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Rick Shaddock talks about the Bitcoin revolution that is happening in Fairfield with James Moore.

34:55 minutes (31.97 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Talkback with Newsvandal JP Sottile with James Moore who delve Inside the Headlines for the Week That Was.

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Judyth Vary Baker has a compelling story to tell. Her boyfriend, Lee Harvey Oswald, is one of the most vilified characters in American history. Would you still feel that way if you knew he may have been set up, sacrificed for national security interests, a "patsy", as he claimed. Is it possible his long-time acquaintance Jack Ruby was also set up?

James Moore has a free range discussion with Judyth Baker, author of Me & Lee: How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald, about Dallas, Mexico City, Cuba, Russia, her experience with American intelligence agencies, and much more. She will be keynoting this weekend's 5th Annual JFK Assassination Conference in Dallas,

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Newsvandal JP Sottile goes inside the headlines for Talkback on The Week That Was with James Moore.

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JP Sottile with James Moore on the Talkback for The Week That Was. Or the Wizard of Oz. Or something like that. Newsvandal,com.

- Great Taste - 20170913 - New Hope Network

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Student Farm/Andrew/Kris

Great Taste host Steve Boss interview:

Last Saturday Fairfield was a destination on an unusual road tour.  

The group comprised Rick Polito, Editor-in-Chief of the Nutrition Business Journal, Bethany Davis, Director of Regulatory Affairs at Foodstate/Megafood, Alan Lewis, Director of Government Affairs and Food and Agriculture Policy at Natural Grocers, and organic aronia berry farmer Andrew Pitz of Sawmill Hollow farm in Missouri Valley, Iowa.

Cindy Westrum

They are currently on a five-day trek from western Iowa to Baltimore, MD, probing the complicated relationships between farmers, producers, the natural products industry, and the US government's agricultural policies.

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Jimmy Moore talks al things Halloweenapalooza with event founder Insane Mike. This year's event is Saturday, October 14th at the legendary Hotel Ottumwa.

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"As you may know by now, when you attack him, he will punch back 10 times harder."
First Lady Melania Trump at a voter rally in Milwaukee, 2016

"When they attack him, he's going to hit back.”
--Sarah Huckabee Sanders
, White House spokesperson, June 2017

- The Studio - 20170828 - Jack & Meghan Dowd

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Dowd Family Enjoying CadoFood brings families together. Preparing good food together also brings one Iowa family business successes. In 2014, Shaktea Kombucha owners Deb, Jack & Meghan Dowd--a mom, son & daughter trio--won a $250,000 Mission Main Street grant from J.P. Chase & Company. Since then they've expanded that businesses and launched, Cado, a frozen avocado dessert company. For a glimpse into this creative trio's approach to forging family bussiness successes together, tune in this week to The Studio with Cheryl and Jack and Meghan Dowd.

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Dr Scott Terry talks with musician Luke Davids about mental health matters.

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