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  • 00:23

    DOMA Upends Immigration

    in Politics Progressive

    Big positive changes domestically with DOMA's demise have a welcome counterpart for that smaller group -- same-sex marriged couples where both are not US citizens. Immigration attorney Marisa DeFranco joins us to explain the new options and how it all works

  • 01:12

    DOMA: What it REALLY means.

    in Current Events

    Join Emmy Award winning news journalist Victoria Gaither and Entertainment co-host Michael Kay when we chat about the overturn of DOMA with NY attorney Sherri Donovan and Clerk of the Peace Kenneth Boulden from Delaware.
    Sherri Donovan ESQ from Sherri Donovan & Associates in NYC has been guiding same sex couples through the murky leagal waters.  Sherri explains what SCOTUS' decision to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act really means for the GLBT community.
    Kenneth Boulden is Clerk of the Peace for the New Castle County Marriage Bureau in Delaware.  Kenneth explains the process for converting civil unions into marriage licenses.
    If you have specific questions for any of our guests, please email us at athomewvictoria@yahoo.com and we'll hopefully be able to answer them on the air.

  • 01:01

    Valentine’s Day Dining Specials

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Rick Pierson from The Original Taco Man, Angie Corrente from Doma Kitchen, Anthony Endy from Paul Martin’s American Bistro and Julian King from Tin Roof Bistro.

    Way back in 2003, to get a good taco you had to either go to your favorite Mexican restaurant, stand or fast food place or just simply make it yourself. Rick Pierson, the co-founder of The Original Taco Man, a Southern California institution founded and located in the South Bay, thought there was a better way to bring tacos to the people.

    With over 25 years of experience in lifestyle, fashion design and trend forecasting, Angie Corrente’s creative background enabled her to craft the Doma Kitchen brand. Doma means “home” in the Slavic language.

    Growing up in the heart of Santa Barbara wine country where he watched his grandmother tend to her garden, Chef Anthony Endy has always been a fan of great food and wine. It wasn’t until he attended college in Santa Barbara that he discovered his passion for restaurants and cooking, working and apprenticing under great chefs.

    Julian King has been the General Manager of Tin Roof Bistro for the last 5 years. He graduated from Cornell University Hotel Management School and has over 17 years of restaurant experience. Tin Roof Bistro is the flagship restaurant of the Simms Restaurant Group. 

    This morning, we’re going to hear about some of the plans these local restaurants have on tap for this Valentine’s Day, in addition to some of their other offerings….and by the way, if you haven’t made reservations yet for the most romantic night of the year, you better get on that right now!


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  • 00:33

    Unspoken Words: Thoughts of the Millennial Generation

    in Politics

    Today on Unspoken Words Robert Dunn chats with Natalie Callahan! Natalie is the current Secretary for the UFCR and is excited to be running for Chair.Throughout high school she was actively involved with the Cottonwood Heights Youth City Council (CHYCC).  For all three years that Natalie was involved, she served on CHYCC Executive Council.  In her final year on the CHYCC she was the youth representative on the Cottonwood Heights Planning Commission.  These experiences sparked Natalie’s passion for government and public policy. In 2013 Natalie interned in Senator Hatch’s DC office with the Judiciary Committee. Immigration Reform and the Supreme Court rulings on DOMA and Prop 8 were the major issues being discussed during her Summer there.  Participating with the Federal Government at this level was a true learning experience for Natalie.  She plans to return to DC for Law School.  There she will focus on Constitutional and Election Law.  Natalie hopes to be as big of a nuisance to the Federal government as they are to hardworking Americans. Natalie has worked for many Republican candidates in Utah and across the United States.  In the 2014 election cycle, Natalie worked on campaigns in California, Utah, and Kentucky.  She participated in two deployments for Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell and during the general election took a team to Kentucky where they canvassed over 1,000 homes. Natalie works for the Utah Republican Party as their Project Director and loves being involved in Utah Politics! 


  • 00:31

    DOMA, Julia Serano & Masturbation

    in Culture

    While still celebrating DOMA's end, I'll discuss Julia Serano's speech at Trans Pride in Seattle and  will dive into talking about masturbation! I will not be discussing techniques of masturbation, so please do not worry this will be an explicit show. It is not. But I am promoting masturbation as a healthy activity.
    Here are the links I discuss in the show:
    A History of Marriage by Elizabeth Abbott
    Rae Spoon
    Julia Serano and her book Whipping GIrl
    I will post more links after the show!

  • 00:32

    The Supreme Court, DOMA & Prop 8!

    in Family

    Tonight's show will be about the Supreme Court's decision to overturn California Prop 8 and DOMA. I will talk about the opponents of this decision and what they are now up to.

  • 01:00

    DOMA Oral Arguments I

    in Politics Progressive

    Tonight on Liberal Dan Radio:
    After reviewing the headlines and going over some of the silliness that happened in Jefferson Parish last Saturday when it came to tolls and taxes, Liberal Dan Radio will actually start talking about the oral argumetns made in the Supreme Court about DOMA.
    That, plus the tweet of the week and words of redneck wisdom, on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk from the left, that's right.
    Talk about this show afterwards here:

  • 00:57

    Supreme Ruling: DOMA

    in Politics

    Join Christopher & special guest co-host Michael Kowch (At Home With Victoria) for a supreme discussion of DOMA. Find out what has been going down in the courtroom this week. 
    Our political correspondent Preston Mackey also joins the show to share his thoughts on the topic.
    FIRST TEN: News and entertainment.
    If you are interested in sharing your thoughts, call in live at 10:30PM EST/7:30PM PST (718) 766-4652 or find us on Facebook.

  • 01:12

    Hot Topic: DOMA & Paula Dean

    in LGBT

    Join Christopher & Amanda for a show of hot topics. DOMA is officially dead. The supreme court made the historic decision. Hear what the hosts have to say. What does this mean for the country as we move forward for equality? How will lives be impacted? What emotions did the ruling bring about?
    The host will also share their thoughts on the unfortunate Paula Dean controversy. Is her career over? Should she be forgiven? Is it ever ok to use racially charged words? Is there a double standard?
    Steve Silverman: writer, director, and all around funny man, will join the discussion. He always has something to say...
    If you are interested in sharing your thoughts call in live 10PM EST/7PM PST (718) 766-4652 or find us on Facebook. Tweet us your thoughts @lnrradio.

  • 02:40

    Biological parents best results - Muslims bad jobs? - Push Back!

    in Pop Culture

    Hr1  Being with biological parents in a loving home is optimal for children. Science proves it.

    Sheriff says stop arresting children for prostitution & saying 'child prostitute.' Why? Because children cannot consent to sex.

    What does #blacklivesmatter do when a black cop is murdered?

    Congrats LA for saving water during the drought. Now you have to pay more for using less!?

    Anti-police protesters take down American Flag and replace with an “Unapologetically Black” flag.

    Hr2  EEOC wins discrimination case involving Muslims who were fired for not delivering alcohol. Didn't they know what they would be delivering BEFORE taking the job?

    Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.

    Politically incorrect Halloween costumes, bad news for chicken nuggets, hero saves kidnapped girl, and what's wrong with being a virgin? Mean girls at The View mock choice to abstain.

    Joe and Andrea spar over a pregnant woman who was denied employment... because she's pregnant

    Hr3  Time to push back. Stop being a doormat. Damaging Progressive changes are happening all across the country because good people don't speak up.

    Why do colleges need trigger rooms? Kids should not be so sensitive that they can't handle seeing/hearing opposing viewpoints.

    Why didn't the Left boycott Bill & Hillary Clinton when they came out in support of DOMA? But now they boycott EVERYONE... as long as they're not Dems.

    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

  • #54: On Being a Military Family with Courtney and Korinne Reese

    in Moms and Family

    The Reese's are a military family based in Washington state.  One this episode, moms Courtney and Korinne share about being a married military couple before and after the fall of Don't Ask, Don't Tell (DADT) and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as well as the adoption of their daughter Aela through the fost-adopt program. 

    Follow them on Instagram at @courtreese817 and @korinnereese.