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"I think the jury made the right decision based in the evidence presented, because the prosecution inadvertently set the standard so high that the jury had to be convinced that it was a deliberate act by Zimmerman and that he was not defending himself and so forth. It's not a moral question, it was a legal question and the American law requires that the jury listens to the evidence presented." Jimmy Carter Atlanta, GA
Ismael Reed poet, essayist, playwright,professor and novelist was racially profiled at the Walgreens on Shattuck Av in Berkley,CA on Wednesday while buying bottle water. Write or call to file a Complaint: rom walgreens website: Walgreens 2190 SHATTUCK AVE Berkeley CA 94704 510-849-4691 Store #: 15025
The Braves returned to Atlanta, and on April 8, 1974, a crowd of 53,775 people showed up for the game—a Braves attendance record. The game was also broadcast nationally on NBC. In the fourth inning, Aaron hit home run number 715 off Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Al Downing. Although Dodgers outfielder Bill Buckner nearly went over the outfield wall trying to catch it, the ball landed in the Braves' bullpen, where relief pitcher Tom House caught it.Wikimedia
A full auditorium at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library at the University of Texas at Austin welcomed the 39th President of the United States Jimmy Carter Tuesday evening.Carter was the first of four presidents to speak at the Civil Rights Summit, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The landmark piece of legislation outlawed discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion or gender.KUVE
Major General Harold Greene, War in Middle East, $33 Billion in African Aid, Doctors Hate ObamaCare, Microchip for You, Detention of Americans, Aministy for Christians in France, Socialism vs Capitalism, Right to Farm, Allen West, Jihad in Sweden, Ebola Bomb, Islam's War on Women, News Busted, Jimmy Carter loves Hamas, Obama Funds ISIS, Post Office Bankrupted, Teacher Sex, Al Sharpton Tax Debt, Houston Lesbian Mayor
POLITICAL ANIMALS--Bastille Day General & President Charles De Gaulle--
Presidents--Gerald Ford--adopted--original name "KING"
jIMMY Carter nominated for President by Democratic Party
Conductor Lorin Maazel--New York Philharmonic trip to North Korea---Music used as political diplomacy--
Maazel was born in France(American Parents) Russian Jewish ethnics--Maazel was a musical child progidy who played the violin and conducted the NBC Symphony Orchestra as a child--As the Conductor of a German Orchestra--He wore a soccer jersey to celebrate their soccer team victory in 2013--Maazel died July 13th 2014
Audio excerpt interview Music Archives
Origion of the Guillotine
Audio Archives--the French National Anthem as it should be played accorded to Conductor Pierre Monteux
July 14th Births Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)--Dr. Robert Goddard--before Werner Von Braun--Goddard invented the first liquid fuel propeled rocket in 1916
Shane Krauser takes on numerous issues involving freedom, the Constitution, and small government, including:
1. Elections are important, but what does it mean to be a small-government conservative anyways?
2. Is the Department of Education constitutional? President Reagan fought against it, while President Carter embraced it. Who is right? What does the Constitution say and why does it matter? Congressman Jim Bridenstine (OK) speaks out, and his message must be heard.
3. President Barack Obama is talking about appointing a federal police czar in light of the events in Ferguson, Missouri. What are the implications and what does the Constitution say?
4. One Texas School District (Argyle) has decided to arm its teachers. Good idea or bad idea?
5. Chicago's crime rate has dropped since they began issuing concealed weapon permits? Listen in to hear this great discussion revolving around common sense.
2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the end of the Cold War. Millions of men and women across the globe contributed to the end of the great East-West conflict of the 20th century, including a handful of national security specialists who helped shape policy and events. Some are well known, like Henry Kissinger, McGeorge Bundy, and Brent Schofield. Others however, served in relative obscurity, contributing their intellect and lives into making sure that the Cold War never turned "hot." One of these was Robert Komer, a World War II-era U.S. Army intelligence officer, who was one of the earliest employees of the new Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) when it was created in 1947. Working as an analyst, Komer would have a remarkable career that would span decades and have him serving presidents from Harry S. Truman, to Jimmy Carter. His work covered everything from strengthening U.S. forces and NATO, to helping run counterinsurgency programs in Vietnam. And through this wide variety of assignments and challenges, Komer acquired a nickname for his high-energy, and sometimes fiery style of work: Blowtorch.
To learn more about Robert "Blowtorch" Komer, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is U.S. Naval Institute Press (USNIBooks) writer Frank Leith Jones, the author of BLOWTORCH. BLOWTORCH is a compelling biography of Robert Komer, and his amazing professional journey through the Cold War from the 1940s through to the Carter administration. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer questions and opinions on the book and Mr. Komer, as we remember the sometimes dark days of the Cold War.
let all you truckers out there come join us and talk the real talk not just words real trucking, not some drone who knows little
or nothing about our indsutry, and we should salute our great preident jimmy carter for puuting our industru in chaos,chaos
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Encore Presentation of GrindHard Radio Featuring Sundy Carter from BasketBall Wives LA which originally aired on August 12th, 2014.
August 28 - Saxophonist/Educator/Composer - Kenyon Carter
Highly respected by his contemporaries, Georgian born Kenyon Carter, is frequently invited to collaborate on stage and in the studio with some of the biggest names in the music business. He expresses his creative and soulful style through a beautiful and sultry sound. Although unique and entirely unmistakeable, he has been compared to contemporary smooth jazz favorites like Boney James, Dave Koz, Kirk Whalum and Gerald Albright.
Coming off the heels of his highly acclaimed freshman CD, Right By My Side, Kenyon has moved on to produce yet another heartfelt creation. His newly released, Songs for My Father, exhibits Carter's seemingly effortless ability of blending gospel with Jazz, with an intensely powerful result.
Join me as Kenyon and I discuss the motivation behind his latest project.
August 30, 2014. Joi us for another great conversation with Dorothy Wright Tillman on the Talk of Chicago WVON 1690 am. Call 773-591-1690 to speak witht he host.
An active Unitarian Universalist minister, an anti-racism trainer who received presidential recognition and an expert on investigating evidence of ET encounters in multiple sacred texts, Rev. Michael J.S. Carter, M.Div., will share a unique perspectie on the impacts and influence of racism in our world and beyond.
A frequent guest on The History Channel's Ancient Aliens program and recently featured on Coast to Coast AM and George Noory's Beyond Belief Gaiam TV program, Rev. Carter is the author of Alien Scriptures: Extraterrestrials in the Holy Bible. He has investigated evidence of ET encounters in multiple sacred texts, has appeared on many radio and television programs worldwide, and has written articles on UFOs and Religion for publications such as UFO Magazine, Alien Encounters and the MUFON UFO Journal.
A long-time UFO experiencer himself, Rev. Carter lectures extensively on the topic of UFOs and Religion. He has also appeared on Steven Spielberg's production of Abduction Diaries, the Real 4400. Whitley Strieber, the author of the popular book Communion, described Rev. Carter's book as "the best book ever written on the subject".
Rev. Carter's web site: MichaelJSCarter.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.