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  • 01:11

    Texas Biker Radio #117 - Organizing A Must

    in Podcasting

    Texas Biker Radio #117 Wit Mel Moss & mel Robins of SOLR RC 

    On Tonights Show: The Races are heating up - CLEAT who the hell are they - Willie Tompkins For Sheriff - Can Swanton return to the Piggly Wiggly after being on the front lines - when was the lat time he was on a front line - Doess McNamara look 21st centry in 6 shooter junction - Can Waco get over the past KKK involvement - US Defenders - Queensland "Damn" - 

    Texas Biker Radio #117  - 8:PM CST -  02/08/16

  • 01:04

    Denver Broncos win SB50 over Carolina Panthers 24-10 led by MVP Von Miller

    in Sports

    We begin our show with our Super Bowl 50 Review. Discussing how the Denver Broncos defeated Carolina Panthers 24-10 led by MVP Von Miller and the Broncos Def. Now where do we rank "The Sheriff" Peyton Manning 2-2 in Super Bowl history, his 200th career win and the only QB to win with 2 different teams. Can the MVP Cam Newton make it back to the big game? How did halftime and the commercials go? We will discuss the Hall of Fame class led by Brett Farve and discuss the NFL Honors winners. Next up in NBA news the New York Knicks fire Head Coach Derek Fisher and Kurt Rambis is the interim, but what should they do next? Warriors beat Thunder. We end with College Basketball Top 25 rankings and who might be the #1 seeds in the Big Dance. Join us 7 30PM ET Call us 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com

  • 01:13

    Winchester Radio--Discussion of Supernatural's 'Don't You Forget About Me'

    in Entertainment

    Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) drop in on Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes), Claire (guest star Kathryn Newton) and Alex (guest star Katherine Ramdine) after receiving a panicked phone call from Claire.  She believes the recent murders in town are supernatural and wants the boys’ help.  However, Sheriff Mills tells Sam and Dean that Claire has been getting into trouble lately as she’s been attacking normal people and accusing them of being monsters.  Stefan Pleszczynski directed the episode written by Nancy Won (#1112).

  • 01:15

    We Are The Change Now/ with Sheriff Elect Ricky Redding

    in Lifestyle

     On this show our guest will be Ricky B Redding, whom the organization has endorsed for Sheriff of Crisp County in 2016. For the first half of the show, Ricky will be joined by his wife, three children, and his mother who will help to shed some light on Ricky the man and human being. In the second half, he will be joined by Byrd Tripp, Team Leader for MBKC's Leadership & Elected Officials Team & Sylinda Mumphery, Co-Team Leader for MSKC, who will help to shed some light on Ricky the candidate and leader. 



  • 00:55

    Tonya Kappes takes center Stage on Literary Viewpoints with Fran Lewis

    in Books

    What would you do if you ran a funeral home and before you can bury the person that is dead you had to find out who killed them? Mamie Sus Preston died and her headstone says: I TOLD YO I WAS SICK. She was the richest woman in Sleepy Hollow, Kentucky, and also the biggest complainer of illnesses. But, someone killed her and covered it up and Emma Lee, who owns and runs the Eternal Slumber Funeral HOme, knows that because her ghost told it to her first hand. So, who killed her and why is she offerring big bucks to Emma Lee to find out? A Ghostly Murder: Tonya Kappes reveals the truth. Join me as we talk about her series and meet her wild and zany grandmother who just adds to the fun as Emma Lee and her sheriff boyfriend take on a deadly murderer.

  • 02:03

    Gender Journeys with Special Guest Thomi Clinton

    in LGBT

    Today our Special Guest is Thomi Clinton ~ Director of the Transgender Communtiy Coalition in Palm Springs, CA. Thomi is truly an amazing woman and we are excited that she will be joining us live so that you can ask her questions from the phone lines or the chat room. 

    The Transgender Community in the Inland Empire began coming to her with serious social and human rights issues. She decided to come forward, proactively, when one of the Transgender women attempted suicide. In the past two years she has become the center of visibility for the Transgender Community and has worked hard to make Transgender and Intersex individuals in her community safer by helping them to be treated with dignity and respect. She has aggressively beaten the statistics that keep Transgender people from equality in the above mentioned areas of life.

    A few of her recent accomplishments ~       

    Creating a Transgender Health Treatment Center with Borrego Health Foundation for low or no income Transgender and Intersex people to acquire health services that are unique to them.
    Assisted or directly trained Police and Sheriff Departments on appropriate Transgender interactions within the Coachella Valley.
    Trains staff at homeless shelters to be Transgender inclusive.
    Works closely with local community Transgender people to help find housing and employment   

    For a full bio on Thomi and her work please visit, http://transcc.org/meet-the-director.html or go to, www.transcc.org to learn more about the organization.

  • 00:44

    TJ Morris

    in Books

    Writing Under the Influence welcomes TJ Morris, author of Blood is Thicker Than Color, a historical fiction based in the 1920's. The protagonist named Eugene "Jack" Brewer is a negro man who had an unfortunate mishap with a white sheriff, during which a black woman was killed in the crossfire. Tune in and listen to the rest as well as her poetry. Visit her site at www.tjmorris.info. 

  • 01:00

    Trump Skips Last Iowa Debate - Will It Cost Him?

    in Current Events

    Fred Barnes is executive editor of The Weekly Standard, which he cofounded in 1995. From 1985 to 1995, he was senior editor and White House correspondent for the New Republic. He covered the Supreme Court and the White House for the Washington Star before moving to the Baltimore Sun in 1979. He served as the national political correspondent for the Sun and wrote the "Presswatch" media column for the American Spectator.

    Barnes appears regularly on the Fox News Channel. From 1988 to 1998 he was a regular panelist on the McLaughlin Group. He has also appeared on Nightline, Meet the Press, Face the Nation, and the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.



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    Sheriff Mack

  • 01:35

    1DimitriRadio: #Trump dump of #Fox Debate Bump Up for #GOP #Cruz won't lose

    in News

    Opening Monologue 

    Donald Trump makes his first big unforced error. REALLY BIG. In an instant, his strength morphs into pathetic weakness. What's the deal with that?! Is Fox News babe Megyn Kelly that intimidating? And because of this Trump dump of Fox, no one notices an important Trump endorsement by Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio. #EpicFail

    "There is a God!"

       ~ Ted Cruz


    First Segment

    Interview with college president and author Joe Castleberry (The New Pilgrims: How Immigrants Are Renewing America's Faith and Values). He loves lots of immigrants (and the Crimson Tide) but there’s no love lost for Trump.

  • 00:31

    Interview with Rebecca Woodworth Brodie

    in Goals

     I became involved working with inmates quite by accident. One day, a colleague asked me to meet with a woman incarcerated at MCI Framingham. I was really scared to go inside a prison but, in the end, it was not at all like I expected. The inmates were all dressed in sweat suits and bright white Keds style sneakers. The visiting room was open and bright and there was a play section with toys off to one side. Some of the inmates walked puppies on leashes. I felt more like I was in a college dorm than in a prison.

    When I met with the client, she was pleasant and polite. She didn’t proclaim innocence or make excuses. She fully accepted her situation and understood she had made poor choices. She was about my age. She was a mom, She had been involved with bad guys. Her life had been a lot like mine. Meeting this client changed my life and made me realize how, if not for a few different choices, she and I could be on opposite sides of the visitation table.

    Since that day, I began doing more work with inmates and working to change the outcome of those incarcerated. Eventually, my work with inmates led me to pursue a Master’s degree in criminal justice. I studied recidivism, prison programs, and the epidemic of suicides in prisons; of both inmates and correctional officers. I finished my MA from UMass Lowell in 2014.

    Since finishing my degree in criminal justice, I have been working toward prison reform. My goal is to overhaul the entire Massachusetts correctional system; making the system better for inmates, officers, communities as well as all the other stakeholders in the system. In my spare time, I am working toward a Master’s Degree in the Public Policy department from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth – and running for Sheriff of Middlesex County (the first woman ever to even run for this office)

  • 01:02

    Adam Archuleta of CBS Sports talks Broncos vs Panthers in SB50 & Rams to LA

    in Sports

    We start our show discussing the road to Super Bowl 50, where the match up is Broncos vs Panthers. How did the Broncos and Panthers win? We will be joined by Adam Archuleta CBS Sports NFL Broadcaster and Former NFL Player who played in the Super Bowl for the St. Louis Rams. We will ask him to analyze the games and his early thoughts on SB50, plus the Rams move from STL to LA. Now we have Peyton Manning vs Cam Newton, The Sheriff vs Superman. Next up we will look at the NBA standings with Warriors vs Spurs and Bulls big win over Cavs and more. We finish the show with College Hoops Top 25 and should UNC or Oklahoma be #1? Join us 1PM ET Call in 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com