SORT BY Relevancy
In the 1st Segment "Family First" With the Topic being~"I'm Not My Childrens Friend" This week on the Show we look at the relationships between"TODAYS" new age parents, their children and the possibly border crossing position between Parent and Friend.
In the 2nd Segment "State of Our Union" With the Topic being~"Who Removed God" We look at the question of How And Why has God been so blatently omitted from the anals of Americas Modern day history and the possibly negative impact it's had on our Lives, Liberties and our Country.
In the 3rd Segment "Behind Closed Doors" With the Topic being~"The Definition of My Other Half" We examine what the ideal Man or Woman would or should be to one another, and what it takes to live up to that description or if can actually ever be attained.
Gilberto Villahermosa was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and grew up in the Panama Canal Zone and Washington State. He graduated from Lakes High School in Steilacoom, Washington before entering the United States Military Academy at West Point. Upon graduation he was commissioned a second lieutenant and served in the U.S. Army for 33 years before retiring in May 2013.
A Specialist on the Soviet Union and Russia, he served as an Intelligence Analyst for Soviet Military Doctrine and Conventional Forces at the Defense Intelligence Agency in Bolling Air Force Base, Washington D.C. from 1990 to 1993 and established a reputation as one of the U.S. Army’s leading experts on Soviet and Russian military doctrine and armed forces.
In 1992 he traveled throughout Siberia as part of a State Department delegation targeting $2.2 billion in aid to Russia. He was also the first U.S. Military Representative to the Republic of Georgia in 1993 and the Republic of Tajikistan in 1995 during the civil wars in both countries and spearheaded U.S. military-to-military engagement strategies with each republic ensuring an enduring U.S. presence.
He has traveled extensively throughout Afghanistan, first in 1995, when he entered the country for discussions with Tajik rebels; then as the Executive Officer for the Commander of NATO’s International Security and Assistance Force (ISAF) and the U.S. Senior National Representative to NATO in Kabul (2004-2005); and finally with the United States Central Command in 2012.
On this episode of Remnant X Radio's Revolution we will feature the hottest indie music you never heard. We will discuss the Week In Review with my Warrior Queen (Tish Bowling) and we will have a discussion about Ferguson and the rioting and the rise of the police state! Please check out our website @Remnantxradio.com and send me a friend request on facebook!
Play List from show: Red by EISM, Butter Soul by Lillian Todd Jones, Way With Words by Mideau, A World of Wicked Men by Letters To The Exile, Dragon Attack by Kevin Max, Squadron Dogs by Kite Pearson and Tophy Wife by The Winter Sounds!
In Segment# 1 Family First: Topic: Not just a “BABY DADDY” We are all familiar with the term “Just a Baby Daddy”, but what does it really mean and does it actually shine a negative light on the American male today, especially the African American and Latino males.
In Segment# 2 State Of Our Union: Topic: "The Sensitizing of America" We look at The Super Power, The Land of the Free, The Land of Opportunity, The land where nothing is no-longer sacred And where the idea of FREEDOM OF SPEECH is selective in its use.
In Segment# 3 Behind Closed Doors: Topic: "She’s JUST my friend..." We look at The Myth of Men and Women not able to be nothing more than friends is a controversial hot bed. But as we do here at On Point... we're going to change the lens and look at it with a slightly different perspective…
We discuss the shelling of Kent State laid on by Ohio State, breaking down everything that went right for the Buckeyes, including the excellent performance by J.T. Barrett, who threw for six touchdowns. We also discuss some of the youth movement as we saw plenty of young talent taking the field in the second half.
We're neither lickspittles nor hate spewers...but hey, we still analyze. Join us for the two usual suspects picking and poking the President's State of the Union and our MA Gov. Deval Patrick's State of the Commonwealth version. We'll provide our assessments of how each of these two good friends were in terms of realism and who gave the best show (or at least had the best writer).
Then in the spirit of the Super Bowl lead-up week, we'll discuss how likely each will be to achieve his stated state-of goals.
This week, Henry Kissinger discusses “World Order”; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Lawrence Wright talks about “Thirteen Days in September”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
Hey there Tea Sippers!! It's another edition of Don't Come out of a Bag and I want us to talk for REAL about the state of the union. With all of the hoopla that's going on with the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, MS I am compelled to ask this question,
Are we in CIVIL WAR or CIVIL UNREST?
We've been talking about the increased amounts of police brutality and here we are in a state of confusion where The National Guards are on the streets, tear gas, rubber bullets, and dogs are being used to control the people and the pictures are looking identical to those from the Civil Rights Movement protests over 40 years ago.
What can we do to reclaim our sense of peace, our rights as citizens to freedom of expression, OUR INDEPENDENCE in this "great" country?
Also, we will pay homage to Robin Williams and talk about depression. When are we as a country going to mental health RELEVANT in our quest for health care in this country. Look at Mr. Andre "Killer Beez" Johnson of Wu Tang Clan, he severed his penis and attempted suicide due to his bout with depression. What can be done to look at mental health serious?
And of course, whatever is on YOUR mind....we can talk about it right HERE... right NOW..... just Don't Come out of a Bag, because if you do, I am coming out of a BIGGER BAG!!
All that and more, so make sure you have lots of crumpets, baby because we've got a HOT POT of Tea for your nerve, darlings.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the hard core and passionate fan. Today we will welcome new Mississippi State correspondent Charlie Burris to talk about the Bulldogs and also welcome our SEC insider Stephen M. Smith to talk about the previous opening weekend in college football in the games involving SEC teams such as LSU-Wisconsin, Auburn-Arkansas, Alabama-West Virginia, and Clemson-Georgia as well as talk about the upcoming action this weekend including Ole Miss-Vanderbilt in what is an otherwise rare light schedule for the rest of the conference. Which team has positioned itself best in the very early stages of the season and is anyone already behind the curve? As if that isn't enough, we will also
HOME TEAM IN BOLD CAPS
Favorite on the Left
*Whenever there is a whole number spread, there is always a 1/2 point added so there will never be a tie in our competition.
*For the purpose of this show, the line locks at the time the show description is posted.
SOUTH CAROLINA - 16 1/2 vs. East Carolina
Kansas State -12 1/2 vs. IOWA STATE
UTAH - 10 1/2 vs. Fresno State
OHIO STATE -11 1/2 vs. Virginia Teach
Ole Miss - 20 1/2 vs.VANDERBILT
NORTHWESTERN - 5 1/2 vs. Northern Illinois
STANFORD - 3 1/2 vs.USC
TEXAS - 1 1/2 vs.BYU
NOTRE DAME - 4 1/2 vs. Michigan
OREGON - 13 1/2 VS. Michigan State