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If you are afraid of clowns this isn’t the show for you. This show is featuring a sideshow act of those who do some amazing super human tricks that can turn your stomach while amazing you with their tricks. These guys sword swallow, eat glass and strange objects, put their hands through their body piercings. Yes folks, this is going to be a GREAT interview. Bio Step right up, ladies and gentleman for a dare-devlish and dutifully demented demonstration!&n
This week we witnessed the ridiculous, predictable, & sometimes infuriating, spectacle of Biden’s silly sideshow, in which he pretended that he & Barack Obama were interested in finding “solutions” to “gun violence,” when in fact for years their “solution” was pre-determined; specifically, infringement on the 2nd amendment rights of law abiding citizens. This idiotic Kabuki aside, we don’t need to wait to hear them unveil these “compr
Sure the scandals are flying out the White House quicker than one can count, but the biggest threat to individual liberty is still out there and is starting to be implemented of course I am speaking of Obamacare. This administration is not going to let Benghazi, the use of the IRS to punish it's political enemies or a crackdown on the 1st Amendment stop them from their attempt to own you body and soul,
Let's not forget that Amenesty is still being tossed around.
We will discuss these issues and take your calls on this brand new edition of the Conservative Watchtower Prime Time edition.
We're back for another hard hitting week of Sports Talk as only we can bring it. Money Mayweather's appearance in the Heat Locker room interesting or sideshow? Can Tony Romo ever shake the boo birds? Would you rather be a perineal playoff contender like the Atlanta Bravesor champion with delayed gratification of success like the Yankees?. Has Geno Smith taken the next step at the Helm of the Jets? I will tell you why Jadeveon Clowney isn't the one being selfish.... Andrew Wiggins is set to make his debate for the Kansas Jayhawks real soon.. Are the Lebron James comparisons to soon? These topics and so much more tonight at 730 CST!
As the Never Daunted Radio Network plows into its second week, we'll talk about the near collapse of the Hoosiers and why some celebrations are better off short-lived.Later, we'll do an autopsy of the weekend in general, and why Charles Barkley once again proves that an Auburn education isn't worth the Reynolds Wrap they're printed on.Finally, we'll talk a bit about the latest rumor sweeping the NBA: 50-year old Michael Jordan squaring off against LeBron James.All that and maybe a call or two here on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
Avedon Carol & Stuart Zechman talk with Jay Ackroyd about Obama care, Outsourcing of government functions, NSA revelations.
Plus political satire from Culture of Truth. Jay Ackroyd moderates.
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We spent this episode breaking down how the people have the power and good will prevail over these evil people running the circus sideshow that is our government.
Joan McCarter & Avedon Carol discuss. Jay Ackroyd moderates. Plus political satire from Culture of Truth.
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Corey and Steve invite you to tune in as they tackle some of the week's big topics in life and sport.
College football has kicked off and we couldn’t be more excited! This week the guys will be talking about their views on the latest football news and headlines from across the nation. From the NFL’s ground-breaking settlement for head-injuries to the NCAA latest bungling of the Johnny Football sideshow, First & Life will hit all the notes, both high and low. In the much anticipated final segment, Corey and Steve will make their picks and predictions for the upcoming weekend games.
Please call in and share your thoughts about the week’s hottest stories.
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Barrington Anthony Biggs was born in St. Andrews, Jamaica. In his early years Barry trained for and became a recording engineer and cameraman with the Jamaican Broadcasting Company before entering the music scene as a performer. His joined the “Astronauts”, a local vocal group that enjoyed local notoriety before accepting a position as the lead singer for Byron Lee and the Dragonaires, the premier dance band in Jamaica at that time. It was at Lee's Dynamic Sounds studio that Barry recorded his first Jamaican hit, a cover of the Osmond's 'One Bad Apple'. Barry shot to International success in 1976 with 'Work All Day' which had been recorded six years earlier. He had six hits in the UK Singles Chart between 1976 and 1981, the most successful of these 'Sideshow' which peaked at number 3 in December 1976, selling a million and half copies in Europe. He recorded two songs with Bunny Lee 'Sincerely' and 'You're welcome' which were both received very well in the Caribbean and Europe. More chart success came when he topped the Reggae chart in the UK with 'Wide Awake in a Dream' and 'A Promise is a Comfort to a Fool', these proved so successful that they gained British National chart positions. Barry's several top-selling albums such as 'So in Love', which was voted UK's best reggae albums of the year. Many of Barry's songs such as Stevie Wonder's 'My Cherie Amour', The Moonglows 'Sincerely',The Temptations 'Just My Imagination', and The Chi-Lites 'Have You Seen Her', giving them a light reggae feel in a MOR style. Barry appeared on television in France, Germany, Holland, Luxembourg, and on BBC's prestigious show 'Top of the Pops'.A writer for the Rolling Stones magazine once wrote "when Barry Biggs sings, women swoon and then fall in love".
Look who's blaming fame.No, really? Fugetaboutit!
As the summer sideshow rolls on, Amy Beth welcomes back "The Fixer," noted Prison Coach Wendy Feldman to explore the latest true crime scandal: Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Teresa and Joe Giudice's fraud charges and the harsh reality they may face when the three ring reality TV circus leaves town.
Mahwah Mama may join the fray, too, with the view from "the Other Side of Jersey."
And we'll take on the latest from Weiner, Filner, Bynes etc as Amy Beth opens up the lines for our infamous free-flow pop culture convo .
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