• 01:52

    "Overtime"(Sports Talk) #109 Guest New Orleans Saint RB Travaris Cadet

    in Sports

    "Overtime"(Sports Talk) Presented & Broadcasting Live From Fox And Hound Elmwood.Giving You News And Info From NFL ,NBA ,NCAA, And Exclusive Local News From The New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Pelicans & New Orleans VooDoo. With Host Nader(@Nader723), Thomas Big T.(@Da1ThomasG) & Gino McGee(@ESPNGINO_NFLNBA) With New Pelicans And NBA News.To Call In Live During The Call 619.393.6479. www.wtxgtalkradio.com

  • 00:31

    Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attack in France

    in Entertainment

    Popular (and infamous) Charlie Hebdo french satyrist mag attacked by Al Quaeda cadet commandos. Multiple dead.

  • 00:16

    NFL Draft Talk with Appalachian State RB, Travaris Cadet

    in Sports

    Played wide out and made switch to running back in 2010 and is was onne of the most explosive players in the nation ... due to his game-breaking skills, ASU used him as a rusher, receiver and punt and kickoff returner ... after spending his first season at ASU lining up everywhere from quarterback to wide receiver, Cadet settled in at running back last year and responded with an all-conference campaign despite working primarily in a reserve role behind incumbent starter Devon Moore ... enters his senior campaign as the unquestioned starter at running back and will likely continue his role as the Mountaineers' primary return specialist ... could become even more productive having spent an entire offseason knowing what position he would play for the first time in his collegiate career ... has impressed professional scouts with his tremendous speed and athleticism to go along with a sturdy 6-1, 210-pound frame ... has worked on eliminating fumbles that have been an issue at times throughout his career ... widely regarded as one of the program's hardest workers and most team-oriented players.

  • 00:28

    #120 Jim Dwyer - Author - Annihilation Beach

    in Education

    The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with over 4000 schools participating.


    James F. Dwyer is a 1980 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. While a cadet, he attended the U.S. Army Paratrooper School at Fort Benning, Georgia and earned his jump wings in the summer of 1978. He also served in the U.S. Army as an armored cavalry officer in the 2nd Squadron of the 9th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Stewart, Georgia from 1981 until 1984. After leaving the Army, he worked as trader on Wall Street for nine years before leaving for Sandy Springs, Georgia where he worked as a stock broker for another nine years with A.G. Edwards & Sons. He left the financial world after 9-11 and became a firefighter with the City of Atlanta Fire Rescue Department at the age of forty-six. He has been with this department for ten years and has worked as a part-time firefighter for seven years with the Sandy Springs Fire Rescue Department as well. He is married to his wife, Meryl, and they have four dogs and two cats at home in Acworth, Georgia. Jim and Meryl belong to Freedom Church, a non-denominational Christian church in Acworth and on Sundays he participates in a bible study program for inmates at the local jail. This is his first literary work and he is currently working on the second book of his three-part series about the battle of Tarawa.


    Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in four foreign countries.


    Please join our audience and call in with your questions and comments.
     

  • 01:20

    Author Len Kasten on Paranormal Geeks Radio

    in Paranormal

    Len Kasten has a B.A. degree from Cornell University, where he majored in psychology and minored in literature and philosophy. After graduating from Cornell he entered the U.S. Air Force Aviation Cadet program. While in the Air Force he experienced a UFO encounter that had a transformative effect on his life, although he didn't realize it until a few years later. After serving in the Air Force he moved to Richmond, Virginia. On frequent trips to Virginia Beach, he spent a lot of time in the extensive New Age library at the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.), the organization founded by psychic Edgar Cayce, where he acquired a self-education in metaphysics. He then moved to Boston where he was introduced to Theosophy and joined the Boston Theosophical Society.


    Then later, while working in Washington D.C. in the 1960s, he felt drawn to join the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP). NICAP was the most prestigious organization in the country investigating UFO phenomena. At that time, in the mid-1960s, there was a wave of UFO sightings all across the country, and NICAP was precisely in the eye of the storm. It was swamped with inquiries from the public and the media, and was the major source of information nationally for UFO reports. Thanks to its thorough, careful field investigation program, NICAP was able to provide solid evidence to the press, which had the effect of embarrassing the government into beginning its own serious UFO investigation - the now infamous Project Blue Book.

  • 00:59

    Saints Second Line Fans Talk Show - Bucs vs. Saints Recap

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    Saints Second Line Fans Talk Show - Bucs vs. Saints Recap


    Join us on the Second Line Show - Saints Fans Talk Show tonight at 8 PM CST/9 PM EST. Fans will get to discuss the Saints overtime win versus the Tampa Bay Bucs! Talk about the win for the Saints, Drew Brees' 3 INT's, Jimmy Graham's Injury, Khiry Robinson + Pierre Thomas + Cadet's big plays and Brandin Cooks.

  • 00:42

    Privacy – Surveillance – Security

    in Politics Progressive

    Chief Timothy J. Longo, Sr., began his law enforcement career with the Baltimore Police Department in 1981 as a Police Cadet. In June of 1984, he graduated from the department’s Education and Training Division and was awarded the Police Commissioner’s Award of Excellence. In April of 1993, he assumed command of the department’s Special Investigation Section within the Internal Investigation Division. Chief Longo implemented the nation’s first three digit non-emergency number, 3-1-1. As a result, his department received the prestigious Weber Seavey Award for innovative law enforcement. From 1996 to 1998, Chief Longo served as Commander of the Southeastern District and in December of 1998, became the Chief of Staff to Police Commissioner Thomas Frazier. In March of 1999, he again received exempt appointment to the rank of Colonel and served as Chief of the Technical Services Bureau. In February of 2001, he was selected to serve as the Chief of Police for the City of Charlottesville, Virginia.


    Chief Longo is a graduate of Towson University in Baltimore where he served as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of the University of Baltimore, School of Law, and holds a Juris Doctorate from that institution. Chief Longo lectures across America in the field of Ethics, Professional Standards, Internal Affairs, and has served as a police practices expert in civil rights litigation on behalf on both plaintiffs and defendants.


     

  • 01:00

    Jim Shelton, USAF SR-71 Pilot (Retired) edited

    in Technology

    Jim Shelton entered the Air Force's Aviation Cadet Program in 1955, receiving his wings in December 1956.  His first assignment was flying the F-86-F in Korea.  In 1958 he was assigned to the B-47 program.  He spent 5 ½ years flying the B-47 from Orlando FL and Lincoln NE, with many deployments to Europe.  


    In October 1964 he flew the F-102 in preparation for flying the B-58 Mach 2 SAC bomber.  He flew the B-58 for 2 ½ years before being selected for the SR-71 Program.  


    In November 1967 he arrived at Beale and started flying the SR-71 in July 1968.  He flew the aircraft for six years accruing 911 hours.  


    He flew operational missions over North Viet Nam, North Korea, the periphery of China, the DMZ area of Korea and the first Middle East mission in September 1973. 


    He received 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses and 7 Air Medals for the operational missions flown.  


    He had several staff positions at Beale AFB and retired as the Director of Reconnaissance for 15th Air Force at March AFB in 1980.  


    After retiring, he worked for the Lockheed Company's Skunk Works in the Logistic Support Division for the F-117 Stealth Fighter and retired from there in 1991.


    Podcast on location from March Field Air Museum, Riverside, CA

  • 01:00

    Jim Shelton, USAF SR-71 Pilot (Retired)

    in Business

    Jim Shelton entered the Air Force's Aviation Cadet Program in 1955, receiving his wings in December 1956.  His first assignment was flying the F-86-F in Korea.  In 1958 he was assigned to the B-47 program.  He spent 5 ½ years flying the B-47 from Orlando FL and Lincoln NE, with many deployments to Europe.  


    In October 1964 he flew the F-102 in preparation for flying the B-58 Mach 2 SAC bomber.  He flew the B-58 for 2 ½ years before being selected for the SR-71 Program.  


    In November 1967 he arrived at Beale and started flying the SR-71 in July 1968.  He flew the aircraft for six years accruing 911 hours.  


    He flew operational missions over North Viet Nam, North Korea, the periphery of China, the DMZ area of Korea and the first Middle East mission in September 1973. 


    He received 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses and 7 Air Medals for the operational missions flown.  


    He had several staff positions at Beale AFB and retired as the Director of Reconnaissance for 15th Air Force at March AFB in 1980.  


    After retiring, he worked for the Lockheed Company's Skunk Works in the Logistic Support Division for the F-117 Stealth Fighter and retired from there in 1991.


    Podcast on location from March Field Air Museum, Riverside, CA

  • 02:03

    JOHN KLEMMER - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - TUESDAY, AUGUST 5 2014 - 7pm PST

    in Music

    John Klemmer (born July 3, 1946) is an American saxophonist, composer, song writer and arranger.[1]


    He was born in Chicago, Illinois, and began playing guitar at the age of 5 and alto saxophone at the age of 11. His other early interests included graphics and visual art, writing, dance, puppetry, painting, sculpting and poetry. He studied at schools that include The Art Institute of Chicago and began touring with various local midwest "ghost big bands" (Les Elgart, Woody Herman) as well as playing with small local jazz and rock groups. After switching to tenor saxophone in high school, Klemmer participated actively in the local Chicago jazz scene, playing with commercial small groups and big bands while leading his own groups in the Chicago area and touring.Klemmer had extensive studies in music, taking private lessons as a youth and in college in piano, conducting, harmony, theory, composition, arranging, clarinet, flute and classical and jazz saxophone. He studied saxophone and jazz improvisation with noted Chicago saxophonist and teacher Joe Daley. He attended the prestigious Interlochen's National Music Camp. The year he graduated from high school, Klemmer was signed by producer Esmond Edwards at Cadet/Chess Records, eventually recording five albums with Cadet/Chess, including his innovative hit album, Blowin Gold (co-produced by ex-Rolling Stones producer Marshall Chess). This album was considered by many as the first of the jazz/rock fusion genre; follow-up albums introduced innovative rock rhythms, sounds and production techniques and debuted electronic effects with the saxophone that became his now trademark delay sound.


     

  • 00:33

    THE NEW SHADOW AMICUSVERITAS

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