• 01:01

    MURDER INC.-Christian Cippolini

    in Entertainment

    Nothing like it before. Nothing like it since. Murder Inc. was the most unusual, brutal and extensive collection of characters the American underworld had ever produced.  Culled primarily from Brooklyn's Brownsville and Ocean Hill sections, these official on-call killers of New York's larger crime Syndicate were a unified force of Jewish and Italian gangsters that treated murder as an art form for an entire decade. 
    They were called mobsters, thugs, hoods and racketeers, but at the very core... they were assassins.  When gangland kingpins, such as Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, Charles "Lucky" Luciano and Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, needed a contract fulfilled - the "Combination" boys would eagerly take to task the enforcement duties, which included methods ranging from gunfire to fire axes, incineration to icepicks.
    These are the mysteries, the sordid stories, the character profiles, alluring and lesser known tales of the Mob's Most Deadly Hit Squad.  Meet the killers, the victims, the bosses, the lovers, the deceivers and the gangbusters that made up a nationally-reaching ensemble cast rivaling anything organized crime or law enforcement had ever imagined to that point in time.  Discover the nuances, the attitudes, the motivations, the ambitions and, thanks to little honor among thieves, the scathing revelations that lead to an inevitable downfall. MURDER INC.-Mysteries of the Mob's Most Deadly Hit Squad-Christian Cippolini


     

     

     

     

  • 01:00

    True Murder-Episode 5-Trophy Kill-The Shall We Dance Murder

    in Entertainment

    July 1st, 2003 and the Miramax movie Shall We Dance starring Jennifer Lopez, Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon was being filmed in Winnipeg. Police were called when Susan Sarandon reported her gold necklace and other jewelry stolen from the movie set.
    On July 2nd, Sydney Teerhuis calmly walked into a police station to report waking from a drunken blackout to find a man he had met the day before-dead in the bathtub.
    Police escorted Teerhuis to his rented hotel room and in the bathtub they found the victim decapitated, the body sawn in half. He had been chopped into 8 separate pieces.
    He was posed crudely reassembled-A few feet away from the horror spectacle police found Susan Sarandon’s stolen gold necklace.
    Through a fateful turn of events, Dan Zupansky, an ambitious journalist manages to develop a unique working relationship with Sidney, and through correspondence, letters and phone calls, eventually is given crucial documentary and physical evidence pertaining to the murder trial. He becomes the star witness for the prosecution, testifying against the killer, trying desperately to ensure he spends the rest of his life in prison.
    Through his investigation Dan discovers the incredible role Susan Sarndon's stolen jewelry really had in the shocking motive behind the murder-horror spectacle and he will talk publicly about that for the very first time. You will hear some of the killer's actual revelations-as heard at trial. A very strong warning-Not for the faint of heart.
    The definitive discussion about the most shocking book you'll ever dare to read. Trophy Kill-The Shall We Dance Murder-The Trial and Revelations of a Psychopathic Killer

  • 01:47

    Shall we be slaves or shall we be free?

    in Politics Conservative

     


     


     


    America was the most unique experiement in human history, a society founded on the ideal that all all men have certain rights that no man , or government , has the right to to interfere with. Is this experiment over? Have we given away our god given gifts? Is there still time to take back what our forefathers fought so hard to give us?    


    Is the fight for liberty over? We will discuss this and much more tonight on the conservative watchtower.                                                                      


     


     


     


     

  • 00:12

    Shall We Overcome?!?!

    in Lifestyle

    Join the Joy Doctor tonight at 8pm (CST) as he expounds on this heartfelt episode - "Shall We Overcome?!? The “Joy Doctor” asks this resounding question - The lyrics to the song states, "We Shall Overcome - Someday!"  When is our Someday?  My "Someday" is now! What did our ancestors risk their lives for?  Voting Rights - that we don't even utilize!?!  -  Open doors - that are not even accessed?!? Why is it so complicated? These are heart to heart talks that concern health, life, family, and friends. These statements echo across boundaries in regards to race, creed and religion throughout America. Tune in to " Shall We Overcome" and share by dialing 347-843-4945, where you can Listen, Laugh, and Learn!


    www.joydr.blogspot.com


    @thejoydr

  • 00:30

    SCI Encouragement Group--We Shall Overcome

    in Podcasting

    In todays edition of the Encouragement Group, host David Gerber pays homage to Martin Luther King Day by linking the negro sprititual song "We Shall Overcome" to the message of recovery, and the power of the concept of "We". Listen in as miracles will be shared.

  • 01:30

    WHEN SHALL WE OVERCOME?

    in Radio

    WHEN WE STOP CONFIRMING TO A WORLD THAT GOD HATES WHEN WE STOP BOWING DOWN TO EVERYTHING EXCEPT GOD.

  • 02:32

    Fifty years after the Civil Rights Era "The Church" We Shall Overcome

    in Current Events

    WE SHALL OVERCOME


    http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/civilrights/al1.htm


    The Selma-to-Montgomery March for voting rights ended three weeks--and three events--that represented the political and emotional peak of the modern civil rights movement. On "Bloody Sunday," March 7, 1965, some 600 civil rights marchers headed east out of Selma on U.S. Route 80. They got only as far as the Edmund Pettus Bridge six blocks away, where state and local lawmen attacked them with billy clubs and tear gas and drove them back into Selma. Two days later on March 9, Martin Luther King, Jr., led a "symbolic" march to the bridge. Then civil rights leaders sought court protection for a third, full-scale march from Selma to the state capitol in Montgomery.Federal District Court Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr., weighed the right of mobility against the right to march and ruled in favor of the demonstrators. "The law is clear that the right to petition one's government for the redress of grievances may be exercised in large groups...," said Judge Johnson, "and these rights may be exercised by marching, even along public highways." On Sunday, March 21, about 3,200 marchers set out for Montgomery, walking 12 miles a day and sleeping in fields. By the time they reached the capitol on Thursday, March 25, they were 25,000-strong. Less than five months after the last of the three marches, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965--the best possible redress of grievances.  


     


     

  • 01:16

    THE MURDER OF MAGGIE HUME-Victoria Hester and Blaine Pardoe

    in Entertainment

    On August 16, 1982, an unidentified attacker brutalized and strangled Maggie Hume at her apartment in Battle Creek, Michigan. The daughter of a beloved local football coach, her seemingly senseless murder sparked intense scrutiny that lingers today. Award-winning author Blaine Pardoe and his daughter, Victoria Hester, crack open three decades of material on this mysterious tragedy, exposing dark secrets and political in-fighting that tore at the Battle Creek legal system for years. Compiled from documents, videos and interviews, this book presents the facts and clues of the case to the public for the first time. THE MURDER OF MAGGIE HUME-Cold Case in Battle Creek-Victoria Hester and Blaine Pardoe


     
     


  • 00:30

    Bedoop, Just Dance... With Me! :)

    in Lifestyle

    It is time, once again, for us all to dance. Let's join together today to dance to all sorts of music genres. From R&B to rap, to recent classics and to... is that country?

  • 00:58

    Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall With Scott Stamper

    in Current Events

    It's the show that's a "Whole Lotta Country, And A Little Bit Rock-N-Roll".  Every Thursday, Scott Stamper shows up at your house just in time for dinner hour to provide you with the best country, pop, rock, soul, and RNB that you can handle.  Sometimes you'll slow dance, sometimes you'll boogie, but you'll always want to move the coffee table and roll back the rug!  It's Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall, and it's open for business every Thursday night at 700PM, right here on RTME Entertainment Network.  

  • 02:01

    The Racial Politics of Music and Dance in North American Slavery

    in History

    Dr. Katrina D. Thompson will discuss the origins of American entertainment from her book Ring Shout, Wheel About: The Racial Politics of Music and Dance in North American Slavery.

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