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James H. Commander utilized genealogical research techniques to author his book, Love At Our Roots: How Freedom Became A Force For Change.
His book has been accepted into the prestigious Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York, as well as, the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History in Atlanta, Georgia. His lecture focuses on using family research to uncover empowering heritage for future generations.
Commander holds a Bachelor and Master's degree in arts, entertainment and media management from Columbia College of Chicago, Full Sail University. He resides in Greenville, South Carolina with his family.
It's been an up-and-down spring for the Crimson Tide. Several players have stepped up, and a couple have gone down with unfortunate injuries. After a few weeks of practice, and a couple of closed scrimmages, the 2015 Crimson Tide takes the field for A-Day this Saturday. We will welcome William "Redfish" Barger to the program to talk about everything he's seen and heard about the Tide this spring. We'll also check in on other sports when everyone comes up for a breath from football. The action begins at 5:30 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
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Did the Tigers complete the 3-game sweep at Progressive Field in Cleveland? Or did the Indians finally put one in the loss column for the Tigers? I also preview their next series in Pittsburgh against the Pirates.
The Pistons played their last home game of the 2014-2015 NBA regular season at the Palace of Auburn Hills against the Charlotte Hornets.
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The Tigers start their first road 3-game series at Progressive Field in Cleveland against the Indians. Alfredo Simon faces Zach McAllister.
The Pistons take on the Indiana Pacers. Quick recap at the Palace of Auburn Hills. If they lose, they increase their lottery draft pick chances.
Previewing the Red Wings/Hurricanes game just for keeps, and why they will lose in the first round to anyone they play this postseason.
What a difference a week makes! After what was one of the worst weeks in Crimson Tide athletics history, this week has been decidedly better. Avery Johnson's hire has injected excitement into a program that had been marking time for years under Anthony Grant. Alabama's football also had its first scrimmage, and we'll have some information from that affair on tonight's show as well. Finally, we will be talking all of this and more with Luke Robinson and Kirk McNair. The show kicks off at 5:30 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
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The Tigers and Minnesota Twins go at it in the middle game of the season-opening 3-game series at Comerica Park with Anibal Sanchez and Ricky Nolasco starting on the mound. I will also try the best I can to preview the series finale between Shane Greene and Kyle Gibson.
The Pistons play the second of their 4-game homestand at the Palace of Auburn Hills against the Boston Celtics.
I at least think I have a preview of the Wings/Canadiens game tomorrow night in Montreal. I'll think it up the way I want to if it's not yet there.
The Michigan State Spartans square off with the Duke Blue Devils in the Men's Basketball Final Four National Semifinals. If they win, will they take on the Kentucky Wildcats or the Wisconsin Badgers?
The Red Wings take on the Minnesota Wild in St. Paul and try to get back to their winning ways and get two important points in the Atlantic Division. I'll also preview their Easter Sunday game with the Washington Capitals at Joe Louis Arena, which starts at 5.
The Tigers wrap up Spring Training Grapefruit League play in St. Petersburg with the Tampa Bay Rays. They have Easter Sunday off before Opening Day in Detroit Monday against the Minnesota Twins. Twins starting pitcher Ervin Santana was suspended 80 games for use of Stanozolol.
The Pistons return home to the Palace of Auburn Hills and play the Miami Heat.
Make no mistake - the past fortnight has been among the worst that Alabama athletics has ever seen. Multiple football arrests, an injury to a player that looked to be a major cog in next year's offense on the gridiron, and the public courtship of Gregg Marshall gone awry all combine into a stomach churning batch of awfulness. BAMS will talk about all of the issues from this past week, and then turn to a bit of on-field action. Coach Jim Adams was at the Alabama Coaches Clinic this past weekend and will give us his insight, and we will also hear from John Garcia Jr. on the recruiting front. The action starts at 5:30 with your hosts Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond, and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
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The Red Wings and Ottawa Senators face off at Joe Louis Arena for points to reach 3rd place in the Atlantic Division. Who prevailed in that contest? Who do you think will earn that spot when the 2014-2015 NHL regular season ends?
The Pistons try to continue their hot streak at the Palace of Auburn Hills against the dangerous Atlanta Hawks after their loss to the Heat in Miami.
The Tigers take on the Pittsburgh Pirates in Grapefruit League action at Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland, Florida. The Tigers are less than one week away from Opening Day at Comerica Park against the Ron Gardenhire-less Minnesota Twins.
James Renwick Manship, Constitutionalist and Historian will be the guest. Mr. Manship's love for our Country has driven him to engage at events Dressed as President George Washington. He truly is a George Washington. He will provide an insight as to lack of intergrity from within our Government and a possible way of returning it to the People.
“Beyond GW” Biography of James Renwick Manship, Sr.
The publisher of The Atlanta Constitution , a Pulitzer Prize
recipient, in A.D. 1963, met 10 year old Jamey Manship
in the Fellowship Hall after services at the Cathedral of
Saint Phillip when the boy asked him about one of his
“articles” in the paper the previous week. McGill told
Manship to “read this Constitution”, meaning our national
Constitution, not his newspaper. Jamey did so, and ever
since has been an advocate, protector and defender of
“this Constitution for the United States of America”
Navy Midshipman Manship was Pre-Law Economics at
Auburn, and served as the Director of Legal Aid and
Ombudsman for the Student Government, where he also
wrote a Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.
In November A.D. 2010, the Religion Reporter for
The New York Times writing about the Tea Party Victory in
those elections described the one page “Seed of Truth”
as a “Concordance to the Preamble” with its 40 footnotes
to the Preamble that cite over 100 Bible references.
On New Year’s Day, in the Year of Our Lord Jesus 2011,
Manship was guided by God to learn of the FOURTH
BRANCH of our Goverment, the Citizens Grand Jury.
?Three weeks later, Manship filed his first Petition for Grand
Jury and a corrupt Virginia judge “retired early” the same
The disappointment that has been Alabama basketball is taking a back seat this week since the Crimson Tide football team has begun their spring football practices. We'll still talk about the ongoing coaching search on the hardwood, but it will be a sideshow as BAMS talks about everything happening on the gridiron. We'll be joined by Roger Myers for his take on the happenings at the Capstone. The show kicks off with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts at 5:30. Be there or be Auburn
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