• 01:11

    Episode 267: Samuel B. Roberts and Operation Praying Mantis, best of

    in Military

    Narrow seas, unseen mines, punitive expeditions, and "come as you are" ASUW on the sea and in the air.

    Yes, it has been a quarter-century, but little has changed since the USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS (FFG-58) struck a mine, and in retribution, the US Navy launched Operation PRAYING MANTIS.

    The tactical and operational aspects of each, as well as combat leadership, remain constant even while the tools may have changed a bit.

    To discuss this an more, our guest for the full hour will be Brad Peniston, author of "No Higher Honor: Saving the USS Samuel B. Roberts in the Persian Gulf," recently released by the Naval Institute Press in paperback and on Kindle.

  • 03:57


    in Education


             Most people have difficulties with the Fair Credit Reporting Act, so THOR will do what it does best and provide and Consumer Protection style Mix Tape which will include the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and FCRA together for a powerful combination that will allow you far more damages against your pretending Creditor. (Debt Collector). We know how our Master Teacher Brother Sharif brings the consumer information, delivered with such a style that makes it simple to obtain and retain.

            The FCRA will be taught with simplicity and not in ways that other platforms disseminate with such confusion. The FCRA adds a considerable amount of damages which may include "punitive damages" and even criminal liabilities for a violating debt collector or individual. As always Private Classes will begin on Saturday January 10, 2015 whereby our Teacher (Brother Sharif) will adequately educate those who are serious about being compensated for their debt collectors failures to abide by the law.

           The Year 2015 is the Year for those who have been accepted, adopted, and been educated in THOR-OLOGY and we will stepping it up first show of the Year out of the gate with more ways to increase your damages against oppressive debt collectors. Be on time Tuesday, the telephone lines will be jam packed as our listening audience and exposure has expanded tremendously.

          We are rested, rejuvenated and refocused...so Get Ready, Reset, and Restore.....with the All New Mighty "THOR" Radio Network!!

    Disclaimer: We are not attorneys, we do not give Legal Advice.






  • 01:28

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 929

    in Self Help

    SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, and Tracy Baxter will lead the discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America in a series of bi-weekly shows dealing with the subject. Deborah and Tracy are Canadian actrivists from British Columbia. ~~ This week we'll be examining Judicial Corruption in our Family Courts in North America. We'll be featuring several guests, including Joe Sorge from Candor Entertainment, Las Vegas, Nevada, Susan Keckler, an attorney from Trophy Club, Texas, Anthony Pappas, Economics professor at St. John's University, New York, and Civil Rights Attorneys Brian Claypool and Patricia Barry from California. Joe Sorge is Director of the documentary "Divorce Corp," a film that examines the issues we are facing in our courts today. Susan Keckler is an attorney who represents Wendy Archer, one of the documentary's subjects. Her case is known as the most corrupt case in the history of Tarrant County, Texas, Family Court. Anthony Pappas is the victim of one of the longest running and most financially punitive cases in Nassau County, New York, history. Brian Claypool and Patricia Barry represented Ruby Dillon in what turned out to be one of the worst cases of Judicial Corruption in North America. There is little accountability in the appellate courts. Judges act with impunity, without a need to explain their decisions. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: naasca.forourkids@gmail.com

  • 02:02


    in Religion

    The Body of Christ is speaking out loud and proud against recent, very public incidents among players and perceived cover-ups among the NFL. Arrests, jail time, and firings have been demanded among other punitive options. And yet, churches today are full of people who refuse to demand the same for their pastor, pastor's colleague, or other church leader's delinquent behavior. On fist-fight Friday, we want to examine how many pastors are still in office with no suspension, no firing, and no restitution for similar or other corrupted behaviors affecting many. Why the double-standard? LETS TALK ABOUT IT ON FIST FIGHT FRIDAY, 12 NOON EASTERN!!!

  • 01:00


    in Current Events

    August 15, 2014

    A Conversation with Author Thomas Goodrich

    Writer Taylor McClain may also join the conversation

    The challenges of publishing today & the importance of original sources

    Mr. Goodrich has written many excellent books which embody real history.

    Thomas Goodrich returns for his 5th World View Conversation and discusses:

    The importance of original sources as opposed to regurgitation

    The challenges of publishing real history vs. court history

    Why some history novels are made into movies

    Why movies are such distortions

    Punitive measures against authors who write real history

    Efforts to suppress real history

    Visit the ANA & ANN: www.ana-ann.com

    Visit World View Foundations at: www.wvfoundations.org


    The American Nationalist Network (ANN), supports the use and availability of its programs for the general public under the “fair use” portion of Section 107 of the US Copyright Law. We require only that the content is clearly notated as being produced by and for the American Nationalist Network (ANN). Changing of its material in any fashion, whether audio or graphic, is prohibited.

  • 00:45

    Lagging Skills and Challenging Behavior

    in Psychology

    Dr. Greene's guest on today's program was Dr. Christopher Kaufman, a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist whose 27 years of practice includes over two decades as Lead Psychologist for the Portland (Maine) Public School Department. Dr. Kaufman is also author of Executive Function in the Classroom: Practical Strategies for Improving Performance and Enhancing Skills for All Students. Want to hear about the link between lagging skills and challenging behavior...and about the need for school systems and eveyone else) to focus more on lagging skills than on the behaviors caused by those lagging skills?  Listen!

  • 01:01

    Texas Tough: Standing Up for the Most Despicable and Heinous People in the USA

    in Politics

    TEXAS TOUGH:  Standing Up for the most despicable and heinous people in the USA with Guest: Mary Sue Molnar of Texas Voices.

    Convicted Sex offenders.   How can anybody defend people who have committed the most vile acts against children?  Shouldn't society be talking about more legal sanctions against these incurable monsters?  How can any community be safe from sex crimes by allowing these released from prison pariahs to roam the streets looking for new victims?  In defense of those deemed indefensible:

    Texas Voices For Reason and Justice is a statewide, non-profit, volunteer organization devoted to promoting a more balanced, effective, and rational criminal justice system. TVRJ advocates for common sense, research based laws and policies through education, legislation, litigation, and support for persons required to register for sex related offenses as well as for members of their families.

    They Believe:     

    No sexual abuse is ever acceptable.
    Sex offense laws and policies should be based on sound research and common sense, not panic or paranoia.
    Current laws and policies that paint all sex offenders with one broad brush are counter- productive, wasteful, and cause needless harm.
    Each offense must be judged on its own merits with a punishment that fit’s the crime and does not waste taxpayer dollars.
    Money spent on purely punitive measures would be better used for prevention, healing, and rehabilitation.

    Guest website:  http://texasvoices.org/






  • 02:00

    Hard Starboard Radio: Tea Party Mudslide

    in Politics Conservative

    The lessons of World War I finally arrive just in time to be ignored in a new century; How climatology is "political science"; How Obamanomics puts the "war" in class warfare; The emergence of "National Bolshevism"; More proof that "primarying" elected Republicans is a very, very bad idea; and e-newsletter spackle to fill up any cracks.

  • 02:15


    in Current Events

    Ana Margarita Martinez was born in Cuba and came to the U.S. as a child. She was a divorced mother of two in suburban Miami when she was courted and wed a Cuban spy. She was just another Cuban-American working mother and wife when her world crashed in 1996 after her husband turned up in Cuba days after the Cuban government shot down two civilian planes, killing four volunteer pilots and co-pilots in a Brothers to the Rescue search and rescue mission – an organization of which her husband, a Cuban MiG pilot who had reportedly defected from Cuba, had been a member. Juan Pablo Roque’s marriage to Ana Margarita had been a sham, making Ana Margarita and her children a part of his espionage plan. She was suddenly thrust into the public limelight and consequently became active in the Cuban pro-democracy cause and politics. Years after Roque returned to Cuba, Ana Margarita won two substantial judgments against the Cuban government, millions of dollars in personal and in punitive damages, for Roque’s government’s role in the fraud. The debt is still unpaid. In her personal battle against the Cuban government, Ana Margarita has seized three Cuban airplanes that have arrived at U.S. territory as partial payment to her judgment. Her story has circulated the globe on TV programs such as ABC’s 20/20, Good Morning America, CBS’s 60 Minutes, Inside Edition,The Leeza Gibbons Show, Court TV, Univision’s “Aqui y Ahora” and many more, as well as in articles published in Time magazine, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald, The London Guardian, People Magazine, Discovery ID and Lifetime Television, just to name a few. Today, Ana Margarita works as a public relations consultant and still lives in a Miami close to her daughter and grandson, her son lives out of state. Tune in and listen to Ana Margarita’s own account, how she has survived and living her best life now.

  • 00:46

    The Social and Emotional Well-Being of Kids: How's It Going?

    in Psychology

    On today's program, Dr. Greene was joined by Dr. Amanda Nickerson -- presently inaugural director of the University of Buffalo’s Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention -- to discuss bullying prevention in particular and the social-emotional well-being of kids in general. Dr. Nickerson had a very thoughtful take on things, and even gave us the top three skills kids need to do well: problem-solving, empathy, and emotion regulation. No wonder we had her on the program!

  • 00:29

    Why the Cavs Should Get More than Pau Gasol for Andrew Bynum

    in Basketball

    The Pau Gasol-for-Andrew Bynum trade talks appear to be dormant but not dead.

    The Lakers would like to get another worthy asset thrown into in the deal ... but so would the Cavs. And you know what? I have to side with the Cavs and general manager Chris Grant on this one.

    By taking Gasol's $19.3 million salary off the Lakers' books, they will drop Los Angels below the luxury tax threshold, saving the Buss family in the area of $20 million. But that's only the start of it. The Lakers also will be under the tax next season, and that gets them out of danger of being subject to the dreaded repeater tax, which is levied against teams that exceed the tax threshold four times in five seasons.

    So it's not just the current $20 million that the Cavs would be saving the Buss family, it is untold tens of millions more in two seasons when the Lakers figure to be a taxpaying team once again in the final season of Kobe Bryant's extension.

    So multiply that $20 million by a factor of at least two -- probably more given the punitive nature of the repeater tax, and you get an idea of how valuable acquiring and waiving Bynum can be to the Buss family fortune.

    Which is why if I am Chris Grant, I keep saying "no" to Los Angeles unless and until they throw Nick Young into the deal.

    More on that trade, other trade chatter ... and a closer look at the struggling Memphis Grizzlies in this podcast with Three Shades of Blue radio on WHBQ radio in Memphis.

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