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For The MADASHECC Radio Show's third installment, we have decided to cover a piece of American history...the War of 1812. This is a war that is often ignored in our grade school history books and we're willing to bet most of our listeners are unaware of how the war began and what it was fought for...or even who we fought it with. And during our history lesson today, Mad Mike will treat us with his story telling skills and talk to us about how our Star Spangled Banner came to be. You're sure to be entertained this week, so stop on in and pull up a chair. Don't forget to call in with any questions or insights to the story you may have. And as always...Long Live the Republic!
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Professor Hickey will share with us many little known facts and issues about the war of 1812 that played major roles in the early part of this country's history and direction.
In honor of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and our Nation's birthday, World Footprints will travel the "Star-Spangled Banner" Trail by land and by sea through Maryland. Our first stop will be two historical sites in Baltimore--Ft. McHenry and the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House. Then we will explore Southern Maryland and travel to historic Jefferson Patterson Park and the Sotterley Plantation where we’ll learn about the two largest naval battles in Maryland’s history—the Battles of St. Leonard Creek. Finally, we will travel to Maryland’s capital in Annapolis to visit the U.S. Naval Academy for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Academy where we’ll learn about many artifacts from the War of 1812.
For more information about Maryland’s role in the War of 1812 visit www.StarSpangled200.org.
This show is going to be a short one but definietly worth your time. We will be discussing the future plans for War Zone Radio and Media Arts. We will be discussing our budget, content and programming. We may even have a kickstarter launch date! Also, I recap and review Guardians of the Galaxy! Tune in and join the fun.
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say each Monday to Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Bill Roggio, the Managing Editor of The Long War Journal, joins the show to discuss the many conflicts & terror groups out there.
We are bombarded every day with news of rebels in Syria that must be "dealt with", rebels that we kind fo actually armed. Ukranians rebelling and Russia supposedly needing to be "dealt with", China "misbehaving" and needing to be "dealt with". Why? Why is our government pushing so hard in the direction of war?
Historical cycles have shown us time and again that in times of economic and trade wars, actual "hot" wars are soon found. Why is this happening now? And what are the repercussions for Americans if we end up in a global war, perhaps on several fronts?
And we will talk about the current push for opening up a super highway for illegal immigration and the effect it is having on America.
What should you be doing as this is rushing at America headlong?
Join me tonight for discussion of the dangerous world we are living in, (and creating) and for ideas on what you should be doing now to try and prevent us from following this dangerous path, and preparing for what may come if we continue to push our nation into war.
Call in number is 347-308-8790, and there is a chat room that accompnaies the show where you can comment and ask questions in real time.
Hope to see you here,
Join The War Room Generals this week for the latest and greatest in sports talk!
We'll talk to Fred Perdue of Heavy in the Games to hear what's going on in college football as we await the start of the season. We'll also discuss some NFL training camp stories and tackle some more hot topics.
Lastly, we'll touch on the hot button issue of the week; Stephen A. Smith was suspended for a week from ESPN for comments he made about domestic violence, in the wake of the Ray Rice situation. We will break down our thoughts on his comments, the suspension, and domestic violence in our society.
You DON'T wanna miss this one!
Let's have some fun this Friday, let's flashback to the Cold War.
Old Cold War and Civil Defense films and other media can be just plain funny. Were we really so naive to think a newsaper could protect from nuclear fallout?
On the other hand, programs of the era reinforced traditional American values and practical survival advice, something largely missing from mass media messages today.
We'll pull bits and pieces from some old Civil Defense soundtracks, and pepper them within Friday's Don and Doug. We'll also compare and contrast the Cold War of yesteryear with the new emerging cold wars at home and abroad.
Yes, at home.
Today, the concept of cold war could arguably be applied not only to tensions with forces abroad, but also between competing political forces here in the U.S.
Agree or disagree, we invite you to join us starting at 1:00 pm EDT Friday.
Yes, Friday's program will also have our customary "connecting the dots" commentary on the week's current events.
On this weeks Critical Conversations we talk with Dr. Jim Picht, senior political editor and an expert on Ukraine and Russia and ask if we are entering into "Obama's Cold War." Even if you lived through any portion of the Cold War (1946-1991) you might not understand the media's question "Are we entering Obama's Cold War? a term that most often refers to post-war tensions between the US and the Soviet Union following World War II. Coincidentally, it was during the Cold War, on Septembe 1, 1983, that the Soviet Union shot down Korean Air Lines Flight 007, a Boeing 737 with 269 people aboard, incluidng a sitting congressman, when it violated Soviet airspace.
Also on the show will be guest host Bob Siegel, Communities Writer (Forbidden Table Talk) and radio host on KCBQ 1170, San Diego. Bob will be speaking with Dr. Richard A. Nixon, a practicing attorney in Califorina, Viet Nam vet and author of the controversial book "America, An Illusion of Freedom."
Writers are often recognized for their work and Communities writer Joseph Cotto (The Conscience of a Realist) a nationally syndicated writer that has been recognized by King Kigeli V, Rwanda, for his series on the king who is living in exile in Virginia. Joseph can now claim rights to the title of His Excellency, a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Crested Crane for his servie to the Kingdom of Rwanda and of the Royal House of Nyinginya.
Dr. Picht returns to the studio to talk to Joseph about Rwanda, King Kigeli V and the present day political temperature in this state often forgotten in the worlds bigger headlines.
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