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Join us at 4:30 PM for the 1st and Ten Sports Show brought to you by Fan vs Fan and streamed live by Blog Talk Radio.
Seth Guttman (@RavenNation21) and J.E. Micklos (@JEMicklos) will preview the upcoming MLB Playoffs. They'll analyze, debate, discuss, and talk about everything and anything pertaining to the 2014 MLB Playoffs.
Alan Dershowitz is a renowned criminal and civil liberties lawyer, and the former Professor Emeritus of Law at Harvard University, where he taught such notables as Elena Kagan, Jim Cramer, Eliot Spitzer, Elizabeth Warren, Samantha Power, and even a Conservative, Ted Cruz. He is a popular political and legal commentator, and he is also the best-selling author of many books, including his latest, Terror Tunnels: The Case for Israel’s Just War Against Hamas.
Glo Smith is the Republican candidate to the US House of Representatives for the 5th Congressional District of Florida. She is a MBA with a 30 year career in public service and entrepreneurship.
Zach Affolter, 17 years old and a great role model of a young man. Affolter lives in San Diego and is a high school student. A mover and a shaker this young activist has many accolades under his belt. Affolter just recently returned from a trip to Costa Rica where he volunteered for 2 weeks and watched over and protected sea turtle eggs from poachers. A Junior Activist Captain for Earthrace Conservation Organization, led by Pete Bethune (ex-captain of the ship Ady Gil that was sunk by the Japanese whalers). Campaigned in school district to remove school functions from SeaWorld and give better environmental education to students.
This young man has done so much for his young life, more than many of us can dream of doing in a life time. He also writes poetry, makes and directs his own environmental videos too.
You don't want to miss this interview!
Tonight we have a very powerful series of topics to discuss. There is a strong possibility evidence exisits that EMF radiation from Cell phone Towers, Cell Phones, and so called smart meters that are replacing the old fashioned electric meters are killing off large numbers of bee colonies which pollinate over 70% of the plant life all around the World. Bee Keepers are very worried!!! Join me as we discuss what has gone wrong and harming our insect and plant life around the USA and the World!!! For first time ever the CDC put out information recently that there may be harmful effects from EMF, s only for them to take it down from their web site.
While watching a program called culture click on the CW Network on September 27, 2014 the host start talking about the unexplained disappearance of bees all over the USA and around the World. I was surprised when I heard the host say there are a lot of theories of why the world is losing so many bees that pollinate two thirds of all plant life and one of the theories are that is EMF radiation could be interfering with the natural patterns that could be affecting Bees and other insect and animal life.
Monsanto Loses GMO Permit in Mexico – Judge Sides with the Bees August 27, 2014 by Arjun Walia
“A district judge in the state of Yucatán last month overturned a permit issued to Monsanto by Mexico’s agriculture ministry, Sagarpa, and environmental protection agency, Semarnat, in June 2012 that allowed commercial planting of Round-up ready Soybeans. In withdrawing the permit, the judge was convinced by the scientific evidence presented about the threats posed by GM soy crops to honey production in the Yucatán peninsula, which includes Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatán states. Co-existence between honey production and GM soybeans is not possible, the judge ruled.”
Join Redman and Frost as they bring you another fun filled episode of 5 Round Radio , produced by Fresh Start Entertainment and Roger Miterling Here at 5 Round Radio, we believe in doing everything big, and what better way to do that than by bringing you the latest news from the MMA world. Tonight we'll also be joined by The Ultimate Fighter season 19's John Poppie, a former college wrestling standout at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse who is currently 4-1 as a pro and WMMA standout Amber Leibrock. We've got all this and more coming up tonight on 5 Round Radio.
1- Attorney Damario Solomon-Simmons returns to address the NFL Commish Roger Goodell and the Ray Rice fiasco.
2A- Derek Jeter retires and we celebrate the NY Yankee Captain.
2B- MLB Wildcard Playoff Preview.
3A- Eric Bledsoe stays in Phoenix and re-ups for 5 years and $70 million. Is he worth this price?
4A- NY Giants smack Washington on Thusrsday night.
4B- NY Jets lose and fans scream for Mike Vick to replace Geno Smith. Is this the right move for the Jets?
4C- Does Bill Simmons deserve to be banned for his comments on NFL Commish Roger Goodell?
4D- NFL Roundup- 4 games and the 1st quarter of the season is over. Surpises and not so near surprises....
On Low Down and Dirty this week we have the winner of the inaugural Lincoln “Dirt Classic presented by Kasey Kahne” Mr. Stevie Smith. The standing room only crowd saw a great battle between Stevie and Lance Dewease for the coveted 1st place prize of $20,000. We will get the low down on how Stevie got the job done on Saturday night.
Next up we will be talking with the Matt Miller as we prep for one of the biggest weekends of racing on the east coast. The Williams Grove National Open. If you don’t know who Matt is just look at the victory lane photos during the past year at Williams Grove and Matt is the big guy lifting drivers in his patented celebration style. Matt is one of the biggest sprint car fans around and will help us get the weekend all set up.
Theodore or "Teddy" as he is affectionately called by his close family and friends, was born in Chicago, IL and moved to Indianapolis, IN with his mother and family when he was five years old. He attended the Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis, which was the only African American high school in the area at that time, and graduated in 1966. Teddy served as VP of their Senior Class, and he also played baseball, football, and basketball. He was one of their lettermen, and is currently a member of their Lettermen Alumni group.
Teddy graduated and received a football grant to Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana where he later received a Hall of Fame Honor for his many records in the NAIA for small colleges, and a few of these records remain unbroken. He graduated with a Bachelor’s in PE and Health and was immediately hired by Anderson High School as their first African American school administrator starting as Assistant Dean of Boys, promoted to Dean of Boys, and later Assistant Principal. He was instrumental in assisting the black students in forming their first African American organization during that time.
Teddy went on to complete his MEd degree from Ball State University in School Administration. He and his wife moved to Houston, TX in the 1980s where he went back into the classroom as an instructor and coached football for over 25 years. He was later promoted to the MYP Coordinator at Lamar High School before retiring from the Houston Ind. School District in 2009 after 30+ years. Teddy applied to and was hired as the regional manager of the IB (International Baccalaureate) Americas in its MYP (Middle Years Programme) in Bethesda, Maryland in 2009.
the Daily Independent is hosted by American Daily Independent News Network (ADINN) journalist Keith Powell.
the Daily Independent will feature top stories from the ADINN member sites and current events of interest to conservative Americans.Show will feature highlights stories in the ADINN Red Pill approved member outlets for the first segment and national nasty for the second segment. Including interviews with the news makers. Daily focus will be as follows:
Monday: Weekend Recap
Tuesday: 1st Amendment Tuesday
Wednesday: Election Watch
Thursday: Immigration Watch
Friday: F free for all (freedom, family, faith, future, firearms and fun)
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We are kicking off Fire Prevention Month on our next episode of CSU Talk Radio. Join our own Billy Hayes as he discusses ways to prevent fire at home as well as the workplace as well as the importance of prevention training as part of the mission to protect.
Billy came to CSU with 21 years of experience and education from the fire service. He most recently served with the District of Columbia Fire EMS as director of Public Information and Community Affairs. Prior to this, he served eight years as the fire chief for the City of Riverdale in metro Atlanta. He serves in several associations including the International Association of Fire Chiefs (Program Planning Committee and E-Learning Sub-committee); the advocate manager for the “Everyone Goes Home” program with the National Fallen Fire Firefighters Association and he is a past president of Metro Atlanta Fire Chiefs Association. Billy is a graduate of Georgia Military College, National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officer Program, University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute and the Regional Leadership Institute.
7:30 – Pierce McCarter – Chevy Super Series Alabama State Championship Race winner
7:45 – Delbert Smith – 3rd-Place WRS points and 81 Speedway winner
8:00 – Ryan King – 4th-Place WRS points and 411 Motor Speedway winner
8:15 – Michael Arnold – 5th-Place WRS points and Hattiesburg Speedway winner
8:30 – Michael Williams – NeSmith/AR Bodies Street Stock Division Hattiesburg Speedway winner (1st win this year)
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