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Do you know the dates of the Korean War or why we fought there? Retired Marine, Lt. Col. Larken Spivey, a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War who served President Nixon in the White house, joins us today to answer those questions and share stories of the Korean War with us.
He will talk about some of the ways he believes God has blessed America as he gives us a brief history of the the war. Expect to wipe a tear as we enjoy several inspiring stories from Lt. Col Spivey.
We remember the heroes of our World Wars and Vietnam, let's not forget the brave men and women who served in Korea.
We are a group of disabled Veterans who are active advocates for the rights of veterans who have served in the United States Military and their families. We advocate for the rights of veterans. We talk to the the politicians who want to talk to us and we promote Americanism.
Mondays Hosts: Jonathan Bibbins, Michael Fortune And Dr Jorge Anderson
Topic: Open Forum
Tuesdays Hosts: Stephanie Ruscigno
Topic Miltary Sexual Trauma
Wednesday Hotess: Marilyn Wyche
Topic VA Benefits
Thursday Host George Cash/ Michael Fortune
Friday Host: Marilyn Wyche/Joyce Trumpet/Stephanie Ruscigno/George Cash/Dr Jorge Anderson
Topic Korean War/ Atomic Veterans
Donald J. Farinacci is a US Army Vietnam-era Veteran. After his military service (1966-1969), he became an attorney. Donald J. Farinacci is the author of When One Stood Alone, Last Full Measure of Devotion: A Tribute to America's Heroes of the Vietnam War and, his upcoming book Truman and MacArthur: Adversaries for a Common Cause.According to the description of Truman and MacArthur: Adversaries for a Common Cause, “The author's purpose in writing this book was to tell a story of events which occurred during a brief but momentous period in American history, involving two extraordinary men, President Harry S. Truman and General of the Army, Douglas MacArthur. The story tells of their interaction during a time of grave national crisis, how they veered badly off course and ultimately collided head-on. It was a collision which both altered the course of history and irreparably changed their personal destinies.
What is related here is first and foremost a human story, but one that plays out against the panorama of the Korean War—a nasty, brutish and fearsome slice of hell where what was at stake was nothing less than the determination of whether the Communist Sino-Soviet alliance would gain dominion by force over large regions of the continent of Asia or be contained and held in check by a coalition of United Nations Forces led by the United States. As the drama unfolded during a critical period of approximately ten months in 1950 and 1951, the all-pervasive tension holding the principal players in its grip was the ever-present threat of nuclear war looming over all of humankind.
Ronnel Corre will talk about the consequence and the destruction of the Korean War. Ronnel will specifically talk about the Korean babies who were left in a struggle of finding new homes. These babies were struggling due to the lost of immediate family members or due to the struggling and collapsing economy of Korea immediate after the war. Forcing some families to let go of their babies, due to a lack of money. Learn the struggles that these newly adopted Korean babies faced by their newly adopted families who were mostly white who did not know much of their culture, history, customs, etc. These newly adopted Koreans faced a lot of struggles and identity confusion.
We ran this as a best of back in December, but with yesterday being the 60th anniversary of the Korean War armistice, there is no question this is the right episode.
Also, with the last year's announcement of the naming of DDG-116 after Medal of Honor recipient CAPT Thomas Hudner, USN (Ret) - it is an easy decision on today's show.
A replay of our Navy Air Korean War episode with CAPT Hudner in the first half hour, and then author David Sears to discuss his book Men Such as These: The Story of the Navy Pilots Who Flew the Deadly Skys Over Korea.
ONIGHT ATTORNEY ALTON MADDOX WILL TALK CRITICAL THINKING FOR 2015 AND BEYOND. ATTORNEYMADDOX HAS BEEN ILLEGALLY BARRED FROM PRACTICING LAW FOR 24 YEARS AND WE CAN NOT ALLOW IT ANY LONGER.
O Holy Night? Well, it should be . . . except Jim Williams and “Frat House Mike” McShane are breaking down, analyzing, crying, whining, and screaming about this past week’s developments with the Philadelphia Eagles on the latest edition of Inside the WarNest.
Three weeks ago, the Eagles had a 90+% chance of making the playoffs. Today? They’re making vacation plans! How in the world did this happen . . . and HOW did they possibly lose to the Washington Redskins? It really didn’t appear to be a bad game plan; so did penalties and two missed field goals seal their fate?
Chip Kelly says the Birds have to go win a tenth game against the New York Giants this week, but does it really matter? Who cares?
Well David Aitken, Giants staff writer for TheGiantsBeat.com, DOES and he joins the program to talk about this week’s G-Men – Eagles match-up; the team’s three game winning streak; the future of Tom Coughlin; and more
Pour yourself another eggnog and share an hour of Christmas Eve with Jim and Mike. Get into the fray. Commiserate and rant along with them . . . AND give them a call at 347 – 826 – 9964!
Jean Barto, host for Custer's Luck, continues to outline George Armstrong Custer's formative years at home, at West Point, and as an up-and-coming cavalry officer with the Army of the Potomac.
On this final episode of DECEMBER WEEK #1 IN REVIEW, we wind it all up with that weeks updates on MAGOG RUSSIA, UKRAINE, NATO, EU and US actions leading to WORLD WAR 3, as well as, KINGS OF THE EAST UPDATES of CHINA, NORTH KOREA, ASEAN MEMBERS, JAPAN, and other Asian News Updates. Also be watching for our CHRISTMAS SPECIAL EPISODE ON CHRISTMAS NIGHT!!... SO STAY TUNED! STAY INFORMED! GET IN THE KNOW! AND ENJOY THE SHOW!...
Christmas Eve Holy Communion Special
Tonight we will gather together to give honor and glory to our King Jesus in Holy Communion and simply enjoy a little peaceful time together. This will not be the usual program and will probably only last for 1-2 hours.
God Bless You - See you there!