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What's worst? Loving the Wrong Person or finding the right person as the wrong time? Both are painful. In this episode, we talk about loving the wrong person and what can we do to recover. How do we avoid the wrong person in the first place or exactly what makes him/her wrong? Ellis and Benita are relationship gurus who live for sharing their experiences so that others can learned from them. As they say, if you can't do, teach!
Three astrologers who love their work, Anne Ortelee, Mark Wolz, and Heather Roan Robbins, talk about the astrological conditions of the week ahead, what they mean, how to navigate the shoals and make the most of the moment. We then take callers and apply the transits to their charts. This week Mercury opposes Uranusand Venus squares Saturn, then enters Scorpio. What does this mean for you?
While researching his grandfather, James Morgan learned a lot about unique records of the AME church that enabled him to learn more about his and others' family histories! He will share his findings with us!
James R. Morgan III is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C. where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications and Africana Studies in 2011. He is currently employed with the United States Department of State and serves as a Curatorial Consultant with the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC.
James is an active Prince Hall Freemason and as such he serves as Worshipful Grand Historian & Archivist of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia. He has authored several scholarly writings on African American Freemasonry and fraternalism. He is also an Honorary Fellow and Life Member of the Phylaxis Research Society.
James is an active and experienced genealogist and is a member of the James Dent Walker Chapter of the Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society. He has presented at the 2016 International Black Genealogy Symposium as well as at the 2019 National Conference of the African American Historical and Genealogcal Society (AAHGS) among others. James serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the Bishop Henry McNeal Turner Project and is the author of The Lost Empire: Black Freemasonry in the Old West (1867-1906) which was awarded the 2019 Dr. Charles H. Wesley Medal of History and the 2020 Phillis Wheatley Book Award for Non-Fiction Biography. James is a Co-Panelist on both Black Pro Gen-Live and the Prince Hall Think Tank, both of which can be found on Youtube.
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Scientology investigative blogger Tony Ortega joins Jim Paris Live. Ortega shares an update on the Danny Masterson trial, the news of Leah Remini's show debuting on Netflix, a multi-million dollar fraud perpetrated by a major Scientology donor, and a bombshell news report from Australia about Tom Cruise and Scientology.
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Billy Gilman has sold over 5 million albums and became a recognized voice in country music in 2000, at the age of 11, when he released his debut single “One Voice,” on Epic Records (Sony Nashville). The song shot onto the Billboard Top 40 charts making Billy the youngest artist to ever have a top 40 single on the country chart and ultimately reaching top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Check out the original music video HERE. In 2016, Billy auditioned and landed a spot on NBC’s The Voice, where he flipped the chairs of all four judges and ultimately chose to be on Adam Levine’s team. The decision took him to the finals, where Billy became the runner-up during the finale. Now, in 2020, the subject matter of “One Voice,” is just as important as it was when the song was originally released 20 years ago. “I would never have imagined that America, let alone in the world, we would be seeing so many suicides,” says Billy. “If we could be a little nicer to one another and learn that we are all made differently, but we all deserve kindness, love, and respect it would make the world a better place.”
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William Nolan joined the NYPD in 1986 after being recruited from his job as a New York City Corrections Officer. He worked undercover for NYPD Internal Affairs in the late 1980's and early 1990's. William Nolan retired in 2005.
Prince Mustafa Bim Hajar -El is a Chicago outreach worker supporting youth and adults in the Chicagolawn neighborhood .He is also working to start a non-profit organization called Unstackedinc that will do Re-entry services . He recently served a forty -three year wrongful conviction.Dana M. Pittman is a businessman , entrepreneur ,member of the Almighty Nation of Moors and Moabites People of America. Tufan Mustafa was born and raised in Chicago and has been a member of the Almighty Nation of Moors and Moabites People of America since 1969 . He is 65 years old . Jeff Naffziger is an attorney based in Chicago,Illinois . He focuses his practice on representing insurance companies and large businesses in civil litigation. Much of this litigation centers on representing construction companies in personal injury and construction defect cases .He also represents insurers in investigation fraud and misrepresentation.His firm is committed to a large breadth of pro bono work focus on social justice .
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Dangerous Freedom with Lori Jean: Tonight we're discussing Election 2020 FRAUD with info directly from my friend connected to Trump Admin
"I prefer Dangerous Freedom over Peaceful Slavery." - Thomas Jefferson
Freedom has NEVER been free, it's always been DANGEROUS. Land of the FREE, because of the BRAVE, right? Well welcome to the NEW military. We're called to protect this Great Nation against all enemies, foreign or DOMESTIC. If WE THE PEOPLE don't fight for our freedom now, we will be the last generation to know America as a free country. We need to TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK and defend our Constitutional Liberties in order to leave a LEGACY OF FREEDOM to FUTURE generations.
Join us as we discuss the HOTTEST topics related to FREEDOM and how to fight back against a tyrannical government, because WHEN TYRANNY BECOMES LAW... REBELLION BECOMES DUTY.
WE ARE THE RESISTANCE. KEEP FIGHTING.
~ Lori Jean
Clifford Worthy, the great-grandson of slaves, was one of the few African-American men of his generation who was accepted and excelled as a Black Knight of the Hudson, a traditional nickname for West Point cadets. Worthy describes his journey to West Point, the many challenges he overcame both in his family and in the U.S. Army, including service in the front lines of Vietnam.
In the late 1940s, the doors to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point were closed to most young African-American men. The few who had attended the prestigious military academy before that were subjected to relentless abuse and few survived. Worthy took the chance of reaching out to U.S. Rep. John Dingell Sr., who had been a proud part of the New Deal in Washington, D.C. and was ready to unlock closed doors.
Colonel Clifford Worthy’s commitment to faith, family and service included his loving support of his son Mark, who was born with developmental disabilities at a time when the boy’s disabilities were not widely understood. That part of this memoir already is inspiring readers who share that long journey with loved ones who live with disabilities. Cliff talks to host Jim Fausone about life over 5 decades and the lessons he has learned.
One World Talks is a platform which speaks directly to the dogma of any faith that honors and believe in God, One World Talks challenges the interpretation of all faiths where the clergy may not be speaking to the congregation about the Environment. If you claim to be One with God and you are not One with Nature, then you are not One with God. God, Earth and Nature are as One. That union which promotes purpetual life cannot be separated at all. One World Talks challenges the existence of systemic racism in Environmental Sciences. You do not see Black or Brown people at any significant measure as Environmentalist. Our worlds are devistated and we cannot do anything about it..We live on the planet not in the ghetto. Anywhere on Earth is the Planet and we want to challenge why.
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