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Is a program that let’s you hear from thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers and experts on a variety of topics. In some cases you will get free advice to help improve your life! Don’t miss the opportunity to hear one-on-one interviews or roundtable discussions about the issues. Political Strategist, Publisher & Host Jerome Espree covers current events, news, politics and entertainment. Tune in to hear a different perspective outside of the mainstream.

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On this program: Michigan's Governor Rick Snyder apologizes for Flint's water, Accidental discoveries, Several Black Actors agree no oscars, Barneys agrees to settle discrimination lawsuit brought by shopper, Oklahoma officer gets... more

On this program: President Obama has his final State of the Union address, The price of oil fell below $30 a barrel for the first time in 12 yrs, Flint, Michigan, as city reels from health crisis, A fugitive sent a selfie to police after... more

On this program: Sandra Bland's mother: Trooper perjury charge 'not justice', Ken Griffey Jr elected to baseball's hall of fame with the high percentage ever, 2015 was the safest year for flying on record despite Germanwings and Metrojet... more

On this program: Ford pledges $4.5B over 5 years to electric vehicle program, Pentagon to change U.S. military personnel 'dog tags' for first time in 40 years, Warning over this season's must-have present after series of hoverboard... more

On this program: The White House is open for Christmas! Michelle Obama unveils record-breaking festive decorations with more trees, more ornaments, and a bigger gingerbread house than ever before, Nearly half of U.S. households only... more

On this program: FDA approves genetically modified salmon for human consumption in the U.S., Harvard investigating after tape is found defacing portraits of black law school professors, Patti LaBelle's sweet potato pies sell... more

On this program: University of Missouri names black intrerim head, Apple apologizes after black teens ejected from store, Smoking ban sought for all public housing across the U.S. over dangers of secondhand smoke, Mormon church... more

On this program: Pres. Obama first US leader to visit Laos, Fewer Americans are dying of heart disease, cancer and stroke, Ohio voters reject proposal to legalize recreational and medical marijuana, FBI investigated the Wu-Tang Clan over... more

On this program: Fewer Americans are dying of heart disease, cancer and stroke, Library of Congress to legalize jailbreaking, Hacking group Anonymous to reveal identities of 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members ahead Ferguson anniversary, St.... more

On this program: US First Lady recently launched a campaign called Reach Higher ,U.S. housing, jobs data point to fairly strong economy, US reports 8 deaths and 98 injuries from EXPLODING Takata air bags, Grocery chain Fresh... more
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