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Best of News Talk 590 WVLK AM
Kruser & Crew 8-15-22

Best of News Talk 590 WVLK AM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 30:45


Special guest host Damon Thayer fills in for Kruser as he talks to Sen. Brandon Smith and Sen. Max Wise in hour 2.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KaiserTV Podcast
Der Rat für integrativen Kapitalismus | Brandon Smith

KaiserTV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 11:46


Die Idee, dass die Finanz- und politischen Eliten der Welt eine globale Regierung anstreben, wird in den Mainstream- und Establishment-Medien schon lange als "Verschwörungstheorie" bezeichnet. Doch der Anfang einer globalen Regierung existieren bereits, und er nennt sich Council for Inclusive Capitalism - auf deutsch: "Rat für integrativen Kapitalismus". Es ist eine Machtstruktur, die jede politische Vertretung, jede Kontrolle und jede Beteiligung der Wähler umgeht. Gemacht von Konzernen und Geldeliten für Konzerne und Geldeliten. Das sind Wirtschaftskonglomerate, die einseitig und zentralisiert Entscheidungen für unsere Gesellschaft treffen. Und da die großen Unternehmen so tun, als seien sie von der Regierung getrennt und nicht Partner der Regierung, können sie behaupten, dass sie tun dürfen, was sie wollen. Dieser Beitrag von Brandon Smith wurde zuerst auf folgender Seite veröffentlicht: Gelesen von: Dide Sterling

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless
Xavier Ellis, Idiot Song, Friday Brag Artist - The Rush Hour podcast - Friday 12th August 2022

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 54:17


Patrick Cripps free to play, Brandon Smith gives Cam Munster a clip, Friday Brag Artist, Billy's shoutout to Quambatook Footy Club, we're hitting the road on Monday, Round 22 preview, we announce the winner of our Supercars competition, Xavier Ellis, Idiot Song, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bryan Hyde Show
2022 August 8 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:37


This is a story I almost hesitate to share because it has real potential to alarm some folks. Brandon Smith has a solid grasp of why our supply chain problems will persist and how the system is being sabotaged. There's still time to improve your position, if you're aware of what's happening. The troubles that Alex Jones has faced both legally and culturally are instructive. His take on the Sandy Hook school shooting is costing him financially and places a target on the First Amendment as well. Ed Brodow says there is no right to never be offended. If you're serious about limiting the amount of evil that might enter the world through you, it's critical to understand why so many go along with it. Larry Reed reminds us of Hannah Arendt and her chilling thesis on "the banality of evil." Seth Shoultes joins me to share his thoughts on a number of topics including life and opportunity. The link to his business is in the sponsor links below. An FBI whistleblower recently leaked documents that show how far federal law enforcement is reaching to find the "violent extremists" who threaten America. J.B. Shurk confirms that patriotism is kryptonite to America's communist class. Sponsors: HSL Ammo Monticello College Life Saving Food  Garage Door Pros

Prospects Live Podcast
IVBs & BBEs: A Baseball Scouting Podcast. Ep. 1

Prospects Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 55:11


**Enjoy this first episode of our brand new podcast for free! It will live behind our base $5/month tier from here on out**Introducing a brand new bi-weekly podcast exclusive to all Patrons! Joe Doyle leads with cohosts Brandon Smith and Jackson Thomas as they talk about how data and metrics can (and should) be applied to talent evaluation. -How data is used in evaluating talent. The Do's & Don'ts-How data can be used in different ways in scouting discovery and affirmation-Our podcast title- Defining IVB (Induced Vertical Break) and how to apply it to pitch shape and evaluating pitchers- Defining BBE (Batted-Ball Events) and how to apply those numbers in evaluating hitters and how that data can get you in trouble- Common mistakes in - What are some things about baseball data that drive us crazy?- Previewing future episodes (Guests, Topics, Timelines, etc...)

The Workplace Therapist Show
Special Edition: How to Talk to the Decision-Maker (Who Doesn't Want to Talk to You) featuring Sam Horn

The Workplace Therapist Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 34:51


Thanks so much for being a loyal follower of The Workplace Therapist Show! With your support, we've had over 115,000 all-time downloads!  Did you know we also have a new podcast called The Leadership Foundry Podcast where we take a deeper dive into issues and roadblocks impacting leaders in today's hybrid workplace? We talk about things like “why good leaders fail” - an episode featuring Jim Wetrich, “Three Core Principles for First-Time CEOs” with Chad Costley and this episode you're about to hear with Sam Horn on “How to Talk to the Decision-Maker Who Doesn't want to Talk to You).  Check out The Leadership Foundry Podcast on iTunes and MyLeadershipFoudry.com where you can catch up on past episodes.  Now - enjoy this special edition with host, Brandon Smith and Guest, Sam Horn, Founder and CEO of The Intrigue Agency. 

Buddycast
Buddycast with Brandon Smith

Buddycast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 26:57


On this episode of Buddycast, Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street? While we might not know the way to Sesame Street we sure know the way to Buddycast where you get to meet a puppeteer from Sesame Street! Come meet our new buddies Brandon Smith! Hear all about the fun adventures he has while working as a puppeteer on Sesame Street! All right here on the show made for buddies, Buddycast! #gobesomeonesbuddy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nick-sorensen/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2022 July 29 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 42:37


One of the most alarming developments of our time is the speed with which science has become conjoined with government. Barry Brownstein has a great reminder that state power doesn't settle science. It should be pretty obvious by now that government pads the numbers and spins statistics when it's advantageous. Debra Heine reports that whistleblowers have stepped forward to report FBI officials are pressuring agents to artificially inflate domestic terror data. It's always a good idea to keep our priorities straight. Jonathan Barnes makes a solid case for putting first things first, before politics. Brandon Smith always has a take worth considering. His latest essay is especially timely. He says to take back our culture, we need to build our own media army. Sponsors: HSL Ammo Monticello College Life Saving Food  Garage Door Pros

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 July 29 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 42:37


One of the most alarming developments of our time is the speed with which science has become conjoined with government. Barry Brownstein has a great reminder that state power doesn't settle science. It should be pretty obvious by now that government pads the numbers and spins statistics when it's advantageous. Debra Heine reports that whistleblowers have stepped forward to report FBI officials are pressuring agents to artificially inflate domestic terror data. It's always a good idea to keep our priorities straight. Jonathan Barnes makes a solid case for putting first things first, before politics. Brandon Smith always has a take worth considering. His latest essay is especially timely. He says to take back our culture, we need to build our own media army. Sponsors: HSL Ammo Monticello College Life Saving Food Garage Door Pros --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
The Council for Inclusive Capitalism Is the Tip of the Spear for the Liberal World Order

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 57:29


The JD Rucker Political Report – In the article by Brandon Smith from Alt-Market, I learned about the “Council for Inclusive Capitalism.” These are truly bad dudes, and while all of our focus has been on organizations such as the World Economic Forum and the World Health Organization, the CIC may be even more dangerous than any of them...

NOQ Report
What Do Rothschilds, Rockefellers, and Pope Francis Have in Common? The Globalist Council for Inclusive Capitalism

NOQ Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 55:00


When we think of the New World Order (or their rebranded version, the Liberal World Order), we usually think of the World Economic Forum, the World Health Organization, and people like Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, George Soros, and Barack Obama. But as Brandon Smith noted in a recent article, the WEF is mostly just a planning organization. It's the "think tank" of globalist elites.When it comes to enacting the various evil machinations of these powers and principalities, the Council for Inclusive Capitalism is the tip of the spear. This is where the other group of globalists take the plans and put them into action. Among these globalists who are driving The Great Reset agenda are Pope Francis, the Rockefeller Foundation, and none other than group founder Lynn Forester de Rothschild.

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless
Jay Z's Massive Trade Rumour, Wendell Sailor, How Is Your Dog A Genius? - The Rush Hour podcast - Wednesday 13th July 2022

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 59:21


Is Clarko the front-runner for the North Melbourne coaching gig?, Brandon Smith suspended for three games, South Africa withdraw from ODI Series in Australia, Hump Day Quiz, Jay Z Clark's trade news and rumours, JB copped it from Joe Ingles and Jarryd Roughead, Greg Norman not invited to The Open Champions Dinner, how is your dog a genius?, Bunnings will increase the price of their snags, Wendell Sailor previews State of Origin Game 3, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fox League Podcast
NRL 360 - Slater gives away no hints at Game 3 five eight decision, Isaiah Papali'i gets cold feet ahead of 2023 Tigers move, Brandon Smith cops 3 week Ban - 12/07/22

The Fox League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 33:04


Catch up on all the Rugby League news from NRL360, Tuesday the 12th of July, with host Braith Anasta and of course, Paul Kent. The duo are joined by Paul Crawley and Michael Carayannis to discuss who the Maroons will select in the halves for Game 3. The situation at the West Tigers and if they can keep the deal in place of Isaiah Papali'i. As well as revealing the breaking news on Brandon Smith's judiciary decision. For more of the show tune in on Fox League CH 502 or stream full episodes on KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Whateley
NRL legend and Queensland assistant coach Cameron Smith (13.7.22)

Whateley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 13:25


With the State of Origin decider set to be played at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane tonight, NRL legend and Queensland assistant coach Cameron Smith joined Gerard to explain why an NRL grand final doesn't compare to an Origin decider, the challenges COVID is posing with players like Cameron Munster missing tonight's game, and where they went wrong in game 2. He also chatted about getting a grand stand and a statue in his honour, the Storm's recent struggles, and Brandon Smith's lengthy suspension.

Fire Up!
#19/22; Y** Cheating Bastard with Clancy Overell

Fire Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 83:57


The Betoota Advocate's Clancy Overell joins in to run through State Of Origin, Brandon Smith and a quick summation of the complete landscape of Australian media and politics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloke In A Bar
Bloke In A Bar - Origin III Preview + Round 17 Review w/ RL Guru

Bloke In A Bar

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 224:06 Very Popular


0:00 Queensland pair out 42:18 McLean Out, Saifiti in1:14:22 Walsh to Broncos1:25:00 CNK to Warriors1:40:00 Brandon Smith sin bin2:00:00 Sharks v Storm2:21:00 Knights v Rabbitohs2:50:00 Tigers v Eels3:08:00 Broncos v Dragons3:27:00 Bloke Community questions

Moonman In The Morning Catch Up - 104.9 Triple M Sydney - Lawrence Mooney, Gus Worland, Jess Eva & Chris Page
MG'S NRL WRAP | MG Hits Out At Brad Fittler Critics, Latrell Mitchell Is BACK & MG Weighs-In On Brandon Smith's Cheating Bastard Sledge!

Moonman In The Morning Catch Up - 104.9 Triple M Sydney - Lawrence Mooney, Gus Worland, Jess Eva & Chris Page

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 10:23


MG'S NRL WRAP | MG Hits Out At Brad Fittler Critics, Latrell Mitchell Is BACK & MG Weighs-In On Brandon Smith's Cheating Bastard Sledge! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Triple M Rocks Footy NRL
MG'S NRL WRAP | MG Hits Out At Brad Fittler Critics, Latrell Mitchell Is BACK & MG Weighs-In On Brandon Smith's Cheating Bastard Sledge!

The Triple M Rocks Footy NRL

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 10:23


MG'S NRL WRAP | MG Hits Out At Brad Fittler Critics, Latrell Mitchell Is BACK & MG Weighs-In On Brandon Smith's Cheating Bastard Sledge!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sunday Triple M NRL Catch Up - Paul Kent, Gorden Tallis, Ryan Girdler, Anthony Maroon
Saturday Scrum Full Show | QLD's Origin Plans In Tatters, Victor Radley Jumps In The Co-Host Chair & The Brandon Smith Debate!

The Sunday Triple M NRL Catch Up - Paul Kent, Gorden Tallis, Ryan Girdler, Anthony Maroon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 82:40


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The Triple M Rocks Footy NRL
Saturday Scrum Full Show | QLD's Origin Plans In Tatters, Victor Radley Jumps In The Co-Host Chair & The Brandon Smith Debate!

The Triple M Rocks Footy NRL

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 82:40


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Drive with Joel & Fletch
Crunch Time Saturday - Full Show (9/07/22)

Drive with Joel & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 128:37


Joel Caine is joined by James Magnussen and Adrian Proszenko for an extended Crunch Time - previewing Saturday and Sunday Football as well as reviewing the start of the round. They also chat Brandon Smith's incident with referee Adam Gee, how far South Sydney can go this season with Latrell Mitchell back in the side and Origin selections ahead of Wednesday night's decider.

The Dead Set Legends Sydney Catch Up - Triple M Sydney - Gus, Jude & Wendell
Dead Set Legends | Will Covid In The Queensland Camp Cost Them The Series?

The Dead Set Legends Sydney Catch Up - Triple M Sydney - Gus, Jude & Wendell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 50:42


Today on the Dead Set Legends - James Graham joins Danand Candiceon the show We love our tennis on this show and Australia's own Nick Kyrgios is into the Wimbledon finals, but we question if we should be supporting him? Covid has hit Queensland camp, with Munster & Taulagi testing positive and out of Origin, will this cost Queensland the series?  We unpack Thursday & Friday Night Footy and discuss whether Brandon Smith deserves the punishment he received from those comments to the ref. We chat to James Webb, Australia's very own Hot Dog Eating Champion – you won't believe how many he ate in 10 minutes! PLUS – Candice has a Tip, Greg Rust joins us for a Motor Sports Update and of course we have our sports updates. All that and so much more on the Dead Set Legends! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SEN Breakfast
The Kane and Kingy Ramble (08.07.22)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 13:02


Kyrgios through to the Wimbledon final in unlikely circumstances, Storm star Brandon Smith sin binned for ref abuse, and Kingy revisits Kane's criticism of North Melbourne's guard of honor after the Demons lined up for Isaac Smith last night.

Drive with Joel & Fletch
Cronulla Sharks v Melbourne Storm review (8/07/22)

Drive with Joel & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 9:43


Joel & SOK reviewed the Cronulla Sharks 28-6 win over the Melbourne Storm last night, Brandon Smith's sin bin + discussed the Sharks premiership chances.

QC, THAT'S WHERE!
'QC, That's Where' we have the only tug-of-war across the country's longest river

QC, THAT'S WHERE!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 21:46


For decades, two rival river towns have hosted the country's only Tug Of War across the Mississippi River. Port Byron, Illinois and LeClaire, Iowa set up teams to fight for victory, battling each other AND the heavy currents of the longest river in the country. Barry Long has served on the Tugfest Iowa Committee for 13 years. He's the event's Communications Director. Brandon Smith is heading into his first year of service on Tugfest, acting as the event emcee. As Tugfest turns 35 in 2022 these two share the perspective of the hard work, dedication and grit of the "Tuggers," talk about the charitable side of Tugfest and discuss the Iowa side's strategy to take back the win. The rope used in the event is 2,700 feet long and weighs 680 pounds. Tugfest runs from August 11-13 Learn about all the events on the Iowa side: https://tugfest.com/Learn about all the events on the Illinois side: https://www.tugfest.org/#VisitQuadCities #Tugfest #MississippiRiver #TugOfWar #MidwestDestination #SummerFun #FamilyFun 

Drive with Joel & Fletch
Sean Ormerod from Sportsbet (30/06/22)

Drive with Joel & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 5:48


Seany has one eye on the battle of Brookvale and of course he has a little angle tonight with Brandon Smith's 100th NRL match.

Whateley
Melbourne Storm CEO Justin Rodski (30.6.22)

Whateley

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 10:06


Melbourne Storm CEO Justin Rodski joined Julian de Stoop to talk about the hurdles State of Origin presents for NRL teams, Ryan Papenhuyzen's return this weekend, Brandon Smith's infectious personality, their rivalry against Manly, and more.

The Bryan Hyde Show
2022 June 27 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 42:28


    Bill Mahr has always had a pretty sharp sense of humor. It's encouraging and a bit refreshing to see him put it to work questioning the social justice narrative. If you haven't sensed it yet, just hang on. The lust for total control among the political class is surging. Julie Kelly has a no-holds-barred assessment of the accelerating purge that is aimed at freedom-loving Americans. The rising cost of fuel is hitting all of us where it hurts. Brandon Smith has some excellent analysis of the gas inflation crisis and where it's leading us. The way that we define success reveals a lot about who we are and what we prize. James Walpole has 7 question he likes to ask successful people that get answers with serious depth. The growing drought in the western U.S. is just one more complication that's having major impact on our world. Check out this video of how far water levels have dropped at Lake Mead. Incredible. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food  The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 June 27 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 85:20


The decision overturning Roe v. Wade has sent some definite shockwaves throughout the world. As Jordan Schachtel explains, suddenly the same leaders who were recently forcing vaccinations are very concerned about upholding human rights. Learning to walk in calm, confident authority is an essential part of claiming, using and defending your natural rights. Allan Stevo has a perfect example of what this looks like. Now more than ever, we need to remember that tribal thinking is being used to divide us. Barry Brownstein has a terrific essay on tribalism's big lie. Bill Mahr has always had a pretty sharp sense of humor. It's encouraging and a bit refreshing to see him put it to work questioning the social justice narrative. If you haven't sensed it yet, just hang on. The lust for total control among the political class is surging. Julie Kelly has a no-holds-barred assessment of the accelerating purge that is aimed at freedom-loving Americans. The rising cost of fuel is hitting all of us where it hurts. Brandon Smith has some excellent analysis of the gas inflation crisis and where it's leading us. The way that we define success reveals a lot about who we are and what we prize. James Walpole has 7 question he likes to ask successful people that get answers with serious depth. The growing drought in the western U.S. is just one more complication that's having major impact on our world. Check out this video of how far water levels have dropped at Lake Mead. Incredible. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Strategy with Jason
Maintaining Your Schedule Between Kids & Work ft. Brandon Smith

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 3:33


On this episode of the Business Of Parenting Podcast, Jason Harris is joined by Brandon Smith! The two discuss life before parenthood, when its deemed okay to return to work after having a newborn and maintaining a schedule. Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/do-you-remember-life-before-parenthood-ft-brandon-smith/id1454551179?i=1000567419007 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7C0YTEKKXxVFaMZpYtVJky?si=8Aa_7vsmTdCbpQazNEuYsg Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/businessofparenting/do-you-remember-life-before-parenthood-ft-brandon-smith Listen To More BOP: Apple Podcast: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/3oonJKe6E7nHXof3VfVy8x Soundcloud: @businessofparenting Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca BOP: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/business…arenting-podcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/Business-of-Parenting-Podcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/businessofparentingpodcast Brandon Smith: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonsmithsteelechev/

Strategy with Jason
Do You Remember Life Before Parenthood ft. Brandon Smith

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 32:33


On this episode of the Business Of Parenting Podcast, Jason Harris is joined by Brandon Smith! The two discuss life before parenthood, when its deemed okay to return to work after having a newborn and maintaining a schedule. Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/do-you-remember-life-before-parenthood-ft-brandon-smith/id1454551179?i=1000567419007 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7C0YTEKKXxVFaMZpYtVJky?si=8Aa_7vsmTdCbpQazNEuYsg Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/businessofparenting/do-you-remember-life-before-parenthood-ft-brandon-smith Listen To More BOP: Apple Podcast: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/3oonJKe6E7nHXof3VfVy8x Soundcloud: @businessofparenting Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca BOP: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/business…arenting-podcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/Business-of-Parenting-Podcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/businessofparentingpodcast Brandon Smith: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonsmithsteelechev/

Dr. Carole's Couch
How To Defeat the Globalist Elites & Survive with Liberty Intact!

Dr. Carole's Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 53:23


If you think there's a secret plan afoot by some in power, hiding in darkness to manipulate society in order to steal riches and create a subservient population... you are right! Call them the Globalist Elites, the World Economic Forum, or simply Evildoers... today's guest is fighting the good fight against them and wants to help you do it, too. Today's guest, Brandon Smith, is the Founder of Alt-Market. The Alternative Market Project is how Brandon educates the public on facts, evidence and philosophies that the mainstream establishment refuses to discuss in an honest way. But beyond that, Brandon's Alt-Market focuses on SOLUTIONS, not just threat analysis. His Newsletter, The Wild Bunch Dispatch, covers concepts and tactics for defeating globalism which is advancing quickly - from controlling your money to controlling your children. He states, The Wild Bunch is a place to explore subjects and solutions to centralized tyranny which are rarely if ever covered by the rest of the alternative media. For example, Brandon writes about: What is the bare minimum you would need to defend yourself against armed aggressors trying to take your supplies or invade your neighborhood or town? What specific gear do you HAVE TO have in order to survive and how long will that gear last you? Brandon writes, Consider this frightening prospect for a moment – Globalists control central banks and money creation, therefore they have almost infinite funding at their disposal. They have puppet politicians in every major government on the planet. They have tentacles in every facet of the mainstream media and are seeking ways to undermine the alternative media today. And, they have dozens of think tank institutions which are constantly war-gaming faster and better ways of hijacking even more power and eroding your individual rights until there is nothing left. Brandon writes, Crushing rebellions and insurgencies is a bit of an obsession for globalist think tanks. From DARPA to RAND Corporation and the Council On Foreign Relations, billions of dollars and thousands of man hours have been spent seeking out more effective ways to stop the citizenry from acting independently from government or the central bank controlled economy. The bulk of the strategies that these think tanks develop depend on the use of national emergency measures, or martial law measure in the event of a real or fabricated disaster. And so much more....

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 June 20 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 85:20


The growing tremors in the world's economic systems are getting harder to ignore. If you have the courage to really understand what the coming engineered stagflationary collapse portends, take a look at Brandon Smith's latest column. If there was ever a time for clarity, this is it. James Corbett has a straightforward take the controlled demolition of the global economy. He also has a warning about taking action instead of simply gawking. If you want to truly understand how the media fueled the covid-19 lockdowns, find the time to read this comprehensive breakdown by Michael Betrus. It helps explain why the panic was so deliberately widespread. The danger in the mainstream Jan 6 narrative is that anyone who questions the sanctity of the 2020 election is a dangerous "extremist." Michael Lesher sets the record straight on the show trial and Liz Cheney's dyspepsia. What's the difference between manners and lying? Knowing the answer to this question is a bigger deal than you might think. Jeremy Egerer says mind your manners, mind your lies. With Father's Day still fresh on our minds, here's a great essay from Annie Holmquist on one of the best pieces of advice that a father can give his children. It's a timeless remind that character counts more than we know. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2022 June 20 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 42:28


The growing tremors in the world's economic systems are getting harder to ignore. If you have the courage to really understand what the coming engineered stagflationary collapse portends, take a look at Brandon Smith's latest column. If there was ever a time for clarity, this is it. James Corbett has a straightforward take the controlled demolition of the global economy. He also has a warning about taking action instead of simply gawking. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food  The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto 

Bourbon Lens
Off Hours with Bourbon Lens Episode 2: The Daily Dram

Bourbon Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 30:15


We're back for Episode 2 of “Off Hours with Bourbon Lens” featuring Brandon Smith, the face behind @TheDailyDram on Instagram. This episode is brought to you by Off Hours Bourbon. Off Hours Bourbon is made for the moments in between. After a long week or just because. Find the time and the moments in between. Find them with us in the Off Hours. Find out more about Off Hours Bourbon on their website. This has been another production of Bourbon Lens LLC.  Thank you for your continued support. Scott & Jake Bourbon Lens

Pat Oates is Sad
POS: Brandon Smith

Pat Oates is Sad

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 67:01


Brandon Smith (morelawsmoreproblems.com) joins us. 

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 June 13 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 85:20


What do a collapsing dollar, global economy, energy supplies and our food and supply chains have in common? As the Good Citizen explains, they all seem to be suffering from engineered chaos at the same time. How strange. Is the current administration purposely destroying reliable energy in the United States? Jordan Schachtel has a thoughtful take on what's driving our forced transition to "green energy." The political class is using the Jan 6 hearings to remind us why we "need" them, yet those of us outside of the Beltway remain unconvinced. Caitlin Johnstone says it's because their actions are those of textbook sociopathic manipulators. Finding middle ground on the current push to indoctrinate small children regarding gender identity is no easy task. Brandon Smith says this is an issue where one side is completely and utterly wrong. The televised Jan 6 committee hearings are little more than the Americanized version of a soviet show trial. Stu Tarlowe watched the proceedings and says there was only one surprise. It's crazy how easy it is to find yourself on the wrong side of the law as a parent. Lenore Skenazy shares an unbelievable experience of a woman whose story illustrates that stopping for cake isn't a crime. This one is likely to poke your conscience a bit. Paul Rosenberg has a deeply insightful essay on why the bullying we witnessed as kids was the result of institutionalized abuse. Few writers can administer a reality supplement like Jeffrey A. Tucker does. His take on the origin and operation of the U.S. administrative state is a powerful explanation of why elections change almost nothing. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
Critical Thinking Resistance with Brandon Smith

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 34:19


Brandon Smith, Founder of Alt-Market makes his fourth appearance on the Outer Limits of Inner Truth to discuss some of the core values of freedom and mentality of those who want to take it from you. We cover some of Brandon's recent articles and explore how to prepare for uncertain times ahead. ================================== Brandon Smith is the Founder of Alt-Market. The Alternative Market Project was initially launched in 2010-2011 after he wrote for 4-5 years at Neithercorp.us. This website (Alt-Market.us), is the sister website to Alt-Market.com, which Brandon is keeping up as an archive site for people that would like to read all of my older articles. Brandon has always tried to educate the public on facts, evidence and philosophies that the mainstream establishment refuses to discuss in an honest way. But beyond that, Brandon's Alt-Market focuses on SOLUTIONS, not just threat analysis. My goal is to encourage people around the world (and Americans in particular) to start decoupling from the existing system; we must become more independent and self reliant as individuals, and communities must adopt localized economic networks including barter markets in order to insulate themselves from the ongoing decline of the corrupt financial structure. In other words, if centralization is the problem, then decentralization is the answer. Alt-Market is about freedom, in the purest sense, and we stand against those that are working relentlessly to undermine our most fundamental values. Website:  Brandon Smith interview, resisting tyranny, the Great Reset, pro-freedom, what states have the most freedom, survival

Using the Whole Whale Podcast
Nonprofit Trust Drops 3% Survey Reveals (news)

Using the Whole Whale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 23:33


Nonprofit news for June.  Independent Sector Releases Survey On Nonprofit Trust  Independent Sector has released its third annual survey on trust within the nonprofit and civil society sector. The findings show that nonprofits still benefit from strong public trust (56% of respondents say they trust nonprofits), making NPOs among the few social institutions that the majority of the public trust, along with small businesses and community members. However, the sector saw a statistically significant decrease of 3% in trust compared to 2020. The survey also found that education and financial wellbeing drive nonprofit trust, that purpose-driven integrity is essential, and that Gen Z is increasingly skeptical of the nonprofit sector. The survey fielded answers from 3,015 Americans and had a margin of error of +/- 2%. Read more ➝   Summary   233 mass shootings have happened so far in 2022: nonprofit | The Hill  Rising gas prices affect delivery operations for nonprofits | KSHB 41 Kansas City News Inflation impacts nonprofit's ability to feed thousands of kids over the summer | CBS 46 News  Small Nonprofits Shouldn't Be Subjected to the Same Payroll Tax as Amazon and ExxonMobil | The Chronicle of Philanthropy  Nonprofit helps formerly incarcerated firefighters get jobs | WesternSlopeNow           Rought Transcript [00:00:00] George: This week on the nonprofit news feed for gosh, June 6th, June 6th, the week of June 6th, we were talking about some of the information coming out of the independent sector on a survey, a non-profit trust, as well as some other headlines related to themes that we've been covering Nick. How's it going? [00:00:18] Nick: It's gone. Good, George. [00:00:20] George: Doing all right. Just, I had a wedding last weekend of an in-law's fun. Hadn't been to a wedding for awhile. So good time to celebrate. Hopefully nobody got COVID. [00:00:31] Nick: That's good. TIS the site TIS the season for weddings. [00:00:36] George: Yeah. weddings. weddings, and funerals. They go on, no matter what I'll say that. [00:00:41] Nick: That is true. But bring us back to the nonprofit news. We'll start off with our first story, which comes from independent sector. Independent sector has released its third annual survey on trust within the non-profit and civil society sector. And the findings show that while nonprofits still benefit from strong. [00:01:02] Trust where 56% of respondents say they still trust non-profits. This is actually a decrease of 3% in overall trust in nonprofits compared to 2020, there are a couple other really interesting findings within the report. One is that nonprofits were the strongest institution when it comes to public trust, beating. [00:01:27] Legacy institutions like government, the media substantially that being said, there's a couple of interests. Nuances and the data and the survey found that education and financial wellbeing drove non-profit trust. In fact, education level was the prime determinant more than any other demographic determinant of trust in non-profit organizations. [00:01:53] They also found that gen Z is increasingly skeptical of the nonprofit sector, not having a negative. uh, perspective per se. But not having a positive one either. So the jury is still out on them when it comes to building that trust in non-profits as a social institution. But George, what were your takeaways from these really interesting and important survivors? [00:02:19] George: yeah, just to start, I always try to find and understand the sample size. In this case, it is a U S general population of 3000 with a margin of error of plus or minus 2%. So any number you hear it's like give or take a couple points. So that's just important to put in mind. I think the differences based on age range, And rising generation being a touch more skeptical is in line, uh, overall positive in terms of this report that I look for is just look, we're talking about people's trust across businesses, government, media, and nonprofits, these four major pillars of information in our society and nonprofits continue to be at the top of it. [00:03:05] Overall trust erosion, just seemingly undercutting everybody. However, nonprofits just play this incredible role with regard to communicating valuable information at a time of mistrust. And so I, you know, I always like seeing that in terms of nonprofits being up there, but the overall number, I believe slipped 3% for nonprofits, right. [00:03:28] Nick: It did. Yeah. The overall number. Crease 3%. However, it was still high at 56%. And the only other social institution that was rated that high in the survey were small businesses and just local communities and community of members. So in terms of our social institutions, nonprofits are still the highest, but yes did slip 3%. [00:03:55] George: I'd say the other piece that I pulled out here is the biggest differentiating demographics. Characteristic is college non-college so more highly educated individuals in this particular survey, uh, were, uh, at a higher likelihood to be trusting the social impact sector, nonprofits and philanthropy. [00:04:17] Nick: That's an interesting one to me. And I think it goes. I think it's interesting because a lot of nonprofits, particularly those that focus on social welfare, uh, might be helping folks in poverty or who may not have had the ratty opportunity to go to higher education. So maybe an interesting dichotomy between. [00:04:44] The folks who might be funding contributing, running, and building non-profits versus beneficiaries uh, potential beneficiaries of those services. And of course that's a broad oversimplification, but to me that was, that was somewhat. George, what do you make of gen Z being more skeptical of nonprofits as an institution? [00:05:07] The, the actual data show that they were more trusting of, uh, crowdfunding, uh, type campaigns and a little bit more enthusiastic about, uh, about donating, for example, to those games. [00:05:22] George: Part of me is not surprised. Ultimately, rising generations tend to have higher levels of skepticism of institutions that pre-existed, that are run disproportionately sometimes by the other generation. And just, it's like a natural curve of what goes. The rise in, in crowdfunding and crowdfunding philanthropy is it's a personal frustration of mine because I don't believe it is the most intelligent way to distribute funds for a public. [00:05:49] Good. I think it's the most popular, I think it's the most social, I think it is near term, gratifying, longterm, even potentially destabilize. To say here's how philanthropy should be done. Where as a massive crowd, smarter than an individual who studies a topic, there are times when the crowd is far smarter, but there are other times when, you know, maybe an organization that has got 10 employees doesn't need $45 million in the span of four days. [00:06:20] Maybe that's a thing that you have to sort of balance. And I think, you know, it's a pendulum, it's a pendulum of a philanthropy that all, uh, Obviously, uh, come and go. And maybe the rising generation pro you know, like coming up, we'll be like, wait a minute. We've seen this show too many times. And the only person who wins in crowdfunding consistently as a crowdfunding platform. [00:06:41] Okay. [00:06:42] Nick: That's fair. I guess in turn, gen Z's are, are skeptical. You are, and we are skeptical of gen Z, uh, over simplification again, but. [00:06:53] George: Yeah, I mean, you also saw this in a macro around crypto, and obviously I've not shied away from being a fan of crypto philanthropy. However, it does also make that crowdfunding a lot easier. I cannot go understated the fact that millions and millions of dollars were sent to the Ukraine without the permission of the guiding powers that be to do so. [00:07:16] And that's, it feels very gratifying in the most. And you know, who who's to say how, you know, 80 plus million is, is being, being used. And it was something that when you take away the middle people, institutions and controlling bodies in place, like you just get money to where you think it needs to go, and it will have different types of second order effects both positive and negative. [00:07:46] Nick: Yeah, I think that's, I think that's that's fair. Agree. All right, we'll move on to our next story. And this comes from the hill and is a little bit more sobering. And the hill reports that data from the gun violence archive, which is a nonprofit has supported 233 mass shootings that have taken place so far this year in the United States. [00:08:11] And this data comes amid the fallout. Several devastating shootings in New York, Texas, Oklahoma. And just with seems like, uh, increasing temperature in the country when it comes to, uh, gun violence. But what struck me about this? Wasn't so much the gun violence as. As terrible as it is not something I'm surprised about sadly, but that the most definitive source on this is actually coming from a nonprofit and the gun violence archive is the go-to source for news organizations and researchers, uh, trying to assess. [00:08:53] Gun violence and mass shootings in particular in the United States. So really interesting that a nonprofit is stepping up here and filling that void, uh, to provide the public with really vital information that for a long time, The government, for example, was barred from studying you know, government agencies were barred from studying the health effects of gun violence. [00:09:15] So there was very, oh yeah, this is famously. That rule was lifted only within the past couple of years. But the CDC, I think it's, the CDC wanted to do a research on gun violence and Congress specifically for beta in the allocation of. So there's kind of a dearth of national data on gun violence and mass shootings. [00:09:43] And the data is all over the place. But it seems that this nonprofit is really kind of DFR Tate of a source of truth on this. [00:09:51] George: Yeah. I think getting back to definitely check this out. Gun violence, archive.org. I'm embarrassed. I had never seen this nonprofit, but it's a great model for showing how you can use data, information and honesty to hold up the mirror to society and say, this is what the numbers tell us about what's going on. [00:10:14] This isn't. I mean, as much as you can say, it's like, it's not an agenda here. It's just your, your numbers. You're not doing well by any measure of what's going on here. And the question is, is this, this, you know, what is, what is tolerant? You know, there's twenty twenty one, six hundred and ninety two mass shootings. [00:10:34] Is that tolerant of a society. I mean, it was tolerant then it was tolerant in 2020 with 610. Mass shootings. It was tolerant by our society in 2019, with 417 mass shootings. At what point, I wonder because the amount of mass shootings per year, it's some sort of threshold. And this organization seems to be asking that direct question by holding the numbers up, uh, as well as other total incidents of guns and other pieces, but the mass shootings. [00:11:10] Uh, particularly of importance because we made assault rifles legal in this country after having them be illegal throughout the nineties. And we simply let the clock expire on that permission. And now I know they're debating slowly, whether or not that might change, but I think one take a look at gun violence, archive.org, to take a look at how your organization responds to your own cause and your backyard, not just gun violence, but how might data be used in this. [00:11:37] way? [00:11:38] To effect change and to hold up that social mirror. [00:11:41] Nick: Absolutely George, that's a great analysis and I have a little bit more. And formation on the law. I was talking about there's a 19 66, 19 96 rule that passed through Congress, uh, called the Dickey amendment, which barred the CDC and other government research organizations from using funds to quote, to advocate or promote gun control, which was widely seen as essentially prohibiting any study of gun violence. [00:12:08] Or gun sales, what have you at the federal level, uh, but, uh, here's to have been repealed in 2019. But, uh, the article goes on to quote that there is a decade gap of, uh, data there that needs to be filled in. So like you said, this, this nonprofits doing tremendous, tremendous public service. [00:12:32] All right, I'll take us into our next story. And this comes from at KSHB 41, Kansas city news, and I'm going to package it with, uh, the next story from CBS 46 news. And these two articles about rising gas prices affecting delivery operations for nonprofits and similarly. Inflation impacting nonprofits ability to feed thousands of kids over the summer. [00:13:01] So we have two local stories here. One is a nonprofit, uh, you know, the price of gasoline is affecting their ability, uh, to, to move, uh, goods around and their operations. And uh, this other story. Inflation, uh, which we've talked about on this podcast, really impacting food banks and other, uh, services providing nonprofits. [00:13:23] But, uh, George, do we see this abating anytime soon? Is this going to be a problem for the long-term? Do we think how, how should we think about this kind of a macro economic, or even just a macro level? [00:13:39] George: So one of the reasons I brought up the articles that I did, I mean, there's so many of these articles about inflation. We talked about it on here, but the shift in the summer is that the school food programs that disproportionately feed a tremendous amount of food, insecure young people in this country through public schools. [00:13:57] Goes away during the summer. And so there's going to be a different level of food insecurity, hitting families across the country. This summer, while gas continues to rise and food prices continue to clearly hit new inflation highs and the cost of, uh, and the cost of food to feed, uh, is going, you know, that that need, that has to be met and it's disproportionate during the summer. [00:14:21] So these ones should program. Uh, or something that I was just looking at. And so if your organization is in and around it, I think messaging the urgency associated with a shift that, that could maybe help with fundraising or improving the narrative. [00:14:36] Nick: Absolutely. I agree. Those programs serve such a vital importance for our school students. And. The summer is hard for a lot of families that don't have not only the those food programs, but even then have to consider things like childcare or paying for camp or whatever it may be. Puts a lot of, a lot of burden on, on folks. [00:15:00] So that's a great thing to flag. All right, our next article, George, I know this is one, uh, that you're a topic you're passionate about and you're passionate about it because you, in fact wrote this article and the title is small. Non-profits, shouldn't be subjected to the same payroll's hacks as Amazon and Exxon mobile written by you in the Chronicle of philanthropy. [00:15:26] Do you want to tell us a little bit about what you. [00:15:30] George: I'm just going to admit, I know this is just shameless. It's shameless for me to bring my own article into our own newsfeed. However, this has been on my mind for probably a couple of years of how effectively the same payroll tax, right? When you pay an employee. That sort of percentage of payroll tax that goes to state and federal, which, you. [00:15:50] know, 10 to 14% give or take is the same rate that a Facebook exec, sorry, Mehta, exac, or somebody at Exxon or somebody at any other size organization is paying the same percentage rate instead of something like, and maybe you're like, oh, that makes sense. [00:16:06] It's a flat thing. Except if you look at our income tax, it's a progressive tax. The percent that a billionaire has to pay is more. On paper, at least than somebody making minimum wage yet at the point of sale at the point of the moment where the nonprofit or the fortune 100 company is paying the person, that's the same percentage rate. [00:16:31] And so I'm suggesting here a policy where in nonprofits that. Our smaller frankly, uh, that are smaller for effectively. I'm calling about a quarter million charities that are operating with less than a hundred employees and less than 5 million in annual revenue. Basically for, you know, a few billion dollars could essentially we could remove the payroll tax. [00:16:56] They're giving them an extra 10%, uh, operating to either raise wages, to hire people, to serve the communities that they already do. And, and by the way, they are, you know, 5 0 1 C3. So they are doing public good. Uh, and I put the cap on that in terms of the Cypress medical thing is because I don't think a nonprofit with like 10,000 employees is the same. [00:17:18] Type of situation that a smaller under 100 person nonprofit is. And yeah, it's a, it's a it's part thought experiment, but also part super freaking practical that literally for a cost of 3.7 billion I'd calculated, which could easily be made up with a progressive tax that we're in up a touch more for organizations like Amazon. [00:17:44] To pay cause they can't get around those taxes the same way they can on income tax on, on their, on their corporate taxes. They can't get away from the fact that they need to pay humans to do work. And that's where a percent is taken out. It'd be pretty easy to move up half a point for organizations that are operating over a billion dollars because they're dodging their freaking taxes. [00:18:05] Anyway. Anyway, this is a window into how. I get with social impact. [00:18:12] Nick: We love geekiness onto this podcast. And George I'd hesitate to guess that listeners who've made it this far into the podcast are just as geeky. So I think we are in good company, but I wish I had, I wish I had a room. I [00:18:27] Uh, we'll look at the data. We'll see many people make it this far. I wish I had a room to, to get you in someone to talk to someone in a suit in a, in a nice office in DC, because I think they need to hear. [00:18:41] George: Well, I'm not going to give up on this idea. I don't know where to go next. I did get a quote from the independent sector, uh, that, you know, they, they do think it's you know, potentially plausible and they, they said there is, uh, some type of, you know, precedent for this type of tax. But. We'll say, I don't know where to go with it next, but I tend not to let things drop, so I'll keep pushing this. [00:19:04] And if anybody listening just wants to take this and run with it, please go, go do it. I'll give you the research. Cause I should be doing my real job instead of trying to push something like this, [00:19:18] Nick: It's for the public. Good. And speaking of public. Good. How about a feel, good story from our favorite. [00:19:26] George: please. [00:19:28] Nick: All right. This story comes from a Western slope now.com not entirely sure, but it is about a nonprofit that's helping, helping formerly incarcerated firefighters get jobs. So it's, well-known that, especially out west, including in California, Oregon, and Washington states have relied on incarcerated men and women. [00:19:52] Wildfires. And that's all, that's a whole other conversation. But they are often trained to perform here at grueling work while earning just a few dollars, sometimes as little as $2 a day. However, there is a nonprofit group with some foundation backing. That's trying to help those firefighters turn their in carceral rated job into a real job. [00:20:19] Upon, uh, their release. So it's helping folks get the, uh, the certifications they need. Cause they already have the real-world training. I've already been doing it. They basically already are firefighters. But helping incarcerated folks, uh, turn what they learned during, during prison into a career. [00:20:38] And I think that's really tremendous. It helps, uh, reintegrate firefighters into, or formerly incarcerated folks. Newly firefighters into our communities. It helps them, uh, serve a public good and public benefit. And we interview when the individuals who participated. And he was saying that he felt that he had something to give back to society and was really proud to be able to serve in that capacity. [00:21:02] So this is a really innovation, innovative program, I think. And I'm for any kind of program that helps formerly incarcerated folks reintegrate into society, uh, because. It reduces recidivism and it has a whole host of other social benefits, but cool to see. [00:21:20] George: That's a really great quote in here from a a person. Uh, incarcerated and Brandon Smith says when you're incarcerated, you have this stigma of being a public nuisance. Being a firefighter, provided an opportunity for me to give back to community and give myself a sense of pride. It was something I wanted to continue as a way of giving back to the community once I came home. [00:21:44] But they noted that after his sentence was completed in 2014, it really wasn't clear how to essentially become a firefighter, even though he was. Already trained in that. And so the certificate cations that he received while incarcerated didn't count and he, uh, and he couldn't even apply for some positions do the criminal records. [00:22:05] So this is a great nonprofit. And by the way, you know, speaking to somebody who's in California, like we need firefighters very, very much so also across the Midwest, because it's going to be a very tough fire season. So hats off to these folks. All right, Nick. Thank you. [00:22:22] Nick: Thanks, arch.

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 June 6 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 85:20


As much as we're all ready for a return to normalcy, there are some stubborn facts that remain to be faced. Jeffrey A. Tucker explains how elections won't fix our current battle with entrenched bureaucracy. I've been leaning heavily on The Good Citizen for informative commentary on issues that matter. Pt. 2 of Shoot first, think never is too good not to pass along for your consideration. When reality itself is under siege, maintaining one's perspective takes conscious effort. Many of us find ourselves wondering, "Why is everything broken?" Edward Curtin has a great slant on this. Some of us believe that our current challenges are as much spiritual as they are political. Dr. Igor Shepherd asks some deeply probing questions, starting with, "Whose footsteps are we following?" How can you be certain that your culture is moving toward collapse? Doug Casey has a list of some tell-tale signs of rapid cultural decline and what comes next. If you haven't yet seen Matt Walsh's film "What Is a Woman", it's well worth the watch. Andrea Widburg has a great review of the documentary and a solid recommendation why you should see it. The people and systems that seek to rule us just completed their conference in Davos, Switzerland and they're feeling pretty froggy. If you need some encouragement to resist them, Julien Charles reminds us that we create our own reality. Of all the crises competing for our attention, the coming housing crisis is one to keep an eye on. Brandon Smith warns that inflation will price many Americans right into homelessness. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2022 June 3 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 42:28


  How broken would the system have to get for most people to stop believing in it? Before you answer, check out Charles Hugh Smith's essay "Who's Going to Fix What's Broken." This one is for anybody who like to zoom out for the big picture view of what's happening in our world. Thomas Luongo provides the big questions we should all be asking geopolitically. Lax gun laws are not the reason we see killing sprees. As Stephen Baskerville explains, the real reason why mass shooters kill is something so controversial that few people dare say it out loud. The ruling class and media calls for gun control are supposedly based in a desire to "protect" us from harm. Brandon Smith says, recent events only reinforce our need for gun rights and community militias. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food  The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 June 3 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 85:20


One of the best things you'll read this week is El Gato Malo's take on why public health "experts" never want to fight "the amateurs" on public health policy. As Will Grigg would say, they know they'd be whipped as thoroughly as a pint of heavy cream at a French bakery. Federal overreach has become as predictable as the sun coming up each day. Mike Maharrey reminds us of Lysander Spooner's strategy to stop unconstitutional acts in their tracks: resist. What would you do differently if you knew that you were in the early stages of a food crisis? Kit Knightly has the low down on the real agenda behind the food crisis that's currently under construction. How broken would the system have to get for most people to stop believing in it? Before you answer, check out Charles Hugh Smith's essay "Who's Going to Fix What's Broken." This one is for anybody who like to zoom out for the big picture view of what's happening in our world. Thomas Luongo provides the big questions we should all be asking geopolitically. Lax gun laws are not the reason we see killing sprees. As Stephen Baskerville explains, the real reason why mass shooters kill is something so controversial that few people dare say it out loud. The ruling class and media calls for gun control are supposedly based in a desire to "protect" us from harm. Brandon Smith says, recent events only reinforce our need for gun rights and community militias. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Rush To Reason
HR2 Richard Battle: Short on Inspiration? | Brandon Smith: False Security. | Liberal Lies 6/1/22

Rush To Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 51:40


HR2 Richard Battle: Short on Inspiration? | Brandon Smith: False Security. | Liberal Lies 6/1/22 by John Rush

Wednesday Night Drinking Practice
WNDP .235 Matt VIllinger ”Hotel Californication”.

Wednesday Night Drinking Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 108:08


Piano badass Matt Villinger stopped by to chat and play the games. He has a new album coming out and a link below to his awesome new video. Jason Arnold and Brandon Smith joined as well. We are brought to you by the tasty pizza in NKC from "Pizza Tascio" and "The Majestic Restaurant". Plus, "Jaykco Guitar Straps", "Found Sound KC", "The Soup Kitchen" and "Ancient House Productions". Please check out our "Patreon" and keep practicing! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgNHfuSU8m0 https://mattvillinger.com https://www.pizzatascionkc.com/ https://www.pizzatascionkc.com/ http://majestickc.com/ https://www.jaykco.com/ https://www.facebook.com/foundsound.kc/ https://thesoupkitchenkc.com/ https://www.patreon.com/wndp    

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 May 27 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 42:28


Were you raised to believe that, prior to 1970, women were ruthlessly oppressed in our society? Paul Rosenberg would like to set the record straight with a defense of 1950s housewives. As much as we'll appreciate the long Memorial Day weekend, this holiday deserves a bit of closer introspection. Caleb Franz of the Profiles in Liberty podcast joins me to provide some historical perspective. The Texas elementary school shootings have sparked predictable authoritarian responses from the political class. Here's a dissenting point of view from Michael Siegel on mass shootings, rampages and cascades of failure. The practices that guard human civilization are steadily being forgotten. Max Borders explains how politics is the pathology and morality is the cure in his new book The Decentralist: Mission, Morality and Meaning in the Age of Crypto. As much as I strive not to be dogmatic, there are few areas where I'm more firmly dug in than on the issue of the right to keep and bear arms. Brandon Smith says gun rights are more important than false security and appeasing leftists. Getting the right answers generally comes down to being able to ask the right questions. Douglas Young has 12 questions to consider regarding mass shootings. With the media spotlight having been taken off the World Economic Forum's meeting in Davos, Switzerland, it's important that we don't lose sight of what's happening there. J.B. Shurk lays out the true evil of the WEF. Are you convinced that a white supremacist takeover is imminent in America? Might want to take a peek at Wilfred Riley's article on Buffalo and the myth of America's race war. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Bourbon Pursuit
359 - Innovative Digital Strategies for Bourbon Marketing with Brandon Smith of Bardstown Bourbon Company

Bourbon Pursuit

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 63:57 Very Popular


Gone are the days of paying for billboards, newspaper, and bench ads and bus stop. Everyone has the capability to access a world of information right in the palm of their hand. If you're like me, you're checking your email 50 times a day and getting hit with notifications across multiple social platforms and other apps that demand your attention. But as a bourbon brand, how do you capitalize on the digital space? Brandon Smith joins the show to talk about how he is building a digital strategy at Bardstown Bourbon Co. We talk about how to gather data and develop A/B testing to figure out which digital ads work. But we also talk about platforms and influencer engagement to encompass the realm of digital trends. So if you are a bourbon brand, here's your chance to take a few notes. Show Notes: Above the Char with Fred Minnick (@fredminnick) talks about why rye whiskey labels are green Talk about your introduction into whiskey and led you into growing a popular instagram account @thedailydram Did you take on a big career change to get into bourbon? What was Bardstown Bourbon Co's vision for a digital strategy? How do you create a story for your brand if you're a new entrant into the market? How are you turn a story into a digital asset? How did you examine the data to determine who is tied to your brand? What have you found to be successful as engaging content? How do you decide how to follow a trend? How long do you have to react to a trend before it becomes stale? Is there more value in someone else creating content vs being done by the brand? Where do you place your bets with influencers based on followers? How do you measure success for a digital campaign? @bardstownbourbonco Support this podcast on Patreon

Pat Oates is Sad
Putting in the Work 1

Pat Oates is Sad

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 68:30


Premiere episode. Pat and a comedic guest each share an idea, premise or story that they would like to turn into material they will use on stage. Together they will brainstorm, banter and workshop the idea in hopes of making it something ready to say on stage.  On this episode, Brandon Smith's mom had a hit put out on her by a biker gang and Pat was kicked out of the Navy. 

Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | CPTSD, TRAUMA and Mental Health Healing Podcast
E309: Purpose, Courage, Faith and Will after childhood trauma with Brandon Smith | Trauma Healing Coach

Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | CPTSD, TRAUMA and Mental Health Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 55:04


In the episode, I spoke with Brandon Smith, also known as the workplace therapist, who is incredible at helping us decipher and understand the power of those four words – purpose, faith, courage, and will. In this conversation, Brandon will talk about his own journey and story, from having a brother who took his own life to develop a student middle school to becoming a world-renowned leadership coach and advocate for giving people tools to create massive change in their lives. We're going to talk about everything ranging from what it means to take the first step in this healing journey to talking about comfort and pushing ourselves and whether or not David Goggins is right and his assumption of the forty percent rule, and a lot of other beautiful things. This conversation was enjoyable to have Brandon, and I've been on his podcast before if you check out the workplace therapist. So, it was an honor to have him come over to Think Unbroken and share his knowledge, his vision, and his information because the truth about it is we all need more tools. One of the best things that I get personally out of this show is learning from incredibly intelligent people, who are vastly mature in age and time, and experience, but most importantly, people have created massive change in their own personal on life and the world. I would say Brandon is one hundred percent one of those people. So, if you're in your life right now and you feel stuck, you feel complacent, you feel comfortable, you feel like you cannot seem to get to what's next in your life… hang out with us today. Listen to Brandon, and I promise you this episode will give you some incredibly practical tools that will help you go from where you are to where you want to be. Join Us Now Today, Unbroken Nation! Learn more about Brandon Smith at: https://theworkplacetherapist.com/ Learn more about Think Unbroken and Pre-Order my new book: Unbroken Man. Plus, learn more about the free coaching and other mental health programs. Click here: https://linktr.ee/michaelunbroken

The Bryan Hyde Show
2022 May 20 The Bryan Hyde Show hour one

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 42:28


Of all the insanity that took hold during the official covid response, the arrest and prosecution of Idaho mom Sara Brady is one of the most egregious examples. Michelle Malkin outlines Brady's ordeal that remains unresolved after 2 years. Wanna hear a scary story? Just turn on the MSM and you'll find plenty of frightful tales about monkey pox. Jordan Schachtel wonders if this is the next big scare for the USA and Europe. Attempts by the ruling class to steer the world into a great reset are foundering on the rocks of reality. J. Robert Smith asks, if the American empire falls, will the American Republic rise? How much longer can we go on pretending that the U.S. government isn't trying to instigate a direct war with Russia? Brandon Smith says, stop the denial: Ukraine is a proxy war that will lead to wider world war. In the same vein as questioning why the Pentagon is throwing gas on the fire with Russia, Pat Buchanan wonders, why would the U.S. give a war guarantee to Finland?     Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food  The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto

Talkin’ Giants
424 | Linebacker Draft Preview

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 71:40


Bobby and Justin are going over Joe Schoen and Brandon Beane's 2019 Draft Class the previewing this year's Linebacker Draft Class. LB Preview starts: 18:10 LB's covered in order: Devin Lloyd, Nakobe Dean, Leo Chenal, Quay Walker, Christian Harris, Brian Asamoah, Chad Muma, Malcolm Rodriguez, Troy Andersen (mini preview), Brandon Smith, Darrian Beavers This episode was presented by SeatGeek Get in on the action with DraftKings Sportsbook and use promo code JOMBOY when signing up so they know we sent you! https://dkng.co/jomboy Visit https://athleticgreens.com/giants to get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase Go to https://manscaped.com and use promo code GIANTS at checkout to get 20% off your order + free shipping If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/ visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP(7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.