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Is Obama Really So Afraid Of The American People ?

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Obama, frustrated by Congress, Plans Unilateral Gun Control Steps

President Barack Obama, frustrated by Congress’ inaction on gun control, will meet with U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday to discuss ways of reducing gun violence unilaterally through measures that do not require congressional approval.

ObamasGuncontrol001The Washington Post, citing several individuals briefed on the matter, said Obama and Lynch would finalize executive actions, which do not require congressional approval, that he will unveil next week. Frustrated by Congress, Obama has vowed to use “whatever power this office holds” to put in place gun control measures.

Is this the reality of the situation in America?

Obama is scared of the American People: therefore to protect himself he needs to force Gun Control and tear up the 2nd Amendment.

The American People are scared of Obama: That is why more Guns are being bought and stored than under another American President in the past. 

Now here is the worst scariest and most dangerous explanation, to all the Shootings in America today. Be it true or not, we cannot prove it and will probably never know either, but there are a growing amount of American people who believe in the Red Line Below:

‘Shootings in America are Planned Forcing American People To Accept Gun Control’

Please Note there’s no solid proof that this is the case, even though on Youtube it is explained in detail, we the people just don’t want to believe that it could be true. You can comment if you want but we all know that most are already to scared to comment for fear of retaliation.

The above is a collection of thoughts from various minds on a day when most people are wondering what the heck happened to January 1st, 2016 it’s Gone……

Top 10 Country (Rock/Pop/Rap) Songs For 2015

2015 may be in your rearview mirror, but you can still take one last glance back at the top albums, songs and videos of the year as selected by Nash Country Weekly. It’s worth another look, we promise. Life is one grand, sweet song, so let’s start the music with our Top 10 Songs of 2015.

10. “Break Up in a Small Town” Sam Hunt

Written by Sam Hunt, Zach Crowell, Shane McAnally

Small-town breakups mean you’ll see your ex everywhere you go. Fortunately, Sam makes the pain palatable. With its über-urban production and rappy recitation, “Break Up in a Small Town” may not be everybody’s cup of tea, but as a musical piece of work with a storybook country theme, it’s another darn impressive single from the Grammy-nominated artist who is making talk-singing his modus operandi.

9. “Break Up With Him” Old Dominion

Written by Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Geoff Sprung, Brad Tursi

A song imploring someone to end a relationship shouldn’t make anyone feel as good as “Break Up With Him” does, but between the toe-tapping groove and the slyly flirtatious lyric, this tune is too much fun. Old Dominion found a way to be clever and contemporary without subscribing to the trend’s formulas and clichés.

8. “Love Me Like You Mean It” Kelsea Ballerini

Written by Kelsea Ballerini, Josh Kerr, Forest Glen Whitehead, Lance Carpenter

Kelsea Ballerini burst onto the scene in 2015 with a dynamic, fun and empowering contemporary single that captured radio’s attention and listeners’ ears. Kelsea scored her first No. 1 with “Love Me Like You Mean It,” but the hit also became the first No. 1 debut by a female artist since Carrie Underwood’s “Jesus, Take the Wheel” in 2006, making it arguably the most significant single of the past year.

7. “Die a Happy Man” Thomas Rhett

Written by Thomas Rhett, Sean Douglas, Joe Spargur

The relationship between country and R&B is long and true, and Thomas Rhett does a brilliant job marrying the two in “Die a Happy Man.” Simultaneously slow, smooth, sweet and sexy, “Die a Happy Man” says what a lot of guys wish they could say and what every girl wants to hear.

6. “Riser” Dierks Bentley

Written by Travis Meadows, Steve Moakler

“Riser” broke from the bro-country mold—causing many to breathe a sigh of relief for that reason alone—to deliver a message of hope and determination against all odds. The hero is not exactly saying “I will survive,” but he does offer the reassurance and comfort that he’s strong enough to hold you through the winter and mean enough to stare your demons down.

5. “Dime Store Cowgirl” Kacey Musgraves

Written by Kacey Musgraves, Luke Laird, Shane McAnally

Kacey Musgraves turned her critical gaze inward for “Dime Store Cowgirl,” seemingly responding directly to those who thought she went too far by challenging traditional values with songs like “Follow Your Arrow.” But while admitting that maybe she got “too big for my britches,” the song shows that she still refuses to be anything other than herself—daring, honest and 100 percent country.

4. “Like a Wrecking Ball” Eric Church

Written by Eric Church, Casey Beathard

You don’t have to be a student of Freud to figure out the message, at least not with lyrics like That whole house is gonna be shakin’ and Wanna rock you baby like a wrecking ball. It’s quite upfront about the intent and the production is decidedly untraditional, but it all works together in a finely crafted song.

3. “Traveller” Chris Stapleton

Written by Chris Stapleton

Chris wrote “Traveller” on a cross-country road trip he took with his wife after his father passed away. While she slept, Chris drove through the New Mexico desert and whispered the verses into his phone so as not to wake her. The result turned out to be the lead track off of his 2015 album of the same name. “Traveller” has a pure, organic flavor that traditionalists crave, and it’s served up nicely with a side of lingering pedal steel and Chris’ wearily perfect vocals, making it a road trip everyone should take.

2. “Burning House” Cam

Written by Cam, Tyler Johnson, Jeff Bhasker

Country newcomer Cam scorched on her 2015 single “Burning House,” a ballad fraught with raw emotion about trying to hold on to the pieces of a broken relationship. With the simple accompaniment of piano and strings, the song relies on Cam’s smoldering vocals instead of overproduction, much the same way that Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush” drove its point home. While Cam’s first single in 2015, “My Mistake,” stalled on the charts, “Burning House” exposed her for what she is—a damn fine talent.

1. “Girl Crush” Little Big Town

Written by Lori McKenna, Hillary Lindsey, Liz Rose

Technically, “Girl Crush” was released Dec. 15, 2014, but it peaked in 2015 as the CMA Song and Single of the Year. Along the way, it stirred up more than a little controversy with its theme, but that didn’t take away from the fact that it is a beautifully crafted tune they ignited with their four-part harmonies, led by Karen Fairchild. And while Karen is out front with her aching vocals, it’s the choral contributions of Jimi Westbrook, Phillip Sweet and Kimberly Schlapman that give the song such dynamic energy. When you hear “Girl Crush” live, it blows you away—actually, it crushes you.


– NashCountryWeekly

Below An old quote we found amongst the MCG emails,

‘The Devil Uses The Best Looking Girls, Boys, Song and Dancers

To Corrupt The Minds Of The Young and The Foolish’

The Music City Ghost

“Linda Welby” Officially Inducted In IDSS Hall Of Fame


“Linda Welby” Officially the First Artist To Be Inducted Into

The IDSS Hall Of Fame South Africa for 2016

Linda Welby has been inducted into the Independent Superstars “Recording Artists” Hall of Fame. Frans Maritz (Wildhorse Entertainment) signed the official certificate placing Linda into this prestigious organization located in South Africa. Linda has the distinct honor of being inducted into the IDSS Hall of Fame for her life-time contribution to the Independent Music Industry as a Recording Artist. Linda is seen holding her award below in the animated Hall Of Fame, confirming her induction into the HALL OF FAME. “ Thank you Frans, this award comes as a really big surprise this time of the year, I am trulyhonoured ” Linda Welb

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Biography of Linda Welby


Linda_WelbY_the_best_of_timesMusician, Songwriter, Company Director and Project Executive are all words which aptly describe Linda Welby, however on meeting this artist in person there is even more to learn about this extraordinary person that is now attracting the attention of media broadcasters up and down the country.  A native of Loughrea Linda, a young mother of eight children, now resides in Roscahill, Co. Galway. Her album ‘A Story to Tell’ and more recently ‘The Best of Times’ is a collection of contemporary songs and music all written and composed by herself. Linda Welby has a very defined vision of where she is going and what is important to her in life.As a composer, songwriter, multi instrumentalist and singer, music has always been at the forefront for Linda. Linda’s grandfather Paddy Doorhy was an accomplished fiddle player and played with the first Ballinakill Ceili Band. Linda’s Dad, also Paddy Doorhy, played drums and toured extensively with many bands and noted musicians. Linda gets her musical inspiration from her dad, whom she regards as her hero, and has no hesitation in linking all her achievements back to this musical heritage. “My dad’s a real inspiration to me”.  Linda’s career is driven by her passion for adventurous meaningful compositions and in pursuing this passion her musicianship and mastery of arrangement are broadly appreciated in the music industry. Linda has always kept her head and her heart despite her consistent rise and has no need for elaborate vocal embellishments to get her message across. Linda’s cool, clear, soulful voice has always worn its emotions in the open. Writing is also something that Linda has been doing for years “I was always a poetry writer and always loved words, even from a young age.  So writing my own album came naturally”.  bestfemaleartist2008westlime

Linda, for many years, has had the uncanny ability of being able to very successfully manage raising a family, coordinating several work projects as well as dedicating time to continued education. It has to be asked, with eight children ranging in ages from twenty two to nine, a day and night job and the launching of a CD, just how does Linda find the time? “When I had three kids I wondered how I would ever cope, I was absolutely run off my feet, but it seemed to get easier as time went on. That’s how it seemed to me anyway. I don’t think I’m that busy,” she laughs. Linda’s pure interest in people is clearly evident in her very approachable and friendly manner. “I sing and play because I love it and I do feel that any success that I have had has not changed me as a person. I like to keep things as normal as possible in my life because that is just the way I am”. Sheer simplicity is what keeps this fun-loving and very independent free spirit happiest. “My songs tell a story of real people in real times, stories that can be true for a lot of people not just me, I believe that is why people of all ages connect with them”

lindaThe phenomenal success of her single release “The Galway Fiddler” has surpassed all expectations with regular airplays on Irish radio stations throughout the country, north and south, as well as BBC Wales, BBC Oxford, BBC Manchester and also some radio stations in Canada and New York. For Linda it is a dream coming true, culminating in the nationwide release of her first solo CD on September 12th 2008. To radio listeners across the country as well as her legions of new fans, Linda Welby is fast becoming a superstar while at home in Roscahill she has never changed from being the down-to-earth affable and hardworking wife and mother. She has achieved the longest run by any artist of twenty-two continuous weeks, as well as remaining at number one for eighteen weeks, in a major radio station record charts where listener requests dictate the content of the charts. Probably her crowning achievement so far is her recent visit to the USA to host a television show in a major Nashville television station which will be shown live on the internet worldwide, as well as radio interviews and three very successful live concerts. This coupled with her acceptance of an invitation to meet her life-long idol Pat Boone in Beverley Hills, Los Angeles really made this trip a memorable occasion.In recent times, Linda has had numerous successes with interviews on 32 Irish Radio Stations, 7 in Northern Ireland including three with the renowned Gerry Anderson on Radio Foyle and 6 in mainland UK,  extensive Radio airplay on most Irish radio stations including RTE 1, Radio Ulster and Radio Foyle in Northern Ireland and many stations in the UK, Canada and the USA plus many Countries worldwide. She featured on RTE Nationwide Television and TG4 and won the award for Best Female Artist of 2008 on West Limerick Radio,The 2010 Texas International Artist of the year,2010 Youghal Songwriter of the year and many more…. Linda is a multi-instrumentalist playing Fiddle, Whistles, Accordion, Keyboards, Banjo and Drums Linda as a DJ now has her own Program coming from Nashville every Tuesday night.


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New Year Inspiration With Rhonnie Scheuerman 2016

rhon2016Rhonnie Scheuerman’s Inspiration Station For All In Need This Morning

Broken For Service

The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise. Psalms 51:17 

There are two types of brokenness in the Bible. One is the result of being hurt and mistreated. The other is when we do something wrong and aren’t just sorry we got caught, but genuinely regret grieving God. That kind of brokenness softens our hearts, removes rebellion, and clothes us with humility. Ever seen a cowboy try to tame a wild horse? The first time he jumps on, the horse has a fit – it bucks and kicks until he’s thrown off. But gradually, as the horse is broken, it becomes gentle, a joy to ride. We’re the same. When we first come to God, our flesh is wild and out of control, so He puts His ‘spiritual reins’ on us. He harnesses our energies into doing His will and not our own. Now, instead of living by our impulses, we follow the leading of His Spirit. Listen: ‘No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it’ (Hebrews 12:11). Hey, hang in there, you’re being ‘trained!’ If you’re struggling with God’s correction today, exchange your struggle for a snuggle. That’s right – snuggle up into His arms and say, ‘Father, I ask You to break me and make me the person You created me to be.

Help me to accept Your discipline and begin making the changes You require, for I long to please You in all that I do. Amen’

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