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Occupy NYC Is Back And They Want $1 Billion To Leave!

Occupy NYC Is Back And They Want $1 Billion Or They Aren't Leaving The occupation began last Tuesday, ahead of the city’s 1 July budget deadline, when a group of about 100 protesters parked themselves outside City Hall. In just a week, the protest has grown dramatically in size and also changed in strategy – with some activists now saying they will continue to camp out at the park past the budget deadline. The protest – dubbed Occupy City Hall – quickly became a well-oiled operation. By night, veteran organizers and first-time activists slept on a small patch of grass or spread out over tarps and blankets across the park

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Confusion in America

Everyone in America is trying how to figure out to say, what can I do, people are confused. If we could humble ourselves and repent to Jesus, we can finally all come together in the body of Christ.

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Guest: Jessi Melton, Candidate For Congress – FL#22

Jessi Melton is trying to win a Congressional seat in Florida's 22nd district. She is a pro-Trump supporter and wants to make a difference. "You’ve got to do what it takes to make God’s truth ring louder in your head than the voice of a man. Otherwise, when someone says it can’t be done, you’ll listen...every David needs a Goliath anyway."

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Guest: Burgess Owens, Candidate For Congress UT04

Burgess Owens is a former University of Miami and NFL star who travels the country delivering a message of optimism, hope, and unity. He spent his childhood growing up in the Deep South during a time when the barriers of segregation were being torn down.

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Guest: Pastor Darrell Scott

Advisor to Pres. Trump @PastorDScott Pastor Darrell Scott has doubled down on his support for President Donald Trump, reviving his belief that he is the “most pro-black president” ever. “I’ll say it again, this president — and I’ve lived under 12 presidential administrations, I was born during Eisenhower’s administration — this president has been the most pro-black president in my lifetime,” he said. "