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Dr. Katrina D. Thompson will discuss the origins of American entertainment from her book Ring Shout, Wheel About: The Racial Politics of Music and Dance in North American Slavery.
Erik Rush is a columnist and author of sociopolitical fare. His latest book is "Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal - America's Racial Obsession." In 2007, he was the first to give national attention to the story of Sen. Barack Obama's ties to militant Chicago preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright, initiating a media feeding frenzy. Erik has appeared on Fox News' "Hannity and Colmes," CNN, and is a veteran of numerous radio appearances. His weekly column can be found at www.WND.com (WorldNetDaily), the largest independent Internet news service in the U.S.
We are going to talk about Racial Politics in America including those that practice it: Barack Obama, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and others..
Tonight is our first show covering racial politics in America from the Revolution to today. Tonight a broad overview then later shows will be more specific...
Here at the Underground Professor Community College we are covering Freedom Studies 101.
We will discuss Historical events relating to our Founding and apply these lessons to current political events.
Each episode will usually cover a book of interest (required text book) :-)
Hillary Clinton is in the race !!!
And...quietly Obamacare is becoming far MORE successful than even Democrats imagined.
Sports, Race, Culture and Politics w Vino Guide S1 Episode 8
Many of my friends have been speaking to me about the police brutality and the racial issues it brings up. This week I will be discussing how we alienate people of good will and what people of good will need to know to help as a respectful partner.
Meet me here (646-716-5171) Wednesday, April 15th. Tax Day in the US.
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Well, as long anticipated, "Queen" Hillary has thrown her hat in the 2016 presidential race.
Denied in 2008, from what she saw as her entitlement, Clinton will try to make history, by becoming the first woman president of the United States.
Anyone who saw or heard of her video-launch, cannot deny the extent of her agenda, which clearly is diametrically opposed to the Law and dictates of God.
It will be interesting to see if other democrats can overcome the intimidation and badgering, and themselves, enter the race; we already see on the GOP side, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and Chris Christie, who've either officially announced or strongly hinted at running.
But back to Hillary, for certain, she will be forced (if the liberal press is not successful in running interference for her) to finally and honestly address Benghazi and the e-mail scandal.
It will also be interesting to see if the black community demonstrates the same type of religious-like devotion to Mrs. Clinton, as they did and do, with Barack Obama.
While those who profess adherence to scripturally-inspired religion, finally assess the issues discussed, through the Books they follow?
Will we once again, be inundated with proclamations of her being "blessed" or "sent"?
Will we once again, be subject to numerous "explanations" and rationalizations as to what was, is and will be expressed by Clinton; that somehow, "she really didn't mean what she said"?
In other words, will the people assess, dissect, reflect and analyze the statements, positions and opinions, obvious or subtle, in 2016, unlike 2008?
To some, many, the above commentary is strongly worded and stinging, but others will see their necessity, in this critical day and time.
Host Dr. Rev. Rodney Sadler discusses Politics of Faith including progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, history, society, social change, community action, community organization, and more!
Rev. Sadler speaks with Joel Segal, former Senior Legislator Aide for Rep. John Conyers. Part of the discussion will center on the need to form a progressive alliance.
Discussion of news/politics/culture from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff, who is regularly joined by cartoonist Bosch Fawstin.
Tonight we'll discuss, among other topics, Ted Cruz's views on philosopher John Rawls, Legalizing Marijuana, and the Right to Gay Marriage. See Program Notes at Amy's blog for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.