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Brash and honest discussion on politics and similar things that make the world spin.

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Tonight Min. Monique Robinson joins me to discuss her book "Longing for Daddy: Healing from the Pain of an Absent or Emotionally Distant Father."

Tonight on "It Can't Just Be Me.." we'll discuss New Year's Resolutions. What are your New Year's Resolutions? We'll also discuss "How to Stick to Your Resolutions." "How to make New Year's Resolutions that Work" and "Making... more

I welcome attorney Jason Crump Esq. ( to discuss "Child Support: Ten Things A Custodial Parent Should Know." Mr. Crump will answer question on paternity test, affording a family law attorney, collections... more

Tonight I talk with Morgan State University Asst. Prof. Jared A. Bell. We'll discuss his article on Blackagendareport titled "For Colored Antagonisms." Well discuss his criticism of Tyler Perry and Hollywood. "Lionsgate and Perry have... more

Part 2 of last weeks discussion onn the Pew Research Study where 4 of 10 people said, that Marriage is Becoming Obsolete. After visiting this last week I found it so necessary to come back and pick up where we left off.

"4 in 10 Say Marriage is Becoming Obsolete." Do you agree? Are there any amens out there? Are there any no ways and not possibles? Join me tonight as we discuss this new study and take a look at some reasons why some may... more

Emory University professor & author Andra Gillespie about her book "Whose Black Politics?: Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership." We'll also talk about the mid-term elections and why Blacks weren't falling all over ourselves to get to the... more

Election night coverage! Join me and my guest as we address election night results and see what direction the country has chosen.

Tonight we talk "Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future of American Politics" with author Cathy J. Cohen. Cathy Cohen is a professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago. "In Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and... more
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