Occurrences and people in the US throughout history
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Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice— I am Fierce and Fearless— I am here to tell the truth—I mean lets be honest—somebody has to—And—I'm the guy— Here are three big Things you need to know right now— Three— Urban Meyer—has been a man who knows how to win—but now he is on a major skid—his NFL team can't win a game—and he is being plastered all over social media—for his post game festivities— Two— China's Xi Jinping—says it is time for re-unification—as he sets his sights on Taiwan—and makes plans to take back the sovereign nation—and claim it as his own— One— The Southern Border is about to get hit—by the biggest wave in American history—of illegals—demanding they come into our country—your country—my country—and demand that we owe them something— Oh make no mistake this is a game changing event— this is a real warning to all of you—they are coming like never before—and it is crystal clear—this is what Joe Biden and his Administration want to happen— This is planned and its what they want—there is nothing else you could possibly get out of this—how else could you explain the willingness to let tens of thousands of illegal foreigners into your country—without caring at all—where they came from—where they are going or what they intend to do—
Fall Marathons are back! The 125th running of the Boston Marathon is being held on Indiginous People's Day, October 11th, in Massachusetts. We talk to one of the best road runners in American History, Patti Dillon, about her career, being the fastest Native runner in history and how she is staying connected to the Native Community. Patti also talks about the power of the mind in running, her unique journey from smoker to Marathon champion and how healing trauma is the way forward in life. Molly does this interview solo and missed Ro and Alysia big time! Also this interview was done in the Fairmont Copley Lobby so there is some ambient crowd noise as we catch up live-ish among the hubub of pre-Marathon preparations. Check out Wings Of America here, and follow Patti Dillon on instagram @pattispeaks227
Co-hosts Idris Elbow and Nookie Bishop, Jr. sit down to discuss bats, social media spying and other shit like that. Librrary to all episodes : https://digitalgumbo.simplecast.com
A filmmaker, professor, journalist, and brewer walk into a bar...or rather, a panel, hosted by Theresa McCulla on October 22nd. This virtual event is in collaboration with the National Museum of American History and will discuss beer in the US, the past and present. Aside from this exciting event, Theresa shares how her work as the curator of the American Brewing History Initiative has morphed over the past year to capture the ongoing evolution of the craft beer community. If you are in the DC area, check out the American Brewing Exhibit at the National Museum of American History!
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, the senate held a hearing with the “Facebook whistleblower” yesterday, setting the stage for the most far reaching censorship campaign in American history. Also, an ESPN anchor is pulled off the air after criticizing vaccine mandates. And Dave Chappelle has a new comedy special out. The media insists that it is “incendiary” and “bigoted,” so you know it must be good. Finally, race baiter Ibram X Kendi preaches his version of the Gospel message, and it is as heretical as you might expect. You petitioned, and we heard you. Made for Sweet Babies everywhere: get the official Sweet Baby Gang t-shirt here: https://utm.io/udIX3 Subscribe to Morning Wire, Daily Wire's new morning news podcast, and get the facts first on the news you need to know: https://utm.io/udyIF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 1893, an American backed coup d'état overthrew the royal government of Hawai'i, setting the stage for the archipelago's annexation by the United States five years later. On 7th July 1898, President McKinley signed the Newlands Resolution annexing the islands and creating a new US territory in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. This example of naked imperial aggression set the stage for the economic and political transformation of Hawai'i. The American naval presence was greatly expanded as too was the plantation-based economy. However, Americanization was also felt in the cultural sphere, through the transformation of the education system. How did American rule change the Hawaiian education system? What were the objectives of this transformation? And how did this affect the people of the islands? Dr. Michelle Morgan Michelle Morgan is an associate professor and coordinator of the BSED-history program at Missouri State University. She completed her PhD in American History with a minor in Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her teaching and research focus on the history of American education, the American West, and American empire. Her work explores the roles schools have played in competing definitions of “American” in newly acquired territories, emphasizing the participation of teachers as cultural agents and the ways in which gender and identity shape teachers' roles in classrooms and communities. Thank you, guys, again for taking the time to check this out. We appreciate each and every one of you. If you have the means, and you feel so inclined, BECOME A PATRON! We're creating patron only programing, you'll get bonus content from many of the episodes, and you get MERCH! Become a patron now https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents? Please also like, subscribe, and follow us on these platforms as well, (specially YouTube!) THANKS Y'ALL YouTube: www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast Twitch: www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Twitter: @TIRShowOakland Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland The Dispatch on Zero Books (video essay series): https://youtu.be/nSTpCvIoRgw Medium: https://jasonmyles.medium.com/i-was-a-teenage-anarchist... Pascal Robert's Black Agenda Report: https://www.blackagendareport.com/author/PascalRobert Get THIS IS REVOLUTION Merch here: www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com Get the music from the show here: https://bitterlakeoakland.bandcamp.com/.../coronavirus...
Political consultant and podcaster Luke Thompson (https://twitter.com/ltthompso) joins Emmet to talk through the problem of political ossification. They talk through realignment theory, conceptions of political time, how party coalitions have changed over time, the shifting nature of American political institutions, and, of course, why nothing feels possible. Check out Luke's podcast with Jay Cost, Constitutionally Speaking (https://www.nationalreview.com/podcasts/constitutionally-speaking/). Subscribe to our Patreon to get two exclusive episodes a month! Closing Song: "Talk Anyway" by Found Footage (https://foundfootageokc.bandcamp.com/).
My husband Rich joins me in the studio this week to share about the BIG SURPRISE our children gave us! Next week, we begin the series "Equipped to SOAR" - what are the ingredients to effectively prepare your kids to soar beyond the nest? It begins NOW, right where your kids are TODAY. They aren't too young to begin preparing them to soar!
Author Peter Houlahan talks Norco '80: The True Story of the Most Spectacular Bank Robbery in American History. (2019) www.peterhoulahan.com
Author Peter Houlahan talks Norco '80: The True Story of the Most Spectacular Bank Robbery in American History. (2019) www.peterhoulahan.com
In this episode, we sit down with Don Shafer, historical interpretive ranger at Wilderness Road State Park, aka "Martin's Station" located in Southwest Virginia. Don has been doing some incredible work on the relatively unknown history of spies on the frontier during the American Revolution. This is a great episode about a very little understood and known part of American history and is absolutely not what think it will be. Please help us out by taking 20 seconds and giving us a rate and review or tell us how we can make a better show. We Appreciate Youz Guyz! Please help us out by leaving a comment and sharing our show with others! Don't forget to Subscribe, Comment & leave us a rating and review. We also have a YouTube Channel "Chasing History" where we take you into the field with the men & women who discover history!
In this quick bonus episode, I discuss one of my favorites Minds in History! "The Father of the Political Cartoon," Thomas Nast... A man who is connected to more American History than you could ever imagine, way more than just Santa!Key Topics: Political Cartoons, Republicans, Democrats, Boss TweedSupport the show here and get access to all sorts of bonus content:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=34398347&fan_landing=trueBe sure to follow me on Facebook at "Drinks with Great Minds in History" & Follow the show on Instagram @drinkswithgreatminds_podcastMusic:Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3845-hall-of-the-mountain-kingLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Artwork by @Tali Rose... Check it out!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=34398347&fan_landing=true)
Stacy Tilney is the Communications Director at the Salem Witch Museum in Salem, MA. The Salem Witch Museum examines one of the most enduring and emotional events in American History…the Salem witch trials of 1692 and provides an immersive look into the events of 1692. Visitors experience the drama of that dark time though thirteen life-size stage sets, figures, lighting and narration as they are witness to the web of lies and intrigue of the Salem witch-hunt. And that's what we were talking about in this archived podcast. On their website there is an online tour that you can take and it can be found at https://salemwitchmuseum.com/witch-trials-online-tour/.
For 13 weeks, we continued a conversation that first began over 200 years ago between Federalists and Anti-Federalists. Why is it relevant to continue this conversation? It's because we belong in a community. The Preamble echoes this as it does not begin with “I, the individual” but with “We, the people.” In continuing this conversation we realize human nature and the natural tendencies we have to join social and political groups, quarrel and ask questions. In human nature, the gravitation towards power is constant, therefore we divide it to prevent its corrupting tendency. Join Professor Gordon Lloyd from Pepperdine University and our panel as we continue this conversation!
You might think it's obvious that the story of food, of cookbooks is central to understanding our culture and history. But it was not always so. Our storyteller today is Barbara Haber, a towering figure in making sure that “food,” and “women” and cooking were recognized as critical to the study of American Culture and American History. As curator of books at Harvard's Schlesinger Library for more than 30 years, she collected more than 16,000 cookbooks plus the papers of notables like her friend, Julia Child, and argued (controversially!) for the recognition of Culinary History as a serious academic departments, now all over the country. . If you don't yet know who Barbara Haber is, prepare to be amazed.Photo Courtesy of Barbara HaberHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Let's Talk About Food by becoming a member!Let's Talk About Food is Powered by Simplecast.
Do you believe in ghosts? To kick off season four with spirit, Mary and Gary examine some of America's most haunting tales—both fiction and nonfiction—to discover larger revelations about our own humanity. Ghosts, spirits, phantoms, and apparitions: why do they have such a prominent role in our past and present?BRI's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/BillofRightsInst
Andrew Ali Aghapour (he/him/his) is a scholar and comedian based in Durham, North Carolina. He is the Consulting Scholar of Religion and Science for the Religion in America Initiative at the National Museum of American History, and the co-author, with Peter Manseau, of the forthcoming Discovery and Revelation: Religion, Science, and Technology in America (Smithsonian Books, 2021). Andrew holds a Ph.D in religious studies from UNC Chapel Hill and an M.Phil in the history and philosophy of science from Cambridge University. He is the writer/performer of Zara, a one person show about immigration and the history of monotheism. Andrew was the co-founder, with Michael Schulson, of Religion Dispatches' The Cubit, and the managing editor, under Myrna Sheldon, of Harvard Divinity School's Cosmologics. Follow Dr. Aghapour on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AndrewAghapour Visit Sacred Writes: https://www.sacred-writes.org/2021-cohorts
The Christmas stories of 19th century America provide a window into American history itself. These stories reflect the values and politics of pre- and post-Civil-War America, in addition to chronicling the makings of our modern Christmas celebration. That's the topic of the new book, Christmas Past: An Anthology of Seasonal Stories from Nineteenth-Century America. The author, professor Thomas Ruys Smith from the University of East Anglia, joins me in this episode for a Christmassy literary tour through a century — with many surprises along the way. This is our final episode of September. One Ber Month down, three to go! Stay subscribed for more Ber Month fun leading up to the "official" Christmas Past season, starting on Thanksgiving Day. Share your Christmas memories on the podcast! Record a voice memo into your phone and send it to christmaspastpodcast at g mail dot com Music in this episode "Allie Mine" — Blue Dot Sessions, via Free Music Archive
The transatlantic slave trade dominated in North America during the 17th and 18th centuries. But by 1808, a different slave trade came to dominate in the young United States, the domestic or internal slave trade. Joshua D. Rothman, an award-winning historian, Professor of History at the University of Alabama, and author of the book, The Ledger and the Chain: How Domestic Slave Traders Shaped America, leads us on an exploration of the United States' domestic slave trade and the lives of three slave traders who helped to define this trade. Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/312 Join Ben Franklin's World! Subscribe and help us bring history right to your ears! Sponsor Links Omohundro Institute The Ben Franklin's World Shop Save 40 percent with code 01BFW on Carolyn Eastman, The Strange Genius of Mr. O Inside Ben Franklin's World Event with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania LightStream by SunTrust Bank Loans Complementary Episodes Episode 063: Megan Kate Nelson, Ruin Nation: Destruction and the Civil War Episode 118: Christy Clark-Pujara, The Business of Slavery in Rhode Island Episode 135: Julie Holcomb, The Transatlantic Boycott of Slave Labor Episode 142: Manisha Sinha, A History of Abolition Episode 176: Daina Ramey Berry, The Value of the Enslaved from Womb to Grave Episode 281: Caitlin Rosenthal, The Business of Slavery Listen! Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Amazon Music Ben Franklin's World iOS App Ben Franklin's World Android App Helpful Links Join the Ben Franklin's World Facebook Group Ben Franklin's World Twitter: @BFWorldPodcast Ben Franklin's World Facebook Page Sign-up for the Franklin Gazette Newsletter
What happens when you combine history with technology? Matthew MacArthur (MA, History, '97) combined his enthusiasm for the past with digital media to get his dream job. As the director of digital experience at the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian, listen in for tips on taking inspiration from other fields to expand your job opportunities. For a transcript of this episode, email cgupodcasts at gmail.com and include the episode title.
Sam and Emma host Ada Ferrer, Professor of History and Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University, to discuss her recent book Cuba: An American History, on how the constant pressure of American Imperialism has threatened the people and territory since its independence. They jump off from this question of why she dubs her work “An American History,” and how it works to trace the development of Cuba since early colonialism, particularly focusing on moments of increased intervention, from the boom in the slave trade on the island following the Haitian Revolution to the early founding fathers' desire to acquire it and the industries they could exploit. Moving into the mid-1800s, Professor Ferrer, Emma, and Sam look at the role of Cuban independence, which, despite its leaders seeing it as a check on American expansion, US officials attempted to claim affiliation with it, once again in hopes of exploiting the sugar and slave industries on the island, until the Civil War saw an end to much of that spirit. Exploring the transition into the 20th Century and an independent Cuba, Sam, Emma, and Ada dive into the Platt Amendment and how it cemented US intervention in Cuba whenever legislators saw fit, despite intense anti-imperialism and socialist views on the island, resulting in a variety of different periods of occupation culminating in another revolution to overthrow the Machado regime, and the democratic election of Batista, who, himself, would fall into a dictatorship bolstered by the US. Finally bubbling over with Castro's revolution, they cover how finally grasping true independence allowed for incredible development in social programs and general infrastructure, before they explore the effects of the 1990s economic crash in Cuba and the state of the cultural ongoings today. Sam and Emma also cover the wild week we could have in Congress with impending decisions on the debt ceiling, bipartisan bill, and reconciliation all likely to occur with the looming threat of a government shutdown. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma run through the various potential outcomes of the legislative agenda for this week, and how progressives can bolster their leverage and ensure the progression of their reconciliation bill. John from San Antonio calls in to discuss the lasting impact of the late MR Discord legend EJ on countless lives, Mike from Portland calls in to discuss de-Roganization, and Greg Abbott digs his feet into refusing exceptions for his abortion ban. They wrap up the fun half with a call from Yabadabadoo on the horrors of COVID, the conflicts of the vaccine, and the manifestation of anxiety into vaccine hesitancy, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ (Merch issues and concerns can be addressed here: firstname.lastname@example.org) You can now watch the livestream on Twitch Check out today's sponsors: Harry's: With Harry's, you don't have to choose between a great shave and a fair price. Harry's delivers a close, comfortable shave at a fair price – still as low as two dollars per refill! Harry's is giving their best offer to Majority Report listeners. 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This week Patrick and a panel of military and political historians discuss the origins and legacy of the Mexican-American war. Joining Patrick on the panel are: Dr Daniel Geary, Associate Professor, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin, Dr Peter Guardino, author of 'The Dead March: A History of the Mexican-American War', Dr Donald S. Frazier, Professor of History at Mc Murry University, Texas, Dr Amy S. Greenberg, George Winfree Professor of American History, Penn State University, Dr John C. Pinheiro, author of 'Manifest Ambition: James K Polk and Civil Military Relations during the Mexican War' and Dr Timothy J. Henderson, author of 'A Glorious Defeat: Mexico and It's War with the United States'.
Professor of History at Grand View University, Thomas Lecaque, is back on the podcast to talk about his latest piece at The Bulwark: https://www.thebulwark.com/the-conspiracy-theorists-are-coming-for-your-schools/
As the curator of the American Brewing History Initiative at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, Theresa McCulla has access to some of the United States' most treasured brewing artifacts. It was the uncovering of one such artifact that led her to explore the life of Patsy Young, an enslaved woman, brewer, wife, and mother who fought for her freedom (twice) and who left an indelible legacy on the narrative of American brewing. In her first piece for Good Beer Hunting, titled “Patsy Young — American Brewer, Fugitive From Slavery,” which was published on September 15, 2021, McCulla unpacks the realization that there is no single part of American history that the stain of slavery has not touched. We discuss her role as a historian and her responsibility for sharing the stories many have worked hard to erase, as well as how writing for a different sort of audience was a welcome challenge, if not also an academic duty. It's only through analyzing history that we have any chance at informing the present, regardless of how difficult or traumatic the past may be, and she doesn't flinch when faced with that inescapable truth. Is there a happy ending for Patsy Young? It's hard to say. But McCulla likes to think so. Let's find out why.
The Supreme Court was controversial when it was first proposed. In Brutus XV, Robert Yates argues the problem with the Supreme Court is that it will be too powerful because they can interpret the Constitution and their decisions cannot be overturned. In a direct response in Federalist 78, Hamilton argued the Supreme Court and federal courts would not be the most powerful branch but the least dangerous because they cannot make laws, cannot tax and cannot enforce the law. Hamilton argued court power of judicial review is limited and not meant to give the court supremacy over the other branches but to protect its own independence. What do you think? Has the Supreme Court become too powerful and does Brutus offer insight into what the Supreme Court has become? Join our panel and Dr. Jeffrey Sikkenga, Executive Director of the Ashbrook Center, for this enlightening discussion.
Earlier this month, the online left had a spirited debate about whether it should embrace "patriotism." Is pride in country inextricable from a noxious nationalism? Or can patriotism be redefined as something less jingoistic but equally appealing to the working classes? Should the Right have the exclusive ability to weaponize the stars and stripes to advance their faux populist agenda? Or should the left learn to love America, too? Is political scientist and cultural critic Micheal Parenti correct when he says there is no true patriotism without a love a justice? Or is that just wishful thinking? This week, Brie invited African American History Professor & prolific author Gerald Horne on to discuss whether the white supremacist roots of American History foreclose the possibility that patriotism can work for the left. Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock our full premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube for video of this episode. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Ben Dalton (@wbend). Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands).
Jeff welcomes back Dr. Lucas Morel, Professor of Politics at Washington and Lee University and a Visiting Graduate Faculty Member in Ashland University’s Masters of American History and Government program, to talk about Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address. Lucas is a renowned scholar on American political thought and Abraham Lincoln, having recently published a new […]
If you've ever wanted to hear from an expert in all things church history, you must tune in to today's episode of Real Talk and Friends! Steven C. Harper, a professor of church history and doctrine at BYU, is with our hosts to share his knowledge and insight thanks to his extensive education and experience. He earned a MA in American History from Utah State University then went on to get his PhD in early American History from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. He's been heavily involved in the Joseph Smith Papers and the Saints volumes, and he is currently the editor-in-chief of BYU Studies Quarterly. In today's episode, Ganel-Lyn, Scott, and Steven are going to identify common misconceptions about difficult church history topics like polygamy and the Word of Wisdom, but through a lens of faith in Christ. So tune in and let us know your thoughts! Links to in-video references: Making Sense of the Doctrine and Covenants: A Guided Tour Through Modern Revelations | Steven C. Harper https://deseretbook.com/p/making-sense-of-the-doctrine-and-covenants-guided-tour-through-modern-revelation-ppr?variant_id=188208-paperback
Subscribe to the podcast! https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ At 9:30 am on July 2, 1881, at the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Station in Washington, D.C., James Garfield, President of the United States was fatally shot. It is an event that, quite frankly, doesn't really get the attention that other political assassinations have received. The story behind how and why it happened is as fascinating as any in American History. Learn more about the Assassination of President Garfield and his assassin, Charles Giteau, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. -------------------------------- Associate Producers: Peter Bennett & Thor Thomsen Become a supporter on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingeverywhere Discord Server: https://discord.gg/UkRUJFh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everythingeverywhere/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/everywheretrip Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/EEDailyPodcast/ Website: https://everything-everywhere.com/everything-everywhere-daily-podcast/
During the Campaign of Two Thousand Twenty, Joseph Robinette Biden, Junior presented himself as the grown-up in the room. He held out the promise that he would restore order after the so-called chaos of the Trump Administration. His knowledge, seasoned by over four decades on the national stage, would guide us out of the twin disasters of Covid and the urban violence that dominated news during the summer of Two Thousand Twenty. Now that he is President, a very different picture emerges. He has allied himself with the most extreme left wing of his party. At the same time, he has presided over what may be the biggest foreign relations disaster in American History – perhaps even eclipsing the calamity of the War in Vietnam. This episode of The Return to Order Moment assesses aspects of both the revolution and the disaster. To read the articles, follow these links: https://www.returntoorder.org/2021/09/with-the-fall-of-afghanistan-we-enter-a-dangerous-new-world/, https://www.returntoorder.org/2021/08/why-does-the-right-wing-media-ignore-the-major-issue-behind-bidens-eviction-moratorium/, and https://www.returntoorder.org/2021/08/drafting-women-into-combat-spells-the-death-of-chivalry/.
When you decide to take an action, do you seek permission to take that action or look for a prohibition against it? The difference is substantial. Anti-Federalists supported a Bill of Rights in the Constitution as they viewed it as a list of rights that should be retained by the people in the new government. They were concerned that through the Supremacy Clause, the US Constitution would overrule state constitutions. The Federalists did not view the Bill of Rights as necessary, believing the checks and balances sufficient to protect our individual liberty, and argued that an enumeration of “we the peoples'” rights would give the government permission to take over in areas not listed. The Federalists feared a Bill of Rights might actually harm individual liberty. What do you think? Join our panel and Constitutional expert Tara Ross for this powerful discussion.
Building on our recent conversation with Fox News Contributor Mollie Hemingway, Jeff welcomes Joe Fornieri, Professor of Political Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Director of the Center for Statesmanship, Law, and Liberty, to the show for a discussion on the history of free speech and journalism in America. Their conversation stretches […]
We discuss why media coverage on pandemic tyranny is so important, as well as solutions to getting better informed and fighting back. For Christians, these are the most prophetic times in world history. In America, we're seeing an unprecedented push by globalists and the left to weaken our systems or even take down this nation. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
We step back today and look at our nation, the Christian church, and the world from a big picture view. We discuss how believers must respond to all that's happening around us, as well as how the left infiltrated American institutions via gradualism, and the fact cultural Marxism and political correctness are the same thing! Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
9-11! 20 years later, and it's stunning how time and so many seasons of the Big Bang theory can take the violent sharp edges off of the worst terrorist attack in American History. Titus Podcast ...because the world is a clown show.
This week's guest on Spirits of Whisk(e)y is Harris Cooper, PhD, Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience, Emeritus, at Duke University and author of American History Through a Whiskey Glass. Listen and learn how Dr. Cooper, the editor and author of numerous social science textbooks and an avid student of American history, went from hosting whiskey and music pairing dinners with his wife to becoming an Executive Bourbon Steward and penning an engaging and whimsical book that colorfully illustrates how distilled spirits, domestic cuisine, and popular music shaped a nation. Please visit spiritsofwhiskey.com for full show notes, past episodes, and coming attractions! WACJ ad Music - HillbillyBed Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spirits-of-whiskey/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spirits-of-whiskey/support
Twenty years ago, terror attacks on September 11th took place in the United States over the course of a morning but the effects have been felt ever since — politically and psychologically. Journalist Garrett Graff says America lost its innocence that day and the attacks led to a series of consequential blunders by political leaders. The anger, hatred, and fear that emerged from 9/11 and the resulting War on Terror is to blame for the distrust and divisiveness that exists in America today. Graff and filmmaker Brian Knappenberger have devoted their careers to documenting 9/11 and its aftermath. Graff is the author of The Only Plane in the Sky and Knappenberger directed the Netflix docu-series "Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror." They speak with Vivian Schiller, executive director of Aspen Digital at the Aspen Institute.Garrett Graff's article in The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/09/after-911-everything-wrong-war-terror/620008/Trailer of "Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqgNFGkOjBE
WE ARE BACK!TRIGGER WARNING: This episode discusses child sex abuse.This we talk about Leila's hometown disaster the McMartin preschool trial. AKA the LONGEST and MOST EXPENSIVE court case in American history! Links:Instagram: disastrouspodcastTwitter: disastrouspodCWebsite: disastrouspodcast.comHosted By:Amber Brown (She/Her)Dani Sanchez (She/They)Leila Work (She/Her)
Georgene Rice speaks with Mary Grabar on her book, "Debunking the 1619 Project: Exposing the Plan to Divide America." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Posing as a Pastor, Teacher, Coach, and Mentor, Louis "Skip" Reville constructed his life to become one of the most prolific child molesters in American History.Get your Carolina Crimes gear at: www.carolinacrimes.comVisit us on Social Media:Facebook: Carolina Crimes PodcastTwitter: @SCcrimespodSources:Charleston City PaperPost and Courier
We are very excited to have our good friend Gary DeMar from The American Vision on to discuss American History and if time allows talk about our nations current involvement in Afghanistan. This is going to be a fun show!