Monthly Archives: August 2015

Post-Debate Debriefing #1, Tonight at 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

UPDATE: On Friday night, BlogTalk Radio was having technical difficulties that prevented me from connecting to the studio or, when I was connected, from being heard. So we’re trying the show again on Saturday night. I’ve placed the new link below, but it’s also here.

Tonight let’s discuss the first GOP Presidential Debate–reportedly the most-watched non-sport cable broadcast of all time! Who surprised you? Who disappointed you? Who enraged you, and why? Call in or participate in the chat and let me know!

I have a few other stories I want to discuss as well; see Program Notes, below, for the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Mainstream media surprised by Republican debate as Rubio, Cruz, Fiorina score

Why I’m Running For President and How I’ll Re-Establish American Leadership in the World

Flashback (2013): Carly Fiorina Attacks Cruz: ‘No Honor’ In Fight to Defund Obamacare

Blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh, fourth this year

Brazilian radio host shot while on air is the fourth journalist killed in the country this year

The Confession of Arian Foster

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When the Language of Truth is “Problematic” or “Unhelpful,” Tonight at 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

Leftists create college and university speech codes that label certain terms–terms used to communicate important truths–as “problematic.” Republican politicians deem certain ways of expressing the truth as “unhelpful.” What should be done? This issue and more on tonight’s show. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

Join in live, either by phone or in the chatroom!

The show can be accessed here.

To access the show’s page at BlogTalk Radio, which will allow you to check out a past episode or to subscribe via iTunes and other services, use this link.

To access the iTunes store page for “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard,” where you can find past episodes, subscribe, and leave ratings and reviews (pretty please!), use this link.

Finally, if you would like to support the show financially, please donate using your Pay Pal account or Credit Card here.

Program Notes

Bias-Free Language Guide claims the word ‘American’ is ‘problematic’ HT The Blaze

Lead Iran Deal Negotiator Responds To Ted Cruz: “We All Understand We’re In A Presidential Silly Season”

Cruz Slams Romney, Bush Over Iran: GOP Too “Scared” To Speak The Truth

Jindal: Cruz’s Iran Remarks Not “Helpful,” Critics Should Be “Voice of Reason” HT Bosch Fawstin

Iran publishes book on how to outwit US and destroy Israel

Sen. Cruz Introduces Legislation Clarifying Congressional Review Period for Iran Nuclear Deal HT Rob Abiera

Conservatives Successfully Defeat Egregious Corporate Welfare: Export-Import Bank Remains Expired

Hold the phone, Central! Cellphone radiation can cause cancer: study

Oxidative mechanisms of biological activity of low-intensity radiofrequency radiation HT Deborah Sloan

Cellphones a significant factor for increased risk of brain cancer

Assailant in Garland, Texas, attack bought gun in 2010 under Fast and Furious operation HT Stuart Hayashi

Inside Obama’s Stealth Startup HT Rob Abiera

Intel’s 3D memory is 1,000 times faster than modern storage HT Rob Abiera

The U.S. Doubled Its Farm Production In Just 60 Years. Here’s How HT Rob Abiera

Facebook’s Solar Powered Unmanned Plane, Aquila

The First Fashion Collection 3D-Printed At Home

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