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Remembering Pearl Harbor on this day, and talking about the sacrifice our veterans of that era have made for us all. Then talk about the squandering of our liberties since then.
Excuse the noise, this episode was done remotely via cellular phone. Future episodes may periodically be broadcast via cellular phone, or other mobile type devices.
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This week Rod Martin has for his guest, Mr Mark Weber, Director of the Institute of Historical Review (IHR). Notwithstanding the recent controversery surrounding Mr Weber and criticism from gossip shows on the internet, Mark and Rod engage in dialog while looking closely at events surrounding the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941.
As is always the case when Mr Weber visits this show, the discussion is lively and challenging and gets everyone thinking out of the box.
Bill & John cover the watefront of interesting developments since taking last week off to enjoy a long Thanksgiving weekend.
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Well, fresh off of one of the coldest days in record since the 1990's in this country, on today's show I'll discuss an article that puts another dent in global warming's sails. As far as cold cheeseburgers, I'll also be talking briefly about the planned fast food strikes and demands and the overall culture of entitlement that we're apparently now living in. I'll also share and comment on an article from Don Feder that looks back not so much at Pearl Harbor itself but the aftermath that enabled us to recover from that and win World War 2 in three years when really we were not necessarily a great military power that maybe some today might assume we were. But we were a different people than what we are today, and yes, a lot of comes down to our culture and the level of reverence we have for God. That's today at 4:30 PM on American Faith Today!
Girl George & The Gypsy Poet interview Peter Dunne (AKA Peter Bilt) Pearl Harbor & The Explosions guitarist. Gypsy Poet Radio Epsiode #47.
Let's dig into 911 -JFK - Pearl Harbor - and other governmental possible cover-ups and so called conspiracy. Recent and updated possible proof and motives behind JFK, new evidnce on 911 and links to responsible persons. Pearl Harbor newly released FOIA (freedom of information act) documentation proving *thats right proving* the government had advanced notice of pear harbor but used it as an excuse to enter the war, seemingly the same way as Iraq.
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The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders was the first U.S. air retaliation attack for the attack of Pearl Harbor.
Sergeant in Arms Brian Anderson joins us today to share with us this amazing history, and how we can help commemorate these amazing men, who helped protect and serve our country.
The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders was a group eighty men from all walks of life who flew into history on April 18, 1942. They were all volunteers and this was a very dangerous mission. Sixteen B-25 bombers took off from the deck of the USS Hornet, led by (then Col.) Jimmy Doolittle. They were to fly over Japan, drop their bombs and fly on to land in a part of China that was still free. Of course, things do not always go as planned.
The months following the attack on Pearl Harbor were the darkest of the war, as Imperial Japanese forces rapidly extended their reach across the Pacific. Our military was caught off guard, forced to retreat, and losing many men in the fall of the Philippines, leading to the infamous Bataan Death March.
By spring, 1942, America needed a severe morale boost. The raid on Tokyo on April 18, 1942, certainly provided that – cheering the American military and public. Yet, the Doolittle Raid meant so much more, proving to the Japanese high command that their home islands were not invulnerable to American attacks and causing them to shift vital resources to their defense. Two months later that decision would play a role in the outcome of the Battle of Midway, the American victory that would begin to turn the tide in the Pacific War.
In order to honor all the Raiders, past and present, for their valor, courage and patriotism, we are working to get the Congressional Gold Medal awarded while we still have three members who are able to travel to receive the award.
January 10, 2010. A date that lives in infamy in the minds of cyber security experts. That was the day Google and a number of other hi-tech firms announced they'd been hacked by the Chinese. It was also the day the CEO of McAfee, one of the world's most popular antivirus brands, admitted its software had failed to detect the attacks. In the ongoing cat and mouse game of cyber security, this is not all that unusual. It's common knowledge that as soon as one security hole is plugged and another piece of malware is defeated, then yet another rears its ugly head. With the number of organized hacking rings and government sponsored cyber warfare units springing up worldwide, are we quickly coming to the point in time where it's nearly impossible to defend our digital assets? More importantly, if multinational corporations and major banking systems are being attacked with impunity, what chance does the average citizen have of being able to secure their data? Does a different kind of online security system need to be developed in order to prevent a digital Pearl Harbor?
Pearl Prather was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and currently resides in Thonotosassa with her husband Stan of 26 years. She has two children, who are now grown and off on their own and three beautiful grandsons who keep her busy when time permits. Pearl worked for a local utilities company for 17 years when one glorious day she was laid off and that is when her life really began. She soon started a cleaning business which she successfully operated for 3 plus years when one day the opportunity came through for Pearl to open a boutique. That boutique is better known as Mystikal Scents a metaphysical retail store specializing in Pagan and Wiccan items and holistic healing modalities. As owner of this unique, eclectic store, she has reached across the boundaries of cultures, religions, races, and genders to share spiritual healing and teaching through the vast array of programs offered. Her own Mystikal World has become a gateway to transport you into a world of wonder, peace, rejuvenation, and healing. Pearl has owned and operated Mystikal Scents now for the last 8 years and plans on having it well into her life. She strives to make Mystikal Scents a place that you can go to get yourself the rest, relaxation and rejuvenation that we all need and deserve. It’s a place where you can learn, heal and soak up a lot of good energy. Come by and see Pearl and sit a “spell”.
Event Purpose: To educate, entertain, and enlighten the general public on the benefits of wholistic (body, mind and spirit) healing modalities and products. Our mission is also to promote local holistic practitioners and businesses, and to support non-profit community organizations.
Healing in the Harbor was born from a vision that came to Safety Harbor Psychic Caryl Dennis one quiet evening in 2007. While meditating on her balcony, from which the John Wilson Gazebo Park is visible, she was surprised to “see” the park full of colorful tents, with lots of people milling about; she could “hear” the sound of children’s laughter and inspirational music. She never forgot that vision or the sense of community that accompanied it. Eventually, in 2013, she enlisted the aid of Julie Brannon of Bailey’s Naturals, King James of the Sundrummers, Todd and Kiaralinda of Safety Harbor Art & Music Center, performers, sponsors, supporters and more than fifty wholistic vendors and together they manifested it.
The first Healing in the Harbor event took place on April 6, 2013 and was a great success. More than 2000 enthusiastic attendees experienced a beautiful Spring day filled with stimulating presentations and exhilarating music, as well as the many holistic goods and services offered by the vendors.
The blues is life itself to Bernie Pearl. A guitarist with an upbeat, finger-poppin' picking style he learned at the elbows of bluesmasters Sam 'Lightnin' Hopkins, Mance Lipscomb, Mississippi Fred MacDowell, and others. Yet, Bernie Pearl is no hidebound traditionalist. As music critics and aficionados have said for years, he is a craftsman who packs his songs with melodic interpretations that are new and personal each time he picks up his vintage Martin or National. To hear him tell it, "I'm not a retro player. I'm playing real blues for right now."
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