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Patrick Stewart stars as Walter Blunt in the Starz series Blunt Talk; a straight talking newsman who brings his English wit and wisdom to American broadcast news. This is not your Star Trek or Shakespeare Stewart. Blunt is much more politically incorrect; a bawdier, mischievous scalliwag who spoons his female manager, snorts cocaine, suckles prostitutes and makes no apologies for his behavior. And that's just the first four episodes!
Patrick tells host Robin Milling the character is closer to him personally than any other in that he shared his deepest secrets with writer Jonathan Ames (HBO Bored To Death) which made their way fictiously into the series. He even named the character based on his pseudonym.
Patrick talks about his first on-camera sex scene with Elisabeth Shue, guest stars from the Enterprise including Brent Spiner, and throws down a rap about salmon, charmingly revealing there are many hidden talents we have yet to discover about him.
:'Thoughts on Election 2016'
Loren Parmley is back, to discuss w/ Stewart, his views on the current election and the candidates.
How does a leftist feel about the choices given?
How can we insure that the American voters are never again faced w/ such a mess?
political animals--Special Patrick Butler Correspondent
Stewart Alexander is once again joined by Don Alexander, Green Party candidate for State Rep. in District 65 in Connecticut. (FB----Don Alexander for Ct. State Representative)
"Are the Sanders Supporters Still Hoping?"
Under discussion wil be the fact that the Dems have not veered from their original strategy, that of letting Bernie lead the sheep to Hillary.
Also, why is Bernie talking about taking his progressive platform to the National Convention, rather than the White House?
Green Party candidate Don Alexander, running for State Rep. Ct. District 65 is Stewart's guest.
Don (FB Don Alexander for Ct. State Representative) will be speaking of his platform, and the difficulties 3rd party candidates have, running against the uni-party.
He'll also tell us the changes he wants to implement in the government of Connecticut.
Tonight Bob Maschi, political analyst and activist, returns.
Stewart Alexander and Bob will be discussing:
"How Can Bernie Sanders Be Winning And Losing?"
Senator Bernie Sanders has captured the interest and support of a broad cross-section of millions of American voters.
Why is this? Less of two evils? Something else?
Also under discussion will be how Dems. and Reps. have redefined democracy!
David Allan Hurst returns to 'Campaign 2016.....'
He is running for the Democratic Congressional seat in the 3rd CD of North Carolina.
Stewart Alexander and David Hurst will discuss a topic that seems to be off the table in this election.
'War---The Great Unmentionable In The 2016 US Elections'
A recent artile on this by Joseph Kishore was published on the World Socialist Web Site.
There is an absence of discussion by corporate candidates of what is by far the most serious issue facing the people of the US and the world, the threat of global war!
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Susana Stewart and Caroline Maina of Fro Butter to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss how they came up with the product and what it's been like to see the way that women around the country have benefited from and enjoyed it.
On this episode of Talking in Circles, we break down the weekend that was at Richmond International Raceway. Carl Edwards moved Kyle Busch out of the way on the final lap to win his 27th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
Was that the correct move for Carl? Should Kyle invoke some revenge?
We'll give our Attaboys and surprises and talk about the points. Who is in danger of missing the Chase?
Also we'll discuss the news of the week: NASCAR has instituted a new lug nut rule starting this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. We'll give our thoughts on that and talk about how NASCAR can police this.
Plus Tony Stewart was fined $35k for comments about lug nuts, then NASCAR instutites the rule. Should NASCAR revoke the fine and how bad does the sport look. What made Stewart made those comments and why did the Driver's Council pay the fine?
Several media members have complained about Tony Stewart being eligable for the win at Talladega, even though he's gonna have a subsitute driver. We'll discuss our feelings on that.
Plus, it's going to be a wild weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. We'll preview the double-header weekend and take your phone calls at 917-889-8280.
A free wheeling conversation by Stewart, Larry and Augusto with commentary about the latest news and information concernig world events, paranormal sightings, UFO's, the arrival, and black operations by world governments. Aternative Three, Planet-X and the lastest news concerning the cosmic intruders. Earth changes accelerations, fireballs and impact events, The rise of antichrist and who it might be, upcoming election and will there actually be one? The bots concerning the ocean coastal event, sun disease. A discussion concerning a coming total economic collapse and the rise of the mark of the beast. Agenda 21/30/50 and the take-over of America by the rich men of the Earth. Psalm Two wars and prophecies concerning world war three and much more.
Jenny Stewart is a paranormal investigator, psychic, medium, radio personality and writer. She is recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities within the study of Real Time audio ITC with her extensive research, and knowledge of equipment she coined the ghost box.
Jenny founded Paranormal Research and Resource Society in 2008, with over a decade devoted to paranormal research she wanted to create an organization to provide education to anyone seeking it. She is the director of PRRS with Chapters throughout the country.
In the fall of 2008 Jenny alongside her team conducted a residential investigation in Waldorf Maryland that became one of the most compelling cases in her paranormal career. The case later became a subject of Animal Planets hit series The Haunted. The episode titled The Ghost Box prophecies, shared the three warnings Jenny received from the ghost box while conducting the Waldorf investigation. All three warnings came true within six months of receiving them, including one that warned of murder. The Ghost Box Prophecies was the highest rated episode in the life of the series.