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SovereignMan.com’s Simon Black gives Rick an update on the Justice Department’s instruction to bank tellers to consider calling the police on “suspicious activity” such as withdrawing $5,000 in cash. In Part 2, church planter Tom Doyle talks about his book Killing Christians: Living the Faith Where It's Not Safe to Believe.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
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It was announced today that Tom Brady will be suspended 4 games for his role in "DEFLATE GATE". What a disgrace!! Come on folks, stuff like this is always going on in sports but because it is Tom Brady and the Patriots this is getting blown way of of proportion. Tune in Thursday to hear me rant about how Tom Brady a got 4 game suspension and yet Ray Rices intitial suspension (pre-video) was for 2 games. The NFL hit the team (Patriots) hard with loss of picks and a montetary fine, but the real loss maybe to Tom Brady's image. Call in and tell me if you think this hurts Tom or Not.
The Rangers / Capitals seies will be over by the time this shows airs, so we can dissect the hard fought series and if the Rangers are lucky enough to win gane # 7 at home (Wednesday) than we can break down the upcoming series for you.
The Yankees remain hot as they took 2 out of 3 from the Orioles (screw Buck Showalter) and CC Sabathia got his first win of the season tonite agaist the Rays in Tampa on monday night.
The Mets are playing well depsite a lack of hitting and poor fielding. Bartolo Colon has 6 wins already and Matt Harvey has been great except for the loss this past weekend.
Lots to talk about in the world of Music, with the final episode of That Metal show from last wekend. Lots of music news to go around for everyone.
Log on to blogtalkradio.com to listen in this Thursday May 14th to hear all of this and more. And of course I would love it if you guys called the hotline (347) 826-9934 and gave me your take on this weeks events.
See you This Thursday live at 6:30 pm
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This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comics and politics. Joining us this episode is writer and artist Ming Doyle. Ming is writing a brand new series from DC Comics as part of their new direction, Constantine the Hellblazer.
Ming Doyle was born in Boston to an Irish-American sailor and a Chinese Canadian librarian. In 2007, she earned her BFA from Cornell University with a dual concentration in painting and drawing. She has been working as a freelance illustrator and comic book artist ever since. She worked with such companies as Boom! Studios, Image, Tokyopop and Valiant, and now DC Comics. Works include (but not limited to) The Kitchen, Mara, Quantum and Woody, and now she's taking on writing duties with Constantine the Hellblazer.
We'll be talking about her career as well as her take on John Constantine and what we can expect out of the new series.
We also want to hear what questions you might have for her too. Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
Tom's guest is David Phelan. He has spent more than 10,000 hours counseling, coaching, teaching and helping discover and fulfill the unique purpose of their lives. He is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Arizona and a nationally Board Certified Neurotherapist.
David uses state-of-the-art technology including biofeedback and cognitive behavioral therapy in the private counseling practice he has operated for over a decade in Litchfield Park, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. In addition to biofeedback and counseling, David offers personal and professional development coaching.
David is the author of Biofeeback: An Introduction for Consumers, which is available in paperback and eBook through Amazon. This book is a great resource for those considering if biofeedback may be helpful to achieve their mental health or peak performance goals.
David is currently developing an interactive, web-based program called Purpose and Plan being designed to help identify and develop the tools for a fulfilling life.
Tom Hayes and Billy Porter joing those 'Sugar Shack guys, Rudy Guarino and Jerry Maffeo for another trip to the Sugar Shack with more guests and blasts from the past. Stories about James Brown, The Dells, TheDelfonics , The ChiLites, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes
Rudy Guarino, creator, owner, operator of the world renown Sugar Shack of Boston, MA from 1966 to 1967 co-hosts today's Upbeat program with Billy Porter and Tom Hayes as they welcom, Eddie Levert, lead singer of the word famous 'O'Jays' who's hits "Love Train" " "Money, Money", etc topped the charts during the 60's, 70's and 80's. Eddie and Rudy and Jerry Maffeo, Rudy's manager, will recount the behind the scenes stories of the O'Jays at the Sugar Shack. Join us for a phenomenal reunion and telling of the glory days of the 'Shack'.
"Hookers, Pimps, Gangsters, Celebrities and the Greatest Musical Groups in the World!"
Tom Hayes and Rosemarie Boccia Young welcome Tracy 'Pink Bella' from Vancouver, Canada to speak about, 'The New Earth', healing and abundance. Pink Bella is a healer, light body worker, blogger, TV and radio host who will grace us with her understanding of how the earth and its inhabitants are transforming on 'The New Earth'. Join us for a great discussion.
Author of the play "Wating For Whitey", comedian, actor, screenwriter, George MacDonald joins Tom in an up-to-date conversation on the production of "Waiting for Whitey" as well as his recent article in the 'Somerville Times' about his actual meeting with Whitey Bulger. George will give us the behind the scenes inspiration for his work and the trials and tribulations and success of putting up the production. So, listen, call and join in on the fun.
Tom Hayes and Ralph Peace discuss, "The Sugar Shack Days" re:The Sugar Shack Soul Nightclub in Boston, MA during the late 1960's and !970's! These were the days and nights of such amazing soul and R&B groups like the Four Tops, The ChiLites, The Manhattans, The O'Jays, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes with Teddy Pendergast, The Dells, The Spinners, The Delfonics, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions, Lour Rawls, The Funkadelics, The Parliaments, Eddie Kendricks, etc.
John Keating started his stage and screen career in Boston, MA as a comedian/actor. Today, he lives in Los Angeles and acts, writes and performs. His credits include the recent animation project 'General Zed', films such as : 'The Middle', 'Anger Management', and Criminal Minds. Tune in as we reconnect with John and listen to his insigts and advice on choosing a career in acting, writing and film.
Tom Caufield is a contemplative guitarist with an uncommonly melodic style, and though his music shares traits with ambient music, one still walks away humming identifiable melodies that float in an effortless dream-stream, built into traditional verse-chorus-bridge structures. “I grew up on the popular rock, pop, folk and soul of the times,” says Caufield of his musical boyhood, “so even when I make contemplative mood music, I can’t help but infuse it with a strong melodic storyline.” That’s good news for listeners who love relaxing music and memorable hooks.
I will be sitting down with Tom to discuss his latest CD Things I Heard In The Womb.