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ABC's George Stephanopoulos grilled Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer on whether he had a "partisan interest" in writing the book...all the while failing to disclose that he, Stephanapoulos, donated $75K to the now beleagured and questionable Clinton Foundation.
Congressional Democarts make the absurd case the it is somehow the fault of Republicans that the tragic train derailment occurred in Philadelphia.
A Veteran Affairs whistleblower testifies before Congress on the internal culture of waste and fraud while it appears that not only were two Secret Service men intoxicated on duty while failing to stop a White House intruder but also that the Director had to find out from an ex-agent since the chainof command coverd it up.
These stories and more tonight.
Defending Conservative Values and the Constitution
What used to be the most elite agency in the Federal Government has become- quite frankly- and embarassment to America and the american people. What has happened to the US Secret Service? In recent history, it seems that the US Secret Service has been involved in one fiasco after another? We'll chronicle the indiscretions and outright dereliction of duty as of late by - what used to be- the premier law enforcement agency in the world. Has exposure to such and irresponsible administration led to contamination?
Jonathan Irish updates
Is Secret Service repeating history of the Kennedy era? Dan Emmett, a former Secret Service agent with first-person experience in the presidential security details of former Presidents George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, told WND the “office of the presidency for the last couple of years has not been as secure as it has been in years past.”
Rolling Stone in hot water for a bogus rape article and the Frat who was convicted by "Reckless" reporting is aiming to sue.
Facebook takes doiwn picture of a baby born without a nose - The reason? . . . It might upset its viewers. Uhhhhhhh . . . WHAT? With all the junk that stupid site puts up on a second-by-second basis . . . And this pic may "offend" somebody? Disgusting, Facebook. Absolutely disgusting! SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!
UN Officials are pushing De-Population to "Repair" Climate Change
This week we review "Kingsman: The Secret Service" directed by Matthew Vaughn, starring Colin Firth, Samuel Jackson and relative newcomer Taron Egerton. So here we are, the first movie of the year based on a comic book. Action, adventure, comedy and Colin Firth kicking some major arse. Tune in this Sunday as we review the film Matthew Vaughn turned down X-Men Days of Future Past to direct.
From IMDB:A spy organization recruits an unrefined, but promising street kid into the agency's ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.
In this episode of Independence Nation, president of Light of Life Keith A. Pitts, MSE tackles the issue of Secret Service gaffes and how it relates to past instances of misconduct, as well as other sectors of government who have had similar mishaps. The head of the Secret Service took responsibility for recent White House security breaches during a congressional hearing on Tuesday and promised to persevere notwithstanding a number of lapses that occurred on her watch.
Valentines Day weekend so you know what movie we'll be talking about, though I struggle to find the connection between BDSM and romance....guess I'm not with it anymore, that's right ladies and gentleman it's finally time to talk about 50 Shades of Grey. Also up this week is the long-awaited (to me at least) actioner Kingsman: The Secret Service. Cuddle up with your Valentine and take a listen, won't you?
Darrell Castle talks about the recent security lapses by the men and women who protect the President — the Secret Service.
“Everybody needs to go here — from the one they all are sworn to protect, to all the agency heads, all of them. At least that’s how I see it.”
American film composer Matthew Margeson was born in Bricktown, New Jersey
and began studying classical and jazz piano at a very early age. He attended Berklee
College of Music in Boston, where he studied film music and honed his skills as a
pianist. Matthew relocated to Los Angeles in 2003 and was invited to start an
apprenticeship at Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions. While at Remote
Control, Margeson developed his composition style by collaborating with Zimmer and
other composers on feature films such as: PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON
STRANGER TIDES, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS, and CAPTAIN AMERICA: WINTER
SOLDIER among many others. Margeson’s music has been performed and recorded
by orchestras in Los Angeles and London, as well as other ensembles throughout
Eastern Europe. In 2010, Margeson completed his first studio feature, SKYLINE, for Universal Studios. This score led to a nomination for the BSOSPIRIT Revelation Composer
Award at the Úbeda Film Music Festival. In addition to Margeson’s film contributions, he has also composed the music for the Universal Studio Tram Tour, as well as multiple TV shows and video games, including HBO’s EASTBOUND AND DOWN, and Sony Playstation’s ALL-STAR BATTLE ROYALE and KNACK. Most recently, Margeson provided the underscore arrangements for Disney’s acclaimed INTO THE WOODS, directed by Rob Marshall. Margeson has also just completed writing the scores to Matthew Vaughn’s highly anticipated KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE, as well as Paramount’s SCOUTS VS. ZOMBIES, directed by Christopher Landon. Both films will be released in theatres worldwide in 2015.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Last week we had some serious technical difficulties. We're going to try to do the same show again and hope that Blogtalk has their act together tonight. Here's an overview of the show tonight.
We have a lot of things coming against us these days. Islamists are giving themselves new names and terrorizing the World. It appears that Ebola is being purposfully spread throughout the United States. The Secret Service appears to be deliberately bungling its care of the Dictator in Chief. These things are not accidental and appear deliberate. This Saturday we'll look into these things and more on Opposing The Matrix. As always, listeners are encouraged to call in and participate. The show airs at 6PM Pacific and 9PM Eastern on Saturday night. Hope to hear you there.
Secret Service agents, like human surveillance cameras, have a front-row seat to the private lives of our Presidents and their families. Ronald Kessler's new book tells that eye-opening, uncensored story. Tune in to hear from him first-hand.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Colin Firth, Matthew Vaughn, and Samuel L. Jackson ought to come together to bring you a fantastic Uber-Bond spy film, but we'll let you know if they pull it off.
Is this worth seeing, or should you break down and see 50 Shades?
We'll also answer listener questions, and give you a breakdown of upcoming titles.
Women are breaking glass ceilings every day but sometimes it’s good to step back in time and honor some true pioneers who exhibit self-love and human courage. Sue Ann Baker is one of those stories. As one of the first five female Secret Service agents ever, she was a pioneer in federal law enforcement. From protecting world leaders and their wives to protecting presidential candidates on the campaign trail to arresting counterfeiters and check forgers, Sue Ann is used to pushing her comfort zone.
In her book Behind the Shades: A Secret Service Agent’s True Story, she describes her journey from cop to agent in the elite US Secret Service and the lessons she learned about modern love and learning to achieve your dreams.
Sue Ann’s site is www.sueannbaker.com.