• 00:31

    Blue Blossom and Spice Synthetic drugs: What are the consequences

    in Politics

    Suzanne Marcus Fletcher interviews Dr. Gerald Grosso, who holds a Doctorate in Psychology and is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist in the State of California, where he has worked for over 20 years assisting individuals and families struggling with issues such as addiction, depression, and trauma at all levels of psychiatric care. Dr. Grosso is currently the Clinical Director at Morningside Recovery, a premier addiction and mental health treatment center in Costa Mesa, California. 

    Together, they will be discussing the teen epidemic of synthetic and designer drugs called Spice/K2 and Blue Blossom (among others), which is being sold in smoke and head shops under illegal pretenses.  The drugs are often ingested by the use (and phenomenon) of E-Cigarrettes, which can easily be manipulated into drug paraphernalia.  These drugs can cause nausea, paranoia, panic attacks, depression, tremors, and palpitations.  Leading surveys show that one in nine 12th graders in America reported using synthetic drugs this past year, making them the most frequently used drug among high school students after marijuana.

    Join the conversation and learn more about the harm synthetic and designer drugs are doing to America's youth while be marketed as "legal" substances.







  • 01:58

    The Effects of Synthetic Drugs

    in Music

    We made it to see another day folks.  Today is Wednesday. MID WEEK MASSACRE DAY!!!  It’s your time to unwind with ya boy Terrra and Reese the Beast.  We got some good Independent music that we are playing today from Face, Too Tight and Jelly Roll.  Our Mass Massacre and 30 Massacre has been provided by DJ Unstable.  Today in news we will discuss why Professional Athletes are loosing all their money and why the state penalizes folks for doing good deeds. 
    Our main topic of today will be the effects of Synthetic Drugs.  You know, that bullshit weed you buy out the corner store so you can pass a drug test.  Bath salts, that shit that make you eat people.  There is a new drug out called 2C-I.  We will, in a MWM fashion, discuss this topic to the best of our ability.
    Get the Smart Phone App from blogtalkradio.com, call in on your phone (213)943-3498 or on your computer www.blogtalkradio.com/midweekmassacre.  You can also listen to our archive shows.  See what you’ve been missing.  Also, we have an ad coming in the Concrete Magazine.  Also, vote for Terrra & Reese the Beast as you favorite Radio Personality of The Year for Hip Hop In The Ville!!  Thank you for listening.

  • 01:03

    Seizure Disorders linked to Synthetic Drugs, Nutrition?

    in Health

      Dr Jubb talks about unprovoked seizures; when neurons in the brain start firing at once.  - a brain disorder or neurological disorder associated with nutrition, toxins? - What impacts a seizure and creates the environment for it to occur/ - What part of the brain effects this type of disorder? - How do synthetic drugs effect the brain and impact the firing of neurons? - Does dehydration, lack of minerals play a part?
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  • 00:31

    What You Should Know About "Molly" and Other Synthetic Drugs

    in Health

    The fastest-growing drug problem in the US is the synthetic drug market, which includes the popular party drug "Molly." The dangers of these drugs is that you're putting unknown chemicals into your body at unknown doses. The risk of overdose is exponentially higher than other drugs. And to make matters worse, the target audience of Molly and other similar drugs, is teens ages 12-17. In this candid episode, host Kathryn Zox interviews medical toxicologist Dr. Cathleen Clancy. Tune in as Dr. Clancy shares the details on Molly and how to know if your teenager is using.

    About Cathleen Clancy, MD

    Dr. Clancy graduated from Yale University in 1982 with a bachelor of science in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. She is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine. 

    She is currently an Assoc. Professor in the Dept. of Emergency Medicine at George Washington Univ. Medical Center and on Staff in the Emergency Dept. at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

    Dr. Clancy spent time with the National Capital Poison Center as a medical toxicologist.  She is currently the Assoc. Medical Director and the Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program Director. Her publications include the chapter, Electrocardiographic Principles and Techniques to evaluate the Poisoned or Overdosed Patient in Goldfrank’s Toxicologic Emergencies: 6th - 10th  editions. 


  • 01:07

    Synthetic Drugs and Children! Who is really raising our kids

    in News

    Dr Jubb talks about the use of synthetic drugs on children.  What are the behavioral aspects? what is the connection between children's behavior and what they eat? are synthetic drugs being used to compensate for nutritional choices? is there a connection between attention deficit and toxic food? What is the connection between obsessive behavior and brain and nuerological conditions? How does "I awareness" connect to neurology and brain function?   Call in to ask Dr Jubb any question on these topics and others. GUEST CALL-IN (858) 815-2300 or toll free GUEST CALL-IN (877) 904-1630   Email your questions to DrJubb@DrJubbRadio.com   Official Website http://DrJubbRadio.com/   Like Dr. Jubb Radio Facebook page here for updates! https://www.facebook.com/Dr.Jubb.Radio   Show Twitter https://twitter.com/DrJubbRadio   Online broadcast at 9pm EST. – 6pm PST - 5am GST (following day).

  • 02:02

    Congressman Danny Davis Considers Presenting New Policing for Police and Prisons

    in Women

     Our Blogtalk radio family has worked together to create two pieces of legislation, one concerning Police and the other concerning Prisons. Today Congressman Danny Davis of the 7th District will listen to these suggestions and guide us through the process of how these ideas can be presented to Congress made into laws. The proposed legislation is as follows:

    Prisons: 1) Remove the objective to keep these as profit making ventures. Change the objective to one of eventually closing them all, "going out of business." 2) Make the objective to restore to wholeness those who have committed offenses against others, not punishment or vengeance for their crime. 3) Release everyone who is not jailed for a violent offence. 4) Release everyone incarcerated for drug trafficking or using drugs in which no weapons or acts of violence were involved. 5) Allow those who are in jail because they cannot pay a bond to be immediately released, if jailed for a non-violent offense. 6) Provide psychological evaluations and counseling services for violent offenders serving time in prison. 7) Provide education for those incarcerated, if they do not have a high school diploma. 8) Provide vocational training for those who are inside, preparing them for when they will be released. 9) Allow those serving long time or life sentences to serve the community by talking to errant youth in a "scared straight" program. 10) Expunge all records after the person has served time and been released, and do not require any reference or admission of committing a felony on an job applications.


  • 01:14

    Episode 21: Matt / Since April 2014

    in Lifestyle

    Jeff and Chris welcome (back) their long-time friend from a stint in the wild. In Matt's story relapse is indeed a part of recovery.

    Legal drugs / How powerful synthetic drugs will upend drug markets globally / Washington Post

    DJ FM

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  • 01:58

    Uniformed murderers, Media Analysis, Holiday Hypnosis, and Conscious Development

    in News

    Tonight on Crush Radio, Professor Lett and Sirius J will discuss the Prozac chicken being consumed by the population, the recent events in New York City incluidng the murders committed by NYPD officers, and the conspicuous racial warfare happening right now. We are living in the midst of the New Civil Rights Movement. You heard it first here, on Crush Radio. 

    Crush Radio is brought to you by "The Knowledge Network".

    Prozac Chicken - What's in your food? The laws that prevent
    you from knowing, and how to know!
    Police Racism, Brutality, and Murders. - The excuses,
    problems, and solutions.
    Media Analysis - How to see through their illusions.

    Touching topics that you have never heard before.

  • 02:59

    SiGnOtHeTiMeS w Queen Tahiyrah Tonight's Audiobook Michelle Alexander NewJimCrow

    in Motivation

    The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness a book by Michelle Alexander a civil rights litigator and legal scholar, published in 2010(The New Press). The book deals with race-related and social, political, and legal phenomena in the United States and attempts to apply the term 'The New Jim Crow' to the situation of African Americans in the contemporary United States. The name derives from the original Jim Crow laws that prevailed in the states of the former Confederacy of the U.S. through the 1960s. This book was on The New York Times Best Seller List ten consecutive months, and philosopherCornel West has called it a "secular bible for a new social movement in early twenty-first-century America." In the book Alexander deals primarily with the issue of the current mass levels of incarceration in the United States (with 5%of the world's population, U.S. incarcerates 25%of the world's prisoners) and what she perceives as societal repression of AfricanAmerican men and, to a lesser degree, Latino men. She discusses the social consequences of various policies for people of color, as well as for the US population as a whole. According to Alexander, the majority of black men in large American cities are "warehoused in prisons," their labor no longer needed in the globalized economy. Alexander maintains that many young black men, once they are labeled as "felons," become trapped in a second-class status that they find difficult to escape. The conventional point of view holds that discrimination has mostly ended with the Civil rights movement reforms of 1960s. Alexander claims the U.S. criminal justice system uses the “War on Drugs” as a primary tool for enforcing traditional, as well as new, modes of discrimination and repression.

  • 02:00

    Super Dave Show - Should drugs be legalized? Guest Tony Kirk here to discuss it

    in Politics

    So should drugs be legalized?  Is it helping with this drug war?  Tony Kirk represents LEAP which stands for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.  You have to listen to this show!

    Changing lives every day of the week!

  • 01:42

    IronE Singleton (From THE WALKING DEAD and The Blind Side) on NFTS

    in Self Help

    LIVE ON NFTS - : IronE Singleton - Blindsided by the Walking Dead ... an inspirational biography about hope, triumph against the odds and inspired divine guidance along the way...

    IronE Singleton is best known to audiences as the menacing kingpin Alton in the Academy® Oscar Award-nominated film THE BLIND SIDE; the biggest box office grossing sports movie of all time. He is also known as the compassionate tough guy, T-Dog, in the Emmy, AFI & WGA Award winning, Golden Globe nominated tv show THE WALKING DEAD; one of basic cable's highest rated shows for viewership. IronE's unusual name depicts his life story, his ability to play strong, multidimensional characters and has made him a memorable actor in both film and television.On the streets of Atlanta, the fight to survive is a daily battle.  From the drug-infested corners of one of the city's worst housing projects, to alleyways filled with ravenous zombies-- Blindsided by the Walking Dead examines one man's battle to overcome the violence, drugs, and crime of the 'hood; starting with a young IronE Singleton determined to succeed despite an abusive mother, an absent father, and the temptations of instant gratification inherent with the thug life. Football and Faith in God become IronE's allies in his quest to escape and helped him reach for the lights of the University of Georgia's football field and theater stages. After years of struggle--failed businesses, small roles, and an ill-fated trip to Los Angeles--IronE snags his major breakthrough role, playing the kind of drug-dealing, gun-toting thug he would have become on the streets, in The Blind Side.

    FIND OUT MORE:  http://www.newsforthesoul.com

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