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"Moments and Time that shape us all".
is that Criminal Justice End Game?
3Cs in the Circle of Similarities
Cases - Incarceration - Robert Shipp and his sister the Amazing Veda Ajamu introducing the Crack Lifer Project
Commutation - All must apply. The Jason Hernandez Commutation from the first group granted by President Obama.
The Clemency Report considers clemency a moral policy issue with Dennis Cauchon, Editor
News that Matters –
Prisoners Perspective - communication, causes, Case-In-Law
Events of Interest
Inclosing - Sometimes related to issues in the current episode
SiteSeeing Tour Bus
BIO: Stan White
Stan White is a retired high school principal. He is the father of Marine Corporal Andrew White, who was a healthy 23-year-old, gung-ho Marine returning from a nine-month tour in Iraq, who, like so many of his brothers in arms, suffered from the seemingly normal stresses of war—insomnia, nightmares and restlessness. The young corporal turned to the military’s mental health system for help. Within a few short months, White became unrecognizable to his family. Eleven months after beginning his first cocktail of mind-altering drugs, he died in his sleep from what the medical examiner ruled an “accidental overdose of medication.” Since taking his first multi-drug cocktail to the date of his death, White had been prescribed no less than nineteen different drugs with many at ever-increasing dosages, including antidepressants, antipsychotics, anti-anxiety, pain killers and antibiotics. The prescribed drugs Methadone, Oxycodone, Paxil and Seroquel were found in his system at the time of death. Stan and his wife, Shirley, blame the “lethal cocktail” of psychiatric drugs for the death of their son. “We don’t think they should be given to troops in the field,” Stan White said. “It’s worth asking whether they should be given to anybody anytime, civilian or military.” The Whites are advocating more alternatives for soldiers and have testified before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
in Self Help
We are back on the air after another long break because Pat slipped and hasn't been able to stay sober. George and Pat will discuss whats happened in their lives since last on the air and also talk about Pat's trip to the Bahamas 5/5/14 for Ibogaine treatment. It sounds very promising and there is a lot to talk about. We will be doing this show once a week from here on forward
Graveyard Radio, WU's biggest hit sensation is coming at ya Live THURSDAY NIGHTS at Midnight EST 11:00PM central. Hosted by King Outlaw, Queen Stephers, and Dr Pain, you never know what they might dig up.
Tonight we honor the memory of one of James Owen Sullivan (February 9, 1981 – December 28, 2009), more commonly known by his stage name The Rev (shortened version of The Reverend Tholomew Plague), was an American musician and songwriter, best known as the drummer and founding member for the American heavy metal band Avenged Sevenfold. The Rev was critically acclaimed for his work on the Avenged Sevenfold albums Waking the Fallen and City of Evil. He was also the lead vocalist/pianist in Pinkly Smooth, a side project where he was known by the name Rat Head, with fellow Avenged Sevenfold member and childhood best friend, guitarist Synyster Gates, and he was the drummer for Suburban Legends from 1998 to 1999. The Rev was found dead in his home on December 28, 2009 from an overdose of Oxycodone (Percocet), oxymorphone (a metabolite of oxycodone), diazepam (), nordiazepam (a metabolite of diazepam) and alcohol. The coroner noted cardiomegaly (enlarged heart) as a "significant condition" that may have played a role in Sullivan's death. He is buried at The Good Shepherd Cemetery in Huntington Beach Orange County California.
Take part in our "How Well Do You Know Your Hosts?" Game. Which hosts picked which song for our show? If you guess correctly you will win 100K.
Do you have what it takes to dethrone our GraveYard Radio Champion? Come out and see who has the balls to take on Crimson666 this week. There will also be a few other announcements, some UAWF & GYW news, and surprises, maybe even a song from our callers. You never know what we might unearth at the dead man's party, so be sure you tune in to find out
For more than 200 years, America has engaged in a deliberate, co-dependent DRUGS.
Whether its street drugs or prescribed narcotics, America is obsessed.
Today's conversation will look back through American history to find out what role cocaine, opium, marajuana, heroin and more have impacted our 21st centrury struggle.
You might be surprised!
Pain - What Can We Do About It? Are of Pain Killer Drugs Dangerous? Beverly Nadler addresses these important issues. STOP the pain; listen today and see what benefits you gain!
CNN aired a shocking telecast on November 17, 2012, hosted by a medical doctor.
President Bill Clinton was one of the people he interviewed. Prescription drugs have now replaced auto accidents as the #1 cause of accidental death! With only 5% of the world’s population, Americans use 80% of the world’s pain killers! Find out how accidental deaths from pain killers can be prevented. And learn about alternatives that may make it possible for people with pain to sufficiently heal so that they can reduce, or even stop using, pain killer drugs.
There's a continuous beep in the studio! Can Dereck and Kay do the show with such a crazy distraction!!?
NEMO HAS DESTROYED EVERYTHING. How could a little storm named after a cute clownfish cause so much mayhem? We'll be recapping our snowdays for you!
Next: special guests, the creators of Heromakers, Jay Nog and Dan Hirshon. Heromakers is an animated comedy TV series (basically Simpsons Meets X-Men) is about the dysfunctional Murray family and their business that offers human clients the opportunity to experience the life of a superhero. Like their Facebook page along with a Kickstarter page. Please consider making a donation to support them and get them on TV for everyone to enjoy.
Dereck reads the weird news and we Kay gets distracted by the mention of oxycodone. Then we laugh at Barack Obama singing the theme song from Pokemon and Kay plays Harvest Moon Multiplayer, live on air...then they kind of run out of steam...