Enjoy the second week of Louder With Crowder’s Cultural Appropriation Month! This week we honor the talented and tough culture of North Korea! Talking all things Tommy Robinson imprisonment, banned sex dolls, Jim Acosta’s latest blunder, Chicago trains and more. Derek Smalls of the band ‘Spinal Tap’ stops by to talk his new album and going solo, Dean Cain stops by to diss on Hollywood and Robert DeNiro, and Sargon of Akkad talks the state of free speech in Europe and Tommy Robinson.
في هذه الفقرة من هوى الأيام تستضيف ريتا خوري مديرة مشروع "السويد بالعربيةّ"، ناديا الجوهري في حديث حول حساب تويتر بالعربية التابع للمعهد السويدي..
Talking all things Trump and the fiasco at the border with a full history of where the policy actually came from and answering the question, “do all Asians look alike?”. Also discussing Sloth problems, Richard Painter’s new campaign ad, dedicated weed growers and more. Ben Shapiro and Anthony Cumia stop by for their usual shenanigans.
Charles Asbury’s newly digitized songs serve as a time capsule to the music of the 19th century.
It's Cultural Appropriation Month! Join us each week as we traverse the globe learning and appreciating all the beautiful cultures. Tonight, we honor Israel! Tune in as we debunk the Forbes top 100 athletes feminist backlash, Samantha Bee's fake apology and more. Governor Mike Huckabee and Razor fist stop by to discuss the week's top news stories!
Houndmouth in Studio Z at Port City Music Hall on September 21st.
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addresses the nation through his Radio Address, Mann Ki Baat. This month's episode sees citizens from various corners of the nation addressing their questions and suggestions to PM Modi
Amakuru ya BBC Gahuzamiryango yo kuwa 19/06/2018
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In honor of Women's History Month, the President and First Lady honored great “foremothers” of American music -- music legends and contemporary artists whose songs express the struggles and achievements of women. The program, “In Performance at the White House: Women of Soul,” included performances by Tessanne Chin, Melissa Etheridge, Aretha Franklin, Ariana Grande, Patti LaBelle, Janelle Monáe and Jill Scott, with Greg Phillinganes as music director. See more from behind the scenes. (Originally performed by Whitney Houston)
The desperate sobbing of 10 Central American children, separated from their parents one day last week by immigration authorities at the border, makes for excruciating listening. Many of them sound like they’re crying so hard, they can barely breathe. They scream “Mami” and “Papá” over and over again, as if those are the only words they know. The baritone voice of a Border Patrol agent booms above the crying. “Well, we have an orchestra here,” he jokes. “What’s missing is a conductor.” Then a distraught but determined 6-year-old Salvadoran girl pleads repeatedly for someone to call her aunt. Just one call, she begs anyone who will listen. She says she’s memorized the phone number, and at one point, rattles it off to a consular representative. “My mommy says that I’ll go with my aunt,” she whimpers, “and that she’ll come to pick me up there as quickly as possible.”
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on June 18, 2018. Failed immigration policy in the United States has continued to expose the radical left’s politically motivated agenda in undermining the rule of law at the southern border. The left wants to apply one set of rules for people breaking the law by crossing the border, and another for the rest of the criminals in the country. Leftists who have never supported family values are now advocating the importance of family, while trampling on the law. Also on today’s show, we discuss the shock waves going through German politics as one German M.P. discusses the possible end of Angela Merkel’s chancellorship. For these stories and more, listen to today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, hosted by Stephen Flurry.