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Author Stephen Hunter joins us to discuss his newest book "Sniper's Honor". Powerline Blog writes, "We are huge fans of Stephen Hunter. Steve is of course the novelist and Pulitzer Prize-winning former film critic of the Washington Post. Of Steve, Glenn Reynolds concisely holds: “Love him, and his books.”
"When I began the book, off a half-assed, rather childish outline all those months ago, no one knew that in May 2014, Ukraine was going to be a sort of ground zero, not merely between Russia and Ukraine but also between Russia and the West. I only knew I wanted to tell a story of a brave Soviet woman sniper who was lost to history when "disappeared" after a failed mission in the fall of 1944, as the German army was retreating from its Russian catastrophe."
Join us for a fascinating trip to the Carpathian Mountains, the fir tree plains of Belarus and the war to end all wars.
The Podcast About Nothing welcomes professional wrestler Stephen "Chainsaw" King!
Stephen will provide insight on the World of Independant Wrestling and his #ChainsawNation!
REELTALk with Da Director
8:00pm-Pre intro “Quiet on the set .. Lights.. Roll Camera, ACTION!”
Show Topic(s) - Top 5 Stephen King Inspired Films
8:30pm- Topic Discussion Top 5 Stephen King Films
9:00pm – Stephen King Trivia
9:15pm Breakfast Club 30th anniversary
Invisible Darkness is the story of one of the more bizarre cases in recent memory--killings so sensational that they prompted the Canadian government, in the interests of justice, to silence its national press and to lock foreign journalists out of the courts.
To all appearances, Paul and Karla Bernardo had a fairytale marriage--beautiful working-class girl weds bright upper-middle-class guy and they buy a fashionable dream house in the suburbs. But, bored with his straight, prestigious accounting job, Paul soon went freelance as an international smuggler. He also revealed his boredom with conventional sex--enough so that, one Christmas Eve, he persuaded his wife to drug her own sister and engage in a menage a trois, during which the sister died (a bungling coroner ruled her death accidental).The couple then upped the ante, kidnapping and imprisoning several high school girls for sexual marathons, which they videotaped before savagely murdering their captives. When the girls' bodies were found, the police were stymied (although Paul had been accused of rape and given a DNA test that vanished for two years and only recently was linked to some fifty sexual-assault cases) until Karla tried to have her husband arrested for wife beating. During questioning, she confessed to the crimes and is now serving two concurrent twelve-year sentences for manslaughter in exchange for testifying against her husband who was jailed for life. INVISIBLE DARKNESS-The Strange Case of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka-Stephen Williams
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Stephen - Stephen's name means "crown," and he was the first disciple of Jesus to receive the martyr's crown. Stephen was a deacon in the early Christian Church. The apostles had found that they needed helpers to look after the care of the widows and the poor. So they ordained seven deacons, and Stephen is the most famous of these.
God worked many miracles through St. Stephen and he spoke with such wisdom and grace that many of his hearers became followers of Jesus. The enemies of the Church of Jesus were furious to see how successful Stephen's preaching was. At last, they laid a plot for him. They could not answer his wise argument, so they got men to lie about him, saying that he had spoken sinfully against God. St. Stephen faced that great assembly of enemies without fear. In fact, the Holy Bible says that his face looked like the face of an angel.
The saint spoke about Jesus, showing that He is the Savior, God had promised to send. He scolded his enemies for not having believed in Jesus. At that, they rose up in great anger and shouted at him. But Stephen looked up to Heaven and said that he saw the heavens opening and Jesus standing at the right hand of God.
His hearers plugged their ears and refused to listen to another word. They dragged St. Stephen outside the city of Jerusalem and stoned him to death. The saint prayed, "Lord Jesus, receive my spirit!" Then he fell to his knees and begged God not to punish his enemies for killing him.
After such an expression of love, the holy martyr went to his heavenly reward. His feast day is December 26th.
The world is not safe. Earthquakes, tornadoes, and floods are seemingly happening with increased frequency and intensity. Terrorist attacks are on the rise. Christians are being persecuted in Amerca. It's time for the Church to step up and prepare for the trials and tribulation to come.
So writes Carl Gallups, author of "Be Thou Prepared - Equipping the Church for Persecution and Times of Trouble", who joins us tonight to talk about what the Bible says about being prepared for disasters.
Israel PM Netanyahu strongly scolded the UN General Assembly, followed with a 45 second steely glare at members.
A shooting in Oregon has once again raised suspicions about the shooter, whose name has not been released. The 20-year-old male who opened fire at Umpqua Community College in Oregon asked victims to state their religion before opening fire, according to multiple reports. An 18-year-old student told the News-Review newspaper that the gunman, after shooting her teacher in the head through a window, told people to get on the ground. He then told people to stand up and state their religion before opening fire. Student whose grandmother was at the school, said the shooter asked people if they were Christian. "If they said yes, then they were shot in the head," she wrote. "If they said no, or didn't answer, they were shot in the legs."