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Why is the world becoming so violent? Are we becoming desensetized? It would appear that in the world today the emotion of love and peace is almost non existent. Have we been conditioned by all the violence in movies, vedio games and just life it self? Have we become more selfish and self centered? Is it posssble that we do not care any more for other humans? Has greed so over powered the world that we know no other way? There is another way why is we do not truly be peaceful within or love ourselves more. Can we also offer more gratitude for who we are. We were born to be and live as divine beings. We have been lead away from this idea a long time ago. Are we awakening to the truth of what we have beomce in our world. This and so much more. Jon Liara and Steven for a discussion on these and so much more. Call and join in the conversation 718-664-9735.
It's unfair that men have no laws to protect them from vindictive women. Women tend to get the money, house and kids. Yet men make great parents too! Some women take advantage of being women to get their way, and to punish men. When faced with the breakup of a relationship, especially a marriage, some women become vindictive, and abusive women become very dangerous. When others (friends, relatives, police, attorneys, and judges) believe her, they join in, and the frustrated husband or partner finds himself a victim of undeserved hatred, defamation, and abuse. Justice is never blind to assigning blame to men but it is always blind to the truth. This time it is not her way or no-way, it their way or no-way and so the abuse continues in an unending parade of broken promises and false hopes. Once your spouse or companion has chosen abuse, get an injunction, end the relationship, and if married, file for divorce. Punishing men for the transgressions of guilty women is wrong and that courts must abolish practice. These women chose to lie and they choose to be violent because they are addicted to inflicting abuse on others. This is why the mandatory arrest policies are a plague on society because they only add more to the harm. These women chose to be violent and they chose to lie. Nothing can change the evidence that the police are arresting men for what is a lie. DNA testing has proved that. When your spouse has chosen to lie, get a restraining order and change the locks. It is time to evict the bullying shrew.
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.
We can blame the absence of sports activities. We can blame the absence of safe neighborhood parks. We can blame the absence of music and choir and band in the schools. We can blame the absence of classes that teach viable trades. We can blame police who harass and humiliate young men at will. We can blame neighborhood stores that can't or won't offer jobs to local young men. We can blame the gun shops that carelessly sell multiple firearms without regard to how they will be used. We can blame the Mayor, the Governor, the President. But truly, the out of control rage that makes a boy shoot someone to death is triggered by something else on the inside. He was not loved and nurtured by a good man. Whether his father was forced out of his life or left voluntarily, or stayed around but was abusive, a young boy who kills has been through something. We need to know what that is, because it didn't just start at the age of 12,13,14,15,16, or 17 when he chose to commit a murder. Community activist and youth mentor Gregory Sain discusses the crisis of violent black male youth and what must be done by men who are of strong will and good conscience. He may say some things that surprise you, so get ready for a spirited conversation
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
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.
Hr1 Cher says Amtrak train crash is the Republican's fault. Why do we give celebrities a platform for politics & current events?
50 people have been shot in Baltimore since Freddie Gray riots. They're out of control! And where's MSM coverage?
Do you know what 4 most violent US cities have in common? Homicides. Poverty. Broken families. Democrat leadership. The cycle is set and hard to break with those handicaps!
Freddie Gray acted the way he did because of lead poisoning, so it wasn't really his fault. The blame game.
Hr2 Robert Woodson asks, if all whites tomorrow were to move to Canada & Europe...how it would affect the black on black crime rate? Would blacks finally be free to succeed?
Woodson's organization goes into low-income communities and seeks out leaders and "moral mentors" to help solve the problems.
Woodson noted that government anti-poverty programs have made poor people a "commodity" for "a professional class of providers."
New York DMV makes $60 million a year by selling YOUR personal information.
Justice Scalia questions the 17th Amendment which changed the way Senators were selected. Appointed by governor vs. elected by the people.
Hr3 Justice Scalia explains the importance of following the Constitution. Even more important... no more SCOTUS appointments until after Obama is no longer President!
Michelle Obama's thin skin and sensitivity to satire. Get over it!
"The road won't be easy for folks like you and me." ~ MichelleObama talking racism like it's still 1860. Because blacks are still segregated, lynched? No! Why does she assume that EVERYONE hates black people?
Justice Scalia explains the importance of following the Constitution.
Michelle Obama's thin skin and sensitivity to satire. Get over it!
Loyalty goes both ways, the old saying goes. One shows loyalty up the chain, because one expects the same in the other direction. They system, however, is built upon the timbers of the imperfect human condition.
What happens when you have conflicting narratives, but the system that you thought was there to serve you as you served it decides to take the counter-narrative without question?
Is there a point where a leader accepts that there is no loyalty above, and as a result, has to redouble his loyalty to those under him?
The story of Task Force VIOLENT is one of inspired unit level leadership, and nightmarishly twisted priorities up the chain; of brave men caught in a modern day, real time, Kafkaesque circle.
Following up on his 5-part series, Task Force Violent: The Unforgiven - the Tragic Betrayal of and Elite Marine Corps Commando Unit, our guest for the full hour will be MilitaryTimes journalist Andrew deGrandpre.