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  • 01:00

    Rep. Joe Sestak on"Sins of Omission" with Host Paulie Abeles

    in Politics




    Join Paulie Abeles of Real Democrats for a weekly call-in show “Sins of Omission”--- aimed at giving listeners insight into the topics of the day beyond the nightly news.

    GUEST: Congressman Joe Sestak (D-PA) will talk about his upcoming Senate race in Pennsylvania and making the case for a Democrat in the context of the Republican Party's new momentum. Is the Democratic party genuinely out of touch, or is it mid-term malaise?

  • 02:50

    Women's Radio Network Presents Open Forum: Hosted by Roger Moore 7/14/2014

    in Lifestyle

    Kathleen Carroll At 2:12PM


    Kathy Sestak At 2:24PM


    Michelle Velez At 2:36PM


    Melinda Farina At 2:48PM


    Ruth Lahue At 3:24PM


    Susan Voss At 3:36PM


    Anita Bissett At 4:12PM


    Marie Cassel At 4:48PM

  • 00:58

    Episode 227: Mother's Day Best of with Jeannette Haynie and Robyn Roche-Paull

    in Military

    For the career minded Naval professional, to have a chance for the greatest advancement and promotion, you have to push and push hard. The reputation you build in your first 10 years sets the tone for the rest.


    Except for very rare exceptions, there are no second chances. There are no pauses, one iffy set of orders, one poorly timed FITREP, and you are on an off-ramp. You must work harder, you must sacrifice, and if you are to have a family young, you need a very strong support structure.


    For men - there is always the RADM Sestak, USN (Ret) option; wait until post O6, then start the family your peers did 20-yrs ago. For women though, there are some hard biological facts.


    The average American woman gets married at age 26. For college-educated women the average age at first birth is ~30. If you want to have more than 2 kids, you need to start earlier.  Mother Nature has her own schedule that doesn't often match yours.


    With women making up more of the military than ever, what are the challenges out there biological, cultural, psychological, and relationship wise to "making it happen?"


    You can't have it all - but how do you get the best mix you can?


    We will have two guests on to discuss. For the first half hour we will have Major Jeannette Haynie, USMCR, a 1998 graduate from the US Naval Academy, AH-1W Cobra pilot, and  currently a Reservist flying a desk at the Pentagon and working through graduate school - and fellow blogger over at USNIBlog.


    The second half of the hour, our guest will be Robyn Roche-Paull, US Navy Veteran, wife of a Chief, ICBLC, and author of the book Breastfeeding in Combat Boots.

  • 03:00

    America Talks - Sestak And Romanoff Fallout

    in Politics Conservative

    Political commentator and former U.S. Congressman Bob Beauprez (R-CO) has been following the Joe Sestak scandal from the beginning and considers himself a friend to Rep. Darrell Issa(R-CA) as well as being a former colleague of the California Republican. As Sestak continues to find himself on the receiving end of questions about this alleged deal, the opportunity to misspeak and reveal more than he'd like, rises. Bob Beauprez joins us to discuss SestakGate. Plus Greg Dildilian of Pinecone Conservatives will discuss the week’s top stories. Let’s talk this Saturday!

  • 01:30

    Obama's Katrina? Secure the Borders Damnit! The Sestak Scandal

    in Politics Conservative

    Plus a review of all the important news and events that are of critical importance to the Red States of America.

  • 01:01

    Episode 175: Mothers Day Best Of

    in Military

    There could be only one show from last year for this year's Mothers Day:
    For the career minded Naval professional, to have a chance for the greatest advancement and promotion, you have to push and push hard. The reputation you build in your first 10 years sets the tone for the rest.
    Except for very rare exceptions, there are no second chances. There are no pauses, one iffy set of orders, one poorly timed FITREP, and you are on an off-ramp. You must work harder, you must sacrifice, and if you are to have a family young, you need a very strong support structure.
    For men - there is always the RADM Sestak, USN (Ret) option; wait until post O6, then start. For women though, there are some hard biological facts. The average American woman gets married at age 26. For college-educated women the average age at first birth is ~30. If you want to have more than 2 kids, you need to start earlier. You need to time it right - and Mother Nature has her own schedule that doesn't often match yours.
    With women making up more of the military than ever, what are the challenges out there biological, cultural, psychological, and relationship wise to "making it happen?" You can't have it all - but how do you get the best mix you can?
    We will have two guests on to discuss. For the first half hour we will have Major Jeannette Haynie, USMCR, a 1998 graduate from the US Naval Academy, AH-1W Cobra pilot, and  currently a Reservist flying a desk at the Pentagon and working through graduate school - and fellow blogger over at USNIBlog. The second half of the hour, our guest will be Robyn Roche-Paull, US Navy Veteran, wife of a Chief, ICBLC, and author of the book Breastfeeding in Combat Boots.

  • 01:30

    The Gaza Blockade; Romanoff - Sestak Scandal; BP Oil Spill May Last Until Christmas?

    in Politics Conservative

    Plus a review of all the important news and events that are of critical importance to the Red States of America.

  • 01:02

    Episode 138: Your Mother Wears Combat Boots

    in Military

    For the career minded Naval professional, to have a chance for the greatest advancement and promotion, you have to push and push hard. The reputation you build in your first 10 years sets the tone for the rest.
    Except for very rare exceptions, there are no second chances. There are no pauses - one iffy set of orders - one poorly timed FITREP, and you are on an off-ramp. You must work harder, you must sacrifice, and if you are to have a family young, you need a very strong support structure.
    For men - there is always the RADM Sestak, USN (Ret) option; wait until post O6, then start. For women though, there are some hard biological facts.
    The average American woman gets married at age 26. For college-educated women the average age at first birth is ~30. If you want to have more than 2 kids, you need to start earlier. You need to time it right - and Mother Nature has her own schedule that doesn't often match yours.
    With women making up more of the military than ever, what are the challenges out there biological, cultural, psychological, and relationship wise to "making it happen?"
    You can't have it all - but how do you get the best mix you can?
    We will have two guests on to discuss. For the first half hour we will have Major Jeannette Haynie, USMCR, a 1998 graduate from the US Naval Academy, AH-1W Cobra pilot, and  currently a Reservist flying a desk at the Pentagon and working through graduate school - and fellow blogger over at USNIBlog.
    The second half of the hour, our guest will be Robyn Roche-Paull, US Navy Veteran, wife of a Chief, ICBLC, and author of the book Breastfeeding in Combat Boots.

  • 01:00

    When Did "Illegal" become "Legal"?

    in Politics Conservative

    Juan Williams and others in the MSM want to give the O administration a pass on the Sestak issue. Progressives and RINOs want to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants. So would it be ok if you and I broke the law? I think not.

  • 00:30

    BP Oil-- A neutron Bomb devastating our environment

    in Politics

    For over a month we have been talking BP and the rupture off the coast line of Louisiana. Not to mention, the inability of company executives to stop that leak. We discuss the long term effects of this damage. Also the need for rigid 'Oversight' from the Federal government.
    Will also talk about Joe Sestak-- putting his foot in his mouth and creates problem for his own party.

  • 02:00

    Baldwin/McCullough Radio: Sestak's Job vs. Obama's Memo

    in Current Events

    1. The argument around Joe Sestak, the Obama White House, and the Pennsylvania Senate race took a turn towards… MORE questions being raised yesterday when the White House released their “official” explanation. As a result the American people have a lingering feeling that we are being played. Do YOU feel the full truth has been told? Thoughts: 800.345.9622.

    2. It has been 40 days since the beginning of what is now the worst ecological disaster in human history – the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico. We will hear from a Democratic Congressman who says everything he loves is lost. We will let you in on the new XtreMEDIA project “The Will to Drill” and of course we will take your calls. Has the federal government’s response–in your mind, from your heart–been sufficient for the challenge this has left the citizens of the gulf coast to deal with? Thoughts: 800.345.9622.

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