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  • 00:45

    "The Roman Catholic Version of the American Revolution"

    in History

    Catholic Founding Fathers - The Carroll Family


        CHARLES CARROLL CARTER


    George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin. Nearly every schoolchild recognizes them as the Founding Fathers. But there were a great many more Founding Fathers, even if their names are not so familiar as the above. Several of those lesser-known men who played key roles in the creation of the United States of America were Catholics.


    George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin. Nearly every schoolchild recognizes them as the Founding Fathers signers of the Declaration of Independence, framers of the Constitution, heroes of the Revolutionary War.


    There were a great many more Founding Fathers, however, even if their names are not so familiar as the above. Several of those lesser-known men who played key roles in the creation of the United States of America were Catholics. Chief among them were three members of the Carroll family of Maryland: Charles Carroll, the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence; his cousin Daniel Carroll; and Daniel Carroll's brother John Carroll, who became America's first Catholic bishop.


    Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832) was the most illustrious and best-known of the Carrolls. He was the only signer whose property Carrollton was mentioned in the Declaration of Independence. Carrollton was the 10,000-acre estate in Frederick County, Maryland, that Charles Carroll's father had given him on his return to America from his education in Europe.


    At the time he signed the Declaration, it was against the law for a Catholic to hold public office or to vote. Although Maryland was founded by and for Catholics in 1634, in 1649 and, later, in 1689 after the Glorious Revolution placed severe restrictions on Catholics in England, the laws were changed in Maryland.

  • 00:34

    From Founding Fathers who risked life, fortunes, and sacred honor to....

    in Christianity

    From the book GOD IS THE ISSUE by Bill Bright...let's talk

  • 00:17

    "The Tea with Rie" with Lady ShaMar & Co-Hosts C Ricardo & Gino V

    in Comedy

    The Tea with Rie is coming back at you LIVE fresh off of vacation!! 


    Today we're bringing back the "original" teas where your host, Comedienne Lady ShaMar and her esteemed co-hosts, C Ricardo Briggs & Gino V. are going to give our listeners and writers our unadulterated opinions on their questions! After we've given our listeners their dose of "tea", we'll be hitting some of the major topics that are in the news today.



    Black Bike Week
    Where Are Our Black Fathers?
    How Do I Clean Up My Credit?


     


    Make sure you log onto Facebook and find each and every one of us so you can follow us and see why everyone else keeps saluting #PinkiesUP!



    The Tea with Rie on Facebook: "The Tea with Rie"
    Lady ShaMar on Facebook: Sharrie Martin; Comedienne Lady ShaMar
    Gino V. on Facebook: Gino Can Sing
    C Ricardo on Facebook: C Ricardo Briggs

  • 00:29

    How Men Should Heal Their Children

    in Christianity

    Fathers our children has seen alot and has ecsperienced alot with us. we as men need to restore them. tune in as we give tips for how to help them.

  • 01:27

    What Makes a Family: An interview with the Henderson-Strong's

    in Lifestyle

    Same-Sex Marriage is legal in 37 of the 50 United States. It is a definitely controversial issue -for some- that further redefines the word 'family'. Earlier this year a video entitled "Love Has No Labels" was released and went viral. It is a simple statement that has couples of diverse make-ups stand behind a screen that only shows their skeletons. When the couples emerge from behind the screen viewers are amazed to see various degrees of love i.e., gay couples, interracial relationships, different faiths, etc. which showcases that true love has no color, gender, or sexual orientation. I invited Jason and Anthony Henderson-Strong (a couple featured in the video) to be my special guests so we can discuss their road to becoming legally married gay men and new fathers to a wonderful son.  


    Click here to see the video: https://youtu.be/PnDgZuGIhHs


     

  • 01:59

    The Halls of Valhalla presents: The Women Of The Revolution

    in History

    The Show Must Go On For Tim "Loki" Kerlin!


    Join Yankeemom, and Susan Bonner as they break down the world of feminism by going back in history. We are going to fight the "war on women" because, "we are women". This episode: Jane Young Ferguson

  • 02:00

    It's All for the Children, with Kevin Annett

    in News

    It's All For the Children


    Children are the inheritance of the Lord, the fruit of the womb is His reward. Please consider the enormous responsibility involved in raising children in righteousness. There is no greater task required of man than to lead children in the right path and provide everything necessary for their growth and protection. God requires parents to raise their children in the fear of God and to protect them from all harm. But what are people to do when the culture and society is making room for things that debase and demoralize people? The present generations are witnessing terrible crimes and abuses of children and this is the rotting of the whole of society.


    There will be no call-ins until the last 15 minutes of the show. Visit itccs.org

  • 00:08

    Gregarious Greg: A self-Talk after remembering with a friend

    in Culture

    This self talk Evolved when Greg visited an old friend he had not seen in over 12 months. The podcast is just over eight minutes with Greg sharing a story about a father and his three sons. This Memorial Day segment includes Greg addressing the loss of friends at a time where we remember the fallen. This particular podcast looks at father and son relationships at the earliest stages of life.


    It is a typical example that... From The Beginning You... Were. Hear how Greg views the prodigies of his long time friend. This is definitely a story fit for the Heritage & legacy Evolvement Forum


     


     

  • 01:00

    Shine - Instilling hope to the brokenhearted

    in Women

    Today guest Mary Martin, has an amazing story, as a child, Mary dreamed of becoming a humanitarian and her love and passion for people never changed. Born to parents who could not care for her, Mary was raised by her fathers' niece in Dallas, TX. Mary graduated high school and went on to receive her two year degree and later went on to earning her BA in Speech Communication and later on earning two Masters' in Business. In 2011, Mary developed a desire for writing when she realized she wanted to encourage women to live their life on purpose and instill hope to the brokenhearted. Mary is working steadily toward her purpose and will be working toward her certification on becoming a life coach with a focus on living life on purpose. Mary is the proud wife of an army veteran and has one adult son. She enjoys learning Gods word, reading personal development, movies, family and friend time. Mary currently lives outside of the Dallas area with her family.


    She will share with us how she is now SHINING bright in her own life and on the book shelves. 


    Your host Antiqua Lisha, has a wonderful gift waiting for you when you join our official community.  Visit AntiquaLisha.com to learn more about how you can get her book 237 Ageless Beauty Tips to put into practice the tools for living your best life we talk about each week on Shine. 


    Antiqua is dedicated to help women enjoy their lives, to stop hiding and SHINE!  


    Visit her at AntiquaLisha.com  or yourownuniversity.com 

  • 02:01

    At Eye Level 5/25/15 - Memories and other things divisible by 5

    in Entertainment

    Hey, what's five times three times five?  Ah, who cares?  But it's a day divisible by 5, which brings Frank Zappa to mind (cue "Five Five Five" from Shut Up N' Play Yer Guitar here), not to mention jazz fusion, prog and more.  Oh, yeah, and something about remembering veterans, too.  


    Remember when we had a country by and for the people, one for which men were courageous and willing to fight for our collective individual rights and freedoms?  Remember freedom of speech?  


    I know, it's been some time now since Y2K and the Presidency Where Sanity Went Away, and we got morons like Antonin Scalia telling us "the Constitution is dead", but some of us still believe in the "Grand Experiment" our Founding Fathers built for us, and know in our hearts that THAT'S what our vets were fighting to preserve...rather than the sad corporatocratic oligarchy and burgeoning serf fiefdom a band of red leaning lunatics are trying to dismantle our proud nation into.  


    So come and celebrate what this country is actually all about - the rights and freedoms of the individual, with a safety net for the general public, the rights of the lower and middle class worker over the wealthy shareholder and an eye towards the greater good.  


    It's Memorial Day on At Eye Level!

  • 00:19

    Reflections of Peace

    in Radio

    Reflections of peace causes one to think about the upcoming holiday: Memorial Day.  We think about how we live in a country that was founded on the philosophy of faith, peace, and love for America.  However, during this year, we have to ask ourselves if we are truly living the live our Founding Fathers fought so hard for.  Thus, are we philosophical in sync.  This is the focus of today's show.