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Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Curtis "CS" Bennett as co-host. Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011
YouTube - Obama Bumper Sticker Removal Kit - Available at BSRemoval.com - feat. Brad Stine
I know of several people I can give this to. Do You?
Friday, March 25, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Please post your comments and share! Tim Scott answers "Where The Beef, Cut The Fat!"
Monday, March 21, 2011
Listen as Naomi Litvin, the author & I discuss her book, "WE NEVER LOST HOPE, A Holocaust Memoir and Love Story".
It is a heart wrenching and true story of her parents and their story of survival during World War II. A story of bigotry, Concentration Camps, Slave Labor and DDay invasion.
Listen LIVE on Tuesday, March 23 at 2pm - 3:30pm EST. If you miss the broadcast, simply click on the player and listen at your leisure or download to iTunes or your iPod.
Friday, March 18, 2011
Tues, I'll interview Naomi Litvin, author of "WE NEVER LOST HOPE, A Holocaust Memoir & Love Story"
It is important we remember the past as we deal with today's issues and plan for our futures.
The show will broadcast on Tues, 3/22 at 2PM EST. It's also available to listen to online after the broadcast time 24/7 or can be downloaded to iTunes or an iPod.
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
I am still running around the neighborhood trying to fix the messes, only this time it's the messes we allowed to occur because we didn't speak out enough. In the past I wrote editorials, letters to elected officials, government offices and placed calls. Two years ago, I co-founded the Beaufort Tea Party in South Carolina. It was not enough, so I created this Blog, joined Twitter and Facebook.
Because of the Internet social networks, I started to get my voice heard, figuratively speaking, and met wonderful and new people. Yet, I still felt it wasn't enough. Today, I host, 2 days a week, the Blog Talk Show, Southern Sense as well as remaining active in local affairs, without becoming a politician. On that matter, I promised my Momma, I would clean sewers first, before that happened!
Activism begins at the grass-root level. You have to be passionate about an issue, whether it's adhering to the Constitution or the actions of your local council. From the bottom up, I have found my voice has made some difference. To begin with, the State Legislature wanted to modify the Handicap Parking Permits that hang from your car rear view mirror and place your photo exposed to anyone walking by. I fought them and today, the photo is hidden and upon request of a law enforcement officer, can be shown to prove the person in the car is the actual permit holder and it's not being used fraudulently. My argument was that any criminal can see a handicap permitted car and see an easy prey. They only need to match the person to the photo and lay in wait for their intended victim. I won.
Today, I am battling our local council to create a friendlier business environment that will create jobs, attract business and improve our local economy. You have to start somewhere.
My point is, don't just sit back and trust someone else to take up the battle standard. Step forward and choose your fight carefully, determine what your goal is and what compromises you'll accept. You have to start with what you care the most about and use all of the resources available, be it print media, the Internet or the TV & Radio media. Make your voice count! I have!