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  • 02:59

    Citizen Trump

    in Politics Progressive

    On the February 5, 2024 episode of Liberal Dan Radio, Citizen Trump loses in the DC Court of Appeals. We will review the ruling and who Conservatives seem to have a problem with English Comprehension. We will also cover other news fo the day. And, as always, if time allows, we will do some response videos as well.Tune in live at 8PM Central on Liberal Dan Radio, Talk From The Left, That’s Right. 
    Listening live? You can also watch Twitch! You can comment on the show thread at liberaldan.com, on the Liberal Dan Radio Facebook page, and @liberaldanradio on Twitter. Also, check out the Liberal Dan Radio Minicast. You can become a Liberal Dan Radio Patreon. If you don’t feel like a subscription, you can also Buy Me A Cider.
    “Hypocrite of the Week” – Music: If I Had a Chicken – Kevin MacLeod

  • 03:14

    Beyond the MainStream

    in Politics

    Join us tonight to discuss the issues that concern ALL US citizens.  The unity party are turning our country into a 3rd world s*^t hole.  Come on in and meet some good patriots from all over the USA.  Call in 347-324-3752

  • 00:35

    A chat with Allan Wall, blogger on US-Mexico issues

    in Politics

    Guest:   Allan Wall, blogger on US-Mexico issues......the US-Mexico border and other stories........
    Please check our blog or.................
    See Carlos Guedes' schedule........

  • 00:34

    National Association of Black Military Women involved in advocacy

    in Military

    Marine Gunnery Sergeant Tweila Rochell-Cauthen discusses her military experiences and the role of the National Association of Black Military Women, advocating for the service academies to boost the number of minorities admitted so that the number of black officers increases. NABMW filed with the US Supreme Court supporting military academies to use race as a factor in admissions to increase black officers. She talks to host Jim Fausone about the value of military service and the benefits of diversity.

  • 01:00

    TS Radio Network: Guardianship "Australia's Kiara's Law"

    in Politics

    United States Friday Feb 23,2024  7pm central
    Australia Saturday Feb 24, 2024  12pm AEDT, 11.30am South Australia
    Tonight Mathilda will update us on the shenanigans in South Australia and her quest for justice and reform in Australia's guardianship arena. 
    She will introduce the new campaign “Kiara’s Law” and how our vulnerable are being snatched, Australia-wide, by the collusive actions of tribunals and the Adult Safeguarding Unit. The Adult Safeguarding Unit, as Matt believes, is modelled on the 50-60’s Eastern European Stasti police state, operating as a secret chamber of unknown public servants who have been legally allowed to kidnap vulnerable Australians, without any ramifications or access to real justice.
      Others from AASGAA plan to talk about recent cases and the new EPOA register/laws that do not stop elder abuse. They believe it is designed to hand over more power to the State and until these matters are heard in proper courts where the rules of evidence, access to justice, and transparency exist, nothing will be achieved. 
    The State and Territories are just accumulating more and more power. The imbalance of power between the individual and the State in Australia is growing every day.

  • 00:58

    How Much More Injustices Can A Prisoner And Family Suffer In U.S. Penal System

    in National

    Call In. Listen In and/or Join the discussion, every Monday, 2023 at 5:30 pm  (EDT).  Call In Number (657) 383-1630.  Join us Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 6:30 pm (EDT) Call In Number (657) 383-1630.
    Hello everyone, I am Melissa Eberling, Co-Host for Blog Talk Radio/ Shedding Light, Founder of A Warrior Within US Project. Today we will speak with advocate Christine Villa of Michigan and Mohamed Aljazairy of Northern Virginia whose brother Mustafa is being held in solitary confinement in Prince William County Jail for 11 months, He's not been getting the state mandated 4 hours out, he's been assaulted, harassed and most recently deprived of even his mattress, commissary & communications.. The effects of solitary are known to be devistating. Without proper oversight and non biased investigation where does one turn when those created to protect- don't protect. Coast to coast The Department of Corrections is in headlines with violations and abuse, alledged cover ups and corruption. Just how deep could the corruption go...
    All previous and current scheduled shows can be found on the Blog Talk Shedding Light site at:https://www.blogtalkradio.com/sheddinglight

  • 02:01

    Dr. V. Issa White

    in Elections

    Dr. V. Issa White for Congress 

  • 01:07

    Benjamin Herold

    in Politics Progressive

    Benjamin Herold is a technology reporter at Education Week, where he has profiled teen hackers, led an award-winning investigation into the nation’s online charter schools and detailed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s multi-billion dollar foray into publication education. Prior to joining Education Week in 2013, Herold covered the Philadelphia school district for WHYY public radio and the Philadelphia Public School Notebook, winning first-place awards from the Education Writers Association as the nation’s top education beat reporter (2012) and for his feature reporting on Philadelphia’s mass school closings (2013). Before becoming a journalist, Herold worked as a policy researcher, an independent documentary filmmaker and a training specialist for rape-crisis and domestic-violence-prevention organizations.
    Benjamin has a master’s degree in urban education from Temple University in Philadelphia, where he currently lives with his family. With a Spencer Fellowship, Herold plans to take an in-depth look at the changing face of opportunity in America’s suburban public schools, chronicling how school districts and families alike are responding to sweeping demographic and economic shifts and exploring what such choices mean for the long-term future of traditional public education.

  • 03:12

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to the Thurs. Feb. 22, 2024 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This episode features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the role of the International Court of Justice in the Palestinian crisis; Somalia and Turkey have signed a security agreement; Burkina Faso represents a new political trend in Africa among the Alliance of Sahel States; and Ghana teachers are protesting the 2-tier pay system. In the second and third hours we continue our African American History Month series with a focus on Malcolm X during 1964.

  • 00:21

    The Murderers Of Brianna Ghey Get Their Sentencing -

    in Politics

    The girl and boy who murdered 16-year-old Brianna Ghey will be jailed until they "no longer present a danger" to the public, a judge has told them during their sentencing.
    The killers, both 16, who were named for the first time earlier today, had denied murder and blamed each other for the attack on Brianna, which was described as "horrific" by detectives.
    Scarlett Jenkinson and Eddie Ratcliffe were aged 15 when they carried out their "disturbing" plan to murder her in a "frenzied and ferocious" attack with a hunting knife.
    Jenkinson was jailed for at least 22 years and Ratcliffe for a minimum of 20 years. They will be transferred to adult prisons when they turn 18.

  • 01:07

    The Task is to transform society

    in Politics Progressive

    The task is to transform society. Only the people can do that not heroes, not celebrities not star,. ONLY SOCIETY CAN TRANSFORM SOCIETY,  

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