The US is brazenly throwing accusations of crimes against humanity at other nations. Slavery, forced labor, systemic oppression, and genocide. Like we did with the legal…
This week’s topics include:
•The year was 1968 and “SAY IT LOUD, I’M BLACK AND I’M PROUD” by the Godfather of Soul James Brown was Number 1 on the charts for six weeks. What present day and songs from yesteryear had a positive effect on our community and society as a whole?
•Brian Williams may have a hard time retaining his popularity with viewers considering the results of a survey regarding the news anchor’s false claims to have been on a helicopter shot down by enemy fire in Iraq. What’s Your Take? Should Brian Williams continue in the role of managing editor and anchor of NBC Nightly News after his six month suspension?
•Remarks by President Barack Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday comparing the barbaric actions of ISIS to those of medieval Christian crusaders have drawn ire from his critics on the right.
•An Atlanta barber shop has come up with an interesting method to discipline misbehaving kids. The owner Russell Frederick offers calls the special haircut the “grown up kids special” which leaves the child looking like an old man, bald on top with close cut sides.
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