• 01:26

    AMERICA'S DISABLED VETERANS IN ACTION! Korean War /Atomic Veterans

    in POTUS

    We are a group of disabled Veterans who are active advocates for the rights of veterans who have served in the United States Military and their families. We advocate for the rights of veterans. We talk to the the politicians who want to talk to us and we promote Americanism.   


    Mondays Hosts: Jonathan Bibbins, Michael Fortune And Dr Jorge Anderson


    Topic: Open Forum


    Tuesdays Hosts: Stephanie Ruscigno 


    Topic Miltary Sexual Trauma


    Wednesday Hotess: Marilyn Wyche 


    Topic VA Benefits 


    Thursday Host George Cash/ Michael Fortune


    Topic: Housing 


    Friday Host: Marilyn Wyche/Joyce Trumpet/Stephanie Ruscigno/George Cash/Dr Jorge Anderson


    Topic Korean War/ Atomic Veterans 

  • 01:00

    Korean War

    in Legal

    Donald J. Farinacci is a US Army Vietnam-era Veteran. After his military service (1966-1969), he became an attorney. Donald J. Farinacci is the author of When One Stood Alone, Last Full Measure of Devotion: A Tribute to America's Heroes of the Vietnam War and, his upcoming book Truman and MacArthur: Adversaries for a Common Cause.According to the description of Truman and MacArthur: Adversaries for a Common Cause, “The author's purpose in writing this book was to tell a story of events which occurred during a brief but momentous period in American history, involving two extraordinary men, President Harry S. Truman and General of the Army, Douglas MacArthur. The story tells of their interaction during a time of grave national crisis, how they veered badly off course and ultimately collided head-on. It was a collision which both altered the course of history and irreparably changed their personal destinies.

    What is related here is first and foremost a human story, but one that plays out against the panorama of the Korean War—a nasty, brutish and fearsome slice of hell where what was at stake was nothing less than the determination of whether the Communist Sino-Soviet alliance would gain dominion by force over large regions of the continent of Asia or be contained and held in check by a coalition of United Nations Forces led by the United States. As the drama unfolded during a critical period of approximately ten months in 1950 and 1951, the all-pervasive tension holding the principal players in its grip was the ever-present threat of nuclear war looming over all of humankind.

  • 01:00

    The consequences of the Korean War

    in Podcasting

    Ronnel Corre will talk about the consequence and the destruction of the Korean War. Ronnel will specifically talk about the Korean babies who were left in a struggle of finding new homes. These babies were struggling due to the lost of immediate family members or due to the struggling and collapsing economy of Korea immediate after the war. Forcing some families to let go of their babies, due to a lack of money. Learn the struggles that these newly adopted Korean babies faced by their newly adopted families who were mostly white who did not know much of their culture, history, customs, etc. These newly adopted Koreans faced a lot of struggles and identity confusion.

  • 01:00

    Episode 186: Best of The Korean War

    in Military

    We ran this as a best of back in December, but with yesterday being the 60th anniversary of the Korean War armistice, there is no question this is the right episode.
    Also, with the last year's announcement of the naming of DDG-116 after Medal of Honor recipient CAPT Thomas Hudner, USN (Ret) - it is an easy decision on today's show.
    A replay of our Navy Air Korean War episode with CAPT Hudner in the first half hour, and then author David Sears to discuss his book Men Such as These: The Story of the Navy Pilots Who Flew the Deadly Skys Over Korea.
     

  • 01:04

    Life After World War II with Alice Wisler & Donn Taylor on CD Speak UP!

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when award winning authors Alice Wisler and Donn Taylor return to chat about their new books and testimonies.


    Alice J. Wisler was born and raised in Japan as a missionary kid. She is the author of Getting Out of Bed in the Morning, and five novels. Rain Song and How Sweet It Is were Christy finalists. Ever since the cancer death of her four-year-old son Daniel in 1997, she has found solace in writing from heartache and teaches “Writing the Heartache” workshops across the country. She lives in Durham, NC with her husband and children where they have a wood carving business, Carved By Heart. Her latest book is published by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolina’s and is titled, Under the Silk Hibiscus. Visit her website at www.alicewisler.com.


    Donn Taylor led an Infantry rifle platoon in the Korean War, served with Army aviation in Vietnam, and worked with air reconnaissance in Europe and Asia. Afterwards, he completed a PhD at The University of Texas and taught English literature at two liberal arts colleges. Now retired from college teaching, he writes suspense and mystery fiction as well as literary poetry designed for the ordinary reader. He is a frequent speaker at writers' conferences and study groups. He lives near Houston, TX, where he continues to write fiction, poetry, and essays on ethics and U.S. foreign policy. His latest book is also released through Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolina’s and is called, Lightning on a Quiet Night. Discover more about Donn at www.donntaylor.com.

  • 00:27

    3rd Episode: Inside the War Room - Deshawn Ross: DT/FB Kentucky State

    in Football

    Tonight we have DeShawn Ross the talented defensive tackle from Kentucky State University. He has had quiet the football journey and inside the war room will give you the closer details about of this talented NFL Draft Prospect. He has a great 1st step and really can use his hands well when attempting to rush the QB.  He has had contact with two NFL teams, the Rams and Eagles. He is a proud father and enjoys the small things in life.


    DT/FB


    Deshawn Ross
    6'1 290


    33 on the 225 Bench Press


    Dream Bowl All star game


    Shoot him a follow:
    @bossross5577


    University Profile


    http://www.ksuthorobreds.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=1026


    Game Film


    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/3471658/highlights/101709383


    http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/


    http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/interviews.html


    https://twitter.com/NFLDraftWRoom.


    https://twitter.com/drwscout


     


     

  • 00:25

    Inside the War Room- Senior Bowl Update and Draft Prospect Insider

    in Football

    Tonight we talk about Shaquille Riddick OLB/DE who excells at pass rushing and getting to the QB.


    Senior Bowl Review and Players on the Rise


    NFL Draft War Room: @NFLDraftWRoom


    http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/home.html


    http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/senior-bowl.html


    https://twitter.com/drwscout 

  • 02:07

    CHINA+ ANC= GENOCIDE Part 2.

    in Politics Conservative

    Chinese troops are on South African soil, at this very moment, after negotiations that took place just before Christmas between China and the ANC. Now, let's connect the dots. My name is Engela Moorcroft Hughes. From 2009 to 2011, I resided within China; Beijing, Shunyi. When the 2010 riots between international and local companies took place, the first 100 people were taken out of the crowd and decapitated. Within seconds of these events, there was no cellphone service, no Internet connection, no television or radio services and planes could neither land nor leave the country. That is the kind of power and influence China has over the world. We talk about how China controls their weather, cloud seeding.We touched on sanctions against South Africa, because of segregation.


    Prior to the fall of apartheid in South Africa relations between the two countries were officially non-existent and unofficially antagonistic. The South African Air Force fought on the side of the United Nations against the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army in the Korean War.


     


     

  • 02:59

    R.B.G. WATCHING THE YOUTH RAISE THE FLAG!

    in Politics

    The youth are always the energy in a movement and ours are reclaiming the flag and marching to on bictory.

  • 02:59

    First Ground Battle in the 21st Century for Black People: What Should It Be?

    in Politics

    Afrikan people have made it into the 21st Century.  We may not be in the best shape; but at least we are here.  However, being here is not enough.  We need to collectively decide which ground battle would be best to launch us into our 21st Century war for survival. 


    Is it the Black War Against:



    Economic Dependency

    "Homosexuality"

    Pedophilia (child molestation in the Black community)

    The Mobutus (Uncle Tom Race Traitors)

    The Integrationists

    The Mulattoes

    The Police ("plynching" aka police lynching)

    The Food War, Agriculture, and Black Farming

    Independent Black Schooling

    Vaccinations/Sterilizations


     


    Call in and give your opinion.  These (10) options will be very difficult to pick from.  But on Monday night, we are going to pick the #1 choice.


     

  • 02:00

    War On The Frontline

    in Family

    What Are You Going To Do?

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