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Willie Mays Aikens' addiction to cocaine first landed him in jail when he played for the Kansas City Royals and, he believes, eventually blackballed him from the sport that he loved. On this episode of The QTI Power Hour the former KC Royals first basemen shares his story of baseball, drug addiction and the road to recovery, He discusses his book, "Safe at Home" with hosts Jason Loftin and Steve Kucharski.
Jason Lofton is President and CEO of QTI, a diversified player in all aspects of construction throughout the Midwest. To learn more about the hosts, go online: http://www.qti5.com
Tonight, on The Nadi: we'll look at funerals and death and the customs that have surrounded them. Do we, as a faith-based community, handle them accordingly? Then, we'll look at the rise of drugs within the community in lieu of the article in this month's issue of The Chaldean News: including the use of Heroin. More cases are coming out in the open, and it's becoming less taboo. What can be done to deal with this issue? Listeners are encouraged to call in at 347-857-3847. Tune in tonight from 9PM-11PM
Many people are aware of dangers of illegal drugs. We've all heard stories of drug overdoses and people losing everything because of their addiction to these dangerous narcotics. Unfortunately, many people don't realize that LEGAL drugs can be just as dangerous a the illegal ones! Yes they can be purchased at the local pharmacy, but they also have their risks!
A person can become addicted to some legal drugs as easily as they can illegal drugs. In my upcoming book The 3 Pillars of Strength: Increasing Your Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Fitness" I talk about this problem in great detail. Join me here on BlogTalk radio and lets discuss talk the dangers of legal drug addiction!
Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA, talks with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about wildlife trapping issues and the need for safe trails. A global leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation, Born Free USA launched www.bornfreeusa.org/safetrails in order to educate and warn the public -- especially outdoor enthusiasts -- about the dangers of hidden wildlife traps and how to keep their pets and family members safe. The new Safe Trails site contains information about the dangers of traps to companion animals and what people can do in emergencies, including how to release dogs from all types of traps. Watch for Born Free USA's Safe Trails feature in the upcoming April issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
This interview originally aired on March 15, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show!
What impact does drugs have on the Muslim communities and society at large. We will be discussing drug and drug abuse amongst the Islamic communities here in the U.S. and abroad and how does Muslim drug counselors deal with Muslim abusers as opposed to non-Muslim abusers. Tonight's special guest are Imam Nadim Ali(LTC) and Na'im Hassan(Social service supervisor and substance abuse counselor) who will enlighten our listeners about the disease of subtance abuse in sha Allah! So, tune in live to The Hard Truth as we broadcast live from Atlanta for the next 5 days In Sha ALLAH! Call in and speak to your host Muhammad Hard Truth Smith and our guest. 1 (855) 968-2756 #5
Willie Mays Aikens' addiction to cocaine first landed him in jail when he played for the Kansas City Royals and, he believes, eventually blackballed him from the sport that he loved. On this episode of The QTI Power Hour the former KC Royals first basemen shares his story of baseball, drug addiction and the road to recovery, He discusses his book, "Safe at Home" with hosts Jason Loftin and Steve Kucharski. Jason Lofton is President and CEO of QTI, a diversified player in all aspects of construction throughout the Midwest. To learn more about the hosts, go online: http://www.qti5.com
What was at the bottom of the Rabbit Hole I call making Hemp legal was not only painful for me to fully understand, and one I cant turn my back on.
Hemp the War on Drugs the understanding of everything going on it more wild that can be belived.
Lets try again, shall we far too many have died are in jail becuse of the idea of Hemp
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Continuing our coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) we are pleased to have Dr. Linda Lagemann as our guest this evening. We will also be discussing the recent passage of a bill in New Mexico to protect children from forced drugging and to prevent CPS from abducting a child from their home because parents refused to drug their child.
Dr. Linda Lagemann is a clinical psychologist with 25 years experience in the field. After observing that the “mental health” field had become dominated by psychiatric labels and drugs and was doing more harm than help, she closed her practice. She now devotes herself full-time to efforts to reform the field and inform people about the disability caused by psychiatric drugs, especially when given to children. She has been interviewed on radio stations across the country and internationally and has been featured in two documentaries.
Dr. Lagemann is a Commissioner for Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) (www.cchrint.org). She is also an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in the Department of Medicine (3-time recipient of the UCSF Annual Teaching Excellence Award).
More drugs, less crime and addiction? Dr. Michael Reznicek, author of Blowing Smoke: Rethinking the War on Drugs, thinks so. In his controversial book he argues that the country should return to a simpler a time, a time pre-Harrison Narcotics Tax Act of 1914, a time when everything was legal and you could order cocaine, heroin and opium from the Sears catalog, yet there was very little addiction and crime associated with it. He also argues that current drug laws are rooted in racism--with the government imposing stiffer penalties for some than others.
But have his views modified since Washington and Oregon legalized marijuana? And, does he think the legal market for marijuana can ever truly compete with the black market because of the excess taxation.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will be discussing the xenophobia that's happening in South Afrika; what xenophobia acutally is; how it affects all people of Afrikan descent and why Black nationality is so controversial in the USA . We will also discuss the "War On Drugs" aka The War On Black America. Join us.
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