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  • 02:00

    State Sovereignty: Ron Calzone Sues Missouri

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!


    Shall Empire or Liberty Be Sought?


    We will begin our evening with an in-depth revisit to the Convention of States. How is it going? What is wrong and right with the current movement? What could we do to make this more successful?


    Then, we will be joined by very special guest Ron Calzone. Ron is a great friend and leader in Missouri's Liberty movement. He's recently filed a suit against the State for passing laws that contained many subjects (omnibus bills) in direct violation of the Missouri Constitution. Want to discuss this with Ron? Call and participate at 347-677-1835.


    It all happens live tonight (Saturday) at 7PM.
     

  • 00:50

    2MW Hot Corner: Missouri Dominance, Miami's Management Situation

    in Sports

    Top of the Inning - Missouri dominance, KC and St Louis filling up the all-star ballot


    Middle of the Inning - How small market teams are the new trend in baseball.


    Bottom of the Inning - Our take on the management situation in Miami

  • 01:00

    Moving the Chains

    in Sports

    Moving the Chains


    Join Aaron Fowler as he discusses a variety of topics today at 12pm ET/9am PT


    NFL


    * Ryan Clady possibly out for the season with ACL tear


    * What impact will Clady’s absence have on Peyton Manning


    * Odell Beckham says double coverage will not work


    * NFLs ten scariest position groups


    * Missouri lawmakers sue Governor Jay Nixon over stadium money for Rams


    * Jake Long visits Giants


    * Sam Bradford is no lock to open season as Eagles’ QB


    * Houston Texans to appear on Hard Knocks


    SEC


    * Permanent rivalry opponents emphasized in new SEC schedule cycle


    * SEC East breakdown


    To listen to the show, go over to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportzaddix/2015/06/02/moving-the-chains or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303

  • 01:26

    Bill Wickersham, UFOs and Nuclear Weapons

    in Paranormal

    Bill Wickersham is an adjunct professor of peace studies at the University of Missouri–Columbia, and a UFO enthusiasts. He has been researching and lecturing on the topic for years. He has written several articles and opinion pieces that have been published in newspapers such as the Columbia Daily Tribune, and appears regularly on KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio to discuss UFO news. In this interview, we talk to Bill about how he got interested in the topic of UFOs, what his colleagues think of his paranormal interests, correlations he sees between UFOs and nuclear weapons, and much more.

  • 02:04

    OTTOS KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Program Summary June 1. 2015


    Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss during the 2nd hour all manner of Kansas small town life after these news stories.


    Counterspin (30 min.)


    Description: Are media dangerously indifferent to questions of criminal banks? Plus: whistleblowers on the front line of the conflict between powerful institutions’ desire to keep secrets and democracy’s requirement that people be well-informed.


    Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)


    Description: 



    Indigenous police commander Nestora Salgado transferred from Mexican max-security prison after 24-day hunger strike
    Paris police announce they will clear camp where 100s of migrants languish
    Senate to return early from Memorial Day recess to vote on surveillance provisions
    Maine activists call for state action on labeling laws and support for local agriculture at march against seed giant
    Extreme heat wave in India kills around 2000 people
    Striking auto workers in Turkey declare victory in labor struggle


    Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.


     

  • 00:36

    What Does It Mean To Be Transgender?

    in Parents

    Today's guest is Caroline Gibbs, founder and director of The Transgender Institute, located in Kansas City, Missouri, whose mission is to help adults and young families to address their gender concerns through individual, group and family therapy.

    Today's discussion will focus on what does it mean to be transgender, and how we can help this movement to progress.


    Caroline Gibbs is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor, nationally and internationally recognized as an educator, advocate and provider for this population.


    Caroline brings a deep respect for, and sensitivity to, the needs of families of origin, partners, children and friends, a familiarity with the diversity of gender expression and the transgender liberation movement, and an in-depth knowledge of mental health concerns.


    Caroline uses a holistic approach that includes psychological counseling, hormone treatment, psychiatric referrals, and surgery guidance among numerous other services.

  • 01:28

    Former Alabama Senator Lowell Barron

    in Politics

    In this episode of Bringing Voices To Power I talk with one of Alabama's most powerful politicians former Senator Lowell R. Barron.  Barron is a former Democratic politician, businessman who was a member of the Alabama Senate, and represented the 8th District since 1982. He was elected President Pro Tem of the Alabama Senate from 1999 to 2007, and after having served seven terms in the state Senate, was defeated by 628 votes in the 2010 general election. Barron represented Alabama's 8th Senate district  which includes all of Jackson County and parts of Dekalb and Madison Counties. He was elected Mayor of Fyffe in 1968, a position he held until 1982, when he was first elected to the Alabama Senate. After his first year in the Senate, he was not selected as the Democratic nominee. Subsequently, he waged the state's first and only successful write-in campaign for the Alabama Legislature and won the Democratic nomination. He encourged people to write in "Lowell Barron" with the "itty bitty pencils" which his campaign distributed, and his write-in campaign still stands as one of the most successful in American history. While the Senate district contained three counties (DeKalb, Jackson and parts of Madison), he recieved write-in votes in 26 of Alabama's 67 counties.

  • 02:01

    The "Status quo" is, well, the status quo; GOP field continues to grow...why?

    in Politics Conservative

    Show time: Monday, June 1, 2015 at 8AM-10AM EST


    The long vacation is over, but not forgotten. It is now time to jump right back "In the Pickle Barrel". After eleven days, twelve states, over 4300 miles, temperatures ranging from the low 90's to sub zero, rain, floods and snow you better bet it will be a MANIC MONDAY!


    No matter how hard I tried, and I truly did, politics kept raising it's ugly head. The more strangers we met, the more "What do you do?'' questions were asked. My wife just rolled her eyes. She knew what was about to happen...political conversation.


    Manic Monday is your day. But just in case you are short on topics I am ready to share thoughts of individuals from South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri,Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee. Topics such as the status quo will never change, the new "official" candidates, why the Clintons are untouchable, why the Republicans can't win, and the "Great Southwestern Floods" and more.


    Join in the conversations in the live online chat room or call and share your thoughts live on air at 855-236-2486.

  • 02:01

    State Sovereignty: Cynthia Davis

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!


    Tonight's headliner is Cynthia Davis, former Republican legislator and Constitution Party candidate for Lt Governor. On the agenda, American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and Convention of States. You can bet Cynthia has opinions about both of these items.


    You can join the discussion on our studio line at 347-677-1835 as Dave and Lloyd cover all the bases. It happens live at 7PM Missouri Time. Be there or be left out

  • 00:28

    Small Rural Town Sees New Life Thanks to Missouri Star Quilt Company's Success

    in Entrepreneur

    What started out as a creative way to help his parents in their retirement has turned into an international, award winning business. Alan Doan Co-founder along with his sister Sarah Galbraith of Missouri Star Quilt Company talks about the inception of the company in 2008 and how it's grown to where it is today, including the most recent honor. Alan and his sister Sarah were named as the National 2015 Small Business Persons of the year. The award is presented each spring as part of the U.S. Small Business Administration's National Small Business Week.


    In addition to growing his business, Alan and host Kelly Scanlon discuss how Missouri Star Quilt Company is bringing life back to the town of Hamilton, the rural town of about 1500 in Northwest Missouri.


    Listen to additional shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon at our archives

  • 00:28

    Organize Clutter and Clean out Political Dirt

    in Politics

    There is too much clutter and way too much dirt across America. It didn't happen overnight. It wasn't noticed until very recently by the vast majority. And because only a few will be strong enough, willing or able to do the work we're looking at months and years for the most of what has to be done. Lots of effort is already in place, and that's thanks goes to a city in America which is now recognized as typical America. Ferguson, America. For this host, it was Ferguson youth who got my attention on the night of August 10, 2014. It was that night, after doing extensive reseach about Ferguson Missouri, I realized a change I had prayed for had come to America. What begin as a protest became a movement. I  think of it as a continuance of Civil Rights Act of 1965. God built a fence around Ferguson, blessed the occupants with encouragement for others and courage to bring to the forefront what America needs most. Healing. They stand for Justice for Mike Brown ...