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May 09 2007

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Radio Sweden 2007-05-09

In today’s edition we’ll be going to cyberspace and outer space. First, as the official opening of Sweden’s Embassy in Second Life approaches, our reporter George Wood finds out more about the official outpost. And then Tom McAlinden takes us to Kiruna and what is hoped will be a base for space tourism, Esrange.



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-05-09



The Seed of the Church: Martyrdom in Turkey

Just a few weeks ago, Christians gathered in the Holy Land to remember the Armenian victims of genocide. Between 1915 and 1919, 1.5 million Armenians living in Turkey were slaughtered. Shockingly, few today have even heard about the brutal persecution that nearly annihilated this ancient people—who, by the way, chose Christianity as their national religion in 301 A.D.


Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-05-09


David Aikman: Israel at a Crossroads

Ever since Israel embarked on a costly war in Lebanon last summer after its soldiers were kidnapped by Hezbollah fighters, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has been under fire.


Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-05-09





Jihadism v. Democracy

Prager H1: Dennis talks to Walid Phares, Senior Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, and Fox News terrorism expert. His new book is The War of Ideas: Jihadism against Democracy… Six would-be Muslim terrorists are arrested in New Jersey. Four of them were from the former Yugoslavia, a nation we attacked to save Muslims… Obama says 10,000 people were killed by Kansas tornado. Every public figure makes gaffes. But would the media be so forgiving if GW made the same mistake? A restaurant owner in Louisville, Kentucky refuses serve to OJ Simpson. OJ’s lawyer plays the race card in response.



Dennis Gets Side Swiped

Prager H2: In a parking lot of his favorite bowling alley. The man who hit him turns out to be a big fan. As one gets older, one is more touched by acts of goodness than shaken by acts of evil… Global Cooling has hit Poland which has lost much of its apple crop to cold weather… A young woman is being forced into a drug rehab program because she took an unauthorized Tylenol at her high school.



Israel Won

Prager H3: The media here, in Israel and in the Arab world announced that Israel had “lost” the war in Lebanon. Dennis disagreed then and does now. Today Thomas Friedman writes a column in which he explains why he agrees with Dennis. Here’s the salient point: the same thing is has happening wit Iraq War. The media and the Democrats say we have lost. But are we really?… Fewer people are watching TV, according to latest data.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-05-09


Hugh Hewitt’s Blog



Michael Isikoff, John Cornyn Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh gets the latest on the Fort Dix six from Newsweek reporter Michael Isikoff, then the latest on the Defense Supplemental stalemate with Texas Senator John Cornyn.



Jonah Goldberg, Scott Johnson
Hewitt: Hour 2 – Minneapolis Star Tribune thankfully let go Jim Boyd, their editorial page editor, who took some snipe shots at conservative columnists, including National Review’s Jonah Goldberg, who joined Hugh, along with longtime critic of Jim Boyd, Powerline blog’s Scott Johnson.



Erwin Chemerinsky, John Eastman, Leonard the Opera Expert
Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh talks to the Smart Guys about the legal implications of intelligence gathering regarding the Fort Dix six, and then gets shown up by his producer by delivering Rudy Giuliani music, Verdi’s MacBeth, verified by Leonard the Opera Expert.



JaySekulow – 2007-05-09


Jay Sekulow Live


Legislative Update

On the broadcast today, an update on several important pieces of legislation on Capitol Hill.




Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report




John Gibson’s My Word



War On Christmas



May 07 2007

Swenglish Rantings Radio – 070508

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Radio Sweden

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Radio Sweden 2007-05-08

An old service linking Stockholm and Riga is resumed. The government goes Green And Sweden`s entry for this weekend`s Eurovision Song Contest , The Ark, talk to us about stage fright and diplomatic scandals.



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-05-08



Chez Big House: Doing Time with the Well-Heeled

Imagine for a moment that you’re an L.A. big shot. You have just been convicted of a nonviolent crime, and your lawyer tells you that, unfortunately, you’re going spend some time behind bars.


Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-05-08


Albert Mohler: Will Sarkozy Make A Difference?

The election of Nicolas Sarkozy as President of France sets the stage for possible big changes on the world scene.


Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-05-08





Sarkozy, the American

Prager H1: Dennis talks to Nidra Poller, ex-patriot American journalist living in Paris, about the victory of American-friendly Nicholas Sarkozy, the new French premiere… Is our weight in our genes? According new research, the answer is overwhelming yes… September seems to be the de facto deadline for proof that “the surge” is succeeding or failing. But what will be the measure? As far as the media and the Democrats are concerned the goal posts are always moving.



The Last Best Hope

Prager H2: Dennis talks to his good friend, Bill Bennett, nationally syndicated radio talk show host and best-selling author. His new book is his second volume of his history of the USA. America: The Last Best Hope (Volume II): From a World at War to the Triumph of Freedom.


Ultimate Issues Hour: Is There Heaven and Hell?

Prager H3: It depends, of course, on your faith or your lack thereof. But if there is a just God, there must be heaven and hell.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-05-08


Hugh Hewitt’s Blog



David Dreier, Michael Barone

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks about the Fort Dix, New Jersey terror cell bust today, plus gets reaction from one of the attendees of the White House State Dinner last night with the Queen of England, David Dreier, and talks political realignment with Michael Barone.



Ahmed Bedier

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh turns over his show for an hour to Los Angeles Times journalist Bill Lobdell, in a horrible experiment gone awry. Bill is joined by CAIR-Florida exec Ahmed Bedier, who urged restraint in pointing out the Fort Dix terror suspects as Muslims.



Bill Lobdell

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh regains control over his own show and gives last hour’s guest host, the Los Angeles Times’ Bill Lobdell, a little friendly critique about his performance.



Mike Gallagher – 2007-05-08



Rep. Tom Tancredo

Mike talks to the presidential hopeful about his campaign.



Rudy Giuliani

Mike talks to the presidential hopeful about his campaign.



JaySekulow – 2007-05-08


Jay Sekulow Live


Churches as Lobbyists?

On the broadcast today, an update on several legislative issues including a House bill that would threaten the free speech rights of churches and non-profit organizations.



John Hinderaker – 2007-05-08

Northern Alliance Radio Network


Governor Pawlenty’s Veto of the Bonding Bill

King and Michael discuss Governor Pawlenty’s veto of the bonding bill and the likelihood of a special session in Minnesota.



Scandel in the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office

Michael and King are joined by guest Drew Emmer to discuss the week’s developments in the scandal in the Minnesota attorney general’s office.



Democrats’ Disconnection from the Real World

Mitch talks about the Democrats’ disconnection from real-world events, nationally and in Minnesota.


Cinco de Mayo and Loon of the Week

Brian, Chad and John discuss Cinco de Mayo, GOP debate, Loon of the Week: Rage Against the Machine comment call for the hanging of president Bush.



Local Community College’s Acommodations for Muslim Students

Mitch interviews columnist Katherine Kersten about the “accommodations” a local community college is making for Muslim students.



French Election and Declining Newspaper Circulations

Brian, Chad and John talk about French Election, declining newspaper circulations, This Week in Gatekeeping.



David Strom – 2007-05-08

The TaxPayers League


Left’s Loss of the War over Economic Ideas

The capitol report with Phil Krinkie. Phil talks about the Governor’s veto of the bonding bill. David and Margaret discuss with Donald Luskin, Economic Analyst and blogger at www.poorandstupid.com on how the left has lost the war of economic ideas but is trying to ruin the economy with bad policies.



Funding of Sports Complex and the Rehabilitation of Matt Entenza

David and Margaret interview Tim Burke of nosportsplex.org, a group fighting a planned sports complex which would be funded by a schoollevy referendum in Farmington, MN; David rants about the rehabilitation of Matt Entenza, who resigned from the Governor’s race in disgrace, only to be floated as a potential candidate for the St. Paul School board.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-05-08

The Reagan Ranch Center


Greg Perry: The Americans for Disabilities Act hurts the handicapped and inhibits individual freedom.

Author and activist Greg Perry explains how the handicapped have been hurt by the Americans for Disabilities Act. This speech took place at Young America’s Foundation’s FreedomFest Conference.




Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report




John Gibson’s My Word



War On Christmas




Bill O’Reilly’s latest Talking Points Memo – 2007-05-08



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Apr 03 2007

“New Crusaders” take hostages at New Jersey School

Gunmen allegedly stormed the school and took students hostage

It has been said they are seeking justice because the daughter of one member of the organization had been expelled for PRAYING BEFORE CLASS.

The Crap that is going on in America and Europe has to end.I received this email today from the ACLJ, This is a great organization, read all about the latest outrage.If you are unaware of the American Center for Law and Justice, you should get yourself familiar with them.Someone has to stand up and fight for FREEDOM.

Read what is going on back in America!!!


A situation has come to my attention that has left me outraged.

A mock hostage-taking with staged – albeit terrifying – gunmen descending on a New Jersey high school as part of a drill occurred late last month. Who were the portrayed terrorists?


No other group in America would tolerate this kind of religious profiling! And we will not stand for it either. Please support our efforts to hold school officials accountable for their oppressive actions. Give your online gift of support right now.

Don’t get me wrong, taking precautions over school violence is imperative. However, the Burlington Township school district went over the top … and TOOK HOLY WEEK HOSTILITY TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL.

The school district decided that the group engaged in the hostage-taking activity was “right-wing fundamentalists” … a group the school named the “New Crusaders” … who do not believe in separation of church and state. This is unbelievable!

In fact, the mock gunmen allegedly stormed the school and took students hostage, “seeking justice because the daughter of one member of the organization had been expelled for PRAYING BEFORE CLASS.”

Your immediate online gift will support the ACLJ in our efforts to put an end to this type of anti-religious rhetoric in New Jersey … and all across the nation. Please give as generously as you can as we work toward righting this horrific wrong.

It is imperative that we act quickly in this issue. We will not stand for this type of anti-religious indoctrination in our public schools!

Let’s call this what it is: blatant religious hostility toward people of faith.

The school district’s mock hostage-taking program TARGETED CHRISTIANS as the perpetrators. THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS.

My staff is hard at work on a legal demand letter that will be sent to school officials within the next few days. We are fully prepared to fight this issue head-on … we are looking at all the options, including litigation.


We are also developing a Washington, D.C., case involving suppression of free speech activities in public areas. Rev. Pat Mahoney conducts an Easter event throughout the city on public sidewalk areas – areas that are open for free speech.

Yet police officials told him he cannot conduct this activity any longer, citing “Church State Separation.” Our office is reviewing all the data now and preparing a demand letter to send to Washington officials, and we will take federal court action if necessary.

Please stand with the ACLJ now in this imperative matter. Do not allow religious hostility aimed at men and women of faith to fester and grow UNCHECKED in America. We cannot tolerate this type of anti-religious activity … nor should we.

Thank you for your support.

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for Tuesday, April 3rd 2007


Radio Sweden 2007-04-03Psychiatric care in Sweden. After a series of high profile murders by the mentally ill, we ask the experts if the country`s pyschiatric care system is working as well as it should. A new way`s put forward to make Sweden`s high earning dads take paternity leave. And the English invasion, will the Swedish language survive in the future..http://www.sr.se/laddahem/podradio/SR_SRI_en_sweToday_070403040737.mp3Tuesday April 3, 2007Madeleine Albright With Mike GallagherThe former Secretary of State shares her views on politics, the presidential campaign and the war on Terror.http://boss.streamos.com/download/Townhall/audio/mp3/297d645f-a4d2-42d9-bd9b-9d62d140a978.mp3?siteid=PodCastWeatherBrains 62: “Hot Stuff”WeatherBrains Episode 62 is now online (April 2, 2007) (A reminder that you’ll find our new streaming audio player on the right side of the page. Also, we appreciate your feedback to the Listener Survey! A permanent link is also on the right.) In this week’s episode: – “Heatbursts” — Ted Ryan, Forecaster at the National Weather Service […]

Tuesday April 3, 2007

Call in if Your Pet is Your Best Friend With Dennis Prager

Prager H1: Listeners call in to tell Dennis why their pet is their best friend. Originally recorded on March 1, 2006.

Tuesday April 3, 2007

Big Dead Place With Dennis Prager

Prager H2: Guest: Nicholas Johnson, worked for US Antarctic Program and wrote a book of his experience. Big Dead Place: Inside the Strange and Menacing World of Antarctica. Originally recorded on October 26, 2005.


Tuesday April 3, 2007

The Ultimate Issues Hour: Getting Started in a Religion With Dennis Prager

Prager H3: What if you want to get serious about religion but you don’t know which one to turn to. How do you start your search? Dennis has some answers. Originally recorded on October 24, 2006.

Tuesday April 3, 2007

Blades of Glory With Michael Medved

Medved Movie Review: Chazz Michael Michaels and Jimmy MacElroy team up in search of a gold medal after they were each banned from men’s single competition.

Tuesday April 3, 2007

NJ Outrage: Christian Conservative Students are “Terrorists”? With Jay Sekulow

On the broadcast today, troubling details about a mock emergency drill at a New Jersey school that labelled Christian conservatives as the terrorists.

Tuesday April 3, 2007

Hewitt: Let the Candidates Commit With Hugh Hewitt

Former Tennessee Senator Fred Thomson and former Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich have both stated that they might declare a candidacy for the presidency. We welcome both men to the race, but urge them to make their decisions sooner rather than later.

Brit Hume Political Grapevine: 4/3
John Gibson’s My Word: 4/3
Neil Cavuto Common Sense: 4/3
O’Reilly – Talking Points: 4/3

Apr 01 2007

One in four Brits want to beg for IRANIAN Forgiveness

BRITAIN was once a proud country.


It is so sad to see a once Great Nation brought down by liberals!!!

Feb 19 2007

Swenglish Rantings Weekend Radio – 070219

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Friday, January, 19th, 2007

Listen to our latest Swenglish Rantings Radio Show

The Monkey Princess & Paul

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Our Latest Show is – HERE -Right Click to Save


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BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-01-18



Democracy at the Grassroots: Protecting Free SpeechDuring the 2006 election campaign, the Democrats promised to make reforming the House a top priority. I’ve previously told “BreakPoint” listeners and readers about some of the things proposed, such as “earmark” reform, that are worthy of praise.


Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-01-19


A Stand on DarfurThe race for the presidential nomination of both parties is already getting crowded. A year before the first primaries, candidates are vying for money and the backing of different interest groups.



WeatherBrains – 2007-01-19

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains Episode 51

January 16, 2007, 5:52 am Weather Brains episode 51 is now on the server!

In this week’s episode:

– Frigid cold pushes through the South: James Spann and Kevin Selle discuss the progress of a blast of Arctic air, and the challenges involved in forecasting cold weather;

– An Inconvenient Poster: After Bill Murray’s discovery that the poster for the movie An Inconvenient Truth contained a glaring weather error, Kevin goes looking for answers from the people who created the poster;

– A WeatherBrains Extra: The Blue Hill Observatory – Living Weather History… Brian Peters takes us on a tour of Blue Hill, which has maintained weather observations continuously longer than anywhere else in North America;

– If James changed jobs, what would his next career be?

Join James Spann, Kevin Selle, J. B. Elliott, Bill Murray, Brian Peters and David Black…



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

Insane News From the Rim, Gay Bears and more!


Global Nitwits epi32
Fri, 19 Jan 2007 16:39:00 -0700

More from the rim! Learn how to outlaw the Sun and volcanos! Thanks to : “Start Over” Jasmine Ash “Fall”



Jerry Newberry – 2007-01-19


Jerry Newberry and Randy Miller, Pt. 1Jerry and Randy talk about issues facing our armed forces.



Randy Miller and the Twilight Brigade, Pt.2Randy Miller talks with Dannion Brinkley of the Twilight Brigade.



Randy Miller and the Twilight Brigade, Pt. 3Randy Miller and Dannion Brinkley talk about the services that the Twilight Brigade provides to terminal veterans.



Randy Miller and the Twilight Brigade, Pt.4Randy Miller and Dannion Brinkley discuss the importance of supporting our soldiers.



Weekend Journal – 2007-01-19


THWJ: Barack Obama’s Viability, Dennis Kucinich’s Ignorance, and the Crusades On this week’s Townhall.com Weekend Journal: Salem host Michael Medved tries to squeeze some substance out of the video announcement by Barack Obama after he filed papers this week to form a presidential exploratory committee; Hugh Hewitt interviews the always interesting Congressman Dennis Kucinich on the Middle East; and because so much is said and little known about the Crusades, Dennis Prager interviews Professor Thomas Madden, author of the book “A Concise History of the Crusades.” All this and more on the Weekend Journal





Col. Harvey C. Barnum, Jr., USMC (Ret.): Medal of Honor SeriesMedal of Honor recipient Harvey C. “Barney” Barnum, Jr. is interviewed by Library Executive Producer Ed Tracy. Originally aired 01/18/07.



World War II: Medal of Honor SeriesRecorded at the International Conference on World War II, Ed Tracy chairs a panel with speakers Jack Lucas, MOH-USMC Iwo Jima; Walt Ehlers, MOH-USA Normandy; and Herschel “Woody” Williams, MOH-USMC Iwo Jima. Originally aired 11/16/06.



Hello, Africa! Flag


This is a Great Program

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

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Boere Farm Murders
Hello, Africa!

Mnr. Chris van Zyl, Manager of Safety and Security of the Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa (TAU/SA), returns to discuss the recent developments in the

The situation in the rural areas has intensified over the past year, and the Communist-ANC regime has laid a deaf ear to pleas of farmers and TAU/SA officals. On the 5th of December, an ANC official described the situation as having to be the fault of the farmers and drew the situation along racial lines. This speech has been blamed for the brutal murder of at least three people since it aired during the holiday season. TAU/SA is now putting this official up on hate crime charges and is preparing Boere farmers for a more dire situation in the year ahead.


Dismantiling America

Elaine Devarie Willman, National Chair of Citizens Equal Rights Alliance (CERA) discusses her book “Going to Pieces: The Dismantling of the United States of America,” the result of a 6,000-mile road trip across 17 Indian countries from Washington State to New York – and includes the first-person reports from tribal members, sheriffs, farmers, bankers, teachers – people who live within or near these Indian reservations and are in serious, serious struggles.

Ms. Willman, who is of direct Cherokee ancestry, also talks about the de facto land grab going on in America right under the noses of the American people, through land purchases made by Berengian (American Indian) reservations.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-01-19

Hugh Hewitt’s Blog


Friday January 19, 2007

Lt. Mark Daily, RIP With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh remembers the loss of a particular soldier named Mark Daily, who was killed in Iraq on Monday. He later plays audio from the Democrats who seem determined to lose this war, and takes calls.


Morton Kondracke, Charles Krauthammer, John Campbell, Lt. Smash With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Kondracke and Krauthammer examine the war, and both parties’ political maneurvering of it, then John Campbell recaps Nancy Pelosi’s first 100 hours, then Lt. Smash gets serious about the war once again.


News and calls. With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh continues his analysis of the news and takes calls.


Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-01-19



Egalitarian Cheer With Dennis Prager

Prager H1: New studies suggest that male circumcision cuts the chances of contracting H.I.V. by more than half…In the name of gender equality, federal education officials will force cheerleaders to cheer for girls’ games “in the same number and with equal enthusiasm” as boys’ games.


Unhappy Religious People Are Bad For Religion With Dennis Prager

Prager H2: Happiness Hour: A chronically unhappy religious person is a very bad advertisement for his religion. Religious people need to realize that they have a morally obligated to be outwardly happy.


Open Lines With Dennis Prager

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: how does one develop critical thinking skills; why doesn’t Dennis buy a Mac; how do you get a teenage boy who is drinking and smoking pot back on track; should parents circumcise their son or let him decide for himself when he grows up.



Bill Bennett – 2007-01-19

Thursday January 18, 2007

Mark Steyn Parody Songs With Bill Bennett

Bennett is joined by America alone author Mark Steyn, who weighs in on the Sandy Berger song parody contest with three tunes of his own.



Mike Gallagher – 2007-01-19


Wednesday January 17, 2007

Mitt Romney Interview With Mike Gallagher

Mike talks the former Massachusetts governor.


Mike Medved  

Michael Medved – 2007-01-19



Friday January 19, 2007

The Bush Presidential Library With Michael Medved

Medved H1: In this hour, Medved discusses the issues that are occurring with the placement of the Bush Presidential Library and how this situation compares to the placement Reagan Presidential Library.


Talking About Atheism With Michael Medved

Medved H2: In this hour Medved talks to Sam Harris, author of “Ten Myths and Truths about Atheism.”


Open Line Friday With Michael Medved

Medved H3: During this hour Medved talks to callers and reviews the movie “The Hitchhiker.”



JaySekulow – 2007-01-19


Jay Sekulow Live

Success in Senate – Challenges Ahead in House With Jay Sekulow

An important win in the Senate protecting churches and non-profits from free speech restrictions. But now the focus is on the House.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-01-19

The Reagan Ranch Center

Tuesday January 16, 2007

Dinesh D’Souza: The Enemy at Home With Young Americas Foundation

Young America’s Foundation speaker Dinesh D’Souza explains to a capacity crowd at St. John’s University the challenges America faces in the Middle East.


Jan 05 2007

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These are my radio picks for the weekend…


Friday January 5, 2007

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh discusses Senator John McCain’s attempt at clarification after his Vanity Fair interview, plus begins a long series on the Pentagon’s new grand strategy with Thomas P.M. Barnett.
Hewitt: Hour 2 – Fred and Mort discuss the political news of the week, Larry discusses the economic news of the week, including a huge jobs report, and Congressman Campbell updates us on Nancy’s 100 hours that changed nothing.

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Emmett begins his month-long odyssey into the 100 movies you have to see before you die.




Prager H1: Guest: Howard Zinn, leading leftist, professor emeritus at Boston University and college campus icon. His newest book is Original Zinn: Conversations on History and Politics. Best of Prager Hour. Originally recorded on August 30, 2006.

Prager H2: Human beings are, by nature, insatiable. This is a big cause of unhappiness. But knowing your nature is the first step toward controlling it. And controlling it leads to happiness. Best of Prager Hour. Originally recorded on April 14, 2006.

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: how can you be pro-life and pro-capital punishment; does lack of money bring unhappiness; should a conservative father let his kids stay with his leftist in-laws for a week; and does Dennis believe in an afterlife. Best of Prager Hour. Originally recorded on July 7, 2006

Prager Clips of the Week





Medved H1: Media bias in its full glory as Nancy Pelosi takes the gavel.

Medved H2: Home of the Brave, the first serious movie about veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Medved H3: Open line Friday, with movie reviews and Call of the Week.


First Amendment Rights for Chaplains With Jay Sekulow

Efforts intensify to protect the First Amendment rights of military chaplains when it comes to the issue of prayer.


Pelosi Party Crasher With Bill Bennett

Morning in America team member Lloyd, our “man on the street”, interviews people arriving for Nancy Pelosi’s Celebration Concert party Thursday night in Washington DC

Bennett talks to Senator John McCain, about Iraq, and the porous U.S. border



Getting Rid of the Pork: Can the Democrats Pull It Off? With Chuck Colson

Will it really happen? Will Congress really get rid of all those perks they have enjoyed so long—like flying on lobbyists’ jets and letting companies pay for luxurious “fact-finding” tours to Bora Bora and elsewhere?


Sunday January 7, 2007


Northern Alliance Radio Hour 1 With Northern Alliance Radio Network

Brian, John and Chad ring in the new year with the liberals in charge and what that might mean for you, Cindy Sheehan making a protest come back and Thomas Jefferson and the Koran.


Northern Alliance Radio Network Hour 2 With Northern Alliance Radio Network

In the second hour Brian, Chad and John discuss the war in Iraq, Iraq’s economy, and the execution of Sadaam Hussien, the Star Tribune and the Wall Street Jounrals editorials.


Northern Alliance Radio Network The Final Word Hour 1 With Northern Alliance Radio Network

With the King gone, Michael was joined by AAA and discussed the direction that the state of Minnesota was going to go now with the new government leaders in charge.


Northern Alliance Radio Network The Final Word Hour 2 With Northern Alliance Radio Network

Michael and AAA are joined by Brian Sullivan and discuss the state and national direction of the Republican party.


Northern Alliance Radio Network Hour 3 With Northern Alliance Radio Network


Northern Alliance Radio Network Hour 4 With Northern Alliance Radio Network

Mitch and Ed on the new Democrat majority in Congress and in the Minnesota State House.

Friday January 5, 2007

http://boss.streamos.com/download/Townhall/audio/mp3/fb3e32ef-c54b-4307-9891-586d0fb31731.mp3?siteid=PodCast THWJ: Michael Barone on President Ford and Is Nancy Pelosi a Victory for Women? With Bill Bennett, Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, Frank Pastore, Dennis Prager

On this week’s Townhall.com Weekend Journal: Hugh Hewitt speaks with columnist Michael Barone on the day of Ford’s death about the 38th President of the United States and the difficult times that the Ford presidency inherited; Michael Medved points out that there are some similarities between former President Ford and current President Bush; Dennis Prager shows why Saddam’s hanging was a great opportunity to evaluate the flaw in those opposed to the death penalty; and Nancy Pelosi was quick to claim her Speaker of the House position as a victory for women. Shortly after her acceptance speech, Michael Medved questioned whether it was really a victory for women. All this and more on this week’s Journal.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Vier Kleur Celebration

Hello, Africa!

Frank and John commemorate the 150-year anninversary of the Vier Kleur, the flags of the Transvaal and the Boerevolk.


Burt Prelutsky Interview

Self-confessed Hollywood conservative and author Burt Prelutsky talks about his book, Conservatives Are From Mars, Liberals Are From San Francisco. A writer who has been compared by some to Douglas Adams, Prelutsky sears the Left with politically-incorrect subject matter and personal experiences.


Political Pedophilia

Frank coins the phrase political pedophilia this week, to explain how the left uses children to further its causes and agendas. Just as every Communist country and two-bit dictator has done, the Left uses children, a more easily-digested image to represent the so-called disenfranchised, to expand government, elicit sympathy, and make their agenda seem to be a noble cause. But, as John of Staten Island notes, the Left does not care about anything expect power and controlling your lives.

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