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  • 00:06

    Black Man Clay Musical Philosopher: Vietnam War

    in Motivation

    Hello from Sandra Adams.  Black Man Clay and I will talk about the Vietnam War and his days in the life there in the Air Force.  Some may say becoming Black Man Clay may have been the result of post-tramatic stress or the symptoms of Agent Orange.  We'd like to know!  Be sure to call in with any questions.  Perhaps you have a family member who served during this war.  (or any other)


    We will also talk about some of his music on the CD, Trippin Through the Universe.

  • 01:13

    Creating the Vietnam War Memorial with Robert Doubek and Susan Jimison, authors

    in Books

    Author Robert Doubek wrote Creating the Vietnam Veterans Memorial,  detailing the contention and debate behind the creation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Since its dedication in 1982, the memorial has been one of the most visited monuments, honoring the fallen as a cultural icon. However, there was also a great deal of controversy at the time of its inception, with some dismissing it as "a nihilistic slab of stone." The designer, Maya Lin, was also criticized for her ethnicity, spurring a battle in Congress. Authors Robert Doubek and Susan Clotfelter Jimison of the, book DEAR MARK, a tribute to her hero brother who died in Vietnam and a frequent honored guest at the Vietnam Memorial, discuss the Wall and what is means to veterans and Americans in this exclusive LIVE interivew .  To join the conversation and voice your thoughts, please call 347-633-9609.  


    AUTHORS ON THE AIR Host Pam Stack is honored to welcome these fascinating authors to the show.  This is a trademarked, copyrighted podcast solely  owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  http://authorsontheair.com http://facebook.com/authorsontheair

  • 00:55

    VIETNAM WAR FOUNDATION

    in Politics Conservative

    Tune in to this week's edition of "The American Maverick Show" hosted by syndicated talk host Flint Engleman.  
    This week we focus on our military veterans.  We'll highlight the work of the Vietnam War Foundation to inform the public about the Vietnam war and veterans who fought in service to our country.
    Listeners are welcome to call in to the show!  Dial (434)964-1075 anytime during our live broadcast on Sunday from 8:05-8:50pm EDT.
    Featured Guest:
    8:15pm Mr. Robert Hull.  Mr. Hull is the spokesman for the Vietnam War Foundation.  He'll provide information about the work of the foundation and the incredible authenticity of the museum they operate.
    The American Maverick Show is a syndicated radio production by Maverick Media.  We are a proud affiliate of Red State Talk Radio Network.  Follow on Twitter @AmericanMav
    Check out our Top 100 ranked conservative blog at TheAmericanMaverick.com 

  • 00:18

    Why Are Our Veterans Being Denied Medical Help?

    in Military

    There are many Vietnam veterans who are so sick and are still being denied the help that they need to live. To boot, they cannot work and provide for themselves much less their families. Over 2 million veterans still cannot get the help that they need. There are two bills, HR-969 and S. 68 that would help these brave souls obtain the medical assistance that they need. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host June Stoyer talks to Mr. John J. Bury, a retired US Navy and Vietnam War Veteran. He is going to talk about attempts to pass bills HR-969 and S. 68 and why some of our elected officials are choosing to ignore veterans. Stay tuned!


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    Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Monday through Friday @6pm Eastern and visit our contest section at www.theorganicview.com/contests to win one of our monthly prizes!

  • 01:01

    Cherries: A Vietnam War Novel

    in Military

    The July 14, 2011, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former US Army soldier John Podlaski, the author of Cherries: A Vietnam War Novel.
    About the Author
    John Podlaski “served in Vietnam during 1970 and 1971 as an infantryman with both the Wolfhounds of the 25th Division and the 501st Infantry Brigade of the 101st Airborne Division.  He was awarded the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star, two Air Medals, and a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.  He has spent the years since Vietnam working in various management positions within the automotive industry and has recently received a BS in Business Administration.  He is a member of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 154.  John is the author of Cherries : A Vietnam War Novel
    According to  Cherries: A Vietnam War Novel, “It's 1970 - they're 18 years old - drafted and trained by the Army Infantry for five months - sent to Vietnam with others their age to fight in an unpopular war - dubbed "Cherries" by their more seasoned peers - nothing had prepared them for this nightmare - forced to become men overnight - working hard to learn the ropes and earn the acceptance and trust of fellow soldiers. Once they come under fire and witness death firsthand, a life-changing transition begins. This eye-opening account offers readers an in-depth look into the everyday struggles of these young infantry soldiers."

  • 00:31

    1/20/16 w/guest Frank Joyce, co-editor of "The People Make the Peace."

    in Books

    Today's guest is Frank Joyce, editor of "The People Make the Peace: Lessons from the Vietnam Antiwar Movement."


    Frank Joyce, a lifelong political activist, heads the board of a media production nonprofit supporting the anti-hate movement Not In Our Town (NIOT). He and his wife divide their time between Detroit and Paso Robles, Calif. He is a longtime board member for the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR).


    About the book:


    As young adults in the 1960s and 1970s, the nine people featured in this book—including co-editor Frank Joyce, Rennie Davis, Judy Gumbo, Alex Hing, and others—worked to end the U.S. war in Vietnam. Independently of each other, while the United States was still at war, nearly all of them travelled to North Vietnam, risking physical harm and charges of treason back home.


    In 2013, they all revisited Vietnam in a trip organized by the editors of this book. The People Make the Peace presents their reflections on those experiences, providing thoughtful and well informed reflections on a war and an era that deeply affected the United States and the world.

  • 00:41

    Lessons In Fear & Courage With Vietnam War Veteran Dr. Livingston

    in Self Help

    Host Erika Nicole Finn is joined by Vietnam War veteran, author and psychiatrist Dr. Gordon Livingston to talk about fear and its counterparty courage, and how we can all be more courageous in our own lives. 


    About Dr. Gordon Livingston: Dr. Livingston is a graduate of West Point who was awarded the Bronze Star for valor in Vietman, is a psychiatrist and is a writer who contributes frequently to the Washington Post, San Fran Chronicle and Baltimore Sun. His books Only Spring; Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart; And Never Stop Dancing; and How To Love have been published in more than 22 countries. His newest book is The Thing You Think You Cannot Do: Thirty Truths About Fear and Courage. Learn more about Dr. Livingston atwww.gordonlivingston.com.


    About Erika Nicole Finn: Erika is a lifestyle expert and coach, huffington post blogger and host of Live.Love.Grow. She shows clients how to find happiness and live their dream lives, and believes it's never too late to get started. Tweet her @erikanicolefinn, follow her on facebook or sign up for her newsletter at www.erikanicolefinn.com.

  • 00:30

    What Vietnam Vets Need To Know About Agent Orange Dioxin Poisoning

    in Military

    During the Vietnam War, the US military sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange and other herbicides on trees and vegetation. Several decades later, there were numerous concerns about the health effects due to exposure to these chemicals. One of the groups impacted by Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning is the servicemen who were at sea, often referred to as Blue Water Navy. This includes Coast Guard and Fleet Marine personnel. Although it has been over forty years, there are still so many servicemen as well as their offspring who continue to suffer due to Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning. While the United States Veterans Administration offers “eligible Veterans”, a free Agent Orange Registry health exam to assess possible long-term health problems related to exposure, gathering the information is quite a task. However, there are people out there who are doing everything they can to help our veterans get the help that they need. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Mr. John J. Bury, a retired US Navy and Vietnam War Veteran. He is going to talk about Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning and his work as an advocate, helping others that have also been affected.


    Today's show is sponsored by Molecular Bliss, a veteran owned business creating a new and unique molecular line of jewelry for both men and women in the form of neurotransmitters, which are Serotonin, Dopamine, Norepinephrine and Gaba. Pledge on this link to be entered to win a FREE piece of solid gold jewelry!


    Do you like FREE stuff? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Monday through Friday @6pm Eastern and visit our contest section at www.theorganicview.com/contests to win one of our monthly prizes!

  • 00:31

    The Life and Death of Paul Kantner

    in Culture

    The life of Paul Kantner is a window looking out over the last fifty years of the social and artistic movements taking place in America.  

  • 02:05

    AMERICAN VOICE

    in Entertainment

    Rev. Bill McDonald Known in the military veteran community as the ultimate advocate and supporter of both his fellow Vietnam Veterans and former South Vietnamese military allies. He has been assisting and aiding both communities since the end of the Vietnam War and his own return to civilian life. He lobbies both the California State legislature as well as Congress as a pro bono crusader of veteran rights and issues.Bill was a Huey helicopter crew-chief/door-gunner with the famed “Tomahawks” -128th Assault Helicopter Company in Phu Loi, South Vietnam in 1966-67. This was one of the most decorated helicopter units in the war. He was awarded many medals and ribbons including The Distinguished Flying Cross, The Bronze Star Medal, 14 Air Medals, The Purple Heart Medal. His unit was also awarded The Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He was wounded in Nam and has some ongoing injuries that he still deals with today.The California State Assembly as well as The California State Senate honored him with a certificates for his services to the veteran community for over 40 years. Congresswoman Doris Matsui also presented a formal congressional recognition for his services over the last several decades nation wide, as well as within her own congressional district.


    Matthew Merz
    born in 1973 in the great state of Texas
    father is a 37 year retired US Army Ranger ,mother was a stay at home mom ,grew up a military brat -mostly Alaska, Central and South America large family of 4 brothers and 5 sisters ,Boy Scouts of America –Eagle Scout 1992 graduated high school in Tucson, AZ
    attended college at both Pima Community College and the University of Arizona, Tucson joined the Tucson Police Department in 1999
    have 16 years total as a police officer ,last 3 years have been in the Tucson Police K9 unit married 19 years have two boys, 14yrs and 11yrs old


     

  • 01:43

    War a Week Radio with Don Chargin and James Gogue - Canelo, Khan, GGG and more

    in Sports

    Monday, February 8th, at 9PM ET/6PM PT, War a Week Radio presents a special "Canelo, Khan, GGG, and B-Hop" edition of "The Sweet Science" with Hall of Fame boxing legend Don Chargin and three decade fight trainer James Gogue!!


    To kick off this evening's 120 minute broadcast, "The Don" of boxing will share his thoughts on picking up the "Good Guy of Boxing" honors from the Boxing Writers Association of America, as well as Golden Boy Promotions and Canelo vs. Khan!!


    - What was the logic behind Canelo vs. Khan?


    - What's next for Golden Boy Promotions?


    - Was Amir Khan the best option for Canelo Alvarez at this time?


    - Is GGG vs. Hopkins a good idea?  Can Hopkins or Khan spoil a potential blockbuster like Canelo vs. Golovkin?


    - Is Tony Thompson a "trap fight" for Luis Ortiz on March 5th in DC?


    At the 30 minute mark, master strategist and fight trainer James Gogue will discuss the latest developments within the world of boxing!!


    - Was PBC an intent to defraud?


    - What is the hold-up on Ward vs. Barrera?  Does Roc Nation Sports know what they're doing?


    - Is GGG vs. Hopkins realistic?


    - Is Ortiz vs. Thompson a competitive match-up, or a mismatch at this stage in both fighters' careers?


    - Is Matthysse vs. Herrera a mismatch or a competitive bout?  How do both fighters match-up?


    Join us for another all-new edition of War a Week Radio with Don Chargin and James Gogue!!