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Podcast of BtS Radio’s 4th of July’s Airing of Grievances

Podcast of Between the Synapse radio 4th of July celebration, an “airing of grievances.”

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BtS’ 4th of July Celebration: An Airing of Grievances

Between the Synapse radio celebrates the 4th of July with an “airing of grievances.” Listen live at 1 pm ET, noon CT, 11 am PT or 10 am MT. Or, check out the podcast for this as well as previous BtS broadcasts.

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BtS Radio Podcast – The Future of Space Travel

Jeff Faust discusses the future of Space Travel.

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Space Shuttle Commander & Mir Space Station Scientist to join BtS Radio

Former NASA Astronaut Col. John Blaha, USAF (Ret.), a member of four Space Shuttle Missions as well as the Mir Space Station Mission will join Between the Synapse Radio as a guest on Thursday, June 26 @ 1 pm ET, noon CT, 11 am MT & 10 am PT along with Aerospace analyst, journalist and publisher Dr. Jeff Foust.

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BtS Open Line Podcast

Podcast for the June 19’s Open Line Broadcast featuring calls from Nancy Grace, an ISIS terrorist, the maker of LeBron’s glasses, Donald Sterling and others.

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BtS Radio Presents: Lost in Space?

Is private space entrepreneurship growing quickly enough to compensate for the ending of the Space Shuttle Program?

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BtS Radio Open Line #2

Between the Synapse is open line on June 19 so call in to discuss whatever’s on your mind (politics, sports, entertainment, ect) at 866-472-5787.

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BtS Radio Podcast: Your Guide to Summer ’14

Between the Synapse Radio’s June 12 podcasat features award-winning writer Shea Serrano who will share his thoughts on the Summer of 2014.

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BtS Radio TODAY: Your Guide to the Summer of 2014

Between the Synapse Radio’s June 12 broadcast features award-winning writer Shea Serrano who will share his thoughts on the Summer of 2014.

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BERGDAHL: RUSH TO JUDGMENT (BTS PODCAST)

Once again members of the media stoke political fire by reporting on a major news event before confirming facts and relying on sources without appropriate vetting. And, once again members of the right-wing, conservative movement create a narrative based upon such reporting that threatens our nation’s ability to understand that event without bias. Like Benghazi, the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner exchange has already been politicized to the extent that hardened views may never be altered even as the facts become public. We will discuss the coverage of the Bergdahl matter and how it affects our national security and democracy the MediaMatters.org research fellow Hannah Groch-Begley .

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