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  • 00:31

    Irate, Tireless Minority - Nobody Wins a Shell Game

    in Politics Conservative

    Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be. 


    Politics: Eagle Forum attempted hostile takeover


    Religion: Germans have to go to a Swiss paper to get their ad published.


    Doing What's Right: Remember, as we go forward into whatever this election brings that not everything is on the internet - and what is, is shaped by those who put it there and those who have the power to remove or change what is available. 

  • 01:58

    Law and Disorder Radio

    in Politics

    1st HOUR: This news program is broadcast and streamed at KKFI-fm 90.1 Tuesday, 9am (CST) See: http://www.kkfi.org/


    Law and Disorder Radio  (See: http://lawanddisorder.org/  ) is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.


    Three top progressive lawyers host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases the show is the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.


    2nd Hour: Latest Bristol Broadband Cooperative (U.K.) We're joined this week by the author of Financial Alchemy in Crisis: The Great Liquidity Illusion, City University Professor Anastasia Nesvetailova to discuss the possibility of another financial crisis.  Lots of discussion about banking regulation (or lack of) nationally and at the Swiss Bank For International Settlements (BIS) and the wider power relationship between politicians and bankers.
    We also wonder at the failure to isolate the shadow banking system, the increasing use of property as 'money in the bank' for people who don't actually use it, the central position of the City of London and the implications of a Brexit for the UK economy.


     

  • 01:02

    Radio Free America - March 27, 2016

    in Politics

    A Discussion of Libertarian Politics in Delaware and Across the Nation, with a Little Bit of Music Thrown In, Just for Fun.


     


    Topics:


    Drug Legalization in Hawaii


    Swiss Addiction Treatment


    Dirty Campaign


    Convention:  Are Rules and Smart Delegate Strategies Stealing?


     


    Music: 


    Tango Por Una Cabeza


    from Scent of a Woman


    We Go Down Fighting


    by Suicide Denial


    Podsafe music courtesy of Music Alley


    Links:


    Contact Scott Gesty


    Scott Gesty Website


    LPD Convention


    Debate Schedule


    Primary Schedule/Delegate Count


    Stossel LP Presidential Debate


    Will's Facebook


    Jess' Facebook


    Legislative Links


    DE Legislators


    House


    Senate

  • 01:00

    Cynde Interviews Erich von Daniken, Author, UFO Expert, Mayans, and Atlantis

    in Spirituality

    KEYNOTE SPEAKER at APRIL 2016 TRANSFORMATION CONF AND UFO CONF. www.transformation-conference.com www.ozarkufoconference.com


    Born on April 14th, 1935, in Zofingen, Switzerland, Erich von Däniken was educated at the College St-Michel in Fribourg, where already as a student he occupied his time with the study of the ancient holy writings. While managing director of a Swiss 5-Star Hotel, he wrote his first book, Chariots of the Gods, which was an immediate bestseller in the United States, Germany, and later in 38 other countries.


    In the United States, Erich von Däniken won instant fame as a result of the television special "In Search of Ancient Astronauts," based upon his first book. In 1996/97 ABC/Kane produced another documentary with Erich von Däniken (seen on the Discovery Channel). In Germany, the biggest TV network, RTL, showed the film on November 26th, 1996. 7,7 million viewers in Germany alone watched the program. Today, Erich von Däniken continues his filming with ABC and RTL.


    Erich von Däniken's latest book just translated and now published is: Twilight of the Gods: The Mayan Calendar and the Return of the Extraterrestrials. In this book Erich von Däniken meticulously investigates the mysteries surrounding the Mayan calendar, its amazing connection to the Ancient Astronaut Theory, and tantalizing information on the extraterrestrials prophetic return to Earth. www.daniken.com

  • 00:16

    The Educational Life of Baloch Women in America Part II

    in News

    GUEST

    Shireen Gul


    Shireen is a recent graduate from Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL. She came to US first time as an exchange but she decided to come back and complete her degree in Journalism and Communications. She has been working as a journalist from past 7 years and has done internship with renowned institutes such as Voice of America, City of Mayor and Seattle Times."

    Faiza Marri 


    Faiza Marri, a Fulbright Scholar and a Corporate Trainer working in Karachi these days, got most of her education from Quetta. After completing her Bachelors in Business Administration, she started job as a Human Resource Officer in an NGO, that worked towards health and educational development of Balochistan. She also has a research study (thesis) to her credit in which she stressed the need for psychological counseling in organizations in Balochistan, which, she believes, is the need of time because of the law and order conditions and recurring natural disasters like earthquake and floods in Balochistan. After returning to Pakistan she was chosen among the Pak-US Alumni to select the Final Candidates who will get scholarship to study in US. She has also been giving talks to motivate youth for utilizing their potential to the fullest in different institutions.


    HOST


    Malik Siraj Akbar, President, the Balochistan Institute, Washington D.C.

  • 00:15

    The Educational Life of Baloch Women in America

    in News

    GUEST

    Shireen Gul


    Shireen is a recent graduate from Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL. She came to US first time as an exchange but she decided to come back and complete her degree in Journalism and Communications. She has been working as a journalist from past 7 years and has done internship with renowned institutes such as Voice of America, City of Mayor and Seattle Times."

    Faiza Marri 


    Faiza Marri, a Fulbright Scholar and a Corporate Trainer working in Karachi these days, got most of her education from Quetta. After completing her Bachelors in Business Administration, she started job as a Human Resource Officer in an NGO, that worked towards health and educational development of Balochistan. She also has a research study (thesis) to her credit in which she stressed the need for psychological counseling in organizations in Balochistan, which, she believes, is the need of time because of the law and order conditions and recurring natural disasters like earthquake and floods in Balochistan. After returning to Pakistan she was chosen among the Pak-US Alumni to select the Final Candidates who will get scholarship to study in US. She has also been giving talks to motivate youth for utilizing their potential to the fullest in different institutions.


    HOST


    Malik Siraj Akbar, President, the Balochistan Institute, Washington D.C.


     

  • 01:30

    Burdman Podcast with Lavada Luening

    in Art

    This episode includes a guest appearance with Lavada Luening, director of the Southeast Wisconsin Secular She-thinkers (SWiSS). 


    We discuss about the woman behind the organization, the organization itself and future projects. 

  • 01:15

    Senescence: That Elusive Fountain of YOUTH, on HOUR~of~POWER, Mark Denning, RN

    in Weight Loss

    We had a jam session last night.....a little gospel.....a little light jazz....... then we got deep and had a conversation about Senescence or biological aging lol . The word "senescence" can refer either to cellular senescence or to senescence of the whole organism. (person) . Then we talked about GREEN JUICING and rocked some more !


    The Commander discusses:


    Although it is commonly thought that physical aging is totally left up to the stars or your genes. However, as with  any disease, aging  has at its root in  vitamin and mineral deficiencies. .


    Contact the Commander @ Facebook/WellnessWarriorZ @https://www.facebook.com/groups/123559957782396/?ref=br_tf


    Contact the GodMother, Michelle Edmonds @ FB/serenityweightloss or watch here: https://youtu.be/yew4KyyUx7k


    PRODUCTS REFERENCED DURING THIS BROADCAST:


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    Broad spectrum, foundation nutrition plus powerful antioxidants to support anti-aging.* Each pack provides broad spectrum foundation nutrition and includes BTT 2.0 Citrus Peach Fusion -450g canister (1), EFA PLUS™-90 soft gels (1), Beyond Osteo-fx™ powder - 357g Canister (1) and Cell Shield RTQ™-60 capsules See individual products for details.


    Cell Shield RTQ as a single item


     


     

  • 00:31

    Jeffrey Perren Returns to the CL Gammon Show

    in Books

    Novelist Jeffrey Perren talks about his new novel: Tellen Song: or, the education of Wilhelm Tell.


    About Tellen Song: or, the education of Wilhelm Tell:


    1307 AD — The Legend Ends, the Story Begins...


    Wilhelm Tell, hunter and builder in Üri, dares to disrespect the envious bailiff Gessler, appointed ruler of the southern forest cantons by King Albrecht of Germany. Sentenced to slavery until he completes building Gesslerburg, Tell escapes over the Alpine mountains to Lombardy.


    But the political upheaval in his homeland is mirrored there. Drawn unwillingly into the squabbles between the Pope-supporting Guelphs and the Ghibellines, who side with the Emperor, he longs to rejoin his own independence movement.


    A fugitive from Schwyz and a misfit in Milan, Tell finally sees his chance to return to lead his people. Will he forge a lasting freedom for himself, his family, and his countrymen? Or will his own brethren betray him, and themselves, at the crucial moment?


    Harking back to the founding of the Swiss Confederacy, Tellen Song tells the story of its legendary founder — set among all the rich historical details of the 14th century.

  • 00:16

    Swiss America Gold Standard

    in Religion

    I Bishop Calvin Jones Jr will briefly will be informing listeners about Swiss America The Gold Standard

  • 00:15

    The Death of a College Girl: Will Saqiba Ever Get Justice?

    in Regional

    Join the Balochistan Institute President Malik Siraj Akbar in a conversation with Fulbright scholar Aslam Kakar about the recent tragic incident in Balochistan’s Killa Saifullah District where a teenage twelfth-grader committed suicide after her college principal rejected her forms to be submitted at the examination board. Last year, Saqiba and her friends had staged protests at the Quetta Press Club against the suspension of classes in the college. Their ‘rebellion’ had irked the school principal and the administration. She and her friends were forced to make an apology for their behavior. They submitted written apologies too but persistent tensions continued until the young student committed suicide last week.


    Aslam Kakar
    Twitter: @aslamk_kakar

    Aslam Kakar is a Fulbright Scholar and holds a Master degree in Peace and Justice Studies from the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies, University of San Diego. He has a B.A. in Political Science from Government College University Lahore, Pakistan. Kakar is a human rights activist and also writes for Laaltain, Pakistan's first bilingual youth magazine, and the Pak Tea House on political, peace, and human rights issues, including book reviews. Currently, he is based in New Jersey, USA.   


    To read Kakar's article on Saqiba's suicide, please click here