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The Bruce and Blanquita Show

Hear Bruce Hathaway and Blanquita Cullum Weekdays 7:00am to 8:00am CST On the No Bull Radio Network of Radio Stations

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NEW*** The Bruce and Blanquita Show*** Can be heard 24/7 on Mixcloud and NOW on TuneIn–also streaming on Nobullradio.com and live on the No Bull Radio Network from 7-8 am (Texas Time y’all)


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The Bruce and Blanquita Show Apr 28, 2016

The Bruce and Blanquita Show

Live on the No Bull Radio Network

Monday-Friday 7-8am

with Bruce Hathaway and Blanquita Cullum

judicialwatch-logoToday’s guests on The Bruce an Blanquita Show included Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, an organization that seeks to promote integrity, transparency, and accountability in government and fidelity to the rule of law.

Tom gives the latest information on the status of the FBI Investigation of the emails of former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton (re: Benghazi).

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Texas Dancehall Radio Show Sunday 3-5pm

Texas Dancehall Radio Show

Sunday Afternoon from 3 to 5 pm

Your Host Chuck Ramsey

2015 Disc Jockey of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists

chuckListen Sunday afternoons from 3-5pm to the Texas Dancehall Radio Show as Chuck takes you back in time when dancehall music, was dancehall music on the No Bull Radio Network.

Two hours of Classic Country, Honky Tonk, Western Swing and everything in between.  Chuck say, “whether it’s old or whether it’s new, it’s gotta be somethin you could dance to,”in order for him to play it.


 

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Kenedy Texas — KCAF 92.1 FM
Beeville Texas — KIBL 1490 AM
Dilley Texas — KVWG 95.3 FM
Pearsall Texas — KMFR 1280 AM

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Tropical Storm Bill Nears Landfall

Tropical Storm Bill Nears Landfall; Major Flood Threat For Texas, Oklahoma, Ozarks (FORECAST)

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  • Tropical Storm Bill will make landfall this morning on the Texas coast between Houston and Corpus Christi.
  • Tropical storm warnings are in effect from Baffin Bay to High Island, Texas.
  • The main impact from Bill is expected to be torrential rain and additional flash flooding/river flooding for parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri.
  • The combination of a storm surge and the tide may cause normally dry areas near the coast to be flooded. This includes areas along the Upper Texas coast where water at high tide may reach 2 to 4 feet above ground. In southwest Louisiana, inundation could reach 1 to 2 feet.
  • Coastal flooding has already been reported along parts of the Upper Texas coast.
  • Gusty winds to tropical storm-force, rip currents and isolated tornadoes are also threats.
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Happy Easter for 2015

Easter Bunny and Eggs

 

Live Easter Bunny in grass with colored Easter eggs.

Photo of the Easter Bunny  and eggs laying in the green grass. © Superbass

The Easter Bunny is a folkloric figure depicted as a rabbit bringing eggs and symbol of Easter. Originating among German Lutherans, the “Easter Hare” originally played the role of a judge, evaluating whether children were good or disobedient in behavior at the start of the season of Eastertide.

In legend, the creature carries colored eggs in his basket, candy, and sometimes also toys to the homes of children, and as such shows similarities to Santa Claus or the Christkind, as they both bring gifts to children on the night before their respective holidays.

In addition, Orthodox churches have a custom of abstaining from eggs during the fast of Lent. The only way to keep them from being wasted was to boil or roast them, and begin eating them to break the fast. As a special dish, they would probably have been decorated as part of the celebrations. Later, German Protestants retained the custom of eating colored eggs for Easter, though they did not continue the tradition of fasting. Eggs boiled with some flowers change their color, bringing the spring into the homes, and some over time added the custom of decorating the eggs.

Many Christians of the Eastern Orthodox Church to this day typically dye their Easter eggs red, the color of blood, in recognition of the blood of the sacrificed Christ (and, of the renewal of life in springtime). Some also use the color green, in honor of the new foliage emerging after the long dead time of winter.

Easter Spring Full moon is 2015 4th April, Astronomical Easter 5th April 2015, Gregorian Easter 5th April 2015, Julian Easter 12th April 2015 and Jewish Passover on 4th April 2015

 

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Aaron Watson Talks About Radio

Aaron Watson Talks Radio

aaron-watson-the-underdogAaron Watson has the number 1 album, currently… but, it isn’t played on mainstream radio! Texas radio and small town radio stations all across the United States and for that matter are taking note of our new Texas Country music that we also call Red Dirt music.

Sony Records Nashville CEO Gary Overton, who said earlier this week, “If you’re not on country radio, you don’t exist.”  (He’s talking about big corporate/mainstream radio stations, he’s not talking about small town Texas radio stations.)

Here’s a really cool article, where Aaron Watson talks about being the Underdog.

Aaron Watson Talks Hitting #1 with “The Underdog”

“My name is Aaron Watson. I’m not played on country radio. And I have the #1 record in country music this week. I do exist.”

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Chris Kyle Day February 2, 2015

CHRIS KYLE DAY in Texas

#ChrisKyleDay declared by Gov. Gregg Abbott, Monday, Feb. 2

Feb. 2, is the second anniversary of Chris’ death.

chris-kyleIn December, 2013, TJ Broscoff left widow, Taya Kyle, and an entire audience in tears when he performed “Ghost Behind The Trigger” at a gala event in Las Vegas. The song, written by TJ Broscoff, Billy O’Rourke and Bill Green, is a tribute to Chris Kyle, the legendary Navy Seal sniper. The tragic news about Kyle’s death in February 2013 dominated national news, and a major motion picture based on his extraordinary life is currently one of the biggest box office hits ever, with Clint Eastwood directing and Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller in starring roles.

A Tribute to a Risen Hero – Navy Seal, Chris Kyle, The American Sniper. This song is available at iTunes, Amazon, and many other online retailers. Proceeds from sales benefit the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation. We hope you will support this fund which helps support our American troops in need. Thank you for listening and viewing.

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Governor Abbott Addresses Texas VFW Convention

Governor Abbott Addresses Texas Veterans of Foreign Affairs (VFW) Convention #ChrisKyleDay

Friday, January 30, 2015  •  Austin, Texas  •  Press Release

Governor Abbott Addresses Texas Veterans of Foreign Affairs (VFW) Convention

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott today addressed the Texans Veterans of Foreign Affairs (VFW) Mid-Winter Convention where he outlined his plan to improve infrastructure, job training, educational opportunities and healthcare access for Texas veterans and military families. In honor of fallen Navy SEAL and American hero Chris Kyle, Governor Abbott also announced his intent to officially declare February 2nd Chris Kyle Day in the state of Texas.

“America is the brightest beacon of freedom the world has ever known for one simple reason – because of you – our veterans, the men and women who put service above self,” Governor Abbott said. “As Governor, I will constantly work to find ways to help our veterans. It’s our duty to help those who helped make America so exceptional. And it’s our duty to honor those whose sacrifice has preserved our freedom.”

Governor Abbott’s VFW Speech:

*Gov. Abbott often deviates from prepared remarks.

It’s an honor to be here with all of you who’ve served our country. America is the brightest beacon of freedom the world has ever known for one simple reason – because of you – our veterans, the men and women who put service above self.

My extended family looks a lot like this crowd today – they’ve served in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. My brother Gary served 20 years in the United States Navy and served in the Persian Gulf at the same time as you, Roy. I’ve seen firsthand the sacrifice you and your families have made.

In times of war and in times of peace, heroes among us have stepped forward. You are those heroes. You stood in the face of dangers known and unknown and protected us from threats from around the world. You sacrificed so much, asked for so little in return, other than the freedom you fought do defend. On behalf of all Texans, I want to thank you for your commitment to our country.

Texans have played a powerful role in defending this nation. More than a million have served. Many more have trained and lived on military installations in the Lone Star State. And today, Texas is the proud home to almost two million veterans, active-duty military, Reserve & National Guard and their families.

I am grateful to the Texas VFW for all you do to help those who have served. The support, fellowship and financial assistance you provide for our Texas veterans, for those on active duty and for those who return home broken from battle is critical to ensure our veterans are respected, that their sacrifices are recognized and their return to civilian life is eased.

But there is more we must do. First we must improve your access to healthcare. No veteran who has fought for this country should be denied access to healthcare because of bureaucratic bungling at the Veteran’s Administration. Having served on the frontlines, you should go to the front of the line to get the healthcare you need.

The VA in Washington is falling short of its obligations. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the RGV. Even the President recognizes this. On a trip to the RGV in 2008, Barack Obama said, “We need a VA hospital right here in the Valley.” Veterans shouldn’t have to drive 200 miles for treatment. It’s now 2015 and I’m calling on the President to keep his word. It’s time to build that VA hospital in the Rio Grande Valley. This week – as Governor – I sent a request to the President asking that he fulfill his promise to build that hospital to care for our veterans in the RGV.

The timing couldn’t be better. We’re opening a new medical school and a state-of-the-art hospital at UTRGV. The co-location of a VA hospital at UTRGV would be a force multiplier ensuring that the growing number of veterans in South Texas have access to first rate healthcare.

That first rate care includes mental healthcare. If a veteran or service member asks for help with PTSD, we can’t allow the backlog at the VA to prevent timely care. I am calling on the Texas Legislature to provide mental health screenings to veterans and service members at no cost.

We must also do more to help veterans in the job market. Texas leads the nation in job creation and yet the unemployment rate for our veterans remains high. That is unacceptable.

By lowering financial barriers, we can help Texas veterans create new jobs for yourselves and for others. That’s why I am asking the Texas Legislature to exempt new businesses – formed by veterans – from having to pay registration fees to the state to open their businesses. I’m also recommending that newly formed, veteran-owned businesses be exempt from paying state franchise taxes for the first five years. And I’m asking state licensing agencies to waive licensing exams and fees for veterans with the required education, training and practical experience gained in the military. If the training you received as an electrician, a technician or a lineman meets the standard of the United States Military, it should be good enough for the state of Texas.

As Governor, I will constantly work to find ways like these to help our veterans. It’s our duty to help those who helped make America so exceptional. And it’s our duty to honor those whose sacrifice has preserved our freedom.

Along those lines, I wanted you to be the first to know…In honor of a Texas son, a Navy SEAL and an American hero – a man who defended his brothers and sisters in arms on and off the battlefield – I am declaring February 2nd Chris Kyle Day in Texas. We will commemorate his passing. But more importantly, remembering his answering of the call of duty.

We thank Chris Kyle and all of you for your service and sacrifice. And we rededicate ourselves o a cause greater than ourselves. To freedom for our children, their children and for generations yet to be born. May God bless you and all who wear the uniform of the United States of America.

Thank you.

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2 NYC Police Officers Shot Execution Style

DeBlasio, Sharpton Have ‘Blood on Their Hands’

Cops Killer Angry over Garner Death

NYPD Officers ShotA gunman who announced online that he was planning to shoot two “pigs” in retaliation for the chokehold death of Eric Garner ambushed two police officers in a patrol car and shot them to death in broad daylight Saturday before running to a subway station and killing himself, authorities said.

“de Blasio, Sharpton and all those who encouraged this anti-cop, racist mentality all have blood on their hands,” said former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik.

The two officers were shot about 3 p.m. while sitting in their marked car in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn by a man identified as Ismaaiyl Brinsley.

Brinsley, who reportedly belonged to a gang, later killed himself on a crowded Brooklyn subway platform as police closed in on him. He bragged on his Instagram page just hours before that he wanted to kill police officers, the Daily News reports.

Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.Newsmax.com/Headline/US-NYPD-Officers-Shot/2014/12/20/id/614257/#ixzz3MV0oZPK1

Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.Newsmax.com/Newsfront/kerik-police-killings-nypd/2014/12/20/id/614261/#ixzz3MV07ZR8g 

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Perry Declines offer to Rename 100 Year Old Academic Building

Perry Declines offer to Rename 100 Year Old Academic Building

Gov. Rick Perry still wants his name out there for 2016, but not etched into a certain building. Perry on Thursday declined an offer from Texas A&M University to rename an iconic 100-year-old academic building on campus after the outgoing governor. Read More


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