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The Mexica Movement was founded in 1993 as the Chicano Mexicano Mexica Empowerment Committee (CMMEC) by the poet and writer Olin Tezcatlipoca. The name 'Mexica' is derived from the Nahuatl word Mexihcah (Nahuatl pronunciation: [me?'?i?ka?]), the name the Aztecs used for themselves.
The organization is named after the Mexica (a.k.a. Aztec) civilization. This civilization is seen as the best chance from which the continent's indigenous-descent peoples can reconstruct themselves as a nation, similar to the way that modern Italians unified their nation under Roman-Italic identity and the Tuscan dialect. The organization asserts that the Mexica civilization is the best and most thoroughly-documented of all the major indigenous civilizations (e.g. architecture, language, theology, calendrics, etc.). Mexica is asserted as a civilization-rallying point for a future nation. Collectively, these indigenous people of the hemisphere are known as Nican Tlaca.
"best kind of prayer is action" Olin Tezcatlipoca
Given the recent happenings in the sport of golf, co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres, take The Practice Range to discuss whether or not, the sport is still a gentleman’s game or is it really turn into a nasty sport.
On The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, They will talk about the newly signed extension to the European Tour finale, Chambers Bay continue to draw attention with USGA Executive Director Mike Davis recent warnings and the environmentalists planned protest, the PGA Tour was forced to defends its security policy in lieu of the recent Sergio Garcia heckling at The Players, Miguel Angel Jimenez and a collegiate player hole-in-one stories, Greg Norman turning down The Open and Rory McIlroy interacting with fans via Periscope at 30K feet.
The Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week is 1997 US Open winner and current Champions Tour player, Olin Browne.
Date: Wednesday, Febraury 4, 2014 - 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDT
Last year, the ADA Legacy Tour and the colorful Road to Freedom ADA Bus, piloted by legendary photographer Tom Olin, visited nine cities across the United States between July 26 and December 2014. In 2015, an even more ambitious ADA Legacy Tour will travel to 39 cities and culminate in Washington, DC on July 26, 2015 as part of the celebrations of the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Join Mark Johnson, Director of Advocacy for the Shepherd Center and Chair of the ADA Legacy Project, as he talks with Pamela Williamson, Director of the Southeast ADA Center, about how you can share your ADA story and help preserve the history of the disability rights movement; celebrate its milestones; and educate the public and future generations of advocates.
Speaker: Mark Johnson - Director of Advocacy, Shepherd Center and Chair, The ADA Legacy Project
Note: Real-time captioning is available for this broadcast.
For more information visit adalive.org.
You won't believe what Dinesh D'Souza had to say to Brooklyn GOP Radio in an EXCLUSIVE interview that we'll air Wednesday at 9PM!
Dinesh D’Souza has had a 25-year career as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual. A former policy analyst in the Reagan White House, D’Souza also served as John M. Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and the Robert and Karen Rishwain Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He served as the president of The King’s College in New York City from 2010 to 2012.
Called one of the “top young public-policy makers in the country” by Investor’s Business Daily, D’Souza quickly became known as a major influencer on public policy through his writings.
Most recently, D'Souza, the creator of 2016: Obama's America, has taken us on a journey of discovery that bringsyou face-to-face with the heroes who built America, in the times in which they lived, bled, and sacrificed in order to build a great nation: Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and others. You'll be there as Columbus sets foot on American soil, as bullets whiz by in the acclaimed book-turned-film, America.
What he told us about his thoughts of Republican politics today will definitely get your attention! Tune in!
Allen West served as an US Representative representing Florida's 22nd and 18th District. He is a 22 year veteran of the military where he earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel as well as a Bronze Star and a Meritorious Service Medal. He is a Fox News contributor and the author of the recently released Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin’s Journey to Faith, Family and Freedom.
F.H. Buckley a Foundation Professor at George Mason University School of Law and a former visiting Olin Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School. He is the author of books, including The Morality of Laughter, Just Exchange: A Theory of Contract, and Fair Governance. His latest book is The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America.
EDDIE McCLINTOCK joins THE MARK for an interesting evening of recollection and humility.
To date, McClintock has appeared in ten pilots, starred in five network series, worked on several TV movies, and made well over 45 guest appearances on more than 25 different shows. He was a cast member on the television sitcom Stark Raving Mad from 1999 to 2000 with Tony Shalhoub and Neil Patrick Harris, which won the People’s Choice Award but later was cancelled. In 2006, he appeared on Desperate Housewives as Frank, the father of Gabrielle and Carlos' adoptive baby. He appeared as Special Agent Tim Sullivan in four episodes of Bones in 2007. He has also guest-starred on Sex and the City, My Boys, Felicity, Friends, Ned and Stacey, Less than Perfect, Better off Ted, The King of Queens and other less-successful television shows like B.S. (Boarding School), A.U.S.A., Crumbs with Fred Savage, and Say Uncle with Teri Hatcher and Ken Olin.
He is best known for his role in Syfy's Warehouse 13.
BuddyTV ranked him number eight-two on its list of "TV's Sexiest Men of 2011".
Visit his art at eddiemcclintock.com
CALL IN AND SPEAK TO EDDIE AT 914-338-0314
10:12:00 AM Philip Bennet
10:24:00 AM Kenny Lombardi
10:36:00 AM Crystal Hill
10:48:00 AM Olin Barnett
11:36:00 AM Susan McCrossin
12:00:00 PM Richard Leigh
12:36:00 PM Cindy C. Larsen
12:48:00 PM Rupali Raghavan
Dinesh D’Souza has had a 25-year career as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual. A former policy analyst in the Reagan White House, D’Souza also served as John M. Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. During last week's CPAC convention, I sat down with Dinesh to discuss his upcoming movie "America," and his view of the current state of foreign policy under the Obama administration. We'll also have Moscow Times writer L. Todd Wood live from Russia to talk about the situation in Ukraine, and part 1 of the CPAC panel with Dr. Zuhdi Jasser. Tune in Saturday at Noon ET, or listen to the archive at your convenience.
The Don Smith Show "where it’s ok to be a conservative," brings you the most in-depth coverage of all the latest political news. While the liberal media currently dominates the airwaves, now there is an alternative. Listen to The Don Smith Show every Saturday at Noon ET to hear great interviews with people like Ted Nugent, Col. Allen West, Charlie Daniels, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Pat Boone, Chuck Woolery, Ben Shapiro, Jon Voight, Deneen Borelli, NRA President Jim Porter, Victoria Jackson, and many more leading conservatives.
Don Smith is a business executive, and fiscal conservative. As seen on Fox News, CBS, PBS, Next Generation TV, and heard on various syndicated radio broadcasts around the country, "The Don Smith Show" takes the complex issues facing this nation and breaks them down in an easy to understand format. Tune in every Saturday at Noon ET for all the latest political news.
We willhave some audio clips from Dr. Ishakamusa Barashango a doctor of History and Theology as well as Olin Tezcatilpoca an author and activist, and they will educate us on how we can better understand the need for us not to celebrate our peoples genocide.
Co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres will check in and provide insights and analysis on what's happening around the golf world.
Their VIG (Very Important Guest) this week will be renowned veteran golf and NFL writer and author Jim Ducibella.
They will also provide recaps from this past weekend and preview next weekend’s action. Among the recaps covered will be:
Adam Scott’s two-shot win at the PGA Tour’s Grand Slam of Golf Webb Simpson’s lapping of the field at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open Amy Yang’s win on home soil at the LPGA’s KEB HanaBank Championship in a playoff over compatriot Hee Kyung Seo Michael Allen’s big finish to win in a playoff over Olin Browne at Greater Hickory Kia Classic at Rock Barn Jin Jeong’s playoff win over Ross Fisher at the ISPS Perth Handa International Nacho Elvira’s one-shot victory at the Forshan Open The previews they’ll preview this weekend’s action on:
PGA Tour – CIMB Classic LPGA – Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship Champions Tour – AT&T Championship European Tour – BMW Masters presented by SRE Group European Challenge Tour – National Bank of Oman Golf Classic Ladies European Tour – Sanya Ladies Open
Join us for a discussion of marriage and children with Dr. Jennifer Morse, head of the Ruth Institute.
Dr. Jennifer Morse is one of the nation’s formost economists. She is also the Senior Research Fellow in Economics at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty.
Author of Smart Sex: Finding Life-long Love in a Hook-up World, (2005) and Love and Economics: Why the Laissez-Faire Family Doesn’t Work (2001), recently reissued in paperback, as Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village.
Dr. Morse served as a Research Fellow for Stanford University’s Hoover Institution from 1997-2005. She received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Rochester in 1980 and spent a postdoctoral year at the University of Chicago during 1979-80. She taught economics at Yale University and George Mason University for 15 years. She was John M. Olin visiting scholar at the Cornell Law School in fall 1993. She is a regular contributor to the National Review Online, National Catholic Register, Town Hall, MercatorNet and To the Source.