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The 2014-15 NBA regular season is rapidly approaching!
In advance of Opening Night, we will be conducting our annual divisional preview shows. This week, we will be dissecting the ultra-competitive Pacific Division.
Will the Los Angeles Clippers be able to fend off their divisional foes and retain their Pacififc Division crown? Can a healthy Kobe Bryant help the L.A. Lakers return to relevancy following a dismal 2013-14 campaign? Will Stephen Curry continue his ascension to stardom under new head coach Steve Kerr? Will the Phoenix Suns emerge as legitimate contenders the Western Conference?
Be sure to join the boys from NBA Live Talk every Friday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. EST, only on Blog Talk Radio!
The top race for older horses is Saturday at Del Mar, and Ed DeRosa & Danny Zucker take a look at the field for the Pacific Classic, including morning line favorite Beholder against males going 1 1/4 miles on the dirt.
Why is there so much division, hostility, strife, quarrelling and bickering in the church today? Why is it that Christians can't seem to get along with each other when spiritual, social, racial and political issues arise in the world? Why are there so many different views as to how we should see such things IN THE CHURCH?
In His final days on earth, prior to suffering on the cross, Jesus prayed to the Father that Christians be unified (Jn. 17:21). Did Jesus' request to God go unheard or unanswered? Or is there something the church must do on her part to maintain the unity and fellowship our Lord requested while here on earth?
Pastor Woods will explain why and will expose the cause AND the cure to division in the body of Christ. Taken from 1 Cor. 12:25, 27 and Gal. 3:28.
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I warned everyone of CA getting an earthquake after watching, "San Andreas." There were clues that I picked up and apparently I was right as Fox News Shepherd Smith, USGS, Scientists, and Fema told The New Yorker that a 9.0+ earthquake can happen any day now along the Coastal Pacific Northwest which includes CA, Oregon and Washington. They said to leave. I will tell you everything I see and when I predicted it. Remeber 9/6/15 or 9:06:15 which has significance and I will explain.
This is for real and I must warn you. I will take your psychic questions or comments on anything. You can call in to the show and just listen as it has been hard for me to open the chat room.
For a detailed reading you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I only ask for a small amount of $25.00 as this is a hobby for me. It's my way of giving back as it is a gift from God. I do phone readings too.
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In this episode we will make our predictions on which team will win their divison in divisions in both the AFC, and NFC, and we will also predict which divsion is the strongest, and which are the weakest. Tune in as well as call in to weigh in, and also make your pick. Who will win? Which Division is the strongest? Which Division is the weakest?
Jerry Williams covers the Federal Reserve Bank Corruption and how it all began and where were headed.
Jerry Williams will cover all the latest news hidden by the mainstream media including Politics,Donald Trump,Jade Helm,Police State,Racial Division and coming soon WWIII
Jerry Williams covers the Shooting of Sam Dubose in Cincinnati Ohio and then he talks about the Most current news and how Racial Division is spreading accross the USA and this is how Martial Law will begin. Jade Helm is the plant and the Division is a Civil War and against Race, Police and the Government. Once this happens Martial law will go into effect.
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Electronic Band Just released a new single "Transferring Tick". Electric division was founded in 2013 and currently consists of Dave Santonil, James Frame, and Brian Sumwalt. Electric Division is a live electronic band from Los Angeles, CA featuring live drums, guitar, synths, and soundscapes.
The NFC South was created, in 2002. The only team, from the division, who has not went to the Super Bowl are the Atlanta Falcons. No team had won back to back division titles, until last year. The Carolina Panthers defended their NFC South title. However, there was much debate about them hosting a wild card game, because of their 7-8-1 record. Will this years division champion eclipse the .500 mark?
Can the Carolina Panthers make it three division titles, in a row? The Panthers did not make any major moves in free agency. They picked up a few role players, and the only real loss was DeAngelo Williams. However, he has had a history of nagging injuries, and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The biggest news before the season is the lose of Kelvin Benjamin. He tore his ACL during practice. This could be a big blow offensively. Defensively, they have a kid named Luke Kuechly, who is one of the best tacklers, in the NFL. They have a good front seven, and added depth by drafting linebacker Shaq Thompson. The secondary could be a question mark, but with a good pass rush, you can take pressure of average cornerbacks.
After failing to make the Super Bowl, and then having a disappointing 2014, Mike Smith was fired as the Atlanta Falcons coach. The Atlanta defense can only go one direction, and that is up. After finishing dead last in yards allowed per game, they signed a handful of defensive players, and then added more with their first two picks. Vic Beasley and Jalen Collins could be inserted into the starting lineup sooner than later. Offensively, Matt Ryan has Julio Jones and Roddy White to toss the ball to. DeVonta Freeman will get his chance at running back.
Jameis Winston was the first overall pick, by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Lovie Smith will need to turn this team around to keep his job, after a disappointing 2-14 season.
"With the second pick in the NFL draft, the Tennessee Titans select Marcus Mariota" and "With the third pick in the NFL draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select Dante Fowler, Jr." The AFC South proudly had the Indianapolis Colts, in the AFC Championship game. However, they also had two teams that drafed second and third, respectively.
The Indianapolis Colts have won back to back AFC East titles, and played in the AFC Championship. Andrew Luck has been everything the Colts hoped for when they drafted him with the first pick. Offensively, they can line up against defense and put up points. The finished third in passing offense, but a disappointing 22nd, in rushing. Defensively, the ranked a modest 11th, in yards allowed. The lack of pass rush was evident, in the AFC Championship. Through the draft and free agency, the Colts added Andre Johnson, Frank Gore, and Phillip Dorsett. Two areas of concern: the offensive line and defense.
Houston finished 9-7, and made the division race interesting, at one point. However, J.J. Watt can not do everything even though he tried. This team is the complete opposite of the Colts. They win with defense. They added Vince Wolfork, and are hoping that Jadeveon Clowney can return from his knee injury, and be as good as advertised. Adrian Foster is going to miss significant time, which will hurt an already struggling offense. The biggest question will be quarterback play. They traded for Ryan Mallett last year, let Ryan Fitzpatrick leave, but Brian Hoyer is listed as the starting quarterback. There should be no concern about defense, but offensively there are huge question marks.
The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is still alive.
On Tuesday (06/23/2015), the Senate will hold a cloture vote to suspend further debate on giving Obama Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) or fast track ability to move the TPP forward.
Ahead of tomorrow morning's fast-track vote, Sen. Jeff Sessions sent a letter to fellow Republicans on the dangers of this massive so-called trade compact.
If you're concerned with America's sovereignty, you should be concerned with this legislation.