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  • 01:31

    The Original BevNat Classic March '13 / Spiritual Resolutions - Simeon Myers

    in Religion

    God is not the author of confusion / Religion is with special guest First Presiding Chaplain Audrey Dennis (Originally aired March 12, 2013) join us

  • 02:20


    in Military


    Ross Delafield was born and raised in New York City.

    A walk across the United States was the daunting idea – 2,700 miles from Camp Pendleton, CA to Washington, DC, all to raise awareness for their wounded brothers and sisters in arms. In April 2013, Adam and Chris started planning their journey – planning their route, notifying friends, and spreading the word of wounded veterans in need.Over several months, thousands of miles, and many pairs of shoes, Adam went on to complete the journey and inspire a nation. 


    To create experiences that empower veterans to help themselves and others. The Wounded Walk is a nonprofit organization located in Leesburg, Virginia. Our goal is to challenge, motivate, and empower physically and mentally wounded military veterans by leading wilderness excursions, camping treks, and mountaineering expeditions. The Wounded Walk also advocates for the advancement of post-combat treatment for wounded veterans.
    The log is a 40lb Memorial that represents those who have taken their own lives. We carry this everywhere we go in honor of those who lost their grip.

    Nearly 22 US Veterans take their own lives EVERY day. That is over 8,000 per year. 40,000 since 2010.



    Jonathan Murillo

    From San Diego, CA. Joined the marine corps straight out of high school in 2011. Infantry mos (0311). Went on a deployment with the 31st MEU from 2012-2013 with 2/1 E machine gun section. Afterwards spent a few months with the 2/1 scout/sniper platoon before going to Advanced Infantry a course and moving to 2/1 E 1st platoon. Deployed again from 2014-2015. Favorite pass times are reading and working out. Also a film fanatic. Have two brothers. Raised a non-denominational Christian.

  • 01:59

    At Eye Level - As the Tryptophan Fades

    in Comedy

    Well, we've survived yet another Thanksgiving. The turkey has finally been picked clean and the mashed potatoes are all but gone. We've finished cleaning the kitchen and the visiting relatives have all gone home... unless you're one if the 578,424 people experiencing homelessness on any given night in the United States. Did you know that of that number, 216,197 are people in families, 362,163 are individuals and about 9 percent of homeless people- 49,933 - are veterans.

    Hey, come on, that's depressing, right? You don't want to talk about that, do you? You just camped out in front of Best Buy and Walmart so you could buy your kid the new Star Wars game and a 62 inch curved screen TV to play it on. It doesn't matter that, according to a US Department of Education 2013 census report, one in every 30 children in the US is homeless. It's their fault, right? They made too many bad decisions and got hooked on drugs and can't be bothered to get a job and work for a living. Get off my lawn!

    So, yes. We're going to, yet again, beat you over the head with the guilt stick and hold you to your word. You said you wanted to help Americans first, right? We've got some guests lined up who will share their stories with us and we invite you to do the same. We promise we won't get too depressing. This is a comedy podcast after all.

  • 03:01


    in Entertainment

    Robin Mathews won the Academy Award for Hair & Make up for Dallas Buyers Club 2013. She asked to come on the Brian The Hammer Show to talk about her career and what happened when she landed in Paris when the shooting happened.This is an exclusive in her own words. Riveting, unbelievable, real time accounts. You will only hear it here--- Hammer 96.7. Come in the studio, join the conversation.646-595-3032 Live 7 am pst.

  • 00:54

    #351 1M New Businesses, Legal Protection for Raising Capital, Internet of Things

    in Business

     Segment 1: Sramana Mitra is the founder of One Million by One Million (1M/1M), a global virtual incubator. She is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and strategy consultant, she writes the blog Sramana Mitra On Strategy, and is author of the Entrepreneur Journeys book series and Vision India 2020. From 2008 to 2010, Mitra was a columnist for Forbes.

    Segment 2: Georgia Quinn is the CEO and co-founder of iDisclose, an adaptive web-based application that enables entrepreneurs to prepare customized institutional grade private placement documents for a fraction of the time and cost. Heralded by Thomson-Reuters as a Top Female Attorney in New York City, she also serves as of counsel at the leading firm in crowdfunding, Ellenoff, Grossman & Schole, specializing in facilitating financial transactions and compliance with JOBS Act regulations.

    Segment 3: Barry Moltz shows you how to get your small business unstuck.

    Segment 4: John Babcock is the CFO of Satellite Industries, the world’s largest supplier of products to the portable restroom industry, including restrooms, trucks, and deodorizers. 

    Segment 5: Michael Nardo started his own IT Company called FuturTech Consulting at age 46, which he has successfully managed and nurtured for the past twenty years as Owner and CEO. In 2013, he started to pursue his lifelong dream of writing a book and “The Beginning” was born, the first book of a trilogy.

    Sponsored by Sage and Nextiva.

  • 01:31

    Episode 423:American history, slavery. What you may not know! News of the Day

    in Politics Conservative

    SPONSOR “If I Were A” story by Dan Clements illustrated by Lori Clements

    Searching For Truth Is a video series about the Gospel and what you need to know to be saved


    The Christian And Television by Mike Riley GE Watkins

    Did slavery make economic sense? by C.W. and A.J.K.D. | LONDON


    The Roots of American Industrialization, 1790-1860 by David R. Meyer, Brown University

    Did Black People Own Slaves? By Henry Louis Gates Jr.


  • 01:44

    MELANIE: A Christian Medium's Life & Her Gifts of Spirit

    in Spirituality

    Kevin Schoeppel was raised in in Southern Baptist churches, and began teaching the Bible in 1992. In 1999 he was ordained as a deacon by Pima Street Baptist Church of Tucson and in 2006 was elected Adult Education Director of the church. His interest in psychics began in 1975 with a girlfriend who could predict the future. This relationship sparked his interest in social attitudes towards psychics, and in how psychic ability actually worked. He married his wife Stanna—also a psychic—in 1978.

    In the mid-2000’s, as paranormal-themed TV shows appeared, Kevin’s students had questions about what the Bible really said about psychics and mediums. In 2010 he met Melanie Runyan, a medium in Kingman, AZ. She, along with Stanna, encouraged Kevin to write The Bible: The Truth about Psychics & Spiritual Gifts, which was published in 2013. He and Melanie remained close friends until her passing in March 2014.

    As a result of the book, which teaches how the Bible supports psychic and mediumship abilities as true spiritual gifts, Kevin has been the featured guest on several Internet talk shows, including previous Beyond the Gate Radio shows. His second book, Melanie: A Christian Medium’s Life and her Gifts of Spirit, to honor Melanie’s memory, was published in late 2015.

    Kevin lives near Tucson, Arizona with his wife Stanna

  • 00:24

    Special guest T. J. Leonard

    in Music

    Please join Miss Catherine as she welcomes  T J Leonard to the show. 

    Swedish country singer/songwriter, TJ Leonard got his first guitar from his grandfather, when he was eight; he taught his grandchild to play Swedish folk music and evergreens. Soon, TJ was introduced to pop and blues through his cousin, who was a little bit older and played in a famous Swedish pop band. At eighteen, TJ became lead singer and guitar player in a dance band. Many genres have passed through TJ’s life: Jazz, hard rock, gospel, soul/r&b, but not until country music came along, did it feel like home. Together with Tex Taylor, he started the band, CHESTNUT, in 2010. Later that year, they released their first single, “110% Country,” followed by the EP, American Dream. CHESTNUT played at most of the country festivals in Sweden and Denmark. In both 2012 and 2013, they were nominated in the Swedish Country Music Championships. In late 2013, TJ decided to release his songs under his own name, TJ Leonard.

    “Remember Those Times” is the first single from this Top 100 CMT.com artist’s forthcoming MTS Records’ album release, High On Livin’.  The single was released on November 1, 2015.  The album is expected by December.  www.tjleonardcountry.com

    The chat room will be opened for questions and comments. 
    See you then!!

    Miss Catherine

  • 00:28

    Who Says It's a Constitutional Convention? (Part 2)

    in US Government

    What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving weekend than to learn some of the history behind the phrase "Constitutional Convention", as it has been, and continues to be, applied to describe the Constitution's Article V State authorized amending mode, a "convention for proposing amendments"?

    We'll spend some time referencing multiple original source documents from hundreds of Article V State applications for an amending convention, asking the questions why, and how, the description was changed to "Constitutional Convention", and begin discussion of the implications of this change in nomenclature.

    We'll spend a little bit of time with Convention of States news first.  And save some time for phone calls.

    "That Provident Article" is hosted by Convention of States Texas volunteer Paul Hodson, with the Convention of States since late 2013, a District Captain in Texas from February 2014 through November 2015, and now serving as Co-Director for the Convention of States Texas.

  • 01:32

    UJR Presents: A Crock in Maine & Crocfest in Florida

    in Pets


    It's another action-packed episode of UJR as Richard Stanley Stops by to talk about recent events where a woman's pet snakes were unjustly taken by the federal government and what should happen in this instance.  Then the one and only Shawn Heflick stops by to talk Croc conservation and Christmas Crocfest 15 taking place at Croc Manor on December 5th to benefit global crocodile conservation projects.   It's going to be a spectacualr one as usual on the won and only, world famous, UrbanJunglesRadio

    For more infor visit www.USARK.org and the following on Crocfest:
    Christmas Croc Fest 2015 is scheduled to take place on Saturday, December 5, 2015 from noon until 10:00 pm at Crocodile Manor, Shawn Heflick’s facility, in Palm Bay, Florida. Proceeds raised at this year's event will benefit the West African slender-snouted crocodile, Mecistops cataphractus. Populations of the West African slender-snout have been isolated from the Central African group for over 7.5 million years, resulting in such morphological and genetic distinctions that taxonomic revisions are underway to recognize it as a unique species. Considered the least-known crocodile in the world, surveys in West Africa over the last ten years have detected fewer than 20 wild adults. In 2013, they were assigned a Critically Endangered classification on the IUCN Red List.

  • 01:04

    Live Interview With Flora Carter, I Survived...

    in Christianity

    Ms. Flora Carter was borne on May 22, 1950.  She was raised with the best of both worlds and was able to experience the American and African culture growing up as her mother was from North Carolina and her dad was from Sierra Leone, Africa.  Her mom died when she was 11 and her dad raised her.  This resulted in Flor starting her independence early at age 17.  Flor is a product of the District of Columbia Public School system and attended college at Washington Technical Institute.  She has always been a hard working person which was instilled early by her dad.  She started working in middle school, at the nurses' office at school and has worked in the Federal Trade Commission, Department of Energy, the Justice Department and several contracting positions.  She retired in 2013 from International Monetary Fund where she worked in record management.  She has on daughter and two granddaughters.

    Flora fought to overcome verbal, physical, financial, and sexual abuse.  She has worked to help others understand and know that domestic violence is a choice that should not be made.  She says, "The cycle must be broken.  I am not a victim, but victorious, I am a survivor.  I now educate and advocate with perons to end the cycle."

    Join me Hezekiah L. Montgomery host of The Man In The Mirror and Co-Host Nichelle Johnson as we welcome this dynamic survivor to The Man In The Mirror platform.  She'll tell us more about her story, and share with us how the Lord is now using her to help stop domestic violence one victim at a time.  We'll find out how she helps turn them from victims to victors and become as she says victorious.  Just a reminder that Domestic Violence Is Real!!!