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Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show: We will be discussing the following topics: 1 SEGMENT: The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Should the Supreme Court over turn parts of the Civil Rights Act? 2 SEGMENT: THE ENTERTAINER IN CHIEF: Critics have said that President Obama and the First Lady are Celebrities!! Does the first couple spend more time in Hollywood or the White House? 3 SEGMENT: SEQUESTRATION: What does this really mean?
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Join acoustic musical group and house musicians, Steve Champagne and Mary E. LaLuna, as they bring to you their live acoustic sets as well as ArtSeesDiner.com "Blue Plate Specials" and featured guests.
Tonight they explore the music of 1964.
Steve and Mary are local favorites and are known for their rich harmonies, broad vocal range, and tendency to just have a good time!
Nesse programa, irei responder a tudo que vocês gostariam de saber, mas tinham medo de perguntar, sobre o Contra-Golpe de 31 de março de 1964:
1) Como defender seu apoio pelo que aconteceu em 31 de março de 1964???
2) O que defendemos e O QUE NÃO DEFENDEMOS no Regime Militar???
3) O que responder quando alguém perguntar sobre o Caso Herzog (1975 - Geisel)??? E sobre o Rio-Centro (1981 - Figueiredo)???
4) Como conciliar uma ideologia "de direita" (ou seja, pró-liberdade) com alguma simpatia pelo Regime Militar??? O que temos em comum??? O que não temos em comum???
5) Dicas para comemorar bem o dia 31 de março...
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of ChampagneSundaysMagazine.com, for Big Blend Radio’s entertainment show airing live from the Groveland Hotel, in California’s Yosemite Gold Country, as part of Big Blend’s Spirit of America Tour of all 401 National Park units!Featured Guests:- Collin Pelton - Actor, Writer, Model, Producer. Collin has worked in over 30 independent films. He is the son of Leimana Pelton, world renowned artist and bamboo architect. Collin's mother, Rachelle Vachon, is the Head of the Theater Department at Nashoba Brooks School. In 2014, Collin and his father will take on a father/son authoring of their family's Bermuda Triangle disappearance in 1964, on the sailboat Enchantress. Collin currently works as Development Executive for Indiewood Pictures, an award winning production company.- Donna Stanley – Author of the supernatural/spiritual young adult novel ‘New Wings’- Peggy Mosley – Owner of Groveland Hotel in Groveland, California.
Republicans have not won a decisive presidential election since 1988. Polls show that the party’s stance on practically every issue is a loser: same-sex marriage, international affairs, immigration, even taxes and the deficit. But this dismal situation only a quarter year earlier, was the plight of the Democrats.
Democrats have simply overwhelmed Republicans with their technological superiority; starting with the cooked voting machines that determine the outcome and not the ballot.
In the late 1980s, Democrats were the party of racial quotas, handgun bans, and welfare rights, viewed as soft on crime, weak on communism, and antagonistic to family values. The party’s lone president since 1964, Jimmy Carter, won post-Watergate with just 50 percent of the vote. “You’d look at polls and see that the American public agreed with the Republican Party on every meaningful voting issue. Tune in for more Thursday at 11:AM est
Legendary vocalist Gloria Lynne was born Gloria Alleyne November 23, in New York City, Gloria Lynne is an American vocalist on several rhythm and blues hits in the 1950s and 1960s. Lynne grew up in Harlem and won first prize at the "Amateur Night" at the Apollo Theater. She recorded as part of groups The Enchanters and The Dell-Tones in the 1950s. She recorded a a soloist under her birth name, though most of her work was released under her stage name on the Everest Records and Fontana Records labels.
In the 1960s, she had several hits including "June Night," "Love I Found You," and "I Wish You Love" (1964), which became her signature song. Lynne then toured with Ray Charles, Billy Eckstine and Ella Fitzgerald.
Lynne moved into jazz in her later career and performed with many of the jazz greats, including Quincy Jones, Bobby Timmons, Philly Joe Jones, and Harry "Sweets" Edison.
She was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation in 1997.
In 2006, Dr. O. Fitzgerald Hill was selected the 13 President of the 129 year old Arkansas Baptist College. Since assuming the presidency at Arkansas Baptist College, the College has been reaccredited by North Central Higher Learning Commission, received the largest private gift from an individual in the College’s history and launched a $30 Million capital campaign that includes a community redevelopment component for the neighborhood.
Dr. Dorris R. Robinson-Gardner has served the higher education community for more than forty years. She has served at public, private, two-year, and four-year colleges and universities earning tenure and promotion as an assistant professor, associate professor and professor. Further, she served as the State Coordinator for Academic Programs at the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE), recommending approvals of new academic programs for two-year and four-year colleges and universities and certification of out-of-state colleges and universities to offer academic programs in the State of Arkansas.
John Gardner has over 30 years of experience as higher education administrator at (1) Mid-South Community College, West Memphis, Arkansas (Sr. VP) Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Board (Assist... Dir. For Financial Analysis); Arkansas Dept of Higher Education (Dir. For Institutional Finance); and University of Arkansas Pine Bluff (Associate Vice VC for Finance/Planning and Mgmt.
John has a Master of Public Administration; Certified Public Manager from University of Arkansas Little Rock. Bachelor of Science, Math, completed 56 undergraduate hours at UCLA 1964-1966. Graduated Florida A&M University and All-Conference Football, Former Board Member Little Rock Education Commission. Member, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
Mr Sikota Wina was among the young Zambian nationals who formed the first cabinet of the young independent republic in 1964. The nation witnessed this young politician’s career spiral through the decades up to the nations democratic revolution which swept the nation in the early 90s. Mr Wina found himself in the political spotlight with first republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda due to his outspoken and numerous accusations of plotting against the government of UNIP. Mr Wina a veteran politician is our featured guest for our 49th independence anniversary special feature to share his involvement and experiences during the struggle for independence. He will also discuss his political career through the years and Zambia’s democratic process, economic development, and issues concerning the Barotseland Agreement.
The Democrats did not win the shutdown showdown; the squishy Republicans surrendered the conservative victory to delay Obamacare, eliminated the debt ceiling and fully funded an overblown government with $1 trillion over 9 months! Now the bankers’ meat puppet, Obama, can borrow as much money as his socialist dreams desire and Americans for generations to come will have to foot the bill. RINO ‘leadership’ just surrendered the Constitution to the Democrat-Socialists and the corporatists. Keynesian economic destruction is now unchecked! Yet, this is not the time to wallow in defeat. The Democrats have not won; rather the Republican Red RINOs orchestrated defeat in order to quell the ‘Tea Party anarchists.’ While all Americans have just lost to the bankers’ debt, the conservatives and libertarians will win as we did in 1980 and 1994 following the ‘defeats’ of 1964, 1976 and 1988.
Tyranny is assured UNLESS liberty-loving people of good conscience can set aside their differences and band together against the rising tide of collectivism, statism and oligarchy. Grassroots conservatives and libertarians, whether Republicans, alternate party or independent MUST work together to ensure the restoration of constitutionally limited government – it is up to you. End the welfare/warfare police state. To defeat the Democrat-Socialists, first you MUST Raze the RINOs, for liberty!
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DC has created all the problems they are facing and refuses to do a single thing about it. – Sen. Ted Cruz
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Dr. Millery Polyné, Associate Professor at New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. A graduate of Morehouse College and the University of Michigan with a Ph.D. in History, Millery's teaching and research interests include the intellectual history of African Americans and Afro-Caribbeans in the 19th and 20th centuries. He is the author of From Douglass to Duvalier: U.S. African Americans, Haiti and Pan Americanism, 1870-1964 (University Press of Florida, 2010) and the editor of The Idea of Haiti: Rethinking Crisis and Development.
Political animals:Senator Huey Long--"Share the Wealth"--"No difference between Republicans and Democrats" Audio
Raymond Massey famous Actor--Canadian- born Naturalized American Citizen
"Goldwater 1964 Presidential Campaign"
Audio Archives Carson Verzola Historical Archives
Politicization of Trayvon Martin case--No relationship to the Emmett Till 1955 Case
Du Sable Black-French founder of Chicago
August 30th Births Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
Correction--Our mistake Schille was the author of Ode to Joy used by Beethoven in the finale of his 9th Symphony