Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site

Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site


Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site

Inga's page on KMJ's news talk radio's web site. Listen to her mon-fri from 6:00pm-9:00pm on 580 am or 105.9 fm

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Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site
Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site
Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site
Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site
Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site

Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site


Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site

Gunman who killed 26 forced his way into Connecticut elementary school, police say


Read more:
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/15/at-least-26-dead-in-shooting-at-connecticut-school/#ixzz2F8vNWRCJ

Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site

Inga Barks Talk Radio | Inga Barks Official Site
Donald Trump’s ‘big reveal’ against Pres. Barack Obama

For days Donald Trump teased ahead to a big reveal about President Barack Obama, saying his announcement would be made with the best interest of the United States of America in mind. It turned out to be more of a bargain than a bombshell. 
Basically, the announcement, made at noon, started with the reference to the earlier birth certificate controversy and questioned 
Obama’s college records.
Then Trump popped the wager. He said that if Pres. Obama releases his college records and his passport records, then Trump will give a $5 million check to a charity of President Obama’s choice.




Trumps said he will release the check within an hour of receiving the records.
The caveat, he said, is that records have to be submitted by Oct. 31.
Many speculated on what the announcement would be, with one of his colleagues, Douglas Krass saying Tuesday that the Trump card was to announce the Obamas had previously planned to divorce. In response to that announcement  many viewers simply said the news was a reinforcement that the Obamas, like many couples, made it through rough times with determination and commitment.

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Obama Underestimated 2012 Deficit by $500 Billion.
October 08, 2012...
Obama released his updated budget estimates, which projected that the federal deficit for fiscal year 2012 would be $557 billion. The Congressional Budget Office now says that the deficit for fiscal year 2012 (which ended on September 30) was about $1.1 trillion — or about twice what Obama said it would be. In other words, Obama’s estimate was off by more than half a trillion dollars.
To put this colossal error into perspective, at the time that Obama was elected, the United States had never once had a deficit as large as Obama’s error would prove to be. Our largest deficit as of November 4, 2008 (the day that Obama beat John McCain) had been $459 billion. Since 2008, we’ve now run up more than $1 trillion in deficit spending for four consecutive years, totaling more than $5 trillion.



Inga Barks (guest appearance on 17>)

According to Talkers Magazine, Inga Barks is one of the most influential talk show hosts in the nation… watch out Mr. Limbaugh! Inga has been racking up awards over the past few years, but none were as important as her honor as the 2007 Woman of the Year (18th Senate District) for her extensive work in the valley and her efforts in passing "Dylan's Law". She was honored in 2006 at the State Capitol in Sacramento. You can also catch Inga making national news when she debates hot topics live on the Fox News Channel or filling in for the nationally syndicated Mark Levin. When she's not talking, Inga keeps busy taking care of her three sons.
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"Inga Barks is a well known Bakersfield radio talk show personality"

Well known Bakersfield radio talk show personalities Inga Barks and Jazz Mackay were two of the speakers on stage early on. Not surprisingly they were greeted with enthusiastic cheering from the crowd. Key note speaker for the event was Taft Community College Professor, Dr. Harold Pease. Though unassuming in his demeanor and presentation style, Pease’s speech packed a punch as he spoke about the perils of the skyrocketing government spending that has occurred since President Barack Obama’s administration took office in January.

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