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JFK 50th Year
JFK Assassination Expert, Author & Attorney
Author of The Man From 2063, is an expert on the assassination of President Kennedy. He became interested in the JFK assassination after seeing a bootleg copy of the famous Zapruder filmof President Kennedy's fatal motorcade in 1972. He has been researching the assassination ever since.
50th JFK Assassination Anniversary Who killed Kennedy? Or, Who HAD Kennedy killed? THE UNSPEAKABLE
January Jones & Steve Krage
Retrospective audio and contemporary commentary on the killing of John F. Kennedy 22 Nov. 1963, Dallas, TX.
While most all that is thought provoking; including the recent PBS "Nova Cold Case" on JFK detailing latest forensic science, many "unknowables" still persist around who was Lee Harvey Oswald.
1st of a two part "Secular Sunday" series on JFK's assassination.
Unwelcome Guests #517 program summary:
This week's show is dedicated to James Douglass. His talk centers on the assassination of JFK, and it retells the Kennedy presidency with some of the backstage manipulations from down memory hole. He sets the scene by recounting Thomas Merton's prediction that, if Kennedy could turn towards the good, he would be assassinated by "the unspeakable". We look at Kennedy's close collaboration with his supposed adversary, Khrushchev to avert war, and explore a parallel with WW1. We listen to a section of Kennedy's most important speech, in which he finally stepped over the line by unilaterally announcing a US nuclear test ban treaty, and chronicle how he worked for world peace, until he we assassinated by the US security state. We conclude by looking at the implications for the 21st century, exploring a parallel with Martin Luther King and hear an afterword by Bill Hicks.
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JFK 50th Anniversary
The Enemy of The Truth
Oswald Did Not Kill Kennedy!
On the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination, Hutchinson Report host Earl Ofari Hutchinson discusses JFK’s civil rights legacy with Congresswoman Maxine Waters and how it had and continues to have a profound impact on Los Angeles, California and the nation. Congresswoman Waters and Hutchinson calls for a moment of silence in Los Angeles in memorial tribute to Kennedy’s civil rights accomplishments.
JFK 50th Who killed Kennedy? Or, Who HAD Kennedy killed? THE UNSPEAKABLE
January Jones & Steve Krage Jackie Ari & Jack:
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Enemy of The Truth:
& The Kennedy Assassination
with Sherry Feister
While President John F. Kennedy's assassination is the most studied murder investigation in American History, it remains plagued by a variety of theories that have developed into myths. In a comprehensive and science based analysis of the assassination evidence, "Enemy of the Truth" debunks the following prevailing myths—not with biased counter opinion, but with forensic truths. Dallas Police Department followed protocol Ear witnesses are reliable The blood in the Zapruder home movie is faked Ballistic test prove a single shooter The limousine stopped The fatal head shot originated from the Grassy Knoll There are two simultaneous head shots The single bullet theory is correct
Three years ago, July 27, 2011, Gigabit Nation launched to help public, private and nonprofit organizations get better broadband everywhere it needs to be. Chattanooga's gig network was my first feature. Join the show's 3rd Anniversary broadcast live from EPB, Chattanooga's public utility and operator of the first U.S. citywide gigabit network.
Chattanooga is one of the rock stars of U.S. broadband. Meet key players from center stage and behind the scenes driving innovation, economic development and a better quality of life for the city's diverse constituents. An all-star cast of stakeholders are stopping by to help Gigabit Nation celebrate, and also share some of the inside scoop on three years of network milestones, marketing wins and plans for future successes. Learn about Chattanooga's fight against states' intrusion on communities' broadband decisions, and other ways in which the gig city is influence national discussion on broadband.
Joining the show are:
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke
EPB CEO Harold DePriest
Jim Ingraham, EPB VP Strategic Research, Gigabit Nation's first guest
Katie Espeseth, EPB VP New Products
J.Ed Marston, VP Marketing & Communications, Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Steve Angle, Chancellor, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
Jack Studer, LampPost, Chattanooga Venture Capitalist
Bentley Cook, Senvery, GigTANK graduate
Sheldon Grizzle, Managing Partner, Spartan Partners
Mike Bradshaw, Executive Director, The Company Lab
8-10 PM MONDAY NIGHT!! Awesome!!
Live Interview with Gayle Nix Jackson!!
Author of: "Orville Nix-THE MISSING JFK Assassination Film"
This should be another discussion-filled episode, as we talk about Nicki Minaj's latest provacative cover art controversey. As we always do, we'll make sure to cover all elements of hip hop in New York City, and this week, the Rock Steady Crew 37th anniversary weekend was a great example of how one of hip hop's pioneering organizations continues to celebrate all aspects of hip hop music and culture.
We'll also talk with Danielle Mastrion who was commissioned to paint a Beastie Boys tribute mural on the corner of Rivington and Ludlow, the iconic intersection on the cover of the group's album Paul's Boutique.
You know we like to go old to the new, so we'll have a bunch of new, noteworthy rap releases to share with you.
So tune in LIVE starting at 10pm, and get ready to call in and discuss with us.