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 McCord: Did Colonel Jack Loose His Shirt In The Market?

 

Colonel Jack Jacobs without a doubt, is the best prepared, most knowledgeable, articulate, understandable power rotation guest who appears on Imus In The Morning.  In this appearance the Colonel breaks down the polls, the presidential campaigns, the economy and impact of raising taxes on ordinary people.

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Imus:  This election is over, isn’t it?

Colonel Jacobs:  Its going to close and be much closer then people think.   Don’t believe the polls. They are national polls and that’s not how we elect the president.  The other problem with the polls is they are a function of who you ask and what they are asked.  Believes Palin is the margin of victory.  Picking someone nobody knows with 6 weeks to go, was a bad decision. (more…)

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NYT’s Jacques Steinberg offers critical acclaim, quotes artists defending Imus and no surprise to I-Fans the IR Record producer describes Imus as a “DIVA”.

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A Different Tune for Imus

JACQUES STEINBERG; Compiled by JULIE BOSMAN

In the latest chapter of his comeback following the racially and sexually charged exchange that got him fired by CBS Radio and MSNBC last year, Don Imus, is taking on the role of impresario. On Sept. 16 New West Records plans to release “The Imus Ranch Record,” in which 13 artists selected by Mr. Imus — including Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakum and Patty Loveless — perform cover versions of songs chosen by Mr. Imus. Ms. Loveless, for example, sings “Silver Springs,” a Stevie Nicks song. Lucinda Williams sings “Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys,” which was made famous by Waylon Jennings. Big & Rich, however improbably, put their best spin on the Beastie Boys’ “You’ve Got to Fight for Your Right to Party.” Mr. Imus intends for the CD to benefit the Imus Ranch, which he and his wife, Deirdre, operate in New Mexico for the benefit of children with cancer and other diseases.

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Don Imus Unleashes The Imus Ranch Record

Tracks & Artist List:

1. Silver Springs — Patty Loveless

2. Lay Down Sally — Delbert McClinton

3. Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys — Lucinda Williams

4. You Better Move On — Levon Helm

5. Life Has Its Little Ups And Downs — Raul Malo

6. I Ain’t Never — Little Richard

7. I Don’t See Me In Your Eyes Anymore — Randy Travis

8. You’ve Got To Fight For Your Right To Party — Big & Rich

9. What A Difference A Day Makes — Willie Nelson

10. Give Back The Key To My Heart — Dwight Yoakam

11. What Happened — Bekka Bramlett

12. Welfare Music — John Hiatt

13. A Satisfied Mind — Vince Gill

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