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TWO STORMS THAT CHANGED THE LIFE OF CHARLES FLETCHER LUMMIS

  Two major storms in different parts of the United States changed the mindset of Writer and Activist for Native Americans Charles Fletcher Lummis. The First Storm On February 4, 1884, a heavy rain began to fall on Chillicothe, Ohio, where Charles Fletcher Lummis lived and worked as an editor of the weekly newspaper, the Chillicothe Leader.  Continue Reading »

KILAUEA ON FIRE

    The frightening television pictures of the volcano Kilauea erupting on the Big Island of Hawaii have been tragic, as the lava flow wipes out homes. All of our hearts go out to the islanders, who have or may lose their homes as fissures open up unpredictably. I remember, years ago, driving completely around  Continue Reading »

WOMEN WHO FLY

It’s Women’s History Month and I’ve been researching some of the women pioneers of aviation. Perhaps the most famous woman aviator was Amelia Earhart and I have been fortunate enough to publish an audiobook of one of her memoirs, “20 Hrs. 40 Mins.”  But Earhart followed a long line of women pioneers. Consider, for example,  Continue Reading »

THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME AND THE STOCK MARKET CRASH

Our confident, high stock market reminds me of another high stock market early in 1929. That was when one of my environmental heros, Gifford Pinchot, buoyed with financial confidence a rising stock market gives, planned the adventure of a lifetime.   Financial security and the end of his Governorship of Pennsylvania presented Pinchot with a  Continue Reading »

Seasons Greetings to the Listen To Read audiobook community

    Over the years, I have voiced many commercials and TV shows based on Clement Moore’s “Twas The Night Before Christmas.” Last year, I recorded the original poem and I offer it to you with Best Wishes for the Holiday Season! Andre Stojka Publisher Listen2Read Audiobooks Listen2Read.com

BEWARE OF ANGRY WHALES

Just when you thought sharks were the only animals to avoid while in the ocean, it seems some angry whales are in attack mode. Whale Attack in Queensland A giant Humpback Whale attacked a 30-foot fishing boat below the water line last week in Queensland, Australia. The pressure from the whale threw the charter boat,  Continue Reading »

THE GOVERNMENT WATER SWAP THAT FLOPPED

Here was the dilemma: Which of these two stunningly beautiful, one of a kind, world class, historically priceless, irreplaceable, works of nature should the US government totally sacrifice, obliterate and destroy, so no future  generations would ever see it? Choose one: A or B? “A” is the stunningly beautiful Steamboat Rock in the Echo Park district  Continue Reading »

THE SECRET GERMAN TELEGRAM THAT PUSHED THE UNITED STATES INTO WAR

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, a secret coded radio transmission from a German transmitter was intercepted by British Intelligence. Great Britain was already at war with Germany. Despite the loss of American lives on the Lusitania, United States President Woodrow Wilson was struggling to keep America out of World War I.    Continue Reading »