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Feb 16 2007

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Radio Sweden 2007-02-16
Child abuse at home and in schools in this supposedly peaceful country, known for its great concern for youngsters and anti-violence traditions. A multi cultural center on the fringe of the Swedish capital promotes diversity in this Nordic nation, and we discuss the controversial care for the eldery in this Scandinvian nation – with fights for resources intensified by an increasingly aging population and a growing percentage of foreign-born.


Radio Sweden 2007-02-15

Bullying at School. The government turns to science to beat the bullies. And in today`s Nordic Lights, the waters surrounding the Faroe Islands set off a global warming alarm



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-02-16



No Time to Retire: Worldview at Work

I have a confession to make: I love to work. I live in an area of the country where many people come to retire to a life of golfing, collecting seashells, sailing on a boat. They’re all nice things in and of themselves, but I can’t imagine devoting the rest of my days to those kinds of pursuits.


Daily Commentary

Daily Commentary – 2007-02-16


TH60 China’s Space Race

China recently succeeded in destroying one of its old space satellites with an anti-satellite missile. The U.S. and the Soviet Union both successfully performed the same operation in the 1980s, but agreed to stop testing anti-satellite missiles. The reason: low-orbit space became littered with debris, causing risks to the satellites in orbit from several other nations.



WeatherBrains – 2007-02-16

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 55: “F to EF”

February 14th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode Number 55 is on the server (February 12, 2007).

In this week’s episode:

-Old man winter in full force: A powerful storm system gears up to pound much of the eastern U.S.; James Spann says major winter weather is possible from Kansas all the way to New England, while severe weather could break out further south;

-When the snow is taller than people: We talk with motel manager Lori Oliver in Redfield, New York, where 12 feet of snow has fallen, and more is forecast.  Click here for an interesting report from the National Weather Service Office in Buffalo;

The Enhanced Fujita Scale: Dr. Ted Fujita

-Brian Peters looks at the updated damage scale designed to give a more accurate indication of tornado wind speeds, by talking with Dr. James McDonald, one of the people who helped lead the effort to revise the scale;

-First use of the Enhanced Fujita scale — we talk with Jim Ladue, a National Weather Service meteorologist who surveyed damage from deadly tornadoes that swept through central Florida just one day after the new scale took effect;

-Two inches of snow falling in the Gulf of Mexico? Bill Murray recalls when that and other wild weather happened along the Gulf Coast during This Week in Weather History;

-Brian Peters’ shocking secret revealed — Brian makes an astonishing confession to David Black, unaware that David was secretly recording him;

Join James Spann, Kevin Selle, Brian Peters and David Black…



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

Insane News From the Rim, Gay Bears and more!


Ranger and more Epi35

Sat, 17 Feb 2007 00:19:00 -0700

News from the Rim. Ranger visits and Charley pleads NOT Guilty. Thanks to: 50 Foot Wave “Hot Pink” Kevin MacLeod “Cool Rock”



Weekend Journal – 2007-02-16


THWJ: 3,000 American Lives “Wasted” in Iraq?

Michael Medved discusses Iran’s deadly role in Iraq; Hugh Hewitt speaks with NY Times Pulitzer winner John Burns about Iraq; Dennis Prager criticizes Senator Barack Obama for saying that 3,000 American lives have been “wasted” in the war; Dr. Albert Mohler talks with Prof. Robert George about moral relativism in America’s universities





Bob Drury

Author and reporter Bob Drury visits the library to discuss Admiral William “Bull” Halsey, the U.S. Third Fleet’s encounter with a savage typhoon in the autumn of 1944, and his new book, Halsey’s Typhoon: The True Story of a Fighting Admiral, an Epic Storm, and an Untold Rescue. Contains some explicit language. Originally aired 02/15/07.



Hello, Africa! Flag


This is a Great Program

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

Saturday, February 17, 2007

7th Year Anniversary


The Right Perspective celebrates its SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY!!!

Once feared callers Frank and John have blazed a new path, lighting up the airwaves with the kind of talkradio that people were hungry for!!

A new dawn rose in 1999 with the emergence of The Right Perspective!!! In 2002, Frank and John created the “Two Friends Radio Network,” and talkradio has not been the same since!!!! Freed from the restraints and jealousies that held them back, they created the most unique radio program in history! Then in 2003, they built their own studio! Their tremendous abilties to create new forms in radio stuned the broadcasting world!!! After leaving the tin can outhouse WBCQ for WWCR in 2004, the WORLD was hearing TRP on Shortwave!!!!! In 2006 they met Die Newsguy who became their producer, and his creativity helped launch the program in new directions never heard of before!!!!! Also that year, talkstreamlive was launched and TRP joined them!!!!

Now, going up against the so called “big names,” TRP has moved up in the ratings, and in fact, has beaten out KKKurtis and KKKuby, Randi Rhodes, Al Franken-Stein, Michael Medvev, Dennis Prager, and other so callled “big names”!!!!!!!!!! Now as we go into our EIGHTH YEAR, who knows what new barriers we’ll break?

Plus, Frank admits his mistake in voting for George W. Bush… Indian Ritual Turns into Blur of Drinking and Fighting on “Berengians on the Move”…


Farm Murders Update

Mnr. Chris Jordaan, Property Rights Committee Head of the Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa (TAU/SA), gives an update on the continuing plassmorde going on against the Boere farmers. Mnr. Jordaan also talks about the political wranglings with the Minister of Agriculture and Land Affairs, Mrs Lulu Xingwana (pictured, left), who has been accused of inciting hatred against the Boere for her comments during the Holiday season.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-02-16

Hugh Hewitt’s Blog


Pat Campbell, Chaz Rampenthal With Hugh Hewitt
Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks with Orlando, Florida talk show host Pat Campbell about his Congressman, Lawnboy Ric Keller, and later talks about the will and probate mess caused by Anna Nicole Smith not having her will updated. Chaz Rampenthal from Legalzoom.com joined Hugh.


Fred Barnes, Jeffrey Birnbaum, Victor Davis Hanson With Hugh Hewitt
Hewitt: Hour 2 – Fed and Jeff discuss the impact of the 17 Republicans in the House who threw up the white flag today and voted with the Democrats on the Iraq resolution, and then military historian and classicist Victor Davis Hanson discusses the impact of how we’re debating the war.


Philip Bohlman, John Podhoretz, John Lileks, Tarzana Joe With Hugh Hewitt
Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh replays his interviews with Philip Bohlman, the president of the Society For Ethnomusicology,John Podhoretz, columnist and ethnomusicologist, and James Lileks, columnist and also an ethnomusicologist. Tarzana Joe finishes the day with an ode to the ethnomusicologists.


Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager – 2007-02-16



The Consequences of Secularism With Dennis Prager

Prager H1: Don’t think they don’t exist. They do. A good example can be found in France where the Socialist candidate for President has been living with a man for years. She and her paramour have children, but they’ve never married… Temperatures in the Antarctic aren’t changing even though global warming models say they should… How do you think the troops in Iraq are reacting to the Congressional resolution condemning the Surge?


Happiness Hour: The Need to Have Someone to Confide in With Dennis Prager
Prager H2: According to a new report, a near majority of people say that they don’t anyone they can open up to in the time of personal crisis. Best of Prager Hour. Originally recorded on June 23, 2006.


Open Lines With Dennis Prager
Prager H3: Per usual, listeners set the agenda. Issues raised include: why is Dennis skeptical about global warming, but not about religion; does Dennis have any grandchildren; how important is 50/50 custody in a divorce; what’s an altruistic reason to have children; should kids be indoctrinated in global warming; what does a son do with a mother who is angry at a divorced father.


Highlights of the week 02/16/07 With Dennis Prager
A compilation of clips from this past week.


Mike Medved

Michael Medved – 2007-02-16



Friday February 16, 2007
Tim Hardaway With Michael Medved
Medved H1: Former NBA Tim Hardaway said “I hate gay people”


Horner on Global Warming With Michael Medved
Medved H2: Medved talks to Chris Horner about global warming.


Open Line Friday With Michael Medved
Medved H3: Open lines and movie reviews.



JaySekulow – 2007-02-16


Jay Sekulow Live

Military Chaplains & Prayer With Jay Sekulow
On the broadcast today, an update concerning efforts to protect the free speech rights of military chaplains to pray according to their own faith.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-02-15

The Reagan Ranch Center

Thursday February 15, 2007

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher: Advancing Freedom in America With Young Americas Foundation

In an inspiring and humorous speech, Congressman Dana Rohrabacher outlines threats to American’s freedom. He covers topics such as the threat from militant Islam, immigration, global warming advocates, and more! He spoke at the opening dinner banquet to more than 800 participants at Young America’s Foundation’s West

Coast Leadership Conference.


Tuesday February 13, 2007

Dr. David Newton: Radical Islam, the Iraq War, and Prospects for the Future With Young Americas Foundation
Westmont University professor Dr. David Newton reviews the rise of radical Islamist movements along with the successes and challenges America faces in Iraq and throughout the Middle East. This event was held in conjunction with the Reagan Ranch Roundtable Luncheon which is held monthly at Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Ranch Center.


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