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Happy Inspirational Monday to you! The Erica Q. Cooper Talk Show's topic is Memories from Independence Day. This show will allow callers to call in or chat about their memories of Independence Day. Listeners can call in at 1-323-870-4011 and listen in by phone, if they do not have access to listen via blog talk radio online.
Today the Inspiration by Loretta Show with host Loretta M. Green-Warren welcome special guest, Husband, Father and U.S. Army Captain, Mr. Bobby E. Singleton. Mr. Singleton is a graduate of Benedict College and has dedicated 16 years thus far to serving his country.
This edition of the Inspiration by Loretta Show is in honor of Independence Day. I will be discussing with Mr. Singleton "Honor in Service".Bobby like many others is a true man of Valor. His service to this country is greatly appreciated. Find out what is in the mind and in the heart of this great contributor to our freedom.
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in just a few days, it will be the 4th of July. Scenes of picnics, parades and fireworks will be everywhere. This is how we celebrate the holiday. It is the day we set apart from all others, to honor the anniversary of the birth of our nation. It is the day America declared our Independence. What is the meaning of Independence Day?
Do we ever reflect on the hardship and terror that the early Americans must have lived through day after day? Do we truly understand the hopes and dreams that lay secretly hidden away in the hearts of the people back then?
On July 4th, 1776, America started an insurrection against the king. Thirteen years before, back in 1763, England instituted a series of taxes and policies that not only hindered trade and economic growth in the colonies, but without representation in Parliament, also violated their rights as English subjects.
It took the early Americans 9 years to understand the futility of appealing to England, all the while enduring the heavy hand of the king. Committees were formed in 1772, exploring options for a Congress of our own. Our first Continental Congress convened in 1774. The following year, 1775, our Congress was declared traitorous and British troops, sent to quell the uprising met resistance from the colonial militia and the Revolutionary War began.
Friday, July 4th, 2014
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Thought of the Day: John Adams
Opening Music: Star Spangled Banner by Madison Rising
Morning Devotion: "Work and Rest". This one is perfect for the long holiday weekend.
This Day In History
Patriotic Music: Pledge of Allegiance by John Wayne and Ragged Old Flag by Johnny Cash
Independence Day Facts and Trivia
American Folklore: Independence Day Edition 1 - The Fourth of July
Patriotic Music: Peacetime Freedom Fighter by Kalai
American Folklore: Independence Day Edition 2: George Washington's Prayer at Valley Forge
American Folklore: Independence Day Edition 3: "Death in the Open Air" featuring Davvy Crocket at The Alamo.
Lessons In Leadership: Founders and Human Nature Series - Rousseau, Frankenstein, and Us - The Romantic View of Human Nature
Patriotic Music: "American Noise" by Skillet
American Folklore: Independence Day Edition 4: The meaning behind Don McLean's "American Pie".
Brandon's Memories: Golfing with Dad and Dan
Closing Prayer: For Independence Day
Closing Music: God Bless the USA by Lee Greenwood
Today is the 8th day of Ramadan (9th day for some) where Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset.
Join our discussion today at 1:00 p.m (EST). Sunday July 6, 2014 on The importance of Ramadan.
At 1:30 we'll be joined with Special Guest Sister Khadijah Siddeeq Mohammed, the widow of the late-Imam W. Deen Mohammed in conversation on the topic: Al-Islam and Independence Day.
Lastly we'll discuss addressing the culture of violence that continues to invade our communities.
Tune in and tell a friend. Streaming live on the internet.
Today, we are going to celebrate the 2013 Independence Day weekend. We will tell stories and history of the United States(USA). We will also play liberty, patriot, and popular music. We shall also cover the latest red hot topics from Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, Missouri, the rest of the USA, and internationally.
It's July 4, 2013 a day we commeorate the Adoption of the Declaration of Independence. We will revisit this day in history, discuss the Declaration itself and where it stands today in the American culture. You'll definitely want to tune in if you're not watching fireworks!July 4, 1776 Our Independence Day in the U.S.A.
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