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Daniel Koster: President Wekiva Atheist and Secular Alliance
Maggie Ardiente, Director of Development and Communications for the American Humanist Association
Gage Pullium: The Ten Commandments Have Com Down!
Hosts: Rachel Johnson
Science Contributor: Ed Cobbs Weekly Mars Update
Opening Music: Shelley Segal
Closing: Tombstone Da Deadman
Here's the show that started it all. Pre-Jay King Network, this intense show illustrates life in it's truest form. Provocative, EDUCATIONAL and entertaining. No subject is forbidden, and you will LEARN something while being captivated with the information and knowledge you can add to your mental library. Jimi Kent (also a Cleveland - I am - Founder & GM LT) joins Jay King and they both explore all worldly possibilities. 347-205-9366 2PM PACIFIC. Which means 4PM CENTRAL & 5P eastern standard time. What are you waiting for? Let's get it on, FOR REAL STYLE. THE WAY I SEE IT with Jay King & Jimi Kent!
2nd portion of this segment features.....
It's the REAL DELIA - HOLLYFEELIA (get it? real deal holyfield?)
The Jay King Network 2013 - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Three Obama scandals dominated last week's news. What do we know about IRS harassment of Americans, and more important, what don't we know? What about Benghazi?
Plus, author Nikki Goeser tells us how gun control contributed to the murder of her husband.
Join us this week as we welcome the Americana/Folk Rock band, Sundy Best. Hailing from Prestonsburg, KY., Front porch melodies and song lyrics grown out of the rocky topsoil of Eastern Kentucky’s Appalachian Mountains intertwine Sundy Best’s roots in every song they sing. They are storytellers and balladeers. They are crowd rockers and party starters. The band’s visceral sound and incredible live shows have gained them a loyal following of dedicated fans from the hills and hollers of Appalachia, all the way to the bustling one way streets under downtown city lights across the south. There are mountains in their music- valleys of love lost and missing home, peaks of rowdy Saturday nights chasing Kentucky women, and the journey in between. With influences ranging from country, bluegrass, rock, soul, and rhythm and blues, the duo produces music that, at times, is hard to classify. That’s just fine by Kris Bentley and Nick Jamerson. No need for a radio template, just the strum of guitar strings, bass and snare, life lyrics, and the family, friends, and fans that make it all worth it. Every song is a reminder that they have not forgotten where they came from. So put some Kentucky Bourbon in a mason jar, walk barefoot on cool grass, play Sundy Best loud and dance until your roots show. We will talk with them about their upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at their music, feature their latest songs and ask them to share their message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Sundy Best at http://www.sundybest.net and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and chat live with them during the show. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. Be sure to join us, Sunday 5/19/13 at 4 PM EDT! Our message to the troops....WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.
Join the crew of The Crowd Pleaser for the hottest performers on the planet. From musical artists, TV and movie actors and anybody who wows the crowd. Also tune in for great music by underexposed artist during The Crowd Pleaser spotlight. Every Sunday at 5pm, The Crowd Pleaser, right here on WXRP Radio, the station that listens.
Please join MichaelB and Uncle Bing Fischer this coming Sunday 5-19-2013 3PM CST on Soldiers of Patriotism for patriot Kim Parrot and her home schooled son Nolan as we talk about Common Core, the recent White House scandals and Nolan's new business venture. We also will have, John W. Stevens author of the book, "The Sissification of America: A Fifty-Year Decline in American Exceptionalism"! John will talk about the scandals in DC and how to best rid ourselves of them and the people behind them.Also our weekly segment "Step Right Up" with Dave Vance (retired military Army ,22 years, 2 tours in Iraq,) on the Soapbox talking about the encroachment of Islam and Sharia in TN.Don't Miss it!
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Language Edition: Every Monday and Thursday is Lakota Language Day on this show! http://www.malakota.com/en_lakotabk.html
Branding Experts Kim Castle and Ken Nisch join Rolonda with insights and advice on branding yourself or your business and then boosting recognition and sales.
Army Veteran Michelle Johnson tells us how she came home from war and started her own Internet business out of her passion for fashion.
And, just in time for Memorial Day weekend, tips on grilling for your summer BBQ with Dr. BBQ -- Ray Lampe!
Every Sunday afternoon, Rolonda Watts shares news, views, advice, and interviews, as well as motivation, encouragement, and inspiration on different ways to add more purpose and passion to your life, career, relationships, and business - for a better life and a better YOU! Join Rolonda and Friends every Sunday afternoon!
ENVISION THIS: A free and accessible place to exchange books among neighbors
Our guest, Rick Brooks, is co-founder with Todd Bols of Little Free Library, http://www.littlefreelibrary.org/. Rick has been a long time supporter of literacy, social empowerment, youth and community development. He works to promote the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide, and build a sense of community by sharing books across generations and among neighbors.
Rick and Todd both have several decades of entrepreneurial and international experience. They first met in 2009 while exploring the benefits of green practices in small businesses, discovering that they shared a commitment to service and the quality of community life around the world.
Their staff and consultants are builders, artists, stewards, book donors, borrowers, neighbors and friends. They are the hardworking "us," and you're definitely part of the picture.
Yes, YOU are invited to become stewart of a Little Free Library on your front lawn, down at the corner, in front of a business or a school in your neighborhood or wherever it would be accessible for people to give and take books. They even send you a box of free books when you register a new neighborhood library.
Their conservative estimate of Little Free Libraries currently active in the world is over 5,000 in 36 countries. They estimate than at least 1,650,000 books were donated and borrowed between January, 2010 and today.