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  • 01:31

    Episode 391: The 1st Democratic Socialist Debate, in Sin city USA!!

    in Politics Conservative

    The 1st Democratic Socialist Debate, in Sin city USA!! Yesterday I had audio clips from the debate and I shared my thoughts on the debate with you. Today we will finish the critique of the debate and drill down a little further than the lamestream media is willing to do.


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  • 00:52

    Lakers Nation Podcast Episode 1 (Preseason Edition)

    in Basketball

    LakersNation.com writer Jabari Davis is joined by Jamieson Welsh (Fox Sports Radio) and Jordan Buscarini (Castle Country Radio) for our weekly NBA discussion where we will provide analysis, a behind-the-scenes look at the Los Angeles Lakers and really attempt to capture the "voice" of Lakers Nation.

    We discussed the summer additions, the current direction of the franchise, Kobe Bryant's return and what realistic expectations for the 2015-16 NBA season might look like.

    This week, we were joined by LakersNation.com's Corey Hansford. Beyond providing quality editorials and news content for the site, Hansford also puts together a weekly roundtable question that we'll try to feature and discuss each episode. Question of the Week: Will D'Angelo Russell or Julius Randle have a better "rookie" season for the Lakers in 2015-16?


  • 02:02

    "Theology Matters" with the Pellews: Intelligent Design with Dr. Steven Meyer

    in Christianity

    Join Devin and Melissa Pellew as we discuss issues related to Christian Apologetics, theology and biblical worldview issues. This week, we will be discussing the new book, Debating Darwin's Doubt: A Scientific Controversy That Can No Longer Be Denied, edited by David Klinghoffer. The book includes ten chapters written by Dr. Steven Meyer and contributions from biologists Richard Sternberg, Douglas Axe, and Ann Gauger; philosopher of biology Paul Nelson; mathematicians William Dembski and David Berlinski; and Center for Science and Culture research coordinator, Casey Luskin.

    During the first hour, we'll be joined by attorney Casey Luskin of The Discovery Institute in Seattle. In his role at Discovery Institute, as Research Coordinator for the Center for Science and Culture, Casey assists and defends scientists, educators, and students who seek to freely study, research, and teach about the scientific debate over Darwinian evolution and intelligent design. Casey will discuss the information he researched and shared in the book.

    During the second hour, we'll be joined by Dr. Steven Meyer. Stephen C. Meyer received his Ph.D. in the philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge. A former geophysicist and college professor, he now directs Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture in Seattle. In addition to his book, Darwin's Doubt and his work on Debating Darwin's Doubt, that we will be discussing, he has also authored Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design. Dr. Meyer's bio includes many published editorials in national newspapers and appearances on national television and radio programs as well as many other popular scientific documentaries. Join us for this informative discussion with some of the leading Intelligent Design proponents of our day.

  • 01:00

    El Segundo Art Walk

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Holly Socrates of Holly Socrates Gallery, Max Yoffe of Big Door Studios and photographer Jason Olive.

    Holly Socrates is perhaps best known for her serene imagery and unusual combinations of media, like charcoal and coffee or paint and fibers. After six years of showing and selling her work in the South Bay and West Side, Holly decided it was time to open her own gallery. In November of 2014, the Holly Socrates Gallery opened their doors on Main Street in downtown El Segundo. 

    Max Yoffe is an award winning producer/director with over 20 years in the industry. His philosophy has been to build a company where innovation and ideation are the driving forces..

    Jason Olive graduated as a member of the National Honor Society on an English Scholarship from the

    University of Hawai’i. The Governor's Award for Academic Excellence. While attending college Jason also embarked on an illustrious career as a fashion model. He holds the distinction of being the first African-American Male Super Model in the world. He has appeared in numerous A-list editorials, magazine covers, print Campaigns,TV commercials (Chanel, Calvin Klein, Revlon Versace, Yves Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren etc.). 

    Big Door Studios is hosting a Coastal Inspired Group Show tonight at the El Segundo Art Walk 

    This morning, we’re going to learn more about the final El Segundo Art Walk for the season happening tonight beginning at 5 p.m.


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  • Broadcaster Jeff Crouere Will Be The Guest. Topics Will Include Trump And Obama

    in Politics

    Since January of 1999, Crouere has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Currently, Crouere is host of a morning program, Ringside Politics, which airs weekdays from 7-11 a.m. CST on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on several affiliate stations and on the Internet at WGSO.com.
    Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, a PBS affiliate in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.
    The website for the radio and television program RingsidePolitics.com provides a web poll, political rumors, a schedule of guests, and links to a variety of Crouere's columns. He writes daily, weekly, and monthly political analysis columns and editorials for a select number of print and on-line publications, including BayouBuzz.com, the Northshore Conifer, Kenner Star, New Orleans City Business, and the Slidell Monthly. He provides regular columns and serves as the Political Editor for NewOrleans.com.
    Crouere has served as moderator for political debates and forums featuring candidates contending for elective office.
    As a Louisiana Republican Party leader and talk show host, Crouere has been interviewed for his perspective by the New York Times, national radio networks such as National Public Radio, Talk America, Radio America, and Catholic Radio, and national cable television networks such as Fox News, CNN, CNN Headline News, CNBC, and MSNBC.

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  • 00:15

    * Celebrity Stylist - Ali Levine *

    in Fashion

    Ali Levine’s passion for styling shines brightly in more places than you realize. She has shared her fashion sensibilities for achieving effortless chic-ness in several media outlets, including: The New York Times, USA Today, FabFitFun, Type F and the Examiner.com. You can also find Ali’s work gracing the celebrity shoulders of A-listers like Jesse McCartney, Lauren Bowles, Arianny Celeste,  Chelesea Kane, James Maslow, Oona Chaplin, Augie Duke, Lilian Garcia, Cody Longo, and Brooklyn Jai on the hottest Hollywood red carpet events. Ali’s fashion visions have come to life in countless editorials: EnVie, Vogue Italia, Glamoholic, Bello, Pure DOPE, SEXEE, Fashion Couture, Luxxy, Coco, and Prysm Magazine to name a few. Her work is also found in popular prints such as Boostcase and Brittney Palmer’s yearly calendars; music videos; buzz feed commercials; advertisement campaigns; and independent films. Needless to say, she enjoys having what she considers to be the “best job in the world”.

  • 00:30

    Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou

    in Current Events

    Topics tonight include getting drunk on the front steps of your home not public intoxication, another police assault involving a 13 year old boy, why big company and government computers are being hacked, banks involved with FIFA scandal being investigated for failing to report money laundering activities, some Jeb Bush, an Austrian brothel owner who is protesting high taxes on his business by offering free sex in the afternoons, a Greece update, and more. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.

  • 01:58

    From Grexit Unto Grexodus

    in Current Events

    The Grexodus is real.  It has been triggered by a financial crisis.  So will yours.


    The Greek diaspora is massive – proportionally greater even than the British.  The free movement of people is a hallmark of any progressive civilisation.  But when austerity measures have cast more than half of young people into unemployment, the loss of more than 150,000 graduates from a population where only five million are available to contribute to national wellbeing does not bode well for the future.

    The figures are stark.  Classically just over half the Greek population is not available to work; this proportion of children, pensioners and those in poor health is little different to other countries.  So, of around 11 million people, the entire economy must be supported by around five million – but only 3.6 million Greeks are currently employed.  1.4 million are without work. Nearly half of those (0.64m) are aged less than 35 years.

    Estimates of the scale of the Greek exodus vary.  Some counts suggest that 75% of the 200,000 emigrants since 2010 are graduates – a brain drain that hardly encourages investment in new start-up enterprises.  Add to that the lack of bank funding for small businesses and the ever-tightening noose of welfare cuts, and it’s no surprise that well-educated young people are flying out.

    Grexodus, not Grexit: the Greater Greek Tragedy

  • 01:07

    Episode 284: 200th Anniversary of Waterloo with John Kuehn

    in Military

    18 June will be the 200th Anniversary of the battle of Waterloo, fought in present-day Belgium.   

    Just in time, regular guest to Midrats, John Kuehn has his latest book out, Napoleonic Warfare: The Operational Art of the Great Campaigns where he covers the operational level analysis of European warfare from 1792 to 1815,  including the tactics, operations, and strategy of major conflicts of the time.

    More than just a description of set piece battle, there is a discussion of naval warfare, maneuver warfare, compound warfare, and counterinsurgency.

    We've got him for the full hour ... we should be able to get to most of it.

    Dr. John T. Kuehn is the General William Stofft Chair for Historical Research at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He retired from the U.S. Navy 2004 at the rank of commander after 23 years of service as a naval flight officer in EP-3s and ES-3s. He authored Agents of Innovation (2008) and co-authored Eyewitness Pacific Theater (2008) with D.M. Giangreco, as well as numerous articles and editorials and was awarded a Moncado Prize from the Society for Military History in 2011.

    His previous book was, A military History of Japan: From the Age of the Samurai to the 21st Century.

  • 00:55

    TNT with Dale the Truth

    in Politics Conservative

    It's our post-primary election wrap up show (gubernatorial recanvass, dumb neocon editorials, and the Hal Rogers-Will Scott conspiracy).  And we'll also discuss Senator Rand Paul's stand against the Patriot Act.  

  • 01:03

    Women of Golf - with special guests: Barbara Nuchereno & Julie Fink

    in Golf

    Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!

    Cindy & I speak with two highly successful women to discuss golf and how it has become a great business tool for them.

    Our Special Guests:

    Barbara (Schwartz) Nuchereno - an attorney at HoganWillig, Attorney's at Law

    More about Barbara:

    Attorney admitted 27 years. 13 years private practice experience in Estate, Real Estate, Contract, Family and Matrimonial law with some civil and criminal litigation experience. Extensive courtroom experience serving as Confidential Law Clerk, Acting Referee, and mediator in the Courts. Admitted to practice NYS in January of 1988. Elected to Amherst Town Board, serving 2009-2013. Prior member of Amherst Industrial Development Agency.

    Julie (Kianof) Fink- President/Publisher at WELCOME Magazine.

    Here's a little about Julie:

    WELCOME is the premium, hard cover and online guide to the Buffalo/Niagara Region. Featured in over 80 hotels (in-room), and complemented by our interactive website. Editorials and photography highlighting Dining, Shopping, Sightseeing, the Arts, Nightlife, Events, Sports and Gaming. Advertising consists mainly of locally owned and operated establishments. Links to all are featured on website. Local distribution through various businesses, colleges, universities, festivals and events. Also featured in the USAir Club at the Buffalo/Niagara International Airport. Specialties: Tourism, marketing, event planning, social media.

    Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf