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BLACK WALL STREET FORT WORTH Radio & host Cecil Da Lion WELCOME SISTAH's Mississippi-styled BBQ and Soul Food (www.sistahsbbq.com) as our special guest @ 7:30pm.... Call in (929-477-1094) and listen as owner Grinda Coleman shares her story about how a Arlington, TX Code Enforcement officer is intentionally trying to sabotage her restaurant. BLACK WALL STREET SUPPORTS BLACK BUSINESS!
FOR CLOSE TO A YEAR NOW I HAVE BEEN WARNING YOU (AS HAVE OTHERS) THAT THE UNITED NATIONS WERE PLOTTING AND PLANNING TO INVADE AMERICA AND NOT MANY OF YOU WOKE UP. I WARNED YOU THAT WE WERE BEING PUSHED TO THE WALL AND TAKEN OUT ONE BY ONE AND YET YOU KEEP GOING AS IF NOTHING WAS GOING TO COME OF IT, YOU WATCH YOUR FOOTBALL GAMES, FAVORITE TV SHOWS AND NEVER THINK TWICE ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN WASHINGTON D.C. BEHIND CLOSED DOORS AND THE TREASON OF OUR GOVERNMENT, WELL AS I AND COUNTLESS OTHERS HAVE ATTEMPTED TO WAKE YOU UP, I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU ARE AWAKE YET.....AS THE BLUE HATS ARE HERE, LOCKED AND LOADED AND READY TO PULL THE TRIGGER ON YOU AND THOSE YOU LOVE.....MAKE NOW MISTAKE ABOUT IT FOLKS....THE SHIT IS ABOUT TO HIT THE FAN AND EACH AND EVERY DAMN ONE OF US ARE IN THE CROSS HAIRS HERE.
Its finally here my friends WIRN Internet Radio is proud to present "The Joeygiggles Show" LIVE every weekday between the hours of 8-11 PM EST ...
These shows will feature great guests and professionals from all walks of life and we are proud to bring them to you LIVE every night on WIRN Internet Radio
From Health to Marketing and From Conservation to Paranormal we will a beve of guests that you will love and learn from
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On today's episode of Talking in Circles, we talk about the running of the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. That was the end of the Challenger Round of the Chase, and four drivers have been eliminated. One of the drivers eliminated was Jimmie Johnson. We'll break down why the 48 team was eliminated, and talk about what the 12 that advanced need to do to not get eliminated in the next 3 races.
During the victory celebration for Kevin Harvick, his #4 Chevrolet got into the wall. This raised many eyebrows among his competitors because they're wondering why that car got into the wall and got damage? Were Kevin Harvick and the 4 team trying to cover up something illegal on the rearend of the car? Or was it just a coincidence. We'll talk about that.
Also, the number 78 Furniture Row Racing team was handed a P2 Penalty for something that took place during inspection, prior to Dover. We'll talk about how inconsistent that ruling is, and whether or not we think it was the right call by NASCAR.
With the first round being over, we'll give our predictions of which 8 of the remaining 12 drivers will move on from the Contender Round, and into the Eliminator Round (round 3) of the Chase. The races in this round are Charlotte, Kansas and Talladega. Last season, this round eliminated some note worthy names including Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Will we see this happen again?
One of the hot topics coming out of this weekend was the crash by NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, Austin Theriault. Theriault, a driver for Brad Keselowski Racing, got tagged by his teammate, Tyler Reddick, and sent into the outside wall, head on. The wall that Theriault hit didn't have a SAFER Barrier, and his wreck resulted in a fracture in his lower back. We'll talk about why there still isn't SAFER barriers around these tracks...
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Tonight, we will be advertising for the Randomness with Ryan and Eddie 2 Year Anniversary Special. Listen to this episode of Teh Random Talk with Eddie Hinkle for more details.
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Jessica, Brandie, and SSG Moe bring the usual 3 stories and 3 segments, but stick around for the extended segment as Michelle joins in from the field on location with “Veterans on Patrol” in Tucson. Joe may join welcome callers to the show as we celebrate “Shit Hits the Fan Week” on Sworn American Sirens. Call in or listen by phone at 845-277-9220
AFRICAN AMERICAN TALK RADIO should be at the top of your playlist whenit comes to empowering Black people.
African American Talk Radio is about sharing ideas and establishing relationships through which we build and leave an economic legacy for our children and their children.
AATR is a global, multi-faceted group of people, hosted by Michael Bates affectionately known as “The Business Bishop,” who has dedicated his life to helping churches, non-profits, corporations, leaders and families to maximize their growth potential.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?:
A.A.T.R. is not about a variety of opinions. It is about a CALL TO ACTION. Let’s turn Black Talk Radio into Black Action Radio. In the spirit of Black Wall Street, ownership and control of income producing assets are keys to economic growth of a people.
Tonight's guest is Representative Brandon Ellington who will be talking about the Missouri Legislative Black Causus' priorities.
During the Vietnam War, Red Cross workers provided services to U.S. military personnel and assist Vietnamese refugees (1962-1974) In 1962, the American Red Cross sent its first paid field staff to Vietnam to assist the growing number of servicemen at various bases and hospitals. At the height of its involvement in 1968, 480 field directors, hospital personnel, and recreation assistants (Donut Dollies) served throughout Southeast Asia. Red Cross workers, who provided 1.9 million services to U.S. military personnel, shared the hardships and privations of war with the soldiers. Five Red Cross staff members gave their lives, and many others were injured as they helped servicemen resolve personal problems or get home when emergency leave was granted due to death or serious illness in their immediate family.
One of these volunteers is Barbara Lilly. Barbara graduated from Wayne State in Detroit (Masters much later at Texas State San Marcos) and then on to Vietnam. She served in VN 3/68 through 3/69. During that time she was assigned to Phan Rang, Lai Khe, Cam Ranh Army and II Field Forces. She also did TDY to Cam Ranh Air Force Base ... She had double pneumonia and it wasn't raining there so they sent her there once she got out of the hospital.
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Join Elias Shaya, MD, Medical Director, Integrated Behavioral Health Services at MedStar Good Samaritan & MedStar Union Memorial Hospital.
Let's briefly examine some symptoms of mental health problems. When is it time to see a doctor? and so much more
Topics to be discussed: How common is mental illness and what are the most frequent types of mental illness??
Signs, symptoms as well as treatment and prevention will also be discussed.
Tune int to see if there is something you need to know, want to share and/or feel is important enough to know.
We will be talking with Mr. Howard Love. Howard served in the US Navy 1965-1969, to include service in the Vietnam War on the USS Enterprise. He worked on flight decks of 3 different carriers. Howard is now giving back and trying to serve those who are serving by sending care packages to the troops for 10 years now.
Paul Lietner-Wise known for his amazing fire arm designs. His piston designs are truly the benchmark in the firearm industries. He's a dynamic personality and his marketing approaches are catching the eye of more than just the firearm industry.