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  • 00:31

    Hey old lady where you going to?...US Army Ranger School

    in Politics

    With the graduation of three females from Ranger School at Fort Benning and Secretary of Defense Ash Carter’s subsequent decision to allow women to serve in combat; the Army’s toughest, roughest training is now a repository for every crackpot concept conceived in a Berkeley coffee house.


    On the next edition of the Ray Starmann Show, Ray discusses the feminization of Ranger School, the Army’s refusal to release the Ranger School records of female graduates to Congressman Steve Russell (R., OK) and documented proof that women were given special treatment prior to Ranger School, which the Army has vehemently denied.

  • 02:01

    The Hotwash With CJ Presents: Ranger Chris Bemiss & Army Veteran Amanda Eddie

    in Military

    Former 1/75 Ranger 01-07, 5 Combat deployments. Part of such missions as the Jessica Lynch POW rescue and recovery of her fellow Soldiers remains. Few know that Rangers dug with only their hands for hours to recover the remains of 8 Americans after Seal Team 6 had secured PFC Lynch in a Blackhawk. My 5th Combat tour, Jan 28th Mosul Iraq I was injured after being ejected from the turret of the Task Force Delta, Pandur I was a gunner on. Operator SFC Zaun was KIA, but only after he saved me and the others in the vehicle.  I turned to alcohol to cope and 7 May 05 I flipped my car. Ejected once again, this time breaking my neck permanently paralyzing me from the chest down and spending 19 months in the hospital. For 16 months I was unable to eat or drink due to a hole in my esophagus.  May 23 05 my girlfriend married me while still in the trauma unit.  I finally left the hospital Dec of 06 immediately turning to prescription drugs and alcohol to self-medicate. It destroyed my marriage and Jul 13 my wife and little boy left me forever. After divorce, I tried numerous times to overdose or find the courage to put one in myself. Thankfully a Ranger brother SFC Jay Granger pulled me up and got me motivated in helping other Vets. 4 weeks later Jay died on a civilian skydive. Jay's family was on the drop zone, his wife and three boys saw him hit the ground. I made up in my mind after Jay passed, I was going to fearlessly honor him and help Vets, making no excuses for myself and fighting like hell to stop the 22 a day that commit suicide. I now volunteer with Gallant Few helping Vets daily. I have also made a PTSD documentary with the All Warrior Network in Los Angeles that was released last Memorial Day. The film THE RANGER has thankfully helped to save many lives! I stopped living for myself years ago and the one and only reason I do live is to help all of my Warfighter brothers and sisters. It truly is an honor to do so! RLTW SINE PARI JAY STRON

  • 00:18

    Convention Hall in Asbury Park NJ

    in Parents

    Asbury Park Convention Hall is a 3,600-seat indoor EXHIBIT CENTER located on the BOARDWALK and on the BEACH in ASBURY PARK, MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ, United States.


    It was built between 1928 and 1930 and is used for sports, concerts and other special events.


    Adjacent to the Convention Hall is the PARAMOUNT THEATRE; both are connected by a Grand Arcade.


    Both structures are listed in the NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES.


    The first official convention held at Convention Hall was the annual meeting of the NEW YORKS FRIAR'S CLUB on July 5, 1930. 


    Since that time, the hall has hosted countless conventions, community meetings, sporting events, trade shows and antique automobile shows. Since 1951, the Monmouth County Cotillion Society has held its annual Debutante Ball at Convention Hall. 


    The hall is also the alternate venue for Asbury Park's Easter Parade in the event of inclement weather.


    Since February 2008, Convention Hall has been the home venue for the Jersey Shore Roller Girls roller derby league

  • 00:14

    Light of Day Foundation in Asbury Park NJ

    in Motivation

    Hello


    welcome to a theory of parenting on blogtalkradio.com


    my name is tammi joyner 


    i am your host for the show


    today we are recapping our tour of downtown asbury park nj 


    with the light of day foundation


    what is the light of day foundation?


    The Light of Day Foundation, Inc., utilizes the power of music to raise money and awareness in its continuing battle to defeat Parkinson’s disease


    what happening?


    People were invited to follow a schedule of activities


    walking tours in the downtown asbury Park nj area


    art galleries, eat in shops, photo galleries, and funiture shops allowed music artist to perform in their shops for the programming

  • 01:10

    Suspects Caught In The Osborne Park RAPE Case

    in Radio

    Fifth suspect arrested in gang rape of 18-year-old girl in Brooklyn park - and four other teens are charged as adults

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3395981/New-York-police-arrest-4-teens-gang-rape-playground.html#ixzz3x57ZtZhW 
     


    TWO OF THE FIVE SUSPECTS CLAIM THE FATHER AND DAUGHTER WERE HAVING SEX AND THEY JOINED IN. IF THIS IS TRUE, DOES IT GIVE THESE DEMONS A RIGHT TO RAPE A MAN'S DAUGHTER?


    JACK WILL MAKE HIS STAND TONITE

  • 01:20

    MURDER IN GROSSE POINTE PARK-Steve Miller

    in Entertainment

    Investigative reporter, and author of Nobody's Women, Steve Miller makes a thoroughly researched inquiry into a murder that rocked the privileged world of Grosse Pointe, Michigan.

    Bob Bashara: husband, father, Rotary Club president and community leader.
    Bob Bashara: slumlord, philanderer and BDSM enthusiast.
    Did he also hire a hit on his wife?

    Jane Bashara lived in Grosse Pointe Park, one of Metro Detroit’s wealthiest communities, when she was strangled to death in her own garage by local handyman Joe Gentz. When Joe turned himself in, he told the cops everything— including how he was hired for a hit by Jane’s husband. His payment: $2,000 and a used Cadillac.

    Born into one of Michigan’s elite families, Bob was sweeping out the back alley of a property he owned when his wife was being killed. He made sure the bartenders at the Hard Luck Lounge saw him there at the time of her murder. He’d often brought girlfriends by the same bar, and for the last year had been seen with one Rachel Gillett—riding around town in her convertible, even showing up at BDSM events in the suburbs of Detroit. .

    When Joe Gentz confessed, his 67 IQ and barfly reputation made him less than credible. Bob successfully denied any part in his wife’s murder. But he couldn’t deny his attempt to have Joe killed in prison. MURDER IN GROSSE POINTE PARK-Privilege, Adultery and the Killing of Jane Bashara-Steve Miller
     

  • 00:54

    Park Tool A conversation with C. Calvin Jones

    in Sports

    C. Calvin Jones wrote the book on bicycle repair.....literally.   The Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair from Park Tool located in Minnesota.  Join us for an in depth conversation on everything related to bicycle repair.

  • 01:01

    Cal Park & Rec Society Service Award of Excellence

    in Current Events

    Our guest this morning is Idris Jassim Al-Oboudi from Manhattan Beach Parks & Rec.


    A nationally and internationally recognized Recreation and Parks professional and public speaker, Idris is a highly motivated, energetic, passionate leader with vision and a pragmatic approach to recreation issues and needs. He has developed programs that deliver quality recreation services in a cost-efficient manner and is committed to enhancing and preserving a high quality of life through a wide variety of leisure, cultural and community services in well-maintained facilities. Idris has 32 years of progressive experience in administrative and supervisory capacities. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Administration and is a graduate of NRPA Pacific Marketing & Revenue Sources Management School.


    Idris was recently selected for the 2015 California Park & Recreation Society Service Award of Excellence and Fellowship/Hall of Fame Recipient! This is the highest award achievable for a professional in the Parks and Recreation field in the State and this is the first time an employee of the City of Manhattan Beach has been chosen for this honor. The awards ceremony will take place on March 11 at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento. In addition, Idris is also celebrating his 30 year work anniversary in March.


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  • 00:42

    Donn Handicap, San Antonio and Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap Previews

    in Sports

    Recap of the previous weeks races, plus previews of the Donn Handicap, San Antonio, Gulfstreap Park Turf Handicap, as well as Derby and Oaks points updates.

  • 00:17

    Listen to 1LT Eric Conrad talk about Indonesia & Ranger/Airborne Graduations

    in Military

    Listen 24/7: 1LT Eric Conrad Infantry Officer, Scout Platoon Leader, HHC 3BCT 25ID. He talks about his Service and about his Ranger School and Airborne School Graduations plus more. Please SHARE


    More Info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/november-2015/article/listen-to-1lt-eric-conrad-talks-about-his-ranger-airborne-graduations-being-a-scout-platoon-leader

  • 02:04

    THE HOTWASH WITH CJ PRESENTS: RANGER MEDIC LEGEND, PERRY "DOC" BLACK

    in Military

    Perry “DOC” Black was born and raised in the great state of Louisiana in 1965.  In 1983, two weeks after graduating high school, he left for his first tour in the Army.  Perry hated the Army life and left the Army 3 ½ years later and became a steel fabricator in Louisville KY.  After working for 5 years as a civilian, after losing his job due to involvement with union organizing.  He then spent the next six months partying and one morning he woke up staring at the ceiling and decided to return to the Army.  Perry decided he wanted to be an Airborne Ranger and was lucky enough to get a Ranger contract.  Ironically enough, Perry had never heard of the 75th Ranger Regiment and was unaware of the destiny awaiting him in becoming such an influential member of the Regiment.


    His career as a Ranger started when he arrived in 3/75th in July of 91.  He is a combat veteran of the Battle of Mogadishu, Somalia in 93, which is the inspiration for the famous book “Black Hawk Down”, written by author Mark Bowden, and movie directed by Ridley Scott.  Doc served in 3/75th, from 91-97.  He then went to Task Force 160, where he worked as a Special Operations Flight Medic from 97-99.  He returned to his beloved Ranger Regiment, at 1/75th, from 99-01 as BN Senior Medic.  He was then selected to be the Joint Special Operations Medic Course, Ranger Liaison.  He served as Trauma instructor and later became the first Ranger NCOIC of the Special Operations Combat Medic Course and retired from active duty in 2007.  Some of his awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with Valor 3-Oct 1993, MSM x 6, numerous ARCOM’s and AAM’s, EFMB, CFMB, Ranger Tab and Aviation Crewmember Wings.  His military courses and certifications include the US Army Ranger School, SERE-C, JSOMTC, Jumpmaster, NREMT-P, Scout Swimmer, JOTC, PLDC, BNCOC and ANCOC.


    RLTW!