuysInTheKnow will be taking calls and providing listeners with psychic/medium readings right on the air!


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  • 01:27

    Introduction back to the Network Spiritual Talk!!!!

    in Spirituality

    Dr. Kepha Isreal is back with cutting edge show that will blow your mind and set you off to another level of spirituality for this century we live in. Dr. Isreal will be talking about the show and it's intent and origin to open your eyes spiritually!!!!

  • 01:00

    The Edge of Reaity

    in Entertainment

    Join Allie and Priscilla to chat all about Reality TV. Guest will be Johnny Mac from Big Brother 17.


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  • 02:14

    The Sharp Edge with Edge and Captain Wicker

    in Politics

    On another exciting episode of The Sharp Edge with Edge and Captain Wicker we will talk about teenage stupidity and the moronic things a bright few have decided are fun, yet deadly. We will also talk about the Naked Mole Rat (Bernie Sanders) and his lack of economic understanding plus other current topics, All in just the first hour. Stick around for the second hour for talk about paranormal phenomenon, the Sharp Edge sexy voice contest and The Airing of the Laundry. Its going to be a fun show with many special guests and voices.

  • 00:10

    lizyt show with rino

    in Blogs

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