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More than two centuries ago this week, the great American experiment was put down on paper when 39 visionaries signed the U.S. Constitution, and Claire joins Jim to talk about what that means to us today.
Burton Folsom
Burt and Jim celebrate Labor Day by talking a little about its history and why there should be more recognition of the business owner, not just the employee.
Kenneth Davis
What do you know about the history of Labor Day? Ken joins Jim to discuss this history and the legacy of the labor movement in the U.S.
You know who James Audubon is, but do you really know him? Lawrence joins Jim to talk about the real Audubon and what his impact was on the shaping of America.
Kenneth Davis
What do you know about the history of Independence Day in America? Ken joins Jim to review some of the truths and misconceptions about the celebration we know as the Fourth of July.
One of the most beautiful parts of the USA is Albemarle county Virginia, and Avery talks with Jim about why it was important for him and his co-author to chronicle this historically important region of America with words and photographs.
John joins Jim to celebrate Father's Day. What does it take to be a good parent? A delicate balance between work and family is essential to achieving healthy relationships with children.
Someone once said, "you are what you eat." Jan talks with Jim about what to eat if you want to have high energy, look good and not get sick, including what she calls "superfoods."
Jim Blasingame
Jim begins this Memorial day by remembering the origins of this holiday and celebrating the men and women who serve our country. He also honors the small business volunteers who sacrificed their lives.
Kenneth Davis
Do you know what Memorial Day is REALLY all about? Tune is as Ken and Jim talk about the origins of this holiday and those whom we should be remembering.

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