Ministro da Casa Civil, Onyx Lorenzoni fala sobre Previdência dos militares
Angela Hannu mother of Nolan Hannu, who died suddenly last week at the age of 17 from a heart arrhythmia joins the Rundown to talk about her son & his love for Tom Brady.
Secretário de Desburocratização, Paulo Uebel fala sobre corte de CCs no governo federal
PNC confirma la orden de arresto contra la candidata presidencial.
Gavin Jennings introduces a montage of audio taken in the hours and days after Sunday the 30th of January 1972, ahead of the decision on whether any individuals will be charged over the killings of 14 civilians. This begins with the voice of RTÉ's Gerry Barry. It was compiled by RTÉ's Tommy Meskill.
Jingle Juan Sartori elecciones internas 2019
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on March 18, 2019. [01:00] Glasgow PAC Update (4 minutes) [05:00] World News Update (5 minutes) Brief comments on the shooting in New Zealand and the violent Yellow Vest protests in Paris, France. [09:30] UK Government to Restrict Pornography (5 minutes) The government in the United Kingdom is about to enforce age restrictions on Internet access to pornography. The new laws will make it more difficult for children to view smut on the Internet. In this segment, I ask: Why aren’t parents doing more to prevent easy access to online filth? [13:10] The Trump Presidency: Prophesied in the Bible? (24 minutes) The New York Times ran a piece over the weekend about a New Jersey preacher who believes the Bible foretold Donald Trump’s presidency. Of course, articles like this are meant to make students of Bible prophecy look foolish. And there are a lot of foolish interpretations of Bible prophecy today! In this segment, I remind listeners of what the Bible does say about American leadership in the last days. [37:10] Doers of the Word (18 minutes) I start this segment with a short montage of feedback from some of the attendees at the Glasgow Personal Appearance Campaign, and then follow up with some points from the Bible study I gave there about being doers of the word, and not hearers only.