• 02:21

    Kansas N/T Racing

    in Automotive

    Kansas no time drag racing Hosted by Reggie(blazaboy)

  • 01:02

    Headlines: GOP in Iowa, Netanyahu & Congress, Market Watch & Super Bowl

    in Politics

    This week on Critical Conversations Host Lisa Ruth will be talking to Senior Political Editor Jim Picht about last weekends Iowa Freedom Summit that gathered some 1,200 conservatives along with presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Scott Walker and others.


    Jim Picht will be discussing who was there, and who was not there including home state Louisianan Bobby Jindal.  Jim asks if Jindal is serious about running for President.


    In DC, House Speak John Boehner and President Obama have locked political horns over Boehner’s invitation to Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress. New killings in Israel and increased threats from Iran’s nuclear program that Lindsay Graham is calling “Obama’s biggest mistake" make this a a must read headline.


    Business Editor Terry Ponick will join Jim and Lisa to talk about money, Switzerland’s franc falling and Europe's ongoing struggle with the Euro, all impacting US markets, while in Greece the new government is making anti-austerity moves, seeking partial loan forgiveness to help restore Greece’s economic stability.


    Terry will also weigh in on Shake Shack’s upcoming IPO. – A healthy meal or just empty calories.


    This weekend all eyes are glued on the Super Bowl, for the game or the ads. Footballer Eric Golub will be on the show with his predictions for Sunday’s game.

  • 01:40

    THURSDAY LAW AND DISORDER

    in Politics

    1st HOUR: Law and Disorder Radio is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.


    Program Summary: 29 Jan. 2015


    The NYPD police officer union’s outrageous assertion that New York Mayor Bill de Blasio had “blood on his hands” in the murder of two NYPD officers, is consistent with the reactionary role of police unions across the country. They came to prominence in the wake of the civil rights movement. Police unions have played a powerful role in resisting all manner police reforms and in defending police officers no matter how outrageous and racist their actions. Attorney Flint Taylor brought an analysis of police unions playing a major role in defending cops throughout the last few decades in his article Blood On Their Hands: The Racist History of Police Unions. 


    I will be reading and commenting on excerpts of Barrett Brown's latest post-sentencing statement as published at D Magazine.

    People who wish to contact him must provide handwritten letters, and nothing else (no printed cards, photostatic copies, or typed) will be cleared through the jail censors.

    Barrett Brown, No. 45047-177
    Kaufman Law Enforcement Center
    P.O. Box 849
    Kaufman, TX 75142

  • 02:01

    WEDNESDAY WITH WIT

    in Politics

    Originally started during Summer 2013 with Thomas Witt, executive director, Equality Kansas the largest premier statewide organization for the LGBT communities.


    Program Summary: 28 Jan. 2015


    Segment Summary:  1st Hour - “This Way Out” the international gay and lesbian radio magazine. (30 min.)


    Then Amanda Marcotte’s outstanding “RH Reality Cast” from the vital news web site RH Reality Check. (30 min. ca.) On this episode of Reality Cast, Jeff Teague of Planned Parenthood explains the fallout from Tennessee’s new abortion law. In another segment, host Amanda Marcotte discusses how Roe‘s anniversary brings out goofy anti-choicers again, and Obama exposes conservative hypocrisy on the family values question.


    2nd Hour: @Naomi_Fowler's outstanding TaxCast courtesy the Tax Justice Network. Then Kenneth Dowst's New World Notes latest "General Weirdness."


     


     

  • 01:04

    Super Bowl, Super Party, Not So Super Politics By Facts

    in Politics Conservative

    The Super Bowl is the SECOND BIGGEST eating day of the year. ..... On tonight's show, I have some suggestions to save you from yourselves.


    Also, The Smurfs struck down their own president again, for reasons that add up to the grand total of 2016


    This week the Elmos Senate hopes to wrap up passage of the XL Pipeline bill and the president stands firm in his intent to veto it. The public also stands firm in their support of XL construction so we will revisit some of the facts and misrepresentation in this highly heated debate.


    And while the Global Economy is peering at trouble down the road, America stands resilient with its future looking up ..... Thanks again to OIL! Oh my! Fortune Magazine says one company is the economic indicator of this fact. We'll discuss it.'


    And, for fun we will talk about how the Smurfs are suddenly the party of obstruction .... How recently was it that the Smurfs said obstruction was a bad thing? What a difference one election makes, no?


    All this tonight, and more on tonight's episode of Jump Right In!

  • 02:01

    The Frat House Sports Show #177

    in Sports

    You’re catching us on a very special evening – our ANNUAL “NFL End-of-Season Round-Table” where we break-down and analyze issues and circumstances that will have off-season and next season ramifications. We only do it twice a year; once in pre-season and again end-of-season. (And, what’s really wild is that you can actually SEE and VIEW this one over on our “Frat House Sports” YouTube Channel!)


    We’ll be breaking up our Round-Table topics with some chat about Marshawn Lynch going “Beast Mode” at NFL’s Media Day; Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski getting his 1,000 win; “4 Minutes of Football”; our Super Bowl XLIX picks between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots . . . and your calls!


    You just got to listen because you never know what’s coming next . . . and, to make it even better, jump in with the Frat House Gang – Frat House Mike, Uncle Mark, Sidekick, and Brandon – by giving your opinion at 347 – 826 – 9964!

  • 01:42

    Civil Chat with Lee looks at What's Trending and Scott Walker

    in Politics Progressive

    Civil Chat with Lee looks at what's trending and continues to look at selected Iowa Free Summit potential republican presidential candidates. Today will conclude with the FULL segment (aside form trending events) on the political success and failures of Scott Walker. Did he deliver on the 250,000 new jobs he said he'd create in his first term. Why does Walker want to dismantle public education and fill Wisconsin with charter schools. Why is Walker so against unions and collective bargaining. Why is Wisconsin at the top of the US in cutting school funding? 

  • 01:15

    College Basketball Preview & Predictions-Recap Halfway Point of the Season

    in Sports

    The College Ball Show returns with our Weekly Podcast that Features Recap, Debate, & Predictions for the Biggest & Best Games in College Basketball. Duke vs. Notre Dame went down to the wire and Kentucky is still unbeaten. Is the Big-12 the best conference in the nation or ACC/BigTen? Discuss and Predict the Gig games coming up like Kansas vs. Iowa State & UNC vs. Virginia. Chris and Marshall break it all down all the way to the National Championship Game!  

  • 00:45

    Willard's Last Stand

    in Politics

    Mitt Romney started his speech Wednesday night at Mississippi State sounding more like a commencement speaker than a political candidate.Romney's opening was a soft mixture of self-deprecation about his college days – "I was an English major, which meant I had no idea what I would do for a living" – and a recounting of some of the human lessons he learned during the 2012 presidential election. Clarion-Ledger
    "Mitt ran and failed. He failed. So you can't have Romney," he said, as the audience cheered robustly.Donald Trump Des Moines Register
    Willard met in Boston last week and went as far as to discuss where campaign headquarters might be located. Romney also is trying to sell an 11,000-square-foot home he is building in La Jolla, Calif. The house, and its car elevator, was used in 2012 to portray him as rich and out of touch.Before his appearance on campus, Romney stopped by Little Dooey, a barbecue restaurant that had a sign outside welcoming him. Wearing Hudson jeans and an open-collared shirt, he stepped out of a black SUV and quickly declared, “I like pulled pork.”. Boston Globe
     

  • 01:00

    LatinoTalk Texas 2015, 0007 More fallout from the GOP Bigot King Rally

    in Politics

    LatinoTalk Texas is news, issues and interviews. Today, I read several articles detailing both the nature and fallout of the Bigot King's Tea Party rally in Iowa.  I also discuss the nature of the growing rift between the Republican Party and the Tea party radicals among them.  It is evident when we see how immigration is the fulcrum upon which their behavior balances.  Just as my analysis indicated weeks ago.  Furthermore we see evidence of this in the way Boehner handles legislation in the US Congress and how Jeb Bush and his detractors behave challenging him on immigration....yet again.  I also read an article about TV Journalist Jorge Ramos of Univsion and how he too is challenging the Republicans on their hard line anti-immigration effort and how the ultimately seek to oust all illegal immigrants.  I point out how the Tea party's agenda is same as their sponsor the Tanton Network's agenda to reduce the American population by half by largely deporting millions upon millions of people.  I caution that though I'm glad Jeb Bush favors Immigration and education reform I doubt he has a chance in the poisoned Republican field while the Democrats are happy to sit back and watch with popcorn.  

  • 01:01

    HUMP DAY WEDNESDAY (LIVE FROM WASHINGTON, DC)

    in Lifestyle

    TONIGHT 9P- We are LIVE from our nation's capitol, Washington, D.C. The GOP has vowed to undo everything President Obama has worked to implement over the past two terms. The next Presidential Election will be more important than races in the past due to the GOP mission. Are you aware of our country's currrent political landscape? What does a Republican controlled House & Senate really mean? Weigh in, we want to hear from you. Dial 917-889-3926 to comment LIVE. Plus, DD will also bring us HEALTH & WELLNESS up the coast from Virginia. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are #TheSocialLab #TMHymanRadio Network.


    Follow us on Twitter: @TMHymanRadio @MrTMHyman @MadameBoston @VeryHotChoc @SabeJames

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