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Las Vegas' first all-Raiders talk show (2018) now on the Las Vegas Raiders flagship station Raider Nation Radio 920-AM and news website on SilverandBlackToday.com. With a mix of A-list national guests, we talk all things Las Vegas Raiders. Covering the Raiders from the capital of #RaiderNation Las Vegas - we're the only independent all-Raiders outlet in Sin City.
 
As featured on Lego.com, Marvel.com, and Today Show, Alex Grand, Jim Thompson and guest co-hosts start off a Journalistic Comic Book Historical discussion between fans, historians and scholars in determining what happened and when in comics, from strips and pulps to the platinum age comic book, through golden, silver, bronze and then toward modern. Topical broadcasts are made and we also take important time in interviewing professionals to get to the source of comic book history. Support us ...
 
Politics, entertainment, news, advice and information. Mostly politics. The Politicrat daily podcast website: https://ThePoliticrat.com The Politicrat Daily Podcast Shop: https://the-politicrat.myshopify.com Tweet to Omar: https://twitter.com/thepopcornreel The official The Politicrat Facebook page: https://bit.ly/3bU1O7c Moore On Medium: https://omooresf.medium.com
 
The Podium: An NBC Olympics podcast. Join us for insider coverage during the 17 intense days of competition at the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo. In the run-up to the opening ceremony, we’ll bring you deep into the stories and events that have defined the Olympics and those that will shape the Tokyo Olympics, plus an intimate look into the unseen details that only the athletes themselves can tell.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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It might be the NFL dead period but the Silver and Black Today show rolls on as host Scott Gulbransen talks Las Vegas Raiders football and welcomes special guest Ice Cube for an exclusive interview. Ice Cube talks about his BIG3 basketball as it rolls through Las Vegas in July and its focus on making 3-on-3 basketball fun for fans and players. Cube…
 
What does “bipartisanship” mean in politics? What is your take on this? Omar Moore explores what bipartisanship means, specifically in U.S. politics. July 25, 2021. BRAND NEW: The Summer Sensation Series continues with the new END THE FILIBUSTER NOW! t-shirt at THE POLITICRAT daily podcast online store—buy now! (Designed by Omar) https://bit.ly/2Tv…
 
Covid nerves have been replaced with competition nerves at the Tokyo Olympic village. Despite the odd cases, there hasn’t been a major concern in the Olympic Village. Some of the sports may not have been missing that pre-Covid atmosphere either. In the rowing, New Zealand is still in with a chance of the medals. Skateboarding and surfing also had t…
 
Children's accents may be changing based on their favourite TV Show. Some US parents believe due to an increased use of TV over the pandemic, they've been seeing a sudden rise in their kids replicating the accents of programmes they're watching. New York University research has showed kids are developing British accents after a glut of Peppa Pig wa…
 
The world could have lessons to learn from how Covid-19 is being contained at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Strict measures are in place for all events. That includes for the New Zealanders back in action today -- in the swimming, rowing, sailing, surfing, hockey, triathlon, shooting, rugby sevens, tennis and cycling. Dave Gerrard, who's part of the Int…
 
A struggling hotel owner says ACT's private MIQ policy would help out the industry. The proposal would allow vaccinated travellers to pay for private MIQ at mothballed hotels. All staff would have to be vaccinated, and regular saliva testing would have to take place at any hotel that wanted to sign up for it. Leader David Seymour says it would help…
 
A woman in her 30s who died of coronavirus in Sydney over the weekend has been identified as a 38-year-old Brazilian national with no pre-existing medical conditions. Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the death on Sunday and extended her condolences to the woman's family. "I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to those families, the loved on…
 
Authorities are on high alert this morning after a Sydney man repeatedly broke NSW's tough Covid rules to fly to Queensland, putting the Sunshine State at risk. The man has emerged as the "missing link" to a Qantas flight attendant who has tested positive to the Delta strain. The Sydneysider flew to Queensland despite not being permitted to leave S…
 
The housing sector's economic impact appears to be going from strength to strength. A report commissioned by the Property Council reveals it makes up 15 percent of our total GDP, making it the country's biggest industry. It also shows growth ballooned to $19.6 billion between 2009 and 2019. Property Council Chief Executive Leonie Freeman told Mike …
 
What is lost can’t be replaced, but it can drive us to new heights. That’s the case for so many things about the 2020 Tokyo Games, dubbed the “Reconstruction Olympics”, from the venues to the athletes competing in them. On Olympic Day 2, we take you to the small exhibit that’s at the heart of the biggest sporting event on earth. Italian rower Luca …
 
Another business has fallen victim to Auckland's City Rail Link work. The owner of Da Vinci's Italian Restuarant in Albert St says construction of the 4.4 billion dollar rail project has been so disruptive, it's left him with no choice but to close. Parliamentary questions also show Small Business Minister Stuart Nash, hasn't requested advice about…
 
Voting And Variants—these are the two biggest concerns in the U.S. right now. Will the lack of one and the presence of the other undo the country and citizens of the U.S.? Omar Moore explores these V&V issues. Plus: The Politicrat daily podcast summer book giveaway #2 winner is announced. July 24, 2021. BRAND NEW: The Summer Sensation Series contin…
 
Larry is joined by the LA Times Sports and Culture columnist LZ Granderson to talk about becoming comfortable with his identity as a Black gay man (8:26), NFL player Carl Nassib coming out as gay and the other progress the sports world is making to be more inclusive (47:24), and how he feels about athlete activism (1:07:29). Host: Larry Wilmore Gue…
 
Which film or films is the best representation of life as lived in the U.S. or any country? Omar Moore explores the question and provides some answers. July 23, 2021. BRAND NEW: The Summer Sensation Series continues with the new MEDITATE DON’T HESITATE t-shirt at THE POLITICRAT daily podcast online store—buy now! (Designed by Omar) https://bit.ly/3…
 
On this Thursday edition of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast, Omar Moore looks closely at President Joe Biden’s town hall in Ohio. Ouch. Features audio from Malcolm X. July 22, 2021. BRAND NEW: The Summer Sensation Series continues with the new MEDITATE DON’T HESITATE t-shirt at THE POLITICRAT daily podcast online store—buy now! (Designed by Omar) http…
 
I’m next scheduled to share breakfast with you in mid-October, when Hosking’s on holiday. According to my abacus, at least fifty per cent of the population should be fully vaccinated by then. There will be hell to pay if the government fails to hit those targets, given the dawdling progress to date, we’re a sitting duck. Delta is doing its damndest…
 
A cool body will create a cooler head which will hopefully deliver the coolest of performances at the Tokyo Olympics for canoe slalomist Luuka Jones The 32-year-old's at her fourth Games, this time competing in both the C1 and K1 disciplines after taking silver in the latter at Rio. Jones says that's been the key area of adaptability into a Japanes…
 
The decision to reduce capacity for a new stadium in Christchurch -- could result in a drop public confidence in the council. A majority of councillors decided yesterday to lower the number of seats of a new multipurpose, covered stadium from 30-thousand to 25-thousand. That's after they were advised the stadium was over budget by about 130-million…
 
We seem to be ending the week much as it began, with Harry Tam. Jacinda seems to trust me. Why wouldn’t you? You may well have seen the video that’s doing the rounds of Harry Tam. Wearing his Mongrel Mob patch, revving up his fellow Mobsters to vote Labour in September. There’s expletives and a Nazi victory salute thrown in for good measure. The su…
 
The International Olympic Committee says it will take an "Armageddon" to cancel the Tokyo Games. The games' opening ceremony will be held tonight. Among other competitors, New Zealand's men's and women's football teams have already begun competition, while our rowers will get their first go on the water later this morning. IOC member Dick Pound tol…
 
There is a hint of a full pause of the Trans-Tasman bubble. An automated message on Air New Zealand's general inquiry line says the government had announced an extended pause on quarantine-free travel from Australia. Cabinet met yesterday afternoon to discuss the worsening situation in Australia and an announcement is expected today. Auckland Unive…
 
Human rights advocates say throwing asylum seekers in Mount Eden prison is wholly inappropriate. An independent review has been commissioned by the Government to see if the practice of detaining asylum seekers in prison can be tidied up. It follows an Amnesty International report which has revealed 86 people have been put in prison in the last five…
 
Dominic Cummings, the now-former chief adviser to United Kingdom prime minister Boris Johnson, is neither hero nor saint. His name (and Johnson’s) is rightfully mud amongst a sizable majority of the English public. Omar Moore talks about Cummings and discusses clips of BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg’s interview with him. Brexit, Boris Johnso…
 
If I can be so immodest, New Zealand’s second largest city is the sporting powerhouse of the nation, and Christchurch is still bereft of a half-decent stadium. That godforsaken piecemeal set up in Addington, Orangetheory, is the stadium equivalent of a freedom camp. It was only meant to be short-lived, but is now a manky, rag-tag overstayer. Positi…
 
Aotearoa’s Dub & Bass heavy-weights, the space-weaving SALMONELLA DUB, are heading out on the road with a run of spring shows nationwide, across September, October, November and December this year. Delivering what promises to be a phenomenal two-hour multimedia dance floor set of the Dub’s classics, alongside a bag of new tunes from their forthcomi…
 
There’s no question that the Police Minister’s appearance on the programme yesterday was an epic fail. And the fallout has been immense, with calls for the Minister to be sacked. I really wanted to know why she was so dead against those Armed Response Teams. What had stiffened her spine. Let alone her never never opposition to the general arming of…
 
Netflix is dipping its toes in the world of gaming. The streaming giant has announced creating its own video games will be next on the agenda, and will be free as part of its subscription. They'll primarily be meant to be played on mobile devices, and then eventually migrate to TVs. Director of Let’s Play Live and NZ eSports Federation spokesperson…
 
Flick Electric is pressing pause on taking on new customers over the state of the country's power market. The independent retailer will continue to supply its existing 27-thousand power customers. Chief executive Steve O'Connor told Mike Yardley they're being forced to stop growing because power is too expensive to buy in a wholesale market. “This …
 
Everything seems to be in place for the Oly Whites to make a splash at the Tokyo Olympics over the coming two weeks with coach Danny Hay saying the squad is well positioned to defy its rank-outsider status. New Zealand, the lowest-ranked country to qualify for the Olympics by a long way, gets its Games campaign underway on Thursday night against 20…
 
A former Foreign Affairs Minister says New Zealand won't escape the consequences of accusing China of funding cyber hackers. The Government has joined western allies in accusing the Chinese Government of funding contracted hackers to conduct a large international ransomware attack. China's embassy has called our officials to a meeting, to express t…
 
Tens of thousands of people could be affected by a fresh legal action against the suspension of offshore visa applications. An Auckland law firm is seeking a judicial review of two recent decisions by Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi, over his suspension of applications and his instructions to lapse or refund offshore applications. Lawyer Pooja Sun…
 
There is a suggestion the Government's been ripped off in its purchase of a Rotorua motel. Kainga Ora's bought the Boulevard Motel on Fenton Street for more than eight million dollars, which it's going to turn into short-term housing for 80 people. Some local real estate agents have told Newstalk ZB it's only worth about half of that. Monte Cecelia…
 
In this Tuesday edition of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast: Exactly 33 years ago on July 20, 1988, Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. spoke to a packed crowd at the Democratic National Convention. Jackson delivered one of the five best speeches by a person ever to run political office in the U.S. Omar Moore on Jackson, with an excerpt of the compelling speech…
 
So Act wants restrictions on what gang members with kids can spend their benefit on. Electronic Income Management, I like it. If any parent on welfare is repeatedly failing to feed their kids, while frittering their benefit on vices, they should face the same restrictions. No longer a cash payment in the bank, but a strictly controlled payment card…
 
I’m sure you were sickened and disgusted by the footage of that vile piece of scum punching an Auckland police officer eight times in the head and smashing him to the ground. Would these reprobates have the same perverse bravado to have a crack at cops, if our police had guns on their hips? I don’t think so. It’s just one reason why I’ve long suppo…
 
Olympic chiefs have decided to propose the Australian city of Brisbane as host of the 2032 Summer Olympic Games at next month’s International Olympic Committee session, IOC president Thomas Bach announced Thursday. The IOC’s 15-strong executive board approved the Queensland city as the single candidate for election. The 102 IOC members will now vot…
 
The New Zealand economy was left $293 million worse off from hosting the 36th America's Cup, an official cost-benefit report has revealed. More Covid-19 case numbers have emerged in numerous vessels off New Zealand's coast. According to a recent Police Association survey, 69 per cent of New Zealand officers want to be armed regularly. Mark Mitchell…
 
There is an unwillingness from the Police Minister to bring back Armed Response Teams. A recent Police Association survey shows 69 per cent of officers want to be armed, at all times. The National Party is calling for the reintroduction of the Armed Response Teams. A trial of the teams ended last year, with police finding they didn't align with the…
 
There are calls for harsher punishments, not just for drunk drivers but also for those on drugs. Each injury or death due to drink-driving is costing taxpayers more than $117,000. The money goes towards things like compensating for loss of income, medical treatment, rehabilitation and funeral costs. No One Ever Stands Alone charity founder, Leah Ab…
 
Jeff Bezos blasted into space Tuesday on his rocket company's first flight with people on board, becoming the second billionaire in just over a week to ride his own spacecraft. The Amazon founder was accompanied by a hand-picked group: his brother, an 18-year-old from the Netherlands and an 82-year-old aviation pioneer from Texas — the youngest and…
 
There are hopes New Zealanders can see just how much Covid-19 impacted the America's Cup. Analysis has found financially, New Zealand was almost $293 million worse off, but when net benefits are considered, the loss shrinks to $156 million. The impacts of the pandemic, having fewer challengers and high public investment contributed to significant d…
 
It is often difficult to to gauge how effective drug treatment programmes are that receive public funding. Yesterday, questions were asked to the Ministry of Health to which they responded by saying they give $187 million of taxpayer cash to 46 providers for services. But they couldn't say how effective they were, or how often any lose funding for …
 
This July the Church News is taking readers “Inside Church headquarters” in a series of articles highlighting the council system of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These councils include the Council of the First Presidency and the Council of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, as well as executive councils that oversee the work of t…
 
In this Monday edition of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast Omar Moore asks: how do you think about this pandemic? Some public officials in the U.S. call it “the pandemic of the unvaccinated”. Do you view it that way? Do you find it instructive or helpful that such phrases are employed during a pandemic? Plus: “Freedom Day”, as personified by Boris John…
 
The Opening Ceremony of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games is finally upon us. The world’s eyes will be focused on the first global gathering since the pandemic and its ability to pipe music, spectacle and hope onto billions of TV screens. Although this monolith of an event dazzles in its size, production and technology, the main product are the memories…
 
David Seymour seems to have struck a chord yet again. The Act Party leader has exposed a troubling decision by the state to lavish a hundred thousand dollars on Radio Bay of Plenty, Whakatupuria Te Moana A Toi. The project funds will see this media outlet showcase the local Provincial Growth Fund projects. Two $200 million worth of PGF projects in …
 
Claims girls are being valued for their looks rather than their intelligence. Auckland University research shows social media pressures girls, with unrealistic expectations. Social group Enlighten Education runs workshops to help girls develop confidence. Director Vicky Pond told Mike Yardley that parents need to give their daughters positive messa…
 
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