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Jan 15 2008

MRSA and Gay Life

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Sexually-active gay men vulnerable to new, highly infectious bacteria

Sexually active gay men are many times more likely than others to acquire a new, highly antibiotic-resistant strain of the so-called MRSA bacteria widely know as the “superbug,” a UCSF-led study shows.

The bacteria appear to be transmitted most easily through intimate sexual contact, but can spread through casual skin-to-skin contact or contact with contaminated surfaces. The scientists are concerned that it could soon gain ground in the general population.

The new strain of bacteria is closely related to the MRSA bacteria that have spread beyond hospital borders in recent years and caused outbreaks of severe skin and other infections. But the newly discovered microbe is resistant to many more front-line antibiotics. Both strains are technically known as MRSA USA300.

Like its less antibiotic-resistant sibling, the new multi-drug resistant microbe spreads easily through skin-to-skin contact, invading skin and tissue beneath the skin. Both strains cause abscesses and ulcerations that can progress rapidly to life-threatening infections.

“These multi-drug resistant infections often affect gay men at body sites in which skin-to-skin contact occurs during sexual activities,” says Binh Diep, PhD, UCSF postdoctoral scientist at San Francisco General Hospital Medical Center and lead author of a report on the finding. – Full Story

Related story:


Sexually active gay men no longer allowed to donate organs

Last Updated: Monday, January 7, 2008 | 10:08 PM ET

A number of organ donation groups said Monday that they are unaware of new Health Canada regulations that mean sexually active gay men, injection drug users and other groups considered high risk will no longer be accepted as organ donors.

The new rules, which came into effect in December, are similar to the regulations for determining who can donate blood. Those rules exclude groups that are at high risk of transmitting infectious diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C and B.

Full Story

Is this a political issue? To some it is. Others just see it like it is, sound medical sense. Right now medical science cannot screen for every possible pathogen that can contaminate fluids and tissue.

The MRSA bug has been in the News a lot. When we start up the website again we will certainly have follow up information on MRSA.

Jun 29 2007

Swenglish Rantings Weekend Radio – 070629

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This weekend’s Swedish Name Days are Peter & Petra, Elof & Leif and Aron & Mirjam – Grattis pÃ¥ namnsdagen, Happy Name Day from us to you!

Sweden: 12-year old Tortured In Parking Garage

Sweden: Lowered sentences for boys who raped 13-year old

HIV Secrets in Sweden


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Radio Sweden

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BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-06-29



A Soul Is a Terrible Thing to Waste : More than Education The Washington Post recently published an investigative series, revealing D.C.’s public schools are “close to the highest-spending and worst-performing in the nation.” The results include low test scores, dilapidated buildings—and neglected students, some of whom end up in a life of crime. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT


Daily Commentary

Daily Commentary – 2007-06-29


Michael Medved: “Fairness” Doctrine: The New Totalitarianism The talk about imposing a “fairness doctrine” on radio and TV has now migrated from the fringes of the far left to some of the senior Democrats on Capitol Hill—including Senators Feinstein, Durbin and Kerry. Mon, 02 Jul 2007 04:00:00 GMT



David Aikman: Very Little Peace in Lebanon After U.N. peacekeeping troops came to Lebanon to police the cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah last year, many people thought that Lebanon was finally at peace. But it wasn’t. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Michael Medved: The Myth of the Income Gap The New York Times Magazine recently ran a special issue on “the income gap” and its alleged dangers for the nation. Thu, 28 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT




The Cato Institute




A Victory for Free Speech featuring John Samples Fri, 29 Jun 2007 06:00:00 EDT



Google’s K Street Project featuring David Boaz Thu, 28 Jun 2007 06:00:00 EDT



Google Goes Green featuring Jerry Taylor Wed, 27 Jun 2007 06:00:00 EDT



Doha Round, RIP? featuring Daniel J. Ikenson Tue, 26 Jun 2007 06:00:00 EDT



Downsizing the USDA featuring Chris Edwards Mon, 25 Jun 2007 06:00:00 EDT



WeatherBrains – 2007-06-29

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 74: “Smoke Detector”

June 25th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode 74 is now online (June 25, 2007). The netcast for people who love weather.

In this week’s episode:

“SmokeWhich Way The Wind”: Wild fires occur all over the country. Unusually thick and long-lasting smoke lingered over a large area of the southeastern US this spring. The NOAA National Weather Service launched its Smoke Forecast Tool this spring to help enhance smoke concentration and movement forecasts. We visit with Dr. Paula Davidson, from NWS, to try and help clear the air;

Mark Trail  Courtesy: NOAA“And The Award Goes To…”: Speaking of things in and on the air, James Spann and Mark Trail have something in common (other than a thick head of hair). We’ll have details on a special award given out in Washington DC;

Midland Radio“Weather Radio”: We have some to give away! Click here for details on how you get a great NOAA Weather Radio with SAME Technology for you or a friend or family member. We’ll be giving away five radios over the next few weeks. All we need is a little “PR” for the show and an email;

From The Weather Center…

  • WeatherBrains 101: From numbers to computers to the forecasts … Professor Peters looks at the numerical weather forecast models;
  • TWIWHThis Week In Weather History: Can anyone hit a one iron, the lightning bolt and the forecaster, and storms and the Continental Congress. Bill Murray has This Week in Weather History;

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Tornado Videos.net

Join James Spann, Kevin Selle, J.B. Elliott and David Black…

We would love to hear from you! To leave a recorded message, call 1-888-247-8627. Some calls may be used in future episodes. Also, feel free to post comments to the site and send us an email at question@weatherbrains.com.



Charlie Slaughter

Jihad, Danger, World Predictions, and What You Can Do!

Insane News From the Rim, Gay Bears and more!



Jihad Murder & Pogo Sticks The end of the Dracula tomato project. Jihad NEEDS pogo sticks now! The Danes get peckish, and more! with thanks to: Barbara Leoni “Don’t Rain on My Parade” Kenin MacLeod incompetech.com “Celtic Impulse” “Overriding Concern” “long time coming” “Matter of Facts” Peter John Ross “Techno”
Tue, 26 Jun 2007 12:33:00 -0700




Jerry Newberry – 2007-06-29


National Defense Hot Topics Prt. 1: Jerry and Randy open the National Defense radio show and start with the “Hot Topics” for the week. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 22:15:03 GMT



National Defense: Unmet needs program Prt. 2: Jerry and Randy talk about the Unmet needs program.
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 22:15:02 GMT



Serving your country: Vietnam vet assists in New OrleansPrt. 3: Jerry and randy interview a Vietnam vet, Mike Smith, assisting in New Orleans. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 22:15:01 GMT



Rusty Humphries talks about Afghanistan Prt. 4: Jerry and Randy interview Rusty Humphries regarding his trip to Afghanistan.
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 22:15:00 GMT



Weekend Journal – 2007-06-29


TH Radio: “Hewitt & Ingraham Discuss Illegal Immigration” Hugh Hewitt and Laura Ingraham discuss how the immigration bill has fractured the GOP. Bill Bennett speaks with Michael Ledeen, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, about Iran; Dennis Prager opines on what he sees as Hillary Clinton’s frightening views on embryonic stem cells; Michael Medved looks at the American work ethic and American happiness and draws a startling inference. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT





Andro Linklater Journalist and author of Measuring America, Andro Linklater discusses Boundary Commissioner Andrew Ellicott, and his new book, The Fabric of America: How Our Borders and Boundaries Shaped the Country and Forged Our National Identity. Originally aired 06/21/07.
Fri, 22 Jun 2007 14:45:00 CST



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

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Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager – 2007-06-29





Another Terror Attack Thwarted in London Prager H1: A car bomb in downtown London was discovered before in exploded. If it had there almost certainly would have been heavy causalities… Liberals are incensed with the Supreme Court decision to prevent schools from engineering student populations by race. This was evident in last night’s Democratic candidates forum. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Happiness Hour: If You Treat People Well Prager H2: Will they treat you well? Most would say the obvious answer is yes. So why doesn’t everybody do it? The answer, as indicated by the callers, is more complex than one might expect. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Open Lines Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: why don’t we get a daily report on the number of insurgents we kill in Iraq; what would Dennis recommend as summer reading for a 14-year-old; why are fatty foods so tempting; why does Congress have a Black caucus and Hispanic caucus; what’s the point of analyzing fiction; are big families good for kids. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Highlights of the week 06/29/07 A compilation of clips from this past week. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-06-29


Hugh Hewitt’s Blog



Bill Kristol Hewitt: Hour 1 – Guest host Dean Barnett wraps up the immigration debate in the Senate with the Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol.
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Fred Barnes, Morton Kondracke, Larry Kudlow Hewitt: Hour 2 – Guest host Dean Barnett discusses the good news on the economy with CNBC’s Larry Kudlow, and gets the Beltway Boys to say some controversial things about talk radio and its impact on the Senate immigration bill.
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Roger L. Simon, Tarzana Joe Hewitt: Hour 3 – Guest host Dean Barnett give us his list of the top ten movies with the best ending scene. He’s joined by Roger L. Simon, a man who actually knows something about cinema. Later in the hour, Tarzana Joe offers his odes to chowder and immigration. Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Bill Bennett – 2007-06-29


Honor, Duty, Desire Bill Bennett examines the life and times of a lawmaker, with U.S. Senator Tom Coburn R-OK. Thu, 28 Jun 2007 16:00:00 GMT



Defending Talk Radio & the Fairness Doctrine Bill Bennett defends talk radio from democrat critics, and responds to Diane Feinstein’s comments about the fairness doctrine. Wed, 27 Jun 2007 14:11:00 GMT



Mitt Romney, Presidential Canidate Bill Bennett quizes Mitt Romney, Former Massachusetts Governor, about his run for the White House.
Mon, 25 Jun 2007 15:00:00 GMT



Mike Gallagher – 2007-06-29



Sen. John Cornyn Mike talks to Sen. Cornyn about the defeat of the Immigration Reform Bill in the Senate.
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Immigration Reform Defeated! Mike enjoys victory after the Immigration Reform Bill was defeated in the Senate.
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Mike and Chris Wallace Mike and Chris make an exciting announcement!
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT


Mike Medved

Michael Medved – 2007-06-29





Freedom of Speech and the Fairness Doctrine Medved H1: Medved discusses the Conservative stand on the Fairness Doctrine and the idea of Freedom of Speech in America, touching on the Bong hits for Jesus controversy.
Wed, 27 Jun 2007 04:00:02 GMT



Civil Rights for the Heavily Tattoed Medved H2: 40 million Americans are tatooed, including 20-percent of college students. Are there stereotypes and prejudices for the heavily tatooed?
Wed, 27 Jun 2007 04:00:01 GMT



Showdown: Ann Coulter vs. All Liberals (and some Conservatives) Medved H3: Medved discusses the fairness of the Edwards’ campaign using Elizabeth Edwards to sand bag Ann Coulter on “Hardball with Chris Matthews”. Wed, 27 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



John Hinderaker – 2007-06-26

Northern Alliance Radio Network


The Headliners, Hr 1: Dems’ Push for the Fairness Doctrine Mitch and Ed talk about the Dem’s push to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine; explore the left’s continuing cluelessness about talk radio, and why it’s a danger to you, the conservative audience. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Headliners, Hr 2: Immigration Bill, Pelosi, and the Sopranos Ed and Mitch discuss the ongoing Immigration bill, Nancy Pelosi’s military flub, and the end of the Sopranos. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT


Powerline Radio, Hr 1: Gay Parade Festival and Media Donations to the Dems

Brian, Chad and John enjoy conversation about Gay Parade Festival. They also discuss Media donations to Democrats. Loon of the week is given to Michael Moore Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Powerline Radio, Hr 2: Interview with British Historian, Michael Burleigh Brian, Chad and John interview with British historian Michael Burleigh. Keith Ellison interview on BallerStatus.com. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Final Word, Hr 1: Personal Dating Ad by Former Senator & Students on Educational Boards King and Michael discuss the posting of a personal ad on a dating site by a former US Senator, and talk about the politicization of an election of students to a state higher educational board with Luke Hellier. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Final Word, Hr 2: Students on Educational Board and Franken’s Campaign Finance Report Michael and King visit with another student, Adam Weigold, about the election of students to a state higher educational board, and talk about Al Franken’s campaign finance report. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



David Strom – 2007-06-26

The TaxPayers League


Discussion with John Lott, Author of “Freedomnomics” King and Margaret are joined by John Lott to talk about his book Freedomnomics which describes the effect and the benefits of a free market. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Discussion with Phil Krinkie, President of the Taxpayers League King and Margaret talk to Phil Krinkie, President of the Taxpayers League, about the possibility of a special Session; Property Taxes, and Local Government Aid. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-06-29

The Reagan Ranch Center


J.C. Watts: Keeping America Competitive in the Global Marketplace Congressman J.C. Watts tells audience members at Harding University the problems America faces to stay competitive with China and India. He touches on taxes, education, immigration and more.
Thu, 28 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Ken Starr: Constitutional Lessons Ken Starr touches on the founding of the Constitution, the rule of law, and other key lessons from American history. This lecture took place at Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Ranch Center. Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT




Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


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Neil’s Common Sense – 2007-06-29

Neil Cavuto








John Gibson’s My Word



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Bill O’Reilly’s latest Talking Points Memo – 2007-06-29



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Jun 15 2007

Swenglish Rantings Weekend Radio – 070615

Swenglish Rantings Radio

Paul & The Monkey Princess

Swenglish Rantings WEEKEND Radio

FRIDAY, JUNE, 15TH, 2007

Listen to our latest Swenglish Rantings Radio Show

The Monkey Princess & Paul

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Today’s Swedish Name Days are Margit & Margot – Grattis pÃ¥ namnsdagen, Happy Name Day from us to you!

The Monkey Princess and Paul will soon be back Ranting in the morning – right now there is quite a bit of website construction work going on!


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


Swenglish Rantings Radio Playlist Calendar

Remeber to check the Article List


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

All of the shows below are loaded into my daily PLAYLIST SRR20070615.m3u

Radio Sweden

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Radio Sweden 2007-06-15 Amnesty International is yet again creating news headlines here in Sweden, we speak to its new General Secretary here on how she hopes to develop the organization’s work. Stockholm’s Police get tough with racists and homophobes. And an international conference in Stockholm discusses the relationship between smoking and poverty. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 14:20:26 GMT



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-06-15



Wasteland: An ‘Unhooked’ Culture In the book Unhooked: How Young Women Pursue Sex, Delay Love, and Lose at Both by Washington Post journalist Laura Sessions Stepp, many stories are told about young women who have plunged headlong into the “hookup culture,” only to end up bruised, broken, scared, and isolated. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT


Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-06-15

Michael Medved: Surgeon General Penalized for Truth Telling Despite impressive medical and governmental credentials, the new nominee for US Surgeon General has become controversial because of a 1991 paper he wrote for a Methodist Church committee investigating homosexuality.
Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Cato Institute




Cato at 30 featuring David Boaz Fri, 15 Jun 2007 06:00:00 EDT



WeatherBrains – 2007-06-11

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 72: “Long Hot Summer”

June 11th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode 72 is now online (June 11, 2007) The netcast for people who love weather.

In this week’s Episode:

The Deadly Sizzler: Looking back at the heatwave of 1980, one definitely for the record books.

Remembering early TV weather coverage: Flashing light bulbs on studio maps … and weather anchors who could write backwards on plexiglass;

Challenging times for the National Weather Service: The NWS names Dr. Jack Hayes as its new Director … and is the agency failing at one of its challenges?

WeatherBrains 101: lightning strikeLightning … Join us as Professor Peters teaches us about this fascinating phenomenon;

This Week In Weather History: We look at a very noteworthy time in weather history for a man whose name became synonymous with tornado research … and one man’s death five years ago this week meant that hurricane watchers lost Hope. Bill Murray has details;

Join James Spann, J. B. Elliott, Brian Peters and David Black…..

Websites featured in this episode:

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

We would love to hear from you! To leave a recorded message, call 1-888-247-8627. Some calls may be used in future episodes. Also, feel free to post comments to the site and send us an email at question@weatherbrains.com.


Charlie Slaughter

Jihad, Danger, World Predictions, and What You Can Do!

Insane News From the Rim, Gay Bears and more!


Jihad, Danger, World Predictions, and What You Can Do!

An explaination of the Jihaddi concept of life the universe and everything including YOU. Also predictions and updates on the political scene in simple amusing terms. Politically incorrect but reasonably accurate! Become self sufficient in the comming times.


Who What Huh?? 66 My job and most of yours exposed. Audio Imagery “Pitchin’ A Roost” “Grasshopper” Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com “Rock Delay” “Netherworld Shanty” Sat, 09 Jun 2007 19:24:00 -0700


Insane News From the Rim, Gay Bears and more!

These are eclectic tidbits of what’s happening in the Rim Country, predictions, asides, viewpoints and other drivel. More entertaining than extremely serious primate issues. More or less harmless.

The Nuptials and More! Earnest and Fred finally Tie the Knot and Mom stops by the hovel. The CIA checks in and more. With thanks to: Kevin MacLeod incompetec.com “Wagner Bridal Chorus” Sat, 09 Jun 2007 17:10:00 -0700




Jerry Newberry – 2007-06-15


Talking to Maj. Gen. Robert Durbin live from Afghanistan (1 of 2) Part 1: The National Defense opens up the show, and, as always dedicates the program to the men and women of the United States military. Jerry and Randy welcome Maj. Gen. Robert Durbin, who heads the operation to train Afghan soldiers and police on the ground in Afghanistan. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:03 GMT



Maj. Gen. Robert Durbin live from Afghanistan (2 of 2) Part 2: Randy and Jerry continue their discussion with Maj. Gen. Robert Durbin live from Afghanistan. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:02 GMT



The Patriot Express Loan Initiative from the S.B.A. Part 3: The National Defense welcomes Sam Jones from The Patriot Express Loan Initiative from the S.B.A. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:01 GMT



Issues with the VA, & internet access for armed forces. Part 4: Randy and Jerry hit up four seperate hot topics, including issues with the V.A., and internet access for America’s armed forces. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Weekend Journal – 2007-06-15

TH Radio: Hewitt & Medved Debate the Immigration Bill Hugh Hewitt and Michael Medved debate the immigration bill on The Hugh Hewitt Show; on that same theme Michael Medved talks with Mayor Rudy Giuliani who says that he can end illegal immigration; Albert Mohler explains why Democrats are opposed to President Bush’s nomination of the highly qualified James Holsinger to be the next U.S. surgeon general; Dennis Prager answers why the media keep returning to the fringe group CAIR (The Council on American Islamic Relations). Fri, 15 Jun 2007 15:15:00 GMT





Paul Dickson Author and historian Paul Dickson joins Ed Tracy to discuss the veterans of World War I and the book he co-authored, The Bonus Army: An American Epic. Originally aired 02/11/05.
Thu, 14 Jun 2007 16:25:00 CST



Military Contracting: Front & Center The Military has always looked to outside contractors to supply everything from hammers to tanks to airplanes, establishing relationships described by President Eisenhower as the Military-Industrial complex. Today, that list of contractors is growing with the demands of war on multiple fronts, and the contractors are taking on new roles – such as translator services, personal security, and public relations. Join John Callaway and his panel of experts as they explore and discuss the real costs – and benefits – of military contracting. Guests: Shephard W. Hill, Jim Hiles, and Arthur Cyr. Originally aired 06/07/07. Fri, 08 Jun 2007 14:00:00 CST



June Programs at the Pritzker Military Library Hear what programs will be offered at the Pritzker Military Library in the month of June.Mon, 04 Jun 2007 12:00:00 CST


Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-06-15





Don’t Shoot, We’re Not Jews Prager H1: Hamas takes control of Gaza. Dennis talks to Dore Gold, President of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, about the consequences of this coup… NY Times and the Washington Post predictably blame Israel for the Hamas take over. Who else would they blame? The Palestinian death cult culture? Oh, come on… Charles Krauthammer writes that a fence must come first; everything else we can deal with later… Mike Nifong, the Duke La Crosse prosecutor, is on trial for his outrageous behavior during that phony rape case. If he loses, he could be disbarred. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Happiness Hour: The Importance of Fathers Prager H2: It shouldn’t be, but in our feminist age, it’s important to make to case for the value of fathers. Dennis asks listeners two questions: how important has your father been to your happiness, and how important is it to your happiness to be a father? Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Open Lines Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: does Dennis like to cook; are you a hypocrite if you support the war in Iraq, but don’t join the armed services; does Judaism prohibit gossip. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Highlights of the week 06/15/07 A compilation of clips from this past week. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-06-15


Hugh Hewitt’s Blog



George Ciamba, Andrew Sullivan Hewitt: Hour 1 – Guest host Dean Barnett talks with D-Day survivor George Ciamba and then discusses the state of gay marriage in Massachusetts with Andrew Sullivan. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Fred Barnes, Morton Kondracke, Larry Kudlow Hewitt: Hour 2 – Guest host Dean Barnett talks immigration bill and Trent Lott talk radio is the root of all evil comments with the Fox News Beltway Boys, and then discusses economic news of the week with CNBC’s Larry Kudlow. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Tarzana Joe Hewitt: Hour 3 – Guest host Dean Barnett gives his own top ten list of the best television dramas of all time. Later in the hour, Tarzana Joe gives us an ode to the best television of all time. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT


Mike Medved  

Michael Medved – 2007-06-15





The ’08 Election: Unexpected Consequences Medved H1: Medved talks about the upcoming election and profiles candidates from both parties.

Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:02 GMT



The Arab Nation Medved H2: Medved talks with callers about the disaster in Gaza and the so-called Arab Nation.

Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:01 GMT



Open Mind Friday: Immigration Medved H3: Medved gets open-minded callers to debate primarily about immigration.

Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:02 GMT



JaySekulow – 2007-06-15


Jay Sekulow Live


Legal & Legislative Update On the broadcast today, updates involving key legal and legislative issues at the American Center for Law and Justice. Join us as we bring you the latest on the issues that matter most to you and your family.

Fri, 15 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



John Hinderaker – 2007-06-11

Northern Alliance Radio Network


Powerline Radio, Hr 1: WWII Memorial and “Loon of the Week” Brian, Chad and John Minnesota discuss WWII Memorial with comments on the design and appropriateness. Loon of the Week: Elizabeth Edwards. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Powerline Radio, Hr 2: Interview with Counter Insurgency Expert, LtCol John Nagl Brian, Chad and John interview with counter insurgency expert LtCol John Nagl, author of Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Headliners, Hr 1: Dedication of MN WWII Memorial Mitch and Ed at the dedication of the Minnesota World War II Memorial in Saint Paul. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Headliners, Hr 2: Continuing Coverage of WWII Memorial and Immigration Discussion Ed and Mitch discuss immigration, and continue their coverage of the dedication of the World War II Memorial. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Final Word, Hr 1: “Freedomnomics” Author, John Lott King and Michael are joined by John Lott to talk about his book, “Freedomnomics”, which describes the effect and the benefits of a free market. Control of the gas prices and gas supply. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



The Final Word, Hr 2: Jerry Kyser from MN Vietnam Veterans Charity Michael and King interview Jerry Kyser from the Minnesota Vietnam Veterans Charity who describes the Missing Man Formation with the touch up MN Central Elections. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



David Strom – 2007-06-11

The TaxPayers League


Hr 1: Immigration and the ’08 Presidential Field David and Margaret discuss immigration in Minneapolis, and ignorance of Liberals. They are joined by Barry Casselman a columnist for the Washington Times and contributor to Real Clear Politics with discussion about 2008 Presidential field. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Hr 2: Interview with Giuliani biographer, Fred Siegel David and Margaret interview Fred Siegel, author of the Rudy Giuliani bio, The Prince of the City, will kick off what we hope to be an on going feature on all 376 Republican and Democratic candidates for President. Mon, 11 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-06-15

The Reagan Ranch Center


Mark Larson: How to Confound Liberals San Diego Radio talk show host Mark Larson gives insights from his own experiences as to how conservatives can effectively counter liberal ideas through humor. Mr. Larson is a frequent speaker at Young America’s Foundation events. Fri, 15 Jun 2007 16:45:00 GMT




Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report



Neil’s Common Sense – 2007-06-15

Neil Cavuto




John Gibson’s My Word



War On Christmas



May 30 2007

Sweden’s Green Party Picks GAY Fight With Russia

This Weekend marked the 14th year of the abolishment of the criminality of homosexuality in Moscow. While being homosexual is no longer a crime, homosexuality has not been forced by Russia’s Government and Militant Gay activists into Russia’s schools, government institutions and culture. Russia is still by and large a people with traditional values, much like the people throughout the western world. Here in the Western world tolerance is interpreted by indoctrination and any thought or spoken word that is not in harmony with GAY activists is called Homophobic.

Moscow does not want this seen in their streets, Why?

Many people believe that what homosexuals do or how they live their lives is of no concern to the rest of society except when laws and policies are adopted to force society to not only tolerate but actually embrace the homosexual lifestyle. This is evident in many countries by the forced schooling of children and forced re-education of employees. Many people hold religious beliefs and moral values that are diametrically opposed to Homosexuality. This does not mean that violence or discrimination against homosexuals should take place or be condoned by our governments.

What Parent Wouldn’t want to bring their Child To See this?

I personally do not want to see the Sunday Wife Swappers Parade, The Annual Bondage and Discipline Parade, or the various Bug Foot Squasher Sex Parades. The Furries Parade might be fun for the kids to see, as long as the other activities that are on public display during these parades is not displayed. Many people are offended by the naked, near naked, and simulated Sex presentations of Marchers and bystanders in Gay parades.

Why do people think that marches like this should be allowed in every city in the world?

That said, I have been in New York City to see the Village Gay Parade. Like many, I laughed at the antics, costumes and extravagance of the participants. I am not Gay, but I sort of think that if I were GAY I would take offense to the comical characters that are portrayed in todays TV shows. Why does being GAY have to take on the role of being the freak show or comic relief? The representations certainly do not represent the lifestyle of most people in the homosexual community. That is sort of what I think about the parades. Why does it have to be in the middle of town and demonstrate the most extreme elements of the gay life style within communities that by and large do not share the values exhibited and are forbidden by law to express their disapproval?

Not for Nothing, I don’t mind seeing something like this

everyday of the week but you know even my wife

doesn’t want this paraded past me on the Streets.

I know lots of families that for one reason or

another think that the kind of activities

that go on at these parades are

Not Suitable For Public Viewing.

My wife and I have been watching this British TV-series, “New Street Law” (here in Sweden it is called “Advokaterna pÃ¥ New Street”). One of the characters in the series is gay… That’s it – he has a boyfriend instead of a girlfriend, and that’s all there is to it! There is no joking around about this, it is a serious show, he is not the funny sidekick or the comic relief in any way, he’s just doing his job like everybody else, and is treated like everybody else. We really like the show, and the fact that one of the characters is gay, well – it just shows how things OUGHT to be. “He’s gay” – so what?!? There really IS no need to go on and on about it, he doesn’t flaunt it and noone makes jokes about it, that’s just the way it is…

Russia 14 years ago removed the legal prosecution of homosexuality, today they do not want extravagant Gay Parades in the middle of Moscow. Moscow’s Mayor Yuri Luzhkov had called the gay pride parades “Satanic” and vowed that it would never be permitted in his city, this was with respect to the Russian Orthodox Church and in keeping with the sentiment of the majority of his citizens. There are no laws in Russia like countries of the European Union that force people to embrace homosexuality. Homosexuality in Russia is legally tolerated but not endorsed, promoted or taught.

This past weekend 40 or so people flew to Russia knowing the parade was not granted a permit and that any action to cause a public spectacle would be illegal. The purpose of the plane trip to Moscow was to cause trouble and make headlines in the World Newspapers and Television. That goal was achieved. The consequences of their actions on the gay community in Russia have not been measured yet.

What are the plans for the Gay Parade in Gaza, Riyadh, and other places in the world where homosexuality is not even legal?

In an effort to aggravate Russia more, a group of Swedish politicians have invited Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov to attend Stockholm’s Gay Pride festival on August 4th of this year.

Stockholm city council Green Party leader Yvonne Ruwaida states “We have invited the mayor to visit our festival and to see how we work with HBT (homo-, bi- and transsexual) issues here. It is important to deal with homophobia,”

“Homophobia” is the catch word to demonize anyone that does not embrace homosexuality or the policies that the homosexual movement are pushing. In practice, if you do not agree with anything the gay movement says, then you are homophobic.

The Russians Feel This is not Proper Street Attire.

Many people feel the same.

Some feel that the display of sex and

performance of sex acts is a private matter,

not something to be paraded.

Go Figure?

This in your face legislating morality has gone pretty far, too far. People should have a right to engage in a lifestyle of their choice. I do not feel that someones selection of sexual partner should be a lightning rod for discrimination or violence. It is however, a totally different story to force that lifestyle down the throats of those that do not share those values, and use legal means to indoctrinate the rest of society in a minority culture.

Swenglish Rantings Radio – 070530


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