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  • 01:45

    IHWE Radio: Chaz Taylor

    in Wrestling

    We welcome GWF Alumni Chaz Taylor. We'll talk about the El Chazo project, his debut in the Pacific Northwest, and more. Plus, all the NWA news and events. Only on IHWE Radio!!

  • 01:14

    DRAKO SPORTS IMPACT HOUR with guests Chaz Morgan and Fernando Heredia

    in MMA

    Tonight on the Drako Sports Impact Hour we talk with Chaz "Whit Death" Morgan who will be on the Island Fights 36 card facing Dakota Merritt the 21st of November in Pensacola, Fl. Next we sit down with  Fernando "NO MERCY" Heredia who is back in the COGA cage for Battle At The Bay 13 this Saturday. Tune in every wednesday night at 10pm(Eastern/7pm(pacific) and DOMINATE YOUR WORLD

  • 01:10

    Pro Wrestling Weekend Replay: Chaz Taylor 9/13/2015

    in Wrestling

    Due to circumstances beyond our control, we wil be unable to have our scheduled live interview with Chaz Taylor.  Instead, please enjoy our interview from September 13 with Taylor

  • 00:30

    To Lead or to Follow: Navigating the SDGs

    in Business

    Amanda MacArthur, Vice President of Global Pro Bono & Engagement at PYXERA Global, will be joining Ted Hart, CEO of CAF America, on the CAF America Radio Network to examine the paths that corporations can take to engage with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs/Global Goals).


    Analyzing the various nuances of the new SDGs, Ted and Amanda will discuss:  




    The roles private and nonprofit sectors assume within the context of the SDGs



    Whether corporations should align their philanthropic goals with the SDGs



    How corporations can prioritize which SDG(s) to focus on


    How corporations are able to leverage their employees’ skills and interests to engage in the SDGs

  • 01:31

    Voices Carry for Animals # 75: Guest- Stephen Wells- ALDF

    in Pets

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer


    Guest will be : Stephen Wells - Executive Director of Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF)


    https://www.facebook.com/AnimalLegalDefenseFund/?fref=ts


    http://aldf.org/


    Stephen Wells is the executive director of the Animal Legal Defense Fund. For six years (until 2006), Steve founded and served as the director of ALDF’s successful Animal Law Program, which provides support and resources to ALDF’s law professional and law student members and pro bono opportunities for attorneys and firms to assist ALDF with its mission. Prior to joining ALDF in 1999, Steve served as the executive director of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance in Anchorage where he became known for his work to protect Alaska’s wildlife, particularly wolves and bears, and its unique wild places. He has committed himself to animal and environmental protection and over the years, in addition to his full-time work, he has continued to volunteer his time for local organizations and projects.


    He left Alaska to start an animal sanctuary in California, but instead went to work for the Animal Legal Defense Fund. Meanwhile, he opened a vegan restaurant called “Sparks” in Guerneville, California which included a highly successful retailing market of packaged goods sold across the Bay Area.At the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Steve saw an opportunity to expand into law schools and involve attorneys directly, providing additional resources and pro bono connections.  As the leader at ALDF, Steve has been interviewed by CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and ESPN.


     

  • 03:29

    Lost In Transmission - Episode 7 - Planet X / Nibiru w/Guest Bob Fletcher

    in Current Events

    Join us tonight as we dive into the Planet X / Nibiru and the new "9th planet" discovery with Planet X researcher Bob Fletcher. 


    Bob Fletcher is a retired investigative researcher who conducted a probe into the CIA's involvement in U.S. drug trade. His report was presented to several congressmen including Sonny Bono. Since then, he has turned his attention to the return of Planet X: Nibiru.

  • 00:31

    Episode 8, Part 1: 2016 Mock Draft 1.0 (Picks 1-16)

    in Football

    **Chaz Picks: Odd (Including Jets), Zach Picks: Even


    1. Tennessee Titans (3-13): Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss - With a New head coach on the way and a young qb that needs protection, the Titans could establish a set of book-end tackles for years to come with Tunsil.


    2. Cleveland Browns (3-13): Jared Goff, QB, Cal - I’m so sorry Jared Goff, but welcome to the team where quarterbacks go to die. Maybe Goff and whomever the new head coach turns out to be can finally turn the Browns around. Probably not though.


    3. San Diego Chargers (4-12):


    4. Dallas Cowboys (4-12):


    5. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11):


    6. Baltimore Ravens (5-11):


    7. San Francisco 49ers (4-11):


    8. Miami Dolphins (6-10):


    9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-10):


    10. New York Giants (6-10):


    11. Chicago Bears (6-10):


    12. New Orleans Saints (7-9):


    13. Philadelphia Eagles (7-9):


    14. Oakland Raiders (7-9):


    15. St. Louis Rams (7-9):


    16. Detroit Lions (7-9):

  • 02:05

    AMERICAN VOICE

    in Entertainment

    Rev. Bill McDonald Known in the military veteran community as the ultimate advocate and supporter of both his fellow Vietnam Veterans and former South Vietnamese military allies. He has been assisting and aiding both communities since the end of the Vietnam War and his own return to civilian life. He lobbies both the California State legislature as well as Congress as a pro bono crusader of veteran rights and issues.Bill was a Huey helicopter crew-chief/door-gunner with the famed “Tomahawks” -128th Assault Helicopter Company in Phu Loi, South Vietnam in 1966-67. This was one of the most decorated helicopter units in the war. He was awarded many medals and ribbons including The Distinguished Flying Cross, The Bronze Star Medal, 14 Air Medals, The Purple Heart Medal. His unit was also awarded The Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He was wounded in Nam and has some ongoing injuries that he still deals with today.The California State Assembly as well as The California State Senate honored him with a certificates for his services to the veteran community for over 40 years. Congresswoman Doris Matsui also presented a formal congressional recognition for his services over the last several decades nation wide, as well as within her own congressional district.


    Matthew Merz
    born in 1973 in the great state of Texas
    father is a 37 year retired US Army Ranger ,mother was a stay at home mom ,grew up a military brat -mostly Alaska, Central and South America large family of 4 brothers and 5 sisters ,Boy Scouts of America –Eagle Scout 1992 graduated high school in Tucson, AZ
    attended college at both Pima Community College and the University of Arizona, Tucson joined the Tucson Police Department in 1999
    have 16 years total as a police officer ,last 3 years have been in the Tucson Police K9 unit married 19 years have two boys, 14yrs and 11yrs old


     

  • 02:04

    SHOW #301 - 32nd International Blues Challenge Preview Show #1

    in Music

    SHOW #301 - LIVE, UNCUT & UNCENSORED CONVERSATIONS WITH "Musicians You Should Know"


    IBC Preview Show # 1


    We begin our IBC Month of shows.  On this show, we will speak with:


    Randy McQuay, the 2015 Solo/Duo Challenge Winner 


    Mikey Junior, past IBC CHallenger who has a wonderful view on the entire process


    Jeff Chaz, who competed in the 8th 8th National Amateur Blues Talent Contest in 1991. What was it like back then?


    Tim Williams, who was the Solo/Duo Challenge WInner in 2014 and he also has a new album out, so it is also a Couch Kid New Music Segment.


     

  • 01:28

    Whistleblowers! Michael Springmann on Visa's for Al Qaeda

    in Politics

    The following guest is brought to you in conjunction with Marcel Reid, and the annual Whistleblower Summit for Civil and Human Rights held every July 30th in Washington DC. 


    Whistleblower: Michael Springmann


    "The US is now working with all of the repressive governments of Israel, Gulf States, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, & Turkey to destroy Syria. They train the terrorists in Jordan & Turkey and used Saudi and Gulf money to finance them.


    Israel is deeply involved in Syria, besides bombing from the air, they send special forces into the country and target Syrian govt forces for the terrorists, who then get medical attention in Israel if wounded."


    BIO: J. Michael Springmann


    J. Michael Springmann was a civil servant at the Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration as well as a diplomat in the State Department’s Foreign Service, with postings to Germany, India, Saudi Arabia, and the Bureau of Intelligence and Research in Washington, D.C.


    The published author of several articles on national security themes, he is now an attorney in private practice in the Washington, D.C. Area. In addition to a J.D. from American University in Washington, D.C., he holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in International Affairs from Georgetown University and Catholic University, both in the Nation’s Capital.


    Magazines which have published his articles include Covert Action Quarterly, Unclassified, (the journal of the Association of National Security Alumni, essentially CIA and FBI veterans plus outsiders with expert knowledge of intelligence and foreign affairs), Global Research, Global Outlook, OpEdNews, The Public Record, and Foreign Policy Journal.
    In June 2004, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee granted him its Pro Bono Attorney of the Year award.

  • 01:01

    Talking In Circles: First Show of 2016! NASCAR Silly Season, Update on Franchise

    in Sports

    On this episode of Talking In Circles we discuss the news about Premium Motorsports aquiring the No. 40 team of Hillman Smith Racing for the 2016 season. The No. 40 team from 2015 was not eligible for a charter and this will allow the team to be locked in. We discuss what this means for 2016 season and will we see more of this? 


    Kentucky Speedway will repave their facility and add banking in the corners. 


    Richmond removes seats from its facility. Backstretch seats will be removed from Richmond lower the capacity from 75k to 60k. One of several tracks that has lowered the capacity, including Daytona. Thoughts? 


    Darian Grubb moves back to Hendrick Motorsports as the Vehicle Production Director. People say they are moving trying to gain on JGR which is why HMS brought him in. 


    Teams inch closer to the Franchising deal- 5 year deal. 36 locked in spots for 40 spots


    Kevin "Bono" Manion moves to KBM for the 2016 season. Will work with Suarez and Cody Coughlin. Rudy Fugle will be William Byron and Jerry Baxter will be with Christopher Bell. 


    Dale Jr championshipship


    Patrick Carpentier returns to the road courses. 


    Tragedy- Judy Allison/ Marvin Panch