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Shalom and Salaam everyone, this evening show will be a discussion about our acceptance of violence and how we today are more violent than what we want to admit. We have become so desentitized to it based off we having been made to digest many generations of violent movies and even video games where children as young as two can start a virtual life of violence and killing all in the name of FUN and entertainment. World Star Hip Hop is a online website where one can spend all day if they wish watching videos of people fighting, being violent and engaged in all manners of debauchery and perverse conduct. Truly we are being cleverly guided into this very shameful beast like behavior and it is because many of we have become INFECTED. A virus has been unleashed on populations and those who have not been taught or trained to understands one (carnal) nature or desires will be controlled 24/7 by the all encompassing technology of consumerism. Want to also go over a FB experiment I conducted that further confirms (at least to me) that our acceptance of violence has been socially orchestrated and our present love for it may tragically be irreversable.
Over the last 15 years the world has undergone a rash a violent crimes, particularly as it concerns shootings. The Columbine High School shootings of 1999 started what seemed to be a media frenzy around coverage of highly violent crimes. Since Columbine, other noted shootings include Virginia Tech University (2007), Aurora, Colorado movie theater (2012), Fort Hood, Texas (2009 and 2014) and the list unfortunately goes ON! Are technology and the media to blame? Are we to blame for our incessant need to be "entertained" and in the know? Join us as we discuss the most current shooting massacre of Isla Vista. Joining us in the discussion is International Trauma expert Dr. Susan Sutton-Clawson.
Violent crimes in America have become an epidemic within the past decade or so, with more juvenile offenders taking to the streets, homicide and murder rates have skyrocketed, as science does their best to study the minds of America's most horrific killers. Amanda Seaton would like to invite you to delve into the world of crime and forensics, as she provides an analysis of those violent crimes committed by juvenile offenders, mothers, husbands, room-mates, ex-football players, and one of the most famous sadistic serial killers of the 1970's. The book explores the substantial problem the United States of America is facing with violent crimes, not just committed by adults, but juvenile offenders as well. VIOLENT CRIMES IN AMERICA: And The Forensic Disciplines Used To Solve Them-Amanda Seaton
Thats right brothers, sisters, probates and hangarounds... We are coming at you live from the clubhouse once again in this Violent Valentines addition.Rude crude and lewd is what we are and you will want to listen in on this one. So grab a bottle get a bag and lets get f*ed up and have some fun.you want blood ...we got it!!!! So get on down here and lets bust some skullz
Do you or your kids take prescription psych meds? On this weeks show we review a shocking study that links prescription psych meds and violent shootings. Also, GMO's and their affects on children and ADHD being caused by certain GMO foods. Plus current event issues and your calls and chats! Join me at 8pm.
Today, my nieces are the heirs of that tragic legacy, mourning the loss of slain black males via Facebook statuses and 140 character tweets. I thought of them after reading about four teens who were recently charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of 18-year-old Olijawon Griffin at the Woodley Park Metro station on Nov. 17. Griffin was also robbed of his $400 Helly Hansen jacket.
Debtors Prison was an institution used by the ruling class in Europe to punish people who could not pay their debts. Living under an oppressive system of high taxes and fines, of course the jails became overcrowded with debtors who could not pay. Many were given the opportunity to work off their debts as "indentured servants," temporary slaves who worked until the debt was paid off. Most were languishing in Europe's overcrowded jails until they were given an opportunity for release. The catch: they had to leave the continent and go and settle what Europeans called "the new world" - America. Many came to America, and the rest is history. But, what happened is that the descendants of those earlier prisoners have recreated the same system in present day America. Many of those incarcerated are serving time simply because they didn't have money. Sometimes people are jailed for unpaid parking tickets causing, unknown to them, a suspended license. Often the "crime" was the sale or use of marijuana (a substance which is now sold legally) and they couldn't pay bail or couldn't pay a good lawyer. Our jails are overcrowded, and prison is just a thinly disguised slave labor business. It's time to stop it. Only violent criminals need to be locked away to protect society while they undergo rehabilitation. Should all other non violent prisoners be released, provided the opportunities to become productive citizens, and honorably pay any debts owed
The philosophy of non-violence is not one of fear but of fearlessness in the face of violence. Much of the violence in the urban community is self inflicted by yesterday's neglected, rejected and abused children who have now come of age and are terrorizing the neighborhoods with senseless violence. The adults who draw youth into organized crime capitalize on broken homes, absent fathers and overwhelmed mothers and grandmothers. The evil of guns and drugs is just as deadly as police with fire hoses and attack dogs in keeping communities in a state of terror. Can Dr. King's strategy of non-violent direct confrontation work in ridding neighborhoods of street violence? How? Community Activist, Coach and Candidate for 20th Ward Alderman Ernest Radcliff explains how his nonviolent work with youth has been successful.
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Diehard Sports Radio is proud to present its core show in which we'll discuss NASCAR race car driver Tony Stewart and hitting Kevin Ward Jr with his truck on the dirt track after Ward ran out on the track to confront Stewart that ultimately lead to Ward's death. In light of that and the Luis Suarez bite in the 2014 World Cup, the recent Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal, the felony battery charge aganst Greg Oden & the brawl between the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys at a recent joint practice, we'll discuss if the world of sports is becoming too violent for the pastime it's supposed to be. We also continue our focused NFL division previews with the AFC and NFC south divisions on tap this week plus much more in the world of sports.
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