Thursday, April 9, 2009

400-408David Reagan a Professor of International Law and Politics for 20 years before founding Lamb & Lion Ministries (, author of his latest Wrath and Glory:  Unveiling the Majestic Book of Revelation, and host of a weekly television show Christ in Prophecy broadcast nationally on six Christian networks.
• David Reagan, What Happens When You Die?
413-423David Reagan
428-437Dudley Rutherford, senior pastor of the 10,000-member Shepherd of the Hills Church in Porter Ranch (, who's heard on KKLA Sunday's at 9:00am, talks about the tragic loss of Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart and the hope we all have in Christ – exactly what we are celebrating this Easter Sunday.  They are celebrating Easter at all five of their satellite campuses this year, and they've got four more performances of The Passion Play there in Porter Ranch.
443-452 Dudley Rutherford.  People will come to church to get a dog, but not just because of the resurrection?
458-508Tom Doyle, is Director of International Ministries/Middle East Specialist for E3 Partners ( and author of Breakthrough: The Return of Hope to the Middle East (, on the suddenness of death – especially in many of the places he ministers.
512-523Tom Doyle.  Gaza
TH 524 – [2:00] Don Rohde (818) 262-2092.  For the past 37 years, Don has been a sales manager at Galpin, the #1 volume Ford dealer in the world for the past 19 consecutive years.  Galpin has been family-owned and operated for the past 59 years, and 90% of their business is repeat or referral.  Galpin offers Ford, Lincoln-Mercury, Honda, Mazda, Saturn, Volvo, Jaguar, and Aston Martin.  Located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley at Roscoe and the 405.
(:06) SP- Steve Physioc- Angels Broadcaster
(:36) TS- Terry Smith- Angels Broadcaster
(:21) RH- Rex Hudler- Angels Broadcaster
(1:30) Angels GM Tony Reagins says the entire organization is mourning the loss of Nick Adenhart. (Video).
(1:30) Angels manager Mike Scioscia says the entire team was proud of Nick Adenhart. (Video)
(2:38) Nick Adenhart's agent Scott Boras talks about how happy Adenhart was after an amazing performance on the mound.  His life goal was to be a big leaguer. (Video)
539 [1:30] Robert Micone/Bill O'Connor aka "The Money Guys" at Applied Financial with 5 offices around the southland, 866-SEEK-COUNSEL, and online at I'm hosting the KKLA Transitions in Life Conference on Saturday, April 25th at Embassy Suites Hotel in Glendale from 9am-12:30pm.  It's free, so register at
544-554John Ziegler, former talk show host and now producer of the documentary Media Malpractice: How Obama Got Elected and Palin Was Targeted (, on the news that on April 15th, the "prestigious" USC Annenberg School for Communication will be presenting CBS "Evening News" anchor Katie Couric with the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Journalism.
(:27) John Ziegler: Sarah Palin cut 1
(:30) John Ziegler: Sarah Palin cut 2,
558-608Rex Hudler (Cell (714) 473-8589), part of the Angels broadcast team, and author of Splinters, (, talks about last night's tragic hit-and-run death of Angel's starting pitcher Nick Adenhart.
608 – [2:00] Linda Carpenter from Alpenhorn Bed and Breakfast in Big Bear (, 888-829-6600).
612-623Calls. How do you deal with your anger towards drunk drivers that have taken a loved one you knew?  Are Christians commanded to "forgive and forget?"  Is there such a thing as righteous anger at drunk drivers?  Didn't Jesus die for them too?  How do you balance compassion for sinners yet anger at sin?
• Victor Davis Hanson (4/9/09) The Politics of Blame.
Only 53% of American adults believe capitalism is better than socialism.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 20% disagree and say socialism is better. Twenty-seven percent (27%) are not sure which is better.
Adults under 30 are essentially evenly divided: 37% prefer capitalism, 33% socialism, and 30% are undecided. Thirty-somethings are a bit more supportive of the free-enterprise approach with 49% for capitalism and 26% for socialism. Adults over 40 strongly favor capitalism, and just 13% of those older Americans believe socialism is better.
Investors by a 5-to-1 margin choose capitalism. As for those who do not invest, 40% say capitalism is better while 25% prefer socialism.
There is a partisan gap as well. Republicans - by an 11-to-1 margin - favor capitalism. Democrats are much more closely divided: Just 39% say capitalism is better while 30% prefer socialism. As for those not affiliated with either major political party, 48% say capitalism is best, and 21% opt for socialism.
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