• 01:01

    Stanko: Back to Viet Nam - Charlotte and Woody Stemple

    in Religion

    In this show, John will chat with C&MA missionaries, Woody and Charlotte Stemple.  The Stemples recently went back to Viet Nam, where they had served as missionaries for many years, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the gospel arriving in that area.  You don't want to miss this exciting update along with the thrilling stories of their years of ministry.

  • 02:01

    FROM RACISM & WARISM TO YOUR LIFE'S PURPOSE

    in Health

    On today's podcast your host, Viyahta and co-host Rapha, welcome brother KWAME, a Viet Nam veteran and retired Fed Ex employee.  You'll hear how he over came drug addiction and PTSD and found joy in teaching about the new involution of inner thoughts and the reality of Homosapiens vs Homospiritists.  His experience with the Native American community will give you inspiration and love for a new way of living and being. 

  • 01:01

    From Viet Nam To America: The Flight To Freedom with Ha Tran

    in Women

    ==========Come follow the remarkable journey of one father's dream for his daughter's freedom at the end of the Viet Nam war. Ha Tran escaped her war ravaged country through harsh terrain into Malaysia and finally landing on American soil. Her privileged life, her lost love, her arranged marriage, her daring escape to the US, all captured in her new book Empowered by Hope. We will follow Ha's journey as she explores where she has been and how it all transformed her to her current life as a businesswoman and inspirational speaker.===========We'll also explore the many voices of an anxious American public in the midst of a soft economy, fewer job opportunities, and a growing angry voice of racial and ethnic intolerance.

  • 02:00

    THE COMMUNISTS ARE COMING THE COMMUNISTS ARE COMING

    in Politics Conservative

    Tonight the order of Lemon goes to the communist rep from Soviet Maryland Comrade Von Hallen AND HIS COMMUNIST MOTHER LEAKY LEAHEY THE SPERM CARRIER FOR FIDEL CASTRO. LEAHEY WHO VOTES TO KILL AMERICAN KIDS AND BURN THEIR FLAG CARRIED THE SPERM FROM A CUBAN SPY IN THE USA TO HAVANNAH AND IMPREGNATED HIS WIFE.WITH HIS TURKEY BASTER. HENCE THE EXPRESSION WE GOT A TURKEY IN THE OVEN.  


    YOU MIGHT SAY HE IS A DEMOCRAT AFRO DESIAC MANIAC.. VERMONT WAS THE FIRST STATE TO GO COMMUNIST. FIDEL CASTRO HAS BEEN PROMISED ALL THE MAPLE SYRUP ONCE OBAMA ISSUES THE EXECUTIVE ORDER THAT ALL AMERICAN BUSINESS WILL BE REGULATED BY ERIC BAG HOLDER. THE MUNITIONS MAGNATE.


    AMERICA IS LIKE THE ONLY GUY WHO WAS FAITHFUL TO HIS FIANCE WHILE SHE DID THE WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD. AMERICA IS ALWAYS THE LAST TO KNOW. HOWS THAT UNDER INFLATED FOORBALL SCANDAL COMING?


    HOW CLEVER THE COMMUNIST PARTY FORMERLY THE DEMOCRATZIS PLAYED THE CATHOLIC CHURCH INTO THE MENU. LOOK THE POPE LIKES IT. LOOK THE CARDINAL OF CUBA LIKES IT. THE DEMOCRATS WHO HATE CHRIST AND HIS EMBRYOS ARE NOW PLAYING THE CATHOLIC CHURCH CARD. 


    WHO GETS THE SHORT END OF THE STICK? THE CUBAN AMERICANS WHO GERALDO MIELDA HATES. A BOY BELONGS WITH HIS FATHER GERALDO SAID AS HE KICKED A DOPED UP KID ON THE TARMAC OF THE DEMOCRAT COMMUNIST PARTY AIRPORT. THAT BARRED A US SENATOR FROM SEEING WHAT CLINTON WAS GIVING TO CASTRO AS A HOLY WEEK GIFT.


    ONE AGAIN THE PARTY DE LA MUERTE BETRAYS THE FAITHFUL TO AMERICA CUBANS AND SAVES COMMUNISM. 


     


     

  • 00:49

    Chef Viet Pham

    in Entertainment

    Viet Pham grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area with parents who loved food and cooking. His upbringing inspired him to pursue a career in food, and he graduated from the California Culinary Academy in 2002. While attending school, Pham interned at Michelin-­starred Fifth Floor Restaurant in San Francisco, CA under award-­winning chef Laurent Gras. Pham went on to cater local private events before relocating to Provo,UT to secure the Executive Chef position at Spark Restaurant Lounge.There, Pham met his business partner, Bowman Brown, and the pair opened Forage Restaurant in Salt Lake City, UT in July, 2009. Though a unique concept in the Salt Lake City restaurant scene, Forage Restaurant was well-­received by the community and quickly emerged as the top eatery in the area; it won Salt Lake Magazine’s Best New Restaurant in Salt Lake City in 2010, Best Restaurant in Salt Lake City in 2011, and Pham won Best Chef from the magazine in 2012.
    Pham won Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2011, after receiving a nomination from the magazine the previous year for People’s Best New Chef: Southwest. His scallop sashimi with Meyer lemon confit was also featured in Food & Wine in "The 10 Best Restaurant Dishes" in their 2010 feature story. The James Beard Foundation nominated him as a Semi-­Finalist for Best Chef: Southwest, in 2011, 2012, and 2013. In 2012, Pham participated in Food Network’s show Extreme Chef where he was runner-­up. He also competed on the network’s marquee program, Next Food Network Star in 2013 and defeated Chef Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America. Pham has appeared in Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Reuters, and The Salt Lake Tribune. This Spring, 2015, Pham will open his new restaurant, Ember + Ash, in downtown Salt Lake City.
    Most recently, Pham was seen last month on Food Network's Kitchen Inferno.

  • 00:30

    War - Is It Legalized Murder?

    in War

    Tonight is an introduction to next week's show Legalized Murder.  Next week I will have as my guest a Viet Nam Combat War Veteran I met recently.   WE were discussing the U.S. re-engagement of military forces in Iraq.  And he said, yeah, more legalized murder.    So tonight I am going to look at the philosophy of war and the progression from war to defense and prepare the way for me to discuss war as legalized murder with an actual combat war veteran.

  • 01:34

    Jim Jones Jonestown Cult Survivor testimony with Laura Johnston Kohl

    in Religion

    LAURA JOHNSTON KOHL


    Laura Johnston Kohl grew up as an activist in Washington, D.C., and watched as many of her heroes were assassinated in the 1960s. While she was in high school and college, John Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and others were killed.  That had a huge impact on her.  She attended college in Connecticut and continued her commitment to work for change and to make a difference.  While exercising her civil rights to protest peacefully, she was tear-gassed while protesting the war in Viet Nam.  After a brief marriage, a visit to Woodstock, and a stint working with the Black Panthers, she moved to California to join her sister. 


    Soon after that, she was introduced to Peoples Temple and spent the next nine years in California and Guyana.  She was away from Jonestown on the day when 913 of her friends and family died.  The next twenty years were spent recovering, and rebuilding her life

  • 00:44

    Renowed Choctaw Flute Master "Wes Ricks"

    in Culture

    Born in Louisiana, Wes Ricks' music is a by-product of his Choctaw Indian roots, but oddly enough, his musical journey began in Vietnam. From 1966 to 1967 he was a "River Rat" for the U.S. Navy patrolling the waters -- "a sitting duck" in a small 2-man boat, often 24-hour days, looking for Viet Cong and smugglers carrying contraband -- drugs, munitions and anything that would aid the enemy.  After his tour of duty Wes signed up for guitar and keyboard lessons through the Phoenix VA Health System's Recreation Therapy program. But soon after, as he and his late wife, Margie walked through the Mall in Tempe, AZ the distinctive sound of a pentatonic flute being played by Native American flutist, Sagio called to him -- and Wes was hooked.  His musical career was put on hold for 12 years, while he cared for his wife until her death in 2007. Now, he volunteers at the VA, travels and through his music Wes expresses his "inner self." His heritage, heartache, harrowing experiences and happiness are all part of his music. Oliver Wendell Holmes said: "Many people will die with their music still in them." But Wes Ricks won't be one of those people.


    Call into live show 12/20/2014 at this 408-418-5050 access code 81810#

  • 03:29

    Missing in America Project on Recovery Now With Kim Justus

    in Military

    Bill Henry joined Army immediately upon high school graduation. He did multiple tours Vietnam, and was treated for both obvious, and then not so obvious wounds. Bill is the Past President of Vietnam Veterans of America Omaha. He started a Memorial Day ceremony at Memorial Park Omaha, now the largest in Nebraska,restored Korea Vietnam Memorial 1997 Omaha Memorial Park, and has a permanent static display Sac Museum of articles left at the Wall. Bill is a Member of  Heroes of the Heartland Foundation, Returning Veterans Resource Network, Nebraska Veterans Coalition, Nebraska Appreciation Rally. He is presently training to become Peer Counselor for PTSD.


    Bill started the Missing in America Project, January 2013. The purpose of the MIA Project is to locate, identify and inter the unclaimed cremated remains of American veterans through the joint efforts of private, state and federal organizations. To provide honor and respect to those who have served this country by securing a final resting place for these forgotten heroes.


    This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. Guests introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."


    We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. Featured guest in front half & second part of show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music sure to inspire!


    Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org

  • 00:42

    Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

    in Politics

    Today on BR on the World we cover Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Unlike the WTO or other multilateral trade bodies, APEC has no treaty obligations required of its participants. Decisions made within APEC are reached by consensus and commitments are undertaken on a voluntary basis,21 members - referred to as "member economies" - which account for approximately 40 percent of the world's population, approximately 55 percent of world GDP and about 44 percent of world trade. Member Economies are Australia; Brunei Darussalam; Canada; Chile; People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Japan; Republic of Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; New Zealand; Papua New Guinea; Peru; The Republic of the Philippines; The Russian Federation; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; United States of America; Viet Nam.

  • 00:13

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    in Politics

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