Ed Baxter discusses new loans that are being written that go outside the bounds learned in the Great Recession. Impac Mortgage is offering loans that even many consumer advocates like and don’t consider junk loans.
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Ken Dito talks about baseball players getting hit in the head at a youth game. He talks about knock down pitches and head injuries.
Do schools actually teach anymore? Barbara Simpson goes through some rules all students should know before graduating high school.
John Rothmann says Mitt Romney can be a candidate for the GOP in 2016. The polls show him to be the favorite although Romney says he won’t run.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the man who urinated on the grave of Art Modell. Also the woman who claims she was molested when she fell asleep on an airplane.
The Muppets and Marlon Wayans star in sequels to better movies, and the iconic TV mystery Twin Peaks returns in the ultimate HD collector’s box set. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Elizabeth Kate talks about bringing your own wine to a wine group party. Vintage champagne is explained.
John Rothmann talks about radical Islamists taking over Benghazi. Who takes control of governments when dictators fall?
Lloyd Lindsay Young discusses the hottest, coldest places on Earth and biggest hailstones ever recorded. And you thought today’s weather was bad.
Ed Baxter talks about The Talk Pod Mission and how to navigate the site. Welcome to The Talk Pod.
Barbara Simpson talks about the need for the meat we eat to be labelled. There is a danger of food-borne illness.
Get ready for college football. Joe Starkey says it looks like Oregon and UCLA are very strong with Stanford right behind. Cal could surprise everybody?
Stan Burford in “Thinking Without Borders” talks about all the borders in which we live. Burford says we don’t have to think that way. Thinking outside the borders.
John Rothmann discusses the phenomenon of Jew hatred being on the rise in Europe. He says it is amazing considering the history of Europe.
Barbara Simpson talks about Mayim Bialik who has donated money to buy bullet proof vests for Israelis. Simpson says the Big Bang Theory actress displays courage.
John Rothmann talks about the stock market gains and losses and says they are like a roller coaster. Does it reflect the total economy?
Joe Starkey takes you on a journey through Hungary and Budapest during the Communist regime and takes it to where it is now.
John Rothmann discusses torture carried out in the the US after 9/11. The debate over torture is one that Americans should have.
Barbara Simpson bashes Geraldo Rivera for bashing Drudge. Simpson says his coverage of immigrants crossing the border is horrendous regarding Ebola and other diseases.
It’s the most honest review you can find: in the car on the way home! Dennis Willis and Steve Wagner’s immediate reaction to Marvel’s latest blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy, minutes after seeing it.
John Rothmann talks about specific Palestinian desires to eliminate Israel and Jews in the Middle East.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of Larry King’s surprise at Anna Paquin saying she can be bisexual and monogamous.
John Rothmann says it is no surprise the cease fire has collapsed. He says it won’t work until Hamas gives up its desire to destroy Israel.
The Oakland A’s trade for Lester and Gomes. Ken Dito and Joe Starkey discuss them giving up Cespedes and the A’s going for it all.
Barbara Simpson says she is tired of the media calling illegal immigrants who are teenagers and young adults “children” in order to gain sympathy for them.
Rosie Allen and Ed Baxter talk about the kids from Central America who are being turned back at the border. Governor Jerry Brown has a plan to shelter them.
The Republicans go ahead with a suit against the President. John Rothmann talks about this extraordinary action.