Friday, October 31, 2014

TanyaFree.com/Urban Views Weekly Poll

November 4th is Election Day. Virginia law now requires all voters to provide an acceptable form of photo ID at the polls. Voters arriving to the polls without photo ID will be required to vote a provisional ballot and will have until noon on the Friday after the election to deliver a copy of identification to their locality’s electoral board in order for their provisional ballot to be counted.

Did you know that a photo ID is now required to vote in Virginia? Do you have the proper ID?



 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Tanya Free and Friends Podcast on Demand

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WCLM1450AM in Central Virginia , WMXP  95.5 FM in Greenville ,SC ,AMFM 247Network Nationwide and streaming LIVE on Live365.com, Black Talk Radio Network and TanyaFree.com .Text TANYA FREE to 72727 to share your comment or opinion! Can’t listen Live? The podcast repeats Thursdays at 6pm on May We Help You? Radio Network.

This week’s topics include:

  • What needs to happen to deter school shootings and improve the safety of our students and teachers in America? Should parents bear some responsibility for violent acts of their children?
  • What does it mean to be Black or White? How do you define yourself? Let’s talk about it!


TanyaFree.com/Urban Views Weekly Poll

November 4th is Election Day. Virginia law now requires all voters to provide an acceptable form of photo ID at the polls. Voters arriving to the polls without photo ID will be required to vote a provisional ballot and will have until noon on the Friday after the election to deliver a copy of identification to their locality’s electoral board in order for their provisional ballot to be counted.

Do you know the voter ID requirements for your state?

Have You Had Your "SIP" For The Week?

 

 



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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

What next?

Is seems like not a month goes by without a report of a school shooting somewhere in America. The most recent involves a high school freshman in the state of Washington, who opened fire in a school cafeteria. Two people -- the gunman and two female students -- are dead with three  wounded, clinging to life at the time, according to authorities. Those wounded were all under the age of 18. The high capacity weapon used in the shooting has reportedly been traced to the shooter’s father.

After every massacre in a school, Americans grapple with how to improve school safety. What’s your take? What needs to happen to deter school shootings and improve the safety of our students and teachers in America? Should parents bear some responsibility for violent acts of their children?

Monday, October 27, 2014

The "SIP" with Coffee Black

Have you had your "SIP" for the week? The latest in Sports, Celebrity and Entertainment news! Check out "The Sip " Wednesdays on the Tanya Free and Friends Talk Show.
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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Princesses Drop F-Bombs to Support Feminism

A viral video featuring young girls between the ages 6 and 13 in princess costumes speaking out against sexual assault and gender inequality has drawn criticism from various organizations, some of whom believe that having young girls swear and discuss sexual assault is akin to child abuse. The video has grabbed the attention of a lot of people across the country, with many critics focusing less on the message and more on the controversial nature of the delivery. The director has stated that “the whole idea was using a bad word for a good cause to get people’s attention. The reason we did use the ‘F’ word is because we want people to focus on statistics like one out of five women will be raped or sexually assaulted in their lifetime, or the fact that women and men doing the exact same job, the woman gets paid 23 percent less than men. In 2014, that’s what’s shocking, not the ‘F’ word.”

What’s Your Take? How do you feel about the use of young girls in this campaign? Has the message been obscured by nature of the delivery?

Viewer discretion is advised.(Language)

 

Friday, October 24, 2014

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Thursday, October 23, 2014

TanyaFree.com/Urban Views Weekly Poll

Facebook and Apple will now pay for women to freeze eggs. The tech giants will reportedly offer up to $20,000 in benefits for female employees to preserve their fertility. When successful, egg freezing allows women to put their fertility on hold until they’re ready to become parents. Opponents believe the practice could limit women’s choices by making them feel required to delay childbearing in order to keep their jobs or excel at their work.


What’s Your Take? Is egg freezing a good idea?



 

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Tanya Free and Friends Podcast

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE!

WCLM1450AM in Central Virginia, WMXP  95.5 FM in Greenville ,SC ,AMFM 247Network Nationwide and streaming LIVE on Live365.com,Black Talk Radio Network and TanyaFree.com. Can’t listen Live? The podcast  repeats Thursdays at 6pm on May We Help You? Radio Network. Listen on the go. Download the FREE LIVE 365 app.


This week’s topics include:

  • President Obama has appointed Ron Klain as his new  Ebola Response Coordinator or ’Czar’. Klain has served as chief of staff to both Vice President Biden and former Vice President Al Gore.  Do you think Ron Klain is the right person for the job? Should we be concerned that that our new Ebola Czar isn’t a doctor?
  • A ten year old Pennsylvania boy is being held in the Wayne County Correctional Facility and charged as an adult with criminal homicide, after admitting that he killed a ninety year old woman. Do you agree with the decision to hold this child in an adult correctional facility and to face trial as an adult.
  • Every major poll shows Republicans are favored to take control of the Senate and keep their majority in the House of Representatives
  • Raven Symone and African American and Gay labeling.

 

TanyaFree.com/Urban Views Weekly Poll


Facebook and Apple will now pay for women to freeze eggs. The tech giants will reportedly offer up to $20,000 in benefits for female employees to preserve their fertility. When successful, egg freezing allows women to put their fertility on hold until they’re ready to become parents. Opponents believe the practice could limit women’s choices by making them feel required to delay childbearing in order to keep their jobs or excel at their work.

What’s Your Take? Is egg freezing a good idea?

Have You Had Your Sip For The Week?
 

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Tanya Free and Friends Rewards Program

Tanya Free and Friends Rewards Program

The Sip with Coffee Black

Have you had your "SIP" for the week? The latest in Sports, Celebrity and Entertainment news! Check out "The Sip " Wednesdays on the Tanya Free and Friends Talk Show.
Find me on Twitter @coffeeblacksip and Like my Facebook page