• 00:40

    PODCAST: Texas A&M vs. Alabama Postgame Show

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    Hosted by the "J&J Junction", Johnny Horton and J.R. Koeijmans breakdown Texas A&M's crushing defeat to Alabama 59-0.


    What is going on with the offensive line that was supposed to be the best in the SEC?


    Why has the running game for A&M suddenly become non-existent?


    Should the Aggies bench Kenny Hill in favor of Kyle Allen?


    How does this team finish out things the rest of the year?


    What coaching changes need to be made at the end of the season?


    What does this do for recruiting momentum?

  • 00:31

    ACTHA: Sally Rogers on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

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    Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Sally Rogers, Southeastern Regional Ride Manager for American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA).  Sally shares her experience with ACTHA as well as her desire to expand ACTHA rides in the southeast region.  She explains ACTHA's mission and goals as well as how the rides work, including the points system and prizes.  She also talks about the First Annual Black Friday ride which is scheduled for November 28 at the Park family farm in Knoxville, Alabama.  ACTHA rides raise funds for charity, and this particular ride benefits the National Federation of the Blind, Northwest Alabama chapter.


    http://alabamahorsetalk.com/radio

  • 00:33

    Equine Photography: Mary Katherine Morris on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

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    Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Mary Katherine Morris of Mary Katherine Morris Photography about her experience as an equine photographer.  She talks about the best ways to capture images of horses, lighting, and some of her favorite shoots.  She also speaks about equine photography as an art form.  Listen to Mary Katherine's horse story on Alabama Horse Talk Radio, Tuesday, December 16, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.


    http://alabamahorsetalk.com/radio


    http://mkmphotoblog.com/

  • 01:01

    LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0042 Texas & Latino Values

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    LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective.  On today's show I discussed a number of timely issues important Latinos and Latinos in Texas. First, I read an article from Latina.com that pointed out Latino celebrities that are not afraid to comment on political issues especially those important to other Latinos like Immigration Reform which this show favors greatly. Next, I discuss the insulting prospect that a conservative "news" outlet joked the murderess of Selena Quintanilla Perez would be released from prison. This is not true but remains personally insulting. I read an article from "Latinos Ready to Vote" outlining the religiosity of Mexicanos and Mexican Americans in America. No surprise the vast majority, like this show, are Catholic. Later, I mention that Texas Values is working on a number of morality issues in Texas and among them is the effort to defend Christmas and other religious expression which this show also supports. Another issue in the sights of Texas Values is the City of Plano, Texas that has passed a controversial "equal rights" ordinance. Opponents say it violates the First Amendment Freedom of Religion. I enter into a reminding discussion of my perception of the two major political forces in America. They are the Culture of Life and the Culture of Anti-Life or the Culture of Death. Because this show and the vast majority of Latinos are Catholic, we are among the Culture of Life and work to expose the Culture of Death and its means of undermining the Culture of Life. Lastly, I read two articles about Immigration Reform. One article from CNN and by an economist reports on the financial benefits of Immigration Reform which confirms what we have said for years. Lastly, another article articulates the political pitfalls the Republicans have now they have failed to act on Immigration Reform.

  • 00:35

    Abraxas Equine: Curtis Payne on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

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    Join Becca Salamone as she talks with natural equine product developer Curtis Payne about his company, Abraxas Equine, and his all natural products, including a liniment called Hydra-Luxe and a tea tree shampoo that is enjoying great popularity in the equine community.  Payne shares his horse story of how the company came to be and what his strategy has been to get word out to the horse world.  He also speaks about how to use the product and how the natural ingredients benefit the horse without causing burning. Listen to Curtis Payne's horse story on Alabama Horse Talk Radio Tuesday, December 9, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.


    http://alabamahorsetalk.com/radio


    http://www.abraxasequine.com/

  • 00:31

    Year in Review Replay on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

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    Join Becca Salamone as she reviews the first year of Alabama Horse Talk Radio (2013).  This is a replay of the December 2013 show as a celebration of the second year anniversary of Alabama Horse Talk Radio.  Thank you to all the listeners and sponsors, and please stay tuned for the Year in Review show for 2014 scheduled for this coming December.


    http://alabamahorsetalk.com/radio

  • 01:00

    LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0044 Texas: Epicenter of the coming Immigration Debate

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    LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective.  On today's show, I discuss political analysis on the actions of the nation's leading VENDIDO, Rafael "Ted" Cruz, and how his bullying tactics and most ardent anti-immigration efforts are the polar opposite of Jeb Bush who both favors immigration reform and public school reform. I read articles about both and add my analysis about them and note that Cruz, along with Mike Lee of Utah and Rand Paul of Kentucky, were all elected with a harsh enforcement only anti-immigration perspective and I submit that agenda is actually anti-Latino in its motivation is also very divisive and polarizing. On the other hand, Jeb Bush, former Florida Governor and originally from Texas is the polar opposite but also Republican. He is for immigration reform and public school reform, both topics important and favored by Latinos. Bush has won larger percentages of Latino voters in the past buth can he, as a Republican, win back all those Latinos and more driven away from the party by bullies like Rafael Ted Cruz, the Vendido? I also notice that the Democrats who also do not favor immigration reform but rather remain quiet on the topic and allow the the deeply divided GOP to self destruct. Their strategy will be to wait and see and rely upon the fact that they have had the Latino vote for decades and assume the GOP will mess up like Romney in the past and drive away more and more Latino voters in the next major election. I propose that while Arizona was ground zero for the immigration debate in the years past that Texas and what it does under Abbott and Patrick will become the new epicenter of the immigration debate in America especially since Cruz and Bush and Paul are all from Texas. Except that Cruz, the Vendido, is actually from Canada!

  • 00:52

    The J&J Junction Robbery PODCAST: Texas A&M vs Auburn Postgame

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    Hosted by "The J&J Junction Robbery", Johnny Horton, JR Koeijmans, and Rob Scichili recap Texas A&M's stunning upset of the #3 ranked Auburn Tigers. We'll be covering a number of items and to call in and give us your thoughts dial 646-721-9997. 


    Is Kyle Allen the future after the performance?


    What on earth is going on with the Kenny Hill saga?


    Myles Garrett.


    Did this victory do enough to maintain some five star recruits that have been wavering? 


    Where do the Aggies go from here coming back to Kyle Field to face Missouri?


    Who rocks the visor better between Kevin Sumlin and Gus Malzahn?


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:31

    Judson Equestrians: Jennifer Hoggle/Daphne Arrington on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

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    Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Jennifer Hoggle, Equine Science Department Head/Equestrian Team Director and Western Team member Daphne Arrington about Judson College's Equine Science program and their Equestrian Teams.  Jennifer tells how she was attracted to Judson as a student and how she became involved in the administration there.  Daphne talks about her experiences at Judson as a student and what it's like to be on the Western Equestrian Team.  Listen to their horse stories on Tuesday, November 25, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.


    http://alabamahorsetalk.com/radio

  • 00:31

    Inside Texas Podcast - Thanksgiving Edition

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    Join Justin Wells and Ian Boyd for the Inside Texas Podcast: Thanksgiving Edition. Our guests include Marshall Weber (FearTheFrogs.com) and Eric Nahlin, recruiting editor at Inside Texas. We'll talk Texas-TCU, Thanksgiving, and the bowl season. Join us LIVE at 1:30pm (CT).

  • 00:41

    Lydia Gove on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

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    Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Alabama POA Club President Lydia Gove about the breed called Pony of the Americas, their annual activities and shows, and her experience with POA's over the years at KS's Pony Farm in Moulton, Alabama.  Lydia also shares some of the reasons POA's make such good children's mounts as well as explains the unique events POA's compete in.  Listen to Lydia's horse story Tuesday, October 21, 2014, at 8:00 AM CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.


    Also enjoy the music of country singer/songwriter Brent Harrison, an Alabama native living in Nashville, Tennessee, and brother of Melodye Harrison Drinkard of Central Alabama Horse Club.


    http://alabamahorsetalk.com/radio

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