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  • 00:29

    The Agenda: Another massive week in which stuff happened

    in Politics Progressive

    It's been another huge week in Australian politics. There remains dissent among Government back-benchers with the Prime Minister continuing to make gaffes. But then the Labor Party opposition found itself on the wrong side of Australian opinion by supporting data retention laws. With so much going on we're reminded of the passing of former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser - another giant in Australian politics.


    So make sure you come and join the team and vent your spleen.


    There's heaps to vent about.

  • 00:30

    The Agenda: Tony Abbott's war on Australia & Queensland elects a new government

    in Politics Progressive

    Australian politics has certainly been anything but boring. With Queenslanders deciding that the embattled and hostile Premier Newman and LNP had had enough after one term, the leadership concerns at a national level became white hot.


    Before Christmas and despite hitting the reset button, Prime Minister Tony Abbott continued to make errors and gaffes and serious questions were raised about his capacity to learn from mistakes and reflect on changing his leadership style.


    Well apparently these questions have been taken seriously with the LNP looking to dump its first term Prime Minister, despite promising to not do the same thing as the last government did. And here we are.


    So join in and vent your spleen with the team.

  • 00:30

    Secret Service Scrutiny

    in News

    In this episode of Independence Nation, president of Light of Life Keith A. Pitts, MSE tackles the issue of Secret Service gaffes and how it relates to past instances of misconduct, as well as other sectors of government who have had similar mishaps.  The head of the Secret Service took responsibility for recent White House security breaches during a congressional hearing on Tuesday and promised to persevere notwithstanding a number of lapses that occurred on her watch.

  • 00:46

    The Kreepy Kastle - #100 Goofs and Gaffes

    in Entertainment

    Mr Halloween Jack and Dale Kay talk about classic monster movie and sci-fi boo boos

  • 00:29

    The Agenda: Another poor week for Australia's government

    in Politics Progressive

    If Austraila's federal government was like a football team, the coach and leadership team would've been sacked.


    It's been another poor week for Australia's federal government. There's been more gaffes than you can poke a stick at but they are taking their toll on the government's polling figures. It's also starting to dent the percption of the government as being in charge.


    With negotiations still going on the federal government's disastruous budget, it's not looking like this government will be able to turn its fortunes around anytime soon.


    Make sure you join the team as they vent their spleen - it's always more fun with others.

  • 02:00

    Hard Starboard Radio: Hamas, No Mas

    in Politics Conservative

    "Make no mistake," Barack Obama instigated the Latin American invasion of the United States - and a new White House decree will force U.S. municipalities to house them; John Kerry gets sick of eating crow on the Sunday shows and vomits his anti-Israel frustrations near Chris Wallace's open mic; and "The Putin Games" roll guffawingly on.

  • 00:31

    Avoiding Social Media Gaffes

    in Business

    Did I just read that right? Did he say what I thought he said? Oh no, she didn’t! WTF?!
    These are just some of the thoughts that go through my head each day as I navigate the Interwebz. And I know I’m not alone. Social media is both a blessing and a curse: it allows us to reach audiences and forge relationships across the country and the globe. It gives us a feeling of community and connectedness most of us would never be able to access otherwise. And it provides endless opportunities for us to commit some of the most blatant communications faux pas—some of which might be unforgiveable.
    What are they? You tell me. On Wednesday, 11/16 at 11 AM EST, I’m taking your calls about social media gaffes—how to avoid making them, and how to recover if you do. Tune in and call in with your questions.


     

  • 00:33

    The Naked Emperor and the Comedy of Errors

    in Politics Conservative

    Now in its sixth year, the Obama administration is setting new lows for how bad our economic and foreign policy condition can get. From the VA scandal to the Russians in Ukraine to a contracting economy, there seems no basement to how bad things are getting under this "leadership." And the response of the establishment media is to distract, spin and blame the bad economy on the weather. We will discuss the administration's most recent gaffes and failures, as well as the comical attempts of its water carriers to smear lipstick on this hideous boar of a presidency. 

  • 00:23

    Burgh Brew: Talking through Pittsburgh Penguins' strange Game 4 loss

    in Sports

    City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka is back for another Burgh Brew podcast, as he talks his way through the Pittsburgh Penguins' bizarre, inexplicable Game 4 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. What sense can be made as their crazy first-round Stanley Cup playoff series is tied at 2? What to say about Marc-Andre Fleury's late gaffes that spoiled another terrific performance? What about the continued scoring droughts of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin? Who's playing well unexpectedly? Matt addresses those topics, plus he looks at the slumping Pirates' sloppy recent play and the Steelers' 2014 schedule. 

  • 01:09

    Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna - Midlife Road Trip "Living to the Fullest" - Feb 07,2014

    in Entrepreneur

    Midlife Road Trip is an unscripted, organic, reality-based food, travel and adventure show focusing on the antics, goofs and gaffes of co-hosts Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna, as they travel to real places, interact with real people and participate in a variety of activities with their message of hope and encouragement for making every moment matter. One Journey. Two Views. Co-hosts Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna travel the world documenting their adventure & culinary finds one mile at a time! Sandi and Rick will share some of their adventures and how they came to creating their very successful cable show: Midlife Road Trip. To catch the fun and exciting show: www.MidlifeRoadTrip.tv You can also catch Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna on their very successful BTR show at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/midliferoadtrip http://www.twitter.com/midliferoadtrip http://www.facebook.com/midliferoadtrip

  • 00:34

    Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna - Midlife Road Trip "Living to the Fullest"

    in Entrepreneur

    Midlife Road Trip is an unscripted, organic, reality-based food, travel and adventure show focusing on the antics, goofs and gaffes of co-hosts Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna, as they travel to real places, interact with real people and participate in a variety of activities with their message of hope and encouragement for making every moment matter.


    One Journey. Two Views. Co-hosts Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna travel the world documenting their adventure & culinary finds one mile at a time!


    Sandi and Rick will share some of their adventures and how they came to creating their very successful cable show: Midlife Road Trip.


    To catch the fun and exciting show: www.MidlifeRoadTrip.tv


    You can also catch Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna on their very successful BTR show at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/midliferoadtrip



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