NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Brain injury: Julie Mason’s top political stories

OMG, Karl Rove said what? The take-down artist formerly known as Bush’s brain was back in singular form this week, being sorry-not sorry he suggested Hillary Clinton may be suffering the lingering aftereffects of a 2012 concussion. The claim, debunked … Continued

LIFESTYLE, NEWS AND ISSUES, RELIGION

The Catholic Channel’s Fr. Jonathan talks sexuality on OutQ with his gay sister

Father Jonathan Morris, the program director for The Catholic Channel on SiriusXM, was recently a guest on SiriusXM’s OutQ channel with his sister Anne Marie, who is gay. Along with OutQ host Xorje Olivares, Father Jonathan and Anne Marie discussed … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Bad bad boys come with me: Julie Mason’s top political stories

Does the GOP have a behavioral issue? In this week’s Press Pool with Julie Mason, we considered the latest headlines but concluded that really it’s a percentages deal with Republicans and if there were more Democrats in Congress, they’d be … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Boom: Julie Mason’s top political stories

There is no organizing theme to politics these days. The kissing congressman remains parts unknown, some new guy was nominated by Republican voters in Florida to replace the cocaine congressman. Meanwhile, Congress remains on recess — but they are back … Continued

BOOKS, NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

‘We’ve got to give them rumble from the people,’ says Ralph Nader

Politician and author Ralph Nader is not shocked by recent headlines about unemployment and a shrinking American middle class. In fact, Nader recently visited The Michael Smerconish Program to discuss his new book Unstoppable, when he provided a few choice words about … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES

StandUP with Pete Dominick looks back at Boston Marathon bombings one year later

On April 15, 2013, athletes, running enthusiasts, and their friends and families eagerly approached Boylston Street to celebrate those who would cross the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon. But an event that should have ended in photo finishes … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, RELIGION

This Week On Demand: The Canonization of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII

This week, SiriusXM brings you straight to Vatican City with exclusive coverage of the upcoming canonization of both Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII. Celebrate this historic event with the Catholic Channel’s “Making of a Saint” and other exclusive broadcasts … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

What a prize: Julie Mason’s top political stories

The Pulitzer Prizes were announced this past week and like most everyone else in news and politics, Julie Mason was geeked up waiting to hear if the Washington Post and Guardian newspapers would win for their coverage of Edward Snowden’s … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES

Boston Marathon Bombing: How the Tsarnaev brothers were caught

Put yourself in these shoes: You’re driving through the streets of your hometown trying to unwind after a tough day at work. You pull over to text a friend, when two armed men who the entire city is looking for jump … Continued

CHRISTIAN, LIFESTYLE, MUSIC, NEWS AND ISSUES, RELIGION

Celebrate Easter with The Message, Praise + The Catholic Channel

Easter Sunday is just around the corner (Sunday, April 20), and SiriusXM is ready! Beginning Sunday morning, Christian singer-songwriter Kristian Stanfill will play worship songs on The Message. Meanwhile, starting on Thursday, April 17, the Catholic Channel will feature an … Continued