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We are excited to announce we have added an additional show/channel to our repertoire! Our first weekly, Sunday 3-4pm WWII show already premiered on Cruisin 1430 AM, 11/5 @3pm. We are calling it, "The Americhicks' WWII Project." The new website is: http://www.cruisin1430.com/. This is in addition to KDMT!!
This week on Americhicks' WWII Project
11/26 - JOE VAN EYZEREN, SAILOR - JOE VAN EYZEREN was a young sailor who worked in the engine room of the Destroyer, the USS Murphy. This was difficult and hot work. Joe's story will remind you of the discipline, perseverance & dedication of the men and women of "The Greatest Generation." It will remind us how lucky we are for our men and women in the military.
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While our government seeks to create solutions with good intentions, the painful truth is many times their solutions end up hurting the very people they seek to help. History has proven that the free market offers more effective, more efficient and less expensive solutions that can actually lift all boats! Join us in becoming a movement by bringing your solution!!
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Join the battlefield of ideas today and help us start this movement!
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The detention center at Guantanamo Bay is one of the most notorious prisons in the world.
It's located on the eastern edge of Cuba, on a sprawling naval base where ABC News' David Muir and his team recently traveled.
Since the Sept. 11 attacks, the prison has held nearly 800 detainees, more than 700 of whom have been subsequently cleared for release and transferred to 59 countries, including Uruguay, Albania and Bermuda.
Currently, 19 detainees are cleared for transfer to other countries, which leaves 41 that the U.S. government refuses to release.
See more of David Muir during his trip to Guantanamo on "Nightline" at 12:35 a.m. ET
Among those prisoners are the so-called worst of the worst, including Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the accused mastermind of the 9/11 attacks.
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