Dennis Hof talks about him possibly running for United States Senate. Dennis also speaks about his campaign platform and explains why he wants to run for Senate. Dennis explains how he became a minister.
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Jimmy McMillan speaks about his upcoming eviction. Jimmy explains how his lawyers failed him; which led to him being evicted. According to Jimmy he was spending his time keeping others from being evicted and now he is being evicted.
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The difference between wanting justice and anarchy seems to be the sentiment in Ferguson right now. The grand jury spent 25 days of reviewing evidence; separating fact from fiction. None of us will know exactly what happened that day between Michael Brown and Darren Wilson, but the people who witnessed it should have been more honest about what they saw. Bob McCulloch,Ferguson prosecutor stated “eye-witnesses to the shooting had inconsistencies with the physical evidence. He added that ‘some were completely refuted by the physical evidence”. It is unfortunate that the pursuit of truth and justice were ignored by individuals who wanted 15 minutes of fame through media and social media.
Michael Brown Sr’s, Attorney: Benjamin Crump called the procedure of the grand jury “a ‘broken process’ and blamed the ‘symbiotic relationship’ of police and prosecutors for failing to do justice.” I don’t understand how the process can be considered an injustice of sorts, when witness stories were not consistent. The real losers to me are individuals who value chaos and anarchy more than they do justice and peace. No good will come out of looting, killing and destroying things within Ferguson.
Dr Jeffrey Arnett explains who millennials are and why they are called millennials. Dr Arnett talks about his latest poll that millennials are happier than baby boomers. Dr Arnett explains how millennials want to help the world.
Rone George explains why it is important to have health care coverage, especially during this Ebola situation. Rone explains the right of refusal laws in 2015 that will affect you if you don’t have insurance.
discusses her experiences with Ebola and how it spread from the jungles of Africa. Dr. Stone also explains that the stigma of this virus caused it to spread further. Dr. Stone tells of her involvements with Ebola in Liberia and how the cases were dealt with by this country. Dr. Stone also speaks about her book Konkai: Living Between Two Worlds.
Speak About The Misguided Boycott Of Tiana Donut Shop. Tiana Ramos, Who Has A Talent For Baking Sophisticated Pastries And An Affection For The Glamour Of 1950’s Pin-Up Girls. Armed With A Business Plan And A Commitment From Investors Who Also Believed In Her Dream, Tiana Opened Naughty Girls Donut Shop. It Was A Triumph Of Youthful Enthusiasm And Dogged Determination. The Name Of The Shop Has Proven To Be Controversial, However, And A Strong Conservative Alliance Group In The Town Is Threatening To Lead A Boycott.
This week Erik talks about new movie releases, Gone Girl with Ben Affleck, Annabelle based on the doll introduced in the Conjuring, Jason Wrightmen’s new movie Men, Women and Children and lastly Left Behind with Nicolas Cage.
October 1, 2014, 5:14 minutes.
Jesse talks about Hyrule Warriors and what makes the Dynasty Warriors cross over so popular. He then explains how the Official Hyrule Warriors Strategy Guide by Prima can improve you game play. October 1, 2014, 5:25 minutes.
Jesse tells us what you can you forward to in the Official Super Smash Brothers 3DS Prima Strategy Guide and how it will improve your gaming experience. October 3, 2014, 5:13 minutes.
Bruce Carter talks about his involvement in the Campaign4Education.org. His interest in focusing on life skills for children 8 to 17. Making the value of your life mean something. Interviewed May 28, 2014. 21:37 minutes.
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