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Apr 16 2007

Swenglish Rantings Radio – 070416

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Find out what two people have to say about The News and Life here in Sweden!!!

Croatian Woman Found Murdered, Sends SMS to father Easter Day

Selling SEX in SWEDEN Legal – Buyers of SEX to be Sentenced to Prison

Machete and Automatic Weapons at Hot Dog Stand Attack in Gothenburg!!!

Man found Dead and Floating after being Missing at Club Since February

Islamic Youths Riot in Southern Sweden, Fire & Rescue refuse to enter Area without Police Protection РRoseng̴rd, Malm̦

Murder at Resturant in Bor̴s Sunday РSix Arrested

РSuicide after Murder attempt on Girl Friend in Southern Sweden РSk̴ne

“English Disease” – Football Violence Strikes Sweden “Over 100 Swedish Police”

РРPlanned confrontation РDjurg̴rden Vs. Hammarby Soccer Hooliganism Stockholm

-Boy in Critical condition РBrutal Attack in Racially Troubled Malm̦

– Historic Hotel Fire in Halmstad – 102 Year old Building – Major Damage

– Diabeties treatment shows promise to over 50,000 Swedes

– Swedish Spies Pardoned by Iran

– Swedish Spring Budget arrives “Will it be a cake walk or cake in the face”

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Swenglish Rantings Radio Playlist Calendar

Here are our radio picks for Today and our Swenglish Rantings Radio podcast

All of the shows below are loaded into my daily PLAYLIST SRR20070416.wpl

Radio Sweden

Radio Sweden



Radio Sweden 2007-04-16

The spring budget is presented by Sweden`s centre-right government with the main focus being on cutting unemployment. With the soccer season underway the threat of football hooliganism is all too real and predictable. Later in the program we meet the winners of this year`s World`s Children`s Prize for the Rights of the Child.



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-04-16



Cherishing Anger: A Bee in the Mouth

A respected journalist begins an article about the president with a statement of undiluted hatred. A prestigious Christian essayist takes every opportunity to rail publicly against Christians more conservative than she is. A famous conservative columnist uses a sexual epithet to describe a presidential candidate at a national conference.


Daily Commentary

Daily Commentary – 2007-04-16


Hugh Hewitt: Stop Debating, Start Horse-Trading

When President Bush spoke at the Arizona-Mexico border, he once again called on Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform this year.



WeatherBrains – 2007-04-16

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 64: “Mister Freeze”

April 16th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode 64 is now online (April 16, 2007) Happy 75th Birthday J.B. Elliott!

Welcome to WeatherBrains, a weekly audio program for people who love weather.

(A streaming audio player is on the right, as is our Listener Survey and contact page.)

In this week’s episode:

Ice– The Easter weekend cool down hit growers all over the country hard. We’ll learn some of the ways farmers try to foil Old Man Winter and keep temperatures above 32 degrees. We’ll talk with Dr. Arlie Powell, retired horticulture professor and administrator at Auburn University, about methods that range from water, to fire, to….helicopters;

Grapes– WeatherBrains Extra: The Big Chill – We do a crop check and talk with John Post of Post Familie Vineyards in Arkansas, Tom Irvin, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Agriculture, and Danny Jones with Durbin Farms in Alabama. We’ll see how crops from grapes to berries to peaches handled the cold;

– The Week In Weather: Record rain in the northeast, tropical response readiness, and dolphin weather;

– On the Weather Roundtable: James gets to chase, JB wonders where all the water is, and Kevin gets thrown off the bus (sort of);

TWIWH– This Week In Weather History: Bill Murray talks about forecasting during World War II, a nightmare tornado at a school, and a time when forecasters could not use the word “tornado”;



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-04-16

Hugh Hewitt’s Blog



Hewitt: Hourst host De 1 – Guean Barnett reports the latest news from the tragic shooting at Virginia Tech today, and takes calls from listeners.


David Dreier, calls

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Guest host Dean Barnett continues to take calls on the horrific story out of Virginia Tech today, and discusses it with Hour ranking member David Dreier.


Gino Geraci

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Guest host Dean Barnett speaks with Pastor and first responder Gino Geraci about the tragedy at Virginia Tech today. Gino responded to the Columbine shooting, Ground Zero, and other similar tragedies.


Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager – 2007-04-16




Who Pays?

Prager H1: Most Americans pay no income taxes at all. The burden falls overwhelming on the upper middle class and the wealthy… Dennis talks to Ken Hoagland, National Spokesman for FairTax.org., an organization that wants to end the income tax and replace it with a national sales tax.




Mass Murder at Virginia Tech

Prager H2: In a breaking story, 31 students have been murdered at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va.



How to Deal with Mass Murder?

Prager H3: The immediate response is to “start to the healing.” How about some anger first? A lot of anger.




Bill Bennett – 2007-04-16


Our British Freinds Going Wobbly

Bennett talks to Melanie Phillips, author of Londonistand and London’s Daily Mail columnist about the Iran/British hostage crisis, and the state of things in Great Britain.



JaySekulow – 2007-04-16


Jay Sekulow Live


Legislative Update: Stem Cell Research

On the broadcast today, Jay brings you an update on some of the key issues in both the legal and legislative arenas. Also, an update on efforts to get President Bush to veto a disturbing Senate bill for embryonic stem cell research.



Bill O’Reilly’s latest Talking Points Memo – 2007-04-16


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