• 01:01

    11.5: Tulsa and Tulane

    in Sports

    Coming off their first back-to-back wins of the season, the Roadrunners now host the #1 team in the C-USA West division, Tulane.  
    Can UTSA upset the the Green Wave and work their way to closing out the season with a winning record?   Tune in...

  • 02:02

    Poydras Street Report Episode #24

    in Sports

    Join the gang as they discuss LSU and Tulane pro day recaps plus draft talk.

    Former MS governer Ronnie Musgrove will be calling into the show.

  • 03:01

    Coming Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    How secure could Hillary Clinton's personal emails be? Also did Hillary Clinton "hide emails of Benghazi coverup"? Also does Edward Snowden have Hillary Clinton's emails about Benghazi? Also an explosion at a coal mine in Ukraine leaves dozens dead in the war-torn area of Eastern Ukraine. Also in Chile Volcano Villarrica erupts causing 4,000 people to evacuate the area as the volcano erupts for the first time since 1985. Also rumors are that in Washington State that Mt. St. Helens is waking up again. Also a 5th monkey has been confirmed with the deadly bacteria Burkholderia pseudomallei as it escaped from the "High Security Lab" at Tulane National Primate Research Center near New Orleans Louisianna. Also baseball and softball will be played at 'Fukushima Japan" in the 2020 Olyimpics. These and much more current news events along with much more and bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana. 

  • 01:01

    UTSA vs. Tulane Preview

    in Sports

    In this week's InsideUTSA.com podcast, Wes Crochet and Mike Craven discuss the Roadrunner football victory over Tulsan and preview the upcoming contest against Tulane. For a membership to InsideUTSA.com email InsideUTSA@yahoo.com for a special offer.

  • 00:31

    Guest Author Dr. Anne Redelfs-"The Storms of Life"

    in Christianity

    Join me today as we talk with Dr. Anne Redelfs.  She was born and raised in Beaver, Pennsylvania, a small mill town outside of Pittsburgh.  She received a B.A. in Chemistry from Duke University and an M.D. from Tulane University. She trained in both pediatric and psychiatry residencies at Tulane-affiliated hospitals in New Orleans.

    Disgruntled by the excessive use of drugs on the mentally ill, she retired from a private practice in psychiatry to pursue independent studies in developmental psychology.  She has published her discoveries in a book, The Awakening Storm. This is a story about the impact of Hurricane Katrina and the levee disaster on New Orleans and the impact of life’s storms and disasters on human beings. 

    Anne currently conducts a ministry of “listening” and holistic healing in Texarkana, Texas.

  • 00:08

    NFL Draft Tulane WR Ryan Grant

    in Football

    Four-year letter winner and two-year starter, who started started 31 of 47 career games and completed his career with 196 receptions for 2,769 yards (14.13 avg.) and 21 touchdowns. Grant finished in the  record book, in fifth-place with the most career receptions, fifth in career receiving yards, third in 100-yard games (12), tied for sixth in touchdown receptions and 10th in yards per reception (14.13 avg.). He had at least one catch in each of the last 33 games he played in and multiple-catch outings in his last 19 contests of his career, and became just the second player in school history to log 1,000-plus receiving yards in back-to-back seasons (1,149-2012;1,039-2013). In 2013, he was named an All-Conference USA first team selection for the second straight year and was a second-team All-Louisiana selection as a redshirt-senior and was invited to both the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine and the 2014 Reese’s Senior Bowl. He led the team in receptions (77), receiving yards (1,039), receiving touchdowns (9), all-purpose yards (1,039) and ranked third on the team in points (54). He logged three 100-plus yards receiving games.

  • 02:00

    Update on Ebola as a bio-weapon psy-op & problems with the CDC #123 WBB

    in Energy

    This podcast starts with the question, "How dire must situations become before people trapped in mass conceptual reality wake up and move toward self preservation?" The podcast analyzes factors that lead to the realization that Ebola is a bioweapon and how this false flag is being pulled off in Africa and in the US. The 2nd half looks at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in the US. This private corporation has strong links to the CIA and Rockefeller's mass depopulation agenda. Estimates show that the population could be reduced by 2.7 billion by June 2016. For attributions and sources, please visit http://pineconeutopia.yolasite.com to see the shownotes.



  • 01:29

    Women In Motion: Dr. Velva Boles author, entreprenuer, public speaker & teacher

    in Self Help

    She is a physician-scientist, graduate of University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Duquesne University Chemistry Department; post-graduate training include Phd graduate work at Colorado State University Biochemistry Department, Disease-mapping at Center for Disease Control (CDC) Zoonotic Division in Fort Collins, Colorado and medical residency at Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Boles enjoys people and problem-solving.

    ****Dr. Boles has a radio show called "Getting It Right With Dr. Boles".  Bill and Arlene Tinker of  Dialysisadvocates.com will be guests on her show at 2pm Pacific (3pm Mountain, 4pm Central and 5pm Eastern).  The show is titled "Hemodialysis Scam: Discussion wi

  • 00:34

    Sharon Weil w/ Rebecca Mark: Words and Waves

    in Lifestyle

    Sharon Weil and Rebecca Mark, writer, poet, professor at Tulane University, delve into her unique practice of unearthing the Muse. Hers is a whole body approach to writing, one that moves seamlessly from words, to movement, to drawing, and back again as a way of generating deep creativity and giving voice to the unexpected.  Using Continuum, the result is a fluid, magical unfolding of imaginal realms; the process itself is the real discovery. For writers, artists, and deep dreamers, alike. www.rebecca@tulane.edu

  • 00:17

    NFl Draft Prospect Show - Tulane QB Ryan Griffin

    in Sports

    Tulane University football standout Ryan Griffin claimed MVP honors of the Sixth Annual Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game. Ryan earned the honor after completing 14-of-18 passes for 214 yards and a pair of touchdowns while leading the National All-Stars to a 24-13 win over Team Texas. Griffin was a four-year starter under for the Green Wave from 2009-12 when he totaled 9,026 yards and 56 scores while completing 836-of-1396 passes. All-Conference USA Honorable Mention in 2012. 
    Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show

  • 00:32

    What Causes Bullying?

    in Parents

    Bullying may be defined as the activity of repeated, aggressive behavior intended to hurt another person, physically, mentally or emotionally. Bullying is characterized by an individual behaving in a certain way to gain power over another person.[9] It can be classified into four types:[10]

    Physical, verbal, and relational bullying are most prevalent in primary school and could also begin in preschool. Cyber-bullying, arguably the most destructive and common form today, is more common in secondary school than in primary school.[10]   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullying#cite_note-:0-10

    If you hit your kid, you give them a message that it’s okay to hit others. And a new study examining the case histories of almost 2,500 American children confirms that spanking breeds bullies. Lead author Dr. Catherine Taylor of Tulane University... factored out the influences such as maternal mental health and use of drugs, domestic violence, neglect, income, age, race and education. And spanking emerged as the most important factor in determining which three-year-old children developed into aggressive five-year-olds. ("Mothers' Spanking of 3-Year-Old Children and Subsequent Risk of Children's Aggressive Behavior", C. A. Taylor, J. A. Manganello, S. J. Lee, J. C. Rice, Pediatrics 2010; 125:5 e1057-e1065; published ahead of print April 12, 2010, doi:10.1542/peds.2009-2678)

    Should we focus on early intervention with parents?

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