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  • Author, Miranda Parker

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    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

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    RRBC: RAVE WAVES - BUY THE BOOK with Lisa Mauro

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    Welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club's RAVE WAVES: BUY THE BOOK, where guest host Beem Weeks welcomes RRBC Author Lisa Mauro. We will discuss Lisa's book, THE PLACE WE WENT TO YESTERDAY. Join us as we explore this book and become better acquainted with Author Lisa Mauro.


    This segment of BUY THE BOOK is being sponsored by Bethany Turner, the very talented author of I'VE LOVED THOSE DAYS.


    If you'd like to know how you can get your own commercial recorded or read live on one of our shows, please visit RaveReviewsByNonnieJules.Wordpress.com. This link will take you to the RAVE WAVES page.

  • 00:30

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘Give Us the Ballot’

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    This week, Ari Berman and Simon Winchester.

  • 00:06

    BIBLE BOOK # 4

    in Religion

    Bible Boo

  • 01:31

    The ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW - Stop Iran Nuclear Deal

    in Politics Conservative

    TONIGHT: A very special broadcast of the Andrea Shea King show focused on the battle to DEFEAT the Iranian Nuclear Deal. The Conservative Campaign Committee is pushing to stop the Iran Nuclear Deal with radio and tv ads and a rally set for Tuesday, Aug. 18th in Las Vegas right in fron of Sen. Harry Reid's office.  Tonight we talk with some of the people involved. This so-called "Deal" is really a treaty.  And a bad one at that.
     

  • 01:05

    Episode 293: Russia and the Nuclear Shadow: 2015’s Revivals with Tom Nichols

    in Military

    They never really went away, but for almost 20 years the world had a holiday from an old challenge and a new one; Russia and the prospect of nuclear war.


    Some thought, and more hoped that with the end of the Cold War, a newer world order would emerge that would enable an era of stability and peace. In a way, it did – but only in spots and for short periods of time.


    While for the last 15 years most of the attention was focused on the expansion of radical Islam, two not unrelated events began to wax. From the ashes of the Soviet Union, fed by a charismatic leader and a resource extraction economy, Russian began to reassert itself in a manner consistent with the last 500 years of its history, and in parallel – the boogyman of the second half of the 20th Century began to grow as well; the proliferation and possible use nuclear weapons.


    To discuss this and more for the full hour will be Dr. Tom Nichols,


    Tom is a professor at the Naval War College and at the Harvard Extension School, as well as a Senior Associate of the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs in New York City and a Fellow of the International History Institute at Boston University. Previously he was a Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC. Before coming to the War College, he taught international relations and Russian affairs for many years at Dartmouth College and Georgetown University. In Washington, he was personal staff for defense and security affairs in the United States Senate to the late Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania. 


    He received his PhD from Georgetown, an MA from Columbia University, and the Certificate of the Harriman Institute at Columbia. 


    He's also a five-time undefeated Jeopardy! champion. He played in the 1994 Tournament of Champions, is listed in the Jeopardy! Hall of Fame. He played his final match in the 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions.

  • 00:38

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: Vu Tran’s ‘Dragonfish’

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    This week, Vu Tran discusses his debut novel, “Dragonfish”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Ruth Franklin talks about Lucia Berlin’s stories; listeners share what they’ve been reading; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 02:59

    Iran Nuclear Deal, Who To Trust? All 50 States Are Border States & Family Movies

    in Politics

    Michael Rubin-Former Pentagon official whose major research areas are the Middle East, Turkey, Iran and diplomacy asks, "Who do we believe more, POTUS or the Ayatollah?


    Larry Pratt-Says all 50 states are now border states.  Pratt is the Executive Director of Gun Owners of America and former House of Virginia delegate.


    Bob Waliszewski-Focus on the Family's Plugged-in Department Director discusses The Weekend Box Office numbers and popular family DVD's. Along with tips on keeping what's on your TV "Family Friendly."


    John McTernan-National best selling author of, "As American Has Done To Israel" breaks news that the Iran deal includes the US protecting their nuclear facilities.


    Ben McGinley-One of Harley Davidson's designers talks about Harley's new Iron 883 and Forty-Eight Models and the S Series Cruisers with Screamin’ Eagle Power.  


    John Zmirak-Senior Editor of The Stream says regarding, "The Planned Parenthood Videos: Is It Wrong to "Lie" to Abortionists?"


    Alex and Stephen Kendrick-The Makers of Faith Based blockbusters, present their new film, War Room being released in theatres this coming Friday.  In 2003 the Kendrick brothers pioneered the modern faith film industry, beginning a wave of faith-based movies that has drawn remarkable attention from Hollywood in the last couple of years

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    Georgia Prep /Alabama Prep Our Guest Tonight On Play Book Talk Radio

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    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘Katrina: After the Flood’

    in Books

    This week, Gary Rivlin discusses “Katrina: After the Flood”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Joe Domanick talks about “Blue: The LAPD and the Battle to Redeem American Policing”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:30

    A Story of the Third World War: A Nuclear Comedy

    in Psychology

    By the 21st century it appeared that science was seen as the ultimate source of truth, that technology was the basis of a good life, that God was dead and atheism ruled supreme, that sexual pleasure had been liberated from childbearing and family life, that women could share power with men and that all truth's were relative and open to negotiation. The individual was seen as more important than the group and it was assumed individual creativity and happiness was humankind's legitimate moral highpoint. Many of those who embraced modern society were unhappy how society had become rampantly materialistic defining success in terms of celebrity and the acquisition of expensive and sophisiticated toys. They had forgotten that for billions of the world's inhabitants modernity had destroyed a different notion of a correct and moral way of life. The pushback against modernity began to resurrect a world in which the manly man and the warrior were most admired, in which loyalty to one's tribe trumped loyalty to the individual, in which the proper role of women was found in procreation and service to the family and in which the holy truth's spoken by the tribe's god(s) demanded obedience. Those on each side of these different truths and ways of life began to demonize and dehumanize those on the other side. Fear and hatred replaced reason and understanding even in those societies that seemed committed to a modern "scientific" way of life. Increasingly all felt threatened and saw themselves as the victims of the "monstrous dehumanized" other. In those parts of the world which had never fully bought into notions of modernity rage led many to declare a holy war against the infidels. Those on all sides began to arm themselves with whatever weapons became availalble including a race for nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction.