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This episode features a pre-recorded interview with historian and author Harvey J. Kaye. The discussion revolves around his book The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great.
Harvey J. Kaye is the Ben and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. An award-winning author, Kaye has published fifteen books on history, politics, and ideas, contributed articles and essays to a diverse array of publications
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Our premiere episode of "Tiki Time". Tom from the FDR Drive Band is our guest today. He is the band's guitarist who will be playing on Memorial Day at Pier Restaurant and Tiki Bar in Rye, NY on the Playland boardwalk.
We will look at important things that happened on this day in history:
1941: President FDR asks Congress for a Declaration of War;
1980: John Lennon is shot in NY City;
1993: President Clinton signs NAFTA.
We will also look at the 2014 KansasSenate race plus the new Secretary of Defense nomineee.
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Welcome to the first of our episodes on your money. There's a lot of fear about money and some of it is real, some not. Franklin D. Roosevelt said that the only thing to fear in the depths of the Great Depression, is fear itself. Oprah calls fear, false evidence appearing real.
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Collaboration between powerful private and public interests has become the ruling force in the United States, and the OECD. This collaboration operates in conflict, and in oppostion to, the welfare of the general populace. This conflict and opposition is reflected in recent electoral results, in the formation of populist movements, and in polling data.
Stuart Zechman discusses power and powerlessness.
POLITICAL ANIMALS--FDR'S First Vice President John Nance Garner--"The office isn't worth a bucket of warm spit"
Claudia "Lady Bird" Johnson--President Lyndon Johnson 's wife & First Lady--
1958 Historical Audio--President Eisenhower's Christmas Greetings from Space
What is the status in Cuba of terroists and Cop killers such as Chemisard,who have fled to and remain in Cuba---Chemisard New Jersey Cop murder case
Historically, Every nation has engaged in some form of torture of military and civilians
The Sony assasination movie---Was this fuss a marketing ploy to promote a mediocre movie during Christmas?
December 22--Births-deaths & Events relevant to US(a) Japanese Prime Minister & General Tojo was hanged after a war crimes trial conviction
December 22nd Births-Deaths & Events relevant to (US)a
Deanna shared information about Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Red in the White House, and his financial maneuvers and machinations and the influential communists in his administration who advised him to provoke Japan to attack at Pearl Harbor. Some of her information came from her third book, The Ruling Elite, Death, Destruction and Domination. Visit her timeline for book 2 and 3.
Let's discuss exactly what the President is doing on immigration reform. We'll be live right after his national address.
And tonight I refute another Obamacare lie that was brought up on Monday's show.
And, do we need a new, Economic Bill of Rights, similar to FDR's. (The answer is yes.)
In October, 1929, America its worst economic situation to date: the Great Depression. For the next decade, FDR managed to create new programs (some of which were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court) for America and Americans. The Gold Reserve Act of 1934 illegally forced Americans to "exchange" their gold for paper money or face prison time. Other government agencies like National Recovery Act (NRA), came into existence and forced businesses to abide by their rules. The NRA also urged people to spy on neighbors, reminiscent of the DHS' "If you see something, say something" mentality.
In what way is President Obama like FDR? Join Dr. Fred and his co-host DavidR for Truth Trends Radio as they examine the possibilities on tonight's show from 8:00 to 9:00pm EST.
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