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PLEASE TUNE IN TONIGHT AS WE SALUTE ALL DADS: GOOD OR BAD!
Father’s Day should be a reminder to cherish those true dads, who did so much more than help create us. They raised us with love and patience, humor and wisdom. But it’s also a day to appreciate all the regrettable qualities in those dads who made for bad dads. Take a minute to think about all the ways your father might have failed you, if he did—and let go, by resolving to do better.
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Join Russ Terry, Amy Stahler, and Asa Leveaux as they salute the many great fathers who have also served in the armed forces.
This show is important as many men are currently around the world in a military capacity without the ability to hold their child(ren)'s hand or look them in their eyes on Father's Day or any other day while they are away.
Share this episode with a father that has served in the military so that he may know just how important his role as a father is to his child, society and the world.
Join us in saluting their responsibiity, courage and love!
Russ Terry is Founder and CEO of the Life Coach Radio Networks. In 2014, he published his first book- My Gratitude Journal - and has two more books on Gratitude due out later in 2015.
Amy Stahler is a Transformational Coach and Holistic Healer. As a result of working with her, in her Life Alchemy Program, individuals learn to live an authentic and untamed life.
Asa Leveaux is Founder and Chief Genius Activator of Genius Academy™ which is the largest and most effective accountability practice in the world. He is releasing his 4th book - I Am Man Enough: 365 Affirmations for Men - on July 4, 2015 in an effort to show men new possibilities.
May 25, 2015...every day on the last Monday in May, U.S. citizens observe MEMORIAL DAY, a holiday which honors all those who have died in military service to our country. Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day began as a wy to commemorate soldiers who died in the Civil War in service to the Union Army. It became Memorial Day after the first World War.
Just how Memorial Day began is not known for certain, but many believe it started in Charleston in 1865 when thousands of freed slaves and Union Officers gathered at a race track to celebrate the Civil War Victory and honor those who gave their lives for the Union Cause.
Government plus others fly the flag...etc.
It truly is the end of an era! Anthony Geary made his final and permanent exit from General Hospital on Monday, July 27 as he had one last conversation w/Sonny then disappeared into the fog for parts unknown. For anyone who has been immersed in the iconic drama it's been a sad moment, though I think tougher for those who worked with Tony for so many years.
Join me tonight with my special guests Jackie Zeman, who played Luke's little sister Bobbie Spencer and Ian Buchanan, who also worked with Tony for so many years. Both were at the finale goodbye party and have lots of insight into Tony's last year on GH.
Despite adversity and limited opportunities, African Americans have played a significant role in US military history over the past 300 years. They were denied military leadership roles and skilled training because many believed they lacked qualifications for combat duty. Before 1940, African Americans were barred from flying for the US military. Civil rights organizations and the black press exerted pressure that resulted in the formation of an all African-American pursuit squadron based in Tuskegee, Alabama, in 1941. They became known as the Tuskegee Airmen.
The military selected Tuskegee Institute to train pilots because of its commitment to aeronautical training. Tuskegee had the facilities, and engineering and technical instructors, and climate for year-round flying. The first Civilian Pilot Training Program students completed their instruction in May 1940. The Tuskegee program was then expanded and became the center for African-American aviation during World War II.
The Tuskegee Airmen overcame segregation and prejudice to become one of the most highly respected fighter groups of World War II. They proved conclusively that African Americans could fly and maintain sophisticated combat aircraft. The Tuskegee Airmen’s achievements, together with the men and women who supported them, paved the way for full integration of the US military.
Nov. 6, 1998, President Clinton approved Public Law 105-355, which established the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site at Moton Field in Tuskegee, Alabama, to commemorate and interpret the heroic actions of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II. The site contains a museum and interpretive programs at Moton Field and a national center.
Salute to the sons of the US Virgin Islands: Henry E. Rohlsen and Herbert Heywood, The Tuskegee in Paradise, and to the newsletter about them of the same name.
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Vogue Podcast (You can download the Vogue podcast on iTunes or at Vogue.com.)
What Makes Me Weird? with Joel Sharpton (http://AlwaysListeningPod.com/makesmeweird or at http://BlogTalkRadio.com/makesmeweird)
Fuel for Warriors (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fuelforwarriors)
Uber ride to Airforce 1
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The shortest month of the year should't limit the expansive contributions of Black people throughout the United States and the Americas. We'll salute the sacrifices, dreams, hopes and opportunities of African Americans from Phyllis Wheatley to Dr. Ralph David Abernathy to Rev. Karla Cooper who represent the best of our race.
Black History IS American History. And today's show pays tribute to why it should matter to ALL people throughout the land.
We welcome poets from any and everywhere to slam their poems honoring fathers. Listeners may share special memories of their farhers on the air or simply listen as we pay tribute to those very special men, biological or not, who nurture and raise children on this open mic epjsode of Poetic Soul Talk Show.
7:30 – Justin McRee - NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series Whynot Motorsports Park Salute to the Navy 40 Winner
7:45 – Richie Stephens - two Week 9 NeSmith/AR Bodies Street Stock wins
8 p.m. – Chris Kratzer - Salina Speedway winner and will race first NeSmith/NCRA Race at 81 Speedway on Saturday
8:15 – Mike Palasini Jr. - Underwood Speedway SCLMS winner in Chatham, LA
8:30 – Calvin Cook - Southern Raceway NeSmith/AR Bodies Street Stock winner
7 p.m. – Dusty Leonard, first time NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series Late Model winner at Salina Speedway in Salina, KS
7:10 p.m. – Mike Combs, NeSmith Weekly Racing Series Late Model winner at Talladega Short Track to tune up for Salute To America Nationals
7:20 p.m. – Sean Goodwin, NeSmith/AR Bodies/Mississippi Street Stock Series $1,000 winner at Flomaton Speedway
JOIN THE SUPER CONCIOUS OUTLET MAY 2ND AS WE SALUTE THE HISTORY OF GREAT BLACK BOXERS.