The guys come back together to rant about the media not having the guts to ask the hard questions and why are they still fearful of their jobs at the Whitehouse? We jump into the amazing pursuit by women to gain political office to make the changes instead of waiting for Change.
4 Your Eyes Only plunges deep into J. Cole's soul. You can clearly hear it in his voice - pleading testifying, on the verge of cracking. At Center stage with no featured guest, The North Carolina rapper speaks out on social ills, black lives and doing the right thing in a world of wrong.
We plunge into this amazing artist with a old hip hop head and a Generation X perspective. Sean and I give props to a hip hop artist with a CD well made We revisit this because of the new release of the new K.O.D
On this episode, Chaz takes us down his path and obstacles to get to his point in his life currently. He takes us through the process and transition from employed to unemployed to being employed again. A great Segway to starting our series of millennials that went through different hardships during their younger years to get to a point in their life to make a decision about their future. Financial and academically.
This episode Chaz and I welcome a special guest to speak about the unsexy life of insurance. We were approached by a member of the welcome to the wall crew, and asked, what are good options for life insurance as a young millennial. Chaz and I reached out to super agent Jeremy Goodrich from Shine insurance to fill us in on the unsexiness of insurance and what we don't know and what we should know. We discuss options with Life insurance, investments and the little things we missed without talking to an expert.
Term Life - Term pays only if death occurs during the term of the policy
(1 - 30 years)
Whole Life - Whole pays a death benefit whenever you die. even if you live to 100
Universal Life - UL the excess of premium payments above the current cost of insurance
is credited to the cash value of the policy
Variable Universal Life - VUL is a permanent life insurance policy with an investment component. The policy has a cash value account, which is invested in a number of sub-accounts
On this podcast I sit down with a talented artist, illustrator and community activist Marcus "The Visual" Williams. We discuss his independent comics and artwork and how he promotes it to children. Also we Geek out about the new Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A long time lover of video games, comic art, and all things animated, I’ve dedicated my young artistic years to fine tuning my illustration muscles by way of freelancing. Over fifteen years later, I’m catching my stride and still ever growing in hopes of being a well rounded illustrator.
Stationed in Atlanta Ga, I spend most of my time toiling away late nights on everything from illustrating children’s books, comic art, to random character commissions and more. A proud father of two, I somehow manage to steal enough time to create loads of artwork and check homework. I’m excited about the direction my comic properties are heading in, and I look forward to creating more forms of visual entertainment and stories to enjoy
We start with Black History month and the Black Panther movie. Then we speak to this week senseless shooting in a school and we get into the conversation again with Gun control and mental health. And the dangers of arming teachers and other nonsense.
The team gets together and discuss the second potential government shut down, the immigration issue that seems to not have an immediate compromise for. We touch the options of moving out of the US and the consequences.
Tonight we really get into the most spineless unnecessary actions the democrats have done in quite some time. Shutting down the government and opening it with nothing in hand to negotiate with. also the numerous political shenanigans in one freakin week. including the deputy FBI director stepping down and a reckless memo the congress voted to release.
Alicia and I return with our review of the critically acclaimed series insecure by Issa Rae. We took a minute to get to look at this amazing series because of the many new and interesting shows coming out this year but we really missed another great season Issa Rae has created. Check out our thoughts of this outstanding AfricanAmerican HBO series.
Tarik created the Negast footwear to pay homage to some of our most powerful ancestor. Always having the one for design, Tarik feels representing our ancestor in our designer clothes is the symbolism that can turn our whole community around. In this interview we get into the grind behind finding the right designers and how important it is to pass our businesses do generations