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  • 01:58

    Old Men Stories 05-02-2016

    in Entertainment

    First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 018: Hearing and Being Heard


    Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young


    In this eighteenth episode of "Old Men Stories" (originally aired in April 2012) you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.


    Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"


    Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits


    Featured Singer / Songwriters and Songs Played:


    1. Randy Barlow: "Willow Run"
    2. Jeremie Ray Faga: "A Little Crazy"
    3. Angie Senger and Roland Willits: "Mystic Magic Hymn 3" (Intermission)
    4. Donna S Scheer: "Rocky Mountain Sky"
    5. Boxcar Bob: "Hobo Blues"


    In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.


    Listen live and join the chat at:  http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com

  • 01:59

    Old Men Stories 04-25-2016

    in Entertainment

    First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 017: The Body of the Story


    Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young


    In this seventeenth episode of "Old Men Stories" (originally aired in April 2012) you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.


    Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"


    Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits


    Featured Singer / Songwriters and Songs Played:


    1. Preston Jones: "In Every Song"
    2. Carolyn Carter: "River of Life"
    3. Boxcar Bob: "The Cowboy and the Hobo" (Intermission)
    4. Don Joy & Melanie Lynn: "What Have I Done?"
    5. Pat Boilesen: "Meet Misery"


    In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.


    Listen live and join the chat at:  http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com

  • 01:59

    WORLD WIDE ARRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    MYTHS ABOUT MALCOLM X by, Reverend Albert Cleave
    SPEECH DELIVERED IN DETROIT FEBRUARY 24, 1967


    "I am not a Marxist  I don't pretend to be, I don't even preTend to know anything about it. I am a black man in a world dominated by white oppression, and that is my total philosophy.  I would like to get rid of that impression, and that is my total objective.  Son I bring to this occasion rather a simple approach personal reflections on the significance of Malcolm X.
    I can remember a number of occasions when I talked to him, when I was with him, when I was with him, when I spoke on platforms with him; and so I am not indebted to printed material for my impression of Malcolm X .  I remember the last time he was in the city --not so much the speech, which was not one of his best by any means; it reflected, I think, much of the tension that he was under so much pressure .t
    Hat he was under, much of the confusion, the constant living on the brink of violence.  But I can remember him backstage, in the Gold room, I think they call it, of Ford Auditorium. Recently he had suffered smoke inhalation, the doctor had given him an injection, when trying to sleep, he was irritable.  But he was there because he had promised to be there, because he thought some people were concerned about what he had to say."

  • 00:14

    Too OLD for Success? Don't Block Your Fantastic Future.

    in Christianity

    According to a Facebook chat with a friend who is almost 50 years old, she was "too old" for the kind of work needed to have success in her life.


    Since I am the same age as she is, I challenged her on that because I do not feel too old for success, in fact, I am counting on success in my rebound from the financial disaster my family experienced in the 2006-2010 recession.


    Moses began his ministry to the children of Israel at 80 years old.  An Inc.com article shared the result of several powerhouse leaders who found their success on the other side of 40-years-old.


    I intend for this show to encourage you to rethink what OLD means, and if you are thinking you are getting too old for success, ditch that stinking thinking

  • 01:59

    Old Men Stories 04-18-2016

    in Entertainment

    First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 016: Touch and Feel


    Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young


    In this sisteenth episode of "Old Men Stories" (originally aired in April 2012) you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.


    Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"


    Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits


    Featured Singer / Songwriters and Songs Played:


    1. Terry Smith: "A Long Way Home"
    2. Ronnie Jay Wheeler: "The Book Of Empty Pages"
    3. Roland Willits, Angie Senger: "Mystic Magic 2" (Intermission)
    4. Troy Adams: "Where Have All The Years Gone"
    5. Francis Hahn: "Not In My Lifetime"


    In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.


    Listen live and join the chat at:  http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com

  • 01:29

    Diamond's World Presents JL Sapphire

    in Books

    Join me as I talk to Author JL Sapphire about her literary journey and catalog.

  • 02:02

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

     


    Tonight we continue with chapter 2 of MALCOLM X THE MAN AND HIS TIMES, The Myths about Malcolm X.


    "We have a great tendency to turn our leaders over to somebody else.  Who is the custodian of Malcolm’s tradition? Who is the custodian? But we aren’t acting like it.  You know who the custodian is, don’t you?  —there he sits, right there. If Mr. Breitman stopped writing, nobody would write anything.  And he’s doing it in terms of what he believes is a proper interpretation.  If we want to preserve our heroes, we have to become the custodians of that tradition.  Who is the custodian of DuBois?  Black people? No, we don’t have one thing that he wrote.  The Communist Party has it, and they will let us read what they want us to read.  

  • 01:15

    It's A Kentucky Basketball Recruiting World

    in Basketball

    Will put the subject matter up on tuesday of next week. Call 516-595-8069.

  • 01:58

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Tonight we will continue our book on Malcolm X THE MAN AND HIS TIMES, edited by Dr. John Henrik Clarke. Essay number two is wiritten by a fellow clergyman.  "Certainly Brother Malcolm wanted to relate our struggle, the struggle of black people in America, to the struggle of black people everywhere.  I say to the struggle of black people everywhere, because that is a struggle that he understood, that I understand, and that you understand.,   I am not talking about relating it to the struggle of oppressed people everywhere, but relating it to the struggle of BLACK people everywhere.  But he expected little help from the Africans and the African nations.  Malcolm wasn’t running around Africa thinking that the African nations were going to free us.  Malcolm wasn’t that kind of an idiotic idealist.  He went to our black brothers because they were our bothers.  He talked to them about our problems, and we are as concerned about their problems as we want them to be about our problems.  But he didn’t go to Africa expecting them to free us. Sometimes we forget that, and we sit around waiting for somebody in Africa to send somebody over here to free us— “like Malcolm said they were going to.”  He never said it and they were never going to do it.  If you are going to be free, you are going to free yourself, and that is what Malcolm told us.  The African nations can’t free us, they can’t save us.  They couldn’t even sabe Lumumba in Africa, they couldn’t save the black people of Rhodesia; they couldn’t free black people of South Africa. The why should we sit here in our own brutality, waiting for some mysterious transformation when back armies from Africa are coming over here and free us?  They could use some black armies from over here to free them." Myths about Malcolm X by Reverand Albert Cleage Feb. 24, 1967

  • 02:00

    In Such a Chaotic World, How Can One Find Peace?

    in Current Events

    ISIS, Muslim Brotherhood, Liberal Ideology, LBGT forced bathroom policies, Calaphate, all these world problems and the mainstream media LOVES to capitalize on. No wonder so many people are on meds and full of anxiety. In this stress filled world, how can anyone take solice in the fact that God is in control? Even if you do not believe in a "higher power", ask yourself this simple question. How can one survive the onslaught of "worldly values" vs virtuous ones? Tonight, John and Doug will discuss not only what is going on but how one may deal with all this. Our special guest is Pastor Bill LaShelle, Pastor of New Life Fellowship Church. Bill will discuss what pastors SHOULD be talking about but all too many times, do not. If you think that Christians should just sit back passively and let the world go by, you are in for an education and a treat at the same time. This show will be a current events show, not a "religious" show. Join us at 7pm EST.

  • 01:59

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    “The assassination of Malcolm X upset a good part of the American public. We were upset, and we tend to remain a bit on edge, not because Malcolm was a martyr to the cause of civil rights or because of any inherent contributions. he may have made to the solution of our race problems, but because he was the no compromising symbol of resistance and the spokesman for the non-nonviolent “black man” in America.  We were uneasy because the murder of Malcolm X could have set off a Chinese type “tong war” within the black nationalist factions striving for leadership of the masses in the Harlem’s of America


    We were aghast and dismayed by the 1964 Summer riots, by the looting and the wanton destruction of property, but the riots were not organized and led by any recognized leader, and they were riots against property  rather than against people.  They expressed the resentment and the hatred of the frustrated, pinned up Harlem lower class, but there were few instances of attacks against the human objects of this furry, which included the Negro middle class no less than the hated Jew and the “blue-eyed devils” whose commercial presence in Harlem is exasperatingly ubiquitous and so bitterly resented.”