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Beginning in the late 1950s, the United States and Soviet Union expanded the battlefield of the Cold War into near earth space. Initially limited to robotic surveillance satellites, military space programs on both sides quickly began to explore the possibilities of manned spacecraft in the new "High Frontier." While the covert American manned military space programs were canceled for budget reasons, the Soviets did eventually launch a pair of military space stations in the 1980s.
But what if the United States had clandestinely continued their manned military space program? That is the question asked by Yucca Publishing (@YuccaPublishing) author Mike Jenne(http://www.mikejennebooks.com/) in a new series of books. The first of these, BLUE GEMINI, hypothesized that the Soviet Union has developed an orbital 100 Mt bombardment system, which the United States decides must be "negated." The instrument of this "negation" will be a spacecraft known as "Blue Gemini," a modified U.S. Air Force derivative of the two-man NASA spacecraft flown in 1965/66. Insightful and historically accurate, BLUE GEMINI was a thriller with a solid basis in fact, and could have easily become reality. Now the second volume in the series, BLUE DARKER THAN BLACK has arrived.
To learn more about BLIUE DARKER THAN BLACK, tune into this week's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EDT. Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) has invited Yucca Press author Mike Jenne to talk about the historic facts behind his new novel.
Legend has it that Prince Whipple was the Black man in the picture of George Washington crossing the Delaware River during the Revolutionary War.
This week on the conversation is the bathroom transgender Issue just another roose to have Americans looking one way while the government take things from you on the other. Also Trumps wins big this week in primary's through out the US. Remember the goal is to get a Conservative in the white house not attack Trump. Does the GOP really want to fix the real problems in the US or do they care just that is best form their own pocket books like the Dumdocrats do. Clinton as a white white person I need to talk about racism more really? Morgan Freedman was on 60 minutes last year and what he said is how we need to think now and moving forward. The Klove spring pledge drive is going on right now and it is great to hear all the people who have been blessed from the radio station. The Premiere league is hitting the home strech Man. Utd. plays Number one LC. do we have a chance in winning I will break down the game. Also the Detroit Tigers are up and down looking forward where do we stand in the AL. That and much much more so join mefor the conversation your apart of.
Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records S3productions
Ella Fitzgerald with the Song Spinners – My Happiness / Tea Leaves
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Ella Fitzgerald with the Song Spinners – My Happiness / Tea Leaves
“The First lady of Song”
Label: Decca – 24446
Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
Personality Series –
A: My Happiness
Composers– Betty Peterson, Borney Bergantine
Vocal with Mixed Chorus
Dubbed "The First Lady of Song", Ella Fitzgerald was the most popular female jazz singer in the US for more than half a century. In her lifetime, she won 13 Grammy awards and sold over 40 million albums.
B: Tea Leaves
Composers– Frank Capano, Max C. Freedman, Morty Berk
Vocal with Mixed Chorus
The Song Spinners were an American vocal group which enjoyed a burst of popularity during the 1942–44 musicians' strike. They accompanied Dick Haymes on you’ll Never Know and several other hits. They had a #1 hit in 1943 with "Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer".
Join Us Tonight as we talk to Executive Director of Restoration for The Friends of Historic Claflin, Rev. Richard A. Jessie.
Historic Claflin is slated to be a citywide community cultural center and is on track for a Grand Opening in September 2018.
Raised in a segregationist south, Claflin school was first built under the auspices of The Freedman's Bureau in 1868 in order to educate the children of newly-freed slaves.
In order to preserve and protect the legacy of African-Americans, we are working to restore the school and make sure it serves the purposes for which its original founders intended ... for education and for the preservation of families in the Muscogee County and surrounding areas.
Jack M. Freedman is a poet, spoken word artist, and author of the up and coming chapbook, Never Lick the Spoon. He hails from Staten Island, NY and can be found performing at slams and open mics around NYC. In addition, he is an activist and advocate for issues ranging from the rights of the LGBT community to the rights of mental health recipients.
Freedman will also address the stigma he faced by his supervisor during an internship in the mental health field, his pro-weed stance, thoughts about how we can save the world with cannabis--as well as the implementation of medical cannabis for certain illnesses, including post traumatic stress.
To be part of the program call (267)521-0167 9-11 PM Eastern December 9, 2015.
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The Civil War in 1865, African Americans had voted primarily with the Republican Party. The Republican Party was the party of Abraham Lincoln, “the Great Emancipator.” After Lincoln’s assassination, the socalled“Radical Republicans” helped to establish the Freedman’s Bureau, passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866, and drafted the Fourteenth Amendment, preventing
states from denying rights to U.S. citizens. In 1868, Ulysses S. Grant was elected President with the help of Southern African Americans, who were voting in a presidential election for the first time. During Grant’s presidency, the Radical Republicans introduced and ratified the Fifteenth Amendment, which stated that a citizen’s (male only) right to vote could not be denied because of “race, color,or previous condition of servitude.” African Americans, particularly former slaves, became loyal members of the Republican Party.
Democrats seek to re-write history regarding, Democrats and slavery they are also trying to hypnotize people into believing the Democrats were instrumental in Civil Rights—not mentioning anything about all the efforts they made to BLOCK all of the Republicans efforts toward Civil Rights.
Michael Moore and Russell Clay chat with Matt Freedman about their post-combine reactions including players that helped (Daniel Lasco) and hurt (Tyler Boyd) their draft stock. They also catch up on dynasty news and notes including the end of Marques Colston's Saints career and what the Bears franchising Alshon Jeffery does to both his and Kevin White's dynasty stock. ?
Welcome to Happy Talk Radio. This is GG Stanley, your host with the most happy talk from coast-to-coast. Happy Talk Radio is a family friendly program about you and me in the totality of happiness for our mind, body and soul.
Today we will observe Black History Month on a reflection of Black History Moments and quotes of Dr. Martin Luther King ("I Have A Dream" Speech), President Barack Obama ("Yes We Can" Speech), Harriet Tubman and others Civil Rights Leaders and abolitionists such as Nelson Mandela, Booker T. Washington, Sojourner Truth, Mahatma Ghandi, Rosa Park.....
Our history is still in the making; and "Happy Talk Radio" is bringing it home!!!
BLACK HISTORY QUOTES
"No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to learn, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite." By Nelson Mandela
"Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed." By Booker T. Washington
"You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right." By Rosa Parks
"Truth is powerful and it prevails. Ain't I a Woman" By Sojourner Truth
"Be the change you wish to see in the world." By Mahatma Ghandi