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11/17/2016 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson - guests Meagen Gibson & Alex Howard discusses their documentary How I Created A Cult which examines EnlightenNext. How does it compare with other cults, and their leaders? Why do people join? Plenty of discussion and listener calls.
more than 200 films, with so many bones (broken), finally this is mine." Chan accepted his award from actors Michelle Yeoh , Chris Tucker and Tom Hanks, who repeatedly described him as "Chantastic." Coates was introduced by Nicole Kidman
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First Lady Michelle Obama is going to China with her children and her mother and no members of the press. We are paying for the trip and yet there willbe no press coverage. Guest host Michele McPhee asked whatever happened to the most transparent administration in history or so they claimed.
There is more and more evidence that Boston Marathon Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev aka Speed Bump is implicated in a triple murder that occurred in 2011. We spoke with ABC's lead investigative reporter Michele McPhee about this breaking story.
The federal government Web site www.fatherhood.gov offers a wide range of “tips” and resources for teaching men how to be a father, including “father-child” videos on healthy eating, teeth brushing and hand washing. The taxpayer-funded website, launched during the Clinton administration, is a project of the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, which is a part of Health and Human Services’ Office of Family Assistance. Should the government be spending money on a website telling fathers how to be dads?
Talking head babe and columnist Michelle Malkin joined us to talk about her new website Twitchy.com and to talk about the brouhaha surrounding Rush Limbaughs alleged misogynist comments.
The Senate’s top watchdog on government waste, in a new report Thursday, said taxpayer money has gone to fund such programs as Jell-O wrestling at the South Pole, testing shrimp’s exercise ability on a treadmill and a laundry-folding robot, all funded by the National Science Foundation. Sen. Tom Coburn, Oklahoma Republican, said he identified more than $3 billion in mismanagement at NSF, ranging from questionable studies to exorbitant operating costs, and in some cases duplication by the science agency of operations performed by other agencies. Should the govenment be wasting their money on this kind of things?