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The Morning News with Danan is starting! On Today’s Show: Colorado Wildfire Update with Reporter Nanci Sanders, Can Morning Coffee Ward Off Skin Cancer?, Pushing the River.
President Obama says "Syriain President Assad has Crossed the Red Line". Assad has used chemical weapons on the people of Syria and now Obama is sending weapons and supplies and going to set up a "No Fly Zone". Also Russian President Putin is not convinced that chemical weapons have been used, and he supports Assad. Also Iran is holding Presidential elections today to replace Ahmadinejad. Also Jerusalem Joe will be a live guest from Jerusalem in the broadcast. Also Wildfires are burning out of control in Colorado burning down 360 homes and leaving 2 dead. Also a massiave explosion at a chemical plant in Louisiana has left 1 dead and 73 injured. Also a powerful earthquake hit Christmas Island in Indonesia of 6.7. Also Turkey has agreed to freeze the Gezi Park project until a new ruling can be heard, hoping to stop the riots. Also Ethiopia ratifies River Nile Treaty to build a Dam and block the Nile River from Egypt, causing Egytian President Mohammad Mursi to threaten war. Also these current events and more along with bible prophecy and the powerul Word of God with your host Pastor Paul Begley
Barack Obama's half-fast (assed) "decision" to aid the Islamic fanatics, now losing to Bashar Assad, who is backed by Russia and Iran, is the equivalent of sending guys with Super Soakers to fight the Colorado wildfires, but no matter. It served its purpose; that is, distracting from his $100 million African boondoggle
Political Correctness on a level of insanity I thought was unimaginable-FBI Director describes "outreach" to Boston mosque frequented by Tsarnaevs prior to bombing
Sen. Rubio still can't admit he's being played by Sen. Chuck Schumer on amnesty for illegals
Bill Clinton-"Father of the Year." Seriously?
Huggies "sympathy" belt
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A day after DJay Da Queen's Birthday, we are going to share the party with you! Monday Music Mayhem continues as we play some of the dopest music out as well as some of the best dance tunes that had everyone on their feet!
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Former NBA Star Mookie Blaylock was charged with a suspended liscense and the death of a woman Sunday
The NBA Playoffs continue as Indiana Pacers meet Miami Heat in Miami for Game 7. Queen's prediction... Pacers win it!
Game company Zynga, who brought you Farmville, Scramble with Friends, Words with Friends, etc, set to lay off 18% of staff in order to save a pretty penny (let's say about $80 Million)
Kim Kardashian Baby Daddy issues and how Bruce Jenner says "Kanye is never around"
Attack of the Killer Bees (and we don't mean WU TANG). A man is killed by the sting of 40k killer bees.
Break up to not so make up. The Facebook Note that has encouraged women to still be sweet after finding infidelity.
Gross! Do you eat at Taco Bell? You may want to consider after hearing this story that landed on Facebook and most recently, the WORLD!
Trouble in NorCal. Wildfires continue to spread, forcing 3,000 people from their homes
The huge FORD motor vehicle recall. 2013 was the end of the world for Ford according to the Mayans.
George W. Bush opens his presidential library, and reminds poor, oppressed Americans yearning to be free what an American president sounds like; Jason Collins dribbles down the lane and takes it to the hole; Smoke and fire, the two commodities Gollyfornia still has in abundance (okay, they have lots and lots of debt and debauchery, too); House Republicans doggedly persist in doing the right thing by pursuing Benghazi-gate, if only for the vanishingly tiny chance that a fair history of this dark age might still be written; and the quantity of "Islamophobic" evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing that we're supposed to studiously ignore grows bigger than Muhammed's mountain.
Hurricane Sandy whipped through the mid-Atlantic region this past Monday and claimed over 60 lives. Her winds knocked down power lines, blowed over trees and leaving more than five million people without power. Flooding in Nigeria has killed overly 150 people and displaced hundreds of thousands of others. Lack of food, water and shelter has turned into a humanitarian crisis. An earthquake of a magnitude of 4.2 could be felt in southern Alaska. On October 16th, a minor ear
Our guest this morning is Sean Scott. Sean is the author of The Red Guide to Recovery – a Resource Handbook for Disaster Survivors.Having witnessed first-hand the many difficulties disaster survivors faced in the aftermath of wildfires, earthquakes, floods, and other disasters, Sean, a fire restoration contractor by trade and CEO of Heritage Publishing & Communications, Ltd. identified an unmet need. It was clear that once first-responders left the scene of a disaster, people often b