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Three Amigos broadcast will begin June 20

Veteran broadcaster RON IRWIN launches new radio show from Sunset Gower Studios on the Universal Broadcasting Network.   BURBANK, CA  With a near 30 year history of radio and TV talk shows in Los Angeles and Chicago veteran broadcaster Ron Irwin […]

Three Amigos broadcast will begin June 20

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Veteran broadcaster RON IRWIN launches new radio show from Sunset Gower Studios on the Universal Broadcasting Network.   BURBANK, CA  With a near 30 year history of radio and TV talk shows in Los Angeles and Chicago veteran broadcaster Ron Irwin […]

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LAFC scores win against San Jose Earthquakes

The Los Angeles Football Club goes into the FIFA World Cup break in third place in the Western Conference with a 7-4-3 record (24 points) after defeating the San

Las Vegas Cop’s wife deletes social media posts calling husband a hero

LAS VEGAS — Jennifer Howe Hendrex, the wife of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Officer Cordell Hendrex who failed to confront gunman Stephen Paddock on October 1, 2017, called

Democracy and the ugly truth of its preservation

Philosophical Beginnings Democracy is a Greek word that means "rule of the people." The Greeks and Romans believed that citizens should elect their officials and be involved in their governance.

Mandalay Bay security guard didn’t investigate drilling sounds in shooter’s suite

Four days after the worst mass shooting in modern American history occurred on October 1, 2017, Mandalay Bay Security Officer, Jesus Campos was interviewed for the first time by

DJ Yaadcore discusses Righteous Reggae and Raging Fyah

Q: I’m [at the Ninth Annual California Roots Music and Arts Festival] speaking with Yaadcore, DJ for [reggae artist] Protoje and a founder of the “Dubwise” movement. Thank you for

Stanley Cup on the line tonight for Vegas Golden Knights

The Washington Capitals have never been in this position before: one game away from winning the Stanley Cup. Because they have a history of fizzling out in the playoffs,

Bobby Kennedy remembered by Robert Vaughan

This is an excerpt from "A Fortunate Life," by the late Robert Vaughn. It is published by JR Books and available for purchase at Amazon. When Bobby Kennedy's death was

Roseanne Barr: Don’t Cry For Me, America

Okay, so those were not her words. However, Roseanne did tweet, “Don't feel sorry for me.” Of course, she also blamed her tweet heard around the world on Ambien

Las Vegas cop too afraid to enter Paddock’s room still training new officers

LAS VEGAS — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer Cordell Hendrex is still a field training officer even though evidence indicated he was less than a minute away from entering

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