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  • 01:34

    Boycotting For Justice: What Businesses Should We Punish?

    in Women

    According to news reports, racism apparently drove journalist Bryce Williams of Virginia to commit murder and then suicide. Graphic video footage records him shooting to death two colleagues on live television, in a shocking, televised murder. He described himself as "a powder keg ready to explode." How many who are tired of enduring racial oppression are "read to explode?" Is there a peaceful way to end this hostility between blacks and whites? The suggestion has been made that the key to changing the climate of racially motivated violence and injustice is to withhold financial support of particular businesses. Today we examine which businesses finance those who perpetrate violence, which businesses finance elected officials that refuse to enact fair laws, which businesses prop up a system of injustice and how can we stop buying from those businesses, put them out of business, and still supply our own needs.

  • 02:05


    in Christianity

    I was again shown that the health reform is one branch of the great work to fit a people for the coming of the Lord. And it is as closely connected with the third angel's message as the hand is united to the body. The law of ten commandments has been lightly regarded by man. The Lord would not come to punish the transgressors of his law without first sending them a message of warning. The third angel proclaims the warning message. Had men ever been obedient to the law of ten commandments, carrying out in their lives the principles of these ten precepts, the curse of disease now flooding the world would not be. THE HEALTH REFORM AND THE HEALTH INSTITUTE, PAGE 1

  • 01:01

    Why are The Children of Israel the "Chosen People"?

    in Religion

    HEAR THIS word that the LORD hath spoken against you, O children of Israel,against the whole family which I brought up from the land of Egypt,saying.                        You only have I known of all the families of the earth: therefore I will punish you for all your iniquities.Amos 3:1-2 kjv                                                                                        after the conclusion of  program you the Guest  Call-In speak! Live with host  (646)200-3074 (877)598-8654

  • 00:46


    in Spirituality

    Prayer for Mercy in Time of Trouble. (PLEASE READ ISRAEL AND SHARE)


    6.) OH, YAH, do not rebuke or punish me in Your anger,
    Nor discipline me in Your wrath.
    2.) Have mercy on me and be gracious to me, OH, YAH, for I am weak (faint, frail);
    Heal me, OH, YAH, for my bones are dismayed and anguished.
    3.) My soul [as well as my body] is greatly dismayed.
    But as for You, OH, YAH—how long [until You act on my behalf / ISRAEL BEHALF]?

    4.) Return, OH, YAH, rescue my soul;
    Save me (ISRAEL) because of Your [unfailing] steadfast love and mercy.
    5.) For in death there is no mention of You;
    In Sheol (the nether world, the place of the dead) who will praise You and give You thanks?

    6.) I am weary with my groaning;
    Every night I soak my bed with tears,
    I drench my couch with my weeping.
    7.) My eye grows dim with grief;
    It grows old because of all my enemies.

    8.) Depart from me, all you who do evil,
    For YAH has heard the voice of (ISRAEL) my weeping.
    9.) YAH, has heard my supplication [my plea for grace];
    YAH, receives my (ISRAEL) prayer.
    10.) Let all my enemies be ashamed and greatly horrified;
    Let them turn back, let them suddenly be ashamed [of what they have done].

  • 00:19

    Living, Caring, Learning and Sharing W/DON DURANT

    in Writing

    Capital punishment is running rampant in many states.  I do believe that there are many crimes where Capital Punishment is justified, bt in many cases a prison industry with a mind to punish and not to rehabilitate can go hand in hand.  How many times is the wrong person put to death, before finding out there was a mistaken witness...?  Join us as we share thoughts on this special issue, that touches so many lives. 

  • 02:05

    Should Ones Prison Record Be Removed Once Time Has Been Served?

    in Women

    Going to prison is an experience that can follow one for ever, years after time has been served. But is it fair to judge someone based on mistakes in the past? What if they committed a murder, shouldn't people have a right to know? Should some crimes automatically be expunged, such as drug related offenses - especially now that marijuana is no longer an illegal drug?  Should the purpose of imprisonment be to punish or to reform? Can all people be reformed, even sex offenders? Would you want an ex convict to be able to get a job in your child's school?



  • 02:00

    Warning of God's Judgments on America, Part 3, call in with Michael-Jay

    in Current Events

    But, to the pastors who are false and forsake My covenant by teaching lies and saying things I have not said, who teach that a man must obey wicked laws and all authority is of God, I send rebuke. The LORD says to the pastors, A ruler will serve me by obeying my eternal laws in every part of his life. If he will not punish the wicked as I have commanded, then I will exact My punishment upon that ruler, but the people will suffer. If a thief will not restore and repent then he shall be killed. If a man commits murder he shall not be allowed to live but shall be put to death. If two or three witnesses accuse an unrepentant sodomite then he shall be put to death. If the judge will not protect the poor and deliver those that are oppressed by those that hate My laws, then I will take away his judgeship and remove his protection and deliver him into the hands of the oppressors. The man who is in authority will use a just and righteous balance and weigh out equity and justice. If a ruler uses a false balance, weighing the laws of men as more weighty than the Laws of God, then this is a false ruler and the LORD will overthrow him and judge him as less than worthless, something to be thrown out and trampled underfoot.

  • Real & Raw "No Holds Barred Adult Conversation" Marriage, Divorce, Babby Daddy??

    in Relationships

    People get married and divorced.  Some couples have children without getting married.  We’re not here to judge this state of affairs; it is a reality of life.  When marriages end, some fathers “divorce their children, refusing to interact with them again.  On the other hand, some mothers, in order to punish the fathers, prevent them from spending time with their children.  Parents may be angry, yet children are hurting.  Angry Parent, Hurting Children.  Let’s talk about it tonight.


    Ladies have you ever wondered what men really think?

    Have you ever tried to tap into the mind of a man on subjects of love, relationships or life itself?

    What drives a man wild?

    Is the sex good enough?

    Have you been in the relationship too long?

    Can a man stay faithful?

    Why would a man cheat with a woman less attractive?

    What drives a man up the wall?

    What makes a man commit to a woman?

    What can a woman do to make sex better?

    When do men know they are in love?

    Those questions a lot more on Real & Raw

  • 02:00

    Filmmaker, Chris Esper

    in Film

    Chris Esper is an award winning filmmaker/videographer based out of Attleboro, MA. For the past 5 years, Chris has directed a number of successful short films, web series and corporate videos, some of which have gone on to be screened at film festivals and won  several awards. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Digital Recording Arts from New England Institute of Technology and continues to work in developing his skills. He's new film "Please Punish Me" is a comedic 15 minute short film about a businessman who is overly blessed to the point that seeks to be punished for his curse.

    Thanks for joining BackStage, me and my co-host Rebecca Mae Spaulding---and the rest of the wild and crazy nightly crew. Tonight, we have another awesome show planned for you, with trending news, celebrity gossip; Come and join us and listen great Indies Music. If there is something on your mind, or you would like to touch on something that the Rebecca and I might have talked about, you are invited to come into the studio, and join us; the number is (646) 716-5735


  • 01:31

    Voices Carry for Animals # 63

    in Pets

    Hosted By Debbie Dahmer

    Guests will be: Nancy Blaney - Senior Federal Policy Advisor at the Animal Welfare Institute & Dr. Mary Lou Randour, AWI Senior Advisor for Animal Cruelty Programs and Training

    October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This is the perfect time to remind your legislators of the strong relationship between domestic violence and animal abuse and to ask them to cosponsor the Pet and Women Safety (PAWS) Act, H.R. 1258/S. 1559.


    Victims of domestic violence fear not only for their own safety, but also for that of their companion animals. Having no safe place for their pets prevents many victims from leaving their abusers. The PAWS Act helps to remove that roadblock.

    When there is violence in the home, it can be directed at everyone—spouse or partners, children, elderly family members, and companion animals. Abusers are well aware of the bond between their victims and their pets, and they exploit that bond to frighten, control, manipulate, and even "punish" their human victims. A number of surveys bear the grim statistics. 



  • 00:30

    Baseball postseason; Week 5 in the NFL; Week 6 in college football

    in Sports

    Baseball postseason

    Rangers up 2-1
    Cubs and Cardinals tied at 1
    Mets and Dodgers tied at 1.

    Week 5 in the NFL

    'Skins fall to Falcons
    Raiders never get started on Broncos
    Bengals come back to beat Seahawks
    Browns shock Ravens
    Patriots punish Cowboys
    Bills come back to beat Titans
    Giants steal one from 49ers

    Week 6 in college football

    Pac-12 loaded
    ACC: the good and the bad
    Big 12 scoring machines
    Big 10 dominance
    HBCU action from Hampton and Grambling