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  • 01:42

    History Today

    in News

    On the inaugural edition of History Today, host Paul Angel, the managing editor of The Barnes Review (TBR) history magazine, will be discussing a variety of historical matters with an eye toward how they affect our lives today.


    The riots in Ferguson and Baltimore are still on everyone’s mind. The media seems obsessed with giving a forum to disgruntled blacks who are having a hard time admitting that one’s life is what one makes of it.  (And one’s culture, as well.) Besides the bugaboos of “white entitlement” and “white racism,” slavery, of course, is the “reason” many blacks use to justify the sad state of the urban areas in which they dwell.


    With that in mind, we will be discussing several historical events that deny this narrative.


    Hundreds of thousands of Irish were sold into slavery by the British and brought to North America and the Caribbean. The men were literally worked to death, and the women used to produce an army of half-breed slaves. The Irish were the first slaves brought to the New World—not the Africans.  But somehow, the Irish overcame this and thrived in America.


    Michael Rockefeller, the son of the late Nelson Rockefeller, ventured off to Papua/New Guinea in the last 1950s and early 1960s to collect the art of the head-hunting cannibal Asmat people of the island. What happened to him after that is one of the great missing person’s cases of the 20th century. But now that case has been solved—and it is a shocker.


    We will be discussing the black Asmat people and their strange and violent culture which bears an amazing resemblance to the culture of inner-city black America.


    With Paul will be his partner in historical crime, Dave Gahary, the host of “Who’s the Bad Guy?”


    Please join us and take a politically incorrect tour through history from a non-mainstream perspective.

  • 00:30

    MLB Central - History of the MLB

    in Baseball

    Tonight on MLB Central your host Benson Fechter will discuss the history of baseball. It's May 4th 2015, do you know what that means? 146 years ago Cincy played the first pro game and to celebrate we will dive into the history of the MLB. Fans remember you too can be a part of the show if you call in at (516) 666-9990 or enter our chatroom at www.blogtalkadio.com/mlbcentral

  • 00:33

    Tithing: Additions to the Law of Moses

    in Christianity

    There are several references outside of the written Law (Torah: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy) which include additions or clarifications to that which was already established. These all do, however, refer back specifically to the written Law.


    A King Over Israel (1 Samuel 8:6-22) By rejecting God as their sovereign leader, the Israelites would be required to pay additional costs; monetary, their sons and daughters, animals, servants and land would all be required by their king. They would serve the king, instead of God. And they would cry out to God to deliver them from their leader, and God would not hear them.


    Hezekiah and the Restoration (2 Chronicles 30:23-31:21) The people were encouraged to keep the feast going; the King made a large donation (of goods he had received as taxes from the people, as previously warned by God), and the priests and Levites made an even larger donation. The people rejoiced, partied, then broke down the idols (they had been worshiping), then went home. The priestly duties, which had ceased, were restored.


    The Law of Moses is summarized in verses 20-21. Because Hezekiah did what was right, God prospered him. This was the best they could hope for; a surface relationship with a God who provided for their physical needs, peace, etc. as long as they did what He told them to do. The Israelites had to fulfill their part BEFORE God would fulfill His part, But God never intended that the Law define His relationship with His people; its purpose was to reveal that there was nothing we could do to BRING OURSELVES into relationship with Him. It was something ONLY HE, AND HE ALONE, COULD DO. With the Resurrection, Jesus concluded both parts of the covenant: He did our part and the Father's, once and for all, permanently.

  • 02:02

    History of the N-Word Pt. 2

    in Culture

    Please join us Sunday, 8AM CST as we discuss the history of the N-Word.


    We will discuss the different ways and contexts in which it is used.


    310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts.

  • 01:37

    Root Cause Of Riots Law Clinic

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall take a look at the "root cause" of much of the rioting in urban cities in the United States Of America. The primary demographic that is seen in various pictures and news clippings are young black men. Many of these men and people in their community say that racism and white supremacy is to blame. However we shall take a look at some statistics take a look at the bigger picture.


    Examples:



    There are only (6) HBCU Law Schools in the United States.
    There are (30) teams in the NBA.
    32 teams in the NFL
    31 teams in MLB
    There are 177,000 houses of worship (give or take) in the USA.
    17,000 - 20,000 Afican American houses of worship in the USA
    The Southern Baptish Convention has a membership of over 16,000,000 people.  
    Black churches have taken in more than $420,000,000,000.00 in tithes and offerings in the last 35 years. That averages out to $12,000,000,000.00 per year ! 
    Orlando, Florida has a black population of over 65,000 people.


    Do the math..........the root cause of the problem is Law Illiteracy and a over involvement in ENTERTAINMENT.

  • 00:46

    Daniel Hochheiser's Talkin Law w/ Barney Frank & Beth Karas

    in Legal

    "Talkin Law" Radio with Dan Hochheiser analyzes criminal cases in the news, trends in the law, & covers all legal current events.  Attorney Daniel Hochheiser is a Criminal Defense Attorney in NY & host of this show. Each week "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser features newmakers, attorneys, media personalities, celebrities, politicians, business people & so much more.  "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser has a straight talk with a no nonsense edge & engages attorneys and laymen alike.

  • 00:26

    Commute with Mom - Kentucky to Vermont

    in Family

    Join Celia in Vermont and Bob in Kentucky for the daily commute show.


    They take a 20-30 minute commute every Monday thru Friday to get Bob to work.


    Subject matter can be interesting and informative. . but also zany.  Well, honestly, the subject matter might not be interesting to you.


    Historical Events, Famous World Landmarks, Politics, Presidents, Family History, Gangsters, World Wars, Pets, Weather, TV series - -Boardwalk Empire, Mad Men , Downton Abbey,  . . . Bernie for President?


    Have a topic for us to discuss . . or a question . .. send it to commutewithmom@gmail.com

  • 03:02

    Music & Books, History & Art, Family & Recipes

    in Entertainment

    Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays variety show, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
    Featured Guests:
    - Lizzie Harrah, vocalist and keyboardist for The Madisons discusses their new album Err on the Side of Love
    - Bunny Sigler, legendary 4-time Grammy winning producer-singer-songwriter discusses his new album Bundino
    - Jennifer Bort Yacovissi, author of historical novel ‘Up The Hill to Home’
    - Artist Victoria Chick discusses The Family Portrayed in Art
    - C. Lee McKenzie, author YA novel ‘Sudden Secrets’ & ‘The Great Time Lock Disaster’
    - Howard & Ruth Milstein, author of ‘Cooking with Love: Ventures into the New Israeli Cuisine’ talk Salad & Wine

  • 00:47

    Visions of the Past – Astronomical Diaries of Ancient Babylonia

    in Religion

    In this episode we'll be once again be travelling to ancient Mesopotamia. This time, we'll be exploring the region of Babylonia and discussing their religion, practices, and the astronomical records they left behind.


    Visions of the Past is designed to discuss the world of archaeology, anthropology and other such fields and how it relates to modern Paganism. It helps educate people on the real history, beliefs and practices of our ancestors and mankind's view of the divine.


    Spiritual Unity Radio Network is dedicated to the concept that “All Manifestations of the Divine are equally valid.”  We are committed to bringing you quality programming each week.  Our vision is to provide nightly shows covering a wide range of spiritual topics spanning multiple Expressions of Faith. We wish to see programming developed to fill a niche of broadcast for all people who understand that all Manifestations of the Divine are sacred.

  • 00:39

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

    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.

  • 00:56

    The Carmen Reed show with Cat Young

    in Paranormal

    The Carmen Reed Show with Cat Young