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The Reporters is a show based on other talk show and paranormal journalists who come together to discuss the topics of the paranormal world. The idea behind this is to create conversation and debate among those who deal with the topics and guests on a daily basis.
It’s Coachella time, so all the hottest young celebs are out in the desert wearing their skimpiest outfits. Mr. Skin and Andrea discuss the highlights from the world’s sexiest music fest, then run down the best of the breast from the likes of Chrissy Teigen and Kate Beckinsale on our Skin-stagram segment. In TV news, we’re saying goodbye to Girls, one of HBO’s most reliable skin sources, and in the movie report, we’ve got the best places to see that stars of The Fate of the Furious in the nude.
CIA Attacking Wikileaks :: Bernie Sanders' Popularity :: Voting :: Free Press Under Attack, Press Ignores CIA Threats :: Vegetarian :: Psycho Facebook Live Killer :: China Social Media :: Mike Pence and Rape Culture :: Lyft Driver and the Drunken Girl :: HOSTS - Ian, Mark
Pro-Trump and anti-Trump protesters clash over the weeked, but why were uniformed rioters allowed to show up with weapons? Also, if you want to reduce your tax rate down to 2%, you better listen to today's show. And, does your second favorite conservative radio host actually believe what they are telling you? Notice we said "second favorite". Listen to The Ryno Report LIVE, Monday-Friday on Renegade Talk Radio
And on Today’s episode of The World In My Eyes, we’re looking to the holiday for inspiration and talking about the real history of Easter, and I promise you, the story is one you’ve probably never heard before and has nothing to do with Church or Christian beliefs. Now I know you all already know that Easter Sunday is a festival and holiday celebrated by millions of people around the world who honor the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred three days after his crucifixion at Calvary. It is also the day that children and Naughty Nicole, excitedly wait for the Easter bunny to arrive and deliver treats of chocolate eggs.
But Easter was and still is the ‘movable feast’ which is chosen to correspond with the first Sunday following the full moon after the March equinox, and occurs on different dates around the world since western churches use the Gregorian calendar, while eastern churches use the Julian calendar. So where did this ‘movable feast’ begin, and what are the origins of the traditions and customs celebrated on this important day around the world?
Most historians, including Biblical scholars, agree that Easter was originally a pagan festival. The word Easter is of Saxon origin, Eastra, the goddess of spring, in whose honor sacrifices were offered about Passover time each year. By the eighth century Anglo–Saxons had adopted the name to designate the celebration of Christ’s resurrection. However, even among those who maintain that Easter has pagan roots, there is some disagreement over which pagan tradition the festival emerged from. And today, well we’re going to explore some of those little known stories. And we’re going to start with how the holiday’s name came to be.
Sammy and Naughty Nicole really have fun with this Listen in Renegade Nation and Laugh your Ass Off -- Mississippi Husband and Wife shocked that they are Biological Twins.
Channeling is said to be a form of communication between spirit and the human who is bringing in the communication. Channeler Elizabeth April, from Toronto, Ontario, has had spiritual contact her entire life. Tonight, she brings her experiences to Spaced Out Radio