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4-13-17 Nicole Sandler Show – Mother Fu&ker

Today, the "US" dropped the MOAB (Mother of all Bombs) - the largest non-nuclear bomb ever deployed in Afghanistan, ostensibly against ISIS-K. Of course, they tell us that they "took every precaution to avoid civilian casualties." Of course they did, like they did in this airstrike in Syria (that the administration has been silent about) that hit Syrian allies and killed 18 people! As a bit of a lighthearted diversion, I invited my Facebook page to weigh in with their favorite euphemism for "Trump." As you know, I prefer the contraction of Donald Trump - D'ump. But there were some great [...]

3-24-16 Nicole Sandler Show – Anger Management

We are an angry nation inside an angry world. The choice we're making in this election year is how best to deal with the anger. Nicole discusses that and more with professor and author Harvey J. Kaye, and Blue America PAC's Howie Klein

Point- Counterpoint

Listen to this episode: {play}http://traffic.libsyn.com/radioornot/20120718_Nicole_Sandler_Show_-_Point_Counterpoint.mp3 {/play} Podcast: Play in new window   Today, we heard two sides from the left. From the Democratic party, chair of the DNC - Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz joined in to talk about President Obama's visit to Florida (tomorrow and Friday - info & ticket sign-up can be found here!). Debbie and I have been been speaking on the radio for a number of years now, and I've always challenged her with the tough questions. Today was no different.  I asked about a few things on my mind, including why the Democratic party uses contributor [...]

Dog Days

Listen to this episode: {play}http://traffic.libsyn.com/radioornot/20120705_Nicole_Sandler_Show.mp3 {/play} Podcast: Play in new window It's those unbearably hot August days that are usually referred to as the "Dog Days" of summer.  But thanks to the incessant heat enveloping the nation right now, I'll extend the canine comparison. The pooch pictured at the pool above is my dear Pooh-Bear, who's having some health issues. It's a good thing I have health insurance for her.  Seriously. Yes, even the cost of veterinary care has skyrocketed in recent years, so much so that I've been dreading these days when, as my dogs age, I know they'll need more and more medical [...]

Giving Thanks

Ten years ago today, I arrived at the orphanage in Karakastek, Kazakhstan for the last time.  I had been there a number of times in the days before, meeting and bonding with the child who would become my daughter.  On this day, she'd leave with me, to be with me forever.  Ten years ago yesterday, I stood before a judge in Kazakhstan who granted my petition for adoption.  We  call this our "forever day."  (In case you're wondering, Sandy was my first baby... of the four legged-variety.  But that's a story for another day!) I had meant to re-post the [...]