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May 27 2008

Bad News… Just Spin IT

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , — entry @ 18:14PM

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May 07 2008

ASYLUM – The game the family can play

Filed under: Satire — Tags: , , , , , , , , — entry @ 20:46PM

This afternoon a buddy of mine sent this over via email. Sadly the sentiments expressed have roots in our various countries immigration policies.

Good morning and welcome to a brand new edition of ASYLUM… Today’s programme features another chance to take part in our exciting competition….

Get into Britain and win a council house. We’ve already given away hundreds of millions of pounds and thousands of dream homes, courtesy of our sponsor, The British Taxpayer, and don’t forget, we’re now the fastest growing game on the planet.

Anyone can play, provided they don’t hold a valid British Passport. You only need to know one word of English… ASYLUM. Prizes include all expenses paid accommodation, cash benefits starting at 180 a week and a chance to earn thousands more begging, mugging and accosting drivers at traffic lights…

This competition is open to everyone buying a ticket or stowing away on one of our partner airlines, ferry companies or Eurostar. No application ever refused…!!

All you have to do is destroy all your papers and remember the magic password:- ASYLUM…

Only a few weeks ago 140 members of the Taliban family from Afghanistan were flown first class from Kabul to our international gateway at Stanstead where local law enforcement officers were on hand to fastrack them to their luxury 200 a night rooms in the fabulous four star Hilton Hotel…

They join tens of thousands of other lucky winners already staying in hostels all over Britain …

Our most popular destinations include the White Cliffs of Dover, the world famous Toddington Services area in historic Bedfordshire and the Benefits office at Croydon…

If you still don’t understand the rules, don’t forget there’s no need
to phone a friend or ask the audience. Just apply for legal aid..!!!
Hundreds of lawyers, social workers and counsellors are waiting to help, it won’t cost you a penny…

So play today. It could change your life forever. Iraqi terrorists,
Afghan dissidents, Albanian gangsters, Kosovan drug smugglers, Tamil tigers, bogus Bosnians, it doesn’t matter… COME ON DOWN..!!!

Be one of the tens of thousands of lucky winners in the softest game on earth. Roll up, roll up my friends for the game that never ends…

Everyone’s a winner when they play ASYLUM…!!!

May 03 2008

UK: It’s because I am Asian

Filed under: News — Tags: , , — entry @ 03:39AM

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Jun 01 2007

Swenglish Rantings Weekend Radio – 070601

Swenglish Rantings Radio

Paul & The Monkey Princess

Swenglish Rantings Weekend Radio


Listen to our latest Swenglish Rantings Radio Show

The Monkey Princess & Paul

in the Mornings

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

Norway Alerts Scandinavia Of Russian Nuclear Dump Explosion

Pervert Attempts to Kidnap 10yr old Swedish Schoolgirl

Dementia Causes Swedish Queen To Be Flown To Gothenburg

Northern Europes Rescue Boats Rushed To Gothenburg Sweden

Sweden Opens Embassy in Second Life

Swedish Court Orders Swedish City To House the Homeless

Temperatures Expected To Rise Across Sweden

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

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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 SRR20070601WEEKEND.wpl

Radio Sweden

Radio Sweden



Inside Sweden 2007-06-01

It`s a facet of life in Sweden that many Swedes won`t ever experience. Inside Sweden meets a journalist who wanted to change all that – and spent a year in a one of this country`s refugee reception centres – and wrote a book about her experiences. One senior citizen dropped off a sawn-off shotgun and one couple were relieved to get rid of a weapon they`d been hiding for decades. Sounds more like the wild west than Scandinavia – but it`s just one story from the three-month weapons amnesty that ended yesterday. Also, a disturbing report this week uncovers violence against disabled women – and it`s often carried out by their caregivers.



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-06-01


Soldiers of Misfortune: Children as Weapons

For 377 days, Gracia Burnham, an American missionary, was held captive by Abu Sayyaf, a Filipino group associated with Al Qaeda. During that time, she experienced horrors we can’t even imagine. She also gained an insight to one of the world’s most pressing issues.


Daily Commentary

Daily Commentary – 2007-06-01

David Davenport: Mitt Romney and Mormonism

Suddenly it’s everywhere–in newspaper headlines and on television documentaries. Mormonism is under a microscope as Mitt Romney runs for president of the United States. It’s 1960 again, when John Kennedy ran for president as a Catholic.


Medved: Lessons From Gaza

The contrast between Palestinian territories in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank provides powerful lessons for the USA.



The Cato Institute


A Discussion on The Age of Abundance: Part I

featuring David Brooks


Has Abundance Made Us Impulsive?

featuring Tom G. Palmer



WeatherBrains – 2007-05-28

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 70: “Next Generation”

May 28th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode 70 is now online (May 28, 2007) The netcast for people who love weather.

In this week’s episode:

NOAA Satellite LaunchWeatherBrains Extra: GOES-R … What will the next generation of weather satellites carry aloft, and what will it mean for weather forecasting? David Black gets a preview of GOES-R, planned for launch in December, 2014, from Tim Schmit, a NOAA satellite meteorologist assigned to the University of Wisconsin’s Space Science and Engineering Center;

NOAA LogoWhat’s In A Name: Last week we heard questions about funding and naming going on within NOAA, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administation. We’ll hear more from Bill Proenza, Director of the National Hurricane Center and Anson Franklin, Director of the NOAA Office of Communications;

WeatherBrains 101: Join us as Professor Peters looks into Evaporative Cooling;

A different sort of Weather Trouble Maker: James Spann shares details of the hostile encounter he had with a heckler while speaking about manmade global warming;

This Week In Weather History: What started as two days of heavy rains during this week in 1889 led to one of the greatest American disasters ever … and Bill Murray looks at what happened in 1879, when politics set tornado forecasting back more than half a decade;

“Funny, you don’t look like a weather man…” J. B. Elliott recalls a young visitor’s vision of what forecasters are supposed to look like…

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

Websites featured in this episode:

Proposed NWS website changes

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!


THE GO BAG !! OK it’s time to save your lives so at least pay some attention unless you are already an expert and know everything. If you do know everything, email your list to me and include a bit on the meaning of life. James Underberg “Z” “The Battle” Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com “Cool Rock” Peter John Ross “Drone” Jasmine Ash “The Ride” Hardmoon “Magorish”




Jerry Newberry – 2007-06-01

Hr 1: Cindy Sheehan and an Identity Theft Scam

Randy and Jerry open the show and discuss Cindy Sheehan and a new identity theft scam aimed at the families of American Servicemen and women.


Hr 2: Talk with Col. Ed Mason about Military’s Combatting Identity Theft

Randy and Jerry Welcome Col. Ed Mason to discuss the Military’s effort to combat a nerfarious and despicable new identity theft scam.


Hr 3: A Demand for a Fair Settlement for a Newly Married Soldier

Randy and Jerry call up a facility in Overland Park, Kansas, and demand that a fair settlement is given to a newly married soldier getting ready to be deployed to Iraq.


Hr 4: Discussion with Former Reagan Aide, K.T. McFarland

The National Defense welcomes former Reagan aide K.T. McFarland to discuss the issues facing today’s military.



Weekend Journal – 2007-06-01

David Aikman: Silencing the Critics

We’ve gotten used to the insults and rants from Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, whose best friend is Fidel Castro and who hates everything that America stands for.




Sandra O’Connell & Harry Butowsky

Sandra O’Connell and Harry Butowsky discuss the wartime experiences of Ralph “Lee” Minker and the book, An American Family in World War II, based on the letters written to and from his family. Originally aired 05/31/07.



Hello, Africa! Flag


This is a Great Program

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

Waiting on Podcast.

Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager – 2007-06-01



Kidnapped BBC Correspondent Speaks

Prager H1: BBC Correspondent Alan Johnston has been a hostage in Gaza since March 12. A video of him blaming the US, Israel and the UK for all the world’s problems has just been released… Norway sends money to Hamas – for civilian purposes. Oh, please. This is supporting terrorism, plain and simple… The world isn’t that morally complex. The problem is people just don’t want to face evil. It’s a lot easier and safer to attack GW. You can do that all day and not get hurt.


The Happiness Hour: Fight Your Moods

Prager H2: It’s so easy to give in to your moods, but to be happy you have fight them. You have to control your moods; you can’t let them control you.


Open Lines

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: what does Dennis listen to on his iPod; does Dennis ever get booed at speeches; how does Dennis feel about chewing tobacco; does Dennis support the Cuban trade embargo; what happened to masculine stoicism; isn’t a consumption tax unfair to retirees because they’ve already paid their taxes; how does Dennis feel about Internet gambling.


Highlights of the week 06/01/07

A compilation of clips from this past week.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-06-01

Hugh Hewitt’s Blog


Joe Klein

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh spends the hour in a contentious interview with Time Magazine political correspondent Joe Klein about Joe’s column this week bashing Mitt Romney.


Fred Barnes, Morton Kondracke, David Allen White

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks politics of the week with the Fox News Channel Beltway Boys, takes calls reacting to the Joe Klein interview last hour, and discusses his monthly Shakespeare segment with Professor David Allen White.


Emmett of the Unblinking Eye, Tarzana Joe

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Emmett’s list? The top ten pregnancy movies in honor of the opening this weekend of Knocked Up. Later in the hour, Tarzana Joe concludes the week with an ode to babyhood.



Bill Bennett – 2007-06-01

Immigration Debate – Stephen Moore vs. Mark Krikorian

Bill Bennett moderates a vigorous debate on Immigration Policy between Stephen Moore, Editorial Board Member, Wall Street Journal, and Mark Krikorian, Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies, and NRO Contributor.



Mike Gallagher – 2007-06-01


Chris Wallace

Mike has fun on his weekly segment with FOX News’ Chris Wallace.


TB Andrew

Mike thinks the circumstances surrounding tuberculosis patient Andrew Speaker don’t add up.


Mike Medved

Michael Medved – 2007-06-01



“Mr. President, this doesn’t make any sense”

Medved H1: Medved is sickened by President Bush’s drive for solving the AIDS crisis abroad with taxpayer-dollars.



JaySekulow – 2007-06-01


Jay Sekulow Live

Taking Your Questions

On the broadcast today, phone lines are open for your comments and questions. Also, an update on our efforts to protect patriotic expression.



John Hinderaker – 2007-06-01

Northern Alliance Radio Network

Final Word, Hr 1: Discussion with Rep. Laura Brod (R- New Prague)

King and Michael visit with Rep. Laura Brod (R-New Prague) on conservative victories in the legislative session and poor behavior of the DFL at the end of the session. They also discuss the DUI arrest of MN Senate President James Metzen.


Final Word, Hr 2: Rep. Kurt Zellers and MN Republican Party Chair, Ron Carey.

Michael and King discuss the end of the legislative session with Rep. Kurt Zellers of Maple Grove and state Republican party chair Ron Carey.



David Strom – 2007-05-29

The TaxPayers League

Hr 1: Interview with Governor Pawlenty

David and Margaret interview Governor Pawlenty about legislative session and state’s economy. Philip Krinkie President of the Tax Payer’s League gives Capitol Report on legislative session and Larry Pougemiller’s actions.


Hr 2: Interview with Star Tribune Columnist, Rachel Paulose

David and Margaret interview Star Tribune columnist Kathy Kersten about her article “The Real Rachel Paulose: What They Didn’t Tell You” describing qualifications of United States attorney for Minnesota.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-06-01

The Reagan Ranch Center

Tammy Bruce: How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life

Best-Selling author and radio talk show host Tammy Bruce explains how Ronald Reagan helped change her worldview. From her own personal experience, she also provides insight into how the liberals and conservatives view the world differently.


Jonathan Schanzer: Know Thy Enemy—Radical Islam and the War on “Terror”

Jonathan Schanzer, the Director of Policy at the Jewish Policy Center briefs campus activist on the challenges America faces in the Middle East and how the United States can defeat those leading the radical Islamist movement. This speech was part of Young America’s Foundation’s Club 100 Reagan Ranch Retreat which brings together the top conservative student activists in the country.


Zell Miller: America’s Enemies—Foreign and Domestic

Harold Simmons Lecturer, Senator Zell Miller, spoke to more than 1,700 students at the University of the Cumberlands in Kentucky on defending America from foreign and domestic threats to our freedom. As the inaugural Harold Simmons Lecturer, Senator Miller is touring college campuses across the country through Young America’s Foundation.


Michelle Malkin: The Enemies of Free Speech

Michelle Malkin discusses how radical Jihadists and campus liberals attempt to squash freedom of speech to more than 400 students at Loyola Marymount University. This event occurred as part of Young America’s Foundation’s campus lecture program.



Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report



Neil’s Common Sense – 2007-06-01

Neil Cavuto



John Gibson’s My Word


War On Christmas




Bill O’Reilly’s latest Talking Points Memo – 2007-06-01


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