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Tonite (10.28.2013) we covered:
The payoff to 26 men who were raped by Jerry Sandusky. Penn State U. paid out $59.6 million FRNs.
A car crashed in Tianamen Square killing several. It was deliberate crash that took place near the giant poster of a top genocidal maniac of the 20th Century - Mao Tse Tung.
The Saudi Mafia is angry with the U.S. Corp. and the Kenya Mafia for not attacking Syria and murdering President Bashar al-Assad.
Cop mafia point loaed semi-auto rifles at motorists at checkpoints.
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Sarah Cortez has been in law enforcement since 1993. She began her career as a full-time police officer with the University of Houston Police Department and then went to work at Harris County, Precinct Four. She is currently a reserve deputy with the Harris County, Precinct four. During her career she has worked as a patrol officer, field training officer and sexual assault investigator. After her writing career began, she continued in law enforcement as a reserve police officer and been assigned as a juvenile bailiff, worked undercover during alcohol stings and assisted with the service civil processes. Sarah Cortez is the author of How to Undress a Cop: Poems and Cold Blue Steel, and a coauthor/editor of Hit List: The Best of Latino Mystery and You Don't Have a Clue: Latino Mystery Stories for Teens.
According to the book description of Cold Blue Steel, it “contains fifty lyric poems set in the world of the urban street cop in Houston, the nation’s fourth largest metropolis. In the patrol car, at scenes of suicides and DOAs, in the overtime reality of aching feet and sweating torsos, the reader experiences the hard realities and unexpected luminosities of doing America’s most dangerous job.
This is the game where we find out if you are a man or a mouse. The game is divided into multi rounds. Each round, there are 60 boxes. Each containing money arounds (both positive and negative), and a few of the famous PYL Whammies. Each player will choose a box and win (or lose) whatever is in the box. After the 1st round, the players will then have the option to continue on or COP OUT, and freeze and take the points they have into the next round (in fact, they will BANK the points, and freeze and take the points they have into the next round (in fact, they will BANK the points, and those points will never be touched). But the longer they play, the higher the bonus will be at the end. Each new round, will increase the points. After 2 hours, the player with the most points, wins
Authors on the Air is pleased to welcome mystery and thriller writer Brad Parks to our studio.
Brad Parks is the only author to have won the Shamus, Nero and Lefty Awards. He received the Shamus (for best first private eye novel) and the Nero (for best American mystery) for his debut, FACES OF THE GONE, the first book in history to take both awards. The Lefty (for best humorous mystery) went to his third book, THE GIRL NEXT DOOR. The series, which features sometimes-dashing investigative reporter Carter Ross, also includes EYES OF THE INNOCENT and THE GOOD COP. It has received starred reviews from Booklist, Library Journal, and Kirkus Reviews. Shelf-Awareness has deemed the Carter Ross books "perfect for the reader who loves an LOL moment but wants a mystery that's more than empty calories" and Library Journal has called the series "essential reading" and "a refreshing tonic for the mystery soul." It will continue with a fifth installment, THE PLAYER, in 2014.
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Libertarians Unleashed V5N36
More on foreign policy, but this show will deal with what a nation's true responsibilities to other nations are.
Is a nation obligated to to intercede in cases of internal violence? Or, external violence?
Does a nation become obligated due to being very powerful?
Chuck Bergman, a former motorcycle policeman, not exactly the type of person who'd talk to the dead. It all started with Bergman, who as a child has some interesting experiences. He saw people gathered around his bed, and was assured by his grandmother that she knew all the of the apparitions, and that Chuck was a very special little boy. "I knew one of my grandchildren would have this ability", she told Chuck. Bergman didn't learn until later that his mother also shared this `gift'.
Chuck is a third generation medium. Since an early age he has had the ability to communicate with those that have passed on. He has spent many years in development circles learning meditation techniques that have helped to fine tune his gift. He has completed classes in mediumship, advanced mediumship and he is a Certified Reiki Practitioner. He is a retired police officer and is pleased that he can devote more time to doing what he loves the most - being of service to others through the gift of mediumship.
Chuck has brought comfort and relief to countless people all over the world. He has helped families re-connect with loved ones, including children, partners and beloved family members. He has been successful in locating missing people and can be seen as a psychic detective in his new Biography Channel Special, " Psychic Search", where he works with local police on an unsolved murder mystery.
Chuck is aware that as skeptics, we need to hear more than a basic message stating that a loved one is around us or that they love us. We need proof that life continues after death. Chuck works hard on bringing detailed messages through that sometimes include birth dates, names of family members or amusing personal stories.