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Nebraska farmers and activists, often one and the same, are heading into the Fall with more determination than ever. They are working closely together to keep their land from being snatched up by the big oil & gas industry only to ship fossil fuels overseas where they will continue to have a devastating effect on the environment and climate.
Talkupy welcomes Art Tanderup, Nebraska farmer and activist, back to the show at 9 pm ET on September 29, 2015. Art will give us an update on how the Pope's visit to the U.S. was received by Nebraska climate activists and what landowners are doing to prepare for their day in District Court to try and stop the KXL pipeline from crossing their properties. We'll also talk about a recent gathering of the Cowboy Indian Alliance to pick this year's sacred corn together at Art's farm.
For more information on Art go to his Facebook page and Bold Nebraska's website. Please visit Talkupy.net, subscribe to Talkupy on Stitcher or iTunes and follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Just 2 Choices Author Rico Racosky will interview Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Rodgers.
Johnny Steven Rodgers is an American former gridiron football player. He played college football at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1972
Crazy Horse was born on the Republican River about 1845. He was killed at Fort Robinson, Nebraska, in 1877, so that he lived barely thirty-three years.
He was an uncommonly handsome man. While not the equal of Gall in magnificence and imposing stature, he was physically perfect, an Apollo in symmetry. Furthermore he was a true type of Indian refinement and grace. He was modest and courteous as Chief Joseph; the difference is that he was a born warrior, while Joseph was not. However, he was a gentle warrior, a true brave, who stood for the highest ideal of the Sioux [Lakota.] Notwithstanding all that biased historians have said of him, it is only fair to judge a man by the estimate of his own people rather than that of his enemies.
We thought last weekend was setting itself up to be a bore, but this weekend is even more lackluster in terms of Top 25 matchups.
Washington visits No. 17 Southern Cal. Will the Thursday Night Curse Return?
Illinois, somehow 1-0 in the Big Ten, travels to Iowa, who is somehow still undefeated.
No. 3 Baylor, the highest-scoring team in ever, visits Kansas, maybe the worst team in ever.
No. 10 Oklahoma travels to Texas. This should be a good game because of the rivalry. Right?
Maryland heads to No. 1 Ohio State. The Buckeyes have to prove they're the best sometime, right?
Georgia Tech travels to muddy No. 6 Clemson.
LSU travels to South Carolina. Or they don't. Because they're actually playing at LSU. Because rain.
So Northwestern is No. 13, and the Wildcats will be on the road at No. 18 Michigan. I'm not joking.
Wisconsin and Nebraska, possibly the reddest teams in the country, are both unranked. And playing on national television. Because Big Ten. Or something.
There are even more games, too!
But the NFL has games this weekend as well. Dallas hosts the Patriots with a team of what we're assuming are medical redshirts. Seattle heads to Cincy with two losses while the Bengals are 4-0. Huh? Jacksonville heads to Tampa Bay because the NFL hates us.
And lots more!
Maybe the SEC is the best conference in football. Or maybe we're just overlooking the really bad teams because the really good teams are REALLY good.
What about the Big 12? Are they actually good, or is Baylor's offense just overshadowing how bad their defense is?
UCLA lost to Arizona State (great prediction, Nathaniel), so the Pac 12 took a step back. Is it still an elite conference?
What about the ACC? Why is nobody giving Clemson or Florida State any love?
Oh my goodness what's happening with Texas?
What ON EARTH happened in Champaign, Illinois Saturday?
We won't forget you, NFL. Oh, no. Not with Kansas City kicking SEVEN field goals and losing by two touchdowns or Dallas picking up players from the hospital to play for them.
Great job Bears and Saints. You now have a win! Not so great job Tampa Bay. You're still REALLY bad.
Join us tonight! Make sure to call in!
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Theresa Roemer is a woman on a mission. As an entrepreneur and small business owner, as well as a business philanthropy expert who holds charity events in her closet, through hard work, faith and determination, Theresa created the life she had always dreamed of. http://www.theresaroemerceo.com
Theresa wasn’t always a millionaire. She grew up a sickly child on a farm in Nebraska with humble beginnings. Theresa married young and at age 28 was a single mother with two children, literally starting over with next to nothing, sleeping on the floor in a one room apartment until she was able to build herself back up.
Today's show s all about overcoming hardship, loss or tragedy, and finding your real purpose and legacy in life. Listeners will learn:
How the world's largest closet was turned into a philanthopic event location
The role fitness and even fashion plays in overcoming strife
The importance of giving back
Join your hostess Bernadette Boas, the ball of fire speaker, trainer and coach, for this educational and entertaining conversation, all focused on helping your shift from bitch to RICH in your career, business and life!!
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An exciting and hard-hitting show with host writer/speaker, John M. Kuhry, Sr. in discussions of very relevant topics deemed “too hot” to be mentioned in today’s pulpits due to the political correctness of our popular culture. The show will feature discussions on the Roman Catholic Faith and provide call-in opportunities for questions and commentary.
John is a retired CEO of multiple companies, lives in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife of 50 years, is a father of 4 children, a grandfather of 9, and a great grandfather of 3. He’s also a golfer, author and keynote speaker. John is a registered Republican, an authentic Roman Catholic, and detests modern politics.
John has written several books and recorded numerous talks available from his home page at www.johnmkuhry.com. Tune in Sunday nights at 8:30 pm ET.
Join us for this very special episode of the BYGP Locker Room with Travis Reust, Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning at UTSA. If you want to know what it takes to become a D1-A athlete, here is your chance to find out from one of the best in the game. It is essential for you to get bigger, stronger and faster, to reach your true potential on the football field. Coach Reust, has been with top programs like the university of Colorado, Nebraska, TCU and Oklahoma St. and loves to give back and share what he has learned.
Take advantage of his knowledge and expertise tonight, in the BYGP Locker Room!
Brady Quinn, Matt Chatham and Jay Foreman have a players'-view roundtable looking back and Week 3 and ahead to Week 4.
Topics on the table include the mangled hopes of the two big-time programs in the state of Alabama (Auburn and to a lesser-extent Alabama), Michigan State and Ole Miss stake their claim for a rise in the polls, a monster weekend for running back production in the SEC, overcoming a string of heartbreakers for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, a ridiculously-good & record-setting performance by QB Greyson Lambert for the Georgia Bulldogs, our upset alerts for the coming weekend, and much more.
MSL Radio Miami Hurricanes football expert analysts Joe Flacho, Eric Robinson, Bobby Melendez and Dylan Goldman previews The U's matchup up against the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers! Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 PM ET! You can check out the post-game show right after the game! Tune into every game day as MSL Radio will always have you up to speed with pre-game and post-game coverage of every University of Miami Hurricanes football game!