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  • 00:03

    A Fresh Start

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    Welcome to the new and improved Those Who Dont Learn History. Strap in and enjoy the ride!

  • 00:13

    Sons of Confederate Veterans, Adm. Semmes Camp 11, Show 2

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    We are doing a short show today on the Spanish Guards Company, Alabama Militia and on Captain Thomas Cooper De Leon, a Sephardic Jewish Confederate Officer and Writer.
    The Sons of Confederate Veterans is a Non-Racial, Non-Political, Non-Sectarian, Historical, Patriotic and Genealogical organization founded, in 1896. We presently have approx. 30,000 members in the United States and in Overseas Camps. We welcome all men who are descendants either Lineal or Collateral of anyone who served Honorably in the Confederate Military between 1861-1865. We also have an Associate Membership for those without Confederate Ancestors. We hope you enjoy the Admiral Raphael Semmes Camp 11 Radio Show and welcome you to join the Sons. We can help you join from anywhere in the United States or Overseas. You can contact us via email at JoinTheSCV@Aol.Com please include your name and phone number and the best time to call you. We also have Genealogy Assistance available for those who wish to join. Email Us Today and Join The S.C.V. (JoinTheSCV@AOL.Com)
    We hope you enjoy the show.
     

  • 00:38

    Duffy on Moving the 17th into Hibernation

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    Host Brian Duffy will discuss the hibernation of the weblog, Repeal the 17th Amendment, and the future of repeal effort.

  • 00:31

    Bringing Up the Past

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    Join Deep Blue Marine as we discuss the ongoing recovery operations in the oceans off the Dominican Republic.

  • 00:45

    The Wake Up Show: The Truth About American History

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    Check out the show for rebels.. This is Reality Radio!
     Frank dsicussions with Mr. Solutions about politics, news, and current events.. Laugh, Cry, Shout ,and yell at your computer as the midway mistro serves up the goods..

  • 03:24

    "Should The History Of Slavery Be Taught In School?"

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    TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, Jan. 26th, 2012 8pm-11pm EST. In our 1st hour we'll discuss some recent remarks by Republican Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich who called Pres. Obama a "Food Stamp President". He's putting out misinformation about African-Americans and welfare.

    In our 2nd hour we'll discuss how efforts by a group of Tea Party activist in Tennessee will remove references to Slavery in school books. They also want to remove references of the Founding Founders being slave owners? Did you know that the Founding Fathers collectively owned over 1,400 slaves. We'll discuss "Should The History Of Slavery Be Taught In School?". Why are they trying to "Whitewash" history? What are they afraid of?

    In our 3rd hour we'll discuss African-American (Black) History Month which starts in February. Will you celebrate it? Why or why not? We want to hear from you. Do you know the History of Black History Month? Did you know that the month of February was not given to us by Europeans to celebrate? You don't want to miss this discussion.

    Listen at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com or Call In & Listen at (646) 564-9598.

  • 01:01

    Martin Luther King Day!!!

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      A quarter of a million people, black and white together, gathered in the summer heat at the Washington Monument and then surged forth to the Lincoln Memorial. They had come on buses and trains, many from the Deep South. Large contingents represented white religious faiths and, despite lack of backing by the AFL-CIO, many labor unions. Haunting freedom songs—”We Shall Overcome” sung by Joan Baez, “Oh, Freedom!” by Odetta—blended with speeches by the civil rights leadership. SNCC [Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee]’s John Lewis pierced the uplifting mood by denouncing the inadequacy of conventional liberalism and Kennedy’s legislative program to complete “the unfinished revolution of 1776.”
    Around midafternoon Martin Luther King stood beneath the brooding face of Abraham Lincoln. Inspired by the sea of upturned black and white faces, he left his carefully crafted text and in rippling cadences and rich
    colors, he painted his vibrant dream of racial justice. Repeatedly invoking his phrase, “I have a dream,” responding to the people in rhythm with him, he implored that freedom ring from the hilltops of New Hampshire, the mountains of New York and Pennsylvania, and even more, from Georgia’s Stone Mountain. “Let freedom ring from Lookout Mountain of Tennessee. Let freedom ring from every hill and mole hill of Mississippi. From
    every mountain top, let freedom ring. [...]

  • 03:00

    Abner Haynes Heroes Of Football Radio Show

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    Abner Haynes  Heroes Of Football Radio Show Talks About the Issues of Retired NFL Players, The Community, Issues of Military Veterans, Youth, Health Disparities,and Music from the past.

  • 00:22

    New England and the Causes of the Civil War

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    In this episode, Kristie will talk about New England's role in the years leading up to war.  From Eli Whitney's invention of the Cotton Gin--revolutionizing slave cotton production to author Harriet Beecher Stowe who published Uncle Tom's Cabin while living in Maine!  You don't want to miss it!

  • 00:17

    royal talk

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    talking about current royal news

  • 00:30

    Too Long on the Road

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    Between trips to SHakespeare, and Tombstone, and Shakespeare again.... TIme to talk about where I've been, and where I'm going.  Plus risk open phones for the first time.