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Why New American State? Because the current state of America.is not working. Mon-Fri 8-10 pm eastern
Our country is going through transformations not seen since the Industrial Revolution. America is transforming because it HAS TO. The current state of our nation, politically and economically, is unsustainable. Change is the only certainty. I am a part of that change. If you live in the United States, consciously or unconsciously, YOU are a part of that change too. As we go through these changes together, we will be the ones redefining the state of America, the new American state. These are extraordinary times.
Welcome to the show! On today's show, I'll discuss the further revelations in the case of Officer Darren Wilson and I'll also cover events taking place in Furgeson MO. The U.S. Attorney General's office has become involved and is conducting their own investigation as well as autopsy. Eric Holder has released a number of statements asking that the residents of Furgeson peacefully protest while the investigation continues. The Media's interference with the investigation makes it difficult for law enforcement to conduct a proper investigation in the respect that news stories could possibly taint witnesses testimony.
The medical examination of Darren Wilson shows that Wilson did in fact receive serious bodily injury at the hands of Michael Brown just moments before Wilson shot and killed Brown. Wilson was found to have a fractured eye socket from punches delivered by Brown. This physical evidence also seems to further corroborate Darren Wilson's version of events.
What's happening in Ferguson MO is important to the country and this show, because it is an example of how national tragedy or national influence is used to change or alter laws. Already there is talk of mandating that all law enforcement officers be required to use body cameras. Civil rights laws are being reviewed and could change as a result of the investigation. However, the results of this case may not matter so far as laws being changed go since all it takes is political pressure which is often stirred up by inaccurate media reports.
I've spoken before on how laws are changed, and the mechanism for how they are changed. Laws are changed through political pressure that is put onto the legislative body of a government. Even though the U.S. is not a democracy, it's the loudest voices and the largest money that get the ear of the government so far as to change or create new laws.
Please enjoy the show! -Adam
Ballot Measure 1, a proposed repeal of Gov. Sean Parnell’s Senate Bill 21 passed by the state Legislature last year, occupied an entire side of Tuesday’s primary ballots. Interest in the topic, which backers say could cost the state billions in tax revenue Initial returns, which took a big jump as of 11:30 p.m. with about 67 percent of precincts reporting, showed Ballot Measure 1 behind by a margin of 3,360 votes with 63,239 no votes to 59,879 yes votes.
Dan Sullivan is a head of Joe Miller by 5,000 votes with about 67% of the Precincts Reporting.
Shutoff: Detroit's Water War
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This show's title pretty much explains tonight's content. Janella's taking a nap so hopefully she's not grumpy. She really is mean to Krystal. Krystal is so nice.
Look, real talk? We're gonna cover some controversial shit. White on Black crime and Black on White crime. Why is one covered so differently than the other in the media?
I’ll Take a Medium, Please… Did you think I meant french fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just purchased a new T-shirt at a local clothing store. Media is the plural of Medium.
We get our information and entertainment from media. We learn all kinds of things about our world. Media messages inform, entertain and can even persuade us. The common thread of media messages is that they INFLUENCE us.
Young Media Critics examine the definition and share examples of "What is medium"? Join Young Media Critics on Tuesday, 5 p.m. (EST) in the U.S.
The rotating cast of characters joins you tonight.
We'll talk about the latest nonsense surrounding Ferguson (sorry, it's the news of the day)
Rick Perry decides to turn himself in
Gawker attacks a woman who captured her burglar. We discuss
And our review of WWE SummerSlam
This basketball show features coaches who have teams in the southern region of the NWAACC, one of the great community college basketball leagues in the entire country, also having east, west and north regions that encompass the great state of Washington and Oregon.
NWAACC basketball is as exciting as it gets and the after pre-league games in November and December, most league games in the southern region take place on Wednesday and Saturdays, with a few Mondays sprinkled in.
This show is hosted by veteran media personality Greg Crawford, who is the college basketball inside for CSNNW.com and Comcast SportsNet.