WBHP Is Now On HD Radio! 102.1-2


indexNow you can hear The Morning Show and ALL of your favorite WBHP shows on HD Radio!

What is HD Radio?

HD Radio technology is the digital broadcast of your local AM/FM stations. The Morning Show on WBHP is now broadcast a digital signal that allows you additional features that wouldn’t exist on regular radio. FREE! No Subscription Needed!

If you have an HD receiver in your car or a handheld HD receiver tune to 102.1-2 and you can hear WBHP in crisp, clear CD quality!

Where can you buy an HD radio?

They are VERY affordable. Here’s a link for an after market HD radio for your car:

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Here’s a link for a portable HD radio:

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Week 1 Games:

Alabama vs Wisconsin
Auburn vs Louisville
Tennessee vs Bowling Green
Georgia vs UL Monroe

Click HERE to submit your picks. (please put “Football Picks” in subject line…remember to include name and phone number) If your default e-mail client isn’t installed, send your picks to this address: tlowery@hiwaay.net

Join Toni & Gary every Monday to find out what four games will be on the block for the week. E-mail us your picks HERE. (please put “Football Picks” in subject line…remember to include name and phone number) If your default e-mail client isn’t installed, send your picks to this address: tlowery@hiwaay.net

Send in only the differentials in the scores not the actual scores, i.e. Alabama by 7 points.

Whoever gets closest to the average game differential will win $100 in cash from Bo Thomas, Thomas HVAC! The runner-up will get a $50 cash prize from Carey Rosenblum, Rosenblum Realty.

Each week’s games will be posted to this page no later than Tuesday morning. You have until midnight on the Friday before game day to get in your guesses. If one of the games picked is played on a Thursday, the deadline will be midnight on that Wednesday before the game.

Upon winning, prizes will be available on the following Friday at 12pm, unless otherwise stated.

RULES:

Any one player has a chance to win one time per season. In the case of a tie breaker, the e-mail with the earliest time stamp will be the winner. Only one entry per person, please. If it comes to light that an entry has a better score than the announced winner, both parties will be notified.

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An open letter from retired generals and admirals opposing the Iran nuclear deal


Dear Representatives Boehner and Pelosi and Senators McConnell and Reid:

As you know, on July 14, 2015, the United States and five other nations announced that a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has been reached with Iran to prevent it from developing nuclear weapons. In our judgment as former senior military officers, the agreement will not have that effect. Removing sanctions on Iran and releasing billions of dollars to its
regime over the next ten years is inimical to the security of Israel and the Middle East. There is no credibility within JCPOA’s inspection process or the ability to snap back sanctions once lifted, should Iran violate the agreement. In this and other respects, the JCPOA would threaten
the national security and vital interests of the United States and, therefore, should be disapproved by the Congress.

The agreement as constructed does not “cut off every pathway” for Iran to acquire nuclear weapons. To the contrary, it actually provides Iran with a legitimate path to doing that simply by abiding by the deal. JCPOA allows all the infrastructure the Iranians need for a nuclear bomb to be preserved and enhanced. Notably, Iran is allowed to: continue to enrich uranium; develop and test advanced centrifuges; and continue work on its Arak heavy-water
plutonium reactor. Collectively, these concessions afford the Iranians, at worst, a ready breakout option and, at best, an incipient nuclear weapons capability a decade from now.

The agreement is unverifiable. Under the terms of the JCPOA and a secret side deal (to which the United States is not privy), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will be responsible for inspections under such severe limitations as to prevent them from reliably detecting Iranian cheating. For example, if Iran and the inspectors are unable to reach an accommodation with respect to a given site, the result could be at least a 24-day delay in IAEA access. The agreement also requires inspectors to inform Iran in writing as to the basis for its
concerns about an undeclared site, thus further delaying access. Most importantly, these inspections do not allow access to Iranian military facilities, the most likely location of their nuclear weapons development efforts. In the JCPOA process, there is substantial risk of U.S. intelligence being compromised, since the IAEA often relies on our sensitive data with respect to suspicious and/or prohibited activity.

While failing to assure prevention of Iran’s nuclear weapons development capabilities, the agreement provides by some estimates $150 billion dollars or more to Iran in the form of sanctions relief. As military officers, we find it unconscionable that such a windfall could be given to a regime that even the Obama administration has acknowledged will use a portion of such funds to continue to support terrorism in Israel, throughout the Middle East and globally, whether directly or through proxies. These actions will be made all the more deadly since the JCPOA will lift international embargoes on Iran’s access to advanced conventional weapons and ballistic missile technology.

In summary, this agreement will enable Iran to become far more dangerous, render the Mideast still more unstable and introduce new threats to American interests as well as our allies. In our professional opinion, far from being an alternative to war, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action makes it likely that the war the Iranian regime has waged against us since 1979 will continue, with far higher risks to our national security interests. Accordingly, we urge the
Congress to reject this defective accord.

Read more HERE.

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