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Woe unto America! Many of our nation’s highest leaders worship Satan, and are willing servants of EVIL. They are controlled by Satan, the god of this world (2nd Corinthians 4:4). Satan controls these men through the occult (i.e., “hidden” organizations). Jesus said “in secret have I done nothing” (John 18:20), because He had nothing to hide. Why the secrecy from our nation’s top leaders?
Skull and Bones is of the Devil. Freemasonry is of the Devil. Nearly 2,000 carefully selected government officials, corporate tycoons and other luminaries—men with power to shape the future—assemble privately every July in a redwood forest about 65 miles north of San Francisco. The meeting includes a somber ritual that features the Druidic burning of an effigy on the alter, chants from a robed chorus, and wild drinking and promiscuity.
The bizarre Pagan ritual of the Bohemian Grove—the Cremation of Care ceremony—is practiced by its members (all men), including both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Alan Greenspan, Richard M. Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Walter Cronkite, Colin Powell, and Henry Kissinger to name but a few. The meeting is held every July. It is purported that Obama and McCain visited Bohemian Grove in July of 2008.
Jerri Lange has had a wealth of experience in television (both in front of the camera and behind the scenes). Her colorful career has yielded numerous awards in the field of broadcasting, and in April 1978 San Francisco State University issued its most prestigious honor, the Broadcast Preceptor Award, given by the Broadcast Communications Arts Department "in recognition of signal accomplishments, leadership and adherence to the highest standards in broadcasting" to three recipients: Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, and Jerri Lange.
Between 1969 and 1979, Jerri was host of a number of television programs in San Francisco which focused on community issues at KEMO, KBHK, KGO, and KQED (where she also served on the board). Jerri became the first black woman to host a national talk show, Turnabout, which was produced at the San Francisco public television station KQED and broadcast on 148 stations throughout the country.
Jerri was comfortable on camera, and comfortable interviewing superstars such as Shirley MacLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr., Rock Hudson, and others. On March 1, 1978 at KQED she was honored as "The Outstanding Broadcaster of the Year" by American Women in Radio and Television.
As a professor of Broadcast Communications Arts at San Francisco State University, Jerri taught Broadcasting and Affirmative Action, Women in Media, and Writing for Radio and Television. She also lectured a graduate class in Communications at Stanford University. She was granted an interview with Professor Arnold Tonybee, historian and member of the Royal Institute of International Studies in London.
In the month of June, the LGBT community turns its thoughts gay pride month and parades. How did two iconic figures of the 1960s, Walter Cronkite and Judy Garland, play a role in the birth of the modern Gay rights movement through Stonewall and beyond? Today on A Thousand Moms Talk.
Welcome to our podcast for June 4, 2011. I am Dave Balog, information person for A Thousand Moms: Building Community Support for LGBT/Q Youth in Foster/Adoptive Care. Pull up a chair, settle in and listen to our discussion. Thank you for tuning in.
Guest: Susan Bitter Smith was elected to a four year term on the Arizona Corporation Commission starting in January 2013. She is a member of the National Association of Regulatory Commissioners, currently serving on NARUC's Water Committee and as President-Elect of the Western region. She is serving as Executive Director of the Southwest Cable Communications Association since 1980 and as Vice President of Technical Solutions since 1988. She earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Business Administration from Arizona State University and is a Past Chairman of the ASU Alumni Association. In addition, she serves as the Honorary Chair of the ASU MBA Alumni Association, is a Past Chairman of the Walter Cronkite Foundation, Past Chairman of the Arizona First Amendment Coalition, and is the Chairman of the Arizona Competitive Telecommunications Coalition.
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Which American President loved to sunbathe nude? Which two Presidents died on the same day? Who tailored First Lady Jackie Kennedy's famous, pink, blood-stained, Chanel-like suit seen by the world on the day of President Kennedy's assassination fifty years ago? The answers to those little known facts in today's edition of "Sunday's with Rolonda."
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Tonite (11.22.2013) we prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was murdered by more than one lone nut.
The ROTTENfeller CRIME family ordered the hit.
Allen Dulles (former CIA director) supervised the hit.
Former CIA agents, the head of the Secret Service James J. Roley, J. Edgar Hoover and the Joint Chiefs of Staff were in on the planning of the hit. LBJ knew of the hit but had nothing to do with the planning of it.
J. Edgar Hoover, LBJ, the Secret Service boss, the media and the Dallas police chief (Jesse Curry) were in on the cover-up. Top media goons involved in the cover-up have been walter cronkite, dan rather, tom brokaw, peter jennings, brian williamsbarabara walters, diane sawyer, katie couric, piers morgan, geraldo rivera.
At least four shooter teams were used.
At least 8 shots were fired.
The fatal head shots came from behind (TSBD) and from the right front (grassy knoll).
Six eyewitnesses said on a Big Brother documentary "JFK: Three Shots that Changed America" that they heard a shot from the grassy knoll. One man said the bullet wizzed by his left ear.
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Emmy award winning anchor-reporter for WTNH-TV Ann Nyberg shares her passion for diners. Ann has interviewed some of the country's greatest broadcasters, including the late Walter Cronkite and Peter Jennings, and has been on assigment to the communist country of Cuba and to the Vatican to cover Pope John Paul II.
Also on the menu: Producer and Director of "Why We Ride," Bryan H. Carroll (Titanic, Collateral, Miami Vice, Public Enemies). "Why We Ride" is a story about the journey, not the destination. Motorcycles represent the milestones of our lives. From a kid’s dream come true, to a retiree’s return to freedom. From a family riding together on the sand dunes, to hundreds of choppers carving through the canyons – the bond is the same. It’s about the passion of the riders and the soul of their machines.
Diner of the Week: Mays Landing Diner in New Jersey.
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Who wants to be a grouch? Doctors, scientists and spiritual leaders agree that those who live an optimistic life are happier and healthier. But it’s a lot easier said than done. Not everyone can instantly switch their attitude to a happier mindset. It is a habit that must be shaped, learned and practiced.
Tune into The Laura Longley Show as Sally Marks discusses tips on how to erase negativity and embrace the magic within our own lives, as well as talks about why she and her friend and co-author, Jacqueline Howard, came to write this popular self-help book, Erase Negativity and Embrace the Magic Within.
More about Sally Marks
In addition to being an author, Sally is the president of Marks Public Relations, a public relations agency specializing in the promotion of small businesses. The award-winning journalist, comedy writer, screenwriter and playwright graduated with honors from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and has published numerous articles and stories in local, regional and national publications.
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Join us on Monday, September 23, 2013 at 7:00 PM EDT as we continue recognition of World Alzheimer's Month. Our special guest, G. Allen Power, MD, is a board certified internist and geriatrician, and clinical professor of medicine at the University of Rochester, New York. Dr. Power has been interviewed by BBC Television, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Singapore’s Straits Times, and many more. In Dementia Beyond Drugs: Changing the Culture of Care, Dr. Power addresses the development of guidelines for sustainable communities that embrace people of all ages and abilities. His critically acclaimed book won the "Book of the Year" Award from the American Journal of Nursing and a Merit Award from the National Mature Media Awards. His work abroad includes a Bellagio Residency in Italy by the Rockefeller Foundation and collaboration on the International Advisory Board for Australia's Dementia Foundation and the South Africa Care Forum. Dr. Power's contributions to the "Hand in Hand" educational materials will enhance care for patients and compassion for caregivers, plus enlighten the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging. Dr. Power is featured in the new documentary Alive Inside, awakening the healing power of music. As a musician and songwriter he has worked with well-known artists, including Peter, Paul and Mary. His song, “I’ll Love You Forever” was played by Walter Cronkite in a Discovery Channel profile of American families. We look forward to a compelling hour with Dr. Power, uncovering his blueprint to change the culture of care for families living through Alzheimer's, as well as other forms of dementia.