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Former New York Times editor Edward Klein tells Rick there is a real blood feud between the Obamas and the Clintons. Brigitte Gabriel responds to criticism by the establishment news media that she is “Islamophobic.” Distinguished attorney Sidney Powell talks about corruption in the U.S. Department of Justice.
Guest: Bradlee Dean
Topic: "Getting Real"
On today’s program we will be joined by Bradlee Dean for a high-octane conversation covering a wide-range of issues plaguing our nation. We’ll be talking about issues you need to be informed about including the attack on the Constitution, debt, the targeting of America’s youth and the true power of grace. You will not want to miss out on this very exciting program!
Edward Klein joins us first up to talk about his latest book: Blood Feud: Clintons vs Obamas. Chuck C Johnson on the latest scams and voter fraud in Mississippi. Jane Robbins joins us from Georgia to talk the latest Common Core Battles in Georgia and South Carolina. Chris Markowski joins us to discuss the current economy and Ben Brunson with the very latest in the middle east.
Hear from the author who has the whole world of politics talking. New York Times bestselling author Edward Klein pulls back the veil on the most unreported story in Washington--the jealousy and loathing that divide the two most powerful political families in politics. With access to the most sensitive sources close to the principals, Klein explores the secret deal with the Clintons that helped Obama win re-election, how Obama set up Hillary to take the blame for Benghazi, amd how Hillary's health problems are far worse than has been reported.
Think you know the real Barack Obama? You don’t—not until you’ve read "The Amateur". “Brother Craig the Hatchet Man” welcomes bestselling author Edward Klein for a stunning exposé revealed in his new book, “The Amateur”. Klein, who is a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine, pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history. He reveals a callow, thin-skinned, arrogant president with messianic dreams of grandeur supported by a cast of true-believers, united by leftist politics and an amateurish understanding of executive leadership. Don’t miss this lively conversation, live or on-demand, and share with a friend.
Elder Michael Holman of A Wealthy Place COGIC (http://www.wealthy-place.org/ ) of the 1st Jurisdiction of East New York of the Church Of God In Christ where the Jurisdicitonal Bishop is Bishop James Gaylord. The Jurisdic tional Supervisor is Mother Marcelle Harris. The International Bishop of The Church of God In Christ (http://www.cogic.org/ ) is Bishop Charles Edward Blake. The International Supervisor is Mother Willie May Rivers.
We open with a short clip from "Wealthy Place" by LaShun Pace and Edwin Hawkins based on Psalm 66:10,12 which is also our Ministry, A Wealthy Pace ® and Registered Trade Mark.
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Tonight i talk to Kathie Yount, a mother who tragically lost her son, Dylan, when he jumped to his death as a result of Suicide Baiting. Join us as we discuss Dylans last moments, the seriousness of suicide baiting and online trolls, and the laws that still allow sick acts like suicide baiting to happen. Also, hear why there are sometimes no warning signs for when a loved one will decide to take there life. I encourage everyone to hear this show and hear this mothers heroic fight against suicide baiting.
Edward S. Majian, founder and president of SARTONK, the original boxing belt maker, speaks with JennieGirl.
Adapted from the Armenian word zartonk (meaning "rebirth"), SARTONK was founded in 2009, to safeguard a boxing legacy that dates back over three decades.
In the late 1970s, Ardash Sahaghian, a jeweler by trade and artist by birth, was invited to apply himself to the reinventing of championship boxing belts. It was in a New Jersey studio, under the management of Phil Valentino Sr., that Sahaghian gave shape to the now iconic modern boxing belts.
Works include WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world championship belts, prominent regional models, specialty designs and early MMA (the original UFC belt). These, together with revisions to Ring Magazine belts, and historic reproductions of the John L. Sullivan and Rocky Marciano belts, account for his indelible mark on fight history.
Today, Sahaghian's contributions are advanced by his grandson, Edward S. Majian and today SARTONK is respected as a full-capacity design firm, with a steady flow of original and cutting-edge work.
SARTONK's legacy led to a 2012 induction of 91 year old Sahaghian into the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame as Boxing's Master Craftsman. Soon to follow with its release of the "Champion of the Decade" belt. The Decade belt (Marquez v. Pacquiao IV) marked the first time that a belt itself garnered mass attention for its aesthetic value.
In 2013 ESPN The Magazine featured "Constructing for Champions" a photo spread of Sahaghian and Majian in its June 10 issue. This coverage helped elevate boxing belts into mainstream public awareness.
Sartonk President & CEO Edward Majian joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss the launch of their new apparrel line called Honor Your Champion.Majian gives the details on the launch of the line and the philosophy behind it.We also talk about the history of Sartonk belts dating back to the 70's and how they have revolutionized the belt look over the years.Majian talks about Sartonk being recognized as the only real world titles used by the federations and how the knockoff, fake belt companies affect the legacy of the sport and his company.
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 15th anniversary of Fight Club! Where does it rank in David Fincher’s filmography? Do its messages of anti-consumerism and anti-corporatization still resonate in today’s culture of conspicuous consumption? Has its message of male empowerment been misconstrued by the proponents of groups such as the Men’s Rights Movement? Can the film be considered irredeemably misogynist considering the treatment its lone female character at the hands of the male leads? Does Fight Club merit comparison to other watershed films such as A Clockwork Orange? Will David Fincher ever return to that kind of aggressive filmmaking?
We’ll also be having one of our patented freestyle sessions! Everything is fair game and nothing off limits. The topics will be varied and interesting. We’ll be jumping down the proverbial pop culture rabbit hole to see what we can find. There’s no telling where the discussion will take us, but it will surely be a fun ride. Feel free to tune in and join us! You won’t be disappointed!
Join us as we have Special Guest Mr. Emeka Robinson of Kemet Life Movement to share with us about how he is assisting families throughout the State of Texas and around the country...
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It's almost CHILLER TIME again, and time for your host John Link, and co-host Edward X Young to invite you to the crazy goings on there! LOTS of news, as well as a NEW "film hostorian" and friend of Don Fellman, KREGG SANDERS joins in the fun this Thursday evening! Your engineer for the evening, Rusty Pietrzak, and his cousin Henry Olszewski just returned from NYC and got to meet "The Unholy 3", so we'll all be talking about that too, I'm sure.
Call in to hear the whole 45 minutes! (347) 934-0493 At 11 PM EDT in NYC, and 8 PM "west of the Rockies"! (Kregg, it's 10 PM YOUR time!)