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Its all about offense. We'll talk Camp hot topics, QBs, Washington Redskins, and so much more! Join Dayna, Michelle, Lisa, and NFLFemale's OFR for the Washington Redskins Kelli O'Dell as we cover all the top stories in the first full week of camp!
Todd is a contributor to Fox Business News, NY Post, The Moscow Times, Armed Forces Journal, Newmax Money News, National Review, Zero-Hedge, and others. His column at the Washington Times, Behind The Curtain, deals with Russian and former Soviet issues.
He splits his time between NYC and Moscow.
Born in Georgia and raised in Savannah, Ever since his earliest days, he loved story telling.
Todd left Savannah in 1982 to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO where he studied aeronautical engineering. Upon graduation in 1986, he immediately left the Academy for flight school. His initial assignment was flying Combat Search and Rescue helicopters at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska. In the UHAE (Unique Harsh Arctic Environment-pronounced "Yoo Hay" by Alaskans) he flew local rescue missions and was also deployed throughout Asia. During this time he was credited with saving many lives and even more assists. In addition to flying exciting missions, Todd also managed to graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage with an M.S. in Engineering Management. In 1990 he volunteered for Special Operations and went back to flight school. In 1991 he was assigned to the 20th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, FL, flying MH-53J Pave Low helicopters. Immediately he was deployed to Kuwait. Over the next three years he was active in classified missions in support of counterterrorism under the control of the National Command Authority and deployed throughout the world. His customers included SEAL Team Six and Delta Force. He left the Air Force as a Captain in 1994.
Imam Shuaibe and his Co-Host Imam Nazim Pasha of Raleigh North Carolina, explore the many varied aspects of "All Things Human" from the personal to the universal. Business, Politics, Education, Religion and more.
The New York Mets were very busy in free agency ugrading the roster immensely with the likes of Juan Uribe, Kelly Johnson, Tyler Clippard and the biggest bat brought in since Carlos Delgado, Yoenis Cespedes. Found out how I feel Sandy Alderson did in free agency and if these moves will be enough to over take the Washington Nationals in the NL East.
The New York Yankees were quiet at the trade deadline but are bringing up one of their prized rookie possessions in Luis Severino. The offense has been on a torrid pace while the pitching still leaves much to be desired.
Talking Tom Brady, and why his arrongance has him here he is today with his 4-game suspension being upheld by the NFL. That all his actions he will do from here on will only hurt the New England Patriots. The best move for him is to take his 4 games and go. Also, the Washington Redskins sign troubled former New Orleans Saints Linebacker Junior Galette. Why that will be a deal that will not work out for the Skins in the end.
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Shae Frichette is co-owner of Frichette Winery, located in Benton City, Washington. While the majority of black owned wineries are located in California, it is refreshing to see that amongst the growing number of wineries in Washington (2nd to California), we have this beautiful sister making amazing wines. Listen to her story of how she and her husband left corporate America in Southern California and moved to the Pacific Northwest to be closer to, and raise a family.
First workday of the month of August so what you do today sets the tone for not only the week but the whole month. That makes it super important to have a smile on your face and OTBS will try to help.
August is Little League Baseball Month, Water Quality Month, and Romance Awareness Month. In addition, being the first week of the month, it's Video Game Week, Simplify your Life Week, National Smile Week, World Breastfeeding Week, and Int'l Clown Week.
Now down to today, better known as "Grab Some Nuts Day" in Washington DC or National Watermelon Day in the rest of the country, and that's far from all that's on the calendar for today. So listen in to learn mor
What does art mean to our nation? What are the implications of national monuments? Join us as art historian Bruce Cole, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington D.C., talks about art and our national heritage.
From 2001 to 2009, Cole served as the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Appointed by President George W. Bush and unanimously confirmed by the Senate in 2001 and again in 2005, Cole was the longest serving Chairman of the NEH. Under Cole's leadership, the NEH launched key initiatives, including We the People, a program designed to encourage the teaching study and understanding of American history and culture, and the Picturing America project, which uses great American art to teach our nation's history and culture in 80,000 schools and public libraries nationwide. He also created the NEH's Digital Humanities Initiative and Office, which made the Endowment a national leader in this new frontier of humanities access and knowledge. Under his tenure partnerships were developed with several foreign countries, including Mexico and China.
Born in Ohio, Cole attended Case Western Reserve University and earned a master's degree from Oberlin and a doctorate from Bryn Mawr. He is also a recipient of nine honorary doctorate degrees. For two years he was the William E. Suida Fellow at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence. Cole has held fellowships and grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Kress Foundation, the American Philosophical Society, and the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is a corresponding member of the Accademia Senese degli Intronati, the oldest learned society in Europe. He has written fourteen books and numerous articles.
Bridget Johnson-PJ Media's Washington Editor reporrts on the Beltway's perspective on the Iranian Deal and Congress' expected response.
Clara Del Villar-founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of the Hispanic Post (HispanicPost.com) explains why the Hispanic Vote has become so important.
Bob Waliszewski-Director of Media and Culture and director of Focus on the Family’s Plugged In department which features the popular Plugged In website Pluggedin.com talks about Mission Impossible 5 and the weekend box office results.
Alex McFarland-Director for Christian Worldview and Apologetics at the Christian Worldview Center of North Greenville University in Greenville, S.C weighs in on the Donald Trump phenomenon.
Sargis Sangari- Founder of the United Assyrian Appeal and the CEO of The Near East Center for Strategic Engagement LLC brings says ISIS to blame for 60 million refugees.
Jerry Jenkins-#1 New York Times best selling Author of Empire's End: A Novel of the Apostle Paul, considers an Empire's End and today's relevance.
Father Michael Collins-Vatican Insider, religious scholar and church historian presents Pope Francis: A Photographic Portrait of the People's Pope. A year in the life of The People’s Pope.
I warned everyone of CA getting an earthquake after watching, "San Andreas." There were clues that I picked up and apparently I was right as Fox News Shepherd Smith, USGS, Scientists, and Fema told The New Yorker that a 9.0+ earthquake can happen any day now along the Coastal Pacific Northwest which includes CA, Oregon and Washington. They said to leave. I will tell you everything I see and when I predicted it. Remeber 9/6/15 or 9:06:15 which has significance and I will explain.
This is for real and I must warn you. I will take your psychic questions or comments on anything. You can call in to the show and just listen as it has been hard for me to open the chat room.
For a detailed reading you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I only ask for a small amount of $25.00 as this is a hobby for me. It's my way of giving back as it is a gift from God. I do phone readings too.
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