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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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Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they celebrate MN.B.R.T. Radio's 5 YEAR Anniversary, We will be doing a open mic night And would like to hear about you & your research. 5 years is a long time& We'd like you to join us on this special day, It was 5 years ago August 21st 2009 I did my first show well on expedition in Iowa. If you were a guest we'd love to hear from you & catch up, We'd also like to hear from our AWESOME listeners too. SQUATCH ON!!!!
Less than two weeks until the start of the college football season, Brandon Rush and Jeff Lyons break down another Power 5 conference, the Big XII. Plus the latest in news from across NFL training camps and preseason action, the Notre Dame academic scandal and much more. Plus a preview of ArenaBowl XXVII.
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This morning on Wake Up Knoxville we will cover the news from the weekend as well as sports, weather and current events. I will also have a recap of the concert from last night at the State Fair which included Foreigner and Styx.
Tune in tomorrow morning and let me know what you thought of this year's Iowa State Fair by calling in or emai: email@example.com
Dr. Bakari is a professor of psychology at Des Moines Area Community College in Iowa. She is also the creator of Talking Trees, an organization that supports and encourages adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse to live openly in order to heal.
She is also a playwright and hosts a FB page also titled Talking Trees. She has been living openly as an incest survivor for the past 6 years when she began to embark on the work with survivors.
To keep balance in her life she practices dance, weight training, runs and is a 3rd degree black belt in taekwondo. She is also a poet and shares some of her work on the Talking Trees website.
She and her husband of 23 years completed their PhDs together while homeschooling their two children. Now days, traveling is the one thing that her entire family enjoys, including trips to Egypt, Turkey, Thailand and Mexico.
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Talking-Trees-Adult-Survivors-of-Childhood-Sexual-Abuse/157082910999500?ref_type=bookmark
Camp Meeting was last Saturday here in DesMoines, Iowa. Thank you to all who helped this 2014 meeting a success God Bless you for coming from far and near. Be a part of this outreach. Harvest time is Now..
This morning on Wake Up Knoxville we will give you the latest in your local news, weather, sports and current events. We will also have an update from Knoxville, Iowa City Manager Harold Stewart. Phone lines will be open for comments as well as our email. See below.
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