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Veterans  Radio
Veterans Helping Veterans

Veterans Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 57:00


This week's program theme is Veterans Helping Veterans. Organizations founded by veterans for veterans. Guests include: William Crewe from Central Coast Veterans Helping Veterans Central Coast Veterans Helping Veterans – Home (ccvhv.org) Josh Flath Founder of 4the 22. 4the22 – Bringing Balance to Life Jon Lovald, COO of Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans   MACV's Mission is to End Veteran Homelessness in Minnesota (mac-v.org) Justin Corry, Corry Construction and Help for the Homefront

New Books in Military History
Cold War Homefront

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

The Stand with Eamon Dunphy
Ep 1535: Putin's War - Putin's Escalation Presents Trouble in the Home Front

The Stand with Eamon Dunphy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 29:40


Journalist and film maker Johnny O'Reilly talks to Eamon about the response to Putin's referenda, Russia's military mobilisation and the threat and consequences of a nuclear attack.Recorded on 26th September 2022. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

New Books Network
Cold War Homefront

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Cold War Homefront

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Cold War Homefront

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Film
Cold War Homefront

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books in Dance
Cold War Homefront

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in American Politics
Cold War Homefront

New Books in American Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Popular Culture
Cold War Homefront

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:10


We could do a whole season on Vietnam war films, but in this episode we chose three films that highlight the Cold War's omnipresence in daily life. You wouldn't associate any of these films with how Vietnam figured into the Cold War dynamic because they are about the homefront. The Deer Hunter (1978), Coming Home (1978), and Da Five Bloods (2020) are reminders (or are they revelations?) that the Vietnam War deeply wounded American society from top to bottom. Whether it's working class immigrants in rural Pennsylvania, severely wounded veterans and their caretakers, or Black and Brown soldiers contending with racism and shattered lives decades removed from the war, our three films depict the Cold War homefront in vivid detail. We often think of the Cold War as an impersonal contest between global powers that nearly ended the world, but the Vietnam War was incredibly personal for millions of Americans and Vietnamese. Lia Paradis is a professor of history at Slippery Rock University. Brian Crim is a professor of history at the University of Lynchburg. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

Front Burner
Anger over military draft grips Russia's home front

Front Burner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 21:40


From rare, violent protests to long lines at the border — and even a shooting at a draft office in Siberia — Russia remains gripped by anger over its first military mobilization since the Second World War. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the draft of hundreds of thousands of men last Wednesday, following significant military defeats in Ukraine's northeast. Simultaneously, Putin renewed threats of nuclear retaliation. And soon after, the Kremlin orchestrated referendums over independence in Eastern Ukraine which Western leaders have denounced as a sham. Today, the Guardian's Moscow correspondent Andrew Roth untangles why Putin is betting on this even more aggressive strategy in Ukraine, and what it could mean for his grip on the home front.

youarewithinthenorms
Failure on the Homefront: Government Responsibility in America's Drug Crisis

youarewithinthenorms

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 4:47


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2021/09/19/failure-on-the-homefront-government-responsibility-in-americas-drug-crisis/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norman-j-clement/support

RADIO Then
YOUR HOME FRONT REPORTER

RADIO Then

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 24:37


Your Home Front Reporter - May 11, 1943. Host Fletcher Wiley with tenor Frank Parker and soprano Eleanor Steber. Light opera, War News, and getting the most out of your Ration Points were the features of Your Home Front Reporter. The Owens-Illinois Glass Company came up with a way to inform housewives about ways they could help to win the War with Your Home Front Reporter. Created by the D'Arcy Advertising Agency with the cooperation of the Office of War Information, the show featured War news and music from tenor Frank Parker, Metropolitan Opera Soprano Eleanor Steber, and David Broekman and His Orchestra. Over the course of the program, production moved from New York to Hollywood and back to New York again. (More from OTRcat.com)... The program was hosted by Southern California radio personality Fletcher Wiley. Often compared to Arthur Godfrey or Paul Harvey, Wiley specialized in speaking directly to women, so was a natural for the job. After broadcasts began in May 1943, production moved to Hollywood in July. This was a homecoming for Wiley, and tenor Parker made the move as well. Ms. Steber and Broekman's outfit were replaced by Dianna Gayle, Phil Hanna, and Wilbur Hatch and his Orchestra. Reporter Wiley offered tips on scientific nutrition, general home economics, and creative menu tips to get the most out of a household's ration points. In the fall, production returned to New York without Fletcher Wiley.

Then Again with Ken and Glen
Molly McIntire and the WWII Home Front

Then Again with Ken and Glen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 41:10


In this Podcast, Marie Bartlett speaks with Sandy White the Education Director at the Coastal Georgia Historical Society, which manages the  WWII Home Front Museum on Saint Simons Island, GA. Molly McIntire is one of the original historical characters from the American Girl Doll Brand whose story begins in 1944 and continues until the end of the war in 1945. Her 6-book series chronicled what life was like on the American Homefront for a 9-year-old girl and her family. Marie and Sandy dive in deeper to see how WWII affected the lives of everyday Americans, specifically those living in GA. WWII Home Front Museum: www.coastalgeorgiahistory.org Listen now at www.thenagainpodcast.com This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

WSMF Broadcast Day Podcast
1944-09 09- CBC Kate Aitken Homefront Fashion Tips

WSMF Broadcast Day Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


History Now Podcast
1944-09 09- CBC Kate Aitken Homefront Fashion Tips

History Now Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


America's Heroes Group
Ep. 352 - NAMI Contra Costa Home Front for VETS

America's Heroes Group

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 28:03


America's Heroes Group Roundtable Mental Health Matters with Partner NAMI Contra Costa Panelist: Phil Arnold - is a Deacon and was Military Perspective Voice Intercept processing specialist, United States Air Force-Security (NSA) Veteran serving in Europe and the Middle East as a Russian Interpreter

Krazy Truth
Krazy Truth #224 Updates, Sloppy old people sex and Balance, I know right!

Krazy Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 55:47


This week we go completely off the rails!!! You had better be ready to laugh because you will be in tears!.  Yes we do actual deal with a serious topic.  What happens when the dream world that is the lifestyle becomes over bearing?  Yep you still need the home front.  But stay for the whole show.  You will be glad you did!++GET YOUR FULL SWAP RADIO APP FOR BOTH APPLE OR ANDRIOD   FS Radiohttps://shamelesscare.com/?ref=115   All your STD testing needshttp://www.asnlifestylemagazine.comhttp://www.fullswapshop.comhttp://www.nightcapit.kckb.st/Kasbhinc   - Night capshttp://www.smuttyfy.com/register?asn     https://www.onlyfans.com/msamandakasbhVisit us at http://www.fullswapradio.comVisit us at : http://www.krazykasbh.comYouTube : http://www.youtube.com/KasbhSend us emails at krazy.kasbh@gmail.comTwitter:  @TruthKrazySupport the show

HealthCare UnTold
BAYADA, Heroes on the Home Front: Fighting Against Federal Cuts to Home Health Care Services

HealthCare UnTold

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 22:44


Today's guest is David Totaro, Chief Government Affairs Officer for BAYADA, a nonprofit home health care provider with 360 offices in 23 states and several international locatons. BAYADA is leading the charge to advocate against recent notifications that The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service (CMS) has proposed an alarming $1.33 billion dollar budget cut for home healthcare services in 2023. Medicare is also forecasting additional cuts of more than $2 billion in 2024 and beyond. In addition to impacting aging Baby Boomers, these cuts will greatly affect our nation's disabled population, including medically fragile children, NICU babies, and others.  In July, Senators Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and Susan Collins (R-ME), together with Representatives Terri Sewell (D-AL 7th District) and Vern Buchanan  (R-FL 16th District),   introduced the Preserving Access to Home Health Act of 2022 (S. 4605/H.R. 8581) to prevent the proposed cuts to home health from taking effect prior to 2026. BAYADA'S goal is to increase awareness of this issue so that the most vulnerable Americans can continue to access this life-saving care.  Check out this website for more information about how to help stop these cuts to Home Health Care: heartsforhomecare.com     #BAYADA#healthathome#heartsforhomecare.com#homehealth#healthcareuntold

X is for Podcast: An Uncanny X-Men Experience
MC2.5– Avengers (v4) #2, Thor: Asgard's Avenger & Avengers Academy #20, & Fear Itself: The Home Front #5-7

X is for Podcast: An Uncanny X-Men Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 90:04


The MC2 may be done, but Nico & TK sure are not! The travel-thru to the MU from the MC2 remains in full swing as the guys take a look at some of the more uncommon appearances of the MC2! First up, in the pages of Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis & John Romita Jr, the MC2 makes a one panel appearance – which leads to 30 minutes of deep discussion on how something so small can have such a big impact (0:00:00)! From there, follow the adventures of the (less cool) Thunderstrike as he makes minor appearances (literally, an OHOTMU entry and a single panel) in the post-MC2 age in Thor: Asgard's Avenger & Avengers Academy #20 (0:34:30) before examining what is a low-point of the Thunderstrike version 2.0 saga – Fear Itself: The Home Front #5-7, which despite nearly being the perfect iteration of the MC2 heroes we want to see as a single team, which never quite hits the heights of its potential (0:57:30). Strap back in for a new look after the after-Earth of Earth 982 on an all new AU:MC2 on XI4P – we hope you survive the experience!

Sport in History Podcast
Football on the Home Front with Dr. Alexander Jackson

Sport in History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 49:26


Join Conor Heffernan and Dr. Alexander Jackson as they discuss Dr. Jackson's new book, Football's Great War: Association Football on the English Home Front, 1914–1918. Learn how English football survived without professional football, the players who played on regardless, illicit payments and so much more. Dr. Jackson's new book is available to buy from Amazon, Pen & Sword and other major bookstores. https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Footballs-Great-War-Hardback/p/20383

Re:Trek - Star Trek: Reviewed, Revisited and Revered.

In this week's episode we take a look at ‘Homefront' and ‘Paradise Lost' from Deep Space Nine.Follow us on Twitter: @retrekpodDrop us an email: retrekpod@gmail.comCome and talk trek with us on Facebook: https://https://www.facebook.com/groups/retrekJoin our live stream at https://www.twitch.tv/retrek1701Check out our You Tube Channels:https://www.youtube.com/c/ReTrekModelStudioshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBClk-Cq7nAwNdqr5MoPpGgIf you enjoy the show please leave us a review on you podcatcher of choice.We are available on:Apple Podcasts (itunes)https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/re-trek/id1446221767Stitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/james-king/retrekSpotifyhttps://u922627.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=TvhtDiauxJVhRdbUMx2NHL6ODzLmx4MtfKCdFx-2FSGFQd5gfI01WXt25VBpzyr74n1Lk9xGpk1-2FfiGSymP8ZFow-3D-3D_fWOmBz09yNQLpJmElfWqCWol4uOpghkCQ1cQ8zLMye-2BTyAd-2F-2BcmotGHNbCQkJxuIkr6ihbXsNye5kkq1Lue4ZCzj9odlDhBHox4Pntp6F00jvPSnc6FHg4tJmk-2BBJ0aOHBPREK3Oq64-2FEt2NijOcayBXin0pcBFmJa6dRhs-2FY-2FbjBdSSlCEUoLFW8qb2gPfeYwruqsS-2BQNcYAvuIeJ69S2LpvQ5QfT5YaBoOfCxZ8Xk5me-2Fh2sXJDNshrm9taoNLe-2BiIo4Xk4qlpeLfEGcDuWQ-3D-3DStar Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek:Picard, Star Trek Lower Decks, Star Trek Prodigy, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and all associated characters are the property of CBS. Star Trek Created by Gene Roddenberry 

20th Century In depth
Episode 33 - War on the German homefront

20th Century In depth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 12:19


Today we are going to talk about how the people of Germany lived through the war.

Crime Time FM
MARK ELLIS In Person With Paul

Crime Time FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 56:07


MARK ELLIS chats to Paul Burke about the latest Frank Merlin mystery DEAD IN THE WATER, wartime London, the American army in the UK, what makes good historical writing and the richest man in the world at the time Calouste Gulbenkian.DEAD IN THE WATER: Summer, 1942. The Second World War rages on but Britain now faces the Nazi threat with America at its side.In a bombed-out London swarming with gangsters and spies, DCI Frank Merlin continues his battle against rampant wartime crime. A mangled body is found in the Thames just as some items of priceless art go mysteriously missing. What sinister connection links the two?Merlin and his team follow a twisting trail of secrets and lies as they investigate a baffling and deadly puzzle .MARK ELLIS is a thriller writer from Swansea and a former barrister and entrepreneur. Mark grew up under the shadow of his parents' experience of the Second World War. His father served in the wartime navy and died a young man. His mother told him stories of watching the heavy bombardment of Swansea from the safe vantage point of a hill in Llanelli, and of attending tea dances in wartime London under the bombs and doodlebugs.In consequence, Mark has always been fascinated by World War II and, in particular, the Home Front and the fact that while the nation was engaged in a heroic endeavour, crime flourished. Murder, robbery, theft and rape were rife. Mark is author of the DCI Frank Merlin series, Mark is also a member of the Crime Writer's Association and Crime Cymru.Recommendations:Nigh and the City - Gerald Kersh. Film by Jules DassinA Place of Greater Safety - Hilary MantelThe Accursed Kings - Maurice DruonMy Friend Maigret - Georges Simenon(mentioned Citizens - Simon SchamaHereward the Wake - Charles Kingsley)Produced by Junkyard DogMusic courtesy of Southgate and LeighCrime TimePaul Burke writes for Crime Time, Crime Fiction Lover and the European Literature Network. He is also a CWA Historical Dagger Judge 2022 .

Kingdom Living: Up-In-Out
On the home front: Marriage | Louis Kotzé

Kingdom Living: Up-In-Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 42:53


Marriage is a profound mystery. The earliest comment on marriage in Genesis is that a man leaves his father and mother to be united with his wife. And Paul in Ephesians compares marriage with Christ's love for the Church. Explore the mystery of marriage with Pastor Louis in this message which concludes our “On the home front” series. #onthehomefront #marriage #hatfieldchristianchurch

The 7th Rule
Liberty Vs Security | With Robert Hewitt Wolfe | DS9 4.11 "Homefront" | T7R #98 FULL

The 7th Rule

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 90:26


Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko in Star Trek Deep Space Nine) and Ryan T. Husk review DS9's season 4, episode 11, "Homefront." Special guests: Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Malissa Longo!Produced by Ryan T. Husk.Audio Remastered by Scott Jensen.Associate Producers:Commander Homer FrizzellYvette BlackmonEve EnglandCarmen ShamwellPJ TomasTJ Jackson-BeyAnn Marie SegalTimothy BaumBill Victor ArucanTitus MohlerSusan V. GrunerRobert WeissburgDarlena MarieEvery week, we rewatch an episode of Deep Space Nine, relive and review it. Join us! Rewatch DS9 every week and get in on the discussion - we'd love to have you!If you enjoy our content please leave us a five star rating and comment/review.Support and join the community here: https://www.patreon.com/The7thRuleWatch the episodes with full video here: https://www.youtube.com/c/The7thRuleSocial media:https://twitter.com/7thRulehttps://www.facebook.com/The7thRule/https://www.facebook.com/groups/The7thRuleGet cool T7R merchandise here: https://the-7th-rule.creator-spring.com/Cirroc's sister, Merone, makes amazing East-African inspired clothing and items for sale at:https://www.abyssiniankiosk.com/Malissa Longo creates fun and functional Star Trek art at:https://www.walkingartmadebymalissa.com/We continue The 7th Rule journey without our friend, our brother, Aron Eisenberg. He is still with us in spirit, in stories, in laughter, and in memories, and the show must go on.

The Global Lane hosted by Gary Lane
FULL SHOW: August 4, 2022

The Global Lane hosted by Gary Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 22:23


This Week: Religious freedom & the most concerning global offender; Growing religious liberty concerns on the Homefront; A new poll reveals what Americans think about Covid-19 origins; 12-year-old UK boy's battle for life. Who decides when to pull the plug?

One Voice Makes A Difference with Janet Swanson

Welcome to our second season of ONE VOICE MAKES A DIFFERENCE podcast, with Janet Swanson. In this new episode, Elaine tells of her journey of being a mom  of four military officers, one each in the Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines. Her heart is to reach out to moms to bring comfort to their empty hearts while their children serve in the military.  Elaine Lowry Brye is a mom who knows about letting go.  Like many moms, she cried when her kids left home, wishes they'd call and write more, and spends sleepless nights worrying about them.   But Elaine's tears and concerns are even more poignant than most mothers'—because Elaine is the mom of four military officers, one each in the Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines.   An Army brat turned ROTC candidate turned military wife, Elaine never expected her kids to have a call to serve, and certainly didn't expect all four to join up.   Three of her kids—two sons and a daughter—attended the Naval Academy, and it was there that Elaine got her own calling: she joined the Naval Academy Parents' Listserv, and began a fifteen-year journey of helping moms and dads adjust to their strange, new, lonely lives as military parents.  She also spent a year teaching in Kabul, Afghanistan where she experienced life in a war zone. Her love of her country and desire to support her fellow parents led to her to write Be Safe, Love Mom: A Military Moms Stories of Courage, Comfort, and Surviving Life on the Homefront and create this web site to further support and connect those who love their military children. You will hear Elaine talk about her family and what it means to “LET GO” and “LET GOD” You will hear about miracles and what to do when your child has a “CALL” upon their lives!  Elaine talks about the chapter in her book, “No Guts, No Glory” all about in your book? Then you will receive a powerful prayer over your life that will equip you for the up's and down's of military life and just when a mom needs to LET GO@     If you'd like to purchase Elaine's book, here is the amazon link to the book: https://www.amazon.com/Be-Safe-Love-Mom-audiobook/dp/B00US6IT72/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1KG6BNJCIB6G&keywords=be+safe+love+mom&qid=1655831724&sprefix=be+safe+love+mom%2Caps%2C94&sr=8-1   facebook Be Safe Love Mom-Elaine Brye instagram Be Safe Love Mom Podcast Be Safe Love Mom-What Holds Us Together    there are 15 episodes  on Apple Spotify

Kingdom Living: Up-In-Out
On the home front: Relationships | Louis Kotzé

Kingdom Living: Up-In-Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 42:19


Anecdotally, there is a sense today that though we are increasingly connected technologically, we are less and less connected to one another. Spend time with Pastor Louis in valuing and deepening how you honour others, your friendships, and your connections. #onthehomefront #relationships #friendship #HatfieldChristianChurch

Bedtime Stories with R.A. Spratt
Chapter 10 Part 2 - Home Front - The Peski Kids 3, Stuck in the Mud

Bedtime Stories with R.A. Spratt

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 14:13


Mr Chelsea from the Chelsea Bakery makes Joe and offer he can't refuse.Support the show at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesrasprattSupport the show

Bedtime Stories with R.A. Spratt
Chapter 10 Part 1 - Home Front - The Peski Kids 3, Stuck in the Mud

Bedtime Stories with R.A. Spratt

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 7:55


April is horrified to discover that Loretta has already taken over her bedroom.Support the show at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesrasprattSupport the show

Heroes Behind Headlines
‘Black Hawk Down' and the Battle That Never Ends with a Delta Force Legend

Heroes Behind Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 61:13 Transcription Available


On October 3, 1993, a US Army operation in Mogadishu, Somalia, which was supposed to take 45 minutes, lasted for more than 18 hours. Delta Force operators had surgically and swiftly taken high value targets supporting warlord Mohamed Farrah Aydid into custody. However, when a Black Hawk helicopter crashed, the original plan to leave the city had to be abandoned - and then another Black Hawk went down. Tragedy ensued in the form of the longest sustained firefight since Vietnam. HBH is deeply honored to welcome US Army Delta Force Command Sergeant Major Tom Satterly, and his amazing wife Jen. Off the battlefield, the Satterly's are just as heroic. They are remarkably open about their own mental health struggles and now run the All Secure Foundation, which has helped thousands of combat families with PTSD and other mental health issues which arise from the complex toll of military service.Even as the overnight battle in Mogadishu was winding down, the violence was still incredibly dangerous, to the extent that Tom and a small group of remaining soldiers could not be driven or air-lifted out of the city. As depicted near the end of the 2001 blockbuster movie ‘Black Hawk Down' directed by Ridley Scott, Tom and that small group had no choice but to run through RPG and AK-47 fire and out of downtown to safe harbor. That specific action is so legendary in military circles that every year around early October current and former soldiers gather to run what is now known as the ‘Mogadishu Mile' to pay homage almost 30 years later.To this day, the public knows very little about the US military's most secretive and advanced Special Operations Unit, which goes by the official name of US Army First Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D). It is most commonly known as Delta Force, where Tom Satterly spent 20 of his 25 years in the Army. Tom led hundreds of missions, including Operation Red Dawn, which captured none other than Saddam Hussein. He is the recipient of numerous medals including 5 Bronze Stars, with 2 for Acts of Valor. Tom and Jen Satterly are a true inspiration and we thank them for their groundbreaking work, commitment and courage. If you are suffering from PTSD or know someone who is, please look into the All Secure Foundation for help. And make sure to check out the book Tom co-authored, ‘All Secure: A Special Operations Soldier's Fight to Survive on the Battlefield and the Homefront'.Thanks for listening, and don't forget to download, subscribe, rate, and review Heroes Behind Headlines.

Kingdom Living: Up-In-Out
On the home front: Family | Louis Kotzé

Kingdom Living: Up-In-Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 39:41


Why is family so important? And how can your family put God first to be an expression of His love and kingdom? Join Pastor Louis on the home front as he explores these questions and more. #onthehomefront #family #HatfieldChristianChurch

JT's Podcast
Homefront Battle Against Security

JT's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 9:07


Have you ever had beef with your apartment security? JT breaks that down today…

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Amin Joseph, star of new film The Royal, about former MLB star Willie Mays Aikens of the Kansas City Royals

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 8:57


ABOUT THE ROYALThe Royal tells the story of iconic former Kansas City Royal slugger Willie Mays Aikens (Amin Joseph), whose promising career quickly turned disastrous because of drug addiction. Aikens, to this day a World Series home run record holder, was entrapped by tricky cops and ultimately sentenced to the longest prison sentence ever given to a professional athlete in a drug case. THE ROYAL is an intimate portrait of a man taking the hard circumstances of his life and turning them around against all odds, as he seeks redemption with his estranged family and friends (including George Brett), with baseball, and ultimately with himself upon his release from prison.It stars Amin Joseph (Snowfall), Andrea Navedo (Jane The Virgin), Michael Beach (If Beale Street Could Talk), Nic Bishop (Truth Be Told), and Dallas Young (Cobra Kai). The true story baseball drama will be released in theaters on July 15.Here's the trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7x6yY2SbA08AMIN JOSEPH BIO (FROM IMDB.COM)Amin Joseph's star is on the rise and he is continuing to make his mark in Hollywood. He was seen on the big screen in Paramount's film reboot of Baywatch with Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron and Priyanka Chopra Jonas. He followed this with a major role in FX's Snowfall (2017). The hour-long drama, executive produced by John Singleton, is set in Los Angeles in the 1980s and covers the early days of the crack cocaine epidemic. He also stars in the Shonldaland narrative podcast #MatterJoseph has been featured in many major films including The Expendables (2010) and Homefront (2013), both Lionsgate action hits written by Sylvester Stallone; G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) with Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson; the film festival darling DOPE, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in competition and went on to screen at the Cannes Film Festival and Deauville American Film Festival in 2015; The Gambler (2014) with Mark Wahlberg; and Frank Darabont's 2007 horror film, The Mist (2007), based on the story by Stephen King, among many others.In 2004, he made his small screen debut in the action drama Rage and Discipline (2004) and his career took off from there, with over five dozen film and television credits in just twelve years. He reunited with Darabont for both FX's hit series The Shield (2002) as well as a recurring role on TNT's L.A Noir. He also starred in two Cinemax series, Zane's Zane's Sex Chronicles (2008) and Zane's The Jump Off (2013), both written by New York Times bestselling author Zane. His additional TV credits include appearances on major shows such as Sons of Anarchy (2008), Southland (2009), NCIS (2003) and CSI: Miami (2002), among others.His production company, Dark Energy Pictures, specializes in action, horror, and Sci-fi content spanning digital, television, and feature films. The company's recent film Call Me King, an international action thriller, embodies their focus on multicultural, lingual, and ethnic content.His charitable work includes time with the grassroots organization The Awareness Movement in Los Angeles. The organization focuses on creating content in order to facilitate a positive dialogue between local communities and law enforcement as well as giving a voice to disenfranchised voters in urban communities. He also volunteers with several schools throughout Los Angeles, providing scene study classes with a focus on African American classic playwrights.Joseph is a graduate of Howard University and a protege of the World Famous Apollo Theater in his hometown Harlem, NYC, where he interned during his youth. He resides in Los Angeles.

The World War 2 Radio Podcast
CBS News Analysis/America's Home Front 7/11/1942

The World War 2 Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 15:21


Today's episode consists of three segments, all CBS broadcasts from this week in 1942. The first is news analysis from William Shirer that aired on July 10. The second is news analysis by Major George Fielding Eliot, which aired on July 11. Finally, our third and final segment is a broadcast of “America's Home Front,” a recurring series that aired over CBS, aimed at inspiring Americans at home during the war. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/worldwar2radio/support

Power and Passion Podcast
Ep 77: Duality, Divine Trust & Intuitive Strategy With Katie Fleming

Power and Passion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 59:03


I am so excited for you to dive into this episode with me and my guest, Katie Fleming. Today we are deep diving into what it looks like to hold duality as mothers and business owners, how to lean into Divine trust and how to build a soild partnership with that deep inner voice who speaks only the purest TRUTH.  Here's a little more about Katie: Katie Fleming is the founder of the Ambitious Mom® Brand. She is known for Profitable Presence™ and what she calls the “BOTH AND LIFE”. This is her unique ability to build a wildly successful and profitable business empire & a family legacy at the SAME TIME and her deep belief that we don't have to choose “either or” but we can choose the “both and life” and have it all, NOW. No delay required.  From the beginning of her journey she had a Divine Intuition leading her to be BOTH the CEO of a global brand AND the leader and partner on the Homefront leading the legacy within her family and own four walls. BOTH AND. Early on the phase “pursue your calling both in and out of your home” led her brand and led her evolution BOTH personally AND professionally.  Today, her community of ambitious heart centered entrepreneurs are creating impactful and revolutionary businesses that are changing the world while also changing the world within the stewarding of our homes.  More joy More income More impact More moments More memories Come experience the BOTH AND LIFE and all that awaits you when you ditch the way it's been and discover the WAY THAT'S MEANT FOR YOU. Let's do this thing.   Purchase Everyday Payday: https://www.katiefleming.co/payday Follow Katie on Instagram: https://instagram.com/katiefleming?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

Performers & Creators Lab
The Creative Life with Emma Arnold

Performers & Creators Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 58:04


Forbes magazine called her, “One of the hardest working comics in the industry.” Listen as I get into it with comedian Emma Arnold about how she writes so much so fast, life on the road, and is she quitting comedy for real this time?See Emma Arnold live at the Comedy Edge: Stand-Up on the Waterfront in Oakland! Saturday, July 16th - get tickets now>>Emma Arnold is an Idaho backcountry-raised comedian, author, artist, and beekeeper. Her self-produced comedy special, "Yes, Please" (financially backed by comedy legends Bobcat Goldthwait and Dana Gould) has millions of views on youtube and she put out four standup comedy albums with Blonde Medicine Records in as many years. She co-founded/directed two wildly popular comedy festivals and was recently featured in Forbes Magazine, who called her, “One of the hardest working comics in the industry.” In addition to touring, she has a popular podcast and Patreon and is mom to three giant sons. Equal parts outrageous, thoughtful, engaging and honest, whatever the medium, Emma's work is electric and straight from the heart. When not touring, she lives in Boise, where she keeps bees and children with varying degrees of success. Follow her on Instagram: @EmmaArnoldisakeeperBefore becoming a comedian, Holly Shaw spent a lifetime on stage, T.V. and film as an actor, professional dancer and later as a speaker, coach and hypnotherapist. She's authored two books: the Amazon bestseller, The Creative Formula, as well as the newly released book, Making Art In the Middle of Madness and she was a regular teacher at SAG/AFTRA's conservatories in San Francisco as well as Los Angeles. Her podcast, Performers & Creators Lab, was named One of the Most Outstanding Podcasts of 2019 by Databird Research. Through all of her offerings she has helped thousands of performing artists, some of them Emmy Award winning and Grammy nominated, overcome stage fright, impostor syndrome, and creative blocks so that they can create the work they were born to make and become undeniably magnetic performers. Currently she lives in Oakland, CA where she runs and performs in the live weekly comedy showcase on the waterfront, the Comedy Edge. To learn more, please visit www.performersandcreatorslab.comDan Cantrell is an Emmy award winning composer and multi-instrumentalist known for his innovative film scoring approach, and his virtuosic abilities on the accordion, piano and musical saw. “Hauntingly beautiful…quirky and energetic” says the San Francisco Bay Guardian.  His extensive scoring catalogue spans a wide range of emotion and style. Dan's compositions for film and television have earned him numerous awards including an Emmy Award for KQED's Home-Front,a Golden Gate award for the soundtrack to the documentary Divided Loyalties, and an Annie nomination for his work on three seasons of Cartoon Network's the Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. Visit bellowhead.com

Prosecco N Prose | A Book Club

Our season of romance has come to a close, / With lots of prosecco and loads of prose. / Some sips and stories we really loved a lot, / Pop a cork to the ones that took our top spot!Show Notes:Today's Bubbly: Ca'Belli Spumante Prosecco Rose – We finally agreed on a rating.  Favorite Dark Chocolate Flavors found at Aldi: Sea Salt, Chile, Strawberry Champagne Amy's Favorite Prosecco Roses: Jules, Kirkland's, Conca D'Oro Wendy's Favorite Prosecco Roses: Kirkland's, Albino Armini, Fascino, Conca D'Oro  Wendy's Favorite Prose: The Great Gatsby, One True Loves, "The Count and The Wedding Guest"Amy's Favorite Prose: 28 Summers, Home Front, One True LovesAmy's Favorite Book Cover: A Thousand Boy KissesWendy's Favorite Book Cover: 28 SummersWendy's Favorite Bookish Podcast: Stuff You Missed in History Class, Bad on Paper, Drunken Pen WritersAmy Favorite Bookish Podcasts: Drunken Pen Writers, Faded Mates, Book BroadsOther Recommended Podcasts: The Morning Formation Podcast with KP, Two Babes and a Book, The Mean Book ClubShout Out: Oliver Fox's article “The Four Pillars of Romance” from the Writer's Write BlogSupport the show

Go: A Great Commission Podcast
The Missionary Experience: Letting Go with Dave & Ruth Ausema

Go: A Great Commission Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 17:31


When we talk about individuals answering the call to serve cross-culturally, rarely do we think about the extended networks of friends and family they leave behind and the joys and challenges they carry of supporting a missionary from afar. So, today we're going to looking into that side of the missionary experience – the side of the home front, the family letting go, sending their loved one into the world to serve Christ. We're talking today with Dave and Ruth Ausema. They are the parents of Kathryn, who serves as a cross-cultural missionary in Central Asia. We had the privilege of interviewing Kathryn earlier in episode 7. In our episode today, her parents will give us insight into what it's like supporting a family in missions.Go! Podcast is a part of Liberty Bible Church Global ministry. Visit our website at www.findliberty.net.

Podcast – THE DCAU REVIEW
Ep. 215 - Elseworlds - Young Justice - Homefront

Podcast – THE DCAU REVIEW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 61:04


The Good Brothers take one last look into the mad Elseworlds of DC Animation with a review of another version of The Boy Wonder, as chosen by the listeners of the podcast! And unsurprisingly the winner of the poll was overwhelmingly in favor of Young Justice which leads the hosts to review the season one episode "Homefront." With an episode that focuses on the differences between a seasoned veteran in Robin and a fairly new hero in Artemis, the hosts talk about a plot that has one storyline and one that deals with both classic comic book tropes for defeating robots and the often overlooked mental-health aspect of our main heroes. Cal and Liam discuss the show's visuals which include some fantastic chase scenes and homages to famous characters in other movie franchises, music that settles in for a good mood setting, horror-invoking soundtrack and a small but effective voice cast that includes a few recognizable and award winning voice actors. Wrapping things up, the brothers preview next month's trip to the future on this week's all new DCAU Review! Be sure to subscribe to The Podtower on YouTube for more content from the #DCAUReview and other #DCAU content creators like them! Also be sure to subscribe to the DCAU Review on Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts and please consider leaving us a 5-star review! Plot: Cal: 6/10 – Liam: 7/10 Visuals/Animation: Cal: 8/10 – Liam: 9/10 Music: Cal: 6/10 – Liam: 5/10 Voice Acting: Cal: 7/10 – Liam: 7/10 Bonus Point: None Final Tally: Cal: 27/40 – Liam: 28/40 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dcaureview/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dcaureview/support

New Books in Military History
Aaron Hiltner, "Taking Leave, Taking Liberties: American Troops on the World War II Home Front" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 54:38


During the Second World War, locals in Australia and Britain described American GIs as “overpaid, oversexed, and over here.” But this conflict between civilians and the military didn't only take place abroad. Civil-military tensions could be seen at ‘home' too. Nearly three-quarters of servicemen in the months leading up to D-Day were stationed domestically, while one in four never went abroad at all. In other words, a lot of GIs spent a lot of time in the continental United States. Their presence, combined with the anti-civilian culture that the US military cultivated during the war, made places like Times Square, Hollywood Boulevard, and Coney Island look like occupation zones. A new book tells this important yet overlooked history of the Second World War. In Taking Leave, Taking Liberties: American Troops on the World War II Home Front (U Chicago Press, 2020), Aaron Hiltner follows GIs as they traveled through transport hubs, trained at domestic military bases, and took leave in ‘liberty ports,” such as Boston and San Francisco. By doing so, Hiltner, a lecturer at University College London, shows how theft, assault, catcalling, murder, rape, drunkenness, harassment, rackets, and fist fights were a part of the everyday domestic wartime experience. The book, therefore, challenges our tendency to isolate the home front from the war and makes us rethink where US foreign relations take place. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

New Books in History
Aaron Hiltner, "Taking Leave, Taking Liberties: American Troops on the World War II Home Front" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 54:38


During the Second World War, locals in Australia and Britain described American GIs as “overpaid, oversexed, and over here.” But this conflict between civilians and the military didn't only take place abroad. Civil-military tensions could be seen at ‘home' too. Nearly three-quarters of servicemen in the months leading up to D-Day were stationed domestically, while one in four never went abroad at all. In other words, a lot of GIs spent a lot of time in the continental United States. Their presence, combined with the anti-civilian culture that the US military cultivated during the war, made places like Times Square, Hollywood Boulevard, and Coney Island look like occupation zones. A new book tells this important yet overlooked history of the Second World War. In Taking Leave, Taking Liberties: American Troops on the World War II Home Front (U Chicago Press, 2020), Aaron Hiltner follows GIs as they traveled through transport hubs, trained at domestic military bases, and took leave in ‘liberty ports,” such as Boston and San Francisco. By doing so, Hiltner, a lecturer at University College London, shows how theft, assault, catcalling, murder, rape, drunkenness, harassment, rackets, and fist fights were a part of the everyday domestic wartime experience. The book, therefore, challenges our tendency to isolate the home front from the war and makes us rethink where US foreign relations take place. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Aaron Hiltner, "Taking Leave, Taking Liberties: American Troops on the World War II Home Front" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 54:38


During the Second World War, locals in Australia and Britain described American GIs as “overpaid, oversexed, and over here.” But this conflict between civilians and the military didn't only take place abroad. Civil-military tensions could be seen at ‘home' too. Nearly three-quarters of servicemen in the months leading up to D-Day were stationed domestically, while one in four never went abroad at all. In other words, a lot of GIs spent a lot of time in the continental United States. Their presence, combined with the anti-civilian culture that the US military cultivated during the war, made places like Times Square, Hollywood Boulevard, and Coney Island look like occupation zones. A new book tells this important yet overlooked history of the Second World War. In Taking Leave, Taking Liberties: American Troops on the World War II Home Front (U Chicago Press, 2020), Aaron Hiltner follows GIs as they traveled through transport hubs, trained at domestic military bases, and took leave in ‘liberty ports,” such as Boston and San Francisco. By doing so, Hiltner, a lecturer at University College London, shows how theft, assault, catcalling, murder, rape, drunkenness, harassment, rackets, and fist fights were a part of the everyday domestic wartime experience. The book, therefore, challenges our tendency to isolate the home front from the war and makes us rethink where US foreign relations take place. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Mother Honestly Podcast
How to create space and time as a working parent for what really matters to you with Yoky Matsuoka

Mother Honestly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 41:18


In this episode, Blessing Adesiyan and Andrea Mullan are joined by Yoky Matsuoka who is the Founder and CEO of Yohana. They discuss how delegating and letting go of some control can help you create time for the things that truly matter to you. They deep dive into putting yourself first and how this practice makes for a more fulfilled life at home and at work.    Yohana was founded by Yoky Matsuoka, a leading technologist, mother of four, and McArthur 'Genius' fellow who made it her mission to create technology to enhance well-being for families. It's this guiding idea that's taken her from building brain-powered robotic hands to creating intuitive home technologies for Nest and Google. Juggling career, family, friends, aging parents and a never-ending to-do list, she understood all too well the immense load families carry. She looked for solutions, but nothing actually moved things off her plate or helped her well-being. So she did what she does best - started with a problem and created a solution: the only membership program designed to get modern families back in control of their wildly busy lives. View Yoky's bio HERE.   This podcast is in partnership with Indeed, the world's number one job site, a company committed to helping women find better work. Visit www.indeed.com/betterwork and join us as we #LevelUpWithIndeed. Become a member of the Mother Honestly Private Network by visiting www.motherhonestly.com/membership and if you are a Company seeking support for your employees and their families, visit www.motherhonestly.com/atwork to provide real solutions at home and at work. The Motherboard has launched! Get feedback, coaching, and advice on big decisions with the nation's leading thought-leaders on the Homefront and Workfront, visit www.motherhonestly.com/motherboard to get personalized guidance tailored to you. You can also expense this cost as a stipend, Learning and Development, and or Professional Development You can visit today's guest here Yoky Matsuoka  

Mother Honestly Podcast
The Reality of the Post-Pandemic Workforce for Working Mothers with Carolina Bermudez

Mother Honestly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 61:02


In this episode, Blessing Adesiyan and Andrea Mullan are joined by Carolina Bermudez: A Television host, Radio Personality, Pop Culture Expert and Actress.   They deep dive into the difficulties that the Post Pandemic Reality of the Workforce poses for Working Mothers. They talk about Employers having conversations with their Employees to build a Culture of Flexibility in the Workforce that serves employers and employees. Carolina also gives very helpful tips for Mom's struggling with finding summer activities for their Kids as summer holidays draw near.      Carolina Bermudez came to New York City by way of Miami, Florida where she began her radio career as a co-host on the “Kenny and Footy Morning Show” on Y100. Just two years after her start in the field, she was recruited to “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” on Z100. A year after her arrival in NYC, the morning show began to syndicate programming and ironically replaced the show she came from in Miami.  Upon her departure, “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” could be heard in 40 cities across the nation. Carolina simultaneously held the position of Senior Editor at In Touch Weekly Magazine where she appeared frequently on programs like CNN Headline News “Showbiz Tonight”, “Access Hollywood”, and “Entertainment Tonight”.  She also provided commentary on specials which aired on E!, VH1, WE TV, and more.  She served as a freelance reporter for E! News and has appeared as a recurring guest expert on “The Maury Povich Show”, “Dr. Oz” and “The Wendy Williams Show”.  In 2011, she starred in a recurring role as reporter Blanca Morales on the ABC daytime soap opera “One Life to Live” and appeared on the CBS drama “Person of Interest”.   She has also served as a guest announcer for the New York Mets on “Fiesta Latina” and “Merengue Nights”. Carolina is now hosting the morning show “Live from the Couch” on WLNY TV 10/55.  “Live from the Couch” airs weekdays from 7-9 a.m. and features a mix of news, talk, lifestyle, entertainment, cooking and fitness segments.    This podcast is in partnership with Indeed, the world's number one job site, a company committed to helping women find better work. Visit www.indeed.com/betterwork and join us as we #LevelUpWithIndeed. Become a member of the Mother Honestly Private Network by visiting www.motherhonestly.com/membership and if you are a Company seeking support for your employees and their families, visit www.motherhonestly.com/atwork to provide real solutions at home and at work. The Motherboard has launched! Get feedback, coaching, and advice on big decisions with the nation's leading thought-leaders on the Homefront and Workfront, visit www.motherhonestly.com/motherboard to get personalized guidance tailored to you. You can also expense this cost as a stipend, Learning and Development, and or Professional Development You can visit today's guest here Carolina Bermudez  

Performers & Creators Lab
The Circle of Comedy with Melissa McGillicuddy

Performers & Creators Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 58:31


Comedian Melissa McGillicuddy (Voted best comedian, Sacramento News & Review 2019) will be headlining at the Comedy Edge Saturday, June 18th and I was happy to have the chance to grab her for a conversation about how she got her start in comedy even though she's shy, hear her worst stories of bombing and her tips for writing great material.Get tickets to see Melissa at the Comedy Edge in Oakland,  June 18th, 2022 >>About MelissaMelissa McGillicuddy is a stand-up comedian based in Sacramento, California. As a newcomer to the scene in 2015, she won the Wildcard Competition at the Sacramento Comedy Festival. Since then, Melissa has performed at SF Sketchfest, the World Series of Comedy, and colleges all across the country. She has also opened for talented comedians such as Cameron Esposito, River Butcher, and Vicki Barbolak. Being an only child raised by a single mom in a conservative town, Melissa found she didn't always fit in, so she used humor as a way to connect with people. Her dry wit and unique perspective on life make her a hit with audiences everywhere.  Melissa also co-produces the Moving Van Show, a monthly, secret pop-up comedy show, as well as Sacramento FemmeFest, the city's first all-female comedy festival. In 2019, Melissa was voted best comedian by the Sacramento News & Review.  Follow her on Instagram: @meowlissamcgAbout Holly ShawBefore becoming a comedian, Holly Shaw spent a lifetime on stage, T.V. and film as an actor, professional dancer and later as a speaker, coach and hypnotherapist. She's authored two books: the Amazon bestseller, The Creative Formula, as well as the newly released book, Making Art In the Middle of Madness and she was a regular teacher at SAG/AFTRA's conservatories in San Francisco as well as Los Angeles. Her podcast, Performers & Creators Lab, was named One of the Most Outstanding Podcasts of 2019 by Databird Research. Through all of her offerings she has helped thousands of performing artists, some of them Emmy Award winning and Grammy nominated, overcome stage fright, impostor syndrome, and creative blocks so that they can create the work they were born to make and become undeniably magnetic performers. Currently she lives in Oakland, CA where she runs and performs in the live weekly comedy showcase on the waterfront, the Comedy Edge. To learn more, please visit www.performersandcreatorslab.comComposerDan Cantrell is an Emmy award winning composer and multi-instrumentalist known for his innovative film scoring approach, and his virtuosic abilities on the accordion, piano and musical saw. “Hauntingly beautiful…quirky and energetic” says the San Francisco Bay Guardian.  His extensive scoring catalogue spans a wide range of emotion and style. Dan's compositions for film and television have earned him numerous awards including an Emmy Award for KQED's Home-Front,a Golden Gate award for the soundtrack to the documentary Divided Loyalties, and an Annie nomination for his work on three seasons of Cartoon Network's the Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. Visit bellowhead.com

Mother Honestly Podcast
Improving Gender Equality at Home with Kate Mangino

Mother Honestly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 47:26


In this episode, Blessing is joined by Kate Mangino.Kate is a gender expert and professional facilitator. In the past she has been a full-time employee of Social Impact, CEDPA and Plan USA - and for the past 10 years has been consulting for many development organizations: Counterpart International, Encompass World, Plan USA, IBTCI, Peace Corps, White Ribbon Alliance, etc. Kate's debut book, Equal Partners, is out in June 2022.    Blessing and Kate discuss Gender inequality on the Homefront and how social conditioning of boys and girls contributes to it. They also touch on how improving gender inequality takes intentionality by everyone and every arm of our society. They include in their conversation; statistics and data around the issue of Gender Inequality.  This podcast is in partnership with Indeed, the world's number one job site, a company committed to helping women find better work. Visit www.indeed.com/betterwork and join us as we #LevelUpWithIndeed. Become a member of the Mother Honestly Private Network by visiting www.motherhonestly.com/membership and if you are a Company seeking support for your employees and their families, visit www.motherhonestly.com/atwork to provide real solutions at home and at work. The Motherboard has launched! Get feedback, coaching, and advice on big decisions with the nation's leading thought-leaders on the homefront and workfront, visit www.motherhonestly.com/motherboard to get personalized guidance tailored to you. You can also expense this cost as a stipend, Learning and Development, and or Professional Development You can visit today's guest here Kate Mangino 

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: Bill Banks on ‘Soldiers on the Homefront'

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 47:13 Very Popular


From November 19, 2016: At this week's Hoover Book Soiree, Benjamin Wittes sat down with Bill Banks, Professor of Law at Syracuse University and the Founding Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, to talk about Bill's book, “Soldiers on the Homefront: The Domestic Role of the American Military,” with Stephen Dycus. The book examines how both law and culture has shaped and constrained the military's domestic activities, reviewing the legal history of the various different roles that soldiers have played at home, from law enforcement to martial law. Given the widespread concern over the strength of the next administration's commitment to civil liberties and the rule of law, it's a conversation that's unfortunately more relevant than ever.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

War College
When the Battlefield Is the Home Front

War College

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:32


Right now, Russia is learning a lesson as old as combat, morale is at the center of any fighting force. How does it change things when you can pick up your cell phone and call your mom to share your experiences, or even complain about your commander?How do you build a band of brothers when home is just a phone call away? Colonel John Spencer asked himself these questions and wrote a book about it called Connected Soldiers: Life, Leadership, and Social Connections in Modern War. Spencer is the chair of Urban Warfare Studies at the modern war institute at West Point.Angry Planet has a substack! Join the Information War to get weekly insights into our angry planet and hear more conversations about a world in conflict.https://angryplanet.substack.com/subscribeYou can listen to Angry Planet on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or follow our RSS directly. Our website is angryplanetpod.com. You can reach us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/angryplanetpodcast/; and on Twitter: @angryplanetpod.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/warcollege. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.