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  • 'The History of Policing in the United States - Part II' 9/19/ 2015

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    Join 'Missing Pages Of History' today, Satl, September 19, 2015  at 1:00 PM EST. We will discuss the following topic: 'The History of Policing in the United States - Part 2' Join us by dialilng in at (818) 337-0016 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc

  • 00:18

    The History of Central Banking in the United States

    in News

    Justin talks about the history of central banking in the United States. All of the previous central banks have ended in failure and a massive devaluation of the currency. Will the Federal Reserve experience a similar fate?

  • 00:31

    Social Justice in United States of America: Part 2

    in Current Events

    Social justice imposes on each of us a personal responsibility to work with others to design and continually perfect personal and social development. The term "social justice" was seen by the U.N. "as a substitute for the protection of human rights [and] first appeared in United Nations texts during the second half of the 1960s. At the initiative of the Soviet Union, and with the support of developing countries, the term was used in the Declaration on Social Progress and Development, adopted in 1969.

    The Quran contains numerous references to elements of social justice. Charity and assistance to the poor – concepts central to social justice – are and have historically been important parts of the Islamic faith. The notion of social justice first surfaced in Western thought and political language in the wake of the industrial revolution and the parallel development of the socialist doctrine. It emerged as an expression of protest against what was perceived as the capitalist exploitation of labor and as a focal point for the development of measures to improve the human condition.

    Many authors criticize the idea that there exists an objective standard of social justice.Some people accept some of the basic principles of social justice, such as the idea that all human beings have a basic level of value, but disagree with the tenet that all people are equally entitled to the respect of their fellowmen.Some scholars reject the very idea of social justice as meaningless, religious, self-contradictory, and ideological, believing that to realize any degree of social justice is unfeasible, and that the attempt to do so must destroy all liberty. 

  • 01:44

    ISIS and the Infiltration of the United States

    in Politics Conservative

    Folks, we've all heard about ISIS and their threats against the United States of America, it's citizens and to our way of life and Western Civilization.  To them and to other Radical Muslim groups, we are the 'Infidels', worthy of nothing less than death if we do not submit and convert to Islam. 

    Recent widespread and credible news stories speak volumes toward the lengths that this radical, murdering group will go to 'assimilate' ANYONE who does not submit to the 'Will of Allah'.

    We have two VERY SPECIAL GUEST HOSTS this evening to discuss this very real threat against the United States and our citizens.  One of those guests is none other than Sheriff Gary Painter of Midland County, Texas, who has been the focus of numerous news stories because of his firm dedication to the safety of American Citizens.  Sheriff Gary Painter has been quoted as saying “If it happens, we’re going to handle it, I can promise you that,” Painter told KMID-TV in Midland, Texas, “I have no doubt, that if any of these fools show up we’ll be glad to take care of them.”

    Our other special guest hosst will be none other than John de Nugent, a recent guest host who is a strong proponent of the rights of White Americans and speaks towards the disparity that White Americans face in the fight for racial equality.

    This will prove to be a VERY INTERESTING SHOW this evening!!


  • 01:38

    The Alex Cardinale Show Episode 16: History of the United States Part 1!

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    On this episode of the Alex Cardinale Show, Alex will be discussing the history of the United States. This will be  quite a few episodes of the Alex Cardinale Show since there is so much history of the United States. A lot of people live in the United States. It's always fun to discuss the history of the United States. This will be a 3 part series.So for 3 Tuesdays in January we will learn about the history of the United States.

    Alex will discuss in this first episode: What he likes about the United States, how the United States got Started, the American Revolutionary War, American Revolution, and more! 

    Call in at 1 323-642-1605 to ask questions or tell us why you love the United States!


  • 02:01

    Bridges Programming, Howard Zinn, "A Peoples History of the United States"

    in Energy

    This evening, Monday the 15th we will play a podcast made by Alternative Radio in which Howard Zinn talks about his book "A Peoples History of the United States."  This will be the first of 4 parts to the same interview.  The second part will be broadcast Tuesday the 16th.  The third and fourth parts will be broadcast Monday and Tuesday of next week.  Jeff will introduce the interview and make some closing remarks after it is over.   If you have not already read Zinn's book we suggest you do so.  He is a master at finding and bringing back to life the history that was 'left out' of our public school education.

  • 00:54

    The Humane Society of The United States on All My Children Wear Fur Coats

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    The Humane Society of the United States

    Join your host Peggy Hoyt and her guest Laura Bevan the Southern Regional Director at The Humane Society of the United States. Want to know how you can help the Humane Society or wondering where your donations dollars go? Join us on Monday, September 7th at 3:00 p.m. #HelpHSUS

  • 00:32

    Weigh In United States Sentencing Commission Supreme Court and U.S v Johnson

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    Weigh In United States Sentencing Commission Supreme Court and U.S v Johnson

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  • 00:31

    Reducing Infant Mortality in the United States

    in Health

    What can we do to lower the incidence of infant deaths? Joyce and Robin speak with Dr. Robert Ford, a retired obstetrician/gynecologist (OB/GYN) from West Memphis, Arkansas, now living in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. Ford shares his insights into this problem, which is highest in the Southern states.

    Unfortunately, about 24,000 infants died in the United States in 2011. The loss of a baby remains a sad reality for many families and takes a serious toll on the health and well-being of families, as well as the nation.

    The death of a baby before his or her first birthday is called infant mortality. The infant mortality rate is an estimate of the number of infant deaths for every 1,000 live births. This rate is often used as an indicator to measure the health and well-being of a nation, because factors affecting the health of entire populations can also impact the mortality rate of infants. There are obvious differences in infant mortality by age, race, and ethnicity; for instance, the mortality rate for non-Hispanic black infants is more than twice that of non-Hispanic white infants.

    Fortunately, most newborns grow and thrive. However, for every 1,000 babies that are born, six die during their first year. Most of these babies die because they are—

    Born with a serious birth defect
    Born too small and too early (i.e., preterm birth; birth before 37 weeks gestation).
    Victims of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
    Affected by maternal complications of pregnancy.
    Victims of injuries (e.g., suffocation).

    These top five leading causes of infant mortality together account for 58% of all infant deaths in the United States in 2011.

    Infant mortality rate for children in the poorest 20% urban households is about twice as high as that among children in the richest 20% urban households, globally.

  • 01:48

    The Alex Cardinale Show Episode 19: History of the United States Part 2!

    in Radio

    On this episode of the Alex Cardinale Show, Alex will be doing his 2nd episode in his news series The History of. Today, Alex will be doing part 2 of the History of the United States. On part 1, we discussed how the USA began, the American Revoultion, and the presidency of George Washington. 

    Today, I will discuss the Thomas Jefferson Era the War of 1812, the presidency of Andrew Jackson, the Indian Removal Act, the American Civil War, the presidency and assassination of Abraham Lincoln, and World War!

    You can call in with questions at 1 323-642-1605!