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  • 01:01

    Live Podcast Interview With Kutt Calhoun

    in Hip Hop Music

    Tune in today, Thursday, October 4 at 2PM CST as the Kansas City Chief joins us live on the Strange Music Podcast to answer your questions!
    With the Kelvin EP officially out, we'll be talking to Kutt Calhoun about the making of the project and get some insight into tracks like "Strange $" and "Bottle Service".
    We'll also be discussing Kutt's upcoming releases as well as what fans can expect in the coming months. This is one podcast you won't want to miss!
    All that and more with Kutt Calhoun at 2:00 PM CST today!
    Call 347-994-3066 and press 1 to talk to Kutt Calhoun!

  • 00:25

    Ellen Roach and the 200 Million Dollar High School.

    in Politics

    “I don’t want to spend $200 million on a beautiful new high school that the state is going to take over next year,” she said. “I believe our top priority should be doing what it takes to fix that school and get it out from under that receivership threat, not making plans for seven years down the road.” - Ellen Roach

    I'm joined by Ellen Roach to talk about her priorities regarding Albany City Schools. She is a candidate for the Albany City Schoolboard. The election is November 3rd.

    For a list of all candidates, please visit:


  • 00:23

    Joe Bonilla: UBER in NY

    in Politics

    Joe Bonilla is the managing partner for Relentless Awareness and co-founded the company in January 2012 with Rich Fazio. Joe leads the company's public affairs and business units in addition to providing strategic media insight and counsel to each of the company's clients.

    A co-founder of the Knickerbocker Film Festival and Knickerbocker Ledger, Joe has been instrumental in tying together in great content with effective media analysis and outreach. As chief executive of an regional media organization, Joe was able to forge connections to local leaders in order to advance the mission of the organization.

    Joe previously served as Director of Outreach for the Hudson River Coffee House in Albany, N.Y., building brand value in one of the Capital Region's fastest growing coffee houses through media outreach through print, online, and broadcast media.

    As an undergraduate at the University at Albany, SUNY (B.A., Public Administration and Policy), Joe was able to bring President Bill Clinton, legendary journalist Barbara Walters, and numerous big-name recording artists to campus as Director of Programming. Also at UAlbany, Joe started the turnaround the university's student-owned and operated television station into one of the Northeast's strongest campus-run stations.

    In the community, Joe currently serves on the advisory board for the New Leaders Council - Capital Region Chapter and was honored with the 2012 Hispanic Coalition of New York '40 Under 40' Rising Latino Stars Award, 2011 ATV Lifetime Achievement Award, 2011 UAlbany Purple and Gold Award, and 2011 UAlbany Fuerza Latina Leader of the Year Award.

    Joe also serves as a board member for the City of Albany's Public, Educational, and Government Access Oversight Board (PEGAOB), appointed by the City of Albany's Common Council in July 2011.

  • 01:16

    SM Live Episode 79 Featuring Kutt Calhoun

    in Hip Hop Music

    It's Friday and you know what the !@#! that means, time for the livest,  most entertaining and most life-saving show on the planet: SM Live!
    With Kutt Calhoun releasing songs and videos like "Bottle Service" and "Strange $" from his Kelvin EP, some of the fans have been uttering terms like "mainstream" while describing the music their listening to, and with songs that have to do with money and VIP status, who could blame them?
    Today we're going to have Kutt Calhoun as our special guest to address the masses as to what's going on in the Kelvin EP and whether Strange Music is veering into the center lane. Are they? And what is mainstream music anyways? What is it about mainstream music that makes us despise it so much? Is it the content or how it's executed?
    All that and much more on SM Live!

  • 00:30

    isportsMSU Red Cedar Report

    in Sports

    Today on the isportsMSU Red Cedar Report, isportsweb contributors Tyler Hayward and Mike Sterner break down whether or not the Spartans can win the game this weekend and consequently, the Big Ten East. Will Connor Cook get an opportunity to finish his career at Spartan Stadium? Can the Spartans remain in control of their College Football Playoff destiny?

  • 00:26

    You Won't Believe What's Been Going on in this Family Detention Center

    in Politics

    In a recent post by Weronika Costas she doccumented stories that have never been brought to my attention. It's something that we as Americans need to know about with regards to Immigration. 

    Day #1 - Dilley TX family detention center facts:

    1. This internment camp is currently detaining over 1779 women and children.

    2. Every, I mean EVERY child detained here is sick: nasty cough, diarrhea, vomiting, fever.

    3. Medical treatment offered to the children: wait 3-5 hour to see clinic, "drink more water", vicks, honey.

    4. We (volunteers on sight) are told not to drink the tap water due to dangerously high levels of arsenic it contains - yet its ok to have 2 and 4 year old babies with ongoing illnesses and digestive problems drink it??

    5. CCA (correctional corporation of america) runs the detention center, and is paid $300 per day per person by the US government, making an estimated $15-20 MILLION dollars a month!!!

    6. CCA's sister company runs the GPS ankle shackles which women are being coerced by iCE officials into Accepting in order to be releases (i.e. Lying about the time it will take to get a bond heating with the judge AND lying that the bond amount will be egregiously high, both untrue; or giving false promises that the shackle will be removed 
    In 5 days, when in fact it can remain for months and even over a year)

    6. Sample of women from whose detention CCA is profiting: victims of egregious domestic violence, women who had been forced into prostitution / human trafficking victim, young woman receiving death threats from gang after having witnessed the gang beat and kill victims in a coffee field adjacent to her home, young woman being tagged as MS-13 property and being threatened to be killed if disobey/ disrespect the gang...we attended to about 140 such women today.

  • 00:29

    isportsMSU Red Cedar Report

    in Sports

    Today on the isportsMSU Red Cedar Report, isportsweb Ohio State contributor Patrick McEuen joins Tyler Hayward to help him break down this weekend's big showdown between Michigan State and Ohio State. They talk about the quarterbacks and what matchups they will be looking at as key in this game.

  • 01:06
  • 01:59


    in Motivation

    Dr. Calhoun is a 77-year old medically diagnosed disabled man due to end stage Kidney disease. Dr. Calhoun is also a Honorably discharged veteran who served in the US ARMY from June 1955 to August 1957. Schooled and credentialed as a California Public School Teacher for Elementary and Secondary schools. He is credentialed to teach Social Science and Physical Science to students in Regular and Special Education. Also trained and has a degree in Historical Concepts of Philosophy, Psychology, Behavioral Science, Meditation/Conflict Resolution, Education Administration, Physical and Emotional Child Abusive Investigations, and Biblical Analysis.

    The Contents of his book, "Men And Women And Change" by Dr. Moses Calhoun, PhD. is a must read for all who can read, and have once been in the womb of their mother. Dr. Calhoun takes a close look at the Biblical account of creation, and the Scientific findings of Dr. Freud, and interprets them so that the average person on the streets can understand what happened when they were in their mother's womb. Believe and read the book!
    Join us: Join us Thursday 7:30PM EST as Superman Month Continues..

  • 01:59

    Interviews With Madchild of Swollen Members And Kutt Calhoun

    in Hip Hop Music

    A Strange Music Podcast Interview DOUBLE FEATURE!
    At 3PM CST we will have Madchild from the Swollen Members on to take calls and answer your questions!
    At 4PM CST the Kansas City Chief Kutt Calhoun will be on to take calls and answer your questions!
    CALL 347-994-3066 AND PRESS 1 TO TALK!

  • 00:35

    "Henry Clay: America’s Greatest Statesman" on "The Tim Danahey Show"

    in Politics

    When he first came to Congress, Henry Clay became America’s youngest Speaker of the House and the only freshman. That lead to five decades of public service under ten Presidents when Henry Clay kept the United States whole despite deep divides over slavery, tariffs, national banks, and the annexation of Texas. He worked with some of this country’s most polarizing political leaders including Andrew Jackson, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, John Calhoun, and Daniel Webster. He was Abraham Lincoln’s mentor and Lincoln used Clay’s beliefs to direct the nation through the Civil War. John F. Kennedy listed Clay as one of the five greatest U.S. Senators in history. Still, few Americans know about Henry Clay. Listen to this interesting conversation with Harlow Giles Unger about his new book and hear the lessons today’s political leaders need to learn. 

    The Tim Danahey Show started in July 2010. The show discusses economics, government, social issues, history, and non-fiction books in a magazine format featuring in-depth conversations with guests. Politics and inflammatory conversations are discouraged as they are divisive and counter-productive. Instead, the show seeks under-reported topics and delves into facts, different perspectives, and ramifications of each perspective. The show does not espouse a political agenda nor does it seek to inflame particular constituencies. The show treats all guests politely and with respect. There is no rambling discourse or personal attacks. This show is one of the highest quality and professional programs available. Tim Danahey’s strength is to take complex subjects, talk with experts, and make them comprehensible and entertaining for average listeners.