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News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

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Focus
Trial of Félicien Kabuga: Victims of genocide in Rwanda hope for answers

Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 5:06


After more than 20 years on the run, Félicien Kabuga was arrested in May 2020 near Paris. Once rich and famous, the 87-year-old is accused of financing, training and encouraging the Hutu militias known as Interahamwe during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis. As his trial opens in The Hague, the hearings will be followed closely back in Rwanda by victims of the genocide. In particular, they hope to find out more about the planning of the atrocities. Our correspondent reports.

News Headlines in Morse Code at 20 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Coolio Gangstas Paradise rapper dead at 59 Flooded towns, desperate rescues, 2.5M without power as Tropical Storm Ian continues to wallop Florida Live updates Nord Stream Sweden finds new leak in Russian gas pipeline Tracking Ian Deep water rescues in Naples caught on camera Revealed Huge gas flaring emissions never reported Fourth leak found on Nord Stream pipelines, Swedish coastguard says Kamala Harris visits DMZ a day after North fires missiles Putin set to proclaim annexation of seized Ukrainian territory on Friday Russia to formally annex four more areas of Ukraine Iran president says chaos will not be accepted as protests continue Prison escapee climbed out of cell window, over barbed wire fence, sources say Liz Trusss premiership has got off to the worst start possible 15 year old girl shot at deputies before she was killed in Hesperia shootout, sheriff says Oakland school shooting involving multiple gunmen injures 6 adults 2 critical KPIX CBS SF Bay Area UK economy updates Liz Truss PM defends need for mini budget TikTok Will posting salaries online close the pay gap Hurricane Ian Cities flooded and power cut as storm crosses Florida F licien Kabuga Rwanda genocide suspect goes on trial at The Hague WH plays damage control yet again after Biden search for deceased Rep. Walorski adds to list of walk backs Search and rescue teams scour Floridas flooded disaster zone amid massive power outages as Ian continues its ruinous crawl

News Headlines in Morse Code at 25 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv 15 year old girl shot at deputies before she was killed in Hesperia shootout, sheriff says TikTok Will posting salaries online close the pay gap Hurricane Ian Cities flooded and power cut as storm crosses Florida Nord Stream Sweden finds new leak in Russian gas pipeline WH plays damage control yet again after Biden search for deceased Rep. Walorski adds to list of walk backs Kamala Harris visits DMZ a day after North fires missiles F licien Kabuga Rwanda genocide suspect goes on trial at The Hague Oakland school shooting involving multiple gunmen injures 6 adults 2 critical KPIX CBS SF Bay Area Search and rescue teams scour Floridas flooded disaster zone amid massive power outages as Ian continues its ruinous crawl Fourth leak found on Nord Stream pipelines, Swedish coastguard says Iran president says chaos will not be accepted as protests continue Russia to formally annex four more areas of Ukraine Liz Trusss premiership has got off to the worst start possible Flooded towns, desperate rescues, 2.5M without power as Tropical Storm Ian continues to wallop Florida Live updates Tracking Ian Deep water rescues in Naples caught on camera Revealed Huge gas flaring emissions never reported UK economy updates Liz Truss PM defends need for mini budget Prison escapee climbed out of cell window, over barbed wire fence, sources say Putin set to proclaim annexation of seized Ukrainian territory on Friday Coolio Gangstas Paradise rapper dead at 59

Africa Today
Uganda rules out lockdown to contain Ebola

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 26:49


Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has decided against putting the Ebola-hit central region under quarantine to prevent the virus spreading to the rest of the country. He says lockdowns are not necessary and that they will tackle the virus “differently”. Félicien Kabuga, who is one of the last main suspects in the 1994 Rwandan genocide – and once one of Rwanda's richest men - has refused to attend the opening of his trial before a UN tribunal at The Hague, but judges have ruled that the case will proceed. And we hear from Gambian rap musician ST who drops tunes and plants trees.

Democracy in Question?
Mykola Gnatovskyy on the establishment of a Special Tribunal to Investigate the Crimes of Aggression against Ukraine

Democracy in Question?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 37:57


Guests featured in this episode: Mykola Gnatovskyy, a renowned Ukrainian legal scholar who was recently elected to serve as judge at the European Court of Human Rights. Before taking up this very prestigious nine-year appointment at the ECHR, Mykola was a professor at the Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. He also advised the Ukrainian Minister for Foreign Affairs on international criminal justice, and was a member of the International Expert Board on Crimes Committed during Armed Conflict at the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine.From 2015 until 2021, Mykola served three consecutive terms as President of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.In March of this 2022, he was one of the original signatories, together with Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs and the former British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, calling for the establishment of a special tribunal to investigate Russia for the crime of aggression against Ukraine. GLOSSARY:What is the International Criminal Court?(01:58 or p.1 in the transcript)International Criminal Court (ICC): permanent judicial body established by the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998) to investigate, prosecute, and try individuals accused of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity and to impose prison sentences upon individuals who are found guilty of such crimes. On July 1, 2002, after the requisite number of countries (60) ratified the agreement, the court began sittings. It is headquartered in the Netherlands at The Hague: source What is the War in Ukraine?(04:32 or p.2 in the transcript)In early November 2021 Russia began building up military forces along the borders of Ukraine, for the second time in a year. Over 100,000 Russian military personnel and assets were deployed in Crimea and in the Voronezh, Kursk and Bryansk regions of western Russia. Further Russian forces were deployed to Belarus for a series of exercises close to the Ukrainian border and Russian naval assets from the Baltic and Northern fleets deployed for exercises in the Black Sea. Tensions escalated following a US intelligence assessment in December 2021, which suggested that Russia could be planning an invasion of Ukraine in early 2022. On 24 February 2022 Russia launched military action in Ukraine, with forces crossing into the country from Belarus in the north, Russia in the east and Crimea in the south. Russia's actions came just days after President Putin officially recognized the self-declared independence of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and Luhansk People's Republic (LPR), the regions of eastern Ukraine that are under the control of Russian-backed separatist forces, and deployed “peacekeeping” forces to the region: source What is the massacre in Eastern Anatolia?(07:18 or p.2 in the transcript)Massacre in Eastern Anatolia, also known as Armenian Genocide: campaign of deportation and mass killing conducted against the Armenian subjects of the Ottoman Empire by the Young Turk government during World War I (1914–18). Armenians charge that the campaign was a deliberate attempt to destroy the Armenian people and, thus, an act of genocide. The Turkish government has resisted calls to recognize it as such, contending that, although atrocities took place, there was no official policy of extermination implemented against the Armenian people as a group: source What is the Wagner Group?(17:02 or p.5 in the transcript)Wagner Group: a network of businesses and groups of mercenaries that have been linked by overlaps in ownership and logistics networks. Entities making up the network have been described in sanctions designations by the U.S. Treasury as being involved in a wide range of activities, including working to suppress pro-democracy protests, spreading disinformation, mining for gold and diamonds, and engaging in paramilitary activity. The group, such as it is, first appeared in Ukraine in 2014, where it assisted the Russian military in the annexation of Crimea. Since then, paramilitaries and businesses have branched out to Syria—where they have fought in support of embattled President Bashar al-Assad while securing a foothold in the country's energy sector—as well as to Libya, Sudan, Madagascar, Mozambique, and the Central African Republic: source What is the occupation of Crimea and Eastern Ukraine?(31:38 or p. 8 in the transcript)The Crisis in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine: on 22 February 2014, President Yanukovych disappeared from Ukraine and a new government was installed by the Ukrainian parliament. Later that month unidentified military figures, widely thought in the West to be Russian personnel (this was later confirmed), surrounded the airports in Crimea, a majority-Russian peninsula in Ukraine and the Crimean autonomous assembly was taken over by pro-Russian forces. In March 2014 a declaration of independence was issued by the assembly and a subsequent referendum on union with Russia was held. Since then, Russia has maintained its control over Crimea and supported pro-Russian separatist forces who also took control of parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of eastern Ukraine (the Donbas) in 2014. Fighting between Russian-supported separatists and Ukrainian government forces has continued in the Donbas for the last eight years despite the negotiation of the Minsk Agreements in 2014/2015 which called for a ceasefire, the withdrawal of all foreign armed groups and constitutional reform recognizing the special status of Donetsk and Luhansk: source  Democracy in Question? is brought to you by:• Central European University: CEU• The Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: AHCD• The Podcast Company: Novel Follow us on social media!• Central European University: @CEU• Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: @AHDCentreSubscribe to the show. If you enjoyed what you listened to, you can support us by leaving a review and sharing our podcast in your networks! 

Through the Human Geography Lens
Protecting and Preserving Cultural Property with Dr. Laurie Rush

Through the Human Geography Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 19:58


On this episode of Through the Human Geography Lens, hosts Terri Ryan and Gwyneth Holt talk with Dr. Laurie Rush, the Cultural Resources Manager and Army Archaeologist at Fort Drum, New York. 00:35 Upcoming WWHGD Webinar on Cultural Heritage and Human Geography scheduled for October 19th, 2022. Register here. 00:50 Defining "cultural heritage" and "cultural property". Cultural heritage Cultural property 01:05 Unique, powerful, and sensible definition from Dr. Rush. 01:30 The Hague definition. The Hague Convention on protecting cultural property in armed conflict 02:00 Describing her role as a cultural resources manager. 03:35 Expanding her role to teach cross-cultural landscapes to deploying soldiers. 04:35 Drawing parallels between international sensitivity and our internal domestic perspectives on cultural property. 05:40 Example: "Tooth of the Dragon", a pointed rock, in the Bamian valley of central Afghanistan. A discussion of the Bamian Valley The Nara Principles for Cultural Restoration 06:35 Is there a database of important sites like "Tooth of the Dragon"? 07:35 Local community partnership development. Ideally, with the keepers of the heritage before any disruptive events. 10:15 A GIS layer with important cultural artifacts localized seems highly desirable. Are there any risks in that accumulation or exposure? War and Heritage from the Getty Conservation Institute 12:35 How do you train soldiers to support this cultural task when deployed? Cultural preservation Training Aids from the Smithsonian 13:30 Example: Remote Afghan water systems with surface holes easy to spot. A discussion of the Qanat water systems of the Middle East (Dr. Rush uses the regionally correct term "kareez"). 14:50 Other examples: Smithsonian's Dr. Katherine Hanson helping strategic planning to save Raqqa from ISIS. The Battle for Raqqa (2017) Article about Raqqa preservation by Dr. Hanson. 16:05 The staying power of ancient places to the people who live there. Ex: The Temple of Artemis at Sardis in Turkey. The Temple of Artemis at Sardis Disclaimer: Opinions expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the WWHGD sponsors and should not be construed as an endorsement. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wwhgd-support/message

The 260 Journey
The Best Way to Be Involved in Politics

The 260 Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:53


Day 192 Today's Reading: 1 Timothy 2 I want to help you get involved in politics. I knew that would get your attention. When it comes to being a Republican or a Democrat, let's be careful before labeling ourselves. I am of the school of C. S. Lewis, who said these important words about politics: “He who surrenders himself without reservation to the temporal claims of a nation, or a party, or a class is rendering to Caesar that which, of all things, most emphatically belongs to God: himself.” Our heart, emotions, and energies first belong to God. We must be careful of giving these to a candidate to stay in office or to get one in office and give God less. So what part do we play as Christians in politics? There is a part we play, according to Paul, and its outcome is best for us: "The first thing I want you to do is pray. Pray every way you know how, for everyone you know. Pray especially for rulers and their governments to rule well so we can be quietly about our business of living simply, in humble contemplation. This is the way our Savior God wants us to live. He wants not only us but everyone saved, you know, everyone to get to know the truth we've learned." (1 Timothy 2:1-4, MSG) Wow! Our involvement is first on our knees. I am grateful we have Christians in government. I am grateful we have chaplains in Congress. I am thankful we have men and women fighting for godly principles. But the best way we unify the church is not around a candidate but around a king—the King. The way we unify the church politically is by getting the church to pray. And notice, Paul was saying for those in office not for those to beat those who are in office. Whether or not we agree with their politics or policies, our responsibility is to pray for our leaders in local, in state, and even in the White House and on Capitol hill. Paul says, “This is the way God wants us to live.” What is our prayer? We are first to pray that they rule well. And if they don't, then pray more. The Passion Translation says it like this: “Pray for every political leader and representative, so that we would be able to live tranquil, undisturbed lives, as we worship the awe-inspiring God with pure hearts. It is pleasing to our Savior-God to pray for them” (verses 2-3). We pray for them “so that we would be able to live tranquil, undisturbed lives as we worship God.” We are praying for our leaders so our lives can find peace and quiet instead of contention and division. Our government may be in the condition it's in because of the condition of prayer in the church. Call a prayer meeting for your church to pray for your local, state, and national leaders and see how many show up. That may be the reason we are in trouble—not because of a Republican president or a Democrat Congress or vice versa, but because of a non-praying church. A prayerless church messes up our government more than the government messes up the government. Don't dismiss this. Why is this country everything but quiet when it comes to the political landscape? Because this prayer has not been answered; because this prayer has not been offered. The part we play in politics is to pray for our leaders—not the leaders we wish were there and not just the leaders we agree with. Let's for a moment remove the adjectives before the word Christian. There is no such thing as a Republican Christian or a Democrat Christian or an Independent Christian or a Libertarian Christian, we are Christians! Which means we pray regardless of the election and its outcome. Why do we pray for our leaders? Paul says pray for this outcome: “This is the way our Savior God wants us to live. He wants not only us but everyone saved” (verses 3-4, MSG). The “everyone” here are the politicians. We pray for them two ways—that they would rule well and that they would become Christ-followers. That must be how we as Christians are first involved in politics. Anything else is a distraction and a disturbance. As W. Ian Thomas says, “Make sure it is God's trumpet you are blowing—if it's only yours, it won't wake the dead; it will simply disturb the neighbours.” I want to wake the dead in DC. I want them to find Jesus. Many years ago, government officials in The Hague invited Van Courtonne, a famous preacher in Paris, to preach in the State Church chapel. He agreed under the condition that all the government officials had to attend. They agreed, so he went and preached on “The Ethiopian” in Acts 8. Remember the Ethiopian eunuch was a government official on assignment. His sermon contained four points about the Ethiopian government official. Remember the story? The Ethiopian had just visited Jerusalem and left with a scroll from Isaiah 53. Philip came alongside his chariot and explained what the man was reading. The government official became a Christian and ordered the chariot to stop and be baptized. Now, here were Van Courtonne's points: 1. The Ethiopian was a government official who read the Bible: something rare. 2. He was a government official who acknowledged his ignorance: something rarer still. 3. He was a government official who asked a lesser person for instruction: something extremely rare. 4. He was a government official who got saved: the rarest thing of all. Let's get involved in politics. So let's get on our knees and pray.

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
283 – Why A Special Court for CSEC Victims, with Judge Joanne Motoike

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 29:45 Very Popular


Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by the Honorable Judge Joanne Motoike to discuss GRACE Court, a collaborative court designed to provide services to CSEC victims and rehabilitate them to be reintegrated back into the community. Honorable Joanne Motoike The Honorable Joanne Motoike serves as an associate justice of the 4th District Court of Appeal, Division 3. Previously, she was the Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Court in Orange County, California where she also oversaw a unique collaborative court for child victims of commercial sexual exploitation called GRACE Court. She has also served as a senior deputy public defender at the Orange County Public Defender's Office, and as a trial attorney in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at the Hague. Key Points GRACE (Generating Resources to Abolish Child Exploitation) Court was developed to provide youth and families with services as they went through the legal process in their cases. Juvenile Court is done with the mindset of rehabilitation of the youth coming through the court system to reduce the recidivism rates of that population. In comparison, Criminal Court is designed to punish in order to deter further conduct. GRACE Court is a speciality collaborative court to address the specific needs of CSEC victims. To start a collaborative CSEC court, start with contacting law enforcement and other key stakeholders that will play a significant role in providing services to potential victims. Resources EP. 112 – Juvenile Justice Inspiring Hope: An Interview with Hon. Maria Hernandez Orange County, California Collaborative Courts Love the show? Consider supporting us on Patreon! Become a Patron Transcript Dave [00:00:00] You're listening to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. This is episode number 283, Why A Special Court for CSEC Victims, with Judge Joanne Motoike. Production Credits [00:00:12] Produced by Innovate Learning, maximizing human potential. Dave [00:00:31] Welcome to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. My name is Dave Stachowiak. Sandie [00:00:37] And my name is Sandie Morgan. Dave [00:00:39] And this is the show where we empower you to study the issues, be a voice, and make a difference in ending human trafficking. Sandie, today a wonderful partner with us to really help us to understand more on the legal side of our work. And of course, so much of our work here at the Global Center for Women and Justice is about building partnerships across the legal community, law enforcement, government, so many wonderful experts that we've been able to talk with. And today, an expert that will help us to really get even more perspective on what happens inside the courtrooms. I'm so glad to welcome the Honorable Joanne Motoike. She serves as an associate justice of the Fourth District Court of Appeals Division Three. Previously, she was the presiding judge of the Juvenile Court in Orange County, California, where she also oversaw a unique collaborative court for child victims of commercial sexual exploitation called the GRACE Court. She has also served as a senior deputy public defender at the Orange County Public Defender's Office and as a trial attorney in the office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague. Judge Motoike, welcome to our show today. Joanne [00:01:56] Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. Sandie [00:01:59] I'm excited about this conversation. First of all, congratulations on your appointment as an associate judge of the Fourth District Court of Appeal. That's so impressive. And I just love what I know you'll be able to accomplish in this new role. But today we're going to talk about your experience as presiding judge in juvenile court in Oran...

A Rational Fear
Secretive Australia — Festival Of Dangerous Ideas — Kate McClymont, Damien Cave, Amber Schultz, David McBride, Dan Ilic & Lewis Hobba

A Rational Fear

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 55:36


CHINA RISING
World events forever changed: Putin’s national speech highlights, 300k-reservist mobilization and Eastern Ukraine voting to join Russia. JB West and JB East present: See You in The Hague! #38

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 41:39


Pictured above: starting 30 September 2022, Russia will add the land mass of South Korea and 6-9 million new citizens to its census, after 20% of (Eastern) Ukraine votes to secede from the Ukie-Nazis controlling what is left. Donate   Video, Audio podcast (download at the bottom of this page),   To see all our...

CHINA RISING
Leaked report shows US plans to use Ukraine to destroy Germany and all of Europe, to save the American economy and hold off national disaster. JB West and JB East present: See You In The Hague! #37

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 21:05


Donate   Video, Audio podcast (download at the bottom of this page),   Downloadable PDF of the leaked report, Rand Corporation report- ‘Weakening Germany Strengthening the US' 220125   To see all our shows: https://chinarising.puntopress.com/search/?q=JB   We've got your back, JB West and JB East   Remember, it all starts with the mother lode. Download...

Are We Home Yet?
Where can I buy the best tea party hats ? VIDEO Interview with Milliner Elisabeth about her fashionable hats and adventures in fashion, which began in Beijing

Are We Home Yet?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 53:27


Find out what it's like to be a milliner who makes hats for a living and how she started her company! If you're looking for fashionable hats or tea party hats to wear to your next soiree or just look amazing whenever you want to, look no further than Milliner Elisabeth's online shop. Elisabeth has been making hats for over 10 years, and her experience shows in her beautiful creations. In this interview, Elisabeth tells us about her adventures in fashion, which began all the way back in Beijing. Since Beijing , Elisabeth, her husband, and children have moved to the Hague in the Netherlands and they're enjoying their family home, new friends, and experiences. ****** ENJOY THE FULL INTERVIEW VIA YOUTUBE AS WELL ****** If you want more inside knowledge about life in Beijing or the Netherlands , and want to listen to Elisabeth talk about learning how to make hats, and the many countries she's lived in , tune into episode 48.   Follow the podcast via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/consultantexpat/ (here) Via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/consultantexpat/ (here) Via twitter https://twitter.com/ConsultantExpat (here) Via pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/consultantexpat/ (here) Via Youtube https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UCiQvzo9mIkhCqXTg0wfa27A/editing/details (here) Download the FREE teaching online PDF, https://arewehomeyetpodcast.com/freebie-deals/ (here), and make money anywhere! In need of health insurance when traveling or living abroad? Check out SafetyWing , which I personally use and am an ambassador of . Click https://safetywing.com/nomad-insurance/?referenceID=24902923&utm_source=24902923&utm_medium=Ambassador (here). (Disclosure: I may earn a small fee is you purchase a SafetyWing product)

Are We Home Yet?
Where can I buy the best tea party hats ? VIDEO Interview with Milliner Elisabeth about her fashionable hats and adventures in fashion, which began in Beijing

Are We Home Yet?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 53:27


Find out what it's like to be a milliner who makes hats for a living and how she started her company! If you're looking for fashionable hats or tea party hats to wear to your next soiree or just look amazing whenever you want to, look no further than Milliner Elisabeth's online shop. Elisabeth has been making hats for over 10 years, and her experience shows in her beautiful creations. In this interview, Elisabeth tells us about her adventures in fashion, which began all the way back in Beijing. Since Beijing , Elisabeth, her husband, and children have moved to the Hague in the Netherlands and they're enjoying their family home, new friends, and experiences. ****** ENJOY THE FULL INTERVIEW VIA YOUTUBE AS WELL ****** If you want more inside knowledge about life in Beijing or the Netherlands , and want to listen to Elisabeth talk about learning how to make hats, and the many countries she's lived in , tune into episode 48.   Follow the podcast via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/consultantexpat/ (here) Via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/consultantexpat/ (here) Via twitter https://twitter.com/ConsultantExpat (here) Via pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/consultantexpat/ (here) Via Youtube https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UCiQvzo9mIkhCqXTg0wfa27A/editing/details (here) Download the FREE teaching online PDF, https://arewehomeyetpodcast.com/freebie-deals/ (here), and make money anywhere! In need of health insurance when traveling or living abroad? Check out SafetyWing , which I personally use and am an ambassador of . Click https://safetywing.com/nomad-insurance/?referenceID=24902923&utm_source=24902923&utm_medium=Ambassador (here). (Disclosure: I may earn a small fee is you purchase a SafetyWing product)

PhysioChains Education
Michael Long: The Molecule Of More - Author, Writer, Educator

PhysioChains Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:06


It was an absolute honor to talk with Michael Long! Michael Long is a writer and educator. Actor and author Ben Stein calls him “a poet.” Mr. Long is the co-author of The Molecule of More, a Number Ten Bestseller at Amazon and a Number Two Bestseller as an audiobook at Audible. He is also a winner for two consecutive years of the Neil LaBute New Theater Festival. In addition, Mr. Long has collaborated on several non-fiction books and has been published three times in Vital Speeches of the Day, twice for speeches he delivered. As director of writing for the graduate program in public relations at Georgetown University, he created the original writing curriculum there and continues to teach courses in professional and creative writing, as well as speechwriting. He has also led reading programs for children of migrant farm workers, taught remedial mathematics to adults, designed writing curriculum for Columbia University, and delivered guest lectures on humor at American University and at the Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University. He has taught writing to audiences around the U.S. and in London, Lisbon, Panama, Paris, Saskatchewan, The Hague, and in a seminar and keynote at Oxford University. In addition, he is the resident writing coach for the Professional Speechwriters Association (PSA), which publishes “Prose for Pros,” his long-running weekly column on writing. Mr. Long's career as a writer began while he was a graduate student in physics at Vanderbilt University when he began performing comedy, becoming a house emcee for one of the oldest comedy clubs in America. His first job as a writer off-stage was sole speechwriter to one of America's highest-profile senators. * Mr. Long has written remarks for members of congress, U.S. cabinet secretaries, governors, diplomats, business leaders, CEOs, and presidential candidates. In addition, he has served as chief speechwriter for the largest trade association in the world, and contributes to numerous print publications and websites. His seminar clients include Bechtel, Booz Allen Hamilton, The Panama Canal Rev Aug 31 2022 1 Authority, the Premier's Office of the Government of Saskatchewan, Target Corporation, the United States Navy, the United States Secret Service, and the speechwriting team for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. A provocative speaker and writing educator, he has appeared as a guest on CNBC and Good Day New York with Greg Kelly. He is also an occasional commentator on CBC News: Morning with Heather Hiscox in Canada. Beyond his work in politics and policy, he has been consulted for material in The Onion and for Saturday Night Live. * In addition to writing on business and public policy, Mr. Long is an often- honored writer of stage plays and screenplays. He was a winner for two consecutive years in the Neil LaBute New Theatre Festival for his dramas Color Timer and The Gettier Problem. In addition, more than 20 of his one-acts have been festival selections around the nation, most often on New York City stages. He is a five-time winner of “best of festival” honors in the Players Theatre Short Play and Musical Festival in Greenwich Village: three times for the thrillers Hostages, Catchpole, and Details, and twice for the romantic comedies Brad Pitt and The Test. He was a finalist for the Grand Prize for Screenwriting at the Slamdance Film Festival for his screenplay How to Save Your Own Life; the script was also a Top 15 percent finisher for the Motion Picture Academy's Nicholl Fellowship. In addition, How to Save... was chosen as a finalist in competitions at the Vail Film Festival, the Creative World Awards, and the World Series of Screenwriting. A stage version of the show was produced in a two-week run at Manhattan Repertory Theater.

Fiction Lab
PREMIERE: Stelios Vassiloudis - Off Grid (Federsen Dub Mix) [spclnch]

Fiction Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 7:02


The transatlantic Athens-San Francisco-The Hague connection brings us today's premiere. Federsen's remix of 'Off Grid,' the track by Athens' stalwart Stelios Vassiloudis. The remix by a San Fran veteran is a deep, hazy journey with classic dub chords, full of little tweaks that keep things changing constantly. 'Off Grid (Federsen dub mix)' is an excellent track for warm-up sets and an ideal layering partner in trippy minimal sets. The remix is part of 'Deadpan' EP, set for release on September 22, via The Hague-based spclnch. This will be the label's jubilee 50th release. https://soundcloud.com/stelios-vassiloudis https://soundcloud.com/federsen https://soundcloud.com/spclnch www.itsdelayed.com www.instagram.com/_itsdelayed_ www.facebook.com/itsdelayed

Locked On Golden Knights - Daily Podcast On the Vegas Golden Knights
VGK injury updates and the latest on Nic Hague's status heading into preseason camp

Locked On Golden Knights - Daily Podcast On the Vegas Golden Knights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 37:08 Very Popular


Chris and Tony have updates on injury updates for VGK heading into camp including Mark Stone, Nolan Patrick and Laurent Brossoit. They also talk about a report that says Nic Hague and VGK are still far apart in contract negotiations, but Hague is skating with VGK players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

#THATSWHATUP Show! ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL w#Trista4SenateGov&Prez! #comedy #music #politics
FL GOVERNOR RON DEATH SENTENCE SENDS REFUGEES TO VP HARRIS'S HOUSE IN MARTHA'S VINEYARD!

#THATSWHATUP Show! ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL w#Trista4SenateGov&Prez! #comedy #music #politics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 59:59


What the f isn't our justice department arresting these stupid ass Republican governors for human trafficking, kidnapping by inveiglement & crimes against humanity? Too bad our government is so f* weak and corrupt! We're f* #####If I were #biden, I would call on the ICC in The Hague to indict Putin for war crimes and crimes against humanity and atrocities! Lock

#THATSWHATUP Show! ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL w#Trista4SenateGov&Prez! #comedy #music #politics

I love listening to Glen kirshner's pro-democracy podcast! He is a gifted Federal prosecutor, very experienced, and insightful, and I recommend everybody check it out! Follow him on social media! Share with your friends!### shout out to kamp student radio at University of arizona, kpyt, pascuayaqui tribal radio on the rez with Trista show!##### Trump should be charged with sedition, practically with every truth social tweet he makes! He just called for Civil War again! There is even the hashtag #civilwar2, because Trump has called for it several times now! He incited violence, terrorism basically against the @FBI this week! Even calling for an attack against #Biden! And our government did freaking nothing! This guy should be barred from the Internet forever! If he's barred from the Internet, maybe he will just fn go away and leave us all alone! I have had it personally with his terrorism against us all! I don't believe in capital punishment except in the most egregious cases! And this person, if you want to call him that, because he is a black hole of a person, well he deserves accountability for killing through malfeasance 1 million Americans! #TrumpVirus,Mfrs! He is 10th amounts to a mass murderer, they don't call him hashtag president Jim Jones for nothing!

Dekmantel Podcast Series
Dekmantel Podcast 403 - Dazion

Dekmantel Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 96:58


Whenever you listen to a Dazion (@thedazion) DJ set or new club track, you can hear how much fun he has with his music. The Hague man likes it rough and ready whether making bleep techno, acid breaks or new beat with whatever bit of forgotten hardware he can find. He's done so on labels including Second Circle, Safe Trip and Animals Dancing and always manages to capture the essence of what made the rave days so glorious while updating it with his own leftfield character. Next up for him is Grooveboxxx, a new album on Dekmantel that pays homage to The Hague's 80s and 90s club scene all made with just one bit of "entry-level gear," the Roland MC-303 Groovebox. Dazion opens this week's mix with a custom introduction inspired by the old Turn up the Bass TV spots and takes in some jams on that same MC-303 and a serval rips from early 90s rave CDs. It starts rather dreamy and serene before cracking up through the gears to get more weird. High energy rhythms, flailing percussive patterns and bulbous basslines all make for a helluva ride.

#THATSWHATUP Show! ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL w#Trista4SenateGov&Prez! #comedy #music #politics
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#THATSWHATUP Show! ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL w#Trista4SenateGov&Prez! #comedy #music #politics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 59:59


If I were #biden, I would call on the ICC in The Hague to indict Putin for war crimes and crimes against humanity and atrocities! Lock

CHINA RISING
Notes from Underground: secrets of New Zealand’s clandestine groups that are resisting government tyranny and learning to survive together. JB West and JB East present: See You In The Hague! #36

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 31:22


Donate   Video, Audio podcast (download at the bottom of this page),   YouTube is blocking us from uploading, so subscribe and watch us on Brighteon above,   To see all our shows: https://chinarising.puntopress.com/search/?q=JB   We've got your back, JB West and JB East   Remember, it all starts with the mother lode. Download here,...

Locked On Golden Knights - Daily Podcast On the Vegas Golden Knights
Impasse in Hague contract talks reported

Locked On Golden Knights - Daily Podcast On the Vegas Golden Knights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 36:13 Very Popular


On Friday afternoon TV-5's Vince Sapienza reported that heat there has been a lack of dialogue between VGK and RFA Nic Hague. He reported via Twitter that the two sides haven't spoken much since the beginning of July. Talks between the two sides has stalled, despite VGK General Manager Kelly McCrimmon stating recently that signing Hague before camp is a priority. Also on today's show: What will Bruce Cassidy's defensive identity look like. And, we discuss the recent NHL.com Fantasy Hockey projections for the Golden Knights. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Neural Implant podcast - the people behind Brain-Machine Interface revolutions
Vasiliki Giagka on Neural Interface Packaging and why it's the most important

Neural Implant podcast - the people behind Brain-Machine Interface revolutions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 44:16


Vailiki Giagka is an Assistant Professor at TU Delft and Research Group Leader at Fraunhofer IZM in Berlin where she conducts research on the design and fabrication of active neural interfaces. ***This podcast is sponsored by Ripple Neuro, check out their Neuroscience Research Tools here*** Top 3 Takeaways: "Water vapor is not dangerous for neural devices, it will not cause your metals to corrode, as long as it remains in the form of vapor. The moment it condenses into liquid water and you have ions in there, is when corrosion can start, and that is the beginning of the end" Conformal polymer coatings have been implanted in bodies for decades but we lack means to prove upfront the amount of time a certain coated device would last in the body "Our aim is not to create startup ourselves, but it is really to help this ecosystem by supporting companies working on this" 0:30 "How do you work in Berlin and the Hague in the Netherlands at the same time? 2:30 "Why especially neural device packaging?" 5:15 "What's the size of your guys' device or packing?" 7:15 "Do you want to, do you wanna describe the neural implant network mesh a little bit more and how does it work and why is it necessary?"  9:15 Sponsorship by Ripple Neuro 9:45 "So let's talk about maybe conformal coatings. What is it, how does it work? Why is it necessary?" 19:00 "So what are some rough numbers, is one method better than the other, and then how many years of simulated life can one survive versus the other?" 21:45 "So how do we test it? How do we do the accelerated testing to be able to simulate a human lifespan?" 25:00 "So now you also work on the wireless power delivery, wireless transmission. How is this, how does this work? Why is this important?" 31:00 "Neurons fire with electrical signals and you're using ultrasound. So how does that work? Why is it able to work?" 32:00 "How does the power usage compare with electrical or ultrasound cuffs?" 33:30 "Let's talk about your graphene work." 37:30 "These three areas that you're working on, these all seem like very good candidates for, a spinoff company or some kind of, patents. Have you thought about this?" 42:00 "If you had unlimited funding, what would you do?" 43:45 "Is there anything that we didn't talk about that you wanted to mention?"

CHINA RISING
More US-Western WMD bioweapon evidence piling up for global war crime trials – that all the world will see. JB West and JB East present: See You in The Hague! #35

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 36:20


Pictured above: Ukraine is just the worst corrupt hellhole for the US and its craven vassals to produce and use WMD bioweapons. Thanks to Russia's special military operation there, mountains of proof are being presenedt for the whole world to see. Expect global war crime trials as a result. Donate   Video, Audio podcast (download...

Legally Speaking Podcast - Powered by Kissoon Carr
Women in the Law UK - Dr. Sally Penni MBE - S6E1

Legally Speaking Podcast - Powered by Kissoon Carr

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 56:16


Welcome back to the Legally Speaking Podcast. Promising to be bigger and better than ever before, we're jumping straight in with an epic first episode!We've never been so excited to introduce a guest to you... and what a cracking way to jump into Season 6 than with none other than the one and only Dr. Sally Penni MBE ✨If you're in the law industry, and unless you've been living under a rock - there will be no introductions necessary for Sally but to cover the basics, Sally is a barrister at Kenworthy's Chambers, practising criminal, GDPR, data protection and employment law. Sally has been appointed to the list of counsel for the International Criminal Court in The Hague which has taken her career to new levels.In addition to this, Sally is the founder of Women in the Law UK – a non-organisation organisation, inspiring all women and men passionate about diversity in the law, as well as being a busy radio broadcaster!This episode comes particularly well-timed on our part this week as the coverage of the Members of the Criminal Bar Association strikes are happening from Monday 5th September - something in which Sally is taking part.

CHINA RISING
Michael Bautsch is fighting WEF tyranny for citizens’ medical freedom and safety, with updates from Europe and New Zealand. JB West and JB East present: See You in The Hague! #34

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 53:58


Pictured above: Michael Bautsch, an everyday person, a citizen who is sacrificing and giving much for the betterment of humanity. Donate Video, Audio podcast (download at the bottom of this page), YouTube has banned us, so please keep watching by subscribing on Brighteon above,   Intro It was wonderful having Michael Bautsch on the show...

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Prince Constantijn & Princess Laurentien - How Humanity Outshines Royalty in the Netherlands

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 73:26


Sometimes, while traveling around the Netherlands, you end up seated in front of a prince and princess of the Dutch Royal House. And sometimes, you realize, they couldn't be any more different than what you'd expect from a royal. In fact,  they are two of the kindest, humblest, and most authentic people I've met yet.Prince Constantijn & Princess Laurentien were kind enough to host me in The Hague at their Number Five foundation, where we recorded (and filmed) this episode. I felt a deep admiration for their efforts breaking through the restrictions of royal life to show a truly human face. When I published Scary Smart last October, I met with the Prince (thanks to the efforts of our tireless head of the One Billion Happy foundation, Sonja Dippel) to talk about AI. After our chat, he left, got into a very normal car, and drove himself to his next destination. I thought to myself, "This is a prince?". After later meeting Princess Laurentien, and learning of her own tireless efforts to make the world a better place by empowering women, expanding literacy, caring for the environment, among other pursuits, I became a fanboy of these two.Ego is the cause of human suffering. Being a royal was exactly the test the Buddha faced in combatting his own ego. Here, we have two more examples of people in power recognizing the true nature of royalty and flipping the script for good.When humanity shines more than royalty.Listen as we discuss:How I met the Prince and Princess.The genius of a wet grass carpet, and how they work for their son.Establishing boundaries when it comes to social media.Princess Laurentien's evolution to feeling like a kid again.The strange request of asking to be treated normally.How this prince and princess fell in love.Dealing with scandal in the Netherlands and the greater role of government.It is crucial to look for wisdom from people that aren't at the top.Defensiveness is one of the top red flags for development.The exponential value of admitting ignorance.What is listening?Enabling the development of tech for good.Princess Laurentien's top tip for happiness?  Alignment with your values and imagining.Prince Constantijn's top tip for happiness? Analyzing the self and finding patience.YouTube: @mogawdatofficial (full episodes on video here)Instagram: @mo_gawdatFacebook: @mo.gawdat.officialTwitter: @mgawdatLinkedIn: /in/mogawdatWebsite: mogawdat.comLearn more at numberfive.communityDon't forget to subscribe to Slo Mo for new episodes every Sunday. Only with your help can we reach One Billion Happy #onebillionhappy

Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning
Jason Walters: from Salafism to Sartre

Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 109:59


The recent killing by Ayman al-Zawahiri, erstwhile leader of al-Qaeda, brought many Americans back to awareness of an era that has been fading, the decade of the “War on Terror” that dominated geopolitics after the 9/11 terrorism attack. The World Trade Center bombings galvanized Americans, setting the stage for our disastrous invasion of Iraq and American meddling in Muslim nations worldwide. But while 9/11 drove a closing of ranks against radicalism across much of the West, a small minority drew different lessons. A radical faction of European and American Muslims, converts and those raised in the faith, instead made common cause with al-Qaeda, and its later offshoot, ISIS. Jason Walters is one of those young men who reacted to 9/11 very differently from the rest of us. Raised in the Dutch Bible Belt by a Netherlands-born mother and an African American father, Walters was raised nominally Christian but later converted to Islam. Sixteen years old when 9/11 occurred, Walter's faith moved in a radical direction, and in November of 2004 he was involved in a terror attack in The Hague. Imprisoned shortly after that, Walters emerged a free man in 2013, having shed his Muslim identity. In this episode, Walters joins Razib to discuss his cultural and racial background and how that might have fueled his radicalization. Though Walters avers that racial issues had little importance to him growing up, it is clear his mixed and cosmopolitan origins left him more attracted to an ideology that eventually alienated him from the rest of Dutch society. He talks about his discovery of Nietzsche, Plato and Heidegger in prison and how philosophy brought him out of Islam, giving him a new understanding of himself and his place in the universe. Razib and Walters also probe the importance of ‘system thinking' and ‘rationality' in the religious orientation of Salafist converts in the West.

Bird's Eye View
Episode 349: Beers in The Hague

Bird's Eye View

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 83:50


Jake and Scott are again parted by the cruelty of fate, and the Orioles continue to roll toward meaningful games in September. The post Episode 349: Beers in The Hague appeared first on Bird's Eye View.

Roy Green Show
Aug 28: Prof Thierry Bros, Upcoming Daily Blackouts in Europe

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 16:47


Trudeau and Scholz. They weren't going to talk Canadian LNG for Germany and appeared to talk about little else except signing non-binding agreement to export hydrogen power from Newfoundland beginning in 2025 (no infrastructure has even begun to be built. Scholz though finally said Germany wants Canadian LNG. --  Meanwhile in Europe the situation continues to deteriorate and the fear of a winter minus Russian LNG rises. The Hague has requested relief from sanctions against Russia. The city needs Russian natural gas. Others will follow says my guest. -- Experts in the area of energy security are bluntly saying the Germans and their over-enthusiasm for renewables are the architects of their own disaster. - A French member of parliament this week tweeted almost the identical accusation and told the Germans to fire up their nuclear plants and take care of their people. And there's a ship from Argentina on the way to Germany filled with LNG.   Guest: Professor Thierry Bros. Professor at Sciences Po, Paris. Leading expert on markets, geopolitics of oil and gas and energy security. In charge of security of supply at the French Energy Ministry Regular contributor to Natural Gas World website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CHINA RISING
BREAKING NEWS! International war crime trials in Donbass are here. The West is peeing in its britches. JB West and JB East present: See You In The Hague! #33

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 14:43


Pictured above: Evil people were hanged in Nuremberg. Today, many Westerners need to go to the gallows for war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity. It's gonna be fun to watch! Donate Referenced links, https://tass.com/politics/1497581 https://www.state.gov/the-kremlins-illegitimate-tribunals-in-mariupol/ https://t.me/EmbUSA/711 Video, Audio podcast (download at the bottom of this page),   YouTube blocked this video and shut me...

Bird's Eye View - Baltimore Orioles Unofficial Fan Podcast

Jake and Scott are again parted by the cruelty of fate, and the Orioles continue to roll toward meaningful games in September. The post Episode 349: Beers in The Hague appeared first on Bird's Eye View.

Essential Middle East
Rohingya refugees and their quest for justice

Essential Middle East

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 24:15


Human Rights Watch said Rohingya Muslims are still awaiting justice and protection of their rights five years after the Myanmar military began a sweeping campaign of massacres, rape, and arson in 2017. The anniversary comes after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled that The Gambia's legal case to hold Myanmar accountable over allegations of genocide against the Rohingya can go ahead at The Hague in the Netherlands.  Rohingya activists say this is the first step in the fight for justice and accountability, but it could take years. In this episode: Dr Ronan Lee (@Ronan_Lee), Doctoral Prize Fellow at Loughborough University London Episode credits: This episode was produced by Khaled Soltan. Our host is Sami Zeidan. George Alwer is the sound designer. Aya Elmileik is the lead engagement producer and Munera AlDosari is the assistant engagement producer. Omar al-Saleh is the executive producer. Connect with us at:@AJEPodcasts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook

Focus on Europe | Video Podcast | Deutsche Welle
Russia targets Ukrainian hospitals

Focus on Europe | Video Podcast | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 5:01


Ukraine is accusing Russia of targeting health facilities and hospitals. Under the Geneva Conventions, that's a war crime. Ukrainians have meticulously documented 180 such attacks and are seeking to indict Russia.

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
Would the US really invade the Hague?

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 66:50 Very Popular


Since 2002, the International Criminal Court has served as a "court of last resort" with a jurisdiction that spans the globe from its headquarters in The Hague. It investigates crimes like genocide, crimes against humanity and more. It has a near-global reach -- with some notable exceptions. Back when the court formed, several countries refused to sign on, and the US went even further, passing a law that said "look, if you try to touch any US national, we are invading your court." Today's question: Would they really do it?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Newshour
Guterres meets Zelensky in Lviv

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 47:51


As the UN Secretary General António Guterres meets President Volodymyr Zelensky in Ukraine, Russia accuses the West of provocation. Meanwhile, the government in Kyiv says international intervention is needed now - to stop disaster at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant. Also in the programme: how a man accused of inciting the genocide in Rwanda ended up in court in The Hague; and why the Japanese government wants more young people to drink alcohol. (Image: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres speaks to the media during a visit to the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine August 18, 2022 / Credit: Reuters / Gleb Garanich)

To the Extent That...
The Business Lawyer and the Rule of Law – Live at the Hague (Part 1)

To the Extent That...

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 17:44


This two-part podcast provides insights into the work of business lawyers and the rule of law, through the lens of the World Justice Forum 2022, which took place in The Hague, Netherlands on May 30, 2022 to June 2, 2022. Listen to this podcast to hear Judge Elizabeth Stong and John Stout, Business Law Section members, comment “live from The Hague” about the Forum's strategy of convening community leaders from around the globe to share insights, explore problems, and develop solutions for advancing justice, opportunity, and peace – all through the rule of law. Listen also to hear Judge Stong and John Stout discuss the critical role of the business lawyer in responding to threats to the rule of law and how business lawyers can preserve justice in the face of these challenges.

To the Extent That...
The Business Lawyer and the Rule of Law – Live at the Hague (Part 2)

To the Extent That...

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 24:50


This two-part podcast provides insights into the work of business lawyers and the rule of law, through the lens of the World Justice Forum 2022, which took place in The Hague, Netherlands on May 30, 2022 to June 2, 2022. Listen to this podcast to hear Judge Elizabeth Stong and John Stout, Business Law Section members, comment “live from The Hague” about the Forum's strategy of convening community leaders from around the globe to share insights, explore problems, and develop solutions for advancing justice, opportunity, and peace – all through the rule of law. Listen also to hear Judge Stong and John Stout discuss the critical role of the business lawyer in responding to threats to the rule of law and how business lawyers can preserve justice in the face of these challenges.

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone
Modern US Warmongering Is Scaring Henry Kissinger

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 6:28


In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, immortal Hague fugitive Henry Kissinger says the US is acting in a crazy and irrational way that has brought it to the edge of war with Russia and China. Reading by Tim Foley.

Raging Romantics
Minisode 22: Talking Scottish Romance with Dr. Euan Hague

Raging Romantics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 28:18


Please help us welcome Dr. Euan Hague of De Paul University in Chicago onto Raging Romantics! Dr. Hague is an urban and cultural geographer whose work explores the politics of place. In this episode he sits down with Jackie to talk about the perception of the Scots in modern romance novels.Raging Romantics Book ListQuestions/Comments/concerns? Email us at Ragingromantics@nopl.org! Thank you again to Dr. Hague for taking the time to sit down and chat with us!Dr. Hague's article with Word WenchesBooks we mention:Outlander (Cross Stitch) by Diana GabaldonOnly For a Knight by Sue-Ellen WelfonderLaird of the Wind Susan Fraser KingStarlight by Carrie LoftyThe Flame and the Flower by Kathleen Woodiwiss**Note, Jackie said the wrong date for The Flame and the Flower - it was published in 1972, not 1982!**

Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 339: Sean’s Manitou Lake trip; Why put your name on your paddle craft; Paddle The Hague / Paddle the Nile

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 56:54


Episode 339 ~ August 11, 2022 Podcast Info / Topics Sean took a canoe trip into Manitou Lake in Algonquin Park There are many reasons why you put your identification on your paddle craft, and not just safety reasons You can paddle the canals of The Hague this summer / fall A couple of paddlers […]

Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 339: Sean’s Manitou Lake trip; Why put your name on your paddle craft; Paddle The Hague / Paddle the Nile

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 56:54


Episode 339 ~ August 11, 2022 Podcast Info / Topics Sean took a canoe trip into Manitou Lake in Algonquin Park There are many reasons why you put your identification on your paddle craft, and not just safety reasons You can paddle the canals of The Hague this summer / fall A couple of paddlers […]

The Word Café Podcast with Amax
S1 Ep. 87 The Mind of Innovation

The Word Café Podcast with Amax

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:21


The mind is such a beautiful thing that God has given us to solve life's challenges. I describe it as an immortal machine that has endless scenarios of application when its potential is harnessed adequately by activating its unimaginable possibilities. As powerful as the mind is, it can only respond to those stimuli that excite it to create. Creativity excites the mind, and those who have come to know this secret always dwell within the domain of the mind and engage it to develop innovative ideas and answers and solutions to life's questions and problems. Such individuals don't run away from the troubles; instead, they run towards them as if to say, I have found an opportunity for the mind to work, to be stretched, and come up with ways and perspective which seemingly was not seen even though it existed.On this episode of the Word café, I am privileged to have someone I consider to have a mind of innovation. His name is Dr. Noel Akpata. Dr. Noel Akpata is a seasoned innovation strategy consultant, social innovator, impact investor, and Global Business speaker. After undergoing a massive career transition from Medicine and Surgery driven by purpose, passion, and a need for excellent performance, Dr. Noel Akpata, over the years, has developed a massive interest and harnessed necessary skills in the areas of strategy and execution, social innovation, human resource development, project management, social business sector development and national development making him highly sought after.  He is a renowned knowledge expert/speaker at several global meetings, most especially the prestigious Horasis "World Economic Forum For Emerging Markets" events which brings together Chairmen/CEOs of some of the world's leading firms alongside global political leaders, an event described as the new 'DAVOS'. He currently serves as the Africa director for the Horasis World Economic Forum for the Emerging Markets and has created veritable platforms for economic and political integration.  He chaired the Nigeria-China-Netherlands Forum at Horasis, which held its first session at the Global China Business Meeting, Hague, Netherlands, in November 2013. In 2015 he founded Nigeria's Electricity market Summit Group and became one of the select Africans to be invited to the Prestigious Ambrosetti Forum, which is named the number one Italian Private Think Tank and the fourth in Europe in the University of Pennsylvania's Global Go To Think Tank Index report. He founded and built a strategy for the National ICT Youth Empowerment Scheme in partnership with an arm of the Government-The National Information Technology Development Agency, which is currently being executed nationwide in the nation of Nigeria. He is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants/International Council of Consulting Institutes and a Certified Management Consultant of the International Council of Consulting Institutes. Support the show

Watch Us Thrive Podcast
Episode 32 | How to Ditch Your Dating Drama, featuring Jordana Hague | Dating & Mindset Coach

Watch Us Thrive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 50:58


Episode 32 is all about how to ditch your dating drama, featuring dating & mindset coach Jordana Hague. Tune in now! Jordana Hague is a dating & mindset coach based in Winnipeg, Manitoba and the creator & host of the “Ditch Your Dating Drama” podcast. She coaches women on how to ease the mind drama that so often comes with dating so they can show up authentically and LOVE the process of falling in love. She does this using mindset and emotional wellness tools to help undo our patriarchal socialization. Jordana says she's here to help free us from the dating drama socialized upon us, because so much of the emotional burden and “drama” that can come with dating isn't ours…it's socialization, and we can undo that. You can follow Jordana on Instagram and book your free 1:1 consultation call with her here. Episode 32 Highlights: How she got started in the coaching world The keys to a long-lasting relationship Limiting beliefs to work through in the dating world Do long distance relationships really work? Can we really find out forever partner on a dating app!? How can we ditch our dating drama What to do when you've been ghosted Dating and relationship red flags to look out for And much more! I absolutely loved everything about this episode with Jordana. As someone who has been single for almost a year and half and have my own issues when it comes to relationships and dating, I really loved the insight Jordana brought to this episode. We don't need to put so much pressure on ourselves to find "the one" right away...Dating should be enjoyable and fun! If you're looking to ditch your own drama around dating, this is the episode for you! A huge thank you to Jordana for coming on the show and sharing her expertise! Let me know what your biggest takeaway was in this week's episode. Share this podcast with everyone you know. Tell a friend to tell a friend to TELL A FRIEND about the Watch Us Thrive podcast! New episodes are released every Tuesday at 5AM EST. Be sure to follow me on Instagram, TikTok & Twitter to stay up-to-date. Sending you love, light, healing and many, many thanks✨ XO, Lianne This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp®. Get professional support when you need it, at a fraction of the cost of in-person therapy. Sign up today and receive 10% off your first month! Get started today! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/watchusthrivepodcast/support

This is Oklahoma
This is Chairman John A. ”Rocky” Barrett - Citizen Potawatomi Nation

This is Oklahoma

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 61:30


On this episode I sat with Chairman Barrett of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. John A. Barrett, Jr. is a native of Shawnee, Oklahoma, and a graduate of Shawnee High School. His Potawatomi name is Keweoge, meaning, “He Leads Them Home.” Chairman Barrett has served as an elected official for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation since 1973 when he was first elected as Vice-Chairman. Tribal Chairman since 1985, Barrett is the eighth generation of his family to serve in elected office for CPN. Under his leadership, the Nation has gone from having assets totaling just $550 and less than three acres of land to an entity having an annual economic impact exceeding $550 million. During Chairman Barrett's administration, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation has experienced more than 15 percent average annual growth for more than 20 consecutive years. With more than 2,300 employees, Citizen Potawatomi Nation is the largest employer in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma. He serves as the Chief Executive of the Tribe, presiding over the 16-member Tribal Legislature that enacts the laws and ordinances under which it is governed. His elected position as Tribal Chairman also requires him to direct the Tribe's administrative functions and commercial activities. He was instrumental in the creation and adoption of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation's current constitution and statutes, which have led to the Nation's extended period of stability and progress. He has guest lectured at Harvard University for the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development and at the Banff Center in Banff, Alberta, Canada, to the assembled Canadian First Nations on the same topics. He serves on the International Advisory Council of the Native Nations Institute founded by the Morris Udall Foundation at the University of Arizona and the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. He served as a delegate of the United States Federally Recognized Tribes to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples at The Hague, which provided the International Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People approved by the United Nations Committee on Human Rights and the United Nations General Assembly. https://www.potawatomi.org Firelake Balloon Festival https://www.firelakeballoonfest.com This episode is presented by the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. Telling Oklahoma's story through its people since 1927. For more information on the Oklahoma Hall of Fame go to www.oklahomahof.com and for daily updates go to www.instagram.com/oklahomahof #thisisoklahoma 

Power Your Parenting: Moms With Teens
#177 How to Hold the Calm with Teens

Power Your Parenting: Moms With Teens

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 51:18


Do you think you can stay calm and parent a teen? Well Hesha Abrams believes you can. In fact, she believes you can "Hold the Calm". Hesha Abrams is on a mission to help people from all walks of life to find a solution when it seems impossible. A recipient of the Brutsche Award for Excellence in Mediation and 2021 Women Leaders in The Law, Hesha is an internationally recognized attorney, mediator and negotiator for crafting highly creative settlements and resolutions in very difficult matters. She has successfully mediated thousands of parties and was an innovator in the mediation field serving on the legislative task force that drafted landmark ADR laws and taught mediation and negotiation at the 2001 International Symposium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in The Hague. Hesha recently published, Holding the Calm the Secret to Resolving Conflict and Defusing Tension. And we are going to discuss the secret in this episode. So if you would like to resolve conflict and defuse tension in your family then listen to this episode. Contact Hesha at https://www.holdingthecalm.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bannon's War Room
WarRoom Battleground EP 95: Live From The Hague: The Fight OF The Dutch Farmers Against DAVOS Is A Global Fight

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 52:45 Very Popular


We discuss what is happening on the ground in battleground states ahead of the 2022 elections.  Our guests are: Ben Harnwell, Frank Gaffney, Jeff Brain, Micahel Yon Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 7/15/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Gettr: @WarRoom On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews