Haiti Crisis – Economic Insanity – Forced Chip Implants – NWO – Prophecy (Trunews 2010 Week 8)

Week 8 of Trunews in 2010: The Daily Reckoning’s Rocky Vega talks on the economic meltdown, Miki Booth talks about Barak Obama’s Illegal Alien Status, Virginia Republican Delegate Mark Cole on banning forced implants, Jeffrey Smith talks about the dangers of GMOs, Ryan Mauro on encroaching national issues, Regine Francois tells her firsthand account of the Haiti earthquake, and finally Rick Wiles and Jim Haddock share great news about the mission trip to Haiti and explore prophecy in the Book of Daniel. SHOW #1 youtube.com Monday February 15, 2010 Guest: Rocky Vega and Miki Booth Topic: Fiscal irresponsibility, a shaky Euro, and global economics are discussed today with The Daily Reckoning’s Rocky Vega. Founder of the Route 66 TEA Party, Miki Booth is running for the US House District 2 in Oklahama. She joins us today to discuss the various problems with Barak Obama’s citizenship status Related: dailyreckoning.com www.mikiboothforcongress.com http SHOW #2 youtu.be Tuesday February 16, 2010 Guest: Mark Cole ( R-Va ) and Jeffrey Smith Topic: Virginia Republican Delegate Mark Cole successfully spearheaded legislature that would ban forced microchip implants in his state and Jeffrey Smith discusses the dangers of GMO’s Related: www.cbsnews.com www.nongmoshoppingguide.com www.responsibletechnology.org SHOW #3 youtu.be Wednesday February 17, 2010 Guest: Ryan Mauro and Regine Francois Topic: National security, the threat from radical Islam, and and the ever growing surveillance

Coaches Corner with Al de Lachica – Week 8 Coach Okpodu

Sam Okpodu enters his sixth year as the head coach of the Newberry mens soccer team after five successful seasons at the helm of the scarlet and gray. The 2008 season saw Okpodu take the program to new heights with a third place finish in the South Atlantic Conference with a 5-2-1 record in conference play and a 5-11-1 record overall, the best finish in the SAC standings in team history. Forward Debola Ogunseye was selected to the All-SAC first team, while senior midfielder Shane Abbott and defender Jeff Bell was named to the second team. Ogunseye was also named to the DAKTRONICS All-Southeast Region first team. Coach Okpodu lead Newberry to a 9-10 record overall in 2006 and a 2-5 record in the South Atlantic Conference, finishing sixth. Three total players were placed on the all-SAC first and second teams. In 2005, Newberry went 7-9-2 overall and 1-6 in SAC play. Okpodu led Newberry to a 9-7-2 overall record and a 3-3-1 South Atlantic Conference record in 2004, both tops in school history. The men also finished fifth in the SAC, what was then their highest conference finish ever. The success found in 2004 included two all-conference selections and one all-region selection. Newberry finished the season ranked eighth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Appalachian Region rankings, also a first for the program. In addition to compiling the best overall and conference records in program history, the men also racked up an eight match unbeaten streak

2012 College Football – Week One Highlights

A look back at some of the highlights from the college football world as the 2012 season opened up around the country. No 2-Minute Warning no2minutewarning.com Twitter – http Facebook – facebook.com Video footage via ESPNU, ABC, CBS, FOX Sports, BYU TV, ACC Digital Network, ESPN, CBS Sports Network. No challenge to the sources of this video footage is being made.

West Wing Week: 3/16/12 or “Leveling the Playing Field”

West Wing Week, your guide to everything that’s happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. This week, the President pressed for support of advanced manufacturing, held a series of “Live from the White House” Interviews, made a major announcement on trade rights, hosted Prime Minster Cameron for an Official State Visit and a trip to an NCAA game, and spoke on energy and job creation in Maryland. That’s March 9th to March 15th or, “Leveling the Playing Field.”
Video Rating: 4 / 5

SLC Game of the Week: UCLA vs University of San Diego

This week The Lacrosse Network takes a trip down south to the University of San Diego to check out a SLC division 1 battle between the UCLA Bruins and the USD Toreros Subscribe to TLN for more great lacrosse content! LIKE TLN on Facebook facebook.com/thelacrossenetwork Follow TLN on Twitter @lacrossenetwork
Video Rating: 4 / 5

HBCUDigest.com Week 9 Preview

This is a HBCUDigest.com Week 9 Matchup Preview of HBCU Football teams. Miles @ Stillman, Virginia Union @ Virginia State, NC A&T @ Norfolk State and Alabama A&M @ Alabama State These teams can be found via TEAM BUILDER in the game itself. Just do an author search for my gamertag (Butcher Black). I have a total of 69 teams in all, including High School teams from the Richmond, VA area and newly created Coppin State. These teams are not available for the PS3 yet. Be sure to join the fun on HBCUDigest.com to see how you stack up to the rest of the HBCU Community Picks @ www.hbcudigest.com
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What do you think the weather will be like during the last week of March in western Fairfax county in Virginia

Question by Brown eyed girl: What do you think the weather will be like during the last week of March in western Fairfax county in Virginia

Best answer:

Answer by wander, wonder
That time of year is unpredictable. I would guess mid-60’s during the day and upper 40’s at night. Our rainy season starts in April so you could get some showers too.

What do you think? Answer below!

Pet of the Week: Copper, 6398084

Pet of the Week: Copper, 6398084
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Copper is an 8-month-old Beagle mix. She was transferred to Lollypop Farm for adoption from a shelter in Virginia.

This cute girl loves people, kids, and other dogs. She is very playful and is a staff favorite at Lollypop Farm!

Copper needs to meet any kids and dogs in the household before going home with an adopter, just to make sure everyone will get along OK.

All adoptable dogs at Lollypop Farm are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. Adopters receive a free ID tag, a free vet exam for their new dog, and 30 days of free pet insurance!