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  • 00:30

    DARC Enlightenment Series Topic: Weddings, Funerals, etc. - Rights of Passage

    in Culture

    A weekly RasTafari radio reasoning rendez-vous. 


    Topic: Weddings, Funerals, etc. - The Significance of Rights of Passage and Civic Duties in the Great RasTafari Nation

  • 00:58

    Trucking News In Review

    in Training

    Our next program will be Friday, May 29 at 4:30 pm (mountain time).


    Call in number; 347-857-3624


    Please join us at;
    http://tobtr.com/7615671


    We will be reviewing the stories affecting trucking today.


    DISCLAIMER: We do not pretend to have all the answers nor know all the regulations, rules and rights. Remember states have the right to adopt all or some of the Federal Regulations so you must know your state laws as well as the Federal laws. We offer an arena to discuss both our and your experiences and best practices. Please keep in mind our goal is to improve the safety of our highways and byways across our great nation. We humbly defer to the regulatory agencies both state and federal to help all of us be the safest we can be.


    We encourage everyone to contact the appropriate regulatory agency directly, however if you are not comfortable doing that please contact the Safety Mentor.

  • 00:30

    College coaches, religion and gay rights

    in LGBT

    Clemson University football coach Dabo Swinney caused some controversy this week when he was to be honored by a South Carolina lobbying group opposed to gay rights and same-sex marriage. A petition was started urging him to cancel and he did on his own days later, saying he didn't want to be a distraction and did not want to seem to endorse all the group's views. It raises the question of what responsibility a coach has to a diverse student body and how that might clash with his beliefs.

  • 01:02

    Shattered Lives: Anne Seymour Returns with FREE Resources

    in Self Help

    Host Donna R. Gore welcomes Anne Seymour's return to Shattered Lives Radio as a champion advocate, and she's bringing information about FREE resources from her vast contribution to the rights of victims. 


    What happens after the initial call to law enforcement? Who or what does a crime victim turn to for help and healing?


    Shattered Lives Radio listeners will have the opportunity to learn about resources for specific crime victims, i.e. domestic violence or sexual assault, as well as organizations who assist all victims of crime and value their rights. They will discuss the importance of victim assistance from national programs as well as the necessity for professional victim impact statements in court.

  • 00:46

    My People Are Destroyed For Lack of Knowledge

    in Politics Conservative

    Hosea 4:6 kind of seemed appropriate as I looked at some of the stories I'm going to talk about today.  As we look at what is going on in the country and the world for that matter, to a lot of us there's a number of things people stand for, defend, advocate, etc. that just don't make sense.  Today I'll be looking at 3 examples of that on our supposed epicenters of knowledge, colleges and universities. I'll take a look at why students and faculty at St. Louis University flipped out over a statue.  Also, what kind of door are we opening when we start allowing "transgender students" admission into all girls colleges?  That's starting to happen.  Who are colleges and universities favoring in California?  Here's a hint- it's not legal citizens.  And finally, more fun from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to share as well.  That's the show today at 4:30 Eastern time and archived after that.

  • 01:40

    Top Star Hip Hop Radio Top 20 Weekly Hits with DJ @Bizeeee DJ @mackdrama1017

    in Hip Hop Music

    Tune in to our picks of the Top 20 songs being played in the USA! Records are chosen from @Powertalkwithog interviews, records being spun in the clubs and songs currently popular among the airwaves!


    Call 347-633-9588 press 1 to talk! www.topstarhiphop.com 


     


    #OGMackDramaProductions All rights reserved

  • 00:45

    Gil Torrez Former Special FBI Agent "COME FROM THE SHADOWS TO SPEAK OUT" ?

    in Military

     


    GILBERTO 'GIL' TORREZ        
    Gil Torrez served more than twenty years as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).  After completion of the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia, Gil was assigned and served in the New Orleans and Dallas FBI Field Divisions, as well as the U.S. Embassy in the Republic of Panama as diplomat in the capacity of Legal Attaché.  Gil has experience in a variety of investigations that include Drug matters, Organized Crime, White Collar Crime, Civil Rights, National Security, and Counter-Terrorism investigations.


    After the September 11, 2001 bombing of the World Trade Center, in New York City, Gil was assigned to investigate Counter-Terrorism and National Security matters.  Before retiring, Gil was transferred to the Field Intelligence Group in the Dallas FBI Field Division.  Gil's other duties and assignmentswith the FBI included:  Relief Supervisor; Supervisory Special Agent; FBI Instructor; Crisis (Hostage) Negotiator; and Public Speaking.  Gil taught Crisis Negotiation and Crisis Management, to police officers, federal officers, and military personnel in the U.S. and throughout Central and South America as well as the Caribbean.


    Prior to the FBI, Gil served in the U.S. Air Force (USAF), assigned to the 1st Special Operations Wing as a gunner and instructor on an AC-130 Gunships.  Gil served in Southeast Asia and saw combat during the Viet Nam war.  Sergeant Torrez was honorably discharged and then attended Southwest Texas State University and received a Bachelor of Science degree.


     Gil and his wife Katherine, who's a former police chief are big proponents of children education. 


     

  • 00:32

    Living The Moor American National Status is Impossible without Civics

    in Social Networking

    The Moor's obligation is to re-gain Civics which is the study of the great theoretical and practical aspects of citizenship; its rights and duties; the duties of citizens to each other as members of a political body and to the Moorish government. It includes the study of civil law (system of law concerned with private relations between members of a community) and the study of government with attention to the role of citizens.


    Citizenship is the status of a people recognized under the custom or law as being a member of a state. A people may have multiple citizenships and a people that does not have citizenship of any state is said to be stateless.


    Our state is the organized political community living under one system of government (National Al Moroccan Republic) being part and parcel to the de jure Al Moroccan/American government (management/organization).


    Within our given political and ethical tradition, civics refers to re-educating the Moorish citizens with what our Foremothers and Forefathers handed down to us before the Albion Eurpoean Hybrid males took over and corrupted de jure lawful systems.


    It’s impossible to know the concepts of citizens’ rights and the application of justice without Moor peoples being reintroduced to the study and application of Civics.


    Welcome to join us.


    Love Truth Peace Freedom Justice

  • 00:09

    MNN’s Zenaida Mendez On The Danny Tisdale Show

    in Lifestyle

    Danny talks to Manhattan Neighborhood Network’s Zenaida Mendez on The Danny Tisdale Show. Danny talks to Director of the MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center. Ms. Mendez has an extensive career in public service, media production and community activism. From 2012 to 2014 Ms. Mendez was the President of the National Organization for Women, New York State (NOW-NYS), the first woman of color to hold the position. Ms. Mendez has also worked at NOW’s National Office as well as with elected officials including former NYC Mayor David Dinkins and US Representative Charles B. Rangel. She also served with the New York City Human Rights Commission under Commissioner Dennis de Leon. Ms. Mendez has served on boards of West Harlem Environmental Action, Committee for Hispanic Families and Children and the National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence. Throughout her career, Ms. Mendez has advocated extensively on issues affecting women, including equal pay, reproductive rights, access to education, affordable childcare, affordable housing, and economic, racial and environmental justice issues. Born in the Dominican Republic, Ms. Mendez Mendez earned a BA in Government and Public Administration from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and an MA in Public Administration from the City University of New York, Graduate School of Public Affairs…hello Ms. Mendez how are you?.


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  • 02:04

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more paroles 05/29/15

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more paroles 05/29/15 - Phone 347.857.3293 to participate on the live show between 3pm and 5pm EST on May 29, 2015. The tape will be archived at Blogtalkradio for future listening any time, 24/7.

  • 02:00

    SATURDAY HIGH NOON

    in Politics

    State news shorts, commentary and part 3 of my discussion with Kansas activist Frank Smith of Pine Bluff about the billionaire Koch brothers and emperor Brownback's legions.


    Read Chris Reeves up-to-the-minute state budget report as the legislature "goes into hiding."


    Thaddeus Russell is author of A Renegade History of the United States (Free Press, 2010). Russell's talk was recorded by Todd Boyle and broadcast on "Mind Over Matters" by Mike McCormick (www.talkingsticktv.org).


    New World Notes is produced under the auspices (Latin for "gun") of WWUH-FM, a community service of that beacon of light in darkest Connecticut, the University of Hartford.


    The leisure we enjoy today--weekends, vacations, etc--was not granted freely by employers. Rather, it was taken without permission by "renegade" workers of decades past. These included slaves, drunken craftsmen, unmotivated factory hands, etc. For instance, plantation slaves established the practice of "vacation"--much to the annoyance of their masters. (They'd agree to return in exchange for not being punished.)


    Part 2 focuses on sex and women's rights. Many rights and freedoms enjoyed today by U.S. women (and their male friends) were won for them--not by feminists--but by 19th & early-20th century prostitutes & madams. These include the right to own property; to acquire wealth; to dance, smoke, and drink in public; to wear attractive clothing; to give or receive oral sex; to have interracial intimacy; and to use contraceptives. 


    A rollicking good story, well-told by Thaddeus Russell.