• 01:55

    Keep Christ in Christmas - Keep Christ in the U.S.A.

    in Politics

    What does America look like without Christ?


    “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people He has chosen as His own inheritance.” Psalm 33:12


    United States Congressional Endorsement of the Bible and God


    Congress printed a Bible for America and said:


    “The United States in Congress assembled … recommend this edition of the Bible to the inhabitants of the United States … a neat edition of the Holy Scriptures for the use of schools.”  United States Congress 1782


    Congress passed resolution:  “The Congress of the United States recommends and approves the Holy Bible for use in all schools.”  United States Congress 1782


    By Law the United States Congress adds to US coinage:  “In God We Trust” - United States Congress 1864



    “It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor.”  George Washington
    “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable.” George Washington
    Oh, eternal and everlasting God, direct my thoughts, words and work. Wash away my sins in the immaculate blood of the Lamb and purge my heart by Thy Holy Spirit. Daily, frame me more and more in the likeness of Thy son, Jesus Christ, that living in Thy fear, and dying in Thy favor, I may in thy appointed time obtain the resurrection of the justified unto eternal life. Bless, O Lord, the whole race of mankind and let the world be filled with the knowledge of Thee and Thy son, Jesus Christ.  George Washington, Prayer
    It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible   George Washington

  • 00:18

    ReMax of Boulder Radio - Boulder History Museum's Chief Niwot Exhibit

    in Fitness

    Carol Taylor of the Boulder History Museum joins Duane Duggan to discuss the Chief Niwot exhibit.  To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the tragic massacre at Sand Creek, Colorado, the Boulder History Museum is re-introducing the award-winning exhibition, Chief Niwot~Legend & Legacy, with new content and artifacts previously not on display.


    Chief Niwot struggled to find peace during the most fateful years in Southern Arapaho history. His life and legacy are revealed in this exhibit along with the Arapahos’ place in Boulder’s history.


    The Boulder History Museum is excited to present the powerful story Chief Niwot, one of the most notable Indians of the plains, a man about whom legends were made. Niwot’s story is one of honor and deceit, hope and despair. When hoards of white men began migrating to the central plains in the mid-nineteenth century, they moved into the land that was home to the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians. In 1858, the Arapaho Chief Niwot (translated in English as Left Hand) astonished the early gold-seekers in Colorado by greeting them in their own language. He and his tribe hoped to make peace with the newcomers to allow the two cultures to share the same land and coexist peacefully. Niwot devoted his life to this struggle but his efforts ultimately failed. He was mortally wounded at the Sand Creek Massacre in 1864. This exhibit is the first to reveal the story of Chief Niwot and the complexity his struggle to find peace during the most fateful years in the history of the Southern Arapaho Indians.


    and between friends. Our community will be strengthened by exploring a pivotal piece of regional history in its rightful context.

  • 01:50

    Goins Book, Author Cynthia Goins Hoelescher

    in Social Networking

    Cynthia Goins Hoelescher, an author, historian and descendant of the Murchison/Goins family. Cyndie will share details of her familial ties and her upcoming chapter of the Goins Book. Her lines are from Pocket Creek, North Carolina. These include Daniel Goins (1824-1907) who married Margaret Goins (1839-1891) and descendents. Rebecca Goins (1829-1921) who married Benjamin Goins. Margaret Goins was the daughter of William and Kissiah Sinclair Goins whose lines left Moore County after the Civil War. William and Kissiah died in Indiana, but their children may be found in Kentucky, Missouri and one child took the Oregon Trail and settled in Pitt, Oregon. Daniel and Rebecca Goins are children of Leah Goins (1790-1864). Leah had at least one other son, John Goins who immigrated to Texas in the 1850's shortly before Leah's brother, William Goyens, Jr died in Nacogdoches, Texas. Also from Pocket Creek, Moore County, NC are the Rosewood Massacre ancestor Goinses, Ed, Martin and Lucien Goins who learned turpentine distillery from the Murchison plantation owners (thought to be the White contributors to these illegitimate children of Leah Goins). Leah and her daughter Rebecca Goins were labeled as Croatan Indians in vital records of Moore County, NC and their descendents have been elected Lumbee council members.


    For more information about these families, please visit Cyndie's blog here http://cghoelscher.backintyme.biz/


    Visit Backintyme.biz to order a copy of Carolina Genesis, Beyond The Color Line where Cyndie writes about the Goins family or many other wonderful titles and further reading suggestions at our book store. www.backintyme.biz

  • 00:31

    Why are Decendents of Slavery so call Negro Celebrating 4 of July 2014

    in Radio

    Welcome to another powerful. show, am your host Blackisrael96 tonight on this so call 4 of  july, we will be talking about why or is it right for so call negro and other decendents of slavery ,north america indian and others, to be celebrating this DAY. The question should be, what was blacks men and women and kids  doing? on 1776-1864  and 1667 ?blackisrael will tell you tonight.To listen in call 347237-4048  live or listen online. What was GOD chosen people doing on that? who GOD chosen SO CALL NEGRO in America!

  • 00:33

    Yearning For A Sense of Belonging, History and Unity with David Wellington

    in History

    Part 2


    David Wellington will share his twenty-eight years of research of discovering  his roots from slavery to freedom and how this discovery has brought about a Sense of Healing, Love of Family, Education, Liberation, and Unity.


    David Wellington is working with the Prince George's Afro-American Historical and Genealogy Society to celebrate the emancipation of Maryland slaves scheduled for November 1, 2014. He has been a docent for the Mary Surratt House Museum for a year. He also spoke at the first celebration of the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC in 1998 and lectures about his USCT Civil War Great Grandfather Pvt. Frank Worthington.


    Frank Worthington was born a slave in 1842 on a plantation in Pitt County, North Carolina.  He was owned by Isaac Worthington.  Frank escaped from slavery and on December 13, 1864, he joined the United States Colored Troops of the Union Army in New Bern, North Carolina.  Private Worthington served honorably through the remainder of the War in Companies B & E of the 14th Regiment United States Heavy Artillery. 

  • 00:31

    Yearning For A Sense of Belonging, History and Healing with David Wellington

    in History

    Part I


    David Wellington will share his twenty-eight years of research of discovering  his roots from slavery to freedom and how this discovery has brought about a Sense of Healing, Love of Family, Education, Liberation, and Unity.


    David Wellington is working with the Prince George's Afro-American Historical and Genealogy Society to celebrate the emancipation of Maryland slaves scheduled for November 1, 2014. He has been a docent for the Mary Surratt House Museum for a year. He also spoke at the first celebration of the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC in 1998 and lectures about his USCT Civil War Great Grandfather Pvt. Frank Worthington.


    Frank Worthington was born a slave in 1842 on a plantation in Pitt County, North Carolina.  He was owned by Isaac Worthington.  Frank escaped from slavery and on December 13, 1864, he joined the United States Colored Troops of the Union Army in New Bern, North Carolina.  Private Worthington served honorably through the remainder of the War in Companies B & E of the 14th Regiment United States Heavy Artillery. 

  • 00:15

    StoryTales Presents Maximillian's Gold

    in History

    Join us at the Campfire for the old tales of Maximillian's Gold. Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph (1832-1867) was crowned Emperor of Mexico on 10 June 1864. How this younger brother of Francis Joseph I of Austria came to be in Mexico and his lost fortune linked by legend to Denton, Texas is a story of political circumstance, schemes, lies, and human greed.

    While the United States was busy with its Civil War and the Monroe Doctrine was merely paper, a group of conservative Mexicans and the French Emperor Napoleon III contrived to put Maximilian on the Mexican throne. 

  • 00:15

    Maximillian's Gold

    in History

    Join us at the Campfire for the old tales of Maximillian's Gold. Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph (1832-1867) was crowned Emperor of Mexico on 10 June 1864. How this younger brother of Francis Joseph I of Austria came to be in Mexico and his lost fortune linked by legend to Denton, Texas is a story of political circumstance, schemes, lies, and human greed.

    While the United States was busy with its Civil War and the Monroe Doctrine was merely paper, a group of conservative Mexicans and the French Emperor Napoleon III contrived to put Maximilian on the Mexican throne. 

  • 02:23

    MEMORANDUM OF LAW: 13TH AMENDMENT WITH 20 SECTIONS W/ Bro. Taj Tarik Bey

    in News

    IN FOLLOW-UP TO TUESDAY'S SHOW....  
    TUNE INTO TO CIVIL ALERT RISING 360
    Taj Tarik Bey, will be present to address:



    The 13th Amendment and it's 20 sections.
    The 14th Amendment.
    Postive Law/Negative Law
    The Black Codes.  Are they still on the books.
    Why status matters.
    Connotative Linguistics
    Geography Basics


    Have your pen and paper ready


    13th Amendement SECTION 12 – The traffic in Slaves with Africa is hereby forever prohibited on pain of death and the forfeiture of all the rights and property of persons engaged therein; and the descendants of Africans shall not be citizens.


    Links:
    Saturday April 9, 1864  Pg 1489
    http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llcg&fileName=065/llcg065.db&recNum=514


    Pg 1490
    http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llcg&fileName=065/llcg065.db&recNum=515


    Pg 1491
    http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llcg&fileName=065/llcg065.db&recNum=516


    Pg 1492
    http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llcg&fileName=065/llcg065.db&recNum=517


    You'll see  that the 20 sections were approved by the Senate yet the records which display when the extraction of the 18 sections were decided upon has not been found.


    If you find the records please email news@civilalertradio.com. From looking at this the question is "Are "Blacks" Really Citizens?" Does this explain the constant need for the renewal of the Voting Rights Act? 80% melanated prisoners? racial profiling?


    This show is a must for everyone that's working on CONNECTING the dots.


    Civil Alert Radio Rising 360
    Informative, Engaging & 3rd Eye Opening.
    858.357.8450 (Option 1 to ask or Speak)

  • 01:02

    The Real Madness of March - Guest Dave Zirin

    in Sports

    POPSspot Sports Radio explores the Real Madness behind the NCAA and much more with Dave Zirin who writes about the politics of sports for the Nation Magazine, their first sports writer in 150 years of existence. Winner of Sport in Society and Northeastern University School of Journalism's 'Excellence in Sports Journalism' Award, Zirin is also the host of Sirius XM Radio’s popular weekly show, Edge of Sports Radio. He has been called “the best sportswriter in the United States,” by Robert Lipsyte, and has been named one of UTNE Reader's 50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Our World." 


     Game Over: How Politics Has Turned the Sports World Upside Down is his latest of six books, Race, Power, and Politics in American Sports is his latest documentary, and he can be found as a regular television guest.


     

  • 00:31

    The legendary ragtime pioneer John William Boone

    in Politics Conservative

     


    October 4, 1927 - John William “Blind” Boone, pianist and ragtime music composer, died. Boone was born May 17, 1864 near Miami, Missouri. When he was six months old, doctors removed his eyes in an attempt to cure his brain fever. Boone’s musical talents were recognized early and in 1872 he was sent to the St. Louis School for the Blind to study piano. In 1880, his professional career was launched after he played in a concert with the famous pianist, Blind Tom. After that, Boone played thousands of concerts in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. During his lifetime, Boone was a committed philanthropist who supported local causes and opened his home to the community. He donated generously to several churches and gave his time and talent to local youth. Boone’s home in Columbia, Missouri is listed on the National Registry of Historical Places. The John William Boone Heritage Foundation was founded to preserve the history of Blind Boone and Blind Boone Park in Warrensburg, Missouri is named in his honor. His biography, “Blind Boone: Missouri’s Ragtime Pioneer,” was published in 1998.

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