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Founder of Esoteric Hitlerism, Miguel Serrano, spent the 1962-67 period in Belgrade, as the ambassador of Chile, hanging out with former Yugoslav Partisans, buying stuff with fake money, and having his own Battle of Sutjeska with the Koca Popovic's car door. Subscribe to patreon.org/tenepod and twitter.com/tenepod.
This week on the First Run, the Chris and Matt call an audible and abandon Agatha Christie for Michael Jai White in ‘The Outlaw Johnny Black'. When one of the most anticipated films of a podcast host becomes an option to cover on said podcast, one takes the opportunity. Then the show slips on down to Chile, eats some hearts, and dusts just a nudge of Wes Anderson whimsy and twee onto the vampire genre with ‘El Conde'. As always, Chris will tell you all about the upcoming releases on Physical Media, give you the Straight To DVD and Streaming Picks of the Week. Then Matt and Chris wrap this all up with another edition of What are the Odds?!? So sit back, relax, and get ready for a really ill-advised indigenous wedding with The Outlaw Johnny Black.00:00-13:39: Intro/The Outlaw Johnny Black13:40-22:10: Physical Media Picks22:11-31:42: El Conde31:43-52:09: What Are The Odds?!?52:10-55:46: Wrap-UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
It's bonjour from Lille as Sara pods from the England team announcement. She catches up with friend of the pod Marcus Smith who's been given the nod at full-back this weekend against Chile. He reveals it was Kevin Sinfield who first approached him about the playing at 15 and that Danny is suffering from pod FOMO. Captain Owen Farrell is back at fly-half after completing his ban and as Will Kelleher from the Times explains, he's very excited about it. There's also talk of bubble tea and what fans can expect from the city of Lille.
Congresistas de EE. UU piden disculpas a Chile por el papel de Washington en el golpe militar de Pinochet y piden a su gobierno que desclasifique más documentos sobre lo ocurrido y el Tesorero australiano dice que el superávit de $22.000 millones en las cuentas puede no durar. Escucha estas y otras noticias importantes del día.
‘Novelas inspiradas en el 11 de setiembre'. Revive este especial de Letras en el tiempo donde Patricia del Río nos recuerda el impacto que una fecha como el 11-S tuvo para la humanidad. Dos escenarios distintos, dos contextos de terror: la caída de las Torres gemelas de Nueva York en 2001 producto de un atentado terrorista; y el golpe de estado de 1973 en Chile, protagonizado por el Gral. Augusto Pinochet y el saldo de miles de muertos y desaparecidos. Las novelas que nos remontan a estos acontecimientos son ‘Terrorista', de John Updike; ‘Netherland', de Joseph O"Neill, una de las mejores novelas que se han escrito sobre el tema; ‘El fundamentalista reticente', del escritor pakistaní Mohsim Hamid; y ‘Windows on the world', del francés Frédéric Beigbeder. La novela ‘Allende y el museo del suicidio', del escritor chileno Ariel Dorfman y gran amigo de Salvador Allende, retrata hasta los últimos instantes de vida del expresidente socialista. Al respecto, se han producido muchas películas inspiradas en el 11-S, pero hay una que merece nuestra especial recomendación: ‘United 93', candidata a dos premios Óscar, sobre el antes y después del cuarto avión secuestrado que se estrelló contra contra un campo casi desierto en Pensilvania. En la entrevista de la semana recibimos a la periodista y escritora Rosario Yori, quien comenta en una emotiva historia sobre las dudas que su personaje enfrenta sobre la maternidad y su edad biológica para concebir. Canciones inspiradas en el 11-S: ‘New York, New York', Liza Minelli; ‘On that day', Leonard Cohen; ‘Paradise', Bruce Springteen; ‘Him', Lily Allen; ‘You're missing', Bruce Springteen; ‘Where were you', Alan Jackson; ‘Yo pisaré las calles nuevamente', Pablo Milanés y Silvio Rodríguez. Todo esto y mucho más lo puedes escuchar en el podcast de Letras en el tiempo desde rpp.pe y otras plataformas. Edición de audio: Andrés Rodríguez ||| Episodio 33 – Cuarta temporada 2023.
We meet legendary artist Sylvia Snowden from her home in Chicago where she has been painting for the past 60+ years!Known for her use of abundantly thick, layered paint, Snowden has developed a visual language in which gems of colour and texture emerge from densely-worked under layers. From dark and earthy tones to the vibrant and artificial, Snowden's command of chromatic range is the fuel of her expressionistic style. Over the course of her more than five-decade-long career, in which she has always painted in series, Snowden developed an adroitness with her medium. She initially employed oil paint and pastels then moved toward acrylic–a less toxic and faster-drying alternative–after having children. Snowden paints sculpturally, her compositions range from larger-than-life to portrait-sized. Her process allows visible evidence of constructed layers and employs impasto that interacts with her bold figures caught in motion with physical weight.Snowden's voluminous bodies, often contrapposto, are surrounded by peaks of shifting chroma in a physical manifestation of feeling; she depicts the tension and intensity of life, and the troubled, optimistic, and dramatic elements of our sublime existence. Snowden encapsulates the psychological essence of her subjects–some of whom were unhoused and transient, displaced by gentrification, others with whom she had intimate or long-term relationships–their triumphs, paranoia, agony, and anger are all visible; these works convey an emotionally turbulent environment. Snowden's expressive paintings reference the immediate lives of these individuals, and act as interpretations of each subject's psyche. As a serial painter, Snowden alternates between representation and abstraction, exhausting her emotional self between each mode as she articulates the struggles and successes of humanity.Snowden received a scholarship to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, ME and has a certificate from La Grande Chaumier in Paris, France. She holds both a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Howard University. At Howard University she studied under David C. Driskell. She has taught at Howard University, Cornell and Yale, has served as an artist-in-residence, a panelist, visiting artist, lecturer/instructor and curator in universities, galleries and art schools both in the United States and internationally. She has exhibited at the National Gallery of Art, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Women's Museum, Montclair Art Museum, Baltimore Museum of Art, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, The Phillips Collection, Heckscher Museum of Art, and the Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial Museum and National Archives for Black Women's History . Her works have been shown in Chile, the Netherlands, Ethiopia, Australia, the Bahamas, France, Mexico, Italy and Japan.Visit Sylvia's new exhibition 'M Street on White' until 28th October 2023 in London at Edel Assanti: https://edelassanti.com/exhibitions/118-sylvia-snowden-m-street-on-white/Follow Sylvia's galleries @EdelAssanti and @ParraschHeijnen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
En una nueva edición del Rat Pack de Mesa Central, Carolina Urrejola conversó con Angélica Bulnes y Marily Lüders sobre la petrolera Aramco, su llegada a Chile, y la Asamblea General de la ONU en Nueva York.
Marcela Pumarino, people manager at Banco Central de Chile, joins Arunima Sharan, senior research analyst at OMFIF, to discuss the ways in which central banks can work improve gender balance in leadership positions within the financial sector. They delve into some of the specific policies that Banco Central de Chile has adopted to promote gender equality, and the importance of having diversity in leadership roles more broadly in the financial sector.
The U.S. have given up on ousting the socialist President Allende through democratic means, and shift to a more militaristic approach, in the form of General Pinochet. Once known as the ‘dull dog', a man who had a reputation for procuring Jeeps for his fellow troops, the son of a customs official, he would overthrow Allende and become a bloodthirsty tyrant, killing thousands and torturing far, far more. In our second episode on the 1973 Chilean coup, Tom and Dominic look at how the coup itself unfolded, Salvador Allende's ensuing fate, and what life was like in Chile under the ruthless Pinochet. *The Rest Is History Live Tour 2023*: Tom and Dominic are back on tour this autumn! See them live in London, New Zealand, and Australia! Buy your tickets here: restishistorypod.com Twitter: @TheRestHistory @holland_tom @dcsandbrook Producer: Theo Young-Smith Executive Producers: Jack Davenport + Tony Pastor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Existen muchas películas filmadas en el extranjero sobre la tragedia chilena de septiembre de 1973. Cintas como “El Clavel Negro”, “La Espiral”, “De amor y de sombra”, o “Llueve sobre Santiago” que cuenta con un increíble elenco de renombre mundial y la música – nada menos que – de Astor Piazzolla. Pero tanto o más espectacular es “Noche sobre Chile”, una película soviética de 1977. Esta es su historia.
In the midst of a constitutional crisis, Chileans are also at odds over the legacy of one of the darkest days in their past. Fifty years ago, in September 1973, a military coup, welcomed but not directly instigated by the CIA, toppled the democratically-elected, socialist president Salvadore Allende. Army Gen. Augusto Pinochet took power and ruled Chile with an iron fist for nearly 17 years. Pinochet's regime was notorious for murdering, torturing, and imprisoning thousands of its opponents, canceling elections, and destroying labor unions. Yet, according to polls, significant numbers of Chileans today believe the military coup was justified because of the economic chaos and Marxist drift brought on by Allende's management of the country. Today's conflict over drafting a new constitution (to replace the Pinochet-era constitution) is a reflection of Chile's complicated history of political strife between left and right. In this episode, historians James Lockhart and Kristian Gustafson dissect the CIA's role in opposing Allende's rule after 1970. President Nixon hoped U.S. operatives could somehow block Allende's inauguration by covertly working with his domestic opponents in the Chilean military, Congress, and media. These efforts failed, but the country was embroiled in such chaos by 1973 that the military may have needed no such U.S. encouragement to ultimately dispatch Allende's government.
In the midst of the Cold War, the 1973 coup against the socialist Chilean president Salvador Allende, led by General Pinochet with the support of Richard Nixon, remains a seismic episode in Latin American history. A story imbued in American Imperialism, Allende sees off waves of attempts by the U.S. to oust and undermine him, until they exhaust all legal and parliamentary means, and seek new ways to derail Chilean socialism. In today's episode, Tom and Dominic delve into Salvador Allende's rise to power, his radical new vision for Chile, and why and how the U.S. sought to undermine him… *The Rest Is History Live Tour 2023*: Tom and Dominic are back on tour this autumn! See them live in London, New Zealand, and Australia! Buy your tickets here: restishistorypod.com Twitter: @TheRestHistory @holland_tom @dcsandbrook Producer: Theo Young-Smith Executive Producers: Jack Davenport + Tony Pastor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
So many of the foods we eat everyday are sprayed again and again with pesticides before landing on our table. And we all learned over the years, one scandal after another, that this is no good news, either for our health or the environment. But what most people don't know is the tight connection between pesticides and GMOs. As the European Union is about to take some critical decisions on both pesticides and GMOs, we unveil the troubling truth about that very toxic couple, which are tied by many links, with our three guests: Mute Schimpf, policy officer at Friends of the Earth Europe Bosse Dalhgren, Slow Food farmer in Scotland Karina Ocampo, Slow Food activist in Argentina News samples used in the episode were taken from: “Bayer loses third appeals case over glyphosate weedkiller”, Reuters, August 10, 2021 “What you're eating: Consumer Reports investigates GMOs in food”, CBS News, October 7, 2014 “Monsanto ordered to pay $289M to man who claimed weedkiller contributed to cancer”, CBS News, 2018 “In Chile, amateur beekeeper rescues hives from coastal tourist city”, Reuters, December 7, 2022 “Kenya's GMO maize push sowing trouble for food sector, farmers warn”, Reuters, December 17, 2022 Host: Alice Poiron Co-host: Valentina Gritti Post-production: Jonathan Remy Music: Leonardo Prieto Dorantes Follow @SlowFoodEurope on twitter! And join our Telegram group: https://t.me/+xSzaZeIyCUM1NjJk Financed by the European Union. The contents of this podcast are the sole responsibility of the author and CINEA is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. A project by Slow Food Youth Network
THE ANGEL BABIES SHOW - The Angel Babies welcome Film Director & Writer, Juan Pablo Arias Muñoz! Juan Pablo Arias Muñoz is a writer-director from Chile who draws upon fantastical storytelling and magical realism from his Latin American heritage to create emotional and thought-provoking films. The LA Times said of Juan Pablo that he is “a true promise in the horror genre”. This past month he presented his latest short film The History of Monsters at AFI Fest 2019. He came to the studio to talk to us about his current work and future projects, both in the US and Chile. FILM FESTIVALS His award-winning work has been exhibited at over sixty film festivals worldwide including the New York Film Festival, AFI Fest, Stockholm International Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Los Angeles Latino Film Festival, and SITGES Fantastic Film Festival. FILMS His debut feature, PUMPKINHOLE, is available for streaming on Apple TV and Prime Video. As part of its 100th-year celebration, Warner Bros Pictures commissioned Juan Pablo to reimagine REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE. The short film will be produced by the studio and will stream on MAX in late 2023. IG handle is @_jjuanpablo WEBSITE: https://www.jpariasmunoz.com Elise on Instagram: @elisethuresson Ava Lynn on Instagram: @avalynnthuresson Hosts - Elise Thuresson & Ava Lyn Thuresson Executive Producer - Jeremiah D. Higgins Senior Sound Engineer - Richard Dugan evolve entertainment https://linktr.ee/jeremiahdhiggins
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Terminó la Vuelta a España con un resultado histórico... Podio completo para el Jumbo-Visma, algo que no se veía desde 1966 cuando el KAS completó también el podio en la ronda española, pero además lograron completar el tríptico histórico al ganar las 3 grandes vueltas en un año, Giro con Roglic, Tour con Vingegaard y Vuelta con Kuss... Todo esto y mucho más en El Leñero Todos los Lunes: 1 Am España, Italia y Francia 9 pm Argentina, Uruguay y Brasil 8 pm Bolivia, Cuba, Paraguay, Venezuela, Dominicana Puerto Rico y Chile 7 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Perú y Panamá 6 pm México, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua https://instagram.com/somosellenero
Este 2023 se cumplieron 60 años de la ejecución de Jorge del Carmen Valenzuela Torres. Su historia dio origen a la película “El Chacal de Nahueltoro”, dirigida por Miguel Littin, considerada referente del “nuevo cine chileno” de los 60, y convertida hoy en un “extraño” emblema de la chilenidad.
Augusto Pinochet ruled Chile as a dictator for nearly 20 years and left behind a complicated legacy, one Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín has approached sideways in various ways over the course of his career. His new EL CONDE, which renders Pinochet a literal vampire, is a more fantastical expression of that approach than 2012's NO, a behind-the-scenes dramatization of the marketing campaign that helped end Pinochet's rule, but both films are rich with complications of trust, hope, and public opinion. We unpack some of those complications in this week's dive into NO, as well as how the film's 1980s-broadcast-news visual aesthetic and thinly characterized protagonist work for and against its primary focus, and where it ultimately falls on the cynicism-to-optimism spectrum. And in Feedback, a listener attempts to make sense of the MCU's vision of the afterlife, only to leave us even more confused. Please share your comments, thoughts, and questions about NO, EL CONDE, or anything else in the world of film, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or leaving a short voicemail at (773) 234-9730. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ever wondered what lies beyond the horizon in the world's longest country? Get ready to discover the wonders of Chile with us! Join us as we delve into Chile's captivating culture, geography, economy, and so much more. From the mysteries of Easter Island to the flavors of Chilean cuisine, this episode has it all.Whether you're planning your own Chilean adventure or simply curious about this extraordinary land, you won't want to miss this insightful journey. So, what makes Chile truly remarkable? Tune in to find out!Key Takeaways:Discover the diverse industries that drive Chile's economy, from mining to manufacturing and tourism.Uncover the currency and minimum wage in Chile, and grasp the numerical formatting nuances.Learn intriguing facts about Chile's geography, culture, and more, from its world-record length to its astronomical wonders.Relevant Links and Additional Resources:All countries in our “Country Series”Level up your Spanish with our Podcast MembershipGet the full transcript of each episode so you don't miss a wordListen to an extended breakdown section in English going over the most important words and phrasesTest your comprehension with a multiple choice quizIf you enjoy Learn Spanish and Go, please consider subscribing, rating, and reviewing our podcast on ApplSupport the show
Am 11. und 12. September 2023, nicht ganz zufällig am Jahrestag des Putsches gegen Salvador Allende in Chile, im 60. Jahr der Gründung der Maison des Sciences de l'Homme an der École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales EHESS in Paris, fand eine bemerkenswerte internationale Tagung statt. Sie war Immanuel Wallerstein gewidmet, der – nebenWeiterlesen
Las líneas difusas entre lo original y lo falso. Brígido Lara es un artesano mexicano que durante décadas creó cientos de figuras de barro inspiradas en las culturas mesoamericanas del Golfo de México. Su talento le trajo dinero y fama, pero también consecuencias que lo forzaron a elegir si quería usar su don para bien o para mal. Sus huellas van desde los años 50 hasta el presente a lo largo de México, Estados Unidos y –quizás– Chile. En nuestro sitio web puedes encontrar una transcripción del episodio. Or you can also check this English translation. ♥ Radio Ambulante es posible gracias a nuestra comunidad. Únete a Deambulantes, nuestro programa de membresías, y ayúdanos a garantizar la existencia y la sostenibilidad de nuestro periodismo independiente. ★ Si no quieres perderte ningún episodio, suscríbete a nuestro boletín y recibe todos los martes un correo. Además, los viernes te enviaremos cinco recomendaciones inspiradoras del equipo para el fin de semana. ✓ ¿Nos escuchas para mejorar tu español? Tenemos algo extra para ti: prueba nuestra app Jiveworld, diseñada para estudiantes intermedios de la lengua que quieren aprender con nuestros episodios.
Interview with Christian Ervin Easterday, Managing Director & CEO of Hot Chili LtdOur previous interview: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/posts/hot-chili-hch-another-non-dilutive-financing-to-advance-copper-production-3262Recording date: 15th September 2023Hot Chili (ASX:HCH) is advancing one of the largest new copper projects globally, with a clear growth strategy to position itself as a major leveraged play on rising copper prices this decade.In a recent interview, CEO Christian Easterday outlined plans to expand the resource base and production profile at the Costa Fuego copper-gold project in Chile. The aim is to boost output from a PEA-stage 95,000 tonnes per annum of copper towards 150,000 tonnes per annum. An active 30,000 metre drill program and M&A strategy underpin this growth pivot.The low elevation, low strip ratio project already boasts competitive economics at baseline copper prices. But most importantly, Hot Chili's scale provides maximum exposure for shareholders as the copper market tightens. The company estimates a $0.50/lb rise in copper adds $3.3 billion in post-tax NPV and could drive the share price up to A$11.Key advantages include fully permitted access to low-cost seawater, rather than scarce freshwater sources. This provides a cost edge over peers and also opens up a potential water utility business for the region. Early stage work is underway to evaluate this opportunity.Additionally, Hot Chili is well advanced on baseline environmental studies required for permitting. The aim is to submit an EIA in 2023 and reach a construction decision in 2026, when copper markets are forecast to be very tight. First production is targeted for 2028-2030.The company is well funded, with A$24 million in cash following a royalty deal with Franco-Nevada. This leaves flexibility for further acquisitions and drill programs to expand resources at Costa Fuego. Conversations are also underway with majors, traders like Glencore, institutional investors, and automakers about strategic partnerships.In summary, Hot Chili offers investors leveraged exposure to copper via one of the few new projects of scale that can reach production before 2030. The large resource base, exploration upside, and advantages around water position it strongly against peers. While further funding will be required, the company has several options to create value, including potential spin-outs of the water rights. As copper markets tighten in the electrification era, Hot Chili's pivot to growth places it amongst the most exciting copper developers globally.—View Hot Chili's Company Profile: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/companies/hot-chili-limitedSign up for Crux Investor: https://cruxinvestor.com
Qué es el proyecto HAARP?Esta semana en Código Misterio hablaremos del proyecto HAARP y su capacidad para crear todo tipo de desastres naturales.Nuestra investigación comienza conociendo como este proyecto estaría relacionado con Nikola Tesla quien desde su departamento en NY, provocó un sismo durante sus primeras etapas de desarrollo.HAARP podría provocar tsunamis, terremotos, inundaciones, pero ninguna evidencia convincente respalda los reclamos de la gente, pero aun así algunos conspiranoicos aseguran que las últimas catástrofes de Irak, Australia, Chile y Hawái fueron provocadas por la mano del hombre.HAARP recientemente ha sido relacionado con el famoso videojuego Forntite, donde nos muestran una máquina que manipula el clima, será que nos van dando la información poco a poco para que nos acostumbremos a este tipo de cosas?Los incendios recientes en Hawái fueron provocados por HAARP? Todo esto y más en este episodio de Código Misterio, búscanos en Facebook e Instagram como Código misterio y descarga el podcast en tu plataforma de audio favorita y pasa la voz.
Escondido por años en una abandonada hacienda ovejera en la Patagonia, tras fingir un infarto, ser enterrado y zafar así de múltiples investigaciones en su contra, el ex Dictador Augusto Pinochet espera —aburrido, perplejo, impune— la muerte. Si sólo fuera tan fácil: Pinochet es un vampiro de 250 años y, aunque dice que ya no se alimenta de sangre, horrendos crímenes en Santiago (con víctimas cuyo corazón ha sido desgarrado) ponen en alerta a sus hijos, quienes viajan al Sur a encontrarse con el padre, pero también a sacarle todo la plata que puedan ahora que, por fin, parece haber llegado su hora final. La premisa, concebida por Pablo Larraín y el dramaturgo Guillermo Calderón en tiempos de pandemia, ha generado polémica a raíz de su estreno en el marco de los 50 años del Golpe Militar, pero vista en el marco amplio del cine chileno, de la obra del realizador y la relación que Chile tiene con el dictador y la sombra que proyecta su figura, hace sentido en términos de fábula, de relato fantástico y sátira cruel. Al momento de crear la primera película en la que Pinochet asume un papel protagónico (encarnado de forma chocante y demencial por Jaime Vadell), los realizadores intentan mirar de frente no a la figura histórica, sino a su espejo deformado: una criatura que dejó su marca indeleble en una sociedad que se comporta de manera tan salvaje y vampírica como ésta. De eso y más se habla en este podcast.
Olivier Hendrix is a long-time offshore sailor and the develper of iNav4U. We talk about sailing in the Mediterranean and Patagonia, storm training in the North Sea in the Winter, going overboard while tethered to the mast, staying warm in the North Sea, iNav4U, and much more.
This week Gavin has been failing to get us on at the London Podcast Festival but has met some nice Welsh lads. We find out how Ribera tastes and hear how a woman stole money to see Beyoncé. Gavin has recorded a guest appearance on one of our friends podcasts and Dan has the least Chilean quiz about Chile ever. This weeks recommendations : Teezo Touchdown : Mood Swings Tees Touchdown : Nu Nay Peace : The Music Was To Blame Get us here : Email : email@example.com Twitter/X : @therewithbelson Instagram : @betherewithbelson TikTok : @betherewithbelson @betherewithballson
Brenda McPhail is at the intersection of technology, civil liberties & human rights. Her PhD is in the social impacts of tech, with a focus on surveillance & privacy in areas like workplace surveillance, health information privacy, & AI regulation. She's currently the Acting Exec Dir of the Master in Public Policy in Digital Society program at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. In this episode, we explore the medical advancements brain computer interfacing may bring us, how could change our idea of consciousness, how Florida & China have used brain fingerprinting to solve crimes & mitigate workplace violence, how Chile has amended their constitution to support thought liberty, consent vs convenience & what you can do to protect your privacy.If you like this episode, you'll also like episode 168: WELCOME TO THE FUTURE: AI, SMART CITIES & DATA NESTING DOLLSGuest: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brenda-mcphail-49222115/ | https://twitter.com/BJMcPHost: https://www.meredithforreal.com/ | https://www.instagram.com/meredithforreal/ | firstname.lastname@example.org | https://www.youtube.com/meredithforreal | https://www.facebook.com/meredithforrealthecuriousintrovertSponsors: Ready to shop better hydration, use my special link https://zen.ai/meredithforrealthecuriousintrovert1 to save 20% off anything you order | https://uwf.edu/university-advancement/departments/historic-trust/ | https://www.ensec.net/
Welcome to the award-winning FCPA Compliance Report, the longest-running podcast in compliance. In this episode, Tom Fox welcomes Carlos Villagrán Muñoz, Chief Compliance Officer at CMPC in Chile. We discuss operationalizing compliance at CMPC and in Latin America. Carlos Villagrán Muñoz is a seasoned Chilean attorney with considerable experience in implementing and advancing compliance programs in Latin America. His perspective on the subject is shaped by his extensive experience and understanding of the unique challenges in the region. Carlos identifies two major hurdles in implementing effective compliance programs in Latin America: the need to tailor programs to both global and local contexts due to cultural nuances and differing perceptions of corruption and the pressing issue of money laundering, fueled by illegal activities such as corruption, drug trafficking, and human trafficking. He believes that Latin America lags in anti-money laundering efforts, which are crucial in combating corruption, and advocates for compliance programs that address these issues while considering cultural differences. Join Tom Fox and Carlos Villagrán Muñoz as they delve deeper into these topics and more in this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report podcast. Key Highlights: · CMPC's Compliance Program Addressing Antitrust Infringement · Navigating Cultural Nuances and Money Laundering: Compliance Challenges in Latin America · CMPC's Comprehensive Compliance Training Program · The Rise of Technologically Savvy Compliance Experts in Chile · Dynamic Networking Opportunities for Compliance Professionals Resources Carlos Villagrán Muñoz on LinkedIn The FinCEN Report Company Tom Fox Instagram Facebook YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Uma and Nick reflect on the 50th Anniversary of the Coup in Chile with the Economist. LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE: https://www.patreon.com/cornerspaeti HOW TO REACH US: Corner Späti https://twitter.com/cornerspaeti Julia https://twitter.com/KMarxiana Rob https://twitter.com/leninkraft Nick https://twitter.com/sternburgpapi Uma https://twitter.com/umawrnkl Ciarán https://twitter.com/CiaranDold
Sovereign Sustainability Linked Bonds: What's Going On? The newest product on the sovereign scene is the sustainability linked bond. The product is potentially exciting because, on its face, it seems to remedy some of the incentive problems embedded in the more commonly used “use of proceeds” green bonds. Chile and Uruguay have issued slbs with considerable fanfare. But these are two strong issuers with robust commitments to climate change. The question we are interested in is whether these instruments are providing issuers with incentives to do more for climate change than they would otherwise do. Our guest, Ignacio Lagos, of Cleary Gottlieb, is one of the young stars of the sovereign debt field and talks to us about these deals. And since we had Ignacio with us, we seized the opportunity to also try to understand a bit more about the intriguing Hamilton Bank v. Sri Lanka case and that Registered Holder/Beneficial Owner stuff. Producer: Leanna Doty
A wrap-up of the full weekend of games from Round 2 of the Rugby World Cup. Including, England, Ireland, Wales, South Africa, Chile and Uruguay. Plus, why the bunker is bad. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
50 años después del asesinato de Víctor Jara, a manos de las fuerzas golpistas lideradas por el general Augusto Pinochet, el Tribunal Supremo de Chile finalmente ha emitido una sentencia histórica y definitiva, condenando los siete militares que participaron en el secuestro, tortura y asesinato del célebre cantautor. Hoy, cinco décadas después de la muerte de Víctor Jara, volvemos a Chile para dedicarle un especial al compromiso de un hombre que intentó cambiar sino el mundo al menos su lugar en ello. Escuchar audio
Ready to catapult your Walmart selling journey to a whole new level of success? For today's special Walmart Wednesday episode, buckle up for an exciting chat where our host, Carrie Miller, sheds light on the latest developments that were revealed during the recent Walmart conference. You'll discover how the launch of new international marketplaces like Chile, same-day pickup, brand stores, and more, could potentially revolutionize your E-commerce business in Walmart.com. Additionally, we'll tackle the complexities of COMP errors, and most importantly, how to fix them - a game-changer for every Walmart seller! Shifting gears, we delve into the art of optimizing pay-per-click advertising on Walmart. Strategies revolve around using Helium 10's Cerebro for Walmart, listing optimization, grouping keywords into campaigns, and using attributes effectively. Can't wrap your head around it? Don't worry, we've got you covered! Listen in as we break down these concepts and tips on finding the right keywords, and using Cerebro to save on advertising costs. These concepts are helpful if you're selling on Walmart.com and if you're brand is on Walmart WFS. Now is the time to sell on Walmart.com! Are you ready to take your selling journey to dizzying new heights? Let's get started! In episode 492 of the Serious Sellers Podcast, Carrie talks about: 01:14 - Updates From The First-Ever Walmart Conference 01:57 - New International Walmart Marketplaces 02:08 - Walmart Brand Stores 02:42 - Same-Day Pick up 04:21 - Add Credit Or Debit Cards For Walmart Ads Payment 05:10 - Common Issues On Walmart.com Right Now 05:23 - Navigating Through Walmart's COMP Errors 11:19 - Finding Keywords For Your Walmart PPC Campaigns 16:20 - PPC Ads In Walmart Is Important ► Instagram: instagram.com/serioussellerspodcast ► Free Amazon Seller Chrome Extension: https://h10.me/extension ► Sign Up For Helium 10: https://h10.me/signup (Use SSP10 To Save 10% For Life) ► Learn How To Sell on Amazon: https://h10.me/ft ► Watch The Podcasts On Youtube: youtube.com/@Helium10/videos Transcript Carrie Miller: Today we're going to be discussing all the updates that were given at the recent Walmart conference. We'll also be talking about a new payment method option that you have on the Walmart marketplace and I'll show you some techniques and strategies for your pay-per-click advertising on Walmart. Bradley Sutton: How cool is that? Pretty cool, I think. Want to enter in an Amazon keyword and then within seconds get up to thousands of potentially related keywords that you could research? Then you need Magnet by Helium 10. For more information, go to h10.me/magnet. Magnet works in most Amazon marketplaces, including USA, Mexico, Australia, Germany, UK, India and much more. Carrie Miller: Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of the Serious Sellers podcast by Helium 10. I'm going to be your host today. My name is Carrie Miller and this is our Walmart Wednesday, where we talk about all things Walmart. I answer questions we have. Sometimes we have guests, we do demos about how to utilize Walmart and how to sell on Walmart. Let's go ahead and get into it. I'm going to go ahead and get into some interesting information. Carrie Miller: Today I actually went to the Walmart conference. I think it was about two weeks ago. There were some interesting updates there and I wanted to share them with you, just in case you weren't there. There were about 1,500 sellers there. It wasn't invite only, but hopefully in the future it'll be open to more sellers, because that would be, I think it's a really great opportunity not only to learn from Walmart, but also to meet other Walmart sellers and get encouraged and see how everyone else is doing. Carrie Miller: The first thing that I want to talk about is that they're actually opening another marketplace, which is really exciting, because that means more opportunity for sellers. The first marketplace is obviously the US. We also have Canada, Mexico and now Chile. If you ever had any interest in selling in South America, they are opening a marketplace up in Chile. That's a great opportunity there if you're able to do that. Another thing I wanted to share is that they actually mentioned that they are still rolling out brand stores. If you haven't gotten access to it, don't fret, because they should be giving access to everyone soon. They're slowly rolling it out, just like they did with WFS, and they slowly just added people to those. Just keep an eye on that so that you can start creating your store just like they have on Amazon. You can put all of your products in there and showcase your brand. All they have to do customer has to do is click on your brand name on your actual listings. Carrie Miller: The next thing that I have on my agenda here is that they also mentioned that they are going to allow same day pickup. The same day pickup basically means for anyone who is a local store owner, If you have a brick and mortar store, that means that you can actually offer your products for pickup and people can actually come to your store and pick it up. Or if somebody wants same day delivery, then Walmart has a last mile pickup service that you can utilize to get same day delivery. That's pretty cool for anyone who owns a brick and mortar store in any location. It would be mostly for wherever people are local to that brick and mortar, but a really good opportunity for anyone who is local with a brick and mortar. Carrie Miller: Another thing is that large items are now available to be fulfilled through WFS. Before it was only up to 150 pounds, but now you can actually ship big things like multi-boxes, like maybe a patio set or trampolines or canoes or anything like that. Very exciting, especially because you get a lot more visibility and it helps your ranking when you're utilizing WFS. Now you can use WFS if you have big products. Another thing is that and I actually posted this in our winning with Walmart group Side note, if you're not in our winning with Walmart group by helium 10, go ahead and join that so that you can get access to other sellers and ask questions and we can answer them for you. Video ads are now available if you're a brand registered owner. If you are brand registered on Walmart, go ahead and check it out. You should be able to get access on ads because you have brand registry, but if not, you would probably want to open up a ticket. If you can't find access to that, Then this is one of my favorite updates and I actually got an email about this, I think, two days ago and that is that you can actually put a credit card or a debit card on your ads now, before it. Carrie Miller: Just they basically Always take out the amount out of your total sales, but I like using a credit card because I like to use travel points and so. On Amazon, I use you know, you know those travel credit cards to get a bunch of points and by the end of the year I have, you know, tons of points. I know a lot of other sellers like to do that too, but it was such a bummer that you couldn't do it on. On Walmart, too, but now you can actually add a credit card on there or a debit card so you can pay for your ads that way, which is really awesome. So that's something, to you know, look forward to if you are one of those people who likes to take advantage of the opportunity for travel points, All right. Carrie Miller: So I'm gonna go and get some into some discussion about just some issues that people have had. I have been looking in the group and I noticed a lot of people talking about so different situations and one of the things is comp errors. So comp errors are Basically kind of like the pesticide errors that you get on that you get on on Amazon. So if you ever get those pesticide notices where you get your product taken down, Comp error is similar but they don't really actually tell you. Usually when you get a comp error it just says comp error and your listing is seen down. You've no idea how to fix it. But usually it's because you use a product, a word that is, you know, forbidden. So what I would recommend is kind of going through those words that you know you can't use on Amazon. If you used any of them, a Walmart, delete them from your listing. A lot of times your listing will literally just come Pop back up within 15 minutes. So I think that's a really good, you know, A good thing to just try if you have the comp errors, and so I mean I've been seeing a lot of these comp errors. So that is something to take a look at and you know kind of refine that if you really have to delete the whole thing and start from scratch, I would recommend doing that too. Carrie Miller: Another question that somebody had is that they wanted to know why they weren't, you know, seeing any spend their ads and they had budget in there and they've set it up. And I have a few thoughts about this. Number one is that you're probably not targeting the right keywords and maybe your bids aren't high enough because you need to get those impressions. So I'm gonna actually, towards the end, I'm gonna talk to you a little bit about Cerebro and how you can do some exact campaigns for your PPC. But it's really important to make sure that you do keyword research and helium 10. We do have our Cerebro tool, which is literally the best keyword research tool. There's nothing else like it for Walmart and you can find, you know, all the best keywords by using Cerebro. So how they recommend doing that. Carrie Miller: And then another question that people have been asking is that if they Add an ace, if they should add an ace in on their product when they're actually uploading a product. So when you upload your product, you know it'll say you know what is your Amazon ace in? I don't recommend putting it there. I don't see why you would want to do it. I know there's one way to upload where you can literally just connect all of your Accounts, like you can just upload to Walmart via Amazon or Target or Etsy or eBay. I really don't recommend that method. My best suggestion for you to get your products and listings up properly is to use the flat file or bulk Uploads. Okay, it's a little bit harder, but once you learn the flat files, you have more control, the update faster, you can add variations in there, you just have a lot more control over your listing in there. So I highly recommend just uploading your listing with the flat file instead of these other ways, and you do not need to add an ace in there. There's really no reason for that. So I would suggest not doing that. Carrie Miller: I have a question. You said someone said I have nothing on Amazon. I still have comp errors. Okay, so somebody has saying they've compared. So what I would suggest doing is maybe kind of looking through your listing and seeing if there are any kind of Comp errors type errors maybe something like maybe you use antibacterial. There's lists on some forums about Amazon words. That's kind of what I have looked at is those words that are forbidden on Amazon and just kind of see if you have any of those. Or you could delete your listing completely and see if you can start over and just kind of slowly see if there are some trigger words in there. Another thing is I definitely recommend, you know, opening up a case for that If you still have issues. SellCord they've actually been on our podcast and Jake was on last month, sellcord.co if you contact them they always are able to help with. You know, account deactivations and compares. So if you really can't solve it on your own, I would just contacting them because they can help you expedite that whole scenario. Carrie Miller: Okay, and then another thing you know with all of that is it just has Matt in general. So I've kind of run into this issue. I was doing some, you know work on getting up a hemp cream and it was very difficult experience. You need to. You know, for any liquids you always have to submit a safety data sheet if you want to get your product in WFS. So if you're selling like a shampoo or a lotion or something like that, you always need to do that and submit that. When I first uploaded the hemp cream, it was denied, denied, denied, and then I got it approved. So I had, you know, the product up enlisted because there are other hemp products on Wal-Mart. However, apparently it's actually not. You're not really supposed to sell this product, even though there are some on Walmart and it's for sure forbidden from WFS. So some kind of has Matt type products you can sell on Walmart but you have to ship them yourself. So just keep that in mind. If you sell anything like hemp or you know any liquid issue products, you could have these kinds of issues and you might have to ship them yourself. It's kind of a stressful thing, but you know, I think it'll change in the future where you can send these things in, but for now you can still get on there for the most part and do F fulfilled by merchant. So that is what I recommend on that. Carrie Miller: So let's go ahead and get into what I wanted to talk about. To show you just I get a lot of PPC questions and so I wanted to share with you some strategies about just PPC in general. So we have a reverse product ID lookup on cerebral for Wal-Mart. So when you go into helium 10, you're going to want to go over to Cerebro and what you'll do is you will put in product ID. So the product ID is actually in the URL. So if you go to a product so I actually looked at men's genes as an example here and let's just go with the George. Okay. So George Sheens, and what you do is you basically find the product ID up in the URL or, if you have the X-ray extension, you actually can pull up the X-ray extension and then oh, I'm having issues there you can actually pull up the product ID there and just copy it straight from the extension. So that is one way to find it. So this is what we have here and we're just doing a reverse product ID and just to see what that product is ranking for. Carrie Miller: So this particular product is ranking for quite a few things sponsored and organic. You can sort by sponsored ranks so you can see, when you put these things in, if they are even advertising. It looks like this person isn't or this brand isn't even advertising. But you can also sort by search volume and look through things. So a lot of people like to go for these main keywords, but I recommend kind of looking for the lower search volume as well, and I don't necessarily think you should look at brand names. But you can find a lot of keywords in here. That would be very profitable, but maybe they're only 1,000. Carrie Miller: Let's see big and tall. If you have big and tall jeans that's a good one to kind of look for. Men's Baggy jeans is only 94. I have some literal keywords that have only 17, such as a month, and I've made multiple sales on those. The more relevant keywords, the better Work. Jeans for men it's only 200 search volume, but again, if you have really good work jeans, then you can use this and what you can do is find a bunch of these little search volume keywords and they actually add up to a lot. So what I would suggest doing is putting five to 10 keywords in campaign of the lower search volume. If you have higher search volume keywords, you really should put those in their own campaign. I recommend doing exact sponsored product ads because I've really had a hard time making sure that I'm staying profitable. Carrie Miller: Maybe some of you are different, but the broadened phrase I've not been able to get control of as much. So what I've been doing is I've been going to Cerebro often and I'm looking for keywords and what I do is I find those keywords and I kind of group them into the lower search volume together, the high search volume. They're gonna be in their own campaign and that's how you're gonna do this. Okay, so that is what I recommend for your PPC and because we have access to these keywords, you actually can sort through, like, if you wanted to find phrases containing genes, you can find anything that has something to do with genes. So all of these keywords are genes related, but they're just kind of iterations of the phrases that you can find all kinds of great potential keywords to target if you're selling something like that. So what I would say is kind of go around bigger keywords as well. Make sure that you're also capitalizing on those smaller keywords. Carrie Miller: Another thing is attributes. So in your actual listing there are places where you need to put color and size. Put the color and size into your actual title where they say it Usually, if it says men's jeans, is there a certain color? Are they black denim or regular denim? And put that in the actual title so that people can find you. Put it in the back end on the attributes. Put all the colors, all the sizing, everything that you can possibly do, so that you will show up in these searches. So that's what I would recommend Make sure that you have everything fully optimized and look for a bunch of these keywords to target. Now you can do the video ads. If you're brand registered, you can do the headline ads. So it's really, really a great time to utilize this feature. Carrie Miller: If you're not doing pay-per-click advertising, you're definitely leaving money on the table. So pay-per-click advertising is the best thing that you need to do to start on Walmart, other than optimizing your listings. I actually talked to a lot of people that they basically they say I'm not having much success on Walmart and I asked did you optimize your listing? Well, I just copied it over from Amazon. That's no, no, number one. You should definitely not just copy over from Amazon, because Walmart does not like that. They will suppress your listing and not put you in the search. And then also then I'll ask hey, have you started doing advertising? And people will say, no, I have not done any advertising. So if you haven't started advertising, that's really, really important to get some exposure for your products, get some ranking for your products. So if you haven't done that, I mean I don't actually don't know one seller who would say, oh, I launched a new product on Amazon, but I didn't optimize it and I didn't do any ads. It just unheard of. Carrie Miller: So think, keep the same energy that you have for Amazon from Walmart, so that you can, you know, just be successful. I talked to a lot of people at the Walmart conference and there were a lot of very successful Walmart sellers. I think the top was, you know they were doing about 700,000 a day in sales a day. So there is a lot of opportunity and a lot of possibility for Walmart. You just have to really push through and figure it out and just put that effort in to you know, making sure you optimize your listing and start the PPC campaigns. If you don't have, you know something to help you manage your campaigns. We do have Adtomic for Walmart. We also have a sister company, Pacvue. That is also has some Walmart advertising tools. So lots of great you know opportunities to find, you know software to help support you in the PPC journey. Carrie Miller: So I highly, you know, encourage you to go ahead. Make sure you start advertising. If you haven't started advertising, get your ads going. If you need help, you can always go into the Walmart winning with Walmart group and just get some assistance there. And also make sure you use Cerebro to find the keywords that I you're going to save so much money by finding these exact words. I did some auto campaigns at first and it was just out of control, not even helping me at all. So once I started using Cerebro I started becoming very profitable, so highly recommend doing that and good luck with everything. Let me know if you have any issues with anything and in the Walmart group, and I'd be happy to answer any questions. But hope you all have a great rest of the day and happy selling. Bye.
Nesta edição redonda, após o feriadão, Matias Pinto e Filipe Figueiredo vão até à Índia, em razão da reunião de cúpula do Grupo dos 20, e aproveitam para repercutir notícias dos países envolvidos, incluindo essa história de que o anfitrião "mudou" de nome.Já a Sylvia Colombo retornou da sua visita ao Chile, onde cobriu os eventos em memória aos 50 anos do golpe militar no país transandino, e junto a ela emos aquele tradicional pião pela nossa quebrada latino-americana.No mais, o Filipe deu um giro pela África, com destaque para os desastres naturais no norte do continente-mãe.
#Chile: Salvador Allende and the Soviet Union. Mary Anastasia O'Grady, @WSJOpinion https://www.wsj.com/articles/chiles-allende-myth-lives-on-americas-military-coup-socialist-extremists-communist-dictatorship-204bb3c8?st=i2qouoeufgm2kd5&reflink=article_gmail_share 1900 Chile
Rafael Videla Eissmann (Chile, 1979) is a historian graduated from UniversidadCatólica de Chile. He has developed numerous anthropological and ethno-historical investigations on pre-Hispanic America, focusing his studies onmythology and symbols.Rafael is a member of the Berchtesgaden-based Privatinstitut fürWelteislehre (“Private Institute of Glacial Cosmogony”), of РОИПА (“RussianSociety for the Study of Atlantis”) and of the Italian cultural association AkakorGeographical Exploring.Among his main books are Crónica de la Montaña de Melimoyu (“Chronicle ofthe Mountain of Melimoyu”, 2003), Roberto Rengifo y el Secreto de la AméricaAborigen (“Roberto Rengifo and the Secret of Aboriginal America”, 2007), LaCosmogonía Glacial de Hörbiger y la Doctrina del Hielo Universal (“Hörbiger'sGlacial Cosmogony and the Universal Ice Doctrine”, 2007), El Diluvio y losgigantes. Mitos de Chile a la luz de la Cosmogonía Glacial (“The Deluge andthe Giants. Myths of Chile in the Light of Glacial Cosmogony”, 2010), Símbolosrúnicos en América. Con un prólogo de Vicente Pistilli (“Runic Symbols inAmerica”. With a Foreword by Vicente Pistilli. 2011), El Gran Diluvio. Mitosamericanos sobre la última catástrofe planetaria. Con un prólogo de MarcoNünemann (“The Great Flood. American Myths About the Last PlanetaryCatastrophe”. With a Foreword by Marco Nünemann. 2011), Mitos del PoloAntártico. Cosmogonía y antropogonía de la civilización prediluvial (“Myths ofthe Antarctic Pole. Cosmogony and Anthropogony of the PrediluvialCivilization”, 2012), La Ciudad de los Césares y el misterio de los indiosblancos (“The City of the Caesars and the Mystery of the White Indians”, 2012),Los Dioses Extraterrestres y el regreso de B'olon Yokte' K'uh. Con un prólogode Erich von Däniken (“The Extraterrestrial Gods and the Return of B'olonYokte' K'uh”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2013), Los lituches. Latradición de los hombres-dioses del sur del mundo. Con un prólogo de Erichvon Däniken (“The Lituches. The Tradition of the God-Men of the South of theWorld”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2014), El Símbolo Sagrado delSol (“The Sacred Symbol of the Sun”, 2014), Antártida, Arquinesia y laAtlántida. Aproximaciones al poblamiento americano (“Antarctica, Arquinesiaand Atlantis. Approaches to American Peopling”, 2017), Irminsul. Simbolismoen torno al origen de la raza polar (“Irminsul. Symbolism Around the Origin ofthe Polar Race”, 2017) and La tradición sagrada de los ugha mongulala.Tatunca Nara y el misterio amazónico (“The Sacred Tradition of the UghaMongulala. Tatunca Nara and the Amazon Mystery”, 2018) –among others–.Rafael is also a contributor to the magazines Sagenhafte Zeiten from Germany,PaleoSETI from Canada and Ancient America from the United States.Contact: email@example.com://obrasrafaelvidelaeissmann.blogspot.com/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2790919/advertisement
Suzi talks to journalist Marc Cooper, Salvador Allende's former translator, for part two of our commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the September 11, 1973 coup in Chile. Marc returned to Chile for a month this year to probe what has and has not changed in 50 years, and to understand why the new leftist millennial government of Gabriel Boric is having such a hard time. His multipart series for Truthdig, "Chile's Utopia Has Been Postponed," features articles, photo essays, interviews and discussions looking at the ways Pinochet's legacy continues to haunt Chile. Chilean society is once again deeply polarized, with up to 40% of the population saying the coup was a good thing. Was Allende's Popular Unity government from 1970-1973 a stab at utopia that has been postponed, or was the trauma inflicted by the Pinochet years so deep as to cancel future attempts at a more just and profoundly democratic social order? You can read Marc's personal testimony, evoking the atmosphere and strategic debates within the left before the coup d'état in Jacobin America Latina, also part of our discussion.Jacobin Radio with Suzi Weissman features conversations with leading thinkers and activists, with a focus on labor, the economy, and protest movements. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#NewWorldReport: Chile remembers Allende. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis #NewWorldReportEllis https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/chilean-mexican-presidents-call-democracy-before-50th-anniversary-chilean-coup-2023-09-10/ 1900 Chile
The left has been unrelenting in its attack on PragerU over the last month. Their great fear is that PragerU is coming to public schools. The shallowness of the attacks is revealing… Another tragic transition story. This time in the Daily Mail. Lawsuits may be only way out of this national shame… Look at what the left has done to children's hospitals. Fewer Americans are going to church and fewer have strong religious connections. There are real consequences to our society because of this and they are not good… Dennis talks to Tom Lewis, real estate investor and former sponsor of the Lewis Center at the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University. Dennis talks to Axel Kaiser, Director of the Friedrich Hayek Chair at the Adolfo Ibáñez University in Santiago, Chile. His new book is The Street Economist: 15 Economics Lessons Everyone Should Know. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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We talk with Bethann Hardison about her 50+ year career as a trailblazer in the fashion world. She started modeling in the late '60s during the height of the Black is Beautiful movement. With her brown skin and short afro, Hardison describes herself as being the first "Black Black" looking model. Later, she was one of the first Black women to own a modeling agency. There's a new documentary about her life and career called Invisible Beauty.John Powers reviews two films about the 1973 coup in Chile.