Sunday, December 18, 2016

Christmas And Holiday Music Till 4 pm

It's an all holiday show this week and next on my Classic Rock Rewind Show on also on itunes and tunein app for you phones or devices.
Today's show ends at 4 pm. Next week tune in on Friday 5 to 7 pm, Saturday 1 to 3 pm and Sunday 2 to 4 pm.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

DEA Adds New Regulations To Cannabis Products

A new rule published by the DEA today led many in the cannabis industry to assume the worst – that the agency had decided to crack down on hemp-derived CBD.

Take a deep breath. This is likely not the case.

What the rule actually does is create a new Administration Controlled Substances Code Number for cannabis extracts – concentrates such as shatter, wax or rosin. This is an administrative measure, not an enforcement action; and while an initial reading of the publication might make it seem like an attack on hemp-derived CBD, the rule mentions neither “hemp” nor “CBD” in either the proposed or final rule.

Eric Steenstra, executive director of the Hemp Industries Association, indicated that although his legal team is reviewing the document, “this isn’t how [the DEA] goes about scheduling a substance.”

or read this at RawStory

Here is another story that explains this a bit better from the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. 

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Congressman Huffman Does First Podcast With Bill Press

Second District Congressional Representative Jarred Huffman did his first podcast today. He opened the podcast interviewing Bill Press who is also going to be doing a podcast rather than a satellite delivered radio show starting next year.
They both talked about the current situation the country including Social Security, the environment, Obamacare, trade deals, the wall, jobs, Trump, the Democratic Party and what they need to do and more Trump.

Congressman Huffman serves the north coast of California from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Oregon boarder. He says he and the progressive arm of the Democratic Party aren't going to lay down.

Listen to his podcasts here.

In the second segment of the short podcast which is only a bit longer than 23 minutes, Huffman answers questions submitted to him at

One answered question was whether he would obstruct Trumps agenda. 

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Counting The Votes In 3 Swing States, And Why Paper Matters

J. Alex Halderman, professor of computer science & engineering at the University of Michigan, explains how Michigan's voting equipment could be suseptible to manipulation and hacking without an internet connection. Chad Livengood, The Detroit News.

How might a foreign government hack America’s voting machines?

Here’s one possible scenario. First, the attackers would probe election offices well in advance in order to find ways to break into their computers. Closer to the election, when it was clear from polling data which states would have close electoral margins, the attackers...  READ MORE HERE.

There is also a short video of the press conference at the link above.
For expert analysis of voting issues see The Brad Blog! 

US Senator Joe Liberman, WTC 7 Did Not Occur