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This week Road Trip Radio begins a state-by-state tour of Route 66. On this week's episode, we work our way down the state of Illinois, savoring the sights and flavors along the way. In This Week in Travel, we examine the current state of air travel with a hilarious commentary chronicling what it's like to take to the unfriendly skies.
Dave and Jeremy unveil the $100 Road Trip Challenge and answer your questions in Travel Q&A. Join us for more classic commercials from the Golden Age of radio, plus comedy and commentary on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio - another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun!
This podcast will touch on issues relative to estate planning, elder law and property issues in light of the Civil Unions Law that became effective in June of this year. Specifically, it will describe matters relating to inheritance, healthcare decision-making, employee benefits and welfare plans, and the ability of partners in a civil union to avail themselves of the benefits of holding their homes in tenancy by the entirety.
Mr. Nelson takes an indebt look at our country's history and details some 42 point conclusions on what kind of country this would be if the South had won the Civil War. Or would it have survived into the twenty-first century? What affects would their victory have had on the world? As President Lincoln said in his second inaugural address; “Both parties deprecated war, but one of them would make war rather than let the nation survive, and the other would accept war rather than let it perish, and the war came.” Mr. Nelson who created the Facebook group “The Civic Mentor” also wrote and continually updates a paper he entitles “My Preliminary Vision Statement”. His vision and reasoning is that community, local, national, and world involvement starts at the neighborhood level. He is one of those great individuals whose primary concern is mankind. Join us live, for a very interested discussion. Our Chat Room will be open allowing debate among callers while they are waiting to submit a question to our guest.
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.
As I type this, hundreds if not thousands of illegal immigrants are entering into our nation. The Civil War that we have all feared is soon going to be a reality. There has been a call put out for people to go to Texas to join Militia to secure the border. What should we do? Let's talk about it Tonight. This is an emergeny broadcast by this part of Opposing the Matrix. I take sole responsibility for this particular broadcast.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
The shooter at the DC Navy Yard was a practicing Buddhist, but what was his motive?
Interview with CO State Senator Kent Lambert on how the shooting impacts the 2nd amendment and about "gay" civil unions.
On July 2, 1964, exactly 50 years ago today, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the historic Civil Rights Act. The legislation outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender or national origin. It also ended discriminatory application of voter registration requirements as well as racial segregation in schools as well as in the workplace.
This landmark legislation was viewed as the culmination of the work of the civil rights movement. We are honored to have with us on this historic anniversary of the passing of the Civil Rights Act, Mr. Jesse Epps, one of Dr. Martin Luther King's closest friends and advisors. Mr. Epps was with Dr. King on the day of his assassination.
It is the life mission of Jesse Epps to forward the work of Dr. King. He was a major part of the civil rights movement back then, and now, Jesse Epps is making history with the Rebirth of America http://americarebirth.org and Neighbors Uniting American Families. http://nuafonline.org He will share about that and how you can play a role.
We have come a long way with Civil Rights. The problem is that we still have a very long way to go!
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