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  • 02:49

    2014 Midterms: Vain Victory, Swift Surrender

    in Politics Conservative

    America voted for a huge red wave and now everything will be just as bad as it was on 11/3, only worse.

    “...the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extreme shifts in policy." - Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope

    The Old Republic suffered a silent coup, while the people think we make choices when in fact the corporatists tells us what to consume, for whom to vote, what to believe and whom to fear. After decades of voting the bums out we still have endless wars, debt and a wide array of choices, so long as we choose to stay within the narrow confines of the false left-right paradigm.

    With a GOP legislative majority we can expect a change, instead of Reid tabling bills and letting the Imperial President execute the Neocon agenda, it will be Obama’s Mitch rubber-stamping it so that ‘conservatives’ can take the blame for all the failures of running a global empire threatening our security and disturbing domestic tranquility with false economics and a police state.

    Tyranny is assured UNLESS liberty-loving people band together to restore Constitutional governance for a free and virtuous nation from your own neighborhood on up to dismantling the Welfare/Warfare Duopoly.  Restoring sound money, free markets,  The Constitutional Militia of the Several States, 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. To defeat the oligarchs, useful idiots and their fellow travelers first you MUST CRUSH the Neocons. . .for liberty!

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  • 01:23

    Christopher Dunn: Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt

    in News

    Christopher P. Dunn, born 1946 in Manchester, England, is an English author known for the book The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt, which claims that precision machining is evident in ancient Egyptian structures, particularly in the Giza pyramid complex. 

    In this program, listeners will get an update on what Dunn has discovered in Egypt, and other ancients cities around the world. 

    Dunn was the manager of Laser Robotics Machining, which served the aerospace industry. In 1986 he was recruited by gas turbine/aerospace manufacturing company, Danville Metal Stamping, where he has worked in the position of Project Engineer, Laser Operations Manager and Human Resource Manager. He is a master craftsman and skilled machinist. Dunn lives with his wife Jeanne and children in Danville, Illinois


  • 00:27

    Creative Stamping

    in Hobbies

    Crafted Spaces Radio host Yvette-Michelle Cottle Darby will discuss how to prepare a handmade stamp and will feature projects using this simple technique.

  • 01:01

    HOMECOMING + HALLOWEEN with Dancehall Pop Singer Samantha J

    in Entertainment

    Stamping her name with a ‘J’ for her home country Jamaica (which she loves), Samantha J's buzzworthy single “Tight Skirt” has been helping her gain recognition in the US. The 17 year-old star, who also models and is currently working on her Columbia Records debut album, stops by TD Radio to talk music, fitness, homecoming, halloween and more! TD Radio hosts Aeshia,  Moiba, and DJ Tygr also share the latest in entertainment news and hot topics! To submit questions for Samantha J, tweet your question to @TeenDiaries with the hashtag #SamanthaJonTDradio for the chance to get your question answered live on the air!

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  • 01:00

    Core'dinations and Joy of Stamping

    in Hobbies

    Our first guest is Anthony Grinnell, Vice President with Core'dinations a new specialty cardstock company. Our second guest is Don Trammell, President of Joy of Stamping a division of Pacific Products. DETAILS

  • 02:02

    A MT Tragedy: The Worthan Family, Special Presentation

    in Politics

    One family's upfront and personal experience with Child Protective Services, corrupt rubber stamping judges, false prosecutions, a therapist who can twist the minds of children, miscreant social workers, and an innocent father, Kelly Wortham, serving his life in prison. All told by the mother of their children, Melissa Worthan and her personal advocate, Kandie Mathew- Jenkins. Starting with new information that has come to light in 2014 going back ten years to the start of this tragedy. 

    YOU be the judge as to whom the real victims were and who the criminal perpetrators are.

    Here's also a some current additions to this miscarriage of justice. Correction, train wreck of justice!

    Alleged sex offender pleads innocent http://ravallirepublic.com/news/article_4d781bca-8c84-5c77-9b92-04c736174d32.html

    Schallenberger’s ethics called into question | Bitterroot Star


  • 01:00

    Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with Artist Paco Despacio

    in Culture

    Artist  Paco Despacio  has been making buttons for over 40 years, first as a sideline to support his blacksmith journeyman-ship and as a primary occupation for the past 35 years. He has been selling buttons to Manuel Cuevas (http://manuelcouture.com/ ) for almost 40 years.  He has made buttons for Fiber Artists, Leather Artists, Premier Button Stores, Leather supplies, and collectors.  His buttons are in some of the world’s best buttons collections and a single button recently sold for $500 at an auction.

    Paco Despacio works with a large variety of materials, copper, silver, brass, not gold, bone, antler, fossilized ivory, found objects, ancient and modern coins, ancient and exotic objects such as oosik.  Most of his buttons are fabricated by hand using stamping, forming, engraving, soldering.  Some of his fabricated buttons reproduced by casting.

    Outside the button collector world,Paco live in obscurity in a small town in Southern Oregon.  A couple months ago he hauled his tools to Nashville and set up shop in Manuel’s basement so he could work alongside him to create buttons worthy of the quality of his garments.

  • 01:01

    High Stakes Business Strategy: When and How To Sell?

    in Entrepreneur

    This week on What Keeps You Up At Night, host Paul Segreto is joined by Jerry Baltus, business, entrepreneur coach and business owner. Paul and Jerry will discuss the often overlooked aspects of business strategy when it comes to selling your business to a potential buyer. Some of the important topics introduced will be: Valuations, Emotions, Buyers and Exit strategies.

    About Our Guest

    Mr. Beltus served as Vice President of Sales for Polar Ware Company, a stainless steel deep stamping business serving the food service and medical equipment industries.  He has held positions in various functions for Kohler Co., including accounting, international sales and marketing.  Mr. Baltus graduated from University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire cum laude with a degree in Accounting.

    Jerry comes to us from Plymouth, WI where he is a member of the Plymouth, Sheboygan and Sheboygan Falls Chambers of Commerce, Plymouth Lions and BNI, and is an avid bicyclist, logging over 2,000 miles annually. 

  • 00:25

    Dr. Larry Kawa--Sebillius Is Out And What's Going To Happen To The Medicare Cuts 22.Apr.14

    in Finance

    Dr. Larry Kawa says that you  that can tell that election season is near. Listen and you can hear the sounds of backpedaling and political double-talking at every corner. Everyone knows that the Democrats approved huge cuts to Medicare and its various programs in the name of its sacred cow, Obamacare.Yet at every turn Democrats have been trying to either distance themselves or undo the damage that they’ve done to seniors through their cuts on Medicare. One of the major cut that they are now trying to undo, prior to the election, are the cuts to Medicare Advantage, a privatized Medicare program, that is very popular amongst seniors.Democrats have a major liability on this issue as evidenced by Alex Sink’s crucial loss in the Florida House special election. The US Chamber of Commerce ran attack ads criticizing Alex Sink for her support of cuts to Medicare Advantage and her rubber stamping of Nancy Pelosi’s agenda.

    Let's see what happens next. 

  • 01:00

    GRINDBONE Pro Wrestling Podcast no. 5 LIVE

    in Wrestling


    Lita in the HoF? WTF?

    Your weAkly Christian update. (zzzzzzzzzz)

    Cena and Orton kick out of each other's finishers and Kap blows an O-Ring.

    WWE Network. You in?

    Matt Hardy recently showed up at Kap's old NWWL stamping grounds. Let's tak about pros vs pro, pros. LEVELS, BROTHER!

    REMEMBER. Give every potato a receipt.

    @grindbone on Twitter
    /grindbone on FB


  • 02:01

    Straight out of the Headlines, Part II

    in Radio

    "Center Stage" was back, we were off fresh hiatus and ready to tackle the news again as only "Center Stage" can do. On this Friday night's segment of "Center Stage" we interviewed Maggie Rhodes, mother of baby Ashton who had a botched circumcism that left him without a . We also focused on news headlines from across the country. We  brokedown these stories and told you why they caught our attention. We looked at whether or not to get flu shots, record breaking temperatures in all 50 states, Fukushima toxic waste hitting California and causing deformities in whales and fish, the dangers of fluoride being put in our drinking water, Colorado principal fired for not stamping the hands of students who receive free lunches, when to disconnect life support, and so much more.