A Daughter’s Mission
Special tribute to American hero Mike Spann – the first American killed in combat in the war on terror – as told by his daughter, Alison.
The untold story behind the American Christmas tree industry and some unique perspective (& tree buying tips!) with the National Christmas Tree Association.
FDD's Jonathan Schanzer joins us to talk Saudi Arabia, Turkey & America - and how an alleged assassination has the potential to derail the trajectory of America's foreign policy in the Middle East. 10 minutes on the high stakes and what to know.
3 years ago, Gianna Masciantonio, suffering from a terrible brain tumor, was kissed by Pope Francis on Market Street in Philadelphia. Weeks later, she began to make a miraculous recovery that earned her the nickname "Miracle On Market" . But that's NOT the true story. Listen to it as told by her mother Kristen and be forever changed.
The recent turmoil in Nicaragua has gone mostly overlooked. Our guest this week explains why it matters as he aptly points out: "We don't really know what liberty is, what freedom is, until it's taken away from us."
“There was a certain graciousness about all of them…and when the cameras aren’t on them, the true personalities are there and they’re really exceptional people and we base our opinions on the presidents about little snippets on the news, politics and things like that…the stress that they bare is really really remarkable.”
SmartHER News sits down with Clay Craighead, historian at the Washington Crossing State Park, for a story that will send chills down your spine and make you appreciate America in a whole new way.
“Ellis Island was very unpopular much in the media. When it was opened it was very controversial, and as the years went on become more controversial. So these things happening today, the issues are a little different but these controversies and some of the main points are the same. There were some of the same issues about jobs, and crimes and terrorism, and all those things were leveled then in 1890.”