All posts tagged: Dark Places

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The Dr. Laurie Roth Show: February 11-15

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive:  http://therothshow.com On The Dr. Laurie Roth show February 11 – February 15 Monday, February 11 Hour #1 Weekly segment with Sher Zieve Sher Zieve is an author and political commentator. Zieve’s op-ed columns are widely carried by multiple internet journals and sites, and she also writes hard news. Her columns have also appeared in The Oregon Herald, Dallas Times, Sacramento Sun, in international news publications, and on multiple university websites. Sher is also a guest on multiple national radio shows. Hour #2 Weekly segment with Ted and Whalid Shoebat Ted and Whalid Shoebat – Father and son experts and authors on Islam, Middle east and prophesy.  http://shoebat.com/shoebat-foundation/who-is-walid/ Hour #3   Joan Swirsky – Award winning former writer for the New York Times, author and commentator Tuesday, February 12 Hour #1 I Q Al Rassooli – Expert on Islam and its history.  Born and raised in Iraq, Arabic is native language and calls each week from an undisclosed location in Europe.  His life has been …

Crime Wire: Debra Gauthier, Part II

You can hear Crime Wire Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE: CLICK HERE We’re pleased to welcome back Debra Gauthier, author of Bright Lights, Dark Places. Debra was our guest on October 2nd and we ran out of time before she could complete her story. She was one of the first female patrol officers hired under the same standards as men on the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. She spent 21 years on the force, leaving it in 2001. During her tenure she faced down suspects who were high on PCP, had high-speed chases into oncoming traffic and used her martial arts skills to subdue burly men. But not all of Debra’s battles while working as a police officer were with criminals. She sometimes faced discrimination in the male-dominated profession, suffering demotions and unsafe working conditions when other officers would not provide backup. Tonight Debra will tell us about the types of discrimination she encountered and how she dealt with them. Little could stand in Debra Gauthier’s …

Crime Wire: Bright Lights, Dark Places author, Debra Gauthier

You can hear Crime Wire Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE: CLICK HERE Little could stand in Debra Gauthier’s way. A marathon runner, Debra excelled in the Police Academy, garnering respect as one of the few female police officers in Las Vegas. However, through her twenty-one years on the police force, Debra faced discrimination in the male-dominated profession, suffering demotions and unsafe working conditions when other officers would not provide backup. In addition to the disappointment of injustice, she struggled with her sexuality, becoming entrenched in a homosexual lifestyle. After establishing an identity as a respected police officer, Debra was devastated when her career crumbled. Bright Lights, Dark Places thoughtfully expresses the painful reality of combating biased attitudes and the joy that comes from surpassing limitations. Packed with fascinating stories of a vibrant career, from teaching at the academy to pioneering a bicycle patrol, Bright Lights, Dark Places gives you an inside look at the career of one of the first female officers in …