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  • 02:28

    Coming Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    Bright moving object seen above Southern California was an unarmed missile test fired by the Navy. This Trident II (D5) was launched by an Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine the USS Kentucky. Also 51 earthquakes in the last 24 houts including a 6.1 and a 6.4 both in Indonesia. Also a mysterious giant sinkhole opened up in the parking lot of an IHOP resteraunt in Meridian Mississippi and it swallowed 15 cars in an "Apocalyptic Scene". Also a "Tsunami Cloud" hits Sydney, Australia and looks like the "End of the World". Also two dams broke and sent a tidal wave of "Iron Sludge" mudslide that killed 2 and left 28 missing in Brazil. Also a USA Military drone crashes in Kuwait near an air base hosting USA Air Forces Troops as USA and allies conducted a dozen strikes in Syria on Saturday. Also Thousands of Germans take to the streets chanting "Merkel Must Go" at an Anti-Mass Muslim Migration Rally. Some of the thousands say they are willing to have a Civil War if they can't have Christimas. Also US Sec. of Defense Ash Carter says "Russia and China" potentially threaten "Global Order". Also President Obama will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on Monday "The Night of the Broken Glass". These and much more curent news events and bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana. 

  • 02:03

    On Point Broadcasting with Laurie Bartlett - In Response to Paris

    in Politics

    Paul “Dave” Gaubatz  Former Federal Agent, is a U.S.State Department trained Arabic linguist and counterterrorism specialist. Working on assignments in Middle-Eastern countries such as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait and Iraq, Dave has more than two decades of experience and is the author of "Muslin Mafia".

    Don Barnett  Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies. He gained his expertise in immigration and refugee policy during an assignment in the U.S.S.R. with the U.S. State Department. His articles on U.S. refugee and asylum policy have appeared in the National Review, Christian Science Monitor, Wall Street Journal, Newsday, Chronicles and elsewhere.

    Dr. Layton The founder of several International humanitarian organizations, an American author, businessman, and champion of human rights in the Middle East. He has traveled in over one hundred countries and lived and worked for many years in countries such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka. He has spent much of his last 25 years working in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). He has worked for the US State Department as Country Director of one of the largest healthcare projects ever undertaken in Kurdistan. Dr. Layton testified at the US Senate hearings on Saddam’s genocide against the Kurds (1993). He is considered an expert on current and past political issues in the region.

    Gadi Adelman Born in the U.S., Gadi moved to Israel with his family while still at an early age where he survived a terrorist bomb detonated on Jaffa Road in Jerusalem. During an interview with a law enforcement government agency, the interviewer laughed at the ‘long term objective’ on his resume saying “This is America, we don’t have terrorism”!  Gadi told him to “wait ten years and remember the word Jihad”. http//:gadiadelman.com

  • 01:32

    U.S. Airman Michael Giles Wrongfully Convicted

    in Entertainment

    Story of what happened: 

    On Feb. 6, 2010, active duty air force serviceman Michael Giles was invited to a Tallahassee nightclub by a few of his friends. Giles, a young father, was stationed in Tampa at the time, after spending the previous six years on tours of duty in places such as Iraq and Kuwait.

    Michael accepted the invitation to hang out, thinking it would be a good time. Unfortunately, the night took a violent turn.

    Two area fraternity chapters began arguing and fighting inside of the club, and the chaos soon turned into a brawl involving dozens of people that spilled into the club’s parking lot. Michael thought that, during the commotion, his friends may have all gathered at the rental car one of his buddies had used to drive everyone to the party that night. When he made it to the vehicle, but didn’t find his friends there, Michael retrieved his legally owned handgun from the glove box, and resumed his search for his friends. “I removed the handgun because the car was unlocked and [people] were walking between the cars,” Michael says. Despite the fact that he was not involved in the fight, while Michael was looking for his friends, he was attacked from behind and punched to the ground.

    Fearing for his life, he fired two shots from his firearm in an attempt to defend himself. His attacker was struck in the leg, but not seriously injured.

    The gunshots broke up the fight, and Michael says he went across the street from the club to get away from the people that harmed him. He was arrested shortly after the incident and charged in Florida state court. There was little dispute over the facts of the case—the prosecutor and defense attorneys agreed that Michael had been attacked. Even the testimony of Michael’s attacker supported that fact. However, prosecutors argued that he did not need to fire a gun to defend himself, and charged him with attempted murder.

  • 02:19


    in Military

    Nathaniel Lobas. Some people know me as Pete.After attending the Basic Reconnaissance Course, I began my military career at 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion in Okinawa,Japan in 2000. I attended the Urban Reconnaissance and Surveillance Course and Airborne School in order to support the 31st MEU, aboard the USS Bataan (LHD-5). On the 31st MEU my platoon trained in Thailan ,Australia,Guam,South Korea, and Singapore.Highlights of this deployment include a mock beach landing and hike up Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 2 years in Okinawa I rotated to 2nd Force Reconnaissance Company in December 2002. Shortly after checking-in I was issued gear, began CQB training with my new platoon, and boarded the USS Essex en-route to Kuwait. My Force Recon platoon were among the first Americans to enter Iraq, March 23rd 2003. We fought in the Battle of An Nassaryia, and were involved in the Jessica Lynch rescue. We worked our way to Al Kut, and ran weapons interdiction mission on the border of Iraq and Iran.I ended my tour of duty with the Marine Corps as a Sergeant in January 2004.

    Dr. Leona Di Amore Hm3 Navy Corpsmen Stationed with East Coast Explosive ordnance Disposal 1987-1992. Served as the Medic to this elite group of bomb experts/Navy Divers. Traveled on operations & training exercise. was awarded a Navy Achievement Medal for Life saving measures as a result of a situation on an operation.After serving in Navy,Leona returned to college and became a Doctor of Chiropractic 1998 Since that time Dr. Leona has worked with / volunteered with Post traumatic stress Unit at camp Pendelton California. The focus was to remove NEUROLOGICAL STRESS which is associated


    Tony Aguiniga (AKA Tony Pino) is a U. S. Army Veteran, who served from 2001-2012. He was in special forces as a Green Beret and part of an activated team during the invasion of Iraq. Tony is an entrepreneur and involved in many entertainment projects, including the movie, Range 15.

  • 02:00


    in Current Events

    Matthew Burke is a retired Master Sergeant from the United States Air Force  Safety Superintendent for an Electronic Combat Group encompassing over 2,000 personnel and $1.5B in assets. Prior to this, he oversaw traffic management, safety, aircraft maintenance, and was an anti-terrorist taskforce leader overseas. Matthew is currently engaged in a doctorate study with Walden University. He is a social scientist seeking a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration with an emphasis in Emergency Management.His background includes various duties in Emergency Management Services, security, firefighting,culinary arts,agriculture,adolescent development,ministry,human resources,student instruction,base operations,safety, and aircraft maintenance.Had deployments to Oman,Kyrgyzstan,Kuwait,and Afghanistan.

    Donny O'Malley should be an award winning actor based on his 6 year performance as an Infantry Officer in the play, "Marine Corps," which has been running since 1775. Donny was injured on set and was medically retired. Donny lives in his grandma's sunroom in a senior citizen community. His nextgig is a role starring as the President of a non profit organization in the show "Irreverent Warriors." He kindly asks that you read all his work and... watch all his shows before you kill yourself, and if you still decide to pull the trigger, please leave a suicide note that says,You failed me Donny,"or something to that effect.

    Paul Bristol with BC40 is expanding to take veterans on other outdoor adventures throughout the country. BC40 currently offers hunts in Colorado, Kentucky, and an epic fishing trip in British Columbia.BC40 has grown to provide a special place for our nation's veteran's to rediscover and reflect. BC40 is expanding to take veterans on other outdoor adventures throughout the country, BC40 currently offers hunts in Colorado, Kentucky, and an epic fishing trip in British Columbia.

  • 01:00

    Turning Up The Gospel With Lady T And Special Guest - Tomika Prouty

    in Women

    Tomika Prouty
    "I have designed jewelry for celebrities, notably, Grammy Award Winner Chrisette Michele & Floyd Mayweather's personal chef (CHEF Q). I have also designed for a wedding party of 15. I have a variety of jewels and definitely cater to my demographic. I am now expanding so I am able to cater to all demographics. I had my very own segment at the Road 2 Fashion Tour in Atlanta in May, where 9 models graced the runway with my custom designs. I've had Ads in 5 magazines with more requests to be featured. I have an interview with SHE-PRAISE (www.she-praise.com, 13 June 2015) as well as another interview coming soon in Black Boost Magazine. I also just partnered with Ms. Ebony Steele with her newest project, (SteeleBox). One of my upcoming events in January is attending the Tribute to Denzel Washington in Atlanta (invited by the CEO, E3 Magazine, who's also the mastermind behind this awesome event). I am now a "Presenter" of an award to an honoree as well as I am the only featured designer for the mini-fashion show. I have customers in Kuwait, Germany, France, and throughout the 50 States ( including Hawaii!)".

    For more information, tune in and get to know Tomika Prouty!

  • 01:29

    Freedom Quest -- Grey Man Returns Islamic Invasion and Border Update!

    in Politics Conservative

    Grey Man, is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer.   Will join us tonight for a southern border update!  


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  • 00:52

    Call In From Ft Carsons 1ABCT, 4ID Soldiers in Kuwait & More

    in Military

    Bob Calvert Hosts the TalkingWithHeroes.com Talk Show Aug 30, 2013 - 10am (MST) on blogtalkradio.com/talkingwithheroes1 as Soldiers with Ft Carson's Raider Brigade 1ABCT 4ID call in from Kuwait. Capt. Tanya Ramon, Sgt Alex Trevino, SSG Cassity, Sgt Jarod Ferris and also on this program Air Force Veteran and Host of our Home With Heroes Show G. Mark LaFrancis
    Details at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/august-2013/article/bob-calvert-hosts-call-in-from-ft-carsons-1abct-4id-soldiers-in-kuwait-plus-family


    in Current Events



    19 months in Iraq as a Marine infantryman and sniper gives a man a lot of solitary time to think. What Daniel thought about mostly was home. Nothing tells the story of home in the U.S. better than country music. While on missions, Daniel would write country songs in his head. When he got back to base, he could put down his gun and pick up his guitar. The songs would then come to life. He would let “Country Music Take Him Home” even though he ...was 6,000 miles away.

    Originally from Dillon, South Carolina, Daniel now calls Nashville, Tennessee home. He says, “I miss my band of brothers in the Marine Corps, but I have found a new band of brothers (and sisters) in Nashville’s songwriting community.” Daniel knows there was a time in his life that he was meant to carry a gun in war. Now, is the time in his life that he is meant to carry a guitar and share his unique blend of country music with the world


    Navy Veteran (Kuwait/Iraq, Afghanistan)
    Currently in US Navy Reserves (14 years thus far)
    Inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame...
    Owner of Blocker Academy of Martial Arts (established 1995)
    Knife designer for TOPS knives (made in the USA)
    Former Professional Fighter and instructor in several martial arts.
    Member of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas
    Apache Knife Fighting & Battle Tactics instructor
    Certified Personal Fitness Trainer; Certified Metabolic Technician and Certified Health Score Technician
    Writer (featured in several magazines and published 5 books) and inducted into the Poetry Hall of Fame

  • 02:00


    in Politics

    What's the matter with Kansas? "The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy recently reported that Kansas has the ninth-most unfair tax system in the county.  A Kansan earning $47,700 a year pays 9.5 percent of income in state and local taxes; but someone earning $1,191,700 pays an effective rate of just 3.6 percent."

    Maybe Charles Koch doesn't get the science behind climate change? Read the latest from The Guardian which has scientists unpacking Charles latest. Click here.

    Latest Free Speech Radio News: 

    White House issues first-ever limits on power plant carbon pollution

    Gulf of Mexico dead zone now as big as Connecticut and Rhode Island combined

    Colorado mine spills at least a million gallons of acidic waste water

    Heavy monsoon rains wreak havoc across India

    Alabama now third state to end funding for Planned Parenthood after national efforts fail

    Senate lawmakers accuse State Dept. of putting trade policy over human rights

    Trafficked in Kuwait: two Cameroonian women share their stories

    Mexican journalists demand justice and a transparent investigation in quintuple homicide

    Brazil’s landless workers demand government re-fund land reform effort

    Bristol Community fm radio "State of the City" report with Tony Gosling and "old Labour" Martin Summers. Investigative reports - financial journalist Ian Fraser on this week's guilty verdict for Libor trader - whistleblower Tom Hayes. Click here for more details.

  • 02:00

    Washington Times Columnist L. Todd Wood To Discuss Obama's Identity Crisis.

    in Politics


    Todd is a contributor to Fox Business News, NY Post, The Moscow Times, Armed Forces Journal, Newmax Money News, National Review, Zero-Hedge, and others.  His column at the Washington Times, Behind The Curtain, deals with Russian and former Soviet issues.

    He splits his time between NYC and Moscow.

    Born in Georgia and raised in Savannah, Ever since his earliest days, he loved story telling.

    Todd left Savannah in 1982 to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO where he studied aeronautical engineering.  Upon graduation in 1986, he immediately left the Academy for flight school.  His initial assignment was flying Combat Search and Rescue helicopters at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska.  In the UHAE (Unique Harsh Arctic Environment-pronounced "Yoo Hay" by Alaskans) he flew local rescue missions and was also deployed throughout Asia. During this time he was credited with saving many lives and even more assists.  In addition to flying exciting missions, Todd also managed to graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage with an M.S. in Engineering Management.  In 1990 he volunteered for Special Operations and went back to flight school.  In 1991 he was assigned to the 20th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, FL, flying MH-53J Pave Low helicopters.  Immediately he was deployed to Kuwait.  Over the next three years he was active in  classified missions in support of counterterrorism under the control of the National Command Authority and deployed throughout the world.  His customers included SEAL Team Six and Delta Force.  He left the Air Force as a Captain in 1994. 



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