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17th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; American neurosurgeon

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The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 3 - Kids should not have a part in drag shows

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 41:43


The Monologue: An all ages drag show is being hosted. The Interview: Harmeet Dhillon is challenging RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. She makes the case.The Monologue: More info on who was censored by Twitter. The Interview: Elizabeth Hovde (Washington Police Center) on the new push to repeal the Long Term Care Trust Act.LongForm: Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA04) reacts to Brittney Griner's release, his vote to support the defense budget and rescind the vaccine mandate on military members, and WA moving forward with a capital gains tax.Quick Hit: Canceling Dr. Ben Carson isn't right. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Daily Signal Podcast: INTERVIEW | Ben Carson and Armstrong Williams Address America’s ‘Crisis in Classroom’

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022


There’s a “crisis in the classroom,” and American children are paying the price, say Armstrong Williams, host of “The Armstrong Williams Show,” and Dr. Ben Carson, a renowned neurosurgeon and former secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.   It’s “very concerning in our society today, as you see the dumbing down of […]

Daily Signal News
INTERVIEW | Ben Carson and Armstrong Williams Address America's 'Crisis in Classroom'

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 30:11


There's a “crisis in the classroom,” and American children are paying the price, say Armstrong Williams, host of “The Armstrong Williams Show,” and Dr. Ben Carson, a renowned neurosurgeon and former secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. It's “very concerning in our society today, as you see the dumbing down of our people,” Carson says. Carson and Williams are the authors of “Crisis in the Classroom: Crisis in Education,” and join “The Daily Signal Podcast” to offer solutions to America's foundering education system. They had a third co-author, Benjamin Crump.Carson also addresses the role of the federal Department of Education and whether it should be eliminated. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Courageous Leadership with Virginia Prodan
#145 - Virginia Prodan - Faith & Courage under Communism - on Dr. Ben Carson Show

Courageous Leadership with Virginia Prodan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 38:13


Courageous Leadership with @VirginiaProdan - invite you to _ Faith and Courage under Communism - Virginia Prodan guest on Dr. Ben Carson - Common Sense Show - American Cornerstone Institute. We have been fortunate enough to live in a Constitutional republic that preserves our freedoms, that respects each individual as a free American. Not everyone has been that fortunate.  Virginia Prodan is an international human rights #attorney, #speaker, and #author. Today we will hear her story about persecution and standing up for justice and her exile from her home country of Romania. She was granted political asylum in the United States. Hear Virginia's story about the importance of preserving liberty and her compelling story of faith and courage in the face of death is a testament to how God delivers.   Learn More About Virginia And Get Her Book "Saving My Assassin" at: https://virginiaprodanbooks.com/product/book Invite Virginia Prodan to speak at your events : https://virginiaprodanbooks.com/invite-virginia   Follow Courageous Leadership with Virginia Prodan Podcast  here: https://lnkd.in/g_5nqzJj ----- each Wednesday & Saturday at 10:00 a.m. CST. The podcast is on Spotify; PodBean; Apple Podcast , YouTube and now on Edify Podcast Network.   Follow Virginia Prodan on : Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/virginia.prodan.1 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/virginia- Twitter: https://twiter.com/VirginiaProdan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/virginiaprodan/                _________________________________________________________________   Follow us on Twitter: @common_ben Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Common-Sense... American Cornerstone Institute: https://americancornerstone.org/

InfluenceWatch Podcast
Episode 246: A Crisis In Our Classrooms With Armstrong Williams, Part 1

InfluenceWatch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 19:30


This month, three African-American writers/activists with widely different political views published a book together entitled "Crisis in the Classroom" (Skyhorse Publishing). Despite their many differences, the authors teamed up to insist that the civil rights issue of today is the failure to educate young Americans. The three authors are Benjamin Crump, Esq., a prominent civil rights attorney whose clients have included George Floyd and Trayvon Martin, and who is sometimes called “Black America's Attorney General”; Dr. Benjamin Carson, who rose from poverty to head pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and later ran for President; and Armstrong Williams, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author of three earlier books who hosts “The Armstrong Williams Show,” which airs on Sinclair Broadcast Group TV stations across America. Williams joins Capital Research Center's Scott Walter to discuss the book and the crisis. This is part one in a two-part series. Links: Crisis in the Classroom: https://www.amazon.com/Crisis-Classroom-Dr-Benjamin-Carson/dp/1510776885 (https://www.amazon.com/Crisis-Classroom-Dr-Benjamin-Carson/dp/1510776885) How Government Worker Unions Manipulate Municipal Elections: https://capitalresearch.org/article/how-government-worker-unions-manipulate-municipal-elections/ Criticizing Teacher Union Allies? You Might Be A Domestic Terrorist: https://capitalresearch.org/article/criticizing-teachers-union-allies-you-might-be-a-domestic-terrorist/

The Daily Detail
The Daily Detail for 11.21.22

The Daily Detail

Play Episode Play 28 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 11:50


AlabamaAG's office will now lead prosecution in Dothan case re: two murdered teensAG Marshall reminds JeffCo leadership that bingo machines are illegalLipscomb man arrested for string of sexual assaults at stores in BessemerSeven teens face felony charges in Selma for fires started at store & schoolNationalPolice arrest 22 year old man for shooting at nightclub in Colorado SpringsTitle 42 at US border ends in Dec. - more illegals predicted to comeKevin McCarthy makes promises to GOP House if he is voted in as SpeakerMaricopa County in AZ under scrutiny by AG's office for vote discrepanciesDr. Ben Carson weighs in on transgenderism and minorsTwitter restores frozen account belonging to Donald Trump

Mammonburg
Lesbian Zombies from Space w/ Sergio (11/19/2022)

Mammonburg

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 91:14


In today's episode, your tour guides are joined by Sergio (@TheeFantomas) to talk about horror movies. They discuss Catholic vs. Protestant approaches to horror, what makes a horror film reactionary or progressive, the differences in black approaches to horror, the colonial legacy of zombies, and the morality of slashers. This is a fun one. Also Ben Carson makes an appearance.Audio CreditsWhatever - 80 HorseBen CarsonLucio Fulci's Zombie ThemeScene from Ron Ormond's The Burning HellScene from Get OutMore Ben Carson

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Mike Hosking: You would be a fool to write Donald Trump off

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 2:01


You would be a fool to rule Donald Trump out. Part of the reason Ron DeSantis got so many headlines last week was because he won well on a day the Republicans didn't do what they thought they would do - and because a lot of people from all over the political spectrum wanted to rub Trump's face in it. DeSantis on any other day for a lot of people would be as big a problem becoming president as Trump would. Is he a better version of Trump? Possibly, but the part most failed to point out or even see was that DeSantis did well in one state, the state he was running in. A President has to be at least partially popular all over America. And don't forget when Trump announced in 2015 he joined a decent list of others. For many he was instantly dismissed the way he is again now. It was full field back then. We had Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, and Jim Gilmore. You even remember him? Add to that, Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, and Mike Huckerbee. And those were the ones that made it to the primaries. The ones that worked out they didn't stand a chance and bailed were George Pataki, Lindsey Graham, Scott Walker, and Rick Perry. So a full field of vast experience. And if you remember and followed the race a lot of them were more than acceptable in terms of brainpower, experience, and ideas. And yet, look who won. Working against him his time is his record and the pile of lawsuits. And although there are many who still see him as the answer and untouchable, a decent chunk will have wandered off to other pastures. And given he never won by much in the first place, he has a lot of work to do to convince others to make up the numbers. Ironically, for all the mess, there are things he did that still ring true. He warned us about China. He was right. He told Angela Merkel she was mad to trust Vladimir Putin. He was right. He told NATO members outside America they had to start footing the bill. He was right. This is not to endorse him in any way. He's a mad man who hangs around with crazies and says an astonishing array of insane things. But that didn't stop him once and it didn't stop the Democrats being unable to find anyone that wasn't geriatric and deeply confused on a daily basis to run against him. The American system is broken. But it's that system that will once again choose a person to run in 2024. And there is no reason to believe, for now anyway, that Trump isn't it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Power, Poverty & Politics
Crisis in the Classroom

Power, Poverty & Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 52:01


This week on CURE America with Star Parker, we're joined by author and TV host, Armstrong Williams, to discuss his new book, “Crisis in the Classroom: Crisis in Education.” A collection of insightful essays by Williams, Ben Crump, and Dr. Ben Carson, the book exposes the harsh realities of the current state of education in the United States and its repercussions on underserved and marginalized communities. Richard Manning and Jonathan Alexandre are back on the panel, as together with Star Parker, they seek to sort through the noise of the news following the immediate aftermath of the election.

The Strongcast
Episode 155 - Dr Carson & Midterm Elections

The Strongcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 15:16


Dr. Ben Carson joins us to talk about the Midterm elections and how to move forward with the results. Be sure to: 1) Like and share! 2)Leave us 5 Stars & a Review on iTunes! Subscribe to The Strongcast on iTunes at: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…1299887231?mt=2 
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The Joe Pags Show
Ben Carson is relieved after midterms - Nov 9 Hr 2 Pt 2

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 21:20


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The Joe Pags Show
Ben Carson is relieved after midterms - Nov 9 Hr 2 Pt 1

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 22:30


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Loving Liberty Radio Network
11-08-2022 Washington Watch Live with Tony Perkins

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 54:10


Roger Marshall, U.S. Senator from Kansas, shares what is at stake in this year's midterm elections. Brent Keilen, FRC Action Vice President, shares the final midterm elections polling data. Mike Pompeo, former U.S. Secretary of State, offers his insights into the national security implications of the midterm elections. Dr. Ben Carson, famed pediatric neurosurgeon and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, reflects on the responsibility of Christians to vote. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Joe Pags Show
Interview with Dr. Ben Carson

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 17:16


Joe speaks with Dr. Carson about the election and it's aftermath, his new book, why he's relieved after the midterms, and much more.

The Joe Pags Show
The day after the mid term elections-Hour 2

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 40:22


Joe talks the Tx Governor's race and Governor Greg Abbott winning re election by 11 points and of course he has a parody about Beto..." Once, Twice, Three Times a Loser." Plus, Ben Carson is relieved after midterms and explains why with Pags.

FRC - Washington Watch with Tony Perkins
Roger Marshall, Brent Keilen, Mike Pompeo, Dr. Ben Carson

FRC - Washington Watch with Tony Perkins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022


On today's program: Roger Marshall, U.S. Senator from Kansas, shares what is at stake in this year's midterm elections. Brent Keilen, FRC Action Vice President, shares the final midterm elections polling data. Mike Pompeo, former U.S. Secretary of

The Nazi Lies Podcast
The Nazi Lies Podcast Ep. 21: Just Like the Fall of Rome

The Nazi Lies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 36:37


Mike Isaacson: Rome gets sacked ONE TIME, and that's all these people can talk about! [Theme song] Nazi SS UFOsLizards wearing human clothesHinduism's secret codesThese are nazi lies Race and IQ are in genesWarfare keeps the nation cleanWhiteness is an AIDS vaccineThese are nazi lies Hollow earth, white genocideMuslim's rampant femicideShooting suspects named Sam HydeHiter lived and no Jews died Army, navy, and the copsSecret service, special opsThey protect us, not sweatshopsThese are nazi lies Mike: Welcome to another episode of The Nazi Lies Podcast. Today we're talking with Edward Watts, professor of history and Alkaviadis Vassiliadis Endowed Chair in Byzantine Greek History at the University of California San Diego. He's here to talk to us about his book, The Eternal Decline and Fall of Rome: The History of a Dangerous Idea. The book is an extraordinary scholarly endeavor that managed to give a detailed and engaging history of 1700 years of Roman history in under 300 pages. Welcome to the podcast, Dr. Watts. Edward Watts: Thanks so much for having me. It's exciting to be here. Mike: All right. Now, you are one of the rare guests on our show whose book was actually directed at debunking Nazi lies. Tell us what you had in mind when you were writing this book. Edward: So the thing that prompted me to write this book was a recognition that the history of Rome, and in particular the legacy of Rome as it relates to the end of Roman history, was something that was being repeatedly misused across thousands of years to justify doing all sorts of violence and horrible things to people who really in the Roman context had very little to do with the decline of Rome, and in a post-Roman context, had nothing really to do with the challenges that people using the legacy of Rome wanted to try to address. And in particular, what prompted this was the recognition after 2016 of how stories about the classical past and the Roman past were being used on the far right and the sort of fascist fringe as a way of pointing to where they saw to be challenging dynamics and changes, critical changes, in the way that society was functioning. What was happening was people were doing things like using the story of the Gothic migrations in the 4th century AD to talk about the need to do radical things in our society related to immigration. And the discussions were just misusing the Roman past in really aggressive ways as kind of proof for radical ideas that didn't really relate to anything that happened in the past and I think are generally not things that people would be willing to accept in the present. And Rome provides a kind of argument when it's misunderstood,when Roman history is misunderstood, it provides a kind of argument that people are not familiar enough with to be able to refute, that might get people who think that a certain policy is aggressive or inhumane or unnecessary to think twice about whether that policy is something that is a response to a problem that people need to consider. And that's just wrong. It's a wrong way to use Roman history. It's a wrong way to use history altogether. And it's a rhetoric that really needs to be highlighted and pointed to so that people can see how insidious these kinds of comparisons can be. Mike: Okay, so your book discusses the idea of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, which you say started before any such decline or fall in the late Republic. What was politics like in the Roman Empire before the myth of Rome's decline popped up? Edward: So this is an interesting question because the story of Roman decline actually shows up in some of the very earliest Roman literature that we have. So the very first sort of intact Latin texts that we have from the Roman period are things like the plays of Plautus. In one of the earlier plays of Plautus, he is already making fun of people for saying that Rome is in decline. And he's saying this at a time right after the Roman victory over Hannibal when there is no evidence that Rome is in decline at all. And yet we know that there are politicians who are pushing this idea that the victory over Hannibal has unleashed a kind of moral decline in Rome that is leading to the degeneration of Roman morals and Roman behaviors and Roman social structures in such a fashion that will disrupt the ability of Rome to continue. This is just not something that most people recognized to be true, but what we see when politicians in the third century and second century BC are saying things like this, they aren't particularly interested in describing an objective reality. What they're looking to do is insert ideas into popular discourse, so that people in the context of their society begin to think it might be possible that decline exists. So I think that when we look at Roman history before Roman literature, or before these pieces of Roman literature exist, we really are looking at much later reconstructions. But I think that it's fair to say that even in those reconstructions of stories about things like say, the sixth king of Rome, those stories too focus on how that particular regime was inducing a decline from the proper behaviors of Romans. So I think we could say that there is no before decline. Rome seems always to have been talking about these ideas of decline and worrying about the fact that their society was in decline, even when objectively you would look around and say there is no reason whatsoever that you should be thinking this. Mike: Okay. Now your book argues that this political framing helped politicians shape the politics of the Roman Empire in particular ways. So how did those who pushed this declensionist narrative change the Roman republic? Edward: So in the Roman republic, there are a few things that this narrative is used to do. In the second century, early second century BC, this narrative is used to attack opponents of a politician named Cato. What Cato tried to do was single out people who had been getting particularly wealthy because of the aftermath of Rome's victory in the Second Punic War over Hannibal and then its victories in the eastern Mediterranean against the Greek King, Philip V. And what Cato saw was that this wealth was something that profoundly destabilized society because now there were winners who were doing well economically in a way that the old money establishment couldn't match. And so what he's looking to do is to say that when you look around and you see prosperity of that level in the Roman state, this is a sign that things are actually bad. It's not a sign of things are good. It's a sign that things are deteriorating, and we need to take radical steps to prevent this. And the radical steps that Cato takes, and that he initially gets support for, involves very onerous taxes directed specifically against groups of people that he opposed. He also serves as the person who decides who gets to be in the Roman Senate, and he uses that position to kick out a lot of people on the basis simply of him deciding that they embody some kind of negative trajectory of the Roman State. And there's a reaction to this and Cato eventually is forced to kind of back away from this. As you move later in the second century, the narrative of decline becomes something that first is used to again justify financial policies, and then later, actual violence against officials who are seen as pushing too radical an agenda. And so this becomes a narrative that you can use to destabilize things. It doesn't matter if you're coming from what we would say is the right or the left, the kind of equal opportunity narrative that can be used to get people to question whether the structures in their society are legitimately in keeping with the way the society is supposed to function. Mike: Okay. So a lot of people have this misconception that Rome kind of snapped from being a republic to being governed by an emperor, but that's not really so. What was the imperial administration like and how did it change? Edward: The Roman republic was in many ways a very strong constitutional system that had a lot of things built into it to prevent one individual from taking over. Not only did it have a structure that was based on a kind of balance of power–and the description of that structure was something that influenced the Founding Fathers in the US to create the balances of power that we have–but in Rome, the administrative office that correlated to the presidency actually was a paired magistracy. So there were two consuls who governed together and could in theory check one another. What the decline narrative happened or allows to happen is that these structures begin to be questioned as illegitimate. And you get, starting in the later part of the second century and going all the way through the murder of Julius Caesar in 44 BC, a long set of discussions about how the Constitution is not functioning as it's supposed to, how the interests of everybody are not being represented by the representatives in the Senate and by the sorts of laws that are being put forward in assemblies. And you have a greater sense that there's an emergency, and an emergency that requires people to assent to an individual exercising more power than the structure really permits. And so this idea of decline heightens this sense of emergency and you have cycles every generation or so, where the sense of emergency gets greater and another constitutional structure snaps. Until eventually what you have is an individual in Julius Caesar, who is able to exercise complete and effective control over the direction of politics in the state. Mike: Okay. So for whatever reason, the assassination of Julius Caesar sticks strong in our cultural psyche, but reading your book it seems like assassinating emperors was kind of commonplace? Edward: It depends on the period. Yeah, there are definitely periods where the violent overthrow of emperors are somewhat common. I think with Caesar, what we have is the assassination. We're still when Caesar was assassinated in the final death throes of the Roman republic. And so it takes a while and a really brutal nearly 15-year-long sprawling Civil War for Rome to finally just accept that the republic as a governing structure is not really going to function in the way it had before. And the first emperor is Augustus. The first assassination actually occurs about 75 years after Augustus takes over. The first emperor that's assassinated is Caligula. Then you have moments of really profound peace and stability that are punctuated by these upheavals where, you know, in the year 68 the Emperor Nero commits suicide and this leads to a sprawling civil war in which four emperors take power in the course of a single year. Then things kind of calmed down. There's an assassination in 96, and no more assassinations for almost 100 years. And so you have these moments where the structures of the empire are very stable, but when they break, it breaks very seriously. It's very rare when an emperor is assassinated, that there's only one assassination and things kind of work out after that. And so generally, I think what this suggests is, if you have faith that the Imperial structure is working predictably, it's very, very hard to disrupt that. But if you have a sense that an emperor is not legitimate or is not in power or has taken power violently, there's a very serious risk that that emperor will in turn be overthrown violently, and something very serious could happen, even going so far as resulting in a civil war. Mike: Okay so one of the biggest myths surrounding the Roman Empire is that it fell in 476 AD, and that plunged Europe into the Dark Ages, but this isn't really so. What happened in 476 AD, and how did it become the legendary fall of Rome? Edward: Yes, so 476 AD is one of the greatest non-events in history. Because when we look at our history and our timeline for the fall of Rome, this is the date that stands out to us. But actually in 476, there's not a single person who seems to think that Rome fell on that day. What happens is in the middle part of the fifth century, the eastern empire and the western empire separated in 395. And in the middle part of the fifth century, the western empire has a very serious loss of territory and then a loss of stability within Italy. So that there are, in a sense, kingmakers who run the army and decide whether an emperor should be in power or not. And so you have a number of figurehead emperors, starting really in the 450s and going through 476, who are there, in a couple of cases at certain moments they do exercise real power, but much of the time they're subordinate to military commanders who don't want to be emperor, or in many cases are of barbarian descent and don't think they can make imperial power actually stick, and in 476, Odoacer who was one of these barbarian commanders overthrows an emperor in Italy and says, "We are not going to have an emperor in Italy anymore. Instead, I'm just going to serve as the agent of the eastern emperor in Italy." And for the next 50 years, there are barbarian agents–first Odoacer and then Theodoric–who serve in this constitutional way where they acknowledge the superiority and the authority of the emperor in Constantinople over Italy. And in practice, they're running Italy. But in principle, they are still affirming that they're part of the Roman Empire, the Roman senate is still meeting, Roman law is still used. It's a situation where only when the eastern empire decides that it wants to take Italy back, do you start getting these stories about well, Rome fell in 476 when these barbarians got rid of the last emperor and now it's our obligation to liberate Italians from this occupation by these barbarians. In 476, though, this is not what anyone in Constantinople or in Italy actually thought was going on. Mike: Okay. So both the east and the west of the Roman Empire eventually became Christian. How did this alter the myth of the declining Rome? Edward: So for much of Roman history, there is very much this idea that any problem that you have is a potential sign of the decline of Rome, and if you are particularly motivated, you can say that the problem requires radical solutions to prevent Rome from falling into crisis. But with Christianity, when the Roman Empire becomes Christian, there is no past that you can look back to say, "Well, we were better as a Christian empire in this time." When Constantine converts to Christianity, he's the first Christian emperor. And so it's very natural for opponents to be able to say, "Look, he made everything Christian and now things are going to hell ,and so Christianity is the problem." So what Christians instead say is what actually is going on here is we are creating a new and better Rome, a Rome where the approach to the divine is more sophisticated, it's more likely to work. And so for about 100 years, you have instead of a narrative decline, a narrative of progress where Christians are pushing a notion that by becoming Christian, the Empire is embarking on a new path that is better than it has ever been before. Not everybody accepts this. At the time of Constantine's conversion, probably 90% of the Emperor's still pagan so this would be a very strange argument to them. And by the time you get into the fifth century, you probably are in a majority Christian empire, but like a 50% majority, not like 90% majority. So there is a significant pushback against this. And in moments of crisis, and in particular after the Sack of Rome in 410, there is a very strong pagan reaction to this idea of Christian Roman progress. And Christians have to come up with evermore elaborate explanations for how what looks like decline in any kind of tangible sense that you would look at in the western empire is actually a form of progress. And the most notable production of that line of argument is Augustine's City of God, which says effectively, “Don't worry about this world. There's a better world, a Christian world that really you should be focusing on, and you're getting closer there. So the effect of what's going on in the Roman world doesn't really matter too much for you.” Mike: Okay. Now at one point, there were actually three different polities across Europe and Asia Minor all claiming the inheritance of the Roman Empire. How did this happen? Edward: There are different moments where you see different groups claiming the inheritance of Rome. In the Middle Ages, you have the rise of the Holy Roman Empire, which is a construction of Charlemagne and the papacy around the year 800. And the claim that they make is simply that there is the first empress of the Roman state who takes power all by herself in 797–this is the Empress Irene–and the claim Charlemagne makes as well that eliminates the legitimacy of the Roman Empire and Constantinople because there's no emperor. Therefore because there's no emperor, there's no empire and therefore we can just claim it. Another moment where you see this really become a source of significant conflict is during the Fourth Crusade when the Crusaders attack Constantinople and destroy the central administration of the eastern Roman Empire. After that point, you have the crusaders in Constantinople who claim that they are a Roman state. You have the remains of the Roman state that had been in Constantinople sort of re-consolidating around the city of Nicaea. You have a couple of other people who claim the inheritance of the Roman state inEpirus and Trebizond, and they all kind of fight with each other. And so ultimately, what you see is that the Roman Empire has this tremendous resonance across all of the space that was once Roman. So their empire at its greatest extent went from the Persian Gulf all the way to Scotland. And it went from Spain and the Atlantic coast of Morocco all the way down to the Red Sea. It's massive. And in a lot of those territories after Rome recedes, the legacy of Rome remains. So a lot of people who felt that they could claim the Roman legacy tried to do that, because it gave a kind of added seriousness and a more, a greater echo to these little places that are far away from the center of the world now, places like Britain or places like France or places like Northern Germany. And so you, in a sense, look like you're more important than you are if you can make a claim on the Roman imperial legacy. Mike: Okay. And so how do these would-be empires finally end up collapsing? Edward: So, each in their own way. In the case of the Holy Roman Empire, it actually lasts for very long time. It's created under Charlemagne in 800, and it lasts really until the time of Napoleon. And it collapses because it's sort of dissolved because in Germany there was a fear that Napoleon might actually use the hulk of the Holy Roman Empire and the title of Holy Roman Emperor to claim a kind of ecumenical authority that would go beyond just what he had as emperor of France. The crusader regime in Constantinople is actually reconquered by the Nicene regime in 1261. So the Crusaders take Constantinople in 1204, and then these Roman exiles who set up a kind of Roman Empire in exile in Nicaea reconquer in 1261. And they hold Constantinople for another 200 years until the Ottomans take it in 1453. The other sort of small Roman states are absorbed either by the state in Constantinople or by the Ottomans, but ultimately by the end of the 1460s, everything that had once been part of the Eastern Empire in the Middle Ages is under Ottoman control. Mike: Okay. And so despite all of the polities that could have contended for the inheritance of Rome collapsing, Rome's decline still played a large part in political considerations across what was formerly the Roman Empire but now as an instructive metaphor. How was the decline of the Roman Empire leveraged to influence politics leading into the modern era, and who were the big myth makers? Edward: Yeah, there's a couple of really important thinkers in this light. One is Montesquieu, the French thinker who uses a discussion of Roman history to launch into a much more wide and expansive and influential discussion of political philosophy that centers really on notions of representation and sets some of the groundwork for what actors in the American Revolution and French Revolution believed they were doing. Montesquieu is really, really important in understanding 18th-century political developments. And I think it's impossible really to understand what the American Revolution and the French Revolution thought they were doing without also looking at Montesquieu. But now I think the more influential figure in terms of shaping our ideas about what Roman history looked like and what Roman decline meant is Edward Gibbon. Gibbon is also an 18th-century thinker. When he started writing a history of Rome, he started writing in the 1770s when he believed that there was a firm and stable European political structure of monarchies that could work together and kind of peacefully move the continent forward. And while Gibbon is working on this, of course, you know, the American Revolution happens, and the French Revolution happens, and his whole structure that he was looking to defend and celebrate with his Roman history disappears. And so his Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire becomes a book that is extracted from its historical context. And it seems like it is an objective narrative of what happens. It's not objective at all. What Gibbon is trying to do is compare the failings of one large single imperial structure and the advantages of this kind of multipolar world where everyone is balanced and cooperative. But everybody forgets that that multipolar world even existed because the book comes out after it's gone. So what you have with Gibbon is a narrative that seems to be just an account of Roman history, and a very, very evocative one. I think most of the people now who have Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire on their shelf don't read it. But they know the title. They know the concept. This means that you have a ready-made metaphor for anything that's bothering you. You know, you can talk about the decline and fall of Rome. Just about everybody in the entire world knows that Rome declined and fell. And very few of them know much about why it happened or how it happened or how long it took. And so evoking the decline and fall of Rome allows you to kind of plug in anything, as my friend Hal Drake says, anything that's bothering you at a particular moment, you can plug in and say Rome fell because of X. And if you look at the last 50 years you can see lots and lots and lots of examples of X, lots of different things that bothered people that got plugged into the story of Rome fell because of whatever's bothering me that day. Mike: I am certainly guilty of having a copy of Gibbon on my bookshelf and not having read it. [laughs] So in talking about the modern appropriation of the memory of Rome, you of course talk about Fascist Italy. You reference Claudio Fogu, whom I absolutely love, check out his book The Historic Imaginary. How did Fascists wield the memory of the Roman Empire to justify their regime? Edward: Yeah, it's so, so seductive what is done in the city of Rome in particular. And there's a sense that I think is a very real sense that creating and uncovering and memorializing the imperial center of the Roman Empire makes real the experience of walking through it, and with the right kind of curation can make it feel like you're in a contemporary environment that's linked to that ancient past. And what Mussolini and his architects tried very very hard to do was create this, in a sense, almost Roman imperial Disneyland in the area between the Colosseum and the Capital line. So when we walk there, we see a kind of disembodied and excavated giant park with a large street down the middle running from the Colosseum along the length of the Roman Forum. But that was actually neighborhoods.  Before Mussolini, there were actual houses and shops and restaurants and people living there, and very, very long-standing communities that he removed with this idea that you were in a sense restoring the past and creating a future by removing the present. And I think that's a very good metaphor for what they were up to. What they were trying to do was create an affinity for the fascist present by uncovering this Roman past and getting rid of what they saw as disorder. And the disorder, of course, was real people living their lives in their houses. But the other thing that people, you know, when tourists visit this now, they don't know that history. They don't know that when they walk on the street alongside the Forum, they're actually walking on a street that is a 20th-century street created for Fascist military parades on the ruins of modern, early modern, and medieval houses. They just see this as a way to kind of commune with this Roman past. And the Fascists very much understood that aesthetic and how seductive that aesthetic was. Mike: Okay, so let's circle back to where we started with your motivation for the book. How are people invoking the fall of Rome now, and what are they getting wrong? Edward: I think that we see, again, this temptation to take what's bothering you and attaching it to Rome. And I think even if you just look over the last 50 years, you can almost trace the sorts of things people are anxious about in a modern context based on the things that are advanced for what possibly made Rome fall. So in the 70s and early 80s, there's lots of concern about environmental contamination and the effect that this is going to have on people's lives. And we get the story of Rome fell because of lead poisoning. I mean, it didn't. It's just ridiculous that you would think Rome fell because of lead poisoning when there is no moment that it fell, the place was active and survived for well over 1500 years when it was using lead pipes. There's no evidence whatsoever that this is true. In the 70s, Phyllis Schlafly would go around and say that Rome fell because of liberated women. I think that would be a very big surprise to a lot of Roman women that they were actually liberated, definitely in the 1970's way. In the 80s, and even into the 2010s, you have people like Ben Carson talking about Rome declining because of homosexuality or gay marriage. Again, that has nothing to do with the reality of Rome. There are other places where I think people come a little bit closer to at least talking about things that Romans might acknowledge existed in their society. So when you have Colin Murphy and others in the lead up to the Iraq War talking about the overextension of military power as a factor that can lead to the decline of Rome, yeah, I mean, Rome did have at various moments problems because it was overextended militarily. But most of the time it didn't. To say that the Romans were overextended militarily because they had a large empire ignores the fact that they had that large empire for almost 400 years without losing significant amounts of territory. So comparing Roman military overextension and US military overextension could be a useful exercise, but you have to adjust the comparison for scale. And you have to adjust the comparison to understand that there are political dynamics that mean that places that in the first century BC required military garrisons, in the third century did not. And so you're not overextended because you're in the same place for 400 years. At the beginning, you might need to have an extensive military presence in a place that later you won't. So I think that what we need to do when we think about the use of the legacy of Rome, is think very critically about the kinds of things that Rome can and can't teach us, and think very clearly about the difference between history repeating itself–which I think it doesn't–and history providing us with ideas that can help us understand the present. I think that's where history is particularly useful, and Roman history in particular is useful. Because it's so long, there are so many things that that society deals with, and there are so many things that it deals with successfully as well as fails to deal with capably. All of those things offer us lessons to think with, even if they don't offer us exact parallels. Mike: Okay, so we've talked a bunch about the fabricated history of Rome and the popular memory of Rome. What does the actual history of Rome and fears of Roman decline have to teach us about the present? Edward: I think the biggest thing that we can see is if somebody is claiming that a society is in profound decline and the normal structures of that society need to be suspended so the decline can be fixed, that is a big caution flag. What that means is somebody wants to do something that you otherwise would not agree to let them do. And the justification that they provide should be looked at quite critically, but it also should be considered that, even if they identify something that might or might not be true, the solution they're proposing is not something that you absolutely need to accept. Systems are very robust. Political systems and social systems are very robust and they can deal with crises and they can deal with changes. If someone is saying that our system needs to be suspended or ignored or cast to the side because of a crisis, the first step should be considering whether the crisis is real, and then considering whether it is in fact possible to deal with that crisis and not suspend the constitutional order, and not trample on people's rights, and not take away people's property, and not imprison people. Because in all of these cases that we see Roman politicians introduced this idea of decline to justify something radical, there are other ways to deal with the problem. And sometimes they incite such panic that Romans refuse or forget or just don't consider any alternative. That has really profound and dangerous consequences because the society that suspends normal orders and rights very likely is going to lose those rights and those normal procedures. Mike: All right. Well, Dr. Watts, thank you so much for coming on The Nazi Lies Podcast to talk about the myth of the Roman Empire. The book, again, is The Eternal Decline and Fall of Rome out from Oxford University Press. Thanks again, Dr. Watts. Edward: Thanks a lot. This was great. Mike: If you enjoyed what you heard and want to help pay our guests and transcriptionist, consider subscribing to our Patreon at patreon.com/nazilies or donating to our PayPal at paypal.me/nazilies or CashApp at $nazilies [Theme song]

Washington Watch
Roger Marshall, Brent Keilen, Mike Pompeo, Ben Carson

Washington Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 54:10


Common Sense with Dr. Ben Carson
The American Cornerstone Institute: A Worthy Mission

Common Sense with Dr. Ben Carson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 26:13


Founded in 2021 by Dr. Ben Carson, the American Cornerstone Institute's mission is simple, by restoring the four cornerstones to American life: faith, liberty, community, and life, we will work to promote and preserve individual liberty, help our nation's most vulnerable find new hope, decrease the federal government's role in society, and improve efficiency to best serve all our nation's citizens. Listen to Dr. Carson at CPAC in Orlando 2021 on why he thought it was so important to serve this mission and learn more about the American Cornerstone Institute at www.americancornerstone.org. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Alabama's Morning News with JT
Dr Ben Carson talks Eduation, Abortion and the fate of America

Alabama's Morning News with JT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 6:45


Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim
Former HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson Joins The Show Live

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 4:43


Courageous Leadership with Virginia Prodan
#136---- Listen to Dr. Ben Carson & Candy Carson - our guests at Courageous Leadership with @VirginiaProdan Podcast

Courageous Leadership with Virginia Prodan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 32:28


Listen to Dr. Ben Carson & Candy Carson - with @AmericanCornerstoneInstiute - our guests at Courageous Leadership with @VirginiaProdan Podcast - sharing how they work to Protect our - #Faith - #Liberty - #Community - #Life.     The U.S. News Media Group and Harvard's Center for Public Leadership named Dr. Ben Carson among "America's Best Leaders" in 2008. Dr. Carson graduated from Yale University and earned his M.D. from the University of Michigan Medical School. For nearly 30 years, Dr. Carson served as Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, a position he assumed when he was just 33 years old, becoming the youngest major division director in the hospital's history. In 1987, he successfully performed the first separation of craniopagus twins conjoined at the back of the head. He also performed the first fully successful separation of type-2 vertical craniopagus twins in 1997 in South Africa.   Dr. Carson received dozens of honors and awards in recognition of his achievements including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor.          Dr. Carson and his wife, Candy Carson, co-founded the Carson Scholars Fund, which recognizes young people of all backgrounds for exceptional academic and humanitarian accomplishments. Dr. Carson is Founder and Chairman of the American Cornerstone Institute, a new think tank / do tank whose mission is to promote the 4 founding principles which are cornerstones of our country: faith, liberty, community, and life as well as pursue common sense solutions that challenge conventional groupthink.  You will be encouraged by this message.      We strongly recommend YOU READ  - #SavingMyAssassin  - MY MEMOIR  - available here -— https://virginiaprodanbooks.com/product/book/  - to be encouraged, inspired.   God has a plan for your life too.  Subscribe for FREE to our #Podcast - Courageous Leadership with @VirginiaProdan Podcast at : - https://lnkd.in/egT6U5g  - to hear encouraging messages. Our podcast each Wednesday & Saturday at 10:00 a.m. CST --- is on Spotify; Podbean; Apple, YouTube and on Edifi Podcast Network.   Or you can watch our podcast on our YouTube -Channel -https://www.virginiaprodanbooks.com/freedom                To have Virginia Prodan - speak at your events - go to: https://lnkd.in/eQwj4R2u            We encourage you to PARTNER with us - at Virginia Prodan Ministries - https://www.virginiaprodan.com -  And -  donate today at: https://www.virginiaprodan.com/donate/ or send your donation check to : Virginia Prodan Ministries P.O. Box 823947  Dallas, TX 75382-3947           Your continued partnership with us -  at - Virginia Prodan Ministries (VPM)  -  https://www.virginiaprodan.com - is making  a tremendous impact in the lives of many communities in America and around the world; students, teachers, professors or workers, key leaders, as well as the tens of thousands of people we train to lead and work with them every day. Don't wait - please make your gift TODAY.         For every donation of $200.00 - or more - we will send you a signed copy of Saving My Assassin.       Donors are encouraged to participate in person or online streaming at those events. So - please donate -   here:  https://virginiaprodan.com/donate/.             God bless you for donations and for partnering with our ministry; your faithfulness and generosity.         Follow Virginia Prodan on : Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/virginia.prodan.1 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/virginia- Twitter: https://twiter.com/VirginiaProdan  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/virginiaprodan/     As you might know my memoir -  Saving My Assassin - has been nominated as ONE OF THE 8 MOST POWERFUL BOOKS  about the importance of freedom and religious freedom - showing what God can do in one life -             Because with God everything is possible in your life too.                   Therefore - we encourage you to Order for you, your family or as gifts for others; or share with others a signed copy(s) of the best Seller memoir Saving My Assassin  - HERE: https://virginiaprodanbooks.com/product/book/

The Joe Piscopo Show
9 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 10-27-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 53:47


Dr. Ben Carson, retired neurosurgeon who served as the 17th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development from 2017 to 2021 Topic: Decline in student test scores around the country, other news of the day Joseph diGenova, former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Topic: Trump legal team subpoenaed in Jan. 6th probe, Mark Meadows' Georgia Grand Jury Subpoena Richard Nicotra, founder of The Nicotra Group, LLC Topic: Joe Piscopo's performance at Lorenzo's tomorrow nightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

 Co-Hosts Judy Dezagottis & Father Bill Weary - Surprising article in USA Today expressing concern on low U.S.  birth rates (will be 1.7 % by end of this century) and a survey asking why participants don't want children.  Primary answer of survey: loss of personal independence.  How to reverse it?  Authors say, we should emphasize that children bring meaning to life;  Geneticist-author writes that there may be a God gene in us, otherwise how to explain consistent religiosity in human race from beginning? Georgetown Med School teaching med students to promote puberty blockers & cross-sex hormones; Georgetown students walking out of a Pence speech and other student walk outs being organized around the country at religious schools who do not favor abortion and LGBTQ; review of PA Pro-Life Federation Dinner featuring Dr. Ben Carson; EWTN airing a 5-night series on "Transgender Movement:  What Catholics Need to Know"; importance of voting on Tuesday, 11/8 in post-Roe world; Peaceful Eucharistic Procession held in Manhattan to support 3-year Eucharistic Revival; Colleges around the country increasing Eucharistic Processions, Adoration, Mass and Confession on campus; Stacey Abrams promotes abortion as a means to cut costs and beat inflation.

Taking the Leap
Dean Parker - Chairman of Vita Capital

Taking the Leap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 87:21


“You will meet the same people on the way up that you do on the way down in your career. Treat all people with respect in all situations.” “A non-self-examined life is a life not worth living.”  No amount of success will fill a previous wound or hurt. At some point, you will have to address and deal with the problem.  “Leadership is about serving the people.” “I was running from the pain…it never fixed the issue. I felt devalued and so I was trying to create value for myself with my business and success. I had to discover that I was enough as Dean Parker.” We have the power to break muti-generational curses. The saddest thing in life is to see a leader that does not have a story arch of change and growth.  “When one door opens another will open but you have to be looking for it.” “I have all my employees take the 5 Love Languages test because I want to know what is most meaningful to them.” The key to business is to give more than you receive. “Always expect the worst in people and you will not be disappointed.” – Dr. Ben Carson Dr. Ben Carson asks Dean Parker to be the national finance chairman of his political campaign. “Dean, God is going to do something great through us, I just don't know what it is.” What Dean learned about politics. It is all about the money. You need money to win and have influence. If you provide enough vision and people believe in that vision it's amazing what you can accomplish. If someone in power with influence validates you, you get positional authority whether you have experience or not. Sadly, many times those who do the wrong thing often time get rewarded because they are owed a favor. Many times in politics people in opposite parties want the same thing but have different views on how to get there. Advice from Governor of Arizona Doug Ducey – Former YPO member Make sure your family is on board Make sure you have enough money that you don't have to sell your soul to the devil.  Donald Trump's philosophy during the campaign was, “Say what I have to say to own the media and I will win the election.” Dean's opinion is that the national economy will hinge on the mid-term elections. Many places around the country will be resilient…the southeast will continue to grow as the economy thrives and people leave places like Chicago and Illinois.  The political campaigns changed overnight after the Paris attack. One event can be a hinge point that changes everything.  Dean talks about the shifts in the country to states that are losing power and states that are gaining economic opportunity and freedom. Dean thinks we will have a “V” shaped recovery for a lot of the US but many places like LA will have a longer road to recovery due to bad politics. America needs to be able to have messy conversations to get to the heart of issues and find common ground. We have to get rid of polarization and that starts by seeking to understand the other's point of view. Book Recommendations 5 Love Languages – Dr. Gary Chapman Personality Plus – Florence Littauer Think Big – Dr. Ben Carson Gifted Hands – Dr. Ben Carson Networking is not working – Derek Coburn Game Change – John Meilemann To comment about this episode connect with me on Twitter - @RobertDickieFollow Dean Parker on Twitter - @DeanParker

America's Roundtable
A Conversation with Dr. Ben Carson | Persistent U.S. Inflation | Woke Culture — 'One of the Biggest Threats' to the U.S. | Pro-Growth Solution: A Fair, Simple and Transparent Income Tax

America's Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 25:25


Join America's Roundtable Radio co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy in a conversation with distinguished guest and one of the nation's most brilliant minds — Dr. Ben Carson. Dr. Benjamin S. Carson is a bestselling author, America's 17th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2017-2021), a 2016 Republican presidential candidate and the former director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. Dr. Carson is the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian order in the land. America's Roundtable conversation will bring to the forefront the following key topics: —America's Economy and the Persistent Inflation Impacting Working Families —The Woke Culture: ‘One of the Biggest Threats' to the United States | Affirming US Constitutional Principles —America's Education Crisis - A National Security Threat? | Is Global Competition and a Smarter World Changing the Balance of Power? —An Economic Growth Solution: Advancing a Fair, Simple and Transparent Income Tax for America In 2021, Dr. Benjamin Carson founded the American Cornerstone Institute with a mission that reads, “Guided by our cornerstones of faith, liberty, community, and life, we will strengthen the bonds that hold our country together by promoting conservative, common-sense solutions to the issues facing our society." American Cornerstone Institute created the Little Patriots platform, a free, online resource to teach children civics lessons, history, and American values. Bio | Dr. Ben Carson On March 2nd, 2017, Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D., was sworn in as the 17th Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. For nearly 30 years, Secretary Carson served as Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, a position he assumed when he was just 33 years old, becoming the youngest major division director in the hospital's history. In 1987, he successfully performed the first separation of craniopagus twins conjoined at the back of the head. He also performed the first fully successful separation of type-2 vertical craniopagus twins in 1997 in South Africa. Dr. Carson received dozens of honors and awards in recognition of his achievements including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. He is also a recipient of the Spingarn Medal, the highest honor bestowed by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Dr. Carson authored nine books, four of which he co-wrote with his wife Candy. The U.S. News Media Group and Harvard's Center for Public Leadership named him among “America's Best Leaders” in 2008. Dr. Carson and his wife co-founded the Carson Scholars Fund, which recognizes young people of all backgrounds for exceptional academic and humanitarian accomplishments. The Fund is currently operating in 50 states and the District of Columbia, and has recognized more than 7,300 scholars, awarded more than $7.3 million in scholarships, and installed more than 150 Ben Carson Reading Rooms around the country. Relevant Links: American Cornerstone Institute (https://americancornerstone.org/) | Guided by our cornerstones of faith, liberty, community, and life, we will strengthen the bonds that hold our country together by promoting conservative, commonsense solutions to the issues facing our society. These four cornerstones laid the foundation for the greatest nation the world has ever seen. Their promotion and preservation can secure the United States of America as a beacon of hope and freedom for generations to come. Little Patriots (https://littlepatriotslearning.com/) | The American Cornerstone Institute created the Little Patriots program so families and teachers have a free, online resource they can use to teach children civics lessons, history, and American values. We have a Little Patriots Learning Portal specifically for schools that allows students to pause their work, allows teachers to track student progress, and add school specific content. This is all free of charge too. If your school is interested in reviewing this Little Patriots Learning Portal to use to supplement their current history, civics, or community course credits, please email littlepatriots@americancornerstone.org (littlepatriots@americancornerstone.org) and use the subject line: “Interested School.” Created Equal - New Book by Dr. Ben Carson (https://www.amazon.com/Created-Equal-Painful-Confusing-Present/dp/1546002642) https://ileaderssummit.org/americas-roundtable-podcasts/ https://ileaderssummit.org/services/americas-roundtable-radio/ https://ileaderssummit.org/ | https://jerusalemleaderssummit.com/ America's Roundtable on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/americas-roundtable/id1518878472 Twitter: @RealBenCarson @ileaderssummit @NatashaSrdoc @JoelAnandUSA @supertalk America's Roundtable is co-hosted by Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, co-founders of International Leaders Summit and the Jerusalem Leaders Summit. America's Roundtable radio program - a strategic initiative of International Leaders Summit, focuses on America's economy, healthcare reform, rule of law, security and trade, and its strategic partnership with rule of law nations around the world. The radio program features high-ranking US administration officials, cabinet members, members of Congress, state government officials, distinguished diplomats, business and media leaders and influential thinkers from around the world. Tune into America's Roundtable Radio program from Washington, DC via live streaming on Saturday mornings via 65 radio stations at 7:30 A.M. (ET) on Lanser Broadcasting Corporation covering the Michigan and the Midwest market, and at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk Mississippi — SuperTalk.FM reaching listeners in every county within the State of Mississippi, and neighboring states in the South including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennessee. Listen to America's Roundtable on digital platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon, Google and other key online platforms. Listen live, Saturdays at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk | https://www.supertalk.fm

CATS Roundtable
Dr. Ben Carson - Foundation teaches children to love America.

CATS Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 8:43


Dr. Ben Carson - Foundation teaches children to love America. by John Catsimatidis

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis
Cats At Night | 10-18-2022

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 50:17


Tonight on Cats at Night, John Catsimatidis is joined by Alan Dershowitz, Gordon Chang, Anthony Weiner, Melissa DeRosa, Ben Carson, Steve Moore, and Dr. Peter Michalos! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis
Dr. Ben Carson | Neurosurgeon | 10-18-2022

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 3:06


Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Inside The War Room
Chad O. Jackson

Inside The War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 42:21


Uncle Tom II is an odyssey depicting the gradual demoralization of America through Marxist infiltration of its institutions. The film explores how this deceptive ideology has torn apart the fabric of society while using black America as its number one tool for its destruction. Featuring an all star cast including Larry Elder, Voddie Baucham, Chad O Jackson, Dr. Carol Swain, Dr. Ben Carson, and more, this sequel to the highly acclaimed film (Uncle Tom (2020)), Uncle Tom II will take the audience deeper into black America's often eradicated history of honorable men, entrepreneurship, prosperity, faith, and patriotism, to its current perceived state of anger, discontent and victimhood.Links from the show:* Watch Uncle Tom II* Connect with Chad on his website, Twitter, or InstagramAbout my guest:Chad O. Jackson is a professional craftsman and business owner in Dallas Texas. He was a featured cast member in the highly acclaimed 2020 documentary, Uncle Tom. Following the success of the film, Chad shifted his focus to work with Director Justin Malone on Uncle Tom II. As a co-producer, co-writer, assistant editor and featured cast member of the newly released film, Uncle Tom II, Chad serves as a purveyor of Christian ethics, free market production and literacy in todayTo's culture. Get full access to Dispatches from the War Room at dispatchesfromthewarroom.substack.com/subscribe

Life Lessons with Dr. Bob
Ep23 Best-selling Author and Political Scientist, Dr. Carol Swain

Life Lessons with Dr. Bob

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 81:36


Dr. Carol Swain, an award-winning political scientist and former tenured professor at Princeton and Vanderbilt Universities, is a Distinguished Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies with the Texas Public Policy Foundation and an educational advisor for American Cornerstone Institute founded by Dr. Ben Carson.She has served on the Tennessee Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the 1776 Commission.Dr. Swain is the author or editor of 11 books, including the bestseller, Black Eye for America: How Critical Race Theory is Burning Down the House (co-authored Christopher Schorr). Her latest book is Countercultural Living: What Jesus Has to Say About Life, Marriage, Race, Gender, and Materialism.She is an expert on critical race theory, American politics, and race relations. Her television appearances include ABC's Headline News, BBC Radio and TV, NPR, CNN's AC360, Fox and Friends, Judge Jeanine, The Ingraham Angle, and Tucker Carson.She has published opinion pieces in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Epoch Times, The Financial Times and USA Today.Dr. Swain is an entrepreneur and her businesses include Carol Swain Enterprises, L.L.C. and Unity Training Solutions, L.L.C., which offers an alternative to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training (DEI).She holds five degrees including a Ph.D. from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.S.L. from Yale.

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, The Detroit School Board trying to cancel Dr. Ben Carson

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 8:30


Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines. 

The David Alliance
You are from where???

The David Alliance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 7:45


  Wake the Faith up Slayer… This is Garth Heckman with the David Alliance and you can reach me at TDAgiantslayer@gmail.com    Brought to you by wellbuiltbody.com Gym Apparel for men and women that rocks and shocks and ain't for everybody - but just might be for you. wellbuiltbody.com   To be a neurosurgeon and to be able to be the best of the best, in fact be able to be the first one to separate conjoined twins at the back of the head… They have to have an incredible background, family and raise with some major elitism… but not Ben Carson. Born a poor inner city kid in Detroit, raised by a single mom and had a nasty temper… he had everything going against him including what other thought of him.    Acts 2 2 When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. 2 Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. 3 They saw what seemed to be tongues of fire that separated and came to rest on each of them. 4 All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them. 5 Now there were staying in Jerusalem God-fearing Jews from every nation under heaven. 6 When they heard this sound, a crowd came together in bewilderment, because each one heard their own language being spoken. 7 Utterly amazed, they asked: “Aren't all these who are speaking Galileans?  (Galileans - a group of nobodies, normal everyday people… The group that changed the world??? They are from New Prague??? What?)  8 Then how is it that each of us hears them in our native language? 9 Parthians, Medes and Elamites; residents of Mesopotamia, Judea and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia, 10 Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of Libya near Cyrene; visitors from Rome 11 (both Jews and converts to Judaism); Cretans and Arabs—we hear them declaring the wonders of God in our own tongues!”  (We see elsewhere in scripture where Paul went to other lands and churches had already been started… most likely from the those who were in this group.) 12 Amazed and perplexed, they asked one another, “What does this mean?” 13 Some, however, made fun of them and said, “They have had too much wine.”   What does this mean… aren't they all Galileans?  They are the wrong people… they are nobody's - I will never forget the first time I was really moved to want to heal someone (and definitely not for the right reasons) But a young kid my age, weird, super spiritual and fresh out of the drug culture and was very sexually permissive. He had healed a woman's leg. He prayed and had it grow out a few inches. He had many people from church as eye witnesses… and I was like “YOU”… wait a second you are a dimwit (and he was) But I began to think thats not fair- he is the wrong person to use. But God uses nobody's.   In fact  God can use anybody. He used an ass to speak to baalam. He used an old prophet to speak to David, He used a a whisper to speak to Elijah, he used a little girl to speak to Peter, he used a couple dead fish and pieces of bread, he used spit and dirt to heal a man…. God can use anybody and anything.    They did not have the intellect or educational pedigree to be considered to be effective. What is your reputation among those who are very mature spiritual believers… What is it among your stupid sinner friends? What is it among your coworkers?  IT DON'T MATTER FOR CHATTER. God does not care what your reputation is, he just wants to fill you and use you. I used to pray this prayer, God kill me, fill me and spill me. Just ask God to continually fill you with his spirit and take a run at it. 

David Webb Show
Dr. Ben Carson

David Webb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 17:22


Dr. Ben Carson joins the show to discuss the pandemic and it "coming to an end." President Biden doubled down on that on 60 minutes, yet the left's COVID theatrics still continue in both schools and all-over liberal cities.

Training4Manhood
Election Prep 101 (3 of 3)

Training4Manhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 27:46


Guest: Scott Turner   Begin to develop a life of SERVICE  - look for opportunities to plug in and serve your community and your church. Pray that God would help you see the needs where you can serve - there is no “small” opportunity - Scott's example of reading to younger children in the schools is such an important opportunity that men need to consider and fill!   Where does “service” begin - in the HOME! Before you export the wisdom of your life into the world, make sure that you're actually living it out in your own home.   To learn more about “opportunity zones,” check out this resource - Dr. Ben Carson and Scott Turner, former Director of the White House Opportunity Zone and Revitalization Council, discuss the impact and future of Opportunity Zones with a panel of industry experts.   Wisdom from Scott: Remember the sacrifices made by those who have gone before - to secure the freedoms that we have today! Vote - remember that you are a Christian and find candidates whose values align with your Biblical worldview - educate yourself. Don't vote for people because they have the most signs and commercials - find qualified candidates who will put into practice those principles and values that you believe are best for our community and country. Vote - know about the election you're voting in - who the candidates are, what the issues are, the difference between a primary and general election. Men, you're called to lead your family and community - voting in one of those important actions you need to engage in. Make voting a priority. Put it on your calendar and go! Remember to get The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God by Tim Keller - we will begin our books discussions to be released on the Fridays in October!   Finally, Training4Manhood is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and donations are tax deductible. You can visit our website at Training4Manhood.com to make a donation using PayPal or can donate with a Zelle account to info@training4manhood.com

Radio Influence
United Patriots Uprising: Shocking/Explosive Film “Uncle Tom II” Exposes The Insidious Destruction Of Black America

Radio Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 45:17


The sequel to the documentary “Uncle Tom,” director/producer JUSTIN MALONE, producer/writer CHAD O. JACKSON and cast member DR. BEN CARSON reveal how Marxist/Communist factions and black leadership intentionally purged the history of the American Negro and continues to create contrived racial tension to obtain power, destroy capitalism and replace God with government. The cast includes […] The post United Patriots Uprising: Shocking/Explosive Film “Uncle Tom II” Exposes The Insidious Destruction Of Black America appeared first on Radio Influence.

United Patriots Uprising
United Patriots Uprising: Shocking/Explosive Film “Uncle Tom II” Exposes The Insidious Destruction Of Black America

United Patriots Uprising

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 45:17


The sequel to the documentary “Uncle Tom,” director/producer JUSTIN MALONE, producer/writer CHAD O. JACKSON and cast member DR. BEN CARSON reveal how Marxist/Communist factions and black leadership intentionally purged the history of the American Negro and continues to create contrived racial tension to obtain power, destroy capitalism and replace God with government. The cast includes […] The post United Patriots Uprising: Shocking/Explosive Film “Uncle Tom II” Exposes The Insidious Destruction Of Black America appeared first on Radio Influence.

Mornings on the Mall
9.22.22 - Hour 3: Dr. Ben Carson, Biden in 2024

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 34:24


In the third hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Dr. Ben Carson, former Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development about the Stacey Abrams' comments on abortion as well as the science behind transgender surgeries. Vince asks listeners if they think Joe Biden will run in 2024.  For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm.   To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Joe Piscopo Show
9 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 9-22-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 53:06


Dr. Ben Carson, retired neurosurgeon who served as the 17th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development from 2017 to 2021. Topic: Housing migrants flown and bused from the Southern Border. Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law Professor, host of "The DerShow," and the author of "The Price of Principle". Topic: Letitia James' Trump lawsuit. Tony Danza, legendary actor and entertainer, best known for starring on some of television's most beloved and long-running series, including “Taxi” and “Who's the Boss?” Topic: Upcoming shows at 54Below in New York City.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My Friend Lyssa
Heading for a Fall

My Friend Lyssa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 31:51


Episode 2.05 ("Heading for a Fall").  Written by Lori Furth, Lyssa Graham, Dale Leopold and Jack Mooney.  Humans and animals converge on Lyssa's vocal booth to escape construction noise. Alvin and The Chipmunks' school days are less than harmonious. In a BS de Résistance mini-sode, Ben Carson and Lydia infiltrate Ginni Thomas' prayer meeting. A couple eager to travel overseas gets tested. And...beware the Bad Mall.   Featuring the vocal talents of the Suffolk & Goode Players: Rebecca Davis  (Lauren Boebert, Hotel Server) Dustin Ebaugh (Jay, Rudy Giuliani) Lori Furth (Teacher, Bad Mall Announcer) Lyssa Graham (Herself, School Counselor, Lydia) Dale Leopold (Himself, Announcer, Arabic Announcer, Principal, BS Announcer, Travel Husband) Chris Mezzolesta (Randall, Dave Seville, Ted Cruz, Front Desk, Jesus) Karyn O'Bryant (Jake, Russian Announcer, Travel Wife, Ginni Thomas) and George Washington III (Dr. Ben Carson, Travel Announcer). Original Music composed, performed and produced by Chris Mezzolesta. No song this time. Editing, sound design and audio production by Dale Leopold Artwork by Richard McMurry

Booknotes+
Ep. 80 Judy Shelton on the Federal Reserve

Booknotes+

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 65:46 Very Popular


Judy Shelton has been appearing on C-SPAN since 1989 and in this edition of the Booknotes+ podcast, she talks about the role of the Federal Reserve in our economy. . Her first visit was on Booknotes to discuss her book titled "The Coming Soviet Crash." During the past 33 years since her first appearance on C-SPAN, Judy Shelton has been in and out of politics. She worked for a time with three presidential candidates, including Bob Dole, Ben Carson, and Donald Trump. It was President Trump who nominated her to serve on the board of the Federal Reserve. Her selection to the Fed was controversial, and eventually, President Joe Biden's administration withdrew her nomination in February of 2021.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Eric Metaxas Show
Dr. Ben Carson

The Eric Metaxas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 45:56 Very Popular


Dr. Ben Carson sets the record straight on Black history in America with his appearance in Larry Elder's power-packed documentary, "Uncle Tom II," available at SalemNOW.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sean Hannity Show
Dr. Ben Carson - September 2nd, Hour 2

The Sean Hannity Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 30:56


Matt Gaetz and Dr. Ben Carson join Sean on this "Best of Sean Hannity" to review the upcoming elections.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers
Liberty and Justice for All or the Favored Class? Don Kroah with Dr. Ben Carson

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 19:17


Don Kroah talks with Dr. Ben Carson about the President Biden forgiving student loans and how it will hurt the country, the weaponization of the FBI against political opponents, and how America is losing its identity to Marxism and Maoism. Dr. Carson also shares the importance our children knowing history. To learn more, visit https://littlepatriotslearning.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The FOX News Rundown
Senator Ernst On Afghanistan and Biden's ‘Broken Promises'

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 31:04 Very Popular


Just over one year ago, the Taliban captured Afghanistan's capital city of Kabul following the withdrawal of American forces from the region. President Biden had ordered all US troops be removed even as key Afghan provinces quickly fell to the Taliban, and today Afghans are once again living under the Taliban's repressive rule. Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) joins the podcast to explain how the disorganized U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan destabilized the region, reports of mass hunger and potential terror resurgence under Taliban rule, and her concern that America is not holding the Taliban accountable as the Biden administration promised they would.   Although many recognize Tim Tebow as a Heisman-winning NFL quarterback, he is also known for his charitable work. With the latest campaign, "Protect Them," the Tim Tebow Foundation is aiming to put an end to human trafficking by protecting those who are victims of it. The organization is working to provide safe shelters for girls and witnesses facing threats for testifying against their traffickers in court. He joins the Rundown to discuss how he was first introduced to the issue, and the foundation's ongoing efforts to fight human trafficking by providing help, faith, and healing to those in the most vulnerable situations.   Plus, commentary by Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PBD Podcast
Dr. Ben Carson | PBD Podcast | Ep. 178

PBD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 127:31 Very Popular


PBD Podcast Episode 178. In this episode, Patrick Bet-David is joined by Dr. Ben Carson and Adam Sosnick. They discuss Elon Musk speaking at a GOP event, whether Joe Manchin sold out Americans and the future of American politics. Text: PODCAST to 310.340.1132 to get added to the distribution list Check out Dr. Caron's Little Patriots Learning: https://bit.ly/3dGl2Dd Patrick Bet-David is the founder and CEO of Valuetainment Media. He is the author of the #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller Your Next Five Moves (Simon & Schuster) and a father of 2 boys and 2 girls. He currently resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbdpodcast/support

Diamond & Silk: The Podcast
EP | 210 Dr. Ben Carson joins Diamond and Silk to discuss the state of our country, Biden's DOJ

Diamond & Silk: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 60:49


Dr. Ben Carson joins Diamond and Silk to discuss the state of our country, Biden's DOJ, and more... SHARE SHARE SHARE Sponsors: 1. https://GraithCare.com2. http://CBSpray.com3. https://MyPillow.com/TrumpWon Save up to 66%4. http://SupportDiamondandSilk.com Visit to Become a Monthly Supporter Follow Diamond and Silk at https://ChatDit.comFollow Diamond and Silk on https://Gettr.comFollow Diamond and Silk on https://FrankSocial.comFollow Diamond and Silk on https://TruthSocial.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Charlie Kirk Show
'An Invading Force' — Charlie Opening Speech LIVE from the TPUSA Student Action Summit

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 26:50 Very Popular


On this very special episode of The Charlie Kirk Show, we bring to you Charlie's opening speech LIVE from Turning Point USA's Student Action Summit, a powerful message delivered in front of 5,000 college and high school students gathered in Tampa Bay, Florida from around the country. In a speech proceeding Dr. Ben Carson, Sens. Mike Lee, Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, and Gov. Ron DeSantis, Charlie lays out the case for why the modern, radical left is nothing more than an invading force occupying American soil. So in order to beat an invading occupier, Charlie explains we must think like dissidents, using guerrilla information and messaging tactics to take back our country and restore her to its original, founding ideals.  Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Why Average Choices Lead to Mediocre Results w/ John R. Miles EP 166

Passion Struck with John R. Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 27:20 Transcription Available


John R. Miles - Why average choices lead to mediocre results. | Brought to you by AppSumo's application marketplace (https://social.appsumo.com/passion), Gusto's all-in-one HR solution https://www.gusto.com/passionstruck, the Policygenius insurance comparison website (https://www.policygenius.com/), and Indeed the platform for hiring (https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck). In last week's episode, I argued that mediocrity achieved as an end result of all our best efforts is not bad. But, it is when we intentionally practice habits that lead to being mediocre. The truth is no one wants the title of being mediocre. Everyone desires to be unique, outstanding, and gifted. However, until you create an environment around yourself that fosters excellent choices, you will persist in making daily choices that make you average at best.  --► Get the full show notes: https://passionstruck.com/why-average-choices-lead-being-mediocre/  --► Subscribe to My Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles --► Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-struck-with-john-r-miles/id1553279283 *Our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/passionstruck. Thank you to our sponsors *AppSumo - Head to https://social.appsumo.com/passion for 10% off already discounted prices. *Gusto - Go to https://www.gusto.com/passionstruck for three months of free payroll, benefits, and HR.  *Indeed - Head to https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck, where you can receive a $75 credit to attract, interview, and hire in one place.  *Policygenius - Save 50% or more on life insurance at https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck. Passion Struck Podcast Starter Packs New to the show? These Starter Packs are collections of our most popular episodes grouped by topic, and we now have them also on Spotify. To find your old favorites, you can also browse starter packs for existing listeners. Every week, John interviews everyday heroes from all walks of life. Learn how to subscribe to the show and never miss a new episode and topic. What I discuss about why average choices lead to mediocre results: In today's episode, I will highlight habits most commonly found in those who pursue mediocrity. I will then provide you with eight things you can do to start making choices that lead to living an intentional life so that you can achieve your best in all areas of life.   I will do this by sharing the story of famous American neurosurgeon Ben Carson, whose achievements prove that anyone can become excellent in what they do if they choose to. 0:00 Introduction and announcements 3:03 Why are we what we repeatedly do? 5:52 How Ben Carson overcame mediocrity 14:11 Why is mediocrity a choice? 14:54 What are the habits of mediocre people? 20:01 Eight vital ways to unlock a remarkable life 23:52 Exceptional choices deliver exceptional results 25:53  Analysis and future guest promo Show discussion questions: Why do so many people make average decisions that lead to mediocrity? Why do we have a hard time accepting the idea of being mediocre? How did Ben Carson alter his life's direction? What is your biggest takeaway from the story of Ben Carson you can apply in your own life? What are the consequences of not making the choices that carry us closer to our goals? Why is mediocrity not a state we should want to pursue? What are your key takeaways from today's episode? How can you apply them to your life? How will you approach your choices in the future? Show Links Interested in reading the transcript for the episode: https://johnrmiles.com/if-you-want-remarkable-life-stop-chasing-normal-one/   Think Big by Ben Carson: https://amzn.to/3PsyXem (Amazon Link) The Big Picture by Ben Carson: https://amzn.to/3PINH8p (Amazon Link) Take the Risk by Ben Carson: https://amzn.to/3v9Ozev (Amazon Link) Listen to my solo episode from last week on how you overcome the culture of exceptionalism: https://passionstruck.com/how-do-you-overcome-culture-of-exceptionalism/  Check out my interview with Virgin Unite President Jean Oelwang if you want to learn how to build powerful partnerships. My interview with Sara Mednick Ph.D. on the power of the downstate and its impact on performance and health: https://passionstruck.com/sara-mednick-recharge-your-brain-body/  My interview with Katy Milkman, Ph.D. on how to create lasting behavior change: https://passionstruck.com/katy-milkman-behavior-change-for-good/  My solo episode on why micro choices matter: https://passionstruck.com/why-your-micro-choices-determine-your-life/ My solo episode on why you must feel to heal: https://passionstruck.com/why-you-must-feel-to-find-emotional-healing/ Follow John on the Socials: * Twitter: https://twitter.com/Milesjohnr * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m * Medium: https://medium.com/@JohnRMiles ​* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_r_miles * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesjohn/ * Blog: https://johnrmiles.com * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast/ * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_struck/ -- John R. Miles is the CEO, and Founder of PASSION STRUCK®, the first of its kind company focused on impacting real change by teaching people how to live Intentionally. He is on a mission to help people live a no-regrets life that exalts their victories and lets them know they matter in the world. For over two decades, he built his own career applying his research of passion struck leadership, first becoming a Fortune 50 CIO and then a multi-industry CEO. John is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, and author. Passion Struck is a full-service media company that helps people live intentionally by creating best-in-class educational and entertainment content.   

Unashamed with Phil Robertson
Ep 504 | Jase Calls Christians to Step Up After Roe v. Wade & Phil's Adventure with Dr. Ben Carson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 56:41


Jase calls on the church to step up in the wake of Roe v. Wade and intercede for all the orphans who will face a parentless future. Phil and Al give an Old Testament Bible study on the womb and illustrate how God views unborn children as entire future nations! Jase tells the story of Karina, their daughter from Nicaragua, who was given a chance to rise up and become a mighty warrior for Jesus Christ. And Phil talks about his recent visit from Dr. Ben Carson, who enjoyed a nature adventure with Phil as the guide. Sign up to watch the Unashamed overtime show, only on BlazeTV: https://BlazeTV.com/unashamed Get "Your Daily Phil: 100 Days of Truth and Freedom to Heal America's Soul" by Phil Robertson, available now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1400235936 Visit https://TommyJohn.com/PHIL and get 20% off your next order - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices