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    in News


  • 02:40

    Pop Culture Crazies - POLITICON - Dog caught DUI - Mass shootings real narrative

    in Pop Culture

    Hr1  Recapping the POLITICON conference from the weekend in California. It was supposed to be bipartisan, but was heavily Democrat/Progressive leaning.

    Tami Jackson, Senior Editor at Barbwire, went to Roseburg, OR to cover President Obama's arrival and the community's reaction on the heals of mass shooting and knee-jerk calls for gun control.

    "Ride the Thunder" movie pays tribute (finally) to our brave & noble Vietnam Veterans.

    Hr2  California's Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill unfairly targeting crisis pregnancy centers. Unless the mother's life is in danger, looking for an abortion is not a healthcare matter.

    Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.

    Are millennials too fragile to cope with life, requiring counseling for routine life speedbumps?

    DUI suspect tells authorities his dog was driving. No. It didn't work.

    Every mass shooting in US since the 1950s except 2 occurred in gun free zones. Blowing holes in #LibLogic.

    Hr3  Commercial by "Americans for Shared Prosperity" drives liberals nuts! Obama is a lying, cheating, no-good, paranoid manipulator who says he'll change, but never does…

    Wasn't everything really Columbus' fault? If he hadn't come here, none of this would have happened. One man, two narratives. Hero or villain?

    Jessie Watters, Watters' World Columbus Day Edition: Do we teach history anymore? These people are clueless.

    Obama loses his cool and filibusters during interview with Steve Kroft when questioned about ISIS, Syria, and Iraq.

    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

  • 01:55

    Happy Birthday, Chris. Miss you Shelly. DUI takes life from teenagers

    in Politics Conservative

    Join me at 8AM-10AM for a very special edition of "In the Pickle Barrel".

    Special note: Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles...this program is not for you. It's for your kids! However, you need to listen to listen to the program and then make sure your teenagers have a chance to listen by visiting the archived show.  

    We are in the period of the year when our teenagers are celebraing proms, graduations,end of the school year, summer vacations and then off to college. Some of them.

    Nationally, three people are killed in alcohol-related highway crashes every two (2) hours! Many of these deaths are teenagers.

    In South Carolina there were 14,742 DUI arrest in 2013.  In 2010 there were 10,228 deaths involving DUI in this country. In any given year more than 700,000 are injured.

    In South Carolina, fifty per cent of all traffic fatalities are alcohol related. South Carolina is second only to Texas. In America, if you are between the ages of 18-24 you are more likely to die from an alcohol related accident than any other cause.

    You can join in the conversation in the live Chat Room or speak live on air by calling  855-236-2486


    This program is literally about life and death.


  • 01:12

    the DUI process demystified

    in Self Help

    April Fisher has been in the DUI business for enough years to know the “ins and outs” of the process.  All kinds of folks get DUIs and most don’t know what they’re stepping into.  They don’t know the rules and they don’t understand the treatment process.  Most know only that they have been stopped and charged with driving while intoxicated but have little idea of the costs, the steps to completion or the long term consequences.  Most had forgotten that driving is a privilege not a right.  Join us this week for an in-depth discussion of the DUI process.

  • Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Hell

    in Pop Culture

    You've heard about Packy, the infamous drinking-while-driving grandmother who loves the "F" word, but on tonight's episode, along with more Packy stories, you'll find out about Tommy's third-grade girlfriend Jennifer... his high school stalker Farrah... his unwanted houseguest Desiree... and a myriad of other girls and would-be wives that made it easier for our host to take it up the butt. 

  • 00:16

    DUI – Refusal of breath testing

    in Legal

    Learn more about breath testing in a DUI and how being charged with a DUI will affect your life. 

  • 00:08

    What to Do If You Are Pulled Over

    in Legal

    The RIGHT Way to Handle a Police Stop

    Police Stops: What to Do If You Are Pulled Over
    If you are pulled over by the police, here's what to do and say.
    Pulled Over: Example of Using your Rights and Police Tactics
    Rules for Dealing with Police
    Legal Topics  DUI / DWI Traffic Tickets  Traffic Tickets

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  • 01:02

    Shattered Lives: Arizona Victim Services Administrator, Jan Blaser-Upchurch

    in Current Events

    Jan Blaser-Upchurch, Victim Services Administrator, AZ Department of Corrections. Jan Blaser-Upchurch has a distinguished record of leadership and service to crime victims, both in Arizona and across the country. She is a steadfast advocate for the rights of victims and has worked diligently to educate the public and train victim advocates regarding vital issues facing the Victim Services community for over 20 years. Tragically, her first husband Sgt John Blaser, AZ DPS, was killed in the line of duty by a drunk driver in 1990. Since his untimely death, Jan has worked tirelessly to educate the public and to enhance DUI and crime victims’ rights legislation. She has dedicated countless volunteer hours and leadership to organizations both statewide and nationally, some of which include: Arizona Concerns of Police Survivors, Arizona DPS Critical Incident Review Board, AZ Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Task Force; Southern AZ DUI Task Force, MADD National Board, and the Concerns of Police Survivors National Board. 

    Jan has been the Victim Services Administrator at the Arizona Department of Corrections since 2009. In her position at ADC, she has been able to maintain a high level of service to victims of crimes whose perpetrators are incarcerated. She regularly attends clemency hearings and executions; and assists in a variety of ways to advocate for victims each and every day.  Jan has provided services and morale support to thousands of victims throughout her career, and has been instrumental in shaping laws and guidelines that affect victims and offenders both in Arizona and throughout the nation.

  • 01:00

    Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism?

    in Self Help

    Special Show Tonight! Devoted to Calls-in Only!

    Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism?

    Due to the major telephone glitch, last night's show is being presented tonight, same time, 8:00 pm Eastern.

    If so, we want to hear from you tonight at 8:00pm CALL IN to "Rise to Shine Radio" @(657) 383-1766.....

  • 00:23

    Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism? -Tech Issue

    in Self Help

    Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism?

    If so, we want to hear from you tonight at 8:00pm CALL IN to "Rise to Shine Radio" @(657) 383-1766.....

  • 00:59


    in Legal

    DUI Laws continue to get tougher, and the ramifications of getting caught operating a vehicle after drinking are reaching new heights  (or depths.)  

    This week,  veteran trial attorney in NJ and PA, SAUL SEGAN, discusses at length the more recent practice of both states in insisting on an ignition interlock device to test drivers before they get behind the wheel.   And he does it  with Robert Ramsey, Esq. of Trenton,  a true legal scholar, who is responsible for educating lawyers in developing trends in the law. There are a million reason  why people should NOT take the chance of driving under the influence or after drinking or taking narcotics, but here is another ugly consequence to further dissuade drivers from combining the two or more activities.  This program will help DUI lawyers as well as potential offenders avoid disaster.


    Wed  at 8PM  -   IT's YOUR LAW