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Jefferson gives his assessment of the author of and book of Revelation in the Bible:“It is between fifty and sixty years since I read it and I then considered it as merely the ravings of a maniac no more worthy nor capable of explanation than the incoherences of our own nightly dreams.” (Thomas Jefferson, Letter to General Alexander Smyth, January 17, 1825)Jefferson put together his own bible called the “Jefferson Bible” in which he took out certain passages of scripture while throwing out the rest considering it as dung:“The greatest of all the Reformers of the depraved religion of his own country, was Jesus of Nazareth… Abstracting what is really his from the rubbish in which it is buried, easily distinguished by its luster from the dross of his biographers, and as separable as the diamond from the dung hill.” (Thomas Jefferson, Letter to William Short, October 31, 1819)Jefferson blasphemes account of Ten Commandments in the Bible:“where get we the ten commandments? The book indeed gives them to us verbatim, but where did it get them? For itself tells us they were written by the finger of God on tables of stone, which were destroyed by Moses. But the whole history of these books is so defective and doubtful, that it seems vain to attempt minute inquiry into it and such tricks have been played with their text, and with the text of other books relating to them, that we have a right from that cause to entertain much doubt what parts of them are genuine.” (Thomas Jefferson, Letter to John Adams, January 24, 1814)
Join Teresa as she welcomes Joan Jefferson, always an Inspiration! Her marketing company Dragonfly Strategy has brought many businesses from start up to the million dollar club, by always keeping the values she believes in.
We will also be discussing the upcoming Living Soul Seminar, with world reknowned Dr Mitchell Gibson, October 19. This event will be held at the Omni Galleria, from 8:30-4:00pm and will sell out.
The class takes a look at the relationships we have with Spirits in every aspect of our lives. http://www.dragonflystrategy.com/
MGN Radio welcomes Tara Jefferson to our show. Tara is the founder and editor of TheYoungMommylife.com, one of the first websites created specifically for a young mothers' concerns. She is an author, social media consultant, and young parent advocate.
The Young Mommy Life has been featured on Sirius XM, Ebony, Essence, WhatToExpect.com, for its realistic portrayal of young motherhood and all it entails. With readers from South Africa to London to Brazil, The Young Mommy Life is a global movement changing how young mothers are perceived in the media, by policy makers, and in our communities.
You don't want to miss this show! Tune in Friday at 9pm EST as we chat with Tara.
Local Government and Police Departments are corrupt beyond belief on so many levels. So many are overly concerned about Washington D.C. where they can do so little while local governments are allowing many of the demands of DC to happen.
On Monday evening, many of us will be appearing at the Jefferson County Administration building to voice our concerns about an out of control Sheriff Boyer, and express our displeasure on some VERY weak member of the County Council.
Got something to say? Join us on the show and chime in, and show up and be counted at the County Council meeting.
Call in and chat with USA TODAY Technology columnists Jefferson Graham and Ed Baig about the week in tech. This week: Google, Google and Google! Ed just reviewed the new Moto phone, and Jeff takes a look at how photos look better using Google+, the lesser-used rival to Facebook. Have questions about the new phone, how to master G+, or why Android market share keeps growing and growing? Check in with Ed and Jeff.
Call in and chat with USA TODAY Technology columnists Jefferson Graham and Ed Baig about the week in tech. Have questions about Google's new $35 Chromecast dongle to beam Internet programming to the TV? Which streaming device is right for you? The new Moto phones just announced. The controversial smash summer app Ask.fm Jeff just profiled? Call in and let's talk tech!
Some members of America’s religious right would have us believe that Thomas Jefferson was a Bible-thumping evangelist on a mission to create religious schools, to convert Native Americans into Christians, and to establish a Christian nation. They argue that Jefferson’s famous “wall of separation” letter written in 1802 to the Danbury Baptist Association was simply to stop government from encroaching on religion and had nothing to do with a Christian-run government
Call in and chat with USA TODAY Technology columnists Jefferson Graham and Ed Baig about the week in tech. That new AT&T plan that lets you upgrade to a new phone without having to wait 2 years? Worth it? Ed's take on a new way to buy glasses, without visiting a physical store? Call in and let's talk tech!
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Guest: Jefferson Langley
It's no coincidence that yours truly is typing this on the birthdate of Billy Eckstine in 1914. That powerfully influential singer commanded the attention of a broad range of ears - we'd call his style "Old School" these days. Those times produced singers who rounded out their phrasing, with every note delivered as if it was urgent. And passionate. Voila! Anthony Jefferson :)
My guest (on Tuesday's show, 7/9/2013, is a throwback to that time. Anthony is from New Orleans - so you know that the musically rich climate there infiltrated his soul early on. And that education-by-osmosis included supportive parents who encouraged piano lessons. But there's more to Anthony than that background...he wanted to make sure that he LEARNED the basics and beyond. So, there were classes at the University of New Orleans, the Institute of Arts in California, and Berklee in Boston.
It was in Cali that Anthony awakened to the possibilities of Jazz. Willie Jones III ("Downbeat" Drummer of the Year 2012) had told his Dad (member of The Flamingos!) that AJ should consider Jazz as a career. Mentoring began and the flame grew higher in time. The classical training mingled with the desire to convey the past in a voice that craved it. This really IS who Anthony Jefferson is!
We're going to hear about a journey that included stops in the Bahamas, Turks, and Caicos - before settling down in the Dominican Republic. We'll hear about The Jefferson Faculty, Anthony's group, that rocks the DR every time they play. And we'll definitely focus on the NEW CD that has riveted this writer since I heard it - three tracks and you'll look up that word, rivet, too :-D
Happy Birthday to the late Billy Eckstine...Billy? I hope you have your headphones on in Heaven!
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