The NSA is spying on you — through the apps on your smart phone.
And depending on what apps you’re using, the NSA is gathering virtually every detail of your life. . .
Your age, gender, current location, income level, education level, and number of children just to name a few.
Barack Obama’s snoops at the NSA are even gathering personal information like marital status, address books, buddy lists and telephone logs.
And it’s not just the apps that require you to enter a lot of personal information — such as online dating apps — the NSA is hacking into and using to gobble up all of your personal and private information.
They’re tapping into Angry Birds, Google Maps, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, and a host of other common, every day apps.
When it comes to Barack Obama’s NSA — nothing goes untouched.
And to make matters worse, in many cases, the NSA didn’t even seek approval from the maker of the apps.
Take the popular game Angry Birds for instance.
According to the vice president of marketing and communications at Rovio — the maker of Angry Birds — the company had no clue the NSA was tapping into its users’ data.
They were just as shocked as you were to find out.
Frans, I know this sounds like something out of George Orwell’s 1984.
But the sad truth is, this is America 2014.
Barack Obama and other big government politicians in Washington are SHREDDING the Fourth Amendment — trampling on our most basic liberties.
I say — ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
And the good news is, I’m not alone.
The American people are waking up — and they’re outraged.
All across the country, as more and more information becomes public about the massive extent of the NSA spying, freedom-loving Americans are fighting back against the NSA’s unconstitutional spying program.
With the midterm elections just around the corner, there’s no better time than now to make your voice heard.
So please, sign your “Stop Spying on Me“! petition IMMEDIATELY.
Let Barack Obama and his big government pals in Washington know you’ve had enough!
Thank you in advance for standing up to Barack Obama’s out-of-control NSA by signing your petition.
I’ll be sure to keep you informed and up to date on the front lines in the fight against government snooping.
In Freedom and Prosperity,
P.S. Barack Obama and other big government politicians in Washington are SHREDDING the Fourth Amendment — trampling on our most basic liberties.
I say — ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
After you sign your petition, please chip in $10 or more to help NCFE fight to end the NSA’s spying program once and for all.
The JK Coltrain Show “Stars Of Tomorrow” comes to you once a week from Nashville Tennessee. Another fine show produced for the Nashville Broadcasting Network. Each week JK has a special guest and plays the guests current music video. This week features special guests Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
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WAYNE JACOBS is an award-winning professional singer songwriter. While a teenager in the 1980s, Wayne went to night school for three and a half years where he was taught by a folk singer called Pauline. He wrote a couple of songs, one for his mum and another called One Way Ticket. Pauline said Wayne had good potential as a songwriter. While his children grew up, Wayne put his guitar away. But, over the last ten years, he’s been playing and writing again. For his 40th birthday, Wayne’s wife Joanna gave him his first Fender Squire electric guitar.
Wayne has been happily married for 27 years. His daughter Gemma, 26, and son Jamie, 27, are both civil servants.
Wayne has had some great success with his songwriting. He has written songs for the 2012 London Olympics and one to celebrate Big Ben’s 150th birthday. This led to a tour of the famous clock tower where Wayne walked up 334 steps to the top and sang his song to MP’s, tour guides, tourists and clock makers. He has also written Christmas carols for the Tower Of London which were sung by a choir.
As a performer, Wayne beat off 10,000 other hopefuls to reach the area finals of Live And Unsigned: Open Mic UK and also reached the finals of the World Championships of Performing Arts at the London Palladium. Should he win, he will represent England in Hollywood. Wayne has also appeared on the Pat Marsh show on BBC Radio Kent.
In 2010, Wayne released an EP called “Sounds Good To Me”. It was produced by Paramount Group in Nashville after wayne entered their songwriting competition and won the Directors’ Award. The EP three country tracks, “Let Me Take You Home”, “All Kids Need A Second Chance” and “My Tennessee Girl”.
“My Tennessee Girl” was inspired by the film “Walk The Line”. Wayne loves Johnny Cash and in the film he composed his song to the sound of a train. So, while at work, Wayne envisaged what it would be like in Nashville, rolling in to work on a train with his girlfriend, who wears his ring, waiting for him on the platform. Every time she met him, she would always buy him a coffee and an ‘Egg McMuffin’. The song reached number one on Nashville-based station wildhorseradio.com.za
In September 2010, Wayne performed in the Regional Finals of Open Mic UK. His song “Let Me Take You Home” helped Wayne beat off thousands of other singers in this prestigious competition which searches for the best in new talent across the UK.
In April 2011, Wayne released his first country music compilation EP, “Sounds Good To Me”. It is available from our Online Music Store for £5.99. He also secured success in more awards. “My Tennessee Girl” was voted number one on Wild Horse Radio in Nashville. Also, Wayne’s “Embarrassing Dad” was a semi-finalist in the inernational “Song Of The Year” competition.
“My Tennessee Girl” was also voted into the final of the UKCountryRadio.com Listeners’ Club Award 2011. While at the ceremony, Wayne enjoyed the first UK appearance of US singer Allen Karl. In particular, he enjoyed Allen’s track “That Jukebox Has A Mind Of Its Own”. So much so, that the song inspired Wayne to write a new song, “That Ain’t My Ringtone”.
In September 2012, Wayne won UKCountryRadio.com’s Listeners’ Club Award with his song “Kentucky Whiskey”. Wayne described it as “a dream come true”.
In April 2012, Wayne released his latest song “I Want My Daddy”. The song is inspired by a US TV show Wayne was watching in which a firefighter from Davies County, Kentucky, was seriously injured in a crash involving a truck while he was directing traffic. The firefighter’s wife and daughter saw the whole thing from the opposite carriageway. The incident shocked the state of Kentucky, and also inspired Wayne to write his latest song. Again, the song reached number one at wildhorseradio.com.za
In 2013, Wayne wrote “Rockin’ In The USA about a Karaoke bar called “Lonnie’s Western Room” in Nashville.
Wayne describes it as a “smoky dive” where they sell buckets of beer, a cash-only bar with an electrifying atmosphere and amazing wannabe country rock singers.
The demo of the song was professional produced by Tom Manche and his team in Nashville.
Also in 2013, Wayne was injured in a motorcycle accident. While sitting in his armchair feeling sorry for himself, he had an idea to write a song about a homeless man in Nashville. After Googling the subject, he came across a news story from 2012 in which a man with a grudge against homeless people, drove around in the dead of night, got out of his truck, put a gun against the head of a homeless man sitting on a public bench, and shot him in cold blood. This inspired Wayne to write his next song, “In Cold Blood”.
Wayne Jacobs won UKCountryRadio.com’s Listeners’ Club Award in both 2012 and 2013 for his songs “Kentucky Whiskey” and “I Want My Daddy” respectively.
Commenting, UKCountryRadio.com Station Manager Allan Watkiss said, “Congratulations to Wayne on winning our Award. His winning song “I Want My Daddy” contained all the key ingredients of a fantastic country song – lyrics based on a true story, coming from the heart, which make you think. Wayne has also invested heavily in the production of his song to ensure a strong vocal and musical delivery of the finished track. The standard of our five finalists for our Listeners’ Club Award was particularly high this year, proving there are some extremely talented performers and writers in country music in the UK.”
Shortly after winning the 2013 award, Wayne released his first ever trucking song called “Devils Truck”. The demo was produced in Nashville by Justin Morgan.
If any record producers of publishers would like to find out more about Wayne and his music, then feel free to contact him.
I am Good and My Love endures forever. So give thanks to Me and praise My Name. The fact that I am good is vitally important for your well-being. If there were even a speck of badness in Me, you would be in trouble. My absolute Goodness guarantees that I always do what is best. You must accept this as a statement of faith though, because you live on a deeply fallen planet. So it is essential for you to walk by faith, not by sight, as you journey through the wilderness of this world.
One of the best ways to find strength for your journey is to give Me thanks and praise. Thanksgiving and praise lift your perspective from your worries and woes to the glorious Treasure you have in Me. Thankfulness puts you in proper alignment with Me-your Creator and Savior. Praise enhances your intimacy with Me because I inhabit the praises of My people. The more you praise Me, the closer to Me you will grow. While you are worshiping, remember that My Love endures forever!
“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations. -Psalm 100:4-5”
For we walk by faith, not by sight. -2 Corinthians 5:7 nkjv
Thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel. -Psalm 22:3 kjv
Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever. Give thinks to the God of gods, for his steadfast love endures forever. Give thanks to the Lord of lords, for his steadfast love endures forever. -Psalm 136:1-3 esv