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Recipient of a Presidential award (Entrepreneur of the Year), author T. Martin Bennett masterfully recounts the astonishing untold story of Mitsuo Fuchida, pilot who led the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. Not a war story, but character-driven nonfiction originally written as an epic screenplay, Wounded Tiger traces miraculous transformation from revenge to redemption—this, through providentially entwined lives of Fucida with an American prisoner & a girl Fuchida never met. In the wake of a 2015 Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade, marking the 70th Anniversary of the war’s end, you won’t want to miss hearing these stranger-than-fiction, largely untold stories!
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes debut novelist Alex Gilly. We'll be discussing Alex's first thriller Devil's Harbor.
ALEX GILLY is a writer and translator who was born in New York City and has lived in Australia, Canada, France, California, and the UK.. Alex holds an MA in Translation and Interpreting Studies and a BA in Linguistics and Spanish and Latin American Studies, both from the University of New South Wales. In addition to his work as a translator, Alex has worked as a magazine writer, editor, and copy editor. He lives in Sydney with his wife and children. About the book: Nick Finn and his partner and brother-in-law, Diego Jimenez, are used to rough water. As Marine Interdiction Agents for Customs and Border Protection, the two hunt drug smugglers, human traffickers, and other criminals who hide in the vastness of the waters off southern California. One night, Finn and Diego track a phantom boat off the Los Angeles coast, but it disappears before they can intercept it. They find a dead body in its wake, ravaged by sharks. Their investigation into the floater stalls when Finn is accused of using excessive force following the death of a suspected drug smuggler. Then Diego is murdered—and Finn is the number-one suspect. http://alexgilly.com.
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Our guests this morning are Joan Smith and Jim Murrell from the King Harbor Yacht Club.
Joan Smith is a lifetime South Bay resident currently residing in Rancho Palos Verdes. She recently retired from Toyota Motor Sales USA, Torrance Headquarters as the Corporate Human Resources Manager. Joan is a longtime member of the King Harbor Yacht Club and for the third year is the event chair for the King Harbor Holiday Boat Parade.
Jim Murrell has been a Member of King Harbor Yacht Club since 2003. He was Commodore of King Harbor Yacht Club in 2012 and will serve as President of the King Harbor Youth Foundation for 2016. Jim is an avid competitive sailboat racer on both the Farr30 and Farr40 design classes. He competed in the in 2011 World Championships for Farr30 class and 2014 and 2015 World Championships for Farr40 class. Jim has been racing since he moved to California in 1994 from New York City.
This morning, our guests are going to share all the details about this year’s King Harbor Holiday Boat Parade which will take place this Saturday night, December 12.
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Dorinda Makanaonalani Nicholsonwas born in Hawaii to a Hawaiian mother and a Caucasian father. She debuted in hula at age three dancing with her mother in Waikiki. When she was six years old, she and her father watched from their front yard as Japanese torpedo bombers flew so low over their house, she could see the pilots' goggles.
Her first book, Pearl Harbor Child, tells the story of the bombing of Pearl Harbor through the
eyes of a child. An award-winning author, she believes it is her mission to write World War II
stories for both students and adults to bring history to life. She is also the author of Pearl Harbor
Her day job to support her writing was as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Now retired, she
tries to live within her means and travel beyond them.
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I am a disaster mental health volunteer for the American Red Cross working mostly Yellow
Ribbon Events for veterans being deployed or recently returned home.
Mother of 4 boys, 13 grandchildren, nothing bizarre yet but would like to be in a cage in a dive to
see sharks up close.
Live From Location This Wednesday April 29, 2015 Stone Harbor, NJ
NEW TIME 7:30pm- 8:30pm EST The Reeds at Shelter Haven
Madame Olympian will speak to the community.
A partnership with the Mayors Wellness Campaign and Stone Harbor Recreation. The event is 5:30pm - 6:30pm visit. www.StoneHarborRecreation.com
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Hr1 This day in history, largest attack on American soil prior to 9/11 occurred at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 1941. History matters.
Muslim group calls out PC culture for being too afraid to take down Islamic extremism. Notice who wasn't at the Muslim Voices against ISIS & extremism 2-day conference? CAIR.
Hr2 Looks like someone nabbed JebBush.com to redirect to The Donald's official site. This isn't a little "oops!" This is a BIG one. His tech guy should be fired, immediately!
And just when you thought only guns caused mass murder, BUT 29 killed in China by a mass murderer with a KNIFE! So much for the gun theory...
The big news and trending today is Kim Kardashian's new baby boy Saint West.
Not trending today... Pearl Harbor or any presidential candidates. Sad state of affairs.
Andrea says you can't assume that all Muslims that they are extremist or jihadist. But if you see something suspicious,
SAY SOMETHING, Muslim or not!
Extremist sympathizer quietly re-hired into the White House as terrorist adviser.
Colorado campus carry, 12 years, no mass shootings, no crimes by permit holders.
Political correctness isn't just an American thing. it's happening in Mexico too, Coca-Cola pulled an "offensive ad" that was intended to be a
heartwarming gesture bringing 2 different groups of people together.
Hr3 Purdue University study - every mass shooting in the US since the 1950s except two occurred in gun free zones.
Sheila Jackson Lee - Major cause of homosides is murder.
Can someone explain to me how Santa Claus is religious?
Police say Colorado shooting was not connected to Planned Parenthood.
Join us this week as we talk about the Big Apple! Our guest is John Calascibetta, AGLCA Harbor Host for New York City. John will lead us through New York Harbor, including navigation, anchorages, and marinas. He'll also give us tips on how to get around New York City and see the sights!
Forgiveness is hard but they are now the best of friends out of the most unlikely circustances.
They credit their faith in God with where they are in Life.
Nothing happens by accident.
Remember the vision where Jesus told Paul that he would testify in Rome, just as he had in Jerusalem (23:11)? Well, watch what a difference it makes in life to believe in the hand of God. Paul was slated for Rome to hero Caesar's answer. The voyage involved ships and the Mediterranean.
The trek started well for Paul. Julius, the centurion, treated Paul for kindness and respect. And, Luke was a companion. Somewhere along the way, bad decisions were made. Abandoning a harbor which was unsuited for over-wintering the captain hoped to reach one that was more suited to accomodate a ship carrying 276 passengers & crew. The storm that surprised them blew hope clean out of their hearts. After two weeks of aimless despair they finally got word of hope: "We're gonna lose everything—ship & cargo—but we'll all live through it," Paul told them.
How did Paul have such confidence? Jesus promised him his own life and those of his ship-mates. So, encouraging them to eat and taking some in their presence, Paul brought a glimmer of hope. Trusting God's promises not only made life better for Paul, it also encouraged those around him.
There is something almost like an allegory in Paul's journey to Rome: It was fraught with peril and destruction, but God brought him safely through it, along with many others, as well...kinda like what was happening with the storm brewing around Jerusalem!
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America First generally describes the anti-War sentiment that existed in the years before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The America First organization included a cross section of Americans both left and right including such liberal luminaries as Nation Magazine editor Oswald Garrison Villard. One of the leaders of America First, aviator Charles Lindburgh, had pro-Nazi leanings and embraced the same anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that was originally popularized by Karl Marx in the 19th Century, a theory that made up a core belief of the Nazis. The ADL, ignoring real anti-Semitism today including a leftist movement to boycott Israel and a recent New York Times headline implying that Israel is killing Palestinian children, has sent out a press release implying that Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is an anti-Semite for using the slogan 'America First' since Linburgh was a leader of that group. This smear against Trump is an attempt at a political hit, one that will most likely backfire.