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Jun 08 2007

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Swedish Man Infected Young Girls With HIV

Swedish Castle Turned Into Porn Studio

Swedish Woman Ordered Murders in Oz

Accidents During Swedish Graduation Festivities

Sweden’s Venomous Snake

Povel Ramel – Sweden has lost a great entertainer


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Radio Sweden 2007-06-07

Thu, 07 Jun 2007 16:00:41 GMT



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-06-08


The Cross & the Crown: When Caesar and Christ Collide
In Uzbekistan, a regional government has just ordered religious leaders to do a better job of preventing “undesirable actions”— translate that: Christian missionary activity. The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty says Uzbek churches have been warned that all religious gatherings will be under careful observation by the government.


Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-06-08

Michael Medved: A Presidential Race to Watch
Fred Thompson’s imminent entry into the presidential race is good news for the GOP and for the country—not just because it provides another plausible conservative alternative, but because it greatly increases the likelihood of an “open convention” for the first time in 56 years.



The Cato Institute



G8 Climate Deal Is Utter Nonsense
featuring Patrick J. Michaels



WeatherBrains – 2007-06-04

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 71: “Look Down”

June 4th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode 71 is now online (June 4, 2007) The netcast for people who love weather.

In this week’s episode:

V. WeatherBrains Extra: Low Down Radar … Newer doesn’t necessarily meanCASA bigger and more powerful. In fact, the next generation of weather radar–currently being field tested in Oklahoma, with more tests planned for Texas and Puerto Rico–is actually smaller and less powerful than present day systems. But what it lacks in power and size may be more than made up for by what it lets us see. David Black talks with “Professor Chandra” of Colorado State University about CASA;

2007 Hurricane season off and running: Are coastal residents ready for a major storm this year? We weigh in with some observations;

Politics and weather: J.B. Elliott confesses to being a weather troublemaker during his tenure at the National Weather Service … and the global warming comment that got NASA Administrator Michael Griffin in hot water;

WeatherBrains 101: What in the world is a wet bulb temperature? Join us as Professor Peters explains;

This Week In Weather History: Legend had it that residents in Topeka, Kansas were safe from tornadoes. But in 1966, they learned a hard lesson. And during this week in 1953, New England residents were stunned by a weather event they thought they’d never have to worry about. Join Bill Murray as we look into these and other historical weather highlights


Charlie Slaughter

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

Insane News From the Rim, Gay Bears and more!


On The Crapper AgainI am getting potty training while the upslope steepens an things are a shakin’. with my thanks to: Kevin MacLeod incompeteck.com “Overriding concern” “Variation on Edgmont” 50 Foot Wave “The Fuschia Wall” Aaron Derrington “Four on the Dagga” Barbra leoni “Don’t Rain on my Parade”

Mon, 04 Jun 2007 22:06:00 -0700




Jerry Newberry – 2007-06-08

National Defense Hot Topic for the week!
Pt 1: Jerry and Randy open up the show and break out their Hot Topics for the week.


Discussing “kinder, gentler Drill Seargent”
Pt 2: Randy and Jerry take a close look at an National Public Radio story on a “kinder, gentler Drill Sergeant” and respond, all while doing push ups.


Mental health issues of the modern US war veteran
Pt 3: Jerry discusses mental health issues of the modern war veteran in the United States.



Weekend Journal – 2007-06-08

TH Radio: “CNN Hosts Dems and GOP–Who Won?”
Michael Medved critiques Governor Mitt Romney’s performance at the GOP debate. Dennis Prager and Michael Medved then weigh in on the Democrats’ debate; Michael Medved rips into Senator John Edwards’ performance during a CNN special on religion; Hugh Hewitt speaks with “world columnist” Mark Steyn about immigration. Bill Bennett and Manhattan Institute Fellow Heather McDonald tackle the same issue.




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.



Hello, Africa! Flag


This is a Great Program

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

Waiting on Podcast and Waiting on The TRP Men From NYC

Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-06-08




Dennis and Rudy
Prager H1: Dennis talks to Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, focusing their conversation on those social issues that give pause to people who might otherwise support the mayor.


Happiness Hour: How Do You See the World?
Prager H2: Do you walk around thinking that people treat you well or do you walk around thinking that people are trying to take advantage of you? If you have the latter attitude, happiness will elude you.


Open Lines
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: how can an adult child establish boundaries with an intrusive parent; would the world be better if it was run by women; should caller go to wedding in which pacifist bride insists that her marine husband not show up in his dress blues; caller bought the ring, but worries that he’s made a mistake – what’s the right thing to do; is eharmony wrong for not catering to homosexuals.


Highlights of the week 06/08/07
A compilation of clips from this past week.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-06-08


Hugh Hewitt’s Blog


Jon Kyl Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh follows up on the failed immigration bill with Arizona Senator Jon Kyl. Fri, 08 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Morton Kondracke, Jeff Birnbaum, Larry Kudlow, Curt Pringle, John Campbell Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks immigration and presidential politics with Mort and Jeff, economic news with Larry, the Ducks’ Stanley Cup win with Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle, and immigration politics in the House with Congressman Campbell. Fri, 08 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Emmett of the Unblinking Eye, Tarzana Joe Hewitt: Hour 3 – This week’s list? The top ten casino movies of all time. Plus, Tarzana Joe briefly, and I mean very briefly, reflects upon turning fifty. Fri, 08 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Bill Bennett – 2007-06-08


Fred Thompson Bill Bennett chats with Fred Thompson about a wide range of issues, including the buzz generated by a possible run for President. Thu, 07 Jun 200 16:00:00 GMT


Mike Medved  

Michael Medved – 2007-06-08





Does the world hate Bush or the US? Medved H1: Medved broadcasts live from the UN, talking about foreign affairs involving the US. Thu, 07 Jun 2007 04:00:02 GMT



TV turning you liberal? Medved H2: Medved talks about a new study that claims the more TV you watch, the more liberal you are. Thu, 07 Jun 2007 04:00:01 GMT



Disagreement Day Medved H3: Medved takes disagreeing callers on across an array of issues, including the UN, where he is broadcasting from. Thu, 07 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



JaySekulow – 2007-06-08


Jay Sekulow Live

Religion in the Military
On the broadcast today, an important debate involving the expression of religious faith in the U.S. Military. Join Jay for this discussion as we take a look at both sides of the issue.



John Hinderaker – 2007-06-04

Northern Alliance Radio Network

The Headliners, Hr 1: Giuliani, Thompson, and Romney

Ed and Mitch discuss Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson and Mitt Romney.

The Headliners, Hr 2: Peggy Noonan’s Immigration Article and MN Legislature

Mitch and Ed talk about Peggy Noonan’s Wall Street Journal latest article on immigration issue. Minnesota legislature’s war on hospitality.


Powerline Radio, Hr 1: Immigration Splitting Conservative Ranks

Chad and John discuss how the debate on immigration splitting conservative ranks. Cindy Sheehan is getting Lifetime Loon Achievement Award.


Powerline Radio, Hr 2: Miss Universe Pageant Raise Immigration Issue

Chad and John discuss Miss Universe Pageant; Miss USA is getting booed in Mexico City. Calls on immigration debate. This week in Gate Keeping.


The Final Word, Hr 1: MN Legislature’s Veto of Tax Bill

King and Michael discuss the end of the legislative session and the veto of the tax bill with Brian McClung, spokesman for Governor Tim Pawlenty.


The Final Word, Hr 2: Difference Between Liberals and Conservatives

Michael wins his bet on no special session with King, and they discuss a George Will column on the differences between liberals and conservatives.



David Strom – 2007-06-04

The TaxPayers League

Hr 1: Interview with author of “Who Killed Health Care”David and Margaret interview Regina Hertzlinger, Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School and Author of “Who Killed Health Care”; America’s two trillion dollar healthcare problem.


Hr 2: Asst. Minority Leader, State Rep. Emmer on Legislative Session David and Margaret review Phil Krinkie’s Capitol Report. Assistant Minority Leader State Representative Tom Emmer talks about the end of the legislative session.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-06-08

The Reagan Ranch Center

Katherine Kersten: Countering Liberal Professors Minneapolis Star-Tribune Columnist Katherine Kersten explains how liberal professors push their own biased agenda in the classroom and what students can do to fight back. This speech occurred at Young America’s Foundation’s Midwest Conference in Minneapolis, MN. Thu, 07 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT



Peter Schweizer: Liberal Hypocrites: Or, what you don’t know about Al Franken, Michael Moore, and others. Peter Schweizer, reveals the blatant hypocrisy practiced by liberal leaders. This speech is based on his New York Times best-seller, Do As I Say, Not as I Do: Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy. This speech took place at Young America’s Foundation’s Midwest Conference in Minneapolis, MN. Tue, 05 Jun 2007 04:00:00 GMT




Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report




John Gibson’s My Word



War On Christmas


John Gibson’s My Word

Al Sharpton is right about Paris Hilton



Bill O’Reilly’s latest Talking Points Memo – 2007-06-08



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