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  • 01:30

    The Flux Episode

    in Entertainment

    Dungeon Crawlers Radio welcomes back author Ferret Steinmetz to the show to talk about his latest novel, The Flux.

    The Flux

    Love something enough, and your obsession will punch holes through the laws of physics. That devotion creates unique magics: videogamemancers. Origamimancers. Culinomancers.

    But when ‘mancers battle, cities tremble…

    ALIYAH TSABO-DAWSON: The world’s most dangerous eight-year-old girl. Burned by a terrorist’s magic, gifted strange powers beyond measure. She’s furious that she has to hide her abilities from her friends, her teachers, even her mother – and her temper tantrums can kill.

    PAUL TSABO: Bureaucromancer. Magical drug-dealer. Desperate father. He’s gone toe-to-toe with the government’s conscription squads of brain-burned Unimancers, and he’ll lie to anyone to keep Aliyah out of their hands – whether Aliyah likes it or not.

    THE KING OF NEW YORK: The mysterious power player hell-bent on capturing the two of them. A man packing a private army of illegal ‘mancers.

    Paul’s family is the key to keep the King’s crumbling empire afloat. But offering them paradise is the catalyst that inflames Aliyah’s deadly rebellious streak…

  • 01:23

    The Back Nine Report presented by eDraft.com

    in Sports

    With the 12th edition of the biennial Presidents Cup, being held this weekend at Incheon, South Korea, co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres will take The Practice Range to bring you a massive, wall-to-wall preview coverage. You will know about the history, the course, the teams, the Captains, who didn’t get picked, rules changes and their picks to win.

    The Web.com Tour Finals are finished, so they’ll use The Weekend Backspin to recap them and who got the final cards for the PGA Tour next season, as well as the action every other tour.

    On The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, they’ll talk about the interesting take on Jordan Spieth by of Jaime Diaz on a Golfweek article; Sang Moon Bae talks with Military Conscription agency prior to Presidents Cup appearance in Korea; Notah Begay talks about Tiger Woods; interesting news from the European Tour; Mike Keiser pulls plug on latest Oregon project; and a 64-year-old shoots age and then some.

    Our Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week is Alex Miceli, who has been a national golf writer for over 20 years. We have seen his byline as a senior writer for Golfweek & he has been a regular on the Golf Channel as an analyst and broadcaster

  • 00:33


    in Politics

    The freed peoples of the Southern United States were out cast by their former Captors disenfranchised and walked the roads day and night.

    "2. At Beaufort, Hilton Head, Savannah, Fernandina, St. Augustine, and Jacksonville, the blacks may remain in their chosen or accustomed vocations—but on the islands, and in the settlements hereafter to be established, no white person whatever, unless military officers and soldiers detailed for duty, will be permitted to reside; and the sole and exclusive management of affairs will be left to the freed people themselves, subject only to the United States military authority, and the acts of Congress. By the laws of war, and orders of the President of the United States, the negro is free, and must be dealt with as such. He cannot be subjected to conscription, or forced military service, save by the written orders of the highest military authority of the [War] Department, under such regulations as the President or Congress may prescribe. Domestic servants, blacksmiths, carpenters, and other mechanics, will be free to select their own work and residence, but the young and able-bodied negroes must be encouraged to enlist as soldiers in the service of the United States, to contribute their share toward maintaining their own freedom, and securing their rights as citizens of the United States.Negroes so enlisted will be organized into companies, battalions, and regiments, under the orders of the United States military authorities, and will be paid, fed, and clothed, according to law. The bounties paid on enlistment may, with the consent of the recruit, go to assist his family and settlement in procuring agricultural implements, seed, tools, boots, clothing, and other articles necessary for their livelihood."

  • 00:16

    The Imperial Church: The Impact of the New Order, Part 1

    in Christianity

    The History of Christianity #87

    Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is 1 Corinthians 12:27 which reads: "Now ye are the body of Christ, and members in particular."

    Our History of Christianity quote today is from St. Ignatius of Antioch. He said: "It is right, therefore, that we not just be called Christians, but that we actually be Christians."

    Today, in the History of Christianity, we are looking at "The Imperial Church - The Impact of the New Order" (Part 1) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).

    The most immediate consequence of Constantine's conversion was the cessation of persecution. Until then, even at times of relative peace, Christians had lived under the threat of persecution, and what was for many the hope of martyrdom. After Constantine's conversion, that threat and that hope dissipated. The few pagan emperors who reigned after him did not generally persecute Christians, but rather tried to restore paganism by other means. But the immediate impact of that conversion on the life of the church went far beyond the obvious cessation of persecution. In this regard, a series of imperial edicts granted the church and its leaders' privileges whose echoes may still be seen  in some areas in the twenty-first century. One of this was tax exemption for church properties, as well as making it legal to bequeath property to the church. Over the long run, this would mean that the church would come to own vast lands and other riches. The bishops -- at the time there were about eighteen hundred of them - as well as other clergy were also granted exemption from taxes, from military conscription, and from the days of labor that others were forced to devote to public works. 


  • 00:28

    Breaking Prophecy News; God is Still on the Throne, Part 4 (TPDR #537)

    in Christianity

    PROPHECY HEADLINES: Fearing Russian invasion, Lithuania reintroduces conscription | Right-ward shift hands Netanyahu stunning victory in Israeli election | ISIS defaces, vandalizes church buildings in Iraq | Iraqi troops suffer heavy losses in fight for Tikrit, forcing standstill | Hamas claims 'holy obligation' to attack Israel from Judea and Samaria

    The Bible says in Luke 21:34-36: "And take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares. For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth. Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man."

    PROPHECY BOOTCAMP: Our topic for today is titled "God is Still on the Throne" (Part 4) from Dr. Ed Hindson's book "Revelation: Unlocking the Future".

    The focal point of what John saw in chapter 4 is the One seated on the throne, not the throne itself. The throne merely symbolizes His great authority, power, and position. It is the One seated on the throne, God the Father, who is the focus of attention in this chapter. 

    John's description of the One seated on the throne is that of His Shekinah glory. John was overcome by the presence of the glory of God. He became transfixed on the indescribable occupant on the throne of the universe. He sees the One of whom he himself had said "no man has seen God at any time." Therefore, John's description is limited to that of His glorious appearance....

    OCCUPY TILL I COME: "Waiting on the Second Coming -- The Man Who Claims to be God (Part 5)" by Ray C. Stedman

    MUSICAL SELECTION: "Soon and Very Soon" by Andrae Crouch

  • 02:17

    Voices of South Africa with Johann

    in Politics Conservative

    I am a South African born white male and was born in the middle sixties. My family has been in South Africa since the middle 17th century. My forefathers from my dad’s side came to South Africa from Germany and later married a girl from the Netherlands over here. My history goes back to a Germany back to the 12th century in a town called Griebenow in North East Germany. I grew up in a mostly Afrikaans environment and I have 3 brothers and 1 sister.

    I have my own small one man business specialising in the design, manufacture and installation of kitchen & bathroom cabinetry. I am a keen photographer, philosopher, human rights activist and I play Squash (similar to Racket ball in the USA) at least three times a week. I played rugby, participated in Amateur wrestling and Mixed martial arts. Nowadays I stick to self protection art like Krav Maga and keep fit by doing a lot of jogging, swimming and spending time outdoors. Now, that is when I am not online trying to save the world…..

    I have studied Sales Marketing  management and I am also studying part time towards obtaining my International accreditation as an Installation Electrician at a local technical college. I finished High school at the age of 18 and I had to do National service in the South African Military Services (SADF) as a White male after High school as it was the law in South Africa at the time (Conscription compulsory military service). I opted to sign up for permanent service in the South African Navy for almost 5 years.


    South Africa was involved in the Angolan Bush War during that time and we took part in many operations in and outside our borders. I left the Navy and went on to work and study part time in the Sales and Marketing field for several years. I later became involved in the Insurance industry and became involved with insurance brokering and later worked as Sales and Marketing Director in a privately owned company.

  • 02:00

    Censorship does not belong in any way anywhere.

    in News

    Lotsa news today!  

    From more BDS to censorship on college campuses caused by Israeli and some chicken shit made up rules.

    Christian minister asks why the US hasn't done something to make Israel stop the cruelty against Palestinians.  

    One more thing,  #BDSIsrael

    Pissed off about what is happening to Palestine?  Call US capitol switchboard  1-202-224-3121  Tell them your senators or Representative's name and give them a piece of your mind.  Call also Department of State 1-202-647-5291 and tell whoever what you want them to do in Palestine from cutting the funds to Israel to making Israel stop the Gaza blockade or anything you with to say.

    "In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies but the silence of our friends."  Martin Luther King Jr.

  • 00:30

    Kori chats with author Katie Hamstead

    in Writing

    About Katie:

    Born and raised in Australia, Katie’s early years of day dreaming in the “bush”, and having her father tell her wild bedtime stories, inspired her passion for writing.
    After graduating High School, she became a foreign exchange student where she met a young man who several years later she married. Now she lives in Arizona with her husband, daughter and their dog.

    About the book: Kiya: Riase of a New Dynasty

    Tut has grown into his position as Pharaoh, but he is a wild young man. Naomi fears for him, not only because of his recklessness, but because he has put his trust in Ay–the man determined to destroy Naomi—despite her and Horemheb advising against it.

    Meanwhile, death and slavery hang over Naomi and her family. With fear of the booming Hebrew numbers causing talk of enslaving them, conscription is reinstated and Naomi fears for the lives of her other children. Especially since Ay’s children are now adults, and just as dangerous as their father. They threaten to take Itani, conspire against Tut, and pushing for power.

    But Tut is in trouble. While Ay’s daughter draws Horemheb’s attention, and Naomi deals with the struggles of her family, everyone’s distraction could spell death for the young Pharaoh.

  • 02:02

    Honey Badger Radio: A Witch Hunt in Atheism?

    in Politics

    The people of Salem, Massachusetts in the 1600s lived in a culture that accepted the existence of the devil, assorted demons and other evil spirits, including witches, and which encouraged them to blame all misfortune and conflict in the community on these supernatural causes.The people of the modern day West live in a culture that largely accepts the existence the Patriarchy, Rape Culture, and Cultural Misogyny, and which encourages them to blame all misfortune and conflict in the community--from rape to domestic violence to the pay gap to male-only conscription--on these ethereal and unfalsifiable "social constructs".The Salem witch trials began with accusations against an opposing camp--a rival family in the community engaged in a long-standing feud with the family of the accused.The flurry of recent sexual misconduct accusations in the Atheist/sceptic community essentially began with an invitation to continue a conversation over coffee, proffered by an unnamed man in an elevator. That invitation was ground zero for the splintering of that community into two rival camps--one which embraced scepticism and the rejection of any notion of an invisible, unmeasurable superior power that rules all our lives, and one which embraced dogmatism.A witch hunt has begun in the sceptic community--one side asking for evidence, and the other demanding blind faith. Who will prevail? God knows...