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Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we chat with Nevada Wolf Pack Beat Writer, Chris Murray. Chris will join the program to chat about the Nevada vs. Boise State game on Saturday night and get his thoughts on the senior QB (Cody Fajardo), the defensive success this season and keys to the game. We will also be joined by Steven Meador as he will co-host and keep us updated on the #Giants/#Pirates game in Pittsburgh. Top headlines and more as we are LIVE!
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014, at 6:00 - 8:00AM EST, on my Blog radio show, "Philosopher Vortex:"
"Part One: The Legal Prosecution of a Great Scientist, Dr. Wilhelm Reich, in the U.S.A."
This segment of "Philosopher Vortex" will analyze the case of Dr. Wilhelm Reich and his prosecution by the Food and Drug Administration. The Host, Steven J. Katz, is a lawyer and philosopher. He will explore the deep issues of jurisprudence and society revealed by this case, and its ongoing relevance for the legal system.
The tragedy of this case will also be analyzed from the perspective of an experienced litigator and an alternate way it could have been handled if Dr. Reich had employed a lawyer throughout the proceedings, from the initial complaint going forward. It is highly recommended that those who intend to listen and call-in to the show watch the recent film "The Strange Case of Wilhelm Reich." It is posted on youtube and can be watched without charge. Also recommended, is the excellent work "Wilhelm Reich vs. The U.S.A." by Jerome Greenfield (N.Y., W W Norton Company, 1974). See also, recent books: "In Defense of Wilhelm Reich: Opposing the 80-Years' War of Mainstream Defamatory Slander Against One of the 20th Century's Most Brilliant Physicians and Natural Scientists" by Dr. James DeMeo, PhD.(Ashland Oregon, USA, Natural Energy Works, 2013); and "Wilhelm Reich & The Cold War" by James Edward Martin (Ashland Oregon, USA, Natural Energy Works, 2014).
Did you miss our special on “Hollywood’s Definition of Beauty”, Beyonce being named Time Magazine’s Most Influential Person, Lupita Nyong’o being named People Magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman, how men feel about women with weaves, tattoos, piercings and relaxed hair vs natural hair? If so, tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters".
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk about the Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings matchup up on Thursday Night Football. Both teams come in with a 2-2 record, so this game becomes very pivotal in the standings. This could also be and important game for tie-breaker implications at the end of the year. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas, we are talking NFL football tonight.
The boys try to mix some PC conversation with their look back at Week 4, including the Saints-Cowboys drubbing, the Packers-Bears drubbing, and the Eagles-Niners clash, as well as figuring out how the hell Tampa beat Pittsburgh. Then they check out the Thursday night contest between NFC North teams Minnesota and Green Bay.
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We answer questions about captains, Landon Donovan's assists, centre-backs vs centre-halves, aggressive U-10s, first-time footballer errors, UK work permits, the origin of "at sixes and sevens," and imaginary offside lines. We also preveiw Juventus vs Roma and Chelsea vs Arsenal.
The Detroit Tigers open their American League playoff series vs. the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday night. How will the Central division champs fare in their fourth consecutive postseason appearance?
Matthew Mowery joins us to break down the Tigers' rotation (Max Scherzer will start in Game 1), the lineup and what might happen this weekend.
On the October 1, 2014 episode of Liberal Dan Radio:
It has been revealed that in Louisiana a person who has been raped will be forced to pay for services received as part of a rape kit because many of the public hospitals have been privatized. I will discuss why this is wrong and why people shouldn't be surprised Louisiana is doing this.
A pair of teachers have been charged with Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile after a football game. The teachers work for Destrehan High School and had sex with the male 4 days before his 17th birthday. Certain conservatives, especially so called "Men's RIghts Advocates" are up in arms about the double standard. I will go over why their fears are often unfounded and why they fight the people they need to be working with to end double standards.
Finally, California passed a "Yes Means Yes" law that places certain requirements on universities. Men's rights groups are also up in arms about this law as well. I will explain why they are so very wrong in their criticisms of the law and where the criticisms should take place.
Those issues, headlines, words of redneck wisdom, tweet of the week and more on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.
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The United States has long been known as a melting pot and, more recently, as a salad bowl. Because people from hundreds of different ethnic backgrounds make up the nation’s population, it’s not surprising that at times cultural groups rub off on each other. Americans who grow up in diverse communities may pick up the dialect, customs and religious traditions of the cultural groups that surround them.
Cultural appropriation is an entirely different matter, however. It has little to do with one’s exposure to and familiarity with different cultures. Instead, cultural appropriation typically involves members of a dominant group exploiting the culture of less privileged groups--often with little understanding of the latter’s history, experience and traditions. Accordingly, socially aware people tend to frown upon this phenomenon.
“Borrowing” is a key component of cultural appropriation. In the 1950s, for example, white musicians borrowed the musical stylings of their black counterparts. Because African Americans weren’t widely accepted in U.S. society at that time, record executives chose to have white recording artists replicate the sound of black musicians. This led to musical forms such as rock-n-roll being largely associated with whites in spite of the fact that black musicians were pioneers of the artform. This move also had financial consequences, as many of the black musicians who helped pave the way for rock-n-roll’s success never saw a dime for their contributions to the music form.
Let's talk about cultural appropriation as it affects pop culture today. Join tomorrow, October 1 on DP RADIO XL at 8pm
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