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Sherrie Saunders and Deanna Look continue their discussion on Marijuana Decriminalization of the people by the people for the people in Part II of last night's show. This is a continuing discussion on Marijuana Decriminalization. Thank you to our guests for their patience with our technical difficulties. Call in tomorrow from 5-7 pm Central; same time, same place, same number. #OneLove
This Sunday, Sherrie Saunders and Deanna Look will be discussing Marijuana Decriminalization of the people, by the people, for the people. We are not requesting this plant be medicinally offered via pharmaceutical means. We are not requesting legalization, as all laws have stipulations. We are simply standing for the decriminalization of a plant that has been scientifically proven to heal so many ailments. Join us from 5-7pm Central!
This is what we plan to cover on Critical Discourse:
On Confirmation –Are “they” still trying to destroy Justice Clarence Thomas?
Yeah, I know, he’s an Uncle Tom, sellout, turncoat, coon, yada-yada-yada. When are you detractors going to provide evidence?
Then again, this story might put a completely different spin on the Anita Hill matte
2. A frank discussion of the legacy and impact of Prince
Undoubtedly a talented artist, and we are shocked upon learning of his untimely passing, but what did he contribute as worth, especially to the black community
3. Election 2016
As the New York Primary has increased the momentum of both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, should we now say, “Let the best man win”?
Do conservatives have a legitimate point about Trump’s credentials?
4.Obama in Saudi Arabia
The utter outrage in suggesting that Americans, whose family members were killed during the 911 attacks, can sue the government of Saudi Arabia (not endorsed by Obama, but Hillary Clinton and Bernie Saunders).
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Join host Brad Joseph along with past resident of New Jersey USA Resident Mark along with cohost from Canada Darryl Wolk when we talk about the presidental bid for the next president of the Unites States Of America!
Whats going on in the circus ring of candidates and how this election is quite different than the last few presidental elections.
What or who actually is the Electoral College and how do they form the next government?
Who writes Trump speeches, and what promotes him to say some of these things he rants about!
What about the other contenders Bernie Saunders, Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton and John Kasich have they got a chance against Trump?
We want to hear your opinion, either by live chat or call in about your favorite candidate in this race and why?
Live to air you dont want to miss this one!
Hillary Clinton, "… white Americans need to do a much better job of listening when African Americans talk about the seen and unseen barriers we face every day. We need to recognize our privilege and practice humility rather than assume our experiences are everyone else's. We need to try as best as we can to walk in your shoes …"
Given the “progress” made over the past few years, what “listening” needs to be done?
What whites? What blacks?
What is to come from these “listening sessions”?
Certainly, race was and is, a stickler point in inter-human relations in the USA. Perhaps, it’s may never be fully resolved.
After all, look at the income-disparity between white and black; more profound that with male and female, yet there is deafening silence from the proponents of “income equality”.
Do you doubt that Bill Clinton moving his office to Harlem, has had a deleterious effect on the black community; a created “housing apartheid”?
Black Americans as a rule, have held deeply, religious social views on marriage, family and life in general, yet, her boss (did she really believe this?) engaged in direct attacks on these legacies, with she, in tow.
Anyhow, though covered already, I must take on Obama’s insistence on “income equality”, once again, showing its complete fallaciousness.
Also, a bit more on the Ebony Magazine, March 2016 Body Brigade edition.
Warm weather and hot laps are currently in style in local short track racing, so let's talk with some of these hot shoes on the award winning internet radio show "Racing With Big Sweat" Thursday 4/14 9:00-11:00pm EST presented by Snafu Seasoning and produced by The 110 Nation Sports Radio Network. Join your hosts Steve "Big Sweat" Billmyer and Mike Perricone, the new guy in addition to this week's guests, asphalt Modifield driver Timmy Solomito, NASCAR Late Model driver Chad Finchum, and Sprint Car driver Eric Saunders.
In this episode of United Voices I and Sherrie talk about current issues of marijuana legalization across the US. Sherrie Saunders is currently the Director of the Committe to Protect the Homeless. Me (Deanna Look) and Sherrie Saunders are co-chairs of the March Against Corruption and Against Monsanto. Both of us share a vast vocal stance on activism issues throughout the United States of America. Together, we are no longer requesting, yet demanding the rights of the constitution. This Sunday at 5-7pm Central, will be accepting callers from across the U.S. on Marijuana Legalization Advocacy. We will discuss the triumphs and politically refused struggles of a currently Schedule 1 plant, which has no deaths ever, and has been scientifically proven to be medically/naturally beneficial for so many ailments, yet is still scheduled with drugs such as heroin, ecstacy, and meth. Join us!
In this episode of United Voices Deanna and Sherrie prepare for the launch of their opening 2 hour show airing this Sunday April 10th. This will be a training session and discussion of current issues and how we can encourage, recruit and train revolutionaries willing to stand up for the disenfranchised. Join Sherrie and Deanna on Sundays for a lively discussion by passionate activists.
I thought I'd seen it all.
Let me begin with this disclaimer. Under no circumstances do I believe we should belittle people, because they happen to be overweight. There are so many qualities that we should judge people on, besides how much or little they weigh.
That said, it was my utter shock, to see on Ebony's front cover, 5 black women, part of the "Body Brigade", as icons of a new standard of beauty.
Yes, "beauty is in the eye of the beholder", but how "beautiful" is being obese? Especially, according to the CDC, 57% of black women fall in that category (though I believe the number is higher).
High blood-pressure, heart disease, all of the ailments associated with body fat, that disproportionately affect black women, and Ebony features THIS? The truth be told, this supports my notion, that black lives do NOT matter to black people.
And trust me, interwoven in this encompassing "fat acceptance" narrative, is feminist ideology and victimology.
This has to stop, and now.
In the meantime, the presidential race heats up, with Bernie Saunders, surprisingly, doing better than expected, against Hillary Clinton. But, my premise stands, he is a prop, to make it appear as if Clinton has some opposition. It is staged.
These and much more, on Critical Discourse.
In this episode of United Voices hosted by Sherrie Saunders and Deanna Look they address Cannabis and it's impact, potential and the the difficutly of African-Americans to reap the benefits of the Cannabis and Hemp Industry in California and other places.Sherrie will touch on the AUMA vote and Sean Parkers Plan. The legal marijuana industry is booming, and businesses are cashing in. Dispensaries alone raked in billions of dollars last year. But one group is being shut out of this industry, and it is African-Americans. Big names in Cannabis legalization are scheduled to be with us like Kevin P. Saunders, Kitty Merchant and Roger Southfield.