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Jan 26 2007

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Friday, January, 26th, 2007

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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 SRR20070126WEEKEND.wpl

Radio Sweden

Radio Sweden



Inside Sweden 0126



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-01-25



Surprise Child: Finding Joy in Unplanned Pregnancy

When you hear the words crisis pregnancy, you probably picture an unmarried teenager, too young to deal with the trauma of sin’s unexpected consequences.


Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-01-26


Stifling Free Speech

A recent Memphis conference on so-called “Media Reform” drew 3,500 participants joining in demands for more government-funded TV and radio programming, and more government control.



WeatherBrains – 2007-01-26

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains Episode 52

January 22, 2007, 11:17 pm Weather Brains episode 52 is now on the server!

In this week’s episode:

-James Spann’s global warming controversy with Dr. Heidi Cullen of The Weather Channel:

– “Being careful with words” — What was Cullen trying to say?

– From Los Angeles to London, the barrage of media publicity spreads across the globe;

-James extends a standing offer to Dr. Cullen;

-Kevin Selle finds that the whole issue actually started with the interview of a Washington, D.C. television meteorologist last year;

-The impact the explosion of coverage had on regular Internet weather duties James and his associates perform;

-A WeatherBrains Extra: “Flying Into Fury” … How do you get measurements regularly from the most dangerous part of a hurricane? Research meteorologist Dr. Joseph Cione believes he knows the answer, and that it shows lots of promise for learning more about tropical systems;

-Celebrating one year of WeatherBrains: Looking back at how the show got its start (well, sort of)…

Join James Spann, Kevin Selle, Brian Peters, Jason Simpson, John Oldshue and David Black…

Weather Brains is a weekly 30 minute podcast for people who love weather. You can listen to the podcast anywhere on an iPod or any other MP3 player, or on your computer.

To subscribe, go to the iTunes Store, and choose “Podcasts”. In the search box, enter “Weather Brains”. On the next page, on the “Weather Brains” line click on subscribe.

If you use another podcast receiving program, enter this feed address:



Weekend Journal – 2007-01-26


THWJ: Tony Snow on the State of the Union and Hillary’s “Chats”

On this week’s Townhall.com Weekend Journal: Hugh Hewitt discusses the president’s State of the Union address with White House spokesman Tony Snow. Salem’s Michael Medved critiques Hillary Clinton’s online “chats” reminiscent of FDR’s “Fireside Chats”; and Dennis Prager comments on the Congressional Black Caucus’ refusal to allow a white congressman into their group regardless of the fact that he was elected into a dominantly black district. All this and more on this week’s Journal.





Gabor Boritt

Gabor Boritt, the Robert Fluhrer Professor of Civil War Studies and Director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College, discusses his new book, The Gettysburg Gospel: The Lincoln Speech That Nobody Knows. Originally aired 01/25/07.



John Wukovits

John Wukovits, author of One Square Mile of Hell: The Battle for Tarawa, discusses General Dwight Eisenhower and his new book, Eisenhower: A Biography. Originally aired 01/23/07



Hello, Africa! Flag


This is a Great Program

We Love ‘John of Queens’ and ‘Frank of Staten’ Island!!!

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Magnus Malan Interview

Hello, Africa!
Gen. Magnus Malan, author of “My Life with the South African Defence Force,” speaks in this exclusive interview with The Right Perspective about his victory over the combined Communist forces of Cuba, Angola and the Soviet Union during the Angolan War, which is considered on par with Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s Inchon landing and Hannibal’s victory at Cannae.

Gen. Malan is not widely known outside of South Africa, but he is considered to be one of the great military geniuses of the 20th Century.


Left Shows Its Real Face

Frank shows how the real face of the Left, emboldened by recent victories in the US Congress and Senate, is making itself shown. From Robert Kennedy Jr. shilling for Communist Dictator Hugo Chavez, to the Judeo-phobic ex-president Jimmy Carter, Far Leftist wackos are making their presence felt in the body politic today.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-01-26

Hugh Hewitt’s Blog


Friday January 26, 2007

Tommy Thompson With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks to former Wisconsin governor and HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson about his presidential bid, and takes angry calls from people mad at the apparent Senate GOP caving on the war by negotiating resolution language with benchmarks.


Morton Kondracke, Charles Krauthammer, Larry Kudlow, John Campbell With Hugh Hewitt
Hewitt: Hour 2 – The Beltway Boys underappreciate the importance of the disgust people have in the GOP Senators who seem to be going soft on the war for political reasons. Larry Kudlow discusses the financial news, and Congressman John Campbell recounts President Bush’s talk to the House GOP at their recent retreat.


Emmett of the Unblinking Eye, Tarzana Joe With Hugh Hewitt
Hewitt: Hour 3 – Emmett concludes his 100 all time best American movies, and Tarzana Joe concludes the week with his original poem entitled, The Pledge.


Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-01-26



Friday January 26, 2007

No Talking at Lunch With Dennis Prager
Prager H1: A Boston school has banned talking at lunch. Why? They’re afraid they won’t hear children choking… The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has passed a resolution condemning President’s Bush plan to send more troops to Iraq. They are trying to micromanage a war. That’s foolish, dishonest and sure recipe for defeat.


The Happiness Hour: Pain Is Inevitable With Dennis Prager

Prager H2: But unhappiness is optional.


Open Lines With Dennis Prager
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: how important are the private lives of politicians; what do you say to people who don’t pay income tax; what religion did Muslims follow before they became Muslims; what exactly does an orchestra conductor do.


Highlights of the week 01/26/07 With Dennis Prager
A compilation of clips from this past week.



Bill Bennett – 2007-01-26

Friday January 26, 2007

Virtual World With Bill Bennett
Guest Host Ernest Istook talks to Business 2.0’s Erik Schonfeld, Play Money author Julian Dibbell, and callers about the phenomenon known as Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games.



Mike Gallagher – 2007-01-26


Friday January 26, 2007

Al Garza of the Minuteman Project With Mike Gallagher
Mike learns the latest about the two border patrol agents who were sent to jail.


Wednesday January 24, 2007

Tony Snow Interview With Mike Gallagher
Mike gets the White House reaction to the State of the Union Address from Press Secretary Tony Snow.


Mike Medved  

Michael Medved – 2007-01-26



Friday January 26, 2007

Fairness Doctrine With Michael Medved

Medved H1: Medved discusses the call for the return of the fairness doctrine.

http://boss.streamos.com/download/Townhall/audio/mp3/ef1fa3de-4681-417d-8fbd-8fc2a3b83d1d.mp3?siteid=PodCast Friday January 26, 2007Most Embarrassing Moments of 2006 With Michael MedvedMedved H2: This is golden day.

Friday January 26, 2007

The Carter apology With Michael Medved
Medved H2: Jimmy Carter is apologizing for some of his comments about Israel.



JaySekulow – 2007-01-26


Jay Sekulow Live

Pending Supreme Court Decisions With Jay Sekulow

On the broadcast today, an update on several key issues now pending before the Supreme Court – including the national ban on partial-birth abortion and a challenge to President Bush’s faith-based initiative.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-01-26

The Reagan Ranch Center

Thursday January 25, 2007

Mike Adams: What High School Students Can Expect in College With Young Americas Foundation

Townhall columnist and Young America’s Foundation speaker, Mike Adams, explains what high school students can expect from America’s politically-correct college campuses and what they can do to protect their rights. This speech was in conjunction with Young America’s Foundation’s National High School Leadership Conference.


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