• The Love Curse of the MN Vikings: Open Letters to Bradford, Bridgewater and Peterson
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    The Love Curse of the MN Vikings: Open Letters to Bradford, Bridgewater and Peterson I am just like you. Like you, I have a favorite NFL team. Perhaps we share the same team, perhaps not. Like you, I’m no expert in football but again, like you, I’ve watched a lot of games. Every Sunday and Monday. And now sometimes on Thursday. And watching a lot of football has -- well, you know -- pretty much made me an expert. Just like you. I love the Minnesota Vikings. I don’t know why. Season after season of disappointment, regret and shame. I blame "The Curse." Okay, to be fair, we all know that curses don’t actually exist. Except for the one on the MN Viking, obviously! Maybe there is no curse. Maybe all the other Super Bowl winners catch lucky breaks and the Vikings just happen to catch unlucky breaks. Repeat. Or maybe it’s Murphy’s Law. Or maybe it’s the coaching staff. Or the owner. Or the players. Or the fans. Or the curse. Whatever it is, it certainly is exciting. I mean, the 1998 Vikings go 15-1 and still find a way for “Automatic Anderson” to miss a field goal and lose in the Championship game. I’m sure eighties / early nineties Bills fans feel…
    Written on Thursday, 27 April 2017 21:18 in News & Information Read 5 times
  • Made in America: Transportation made in the U.S.A.
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    Made in America: Transportation made in the U.S.A. So you’ve built the all-American home, furnished it with American-made appliances and furniture, filled the fridge with food made in the U.S.A. and use American energy sources to run your appliances, lights and heat. But America is vast, and you want to see it all. If you tried to travel 2,680 miles in any direction in almost any country, you’d end up in an ocean. But not in America. The U.S.A. is known for its diversity, both demographically and geographically. That geographic diversity wouldn’t be possible if America wasn’t the third largest nation. That vastness requires transportation solutions in order for Americans to see their nation. American-made Shoes When you’re not going far, you can walk in American-made shoes. I would recommend Keen for all-purpose shoes. I’ve been wearing a pair I got at an REI garage sale for about five years. Red Wing and Wolverine make the best boots money can buy. My dad has worn Red Wing boots to work for over 40 years and has a pair of Wolverine galoshes for wet days. Schnee’s in Bozeman, Montana, makes the best hiking boots I’ve seen. There aren’t many options for sneakers made in America, but SOM Footwear is…
    Written on Thursday, 27 April 2017 17:33 in News & Information Read 5 times
  • Erin Moran Had Been Battling Stage 4 Throat Cancer – Your Questions Answered
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    Erin Moran Had Been Battling Stage 4 Throat Cancer – Your Questions Answered The 56 year old actress was receiving chemotherapy and radiation treatment for throat cancer. A statement released by her husband, Steve Fleischmann, revealed she had back in 2016 woke up noticing a small amount of blood on her pillow case thinking she had bitten her tongue. A biopsy later revealed she had squamous cell carcinoma on her left tonsil. The cancer eventually spread not allowing her to eat or drink and she required a feeding tube. This week she died peacefully at home in bed next to her husband and the coroner revealed the cancer had spread to her spleen and brain. According to Erin Moran’s costar, Anson Williams who played Potsie, “She kept very quiet”……”We all kept quiet too, out of respect for Erin. She couldn’t speak, but her texts were very [positive].” What is “Throat Cancer?” The throat, pharynx, is divided into three parts. Nasopharynx – above the soft palate, the upper part of the throat behind the nose Oropharynx – between the soft palate and the epiglottis, the middle part of the throat including the back wall, sides, tonsils and posterior 1/3 (back) of the tongue. Hypopharynx – the lowest part that leads to the esophagus and…
    Written on Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:17 in News & Information Read 31 times
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis: Lessons Learned Today?
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    The Cuban Missile Crisis: Lessons Learned Today? Is another Cuban Missile Crisis at hand between the U.S. and North Korea? A little history can tell us just how dangerous a nuclear confrontation can be. Fifty-four years ago, America faced another perilous moment and was on the brink of a nuclear war. The Russians were building missile sites in Cuba, allowing the potential for an all out nuclear attack on the United States. Younger Americans today are not aware of how close the world came to nuclear war, as historians would argue that this would become the most dangerous moment up to that time in human history. In the fall of 1962, I had traveled to England to undertake post-graduate work in English Literature at Cambridge University. From breakfast seminars to daytime lectures, then afternoon readings and evening tutorials, I was immersed in English literature. International politics and foreign intrigue were the furthest things from my mind — that was, until the Cuban missile crisis. I had rented a room in the house of an English family who lived a few blocks from the Cambridge campus. Mrs. Davenport, the lady of the house, awakened me at 2:00 A.M. on October 22, 1962. She said a neighbor had just…
    Written on Wednesday, 26 April 2017 14:57 in News & Information Read 16 times
  • The Two Billion Dollar Hollywood Writer's Strike (that might not happen).
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    The Two Billion Dollar Hollywood Writer's Strike (that might not happen). On Monday, members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) overwhelmingly voted for their union to strike. This gives the union permission to strike but does not necessarily mean they will strike. The current WGA contract expires on May 1st and negotiation between the union and studios continue. The last WGA strike was in 2007-8 and cost the state of CA approximately $2 billion dollars and about $250 million in lost wages for writers. In 2007 the strike was about the usual suspects - wage increase, & health care but mainly about streaming residuals. You see, if a writer writes something and it airs, the writer gets a “residual payment” when the program (or film) shows and / or when a DVD sells. Actors, directors, executive producers, producers all have similar deals depending on the media. The problem was with said residuals for streaming service. How much, if anything, does a writer get when someone streams said content from the web. At the time this whole streaming thing was up and coming and the previous WGA contract had never considered “streaming” to be much of a thing so contracts focused on DVD sales and ancillary rights for cable service (HBO,…
    Written on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 21:15 in News & Information Read 20 times
Host: Bradlee Dean, of Sons of Liberty


The Lord shall bring a nation against thee from far, from the end of the earth, as swift as the eagle flieth; a nation whose tongue thou shalt not understand; A nation of fierce countenance"  -Deuteronomy 28:49-50

In May of 2011, I had the opportunity to give the opening prayer to the House of Representatives at the state capital in Minnesota.  That door was opened at the request of a local representative named Ernie Leidiger R-District 47 A, to which I gladly responded.
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Host: Bradlee Dean, of Sons of Liberty





"Terrorism is the best political weapon for nothing drives people harder than a fear of sudden death."
-- Adolf Hitler

Yesterday, The Clarion project brought us "Perhaps the Most Barbaric ISIS Execution Video Ever."

Is it not amazing how these videos are conveniently distributed, as well as done professionally with jib arms and duel cameras? Of course, it would not be complete without sound effects, which are all inclusive.

The messag...... read more
Host: Erskine, Erskine Overnight


Erskine Overnight
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December 17rd & 18th 2016 Saturday/Sunday
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Hour 1

Lowell Ponte  is the man for all reasons. He worked as Roving Editor of Reader's Digest for 15 years reporting in 33 countries. He hosted radio talk programs that were syndicated to over 300 stations. He's the author of (1976) The Cooling...... read more
Host:  Jim Brown , Jim Brown's Common Sense



Remember the old knock on presidential candidate John Kerry back in the 2004 presidential election? "I was for it before I was against it." Today, about the single worst charge that can be made against any conservative Republican politician is that they support Obamacare.  President-Elect Trump said during the recent campaign that his first act would be to abolish Obamacare. And the key component is requiring every citizen to buy health insurance.

But here's the problem for GOP legislators. For decad...... read more
From Michael Olson, host of the Food Chain


This Saturday at 9am Pacific, Michael Olson's Food Chain Radio Show hosts Elaine Khosrova, author of Butter: A Rich History, for a conversation about our relationship with butter.

This Saturday at 9am Pacific, Michael Olson's Food Chain Radio Show hosts Elaine Khosrova, author of Butter: A Rich History, for a conversation about our relationship with butter.

Topics include a look at our history with butter; why the powers-that-be tried to talk us out of our relationship with...... read more