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  • 01:41

    V-RADIO invites Aaron Moritz to discuss "Social Justice" in activism.

    in Politics

    One of the reasons I wanted to come back on to do V-RADIO is I noticed a disturbing trend that TZM and TVP related activism have been invaded by a lot of thinking that is not in line with what I understand TZM and TVP to be about. "Social Justice Warriors" as some call them do not realize the slippery slope many of them are falling down when they enter activism for what they understand to be good reasons and then slowly turn into what they claim to oppose. I invite Aaron Moritz onto this show to discuss this issue. 

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  • 03:00

    TSD 12/11 - #MINvsAZ Recap, Skippy Bash Hour and Week 14 NFL Predictions

    in Sports

    Hello everybody welcome to Episode 18 of "The Sports Drive with Sean Mahon & Josh Lopez"! 

    We'll be join by our weekly contributor Frank Sprankle and Brian Snow! 

    If you would like to join the program and make predictions for this Sunday's NFL Games call us 1-602-753-1743. 

    Also you can hit up our Text Line at 77948 

    So, dial 77948 type the word text, space, and then the message.

    Here's the rundown for today's show! 

    10:00-10:30~ Vikings/Cardinals Recap, Carson Palmer MVP? Vikings downward slope can bounce them from the wild card. 

    10:32-10:35~ On this day in Sports History 

    10:40-10:55~ MLB Winter Meetings Topics - Asdrubal Cabrera to the New York Mets, Diamondbacks getting royaly ripped at the Meetings, Yunel Esocbar to the Washington Nationals and so much more.  

    11:00-11:35- Skippy Bayless Bash Hour 

    11:40-11:55~  Philadelphia 76ers needs to be Extinct, Some NBA discussion

    12:00-12:50~ Week 14 NFL Predictions

    WAS vs CHI, PIT vs CIN, SF vs CLE (Ethiopia) , SD vs KC, DET vs STL (Ethiopia), TEN vs NYJ (Ethiopia), BUF vs PHI, NO vs TB, ATL vs CAR, IND vs JAX (Ethiopia), SEA vs BAL (Ethiopia), OAK vs DEN, DAL vs GB, NE vs HOU, NYG vs MIA (Ethiopia)

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  • 00:40

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Larry L. Luikart

    in Books



      Throw Salt on the Water tells the story of two young friends thrust into making decisions regarding their personal friendship and faith by finding themselves on opposite sides of the US Civil War. A novel of historical fiction. Follow these two as they move from boyhood transformed by the crucible of war into men.


  • 00:31


    in Politics

    On March the 30, 1965 I was just turning 10, I had lost my mother a year previous to this in September. I was so sad and had been betrayed the ultimate betrayal of one human being to another.  I thought I had problems, but this young man George Jackson was experiencing the same betrayal but he was locked behind bars at 17, and now was 18 only eight years older than me. But he like many of my generation who were teens at the time of the Vietnam War would never see 25.   The letters of George Jackson show the corruption of the AMERICAN RACIST WHITE SUPREMACIST GOVERNMENT in relation to cruel and inhuman treatment of Black Men in the CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM OF PROCEEDINGS. How is it possible that a youth could be treated like this is beyond cruel it is devilish.  George becomes increasingly aware of the fact that he is on the slope of justice deferred, and his death is only a matter of time even though he is doing all the right things to turn his life around. Listen to this part of his letter to his father: "Though I know I am a victim of social injustice and economic pressure and though I understand the forces that work to drive so many of our kind to places like this and mental institutions, I can't  help but know I proceeded wrong somewhere. I could have done worse. You know our people react in different ways to this neo-slavery, some just give in completely and join the other side.  They join some Christian cult and cry out for integration.  These are the weakest and hardest to reach with new doctrine. Some become inveterate drinkers and narcotic users in an attempt to gain some mental solace for the physical depravity  they suffer." GEORGE JACKSON, MARCH 30, 1965

  • 00:19

    No more anonymous guns

    in Politics Progressive

    With a mass shooting literally daily in the U.S., surely we've had enough. I wanted to avoid the subject, which has been pretty well covered. Yet, the several recent mass murders won't let me. I think they won't let most Americans, not any more.

    Sure, gun-rights absolutists (a.k.a. those financed by gun and ammo makers) have had decades of success with the slippery slope scare tactic. That is, if you further regulate guns in even the smallest way, you really are coming for everyone's guns. We jsut can't allow that, so they say.

    Meanwhile, we have a very conservative Supreme Court that has gone with the broadest possible support for Second Amendment individual gun ownership rights. An Australian-style combo buyback and confiscation of military-grade weapons is out of the question here. 

    And yet, let us keep some perspective. Some guns are outlawed. Think full-automatic machine guns, bazookas, rocket launchers and such. We have managed to do such banning without sliding down any slopes at all. I propose moderately annoying rules, annoying at least to those who feel they need a dozen or two dozen high-powered weapons and the right to display and carry them everywhere they go.

    For absolutism, we absolutely need to halt private, undocumented sales. We absolutely need to have a background check for every gun sold. We absolutely need to register every gun to its purchaser. We absolutely need to require insurance or bonds for every gun sold, along the model of automobiles. 

    The incessant multiple murders should speak louder to us than the gun lobbyists do to lawmakers at the federal and state levels. Gun crazies, political, religious or just unhinged, give us no choice.

  • 00:46

    Kimberly McCreight visits Authors on the Air LIVE to discuss her mysteries

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes author Kimberly McCreight to the studio.  Kimberly McCreight is the New York Times bestselling author of Reconstructing Amelia, which was nominated for an Edgar Award for Best First Novel as well as an Alex Award. Called Entertainment Weekly‘s Favorite Book of the Year, Reconstructing Amelia was one of CNN’s Reader Favorites for 2013, a finalist for Goodreads Best Mystery of the Year and a Book Club pick for Target, Books-a-Million and Indigo. Reconstructing Amelia has also been optioned for film by HBO and Nicole Kidman’s Blossom Films. McCreight’s second novel, Where They Found Her, was published by Harper in April 2015. A USA Today bestseller, it is due out in paperback in April of 2016. McCreight’s teen trilogy The Outliers, to be published by Harper Teen in 2016, has been optioned for film by Lionsgate, Mandeville, and Reese Witherspoon’s Pacific Standard. She lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.


    This is a copyrighted podcast solwly owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.


  • 01:14

    The Soul's Glass Slipper

    in Spirituality

    Roberto Cabral talks about his latest book The Soul's Glass Slipper. LIVE!

  • 02:51

    November 12: The Power Of Solidarity

    in Sports

    When sports and social issues collide, things can surely get asinine. That's where Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo come in handy.

    On the campus of the University of Missouri racial tension sparked a hunger strike and protests by the football team. This was all fueled by wanting the school president to resign. In light of the protesting, now former Missouri President Tim Wolfe did decide to resign. Could this create a dangerous "slippery slope" effect? What does this say about the power of college athletes, especially football players? Is there more controversy ready to erupt with this story? A connection between recent social issues in the NFL is made.

    From drama for one college football team off the field, to drama on it. It's another edition of the college football playoff rankings. Did LSU drop too far after a loss to Alabama? Does Notre Dame deserve to be among the top four? Will the Big 12 be destined to be left out again? How should Iowa be properly viewed? Mike goes off on the hypocrisy of the committee.

    George Karl and DeMarcus Cousins continue their battle of immaturity and Kristaps Porzingis proves the critics wrong.

    The Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show, conquering sports radio, one day, at a time....

  • 01:01

    SHIFT TODAY "Stay Fearless Your Enemies Are on a Slippery Slope"

    in Christianity

    SHIFT TODAY is an inspirational and engaging broadcast that replenishes your spirit, refreshes your soul, rejuvenates your body and transforms your life from the inside-out.  Host Nina Roach, who is a life and wife strategist, with Special Guest Holy Spirit and other Guests appearances will be releasing fresh impartations and strategies that will help you overcome any situation and live victoriously every day.  Get ready to be established in the Kingdom of God by renewing your mind, feeding your faith, starving your doubts and taking actions of faith today.

    It’s your time to occupy in your realm of influence with kingdom authority until Christ’s return.  Don’t wait another day to seek God’s face, learn kingdom principles, hear God's voice, take him at his word and act upon your faith.  On SHIFT TODAY we are convinced that God, who began his good work in you, will carry it through to completion.  Connect with men and women daily who have decided to enter into God’s sabbath rest and witness his goodness in their lives and world,  Monday – Friday from 7:00 A.M. – 8:00 A.M. (PST) online at www.blogtalkradio.com or by phone 424.220.1862  Subscribe today to BE TRANFORMED weekly devotional  http://www.shifttoday.org

  • 00:30

    My Favorite Part Of The Musical

    in Entertainment

    Her step-family continues to crush her self-esteem. The ball still fresh in her memory, Ashley surprisingly ignores them. She knows she'll never forget it, and she sings about it too. Yep, more singing. Because she fled, Lord Edric does the respectful thing to return her slipper. He doesn't know where to find her, though.

    No one likes the "before Prince" Cinderella. It's depressing. Always having to clean after her step-brothers; obeying their and her step-mother's every order, and taking beatings when it never deemed necessary. At least her step-niece gave her kindness. This Cinderella didn't know if she could take it anymore. She had to get out of there. What if something happened, though? What if she woke up, finding it all a dream?

  • 01:05


    in News