Episode #868: The New Phil Hendrie Show  

Frank Grey comes on to host 'Frank Grey's Hollywood' with Davick Bannah, stunt man Rick Silk, and Margaret Grey. They talk about the great shows they produced like 'Bunkhouse,' 'The Rosemary Clooney Adventure Hour,' and 'The Sarsaparilla Kid.' The BSP Classic Hour is from December 1999. Dr. Jeff Dowder is proposing that America pay reparations to the people of Hawaii for dismantling and muffing up their government. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 20,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more... Sign up now at!

RLC (2017-03-28) América española exagera el paisaje y la idiosincracia de España  

En el programa de hoy se han analizado las noticias internacionales y nacionales con la colaboración de D. Gustavo Pareja, desde Ecuador y D. Antonio García-Trevijano. En la sección técnica ha colaborado Isabel Valero. Pueden consultar toda la información sobre el movimiento MCRC y como colaborar con nosotros en la página web: Pueden enviar sus preguntas mediante un mensaje de voz de Whatsapp al +34 605 02 34 73, además de a nuestra dirección de correo electrónico buzó

133: Satisfying Your Golf Craving in Minutes with Andy Johnson  

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Andy Johnson. Andy is the founder and editor of online golf blog, the Fried Egg.

After playing competitively on the amateur circuit for years, he found himself working a 9-5 job. His time for golf and keeping up to date with golf news started disappearing quickly.

Andy started the fried egg in December 2015 with the goal of creating an easier way for golf fans to stay up to date with the golf world. The newsletter, sent every Monday, Wednesday and Friday is designed to give you all of the yolk and none of the shell leaving you feeling like a PGA Tour insider in just a couple of minutes.

Andy Johnson Background

Andy got into golf at the age of 10, after seeing Tiger Woods and Steve Scott play in the final of the US Amateur in 1996.
From that day on, his Chicago summers were spent at the golf course. He caddied and worked at a few area country clubs and played countless rounds at a local course.
Andy got good enough to play in high school and ended up playing a year of college golf.
Andy worked for years in the Chicago tech world, which is how he first got involved with writing. He eventually combined his love for writing and golf in 2015 and started the Fried Egg.

Highlights from this Episode

How Andy writes – he doesn’t consider himself a ‘natural writer’, and needs to do certain things to get in the zone. We talk about all of the other things that are involved in writing, that need to happen to publish high quality content.
Andy writes a lot about golf course design and architecture. We talk about what makes a great course, and some of his favorite courses.
We talk about some resources and ways Andy has found to ‘think’ his way around the golf course, and thinking through what needs to be done in certain situations.
Some of the coolest experiences Andy has had since starting the Fried Egg. He has made some great connections through writing, such as interviewing Tom Doak – one of the greatest golf course designers to ever live.
Andy’s take on the Masters, who he is tipping to perform well, and who he thinks will win.

Caddy Shack or Happy Gilmore?
Happy Gilmore

What would be your "walk-up song" to the tee?

The Allman Brothers – Blue Sky

Who would you like to spend a day on the course with, and where?

Ben Crenshaw at National Golf Links of America

What has you most excited moving into 2017?

The fact that Spring is in sight, and redoing our website with new, more in-depth content.

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Merrill Markoe & Howie Klein  

Comedy Writer and Author Merrill Markoe is prominently featured on CNN's critically acclaimed new history of comedy. She is a multiple Emmy award winning comedy writer who was instrumental in the creation of David Letterman's landmark series on NBC. Merrill is also the author of several bestselling books including Cool Calm and Contentious, Nose Down Eyes Up, Walking In Circles Before Lying Down and What Dogs Have Taught Me. Howie Klein is the founder and treasurer of the Blue America PAC which raises money for progressive candidates and writes the Down With The Tyranny Blog. On our show Merrill talks dogs, dogs and more dogs. And Trump, gall bladders, mothers, and dogs. Howie talks special elections coming up and whose head will soon be on a stick outside the White House. Merrill Markoe has authored three books of humorous essays and the novels It’s My F—ing Birthday and What the Dogs Have Taught Me which have been all published by Villard Books/Random House Publishing Group. She has also co-authored with Andy Prieboy the novel The Psycho Ex Game. Then there are the two talking dog novels: Walking in Circles Before Lying Down ( 2006 )which is now in its 24th printing and Nose Down, Eyes Up which was published by Random house in 2009 A fourth book of humorous essays, published by Random house  is called Cool, Calm and Contentious. You definitely should buy it. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. More David @ Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for brand new episodes of our show featuring a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. Check out our new You Tube channel. More about David: David writes for Triumph The Insult Comic Dog's series on Hulu and Maya and Marty on NBC. David has also won three Prime Time Emmys for comedy writing, as well as four Writers Guild Awards. He has also written on ABC's Roseanne, HBO's Dennis Miller Live, HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Academy Awards, The Emmys, and countless roasts on Comedy Central. Get Social With David: Facebook: Twitter: Subscribe to his audio podcast: iTunes: Become a subscriber to our podcast! When you join for only a $5 monthly subscription donation you’ll gain access to the David Feldman Premium Content, featuring bonus material from the funniest comedians who have been guests on the show. We accept all major credit cards. Join today and help support the show!

Diario de As América #369: Me duelen los Oakland Raiders  

La gran noticia del día es, por supuesto, la confirmación de que los Raiders jugarán en Las Vegas a partir del año 2020 y que Oakland se queda sin equipo de la NFL. Por eso está conmigo Gus Orriols, uno de los grandes representantes de la Raider Nation en España, para que me cuente como lo ven y como lo están llevando. Además, Sergio Andrés me habla sobre el catastrófico estado de los Cleveland Cavaliers; ojo que esto no sea ya algo serio.

TICM 122 | Jordan Harbinger | How To Build Social Capital  

Jordan Harbinger is known as an entrepreneur, talk show host and world-renowned social dynamics expert.

He is the co-founder of The Art of Charm, and has helped develop one of the leading self-development programs in the world, with a special expertise in social capital, relationship-building and authentic rapport. He is also the host of The Art of Charm Podcast, where he interviews leading entrepreneurs, celebrities, writers and experts about psychology, performance, life and success. Can you imagine how I felt when he said yes to coming on the show?

For all his work in the field, Forbes named Jordan one of the 50 best relationship-builders in the world, and Inc. Magazine recently called him “the Charlie Rose of Podcasting.”

He is a  former Wall Street attorney who speaks five languages. Not bad right? He has spent several years abroad in Europe and the developing world, including South America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. He has worked for various governments and NGOs overseas, traveled through war zones, led several trips through North Korea, and been kidnapped—twice. (The only reason he’s still alive and kicking is because of his ability to talk his way into (and out of) just about any situation.)

In the interview, we talk about what it was like to start podcasting from the very beginning, back in 2006. His show gets about 3,000,000 downloads a month now, but who the heck was my guest when he first started.

We also completely disagree with each other in terms of business owners starting a podcast and leveraging it for their business. That’s right in the beginning so make sure to dive in.

We also talk about the concept of social capital. How to create, how to leverage it and ultimately, how to be a freaking boss in all areas of life because you know how to harness it.

This is one episode you listen to at least twice because my guest gives a great framework in terms of tapping into the power of social capital and tons of great stories as well. 

As always, the video version of the interview is on the Youtube channel, so if you are curious to all of our mannerisms and want to watch us in action, go to Jay WongTV

Show and links for the episode is



ANNOUNCEMENT:  I am starting a NEW show and it’s not just a podcast and we are not doing interviews. In fact, I want you to create the show with me. Kinda like crowdfunding, but without the money and only using your questions so it’s 120% relevant to you. The fans of this show.

In fact, I want you to create the show with me. Kind of like crowdfunding, but without the money and only using your questions so it’s 120% relevant to you. The fans of this show.

Sound interesting?

Ok, it is going to be a weekly LIVE stream show, on multiple channels, with the opportunity for a select few to ask me direct questions about the obstacles in your life, or business, or mindset, or how it feels being an Asian entrepreneur in North America. 


We are going to go places where we have never gone on this show because we are not bound by interviews. We are going to make it our own changemakers.


It is going to be a live show, every Wednesday at noon. So we can hang out once a week.

It is a total experiment, but I am honestly so excited.


IF you are just as excited and have a question in regards to anything to do with mindset, personal development or even a deeper question that you have been wondering about me, my business and the world, I invite you to ask it at

Once again, that is

We are kick starting this next Wednesday (April 5th) and I would LOVE to give you secret access to one of the rooms. I’ll explain more getting closer to the date. 


For now, just go to and make sure you are there when it happens :)  


Ok, no more delays here is the powerhouse episode featuring Jordan Harbinger.

Bill Hemmer  

Co-host of FOX News Channel's America's Newsroom Bill Hemmer checks in with the I-Man.

Bruce Shapiro, is Australia more than Anzac? Australia's nuclear boycott.  

Bruce Shapiro's America; the Honest History Book challenges the dominance of the Anzac myth in our history. Why Australia is boycotting a nuclear disarmament conference for the first time

Show 1763 A Crummy Ranking of the Crummy Presidents and Evil Teddy  

Show 1763 A Crummy Ranking of the Crummy Presidents and Evil Teddy

This ACU show consist of two episodes from the Tom Woods Show.

 Selection 1-  A Crummy Ranking of the Crummy Presidents

C-SPAN recently posted the results of a survey of presidential historians, where they were asked to rank the presidents. Good grief, folks. I discuss some of the results.

Presidential Survey Discussed

C-SPAN Presidential Historians Survey

Free Course Mentioned

The Presidents: 10 Worst and 10 Best

Books Mentioned

33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask
The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History
Real Dissent: A Libertarian Sets Fire to the Index Card of Allowable Opinion


Presidential Quiz Mentioned

Presidents Quiz, by Clyde Wilson

Article Mentioned

Ralph Raico on Harry Truman

Resource Page Mentioned

Why World War II Did Not Lift the U.S. Out of the Depression

Episode Mentioned

Ep. 166 The Evil Teddy (Joel McDurmon)


Selection 2- The Evil Teddy

Joel McDurmon, author of American Fascist: The Real Theodore Roosevelt, joins Tom. Check out Joel’s other books, too: How to Argue with a Liberal…and Win! and Restoring America One County at a Time.

Silenced Movie Review  

Silenced is a movie about censorship and free speech in America. AJ teaches you vocabulary from the movie.

The Practical Principles of Parenting With Love and Logic - An Interview with Dr. Jim Fay Part 1  

He's become one of America's most sought after presenters in the fields of parenting, positive discipline, and classroom management. Along with Foster Cline, MD, he's the co-founder of The Love and Logic Institute and co-author of the bestseller, Parenting with Love and Logic. Jim Fay has over 30 years of experience in education, serving in public, private and parochial schools in a variety of roles including elementary education, art and music teacher, school principal and administrator. He's been consulting and speaking about parenting and education for more than 30 years founding the school, Consultant Services, which is the sister company to the Cline Fay Institute in 1977.

A Surgeon, a Comedian and an Astrophysicist Walk Into a Podcast  

Maeve visits heartthrob astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson at the Natural History Museum to chat about global migration and moving to Mars. She calls up socio-political comedian W. Kamau Bell about speaking truth to power using jokes. And she talks with Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef about finding his footing in America - and his hopes of playing more than just the role of Terrorist #3 in action movies.

The Green Hornet - A Question Of Time (03-02-46)  

A Question Of Time (Aired March 2, 1946)
The Green Hornet fought crime with his high-powered car, the Black Beauty. He also utilized a gun that fired knockout gas instead of bullets. His fists also came in handy on a regular basis. He was assisted by his Filipino valet, Kato. Kato would drive the Black Beauty, keep watch out for the police or the bad guys and sometimes lend a helping fist to the fighting. The Green Hornet pretended to be a villain while really battling the forces of crime in the big city. This would make for some interesting plot twists as the Green Hornet would be actively avoiding detection by the police while at the same time attempting to destroy criminal activity in the city. THIS EPISODE: March 2, 1946. ABC network, WXYZ, Detroit origination, Michelson syndication. "A Question Of Time". Commercials deleted. WFAA, Dallas aircheck. The Hornet stops a plan to sell a secret formula to Nazis hiding is South America. A small clock provides the clue. Robert Hall, George W. Trendle (creator, producer), Charles D. Livingstone (director), Lee Allman, Gilbert Shea, Rollon Parker, Dan Beattie (writer), Hal Neal (announcer). 25:26. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.

FDR3634 Why The Fake News Media Keeps Losing | Mike Cernovich and Stefan Molyneux  

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On Sunday March 26th, 2016, 60 Minutes did a highly rated expose on Fake News: "The phrase 'fake news' has been used by Trump to discredit responsible reporting that he dislikes. But 60 Minutes’ investigation looks at truly fake news created by con-artists."

While examining websites which create admittedly fictional hoax stories and Russian bots which can inflate social media statistics - Scott Pelley took aim at lawyer Mike Cernovich, in a segment which only further demonstrated the mainstream media's dishonesty.

Mike Cernovich is a lawyer, filmmaker and the bestselling author of “Gorilla Mindset: How to Control Your Thoughts and Emotions to Live Life on Your Terms” and “MAGA Mindset: How to Make You and America Great Again.” Cernovich is also the producer of the film documentary “Silenced. Our War On Free Speech.”

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Bad for America - 3.27  

Sean sat down with legendary news anchor Ted Koppel to do an interview that lasted nearly an hour!  That interview was boiled down to a few minutes, but the biggest highlight was Koppel calling Hannity "bad for America."  Listen to the exchange and determine for yourself if Sean is "bad for America" or if, perhaps, Koppel might have a liberal media agenda!

The Sean Hannity Show is live weekdays from 3 pm to 6 pm ET on iHeartRadio and

On new Census data and a divided America  

Bill Frey, senior fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program, breaks down what the newly released Census population estimates for 2016 reveal about America's divided politics, Trump's presidency, and the future of Democrats. 

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The Fibber McGee & Molly Show - The Bank Statement (04-24-45)  

The Bank Statement (Aired April 24, 1945)
Timer. 79 Wistful Vista was one of America’s most famous addresses and Molly’s warning to Fibber not to open the hall closet door (and his subsequent decision to do it) created one of radio’s best remembered running gags that audiences expected each week. Jim Jordan (Fibber) was born on a farm on November 16, 1896, near Peoria, Illinois. Marian Driscoll (Molly), a coal miner’s daughter, was born in Peoria on November 15, 1898. After years of hardship and touring in obscurity on the small-time show biz circuit, they arrived in Chicago in 1924, where they eventually performed on thousands of shows and developed 145 different voices and characters. Broadcast to the nation from WMAQ/Chicago, the show entertained America until March 1956, and continued on NBC’s Monitor until 1959. Jim Jordan died on April 1, 1988. Marian Jordan died on April 7, 1961. THIS EPISODE: April 24, 1945. "The Bank Statement" - NBC network. Sponsored by: Johnson's Wax. Fibber tries to use the phone to complain about his bank statement. Phil Leslie (writer), Don Quinn (writer), Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan, Harlow Wilcox, Billy Mills and His Orchestra, The King's Men, Marlin Hurt, Shirley Mitchell, Bea Benaderet, Arthur Q. Bryan. 29:50. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.

The Life and Music of Chuck Berry  

How Chuck Berry helped invent rock n' roll, and changed America forever: Berry biographer Bruce Pegg joins host Brian Hiatt  – and Rolling Stone's Brittany Spanos, Patrick Doyle and Andy Greene – for a revealing discussion.

Episode #867: The New Phil Hendrie Show  

Chris Norton guest hosts and brings on one of the stars of his new, as yet unnamed, adult film (Norton Mountain or Rod Mountain?), Bob Meat. Bob explains that having sex on camera is not sex since you're having it with the equivalent of a made-up person or 'flesh robot.' Any baby born of that union would be a 'robot baby' and you wouldn't be paying 'child support.' You'd be paying 'robot maintenance.' Chris is all ears. The BSP Classic Hour is from April 2006. Phil speaks with a man named Jim Kettering who says that the Spanish influence in America with food items and city names has become overwhelming. Jim asks the question, should there be some kind of cooling off period? Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 20,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more... Sign up now at!

Preseason Prop Bets and 'MLB the Show 17' (Ep. 61)  

The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Michael Baumann ask and answer 21 either/or and over/under questions about the upcoming season (01:30). Then they bring on Sony Interactive Entertainment America community manager and game designer Ramone Russell to talk about AI improvements (25:30), increased realism (29:00), and new modes in 'MLB the Show 17' (30:00), the choice of cover model Ken Griffey Jr. (40:45), and how much research into real baseball it takes to digitize the sport (44:30).

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