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  • 02:00

    11-18-15- Dr. Hildy w/T. Matthew Phillips - John F. Kennedy - Nov. 22, 1963

    in Health

    Wednesday, November 18, 2015
    1:00-3:00PM Pacific
    (2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central,4-6pm Eastern)


    We love mysteries. They appeal to some of the most basic aspects of our psyche - problem solving, trial and error, and logic. And while we strive to solve all mysteries known to us, there are some instances where we are not satisfied with the answer, instead digging deeper to try to find what we think to be the truth, unsatisfied until we get confirmation of our beliefs. 


    This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes T. Matthew Phillips, trial attorney, and theorist of the truth behind one of the greatest mysteries of modern times - the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. 
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  • 00:42

    November 22th 1963

    in Politics

    Crowds of excited people lined the streets and waved to the Kennedys. The car turned off Main Street at Dealey Plaza around 12:30 p.m. As it was passing the Texas School Book Depository, gunfire suddenly reverberated in the plaza.
    Bullets struck the president's neck and head and he slumped over toward Mrs. Kennedy. The governor was also hit in the chest.The car sped off to Parkland Memorial Hospital just a few minutes away. But little could be done for the President. A Catholic priest was summoned to administer the last rites, and at 1:00 p.m. John F. Kennedy was pronounced dead JFK Library


    Veteran Journalist Jerry Pippin reviews the events of the that day and the Warrent Report on the assassination of President Kennedy.

  • 01:59

    JFK Assassination - November 22, 1963 at Bethesda Naval Hospital

    in Politics

    The JFK Assassination - A Report with a different set of conclusions on a very familiar subject. 


    The author was stationed at Bethesda Naval Hospital on November 22, 1963.  The author Peter Holiday will comment on his experiences at the hospital on the fateful day.


    We will discuss his report on the assassination which is based upon his studies of terminal ballistics and anatomical forensics. He is degreed in Medical Laboratory Science and is a former U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman who served at Bethesda and with the U.S. Marines in Vietnam.


    Visit http://www.homedefenseschool.com/ for a free copy of Peter Holiday's report.

  • 01:00

    In the Footsteps of Birmingham's Civil Rights History

    in Travel

    Birmingham, Alabama is considered ground zero in the civil rights movement.  In the 1950s, African-Americans of all ages in Birmingham drew a proverbial line in the sand against racial segregation.  Their stories, struggles and ultimate success over Jim Crow laws is on display at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in an effort to keep the stories of this dark chapter in American history alive.


    Across the street from the Civil Rights Institute is the 16th Street Baptist Church where a 1963 bombing that killed four young girls changed the course of history in Birmingham and America.  We will walk through this church that has, today, become a place to unify a community and people from all over the world.


    Downtown Birmingham is the home to the Civil Rights Heritage Trail.  Kelly Ingrham Park, also known as Freedom Park, was the staging area for many of the demonstrations that took place in Birmingham led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and others.  Today, Freedom Parkt is a sculpture garden that honors those who peacefully demonstrated. 


    We will revisit our conversation with jazz legend, the late Frank "Doc" Adams.  He shared his music and life with us when we met him at the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame just weeks before his passing at the age of 86.


    Photos:  Tonya Fitzpatrick.  All rights reserved.

  • 02:05

    WC&P: Peter Schiff @Hillsdale College

    in Education

    Peter David Schiff  (born March 23, 1963) is an American financial analyst, stockbroker, author, and one-time Senate candidate. He has appeared as a guest on numerous financial television shows and has been quoted in major print publications as a financial analyst and economist. He is host of The Peter Schiff Show, an audio show broadcast on terrestrial and Internet radio,[2] and he was formerly host of an Internet podcast called Wall Street Unspun, now archived as podcasts.


    Schiff's supporters state that he correctly warned about collapses in the housing and financial markets that led up to the financial crisis of 2007-08. However, since 2008, Schiff has made a series of discredited predictions of hyperinflation and economic ruin; for example, predicting that the price of gold would rise to $5,000 per ounce by 2015.

  • 02:00

    The Don S. McClure Show Live - The Pursuit of bringing jazz to the air waves

    in Lifestyle

    The Don S. McClure Show Live - The Pursuit of bringing Jazz and building stronger networks


    Tonight’s: Topic The Pursuit of Jazz Our special extended show will take a look at the music of Jazz. Audio Recording by from Billie Taylor so this is jazz and interpretations from those who played and created jazz to those who study the history of jazz from the BBC perspective.  


    I grew up in a home with older brothers who loved the music of jazz, and I became aware of many names like Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Stan Gets, Monk and Dakota Staton, Kenny Burrell and Joe Sample just to name a few and of course Louis Armstrong. But there were many others my older brothers introduced me because they played in a jazz group themselves. My older brother Marvin played in his own Jazz group and made a recording of Fly me to the Moon. My Brother Roland also played Jazz while he created many of his artist drawing and while he entertained many of his friends in our home.  My mother and father loved Louis Armstrong and Sarah Vaugh but my favorite singer was Dakota Staton and Nancy Wilson as I grew up hearing the music of Jazz.


    The audios are part one of The History of Jazz and part two the BBC look at Jazz and Louis Armstrong.


    Research by Renowned American Author Don S. McClure for tonight’s program; Guest Interview: Wes Smooth


    Owner and founder of a new Internet Jazz Station Featuring a candid conversation with owner and CEO, Wes Smooth, of Twin Cities Radio Network


    Featured Song Tracks by Dakota Staton and Keiko Matsui born in Tokyo, Japan as Keiko Doi, she is a Japanese keyboardist and composer, specializing in smooth jazz, jazz fusion and new-age music, and the music of Peter White and Donald Byrd Chant 1963 Born 1932 Detroit Died Feb 4, 2013 passed at the age of 81 

  • 00:28

    Catalina's List #NoFilter -- Leticia & Bobbi introduce "OnBlastDaily!"

    in Politics Progressive

    A new progressive talk show featuring two #badasswomen putting b*tches "OnBlastDaily!" (Bobbi didn't want to write that -- but we gotta go there and she understands that.)


    Here is the mission direct from Eleanor Roosevelt in "Tomorrow is Now" (1963):


    We must know what we think and speak out, even at the risk of unpopularity. In the final analysis, a democratic government represents the sum total of the courage and the integrity of its individuals. It cannot be better than they are. …In the long run there is no more exhilarating experience than to determine one's position, state it bravely and then act boldly.

  • 00:04

    Catalina's List #NoFilter -- Leticia & Bobbi's "OnBlastDaily!"

    in Politics Progressive

    A new progressive talk show featuring two #badasswomen putting b*tches "OnBlastDaily!" (Bobbi didn't want to write that -- but we gotta go there and she understands that.)


    Here is the mission direct from Eleanor Roosevelt in "Tomorrow is Now" (1963):


    We must know what we think and speak out, even at the risk of unpopularity. In the final analysis, a democratic government represents the sum total of the courage and the integrity of its individuals. It cannot be better than they are. …In the long run there is no more exhilarating experience than to determine one's position, state it bravely and then act boldly.

  • 01:06

    Philmchology w/Brenda B: The Haunting (1963)

    in Film

    A Shirley Jackson novel that was produced on film in a particularly frightening manner. Watch the trailer of a movie that was released the year I was born, yet still gives me the heebee jeebees with its well thought out direction and affects, minus the over utilized CGI affects of current horror films.  Here the trailer: The Haunting (1963)


    join us for a spooky look at haunted houses, ghosts, tricks of the eyes, ears, and senses (even when they are extrasensory.  Things that bump in the night aren't always just a sound.  It's a classic thriller to end the month of May!

  • 01:44

    Repentance is the Key: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream

    in Religion

    This upcoming Monday, Jan 18th, is a U.S. National Holiday.  Many will reflect the life and accomplishments  Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. One of the most notable occured on August 28, 1963, when hundreds of thousands descended upon our nation’s capital to make a stand against poverty and racial discrimination.  The “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” is noted as one of the most pivotal points of change in our country’s history.  One of the most notable highlights of the march was a speech delivered by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which later became known as the “I Have a Dream” speech.  In it, Dr. King cast a spot light on the social, racial and financial injustices that had plagued “the negro” since they had been “made free” exactly 100 years ago, to the day, by the Emancipation Proclamation.  More than 50 years after King’s speech, Selma: One Dream Can Change the World hit theaters in 2014.  It’s a historical drama that chronicles Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life during the march from Selma to Montgomery, AL, to secure voting rights for black Americans in the south.  Today, people from different backgrounds and ethnicities no longer sing “We shall overcome…,” but now chant “Black lives matter!”  In light of recent events, this raises the question. Has the dream that so many marched, bled and died for come to fruition?   Is the so-called “negro” really free?  Have things changed for the better or have we squandered the inheritance of our elders and given ourselves over to a new slave master, sin?  Join us, as we search the Holy Bible to interpret Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream.

  • 00:48

    Welcome Psalmist Angela Bennett to the AlfredaLoveShow.Com

    in Spirituality

    AlfredaLoveShow.Com-Emonya_love@yahoo.com


    Angela Bennett is a native Houstonian, born July 19, 1963 to the late Carole AllenSimmons and the late Jack Bennett, Sr. Angela comes from a lineage of singers .Her mother recognized her talent early and by age 9 Angela was singing publiclywith very little coaching.Angela debuted as a solo artist at the age of 12. Angela traveled widely over the USA dedicating her time and talent to bothrecorded and greatly renowned Greater Emmanuel and Southeast Inspirationalchoirs. After 25 years of serving faithfully, and following the untimely death ofher mother, opportunity knocked, a door was opened and Angela joined the theatre singing and acting group of “The Strong”. She traveled for more than a year withthis group. While traveling and singing, opportunity brought her to Chicago, IL. While there Angela sang and recorded as a featured soloist with Ricky Dillard. In 2002, Universal Studios Japan, offered her a contract and the chance of a lifetime, Page 2 Angela Bennett Biographical Sketchto live in Japan and sing the songs of Aretha Franklin from the Movie Upon her return to the United States, Angela came back to her homechurch, Greater Emmanuel, and for three years she donated her time and talent freeof charge to the ministry where her Aunt Myra and Uncle John had now becomePastor.  She was a Praise Team Leader andardent choir member with Kathy Taylor Outley and Pastor Kirby Jon Caldwell.The following is a list of recorded projects with other Gospel Arthists· Carole Allen Simmons · Sara Jordan Powell· Dr. Mattie Moss Clark· Greater Emmanuel COGIC Choir· S.E.I.C(Southeast Inspirational Choir)· Douglas Miller· Gloster Williams & Friends· Willie Stewart & Friends· Ricky Dillard· Ray Charles