Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network it’s Beaten Path.
On this episode of Beaten Path, your host Jane Hoffman discusses being a good Samaritan. Is the simplicity of helping others a lost art and cultural mainstay?
Also, how does one really conquer an addiction? It’s a loaded questions, but the basics of facing the truth is what you’ll hear tonight.
All this plus NPR music, weather.com 3-day forecast, music, and your phone calls at 1.347.989.1942.
Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it’s Political Gravity.
Your host Jane Hoffman talks with guest Jon Yoder about a recent shooting in Santa Monica. Yoder lives eight blocks from the incident. Why is there so much violence in the United States? Is it really any different since Sandy Hook, or are people just having more knee-jerk reactions to things? How can we get to the root of the problem (which probably has nothing to do with gun control)? — Also on the table: various culture topics, Christian music, the state of the nation and more.
All this plus NPR news, music, and much more. Don’t miss it.
Tonight at 6pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it’s Saturday Edition.
If you had to pick a TV dad to be your real dad, who would you pick?
Also, top 10 things not to buy dad on Father’s Day!
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Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it’s The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
Tonight, your host talks about the recent uncovering of National Security Agency (NSA) secrets, including the PRISM program, which spies on anyone and everyone outside the United States. Is this a fair practice by the United States government? What is to gain from spying on random people around the globe? Just how far into Big Brother are we, really?
All this plus NPR news, weather.com 3-day forecast, music, and maybe an after party! Don’t miss this important show.
It’s a special podcast edition of Beaten Path, on Ernest Radio Network.
The Federal Intelligent Surveillance Act was created in 1978 by Ted Kennedy and 8 other legislators. They were trying to find an effective way of judicial monitoring and legal checkpoints in foreign and domestic surveillance. Over time, and with incidents like 911 that killed 3ooo Americans, the rules were bent and modified, voted over 4 times in the last decade by Congress. Is FISA’s functioning a threat and has security been breached?
You can hear it onDemand free at 12pm ET today at Ernest Radio Network.