• 01:08

    Congress Must Delay Netanyahu's Speech

    in Politics Progressive

    Congress Must Delay Netanyahu's Speech


    Breaking with longstanding protocol, GOP Speaker of the House John Boehner recently invited Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to address a joint session of Congress without proper consultation with the White House or his Democratic colleagues.


    There's no issue with Israel's leader addressing America's legislators. In fact, we welcome it. But the timing here--weeks before Israeli elections, and as Congress is debating legislation (aggressively backed by Netanyahu) that could impact our sensitive negotiations with Iran--couldn't be worse, and we need your help in making that clear.


    Every Member of Congress has a responsibility to let Speaker Boehner know that this invitation is inappropriate, and that the speech must be delayed.


     


    J Street Portland


     


    "...As in many cases in the past, Netanyahu’s attempts to confront Obama on the president’s home court boomeranged. Once again Netanyahu ended up on the losing side. Having no meetings with any senior administration officials, with an agenda that has turned temporarily irrelevant, and in a situation where his trip could cause more damage than good, perhaps Netanyahu would do better to stay at home and focus on his election campaign."


     


    Netanyahu's Congress stunt: The straw that broke Obama's back - Diplomacy and Defense


    As long as Obama is in the White House, he has no intention of meeting Netanyahu. If reelected, the Israeli PM may find himself abandoned and...


    haaretz.com

  • 00:16

    Taxpayer Advocate’s 2015 Report to Congress

    in Legal

    The Taxpayer Advocate Service, an ombudsman for the IRS, is responsible for assisting taxpayers in resolving certain problems with the IRS, including financial hardships, significant costs and delays, and lack of communication from the IRS. The Advocate presents an annual report to Congress identifying systemic problems that exist within the IRS and, to the extent possible, proposing changes in its administrative practices and identifying potential legislative changes that may mitigate such problems. This podcast with attorney Joshua Nesser will discuss the Advocate’s 2015 report and how it will affect taxpayers.

  • 00:55

    Mark Bray for Congress - Episode 4

    in Politics

    Your questions from email about the economy, fiscal and monetary policy and real solutions to grow our nation. 


    And a live broadcast from The Station Bar and Grille on Madison Blvd. Stop by or call in!


     

  • 02:00

    New Congress, same as the old Congress. Maybe worse.

    in Politics Conservative

    If you're still waiting for Republicans to come riding to the nation's rescue, you'd best come up with a Plan B. 


    The new Congress was in sesion for mere minutes when its members declared their intent to follow the same path that's proven a disaster the last four years. 


     


    There are signs of deepening trouble on other fronts. 


    The U.S. National Debt blew past 18 trillion dollars in December, adding a 100 billion in new debt on the New Year's Eve alone. 


     


    Cheap oil continues to trip up stumbling economies. None has taken a full, hard fall yet, but the possiblity remains.


     


    Dark days lay ahead in 2015. Join us at 1 o'clock Eastern on Friday as Don and Doug continue connecting the dots in perilous times. 


     


     


     


     

  • 01:19

    Here So You Won't Get Fined #Reboot

    in Christianity

    This is a reboot of the show we did from last week with less technical difficulty, Lord willing. We get into things like why believers are just staying stagnant and not entering the fray of the battle. We'll touch on the superbowl and that ridiculous last play! We'll also touching on dating for a short period of the show as a leeway into next week as we resume "The Dating Series" from last year. 

    Host: Anwar and Joseph 

  • 00:30

    Upcoming ALIENS project, Halloween reboot, horror insanity & more #79

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to another show of HOLLYWOOD CORNER. I am your lovely host HUGGY, and with me tonight I have the lovely Krayola & Zuul. I have finally managed to get Zuul to be on air with us, and we will have a blast and dish out all things horror/sci-fi/entertainment.


    --We discuss the possible upcoming ALIENS project involving Sigourney Weaver


    --yet another Halloween reboot


    --even more horror insanity & pop culture today.


    Do we ever give you anything less?  We are down to the final 20 episodes after this one, so we are getting all the topics out there as much as we can, to prepare us for the madness of 2015.  


    STAY TUNED IN. 

  • 02:00

    Hard Starboard Radio: The Republicans' Congress Problem

    in Politics Conservative

    The 114th Congress should reclaim the authority that previous legislators delegated to executive agencies, and that Barack Obama just plain stole, if they're willing, and if they're able; and there's the rub; and Congressional Republicans meet to plot their next moves, and the first one is aimed squarely at Obamnesty.

  • 02:00

    Inside the 114th Congress with Sen. Mike Lee

    in Politics Conservative

    Senator Mike Lee joins me this week for a candid discussion on the goals of the 114th Congress. The Senator from Utah was recently appointed as council to Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, and also serves on several high ranking committees. Atlas Shrugged Producer Harmon Kaslow will talk about changes in the film industry, and national security expert John Wohlstetter will give us the latest on terrorism around the globe. Of course we'll have all the latest political news as well. Tune in Saturday at Noon ET, or listen to the archive at your convenience.


    The Don Smith Show “where it’s ok to be a conservative,” brings you the most in-depth coverage of all the latest political news. While the liberal media currently dominates the airwaves, now there is an alternative. Listen to The Don Smith Show every Saturday at Noon ET to hear great interviews with people like Ted Nugent, Col. Allen West, Charlie Daniels, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Pat Boone, Chuck Woolery, Ben Shapiro, Jon Voight, Deneen Borelli, NRA President Jim Porter, Victoria Jackson, and many more leading conservatives.


    Don Smith is a business executive, and fiscal conservative. As seen on Fox News, CBS, PBS, Next Generation TV, and heard on various syndicated radio broadcasts around the country, “The Don Smith Show” takes the complex issues facing this nation and breaks them down in an easy to understand format. Tune in every Saturday at Noon ET for all the latest political news.

  • 01:30

    Mark Bray for Congress - Webcast - Your Q&A

    in Politics

    The response has been overwhelming. Keep the questions coming.


    Tonight we will discuss the following as time permits and take your calls...


    1. September 11, 2001. Long term effects and what lessons did we learn.


    2. ISIS and Israel


    3. Tea Party, 99% ers


    4. Income Inequality and Immigration


    5.Campaign Finance


    Please join in the discussion on via phone 347-857-1067 or email questions@brayforcongress.com.  I look forward to hearing from you,

  • 01:00

    Mr. Netanyahu Views on Iran, US and Obama and his speech in Congress

    in Politics Progressive

    GENEVA — Iranian and American officials ended a round of high-level nuclear talks here on Monday considering a proposal that would strictly limit, for at least 10 years, Iran’s ability to produce nuclear material, but gradually ease restrictions on Tehran in the final years of any deal.


    Mr. Netanyahu, in a dramatic speech in September 2012 during which he drew a red line across a cartoon bomb, said at the time that Iran was “well into the second stage” of enriching uranium and could complete the final stage “by next spring, at most by next summer.”

    “When the reactor begins operation, production of plutonium will begin at a quantity sufficient to produce one bomb a year, but there will be no use for the weapons as long as there is no nuclear fuel reprocessing plant,” said the six-page document. “Bottom line: though Iran at this stage is not performing the activity necessary to produce weapons, it is working to close gaps in areas that appear legitimate, such as enrichment, reactors, which will reduce the time required to produce weapons from the time the instruction is actually given.”.

  • 00:07

    Israel Speaks to Congress

    in Politics

    Darrell Castle discusses U.S. negotiations with Iran over nuclear energy and Prime Minister Netanyahu’s scheduled address before a joint session of Congress.

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