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Three years ago, the Affordable Care Act was passed by both houses and signed into law. Since then the Republicans have been fighting it every chance they got. But with the pervasive website problems and "broken promises", have they finally found their best shot at killing this law & possibly win enough seats in 2014 to take both houses? Or will the administration work through these issues and prove that the ACA is and will be effective in doing what they set out to do for the American people.
The Renisha McBride Case:
On November 2, 19 year-old Renisha McBride (a black female) was shot in the face and killed. The shooter was the 54 year old home owner (a white male), who claimed that he believed that McBride was an intruder attempting to break into his home. In fact, the young woman had gone to other neighboring houses prior to his, and it's believed she was doing so in attempt to get help following a single-car accident she had been involved in. How much of a role did race play into his "fear"? And is it reasonable for a person to shoot at anyone or anything that goes bump in the night?
Afro State of Mind Radio by Lurie Daniel Favors provides a critical analysis of issues and current events impacting the Black community. Lurie is an attorney, speaker & the author of Afro State of Mind: Memories of a Nappy Headed Black Girl, a story that uses one girl's experience with hair and colorism to explore race, history and identity.
This week's episode reviews the recent tragedies involving the deaths of Renisha McBride and Jonathan Ferrell. Both McBride and Ferrell were Black young adults who were gunned down as they sought help. When the shooter is White and the victim is an innocent Black person, what does it mean to have unreasonable doubt?
While Detroit made national news for an awful, horrendous mass shooting at an east side barber shop that left 3 people dead, the city was already dealing with another murder. Renisha McBride was fatally shot early Saturday morning November 2nd. The homeowner says that he accidentally shot the 19 year old woman as she asked for help. No arrest has been made and the community is outraged. Is this another case like Trayvon Martin? Call in this Tuesday at 8pm and comment on the HOT TOPIC : "Was Renisha McBride's Death Accidental or Racial profiling?" Call 760.283.4647 @ 8pm or click www.eblockradio.com
Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show. This morning, we will be talking about the following topics:
SEGMENT 1: HERE WE GO AGAIN?
President Obama ordered airstrikes in Iraq to protect US Citizens and religious minorities trapped in Iraq. Obama says that there is no time table for this military action. Is this a good idea?
SEGMENT 2: FINALLY!
Theodore Wayne was convicted of second degree murder in the shooting of Renisha McBride. Wayne and defense team were surprised by the verdict. We will discuss the verdict.
SEGMENT 3: GOOD OR BAD PARENTING!
A father decided that he was going to teach his son a lesson for acting up in school by shaving his head to look like the famous character “George Jefferson” from the 70’s hit TV show “The Jeffersons”. Question: Good or Bad parenting?
Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show. We be discussing the following topics this moring:
1ST SEGMENT: KENNEDY ASSASSINATION:
Shortly after noon on November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas. Why are americans still fascinated with his death 50 years later?
2ND SEGMENT: I'M SORRY:
Facing open revolt from members of his own party over the disastrous roll-out of his signature health care law, President Barack Obama apologized to congressional Democrats Thursday for “letting them down
3RD SEGMENT: MURDERED:
Theodore Paul Wafer, a Detroit-area man, was charged with murder Friday in the shooting death of 19-year-old Renisha McBride on his porch. Racially motivated?
Reisha McBride was shot and killed by Theodore Wafer, after Renisha wrecked her car, and knocked on Wafer's door, early one morning. The defenses opening statements were made on July 24h.
Will this man get away with murder ?
Listen to Victor Morrow give his take on the trial.
Was Theodore Wafer justified in killing Renisha Mcbride.
Is race a factor in why the teenager was gun down in the middle of the night.
What about stand your ground, was Mr. Wafer defending himself from eminent danger?
Have we just witness another Trayvon Martin murder?
Mind of Mansion Radio Episode 190: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion walks through his favorite free agent adds for week 11.
NEWS: It's time to drop Peyton Manning.
Danny Amendola is more Welker than Edelman and that is a good thing.
Brock Osweiler is not actually a great streaming option vs. Chicago.
John Elway is bad at drafting skill players.
Bill O'Brien needs to go back and watch some Jonathan Grimes week 17, 2013 game tape.
Did you know Ameer Abdullah has lost 1 fumble all year?
Jumping back on the Leonard Hankerson hype train.
Stashing Tre McBride and DeAndre Smelter in dynasty leagues.
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Kathleen (Kate) McBride, AIFA® joins me on the show today. We will discuss CEFEX Certficiation what it is, how to obtain it and how it can help a 401k Advisory Practice grow and retain retirement plan clients. Kate is the founder of Fiduciary Path, LLC, a CEFEX Analyst holds the Chair For the Committee for Fiduciary Standard.
To learn more about CEFEX Certification contact Kate here on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathleen-mcbride-aifa®-ba739214
This week's episode of Madness & Reality Radio:
Sarah Palin compares the national debt to slavery; President Barack Obama changes rules of the Affordable Care Act allowing consumers to keep their "junk" health insurance policies; and we speak about the latest development in the ongoing effort for justice for Renisha McBride, the 19-year-old African-American woman shot and killed by a Detroit homeowner while allegedly seeking help after a car wreck.
When we last spoke to the inside/out beautiful Romain Collin, he was immersed in another project. That's the correct term: immersed. When listening to the way he offers music, there is the distinct feeling that Romain had nothing else on his mind but living the chords he was playing. You can almost see him: eyes closed, smiling at memories - or hope from an anticipated time, savoring the life captured in five minutes worth of piano resuscitation.
Our guest just celebrated his birthday. He's young - not yet 40 - but Romain has lived much longer than that. The echoes of other times linger in his songs. Beautifully scary. Right on time for Halloween :) We'll have to ask if that event is celebrated in France, the country of his birth. What the French celebrate for SURE: education. And a beloved transplant knows all about that. At Berklee first (scholarship), he was then accepted at the Monk Institute (another scholarship!). During that time, he was fortunate to be able to tour with two key legends who oversee admissions into the school: Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. He also studied with Ron Carter, Charlie Haden and Mulgrew Miller.
2008 saw his debut "stick" with Jazz critics. "The Rise and Fall of Pipokuhn" created a reverberation throughout the community - and Romain was invited to join the esteemed Marian McPartland on her popular "Jazz Piano" radio show. In 2012, this "visionary" (NPR) joined us on the show to tell us about "The Calling" - which resulted in more praise from those who don't tend to do so. Orchestral film scoring - and playing with Christian McBride and Lauryn Hill (among others) - kept him busy every single day. But his eye was on a third album - and here it is. Join us for a discussion of "Press Enter!" 10/29 :)
In light of the most recent video of the teen who was abused by an on campus police officer, It has me prompted me to ask for solutions to the apparent problems that we have. What are your thoughts on how to stop it? Is it possible to be stopped? Have we just conceded that this is what it's gonna be, this is gonna be the relationship of police and people of color? There are countless videos, stories etc about the injustice, excessive force, wrongful killings/beatings of civilians of color. We need to know why these things happen, and how to resolve them.
It's imperative that our children speak about their experiences with police, how they view police, do they feel protected etc. Parents, we need the children to tune in tonight, and voice their thoughts about this issue, as well. Police officers, law enforcement officials, parents, community organizers, educators etc we wanna hear from you. There is an epidemic going on, and it needs to be handled.
Tune in from 9pm-11pm est, to Darryel's Daily Dialogue...."where positive words, manifest positive action."
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