Colin Flaherty was invited on SHOT 97 (Live & Direct) and quickly became defensive and angry due to STAR’s well-presented questions. After feeling disarmed, silly and trapped Colin chose the cowards way out and hung up the phone before things really got thick.

Colin Flaherty is the author of Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it — An Amazon #1 Best Seller. As a writer, Colin’s other offerings have appeared in more than 1000 news outlets, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, Boston Globe and others.

Colin Flaherty has won more than 50 journalism awards, including Best Investigative Reporting from the San Diego Press Club for a story that resulted in the release of a black man from state prison after Flaherty’s story showed he was unjustly accused convicted of trying to kill his white girl friend. Colin is a contributing writer to American Thinker, Front Page Magazine, Breitbart and other media platforms.

Troi Torain aka STAR is the most objective voice in media today and in 2011 he was inducted into News One’s “Top 20 Best Black Radio Jockeys Of All Time.” As an objectivist, Atheist and independent voter STAR is known to push the limits of religion, philosophy and rational thinking. Acute observations between sexes, races and classes are at the fore of Star’s much-renowned drive and commentary. His “style of no style” makes him appear to be just like any man and yet like no other man that you know.

Torain made the national stage on MTV’s Beat Suite (1999) but it was his radio show (Star & Buc Wild) on New York’s Hot 97 & Power 105 that secured his place in media history. STAR’s resume also includes Atlantic Records, WEA, Virgin Records, Round The Globe Music, The Source magazine, Pulse 87, Power 99, Hip-Hop Weekly magazine, Vladtv,, 100.3 The Beat, VH1 (The Gossip Game), and Stop The Police.

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Eugenics is the belief and practice which aims at improving the genetic quality of the human population. It is a social philosophy advocating the improvement of human genetic traits through the promotion of higher reproduction of people with desired traits (positive eugenics), or reduced reproduction and or sterilization of people with less-desired or undesired traits (negative eugenics), or both.

The eugenics movement reached a climax in Nazi Germany where a state policy of racial hygiene based on eugenic principles led to the Holocaust and the murder by the German state of at least 10 million people. In the decades following World War II, with the institution of human rights, many countries gradually abandoned eugenics policies, although some Western countries, among them Sweden and the US, continued to carry out forced sterilizations for several decades.