Dead Presidents

Historical facts, thoughts, ramblings and collections on the Presidency and about the Presidents of the United States.

By Anthony Bergen
Posts tagged "Splinter Media Productions"

Here is the trailer for Brotherhood, which you can also watch on our Kickstarter page.  Please share the Kickstarter page with your friends and family, consider making a contribution, and check out the incentives for those contributors who do offer support.  

This documentary is more than a film; it’s an appreciation and a way to preserve for history the stories of those veterans who served and sacrificed, from World War II to the War on Terror. 

In Episode 7 of Overrated Radio, Keith and Anthony start off by discussing “The Street Stops Here”, a wonderful documentary about Bob Hurley, Sr.’s remarkable basketball program at St. Anthony’s High School in Jersey City, New Jersey.  Besides consistent athletic success, Hurley’s players have an outstanding history of academic achievement.

Keith and Anthony talk about a potential project with the American Legion that will help surviving veterans of all American wars tell their unique and often heroic stories.  Keith talks a little about his recent experience broadcasting high school basketball games, and answers questions about his writing interests.  Anthony answers questions about a potential political career, as well as the likelihood of major assassinations in today’s seemingly highly-secure atmosphere.  Finally, the guys end Episode VII by giving an update on whatever happened with their MMA training.  Listen to Overrated Radio now, or download it here!

The Street Stops Here

(I forgot to make this an audio post earlier…oops!)

It’s Episode VI of Overrated Radio with Keith Davis and Anthony Bergen. The guys talk about the new film, “Black and Blue: The Story of Gerald Ford, Willis Ward, and the 1934 Michigan-Georgia Tech Football Game”, which they viewed before the podcast and is a rare instance where Keith’s obsession (University of Michigan athletics) and Anthony’s obsession (Presidential History) intersect.

Keith discusses his experience at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, and the guys answer questions from Anthony’s readers. Check out the sixth episode of Overrated Radio!

Black and Blue: The Story of Gerald Ford, Willis Ward, and the 1934 Michigan-Georgia Tech Football Game

Overrated Radio, Episode V

Freshly recorded, it’s the fifth episode of Overrated Radio starring Keith Davis and ME.  This week we talk about Keith’s upcoming induction on Sunday into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame along with his high school basketball teammates.  I talk about the unpredictable battle for the Republican Presidential nomination which went from a seemingly unstoppable Mitt Romney victory to a toss-up after the South Carolina Primary as the GOP heads to Florida.  I also give my non-sarcastic thoughts about President Obama’s State of the Union Address.

As always, we answer your questions and covers subjects such as First Ladies, Presidents, Keith’s obsession with University of Michigan athletics, and any children that we may or may not have.  We also talk about our experiences with Tumblr, why Keith’s original Tumblr was shut down, and the reason we did not or do not follow very many people.  We wrap up with talk about the WWE’s Royal Rumble, which we were scheduled to attend before Keith’s dumb Hall of Fame induction was announced.

Listen now to Episode V of Overrated Radio (I use Roman numerals because the look classier) or download it here.

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