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  • 00:59

    Ep 41 - SFTC Talks Sochi Olympics

    in Politics

    *Warning Explicit Language* NSFW


    Tim and Nolan, will discuss the political topics of the day. No topic is off limits, no punches are pulled, and nothing is sacred. We will relate the issues of today to our constitution and current laws. We will cut through all the political talking points and spin, to have real debate.


    This time Nolan and Tim talk about the Sochi Olympics in russia and various other tangents from that topic. Fun for all


    We believe that being a member of a political part does not mean you should hate the opposition. Although, having some fun at their expense is better anyway.


    so call us and tell us what you think, review us on itunes and stitcher.com


    find us on facebook at facebook.com/speakingfromthecenter and


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    call in at (646) 929 1168


    Note: Not Safe For Work due to language

  • 01:01

    FEMALE TERRORISM AND THE SOCHI OLYMPICS WITH A WOMEN WHO TALKS TO TERRORISTS

    in Sports

    With all eyes on the Sochi Olympics and the very real threat of terrorism by so-called “Black Widows,” Wednesday, February 5, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds talks to Anne Speckhard, Ph.D world renowned expert on the psychology of terrorism and author of Talking to Terrorists: Understanding the Psycho-Social Motivations of Militant Jihadi Terrorists, Mass Hostage Takers, Suicide Bombers & “Martyrs”. While many might call themselves “terrorism experts,” Dr. Speckhard has done what most have not: She has talked to terrorists, interviewing over four hundred terrorists, suicide bombers, terrorist supporters, family members, close associates and hostages investigating what puts individuals on the terrorist trajectory and what might also take them back off it. 


    Dr. Speckhard has been working in the field of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) since the 1980’s. She has provided expert consultation to European and Middle Eastern governments as well as to NATO, OSCE and the U.S. Department of Defense regarding programs for prevention and rehabilitation of individuals committed to political violence and militant jihad. In 2006-2007 she worked with the U.S. Department of Defense to design and pilot test the Detainee Rehabilitation Program in Iraq.

  • 00:33

    Lessons on Big Government from the Sochi Olympics

    in Politics Conservative

    The Winter Olympics in Sochi kicked off in grand fashion, but one of the biggest stories was the dysfunctional preparations for the Games. Huge spending, unfinished hotel rooms, dirty water, stray dogs and reports of widespread graft were just some of the issues reported by visitors. What does this say about the merits of command-and-control governments like those of Vladimir Putin? What's even more disturbing is that Barack Obama to emulate that model. We will discuss.    

  • 00:48

    Season 2 - Show 2 - Sochi Olympics stray situation

    in Pets

    Tonight we will talking about the stray dog situation over in Sochi.  Jeff will be playing a recorded interview he did yesterday with a US Olympics official that has been over there and has first hand information on  the stray dog population.  Mike Jaquet will share his views on the situation and offer some insights from his perspective and the perspective of the olympic athletes. 


     


    Tune in tonight at 7pm ET for a quick one hour show...
     

  • 00:45

    Talkin Sports with the 12th Man

    in Sports

    General Sports with your hosts Robert Ford, JaQuan Jenkins & Andre Peterson


    1. The RG3 Saga in D.C.


    2. Baltimore Ravens preview


    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers preview


    4. Chicago Bears Preview


    5. NYG Preview


    6. Atlanta Falcons preview


    7. 49ers preview


    8. Redskins preview


    9. Saints preview


    10. Judge plans to make deflate gate decision by Friday


    11. Packers' Randall Cobb is expected to play week 1


    12. Bills players shocked by release of Fred Jackson


    13. Can the Eagles offense keep this up in the regular season?


    14, Is Jimmy Graham the missing piece for the Seahawks?


    15. Jaguars owner wants to keep playing in London until 2030.


    16. Week 3 preseason takeaways


    17. 5 NFL players set for a let down this season.


    18. College Football Prediction: #20 Wisconsin at #3 Alabama


    19. Can Jim Harbaugh turn Michigan around?


    20. Who plays for national title in College Football?


    21. Upsets clear path for Serena


    22. Los Angeles bidding on 2024 Olympics

  • 00:57

    An ENCORE PRESENTATION of indyfm-Dedicated to Mikey

    in Indie Music

    Tonight's show is dedicated to Michael John Riley Jr., an amazing 14 yr. old young man who loves his family, is a great student and talented athlete. He qualified for Junior Olympics three times, is in the National Honor Society and WITH A MUCH NEEDED MIRACLE has a great future ahead of him. Michael has contracted a brain eating amoeba called Naegleria fowleri which then causes a rare disease, Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM). We have now come to understand that the amoeba entered Michael’s body when he JUMPED in the LAKE and WATER was forced into his NOSE. Although VERY RARE it is more likely to occur during and after HOT SUMMER MONTHS. The amoeba attached itself to the nerve that goes to the frontal lobe of the brain. We need your prayers and your support.

  • 01:58

    Indyfm-Tonight's show is dedicated to Mikey!

    in Indie Music

    Tonight's show is dedicated to Michael John Riley Jr., an amazing 14 yr. old young man who loves his family, is a great student and talented athlete. He qualified for Junior Olympics three times, is in the National Honor Society and WITH A MUCH NEEDED MIRACLE has a great future ahead of him. Michael has contracted a brain eating amoeba called Naegleria fowleri which then causes a rare disease, Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM). We have now come to understand that the amoeba entered Michael’s body when he JUMPED in the LAKE and WATER was forced into his NOSE. Although VERY RARE it is more likely to occur during and after HOT SUMMER MONTHS. The amoeba attached itself to the nerve that goes to the frontal lobe of the brain. We need your prayers and your support.

  • 01:01

    Isabelle Scott ... Award wining Costume Designer, makeup artist, and cosplayer.

    in Television

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Award wining Costume Designer, makeup artist, and cosplayer Isabelle Scott to the Show! 



    www.hautecosplay.com
    www.facebook.com/hautecosplay
    Instagram @haute_cosplay
    Twitter @haute_cosplay


    Isabelle will be on the upcoming season of Global Beauty Masters on TLC Channel (Olympics of Beauty)
    Haute Cosplay is the creation of multi award winning cosplayer,
    costumer, and makeup artist, Isabelle Scott. She created Haute Cosplay to document her growth as an artist, her expertise in classic fashion techniques and makeup, and her discovery of innovative applications. Isabelle built several cosplays and noticed there is a real lack of reliable education within the cosplay community. Her commitment is to continue to learn, share her findings, and simplify methods to achieve the best final result.


    This episode of the Pop Roxx Radio Talk Show is Sponsored by
    Prop Troopers 
    (custom accessories and props) 
    www.PropTroopers.com

  • Sports Palooza Radio: Daniel James Brown talks about "Boys in the Boat"

    in Sports

    It's a book that's so hard to put down. Daniel James Brown's The Boys in the Boat is a number one New York Times bestseller and he is stopping by to talk to us about it today. 


    It's an irresistible story about beating the odds and finding hope in the most desperate of times. 


    Can't wait to talk to him! 

  • The Clubhouse - "Work Hard.....Play Harder"

    in Radio

    Special Guest: Singer/ Songwriter Kareesh Forreal and Author Jock Phenix


    Blazing out of the Carolinas this Kareesh Forreal was born with a fire in her breast that fuels her passionate drive to excel.  Embodying the spirit of a true artist, this fearless muse began theater arts training while in high school, in addition to writing and directing several plays & concert productions at various local churches, she soon discovered that she could sing every not on the piano w/more octaves than she knew to do with; and the power, precision & passion to back it all up!  Having both broke & set regional records in various events at the Junior Olympics & Division I in Track & Field competitions that found the natural born athlete in her element. Combining her love for adventure, proven athletic abilities and the dynamically sculpted feline physic it has afforded her, this onetime church soloist has rightfully opted to pursue a career in the arts. 


     

  • 00:18

    Kobe Bryant: Will He Play More Than One More Year?

    in Basketball

    Once upon a time, Jason Kidd's son, T.J., dressed up as Brian Scalabrine for Halloween. This was back when T.J. was smallish, the Jason-Joumana marriage was rock solid, and the Nets played in the dreary confines of the Meadowlands, where T.J. had his own locker.


    I only got to make a brief reference to that small piece of Scalabrine history this morning in an interview on Sirius-XM NBA radio, partly because Scalabrine was busy predicting that Kobe Bryant will shoot 37 percent this season for a Lakers team that will not make the playoffs.


    As for whether this will be Kobe's last season, Scals and I had a little disagreement.


    He believes Kobe will take a subjugated role on a 2016-17 Lakers team that could add a pair of max free agents.


    I believe Kobe is too much of a diva to come off the bench as an 18-minute per night player ... but that does not mean I believe this season will be Kobe's final one. (That will be determined by the level he is playing at.)


    (RELATED: VOTE ON WHETHER YOU BELIEVE THIS WILL BE KOBE BRYANT'S FINAL SEASON)


    As I reported last week from Las Vegas, there is a possibility that Kobe makes his swan song as a member of the U.S. Olympic team, ending his career atop the gold medal podium in Rio.


    Speaking of the Olympics, that also came up for discussion in our interview. There are going to be four teams from the FIBA-Americas region, which will account for one-third of the field. Why won't the IOC expand from 12 teams with so many worthy candidates out there who could boost the caliber of the competition? 


    That answer, plus much more, in this podcast with Scalabrine & Jonathan Hood.