• 01:38

    Getting Hammered with Steve Hamilton and Stevie J West

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Friday night, and LIVE from Casa de Hammy, it's time for Getting Hammered with Stevie J West and Steve Hamilton.  We took last week off for stuffing ourselves with Turkey and all the fixin's, but now we are BACK! WOW, what a couple of weeks. Ferguson went crazy over the Grand Jury not indicting Office Wilson and New York decided to follow suit in the Eric Garner case.  Rolling Stone Magazine broke a major story on rape at University of Virginia fraternities, then just as quickly walked those allegations back. Twitter has become the battleground for armchair lawyers, the feminists are going insane, and Rand Paul admitted that smoking pot isn't good for you (really, he did!).  The whole world has gone crazy.


    But it's not all bad news.  The United Sates is FINALLY back in the Space business with the launch and recovery of the Orion spacecraft today.  Gas prices are the lowest they have been in 6 years (well. that's good AND bad), and on top of all that...Getting Hammered is back on air!


    So grab a cold one and join us at the bar, it's Friday night, and we're Getting Hammered!

  • 00:52

    Homegrown BattleGround Presents: "The Civil War"

    in Hip Hop Music

    Before the BIG rap battle goes down on Nov. 15th Millertime will have a couple of the headliners calling to the show to let the people know whats about to go down at the highly anticipated rapper battle!! Dont miss the show!!! Going to be another classic!

  • 01:01

    GMOs, Voters, Money and Facts: Lunch w Louden 11/13/14

    in Politics

    Kate Wildrick and Manju Bassell will join host Jeanene Louden as we discuss GMOs, Voters, Money and Facts: Lunch with Louden 11/13/14. (Bios for our guests and many related articles can be found at the Lunch with Louden Facebook page.)

    The Oregon Mandatory Labeling of GMOs Initiative, Measure 92, was on the November 4th ballot as an initiated state statute, where it was narrowly defeated (at least "called"). The measure would have mandated the labeling of certain foodstuffs that were produced with or contained genetically modified organisms. 

    This ballot measure became the poster child for everything that has become a challenge for the informed voter.

    Voter Participation - With just under 4M residents in the state, 2.2M are registered voters. Even with the healthy voting rate of 69.5%, over 630K ballots were not cast, or at least not counted. Wednesday morning The results of this too-close-to-call race were NO 696,293 (50.5%), and YES 683,276 (49.5%). The 13K+ spread was down to just over 6K by mid morning. That means if 1% of the non-voters had voted, they could have changed the outcome.

    Money - The financial investment on this issue alone was record breaking. NO supporters spent just over $20M and YES supporters spent just under $9M. This pencils out to over $20 per vote. Most of the money for both sides came from out of state. Big money was well represented. 

    Information - "Information" flew fast and furious. Oregon felt like a battleground state (not normal for us) with ads that answered ads that answered ads and too many non-recyclable "post cards": the nature of GMOs, the costs of labeling, the need for "more law" had a ping pong tournament quality. 

    What was an informed voter to do? What shall we do in the future?
     

  • 02:15

    Brass Knuckle Progressives Radio (MAKING SENSE OF THE MIDTERMS)

    in Politics Progressive

    Check out the hardest hitting show in political talk today!  Joining us on this episode are: 



    ACA experts Barbara Cobuzzi & Lynne Smith,
    KPFK/BlogTalk show host Sandra Booker, 
    Social media maven Laurel Davila,
    Author/blogger Kona Lowell, 
    Voice deity Jim Finch (aka) The Quantum Mechanic,


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/388279647959416/


    https://www.facebook.com/ProgressiveDemocratsMovingForwardNotBack/photos/a.604720722896651.1073741828.604696706232386/769874479714607/?type=1&theater


    http://nonsequiteuse.wordpress.com/2014/11/06/my-thoughts-on-battleground-texas/


    http://www.kpfk.org/


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sandrabooker


    http://konajournal.blogspot.com/


    http://quantummechanic.org/


    http://quantummechanic2.blogspot.com/


    KUMBAYA THAT!


     

  • Loud Pak Radio powered by Dem Durrty Boyz

    in Music

    Each and every Sunday 5pm-7pm Durrty Boyz gives you Loud Pak Radio. All the latest in music, events, and more. Home of Battleground, The Butterflii Soul Fitness Segment, and more. Make sure you tune in to be entertained. Make sure you call in...hit us on social media...we want to hear from you! If you are an artist who is intrested in Battlegrounds, an interviews, and etc email durrtyboyz@gmail.com. Be sure to keep up with us...check out www.Durrtyboyz.com and www.Unheardmedia.bi

  • 01:57

    Quagmire America Radio: 2014 Midterm Elections, Can The GOP Be Beat?

    in Politics Conservative

    Please join host Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn  LIVE @ 8:00pm EST for three hours of hard hitting honest Conservative radio.


    Six Senate polls by NBC News and the Marist Institute for Public Opinion show momentum for Republicans in key races that will help decide majority control.


    The findings in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Arkansas, North Carolina and South Dakota — coupled with what has long appeared to be safe GOP bets in West Virginia and Montana — illustrate the clear opportunity for Republicans to net the six seats necessary to gain power after the 2014 midterm elections.


    The Battleground Tracker polls released Sunday by CBS News and The New York Times also show Senate control leaning toward Republicans. The findings show Senate races tightening in Colorado and Iowa — both states in which Democrats currently hold seats — and Republican Dan Sullivan holding an edge over Democratic Sen. Mark Begich for a possible GOP pickup in Alaska.


    Please follow me, Jason Wade Taylor on Twitter and be sure to check out my website QuagmireAmerica.Weebly.com. 


    Call in and speak with the host  (347)989-1665 

  • 02:57

    Quagmire America Radio: 2014 Midterm Elections, Will GOP Take Senate?

    in Politics Conservative

    Please join host Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn  LIVE @ 10:00pm EST for three hours of hard hitting honest Conservative radio.


    Six Senate polls by NBC News and the Marist Institute for Public Opinion show momentum for Republicans in key races that will help decide majority control.


    The findings in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Arkansas, North Carolina and South Dakota — coupled with what has long appeared to be safe GOP bets in West Virginia and Montana — illustrate the clear opportunity for Republicans to net the six seats necessary to gain power after the 2014 midterm elections.


    The Battleground Tracker polls released Sunday by CBS News and The New York Times also show Senate control leaning toward Republicans. The findings show Senate races tightening in Colorado and Iowa — both states in which Democrats currently hold seats — and Republican Dan Sullivan holding an edge over Democratic Sen. Mark Begich for a possible GOP pickup in Alaska.


    Please follow me, Jason Wade Taylor on Twitter and be sure to check out my website QuagmireAmerica.Weebly.com. 


    Call in and speak with the host  (347)989-1665 

  • 01:04

    Wendy Davis running for Texas Governor with Chris Brady Deputy Field Organizer

    in Politics

    WENDY DAVIS IS RUNNING FOR TEXAS GOVERNOR:  Wendy Russell Davis is an American lawyer and Democratic politician from Fort Worth, Texas. Davis represents District 10 in the Texas Senate. She previously served on the Fort Worth city council.


    Today Wendy Davis’ race for Governor in Texas is one of the most exciting campaigns in the country.Her opponent, Greg Abbott, is truly Rick Perry 2.0. He’s got tens of millions of dollars in his war chest. And since Texas has no campaign finance limits, the special interests are pouring money into nasty, disgusting attacks against her.


    On Nov. 4, Texans will elect a new governor for the first time in 14 years. We think that new governor should be Democrat Wendy Davis. Davis and her Republican opponent, long-serving Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, offer voters sharp, competing visions for the state’s future. Davis’ positions on education, health care and economic fairness make her the best candidate to meet the looming challenges unparalleled growth has brought the state.


    On tonight's show we talk to Chris Brady, Deputy Field Organizer at Battleground Texas, and tonight he gives us his views on why his candidate Wendy Davis is running for Texas Governor and why she is better choice for Texas. 


    http://www.wendydavistexas.com

  • 00:31

    Water Problems and Issues

    in Self Help

    Water is an amazing substance. However, agricultural, industrial, chemtrail, radioactive and biological pollution contaminate water. Chlorine and fluoride and other chemicals are added by cities. Adequate water intake is essential, but it needs purification of contaminants before consumption. Good water resources are diminishing, and water rights are becoming the next battleground.


     

  • 01:57

    loud Pak Radio by Dem Durrty Boyz

    in Music

    Hitting you with the latest and also breaking music from Indie & Major labels. Bringing you Battleground were two artists songs battle against each other to win a FREE mixtape slot and livestream performance. For more info www.durrtyboyz.com and www.unheardmedia.biz

  • 00:09

    2014 Mid-Terms --- 8 Key Battleground States --- Is GOP Poised To Retake Senate?

    in Politics Progressive

    2014 Mid-Terms --- 8 Key Battleground States --- Is The GOP Poised To Retake The Senate?


     

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