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Well, the Iowa Caucuses are finally over. And Matt-Man and Jayman are here to provide you with the best and most in depth analysis of not just the caucus results, but of Iowa itself. We'll cover the good, the bad, the ugly and the sexy when it comes to Iowa, or as we like to call it "East Nebraska." And, of course we might meander off into other areas such as the NFL playoffs as we do tend to get a little distracted from time to time. So, join us and even call in and let us know what you think of the Iowa Caucuses and Iowa itself! We're gonna have a real good time.
Willard Romney won the Iowa GOP caucus by just 8 votes.
The race had shaped up as a two-way dead heat between Romney and Rick Santorum with Iowa GOP chairman Strawn announcing Romney’s victory shortly after 1:30 a.m. The final vote total for Romney was 30,015 to Santorum’s 30,007. Total votes cast: 122,255.
The Iowa caucuses delivered a virtual tie for first place between Romney and Santorum, with Romney ahead by just eight votes.Politico
This special presentation was hosted by Jerry Pippin.
Jim Cullen, editor of The Progress Populist talks about the Iowa caucuses and the prospects for the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries with Vicki N. Jim and Vicki both grew up in Iowa and continue to follow politics there; Jim from Texas and Vicki in Greece. Both are on the Progrssive Populist end of the Democratic Party spectrum. Jim has his finger on the pulse of local, state and national politics as well as being able to explain the history of politics in the USA and in the progressive populist movements.
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Tonight on the 33rd live broadcast of Race Fans Rock Radio Show, host Infield Jen will get a detailed description of Eldora Speedway from her Dedicated Fan In The Stand Reporter, Nathaniel Massy! He observed EVERYTHING at Eldora and is spilling the beans about his experience at this landmark track!
Then Jen is talking with some very dedicated Race Fans who have created replica "street legal" cars of their FAVORITE Drivers! Hear how they got started and how they have used social media to create special bonds and friendships through their passion for these cars and drivers! It is a special story that YOU are NOT going to want to miss! SO DON'T MISS IT!!
Jen gives a run down of what her week was like and how it all went for Brian Keselowski at Lucas Oil Raceway, as well as give a rundown of what YOU can expect this weekend from Pocono Raceway and Iowa Speedway!!
Show starts at 8:00pm (eastern time) / 5:00pm (pacific time)
We begin our 2015 college football preview series of the Power Five conferences by looking at the Big 12. FBF writers and former NFL players Brady Quinn (Notre Dame), Ben Leber (Kansas State), and Matt Chatham (South Dakota) take an in-depth look at the upcoming Big 12 football season. Quinn (Fox Sports color analyst for the Big 12 & Pac 12) and Leber (Fox Sports color analyst for the Big 12 and Conference USA), fresh off their visit to Big 12 Media Days in Dallas, recap the conference media event. The group then discusses favorites, sleeper picks, question marks, and return-to-glory possibilities for Big 12 blue-bloods like Texas and Oklahoma.
The BTPowerhouse staff breakdown the 2015 NBA Draft and specifically some of the Big Ten's 1st Round picks including Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell and Wisconsin's Sam Dekker and Frank Kaminsky. We also take a few minutes to talk about the Big Ten's Summer League players.
It's a slow week in the world in NASCAST land as the team is joined by their friend Michael Sanders of Keeping An Eye On The NASCAR Media Facebook group as they discuss Jones' dominance in both Xfinity & Camping World series (We still hate his team owner), stunned in shock over the news that Kahne's an expectant dad, Laguna Seca NOT being part of NASCAR, why Pukemania should NEVER be in the HOF, Confederate flag controversy, Sonoma predictions, questions, plugs.
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CareGiverStory.com is proud to interview our very special guest —Mary Newbern-Williams is ordained as a Minister of the Word and Sacrament (also called Teaching Elder) in the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. Currently she serves as the Presbyter for Congregational Vitality for the Presbytery of Missouri River Valley, which covers the Greater Omaha, Nebraska and Southwest Iowa. Previously she served as a hospital chaplain with Freeman Hospital in Joplin, MO.
Ms. Newbern-Williams also served as a Chaplain for two senior living facilities in the St. Louis Area, and as Connections Pastor with a congregation. She served for three years on the Committee to Dismantle Racism and Privilege (DRAP), and for an additional one year as the Chair for this Team for the Presbytery of Giddings-Lovejoy. Prior to service in St. Louis, Mary served the Presbytery of John Calvin as General Presbyter and was responsible for 56 PCUSA congregations throughout Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas.
She was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by a PCUSA college in 1999 while serving the PCUSA in Higher Education. She is an author of religious fiction, has published her first novel, and she has written Christian Education curriculum (“Christ as Model”) for the PCUSA, meditations for “These Days”, (2006 and 2012), a series of eight lectionary resource writings for Bread for the World (Hunger for the Word 2006), and was a contributing author to the Women of Color Study Bible and Aspire: The New Women of Color Study Bible. While in St. Louis Mary was a contributing author to the Sparkman Publications Church Magazine and other community publications.
From Dale Jr. getting engaged, to the new rules package, and Erik Jones breaking through not once but twice, Patti Rodisch and Dustin Parks have it all covered.
The biggest news of the off-week is the advent of the proposed 2016 aerodynamic package coming in early at Kentucky, and what it could mean for competition. Along with that, after trying so hard in both Xfinity and Camping World Truck action, Jones finally was able to close the deal, first at Iowa in the truck and then at Chicagoland in the car. Now that the burden of not closing the deal is gone, what's next for this young man?
Along with that, it's a look ahead to the road-racing weekend for both Xfinity and Sprint Cup, as both Road America and Sonoma will see action to close out June.
Tune in at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT to hear it all.
Jessie is originally from Iowa where his parents raised him to have very high morals, standards, and values throughout his life. Jessie moved to California and became a well-known star of the mega-hit CBS primetime reality series, Big Brother. He was on yet another roll! Then, in early 2009, Jessie decided to change his focus and pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a Pro Wrestler.
Jessie signed with SPIKE TV’s mega hit primetime series IMPACT WRESTLING! He then started training at the prestigious Team 3D Wrestling Academy in Kissimmee, Florida in anticipation for his IMPACT WRESTLING debut. Then in December of 2011, he was moved over to the world-renowned Ohio Valley Wrestling School (OVW) in Louisville, Kentucky. We talk about all of that and so much more!!!