Socialists and the Decline of the Civil Rights Movement

socialists and the new civil rights
Sue Kenfield and Kim look at what the consequences are for Colorado if SB-181 passes.

Professor at the University of Kansas offers a course named Angry White Male Studies

Some things are outrageous you can’t make them up. University of Kansas professor Christopher Froth is offering a class called Angry White Males Studies. The class claims to “This course chart the rise of the “angry white male” in America and Britain since the 1950s, exploring the deeper sources of this emotional state while evaluating recent manifestations of male anger.” It’s just the latest example in divisive, politically motivated classes emerging from our nation’s colleges and schools. Ironically, the University of Kansas claims to offer a campus and environment free of discrimination.


The decline of the civil rights movement and the ascent of the socialists

Robert Woodson is a community development leader, veteran of the civil rights movement and founder and president of the Woodson Center Robert Woodson. Woodson and Kim look at the values of the civil rights movement as defined by Martin Luther King and others and then compares them to the current mentality and ideology of the socialists who have taken over the civil rights movement and turned it into a race grievance industry. The civil rights movement was founded on equality and dignity, on giving a person a hand up so he could stand on equal footing with his fellow citizens, regardless of race or gender. The new civil rights movement wants a handout.

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The Search for Alexander “Sandy” Bonnyman Jr.

Clay Bonnyman Evans’ grandfather, Alexander “Sandy” Bonnyman Jr. (May 2, 1910 – November 22, 1943) was a United States Marine Corps officer who was killed in action on Betio Atoll in the Gilbert Islands during World War II. Sandy Bonnyman’s bones lay buried under the sand of Tarawa for over 70 years.

The Amazing Story of Augusta Chiwy

Military historian and author Martin King joins Kim to share the story of Augusta Chiwy and his own story as he sought to find her decades after the end of World War II.

WWII Veteran Frank DeVita

WWII Veteran Frank DeVita joined the Coast Guard to serve our country. He ended up as a ramp operator on a Higgins Boat landing craft on the first wave of soldiers landing at Omaha Beach in Normandy on D-Day.

WWII Veteran Richard Rohleder

Kansas farmboy and WWII Veteran, Richard Rohleder, recently traveled back to the Netherlands for the 75th anniversary of Operation Market Garden.

Edward Snowden’s Permanent Record

In the Age of Information, data is power. Susan Kochevar reviews National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden’s book, Permanent Record.

Healing Our Wounded Warriors

Vietnam veterans Grady Birdsong and Colonel Bob Fischer discuss the powerful healing methods being employed to treat veterans with PTSD.

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