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  • 00:31

    Hillary to testify & Iran sanctions bill gets harder to pass + more tonite @6:30

    in Politics

    Congress College airs tonite at 6:30 PM EDT to talk about the latest in Congress. Hillary Clinton will testify on the House side and the Iran sanctions bill gets harder and harder to pass in the Senate. Hear this and more from the only woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U. S. Senate Sec. for the Majority for the GOP. Elizabeth will cut thru the code talk that comes out of Congress to let you know exactly what is going on in Congress. Congress College airs twice weekly on Mon and Friday at 6:30 PM EDT. All shows are archived on GradeGov. com under the radio tab. Thanks for listening.

  • 00:54

    Black Shoe Podcast LIVE! - Sanctions Lifted

    in Sports

    It's the most important podcast in the history of Black Shoe Diaries, and we are LIVE! to discuss every bit of it!  The most recent installment of Senator George Mitchell's report is out and the news out of State College is that the sanctions put in place in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal and the Freeh Report have been lifted!  Penn State is eligble to go bowling for the first time since 2011, and James Franklin will have a full compliment of scholarships to hand out.  Adam, Bill and Cari commemorate today with Nittany Nation with our first truly live broadcast, and we invite you to join in as we hit on every topic from today's breaking news!


     


     

  • 00:30

    Hillary's email & fundraising heat up as Senate talks Iran sanctions + more 6:30

    in Politics

    Congress College airs tonight at 6:30 EDT where your host, Elizabeth Chryst, will break down the code talk that comes out of DC. Elizabeth was the first woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority, for the GOP. Congress College airs 2x's weekly, Mon & Fri @6:30 PM EDT and the podcasts can be heard from GradeGov. com under the radio tab. Happy listening.

  • 01:20

    Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: Sanctions Discussion/NCAA Tourney Preview

    in Sports

    John is joined by Dan and Jared to chat a bit about the NCAA sanctions aftermath, plus talking spring football and the NCAA Tournament (plus beer, of course).

  • 00:53

    US/EU Sanctions v. Russia: Global Impact on the Financial Services Industry

    in Finance

    The current crisis in Ukraine continues to evolve daily, with each new development impacting the international community socially, economically, politically, and financially.


    Please dial in to our Bekker Compliance Chat radio broadcast channel to listen and participate in a lively panel discussion with our three Sanctions Experts, who will piece together the latest facts and news and give their objective commentary -- based on decades of financial, compliance and legal experience -- to provide you with a keen insight into the US/EU sanctions against Russia, and their potential global impact on the financial services industry  – and on you too.

  • 02:55

    Scandals, Sanctions & Sanctimonious Suckers

    in Politics Conservative

    A nation with over $17 trillion in public debt sanctions a nation with far less debt, the resources to back it up and a leader who is actually looking out for his own country’s interests. It seems like a script for a disaster movie, but it is all too real; brought to you by a mob of sanctimonious suckers who not only tolerate but cheer a scandalous government run by an inept fool occupying the White House and a gaggle of sycophants in Congress.

    So long as we act like sanctimonious suckers overwhelmed by scandal after scandal in an endless ratchet toward tyranny, we’ll fall prey to merely electing those who rule over us.  Instead of cheering sanctions against Russia or pouring our scant resources into arming our own enemies and fighting with each other about our favorite issue, candidate or football team, perhaps we should work together to restore limited government, sound money and a foreign policy that puts the defense of America first.


    Tyranny is assured UNLESS liberty-loving people set aside their differences and band together right now to restore Constitutional governance for a free and virtuous nation by taking the right-wing of the Welfare/Warfare Party and restoring sound money, free markets, religious and civil liberties, and a sensible foreign policy of non-interventionism backed up by the biggest baddest military on the planet; or watch the statists in both parties push their corporatist agenda to their benefit and our demise. Now is the last chance to stop those who perpetuate an empire abroad and a police state at home.  To defeat the lawless hordes of Cultural Marxists, the statists, collectivists, oligarchs, useful idiots and their fellow travelers especially the Democrat-socialists, first you MUST CRUSH the RINOs, for liberty!


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  • 01:34

    DETROIT SPORTS RAP

    in Sports

    We discuss the Tigers issues, Injuries (Vmart, Verlander,Cabrera), starting pitching, and coaching decisions etc. We discuss the NBA playoffs as the Clev clincehs the east and gets a bit of rest for the GS which has a 3/1 lead over HOU. Pistons have the 8th pick and we will discuss a few of their draft candidates. Red Wings will have to start a new era w/o Babcock who left for Toronto.. We will look at some of the happenings in the NFL(Mcdonald arrest and subsequent release)and discuss the impact of the NE sanctions and T. Brady's upcoming appeal with Roger Goodell. We discuss a few developing offseason AFC storylines( NE Brady situation as well as CB, Has IND added enough OL and defensive help to be a contender, Can PITT rebuild its defense and deal with Bell suspension, Buff retooled can they find a QB to lead them). We take our first steps into the fantasy world for 2015 by discussing a few players whose stock has gone up and some whose stock has gone down. And talk about a few cats who may be long in the tooth but who we still feel will be effective in Fantasy this upcoming season.

  • DETROIT SPORTS RAP

    in Sports

    We discuss the Tigers issues, Injuries, starting pitching, and coaching decisions etc. We discuss the NBA playoffs as the Conference Finals begin. Pistons have the 8th pick and we will discuss a few of their drafte candidates. Red Wings will have to start a new era w/o Babcock. We will look at some of the happenings in the NFL and discuss the impact of the NE sanctions and T. Brady's upcoming appeal with Roger Goodell. We discuss a few developing offseason storylines. We take our first steps into the fantasy world for 2015 by discussing a few players whose stock has gone up and some whose stock has gone down. 

  • 00:21

    Senate debates Iran deal & House debates Budget + more @ Congress College 6:30

    in Politics

    Congress College talks about the latest on the Iran deal from the Senate plus the House readies a budget. You will hear this & more from the first woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority for the GOP. Elizabeth served 26 yrs in the Senate and breaks down the code talk that comes out of Congress. Congress College airs twice weekly Mon & Friday and all show are archived on GradeGov.com under the radio tab. Thanks for listening.

  • 01:45

    Behind the Headlines - WW2 70th anniversary: Nazis' defeat remembered in Russia

    in News

    With end-of-WW2 commemorations taking place across the world this week, the surrender of Nazi Germany on May 8th 1945 is remembered very differently in Russia compared with the West, where relatively muted commemorative events were held. This week on Behind the Headlines, we'll be examining the historical and political reasons for this discrepancy.


    In addition to being guest of honor at the Moscow Victory Parade on Red Square, China's President Xi Jinping signed a raft of new deals with the Russian government, while Chinese battleships participated in joint war games with the Black Sea Fleet. Somehow, we don't think the promoters of 'isolating Russia' foresaw trans-Eurasian railways resulting from their sanctions...


    While president Obama has been rallying Japan and other Pacific Asian countries behind a 'Trans-Pacific Partnership', the only large crowds in the US this week were angry ones, as protests against police brutality continue. We'll be bringing you the latest on that front, and analyzing the surprising results of the UK's general election.


    Behind the Headlines airs live this Sunday, 10 May 2015, from 2-4pm EST / 11am-1pm PST / 7-9pm UTC / 8-10pm CET.

  • 00:30

    GW Bush says we are losing against Isis & the Senate begins Iran Nuclear debate

    in Politics

    Congress College will talk about Congress this week all the while our former Pres says that Obama is losing the war with Isis and putting the U.S. in retreat around the world. He went on to say that the President's Nuclear deal with Iran would make the middle East even more kayotic during the week when the Senate begins debate on the Iran sanctions bill. Here this and more from your host, Elizabeth Chryst, who was the first woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Sec. for the Majoriity for the GOP. Congress College airs 2x's weekly, Mon and Friday at 6:30 PM EDT or archived at GradeGov.com under the radio tab. Thanks for listening.

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