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  • Iowa State Fair Touring Plan Travel Times

    in Travel

    As part of my Disney trip planning I've discovered a lot of touring plans for places for the parks. They've been very helpful and so I thought it would be nice to do some touring plans for some of the places I've visited. While I've done an episode on the Iowa State Fair before, I hadn't done an actual plan where I go through and tell you how to tour the fair. That's what I'm going to do today, take you exactly where to go at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa. From the Big Boar to the Old Mill find out how to go to have the most fun at the Our State Fair because it's a Great State Fair!

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    Electioneering at The Iowa State Fair...politics, politics...politics

    in Politics

    Good evening friends and loyal listeners. If you listened to Friday's show, we had a spirited discussion of many issues. Today's show promises the same thing. They were all at the Iowa State Fair this past weekend. Aside from political messages, one might indulge in as many deep fried foods as you can imagine! Of  course, if you have a problem with colesterol, I would not recommend it...lol. If you watched the weekend news shows, you know that two more names have been mentioned as possible Democratic candidates...Can you guess who they are???  Call us with your comments at 646-595-3247...and bring your coffee.

  • 00:34

    Central Iowa Sports Radio

    in Basketball

    Talking about your local Iowa, Iowa State, and college athletics throughout the week.

  • 02:03

    CLASS WAR SENATE SESSION

    in Politics

    Commentary and clips of the record breaking closing session of the Kansas Senate June 12, 2015.


    Hear their voices as passage of the largest tax increase in the history of the state is passed.


    They have names, addresses and must be thrown out of office.

  • Hosted by form Iowa State, Kansas State, Kansas and West Virginia Players

    in Sports

    This was a first grat show host by fromer players from #West #Virginia - JT Thomas  , #K-State - Jimmy Dean - #Kansas - Robert Reed #IowaState - James Smith. The show was our first try with mulitple contributors on the show. Stay tunded for later shows.

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  • 00:59

    Politics Done Right - Jeb Bush channels brother’s at the Iowa State Fair

    in Politics

    Today we will discuss how Jeb Bush cannot help channeling his brother George W Bush’s failed narrative, propensity to lie, and policies. Can he be so naive to believe that can get him elected?


    The following Jeb Bush statement echos his brother more succinctly and is much more inconspicuously dangerous. “If sanctions are imposed by the United States then other countries would have the choice. Will they look at Iran as a business proposition?” Jeb Bush asked. “Perhaps jeopardizing their relationship both commercial and political and diplomatic with the United States? I think that choice would be pretty clear for some countries, maybe not Russia and China to your point. But certainly other countries would have to deeply consider whose side they are on.”


    Is he channeling George W Bush? Is that not the same as ‘You are either with is or against us‘? Jeb Bush would be George W Bush’s third term.


    What do you think. Let's talk about it.


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    What are your thoughts? Let’s  talk. I will also be following our hashtag #PoliticsDoneRight on Twitter @EgbertoWillies. Give me a call, listen to the live stream, or listen to the podcast/vlogcast.


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  • 01:02

    The Morning Edge Don Trump Imagration Speech in Iowa on Saturday 3

    in Politics Progressive

    We planned on doing this show both on Monday and Wed.  We are doing it this morning.


    We will play sections and critique.


    Donald Trump in Iowa: 'Drudge is amazing'


    By HADAS GOLD


    7/25/15 2:58 PM EDT


    Trump had little good will for the rest of the media in his speech here in front of a packed auditorium of more than 600 people at Oskaloosa high school (with at least 400 in an overflow room). The billionaire real estate mogul opened his speech by bashing the Des Moines Register —whose reporters he had banned from the event, his team said on Friday, illlay sections ill pWe will play sctionsbecause the paper had published an editorial calling on Trump to drop out of the race.


    “The Des Moines Register is standing outside too," Trump said to cheers from the audience. “It's a super liberal rag that’s not respected around here.”


    (During the event, the Register’s chief political correspondent Jennifer Jacobs tweeted that the paper did in fact have a reporter inside the auditorium covering the event).


    Trump said the press often misquotes him and doesn’t accurately report how many people come out to see him or how much he’s worth.


    “A lot of political press is great like 30, 35 percent,” he said. “Some are so dishonest. You'll have a crowd like this and they'll say it’s miniscule.”


     

  • 00:25

    A Discussion about the special election for a NYS Senate Seat

    in Politics

    Former State Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk and Bill Samuels of Effective NY discuss the special election for the seat in the NYS Senate seat being vacated by Tom Libous

  • 01:55

    Richard Senate~Author/Master Ghost Hunter

    in Paranormal

    Richard Senate


    Mr. Richard Senate was born in Los Angeles, California. He was the oldest son of Leonard & Sylvia Senate. His father worked for MGM Studios along with his brothers and father on such classic films as The Wizard of Oz. In 1953 the family moved from Venice California to Thousand Oaks where they bought land. In 1963 Leonard retired and the family moved to the coastal community of Ventura, California. Here Richard attended Ventura High School and Ventura Community College where he earned an AA degree. He went on the Long Beach State University where he earned a BA degree in History. He was working on a second degree in archeology when he attended a field school at the old Spanish Mission of San Antonio de Padua (near King City, CA) At about 12:30, in the early morning hours of July 3nd, he saw the phantom figure of a monk. This unexpected encounter changed his life. He vowed to discover what ghosts were and why they walk the earth. He became one of the pioneer ghost hunters in the west. It is a career that has taken him to hundreds of haunted sites in the United States and England. He has appeared on many radio and TV programs over the years and has had published 18 books. He is a recognized authority of the subject of the paranormal. He met his wife, Debbie Christenson Senate in 1983. They were married in a haunted 1888 church and they have three children and today four grand daughters. They reside in Ventura, California where Mr. Senate still conducts investigations, writes books and articles, and conducts tour of haunted sites in the community. He also writes novels in the classic Steam Punk Style—his most current The Flight of the Hercules can be found on Lulu.com. His most recent ghost book—Silver Ghosts (with Sandie LaNae) is about haunted places and investigations in Norther Nevada. It too can be found on Lulu.com. He is working on several new projects he hopes to have finished by Fall.

  • 00:56

    The Morning Edge Don Trump Imagration Speech in Iowa on Saturday II

    in Politics Progressive

    We will play sections and critique.


    Donald Trump in Iowa: 'Drudge is amazing'


    By HADAS GOLD


    7/25/15 2:58 PM EDT


    Trump had little good will for the rest of the media in his speech here in front of a packed auditorium of more than 600 people at Oskaloosa high school (with at least 400 in an overflow room). The billionaire real estate mogul opened his speech by bashing the Des Moines Register —whose reporters he had banned from the event, his team said on Friday, illlay sections ill pWe will play sctionsbecause the paper had published an editorial calling on Trump to drop out of the race.


    “The Des Moines Register is standing outside too," Trump said to cheers from the audience. “It's a super liberal rag that’s not respected around here.”


    (During the event, the Register’s chief political correspondent Jennifer Jacobs tweeted that the paper did in fact have a reporter inside the auditorium covering the event).


    Trump said the press often misquotes him and doesn’t accurately report how many people come out to see him or how much he’s worth.


    “A lot of political press is great like 30, 35 percent,” he said. “Some are so dishonest. You'll have a crowd like this and they'll say it’s miniscule.”


    Trump also claimed that reporters have been calling him to apologize for mischaracterizing his remarks about Mexican immigrants.