SORT BY Relevancy
1 Romney looks and acts presidential
2 democrats look feeble and unable to lead
3 world events make Americans want a real leader like Romney
4 Romney is great family man
5 Romney is a compassionate and religious man
6 Romney isa man of his word, unlike Obama
7 Romney will care for all americans, not just liberals and african americans like Obama does now
8 Our military will respect Romney
9 America really needs him
10 His wife is an asset and truly loves america.
This week SteamFeed Radio welcomes our second new co host...Brooke Ballard of B Squared Media. We will be welcoming Ryan Cox of Cox Consulting. We will be talking about Marketing from a data driven stand point. We will also be talking about a program that Ryan started around helping kids get school lunches. This is a fast growing program and we are looking forward to hearing the story behind it's inception and where Ryan plans to take the program.
Denny and Rick are back at it again. This show they will conclude the segment on Obama and his dishonesty. They will also be discussing the border crisis and the latest developments there. Next on the list will the the Ukraine situation and then if there is time left a bit on the recent gay narriage ruling.
So join the guys as they do what they can to Wake up America..... Before it's too late.
Ryan O'Neal Milton was born July 17, 1965 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ryan was fortunate to realize his gift of writing at the young age of 14. As his passion for writing progressed, Ryan would pen over a thousand poetic compositions. As the writing bug began to grow, Ryan would take his passion further in writing his first book, ”The Practicality of Prayer”. Having now, published the self-help title, Ryan would take his passion even further with obtaining an Editor-In-Chief position at A.M.P.S. Magazine (African American People Succeeding). Still with other literary projects in the works, Ryan is busy completing the publishing of three other “Self-Help” titles and four books of his poetic works. Ryan has also contributed numerous Self-help/ Advice columns to a number of Newspaper Periodicals, and Media outlets around the Nation. Along with his many contributions over the years, Ryan has been a Youth Motivational Speaker at a number of schools and conferences in the New Orleans, and Florida areas.
In 2013, Ryan founded Inform Magazine which is a Bi-Monthly, Self-Help” magazine for women. In the little spare time that’s available, he manages to shoot images with his “Ryan O’Neal Photography firm Ryan is also working with a small team of individuals to form the 501c3 Non-Profit, AngelWings Ventures, L.L.C., which will give focus and awareness to Homelessness, Illiteracy, and Youth Mentoring and Development.
He says he is, “Poised, Prayerful, and Positioned to soar”. He also attributes family who has played the most significant part in his growth and structure". With God's hands leading and guiding him all the way, he also adds to his credits his 5 beautiful daughters. He takes great pride in helping to raise each of them to achieve their highest potential.
Guest Ryan Doliber, owner of United Window Cleaning, shares his story with host Kevin Hunter on The Business Forum Show. Ryan is a great example of a young entrepreneur in business. He learned the trade of window cleaning from a great mentor and how has a business to rival his mentor's.
For more information, you can find Ryan Doliber at http://www.unitedcleanmn.com/home/
President Obama on is really becoming an embarrassment has demonstrated recently with his comments regarding the Malaysia Airlines flight 17 which was shot down near the Russia-Ukraine border.
In his speech on July 17, he comments that "this may be a terrible tragedy…" And spends a whopping 40 seconds commenting on this issue and then skips for word into MC mode and continues on with his day which includes two Democrat fundraisers.
This guy can't even pretend that he cares and sadly, where's the outrage from Congress?
They're busily focusing on same-sex marriage.
This is one of the topics that we will be touching on this Saturday, July 19 4 PM Pacific time 646-721-9887 if you can't make the program, send us an email talk@KRBNradio.com and will be more than happy to read your message over the air.
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Another Wednesday, another edition of Canadian Musician Radio. With all of these great summer festivals and tours, we've been able to deliver a heap of artist interviews, and this week is no different.
Join us as we catch up with Juno-winning six-piece "folk popgrass" outfit The Strumbellas, singer-songwriter Astrid Young (also the half-sister of the one and only Neil), and Ryan McCambridge.
The Strumbellas are playing summer festivals across Canada and the U.S. this summer, continuing to promote the sophomore album, We Still Move Dance Floors. While its predecessor, My Father and the Hunter, was nominated for a Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year in 2013,We Still Move Dance Floors actually took the trophy earlier in 2014 and was recently long-listed for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize. They're more focused than ever now, and we'll find out why.
Musician, composer, actor, author screenwriter, and sommelier Astrid Young released her fourth solo record, One Night at Giant Rock, at the end of June. In a special performance, Young is kicking off her "psychedelic acid folk" tour in southern Ontario in late July and will work her way west. The album, featuring Victor DeLorenzo of the Violent Femmes is a collection of songs that reflect her personal discovery of the karmic meaning of all her relationships. She speaks about the long gaps between records, some of her other musical endeavors, and more.
Finally, in addition to being a studio engineer who's been the right hand man of producer/engineer David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Tool, Dream Theater), Ryan McCambridge has been making music under the moniker of A Calmer Collision. We talk about the sonic balance he's struck between modern rock and electronica as well as how his experience in the studio informs his work as a musician and more.
President Obama’s staff clearly recognizes the dangerous territory into which the president’s numbers have fallen. His job approval has sagged badly in recent weeks. For the first time in his presidency, Obama’s personal favorability has turned negative in several different polls at the same time — including in recent surveys from Bloomberg, Gallup, and CNN. When a president finds his favorability numbers under pressure, he will often go out of his way to be seen doing “regular guy” kinds of things to avoid a perception that he’s out of touch. Not going to the border with Gov Rick Perry was not one of those photo op moments, which Obama's life of full of, if it is for Campaigning or the like for a left winger, while the world is exploding.
Ryan Corn might not identify himself as a craftsman, even though he’s recently taken up the hobby of woodworking, but the Cape Girardeau, Missouri, native approaches everything he does—performing,
production, audio engineering, and especially songwriting—with the same care and attention to detail as a master carpenter. Not surprising then, Wonderful Things is jam-packed with such offerings. Tracks such as R&B infused, “It’ll Be Alright,” burst with soul and emotion, a homage to one of the many genres Corn has been influenced by. Such original tunes as “Burst,” “The Only Good,” and “Always You” will surely find listeners in every format.
To listen to the songs of Marie Miller is to know this impressive new Curb artist, a triple-threat talent — singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist — who’s poised to become one of the breakout stars of 2013. Just as Miller insists on writing from true experience, her music blurs the lines in defining her style. She aims only for the right musical bed for her lyrics, crafting songs that appeal across many genres. Such original tunes as “You’re Not Alone,” “To Be Loved,” “Unconscious,” “Fall Alone,” and “6-2” will likely find listeners in every format from Triple A, Americana, front porch folk to nuegrass to country and classic pop. Growing up in the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia, the third of ten children, Miller began singing at the age of seven. At “the ripe old age of twelve,” she joined her family band, playing festivals and churches, and trading off lead and harmony vocals in duets with her sister Justina, with whom she was billed as the Miller Sisters. Their parents backed them up on guitar and upright bass, as Marie played mandolin, guitar, and eventually bouzouki.