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Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week: Cindy & I talk about some of the highlights from last weeks "Legends Championship" in French Lick, IN
Plus, Sandra Haynie - Director of Instruction at Winstar Golf Academy located at the Winstar Casino in Oklahoma joins us.
Sandra BIO - She began playing at the age of 11. Credits A.G. Mitchell and Gail Davis for helping with her game. In November 1984, was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. She was named among GOLF Magazines Top 100 Heroes during 1988 Centennial of Golf in America celebration. Was inducted into the Womens Sports Foundation International Hall of Fame in 1999. Recognized during the LPGA's 50th Anniversary in 2000 as one of the LPGA's top 50 players and teachers.
Join us "Live" Tuesday morning at 9:00 AM EST for the "WOMEN OF GOLF" www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
On this very special episode of Chatting With Sherri, the popular Bewitched series reaches it 50th Anniversary and to celebrate Mark Simpson presents the Bewitched Fan Fare 2014: "Celebrating 50 Years of Magic" will salute the golden anniversary of the premiere of this classic series, which continues to enchant millions, all over the world. Mark brings along fellow enthusiasts Susan Hauser, David Bennett and David Pierce(The Omni-Directional Three-Dimensional Vectoring Paper-Printed Omnibus for Bewitched Analysis a.k.a. The Bewitched History Book ) The talented actors Fredd Wayne ( Ben Franklin), and Heather Woodruff Perry (Betty) will tell us about what it was like to work on this beloved show(and one of my all time favorites.)
Major Miguel “Tito” Reece (US Air Force, Retired) has recently published the book, The Disabled Veteran’s Story. It outlines the struggles and sacrifices of veterans and their families for the world's freedom. One story includes the bureaucratic journey of a Panamanian while another story tells how Panamanians volunteered for the draft as a way out from the Silver Cities (La Boca, Red Tank, Paraiso, Gamboa, and Rainbow City), reflecting true compelling stories of the politics within the Canal Zone in the early days.
Reece, a military veteran with 30+ years of service as both an officer and an enlisted member in the US Air Force. He served in Vietnam, the Middle East, and as a member of the Stabilization Forces in the Balkans.
Born in the Panama Canal Zone, Reece has an undergraduate degree from Southern Illinois University and a graduate degree from the Webster University, Saint Louis, Missouri. After 30 years in the USAF, he served 10 years with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs, with great concerns of many veterans dying prior to receiving their entitled benefits.
Reece states that he enjoyed working with veterans and making a difference in the lives of the beneficiaries. He often visited veterans with the families in their homes, nursing homes, and assisted-living facilities, relatives’ homes, under bridges, in parks or even in tree houses. In his book he aspires to share these stories with the world, to educate a new generation and remind society of the sacrifices the American and some Panamanian veterans endured for the freedom of the world and not to allow their stories to be forgotten.
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Visit Reece at www.MiguelReece.com
Show courtesy of SmithBits Talk Radio's Rant and Rave Show. Marianne Faithfull tells all. It was her boyfriend Count Jean Breteuil. For 43 years she never told the authories about this, but since Count Jean offed himself to a herion overdose in 1971, it has remained her secret. Professor Faitfull goes on tour to celebrate her 50th year in the music business. Yea!
Freda Mwamba Brazle is the founder of Zambians Promoting Leadership in America which was birthed out of a sense to apply what she had learned about community, responsibility and service. Through ZPLA Freda has organized a memorable event for Zambia's 50th Golden Jubilee in Atlanta which will bring together a network of like minded people.
Freda's leadership skills have evolved from The Coca-Cola Company, General Electric, Arthur Andersen Consulting, Bank of America and WellPoint where she has held various executive roles. She sat on the Boards of AID Atlanta and the YWCA, and is currently on the Board for Peak Performance Basketball. She is our featured guest on PERSPECTIVES to discuss her vision in planning Zambia's 50th independence events and how this will help promote leadership among Zambians in America
We'll talk about the Giants series with the rival Dodgers, Ray Rice only being suspended 2 games by the NFL, the new petition titled "Barry Bronze" to get statue of Barry Bonds built near AT&T Park and his 50th birthday. We'll talk about Kevin Love and what team he will end up with and what the toughest opponents are for the Niners this season!
Pastor Mwaka Twagirayesu is the founder and president of Fresh Aroma International Ministries which will be holding it's first international conference outside the United States in the nation of Zambia as part of its 50th independence celebrations. The Fresh Aroma Zambia Jubilee Prophetic Conference from August 1-4, 2014 in Lusaka whose theme is, "Season of Liberty." Pastor Mwaka joins us on PERSPECTIVES to discuss this milestone in the history of the ministry and the upcoming Zambia Jubilee Prophetic conference.
While alumni activities date back to the 1800s, this year the Howard University Alumni Association (HUAA) marks its 50th Anniversary as a part of the University's Charter. Joining us on The Strategy Sessions on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. to talk about the anniversary are Chris Washington, HUAA President; Keith Benn, HUAA 50th Anniversary Chairperson; and, Andrea Hodge, who is one of the panelists during the Career P.O.P. (Pursuing Opportunities with a Passion) program in Martha's Vineyard.
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Tune in as the Sistas commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. They'll be joined by Civil Rights Activist and Freedom Rider, Joan Mulholland, and her son Loki Mulholland, award-winning filmmaker and director of An Ordinary Hero: The True Story of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland.
Joan Trumpauer Mulholland participated in one of the most famous and violent sit-ins of the Civil Rights Movement at the Jackson Woolworth lunch counter. She has come face-to-face with the KKK, was put on death row in Mississippi’s notorious Parchman Penitentiary with fellow Freedom Riders, and helped plan and organize the March on Washington. Following in his mother's footsteps, Loki Mulholland creates films that make a difference in the world. Joan and Loki founded the JTM Foundation, a non-profit organization that educates youth about the Civil Rights Movement and empowers them with the idea that they can make a difference. Click here to learn more and contribute to their work.
Well, “The Court has Spoke”!
Just in time for Ramadan - hoping for a blessed and prosperous one to all.
The Court ruled on some highly anticipated cases, the Hobby Lobby getting the most “hits”.
Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc., for many, was a case to greatly test the extent of religious freedom, and the extent Obamacare could intrude into a firm’s religious beliefs, here the right to refuse to cover for its employees,abortion-causing drugs and devices. Through all of this, the War on Women narrative has resurfaced.
The Court also ruled that the police cannot search a cellphone without a warrant. .
Both, arguably, are about rights.
Speaking of rights, July 2nd marked the 50th anniversary of the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which may not have happened if JFK had lbeen alive.
What did it mean? What did it do? Should we be worried about nefarious attempts to rescind it, at least in principle?
The illegal immigration issue continues to intensify, in light of the mass infusion of children (human conduits – I’ll explain what I mean) through the borders.
Through this, Barack Obama, not being able to enact “Comprehensive Immigration Reform”, has promised to use an Executive Order, which is sure to exacerbate the tensions between he and John Boehner.
Also a group of Texans took matters into their own hands, blocking a bus which was transferring illegals. The confrontation caused a rerouting to California.
Will there be another War in Iraq? Barack Obama says “no”; I say, “Regretfully, yes”.
So, we can see that there’s much to discuss this Saturday, all the while, I’m reminded that I must be at my best behavior, since we are in Ramadan, so be prepared for an unusually reserved host.
We opened with a prerecorded interview with Nefertina Abrams, Royal House of Makeda Productions, and Melame Gange, ModeAfrika apparel, (first aired 7/2/2014) re: Ubuntu-Faqir Simunye or Pan African Love and Unity Festival on its concluding night, July 4, 2014, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Humanist Hall on 27th Street, in Oakland. We open with Gange’s “African Suns.” We then play a segment from an interview with Civil Rights Movement architect, Dave Dennis, who is just returning home from a successful 50th Anniversary Conference at Tougaloo College in Mississippi. The goal of the conference was to answer the following questions: What were the lessons learned? How do they apply to today’s challenges? What is the next phrase? How will an appropriate response be developed for the next phase? While speaking to Mr. Dennis about the conference and current issues on the stove top boiling over presently like Voter’s Rights and Educational Opportunity, especially for black youth as access to higher education still is not either the norm or representative of the majority of black families, Mr. Dennis the first in his family to graduate from high school. 50 years later, I meet students in my classroom who are the first to graduate from high school and college. Next steps obviously include access to college education and programs in place to address the attrition rate among black men. Ironically, the issues around voter’s rights are expiring as state’s reevaluate residents’ rights and make certain residents ineligible or make voter registration difficult and access to the polls another hurdle in society where historic memory is a tragedy of youthful ignorance and social apathy. Music: selections from Meklit and Quinn and Melik Hadero; the Nile Project: Salaam Nubia from Aswan and Tezete; Melame Gange's African Suns and Dancing Partner.
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