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Please join us on Thurs. May 5th, 5 PM for our chat with 2 Republicans with different views on the the controversial budget passed by the House of Representatives on April 15th.
In this essay Delaware Republican Michael Stafford writes:
"It is time to have an open and honest discussion about our collective refusal to pay for the services we expect government to provide. In the end, the federal budget deficit isn't going to be eliminated through budget cuts alone, nor will the best interests of our society be served by the elimination of the social safety net.
Shaun Kenney, Vice-Chairman of the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors, wrote in this blog: "Conservatives need to gird themselves for a budget solution that will cut spending, raise taxes, increase the debt ceiling once and no more, alter the monetary policy of the United States, end major components of the entitlement system, devolve responsibilities to the state such as education, and seriously attack the federal deficit and national debt."
Has I get ready to leave Round Rock Texas, I just share a few thoughts about the adventures I had here. We spent Christmas day with my son and his family. Having a grandson with special needs make life a bit more challenging but still does not lessen my love him.
Christmas is so much more special when children are there.
The day after Christmas My son and I took the Boys over to Austin to Harbor Freight and Fry’s to run some errands. Then I took one of my Grandsons over to Piranha records trying to find some Willie Nelson music for a future show. Normally they carrying everything but today was not one of them. Shopping with my Grandson makes me a proud Grandpa
Saturday Morning my wife went to visit some of our favorite haunts The Book Spot, Half Price Books, because both were having sales and of course we had to go
Saturday afternoon my son and took the boys out one a mini-history trip around Round Rock, First we went out to the White –Lime Mc Neil Post office because Richard had never been there
While we there a train passed by which gave Brandon a big thrill, From there we actually found the Round Rock in Rock Texas, and then onto the Round Rock Memorial Park because they have a WWII torpedo one display to honor all the Submarines lost in that war, of course this leads me to this question “Why a Torpedo in Central Texas honoring lost submarines”? Perhaps a research question for another show
We also got a picture of the Christmas Ornament at the Water Tower
Every time we come out to Texas we always have a new set of adventures highlighted by the time we get to spend Richard, Sara, Brandon and Ryan
I would be Remiss if I did not mention this but Sara made homemade Cinnamon rolls that out do anyone or any chains, or independent bakery they are the simply the best
There is no disputing statistics. They are gathered from events, not "scenarios". They are made up of real people, real lives, real deaths. The steady decline of mental health facilities, mental health workers and mental health budgets has left far too many outside the help they need. One out of three people will experience some sort of mental health issue in their lives. Do you think that adequate services should be available for these episodes? Or do you agree with the "modern" methods of eliminating services and pretending the problem doesn't exist? Media, and by reflection the general public, tend to marginalize people who don't fit the "norm", whatever the hell that is. What if it is your loved one, your friend, yourself that needs the help required to regain your direction and focus?
Kelly Thomas. Martin Hall. Ashley Smith. Jeffrey Towe. Teresa Sheehan. Barbara Stewart. James Popkowski. Bartolo Ford. Thousands more like them. Who are these people? They are people who needed help but none was available. They were left to deal with police. We know how police deal with "non-compliance". Most of the time, it is "Obey or Die". But thankfully, not all.
If law enforcement is forced to become front-line mental health workers, why are they not being instructed how to deal with these circumstances? CIT (Crisis Intervention Training) is slowly becoming the standard. Budget restraints are the excuse being used to delay and deny it. What has to change to help save lives and prevent social chaos from protests?
Guest host @canadianglen is joined by @Firec0re to examine this issue. The personal experiences of @Firec0re motivate her to be involved in this societal void to help correct it. Join us, listen, chat, call in. The final Saturday episode of Rebelution Radio for 2014 looks to take the warmth of the holiday season and talk about a big problem, in a positive way.
Hello POH faithful! On today's edition of Phin Outta Water, me and the crew will be digging into all the important games of tomorrow that will have big implications on who makes the playoffs and who gets what seeding. Along with discussing these games, we will be speculating at which potential matchups we are liekly to see in the playoffs, as well as who our favorites and darkhorses are going to be for these playoffs. This is an episode of Phin Outta Water you won't want to miss!
If you haven’t before, TODAY is the DAY to tune in to our final “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program with Frat House Mike bringing you some of the fun from this past pre-holiday week on the Frat House Sports Radio Network.
Jim Williams sounds off BIG TIME on the Philadelphia Eagles right at the start of Wednesday’s Inside the War Nest program . . . before bringing in their special guest from TheGiantsBeat.com, David Aitken to chat about a meaningless final game against the New York Giants.
There are so many confusing and perhaps ridiculous playoff scenarios floating as we enter the final regular season week of the NFL . . . and we start it off with Frat House Mike and Brandon seemingly keeping it straight on Tuesday’s Red Zone Blitz program chatting about the final Wild Card in the AFC and the ridiculous NFC South!
Finally, we couldn’t close the regular season without another “4 Minutes of Football” starring Rex Ryan, the Thugs-of-the-NFL, and Kurt Warner. And, don’t forget our Picks-of-the-Week with an extra gift in the mix: Cleveland Browns – Baltimore Ravens / Carolina Panthers – Atlanta Falcons / Detroit Lions – Green Bay Packers / St. Louis Rams – Seattle Seahawks / Cincinnati Bengals – Pittsburgh Steelers.
Be sure to be there from the top of the show for FHS's famous Frat House Mike's Saturday Commentary!
Give it a listen and be sure to give Mike a call at 347 – 826 – 9964 . . . because, he’s all by himself, and needs someone to talk to!
Mike Silva and Joe Buono say goodbye to a difficult year in New York sports with their top moments. In preperation for "black Monday" in the NFL, Greg Hanlon of VICE talks about the Giants and Tom Coughlin and Kristian Dyer of Metro NY talks about Rex Ryan and John Idzik's future.
Tammie has been featured on television programs such as The Augusta Awakening in Augusta GA and God TV’s Power 4 Today with Ryan LeStrange. She speaks, prays, and releases the fiery love of God prophetically. When she ministers the lost are saved, sick are healed, leaders begin to bow to their knees to their “First Love” again, dreamers begin to dream again, and destiny is awakened in hearts that have fallen asleep!
“She carries the torch of the pure fire and lights the torches across generations as she runs the race set before her” – Josiah Watcher Worship Leader
In addition to functioning as a full-time ordained minister, evangelist and youth pastor Tammie Southerland is a Certified Life Coach and Biblical Counselor. She specializes in deep inner healing and breaking free those bound by sexual abuse, addictions, self-harm, and sexual sin. She is also an integral part of the ministry in her home church, REALife Ministries in Greenwood, South Carolina.
Tonight on the program, we have a packed show for you! First, the owner and publisher of USCFootball .com, Ryan Abraham, will join the program to preview the Holiday Bowl game between USC and Nebraska. We will get his thoughts on the season overall as well as keys to the game. Later in the program, we will hear from TJ Barnes, DT for the New York Jets. TJ tells us about what it is like playing for Rex Ryan, the season in general for the Jets and more! Top headlines and more as we are LIVE!
No “holiday” here as The Frat House Gang are bringing you a full post-Christmas program in their 172nd version of The Frat House Sports Show . . . right before the final weekend on the NFL regular season!
And, since we’re talking football . . . let’s take a look at the “State of the NFL QB.” There seems to be a lot of bad ones. Is this a lack of coaching? Schemes too complicated? Or, are young quarterbacks just rushed into the game too soon? What happens next year to Jay Cutler, Brian Hoyer, Colt McCoy, Ryan Mallett, Michael Vick . . . Johnny Football?
Topics then change to the left coast and Roger Goodell’s announcement that there will be no football in L.A next season, and what of Tony Sparano? Should he be the Raiders permanent head coach?
We've got "4 Minutes of Football" . . . AND, the final picks of the season in some of the most important games: Cleveland Browns – Baltimore Ravens / Carolina Panthers – Atlanta Falcons / Detroit Lions – Green Bay Packers / St. Louis Rams – Seattle Seahawks / Cincinnati Bengals – Pittsburgh Steelers.
With all of this and much more coming live, you know you want to listen up and chime in. Jump right in with the guys at 347 - 826 - 9964!
We missed you just as much as you missed us, so Jane and Ryan have a lengthy conversation about:
- all possible feelings related to Michigan's coaching hunt
- what a weird coaching hiring season it's been generally
- assigning each CFB Playoff team a Janet Jackson song
- of course we gave Alabama "Rhythm Nation"
- the Pro Bowl, and how it can be improved