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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Israel arrests three Jewish suspects that killed a Palestinian teen.
* Muslims in Iraq are raping Christian women as part of the spoils of war?
* The IRS is forced to pay $50,000 to a Christian ministry.
Amy Beth welcomes fellow mystery author Steve Shrott for a creative convversation. Steve discuses his debut novel, Audition For Death and his career as an author and "Comedy Writer to the Stars." Let's see if he'll tell us the joke that found its way into the Smithsonian!
And we pay tribute to Gerry Goffin, Rock 'n' Roll Hall f fame lyricist. His string of hit songs, performed by a slew of artists, fill America's early pop songbook,
And the usuals: Free-flow pop Culture convo, Inspiation to Action shout-outs, music & more!
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This week we take a look at V3's Nashville card and maybe do some fight picks to kick off the show! Grady Hurley drops by to talk about his fight this weekend in his hometown of Tupelo, MS for Summit Fighting Championships. This is the first time in approximately five years an MMA promotion has brought fights to Tupelo! Brian White is on the show to discuss his fight on the same Tupelo, MS card against MMA veteran Jason Anderson. Jason makes his second trip to Mississippi in two weeks to fight for the SFC against top local competitors! I'm sure we will hear from the Usual Suspects AKA Michael Lancaster, Ben Parrish and probably a few more! Remember, Ben has a Light Heavyweight Title fight this weekend on the Tupelo card! Matt Weibel returns as co-host this week!!! Tune In, Call In, TALK!!!!!!
This week sees the full time return of Shinobi and he joins Mazza and Maverick. The guys discuss the latest goings on in wrestling and address some of the questions on the road to SummerSlam such as:
- Can the Hollyowod gimmick ressurect Miz's career?
- What will happen with the "Nation of Domination '14" group?
- How good can the Steph vs Brie feud be?
They will also look at the usual suspects including Brock vs Cena and Ambrose vs Rollins. And the group finish off this week by discussing the legacy that CM Punk has left behind on WWE.
In early April, 52 year old Steve Utash suffered a brutal beating at the hand of as many as 11 or more people, after he stopped to help an 10 year old boy that darted out into traffic and was struck by his truck. The 10 year old suffered a broken foot, needed a few stitches and is expected to make a full recovery. Mr. Utash was hospitalized for more than six weeks, part of which time was spent in critical condition and being placed into a medically induced coma for 10 days. Currently, Mr. Utash still suffers from brain injuries that prevent him from driving to work or make financial decisions on his own. So far, five suspects have been convicted for their part in the beating. One of the assailants, 19 year old Latrez Cummings, stated that not having a father present in his life was a major factor contributing to his bad decision making skills. The Judge’s response, “…someone to discipline you. Someone to beat the hell out of you when you made a mistake, as opposed to allowing you or encouraging you to do it to somebody else.” led to a heated exchange with the assistant prosecutor. She argued that there are numerous households headed by single mothers with young black male children and not having a father present is no excuse for this type of behavior. The exchange between the judge and assistant prosecutor raises the question. Does having a father present make a difference in a young man’s life or is there more to it than just having a daddy that will “beat the hell out you when you make a mistake?” Join us, as we search the Holy Bible for answers to this question and more.
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David Kuhn, PhD and renonowned autism expert Catherine Lord, PhD will discuss
What are the critical developmental milestones that children should meet before the age of 18 months?
Failure to meet which of these milestones would be a "red flag" for seeking professional help?
What does autism look like in a toddler?
If a parent suspects that their child is experiencing a developmental delay or autistic-like symptoms, who should he/she contact first?
Who is qualified to access autism, and what should a parent expect from the process?
If my child is diagnosed with autism, what types of services will they need?
For information on the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain at NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester Division
Please call Tel.: (914) 997-5848 or go to http://nyp.org/services/cadb-patient-family-care.html
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Chris Bosh stays in Miami while screwing over Houston, Lebron Lebron Lebron, is he now the most loved person in sports? We talk legacy and what this means to his and what it does for the NBA. Is Kobe left out in the cold? Pau to Chicago? Then we have some football to talk about, forget Manziel, lets Talk Manning, Brady, Brees you know the real quarterbacks in the league!! Of course we do it our way with a DMAF, Weird News and the usual suspects
Rape culture is a phrase used to describe a culture in which rape is pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender, sex, and sexuality.Examples of behaviors commonly associated with rape culture include victim blaming, sexual objectification, trivializing rape, denial of widespread rape, or refusing to acknowledge the harm of certain forms of sexual violence that do not conform to certain stereotypes of stranger or violent rape.
Most of us have heard about the 16 year old girl named Jada that spoke out about her rape. She was drugged and sexually assaulted at a house party. She didn't know it happened until pictures and video surfaced on social media. There was one person that admitted his involvement to the alleged rape from his social media post. We decided with this information that he had to be exposed but that was met with anger and even threats. The people was laughing at this young girl but got upset when one of the people involved got his twitter and facebook shutdown. Houston Police claim they have strong leads but they are dragging their feet to arrest the suspects.
The most important part of resolving a problem is addressing the most imminent threat in the problem. Domestic violence is a problem with many sub-factors of damage, but the first problem is usually to put out the abuser's fire and get the victims to safety before we can begin the road to healing. Abusers ALWAYS have a story behind their role...they came from an abusive childhood where they either observed or were victims of abuse themselves, they were bullied without support, etc. For African-AMericans, not only are the usual suspects of factors play a part, but many more unique additions to the pool come into play. Join me tonight at 10:30 pm EST to address the problems behind the abusers, and discuss solutions. Call in at 347-327-9967 to join the discussion.
Gerry Goldstein is among the most respected criminal defense attorneys in the USA and has represented clients in many high-profile cases. In 1974, he defended a San Antonio theater operator charged with showing the film “Deep Throat”, a conviction he had reversed in Dexter v. Butler. He has helmed the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the NACDL. He is an outspoken critic of mandatory sentencing laws, officers who beat inmates or suspects, and what he calls the “warehousing of young African American males.” He fought for the exoneration of Michael Morton, who steadfastly proclaimed his innocence and was finally exonerated in 2011, leading to the disbarment, conviction, and imprisonment of Ken Anderson, who had prosecuted that case over 25 years before and since become a judge.
Robert Pickett has a different take on "independence." He was leaving a friend's house when officers received a burglary call describing two black men in Inglewood, and in responding, collided with, and killed, a girl crossing the street. When an officer arrived at the scene, he shot Mr. Pickett 9 times (his colleague, Darryl Lewis, was shot six times). The witnesses did not ID Mr. Pickett or Mr. Lewis. Still, they were charged, and held in Men’s Central Jail for 32 months while consistently proclaiming their innocence. A jury quickly acquitted them at trial. This year, Mr. Pickett will celebrate his independence with those he loves.
We ran out of time on Part 1. Grady Abrams called in to refute what Alan Tanner said about his recollection of the events surrounding Carol Greggs' murder. If you missed part one, the link is still up. We will pick up where we left off with Alan Tanner.
One of the most gut churning feelings for those who have lost loved ones in death, is the feeling that their killer never faced justice for the murder. Such is the case with the loved ones of Carol Greggs. Carol's body was discovered in her apartment strangled to death, by her friend Grady Abrams, on June 17th, 1973. Grady says whoever committed the crime, wanted it to look like he had done it. Instead of casting a wide net looking for all possible suspects, the focus was put on Grady. Grady feels that the investigation into Carol's death, was nothing more than a veiled cover to pin the murder on him. Grady admits that Carol and himself parted on bad terms, and the letters found at the murder scene bore that out, but he says he's innocent.
My guest for the program, Alan Tanner, has another opinion on Grady's involvement in the murder. Alan says that he can prove that Grady is lying about his story. Alan has been investigating the murder of Carol, and even went to visit her family in south Georgia. We will examine the facts of this unsolved murder and see if we can get help from the Augusta community in order to help solve this murder. Carol was in the same profession that I am in, education. It's hard to believe, that a person that committed their life to helping young people cannot get more support in the community. She worked at Paine College and made many friends and connections there. Please help to spread the word and if you have any info on this murder, contact me, Alan Tanner, Grady Abrams, or the sheriff's office.
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