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On today's Episode we will be listening and going over the mixtape Dawn by Spoken hope you enjoy and feel free to call in and let use no
Let it Ride or Pump yo Brakes
This is my first OFFICIAL project that is FREE. The sole plot of the mixtape is to remember how the Dawn of the day can be the most beautiful time of the day and that spiritually God creates us in the middle of it all. Whether we choose to stay or become light or dark, that's the decision we make as believers. 1 Peter 2:9.https://soundcloud.com/spokin/sets/dawn-mixtape
In a city full of depression and musical inspiration, "Spokin" rose to the occasion. Born JeVo'n Jones, It all started at the age of 7 when he was in his fathers studio. This is where he first played a piano and started to sing. Throughout the years he eventually got his own keyboard that recorded 8 tracks and started to play songs by ear. In his teenage years he grew up in a rough area, only to be pushed back in his mind which caused him to start writing Songs and free-styling all day long. Not knowing Jesus in his gang filled community it was tough, until grace abound at 16. At that age he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Trying to become more productive and involved in Church ministry, the community still was distorting the message of Christ. Being confused for many years, he ventured out into the world doing secular music, becoming a threat to other artists. From diss tracks to battle rap, clubs to parties, Spokin didn't seem to have much life in his walk towards destruction, until grace abounded even more. Losing all of his necessities, the Lord had stripped him of his pride at the age of 22.
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SysteMatic Young Lyricist Among Dis Other Nonesense
Born Jerrold Michael McWilliams originally from California now residing in Minnesota has had music a part of his life before birth. S.M.Y.L.A.D.O.N. did not aspire to be a musician, music called to him and he has answered. God, family, you, hip hop, and then himself. His lyrics are raw, truthful, and relevant to all men and women regardless age or race and will remain so as long as people go through. Speaking in a language that people can understand to reach them where ever they are in their walk, and motivating them to keep pressing. He has a way of making the listener actively engage and examine self and the world around them by masterfully blending God, politics, and social issues. Short and sweet, all glory to God for giving and allowing me to use this gift to further his kingdom and minister to the hearts and minds of his children saved or unsaved. "A higher power gave me the skill to rap divine and go hard so if i quit rhyming then i wouldn't be in compliance with God..." (S.M.Y.L.A.D.O.N.)
Comedian/musician Shayna Ferm and her sidekick, MC Doula (aka Tracey Tee), host this highly irreverent, cult-hit show full of comedy, games, prizes, drinking, swearing and parental commiseration. Live musical performances are spread throughout the evening with songs like “Eat Your F-ing Food,” and “When I Die, I Want to Come Back as a Dad.” Audience participation includes “Stump the Breeder” and “The Most F-ed Up Thing Your Kid Did This Week.” Conceived (pun intended) in Denver, Colorado in 2012, this show will make you laugh your c-section scar open.
The Expressing Motherhood podcast aims to highlight creative moms. If you are interested in being interviewed please email host/producer/co-creator Lindsay Kavet: lindsay(at)expressingmotherhood.com
15 minute interview with Pump Station CEO Cheryl Petran about NEW digital parenting resource with@KidsInTheHouse
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A blog recently ran in a .com publication. Is this your story? Being Human
Now explores the new normal of being Unemployed, 55, and Faking Normal
Here is short portion of the blog:
"You know her. She is in your friendship circle, hidden in plain sight. She
is 55, broke and tired of trying to keep up appearances. Faking normal is
wearing her out. To look at her, you wouldn't know that her electricity was
cut off last week for non-payment or that she meets the eligibility
requirements for food stamps. Her clothes are still impeccable, bought in
the good times when she was still making money. But if you paid attention,
you would see the sadness in her eyes, hear that grace note of panic in her
otherwise commanding voice."
Five women have died in police custody in July. Raynetta Turner and Sarah Lee Circle Bear are the latest. Native Americans are killed by police in alarming numbers. Sandra Bland's family hopes their federal lawsuit will produce answers and accountability. A special prosecutor will investigate Raynetta Turner's death in custody. The Dept of Justice has released another report regarding Ferguson. And Sam Dubose's bottle of "gin" actually contained air freshener.
Professor William Lazonick explains how companies have turned from employment security, how corporate leadership structures are hurting the entire economy, what are stock buy backs, how stock buy backs are different from traditional stock purchasing, how Ronald Reagan deregulated the stock market, why the SEC can’t monitor buybacks, why stock rewards have become more and more popular, the similarity between stock buybacks and pump and dump schemes, how these schemes keep wages down, the real story behind executive pay, why Reagan economic policies failed to put money in the REAL economy, why real wages used to track productivity growth, and why it doesn't do so anymore.
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