• 02:04

    Episode 1963 - Having a Sound Mind - Pastor Frank Marzullo

    in Spirituality

    Episode 1963 - Having a Sound Mind - Pastor Frank Marzullo


     

  • JFK Assassination Conspiracy

    in Paranormal

    John Fitzgerald Kennedy, commonly known as Jack Kennedy or by his initials JFK, was an American politician who served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963. 


    Tonight Voices From The Dark discuss John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories.

  • 00:20

    JFK/1963 Revisited

    in Radio

    With new revelations coming out about JFK, what about events that were affecting the U.S. and the world in 1963. We'll look at real events of the year, not just gossip.

  • 00:47

    Lenny Williams Live

    in Music

     As with many of secular music's greatest singers they often have a deeply religious background. Usually it's the disco divas that are born in the church musically, every now and then a male artist
    will emerge from the church to have a profound impact on secular music, Leonard Charles Williams is one of those.
        Born in Little Rock Arkansas on February 6th, 1945 he escaped the racially charged south at the age of one to be brought up in the diverse Oakland, California area. Lenny's uncle was Bishop
    Charles Harrison Mason, founder of the Church of God in Christ (America's leading black Pentecostal church), so naturally church was an important part of his life from the beginning. In fact Williams
    studied to become a minister while also singing in the church choir.
        Upon graduation from high school Lenny took on a series of odd jobs while at the same time discovering the wonderful world of secular music, particularly the emerging Motown sound. Between
    1963 and 1968 he worked his odd jobs and honed his singing talent by entering a series of local talent contests, often winning them. In 1968 local Berkley record company Fantasy Records offered him
    a contract. Fantasy was on the cusp of success with Creedence Clearwater Revival and Lenny's singles, "Lisa's Gone" and "Feelin' Blue," did not have the benefit of proper promotion and only
    achieved marginal regional success.
       
       
     


     
     

  • 00:15

    Saturday politics and JFK 51 years later

    in Politics

    We will look at the week that was, from President Obama's immigration speech to Ferguson to Iran and the 51st anniversary of President Kennedy's assasination in Dallas.


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  • 00:55

    JFK Assassination Special - David Ferrie Author Judyth Vary Baker

    in News

    On this episode Judyth Vary Baker discusses her new book 'David Ferrie.' Baker shares details of her love affair with Lee Harvey Oswald in the summer of 1963. She also shares details on the life of David Ferrie and connections to mafia boss Carlos Marcello, Baker believes that Oswald was a patsy and that there was a wide ranging conspiracy in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

  • 00:46

    The Media and the 1963 March

    in Politics

    The Jackson Clarion-Ledger, for example, ran a front page headline after the march that read, "Washington is Clean again with Negro Trash Removed."Newspapers,radio stations and TV stations in the south did not in general cover the March on Washington in 1963.The southern based Washington Post did not say a word about Dr King's address in the 29 August 1963 edition.Today the Post is owned by a cut-rate online bookseller.

  • 00:50

    VFTB 206: Jerome Corsi - Who Really Killed JFK?

    in Paranormal

    FIVE SHOTS by three shooters changed the course of history. On November 22, 1963, a lone gunman named Lee Harvey Oswald, we are told, assassinated President John F. Kennedy. Except that modern analysis of the forensic evidence proves that this simply wasn’t possible.


    Dr. Jerome Corsi, senior reporter for WND.com and author of the best-sellers Who Really Killed Kennedy?, The Obama Nation, and Unfit For Command, discusses new research into the JFK assassination outlined in his new ebook Who Killed John F. Kennedy?  Corsi explains that audio recordings prove that the most likely scenario involved three shooters located in the Dal-Tex Building, the Texas Schoolbook Depository, and on the grassy knoll, as well as other compelling research that indicates who might have had the means and motive to want President Kennedy dead.


    Also: #OpFerguson; the H-word; and a good interview today about Ebola and transhumanism on The Josh Tolley Show (see his archives for November 26, 2014).


    Please join Derek and Sharon Gilbert Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM Central Time (GMT -6) for the Gilbert House Fellowship. Our plan is to study through the Bible in a live webcast every Sunday morning. Log on to www.GilbertHouse.org for more details.

  • 01:50

    JFK Assassination Roundtable - 51st Anniversary Edition

    in History

    Do you remember where you were on 11/22/63, when you heard the news that John F. Kennedy was assasinated in Dallas? Are you too young to remember? Do you believe the Warren Report? Do you have any theories of our own? 

    Was Oswald the lone gunman?
    Was he a patsy for a conspiracy?
    Who may have been behind a conspiracy?

    On the occasion of the 51st anniversary of the JFK assassination, we will be holding a special Roundtable Discussion of the JFK assassination. We want to hear from YOU!

    Listen and call 347-850-8445 to participate. 

    ALL points of view and theories will be discussed. Please join us for this very special Moving Train Radio.

  • 00:45

    Remembering JFK 51 Years Later

    in Politics

     After the intense 2013 hoopla, it’s a good bet there won’t be much fuss about this Saturday’s 51st anniversary. Yet one effect of the previous November’s concentrated focus on JFK is that people have come forward with new information. Dr Larry J. Sabato The Kennedy Half-Century: The Presidency, Assassination, and Lasting Legacy of John F. Kennedy


    President Kennedy addresses the Ferguson of his day in a civil rights speech and healthcare for seniors at Madison Squire Garden.


    Jerry Pippin the Oklahoma journalist and Liberal commentator remembers that eventful day in November of 1963.

  • 01:28

    51st Anniversary of the death of JFK: What Changed about America on that Fateful

    in Politics

    Day of November 22nd 1963? Al Suarez and Chris Jay discuss JFK's legacy, and the fascist takeover of the US government since his assassination. Al being from Boston this show is particularly important to him. We will also discuss the Alliance for Progress and the Peace Corps which JFK started to promote internationalism and better the reputation of the US in the world, which was infiltrated against JFK's will by the CIA. JFK wanted to abolish the Federal Reserve, the CIA, and keep the military industrial complex in check. He also wanted to end the Cold War and have the trainers leave Vietnam so there would be no escalation there which is what Johnson did. It is probable he also wanted the quarantine against Cuba lifted and a settlement in the conflict there. Instead we have to this day an embargo against Cuba. There is no doubt the establishment made an example of him, but his legacy lives on, and the fire of revolution has not been extinguished. As the youth volunteered in the Peace Corps and the Alliance for Progress in Latin America, many did so from the inspiring words the president said at his inauguration "Do not ask what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Such was the things of true patriotism. He also said "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." Him and his brother Bobby ended up making the ultimate sacrifice, along with their older brother who gave his life in WWII. Being from a rich family, they did not need at the time money from the banks or corporations to corrupt them, with JFK's military career, he would not be intimidated by the generals either. With enemies all around, JFK's fate was set. We will be doing the show an hour and a half, callers welcome.

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