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Now displaying: June, 2012
Jun 27, 2012

 

Show 853 Dennis Prager talks to Jay Cost, columnist for the Weekly Standard. His new book is Spoiled Rotten: How the Politics of Patronage Corrupted the Once Noble Democratic Party and Now Threatens the American Republic… John McCain criticizes casino magnate, Sheldon Adelson, for making big contributions to Republican SuperPacs. In doing so, the senior Senator proves, unintentionally, how his own McCain-Feingold bill has perverted campaign financing.  June 18, 2012

 

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Jun 22, 2012

Show 851 Part 7 of 8. Audio book. To Destroy you is no Loss.

"To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss." The taunting slogan used by the Cambodian Communists to intimidate millions of Cambodians in 1975 sets the mood for this incredible survival story. Teeda, who was fifteen at the time of the Khmer Rouge take-over, chronicles her family's fearful existence and their emigration to America. Moore has a clear, soft voice; she gives the story the straightforward yet sensitive reading it deserves. Images of the horror of Teeda's family's deprivation, their sorrows and fears, the love and support within the family, and the strength of the human will to survive are all powerfully communicated by her careful phrasing and subtle changes in tone.  To Destroy You is No Loss. By Joan D. Criddle, Teeda Butt Mam. Narrated by Christina Moore. (from cover case)

 

This audio book is currently out of print. If you enjoy this audio book please send $5 to the publisher-East/West Bridge Publishing House P.O. Box 211412 Auke Bay, Alaska 99821-1412 U.S.A..

 

Jun 20, 2012

Show 850 Part 6 of 8. Audio book. To Destroy you is no Loss.

"To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss." The taunting slogan used by the Cambodian Communists to intimidate millions of Cambodians in 1975 sets the mood for this incredible survival story. Teeda, who was fifteen at the time of the Khmer Rouge take-over, chronicles her family's fearful existence and their emigration to America. Moore has a clear, soft voice; she gives the story the straightforward yet sensitive reading it deserves. Images of the horror of Teeda's family's deprivation, their sorrows and fears, the love and support within the family, and the strength of the human will to survive are all powerfully communicated by her careful phrasing and subtle changes in tone.  To Destroy You is No Loss. By Joan D. Criddle, Teeda Butt Mam. Narrated by Christina Moore. (from cover case)

 

This audio book is currently out of print. If you enjoy this audio book please send $5 to the publisher-East/West Bridge Publishing House P.O. Box 211412 Auke Bay, Alaska 99821-1412 U.S.A..

 

Jun 18, 2012

Show 849 Part 5 of 8. Audio book. To Destroy you is no Loss. "To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss." The taunting slogan used by the Cambodian Communists to intimidate millions of Cambodians in 1975 sets the mood for this incredible survival story. Teeda, who was fifteen at the time of the Khmer Rouge take-over, chronicles her family's fearful existence and their emigration to America. Moore has a clear, soft voice; she gives the story the straightforward yet sensitive reading it deserves. Images of the horror of Teeda's family's deprivation, their sorrows and fears, the love and support within the family, and the strength of the human will to survive are all powerfully communicated by her careful phrasing and subtle changes in tone.  To Destroy You is No Loss. By Joan D. Criddle, Teeda Butt Mam. Narrated by Christina Moore. (from cover case)

 

This audio book is currently out of print. If you enjoy this audio book please send $5 to the publisher-East/West Bridge Publishing House P.O. Box 211412 Auke Bay, Alaska 99821-1412 U.S.A..

 

Jun 15, 2012

Show 848 4 of 8. Audio book. To Destroy you is no Loss. "To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss." The taunting slogan used by the Cambodian Communists to intimidate millions of Cambodians in 1975 sets the mood for this incredible survival story. Teeda, who was fifteen at the time of the Khmer Rouge take-over, chronicles her family's fearful existence and their emigration to America. Moore has a clear, soft voice; she gives the story the straightforward yet sensitive reading it deserves. Images of the horror of Teeda's family's deprivation, their sorrows and fears, the love and support within the family, and the strength of the human will to survive are all powerfully communicated by her careful phrasing and subtle changes in tone.  To Destroy You is No Loss. By Joan D. Criddle, Teeda Butt Mam. Narrated by Christina Moore. (from cover case)

 

This audio book is currently out of print. If you enjoy this audio book please send $5 to the publisher-East/West Bridge Publishing House P.O. Box 211412 Auke Bay, Alaska 99821-1412 U.S.A..

 

Jun 5, 2012

Show 844 Ameritopia The Unmaking of America

 

Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum

 

Nationally syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin presented his thoughts on the current state of politics in America, specifically the idea of utopianism. The author contends that such a state is untenable and hurts society and the individual. Mark Levin was interviewed by John Heubusch and then responded to questions from members of the audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.

 To watch the video of this audio presentation visit:

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/304902-1  

Jun 1, 2012

Show 843 Capitalism On Campus: What are Students Learning? What Should They Know. From the Manhattan Institute

 

The Manhattan Institute has been researching and formulating effective education reform initiatives for decades, providing real data and sound arguments for reforming America's schools.

 

Part 1 of 3  Capitalism On Campus: What are Students Learning? What Should They Know? - Part I

Speakers: William N. Butos, Daniel Klein, Jeffrey A. Miron

 

To watch the video of this audio presentation visit:

http://www.manhattan-institute.org/video/?c=100610CAUp1

 

For Transcript visit:

http://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/Capitalism_Project.pdf

 

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