The Arizona Cardinals began free agency with some good news and some losses. Chandler Jones is getting a five-year monster deal. Jermaine is getting a four-year deal. However, they are losing Tony Jefferson to the Baltimore Ravens and Calais Campbell to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Hosts Jess and Seth break down what each move means and how much they will miss Campbell and Jefferson.
After that, Seth gives his takes from thr NFL Scouting Combine. Who stood out and who should be players of interest for Cardinals fans?
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We review the disappointing 2016 draft and see how we'd redo it with most of the season complete. Who are we really worried about, and who has impressed enough to move up?
With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux).
Tonight on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report... What is in Vault 7? Doe anyone really have a clue at this early stage of the investigation? Join us tonight at 7:00pm EST for a half hour of news, analysis and commentary, live from Hagmann HQ with father/son investigative team, Douglas J Hagmann and Joe Hagmann. At 7:30pm EST we are pleased to welcome back to to the Hagmann Report, citizen journalist and founder of the Citizens Audit, Mr Andrew Kerr. Andrew has appeared regularly with the Hagmanns since the election. His work uncovering the serious financial questions surrounding David Brock and Media Matters is truly pioneering within the blogosphere line of inquiry. At 8:00pm EST, we are excited to welcome The Third Hagmann, long time friend of the program, Mr Steve Quayle: prolific writer, radio host, godfather of the preparedness movement and founder of the mega-site, stevequayle.com.
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Jordan is joined by The Live Feed Correspondents (Alex Kidwell, Brent Wolgamott, Melissa Deni and Taran Armstrong) to hold their Big Brother Canada 5 Fantasy Draft. After the undefeated defending champion Taran explains the rules for the draft the each take turns picking three players that they believe have the best shot at winning the season. You can find a full list of everyone's team here.
Join us LIVE after the BBCAN5 Premiere Wednesday March 15th at 10PM Eastern / 7PM Pacific. Don't forget to Subscribe to the RHAPpy Hour to make sure you never miss an episode!
PWTorch editor Wade Keller and PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill discuss with callers the Mick Foley-Stephanie McMahon and Triple H-Seth Rollins angles, the Roman Reigns crowd response, and other WrestleMania 33 developments, along with some reaction to some "Bring It To the Table" comments on Twitter. Also some emails and other topics covered.
Amy and Haley are joined by Angela Bloom to recap The Bachelor Season 21 Finale and After the Final Rose, as Nick Viall proposes in Finland and reunites with the final two women before Rachel Lindsay embarks on her journey as The Bachelorette.
In this podcast, they talk about:
Raven and Vanessa's family visits with Nick's parents, Bella, and other siblings Nick's date with Raven in Finland, including skating and husky puppies Nick's date with Vanessa in Finland, including horseback riding and a visit to Santa Claus Nick's visit with Neal Lane to pick out a ring Nick's rejection of Raven and her reaction Nick's proposal to Vanessa The After the Final Rose segments with Raven, Nick and Vanessa General sentiments after the finale The surprise 'historic event' at After the Final Rose with Rachel meeting four contestants from her upcoming season Dean and his horrible opening line to Rachel Nick's upcoming appearance on Dancing with the Stars Nick and Vanessa's appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Jade and Tanner's baby news Raven appearing on Bachelor in Paradise Predictions about Nick and Vanessa's future success as a couple Amy and Haley provide the final Draft Scores for the season (Jordan wins in a landslide, with Haley in second, and Amy in third) and answer listener questions and emails with Angela. Follow Scorekeeper George on Twitter (@GeorgeCTV) for full draft point details.
Follow Amy (@RHAPrecapper) Haley (@hstrong_) and Angela (@angpalaggi) on Twitter and share your thoughts in the comments! And be sure to subscribe to robhasawebsite.com/rhapups to catch upcoming Dancing with the Stars podcasts featuring Angela Bloom as co-host!
We are in the second month of a new President who is building a new national security team. He and his team come to their positions with a very different view of the world and America's place in it than their predecessors had.
What direction will they take our nation? What role should realism, alliances, and the requirement to anchor all to a strategic discipline focused on the long term interests of our nation have on the decisions they make?
What do his initial steps and the people so far on his team tell us about where we are going? How may we may have to rethink the basic organizing concepts for America’s role in the world?
Our guest for the full hour to discuss this an related issues will be Frank Hoffman.
Frank is a Distinguished Research Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University.
He formerly directed the NDU Press operations which includes the journals Joint Force Quarterly and PRISM. From August of 2009 to June 2011, he served in the Department of the Navy as a senior executive as the Senior Director, Naval Capabilities and Readiness. He started at National Defense University in 2011 and became a Distinguished Research Fellow in December 2016.
He retired from the Marine Corps Reserve in the summer of 2001 at the grade of Lieutenant Colonel. He has authored one book (Decisive Force; The New American Way of War, Praeger, 1996), over 100 essays and articles, and frequently contributes to Orbis, Joint Force Quarterly, the Journal of Strategic Studies, Parameters, the Naval Institute Proceedings and Marine Corps Gazette.
Populism is sweeping the western world now. It’s getting so bad that the Pope is even speaking out against it. Bill Clinton is out there speaking out against it as well. He’s too busy reaping the rewards of globalism to care about main street. There’s nothing wrong with protectionism when it means protecting yourself. It’s a fundamental human right. During the Great Depression the US sealed off its border from the rest of the world. Why take in others when you can’t properly take care of your own population? And populism is getting ready to score major victories in the Netherlands and France, although that remains in doubt. All things considered, Populism prospects are looking pretty good!
Inflation is back, thanks to the past year's global debt and money printing binge. Meanwhile populist politicians are gaining traction in Europe, threatening both the European Union and the eurozone. The world has never seen this combination of excessive financial leverage and widespread political upheaval, so the next few years might be bad for most financial assets and great for real things like gold and silver.
On today’s flagship episode of Thaboxingvoice podcast, the panel discusses this past weekend’s fights headlined by HBO’s 12 round middleweight attraction between David Lemieux and Curtis Stevens. The Verona card was packed with an interesting undercard compiled of such names as Diego De La Hoya and Yuriorkis Gamboa, but Lemieux’s round 3 knockout stole the show and perhaps the weekend. We will discuss the win and the possibilities for Lemieux.
The weekend was also highlighted by a Friday night ShoBox card featuring Claressa Shields in a scheduled 6 round middleweight affair. This card marked one of the most significant stages for female boxing in decades. We will discuss the significance of the evening as well as the possibility of future female boxing endeavors.
Rounding out this weekend’s action was Juan Francisco Estrada in a scheduled 12 round junior bantamweight bout, Luis Nery in a WBC bantamweight eliminator, and Demetrius Andrade challenging for Jack Culcay's WBA "regular" junior middleweight title.
As always, we will take calls and, time permitting, discuss the hottest stories surrounding boxing.
Nestor “Nes” Gibbs, BoxingMD, and Matthew “The Editor” will talk about today’s event with the TBV family.
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It's time for Reality TV RHAP-Ups to hit the dance floor with coverage of Dancing with the Stars! Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) is joined by Kelly Bedard (@MyENTWorld), and Angela Bloom (@angpalaggi) to give their general thoughts on the show and their predictions for the cast of the upcoming season, premiering March 20th.
Kelly and Angela will return to recap the show as the season progress. Please feel free to leave us feedback on Rob Has a Website or social media to let us know if you would like to hear more DWTS coverage!
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