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  • 00:50

    Memorial Day 2015 Story ofSurvival During a Mortar Attack at Tan Son Nhut AB

    in Radio

    Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith


    Our Topic(s) today: “Memorial Day 2015 Story of One Man's Survival During a Mortar Attack at Tan Son Nhut Air Base in Saigon, Viet Nam.”


               
    If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600

  • 01:26

    Ruth Ann Friend - The Story of David

    in Spirituality

    Join Andrew Aloha “Live”
    with Ruth Ann Friend in “The Story of David”


    Sunday, 24 May 2015
    From 7 – 8:30pm AZT
    A Spiritual Image Productions Event


    “The Story of David” is about the reincarnation of a mother and her son and their return back to earth in order to experience their soul’s evolution, promise, and covenant. Their separate worlds would be extremely different for them coming here from the Light of Peace. They would have many tough choices to make and to go through ……for more on this story go to www.spiritualimageproductions.com/Andrew_Aloha_Live


    For more on Ruth Ann Friend & “The Story of David” go to www.universalconversations.com


    For more on Andrew Aloha go to www.spiritualimageproductions.com/AndrewServices.html


    Intro music, “This Change Is Going to Do Me Good”, by David Young @ www.davidyoungmusic.com


    Halftime music by Larry & Luisa Dunn @ www.larrydunnmusic.com


    For More Visit Us @ www.spiritualimageproductions.com/SIP_divine_events


    WEEKLY WORLD TRANSMISSION MEDITATION GROUP, WedNites, 7 – 9 pm (AZT)
    www.spiritualimageproductions.com/TransmissionMeditation


    90 Day Ascension Journey @ www.90dayascensionjourney.com


    Blessings,
    Andrew Aloha

  • 02:46

    DA should prosecute legitimate crime

    in News

    Coming up this morning... Former City Councilman Bruce Frohman


    DA Birgit Fladager has millions of dollars to fight crime in Stanislaus County.


    Three notable trials in the last decade are examples of how those dollars are used for prosecutorial abuse.


    In all three trials the DA failed to get convictions because they selected the "victims" and then set their investigators out to create the crime.


    Beating up your wife or significant other is a legitimate crime unless of course you are a member of the law enforcement team.

  • 01:04

    Lillian Carriere - Angel Practitioner of The Month!

    in Spirituality

    On today's show:  Hosts Janice Fuchs, Maria Maas and Dax Carlisle welcome their special guest, Certified Angel Practitioner™ Lillian Carriere!  AngelPractitioners.com/Lillian


    Lillian is our Angel Practitioner for The Month of May, and we will be hearing about her journey, working with The Angels...


       …Plus, Angel Messages for their Callers! 949-203-4840


    ...plus, filling you in on the latest News, about AngelPractitioners.com, the Certified Angel Practitioner™ Course, teh Angelic Mediumship & mentoring™ Course, the International Association of Angel Practitioners and MORE!


    ...Join us in the Chat Room (BELOW) and join the conversation! The Chat Room will appear and open before Show Time....


    Connect with us at: Facebook.com/AngelPractitioners and Follow us on Twitter: @MyAngelAdvisors


    Got an Angel Story or Encounter? Simple send your Angel Story(s)/ Encounter(s) via a message on our Facebook Page: Facebook.com/AngelPractitioners or Email it to us at: angelstories@angelpractitioners.com!

  • 02:08

    MEMORIAL DAY 2015

    in Politics

    Many will look back to this Memorial Day 2015 for totally different reasons:


    Latest Free Speech Radio News, support FSRN.org 


    Then the Aboriginal Press News Service (APNS) presents an interview on our American Gulags:


    TheAngryindian speaks with US Psychotherapist and Prisoner Rights Advocate George C. Mallinckrodt, author of 'Getting Away With Murder: A True Story' (2014) based on the tragic and violent death of Darren Rainey, a mentally-challenged state of Florida prison inmate who was literally 'cooked to death' while in custody as a punishment by vindictive correctional guards. They discuss the unconscionable lack of basic human rights and due process accorded to the incarcerated and the absurd levels of routine violence and horrible death-by-officer cases faced by the mentally ill and other vulnerable populations within the largest prison-complex in the world.


    Radio Ecoshock - Climate scientist Paul Beckwith from the University of Ottawa rejoins Alex Smith to investigate latest record heat, melting, and emissions. Are we already entering an extreme climate shift?

  • 00:33

    How Do We Stop This?

    in Politics Conservative

    My Take On It - My daily take on a random topic.


    The news stories of young Black men being killed by police will continue to come.  This story line is simply too enticing for the media to let go.  Sure these stories need to be told but what is the motive and what is the expected outcome of these stories?


    It seems as if these stories are cherry picked and told for the sole purpose of creating a buzz.  In affect they simply pour salt in the wounds of Blacks and Whites alike.  These stories are told with the seeming end gole of just having a story to tell to cause discord and unrest.


    There is an injustice going on here far beyond of any real or percieved injustice to the dead individual involved.  When we see these stories we all pick a side without any real knowledge of the facts.  We jump to judgement of innocence or guilt faster than the judgement of the Bush Gore Election of 2000.


    We all have decided what side we are on and rush to defend Trayvon Martin because of the color of his skin.  We rush to defend the Baltimore PD because Freddie Gray was simply a known thug.


    All of our decisions have been preprogrammed once we simply see a head line or from the opening remark of a "Breaking News" story.  Do we really ever see any real justice?  What kind of good should we all be expecting?


    What about instead of my side "winning" the argument we started to actually realize "hope and change"?  I mean in a way that benefits us all.  What about if we as people of color actively engaged the police instead of avoiding them?  ...


    see full story here http://www.earlhallshow.com/uncategorized/how-do-we-stop-this/


     


     

  • 00:45

    Transgender Woman Alana Sholar and Her Spouse Bobbie Thompson

    in Lifestyle

    Alana Sholar and Bobbie Thompson are a married couple who live in central Kentucky. What is unique about this couple is that Alana is a male-to-female transwoman and Bobbie is a biologically gendered woman.


    Alana, born as Alan in 1961, a time and place where the word transgender was not known, lived and worked on Kentucky thoroughbred horse farms and trained to be a jockey. He also worked various blue collar jobs such as construction, trucking and factory work.


    Alana believed the most difficult task to ever face in life would be telling family and friends she is transgender, but it wasn't. Within months of coming out as transgender she had to tell them that she had been diagnosed as HIV positive.


    Bobbie knew Alan for approximately 25 years and the even shared a traditional male/female relationship in the mid-1990's. Nearly a decade passed when Bobbie saw Alan again in 2006, only this time Alan (he) had become Alana (she). Freaked out, Bobbie told Alana she didn't want to have anything to do with her. Two years later they were married.


    Alana is the author of Hung in the Middle: A Journey of Gender Discovery, and Bobbie tells her side of the story in her memior My Husband Looks Better in Lingerie Than I Do...Damn It.


    Today they still live in the same same Kentucky town where Sholar grew up as a male. They have a blended family of three children, four grandchildren, and two dogs.


    To learn more about their books, please visit http://www.hunginthemiddle.com and http://www.my husbandlooksbetter.com

  • 00:04

    Nancy Virden

    in Lifestyle

    53 is the new 20 Nancy feels as if she's  at the cusp of her life rather than dragging toward the end. At the age of 49, she believed suicide was her only choice. Major depression turned into a suicide attempt, yet four years later she's not the same woman.  


    Therapy unveiled the world of emotions, taught it is ok to pursue self-care, and expressed one's personal value at any age. God used this time to retrain me and to adjust her worldview. 


     


    Nancy's purpose is to tell people they are valuable and life will be worth it again one day, in hopes they will hang on to her story even when they have no faith in their own.   In hopes they will hang on to my story even when they have no faith in their own.   

  • 00:25

    Memorial Day 2015

    in Current Events

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Memorial Day 2015


    Brunswick Military Band Prepare For Action


    Victor Records Light Cavalry Overture


    Columbia the Gem of the Ocean / Harry Macdonough


    Brunswick Military Band ‎– Stars and Stripes Forever March


    The Star Spangled Banner / Frank C. Stanley


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


    www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or oscssw@juno.com


    Victor 35009 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)


    Victor C-1907 11/7/1904 the Star Spangled Banner Take 2 the Star Spangled Banner / frank C. Stanley


    Victor C-2589 Take 2 6/1/1905 Columbia the Gem of the Ocean / Harry Macdonough


    Primary Performers


    Wilfred Glenn (vocalist: bass vocal)


    Frank C. Stanley (vocalist: bass vocal)


    Harry Macdonough (vocalist: tenor vocal)


    Release Date: 11/1908


    Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor 35009 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)," accessed May 19, 2015, http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/29563/Victor_35009.


    Brunswick Military Band ‎– Stars and Stripes Forever March / Prepare For Action


    2010A Brunswick Military Band Stars and Stripes Forever 3850 06/??/20


    John Philip Sousa


    2010B   Brunswick Military Band   Prepare for Action mx # 3846/48 ctrl # 3840/8 Blankenberg


    Victor Records Light Cavalry Overture


    Victor Records 35045-A 12” Shellac


    Victor C-322 10/20/1908 or 12/11/1912


    Written by Suppe


    http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/objects/detail/29603/Victor_35045

  • 00:31

    How Important is One Soul?

    in Motivation

    We talk about people a lot, yet we talk about souls very little. It's a huge leap in thought, in feeling and justifying we are doing at time to one another when we call each other souls and not people. What difference does it mean in everyday life what we call each other and how we view each other and how we treat one another? Do we reduce ourselves by simply saying I am a person and is saying I am a person only half the story? Crazy thought, yet a huge shift in how we build our lives and the relationships that we have in our lives. Tune in and Join in on the Conversation Tomorrow Morning at 5:30 AM, PST! 

  • 00:11

    What's Your Story? Is it Keeping You Stuck?

    in Art

    After a breakup, when people ask you, "What happened?", what do you say? Your response is probably the truth of your experience, but I also believe that many times we can be blind to the full story. That story can also be the very thing that keeps us stuck after a breakup.


    Find out more about love, relationships and moving past your breakup.