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Bostonian Rap

Rachel Miselman


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I offer political and social commentary from a conservative point of view. I am not interested in parroting others. I shoot straight and expect others to do the same.

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We are living in the age of mediocrity. But, for some unfortunate reason, a disturbingly high number of people are happy to perpetuate the idea that we are living in a period of great innovation, creativity, and boldness.

Tonight's show will be both an analysis of trends that have contributed to the nation's cultural and social degradation and a discussion of the Republican brand that actually has nothing to do with Republicanism.

On today's show, I will discuss different aspects of the conservative movement in the context of recent events and phenomena. For the rest of the episode, I shall look at several public figures that represent a shift in our value system.

I will discuss the necessity in returning to our roots in order to get the nation back on track, politically, socially, and culturally. As always, I will do so by looking at current movements and public figures, including Occupy Boston, Michael... more

On tonight's show, I will take a look at civility, courage, and resolve by initiating a discussion on the GOP presidential debate, Herman Cain, the conservative movement, social media, and personal accountability.

On tonight's show, I discuss the importance of having an independent voice, particularly in the current political and social climate. I, myself, will use what I hope is an independent voice to talk about Boston politics,... more

On tonight's episode of Timeout with Bostonian Rap, I will discuss the recent spate of violence that is being directed against the Coptic community with my special guest, Ashraf Ramelah. He is the president and founder of Voice of the... more

On tonight's episode, I would like to explore some myths that continue to flourish despite contrary evidence. One ridiculous myth is that the Boston political world is insular. The idea that only the left cares about people and their daily struggles is... more

Today's show is called Bostonian Rap presents: Déjà Vu; it is exceptionally taking place on Sunday at 10pm. On this episode, I will look at the victory of Herman Cain in the GOP presidential straw poll in Florida and the... more

Today's show will focus on the U.S. Constitution, Sarah Palin, and Israel. The objective of this show is three-fold: 1.) to explore the significance of the U.S. Constitution 2.) to initiate discussion about the treatment of women, particularly... more