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MORNING MINUTE: Down On Her Knees, Dangerous Trump Supporters, Sick Kitty


8/28/15- Click the link above to hear Comedian Chris Paul dish on which famous reality star is getting paid for a new video that leaked, why Donald Trump supporters are dangerous and what happens when an angry woman brings a sick kitty to bed. 19 more words

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Hurricane Katrina; A Personal Memoire

It was so different back then.   No Twitter, no Facebook, there weren’t even any Smart phones.  So when news of the storm hit while we were taping our TV show in Los Angeles, we found out the old fashioned way…on the news. 834 more words

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TOP OF THE MORNING: School Shootings, Racist With The Stars


8/28/15- It’s supposed to be a happy Friday but with the amount of bad news going on in the world, it’s hard to stay uplifted. Click the link above to hear the news about the school shootings in Georgia and and Mississippi and who the latest star is to dance with… 23 more words

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After The Storm: A Hurricane Katrina Survivor Speaks [PHOTOS]

Sivi Domango, 44, was the Dean of Students/Assistant Principal at the New Orleans Charter Middle School in New Orleans when she heard reports of Hurricane Katrina’s imminent landfall. 1,075 more words

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After The Storm: A Hurricane Katrina Survivor Speaks [PHOTOS]

Sivi Domango, 44, was the Dean of Students/Assistant Principal at the New Orleans Charter Middle School in New Orleans when she heard reports of Hurricane Katrina’s imminent landfall. 1,075 more words

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10 Years After Katrina, Are We Doing Better?

Yes, we’re still here. There’s no more waters flooding the city, drowning people in their own homes. No more human beings on top the rooftops after digging a hole through their homes to escape the rising waters, 20 feet in some areas of the city. 754 more words

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10 Years After Katrina, Are We Doing Better?

Yes, we’re still here. There’s no more waters flooding the city, drowning people in their own homes. No more human beings on top the rooftops after digging a hole through their homes to escape the rising waters, 20 feet in some areas of the city. 754 more words

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