The White Fallen State (Wed, Jul 31, 2019)
Marianne Williamson Pushes MESS
Clip (CNN) Marianne Williamson: The Flint water crisis is "part of the dark underbelly of American society"
That’s Oprah’s woman.
She said Trump gutted the clean water act, but the Flint water crisis started in 2014. POC areas suffer, because they’re run by corrupt POC people including the commoners.
Sex and the City Writer Regrets No Kids
(Daily Mail) Sex and the City writer Candace Bushnell, 60, admits she regrets choosing a career over having children as she is now 'truly alone'
The TV series is based on a writer who chooses independence over motherhood
I had JUST talked about this on my show when I was reading Whispers on the Whisper app!
I was kinda taught wrong about sex, etc.
One thing about leading a sheltered life, when you come out of that shelter, you get pelted.
I didn’t talk about this, but I was thinking about the guy who quit Christianity after writing “I Kissed Dating Goodbye,” saying I wasn’t that kind of Christian, but in a sense I was.
Caller Log courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Fisher from Idaho answers the biblical question. James mentions how we’ve all been taught right from wrong yet aren’t able to live it. He recalls being taught right from wrong but it still wasn't exactly “right”.
SKIP MCBURNEY wants a bday shoutout for his girlfriend. They get into it a bit about the snake in the grass comment
Mike from San Antonio touches on white history and Cassius Clay the boxer and the father.
Maze from Ohio is wondering what James meant when he called Marianne Williamson as “Oprah’s Girl”. James mentions that Williamson has been on the Oprah show multiple times and is touted as Oprah’s spiritual advisor according to some sources. She wonders why “y’all keep talking about race riots”. Maze asks about Bill Lockwood. They get into slavery and the notion that any white blood in blacks comes from slaves which James challenges.
Mike from San Diego touches on his life and how he grew up in a rural area. James wonders how much he was exposed to blacks growing up. In the early 2000’s he remembers drive bys, prostitutes and a generally rough surrounding. Mike wonders what the real definition of white is. James struggles himself with Italians being called white but he knows “white hispanics” definitely aren’t. Mike goes on to mention that white Americans came from Britain specifically.
George from New York wonders if you can have morality without religion. James ponders a bit… He isn’t sure but he remarks that God must have a “true religion” in a sense. He goes on to describe the part of the bible that describes people “following the law of the heart” which to James is proof you don’t have to know the name of the religion you can just live it. George was raised Catholic but rejected it all due to the hypocrisy he saw. They touch on Candace Bushnell and how she recently admitted how she feels lonely ever since she chose her career over motherhood.
Ben from Oregon thinks that no sex before marriage is crazy. He doesn’t know how he will ever find a woman into him like that. James comments that it's up to him to enforce that in his life and he might find that there are others out there like him.
Gabrielle from Pasadena is wondering about what exactly white people are? Her question comes after hearing the moment on Jesse’s show over Italians and whites. James urges her not to lose the point over trying to be exact.