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  • The battle for District 38 - the Republicans

    in News

    Join us on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. when our guests on Record Talk Radio will be Anthony Coppola and Mark DiPisa, the Repubican candidates for State Assembly in the highly competative Legislative District 38.


    This program is the second of a series of programs on the Campaign 2015 races in Bergen County.


    We interviewed the Democratic incumbents Joseph Lagana and Tim Eustace on Aug. 31.


    Future broadcasts will feature the candidates for Bergen County Freeholder.


     


     

  • 01:33

    TRAIL RIDING...A FAMILY AFFAIR on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!

    in Entertainment

    TUESDAY SEPT 1st NOON CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!


    We talk with JIM McGARVEY Executive Director of Back Country Horsemen of America about the fires ravaging our Western States and BCHA's involvment in aiding and supporting the fight.


    Trail Riding is a Family Affair and we travel to Blackhawk Horse Camp LLC on beautiful Pomona Lake in Osage County Kansas to learn more about this family friendly destination. We visit with owner SUSAN JOHNSON.


    Join GARY HOLT and co-host TINA MAE WEBER every Tuesday at Noon CST with entertaining guest and valuable information for the Trail Rider. We take you across the country to visit great riding destinations at Horse Campgrounds and Guest Ranches that you'll want to add to your "Bucket List"
    SADDLE UP AMERICA! is brought to you by Trailguard 24 hour Roadside Assistance Learn more about Trailguard at www.trailguard.org
    *If you miss the Live Show you can listen to the Archived Podcast Anytime at www.equestrianlegacy.net

  • 01:30

    BPEARTHWATCH LIVE, WORLD NEWS AND UPDATES. LIVE CALLERS

    in Science

    Updates from around the planet,  An explosion erupted in an industrial zone in China's Dongying City on Monday, local media outlets reported. People's Daily reported the explosion in Dongying's Lijin county, in Shandong province. The city's population stands at about 2 million. Earlier this month, a series of explosions apparently emanating from a warehouse in Tianjin, China killed at least 145 people.
    http://www.cnbc.com/2015/08/31/major-explosion-reported-in-dongying-china.html
    http://www.BPEarthWatch.Com   http://www.FukushimaRadiation.Info

  • 03:04

    Coming Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    September to Remember starts out "Crazy" as several apocalyptic events take place. Also 3 hurricanes cat 4 form in the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii. Also Russia invades Syria and joins Iran. Also Russia plans to bomb ISIS. Also the "CERN" shutsdown as it ran to hot and was shutdown. Also a building collapsed in Rhode Island and 6 are hurt. Also near Gaza Hamas fires rockets at Israel and Israel responsed and 6 are dead. Also the World Markets are down in China, Asia, Europe, and the Dow Jones down -388 in the first hour. Also a 3rd China Chemical plant explodes. Also a Kentucky County Clerk refuses to issue "Gay Marriage" Licenses despite the Supreme Court descion to force her to do so. These and much more current news events along with bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana. 

  • 00:20

    September fundraising Goals - Lawson For Commission

    in Local

    This morning we kick off September. The goal is to raise $2000 in September towards our goal of raising the qualifying fee.  This will be a big task but not too big it won't get done! Please listen to hear abou the Lawson for Commission campaign and hear why you want to get involved!


    Send your contribution to www.lawsonforcommission.com


    Also to www.gofund.me/lawson2016


    and to www.democracy.com/lawsonforcommission


     

  • Lawrence County High School Football Rivalry Week with Co-host Darin Liles

    in Football

    In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Lawrence County coaches, atheletes and fans about " football rivarly week" and thier love of Lawrence County sports! Coach Rich Dutton is in his 4th season as head coach at Lawrence County High School. He will be coaching the defensive line this season. He is a 1994 graduate of Lawrence County High School, and recieved a B.S. in Spanish from UNA in 1998 where he ran track and cross-country. He coached at Lawrence County as an assistant from 1999-2005 and at Russellville High School from 2006-2007. Most recently he served as defensive coordinator at Austin High School from 2008-2011. He is married to the former Kesha Jeffreys. They have two children, Gracie (14) and Gage (13). Coach Dutton was a part of histroy this past Friday night when he faced his in county rival East Lawrence High School and tied a state record of 7 overtimes.  Coach Jarrod Helms is in his first year at East Lawrence High School and also will go down in the history books in this game to remember. He was previously the Atheletic Director and Head Football Coach at Brilliant High School where he led the school to it's first playoff with in over a decade. He also coached at Deshler, Buckhorn, and Russellville High School. He is originally from the Chalybeate Springs area. He is married to Tara Nesmith Helms, and they have three children, Anna (7), Brady (3), and Bella (1). Coach Helms and his family are members of Providence Baptist Church

  • 01:00

    Short Track News Radio 8/31/15

    in Sports

    LIVE at 8PM Brian Nolte from the Grundy County Speedway/Mazon Hall of Fame joins us to talk about the induction ceremony this weekend along with the 39th Annual Night of Features at the Grundy County Speedway. 3 big nights of racing in the area to talk about so stop by and give a listen as Dan, Gary & Steve talk all things local racing.

  • 03:00

    8-31-2015 - The Citizens Primetime Show

    in Politics

    ARMED BLACK PANTHERS TO TEXAS COPS: ‘WE WILL START CREEPING UP ON YOU IN THE DARKNESS- Armed Black Panther members marched in front of the Waller County jail and shouted, “You’re gonna stop doing what you’re doing, or we will start creeping up on you in the darkness.”The statement was made just two weeks prior to the assassination of a Harris County deputy sheriff.Shannon Miles, a black male, allegedly came “creeping up” behind Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth in the darkness on the night of August 28. While Goforth stood at a convenience store pumping gas into his patrol vehicle, Miles allegedly raised a pistol and shot him dead


    Guatemala needs profound change- Months of protests have coalesced into unified outrage against Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina after the nation’s top prosecutors disclosed evidence that he was embroiled in a graft scandal. A national strike on Aug. 27 has shuttered schools and businesses and brought tens of thousands to the street, with many on SOCIAL MEDIAproclaiming, “I have no president.”  This is a fragile moment for a nation that has never reckoned with the bloody legacy of its internal conflict, from 1960 to 1996, which saw the deaths of more than 200,000 Guatemalans, mostly indigenous Mayans. Guatemala has yet to dismantle the inequality, poverty and racism that gave rise to that conflict. The U.S.-backed elites who used state-sponsored terrorism to crush the 36-year insurgency still wield power


     


     

  • 00:29

    Episode 7: Musician and Singer/Song Writer to Pageant Queen- Music Education!

    in Entertainment

    Alissa has performed on stages across New England including Mohegan Sun, the Massachusetts State House, the Lowell Memorial Auditorium, the House of Blues, the Hard Rock Cafe, Narrows Center for the Arts, the Fairmont Copley Hotel, the Ritz­Carlton Boston, Twin River Casino and events for T. Skorman Entertainment, CES Boxing, Harvard University, MIT, corporations, charities and political candidates. She has held performance residencies at Scampi in Portsmouth, The Rice Barn in Needham MA, Seasons 52 in Chestnut Hill MA, the former Eighty­Eight Lounge in Providence, Zaboo in Manchester NH and most recently, Point Street Pianos in Providence.


     


        In addition to performing, Alissa is a piano/vocal teacher to 35 students in Massachusetts, a student at Harvard University, an advocate for music education through her campaign, Project MIOS and Miss Tri-County Massachusetts: an official preliminary to the Miss Massachusetts and Miss America Scholarship Organizations.

  • 00:28

    Meet Sheila A Caruso, Nafe Director & AVON Leader

    in Women

    Sheila A Caruso,  new director of the Nafe Central Network in CA is a woman who walks her talk, you can be sure if she says she is going to do something you can totally count on her. In addition to being the Nafe Director she is also has been an Avon Independent Sales Representative for 9 years


    She & her two sisters & brother came from a poor childhood, but it made her a stronger & more determined individual  She was born in Cleveland Ohio & moved to California when she was  9. Her parents divorced when she was 10 and her mother re-marrid her step father was physically abusive. Her Mom passed away on the 4th of July 2009  at the age of 80. she had Alzheimer's  and her Dad passed away on December 4, 2009 , one week before his 82nd  Birthday. Several years ago Sheila lost her only son Robert to a heart condition.


    Sheila is a woman who loves to give back and received the Call to Service Award from the President of the United States for over 4000 hours on volunteer work and in the community.


    She has been married to her  husband Al for 44 years,they have lived in Tustin California for 3 1/2 years. She has been in Orange County for 37 years.  She has had a long career in many areas of the office administrative field.


    You can reach Sheila at sheilaacaruso@gmail.com and her phone number is 949 330-0927.


     

  • 00:30

    The battle for District 38 - the Democrats

    in News

    Join us on Monday, Aug. 31 at 10 a.m. when Record Talk Radio kicks off its Campaign 2015 coverage by interviewing the state Assembly candidates in Legislative District 38.


    Democratic incumbents Tim Eustace and Joseph Lagana will be our guests. We'll talk about the issues in the race in one of the most competitive districts in New Jersey.


    Their Republican challengers, Mark DiPisa and Anthony Cappola, will be our guests on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 10 a.m.


    This is the first in a series of interviews with candidates in Bergen County.


     


     

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