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Tune into our special Veteran's Day episode honoring our women in the military! Hear the powerful interview by Retired Brigadier General Robin Babb Akin of the U.S. Army. She's a trailblazer from being a Master Parachutist to serving in multiple senior leadership positions in Operations Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Unified Response in Haiti. Hear her personal story of joining the military after losing her father, a Vietnam veteran, to rising in the ranks in the U.S. Army without many women mentors to retiring to her new career in philanthropy serving women veterans. She will share her personal tips and calling of all Americans to support our Veteran's as they transition back from war.
Current global political crises all have one thing in common: border problems. Whether it's the United States/Mexican border (or, as Nancy Pelosi calls it, the unnatural community divider), the Russia/Ukraine border, or the Israeli borders (or, if you're a Palestinian sympathizer, the fact that Israel exists to have borders at all).
At 8:35 we will be talking with former Congressman Todd Akin about media bias, establishment mentality, and the dangerous line we walk when we allow elected officials to be crucified for "offensive statements."
What happens to Elizabeth Warren if Hillary burns out too quickly?
John Kerry's dumb tweet of the week.
In Part 1, we get some poll tracking data from Florida showing President Obama and Mitt Romney tied up after Paul Ryan joined the Republican ticket. Then we talk to Rae Chornenky, President of the National Federation of Republican Women, about their response to Todd Akin's comments as well as Rudy Keller, Reporter at the Columbia Daily Tribune, about the state of Akin's race for the U.S. Senate.
Hailing from Columbus, Georgia, Prodigy blends contemporary harmonies with traditional lead vocals, though their one-title name suggests they prefer association with the contemporary quartet movement. As such, they are akin to groups such as Houston’s Endurance and the Wardlaw Brothers who are faithful to the quartet lyric but bring the music forward.
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Nevertheless, Prodigy’s up-tempo and joyous “Jesus Took Care of Me,” from Never Let Go, has already been great. More about this powerful gospel group @ The Black Gospel Blog by Bob Marovich. The almost equally delightful “Singing Praises,” and “I Got Jesus,” with its “Holy Ghost power” vamp an evocation of the Victory Travelers, also move at warp speed.
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Congressman's Akin's "What is rape?" and "Rape, If Legitimate Rape, Doesn't Lead to Pregnancy."
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Answer of Congressman's Akin's "What is rape?" and "Rape, If Legitimate Rape, Doesn't Lead to Pregnancy."
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7:00pm Pacific 10:00pm Eastern Shock jock Chris Akin of “The classic metal show” joins Mr E for a night of ranting, comedy, smut, and more. Open lines for calls at 714-816-4778 On webcam at http://www.strangevisitors.net
If you are a fan of Heavy Music, Comedy, or the paranormal and conspiracy theories, then this show will be a treat. Chris Akin is known throughout the international hard rock and Heavy Metal community. As Co-host of The Classic Metal Show along with being a professional journalist in the music industry, Chris has vast roots and experiences to talk about. Chris and Neeley, the founder of The Classic Metal Show, are comic geniuses and make the most popular hard rock and metal podcast not only celebrity packed, but extremely hilarious. Chris also has a personal interest in the paranormal and conspiracy theories, so this broadcast will be a unique opportunity for Chris’ fans to hear about this side of him.
Piedmont Alabama Superintendent Matt Akin , whose small school district has gained national acclaim, and who was just named Ed Tech Innovator of the Month by T.H.E.Journal is our guest. Co-hosted with with The Journal's Editor Chris Piehler Its all about HOW A CONNECTED COMMUNITY TRANSFORMED A RURAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
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Sleepy Hollow - Go Where I Send Thee... - TV Review
Abbie and Crane's search for a missing Sleepy Hollow child reveals a creature akin to the Pied Piper, whose legacy with the child's family extends back to a centuries-old curse.
Leanne Ely — author of Part Time Paleo — visits the show to discuss how to go paleo without going crazy.
Here's what we covered:
3:23 - How Hashimoto’s and a life out of control led Leanne to the Paleo Diet.
7:30 - Feeling guilty for not doing what paleo people do. When CrossFit, pemmican, and toed shoes just don’t fit.
9:15 - “Embrace the parts that work for you and change it up for the parts that don’t.”
9:45 - “I’ve found that saying ‘you can never eat this again’ is akin to double-dog daring someone to eat it. It makes the forbidden look tempting and leaves it constantly on your mind. Dreams of sourdough loaves dancing in your head … been there, done that.”
10:10 - The Part-Time Paleo Rules: How to find your inner nutritional guru while navigating what works for you and what doesn’t.
13:00 - How is sourdough bread different or better than standard grain-based bread?
14:00 - How to navigate dinner invitations when you know the food won’t be paleo.
17:17 - An incredible 5-minute workout that saves time and can be done anywhere!
20:14 - Recommended YouTube channels with FREE Tabata training videos.
21:00 - 3 must-have essentials for the Part-Time Paleo kitchen.
26:20 - Sprouting: An easy, inexpensive way to get more veggies in your diet. Plus, how to grown them at home!
Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
To update Sting’s current contractual status with WWE, F4WOnline.com is reporting he has yet to sign an actual wrestling deal with the company.
As of now, Sting has a merchandising contract in place with WWE, and also has the WWE 2k15 deal, but there remains no change in his in-ring WWE status.
Despite the above, WWE officials remain confident the two sides will work something out and Sting will compete at WrestleMania 31 next year.
Paglino: I know the value of Sting at WrestleMania 31 has dropped slightly now that The Undertaker’s streak has been broken, but I’d like to see him in a WWE ring just for the sake of seeing Sting in a WWE ring.
Sting not wrestling with WWE is akin to Shawn Michaels not wrestling with WCW, and it’s just one of those things I would like to see happen for the sheer spectacle of it all.
But who should Sting face in WWE? Sound off with your opinions in the comment section below!
Program Schedule 10 SEPT 2014 Saturday, 06 Aug. 2014, Kansas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson. Early press reports before the two debates had MSNBC, CNN and Kansas news satellite trucks lined up behind the arena where the debate was staged. Print media from most area daily newspapers were sighted along with a reporter from the WALL STREET JOURNAL. A record 2,500 maximum capacity crowd assembled with many others standing, blocks of yellow and red tee-shirts were in the audience; signifying Brownback and public school teachers respectively.
An unedited recording of the "lively" first hour debate with Gov. Sam Brownback and Rep. Paul Davis is in the first hour.
A rumor exists there will be more “debates.” Maybe by then people won’t be forced to buy carnival tickets to witness what should be accessible and in the public domain. Take a quick poll of your neighbors; ask if any listened to the gubernatorial and senatorial candidates’ “debates” as staged at the Kansas state fair last Saturday. We live in a time where every distracted electronic screen grazing person should have access from portable telephones, homes and public libraries to these “debates.” They and a majority in the state legislature are using what Bush #41 called “voodoo economics” to drive the Great Cornpone Revolution. I predict the next “debates” in Hutchinson will require chicken wire fences erected on the stage to stop the rain of rotten eggs, tomatoes and cabbages. The state fair will be more akin to a cheap, greasy Texas honky-tonk franchise by then. We should be convening debates in Topeka's garishly gilded legislative chambers, to witness our candidates in contest where taxpayers spent nearly $400 million in renovations. The place is wired for sound, the internet and only seasonally used. - Radio Free Kansas
With one "misspoken" statement, Todd Akin attracted a shiny spotlight once again on his party's War on Women and GOP Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan's role in it -- all this on the eve of the Republican National Convention, which leaders hoped would shift the conversation to "serious" fiscal topics. The MOMocrats weigh in.
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