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  • 01:59

    IURL Presents: Penny's Politics Radio - Speaking Truth to Power -5/6 @9pm ET

    in Politics Progressive

    Welcome to IURL Presents: The Penny's Politics Radio Show - Speaking Truth to Power - REPLAY at 9 pm ET. Be sure to not miss he Penny's Politics Radio Show LIVE on Monday's on the Blog Talk Radio Network at 4:00 pm CT here - http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pennyspolitics.


    Known as the Voice of the Wisconsin, Host Penny Sikora speaks truth to the powers that be on the subjects which matter to you. As a previous labor activist, motivational speaker and 2016 candidate for Milwaukee, Wisconsin District Alderman tune into to a replay of The Penny Politics Radio Show - on the IURL Affiliate Network.


    Independent Underground Radio LIVE (IURL) Network is a FEATURED FIFTH YEAR PROGRAM ON BTR -Progressive Talk Radio Network covering Michigan and National Politics, breaking news and more. As Michigan's Top Politico podcast, IU Radio LIVE had over 1.7 Million podcast downloads since 2010!


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  • 02:06

    Aaron Dixon BPP Seattle Captain - Our People Are Rising !!

    in Current Events

    Our Inter-communal Political Prisoner radio show George Jackson University radio will air 5/6/15 at 8:00 pm est our special guest: Comrade Aaron Dixon call in:
    347- 826-7332


    at just 19 years-old Aaron Dixon and he was given instructions to form the Seattle Chapter. With his appointment as Captain of the Seattle Chapter, he formed the first branch of the BPP outside of California.


    Dixon and his fellow Panthers were able to turn their Panther chapter into a thriving center of militant Black activism and community service in Seattle’s Central District.
    Dixon and Panthers created a free medical clinic (still in operation today as the Carolyn Downs Clinic), five breakfast programs for schoolchildren, the first free food bank in Seattle, a prisoner visitation program, and free legal services for poor people. The Party also responded to calls from the community regarding police brutality and harassment.


    www.blogtalkradio.com/georgejacksonradio 8:00 pm est 347- 826-7332

  • 00:17

    Nats Nightly: Bryce Harper goes wild, 3 HRs in Nationals' 7-5 win over Marlins

    in Baseball

    Bryce Harper hit three home runs off Miami Marlins' starter Tom Koehler and Max Scherzer settled in after giving up two runs early and the Washington Nationals took a 7-5 decision over the Miami Marlins and 2 of 3 in the series in D.C.

  • 00:33

    Let's Talk Kingdom with Catrina-Interview with Gospel/Blues Artist Angi Waldrop

    in Entertainment

    Angi Waldrop is a local worship leader/worship coordinator at NoDa29, a new, come-as-you-are Bible based ministry located in the NoDa district of Charlotte. Angi strongly favors the Blues in her vocal style, writes her own faith-based Blues lyrics, and is currently searching for like-minded musicians. Angi has spent her life in church but says that the absolute turning point in her relationship with Jesus was when she was born again in 2007 at the age of 35. 


     


     

     

     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 01:35

    Who’s the Bad Guy?

    in News

    Dave’s guest this week is Arthur J. Jones, an active participant in the fight for the preservation for White Western civilization for over 40 years.


    His political activity began in 1967 and in 1968 he helped put George Wallace on the ballot, going door-to-door, calling on Black-owned businesses who resented the weekly extortion payments they made to support the Black Panther Party. In 1969, Jones was drafted into the Army and sent to Vietnam as a combat infantryman.


    Jones entered college after his discharge from the Army, and became involved with the Young Republicans and was a delegate to the Wisconsin state Republican convention. He later joined the American Party in support for Congressman John Schmitz, whom Wallace designated his successor in the presidential campaign of 1972 after he was shot.


    Disgusted by the media blackout of Schmitz’s campaign, Jones joined the National Socialist White People’s Party (American Nazi Party) and was that party’s candidate for Milwaukee mayor in 1976, where he received more votes than the candidates of the Republican Party, Socialist Workers Party and the U.S. Labor Party, but lost to the incumbent mayor. He remained with that party for eight years, then left to form his own organization, the America First Committee. Since then he has run for Congress in the 3rd Congressional district in Illinois, where he received 33% of the vote in the Republican primary in 2010.


    Jones has continued his activism by speaking at rallies and demonstrations all across the South and Midwest, sponsored by groups such as Aryan Nations and the National Socialist Movement.


    Jones’s grandfather was a World War 1 veteran, his father was a World War 2 veteran, and his mother was a veteran of the Women’s Army Corp. He is Welsh, Scottish, Norwegian and Swedish, and has been married to his 100% Irish wife, Patricia, a retired Chicago schoolteacher since 1983.

  • 00:30

    "Be" something when you grow-up!

    in Christianity

    We all want to be something right? Sitting at a ballgame filming last night two parents broke in to a " dual" about their children's education, one had won the promise, another had won presidential, and two were inline for the purple heart, or was it the young guns congressional medal of honor???...lol


    We need to be proud of our kids, I know I am proud of mine, but are we ever proud of them in Jesus?  I want you all, including myself to "BE" something when we grow-up in Jesus.


     

  • 01:02

    Meet Paul Chabot Candidate For The 31st Congressional District

    in Politics

    Paul Chabot is a Congressional Candidate for the 31st District of California for the 2016 elections but that's not all; Paul will discuss who he is, why he's running, and what his election to Congress means for the country. These are turbulent times as the nation ponders the next 4 years and beyond, with crippling debt, an increasingly complicated and outmoded tax system, and a government that has gone astray. The nation looks to the next generation of leaders who are fully prepared to take on the challenges of tomorrow and Paul Chabot will make his case.


     


    Show times:  6 pm PT - 7 pm MT - 8 pm CT - 9 pm ET - Every Wednesday


    All shows are live but are recorded for future play.  We invite you to copy and share all programs. 


    Caller Lines:  (619) 393-6478 or toll free (888) 436-1206

  • 00:17

    Nats Nightly: Nationals drop 2-1 decision to Marlins; Strasburg out after 3 IP

    in Baseball

    Stephen Strasburg never looked comfortable on the mound and the Washington Nationals' right-hander left tonight's game after just 3.0 IP. The Miami Marlins made a 2-1 lead hold up in spite of the fact that they walked six batters on the night. 

  • 01:07

    Titus 2 Tuesday with Keva Renee & FURTESHA CARTER

    in Politics

    Titus 2 Tuesday Welcomes Back FURTESHA CARTER for Metro Council 13 in Nashville, TN
    Get to know Furtesha Carter…
    Furtesha Carter is a true “Nashvillian” born and raised. Growing up in Nashville allowed her to inherit a unique appreciation for southern hospitality. Furtesha quotes, “Without God, family and friends what do you have in life? In my world, those are my three focuses.”Whether it be in real estate or volunteer programs, she finds great joy in using the talents God has provided her in order to help people. Furtesha is the proud parent of a teenage daughter and son and is called Momma to many teenagers through Nashville’s Communityfoster care system. She is the founder of a non-profit mentoring program, Sister 2 Sistah that caters to middle-school age girls throughout the Nashville and surrounding communities. Because the majority of her family resides within the Nashville area, Furtesha has been allowed to spend spring/summers barbecuing and fall/winters entertaining in her home with family and friends which she truly enjoys.
    Furtesha attended Daymar Institute for Accounting and is attending Bethel University for Business Management. Her skill set has provided her vocational opportunities from church secretary to accountant. Her personality has allowed her to be an affective cheerleading coach, PTO president, and community volunteer. But her passion to connect community and family drives her efforts to serve as your metro council representative for District 13.
    Get to know her on social media before the broadcast:
    http://www.placingfamily1st.com/
    http://carterfor13.com/
    https://twitter.com/votecarter13
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sister-2-Sistah-Mentoring
    https://www.facebook.com/yourneighborhoodagentfurteshacarter

  • 00:46

    Jörg Glismann Reading a Teaser on the book "Rulers of Evil" by Tuppy Saussy

    in History

    Vatican II affirms Catholic doctrine dating back to 1302, when Pope Boniface VIII asserted that "it is absolutely necessary for the salvation of every human creature to be subject to the Roman Pontiff." This was the inspiration of the papacy to create the United States of America that materialized in 1776, by a process just as secret as the Reagan-Vatican production of Eastern Europe in 1989. What? American government Roman Catholic from the beginning?


    Consider: the land known today as the District of Columbia bore the name "Rome" in 1663 property records; and the branch of the Potomac River that bordered "Rome" on the south was called "Tiber." This information was reported in the 1902 edition of the Catholic Encyclopedia's article on Daniel Carroll. The article, specifically declaring itself "of interest to Catholics" in the 1902 edition, was deleted from the New Catholic Encyclopedia (1967). Other facts were reported in 1902 and deleted from 1967. For example, when Congress met in Washington for the first time, in November, 1800, "the only two really comfortable and imposing houses within the bounds of the city" belonged to Roman Catholics. One was Washington's first mayor, Robert Brent. The other was Brent's brother-in-law, Notley Young, a Jesuit priest.

  • 01:11

    BBA Live!

    in Sports

    BBA Live! is the flagship podcast of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance. Listen in as AC Wayne is joined by Rickey Keeler of Yanks Go Yard and District On Deck (Nats). Tonight, we go around the league and discuss the hottest teams and the latest MLB storylines.