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POLITICAL ANIMALS:1980 Ronald Reagan nominated for President by the Republicans
THE VARGAS SCANDAL--Illegal alien gay sexual preferance activist dictates to Americans what he thinks Americans should do for illegal aliens--Could he get away with this attitude in his home country the Philippines
Vargas would be deported if he was an illegal alien trying this scam in the Philippines
David Farragut legal immigrant from Spanish Colony--Farragut promoted during the American Civil War as the first real admiral in the US Navy
Bowe Bergdahl Controversy---Did Bowe desert his post? Did the Taliban--given their sexual practices--abuse this young soldier?
TWA FLIGHT 800--Jack Cashell's book relevant to theCNN news story
Overview History Islamic--Muslem soldiers abuse of Christian Captives
7--16-2014 Births Deaths & Events Relevant to US(a)
Parking meters first installed in Okalahoma City Oklahoma not New York-Chicago or San Francisco
First attempt(failed) to recall A San Francisco Mayor(Roger Lapham) he tried to raise Street Car fares--Also tried to abolish the San Francisco Cable Car System
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I am Christopher Lapham, I was born in Silsbee, Tx and moved to College Station when I was 2 because our house burned down. I grew up in College Station and lived there untill I was 22. At that time I joined the local 54 sheet metal union in Houston and moved here for work. I graduated from sheet metal school after winning first place in the regional sheet metal competition. I worked at the shell westhollow research facility almost 5 years and worked my way up from a journeyman to the welding foreman. During the last year I worked there, I started taking an internet marketing course and started my own business working after hours and on my days off. I have since quit work sheet metal and my focus is now completely on growing my business and spending time with my wife and son, and soon to be daughter.
Programming where the "divinity of doubt" and the necessary logic of reason is the measure toward finding truth.
Lectures, music and readings of classical literature designed to escape the bread and circus of spectator sport extravaganzas that dominate America's Sunday media.
Harpsichord; Rossignolo by Poglietti played by Joyce Har Lindorff.
Poems by Emily Dickinson, Edgar Lee Masters and Bret Harte provided by Libris Vox volunteer readers.
Dr. Kenneth Dowst reads a book review from New World Notes, he is "well into the 3rd decade of exile in central Connecticut."
Today's New Book Network featured author interview: John Lockenour talks with military historian Frank Ellis' "The Damned and the Dead: The Eastern Front through the Eyes of Soviet and Russian Novelists" (University of Kansas Press, 2011)
Lapham's Quarterly Podcast, Historian H. W. Brands talks to LQ editor Aidan Flax-Clark about his new look into the life and career of President Ulysses Grant, the subject of his essay for LQ's Politics issue and of his new book, "The Man Who Saved the Union: Ulysses Grant in War and Peace."
Parts 14 of 16 of the Libris Vox reading of Sir Winston Churchill's "The River Wars."
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We recommended some recent comics and trades for new fans to jump in on, called out fanboys for being jaded hipsters, reviewed the first volume of David Lapham's 'Young Liars,' and hit some of the week's big geek news. Plus, we fawned over 'Breaking Bad,' Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman run, confused Terry Moore with Terry Brooks, paid tribute to comic book legend Joe Kubert, and much more! #DeathToFanboys
Does the Republican primary race - and all elections in general - remind you of a reality TV show? Author, blogger and humorist Michael Hiley thinks it does and shows us how in Hour 1 at 1:15 pm ET. Is your succesful business "self-made", or did you rely on public investment and infrastructure? Michael Lapham argues that every business is built with government help - that "self-made" is a myth. What does Mitt Romney say to that? Tune in in Hour 2 to find out. A new concept in the opinion-driven world of talk radio,Fairness Radio is a daily two-hour on-line and on-air radio show that brings together two dynamic hosts from different sides of the country and different ends of the political spectrum with a shared dedication to entertaining radio. Conservative Chuck Morse and liberal Patrick O'Heffernan interview national guests and experts ranging from Senator Jim DeMint to Howard Dean to explore news, politics and culture from all sides. With an international team experts from all sides of the political spectrum Fairness Radio covers the events of the world like no one else.
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