• 01:59

    The American Revolutionary War Battles of January

    in Politics Conservative

    We have covered the battles of Princeton and Trenton before on the show, but I do not think they can be discussed enough. The hardships the Colonials endured and the strength and courage it took to not only to fight in this horrible weather, but just to endure it. No food, little or no clothes or supplies for cold weather. Men marching through the days and night without sleep or in many cases without shoes on their feet.


    We will also talk about the Forage Wars, and what they meant to the men and women on both sides of the battles.


    Join me tonight to see how the men who stood together in ranks pushed themselves to make a stand during the hardest days in the American Revolutionary War, and think about how you would fare in those conditions.


    Hope to see you there!


    -Scout


     


     


     


     

  • 02:05

    American Revolutionary War, The Battles of December

    in Politics Conservative

    Tonight we will talk about the battles that occurred during the month of December during the years of the American Revolutionary War. Starting with a quick discussion of the Boston Tea Party, not an in depth one, since I want to talk about the Tea Party on the radio show, by itself in depth, during the week it actually happened. But there were a dozen battles that occurred during the years of the American Revolutionary War in the month of December and we will talk about them tonight.
    I like to talk about the battles in the month they occurred as it is easier to understand the cold of winter if it is cold outside, and the battles of summer if it is hot outside. Makes sense right? Be sure and take the time to call in and thank your local Appleseed crew on air, they really appreciate it folks, the same way you would.
     
     

  • 00:46

    Virginia's Revolutionary War Brothers

    in History

    Tune in to my Radio Show, Anita Talks Genealogy on July 1st, from 7:00 - 8:00 pm (pst). The Topic is Virginia's Revolutionary War Brothers, and I will be speaking on my ancestors and other soldiers of Color. I have two direct ancestors who served in the Revolutionary War, Charles Lewis was a Seamen and a Soldier (fought in the Battle of Camden), and Rawley Pinn was a Soldier, who fought at the Siege of Yorktown. History is silent on the Battle of Camden, which was a losing Battle. Yet it set the stage for the British Defeat at Yorktown. Charles and Ambrose Lewis were brothers who fought at The Battle of Camden, and Ambrose was severally injured. He was bayoneted clean through and shot nine times, and still survived. The British took him prisoner on board a prison ship, which may be why he survived. Ambrose lived well into his eighties probably sharing tales of his war days with his children and grandchildren. Rawley Pinn was born in Indian town Lancaster County, to Robert and Margaret Pinn. He served an apprenticeship before leaving the area and settling in Amherst County. He was part of the Militia that left Amherst County and joined the unit headed by Marquis De Lafayette. They joined George Washington's forces in Yorktown, were the Battle against the British was being waged. It is an eerie coincidence that one of my ancestors was fighting in a losing battle (The Battle of Camden), while another was participating in the defining Battle of the War (The Siege of Yorktown). We have a Toll Free Call in Number, 1-877-516-6887. Link to Show. Tune in and listen up!
     
    The shows are dedicated to the memory of my beloved Grandson, Kerry Baxter Junior. You are my bright and shining star!

  • 00:31

    "The New Heights Show on Education" Host Kathy Woodring

    in Education

    The New Heights Educational Group, Inc. promotes literacy for children and adults by offering a range of educational support services. Such services include assisting families in the selection of schools, organization of educational activities, and acquisition of materials. We promote a healthy learning environment and enrichment programs for families of preschool and school-age children, including children with special needs.


    This week's topic is “The life of Crispus Attucks, and the Boston Massacre”.


    REFERENCES


    1. http://crispusattucks.org/about/who-was-crispus-attucks - Sources: 1.http://www.africawithin.com/bios/crispus_attucks.htm and http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part2/2p24.html


    2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crispus_Attucks


    3. http://www.history.com/topics/american-revolution/boston-massacre - The Reader’s Companion to American History. Eric Foner and John A. Garraty, Editors. Copyright © 1991 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.


    4. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/newheightseducation/2015/02/16/the-new-heights-show-on-education-host-kathy-woodring


      1. Founding Brothers; the Revolutionary Generation by Joseph J. Ellis ©2000 by Joseph J. Ellis published by Alfred A. Knopf


    ADDITIONAL REFERENCE


    http://www.thegreateducationstruggle.com/46/ - Episode 46 Conversation with Pamela S. Clark, Director of The New Heights Educational Group - December 21, 2014 Posted by Isaac Moffett 


    http://watchknowlearn.org/ - The American Revolution - From YouTube - “On April 19, 1775, the shot heard round the world was fired at the Battle of Lexington and Concord beginning America's Revolutionary War.  In this video you will learn what lead to the war, and the things that happened as a result.”


     


     

  • 02:00

    Letters From The American Revolutionary War

    in Politics Conservative

    On tonights show I will br reading letters written by men a women from both sides of The American Revolutionary War. These letters provide a unique perspective on the events that occurred during the War for American Independence  

  • 01:30

    The Articles of Confederation

    in Education

    Join Burt, Greg, and guests as they analyze the first constitution of the United State of America -- the Articles of Confederation.


    As always, check out OnlyFreemen.com for more information and for supplemental materials for this episode and others.


    We have recently updated the website and we welcome any feedback you may have!


    Callers welcome with questions on these topics at any time -- Call (347) 637-3632. Hope to hear from you!

  • 00:49

    National Liberty Memorial with Maurice Barboza

    in History

    Maurice A. Barboza is the founder and CEO of National Mall Liberty Fund DC, a non-profit authorized by Public Law 112-239 to establish a memorial to African American contributions to liberty during the Revolutionary War. In September 2014, Public Law 113-176 made the National Liberty Memorial eligible for a site in Washington's Monumental Core. He said, "this memorial will remind Americans that it was their vision for America that prevailed."


    Mr. Barboza has written opinion pieces and spoken extensively about the 30-year quest to construct the memorial and his aunt's trail-blazing battle in the mid-1980s for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution. A 2013 book, "Sacrificing Soldiers on the National Mall," by Kristin Haas, and a recent article in the Washington Post, "After 30 years, a site for memorial," by Tom Jackman, tell the story.


    National Mall Liberty Fund DC


    www.libertyfunddc.com


     


     

  • 01:52

    Weird Stuff With Freeman Fly

    in Paranormal

    I know it has been a while since I've done a show here on BlogTalk. For those of you who don't know, I moved The Revolutionary Radio Project over to the Truth Frequency Radio network. I've decided to re-broadcast them here though.


    In this premiere episode of The Revolutionary Radio Project on the Truth Frequency Radio network, I spoke with Freeman Fly about secret societies, the occult symbolism found in our nation’s capitol,the amazing similarities in the Obama family to that of Egypt’s Akhenaten, the Luciferian agenda in the media and more.

    Freeman's website: http://freemantv.com/

  • 02:03

    Healthcare-Medicine During The American Revolutionary War

    in Politics Conservative

    We talk about medicine, hospitals and surgical procedures that folks living during the American Revolutionary War could look forward to.

  • 00:31

    Episode 24: WR Jimmie Logan Simpson: Hardin-Simmons University

    in Football

    On tonight's 24th episode of Inside the War Room we will be joined by WR Jimmie Logan Simpson of Hardin-Simmons University. He plays in the slot and holds value as a returner and special teams player. He runs great routes and shows a nice pair of hands to catch the ball naturally. He is a leader within the locker room and is respected by coaches and teammates alike. He gives 100% everday on the field and wants to do the best in everything he does.


    Jimmie Logan Simpson


    WR 5'9 190


    Hardin-Simmons University.
    Follow his journey going forward toward the NFL at: @JLS_ix


    If you missed any of the past episodes of Inside the War Room check them out at


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

  • 02:02

    Wilted Rose? (ep. 243)

    in Sports

    Sports fans!!!  Join us for another 2 hours of the rawest sports talk on the net.


    We'll recap the week in sports, including initial thoughts on the long overdue Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao bout, the fallout from the NBA trade deadline, highlights from the NFL Combine, Derrick Rose's latest knee injury, and a whole lot more!


    "This portion of the revolution will not be televised, but EVERYBODY can listen."


    Don't miss it!!!

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