SORT BY Relevancy
1- Track and Field
1A- The Oscar "Blade Runner" Pietrus trial has reached a verdict. Should he have gotten the murder charge? Did he get off lightly?
2A- NY Met rookie pitcher Jacob de Grom is he the real deal? Should he be the NL Rookie of the year?
3A- Mike Tyson goes off on a Toronto reporter after he mentions Mike's past as a convicted rapist. Was Mike wrong?
3B- Floyd Mayweather defeats Marcos Maidana for the 2nd time easily. Who should he face next?
4A- The Danny Ferry situation. Should he be fired?
5A- Should Roger Goodell be fired amid the turmoil of the Ray Rice situation and other issues within the NFL?
5B- Is Adrien Peterson a child abuser? Should he be suspended? Media heads say he should banned for life, should he?
5C- NFL roundup, NY Giants and Jets roundup.
Mrs. Naomi Ruth Barber King, wife of Rev. A.D. King, the brother of martyred Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said that after many years of being asked to record the unknown history of the King brothers in a book, at the age of 81, she finally decided to share her knowledge. Her book, "A.D. and M.L. King: Two Brothers Who Dared To Dream," is quickly becoming a highly sought after memoir as a new generation seeks to understand the motivation behind Dr. King's tactic of non-violent direct action in confronting southern racial hate. The family endured much in order to bring about the historic changes in America. The sacrifice of the King family is much more understood and appreciated through the work of Mrs. King, whose insight and honesty those memorable moments in history to life.
Join our two favorite middle aged professional wrestlers, Superbad Santana Starks and Max Holiday, as they once again grace the internet air waves with their brand of entertainment for HA! Radio.
Angry Mexican Rant, Results and stories from ARW in Lake Station, IN. A whole bunch of other stuff but NO DRAVEN!!!
POLITICAL ANIMALS---Pt. Some of the things not well publicized about South Africa
Racial Role Reversal in South Africa's current Judicial System--Black woman judge presides in a criminal case involving a white south african. Speculation--If Pistorious were black and the judge white --What would happen if this case occured 50 years ago?
Mahatma Ghandi started his legal career in South Africa
Sept 15th--Births-Deaths-Events relevant to US(a) John Mitchell Attorney General US caught up in the Watergate scandal
Bruno Walter aka Schlesinger Music Conductor-- audio excerpt
Carolyn Yeager discusses ancestry, race, intelligence, the value and wisdom of "breeding true" versus the created lure of the foreign and exotic. Have we been tricked into a foolish fear that we are "boring" and would benefit from adding that which is "new and different?" Yes, we have, and it's all marketing. This show will refer to NSDAP racial policy.
"...to narrowly define Hip-Hop as an oppositional or an art that inherently resist racism or oppression is an oversimplification. The art not only resist the overarching themes of racial discrimination inherent in America popular culture, but it also affirms the racial status quo while simultaneously offering alternative perspectives. Fundamentally, Hip-Hop is a varied, complex art form with plenty of room for expression along various ideological lines..." Jeffery O.G. Ogbar, Ph.D "Hip Hop Revolution: The Culture and Politics of Rap"
Dr. Ogbar return to "The FX" for a continued discussion on "The Influence of Hip-Hop," due to the overwhelming responses of Part 1 (aired 9/8/14). Be sure to tune in Monday at 7/8p (ct/et) for another great series of dialogue from the GreenHouse FX Radio Show, only on blogtalkradio.com.
Based out of the Chicagoland area, we celebrate the artistry that exist in Chicago. In addition to discussing topics that are relevant to our society.
In a recent article by the Christian Science Monitor, one young man named Anthony Pruitt walked up to the Missouri State Highway Patrol in the midst of the protests saying.. “We hurt, we broken, and we ain’t all criminals,” Mr. Pruit said. He then pulled down his bandanna to show his face, which was by then streaked with tears. “How can y’all fix this?” One difficult question you might ask, however it is one that needs to be addressed. Of course the portests and riots were a direct result of and unarmed 18 year old young black man named Michael Brown being shot several times by a white officer named Darren Wilson. Every since then it has created racial tensions, the resurface of questionable tactics by law enforcement, and including the constant search for answers as to why these type of incidents continue to plague our communities. What as a community can we truly do to combat these travesties? What can we teach our young men about how to avoid these situations? Join another edition of Open Treasures as we attempt to tackle the question...What do we do next?
Monday is your day. This is the day dedicated to you. You set the agenda; we talk about anything you want to talk about.
Get updates on weekend political happenings and what to expect for the week ahead in the world of politics. We also take a look other issues, wacky news, and whatever you wish to discuss.
2014 Elections, Obama, President Hillary (Queeny), SC Primary Elections, US Senate, Congress, Terrorists, nothing protected, ignored or taboo on Manic Monday.
Bring it on!
Join my Monday co-host Susan Minck and me as we try to serious and respectful on Monday. It's hard to do, but we try (half-way).
Since the Ferguson, Missouri uprising over the killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown, hoards of stories have surfaced exposing the wrongful killing and incarceration of African American males across America, in many large urban areas but quite oftn in small towns where an oppressive racial climate still exists despite Civil Rights legislation and an African American president in the White House. A horror story of total disregard for the law has emerged from Putnam County Georgia, where police appear to have conspired with lawyers an judges to imprison African American teen Damiean Wicks for shooting Rontavious Crawford, even though Rontavious pointed out the white man Phillip Calloway as the guilty party. Phillip Calloway, identified in court by the victim as the culprit, verified as being at the scene of the crime by cell phone tracking evidence, admitted to irratic behavior due to drug use. He was merely sent to rehab, while Damiean Wicks, dismissed by the victim Rontavious Crawford as being innocent and proved nowhere near the scene of the crime by cell phone tracking evidence, was nevertheless convicted as guilty imprisoned. His grandmother, Judy Farley, has launched a campaign to free her grandson Damiean and is calling for intervention by the U.S. Justice Department in this small town of Eatonton Georgia where whites in authority have seemingly tossed justice to the wind while they jail and kill blacks at whim. Today's guest, Judy Farley tells her incredible story. What happens when law enforcement officers and the courts in a city are all corrupt? How can citizens get justice? What would make the Federal government intervene? Will it take another riot?
Listeners are welcome to call in and speak their mind. This time we hear from Urban Jungle Girl, Wolf Wallstreet, Tinfoil Mike, Norman, & Rob.
Hate is just as Natural as Love. It is NATURAL for you to Hate that which threatens what or whom you love. Nurture Your Hate.