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  • 01:49

    Live in the Cage: B.Genco, Rambo Roosevelt, Dylan Carpenter

    in MMA

    Tonight, Dave "The Butcher" Clifford welcomes three competitors from this upcoming Saturday's UFL: Unleashed fight card taking place at the Birch Run Expo Center in Birch Run, MI. First up is Blake Genco, second is Rambo Roosevelt, and third is Dylan Carpenter, voted MI ammy of the year in a recent end of the year contest. Brought to you on the ACSLIVE.TV podcast network, powered by Baker College, inside the Genco Boots virtual studios, on the Every Victory Earned hotlines. Call in at (347) 857-1024 to join the conversation. 

  • 01:00

    Rambo To Testify before Georgia Legislators

    in Politics

    Join Charles Rambo to discuss his white paper presentation "Seize the Moment" opposing abolishment of the Fulton County Sheriff's Office before Georgia Legislators.

  • 01:29

    Destiny Rambo Mc Guire- Journal of A Songstress

    in Entertainment

                                                Destiny Rambo McGuire


    Destiny Rambo McGuire is a rare combination of talent with a dash of unpredictable, improvisational genius. In other words… she often leaps from the boat of tradition and dances on the water!  Destiny has an exceptionally rich heritage of music and ministry. Her grandparents, Buck and Dottie Rambo, are pioneers in the Southern Gospel world of performers and writers. Her parents, Dony and Reba Rambo-McGuire are certainly trendsetters in Contemporary Christian music.


    Destiny has studied intensively music, piano, voice, art, and drama.  Along with years of private tutoring, she studied dance at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, went through extensive vocal and piano training by Jan Williams, Sondra Morton-Chaffin and Jamie Green at the Jan Williams School of Music, and has a Bachelors in Counseling from Destiny Christian College.


    Destiny has already performed in The Child, Godspell, David, and Fear Not Tomorrow, based on the book by Ruth Graham. She has also has worked with Disney on the re-release of Tarzan the Musical, as well as in the role of Channah, in Sight & Sound Theater's show Jonah. In 2012 Destiny, along with her families group, Rambo McGuire were privileged to win the Dove award for bluegrass album of the year. 


    facebook.com/destinymakesmusic


    twitter.com/destinyrambeaux

  • 01:07

    Destiny Rambo Mc Guire " Journal of a Songstress" (Part 2)

    in Entertainment

                                                                                                                                               


    Destiny Rambo McGuire is a rare combination of talent with a dash of unpredictable, improvisational genius. In other words… she often leaps from the boat of tradition and dances on the water!  Destiny has an exceptionally rich heritage of music and ministry. Her grandparents, Buck and Dottie Rambo, are pioneers in the Southern Gospel world of performers and writers. Her parents, Dony and Reba Rambo-McGuire are certainly trendsetters in Contemporary Christian music.


    Destiny has studied intensively music, piano, voice, art, and drama. 


    Destiny has already performed in The Child, Godspell, David, and Fear Not Tomorrow, based on the book by Ruth Graham. She has also has worked with Disney on the re-release of Tarzan the Musical, as well as in the role of Channah, in Sight & Sound Theater's show Jonah. In 2012 Destiny, along with her families group, Rambo McGuire were privileged to win the Dove award for bluegrass album of the year. 


    facebook.com/destinymakesmusic


    twitter.com/destinyrambeaux

  • 00:58

    Grid Down Radio Special "Prepping For The Worst Of Times"

    in Prepping

    Rambo Lybrand from Grid Down and Brittany Crandell from Preparing for the Worst, Hoping for the Best talk about preparing for the worst and hoping for the best. Not every prepper is a foil hat the vast majority of us are regualr people with the same fears and aspirations as anybody. You don't have to have a mentality of a dooms day person to prepared for the worst of time. 646-727-2638 is the live number call and join the conversation. 

  • 01:31

    Long Road to Ruin: Rambo Part 2

    in Movies

    Sean Comer and Mark Radulich conclude their look back the Rambo franchise.

  • 02:01

    Scottscope Talk Radio 5/16/2015: Roaring Down Fury Road!

    in Entertainment

    On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, we’ll be reviewing Mad Max: Fury Road!  Is it really as good as critics are saying?  Has George Miller outdone himself this time?  Can it stand proudly alongside the likes of Mad Max 2?  Does it raise the bar for action/adventure films?  Is Tom Hardy a worthy successor to Mel Gibson?  Should Fury Road be looked at as a reboot, or sequel?  Does it continue the saga of Max Rockatansky as we have always known him, or is it a new beginning?  Does the film promote a feminist agenda, or should it merely be taken as post-apocalyptic action yarn?  Should George Miller be counted among the greatest action filmmakers of all time?


    We’ll also be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Rambo: First Blood Part II!  How does it stack up to the original First Blood?  How did it end up becoming more iconic than its predecessor?  Just what were James Cameron’s contributions to John Rambo’s second outing?  Was the character misappropriated by the Reagan/Bush administration?  Did Stallone always intend for him to be a rugged individualist instead of a Right Wing icon?  What does the future hold for America’s most iconic one man army?   We discuss. 


    We’ll also be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Amerikkka’s Most Wanted!  Is it the greatest solo debut of all time?  Was it the primary influence behind Ready to Die and Good  Kid, M.A.A.D City?  Is it the single greatest gangsta rap album ever made?  Did Ice Cube and the Bomb Squad create a blueprint that every single rapper since has followed?  Was it embraced by the east coast solely due to the Bomb Squad’s involvement?  Will we ever see it’s like again?   

  • 00:28

    The Nikki Rich Show Talks with KnitWit Fox Empire Producer

    in Entertainment

    The Nikki Rich Show would like to Fox Empire  Producer KnitWit  Call in (323) 580-5749 Today on @NikkiRichShowla at 5:15 pm Pst/8:15 Est we look forward to having Empire Producer @knitwit619  is the first producer/Hip Hop artist from San Diego, Ca with the #1 album on the Billboard 200 Chart, the Original Empire Soundtrack Season 1.
    Knitwit’s Fox Empire TV Show music credits include the single, “Can’t Truss “Em” featured in episode 108 starring Yazz played by Hakeem Lyon, written and produced by Knitwit. In episode 112 of Empire, Knitwit’s single, “Shady” is performed vocally by himself and in the final episode of Empire, the popular rap battle between character Jamal Lyon and rap character Mr. Rambo you will find Knitwit at work again who wrote all lyrics for Mr. Rambo’s part in the battle.  #NorthHollywood #TheNikkiRichShow #Blogs #TVHost #Television  #thenikkirichshow #news #radiohost #google  #Yahoo  #NewYork #California #Bloggers #LosAngeles #Germany #fashion  #London #trends #Twitter #film

  • 02:00

    Grid Down Radio Special~open mic night

    in Prepping

    Rambo Lybrand and Prissy Osmundson we will have an open topic show survival, prepping, hunting related. 9pm central/10pm eastern 

  • 01:58

    The Playlist & INDIE TOP TEN COUNTDOWN

    in Entertainment

    I can't even tell you how much I have missed you guys but your boy has been under the weather! I am back and better than ever with a bunch of GREAT MUSIC from people like Reeves, Lumi, Throwed Boy Rambo, Rych, Rise Rashid, Une3kk, Arch Angel, Crisis, Tack Taylor, Mickey Bizz, DPone, Willy G, Duane Scott, Dula Mite, Frank Hustle & MORE! Plus we will take a moment to remember MUSIC ICON BB King who passed away this morning, he was 89 years old. We also taking time to talk about STRAIGHT TALENT, NO CHASER 2 going down in Clarksville Virginia on Saturday June 13. We have several opportunities for artists, writers and directors to be part of the NEW Webseries STILL IN LOVE WITH LOVE. Get your Friday started off right, It's The Playlist Ya'll!!!!!!

  • 01:29

    Destiny Rambo Mc Guire- Journal of A Songstress (Part 1)

    in Entertainment

                                                Destiny Rambo McGuire


    Destiny Rambo McGuire is a rare combination of talent with a dash of unpredictable, improvisational genius. In other words… she often leaps from the boat of tradition and dances on the water!  Destiny has an exceptionally rich heritage of music and ministry. Her grandparents, Buck and Dottie Rambo, are pioneers in the Southern Gospel world of performers and writers. Her parents, Dony and Reba Rambo-McGuire are certainly trendsetters in Contemporary Christian music.


    Destiny has studied intensively music, piano, voice, art, and drama.  Along with years of private tutoring, she studied dance at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, went through extensive vocal and piano training by Jan Williams, Sondra Morton-Chaffin and Jamie Green at the Jan Williams School of Music, and has a Bachelors in Counseling from Destiny Christian College.


    Destiny has already performed in The Child, Godspell, David, and Fear Not Tomorrow, based on the book by Ruth Graham. She has also has worked with Disney on the re-release of Tarzan the Musical, as well as in the role of Channah, in Sight & Sound Theater's show Jonah. In 2012 Destiny, along with her families group, Rambo McGuire were privileged to win the Dove award for bluegrass album of the year. 


    facebook.com/destinymakesmusic


    twitter.com/destinyrambeaux

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