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  • 01:32

    Sports Talk Tuesday on Apex Talk Radio

    in Entertainment

    Apex is back with Sports Talk Tuesday.  Baseball is still ramping up and we have Steve Fedder, our MLB Analyst, bring us the Firing Squad LIVE today.  Also the NBA Playoffs Round 2 is getting hot and heavy, we will break this down.  Did your favorite NFL team do good in the draft? The guys breakdown there teams picks and what they may add to there success or failures.  Join us LIVE by doing the following:


    Join us tonight LIVE by Calling 646-716-8552, wait for the que and host to answer and get you into the show.  If you want to listen, you can still call in and let the host know or log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/apextalk and enjoy the show.  Follow us on Facebook and listen to us by tapping the link left on our timeline for the show. Thank you for spending time with us. Take Care! 

  • 00:51

    Motorsports Apex with Glenn Locke

    in Sports

    The Big 3 are this weekend, the Indy500, the MonacoGP and the Coke 600! Plus the starting lineup for the Indy500, AND we look into the glass onion and see the changes possibly coming to F1 in 2017

  • 01:39

    NHL - THE RED LINE

    in Hockey

    THE RED LINE - NHL TALK RADIO - LIVE FROM NEW YORK


    Live Tuesdays and Thursdays 12pm-2:00pm EST.


    Hosted and produced by Paul C. Cuthbert (@cuthbertonline) and Michael Carver (@mikecarverwfan)


    Weekly Featured NHL Analyst Segments:



    PETE WEBER - THE VOICE OF THE NASHVILLE PREDATORS - TUESDAYS AT 12:15PM
    ROB RAY - FORMER BUFFALO SABRES FORWARD AND MSG TV ANALYST - TUESDAYS AT 12:40PM
    KEN DANEYKO - 3 TIME NJ DEVILS STANLEY CUP CHAMPION AND MSG TV ANALYST - TUESDAYS AT 1:05PM
    SCOTT LAUGHLIN - SIRIUSXM NHL NETWORK POWERPLAY RADIO HOST - TUESDAYS AT 1:30PM
    KERRY FRASER - FORMER SENIOR NHL OFFICIAL, TSN ANALYST AND COLUMNIST - THURSDAYS AT 12:15PM
    JEFF MAREK - HOST OF HOCKEY CENTRAL ON ROGERS SPORTSNET - THURSDAYS AT 12:40PM
    DAVE MALONEY - FORMER NEW YORK RANGERS CAPTAIN AND MSG TV/RADIO ANALYST - THURSDAYS AT 1:05PM
    BERNIE NICHOLLS - FORMER RANGERS, DEVILS AND KINGS FORWARD - THURSDAYS AT 1:30PM


    For more information and fresh columns on the National Hockey League go to www.hockeythisweek.com


    Powered by Hockey Active, LLC. www.hockeyactive.com

  • 00:57

    The brain's sexual orientation & examination; Review of "The Invisible War"

    in Military

    By Ed Raymond: synpopsis


    When 1976 Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner, a real hunk of a muscular man, came out 39 years later with the statement “for all intents and purposes, I am a woman” in a rather spectacular TV interview, he also emphasized the mysteries of the brain. Jenner admitted that his brain is more female than it is male.  Why? Is it because of a wound? Is Satan playing games? Is it because of messed-up neurons and bad electrical connections? We don’t have a clue—yet. He was just a very young boy when he discovered he was more comfortable in his mother’s and sister’s dresses. Jenner says: “It just made me feel good.” He actually began transgender reassignment therapy in the 1980’s which included hormones, nose surgery, and hair removal. He then changed his mind.
       We are just beginning to solve the great mysteries of the brain. It’s a very complex maze. There are 20,000 to 25,000 genes in the human genome and about half of them work in our brain “system,” whatever that is. Our famous upright ancestor Lucy of about 3.2 million years ago had a brain of 600 cubic centimeters. The next “human” (Homo Habilis) had 900 cubic centimeters to work with. Our current brother Homo Sapiens has a magnificent 1,400 cubic centimeters in order to tangle with the universe. The brain seems to be a very flexible conglomeration of electrical switches and breakers. Our billions of brain cells somehow communicate with all parts of the body, if things are working right,

  • 01:57

    Social Media Friday on Apex Talk Radio

    in Entertainment

    On this epsidoe of Apex Social Media Friday Big Mike and DMO will get into some movies they recently watched.  DMO will also be giving the Sopranos some props and will take on any questions from the people who want to comment.


    Join us tonight LIVE by Calling 646-716-8552, wait for the que and host to answer and get you into the show.  If you want to listen, you can still call in and let the host know or log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/apextalk and enjoy the show.  Follow us on Facebook and listen to us by tapping the link left on our timeline for the show. Thank you for spending time with us. Take Care! 

  • 02:00

    NHL - THE RED LINE

    in Hockey

    THE RED LINE - NHL TALK RADIO - LIVE FROM NEW YORK


    Live Tuesdays and Thursdays 12pm-2:00pm EST.


    Hosted and produced by Paul C. Cuthbert (@cuthbertonline) and Michael Carver (@mikecarverwfan)


    Weekly Featured NHL Analyst Segments:



    PETE WEBER - THE VOICE OF THE NASHVILLE PREDATORS - TUESDAYS AT 12:15PM
    ROB RAY - FORMER BUFFALO SABRES FORWARD AND MSG TV ANALYST - TUESDAYS AT 12:40PM
    KEN DANEYKO - 3 TIME NJ DEVILS STANLEY CUP CHAMPION AND MSG TV ANALYST - TUESDAYS AT 1:05PM
    SCOTT LAUGHLIN - SIRIUSXM NHL NETWORK POWERPLAY RADIO HOST - TUESDAYS AT 1:30PM
    KERRY FRASER - FORMER SENIOR NHL OFFICIAL, TSN ANALYST AND COLUMNIST - THURSDAYS AT 12:15PM
    JEFF MAREK - HOST OF HOCKEY CENTRAL ON ROGERS SPORTSNET - THURSDAYS AT 12:40PM
    DAVE MALONEY - FORMER NEW YORK RANGERS CAPTAIN AND MSG TV/RADIO ANALYST - THURSDAYS AT 1:05PM
    BERNIE NICHOLLS - FORMER RANGERS, DEVILS AND KINGS FORWARD - THURSDAYS AT 1:30PM


    For more information and fresh columns on the National Hockey League go to www.hockeythisweek.com


    Powered by Hockey Active, LLC. www.hockeyactive.com

  • 01:01

    Bonnie Kaye's Straight Wives Talk Show with Expert Donna Andersen

    in Women

    Bonnie Kaye's guest is Donna Andersen, specialist in sociopathic behavior. The term "love fraud" was coined by Donna Andersen, author of Lovefraud.com. She defines love fraud as "the intentional exploitation of an individual through manipulating emotions in a personal relationship."


    Andersen says the people who engage in love fraud are sociopaths. No, they are not all deranged serial killers. But they are social predators—people who live their lives by exploiting others. Technically, mental health professionals diagnose these people as having antisocial personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, narcissism or psychopathy. To Andersen, the official diagnosis is almost irrelevant—the conditions overlap, and all of them are lousy relationship partners.


    "But you'd never know it to meet them," she says. "In the beginning, sociopaths are generally charming, charismatic, exciting and sexy. They act like your dream date long enough to get their hooks into you. Sooner or later, though, you find yourself in a true relationship from hell."


    Andersen learned about sociopaths the hard way—by marrying one. In two years, this man defrauded Andersen of $227,000, cheated with at least six women, fathered a child with one of them and commited bigamy for the 2nd time.


    Now Andersen says these exploitative relationships are totally preventable, if people understand.

  • 00:41

    Motorsports Apex with Glenn Locke

    in Sports

    Indy500 practice is underway! Nascar got wet in Kansas and head to the All Star race

  • 01:51

    NHL - THE RED LINE

    in Hockey

    THE RED LINE - NHL TALK RADIO - LIVE FROM NEW YORK


    Live Tuesdays and Thursdays 12pm-2:00pm EST.


    Hosted and produced by Paul C. Cuthbert (@cuthbertonline) and Michael Carver (@mikecarverwfan)


    Weekly Featured NHL Analyst Segments:



    PETE WEBER - THE VOICE OF THE NASHVILLE PREDATORS - TUESDAYS AT 12:15PM
    ROB RAY - FORMER BUFFALO SABRES FORWARD AND MSG TV ANALYST - TUESDAYS AT 12:40PM
    KEN DANEYKO - 3 TIME NJ DEVILS STANLEY CUP CHAMPION AND MSG TV ANALYST - TUESDAYS AT 1:05PM
    SCOTT LAUGHLIN - SIRIUSXM NHL NETWORK POWERPLAY RADIO HOST - TUESDAYS AT 1:30PM
    KERRY FRASER - FORMER SENIOR NHL OFFICIAL, TSN ANALYST AND COLUMNIST - THURSDAYS AT 12:15PM
    JEFF MAREK - HOST OF HOCKEY CENTRAL ON ROGERS SPORTSNET - THURSDAYS AT 12:40PM
    DAVE MALONEY - FORMER NEW YORK RANGERS CAPTAIN AND MSG TV/RADIO ANALYST - THURSDAYS AT 1:05PM
    BERNIE NICHOLLS - FORMER RANGERS, DEVILS AND KINGS FORWARD - THURSDAYS AT 1:30PM


    For more information and fresh columns on the National Hockey League go to www.hockeythisweek.com


    Powered by Hockey Active, LLC. www.hockeyactive.com

  • 02:01

    Sports Talk Tuesday on Apex Talk Radio

    in Entertainment

    On this episode of #SST the crew gives some updates on the NBA Playoffs as they get the 2nd round underway.  Also in MLB News Brewers make a change and the Firing Squad will bring it to you and other news from the diamond.  If you want to Join the show do the following:


    Join us tonight LIVE by Calling 646-716-8552, wait for the que and host to answer and get you into the show.  If you want to listen, you can still call in and let the host know or log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/apextalk and enjoy the show.  Follow us on Facebook and listen to us by tapping the link left on our timeline for the show. Thank you for spending time with us. Take Care! 

  • 01:59

    Who’s the Bad Guy?

    in News

    For 20 years, Michael Lesher has been attempting to shine the light on child sex predators in close-knit Orthodox Jewish communities.


    Now Lesher, an Orthodox Jew himself, has a new book out, Sexual Abuse, Shonda and Concealment in Orthodox Jewish Communities, which analyzes how and why cases of child sexual abuse have been systematically concealed in Orthodox Jewish communities. The book examines many such cover-ups in detail, showing how denial, backlash against victims, and the manipulation of the secular justice system have placed Orthodox Jewish community leaders in the position of defending or even enabling child abusers.


    The book also examines the generally disappointing treatment of this issue in popular media, while dissecting the institutions that contribute to the cover-ups, including two—rabbinic courts and local Orthodox “patrols”—that are more or less unique to Orthodox Jewish communities.


    Finally, the book explores the cultural factors that have contributed to this tragedy, and concludes with hopes and proposals for future reform.