NEW ORLEANS (JSC) — What’s up everybody. The push to Episode 50 continues after a brief hiatus. First and foremost, my apologies for being gone the last few weeks. I was down in New Orleans for the National Association of Black Journalists Convention — it was an amazing success BTW — but after three weeks, the People’s Podcast is back in business and just in time for more of the fresh hell that has engulfed this country.
Episode 47 talks about the terrible incident in Charlottesville, and the fallout from it that includes the perversion of “Free Speech” and this country’s continued clutching onto the Confederacy — you know, the LOSING side in the Civil War. The latter being a subject that is sadly familiar to this site.
A New Episode drops every week — usually on Thursday or Friday.
Coming up on Episode No. 47 of JSC Radio:
- My Thoughts on the violence in Charlottesville.
- How Journalistic “Balance” doesn’t equal Objectivity.
- How “Free Speech” is being turned into a shield for racists and bigots
- Confederate Flags and Statues continue to be a scourge on the American landscape.
- The stupidity of using “Erasing History” as an excuse for leaving the monuments to racism up.
- Silently protesting during the national anthem is apparently as bad or worse than being a literal Nazi in 2017.
- Shannon Sharpe keeps spitting that hot fire and has become the JSC Radio Spirit animal.
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Until Next Time, That’s The Way It Is. Friday, August 18, 2017.
Take Care, God Bless, Always Dare to Be Different, and G.O.M.A.B. Σ