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Authoress Tonya Wilson of “The Time Is Now” sheds light On Issues Of Addictions, Recovery & Deliverance. Sunday, December 28, 2014 @ 7:00 PM EST and 6:00 PM CST. If You Need Inspiration, Answers, or Support, The Time Is Now! Her Guest Panelist This week is, WAYNE BRADBURY....Wayne Bradbury is a single dad who went from struggling with drug addiction and homelessness, to inspiring and encouraging others along their journey of recovery.. Join us as he shares his own story of addiction and recovery. The call in number for the show is 1-347-884-8924 You can also listen and chat with us on your computer at this link> http://tobtr.com/s/7145165
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Join Dan and I as we discuss the issues of the day! From a perspective of time and experience, "Saturday Symposium w/ Dan Wilson" weighs in with those who have "Been There and Done That". Join us to discuss Faith, Politics, Current Events and the current direction this country is facing. Join us as we explore living history and learn from past experiences. We will take callers
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Today's show will recap 2014! What was your most celebrated moments this year? Your worst? Where is the damn Malaysia Airlines Flight #370? Was Ebola a distraction? Or was Ferguson? Was the ALS challenge a gimmick? Talk to us!
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Are some in the black community playing the blame game when in fact we should be blaming ourselves.
Ferguson and Staten Island incidents prove racism. Brown was far from a model citizen. He pilfered cigars from a convenience store and then bullied the proprietor when he tried to stop him. Then, he and a friend walked down the middle of the street, a stupid and dangerous practice. Officer Wilson asked him to use the sidewalk because of the situation, not because Brown was trolling innocently along while being black as the media would have one believe. Instead of complying, Brown escalated the situation by back-talking. I agree the number of shots fired sounds excessive, but a grand jury after reviewing all the evidence found otherwise. Staten Island, There was excessive force, was not a racial thing either as the victim’s own daughter so stated. Why do we want to make every cop-suspect into a racial event? There is a target on every young black man’s back indeed! Maybe if we didn’t commit crimes out of proportion to other people in society, the police wouldn’t view us with such suspicion. Why don’t we own the fact that some of us need to change our behavior in order to gain respect. Racism does exist but so does the lack of respect for our representation in public.
This story was written on the internet. I thought it pointed out some problems we have in our community. So I took it and made it into how I felt it should have been written. So here is the link to the oringnal story. http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/article/20141217/Opinion/141216655/?Start=2#sthash.z6EKlKEK.dpuf
The Choir Boyz is comprised of five distinct vocal gifts, all having their roots as Baltimore natives. Randy Roberts, Derek Owens, Martin “Marty” Wilson, Darrell Holmes and Richard Yerby make up this gospel-soul quintet, and are an amalgamation of street life and God’s grace. Each one with a story behind his voice, has tasted life’s trials and worldly triumphs, but ultimately found redemption in the hands of God. Their history together spans over 20 years, and their unwavering belief in and commitment to God has culminated into the powerful quintet that is the Choir Boyz!
Each member of the Choir Boyz is a gifted musician in his own right, which serves only to enhance the total Choir Boyz experience. They have shared the stage with other musical giants such as Mary Mary, Donnie McClurkin and Kirk Franklin – just to name a few. Most of the group’s members got their start in the R&B arena before moving to gospel. Since that time, these godly soldiers have committed to writing and recording original compositions that bring hope to the masses through heartfelt lyrics based on true life experiences.
The Choir Boyz’ musical library consists of their freshman release “Ordered Steps”, followed by the sophomore smash, “This Time”. “Sing unto the Lord” marked their junior release in 2006. After a brief hiatus, the group came together with a fresh, new sound. Their recently released comeback single, “The Devil is a Liar” has been received by their fans with a thunderous WOW!
With a sound uniquely their own, The Choir Boyz convey the message of the gospel that is palatable to any listener. With their current project in the works, the Choir Boyz are showing no signs of stopping.
Eric Balkman and Dave Gerczak talk about where Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles should be selected in drafts next year as well as discuss some NFL Draft prospects they are excited about for dynasty drafts. The hosts are also joined by Greg Wilson, the runner-up in the 2014 Footballguys Players Championship. He tells Balky and Dave about why he drafted Arian Foster early this season and whether he'd do it again in 2015. Plus, the guys answer your calls, emails, tweets and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
Yes another black life has been lost at the hands of a white police officer in Berkeley Missouri. There is a difference in circumstances between the two cases that seemly are only miles apart. In Ferguson Michael Brown lost his life as a result of shoplifting and assault case which eventually lead to his death by Officer Darren Wilson. In contrast the suspect, who has not been named approached a Berkeley police officer with a weapon in his hand pointing it at the officer, who has not been named yet. the officer backed away and fired several times killing the armed suspect. Crime does not pay if you're armed or not. But the overall outrage in terms of what's happening in this country as a whole still lingers. What makes Berkeley different is that there is store video that backs up the justifiable use of force, where in Ferguson, there was no video of the incident.
JT Live will discuss the 2014 hottest topics in sports. From the Ray Rice domestic abuse to the Adrian Peterson child abuse scandal. Also, Lebron James bolts back to the Cleveland Cavaliers after losing to the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals. LA Clippers owner Doanld Sterling racist remarks. Plus, Derek Jeter retires after 20 season as a New York Yankee and the Seattle Seahawks win Super Bowl 48 with quarterback Russell Wilson. You don't want to miss this show. #LebronJames #RayRice #NFL #JTLIVESPORTS
Chad Wilson talks the latest in topics on the high school, college and pro football gridiron including:
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It is purely by accident that today's first didcussion will be on politicians and ethics will be follwed with SC Attorney General ALan Wilson. Two totally different topics.
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One would think if someone is an elected official who is responsible to enforce existing laws and is a contributing creator of new laws that person would be an ethical individual. Too many times we find that Law Makers (politicians) + Ethics proves to be an oxymoron. Why is it so difficult for these people to be ethical, law abiding individuals? They expect everyone else to be law abiding citizens. They insist everyone else to be ethical. Confusing isn't it?
SC Attorney General Alan WIlson will be joining us during the second half of the morning show. General Wilson has the achieved the reputation of being one of the country's best States Attorneys. As he battles Federal Overreach to protect State's Rights, Political (public) Corruption, Illegal Alien Issues, Human Trafficking and Online Safety Alan Wilson has proven himself to be "THe People's Attorney".
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