Bestselling author Tom Woods responds to radio host Mark Levin's attack on the prolific and crucially important free-market economist Murray Rothbard.Read more »
FEMA is conducting a test of the EAS on November 9, 2011 at 2PM EST. The URL will fill you in on the official scoop. It remains unclear if cell phones will be affected according to AT&T. The test will take over all 'digital' traffic for up to 3½ minutes.
Where was FEMA on September 10, 2001? Setting up in New York for a 'test' of emergency preparedness. The test event was to be a terrorist attack, flying airliners into tall buildings.Read more »
In a controversial move the French government has said that it will enforce a law so that the words 'Facebook' and 'Twitter' will not be allowed to be spoken on the television or on the radio.Read more »
TMR aka Team Minaj Radio for Nicki Minaj fans. So if you're a Nicki Minaj fan you'd might want to listen. <33333333Read more »
NPR gets about 2% of its direct funding from the U.S. government, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. For NPR's member stations, CPB funding is about 10% of their total, with other federal, state, and local government sources kicking in another 6%.Read more »
A Brooklyn panhandler whose "golden radio voice" made him an overnight web sensation was stuck in Ohio Wednesday afternoon - delaying his long-awaited reunion with his mother in New York.Read more »
Be sure to read the updates in the Youtube video description. It would be a shame for such apparent talent not to be tapped.Read more »
Friday night the 12th of November we welcome back Matthew Heines the Author of Deception Of The Ages to talk about his living in Oman and teaching History there, plus much more. Its all starts 9pm EST 6pm PSTRead more »
TV shows can get four-letter filthy after an appeals court ruling Tuesday declared the Federal Communications Commission's indecency rule unconstitutional.
The ruling, with provocative implications for evening TV, prompted cheers and jeers - and means the F-word might soon air on a network near you.Read more »
A hairdresser has been hit with a £1,500 bill for having a radio on while giving customers a trim.
Manager Neil Hull had bought a music licence from music royalties body, the Performing Rights Society (PRS), which he believed allowed him to play pop music in public.
However, a SECOND royalties collector, the Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL), told a court that he needed a further music licence from IT to put the radio or CDs on.Read more »
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