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  • 02:56

    What the Republicans Ought Not Do to Repeat 2012

    in Politics Conservative

    Sit back, relax, and listen to our rebroadcast of this important Episode.

    Bards Logic welcomed Morton Blackwell to discuss the RNC Spring Meeting and the 'Ginsberg Rules'.

    Mr. Blackwell was Barry Goldwater’s youngest elected delegate to the 1964 Republican National Convention in San Francisco. He was a national convention Alternate Delegate for Ronald Reagan in 1968 and 1976, and a Ronald Reagan Delegate at the 1980 national convention. In 1980, he organized and oversaw the national youth effort for Ronald Reagan. He served as Special Assistant to the President on President Reagan’s White House Staff 1981-1984.

    Mr. Blackwell is a specialist in matters relating to the rules of the Republican Party. He served on rules committees of the state Republican parties in Louisiana and in Virginia. He serves now on the RNC’s Standing Committee on Rules and has attended every meeting of the Republican National Conventions’ Rules Committees since 1972. 

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1233

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Barbara Ochoa from San Francisco, a returning NAASCA family member who's Executive Director at Help4Guys.org. Barbara's here once again to talk about the events that are planned in celebration of "Male Abuse Awareness Week" (MAAW) which is held each year during the first week of December. MAAW is an awareness campaign that was started by the P. Luna Foundation in 2008, and the website is an extension of that program. The main focus is to change the negative social stigma that goes along with the topic of males who are victims of sexual or emotional abuse and domestic violence. "Most abused males avoid therapy and treatment because they are too ashamed or afraid of being judged for doing so," according to the web site. "By bringing the subject to light once a year we hope to make this topic more socially acceptable and in return more men will feel comfortable enough to seek the help they desperately need but in many cases avoid." Since the awareness campaign's inception in 2008 we at NAASCA have been pleased to participate hand-in-hand with Barbara Ochoa, and Bill Murray has appeared at several of the live events. We too want to help men who were victims of past abuse break their silence, in order to inspire younger men into getting treatment. Like Barbara, we have seen more and more celebrities come forward and many more news stories reporting on males who are victims of abuse.

  • 02:01

    The Frat House Sports Show #220

    in Sports

    This is our annual thankfully Thanksgiving Frat House Sports Show and you do not want to miss our annual sports-talk feast with Frat House Mike, Sidekick, and Brandon!

    They open it with a quick review of the final NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship race and a shout-out to new winner Kyle Busch.

    It seems some NFL teams haven’t learned anything from the recent concussion lawsuit fallout. How could things go so wrong with the Rams handling of QB Case Keenum when it was so obvious to millions watching the game?

    Our resident NBA-NHL guest analyst Matt DiBiase brings us some chat about the astounding Golden State Warriors; and, don’t look now but the San Jose Sharks are coming on strong in the NHL.

    Ray Moffo of WNJC 1360-AM joins the gang to take a look at the quickly-imploding Philadelphia Eagles team and how the fan-base has turned so quickly on Chip Kelly.

    It would be Thanksgiving without our traditional 4 Minutes of Football and our Frat House Sports’ Picks-of-the-Week choosing from: Eagles – Lions; Panthers – Cowboys; Raiders – Titans; Patriots – Broncos.

    Now THAT’S a program you do not want to miss. You NEED to be tuned-in LIVE at 7 p.m. ET . . . and, give a call with your thoughts: 347 – 826 – 9964.

  • 01:56

    Canelo vs Miguel Cotto Recap, Klitschko vs Tyson Fury Preview

    in Sports

    Rumors have swirled about how many Pay-Per-View buys Saul "Canelo" Alvarez's win over Miguel Cotto pulled in, and so far the news is quite good, if not surprising. It was a solid kinda-middleweight fight, but perhaps not the clash many had hoped for.

    The fight that stole all the attention was Francisco Vargas' war with Takashi Miura. In danger of being stopped by a damaged eye, Vargas rallied to end Miura's night in the 9th round. It was an instant "Fight of the Year" contender.

    As some may have expected, Guillermo Rigondeaux didn't entertain much on the card.

    But this coming weekend we get to see two huge fighters compete for the heavyweight title on in Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury, on HBO. This could be a case of who you think will win and who you want to win being two different things.

    Also on the menu, James DeGale fights a comebacking Lucian Bute on Showtime in Quebec City.

    All these things and more will be covered by James Foley of Bad Left Hook and The Fight City's Patrick Connor. And probably with too many jokes thrown in.

    On Twitter...

    James Foley: @JFoley81

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  • 00:54

    Episode 25: Bellator 147 Preview With Daniel Weichel

    in MMA

    Bellator 147 is an upcoming Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event scheduled to take place December, 4 in San Jose, Calif. The event will air live on Spike TV and is headlined by Josh Thomson (21-8 (1)) and Pablo Villaseca (10-1) in a lightweight matchup. The co-main event is a featherweight bout featuring Daniel Weichel (35-9) and Georgi Karakhanyan (24-4-1). Weichel is the former M-1 Global Lightweight Champion and holds a blackbelt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Din Thomas. He weighs-in on his thoughts about his opponent, the card, Bellator MMA and the current state of MMA. 


  • 02:04

    The Code of Hammurabi is still studied by historians and students for its contri

    in Music

    The Code of Hammurabi was written by King Hammurabi, who began ruling the Babylonian Empire in about 1800 BC. Hammurabi came to power using his strengths as a military leader, conquering many smaller city-states to create his Empire. Hammurabi believed that the gods appointed him to bring justice and order to his people, and he took this duty very seriously. Not long after his ascent to power, he created his Code, 282 laws written to define all relationships and aspects of life in the kingdom. The laws were displayed in a public place so that all the people could have the opportunity to study them. The laws applied to everyone, though application of the laws and punishment differed according to social class. The punishments for disobeying the laws were swift and harsh, further encouraging compliance. The form of the Code of Hammurabi is significant in the way that it is written. The simple language used to write the Code allowed the average member of Babylonian society to understand the expectations placed on them. Each of 282 laws was written separately with specific examples of indiscretions that were illegal, and the precise form of punishment that would occur. Join Goddess Rebekkah Muhammad and Tim Aldred for the full enlightening show 11/25/2015 @ 4:00 pm est (661) 467-2407

  • 01:28

    Conor Hebert, Steven Meador, Jackson Moore and more!

    in Sports

    Tonight on the program, 

    Conor Hebert is live in studio with his weekly NFL Pick Em segment. What did he think of the #Packers big win over their NFC North rival Minnesota? We will get his take TONIGHT!

    Steven Meador is co-hosting and will get his take on the new College Football playoff rankings!

    Jackson Moore will join us at 7:00 PM MT to give his take on San Jose State as they face the Broncos on Friday afternoon. 

    San Jose Mercury News' Elliott Almond joins the program to preview the game on Saturday afternoon as well. Who are the key players to watch for? Elliott will tell us tonight. 


    Top headlines and more as we are LIVE! 

  • 00:26

    US Racing Sports Gambling Show

    in Sports

    US Racing’s Derek Simon discusses the recent announcement by Andrew Beyer that his famous speed figures have changed. Derek also explains how teaser betting works and how players can turn the odds in their favor.

    In the Sports Handicapping segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider drops by to give his thoughts on Stanford vs. Notre Dame, USC vs. UCLA and the San Diego Chargers vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars.

  • 00:54

    Enchanted Voice

    in Entrepreneur

    Mondays, 9 am Pacific, "Enchanted Voice," host Cyndee Paulson-Heer:

    Join Cyndee every week as she interviews owners of holistic and innovative businesses, all over the San Francisco area! 

  • 00:59

    The Seahawks Show

    in Sports

    On this episode of The Seahawks Show, hosts Kevin Daggett and Lee Vowell look back on the Seattle Seahawks game against the San Francisco 49ers and look ahead to the Seahawks game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with guest Keith Myers of 12th Man Rising. 

  • 01:03

    Outa da Park

    in Sports

    Outa da Park / November 23rd

    Jerry Chiles discuss Major League Baseball topics at 9pm ET / 6pm PT


    * Leonys Martin joining Mariners in trade

    * Willie Mays and Yogi Berra among 17 named to receive Medal of Freedom

    * Carlos Correa wins AL Rookie of the Year

    * Kris Bryant named NL Rookie of the Year

    * Phillies acquire Jeremy Hellickson from Diamondbacks for prospect

    * Padres trade Craig Kimbrel to Red Sox for prospects

    * Dodgers narrow managerial search

    * Marco Estrada sign deal with Blue Jays

    * Cubs season-ticket prices rise by average of 10.4%

    * Joe Maddon named NLs Manager of the Year

    * Jeff Banister named AL Manager of the Year

    * Tigers trade for Francisco Rodriguez

    * Dallas Keuchel wins AL Cy Young Award

    * Jake Arrieta wins NL Cy Young Award

    * Josh Donaldson wins AL MVP

    * Bryce Harper wins NL MVP

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