Sunday, October 15, 2017

Trump Puppets who regularly make people nauseous on CNN and the biggest right now is Ben Ferguson

CNN needs to clean house again and this time it is Ben Ferguson that needs to go

Ben Ferguson 
You sometimes run across people who have the ability to make you feel sick to your stomach. Ben Ferguson is one of those people. He is a regular on CNN and he is a Trump puppet.  No matter what Trump does, Ben has a defense for it.  

Viewers wanted Kayleigh McEnany & Jeffrey Lord gone

Yes, the viewers wanted those two gone and rallied together to send emails, call and make known to CNN that those two needed to go. They are gone.  Folks always wanted Paris Dennard gone and nobody has seen him in a couple of weeks.  However, no official notice has gone out that he is gone so perhaps people should still be emailing in about him.  

Campaign to get Ben Ferguson Gone

It is now time to launch the campaign to get Ben Ferguson gone. You can start by emailing CNN at

It is as easy as clicking the link and typing in, PLEASE GET RID OF BEN FERGUSON or I am going to stop watching CNN.  He is a disgusting TRUMP supporter who was part of the Trump campaign and he himself should be getting investigated by Robert Mueller. 

More about Ferguson 

See video of Ben making an idiot out of himself.  One could ascertain that Ben fights so hard for Trump because he is attempting to defend himself.  This guy is a real piece of work. He cheated on his wife and it came out while he wife was getting ready to deliver his baby this past summer...  

He truly is gross and it really seems like he has something to hide. 

And More ridiculous from Ben Ferguson!!

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Jason Aldean cancels this weekends shows in respect and mourning for the victims of Las Vegas.


From Jason Aldean's via his PR Agency: 

Jason Aldean
As a result of what happened in Las Vegas this week, we have decided to cancel this coming weekend's shows. I feel like out of respect for the victims, their families and our fans, it is the right thing to do. It has been an emotional time for everyone involved this week, so we plan to take some time to mourn the ones we have lost and be close with our family and friends. Our plan is to resume the tour the following week in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Our first time back onstage will be a very tough and emotional thing for us, but we will all get through it together and honor the people we lost by doing the only thing we know how to do - play our songs for them. I hope everyone understands why we can't play this weekend and I'm sorry if anyone is disappointed.

I want to say thank you for the outpouring of love from my friends and fans we have received over the last couple days. You guys have no idea how much you have helped get us through this tough time.

Thank You and God Bless. 

This weekend’s dates for the Jason Aldean THEY DON’T KNOW TOUR have been cancelled in Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA and Anaheim, CA.  The tour will resume on Oct. 12 in Tulsa, OK.  Refunds are available at point of purchase.  

Acoustic Concert Book Tour with Author Rhonda Nelson and husband Wayne Nelson (LITTLE RIVER BAND) announced today


A Different Life Acoustic Concert Book Tour

Rhonda will share behind-the-scenes stories from A Different Life in between Little River Band hits such as “Cool Change,” “Lady,” and “Reminiscing.” The set list will also feature songs from the group’s holiday album, A Little River Band Christmas. The presentation will be similar to a songwriter’s night, with Wayne and Rhonda providing a glimpse about what life on the road is really like.

Wayne & Rhonda Nelson
Author Rhonda Nelson will be joined by her husband, Little River Band’s lead singer Wayne Nelson, to promote her beautiful new book, A Different Life, with an acoustic tour in December. The Nelsons, who celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary on October 1, will be joined on the tour by two other members of Little River Band, Greg Hind and Chris Marion. Author Rhonda Nelson and husband Wayne Nelson (LITTLE RIVER BAND) announce acoustic concert book tour.

Book Tour and Acoustic concerts

It will be a busy month, as the tour will include two Christmas performances with the full lineup of Little River Band. These dates include December 2 in Delray Beach, Florida, where the Nelsons live, as well as December 12 in Nashville, which is Rhonda’s hometown. These performances are part of the Little River Band’s annual Carols by Candlelight performances, which are inspired by a holiday tradition in Australia. Both concerts will benefit children’s organizations in their respective cities. In addition, the last book event on the tour will visit Wayne’s hometown of Chillicothe, Illinois, on December 15.

About the acoustic book tour

In each book event, Rhonda, Wayne and Little River Band members will stay after the show for autographs and photos. Rhonda relaunched her social media presence in 2017 with the Instagram account, @rhondaraves. Her website is Her debut book, A Different Life, includes family recipes, introductions to members of Little River Band, and memories from her life.
Acoustic Concert Book Tour dates include:
Sunday, December 3: Fort Myers, Florida
“From the Road” at The Barrel Room
Tickets: (239) 278-5236
Wednesday, December 6: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Fundraiser for Southern Comfort Maltese Rescue at The Camp House
Tickets: Event website
Friday, December 8: Carbondale, Illinois
A Special Evening With Rhonda Nelson & Wayne Nelson at The Varsity Center
Tickets: Event website
Saturday, December 9: Steelville, Missouri
A Special Evening With Rhonda Nelson & Wayne Nelson at the Soda Fountain
Tickets: Event website
Wednesday, December 13 and Thursday, December 14: Camdenton, Missouri
A Special Evening With Rhonda Nelson & Wayne Nelson at Casa De Loco Winery
Tickets: (573) 317-9695
Friday, December 15: Chillicothe, Illinois
A Special Evening With Rhonda Nelson & Wayne Nelson at The Town Theatre
Tickets: Event website


Saturday, December 2: Delray Beach, Florida
Carols By Candlelight at Old School Square Pavilion
Tickets: Event website

Tuesday, December 12: Nashville, Tennessee
Carols By Candlelight at Marathon Music Works
Tickets: Event website

*Carols by Candlelight are not book events.  They are full Little River Band Shows that include Christmas songs. Little River Band invites some special guests to come and perform with them at these special benefit events. 


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Monday, October 2, 2017

What is really going on in Puerto Rico and the news is upsetting and the stuff that gets features in normal folks nightmares

What is really going on in Puerto Rico?
Below is a statement from somebody living this nightmare.

An eyewitness account of the situation in Puerto Rico from a desperate American citizen whom Trump says is not doing enough to help himself:

"I'm in Puerto Rico. I work as a power operator for the electric company. I have a 32 week pregnant wife, this is the first time since our collapse that face book news feed logged and updated. This is my top story. I am enraged and desperate.

First off, FEMA has federalized our gas and diesel channels. The lines at a gas station to fill your tank is around 12 hrs. I've done it twice. They have hoarded all resources and manpower meaning transportation truckers capable of supplying gas stations. FEMA right now has made the gas crisis horrible. I traveled far to find family members since communications are down.
All condos have no diesel so no water can go up the pumps to flush. The smell of shit and piss is beyond this hemisphere.
Because of no diesel we are having our sick dying in their homes. Some died bc of oxygen failures bc their generators eventually died but bc of no way to get a drop a single drop of diesel or gas for a week. I found most of them. I still after a week cannot see my mom, a mountainside of dead trees are in the way making it impassable. I called her she has food and water for a day more. That’s gonna be my mission tomorrow. Get my mother some food.
Most and I mean almost all trees in the island are dead. Meaning no vapor. No clouds. No rain. We have to reforest immediately or we become a desert island. A dead island. I cannot recall a day where I looked up and saw no clouds. It’s been a week now and the sight is terrifying.

There have been absolutely no drops of any supplies to anyone. At all. There has been no messages on radios nor speakers regarding supply drops or water. Jones Act prevents ships from around the world to come directly here without it stopping first in the US then having those supplies moved to a US shipping container and then sent here. So now the world can see the horror of that. They cannot send help directly and time is running out.

Common sights around Puerto Rico after Maria
As I write this I’m on a ceiling of the third home I called home during this disaster. As water and supplies and dangers arise we have to keep moving. My wife’s best friend lost her pregnancy during this ordeal. Now I’m so terrified of my wife’s pregnancy. I’ve no damn idea how in 7 weeks I’m gonna help my baby girl survive this heat wave that never stops now we lost our vegetation and she cannot travel because of advance stage pregnancy. I felt useless trying to console my wife because her bf baby died.

Btw thank you airlines for charging 2k for a plane ticket when they normally sell for 300 so people can get away. I can see the small island grande airstrip from here and see the little planes leave at all times, they are ferrying people to the Dominican republic and then fly to the states. Granted our main intl airport suffer the loss of the traffic control for 30 miles and commercial flights are hesitant to come. Thanks for the price hike. Get the damn army to put radar like in a war zone and get us moving.

Anyway. This is my rant. I'm just desperate. I hope it's not like what I heard at the bank line today that all trump said was that we need to pay Wall Street our debt while we are dying here and then he talks about peaceful protesters taking a knee on the anthem. Yeah, I just can believe that." This is the reality people are facing.

We have read stories of people having to BURY DECEASED LOVED ONES in their yards because they can't figure out what else to do with them.  Their hopes is to have decent burials for them as soon as they can.  

Puerto Rico needs all the love we can give them.  

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Dan Reeder releasing 'Nobody Wants To Be You,' on Oh Boy Records

Oh Boy Records to Release Dan Reeder’s Nobody wants to be you.
on November 10

Today, Oh Boy Records announces the upcoming release of Dan Reeder’s newest project, Nobody wants to be you. on November 10. The five-song EP will be distributed by Thirty Tigers and was produced by Reeder himself.

Nobody wants to be you. marks Reeder’s fourth release on Oh Boy Records, a relationship formed after Reeder sent a burned CD to John Prine in the early 2000’s. Prine listened, signed Reeder to his label, toured with him four times, and released all three of Reeder’s previous records: Dan Reeder (2004),Sweetheart (2005), and This New Century (2009). The albums garnered glowing reviews; publications like No Depression deemed him “brilliant,” and NPR’s Fresh Air compared Reeder to Prine himself.The New Yorker’s Ben Greenman coined him as “one of the foremost outsider artists in modern folk” and he was featured on the Emmy award-winning show Weeds (“Work Song”).

While Nobody wants to be you is the precursor to a full-length (set for a 2018 release), the EP isn’t lacking in tenacity and holds true to his distinct style: slightly quirky, painstakingly honest, and undeniably witty. Compared to its predecessors, his latest work delivers a brighter, more energized tone, full of what Reeder calls “easy piano.” This can arguably be heard on the first single, “Kung fu is my fighting style”, a rock-n-roll, piano-driven ballad with a uniquely-distorted electric guitar solo, which also happens to be the only guitar on the entire album. On the other hand, the opening and title track, “Nobody wants to be you” is much more soothing. The bluntness of the lyrics are softened by Reeder’s crooning; yet, even with multi-layered harmonies, his voice maintains its iconic “wisp.” While the album varies from the folk groundwork laid in the past, Reeder’s musical intelligence is as present as ever. When you listen to Nobody wants to be you, you’re hearing more than an album. You’re hearing every piece of a self-made artist and his multi-faceted skill set -- from the soulful, smoky vocal overlay to a singular, meticulous guitar sound, but best of all, you’re hearing the ingenuity that is Dan Reeder.

In addition to his musical background, Reeder designs all of his album art (including the cover of Nobody wants to be you., featured above) and is a critically-acclaimed visual artist. Since moving from California to Nuremberg, Germany, over 30 years ago, he has won various visual art awards, participated in numerous exhibitions, led art seminars, and took on a visiting professorship at the Akademie der Bildenden K√ľnste (aka, Germany’s Academy of Fine Arts). In 2012, he published an overview of his work titled Art Pussies Fear This Book.

For more information, visit

About Oh Boy Records:
Oh Boy Records is an independent American record label located in Nashville, Tennessee and founded in 1981 by Grammy Award-winning songwriter John Prine and his longtime manager Al Bunetta. The label has released more than 40 audio and video recordings by singer-songwriters Prine, Kris Kristofferson, Daniel "Slick" Ballinger, Shawn Camp, Dan Reeder, and Todd Snider-- along with a dozen reissues of classic country music artists.

In 1980, Prine finished his recording contract with Asylum and moved to Nashville. Rather than sign with another label, he decided to start one of his own, and was joined by Bunetta. The new Oh Boy label's first release was a red vinyl Christmas single with Prine singing "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" on the A-side and "Silver Bells" on the B-side. The first full-length release was Prine's Aimless Love in 1984. Oh Boy is the second oldest artist owned independent label in the country, and the oldest in Nashville. 

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Paris Dennard continues to support a man who can't construct a full and comprehensive sentence

Paris Dennard 
Paris Dennard appears several times a week on CNN supporting a man who speaks like a 6 year old child.  In fact, I know many 6 years old that speak with more clarity and cohesion than Donald Trump does. 

It is time for the viewers to start the CNN DUMP DENNARD campaign.  We helped get rid of Kayleigh McEnany and Jack Lord.  It is time for Dennard to go! 

Start calling CNN at (404) 827-1700. The phone will be answered by an automated system.  Press 2 and it will give you more options.  Press 3 to leave a message that you want Paris Dennard gone.  

We could all use a little love right now.  ENJOY 'LOVE IS' by LITTLE RIVER BAND!! 

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Mark Zuckerberg's Promise to do better with FACEBOOK to prevent the Russians from interfering in ALL ELECTIONS!!

Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Promise
Mark Zuckerberg went "LIVE" on Facebook and made a video statement.  He had more to say and we have not only embedded it here for you but have copied and pasted his promise here for your convenience. 
Mark Zuckerberg
"I just went live a minute ago. Here’s what I said:
Today is my first day back in the office after taking parental leave. It was really special to be with Priscilla and August after she was born, and to get to spend some more time with Max.
While I was out on leave, I spent a lot of time with our teams on the question of Russian interference in the US elections. I made some decisions on the next steps we're taking, and I want to share those with you now.
Mark Zuckerberg in Russia
First, let me say this. I care deeply about the democratic process and protecting its integrity. Facebook's mission is all about giving people a voice and bringing people closer together. Those are deeply democratic values and we're proud of them. I don't want anyone to use our tools to undermine democracy. That's not what we stand for.
The integrity of our elections is fundamental to democracy around the world. That's why we've built teams dedicated to working on election integrity and preventing governments from interfering in the elections of other nations. And as we've shared before, our teams have found and shut down thousands of fake accounts that could be attempting to influence elections in many countries, including recently in the French elections.
Now, I wish I could tell you we're going to be able to stop all interference, but that wouldn't be realistic. There will always be bad people in the world, and we can't prevent all governments from all interference. But we can make it harder. We can make it a lot harder. And that's what we're going to do.
So today I want to share the steps we're taking to protect election integrity and make sure that Facebook is a force for good in democracy. While the amount of problematic content we've found so far remains relatively small, any attempted interference is a serious issue. Here are 9 things we'll be working on over the next few months:
1. We are actively working with the US government on its ongoing investigations into Russian interference. We have been investigating this for many months, and for a while we had found no evidence of fake accounts linked to Russia running ads. When we recently uncovered this activity, we provided that information to the special counsel. We also briefed Congress -- and this morning I directed our team to provide the ads we've found to Congress as well. As a general rule, we are limited in what we can discuss publicly about law enforcement investigations, so we may not always be able to share our findings publicly. But we support Congress in deciding how to best use this information to inform the public, and we expect the government to publish its findings when their investigation is complete.
2. We will continue our investigation into what happened on Facebook in this election. We may find more, and if we do, we will continue to work with the government. We are looking into foreign actors, including additional Russian groups and other former Soviet states, as well as organizations like the campaigns, to further our understanding of how they used our tools. These investigations will take some time, but we will continue our thorough review.

3. Going forward -- and perhaps the most important step we're taking -- we're going to make political advertising more transparent. When someone buys political ads on TV or other media, they're required by law to disclose who paid for them. But you still don't know if you're seeing the same messages as everyone else. So we're going to bring Facebook to an even higher standard of transparency. Not only will you have to disclose which page paid for an ad, but we will also make it so you can visit an advertiser's page and see the ads they're currently running to any audience on Facebook. We will roll this out over the coming months, and we will work with others to create a new standard for transparency in online political ads.
4. We will strengthen our ad review process for political ads. To be clear, it has always been against our policies to use any of our tools in a way that breaks the law -- and we already have many controls in place to prevent this. But we can do more. Most ads are bought programmatically through our apps and website without the advertiser ever speaking to anyone at Facebook. That's what happened here. But even without our employees involved in the sales, we can do better.
Now, I'm not going to sit here and tell you we're going to catch all bad content in our system. We don't check what people say before they say it, and frankly, I don't think our society should want us to. Freedom means you don't have to ask permission first, and that by default you can say what you want. If you break our community standards or the law, then you're going to face consequences afterwards. We won't catch everyone immediately, but we can make it harder to try to interfere.
5. We are increasing our investment in security and specifically election integrity. In the next year, we will more than double the team working on election integrity. In total, we'll add more than 250 people across all our teams focused on security and safety for our community.
6. We will expand our partnerships with election commissions around the world. We already work with electoral commissions in many countries to help people register to vote and learn about the issues. We'll keep doing that, and now we're also going to establish a channel to inform election commissions of the online risks we've identified in their specific elections.
7. We will increase sharing of threat information with other tech and security companies. We already share information on bad actors on the internet through programs like ThreatExchange, and now we're exploring ways we can share more information about anyone attempting to interfere with elections. It is important that tech companies collaborate on this because it's almost certain that any actor trying to misuse Facebook will also be trying to abuse other internet platforms too.
8. We are working proactively to strengthen the democratic process. Beyond pushing back against threats, we will also create more services to protect our community while engaging in political discourse. For example, we're looking at adapting our anti-bullying systems to protect against political harassment as well, and we're scaling our ballot information tools to help more people understand the issues.
9. We have been working to ensure the integrity of the German elections this weekend, from taking actions against thousands of fake accounts, to partnering with public authorities like the Federal Office for Information Security, to sharing security practices with the candidates and parties. We're also examining the activity of accounts we've removed and have not yet found a similar type of effort in Germany. This is incredibly important and we have been focused on this for a while.
At the same time, it's important not to lose sight of the more straightforward and larger ways Facebook plays a role in elections -- and these effects operate at much larger scales of 100x or 1000x bigger than what we're discussing here.
In 2016, people had billions of interactions and open discussions on Facebook that may never have happened offline. Candidates had direct channels to communicate with tens of millions of citizens. Campaigns spent tens of millions organizing and advertising online to get their messages out further. And we organized "get out the vote" efforts that helped as many as 2 million people register to vote who might not have voted otherwise. Many of these dynamics were new in this election, or at much larger scale than ever before in history, and at much larger scale than the interference we've found.
But we are in a new world. It is a new challenge for internet communities to deal with nation states attempting to subvert elections. But if that's what we must do, we are committed to rising to the occasion. Our sophistication in handling these threats is growing and improving quickly. We will continue working with the government to understand the full extent of Russian interference, and we will do our part not only to ensure the integrity of free and fair elections around the world, but also to give everyone a voice and to be a force for good in democracy everywhere.
Thanks for tuning in, and we'll keep you updated with more soon. You can read more on our Hard Questions blog here:"