Audio Included In Post. Audio ©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Two guests from different sides of the spectrum discussed President Barack Obama’s decision on Afghanistan with Afternoons with Amos listeners. Erin Polly, of the American Friends Service Committee is a peace activist opposed to the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Dr. Marvin Scott is a Butler University Professor […]
Audio Included in Post. President Barack Obama spoke to the nation Tuesday night from the United States Military Academy at West Point explaining his decision to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan and creating a strategy for success and a framework for eventual withdrawal of American forces. You can hear the President’s speech here.
While most of America slept Wednesday night/Thursday morning, President Barack Obama traveled to Dover Air Force Base, where the bodies of 18 U.S. personnel who died Monday in Afghanistan were flown home on an Air Force C-17 transport. Here’s how the scene was described by the White House Pool Media. The President, wearing a dark […]
Audio ©2009 WTLC/Radio One. All week Afternoons with Amos has been privileged to talk with African-American members of Task Force Cyclone, part of the 38th Infantry Division from our Indiana National Guard stationed in Afghanistan. October 20th we spoke with Sgt. Carletha Woods, who’s stationed at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan.
Audio ©2009 WTLC/Radio One. All week Afternoons with Amos has been privileged to talk with African-American members of Task Force Cyclone, part of the 38th Infantry Division from our Indiana National Guard stationed in Afghanistan. October 19th we spoke with Lt. Col. Rodney Babb, commander of a forward base in Afghanistan.
Audio©2009 WTLC/Radio One. Check out for yourself our exclusive Afternoons with Amos interview with South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn. He’s the House Democratic Whip, third in the House Democratic hierarchy behind Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. Clyburn, the top African-American leader in Congress, spoke with me on a number of key issues.