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Welcome to the XPWR: Xtreme Pro Wrestling and "The Governor's Cabinet". Join us for another Action Pack Episode of the Award Winning "The Governor's Cabinet". Join our Host The One... The Only.... "The Governor" Buff Burton as he takes on Professional and Independent Wrestling... HIS WAY. Also joining him is his all star panel "BIG DAWG" Preston Lowery, The Lovely Sharon Streicher, B Furious and Big Ramp Wade. Join us as tackle top issues within Professional and Independent Wrestling and it's current superstars. Our Call in Number is 1-347-884-9689. Press 1 to speak to the Hosts.
Welcome to the XPWR: Xtreme Pro Wrestling and "The Governor's Cabinet". Join us for another Action Pack Episode of the Award Winning "The Governor's Cabinet". Join our Host The One... The Only.... "The Governor" Buff Burton as he takes on Professional and Independent Wrestling... HIS WAY. Also joining him is his all star panel "BIG DAWG" Preston Lowery, The Lovely Sharon Streicher, B Furious and Big Ramp Wade. Tonight we will have a full line up of Great XPW Superstars and other Guests. Tonights line up will be a sample of Sunday's XPW LIVE Event. Our Call in Number is 1-347-884-9689. Press 1 to speak to the Hosts.
The Award Winning "The Governor's Cabinet" part of the XPWRadio Family. Join "The Governor" Buff Burton, "Big Dawg" Preston Lowery.... B. Furious and many more as we take on Professional and Indy Wrestling. Tonights Guest are "Big Country".... Kevin Phoenix, Chaos, Scotty Matthews and many many more. Join us at 9pm !!! Our Call in number is 347-884-9689 Press 1 to speak to us! Sit Back, Relax and Enjoy THE GOVERNOR'S CABINET!!!
Join Colin Kelley and Andrew Brassard tonight for some more Kitchen Table. Capt. Gerry Bedoya of the Los Angeles City Fire Dept. and Lt. Sean Gray of the Cobb County Fire Dept and U. L. Advisory Board will be on to discuss what Tactical Ventilation sounds and looks like. Please feel free to call in with any questions. Happy Holidays.
Join us for a conversation with Devon Grant, Executive Director, of the Pennsylvania Governor’s Cabinet and Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities. This cabinet exists to make recommendations to the Governor on policies, procedure regulations and legislation that assist people with disabilities in Pennsylvania, serves as a liaison to individuals with disabilities, and as a resource to entities under the Governor’s jurisdiction, ensuring equality for people with disabilities in all facets of state government within the commonwealth.
Devon holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Wheaton College in Illinois, and a Juris Doctor from Western State University, College of Law, in Fullerton, California. Prior to his appointment to his current position, Devon spent almost 10 years in the Reconsideration Unit of the Department of Public Welfare.
Some of his adventures include riding cross country on a motorcycle, climbing Mt. Fuji in Japan, and skiing in the Alps. Devon lives in Palmyra, with his wife and 3 children.
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HO! HO! HO! Happy Holidays to you and yours this Christmas.
Tonight is the season finale and we wish everybody a Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year 2015!
We appreciate your listenership and enthusiasm as we march along into the New Year. What can we look forward to in 2015? What are your hopes and expectations? What do you see the New Year bringing that is good and positive?
"What Amendment of the U.S. Constitution would you change if you were able to?"
Join us tonight at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific Times as we discuss many hot political topics of the day.
North Korea hacking allegations
Missouri Prosecutor admitting that witnesses lied (what next then Mr. Prosecutor?)
State of the Union 2015
Cuban Embargo Lifting?
Putin & Russia vs. The World
The Legacy of Barack Obama and stupidity of Republicans.
These and many other topics in an open format. No topic is off limit. All political persuations are welcome to call in and participate. This is the People's Show where you speak your mind uninhibited.
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Call in at (619) 789-1959. Press 1 to speak LIVE ON AIR. Say your first name and where you are calling from? As always, we love hearing from you friends. Let's HO! HO! HO! it up tonight as we give thanks for life and everything positive in the world.
This is KITCHEN POLITICS 123 RADIO SHOW with DAVE & LORI
"We're Not Anti-Social, Just Anti-Stupid...LET'S GET COOKIN'!"
The adoption of the Declaration of Independence—237 years ago today—can sometimes feel like an event not just from another time, but from another world. As depicted in John Trumbull’s now-iconic 19th-century painting of the founding fathers in Philadelphia, collectively creating the framework for the nation’s revolutionary political system, such an act of open rebellion by prominent, wealthy and established figures is literally inconceivable to most living Americans.
The Revolutionary War, raging at that time, saw men young and old answer the Colonies’ call to fight the British redcoats. In their allegiance to the ideals of liberty, these rough troops — illustrated in countless paintings and drawings known to history students everywhere — shouldered the monumental task of defending a nation that was, in many respects, not yet truly born.
But as alien as that epoch might feel, time and again we’re reminded that the past is not always as distant as it so often seems.
In fact, some veterans who survived the Revolutionary War prospered well into their eighties, nineties and sometimes even beyond 100, living long enough to not only witness, but become part of, the era of the photograph.
First daguerreotypes, and then glass-plate negatives became popular in the 1840s and 1850s; by 1853, some 70 years after the great and improbable American victory over the British, more than 3 million daguerreotypes a year were being produced in the United States alone.
As these photographic means developed, and the generation that experienced the Revolution firsthand continued to dwindle, a desire to document these men — a rapidly vanishing, living link with history — emerged.
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2. Shout Out: Yiddish Kitchen and Paleo after Bypass [14:14]
3. This week in the Paleosphere: Bob Harper switches to paleo from vegan [17:07]
4. What fat to use if I can’t tolerate ghee? [22:43]
5. Straining and saving fat off of ground meat [26.31]
6. Multivitamin and supplement suggestion [31.56]
Jeana Brown from Brunswick Georgia meets up in the kitchen with callers! First topic for mixing is Politcs, added with a dash of activism, storytelling, and a godly measure of common sense. What are we gonna get? A real Holiday Treat!
Join us at www.teamrural.com where you will be a member of this grassroots common sense movement. Find our Page on Facebook by typing Team Rural into the blue search bar and then "Like" our page and "Share" please with your friends. We will be happy to have you join us in the kitchen December 25th at Noon for a new recipe to change outcomes like #soicetalsystems #teamplayer Please share this link like wild flowers grow cause you just can't stop the spreading of a good recipe! #gottawhoilelottalove
Forgiving someone takes courage and love. Using the power of forgiveness can be a life changing experience. According to actor, Anthony Anderson, the co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Forgiveness, “You can always take the first step. You can always extend the olive branch whether you feel it’s your duty or not.”
Anthony concludes his inspiring story by saying, “I learned that life is fleeting so we need to LIVE and LOVE in the moment! And that is how I live my life. I no longer hold onto negativity and pain. I tell my loved ones and friends how I feel.”
Join Amy Newmark, the publisher and editor-in-chief for Chicken Soup and me on Tuesday, December 23, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss revealing personal stories that will motivate you to let go and get on with your own life.