• 00:03

    Test shoot

    in Current Events

    test shoot

  • 03:00

    MAJ Tracy Riley (ret) Show -Race, Veteran's Disability, Gender, Inequality

    in Social Networking

    The purpose of this show is to bring attention to the issues facing veterans as we transition from military service to the civilian sector. 


    MAJ Tracy Riley (US Army Reserve Ret) is a 24 year disabled Army Veteran working to open the only disabled veteran and female owned supper club in The French Quarter of New Orleans.  MAJ Riley (retired) obtained the 16,500 sq ft building and began work to open The Rouge House in June 2013.  The Rouge House is designed to be the premiere platform for independent artists of the Southern U.S. boasting a state of the art recording studio, film production studio and an internet radio station.


    "My daughter Kenna J. Moore, filmaker and owner of Ghost of Elysian Films, says "Art heals life." "I believe art helps to heal our hurt. Through their love and work in the arts, I want to help our injured Veterans and independent artists develop their artistic gifts and create a life for themselves based on their passion."


                                                            MAJ Tracy Riley (US Army Reserve Retired)


    Upon retirement in January 2014, MAJ Riley (ret) hung up her uniform but was surprisingly forced to "suit up" mentaly to fight for her right to open her dream business.  She will share her story and she invites you to share yours. MAJ Riley (ret) also discusses her journey of receiving treatment using the complex VA system.  Join the discussion Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  We want to hear from you.


    https://www.therougehouse.com


     


     

  • 01:05

    Episode 262: The fight against malaria with RADM Tim Ziemer, USN (Ret.)

    in Military

    Recently, when one hears of disease and Africa, if you only listened to the media, then what would come to mind would be Ebola.
    That is not the real challenge in Africa. There is a disease that not only kills, it impedes economic growth, interferes with good governance, and as a result is just another catalyst to conflict there and in South Asia.



    To give a better understanding of the ongoing impact of malaria and the fight against it, our guest will be Rear Admiral Tim Ziemer, USN (Ret.)


    Rear Admiral Tim Ziemer was appointed in June 2006 to lead the President's Malaria Initiative (PMI). The PMI strategy is targeted to achieve Africa-wide impact by halving the burden of malaria in 70 percent of at-risk populations in sub-Saharan Africa, approximately 450 million people, thereby removing malaria as a major public health problem and promoting economic growth and development throughout the region.


    PMI is a collaborative U.S. Government effort, led by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in conjunction with the Department of Health and Human Services (Center for Disease Control and Prevention), the Department of State, the White House, and others. As coordinator, Rear Admiral Ziemer reports to the USAID administrator and has direct authority over both PMI and USAID malaria programs.

  • 00:16

    My photo shoot, deflated balls, and Brian Cuban's book

    in Sports

    In this fifteen minutes I will share what's coming up during the #MIdnightRadio show, and tell you all about [ well not all about but some of the highlights of ] my photo shoot for @MancavePlayBabe ... Can't wait for the prelude to the 'Big Game' tonight!  It's been awhile and I'm ready for some football! 

  • 01:10

    This KYD WORKS to get the job done, just DON'T SHOOT!

    in Entertainment

    Hey there Tea Sippers!!  In leiu of all that has transpired with the Michael Brown case and all of the senseless killings that have been going on across the country due to either police brutality and violence or unscrupulous behavior displayed from one to another, with all of the ups and downs that the right to bear arms fight that has transpired throughout this country, we have a guest who is about getting the message out "DON'T SHOOT".


    He hails from The Bronx and after having his issues with the law and incarceration, this young man has an inside track to knowing how to get this message out to the masses with the hopes of creating a gun free world, at least for a day so we can put an end to the senselessness of this epidemic America has with Gun Violence and Crime....with a special look at Black on Black Crime.

  • 00:27

    Talkin Smack Radio Season 5 Episode 7

    in Entertainment

    Dave Robinson and the Ass Kickin Panel get together to discuss the recent heat in the ongoing internet feud between legendary wrestling diva Tammy Lynn Sytch and Ashley Massaro. The Panel has an exclusive statement from Sytch on a recently leaked photo of her allegedly in a webcam session posted by Massaro on Twitter. PLUS Charles Stone with the Ringmaster Report and lots more! LIKE us! http://facebook.com/ShootJunkies

  • 00:28

    Talkin Smack Radio Season 5 Episode 8

    in Entertainment

    The Ass Kickin Panel discusses the recent announcement by WWE to induct Randy Savage into it's Hall Of Fame. Charles Stone has the full report. Plus feedback from Impact Wrestling's move to the Destination America cable network. And details on upcoming Ring Of Honor events! LIKE us! http://facebook.com/ShootJunkies
     

  • 02:00

    Angels Watching Over Me: Author Col. John Vernon, US Army (Ret.)

    in Politics Conservative

    This show is dedicated to: Army SFC David Warrell, and Army civilians Alaric Brozovsky, James Allen, William Combs, Wayne Wiley, and Tracey Henley as well as two Indian cooks, killed on November 13, 1995, in Riyahd, Saudi Arabia when twin car bombs exploded.


    Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" and Dan, of Pundit Press Radio is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections.


    Special Guest: Colonel John D. Vernon, Sr., served in the military for over 37 years. He went on to work as a civilian in the Department of Defense and Township Supervisor.  He ran or Senate in 2012, from Pennsylvania.


    He recently penned his autobiography, titled "Angels Watching Over Me"


    www.AmericanWarriorPress.com


    It's a battle of Conservative values and principles in defense of our Republic!


    You never know what we'll talk about: conservative, constitution, freedom, liberty, obama, tea party, gun control, republican, libertarian, stop white guilt, word


     

  • 00:36

    The ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW - Col. John Warden III (USAF Ret.)

    in Politics Conservative

     


    Retired USAF Colonel John Warden joins us for this special edition of the program to discuss ISIS, the Iraq Crisis, as well as the recent military strikes in Syria.  Col. Warden commandeered the 1st air invasion for Operation Desert Storm, was credited as "architect" of Desert Storm Air Campaign by Generals Norman Schwarzkopf and Colin Powell.  


    Col. Warden is a highly accomplished military leader of great honor and integrity, offering invaluable insights baout the military intervention acurrently underway in the Middle East.


    He has appeared on CBS, CNN, MSNBC, PBS, Discovery Channel, History Channel, Fox, CNBC, BBC, and NPR.


     

  • 01:30

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham With Col. Rich Graham, USAF (Ret.)

    in Military

    Take 1,000 aviation historians/enthusiasts and ask them to list 10 favorite airplanes, and there is a 100% chance that on everyone's list will be one or more of the famous Lockheed "Blackbird" family of aircraft. Beautiful, sleek, clandestine, extremely fast, and even sexy to the eye, the Blackbirds were among the most iconic and well-known airplanes of the Cold War. Beginning with the CIA requirement to replace the U-2 "Dragon Lady" in the 1950s, Clarence "Kelly" Johnson and his famous team at the Lockheed " Skunk Works" created a family of airplanes whose performance has never been equaled since being retired. Starting with the single-seat A-12 for the Central Intelligence Agency in the early 1960s, Johnson and his Skunk Works team created airplanes that went higher, faster, were "stealthy," and were light years ahead of anything else in the sky. Sadly, in the end, it was not any enemy capabilities that killed the Blackbirds, but high operating costs and an indifferent Congress that failed to see the worth of keeping them flying. Today, Blackbirds are the pride and joy of museums across America, where they stand as testament to the national requirements of gathering intelligence over denied territory during the Cold War.


    To learn more about the Lockheed Blackbirds, the people who flew and maintained them, the clandestine missions they conducted during the Cold War, and the amazing technologies behind them , join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 P.M. Eastern time. His guest this week will be retired U.S. Air Force fighter pilot, along with Blackbird and Dragon Lady driver Col. Richard Graham. Graham is the author of four books on the Blackbirds with Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press).

  • 00:45

    Freeze Don't Shoot-AZ, OR, CT, CA...

    in Pets

    Updates, details, and locations of individual Freeze Don't Shoot events, coast to coast!!!

    Call in! 347-838-8615

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