SORT BY Relevancy
Suspect, Metro, & Just Plain Trifling Being that mens fashion has drasticall
Topic: Alternate Endings features a dozen short stories of fantastic fiction. These are tales about people who grasp at the chance to fulfill their greatest desires. They suspect the road not taken doesn’t always end happily and know the path they’re on can lead to unexpected places. Choices change the course of lives. Each new day offers opportunities that propel them toward alternate endings.
Free review copy:
TONIGHT: Sat. June 15, 2013 on "NU DAY". A Special Tribute to "OUR FATHERS" for Father's Day
LIVE Dialog with: Dr John Johnson, for our final segment as we now move forward in the next steps to obtain Justice for his daughter regarding the "Rape and Murder of Pfc. LaVena Johnson". ALSO: A young 17 year old sister was murdered in East Orange, NJ last week and now the 18 year old suspect has be apprehended two families arre now struggling with grief, fear, and anger.
AND: So,What should happen when a 7 year old female is molested by a 14 year old male and when the father of the young girls goes to the school to report the incident and finds himself arrested for trespassing ?????
Tune in TONIGHT and hear about this and more...
Updated 9:49 p.m. ET] Suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev is in serious condition in the hospital, Boston police Commissioner Ed Davis said.
But how did law enforcement find suspect Tsarnaev? A Watertown resident saw blood on a boat in his neighbor's backyard, Davis said.
"He opened the tarp and saw a man covered in blood," he said. The man retreated and alerted law enforcement.
Despite being bloody, the suspect exchanged gunfire with authorities from his hiding place, Davis said. Tsarnaev did not have explosives on him at the time of capture, according to Davis.
[Updated 9:41 p.m. ET] Massachusetts is celebrating the collaborative efforts of law enforcement, the public and the media in leading to the capture of the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
This is from CNN-Just in feed.But if this boy dies we'll never know what made him and his brother commit this heinous crime.
Tonight is Friday night so kick back and call the show.Your company is welcomed,while i cook me some fish.Open phones and chat room.
A fast-paced locked-room mystery in Utah’s awe-inspiring canyon lands provides thrills and spills in book 3 of the bestselling RM Outdoor Adventures series.
River guide Mandy Tanner and her fiancé Rob Juarez, owners of RM Outdoor Adventures, are leading an off-season rafting and climbing trip on the Colorado River. The unfamiliar topography and a lecherous local climbing guide have Mandy on edge — but that’s nothing compared to the trouble the clients bring. When a young man is found dead, everyone on the trip is a suspect. Since there’s no way out of the Colorado River’s steep canyons, it’s up to Mandy and Rob to solve the mystery before the murderer strikes again.
Beth Groundwater writes two mystery series, the Claire Hanover gift basket designer series and the Rocky Mountain Outdoor Adventures series starring whitewater river ranger Mandy Tanner. The first book in her Claire Hanover series, A REAL BASKET CASE, was released in hardcover in 2007 and re-released in trade paperback and ebook in November, 2011. The book garnered good reviews from Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, and other national reviewers and was nominated for the 2007 Best First Novel Agatha Award. The second book, TO HELL IN A HANDBASKET, was released in hardcover in 2009, also to good reviews, and was re-released in trade paperback and ebook in November, 2012. The third book, A BASKET OF TROUBLE, will be released in November, 2013.
In June, 2011, she was the parade VIP for the First in Boating on the Arkansas River (FIBArk) whitewater festival in Salida, Colorado, which is featured in DEADLY CURRENTS. Beth lives in Colorado and enjoys its many outdoor activities, including skiing and whitewater rafting.
Slip this one in the "better late than never" slot: earlier in the spring, the glorious actress JOAN VAN ARK returned to the proverbial scene of the crime when she briefly reprised her most iconic and most beloved television role: that of ever-agitated Valene Ewing on TNT's vaunted reboot of the classic prime-time soap Dallas. Van Ark was my seventh guest all the way back in this show's nascent early days, and I was thrilled to welcome her back to Brandon's Buzz for a sneak preview of the action, and though a series of crazy events in my life prevented me from getting this interview edited and assembled prior to the aforementioned Dallas episode's premiere, I suspect you'll still enjoy hearing Joan's invaluable insights about reuniting with her television family, about honoring the memory and incredible legacy of the peerless Larry Hagman, and about how it felt to slip back into poor Val's shoes some thirty years after she first donned them.
Tonight, "V, The Guerrilla Economist" will be back, this time taking us deeper into the labyrinth of lies that is our global economic system. Together with Steve Quayle, they will expose what we are about to not only witness, but experience firsthand. A ubiquitous banking, techno feudalistic system and the coming "allowance code" that will ultimately dictate your financial life to such an extent that you will be reduced to a global number through your global identity account. A system that will be able to monitor every transaction you make, and further dictate your ability to live where you want, buy what you want, and oversee everything you so. An economic "big brother" scenario that is closer than you suspect.
The Hagmann & Hagmann Report provides listeners information about current events and historical topics that transcend the political right-left paradigm and delve into the real issues behind the sugar-coated news.
The hosts will always leave the audience more informed yet wanting more. It can and does get lively at times, as they don't always agree on matters of intent and motive!
TOGETHER, THEY ARE AMERICA'S PREMIER FATHER-SON INVESTIGATIVE TEAM!
Become a vital supporter of our shows, micro-donate to the Rooster Booster Fund.
Today's 5th May, 2013 episode includes: From Point of Inquiry hosted by Chris Mooney:
Back in the summer of 2011—just before the 10 year anniversary of 9/11—this show welcomed on Scott Atran, an anthropologist who is a leading expert on terrorism and violent extremism. Now, in the wake of the Boston bombings and the dramatic capture of suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, we called Atran back to discuss the first large scale U.S. terrorist bombing since 9/11. As Atran's research shows, the Tsarnaev brothers share many parallels with other young, disaffected men who opt for extremist violence around the world. ...
And from the New Books Network hosted today by Marshall Poe: Most people today think of war–or really violence of any sort–as for the most part useless. It’s better, we say, just to talk things out or perhaps buy our enemies off. And that usually works. But what if you lived in a culture where fighting was an important part of social status and earning a living? What if, say, you couldn’t get married unless you had gone to war? What if, say, you couldn’t feed your family without raiding your enemies? Such was the case with Chiricahua Apache of the Southwest. As Lance R. Blyth shows in his terrific book Chirichahua and Janos: Communities of Violence in the Southwestern Borderlands, 1680-1880 (Nebraska UP, 2012), war was a necessary part of Chiricahua life, at least in the 17th and 18th centuries. They needed to fight the Spanish in Janos, and there was nothing the Spanish could really do to stop them, at least in the long term. ... Listen to Lance tell the fascinating story.
Harpsichord music provided by Joyce Lindorff.
Some readings by volunteers at Libris Vox as time allows.
It's Political Tuesday on the Brian The Hammer Show and Brian will be joined by Political Analyst Nick Goroff and they will be talking about:
-The Boston Bombing - Did mainstream media and so-called Specialists get it right?
-The rush to get the news out there first; Is it more informational or mis-information?
-Current Headline News
Join us LIVE at 10am on the West Coast - 1pm on the East Coast - Call in and join the conversation 646-595-3032
Anarckey Entertainment & The Brian The Hammer Show would like to thank our sponsors;
-Midway Market Place, Max Ivy
-Author, Inspirational Speaker, Lonee Taylor
-Evolution Magazine, Darnell Davis
In the mid 90s, Taco Bell introduced the slogan "Make a Run For the Border. At almost every commercial break, channels were flooded with campaigns with a desert backdrop, supposedly the Mexican border and people running into Taco Bell to buy the .49 cent taco. The slogan put Taco Bell on the map as a mainstream fast food restaurant. Some 13 years later in 2003, Dylan Ryan Johnson made a run for the border, but not to Taco Bell. He literally entered Mexico to help with construction on his mother's house, who had moved to Mexico. Dylan, by name is obviously an American. "Gringos" as white americans are called in Mexico typically stand out, especially in the small town of Empalme Escobedo. On Sept 7th 2003, a 16 year old resident of Mexico, Hilario Garcia Rosales was killed inside of a hotel room at the Hotel Villa Empalme. The hotel was known to register each guest license plate. The only information at the time was a "gringo" with a green truck. On Sept 11th, 2003, Dylan's visa was expiring. So rather than pay for the extension of his visa and since his mother was not ready to move into the house, Dylan flew back to the US. Dylan was unaware that he was a suspect of a murder and possible rape. He married and started a business, without a second thought. Six years after the victim's body was found, police return to the hotel with a photo array. However, the photo array only had one "gringo", Dylan. The rest were mexican men. The staff at the hotel of course identify the "gringo". In 2012, US Marshall arrest Dylan who then sits in a cell for 8 months before extradition. Dylan was later convicted of murder and is in a Mexican prison. No DNA, No motive, No eye witness, 6 years before a photo line up. Join us this Wednesday. Get Dylan back across the border.
Concerned about the physical toll the second trial took on Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) benches his brother from hunting until he heals up. So, when geektastic hacker Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) stumbles upon a case and finds the boys, Dean decides it’s time to teach Charlie how to be a hunter-in-training. While happy to see “her highness,” the boys suspect Charlie is hiding something; a secret that could get her killed. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson (#820).