• 00:34

    S04E02 -- Going Out West

    in Video Games

    Pardon the Interruption is hosted by GZL GM's Anthony Fernandez and Ian Coyle and covers all of the newsworthy events spanning the '08 Madden GM league. Based on the ESPN TV Show, the two controversial hosts bicker through top headlines, numerous popular PTI game segments and other pop culture topics. On tap this week: Headlines, Toss Up, Oddsmakers, Role Play, 5 Good Minutes, and Happy Time.

  • The Spirit Alive Praise & Worship Experience: I Beg Your Pardon

    in Religion

    The Spirit Alive Praise & Worship Experience is a virtual church where our troops stationed all over the world can come to worship, where those who are unable to get out of the house to attend a local church can come to worship, and where those who have been hurt by others in the church may come to worship, and be restored.

    Message: I Beg Your Pardon

    Text: Matthew 18:21-35


    In the scripture today, Jesus points to the importance of forgiveness in this business of loving each other. Peter initiates the discussion when he says, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?” The Jewish rabbis taught that you should forgive someone three times, but after that there was no forgiveness. Peter thought he was being large of heart by going beyond the normal bounds of forgiveness, so he was probably shocked when Jesus said, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times.” And if the truth were told, we are shocked that Jesus demands this kind of forgiveness as well. We often withhold forgiveness after just one offence, let alone seventy-seven times. 



  • 00:23


    in Christianity

    Hâte de vous retrouver et de partager ensemble sur la place qu'occupe le pardon au sein du couple.

    Le pardon, cette puissance qui libère....

    Nous avons tous besoin d'être pardonné et de pardonner à tous ceux qui nous offensent. 

    Parlons-en samedi 12 avril 2014 à 10h00 à l'antenne.


    Soyez bénis



  • 00:32

    S04E01 -- For JP

    in Video Games

    Pardon the Interruption is hosted by GZL GM's Anthony Fernandez and Ian Coyle and covers all of the newsworthy events spanning the '08 Madden GM league. Based on the ESPN TV Show, the two controversial hosts bicker through top headlines, numerous popular PTI game segments and other pop culture topics. On tap this week: Headlines, Toss Up, Oddsmakers, Over Under, and Happy Time.

  • 00:45

    God's Abundant Pardon

    in Politics Conservative

    Today's show goes back into the bible as I'll take a look at a few chapters and passages that show God's love for His children, His plan, and his forgiveness and mercy for all of us that just don't seem to get it right in these flesh bodies.  It seems elementary, but I think one of the things we all need to remind ourselves of sometimes is that as He says, His ways are not our ways  and He has far more patience quite frankly than you, I, or anyone else does.  So, today, we'll take a look at some of the parts of the bible that indicate this, beginning at 4:30 and archived after that

  • 02:06

    After 30 Years Of Wrongful Imprisonment, What's Next For Johnnie Savory?

    in Women

    In one of his last acts before leaving office, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn finally issued a pardon for Johnnie Savory, taken from school at age 14 and wrongfully imprisoned for 30 years for a murder he didn't commit. Denied the DNA testing for years, a test that would have exonerated him immediately, Mr. Savory has been waiting for the past five years since his release to have his name cleared. The question is, did Governor Quinn issue a full pardon? And what are the ramifications of the State admitting its guilt in allowing a 14 year old boy to be framed for murder? Will a lawsuit need to be filed to recover damages? And how many of the innocent are still languishing behind bars, unable to get justice?




  • 02:02

    Jailed But Innocent: Will The State Compensate Those Unjustly Imprisoned?

    in Women

    As DNA evidence continues to exonerate many who have served time for crimes of murder and rape, those who have been unjustly jailed are seeking to put their shattered lives back together. Filing a lawsuit against the government is a long and costly process and yet how does one simply walk away from having years of ones life stolen? Millions have been pain in compensatory damages to those who were finally freed after so much time served behind bars. The State will owe so much more to the many jailed but innocent people that have yet to be exonerated. Johnnie Savory, arrested at age 14 and falsely accused of murder, spent 30 years in prison before being released. He discusses his next step, since outgoing Governor Pat Quinn officially issued a pardon, acknowledging he was wrongfully imprisoned.

  • 00:25

    Nation of Perpetual Punishment

    in Politics Progressive

    Paid your debt to society? Think again and keep paying.

    Our literary and cinematic clichés include felons reinventing themselves after prison. Our society actively discourages reintegration. We are more like Valjean/Javert or Hester Prynne. You will wear your mistake and pay for it so long as you live.

    Most obvious are CORI-style criminal-records files that give employers an excuse to hire someone other than an ex-convict. That keeps the former felon struggling and poor.  

    Even among rich celebrities, there can be pushback. Lately Mak Wahlberg has asked for a pardon from an old conviction for a racist assault (one of several in his teens and early 20s). Seems as a convicted felon, he has problems getting liquor licenses for his burger restaurants. Consider the harm and hopelessness if you aren't a wealthy, famous music and movie star.

    At a base level though, why do the feds encourage states to bar former felons from the number one civic duty of voting? Only two New England states let incarcerated criminals vote absentee. Quite a few permanently ban participation in elections.

    There is some logic to preventing ex-convicts from getting gun permits...but only if they had committed vioent offenses. But honestly, why separate the paid-their-debt crowd from the rights of citizenship?


  • 00:32


    in News

    This Week Kayyus "Tongue Stay Loose", Den Tut Re, & Saqar will be discussing what Dr York means to Black People, can Obama grant Executive Clemency, and Why is Dr York's priveleges being blocked.




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  • 01:09

    Deepertruth: Eucharistic Adoration and Miracles of Padre Pio

    in Religion


    "My heart feels as if it were being drawn by a superior force each morning just before uniting with Him in the Blessed Sacrament. I have such a thirst and hunger before receiving Him that it's a wonder I don't die of anxiety. I was hardly able to reach the Divine Prisoner in order to celebrate Mass. When Mass ended I remained with Jesus to render Him thanks. My thirst and hunger do not diminish after I have received Him in the Blessed Sacrament, but rather, increase steadily. Oh, how sweet was the conversation I held with Paradise this morning. The Heart of Jesus and my own, if you will pardon my expression, fused. They were no longer two hearts beating but only one. My heart disappeared as if it were a drop in the ocean." (Bl. Padre Pio)

  • 02:00

    Fast And Furious Friday!! 1-30-2015

    in Politics Conservative

    This Week On The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program:

    A Revisit To Lysander Spooner

    The 12th Chapter Of His Essay

    “Trial By Jury”

    Adult Themes Will Be Discussed. Adult Language May/ Will Be Used.

    You have been warned!!!!!

    Join The Panel:





     As Thomas Jefferson once wrote,
    "...God forbid we should ever be 20. years without such a rebellion. The people can not be all, and always, well informed. The part which is wrong will be discontented in proportion to the importance of the facts they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty. We have had 13. states independent 11. years. There has been one rebellion. That comes to one rebellion in a century and a half for each state. What country ever existed a century and a half without a rebellion? And what country can preserve it's liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it's natural manure." -Thomas Jefferson Nov. 13, 1787

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