Vicki Goes to Washington
My patriot Pal, Victoria Jackson, gives a nice shout out on her website, Vicki Goes to Washington:
"Beautiful video", wow, thanks Vicki!
James Kole performs Jerry Garcia's: The Wheel
AMERITOPIA by Mark Levin.
COOKING WITH KOLE
Episode 1: The 20 Second Breakfast
Original Release Date: 1.17.2012
At 9:11 AM EST, an exuberant occupywallst.org declares: "opening bell delayed", only the opening bell rings at 9:30 AM EST which it precisely did this morning.
DOWNTOWN PRESCOTT SEPTEMBER 16-18FREE ADMISSION! The Arizona “Best Fest” is a series of festivals, in each of Arizona’s Territorial Capitols that will present our diverse and vibrant culture, honor the past, and celebrate our future, feature our military, pay tribute to our state with a dignitary salute and highlight performances by many well known Arizona Entertainers. The “Best of Arizona” will truly be emphasized with the “Local First” involvement of the many: wineries, micro breweries, locally renowned restaurants, top chefs, foods, arts and merchandise crafted right here in Arizona. The Centennial Commission will be working with existing festivals and events throughout the state requesting they bring their “best” to this “once in a lifetime” series of Centennial festivals that when combined, will create the largest and most educational festival in our state’s history.
BigDawg Spotlight On: American Folk Blues Artist James Kole
by Lisa Mei Norton
James Kole's "Don't Tread On Me" now appearing on the new CD compilation: Lloyd Marcus Presents "Tea Are The World" Benefiting America's Mighty Warriors. A grassroots effort to raise funds for the men and women who have faithfully served and sacrificed so much for the freedoms we enjoy every day.
100% of the proceeds of this 2 CD/Documentary DVD go to America's Mighty Warriors .org
The CD/DVD project sells for $35 and the Patriot Package with CD/DVD and T-Shirt is $45
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Thank You Armed Forces.
Armed Forces Day
"United in Strength"
Saturday, May 21, 2011
President Harry S. Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country.
On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force Days. The single-day celebration stemmed from the unification of the Armed Forces under one department -- the Department of Defense.
James Kole on Liberty Juice
James Kole's "Liberty Tree" appearing on the Liberty Juice Blog.
Singer/Songwriter and Lover of Freedom.