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  • 00:30

    Joseph Max Lewis, author of "Separation of Church and State"

    in Books

    Joseph Max Lewis ( www.josephmaxlewis.com ) served as a member of an Operational Detachment in the U.S. Army's Seventh Special Forces Group, the storied Green Berets. During his service Lewis received antiterrorist training and his detachment was tasked to "Special Projects." Afterward, he served as an instructor at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Lewis attended the Pennsylvania State University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the University of Tel Aviv in Israel, and the University of Pittsburgh, receiving degrees in International Politics and Law while being certified in Middle East Studies.


    After living and studying abroad, first in the Middle East and then Southeast Asia, Lewis returned home to practice law. He's a columnist in the New Bethlehem Leader-Vindicator and currently lives, writes, and practices law in and around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


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  • 00:31

    Joseph Max Lewis, author of "The Diaries of Pontius Pilate"

    in Books

    Joseph Max Lewis ( www.josephmaxlewis.com ) served as a member of an Operational Detachment in the U.S. Army's Seventh Special Forces Group, the storied Green Berets. During his service Lewis received antiterrorist training and his detachment was tasked to "Special Projects." Afterward, he served as an instructor at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Lewis attended the Pennsylvania State University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the University of Tel Aviv in Israel, and the University of Pittsburgh, receiving degrees in International Politics and Law while being certified in Middle East Studies.
    After living and studying abroad, first in the Middle East and then Southeast Asia, Lewis returned home to practice law. He's a columnist in the New Bethlehem Leader-Vindicator and currently lives, writes, and practices law in and around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • 00:30

    Joseph Max Lewis, author of "Separation of Church and State"

    in Books

    Joseph Max Lewis ( www.josephmaxlewis.com ) served as a member of an Operational Detachment in the U.S. Army's Seventh Special Forces Group, the storied Green Berets. During his service Lewis received antiterrorist training and his detachment was tasked to "Special Projects." Afterward, he served as an instructor at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Lewis attended the Pennsylvania State University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the University of Tel Aviv in Israel, and the University of Pittsburgh, receiving degrees in International Politics and Law while being certified in Middle East Studies.


    After living and studying abroad, first in the Middle East and then Southeast Asia, Lewis returned home to practice law. He's a columnist in the New Bethlehem Leader-Vindicator and currently lives, writes, and practices law in and around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


    josephmaxlewis.com
    http://www.goodreads.com/JosephMaxLewis
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Joseph-Max-Lewis/390366621022306
    http:/pinterest.com/fellowshipessen

  • Joseph Max Lewis returns! We are discussing The Declaration of Independence!

    in Books

    Would you have signed?


    Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, and Francis Lewis, stories are all here in the Complete Series II by best-selling authors Murray Pura, Amber Schamel, and John V. Amodeo,


    What was going on the morning of the signing in Philadelphia? These four amazing authors have brought that to life.  


     


    The Declaration of Independence series asks all of us that one soul searching question. If you were rich, if signing meant defying the world’s superpower, if failure meant your family would be left destitute and you would be hung by the neck with your hands tied behind your back until you strangled to death, would you have signed The Declaration of Independence?  Would you have risked your privileged life so that others might live in freedom?


    That was the question facing John Hancock and in the face of overwhelming odds he answered, “Yes.”


    “We must all hang together,” Hancock said, before almost choking on his disastrous choice of words. Men’s faces clouded. They realized they stood on the brink, but could still step back. As had so often been the case, it was Benjamin Franklin who saved him, who saved us all.


                “Yes, we must indeed all hang together,” Franklin replied in an equally loud voice. He took a moment to push his spectacles up his nose. “. . . or most assuredly we shall hang separately.”


                The hall burst into surprised laughter. Men now smiled, grimly perhaps, but they lined up and took their turn, signing the most important document in the history of the world. Only Franklin, Hancock thought to himself.


               

  • 00:58

    Joseph Max Lewis & L.W. Rondeau Drop By!

    in Books

    Joseph Max Lewis, author of the new release "The Diaries of Pontius Pilate- A Thriller", and author L.W. Rondeau, author of the speculative Fantasy fiction novel "America II : The Reformation", are my guests today!

  • 00:20

    George Taylor,Historical novels

    in Books

    Historical novels provide us with information, drama, interesting settings and fascinating characters.  Not to mention, that we actually can learn something of actual events.  In this podcast, I examine and play samples from two of the historical novels which I have recorded.  From the days of the founding of our country, we’ll ask the question, “Would you sign?” from theDeclaration of Independence Series.  From the troubled Civil War era, we’ll watch the surprising actions of a sutler in Murray Pura’s series, Let Freedom Ring. 

  • 00:38

    Joseph Max Lewis returns! We are discussing The Declaration of Independence!

    in Books

    Would you have signed?


    Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, and Francis Lewis, stories are all here in the Complete Series II by best-selling authors Murray Pura, Amber Schamel, and John V. Amodeo,


    What was going on the morning of the signing in Philadelphia? These four amazing authors have brought that to life.  


     


    The Declaration of Independence series asks all of us that one soul searching question. If you were rich, if signing meant defying the world’s superpower, if failure meant your family would be left destitute and you would be hung by the neck with your hands tied behind your back until you strangled to death, would you have signed The Declaration of Independence?  Would you have risked your privileged life so that others might live in freedom?


    That was the question facing John Hancock and in the face of overwhelming odds he answered, “Yes.”


    “We must all hang together,” Hancock said, before almost choking on his disastrous choice of words. Men’s faces clouded. They realized they stood on the brink, but could still step back. As had so often been the case, it was Benjamin Franklin who saved him, who saved us all.


                “Yes, we must indeed all hang together,” Franklin replied in an equally loud voice. He took a moment to push his spectacles up his nose. “. . . or most assuredly we shall hang separately.”


                The hall burst into surprised laughter. Men now smiled, grimly perhaps, but they lined up and took their turn, signing the most important document in the history of the world. Only Franklin, Hancock thought to himself.


               

  • 00:17

    Nats Nightly: Nationals 2-1 over Phillies - Max Scherzer does it all in D.C.

    in Baseball

    Washington Nationals' starter Max Scherzer allowed just one run over eight innings on the mound in Nationals Park and scored the winning run in the Nats' 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Oh, and Bryce Harper homered again, naturally.

  • 01:33

    Long Road to Ruin: The Mad Max Trilogy

    in Movies

    Sean Comer and Mark Radulich look back at trilogy that spawned a thousand imitators and created its own genre, Mad Max!

  • 02:10

    #71 - A World of Fire and Blood

    in Entertainment

    We are back this Friday 5/22 at 9PM with another LIVE brand spanking new episode!


    We are talking a little more in depth discussion on Mad Max, the critics, and more! We are also discussing other things in the entertainment world with our own little twist. 


    All that plus odd news, stories and comedy!


    You gotta tune in to hear it all though, so don't forget to hear us LIVE Friday 5/22 at 9PM EST!


    Call us up (619)924-0762


    tweet us @AVandSeanShow


    or follow us on Facebook!

  • 00:30

    The Center-Left Podcast W/ Joe Price

    in Politics Progressive

    Friday, May 22nd 2015

    Unable to accept phone calls due to limited time.

    -Discussing President Obama's foreign policy, pragmatic centrist approach on domestic policies, and more.