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The Don Barnhart Comedy All Stars are gearing up to entertain the troops in the Middle East.. Why would anyone choose to go to Afghanistan? Listen in and find out why these comedians head overseas to the front lines for Armed Forces Entertainment and perform stand up comedy in a war zone. Call in and be a part of the show. Ask questions about what it's like to do USo Shows and perform comedy for the military. Give us your comments. Barnhart's upcoming All Star
Brother Chuck joins us via Skype while we are live in Kabul to discuss Masons in Afghanistan, plus we "myth-bust" whether under duress in the desert pouring your last bottle of water into your turban is a good idea...
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Listen Oct. 19, 2013 7:30pm (MST) to our Third in this New Series of Call In Programs with Soldiers and Civilans from Afghanistan Sharing Progress and Positive Stories and giving Shout Outs to Family and Friends Back Home!!!
On this program we will hear from more Ft Carson Soldiers:)
MSG Jimmy Garcia S3 NCOIC with 17 Years of Service SFC Danielle Vaccaro with 15 Years Service SSG Joshua Breig with 12 Years Service
Listen LIVE Oct 12, 2013 9:00am MST and right after we go off the air listen 24/7 to Colonel Michael J. Price Commander U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Afghanistan District
Colonel Michael J. Price assumed command of Transatlantic Afghanistan District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, based in Kabul on July 9, 2013, becoming the district’s first commander.
Colonel Price will talk about progress and positive stories to all of our American People!!
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Our guest is Sandy Davies, team leader from the End Wars and Occupations Issue Team and author of the book, Blood on our Hands: the American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq. What you can do Send a message to your Representative asking them to support HR 200 - Responsible End to War in Afghanistan. Visit the End Wars and Occupations Issue Team page on PDA Community.
Listen 24/7 as 8 soldiers called in Saturday August 31, 2013.
I had the Honor of talking with Soldiers calling in from Kandahar, Afghanistan. Sgt. Nikera Echoles, 4 years service, PFC Darlson Oslas 2 years service, SSG Joe Stone, PAO for Ft Carson 43rd Sustainment Brigade, 24 years total service, his wife Andrea Stone also serves and writes stories for The Mountaineer, SSG Rob Oson, 18 1/2 Years Service, 3rd Deployment, Public Affairs, CW3 Tammy Richmond, 15 Years Service, 2nd Deployment, Legal Administrator, Sgt Major Mark Cooke, 27 Years Service, JAG Sgt Major, 1st full deployment, Sgt Glassey, 6 1/2 Years Service, 2nd deployment, Major Brooks Little with 102nd MPAD Mississippi National Guard, 18 Years Service, Commander. What they shared is amazing
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Lieutenant Colonel John Lewis Cook, United States Army (Retired), “served as the Senior Advisor to the Ministry of Interior in Kabul, Afghanistan, with responsibility for developing the force structure for the entire Afghan National Police. As of 2012, this force totals 157,000. From March 2008 until August 2012, his access and intimate associations with all levels of the Afghan government and coalition forces have provided him with an unprecedented insight into the policies
I would give so much, not to have felt the need to do this show.
On past shows, in light of the well-publicized rapes of women in India, I’d advised the Critical Discourse audience that I would be covering this very sensitive subject.
This was back in January, and to be honest, I figured that I might be able to avoid this wrenching and arduous task. .
Then, something happened, that just shook me to my very core. A crime, a sin, so unspeakable, that affected females and males, demand justice; remedy and redress, reciprocity and righteous retaliation.
Last week in New Delhi, a 5 year-old girl died, from a heart attack, after she was raped by a 35-year old man, who is now in custody, charged with sexual assault; I don’t know if Indian jurisprudence would deem, that a murder charge could be applied, as well.
In the nation of Afghanistan, there is a cultural more’, this time with boys, that will also shock and stun you, making you wonder, “What kind of world are we living in”? What goes on in the minds of these and any males, who would do commit such a heinous act? What kind of “culture” kindles these perversions?
On Critical Discourse, we will discuss these issues, and try to make some “sense” of it all.
in Self Help
We are interviewing author Peggy Kelsey about her new book Gathering Strength which is a resource for those want to understand Afghanistan from a women's perspective. The book is a series of interviews with Afghan businesswomen, artists, educators, athletes, prisoners, medical professionals, former refugees, politicians, and other women.
in Self Help
How many of you think about the war in Afghanistan? Does it even seem like there is a war goin on? Aside from the occasional story on a service member who has been killed or tragically injured there is not much being said about a war that has been going on for almost 11 years. As a veteran I have my own feelings about this and all wars and tonight is your opportunity to voice your feelings about this issue. I encourage all veterans, family members and spouses of veterans to please call and share your feelings or stories about how you have been affected by the war. War, What is it good for, on Rap Sessions Radion this Thurs., March 21, 2013.
Nasir Shansab was Afghanistan’s leading industrialist throughout the 1970's. His success put a bulls eye on him and his family; even though Shansab harbored no political ambitions, he was singled out as a threat and told he would be arrested and could face execution. Shansab and his family were forced to flee the country, first settling in Germany, then the U.S. where he was granted political asylum in 1980. In 1981, a native Afghan resistance had begun and Shansab travele