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In this new episode of Beyond the Legal Limit, Jeff explains the only issue that matters in the next election, which affects all the other issues: the invasion at our border. When even the liberal mayor and governor of NYC and NYS agree, it's time to wake up before it's too late. Jeff also discusses his client Ovidio Guzman's extradition to the U.S. and what comes next. Finally, Jeff reveals the origin of his germ phobia, which began with a tub of tuna fish and continues every time he orders a 12-inch sub at Subway.Get episodes sent directly to your inbox.
When your information is everywhere, is it possible to rein it back in? Deidre Woollard caught up with Tom Kemp, a cybersecurity expert and author of “Containing Big Tech: How to Protect our Civil Rights, Economy, and Democracy.” They discuss: - The implications of biometric data collection in a world where big tech runs rampant - Which companies are getting the privacy game right (and wrong) - Angel investing, and workarounds to weak links in existing cybersecurity systems Tickers discussed: META, AAPL, AMZN, GOOG, GOOGL, MSFT Host: Deidre Woollard Guest: Tom Kemp Producer: Mary Long Engineers: Dan Boyd, Kyle Carruthers
What is the most pressing challenge for civil rights today? In this episode of 60-Second Civics, Dr. Lester Brooks, emeritus professor of American history at Anne Arundel Community College, explains the challenges obstacles to full equality in the United States today. Center for Civic Education
Ken invites John Williams back to the podcast, this time to talk about the summer series, TRUTH QUEST. John and Ken review the origins of the Civil Rights (C.R.) Tour of the South, and John's journey from his law practice to his first C.R. Tour. His experience became a catalyst for leaving his law practice behind. A vision was born to introduce others to the history of race in America - to educate, inspire and transform. The Center has grown exponentially, influencing not only Fellowship Monrovia but churches, non-profits, and individuals across the nation by means of the tours, workshops, Table Talks, and curriculum development. In this conversation, John reflects on his personal meeting with the late Civil Rights icon and Congressman, John Lewis. John Williams has been in "Good Trouble" ever since, along with Ken. SHOW NOTESMeet our contributors.Listen to the entire series - TRUTH QUEST: Exploring the History of Race in America - in their own words.Support the show
Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas We begin the show with an investigation resulting in the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights finding the Alpine School District did not fulfill its Title IX obligations. KSL NewsRadio Reporter Aimee Cobabe joins the show to discuss the details of the story.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas Review Finds Alpine School District Did Not Fulfill Title IX Obligation We begin the show with an investigation resulting in the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights finding the Alpine School District did not fulfill its Title IX obligations. KSL NewsRadio Reporter Aimee Cobabe joins the show to discuss the details of the story. Senator Romney Introduces Student Loan Debt Bill Senator Mitt Romney is introducing a bill with Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema to “responsibly reduce student loan debt and help make college more affordable for students.” Hosts Leah and Greg go over the bill ‘Earn to Learn.' Biden Loses Lead on Trump A new poll by YouGov/Yahoo shows President Biden has lost his lead over Trump. Greg and Leah dive into the latest poll, and what the numbers are saying. House GOP In Turmoil Over Budget In 9 days, Congress needs to pass a bill to fund the government. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is showing signs of frustration over members of his party, telling reporters what hardliners are doing makes no sense. Zelensky Lobbies Congress For Ukraine Aid Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was in New York and Washington D.C. today asking for more aid to fight Russia. ABC News Correspondent Em Nguyen gives us the reaction from Congress over his request. Senate Confirms Military Leaders Today, the Senate overwhelmingly approved two generals to lead the Army and Marine Corps. This comes after Democrat's frustration with Senator Tommy Tuberville from Alabama blocking military confirmations this year. Leah and Greg discuss how the Senate was able to pass the nomination. Should Congress Wear Casual? One of the biggest issues getting people talking in Washington this week is the dress code of our elected officials. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has quietly done away with the dress code. Now, Senator Joe Manchin is circulating a proposal to reestablish the Senate's dress code.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Darius Dennis is a Chicago-based artist, muralist and the founder of Big Wall Sign and Mural. In response to the civil unrest and protests against police brutality in 2020, he created the mural “I Am A Man,” located near the Blue Line in Wicker Park, which ignited a series of murals to be produced nationwide. His unique style of recreating Civil Rights era photos on a grand scale is aimed to continue creating culturally relevant ways to share history. This is what his Chicago sounds like. This segment of “This Is What Chicago Sounds Like” was produced by Ari Mejia. To keep up with Darius Dennis and his work, follow him on Instagram at @72and10.
How was segregation in public schools found to be unconstitutional? In this episode of 60-Second Civics, Dr. Lester Brooks, emeritus professor of American history at Anne Arundel Community College, explains the landmark case of Brown v. Board of Education, which determined that separate schools for Black and White children was inherently unequal. Center for Civic Education
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12 - Dom kicks off the show on how Guy Ciarrocchi stood up for Chester County citizens as he expects federal funds will be misused. Dom also discusses the controversy around Mayor Pete of Wildwood. 1205 - Philadelphia is missing 200 guns? We listen to audio from meetings in Chester County as Guy Ciarrocchi lets his voice be heard, as well as Jeff Van Drew giving Merrick Garland a hard time yesterday. 1220 - Why do we label certain media outlets as “conservative” but never mark the left leaning sources as “liberal?” An update on a digital central currency. Who is coming to the defense of Merrick Garland? 1235 - Friend of the program Dana Hunter joins us again to give updates from the Central Bucks School District and rejected complaints from Office of Civil Rights over the well-being of a child. Dana also discusses how the local media coverage does not even attempt to tell the truth of this situation. 1250 - Kathy Hochul discusses the border and has a plea for those crossing daily.
12 - Dom kicks off the show on how Guy Ciarrocchi stood up for Chester County citizens as he expects federal funds will be misused. Dom also discusses the controversy around Mayor Pete of Wildwood. 1205 - Philadelphia is missing 200 guns? We listen to audio from meetings in Chester County as Guy Ciarrocchi lets his voice be heard, as well as Jeff Van Drew giving Merrick Garland a hard time yesterday. 1220 - Why do we label certain media outlets as “conservative” but never mark the left leaning sources as “liberal?” An update on a digital central currency. Who is coming to the defense of Merrick Garland? 1235 - Friend of the program Dana Hunter joins us again to give updates from the Central Bucks School District and rejected complaints from Office of Civil Rights over the well-being of a child. Dana also discusses how the local media coverage does not even attempt to tell the truth of this situation. 1250 - Kathy Hochul discusses the border and has a plea for those crossing daily. 1 - Taylor Swift is hell bent on stopping Trump, joining other powerful celebrities. How can you do that when Biden is the alternative? He just gave stay to 470,000 illegal migrants today. Dave McCormick is challenging Bob Casey Jr. for his Senate seat. How does Fetterman still have a 48% approval rating? 110 - Taking your calls and focusing anger on inflation. 115 - What to do about abortion. 120 - What is happening at the Perkiomen Valley School District right now? 135 - Bill Stepien joins the program to discuss a new poll suggesting Biden and Trump are in a dead heat here in Pennsylvania. A Bucks county native, Bill gives why Pennsylvania is important to the country, as well as more local news on our elected officials. 150 - The DA in Chester County is speaking with Danelo Cavalcante's sister today. Why? 2 - Today on the Dom Giordano Program we welcome filmmaker Tigre Hill. Tigre joins the show to discuss his new three-part docuseries, '72 Seconds In Rittenhouse Square', streaming only on Paramount Plus starting this upcoming Tuesday, September 26th. The first episode even features our own Dom Giordano! Tigre discusses the well-known local story of a delivery driver and a real-estate developer who came to blows one fateful night in 2018. The story of the whole ordeal piqued Tigre's interest and after the trial was completed, Tigre contacted the defense to make this film and from there the project was born. Tigre gives us the background, but not too much so tune in when it drops on streaming! 215 - Money Melody! 220 - Do we have a winner? Who speaks for the Catholics? Jeff van Drew next 230 - Representative Jeff Van Drew joins the broadcast to discuss his opposition to Merrick Garland over the treatment of catholics, as well as education and freedom of speech. The two move on to DOJ's handling of Hunter Biden and the two-tiered justice system for the rich and the famous. 250 - Lightning Round! Dom wraps up with his thoughts on what we discussed today.
There is a new survey now about how technology is used in schools, Elizabeth Laird, Director of Equity at the Center talks about the concerns that parents have on how much schools are watching their children.
In this episode Mal interviews Rachel Citak, a Constitutional and Civil Rights attorney. She has spoken on local and national news defending life as well as had op-ed published in the Dialy Wire, West Journal, and USA Today network publicans. She talks about what got her involved in prolife activism, what she has learned, and prolife measures on the ballot in Ohio. We faced some technical difficulties, but the Devil did not win. It's a great episode you should share with all of your prolife friends. We also can not wait to have Rachel back. Follow on Socials: @thoseothergirlspodcast @lifeasmalpal @freeman_voyles @styleandsmilee @melaniesalzara This is a Other Girls Media production. You are able to listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcast, Amazon Music, Pandora, Anchor, Breaker, OverCasts, Pocket Casts, and Radio Public PLUS YouTube and Rumble. Join our Patreon Help us get feminine products for middle school girls If you want to help us change culture Sponsors: COL 192: https://col1972.com/ "thoseothergirls1972" America Women Beauty: https://americanwomanbeauty.net/ "mal15" Garnuu: https://garnuu.com/ "othergirls10" LITL co: https://litlco.com/ "thosegirls10" The Pink Rose: https://shopthepinkrose.com/ "othergirls10" Want more TOG? Get the app Check out our website Order Merch Those Other Girls Rumble Channel Those Other Girls Youtube Channel --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/those-other-girls/support
“Your joy doesn't come from filling out the paperwork, your joy doesn't come from meeting that priority goal, your joy comes from the people that you lead”How can we create workplaces where we lead with love and laughter? Whether you're working in a corporation, a nonprofit, or a government organization, think about the climate and think about the culture that you're creating as a leader. Is it fear-based, risk-averse, serious, and riddled with judgment? Or is it an environment where people feel connected to each other and the mission, and love coming to work? The tone you set with your words and behaviors every day creates the culture people experience at work.In this episode, I talk to Patrick Malone and Zina Sutch, authors of the book Leading with Love and Laughter. We talk about why leading with love and laughter is critical to creating productive and meaningful workplaces.In this episode:What has changed and evolved in Zina and Patrick's thinking about leadership over the yearsThe importance of taking care of yourself and self-loveResearch that supports the benefits of bringing love, laughter, and joy in an organizationHolding people accountable with loveHow to lead with love and laughterAnd more!Power Presence Academy: Practical Wisdom for Leaders is the go-to podcast for anyone who leads. Your host is Janet Ioli, leadership and human development expert, sought-after coach and advisor to global executives, and former executive with experience in four Fortune 100 companies. She helps leaders ground themselves with confidence, connection, and purpose and learn to lead with Less Ego, More Soul.Resource Links:Today's guests:Zina Sutch leads the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Civil Rights at the Small Business Administration. Before that role, she held positions at the Office of Personnel Management and the United States Department of Agriculture. She has a long background as an executive in the government. Patrick Malone is the director of the Key Executive Leadership Programs at American University. He is a retired Navy captain and has served 23 years in a number of leadership and policy roles in the US Navy. Read Patrick and Zina's book, Leading with Love and Laughter: Letting Go and Getting Real at WorkConnect with today's guests on their website: sutchmalone.comConnect with Janet Ioli:Website: janetioli.comLinkedin: Janet IoliInstagram: @janetioliJanet is the founder of Power Presence Academy. She helps leaders ground themselves with confidence, connection, and purpose and lead with Less Ego, More Soul.If you want to become more grounded, confident, and aligned with your deeper values in just 21 days. Check out Janet Ioli's book Less Ego, More Soul: A Modern Reinvention Guide for Women.If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Select “Listen in Apple Podcasts,” then choose the “Ratings & Reviews” tab to share what you think.
In the largest single act of mass incarceration in U.S. history, our government forced over 125,000 Japanese Americans into prison camps for three years during World War II. On this special live episode, two leading activists join us to expose the true story of this racist atrocity, the fight for reparations that followed, and the importance of racial solidarity in all movements for change. We know Black America can achieve reparations: it's been done before!SHOW NOTESGuests: Kathy Masaoka and traci kato-kiriyamaKathy Masaoka was active in the movement for Japanese American redress in the 1980s and has worked to educate Americans about the camps. She co-chairs Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress (NCRR) and is active in the fight for Black reparations, testifying before Congress in support of H.R. 40 in 2022.traci kato-kiriyama is an award-winning multi-disciplinary artist and activist, recognized for her work as writer, performer, cultural producer, community organizer, and audiobook narrator. traci co-chairs the National Nikkei Reparations Coalition and is on the Why We Can't Wait Coalition.Check out the VIDEO of this live episode! More on the incarceration of Japanese Americans:Searchable list of all 125,284 names of those incarcerated (Ireizō)NCRR's book on the fight for Japanese American reparationsVideos of the 1981 hearings“Pilgrimage” documentary More on traci kato-kuriyama's work:traci's websiteTheir amazing book Navigating Without Instruments More from bridgette bianca:Her poem from our live show: “There Goes The Neighborhood”bridgette's homepageThe California Reparations Task Force proposals for Black reparationsHighlights of episode:[9:56] Bogus excuses vs. real reasons for Japanese Americans' incarceration[15:31] Kathy and traci's family experiences in prison camps[21:45] traci reads "No Redress"[29:39] Clips from J.A. reparations hearings[36:51] Limitations of J.A. reparations[39:11] Lessons of racial solidarity[52:05] traci reads "Note to Nikkei Community on Reparations" [56:35] Q & AContact Tony & AdamSubscribe
How did the Reconstruction Amendments set the stage for the ongoing battle for civil rights? In this episode of 60-Second Civics, Dr. Lester Brooks, emeritus professor of American history at Anne Arundel Community College, explains the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the Constitution. Center for Civic Education
Audio portions of the award-winning documentary film “Move When the Spirit Says Move: The Legacy of Dorothy Foreman Cotton.” The post Fund Drive Special: A Civil Rights Powerhouse appeared first on KPFA.
The water line on the Mississippi River is dropping rapidly with little rainfall on the horizon.Then, doctors say parents play an important roll in keeping children safe from respiratory illnesses.Plus, we reflect on the life of a civil rights icon who participated in the Jackson sit-ins. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How does Frederick Douglass's speech, "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?," capture the struggle for civil rights before the Civil War? Dr. Lester Brooks, emeritus professor of American history at Anne Arundel Community College, explains the 1852 speech by abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who himself had one been enslaved. Center for Civic Education
This week, Jeanne Hruska speaks with Cliff Sloan about his new book, "The Court at War: FDR, His Justices, and the World They Made." They discuss the enduring impact of key Supreme Court decisions issued during WWII and the lessons that we should be heeding from FDR and his justices in thinking about today's Supreme Court. Join the Progressive Legal Movement Today: ACSLaw.org Today's Host: Jeanne Hruska, ACS Senior Advisor for Communications and Strategy Guest: Cliff Sloan, Professor, Georgetown Law Link: "The Court at War," by Cliff Sloan Visit the Podcast Website: Broken Law Podcast Email the Show: Podcast@ACSLaw.org Follow ACS on Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media
In a throwback to an episode in our vault, historian Aimee Edmondson describes how opponents of the Civil Rights movement weaponized libel law for decades to squelch free speech and silence African American dissent. The transcript is available at Episode 56 at at https://journalism-history.org/podcast/.
This year marked 60 years since the March on Washington, and there is a bipartisan acceptance of the event as a monumental step forward for Black Americans for the struggle for civil rights. While Martin Luther King's iconic speech for many is understood as a call for collective understanding to get beyond racial differences and come together as one united nation, that wasn't the ultimate goal of the march. It's organizers had a Socialist Democratic vision of massive economic redistribution of wealth. The March on Washington for jobs and freedom became a victory for the Civil Rights movement and its leaders, but was it truly a success? Read Paul's piece in Jacobin Magazine here: https://jacobin.com/2023/08/march-on-washington-anniversary-civil-rights-economic-inequality About TIR Thank you for supporting the show! Remember to like and subscribe on YouTube. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents Check out our official merch store at https://www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com/ Also follow us on... https://podcasts.apple.com/.../this-is.../id1524576360 www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland Follow the TIR Crüe on Twitter: @TIRShowOakland @djenebajalan @DrKuba2 @probert06 @StefanBertramL @MarcusHereMeow Read Jason: https://www.sublationmag.com/writers/jason-myles Read Pascal: https://www.newsweek.com/black-political-elite-serving...
What were civil rights at our country's founding? Dr. Lester Brooks, emeritus professor of American history at Anne Arundel Community College, explains the status of civil rights during America's founding period and how some Blacks responded to the Declaration of Independence and the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. Center for Civic Education
In this extended episode of 60-Second Civics, Dr. Lisa Tetrault, associate professor of history at Carnegie Mellon University, explains in more detail topics of women's rights from the previous five episodes. Dr. Tetrault covers the Seneca Falls Convention, the Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments, the role of Frederick Douglass, and the Equal Rights Amendment, among other topics. This is the sixth episode in our 60-Second Civics series on women's rights as part of the Center for Civic Education's Civil Discourse: An American Legacy Project. Center for Civic Education
In the world of ugly warrant execution, there are a lot of bad scenarios that have happened with lessons to be learned for people on both sides of the door. In this episode, Mike & Jim break down a notorious recent incident: The 2020 shooting of Breonna Taylor during a narcotics warrant service in Louisville, Kentucky. While it's about the Breonna Taylor incident, we're focusing on the tactical issues surrounding the actual warrant service that night, not the plethora of issues that led to it. Risk is always involved in serving a warrant, so how can it best be mitigated for all involved? Remember that having a warrant doesn't make you any smarter or tactically proficient. The court just gave you permission; the skill department is all on you. Find us on social media (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/YouTube) @TacTangents You can join the conversation in our Facebook Discussion Group. Find all of our episodes, articles, some reading list ideas, and more on our website www.tacticaltangents.com Like what we're doing? Head over to Patreon and give us a buck for each new episode. You can also make a one-time contribution at GoFundMe. Intro music credit Bensound.com
Today I am honored to be joined by someone who is frequently cited on this channel, someone whose work in Academia, truly one of the last ones, I admire immensely. Dr. Carol Swain, professor of Politics and Law at Vanderbilt University, award-winning political scientist cited multiple times by the Supreme Court, renowned commentator on the ongoing battle to roll back the overreaches of the late civil rights movement, and now the author of a new book on the end of affirmative action called “The Adversity of Diversity”. Highlights: “Academia has taken notice of conservative ideas and thought, they're willing to give us another look. And I believe that we're going to see some shifting and transformation on college and university campuses because they are far more receptive.” - Dr. Carol Swain “I saw the shaming and bullying of young white children and that broke my heart because I care about all children and this is America and no one should be shamed or bullied. And so critical race theory became my fashion.” - Dr. Carol Swain “What I believe I benefitted from the most was the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that ended discrimination on the basis of race.” - Dr. Carol Swain “We can have diversity without discrimination.” - Dr. Carol Swain Timestamps: [00:49] Dr. Carol Swain's background and her first PragerU video [05:32] Why Trump's mugshot seemed to resonate with a lot of Black voters [07:24] Why Dr. Carol believe we're in the midst of a political realignment [10:12] On CRT and the importance of the message of her latest book “The Adversity of Diversity” [18:38] Dr. Carol's first book “The New White Nationalism in America” [26:00] Why it's important to know our Civil Rights law and how we can have healing and unity in diversity in a post-affirmative action world Resources: Get “The Adversity of Diversity” and Dr. Carol Swain's other renowned works HERE: http://www.carolmswain.com/ Nature's Morphine? Dr. Turley and scientist Clint Winters discuss the incredible pain relief effects of 100% Drug-Free Conolidine. This changes pain relief… https://www.bh3ktrk.com/2DDD1J/2CTPL/?source_id=PC&sub1=91423 The Courageous Patriot Community is inviting YOU! Join the movement now and build the parallel economy at https://join.turleytalks.com/insiders-club=podcast Learn how to protect your life savings from inflation and an irresponsible government, with Gold and Silver. Go to https://www.gcjdjhs3e.com/TurleyTalks_digital_dollar=Podcast Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
What is the Equal Rights Amendment and how would its ratification change American life? In this episode, Dr. Lisa Tetrault, associate professor of history at Carnegie Mellon University, explains the Equal Rights Amendment. This is the fifth episode in our 60-Second Civics series on women's rights as part of the Center for Civic Education's Civil Discourse: An American Legacy Project. Center for Civic Education
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! On today's episode, we talk with Dr. Thomas Easley, Founder Mind Heart for Diversity Consulting about The DEI Project, Mind Heart for Diversity, and Being Your Unique Self. Read his full bio below.Help us continue to create great content! If you'd like to sponsor a future episode hit the support podcast button or visit www.environmentalprofessionalsradio.com/sponsor-form Showtimes: 2:48 Nic & Laura discuss Ghana7:03 Interview with Dr. Thomas Easley starts7:42 The DEI Project29:55 Mind Heart for Diversity40:25 Field Notes44:21 Being your unique selfPlease be sure to ✔️subscribe, ⭐rate and ✍review. This podcast is produced by the National Association of Environmental Professions (NAEP). Check out all the NAEP has to offer at NAEP.org.Connect with Dr. Thomas Easley at https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-thomas-rashad-easley-4549675/ Guest Bio: Thomas RaShad Easley, Ed.D., is the child of civil rights activists that protested in the children's march in 1963 at the height of the Civil Right movement and integrated an all-white school in Toledo, Ohio. Assistant Dean of Community and Inclusion at the School of the Environment at Yale University (the first school of forestry, 1900). Dr. Easley has attended Alabama A&M University (B.S.), Iowa State University (M.S.), and North Carolina State University (Ed.D.) Dr. Easley has backgrounds in forestry, genetics, and adult education. Dr. Easley is a certified diversity, equity and inclusion consultant that works with academic institutions, corporate entities, and other organizations to help them actualize a strong diversity initiative that welcomes everyone and shifts work culture to be equitable. Dr. Easley is a musical artist, professor, Eagle Scout, and a former campus pastor. He intentionally merges conscious lyrics, ecumenical spirituality, land stewardship, education, diversity/equity/inclusion principles and entrepreneurial thinking in his lectures, workshops and presentations.Music CreditsIntro: Givin Me Eyes by Grace MesaOutro: Never Ending Soul Groove by Mattijs MullerSupport the showThanks for listening! A new episode drops every Friday. Like, share, subscribe, and/or sponsor to help support the continuation of the show. You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and all your favorite podcast players.