The Henry Raines Show
Progressive, Independent Talk Radio
Henry Raines Show 06/20/12
June 20, 2012 10:01 AM PDT
Guest: Matt Bruce, host of The Captain's America radio show.Henry Raines Show 06/19/12
June 20, 2012 12:00 AM PDT
Henry is joined by Terry Langlois and Wade Sears of the Natio discussion group to discuss the issues of the day.Hernry Rainss Show 6/10/12
June 13, 2012 12:46 AM PDT
www.SaintPetersbog.com publisher and editor, Peter Schorsch tahes on more than politics todicscuss the epidemic of childhood allergies and vacine side efeccts. Plus plenty of politics too.Henry Raines Show06/08/12
June 08, 2012 11:34 AM PDT
Florida Gov Scott' voter purge faces rerovlt from GOP Election Supervisor in Pinellsas count. uS military suicides reach one a day while thr Houde passes $46 billion for homeland security.
Plus more nucleaqr problems for th US.Henry Raines Show 06/07/12
June 07, 2012 01:21 AM PDT
Florida Gov Rick Scott continues to defy the US Justice Dept as well as 67 Supervisors of Elections in the State of Florida with his voter purge.
More nuclear problems arise aroung the US, drone attacks create terrorist safe havens. Jeb Bush endorses Connie Mack while Marco Rubio plays to a national audience.The Henry Raines Show - June 1, 2012
June 01, 2012 06:19 AM PDT
Henry Raines is home sick today. Jim Delgado and Robyn Davis hold down the show for another day. Jim, Robyn and our callers go in depth on the John Edwards verdict. After nine days of deliberation, the jury was hung on all but one count. John Edwards apologizes to America and his family for his sins. Jim, Robyn and our callers also touch on other politicians' trials in comparison to John Edwards' trial. Voter suppression is still a major issue in Florida. Caller Peter attempts to explain why it is necessary, Jim and Robyn bring up why its failing.
The Henry Raines Show will be taking a brief hiatus. Stay tuned in to 1490WWPR.com and AM 1490 in Tampa Bay, for updates from Radio Val on his return to the airwaves and podcast waves! We thank our listeners for their continued support!The Henry Raines Show - May 31, 2012
May 31, 2012 08:30 AM PDT
Henry Raines is home sick and Jim Delgado and Robyn Davis keep things running for another day. Denis Maley, editor of The Bradenton Times, thebradentontimes.com, discusses this morning's featured article on school lunches and how it affects our children's performance in school and long term health and weight issues in the United States. Jim and Robyn talk about Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens' recent comments on the Citizens United ruling and how we can make a difference as citizens and voters. Lorraine Downs from Downs Dining House in South Village of the Arts visits to talk about her restaurant and this month's Art Walk. Find out more at thevillagemagazine.net or villageofthearts.com.The Henry Raines Show - May 30, 2012
May 30, 2012 02:01 AM PDT
Henry Raines is home sick. Robyn Davis and Jim Delgado hold down the fort, and despite a few technical difficulties, the show goes on... Matt "The Captain" America calls in for his usual Wednesday visit to discuss the need for an end to the bi-partisan divide in Congress, possible tax solutions for the country and the need for every eligible citizen to register and vote. Matt shares some big news for him in the coming year. Jim and Robyn touch on the reaction of Pastor Worley's congregation in North Carolina, and military service issues, including past Presidents' and current candidates deferments and avoidance of service, as well as others voluntary service. Jim Delgado will be sitting in for the rest of the week.The Henry Raines Show - May 29, 2012
May 29, 2012 07:44 AM PDT
Henry, Robyn Davis and Jim Delgado talk about the radioactivity levels found in Pacific bluefin tuna, 6,000 miles from Fukushima; US Special Ops in North Korea; the latest news from the middle east; Italy's drones and the latest on Florida Governor Scott's efforts to remove voters from the rolls before the November Presidential Election.Henry Raines Show 05/28/12
May 28, 2012 06:38 AM PDT
Henry, Robyn Davis and Jim Delgado cover the biggest news stories of the week: Florida Governor Rick Scott's order to purge all non-citizens from the voting rolls before November; the catch words you need to avoid using to protect yourself from online monitoring by the US goverment; reports of 70 incidents of misconduct by the Chicago PD at Sunday's NATO protest; changes to airport screening measures and the latest on the Bradley Manning case. Jim and Robyn point out the difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day, after Henry marks the 3000th death in Afghanistan.
The Henry Raines Show is heard M-F, 8-9am est on WWPR 1490 AM, www.1490wwpr.com in Tampa Bay. Henry has been broadcasting progressive and alternative talk radio in Tampa Bay for over seven years.
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