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“The Biggest threat in this country are white men” on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


CNN’s Don Lemon said it just a couple of weeks ago, that the “biggest terror threat in this country are white men” and Thursday morning in CA a 28 year-old ex-marine vet walked into a bar and grill on country music night and killed twenty eight individuals, some of whom were college students.

Lemon went on to say the “evidence is overwhelming” and that the statement is true”. So we’re going to put emotions aside and look at the cold hard facts on “Conversations Of A Sistah“.

Lemon went on to say “We don’t need to worry about people who are thousands of miles away. The biggest threats are homegrown. The facts prove that.” and “yes” unfortunately it does.

Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Siistah” for her commentary “Are white men the biggest terror threat in this country?”

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Are Women Still making list of their expectations in a Man? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Are Women still making list of the type of men they want to marry?

A man who is charming, sexy, kind, sensitive, excellent qualities, great sense of humor, a 7 figure salary, compassionate, tall, dark, handsome, no kids, no drama, etc., etc. and some women can go on and on especially when they’re asked to describe what they’re looking for in a significant other.

Some women desire to marry a man who has it all according to their list but is this list an unrealistic expectation?

Superficial, impractical or absurd, are women destined to remain single having these types of list and hopes for reality?

Join us at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” with our host Ms. Tracy L. Bell for her commentary on the question: Are Women still making list of the type of men they want to marry?

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The Racial Divide & The Upcoming Midterm Election Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


President Trump has undoubtedly sown racial division in this country by fueling anxiety over race with white supremacist who are putting action to his rhetoric. Trump is returning to the inflammatory playbook that helped lift him to victory nearly two years ago, waging a campaign of fear and racial division in an effort to save his party’s majorities in Congress. With just six days left before the midterm elections, Trump is amplifying a dark vision of what the country could look like if Democrats gain control in Congress. At campaign rallies, on Twitter and in his public commentary, he has issued urgent – if groundless – warnings about terrorists at the border, a socialist takeover and rampant crime.

In the meantime, a white racist national walked into a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA and killed 12 people during worship. The attack is believed to be the deadliest on the Jewish community in US history. Then over in Kentucky a white man entered a Kroger’s supermarket and shot and killed a black man and woman after trying to enter a predominantly black church nearby. These incidents were hate crimes!

Join us tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio with Host Tracy L. Bell for her commentary on “The Racial Divide & The Upcoming 2018 Midterms

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Border Separation has chilling historical echoes of slavery… Tonight on ‘Conversation Of A Sistah’


The Trump administration decided to work around the time restriction imposed by courts, by no longer treating families as units at these borders. Therefore parents are detained and children are “put into foster care or wherever,” in the infamously blasé words of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly. Now images of these children sleeping on mats placed on the floor inside of a cage is heart breaking when shown around the country.

As with much of the administration’s actions, it’s difficult to parse how much of this policy is a new moral low for the country and how much of it builds on historical precedent.

As is generally the case, the answer is both.

Forced separation of families was, of course, central to the American regime of slavery. In a system that allowed for hereditary enslavement, children were transformed into property at birth.

As the system of human trafficking grew over the early 19th century, children were regularly sold away from their families for both economic and punitive reasons. Supporters of slavery dismissed moral arguments against this separation, asserting that black people lacked the emotional capacity to truly feel the pain of losing a child or parent.

This historical fact seems to be repeated as we see the Trump administration’s policies regarding immigrants and the U.S. border.

Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST onConversations Of A Sistahvia Blog Talk Radio for her commentary on “The chilling historical echoes of Slavery in the border separation of immigrant families”

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Religious Belief or Discrimination? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple on the basis of his religious beliefs.

Critics argue the baker’s decision to deny service based on a couple’s sexual orientation is discriminatory, and therefore illegal. But religious freedom advocates say the baker has every right to not bake a cake that goes against his religious beliefs, and a private business should be free to refuse service to anyone. Is this considered discriminatory?

Critics argue businesses are not legally allowed to discriminate, so why should this case be any different? Could a business refuse to bake a cake for a black couple? No. So why shouldn’t same-sex couples be allowed the same protection?

You’re free to believe whatever you want, but you’re not free to refuse service to someone because of who they are. In this case, the baker is refusing service to the gay couple because of who they are. They are engaging in a gay marriage ceremony because they are gay men who want to get married. It’s fundamentally about who they are as people. Is this is discrimination, plain and simple?

Freedom of speech and freedom of religion do not exempt business owners from public accommodations laws, which require them to serve customers equally. However, the Supreme Court ruled in the bakery owners favor.

Tune in tonight at 6:30 p.m. est with host, Tracy L. Bell on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio. Use “all links” in this post to access the show.

Not everyone is in favor of same sex unions, on that note, we welcome your opinion.