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This episode features a pre-recorded interview with historian and author Harvey J. Kaye. The discussion revolves around his book The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great.
Harvey J. Kaye is the Ben and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. An award-winning author, Kaye has published fifteen books on history, politics, and ideas, contributed articles and essays to a diverse array of publications
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Our premiere episode of "Tiki Time". Tom from the FDR Drive Band is our guest today. He is the band's guitarist who will be playing on Memorial Day at Pier Restaurant and Tiki Bar in Rye, NY on the Playland boardwalk.
Don't be to hard on yourself, even our greates Presidents made GREAT MISTAKES. Extrapolated from Chicago Tribune-Perspective.
Feb 16, 2015 we celebrated President's Day but did you know that some of America's greatest leaders were racists, imperialists, philanderers, abusers of power, deniers of rights and just plain misguided people.
On the other hand, they also took bold and risky steps to keep us FREE and we might not even have a country if it weren't for them.
Human beings are like that, full of contradictions.
Cults of personality are the enemy of democracy...etc.
The GOOD and the BAD...etc.
FDR abused his power by...etc.
Abe, leaving citizens jailed...etc.
Truman, a letter to Bess his future wife...etc.
JFK, notorious and Reagan ignored...etc.
The south's history is full of event's where the powers that be are always on the wrong side of history. Slavery was abolished 20 years in the North before it took a war to stop it down south. Electricity most southern rural citizen got electricity years after everyone else did and it took FDR (a Northerner) to get that done. Civil Rights, the south fought tooth and nail and it took Federal troops again to get them to accept (on paper) the terms of equality. Today it is LGBT rights, Health care, Voters Rights (Still), True Free Enterpise, and the War on Drugs. We can't seem to get it? Today's show we will dig deep and ask the questions and get some answers. On the way DSD can.....
POLITICAL ANIMALS- March 4th Ignauguration Day for every president up to FDR
The One Execption When it fell on a sunday, for one day Senator David Atchinson was the President' Gen Taylor was ignaurated on Monday March 5th
James Madison was the first President ignaugurated who wore American made clothes'
President Andrew Jackson had a riotous open house
President Coolidge 's ignaugration was broadcast on 21 radio stations
Count CAsmir Pulaski came to aid the American Revolution--Street in Chicago named after hiim.. Arkansas has a location named after Pulaski
-"GET THE ARCHBISHOP Anti Catholic bigot political campaign part 2,
The California Pedophile Connection --Another Singer?
Pedophiles in our midst--MORONS IN THE MEDIA coverups
PAYCHECK DEDUCTION WARNING TO EMPLOYEES--"Why you should audit your paycheck deductions--Twice what happened to employees in San Francisco California
March 4th Births-Deaths & Events--Births --Benjamin Waterhouse--Vaccination--Serge Prokovifiev died--audio historical excerpt
Michael Walsh talks about Heroes Hang when Traitors Triumph, WERE SINNERS REALLY SAINTS?, his recent book in which he discusses the individuals: William Joyce, Corneliu Codreanu, T. E Lawrence, Knut Hamsun and Vidkun Quisling. Michael's FaceBook page is https://www.facebook.com/michael.walsh.walshpoems
Welcome to the first of our episodes on your money. There's a lot of fear about money and some of it is real, some not. Franklin D. Roosevelt said that the only thing to fear in the depths of the Great Depression, is fear itself. Oprah calls fear, false evidence appearing real.
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We will look at important things that happened on this day in history:
1941: President FDR asks Congress for a Declaration of War;
1980: John Lennon is shot in NY City;
1993: President Clinton signs NAFTA.
We will also look at the 2014 KansasSenate race plus the new Secretary of Defense nomineee.
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POLITICAL Animals--HUGO BLACK--onetime member of the KLU KLUX KLAN---He realized his mistake, quit the Klan and never rejoined. President FDR appointed Hugo Black to the US Supreme Court. Black started his judicial career as a "Liberal" but as he aged, he became conservative and a strict constructionist.
Black also believed that the Supreme Court should stay out of social issues. Gay -Lesbian-Transgender Marriage?
New York US Representative Steve Scalise made a mistake by appearing at a speaking engagement which also was connected to the KLU KLUX KLAN. Scalise should if he hasn't learned from Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black.
The so called SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW GROUP--which is anything but poor~has tried to make a political and money donation issue of Scalise's mistake--But Morris Dees doesn't menition that Hugo Black made a similiar mistake.
December 31st Births-Deaths & Events Relevant to US(a)--Why the Japanese perform Beethoven's 9th Symphony on New Year's Eve--And More
Historical Musical Archives--Carson-Verzola Historical Archives
German World War One POWS Musical Contribution to Japan
Asian ethnics participation in World War One--Little known contributions, military participations and casualties
African-Vietnamese and other colonial troops fought in France during ww1
Upcoming January 2015--What Composer & French Army Volunteer Cole Porter learned musically from Africans serving in the French Army during WW1
Audio Interview Exclusive--How Cuba Went to the Dogs---Veterinary medicine practice in Castro's Cuba
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