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Update on the oil spill in Mayflower, AR. Sorting out fact from fiction and hashing out the gory details of this mess. We'll have knowledgeable people from the area if they are available and people from other parts of the U.S. who have been keeping a close eye on the situation.
Live from Arkansas, we'll speak with people who are providing mutual aid to victims of the Mayflower Arkansas Oil Spill. Joining me will be Alyssa Martinez, activist, citizen journalist and experienced provider of mutual aid in BP oil disaster and now this one. We will try to have other guests who are on the ground searching out the truth on the show, too, if they are available. For more up to date and TRUE information on the spill go to the Mayflower Arkansas Oil Spill FB page or to JNL_RadikalMedia on Twitter.
Christians and Christianity have been aggressively under attack in America for well over a half-century. It should come as no surprise, then, to the Christians living in America and throughout the West that the worst is yet to come. But it did not begin that way.
It was 395 years ago today- November 11, 1620- when a document known as the Mayflower Compact was signed by a group of men intent on exercising their Christian beliefs free from governmental oppression and persecution. Christians of all denominations established settlements and all of the early American colonies were built on a foundation of Christian principles that later served as the framework of our Constitution.
The early Christian church in America was built by and around men who followed the teachings of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The Holy Bible served as the foundation of our early principles, and Jesus as the exemplar of our lives. It was a time when men found courage in Jesus and morality in the Word. The Holy Bible served to illuminate the path of the righteous. Therefore, God abundantly blessed our nation and the inhabitants therein.
Where are the men of God? Where are the Christians?
GUESTS: Steve Quayle & Pastor David Lankford
Perhaps better known to millions as the Mayflower Madam, Sydney Biddle Barrows is now making quite a name for herself as a Magnificent Mentor. Her first book, Mayflower Madam, went right to the top of the New York Times bestseller list. She has since become a highly successful management consultant and writer. She masterfully reinvented herself as a marketing guru. She is coaching businesses on how to attract clients and keep them coming back. Sydney will be giving that advice to you today.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
What would a PC Thanksgiving be without an attempt to demonize the Pilgims?
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
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Doing What's Right:
Doing what's right in an age of PC revisionist history and terrorist attacks means telling the truth. The truth is that islam is a murderous, barbaric, death cult that wages war on every level upon which it is possible to wage war. The truth is that Christian values are the best platform upon which to build a stable society. The truth is that, unless individuals take responsibility for themselves and their own actions, just as in politics, that vacuum will be filled by someone or something else. Big government is not the answer. Self government, when it is directed by an abiding belief in God - by which I mean the Christian God - leads to a successful, secure and stable society, inasmuch as any society made up of human beings may be said to encompass those qualities.
According to Wikipedia, 'Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated in Canada and the United States as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. It is celebrated on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday in Novemberr in the United States. Several other places around the world observe similar celebrations.' We will discuss the history of Thanksgiving, and why it still resonates so strongly almost 400 years after the Mayflower first landed on the shores of Cape Cod, in present-day Massachusetts as well as the history of the Pilgrims and Native Americans that makes Thanksgiving a holiday that brings together people of all nations, creed and backgrounds in order to celebrate who we are as people and as ONE RACE--the Human Race. So join me for this special Thanksgiving Show and I hope we can keep the Thanksgiving spirit throughout the entire year!
Join Linda Cullum for a fascinating discussion on the History of the Mayflower Pilgrims. She is the author of "The Mayflower's Pilgrims: In Their Own Words VOL I" Ebook http://historyofthepilgrims.com/ She is from Truro, Cape Cod which was the first sighting of land for the Pilgrims. You will discover many unknown facts!
It's been a few weeks since our last Mayflower Oil Spill Update. Since then, Chris has been to Mayflower and talked with the people there. She also visited West, TX where the fertilizer plant explosion occurred and went to Julia Trigg's farm in Texas for a protest of the KXL pipeline with Marine Toxicologist Dr. Rikki Ott and much, much more. We'll get an update from her on her travels and discuss other things that are taking place regarding Mayflower, Tar Sands and other events of the past week.
Author Maria Hoskins Joins Through The Looking Glass With Kinia Colbert
I'm so excited to speak with author Maria Hoskins as she introduces her wonderful holiday books as we are quickly ushered into the holiday season! If you love the holidays like I do, you do NOT want to miss this show.
Maria tells us about her enchanting chiuldrens books- "Christmas Night On The Farm: and "Grandma's Thanksgiving Dinner".
Maria is a native of Mayflower, Arkansas and a graduate of Philander Smith College where she received a B.A. in English and Communications.
Be sure to stock up on your holiday books as gifts:
Today, World Footprints will explore elements of American history from small towns and historic hotels to Fort Monroe. We'll also visit the shanty town of Mondesa which sits just outside of Swakopmund, Namibia. There we will mingle with the locals and witness how black Namibians are preserving their history and traditions.
Fort Monroe in Virginia has been defending America since 1607 and today it remains the largest stone fortification in the United States. Tour guide Robin Reed gives us the backstory of the Fort's rich history and the important role it has played in American history.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is on a mission to preserve and share all of America's history. We'll share the work the organization is doing and we'll introduce two interesting historic hotels in Washington, DC--the Mayflower and the Morrison-Clark.
Small towns in America are often overlooked as tourist destinations but if you really want to experience real Americana you should go off the beaten path and visit a small town where you can uncover a treasure trove of goodies. Some of the most authentic travel experiences and unique stories can be found in small and rural towns and we will explore a few.
The beach resort of Swakopmund, Namibia is an example of German colonial architecture and culture. However, a majority of the population of Swakopmund lives in settlements that were developed for indigenous black Namibians. We will introduce you to some of the locals we met on a walk through the Mondesa district.
Photo credit: Ian Fitzpatrick
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel said at a Mayflower press conference Wednesday he has issued a subpoena for documents, data and other evidence from ExxonMobil pertaining to the crude oil spill that dumped thousands of barrels of oil in Mayflower last week.McDaniel complained of a headache Wednesday at the press conference at Mayflower City Hall after “limited exposure” to the rupture site in Northwoods. He said his staffers were also experiencing side effects from oil fumes, and that he was told several children at a nearby elementary school had been sent home earlier in the day after they became nauseous. “I explained to them I’m not here for a tour and I’m not getting in a van. We’re here on behalf of the State of Arkansas as the state’s lawyer, a constitutional officer empowered by the General Assembly to enforce our laws, and we’re here to conduct an investigation, not take a tour,” McDaniel told members of the press. “I didn’t appreciate how we were treated, so I can only imagine how some of the homeowners must have felt.”
Join Jewels as she talks about our holographic world to see beyond our 3D world and then talks with the incredible Mayflower Madam, Sydney Barrows who shook the very foundation of New York through her infamous escort service. Sydney is absolutely brilliant and has shown the world to beware of a brilliant woman!
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