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For years, the propagandists with the greatest visibility in the United States were on television; the ones who contributed most to the “manufacture of consent.” Think Fox News. And we've covered many of the dark, hidden figures looming in the background churning out the ideas that make it into the mainstream and out of Tucker Carlson's mouth. Uncle Milton, James Buchanan, Lewis Powell, The Koch Brothers, Robert Mercer, Peter Thiel and the myriad think tanks like Mercatus, Cato and Heritage. Today we cover another contributor to the perverted right wing ecosystem: Prager University and its folksy, baritone, asshole patriarch, Dennis Prager. Chapters Intro: 00:00:51 Chapter One: The sort of Jews but not actual Jews behind the hateful, spiteful, very awful no good university that isn't a real university: 00:05:20 Chapter Two: Dennis the menace to society: 00:15:14 Coffee Break: 00:25:14 Chapter Three: So much fucking money: 00:26:16 Chapter Four: Bring it home, Max: 00:36:45 Post Show Musings: 00:41:50 Outro: 00:56:24 Resources PodVoices.Help Bloomberg: Billionaire Fracking Brothers Hammered by Permian Holdings Mint: Texas fracking billionaires drew Covid-19 aid while investing in rivals Financial Post: Wilks brothers-backed ProFrac valued at over $2 bln in Nasdaq debut Sludge: Who Funds PragerU's Anti-Muslim Content? Buzzfeed: How PragerU Is Winning The Right-Wing Culture War Without Donald Trump Bridge Initiative Team: Factsheet: PragerU PragerU: Form 990 | Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax 2021 Francesca Tripodi: Searching for Alternative Facts: Analyzing Scriptural Inference in Conservative News Practices Southern Poverty Law Center: Hungary Paid Dennis Prager $30,000 for an Hour of Appearances at Far-Right ‘Education' Conference The New York Times: Right-Wing Views for Generation Z, Five Minutes at a Time The Guardian: Guess what the three Democrats blocking lower medication prices have in common? Congress.gov: H.R.3 — 117th Congress (2021-2022) Congress.gov: Representative Frank Pallone, Jr. -- If you like #UNFTR, please leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts: unftr.com/rate and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @UNFTRpod. Visit us online at unftr.com. Buy yourself some Unf*cking Coffee at shop.unftr.com. Subscribe to Unf*cking The Republic on Substack at unftr.substack.com to get the essays these episode are framed around sent to your inbox every week. Check out the UNFTR Pod Love playlist on Spotify: spoti.fi/3yzIlUP. Visit our bookshop.org page at bookshop.org/shop/UNFTRpod to find the full UNFTR book list, and find book recommendations from our Unf*ckers at bookshop.org/lists/unf-cker-book-recommendations. Access the UNFTR Musicless feed by following the instructions at unftr.com/accessibility. Unf*cking the Republic is produced by 99 and engineered by Manny Faces Media (mannyfacesmedia.com). Original music is by Tom McGovern (tommcgovern.com). The show is written and hosted by cartoon nazis and distributed by billionaires. Podcast art description: Image of the US Constitution ripped in the middle revealing white text on a blue background that says, ‘Unf*cking the Republic.' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. Advocating for Abortion Rights After the Overturn of Roe v. Wade (First) | Learning Your Heritage Language (Starts at 27:25) | Summer Travel Plans (Starts at 47:10) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.
As Arkansans gear up for the Fourth of July weekend, Rex Nelson sits down with Parks, Heritage and Tourism Secretary Stacy Hurst to talk about the many ways to enjoy the state’s natural and cultural amenities on the latest episode of the Southern Fried podcast. More podcasts from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/podcasts/
Our Hymns, Our Heritage encourages a love and appreciation for the church's hymns—a significant way to pass the Christian faith from generation to generation. The book features music and lyrics for 121 hymns that are divided into sections based on the church year, God's nature and attributes, and our responses to Him. On Friday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, David and Barbara Leeman join us to talk about this book of hymns, A Student Guide to Songs of the Church written to acquaint students of all ages with a generous collection of our greatest hymns, both ancient and modern. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lawmakers are considering adding women to the draft. This week, James Carfano, Vice President of Heritage's Davis Institute for International Studies and 25 year Army veteran explains why that's a bad idea and if we should even still have a draft. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mark Morgan, former acting CBP commissioner and Heritage visiting fellow and Tom Homan, former acting ICE director and Heritage visiting fellow, discuss the tragic events at our border this week, and the blood on the hands of Harris, Biden, and Mayorkas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this short we talk about KD requesting a trade from the Nets and sports card show etiquette tips/pet peeves! Come and wrap with us in our socials and our YouTube channel!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rare_elements1/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RareElements1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RareElements1Email: email@example.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCauxyzSvqah2WKouiOQPEkA
Everyone is talking about sky-high gas prices. $5/gallon is hitting all of us where it hurts. On this episode, Heritage Foundation Executive Vice President, Derrick Morgan helps us understand why the left’s proposed solutions to lowering sky-high gas prices are just gimmicks and do nothing to fix the actual problem. Instead, the Biden Administration should pursue […]
Rebelling against one's elders is almost a modern rite of passage. But it's usually temporary and partial. Today's youth culture, however, seems to profoundly distrust the generations that came before it. In the school, the workplace, the home, and even the church, much of the youngest generation, even when they pass in adulthood, continue to […]
Last week I was in the US, and I was honoured to be invited by the Newport Preservation Society to speak at a number of events in order to help them raise money to sustain some great houses they look after. Many of the houses were lost post WW2, but a number of determined women have helped save what is now left.From lunches to meetings, press conferences, filming, talks and presentations, it was a busy and fascinating schedule. I met some wonderful people and was made to feel extremely welcome for which I am grateful. One of those people was the chairman of the society Bill Lucey, who is my guest on this month's podcast.
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by the owner of Guyette & Deeter Inc., Jon Deeter. Guyette & Deeter has held over 125 live auctions, realizing over $200 million in sales of decoys, paintings, and related sporting items. Their firm has handled the most important decoys and collections in North America. The guys discuss how Jon's love for collecting decoys turned into a business. Then, they look at some of the more expensive items to be auctioned by Guyette & Deeter, including a duck call that sold for over $100,000, and Jon shares several stories about the rich waterfowling history of North America.
Many Philippine heritage sites are in danger of being taken over by big businesses in the name of "progress". Take a walking tour of the Chinoy neighborhood of San Nicolas, and listen in on the its rich history that locals are trying to protect. from the "What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted" podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In advance of the Connect Camp in Montgomery July 18-22, 2022, presented by Heritage Baptist Church in association with Baptist Health, Jennifer Blair Foster, Minister of Family Discipleship and Administration at Heritage, where the camp will occur, and Tommy McKinnon, Vice President of Community Engagement for Baptist Health discussed the concept of the camp, the partnership, and the registration procedure. You can learn more through the Faith Radio Community Calendar or by going to connectcamps.com/montgomery.
Today's episode is all about Hmong food. Our co-host, Chef Yia Vang, is an expert in this area. However, we brought on another professional, and her name is Mee Vang. She runs the "Mee Living" YouTube channel, where she prepares traditional Hmong dishes and educates her audience on their significance.Mee represents the traditional perspective of Hmong food and Chef Yia Vang represents the contemporary perspective. We're covering all the bases with this one so you know it's going to be a good one! Let's learn about Hmong food!By the way, make sure you check out Mee's YouTube channel!Mee LivingTo keep up-to-date on the podcast, follow us on social media!Hmonglish InstagramHmonglish FacebookAnd be sure to follow our amazing co-hosts!Yia VangGia Vang—Produced by Gleam Tower MediaAll music courtesy of Artlist
In this episode we talk about, the Lebron triple logo man auction, Tyler Hitt's alleged homophobia and racism, The Denver Card Show, a few wax releases and a whole lot more! Come and wrap with us in our socials and check out the YouTube channel!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rare_elements1/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RareElements1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RareElements1Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCauxyzSvqah2WKouiOQPEkA
On today's Breitbart News Daily we begin with a massive Supreme Court victory on the subject of religious liberty and we report some shockingly awful news at our border where dozens of illegal aliens have died in an abandoned trailer. Then, a quick update on the left's pathetic efforts to save face in the wake of the overturning of Roe vs. Wade. They continue to have a difficult time providing cogent and unifying arguments that will persuade people to their side, we believe. This leads us into our woke update for today that features a man who isn't merely beating women in a female skateboarding competition, he's beating female children, aka girls. A quick economic update includes data on how more Americans are feeling incredibly insecure about key elements of their personal finances. And finally, NBC is putting together a star-studded night to raise money for Ukraine. We have two guests today. First is former NFL Player Jack Brewer who is an advocate for faith and family values and has made a major effort to help fatherless youths. Then we speak to Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts who does seem to be moving the legendary D.C. think tank in an "America First" direction.
Maria Carreira, co-founder of the National Heritage Language Resource Center at UCLA and professor emerita of Spanish at California State University, Long Beach, offers tips to listeners who want to learn the language or languages they grew up hearing at home. → How to learn a heritage language | NPR's Life Kit
Episide 30. Retrofit expert Bob Prewett describes how a client's brief for an ‘extreme retrofit' in 2008 gave him ‘something bigger than architecture to think about'. Divided between London and Wells, the ten-strong Prewett Bizley Architects has a portfolio of completed retrofit projects that achieve upwards of 70% energy savings and regularly monitors its buildings to understand how they operate over time. Although a founder member of the Passivhaus Trust, Bob observes that ‘we rarely push all the way to Passivhaus which is a bit strong for many heritage buildings'. Self-taught when retrofit resources, training and exemplar projects were scant, Bob explains the many ways architects can upskill today.
In this episode of HoH, Heather chats with Caroline Pantling. Caroline in the Head of Heritage for the Scouts in the UK. Find out what led her down that path and learn a bit about the Scouts as well! Credits: Host: Heather R. Darsie Guest: Caroline Pantling Edited by: Rebecca Larson Voice Over: David Black Music: Ketsa, Alexander Nakarada, and Winnie the Moog via FilmMusic.io, used by EXTENDED license. To find out more about the Scouts Heritage Collection visit https://heritage.scouts.org.uk/ To plan a visit to Gilwell Park and find out more about the heritage offer visit https://www.scoutadventures.org.uk/gilwell-park-heritage --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rebecca-larson/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rebecca-larson/support
As Roe is aborted and the fight returns to the States, we hear this broadcast classic from Bob Enyart reminding us that we cannot regulate our way to victory. Dominic Enyart also encourages you to join us tomorrow as we discuss the fall of Roe. The good, then sadly, the bad and the ugly. Then check out the original show summary below: * Chris Slattery of EMCFrontline.org: talks to Bob Enyart about the real factors that reduce abortion, including increasingly effective direct Christian intervention. They also consider the $250 million dollars spent on the partial-birth abortion ban and Enyart quotes Dr. James Dobson who admitted that: "Ending partial-birth abortion... does not save a single human life." * Surgical Abortions Down: Pro-Life Regulations Wrongly Cited Source: American Right to Lifeoffice@AmericanRTL.org 1-888-888-ARTL See the most up-to-date version of this at: americanrtl.org/heritage-foundation-analysis-flawed National Right To Life, leading the abortion-regulation movement, promotes the erroneous findings of Michael J. New, Ph.D., who writes reports published by the Heritage Foundation that claim a positive pro-life result from laws that regulate the killing of unborn children. Abortion regulations may even increase the total number of children killed by surgical abortion. And factors accounting for significant reductions in abortions included increased effectiveness of front-line intervention; the explosion of lesbian experimentation; and still other factors causing a drop in overall pregnancy rates. Disputing Pro-Life Claims for Regulations: Hundreds of pro-life laws, which are child-killing regulations, undermine personhood and the God-given right to life. As such, American RTL rejects them as immoral, and as counterproductive to the goal of eventual legal protection for the unborn. Further as attested by Professor Charles Rice of the Notre Dame Law School, stalwart legal authority of the pro-life movement, these laws can keep abortion legal for years or decades after Roe v. Wade is eventually merely overturned (see the Focus on the Strategy II DVD). The pro-life movement has a vested interest in claiming these regulations save lives, thus we cannot document any attempts by National RTL to quantify the potential short and long-term negative consequences of these laws. Child-killing regulations prune the abortion weed, and strengthen its root. They make abortion look more reasonable and even humane to millions of women, and voters, and to countless politicians and judges, and even to those many Christians who are apathetic about abortion. Granted, it would be difficult to quantify the number of children who will be killed after Roe v. Wade is merely overturned, as pro-life laws become the nails that hold open the abortion clinic doors. Dr. Rice has stated: "If the court says the states can regulate abortion, then to protect the right to life, you'd have to get rid of the 'pro-life' abortion laws." For example: Indiana Code Title 16, Section 34, Chapter 2. Requirements for Performance of Abortion... 1. (a) Abortion shall in all instances be a criminal act, except... if ...the woman submitting to the abortion has filed her consent..." Dr. Michael New's research ignores enormous potential negative effects of abortion regulations as shown above and is therefore fundamentally flawed and gives the pro-life industry a false sense of confidence. This undue confidence could further a pro-life strategy which may result in millions of children killed over years or decades by the permissive authority of the pro-life movement's own regulations. Now consider the current effect of child-killing regulations, some of which have been considered by Dr. New, but most of which have not. Dr. New recognizes the difficulty in quantifying what is really happening regarding the influence of child-killing regulations because of complex over-lapping influences, and also, because of inadequacies in the abortion statistics themselves. These numbers originate with the abortionists themselves, and abortionists are liars; and pro-abortion forces often seek to under-report, as in during the 1990s to make the Clinton administration appear better than Republicans at reducing abortion. Further, abortionists will under-report, or even completely refuse to report even when mandated by law, as in Planned Parenthood's systematic refusal to comply with mandatory reporting laws regarding suspicion of child molestation. Thus in states where political attention and pressure is brought upon the abortion industry for, say, abortions on girls under age 16, abortion chains can simply underreport to make the concern appear overblown and to deflect attention. Some factors affect the number of annual abortions, and others that lower the ratio of abortions as a percent of pregnancies. Back in 1989, during a Saturday protest at Denver's Planned Parenthood clinic, we prayed and asked God to help us make the commitment to have Christian sidewalk counselors at the mill five days a week, during killing hours, to offer help and hope and the Gospel, to the women scheduled to kill their children. Since then, there has been a five-day presence at that killing center, and for about ten years that we have been counting, over 100 children are confirmed as saved from death by these efforts, and there are probably far more than a hundred more not confirmed, but saved annually. Being at the clinic gives these activists a better understanding of the dynamics of the abortion reality. When the Heritage Foundation reports that child-killing regulations significantly reduce the incidence of abortion, the pro-life industry accepts that without question, because they want to believe it, and also, there has been a large reduction in the raw numbers of children being killed annually. Here are the major factors: Homosexuality: Compared to fifteen years ago, pregnancy itself is way down, and one reason is that out of all annual sexual encounters, today many millions more than in the past are lesbian encounters, all of which is immoral, but which has also reduced pregnancies, which in turn reduces abortion numbers. Stigma: The stigma for unwed pregnancy has greatly faded, which can reduce the abortion ratio, that is, women who get pregnant who may have aborted fifteen years ago to avoid the social stigma, have far less stigma to be concerned about, and this stigma dropped sooner in more liberal states, and more recently in Bible-belt states, and that effect is one of many ignored by the latest Heritage Foundation report. Economic Growth: Dr. New does consider the effect of economic growth at some level, and this can reduce the perceived need to abort, and thus can lowers the abortion ratio. CPCS, Ultrasound, Sidewalk Counseling: Crisis pregnancy centers have become extremely more effective over the past fifteen years, as has ultrasound technology (3D & 4D), as has sidewalk counseling (often working as a referral service to thousands of CPCs), all of which has reduced the abortion ratio, and which is ignored by the Heritage report even though the influence of these significant factors can vary state-by-state in ways that could undermine Dr. News efforts at covariant analysis. Pregnancies Down: The pregnancy rate has been plummeting among some age groups, and especially among teens. According to the Centers for Disease Control, there has been an explosion of birth control use, and especially so among young women. Today, moms give their own daughters the pill, and condom use has skyrocketed among teens since the late 1980s, and so among teenagers for example, the subject of Dr. New's February 2007 report, the pregnancy rate has plummeted over 30%, and that greatly reduces the number of abortions. So, when the pro-life industry sees abortion numbers plummet, and the Heritage Foundation tells them what they want to hear, "it's because of your abortion regulations," no one seriously challenges the results (except for the American Right To Life coalition from their Open Letter to Dr. James Dobson.) Chemical Abortions: Pro-life studies that claim success with child-killing regulations often ignore chemical abortions, like RU-486 which has grown in use through the 1990s and especially over the last few years. Abortion Lowers Abortion: Abortion itself makes women infertile, and so as the fertility of young women drops, the number of abortions drop, not because of our regulations, but because women who waited 24 hours, or who signed informed consent forms, now are injured and perhaps can never again conceive a child. Many pro-life street activists know the fallacies of unchallenged studies that tell the pro-life industry what it wants to hear: that regulating child killing is effective. Partial-birth Abortion: PBA bans have no authority to prevent even a single abortion, and while Dr. New indicates that the raw data is insufficient to give much confidence, he still optimistically reports that PBA bans have saved children from being killed, and completely ignores the potential negative consequences of the bans themselves (that is, how more children may die as a result of PBA). Relying on Abortionists: Abortionists lie. And they are the primary source for the data. The Heritage Foundation reports employ abortion statistics which are themselves notoriously unreliable, with states reporting numbers of abortions than can double or halve themselves in a year's time. Vermont enacted no child-killing regulations and yet reports a 44% drop through the 1990s. If National Right To Life had passed child-killing regulations in Vermont, the pro-life industry, enabled by the Heritage Foundation, would hype their fundraising, claiming great credit for that drop, when in reality other factors produce whatever reduction actually occurred (the numbers themselves being unreliable). Relying on Clinton: Democrats in places of influence, health department regulators, abortion clinic administrators, etc., preferred lower numbers of reported abortions during the Clinton years (roughly during the time of Dr. New's study) to deny claims that Republicans reduce abortion more than Democrats. The Heritage Foundation, normally astute politically, somehow completely missed this major political factor that lowered abortion reporting. The Colorado Department of Health reported abortion statistics for 2000 (see their Induced Terminations of Pregnancy, apparently not online, but the CRTL office has a photocopy of some pages). In their report, the Colorado Dept. of Health indicated that the Clinton administration cut off funding used for collecting abortion statistics: "funding for states to sustain reporting systems was eliminated in 1995, and Colorado has had very limited resources available to maintain or improve the reporting system for induced terminations of pregnancy." Thus: "these numbers significantly underestimate" actual abortions, and use these statistics with quote: "great caution." Look to Colorado: Colorado enacted no child-killing regulations during the years of the Heritage Foundation report, yet saw one of the largest drops in reported abortions according to the State Health Department, from 12,679 in 1990 to 4,215 in 2000 (adding, "reporting... not... consistent over time"). This two-thirds drop in abortions reported by the state (none of which, remember, is reliable), is greater than the average drop nationwide in abortion among teenagers of 50% that Dr. New concludes occurred in significant part due to child-killing regulations. Yet in Colorado we had no such regulations during the years of his study! So how about Colorado's drop? If we had enacted informed consent, waiting periods, and parental involvement in killing their grandchildren, what? Would our abortion rate have dropped to about zero? The way that the pro-life industry is going, they may end up passing a law prohibiting abortion reporting, and then when zero abortions are finally reported, the Heritage Foundation can declare victory in the war against the unborn! Deflecting Attention: When state legislators pass laws prying into the incidence of teen abortions, the abortion chains in those states can simply underreport to deflect attention. Planned Parenthood does not obey mandatory reporting laws for child molestation; and it easily misreports abortion numbers because this service is mostly a cash business; and many young women don't want their parents to find out what they have done; and many adult customers don't want a paper trail of their shame; and according to their own websites, Planned Parenthood abortion mills don't even accept checks for this service. And since an abortionist commits murder, it's not surprising that whenever convenient, he also lies. Sidewalk counselors may not have degrees in statistics, but killing kids is more about right and wrong than numbers. And while statistics can easily mislead, right and wrong are simple enough for a child to understand. When you compromise on Do not murder, the results easily backfire, and abortion can become more entrenched. But don't expect the pro-life industry to seriously examine its claims of success, nor any harmful consequences of its strategy, like promoting moral relativism and legal positivism, and like further eroding the child's personhood in the mind of the public and among governing officials. All Christians, and all pro-life ministries, should read and sign Colorado Right To Life's 40 Years / 50 Million Dead / One Commitment pledge to never compromise on God's enduring command, Do not murder! To view the Focus on the Strategy II DVD, please call American Right To Life, 1-888-888-ARTL. * Cindy McCain with Katie Couric: Which of Cindy McCain's lies about abortion do you believe? See her answer Couric's questions on the CBS Evening News, and realize that the McCains blatantly lie to Christians, and many pro-life leaders have a co-dependent relationship with fundamentally pro-choice politicians, being willfully deceived by a pro-abortion wolf in sheep's clothing. Today's Resource: You can get the Focus on the Strategy I & II two DVD combo (for yourself or give it as a gift!) containing the blockbuster analysis of pro-life and political strategy. Focus on the Strategy, advertised by other ministries as the DVD of the Century, is the blockbuster analysis of Christian political strategy, filmed before a live audience of 300 Christian activists in which Bob Enyart reveals the presentation he gave at Focus on the Family to Tom Minnery, VP of Public Policy for Dr. James Dobson. And the sequel, film festival finalist Focus on the Strategy II, with its dozens of video and audio clips which has extraordinary endorsements from many Christian leaders as the must see video for everyone who wants to end 'legalized' abortion! * BEL Telethon: Thank you to those who have already given to the annual BEL September telethon! So far we've reached $3,032 of $35,000 goal! It's time to resupply Gideon's army! Please call to keep Bob on the air, at 800-8Enyart or subscribe or give online! Thank you!
Violence begets violence. And so, the intimate violence of abortion, which severs the most natural bond in the world between a mother and a child, would of course create a more brutal society where innocent human life is dismissed as a choice. At this moment in American history where Roe v. Wade may be coming to an […]
In the fourth hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts, Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center Executive Director Susan Campbell and student athlete Madisan DeBos. They also discussed Nancy Pelosi elbowing the daughter of new GOP Congresswoman Mayra Flores plus Biden getting left out of a G7 bro hug and Johnny Depp returning to Pirates of the Caribbean. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Join Kenny Troiano and Frank Bradley, as they discuss Purity of Blood, and the Failures of the Modern-Day Breeder. Last week we talked about how long it can take to create a true strain. This time we're going to talk about why so many breeders fail to create a true strain. This topic can be controversial, and some say that breeding to create a pure strain is a myth. However, we will show you that not only is it not a myth, but it's very possible. This is a show you do not want to miss! We specialize in gamefowl breeding, chicken breeding, and breeding related topics. This includes the use of proper breeding programs and proper selection practices. It is our mission to provide our followers and members a greater understanding of poultry genetics, poultry health care and disease prevention, and how to improve the production and performance ability of their fowl. If you are interested in creating a strain, or improving your established strain, you are going to enjoy this show. We also want to encourage you to join us at the Breeders Academy, where we will not only help you increase your knowledge of breeding, advance your skills as a breeder, but improve the quality and performance of your fowl. If you would like to learn more, go to: https://www.breedersacademy.com #breedinggamefowl #breedingchickens #gamefowlbreeders #chickenbreeders #gamefowlbreeding #chickenbreeding
Please note: When this episode was recorded, Gia was not able to contractually say where she was going. Well, that has changed. She is moving to California to be an anchor for the NBC Bay Area station in San Francisco.We will miss her dearly, but we're also super excited for her.Don't worry, this isn't the end of Hmonglish, it's just the beginning of a new chapter.
Sarah Parshall Perry is on from Heritage Foundation to get into this seminal ruling for school choice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Marines in the Second Seminole War served on land at and around Fort Foster in central Florida as well as in the Everglades where some dubbed them as swamp sailors. Visitors on the Fourth of July, American independence day, call at the Tampa Bay History Center to learn more about our heritage. Built on the site of the old Fort Brooke military reservation, the center invites distinguished guests to present on a number of topics. Marine Living Historian Dave Ekardt is one of them. He has been a perennial at the center over the years, presenting talks and demonstrations about the Marines in the Second Seminole War. He also presents at various recreated forts and commemorative battle events. Dave Ekardt in a summer and temperate U.S. Marine Corps uniform from 1830s. He joins us today to share how in seven years of war, the Marines in Florida suffered nary a blemish to their reputation during their tour of duty. While an often futile assignment for the Army, Marines made the best of their presence and demonstrated without a doubt their great value to the nation's leaders when the nation needed them for pressing business. Dave shares stories and anecdotes about the Marines contributions to the Second Creek and Seminole Wars. The old man of the Marines, Commandant Archibald Henderson, proved a daring, brash, brave, and professional in running the Corps and in bringing them to Florida. Dave examines that deployment, as well as the Marines' uniforms and chow, and how his natural curiosity helped him to acquire invaluable records on Marines. These covered the Seminole War but they also provided slices of life about Marines who served later, such as in Nicaragua. Dave pulled information from a variety of resources to eventually pen a book on that Marine's service there. Dave Ekardt has published three non-fiction books relating to the the Marines in U.S. military history. Host Patrick Swan is a board member with the Seminole Wars Foundation. He is a combat veteran and of the U.S. Army, serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, and Kosovo, and at the Pentagon after 9/11. A military historian, he holds masters degrees in Public History, Communication, and Homeland Security, and is a graduate of the US Army War College with an advanced degree in strategic studies. This podcast is recorded at the homestead of the Seminole Wars Foundation in Bushnell, Florida. Subscribe automatically to the Seminole Wars through your favorite podcast catcher, such as iHeart or Stitcher or Spotify, DoubleTwist, or Pandora or Google podcasts or iTunes, or ... Check it out so you always get the latest episode without delay where and when you want it. Like us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube!
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2022. Recognizing the contributions and influence of Asian Americans. We celebrate our Heritage, we celebrate hard work, we celebrate the resilience and we celebrate our voice! Join me as I chat with Brand Mentor Influencer, Brand Photographer Expert, Entrepreneur, and Business Coach Abby Laguidao will join us as we continue our Interview Series for the AAPI Celebration this month of May! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theselftaughtdesigner/support
Have you ever worked in a heritage formal garden? Scott Smith is head gardener for National Trust for Scotland at Pitmedden Garden and Haddo House Gardens, and in this episode we take a peek into the sort of work that he oversees.Including removing 6km of English box hedge, the logistics of moving bulky materials around a large site, and maintaining a heritage space for visitors to enjoy today.EPISODE LINKSNational Trust for Scotland: https://www.nts.org.uk/Pitmedden Garden: https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/pitmedden-gardenHaddo House: http://visithaddo.com/FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group!VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.PlantsGrowHere.comLET'S WORK TOGETHERAre you in the industry or an enthusiast with something of value to share? We're always on the hunt for interesting people, doing interesting things. If you'd like to work with us send a message via our online form or a direct email to email@example.com.
Ceci O'Keefe Neustrom never pictured herself as an artist. Growing up as an older daughter in a family of 13 children in Mississippi, Ceci was a nurturer who took care of things...she cooked, sewed, and cleaned. "Art was never a part of my life." We taped this episode at the offices of BBR Creative with owner, Cherie Hebert, who has supported Ceci's art. She attended and graduated from USL, and married football star Michael Neustrom, who eventually served as Lafayette Parish Sheriff for 16 years. They have made a good team and the proud parents of six children. A native of Mississippi, Ceci studied to become an educator, and then found her career evolving into being a landman, or as she became known, a "landmam." For decades, she researched the ownership of land and mineral rights of families in South Louisiana and became immersed in the interconnectedness of the Acadian families in our region. Her work in the local courthouses inspired her to learn more about the families who had settled here after the 1755 expulsion of Acadians who had become owners of vast expanses of land in our region. She'd sit at their kitchen tables or on their farms and get to know their stories as she figured out who owned mineral rights to the properties their families had settled on generations before. Then, at the age of 55, her husband Mike gave her the gift of art lessons with Pat Soper, an acclaimed local art teacher and painter. Ceci had no inkling that she herself had artistic talent and had only doodled before she took up classes. She was angry with Mike for putting her in a position to fail. But, she didn't fail, and she soared once she tapped into her dormant ability to paint. She ended up as a resident artist at the renowned Art Studio League in New York City. Ceci found that she loved the experience of creating, of "joining in the experience of creation with our maker. It felt to me like a miracle that I could do this. I didn't believe that I could do this." Chief Judge James McKay of the 4th Circuit convinced Ceci Neustrom to paint his portrait. This work set her on the path to loving the art of portraiture, of capturing the essence of the human form. "I discovered figure painting. It's what spoke to my heart." Judge McKay played football at USL with Ceci's husband, Mike Neustrom, in the 1970's. Ceci has grown as an artist and has since created breathtakingly beautiful oil portraits of locals, as well of present-day descendants of Acadian settlers who arrived in south Louisiana in the mid-1700s. She has named this the "Acadian Heritage Series." To date, her work showcases the Babineaux, Breaux, Broussard, Comeaux, Guidry, Hebert, LeBlanc and Prejean families. While many of us are familiar with events surrounding the expulsion of the Acadians from Nova Scotia in 1755, paintings depicting that era always seem to include large groups of people, not individuals affected by the tragedy. Ceci's oil portraits draw you in and make things real. You can feel the strength and the grit, of the Acadians who survived and thrived. It's hard to explain the energy that surrounds these paintings that honor our region's Acadian lineage. Ceci was helped greatly by local experts in the Acadian culture. Cheryl Perret helped Ceci get started in identifying Acadian families who might participate in her series. Special thanks go to Mary and Warren Perrin of the Acadian Museum for their historical knowledge. Suzanne Breaux also was of great help, who is a fiber specialist, knew the importance of utilizing the brown cotton relied upon by the Acadians, and loaned Ceci the outfit from Glen Pitre's Belizaire the Cajun for Jerry Prejean to wear. Patsy Foster of the Acadian Village loaned Ceci her outfit to be used in the portrait paintings. And Ceci made some of the clothing used, in particular the Evangeline style cloak worn by Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco's granddaughter,
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 fundamentally reshaped the country, prohibiting discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity that receives federal funding. Once considered a feminist triumph, Title IX leveled the educational field for women, allowing them educational, athletic, and career opportunities never before possible. Best known for its applications […]
Pastors C.F. & Nicole talk about the importance of spiritual heritage. They each share personal stories about the faith of past generations of their families and the impact it has made on their lives. They also see from the Word of God how vital it is to future generations to continue to pass on the heritage of faith.
In this second hour; Larry O'Connor and Patrice Onwuka talk with Guests: Mark Smith; Constitutional Attorney, author; Mike Gonzalez, Heritage foundation, and author For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Larry O'Connor and Patrice Onwuka talk with Mike Gonzalez, Heritage foundation, and author For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The left continues to push the narrative that so-called “gender-affirming care” for kids (puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones) is necessary to prevent youth suicide. But in reality, the data tell a totally different story, and parents are often kept in the dark. On this episode, we talk with Jay Greene about his new report that shows “gender-affirming […]
Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words is a follow-on book to the wildly successful documentary by the same name. Based on excerpts from the over 30 hours of groundbreaking, one-on-one interviews, this new book lets Justice Thomas explain his thinking on important issues and recount his inspiring life story, his rise from a childhood […]
Ian Marchant finds the streets of Camborne alive and hissing with the sound of steam traction engines. It's Trevithick Day, commemorating Richard Trevithick, the inventor of the first steam-powered vehicle. As Ian finds out, the invention was a step towards the mechanisation of farming and road building, as well as the development of railways. Ian visits the preserved East Pool Tin Mine and hears how Trevithick's innovation in high pressure steam-pumping engines contributed to the 19th century mining boom in Cornwall and around the world. He finds out how Trevithick's inventions have left their mark on the British landscape. Back in Camborne, Trevithick Day culminates with steam engines saluting the great man's statue in a whistling drive past. Peep peep! Presenter: Ian Marchant Producer: Sarah Swadling
Będziesz w Polsce tego lata, ale tylko na kilka dni? Mieszkasz w dużym mieście i chcesz zrobić sobie weekendową przerwę poza miastem? Chcesz poznać Polskę bardziej prowincjonalną? Posłuchaj tego odcinka podkastu, a może zainteresuje Cię jedno z tych uroczych polskich miasteczek! No i koniecznie mi napisz, jeśli znasz inne ukryte perełki polskiej turystyki!Have you discovered the Polski Daily Club yet? If not go to https://www.polskidaily.eu/signup and join the club!
Duane Donner serves on several faith-based ministry boards including Bridge2Rwanda and Highlands College. Duane has been an active member of Church of the Highlands since 2001. He has a passion for connecting and investing in high-capacity leaders for Kingdom purpose, which is what led him to start the Heritage Forum in 2017. Duane has started, operated, bought, and sold businesses and advised clients across a range of industries over his 25-year business career. He is the Founder and CEO of Founders Advisors, a middle market M&A advisory firm he started in 2003. Find more on his website: https://foundersib.com/
Food is more than just fuel for your body. Food is a connection to the stories of your ancestors, and the stories of your descendants. In this episode, a culinary historian, a professor and a nutritionist share their advice on how to carry on culinary traditions.
Sebastian breaks down the true statistics behind suicide among transgenders with Heritage's Jay Greene, then reveals the inhumane treatment of innocent January 6 political prisoners with Cynthia Hughes, founder of Patriot Freedom Project Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.