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  • 00:15

    A word about the elections in Argentina & Louisiana and a few other thoughts

    in Politics



    We will look at the election in Argentina and its consequences in Latin America.....also the challenges for President elect Macri..........also, the Democrats won the governor's race in Louisiana and there is a big lesson for the GOP........the Democrats will always win when they run a candidate who opposes abortion, supports the 2nd Amendment and faces a weak Senator Vitter tangled up in scandal......and other thoughts......

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  • 01:00

    What Happening in Politics in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana?

    in News

    Three weeks we had the pleasure of having the Town of Amite City, LA  Councilman Jonathan Foster as a guest. Councilman Foster discussed some of the budget cuts that is affecting Tangipahoa Parish. The councilman promised to come back on Nurturing Our Roots BTR to speak to his constituents about the changes and how it will affect those who lives in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Please join host Antoinette Harrell and her special guest.

  • 01:30

    Interview with David Crain - Candidate for Caldwell Parish Sheriff

    in Current Events

    Caldwell Parish Citizens to elect David Crain Sheriff 2015

    I, David L. Crain, am seeking the office of Caldwell Parish Sheriff in the October 24th  election this year.
    I am not a seasoned politician, but I have the experience and the desire to serve the citizens of our parish and enforce the law fairly to everyone.

    My wife, Beckie Ledbetter Crain, and I have raised our five children in Caldwell Parish and now are blessed to have five grandchildren being raised here. It is my desire to see Caldwell Parish and its citizens prosper without the fear of the drug criminal element infesting our schools, homes, and neighborhoods.

    I began my law enforcement career in 1996 in Caldwell Parish under the administration of Sheriff Charles Thompson. In 1997, I graduated from the North Delta Regional Training Academy. While working in Sheriff Thompson’s administration, I made numerous narcotics arrest and diligently worked to rid our parish of illegal drugs due to the fact that the majority of all other crimes revolve around the drug trade....

    Join the conversation and get your questions answered. (773) 897-6398 or visit www.thesmokingglasshour.com

  • 01:01

    Interview with Caldwell Parish Runoff Candidates David May and Clay Bennett

    in Current Events

    Tonight, The Smoking Glass Hour with Baron Glass will be talking live to Candidate for Clerk of Court David May and Candidate for Sheriff, Clay Bennett, both advancing to the runoff in Caldwell Parish.

    Tune in at 7:30 PM CST at www.thesmokingglasshour.com or 773-897-6398.

    The General Election is on November 21 2015.

    Tune in and become and informed voter so when you go to the poll you can choose the RIGHT candidate for the next 4 years.

  • 01:33

    Interview with Candidate for Caldwell Parish Clerk of Court, Ms. Dina Domangue

    in Current Events

    Join us as The Smoking Glass Hour with Baron Glass talk live with Ms Dina Domangue, local attorney, and Candidate for Caldwell Parish Clerk of Court on tonight at 8:00 PM CST.

    You can tune in at www.thesmokingglasshour.com or dial the live host line at 773-897-6398 or you can log on at spreaker.com and search for the Smoking Glass Hour live podcast.

    Your vote is important. Tune in and become knowledgeable about the candidate running for office.

    Ignorance is a state of being uninformend. Many people today wear this definition all over their face. Our message is clear, we want you to understand who the candidate is you are voting for. Because of ignorance people will never understand the process towards success. Join The Smoking Glass Hour and hear what Ms Domangue has to say about her Campaign for Clerk of Court.

  • 01:09

    Louisiana Election Season 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    On the October 14, 2015 episode of Liberal Dan Radio I will be discussing many of the races going on in Louisiana. From the Governor on down I will discuss who i support and why. I will also talk about some of the issues being brought up in this race, from who stood up to Barack Obama the most to David Vitter and his "serious sins". 

    And at the bottom half of the hour I will be interviewing Kara 'Apple' Washington, candidate for the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education in district 2. 

    Those issues, headlines, tweet of the week, and more this week at 8pm central on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right. 

    If you support the show, please consider contributing to the Liberal Dan Radio GoFundMe page. 

    Remember you can always leave your comments about the show on LiberalDan.com. 

  • 00:48

    'The United States Of Metal: Louisiana' On The Metal Matinee

    in Music

    Louisianas Finest This Week On The Metal Matinee


    The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show! Classic 80's Underground. 'Playing The Best Of All The Rest' Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'

    Give Us A Like On Facebook-http://www.facebook.com/Theheavymetalmayehmradioshow

    Official Site-http://theheavymetalmayhemradioshow.com/

    Metal Matinee Bootlegs And Demo-Lition Segment Downloads-http://heavymetalmayhembigcheese.blogspot.com/


  • 02:01

    The Louisiana Project- Ten Years Later

    in History

    So many times a disaster will happen and we watch, we talk, we listen, we mourn then we move on to the next disaster. August 29, 2005, we watched in horror as levees broke and men, women, children, families, the homeless and animals perished one after another leaving a total of close to 2000 dead. Katrina affected many lives and we can only image the hurt, lost and misplaced feelings of the thousands of people affected that day. The African-American Community was really affected by this disaster and to this day are affected with memories, lost and emotions that only they can feel. However, that community has proven to be a strong one with rebuilding, relocating and putting their lives in order. Do not get it wrong this ghost will follow them and will raise its ugly head from time to time but it will not define who they are and what they will become. The stories told are not for you to feel sorry for them but for you to understand the journey they had to take in order to be where they are today. Ten years later and the journey made individuals stronger and more determined than ever, to survive. Levilyn Chriss on October 28th, an independent producer out of Chicago of The Louisiana Project will join CWT4R. The Louisiana Project is a documentary that has given some New Orleanians an opportunity to look back and share their personal experiences surrounded by Hurricane Katrina.  Levilyn and her family were also deeply affected by Katrina. On December 1, 2005, when residents were allowed to go into the Lower Ninth Ward, she went into her father's home and was overwhelmed by the stench and damages. While walking through her dad's neighborhood observing the devastation and hearing the cries of many and talking to some of the residents who had become homeless, jobless, and disconnected from normalcy, she realized they needed a voice.

  • 01:00

    Shattered Lives: Louisiana Missing Persons Cases with Joe Cannon

    in News

    Shattered Lives welcomes CUE Center for Missing Persons Louisiana State Outreach Coordinator Joe Cannon to discuss missing persons cases from his area. Many missing persons cases do not receive media attention beyond the local area. We will talk about those cases and offer known information in hopes of finding the key to their resolution.


  • 00:31

    HCR winter vibes

    in Music

    music  and  interviews  about  Henry Turner jr   and  Hit  city  Records recording  family.

  • 02:03

    Hard Starboard Radio: Unserious

    in Politics Conservative

    The British spoil the global Greenapalooza party; Iowa Carson support shifting dramatically to Ted Cruz; Louisiana turns "blue"; Iranian war games simulate "liberation" of Jerusalem; Obama maintains pro-ISIS tone; Obama's lectern vs. Putin's tanks; Illegal aliens gush across the U.S. southern border at a record rate; Senate Democrats hold Syrian "refugee" cutoff hostage to gun control; and the American people are still not serious about ISIS.