Harley David Belew
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A Pennsylvania judge just ruled that it's an "unreasonable burden" to require voters to present a photo ID when voting. I have even heard people refer to Voter ID Laws as "racist". Well, I have a few questions:
1. Is it racist to be required to show a voter ID to cash a check?
2. Is it an unreasonable burden to require a photo ID when purchasing alcohol?
3. Are you disenfranchised when you're asked for a photo ID to rent a car or get a video rental membership?
4. Don't most voting age adults already have a driver's license with a photo of them on it?
5. Non-driver's photo IDs are offered free through the DMV so, how much of a burden can it be?
Just as the US Postal Service was about to release a new stamp series entitled, "Just Move", featuring images of kids having fun, someone decided that the activities depicted on the stamps were too dangerous. What kinds of stuff are we talking about? "Skate boarding", "Cannonballing", "Head standing", "Cartwheeling", playing baseball, soccer, basketball, and other typical childhood activities. This recall, which wasted millions of dollars, shows how silly and wasteful our government is. Do the DC bureaucrats really believe that kids get their ideas for play from POSTAGE STAMPS?
Harley David Belew’s first taste of rock was when his kid brother hit him in the head with one. For several days Harley could hear a low volume Jim Morrison soliloquy in his head. Once his Mom removed the headphones from his ears that cleared right up. But, it made him realize that, when plugged in, his headphones took him to his happy place. He was intent on finding a line of work where he could wear headphones and go to his happy place daily. Which he does on Classic Rock 94.3 RevFM. That rock to the head explains a lot about his show. See if you agree.
I have so many favorites I could go on for days but, no matter how many times I hear these songs I never get tired of them: Any Time At All- Beatles, Everything Is Coming Our Way- Santana, Melissa- Allman Brothers, Rockaria- ELO, This Is Love- George Harrison, Theme To An Imaginary Western- Mountain, Wild Horses- Rolling Stones, Lonely Boy- Iron Butterfly, Who Do You Love- Quicksilver, Like A Rolling Stone- Bob Dylan