USSR: Julio Iglesias, A Neofascist!

by Scott Morales May 23, 2016

Check out a list of bands banned in the Soviet Union (it was too long to put on the home page, so you need to click “See the entire list” below to see it, the original site is here).  The list was distributed by Komsomol, “the Youth Wing of the Communist Party” (I wonder how […]

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Get the Stitcher App

by Steve MacDonald June 11, 2014
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Stitcher is a cross-platform App for iOs, Android, and PC, so our Democrat trackers can listen to GrokTALK! on any device, anytime, anywhere.  Get on Demand radio, podcasts, sports, news, comedy, technology, and more.     Follow GrokTALK! on YouTube, USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter We are also on iTunes, iHeart Radio, Spreaker, TuneIn, or Stitcher. […]

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Palate Cleanser – Death Metal Meets Japanese Teen Pop: Result- You Might Be Surprised.

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2014
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Today was a rough day for freedom in New Hampshire.  The House killed good bills and passed bad ones.  The NH Senate swallowed the Blue Pill on Medicaid Expansion, which will hit the House floor running on Monday. Time for something completely different. Flying in from Japan like a flaming battle axe covered in glitter […]

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ICYMI on GrokTALK! – Is This The Democrat/Progressive Utopia “In Song?”

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2014
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We’ve gotten into the habit of starting the live stream feed a few minutes before we officially start recording GrokTALK! at 9am on Saturday Mornings.  There’s no planning, it just happens when it happens.  We fill it with show prep, sound checks, whatever we happen to be doing.  This week, I had something loaded in […]

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When gods walked the earth, playing guitars…

by Tim Condon June 29, 2013

From Gerard Van der Leun’s American Digest:

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14 Year Old Girl Nails ‘Eruption.’

by Steve MacDonald May 23, 2013

The song you perverts.

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The wheel turns. A juxtaposition of old and new.

by Tim Condon April 14, 2013

Eva Cassidy singing in 1996 in Washington, DC— she would die before the end of the year at age 33—here combined with a performance from London in 2008: (A deep bow to Gerard Van der Leun’s American Digest where this video appears.)

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Palate Cleanser – Little Wing

by Steve MacDonald January 27, 2013

I’ve been quiet this weekend– Bathroom remodel,  closets, floors, and much more on the way.  I expect with but a few exceptions it will consume my spare weekend hours for several weeks.  So I have not had my finger on the pulse of politics and culture but I find myself no worse for wear.  And […]

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It’s The End of the World…(As we know it) and I feel Fine.

by Steve MacDonald December 21, 2012

I know.  But I had to.

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Gangnam Style – Palate Cleanser

by Steve MacDonald October 26, 2012

No point in avoiding it any longer.  This Music Video has penetrated the global culture and inspired hilarity at every level.   My kids make jokes about it.  The internet is cranking out parodies and memes at breakneck speed.  This link has over 531 million views.  And I must confess…I like the song and the video.  […]

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The President addresses Congress assembled! About…the DEBT BOMB.

by Tim Condon July 30, 2012

SING it! (And watch it through to the end…to the end of…the countdown.)

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Nick Levasseur Won’t Like This..

by Steve MacDonald November 15, 2010

Courtesy of Hot Air–I confess that this is just cool.  It is a live concert (the band is live) at which a holographic Anime pop singer, performs for the crowd.  Whether or not you like the song, or Anime, the holographic technology is…to quote my teenage boys…sick. Check it out.  Then follow the link–there’s another […]

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