Condition of a nation, country, or state which exercises self-government, and usually sovereignty, over the territory
Chris is the embodiment of what we'd call a committed masculine man and this is his second interview on the Claimed Podcast. The founder of The Business Method, he hosts masterminds for high-level entrepreneurs and has a fascination for neuroscience (fun fact: he even has his own brain scanner which he uses to help his clients optimize their performance). His interest in the subject of men and masculinity began in childhood. Growing up in rural, blue-collar Missouri, he spent a lot of time outdoors and developed a love for “manly” pursuits like fishing, learning how to survive in the wild, driving tractors. These experiences ignited a passion in him for the importance of men's leadership and a curiosity around the differences between men and women and how we complement one another. When Chris reached out to Anna to share a letter he had written to women, she knew it was something the women in the Claimed community needed to hear. “They are women that aren't afraid to travel alone. Women that have dreams and they pursue those dreams like a female wolf would pursue its prey to feed its young. They are the women that have build tribes. They nurture their tribes and empower their tribes. They are women that belong to tribes and love the members of their tribes with open hearts. They give love in an incredibly powerful way. A way that confuses many weak men. They sometimes find it hard to find men that can keep up with them because of the way they move through the world.” Join us for a masculine man's perspective on women, men, and the dynamics between them. Here are the details of this episode: Chris gives a powerful reading of “A Letter to Women” The definition of an amazing woman Gender politics, polarity & feminine men Gamma men & women vs. Alpha/Beta (& healthy vs. toxic traits of masculinity & femininity) Interdependence & “co-optition” vs. Independence & competition And a lot more… Links to Resources Mentioned Anna's first interview with Chris: Episode #129| A Man's Personal Constitution: Being The Protector & The Provider Women Who Run With the Wolves, by Clarissa Pinkola Estes A Lodging of Wayfaring Men, by Paul Rosenberg The Biology of Belief, by Bruce Lipton T: The Story of Testosterone, the Hormone that Dominates and Divides Us, by Carole Hooven
Content Warning: This episode contains graphic content. Welcome back to the hottest podcast in America, literally. Joe McKay was at Ground Zero on 9/11. He lost a lot of friends that day. And shortly afterwards, he lost something else. As a result of his exposures he began experiencing a rare condition called “Cluster Headaches”. It's a debilitating condition and there were very few medical options for relief. None were effective. But Joe didn't give up and his search for relief led him down a different sort of path. With the approval and oversight of a trained medical professional Joe turned to psychedelics and experienced great results. Mind blowing results. Results that gave him back his life. And allowed him to feel happy again. It's an eye opening conversation. It's an inspiring conversation. And you can only get it here. If you're one of America's Firefighters, a first responder, or the family or a friend of one... this is your new home. Are you a firefighter that has a great story to share? Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to visit thefirefighters.us for videos, Firefighters merch and more great content. We're bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact. You can also watch video of this show with Joe on the Righteous YouTube page. The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media or www.thefirefighters.us You can also watch video of this full conversation: https://youtu.be/lGMbmzXU9iE #StayLow America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Katherine Young, Turbulent Transformations: Non-Brahmin Śrīvaiṣṇavas on Religion, Caste and Politics in Tamil Nadu (Orient Blackswan, 2021) studies the interlinking of religious, social and political identities in modern Tamil Nadu. Through interviews with non-Brahmin Śrīvaiṣṇavas of many castes, but especially belonging to the lower-caste groups, it analyses their histories of discrimination, their negotiation of lived realities, and hopes for the future. In addition, the author also addresses colonial changes, Telugu connections, the non-Brahmin movement, Dalit mobilisation, post-Independence caste hierarchies, government policies, party politics, Brahmin reactions, court cases, and inter-religious competition. Raj Balkaran is a scholar, educator, consultant, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology
In our reading of 1 Maccabees today, Fr. Mike highlights the the establishment of the new independent sovereign nation of Israel in the land of Judah. We learn how Simon takes command and enforces the law all around the land. Fr. Mike reminds us that even today, Christians are governed by Jesus himself and ultimately to belong to him. Today's readings are 1 Maccabees 13, Sirach 32-33, and Proverbs 23:17-21. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
Amanda Wohletz owns Rae's Cafe and she isn't taking any crap from anybody. After Jackson County shut her business down for refusing to follow the stupid mask mandate in restaurants, she has up and moved. A few miles down the road in Independence, there are no silly mandates and she plans to open the new store in two weeks. Normally, the folks in DC are accused of "spinning" the news but we've entered a whole new era. There's no spinning the border or the prices of everything you buy and the result is the curtain has been pulled down to show us all that these people are just completely out of touch. Eliah Drinkwitz is having a bad year at Mizzou but he just got a whole lot of fans off his back when he got a commitment from East St. Louis wide receiver Luther Burden. This is a big deal. And the Chiefs have an eye on acquiring LB/DE Whitney Mercilus after Houston waves goodbye. This could be a good pickup.
During this week's episode, Lindsey discusses emotional ownership and how it relates to how you deal with your children. When your children do the things you wish they didn't or say hurtful things, how do you deal with those emotional reactions? Lindsey discusses how to hold onto and preserve those relationships with your children without letting your emotions get in the way. Connect with me and the Enlightened Relationships Academy here: www.lindseykporter.com
What's a “progressive?” We hear constantly about the rift in the Democratic Party between its “progressive” wing and its “moderate” one. But what exactly was “Progressivism?” And why do we hear the word “progressive” but not much about “Progressivism?” The answer may lie in the fact that modern day progressive Democrats or those who ally with them (such as Bernie Sanders) don't want to dwell on the fact that much of their political program descends from political leaders they now disown (such as Woodrow Wilson) or who were, at various times, Republicans (like Theodore Roosevelt). Additionally, progressives are probably not eager to be so openly opposed to the basic principles promulgated in the Declaration of Independence and embodied in the U.S. Constitution as their political and intellectual forebears were because that might hurt their poll numbers among average Americans. Moreover, the progressives really do not need to embrace the idea of the rule of the elites and the need for an administrative state and to fight for those things because that is the world we live in thanks to the Progressive thinkers and leaders profiled in the 2021 book America Transformed: The Rise and Legacy of American Progressivism by Ronald J. Pestritto. The book is must reading for everyone who wants to understand why unelected people such as the personnel of federal agencies, city managers, federal judges at many levels and so forth wield so much power and are so unanswerable to the bulk of the population. Pestritto reveals the dual legacy of Progressivism. To wit, via illuminating and meticulous examination of the writings and speeches of well-known figures such as Wilson and Roosevelt and lesser known but influential thinkers such as the theorists and academics Richard Ely, Frank Goodnow and James Landis, Pestritto documents how the Progressives disempowered average Americans even as those figures harped on the theme of accountability in government and dismissed the safeguards for individual liberty that the Constitution provides. Pestritto traces the intellectual incoherence of much of progressive thinking and policy c. 1880-1945 and demonstrates how the conflict between the oft-stated concern of the progressive left for the common man and the reality of bureaucratization has its roots in the Progressive Era and why so many Americans are frustrated by the fact that Congress has willingly signed over to the administrative state the right to write its own rules, to determine if those rules are fair and to implement those rules and regulations. It is not for nothing that Pestritto uses the word “transformed” given the curtailment of involvement by everyday Americans in their own governing processes that the Progressives ensured. A particular strength of his book is his exposure of the way that progressives from Wilson down to Obama and since have disingenuously claimed that Abraham Lincoln was a proto-progressive even though Lincoln was one of the most ardent, eloquent proponents of the Declaration of Independence and natural rights. We often hear from progressives that we need to be on the “right side of history.” In this valuable book, Ronald J. Pestritto explains to us the intellectual background of such platitudes. Give a listen. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history
Aarman Roy is a young visual artists and graphic designer from New Delhi, India. He is currently pursuing a BFA in Design from School of Visual Arts, New York. Along with his partner Charu, Aarman Co-founded Akademi Magazine, a leftist print and web publication dedicated to politics, art, culture and society. Aarman overlooks Creative Direction at Akademi. With the tools of graphic design, Aarman liked to create work that's diverse and beautiful, and the kind of work that pushes aesthetic boundaries. On this episode we talk about how he was about to become an engineer and then how he found his true calling in Design. We talk about the design education he's pursuing right now, about his work experiences, we deep dive into his process of creating the amazing work he does for Akademi magazine. RELEVANT LINKS (Chronological) Aarman Roy - aarmanroy.com Akademi Magazine - akademimag.com Akademi's Instagram - www.instagram.com/akademimag/ Charu - www.linkedin.com/in/charu-pragya-755956133/ Tripura - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tripura Bangladesh (War of Independence) - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangladesh#War_of_Independence Comilla - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comilla Aarman's presentation at Exun - www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_Q98_pshNs Delhi Technical University - http://dtu.ac.in NID - nid.edu Cinema 4D - www.maxon.net/en/cinema-4d Panini Pandey - paninipandey.com SVA - sva.edu Paul Rand - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Rand New York Times Behind the Cover - www.nytimes.com/series/behind-the-cover Zipeng Zhu - http://zz-is.it Wix - wix.com DIA - dia.tv Louise Fili - louisefili.com Adobe After Effects - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_After_Effects CAA (India) - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizenship_(Amendment)_Act,_2019 Citizenship Amendment Act protests - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizenship_Amendment_Act_protests Columbia University - columbia.edu John Dewey - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dewey B. R. Ambedkar - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._R._Ambedkar Caste - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caste Suraj Yengde - scholar.harvard.edu/surajyengde/about Article 370 of the Constitution of India - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Article_370_of_the_Constitution_of_India Attack on Caravan Journalists - thewire.in/media/caravan-reporters-attacked-north-east-delhi Time :) - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time
We all have big dreams for our little people, and there are so many ways to define success: finding purpose in life and work, reaching goals (whatever those might be), surrounding yourself with loved ones, to name just a few. Psychologists have pointed to a variety of practices that can help our kids achieve these things. Spending time with your child is a major one; others include letting your child make decisions and prioritizing kindness. Jessica Rolph welcomes Esther Wojcicki to today's episode to talk about raising successful children, her area of expertise. Her daughters, Susan, Janet, and Anne, are some of the most powerful women in Silicon Valley. They are respectively, the CEO of YouTube, a professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco, and the Founder and CEO of the genetic testing company 23andMe. Esther, also known as the Godmother of Silicon Valley, is the author of How to Raise Successful People: Simple Lessons for Radical Results. Key Takeaways: [2:17] Did Esther set out to raise CEOs? [3:24] Esther explains the acronym TRICK: Trust, Respect, Independence, Collaboration, and Kindness. [5:19] What does trust look like in our modern-day society? [8:00] Perhaps we shouldn't be so worried all the time. [8:50] Esther explains why allowing babies to self-soothe can be a demonstration of trust. [12:02] How can parents of toddlers show respect? Just listen! [14:15] Don't do anything for your children that they can do for themselves. [15:12] Esther speaks about collaboration in the home. [17:30] The profound impact of kindness. Mentioned in this episode: Brought to you by Lovevery.com Visit Raise Successful People
In this week's PODFLASH we have another installment of “Jimmy's Corner” with words of wisdom from Live and Learn and Pass it On by H. Jackson Brown Jr.We also talk about why it's good for our relationship to have time to ourselves and how it makes us a better couple.Give us a call and let us know what's on your mind at 301-392-7745!Make sure to hit “Subscribe” so you don't miss an episode!Give us a 5 star rating on Apple Podcasts and let us know what you think!Check out krisquade.com for all of your coaching needs!Follow us on Social Media:Facebook Group ~ The Positivity Project with Kris & MikeInstagram & Twitter ~ @positivityprojectpodUntil next time.....Choose Positivity My Friends!
Special guest Mike Cavaggioni is originally from Long Island, NY and currently living in Ewa Beach, HI. He enlisted in the Navy in 2002 at the age of 17 and completed 9.5 years before commissioning as a Naval Officer. In conjunction with his Navy career, Mike is a licensed REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® and a Finance Coach. With his military retirement approaching, his focus shifted to financial independence and entrepreneurship. In this episode, we discuss financial literacy and opportunities. More on Mike at https://averagejoefinances.com/?fbclid=IwAR02ReItt_BfHOJhqkRfAMnGQqwuCY49d8CC1og8gImEzhRm2Lf2hjhCngM Send your listener letters to email@example.com Follow on IG: True Lessons Podcast Show your support and subscribe today! Want to be a guest? https://truelessonspodcast.hbportal.co/schedule/6143ed5d0ea3a644137c2cc3 Want to know more about your host? Visit- https://linktr.ee/laautora --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/truelessons/support
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Monday against the National Archives to keep his records private, citing executive privilege. Nick also shares a piece from PJ media about times that the Obama Administration fought subpoenas. A student at Oberlin College in Ohio described being "scared" and "angry" after the school announced a work crew would be installing radiators in a "safe space" dormitory for women and trans students, explaining the crew would likely be "cisgender men." The New York City Public Design Commission voted unanimously to remove a statue of Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States, from the New York City Council's chambers at City Hall. Former Trump administration Surgeon General Jerome Adams said Monday on CNN's “Cuomo Prime Time” that former Secretary of State Colin Powell died because some Americans were not vaccinated. The New York Police Department (NYPD) gave in last week, after orders from Albany, and told officers to let drug addicts shoot up on the streets and share needles.
When Haiti won its independence nearly 200 years ago, it came at a hefty price -- an estimated $21 billion today. The country spent the next century paying off the debt to its former slave owners, France.The island of Hispaniola, shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic, was once the richest colony of the New World. The western third of the island — today's Haiti — was known as Saint-Domingue and was a major destination of the transatlantic slave trade. In this episode, you will hear me address how the African slaves provided the muscle for an economy during the 1780s which produced 60% of the coffee and 40% of the sugar consumed in Europe. The French drove their sugar cane–cutting slaves especially hard. This cruel treatment ultimately led to the Haitian Revolution in 1791. The revolution influenced events across the Americas. The French emperor Napoleon gave up on the New World, selling the vast Louisiana Territory to the U.S. Haiti has been ruthlessly exploited by Western powers many times in its 200 years of independence. Western powers often propped up ineffective and corrupt Haitian governments under the strategy of not wanting another Cuba. But despite government corruption and acute poverty, Haitians are among the world's most resilient people. And we wonder why Haiti is struggling? We need to do right by our Haitian brothers and sisters....and yall know who I am talking about when I say "we". Let's keep it Blunt.....How colonial-era debt helped shape Haiti's poverty and political unrest - ABC News (go.com)Haiti remains revolutionary despite history of adversity (usatoday.com)Diverse Tax Services LLCAtlanta, GeorgiaTelephone: 678-760-5626
This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Derrick Alexander Pope, Managing Director of the Arc of Justice Institute and host of the Hidden Legal Figures Podcast (https://onthearc.net/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review New! Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKdeO4IodggpSLyhWVdcWKw Episode Details: Derrick A. Pope, Managing Director of the Arc of Justice Institute and host of the Hidden Legal Figures Podcast, returns to discuss the landmark Civil Rights decisions in Buchanan v. Warley (1917) and Shelley v. Kraemer (1948). On today's episode, learn about the significance of each case and how the two decisions are intimately related. Preparing to celebrate its 104th anniversary in November 2021, the unanimous U.S. Supreme Court decision in Buchanan v. Warley ruled that Louisville, Kentucky's residential segregation laws were unconstitutional and violated the personal and property rights afforded to all U.S. citizens by the 14th Amendment. Chief Justice Edward Douglass White upheld the rights of whites and Blacks to sell property to one another and initiated a turning point in the Court's attitude toward the rights of African Americans. Years later, private covenants -- not laws -- were being used to segregate neighborhoods. In 1948, Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson ruled in Shelley v. Kraemer that private covenant agreements do not violate 14th Amendment rights and that the state's enforcement of discriminatory private covenants does violate the 14th Amendment. This ruling made racial discrimination in housing no longer judicially enforceable and established a legal precedent for future efforts to enforce the 14th Amendment's Equal Protection Clause. Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents Guest Bio: Derrick Alexander Pope Derrick Alexander Pope, who describes himself as a composer and conductor of ideas, is President and founding Director of The Arc of Justice Institute. In this role, he has responsibility for all aspects of its standing initiatives and programs and host of its podcast, Hidden Legal Figures. Before The Arc, Mr. Pope enjoyed a distinguished career in the public, private, and academic sectors. He has provided counsel to the legislative and executive branches of government at the federal, state, and county level, having most recently served as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. He is a former Assistant Legislative Counsel to the Georgia General Assembly and former Legislative and General Counsel to the Medical Association of Georgia. During the Obama administration, Mr. Pope was a member of the White House Data Driven Justice Initiative and the My Brother's Keeper Taskforce in 2015 and 2016. In private practice, he has helped protect the inheritance rights of more than 500 families throughout Georgia. Mr. Pope is a former adjunct professor of law at the Georgia State University College of Law where he taught Probate Practice and Procedure. Mr. Pope has several published works to his credit. He is the author of By the Content of Our Character: A Declaration of Independence for Colored Folks, Negroes, Black People, and African Americans and Thy Will Be Done: An African American Guide to Estate Planning and the Howard Law Journal article A Constitutional Window to Interpretive Reason: Or in Other Words...The Ninth Amendment. In 2012 teaming with this daughter he released a spoken word CD - The Race Track. An Atlanta native, Mr. Pope is a graduate of Morris Brown College and the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana, earning top honors in the Loyola Law Clinic. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia where serves on three standing committees (Vice-Chair, Communications/Cornerstones of Freedom Program; Advisory Committee on Legislation, and the Editorial Board of the Georgia Bar Journal, and Past Co-Chair of the Committee on Inclusion in the Profession), the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, the United States Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
It's been said the two hardest days for parents are the first day home with their newborn and the first day home without their newborn adult. My oldest child has just flown the coop, left her nest, and started her own journey. She's in a new city two thousand miles from home, an independent young adult no longer under my roof. After moving her in and hugging her goodbye on her new campus, I'm here to report I cried like a blubbering baby in the rental car on the way to the airport without her. I also wouldn't want and can't imagine her being anywhere else. Understanding the power of community, I organized a Care Package Party with thirty other families who had new freshmen who'd just left home. Knowing college kids love getting packages from home, they'd be even more excited to receive one with different items from so many families. The party was a success, mostly because all of us parents had time to be together, connect, and share. Before sealing up my daughter's box with a few things she needed from home, I wrote her an inspirational note I share on this podcast, initially hoping it would make her feel better but now also hoping it makes you feel better too. It sure made me feel better. How bittersweet it is a parent's job is to teach their children not to need them anymore. The hardest part of this parenting gig is accepting your success. The moment my newborn's umbilical cord was cut, my goal was for her to create autonomy and have her need me less. It doesn't mean I can't remind my newborn adult I will always be there for her when she needs to rest her wings. SHOW NOTE LINKS: Corresponding Article- Newborn Adult- From Cradle to College to Care Packages Grown and Flown Article on Care Package Parties Project Dorm Room Website Lisa Heffernan on the Dear Family, Podcast- Grown and Flown- How to Stay Close as a Family and Raise Independent Adults CONNECT WITH US! *Dear Family, Podcast Page *Write Now Rachel Website *Rachel's Blog @Medium *Rachel's Twitter *Facebook *Instagram PLEASE JOIN: *Dear Family Members, the Private Facebook Group WAYS TO HELP THE PODCAST: *PLEASE Leave a 5-Star Review and Subscribe! Thank you! Your support means the world to me. Wishing you love, happiness, and good mental health always.
The Oregon Trail was 2,100 plus mile journey from Independence, Missouri all the way to Oregon City, Oregon. And along this trail and its offshoots, between 1841 and 1869, somewhere between 250,000 and 500,000 travelers headed West, motivated by the philosophy of Manifest Destiny and the hope for economic prosperity. The Homestead Act and the Monroe Doctrine also fueled US westward expansion. The journey to get oneself a 160 acre homestead was not for the faint of heart. Somewhere between 1 in 10 and 1 in 20 settlers died along the trail, some from accidents and violent clashes with other settlers or local tribes, and many died from diseases like cholera. Those who made it truly connected the United States from sea to shining sea, and solidified the nation as a new global power. Lot of yip, yip, yaw in today's Suck! Hope you enjoy the journey. Thanks to Bad Magic Patreon supporters, we'll be donating somewhere around $15,600 this month to RAINN - the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network - America's largest anti-sexual violence organization. Call 1-800 656-HOPE if you've been sexually assaulted or to report a sexual assault. The call is confidential. To learn more: https://www.rainn.org/Watch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/zeT7n7k0p5IMerch - https://badmagicmerch.com/ Discord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89vWant to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever current page hasn't been put in FB Jail :)For all merch related questions/problems: firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste)Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcastWanna become a Space Lizard? We're over 10,000 strong! Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcastSign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits.
As an actor, one of the more difficult attitudes for me to manage is that of jealousy, and an elevated sense of competition for roles and even status in this industry. I've particularly noticed this as theater is opening up again after the long pandemic shutdown and other actors, not me, are back onstage again. My guest today, Peter Allen Vogt, is a talented actor in his own right but has struggled with this as well from time to time, especially considering he has a well-known identical twin who is also an actor and comedian. Sign up for the monthly WINMI Newsletter on the WINMI website - http://whyillnevermakeit.com I first got to know Peter Allen Vogt working for Disney. Both he and I worked at Tokyo Disney as well as the theme park in Orlando. He has since moved on to Universal out in Los Angeles, and he is also appeared in such TV shows as Hannah Montana, Parks and Recreation, and American Horror Story. But our first love is still theater. Whether it's classic shows or new musicals, Peter brings a larger than life quality to all of his roles. In fact, his size has been one of Peter‘s notable characteristics for many years. In our conversation today he shares his weight loss journey and what that has meant for his career. But first we talk about what keeps Peter going and the longevity of his career as well as the importance of surrounding yourself with those who support and nurture you as an artist. Final Five episode - https://youtu.be/HwiOlNZQVC0 Topics and people covered in this episode: Streetmosphere - street performers in the various Disney theme parks who don't have a theater or a home, but rather perform in the street for guests as they pass by. 1776 - a Broadway musical from 1969 with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards and a book by Peter Stone, based on the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Grumpy Old Men - a new musical with book by Dan Remmes, music by Neil Berg, and lyrics by Nick Meglin (adapted from the Warner Bros. motion picture written by Mark Steven Johnson). Cathy Rigby - Olympic gymnast, theater actress and producer Glenn Casale - director, actor, and writer; former Artistic Director of Sacramento Music Circus Mark Jacoby - Broadway and TV/film actor Blake Hammond - stage and screen actor Ken Page - longtime musical theater performer on stage and screen Michael Kostroff - stage and screen actor who was a WINMI podcast guest back in Season One Actors' Co-Op Theater - began in 1987 with a dozen actors and operates two 99-seat Equity-approved theatres on the campus of First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. Chicago City Limits - New York's long running award-winning and critically-acclaimed comedy revue that started in 1977 and relocated from Chicago to New York in 1979. Fellowship! - a musical parody stage play based on The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien's, with book by Kelly Holden-Bashar & Joel McCrary and music by Allen Simpson ---------- Follow Peter - Instagram / Twitter Support WINMI and get access to Members-Only Episodes on Supercast. Check out Artist Resources and follow WINMI on Instagram or Twitter. Why I'll Never Make It is a Top 25 Theater Podcast on Feedspot, and is also a part of Helium Radio Network and a member of the Broadway Makers Alliance. Music in the episode by Blue Dot Sessions is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Are we in the middle of the IT revolution, or on the verge of something new? Links Ben Thompson: The Death and Birth of Technological Revolutions — Stratechery Ben Thompson: The End of the Beginning — Stratechery John Perry Barlow: A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace — EFF Ben Thompson: Internet 3.0 and the Beginning of (Tech) History — Stratechery Ben Thompson: The Internet and the Third Estate — Stratechery Hosts Ben Thompson, @benthompson, Stratechery James Allworth, @jamesallworth, Harvard Business Review Podcast Information Feed iTunes SoundCloud Twitter Feedback
This is the first of three back-to-back episodes that will take us through one of the most critical periods of the war. The Autumn of 1920 witnessed an intensification of the conflict as British Crown forces began to get the upper hand on the IRA. This lead to two key events in Dublin - the Fernside Raid & the Execution of Kevin Barry. While these set the stage for the pivotal events of Bloody Sunday, the Fernside Raid and the bloody gun battles that followed were a key moment in the war.Additional Research - Sam McGrathSound - Jason LooneyAdditional Narrations - Therese Murray & Aidan CroweYou can get tickets to my live event (featuring Aidan Crowe) in the 800 Year old St Mary's Church, Kilkenny on November 6th now at https://historyshow.eventbrite.com Tickets for my show at the Liverpool Irish Festival at Grand Central, Liverpool on October 24th are available here https://www.liverpoolirishfestival.com/events/the-irish-history-podcast/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/irishhistory.
*episode was pre-recorded* Hello everyone and welcome back to On the Line. This week I had the awesome opportunity to talk with Raechal Martin, a certified Athletic Trainer and licensed Massage Therapist. You may know her from the Netflix show Last Chance U which featured Independence community colleges football program and the players journeys to returning to playing D1. Raechal was the athletic trainer and was a main feature on the show. In this week's episode you will learn about her journey to becoming an athletic trainer, her time on the show, and some general injury advice.Follow Raechal Martin On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/msraechal/
India ranked 101 out of 116 countries in the Global Hunger Index rankings, behind Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Shekhar Gupta looks into this alarming report that raises questions on our nutrition, 75 years after Independence. Does this report mean India is starving and how is hunger defined? Episode 858 of CutTheClutter Brought to you by @Kia India ----more----Read Ivica Petrikova and Arvind Kumar's article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/hunger-index-latest-reminder-india-should-fight-malnutrition-with-more-animal-sourced-food/750939/----more----Watch Episode 295 of Cut The Clutter here: https://youtu.be/Feie8HukGiA
Content Warning: This episode contains graphic content. Welcome back to the hottest podcast in America, literally. This episode is taking it back. Way back. To day one and the very first guy Rob met when he got to the Firehouse. They ended up becoming great friends and 20 years later they're still as close as it gets. And they have some honest conversations about some tough subjects. For more than 25 years Captain Mike McCaffery served the city of New York. First as a police officer in the 120th precinct, and later as a firefighter in Engine 216 where he met Rob. He was then promoted to lieutenant in Engine 201 and finally as the Captain of Engine 228. He has been a fierce advocate for his fellow firefighters and was a huge part of the passage of the Zadroga Act. He's a helper and he's a hero. He'd never say that, but we will. If you're one of America's Firefighters, a first responder, or the family or a friend of one... this is your new home. Are you a firefighter that has a great story to share? Send it to us at email@example.com and be sure to visit thefirefighters.us for videos, Firefighters merch and more great content. We're bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact. You can also watch video of this show with Mike on the Righteous YouTube page. The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media or www.thefirefighters.us You can also watch video of this full conversation: https://youtu.be/qllST2QqtTY #StayLow America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This program is part of the Created Equal and Breathing Free podcast series presented in partnership with Florida Humanities. Join us for a conversation with very special guest Dr. Danielle Allen — Harvard Professor, classicist, and political scientist, and the author of “Our Declaration,” a book about this critical moment in the future of building a multiracial democracy. At a time when the future of American democracy is under threat from across the political spectrum — when a disturbingly high number of citizens seem to no longer believe in the American project — Dr. Allen's body of work “thrillingly affirms the continuing relevance of America's founding text, ultimately revealing what democracy actually means and what it asks of us.” Part democracy's orator and part its master mechanic, Dr. Allen is uniquely equipped to guide us to the other side of our current crisis of faith in democracy. Dr. Allen's contributions to this moment in history are tangible and impactful — she recently co-chaired the comprehensive report Our Common Purpose: Reinventing American Democracy for the 21st Century. Find Danielle Allen's piece “How the Declaration of Independence Offers a Roadmap to a Better Union” in the Spring 2020 “Democracy Edition” of Forum Magazine (begins on page 22). Join us for this important conversation about our future you won't soon forget, facilitated by Dr. Nashid Madyun, Executive Director of Florida Humanities.
This week on The Past, The Promise, The Presidency: Presidential Crises we examine how James and Dolley Madison responded to The War of 1812, often referred to by both contemporaries and historians as the "Second War of Independence." Upon arriving at the White House, British troops thoroughly enjoyed a feast and fine wine before systematically setting fire to the building. They then turned their attention to the Capitol building, the Library of Congress, and every other public building in the city. Before long, most of the city was ablaze. It was only saved by the fateful intervention of a hurricane level storm that doused the flames.By any definition, having your capital burned by foreign troops ranks as a crisis. So, how did the United States get into another war with Britain so soon after establishing its independence? How did President Madison, the third president and the first to lead the country during a full-fledged war, respond to this crisis? How did the country and the world respond to the outcome of the crisis and the war? And finally, what was First Lady Dolley Madison's role in the crisis? These are just some of the questions we tackled in this episode. To learn more about this crisis we spoke to two fantastic guests. First, we spoke with Dr. Troy Bickham, a professor of history at Texas A&M. He is an expert on Britain and its empire in the Atlantic world. We then spoke with Dr. Catherine Allgor, a historian of gender, women, and political culture, as well as the president of the Massachusetts Historical Society. To learn more, visit www.pastpromisepresidency.com.
This week, The Musafir Stories speaks with traveler and history & culture nerd - Ayush Khanna, as he takes us back in time to explore an important milestone in India's independence. Today's destination: Kanpur & Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh Nearest Airport: Kanpur Airport, KNU or Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, LKONearest Railway Station: Kanpur Central Railway Station (CNB) or Lucknow Railway Station (LKO) Prerequisites - NAPacking - Pack lightTime of the year - Nov-Feb, avoid the cyclone seasonLength of the itinerary: 3-5 daysItinerary Highlights: Ayush talks about the leadup to the 1857 Sepoy mutiny also known as India's first war of Independence and discusses the connected histories of Kanpur and Lucknow during this period.Kanpur used to be a garrison town of the British East India company's troops. Kanpur turns out to be a key location where the 1857 mutiny played out. Ayush explains the role of Nana Saheb, the adopted son of the Peshwa in exile, the events that unfolded at the Massacre Ghat and Bibighar, the reaction of the East India company. In the meantime, Lucknow had been the home of Nawab aristocracy, starting with Asaf-ud-daula who was the architect of Lucknow, moving from Faizabad and lasting till 1856 and ending with Wajid Ali Shah. Ayush also shares some interesting stories about the Cawnpore Memorial, Nana Rao park, the Baron of Cawnpore and All Souls church. Along with the history of the 1857 mutiny, Ayush also calls out some important structures in the two towns - Kala Imambara, Kaiser Bagh, Kothi Roshan ud Daula, The Residency and La Martiniere in Lucknow. In Kanpur, Ayush touches upon the popular mills like Elgin Mill, Lal Imli along with All Souls church. Of course, how could we miss covering some creepy ghost stories while here - learn about the Kanpur Cemetery and its Sa rkata Angrez or the headless Englishman as well as the horse riding Sufi! Covering the cuisine of Lucknow alone should take a season or two, but notable mentions starting with Idris ki Biryani and Lalla ki Biryani in the Chowk area, Aabodana home kitchen by Sheeba Iqbal for Sheer mal, Kheema matar, kali gajar ka halwa. Also try out Neymat Khana in Kaiserbagh for a collection of home food at one place. Bajpai's chai, Shukla chaat, as well as Thaggoo's badnaam kulfi and samosas are not to be missed while in Kanpur.Links:Ayush's Blog : https://www.whitelotustile.com/ Article Blog post: https://livewire.thewire.in/politics/the-baron-of-cawnpore/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LotusTile Photo by Aradhya Kansal on UnsplashPhoto by Laurentiu Morariu on UnsplashBattle music: Sota War (https://freesound.org/people/YleArkisto/sounds/258207/) by YleArkisto (https://freesound.org/people/YleArkisto/) is licensed under CC by 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Follow the Musafir stories on:Twitter : https://twitter.com/musafirstories?lang=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/themusafirstories/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/musafirstoriespodcast/?hl=enwebsite: www.themusafirstories.comemail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
On episode 67 of Beyond Labels & Limitations, John Graybill talks about his latest blood test results, how using a belt has helped him keep his independence and how he deals with struggles. _________________________ Connect with John: YouTube Channel Website Email: BLLjenjohn@gmail.com __________________________ "Desire to Inspire" TKG
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Bukky Richards joins the Discharge as we delve into Discussions with Our Light Guy, An Independence, Big Brother Nigeria Ending, Paternity Leave, Men Loving a Woman Who Allows Them Cheat and Housewife Salary. Thank You for Listening. If you enjoyed this, please SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and SHARE. Connect with Accidental Discharge Online: Follow Accidental Discharge on twitter: https://twitter.com/acdishow Follow Accidental Discharge on instagram: http://instagram.com/acdishow Follow Accidental Discharge on TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuJHuA2/ Listen to the Podcast on: Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9jZGNmZDc4L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/accidental-discharge/id1476338404 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4kTJiOobi1A32fZaGdLHKu?si=A2t8Z6jvQfSZHmI5_bz2ow&nd=1 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/accidentaldischarge Jamit.fm: https://jamit.fm/podcast/accidental-discharge Watch/Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AccidentalDischargePodcast
Steve discusses the recent woke cancellation of former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden and why it's not necessarily an example of hypocrisy, but of something much worse. Then, military defense attorney Davis Younts joins the program to discuss his efforts to help servicemen in the nation's armed forces find recourse for vaccine mandates. In Hour Two, Steve has a 21st-century flair to the Declaration of Independence for Fake News or Not. Pop Culture Tuesday is a review of the new Netflix show "Midnight Mass." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're gonna steal the Declaration of Independence. Sorry, no, we're going to fix National Treasure: Book of Secrets. That's right, we're finally tackling a Nicolas Cage movie! Sponsors: Podgo: https://podgo.co/ Audible: https://audibletrial.com/sequel Saturday 30th October 2021 live stream featuring Em from Verbal Diorama: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXH7Pqw4bk4&ab_channel=Sequelisers Website: https://www.sequelisers.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sequelisers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sequelisers/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4n0WYAzHA6kSOgbL2CO0nQ Music by Daniel Williams.
To Greg Franks, the “bankifying” of Merrill, which he served at for nearly 3 decades, was nothing short of “tragic.” The former Merrill leader shares his experience and the story of his own leap to independence to the helm of Snowden Lane Partners.
For the first time this year, the Biden administration made Indigenous People's Day an official federal holiday. To mark it, we want to take a look at a little known part of the Declaration of Independence. Specifically, a part that showed the founding father's very clear anti-Native American sentiments enshrined in one of founding documents.
"'Excuse me Founding Fathers, but if “all men are created equal”, then how do the people who greeted Europeans as they came to these shores, how are they reduced to being “merciless savages”? Are they not equal?' - Lynn Cullen on "merciless Indian savages' being included in the Declaration of Independence"
In this episode Chase and I go through a recap of the Boise St. loss by BYU. It was a really frustrating game, so we air our grievances in this episode and talk a little QB battle between BYUs quarterbacks. Where do you all fall? Anyway, I hope it is enjoyed! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/harper-anderson/support
The phrase, “state of nature”, has been used over centuries to describe the uncultivated state of lands and animals, nudity, innocence, heaven and hell, interstate relations, and the locus of pre- and supra-political rights, such as the right to resistance, to property, to create and leave polities, and the freedom of religion, speech, and opinion, which may be reactivated or reprioritised when the polity and its laws fail. Combining intellectual history with current concerns, Mark Somos and Anne Peters's book The State of Nature: Histories of an Idea (Brill, 2021) together fourteen essays on the past, present and possible future applications of the legal fiction known as the state of nature. Mark Somos, Ph.D. (2007 Harvard, 2014 Leiden), holds the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft's Heisenberg position. He wrote Secularisation and the Leiden Circle (Brill, 2011) and American States of Nature: The Origins of Independence, 1761–1775 (Oxford, 2019). Anne Peters, Ph.D. (1994 Freiburg), is Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg, a Professor at Heidelberg, Freie Universität Berlin, and Basel, and L. Bates Lea Global Law Professor at the University of Michigan. Alexandra Ortolja-Baird is Lecturer in Digital History and Culture at the University of Portsmouth. She tweets at @timetravelallie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law
The phrase, “state of nature”, has been used over centuries to describe the uncultivated state of lands and animals, nudity, innocence, heaven and hell, interstate relations, and the locus of pre- and supra-political rights, such as the right to resistance, to property, to create and leave polities, and the freedom of religion, speech, and opinion, which may be reactivated or reprioritised when the polity and its laws fail. Combining intellectual history with current concerns, Mark Somos and Anne Peters's book The State of Nature: Histories of an Idea (Brill, 2021) together fourteen essays on the past, present and possible future applications of the legal fiction known as the state of nature. Mark Somos, Ph.D. (2007 Harvard, 2014 Leiden), holds the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft's Heisenberg position. He wrote Secularisation and the Leiden Circle (Brill, 2011) and American States of Nature: The Origins of Independence, 1761–1775 (Oxford, 2019). Anne Peters, Ph.D. (1994 Freiburg), is Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg, a Professor at Heidelberg, Freie Universität Berlin, and Basel, and L. Bates Lea Global Law Professor at the University of Michigan. Alexandra Ortolja-Baird is Lecturer in Digital History and Culture at the University of Portsmouth. She tweets at @timetravelallie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
The phrase, “state of nature”, has been used over centuries to describe the uncultivated state of lands and animals, nudity, innocence, heaven and hell, interstate relations, and the locus of pre- and supra-political rights, such as the right to resistance, to property, to create and leave polities, and the freedom of religion, speech, and opinion, which may be reactivated or reprioritised when the polity and its laws fail. Combining intellectual history with current concerns, Mark Somos and Anne Peters's book The State of Nature: Histories of an Idea (Brill, 2021) together fourteen essays on the past, present and possible future applications of the legal fiction known as the state of nature. Mark Somos, Ph.D. (2007 Harvard, 2014 Leiden), holds the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft's Heisenberg position. He wrote Secularisation and the Leiden Circle (Brill, 2011) and American States of Nature: The Origins of Independence, 1761–1775 (Oxford, 2019). Anne Peters, Ph.D. (1994 Freiburg), is Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg, a Professor at Heidelberg, Freie Universität Berlin, and Basel, and L. Bates Lea Global Law Professor at the University of Michigan. Alexandra Ortolja-Baird is Lecturer in Digital History and Culture at the University of Portsmouth. She tweets at @timetravelallie. 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
Co-hosts Idris Elbow and Nookie Bishop, Jr. sit down to discuss bats, social media spying and other shit like that. Librrary to all episodes : https://digitalgumbo.simplecast.com
From Come Follow Me Manual:There was reason to be optimistic about the Saints' newest gathering place, Far West, Missouri, in July 1838. The city was growing rapidly, the land seemed bountiful, and it was revealed that a short distance to the north lay Adam-ondi-Ahman, a place of great spiritual significance (see Doctrine and Covenants 107:53–56; 116). Still, it must have been hard for the Saints not to think about what they had lost. They had been driven from Independence, the appointed center place of Zion, and the chances of returning anytime soon probably seemed slim. In addition, the Saints had to flee Kirtland, Ohio, leaving their beloved temple after only two years. And this time it wasn't just enemies outside the Church causing trouble—many prominent members had turned against Joseph Smith, including the Three Witnesses of the Book of Mormon and four members of the Twelve. Some may have wondered, Is the kingdom of God really growing stronger, or is it getting weaker?Yet the faithful didn't let questions like that stop them. Instead, they started building a new holy place, this time in Far West. They made plans for a new temple. Four new Apostles were called, including two—John Taylor and Wilford Woodruff—who would later become Presidents of the Church (see Doctrine and Covenants 118:6). The Saints learned that doing God's work doesn't mean you never fall; it means you “rise again.” And though you'll have to give up some things, those sacrifices will be sacred to God, even “more sacred … than [your] increase” (Doctrine and Covenants 117:13).See Saints, 1:296–99; “Far West and Adam-ondi-Ahman,” Revelations in Context, 235–41.
The Bois have found themselves in a sticky situation after the Sith lord Mike Lindell chloroformed them with his pillows. How will they make their way through the Alamo now to steal the Texas Declaration of Independence and reverse the abortion vigilante law? Find out in the thrilling conclusion to the Texan Treasure storyline!
Air Date 10/9/2021 Today we take a look at structures and specifics of settler colonialism from around the world including the US, Caribbean, Australia, Israel and Mexico Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows & Bonus Content) CHECK OUT UNF*CKING THE REPUBLIC! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: History of US imperialism in Latin America: From settler colonialism to Pink Tide - Moderate Rebels - Air Date 12-12-20 Ben Norton was invited to give this talk on US imperialism in Latin America, for the Workers' Party of Ireland. He discusses the history from European settler colonialism, through the Monroe Doctrine, the first cold war, and the three revolutions. Ch. 2: Slavery, race and capital in the sixteenth century / Gerald Horne - This Is Hell! - Air Date 7-21-20 Gerald Horne discusses the relationship between racism and expansionist foreign policies Ch. 3: Settler Colonialism Is Behind Climate Denial - Novara Media - Air Date 1-5-20 Australia is on fire. So why do so many of its politicians seem intent on denying the cause? Ch. 4: Pearls for empire / Molly A. Warsh - This Is Hell! - Air Date 9-20-21 Historian Molly A. Warsh on her book "American Baroque: Pearls and the Nature of Empire, 1492-1700" from UNC Press. Ch. 5: Rewriting resistance: how Black rebellion shapes world events - People's Republic - Air Date 8-20-20 This week, we continue our commemoration of Black August with Dr. Gerald Horne, professor of history and author of over 40 books, including The Counter-Revolution of 1776. Ch. 6: Ilan Pappé: Viewing Israel-Palestine Through the Lens of Settler-Colonialism - The East is a Podcast - Air Date 5-13-20 A 2017 lecture by Ilan Pappé titled "The Value of Viewing Israel-Palestine Through the Lens of Settler-Colonialism" hosted by the WRMEA. Ch. 7: Crimes of Apartheid - In The Thick - Air Date 5-14-21 Maria is joined by guest co-host and ITT All-star Jamilah King to discuss the continued violence and attacks against Palestinians by Israeli settlers and forces in Gaza. We hear from Gaza-based journalist Hana Salah about what she is seeing on the ground. MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 8: Rick Perlstein: ‘I was drafted into the project of settler colonialism as a child' - The Real News Podcast - Air Date 8-13-21 Marc talks with Rick Perlstein about growing up Jewish in Milwaukee, the process of unlearning Zionist indoctrination, and how the United States' support of an Israeli ethno-state foments continued violence. Ch. 9: Gerald Horne: Slavery, White Supremacy, & The Roots Of Settler Colonialism - Last Born In The Wilderness - Air Date 5-25-18 Did racism and white supremacy arise as a result of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in the 17th century, or did these concepts exist prior to the mass enslavement of Africans and the genocide of the indigenous peoples on what is now called America? Ch. 10: So Far from God, So Close to the United States w/ Alexander Aviña - American Prestige - Air Date 9-9-21 The boys speak with Alexander Aviña, an assistant professor of history at Arizona State University, about the history of Mexico and U.S.-Mexican Relations from the 1810 Mexican War of Independence to the "drug war" of today. VOICEMAILS Ch. 11: No velvet glove - Nick From California Ch. 12: Followup on conspiracy theory hot take - Nick from California FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 13: Final comments on how conspiracy theorists are like timeshare sales people MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions): Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com Listen Anywhere! BestOfTheLeft.com/Listen Listen Anywhere! Follow at Twitter.com/BestOfTheLeft Like at Facebook.com/BestOfTheLeft Contact me directly at Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com
Show: 045 Top Priority Podcast | Book: Get Out of ControlHost: Duane Lester, Director of Issue Education, Grassroots Leadership AcademyGuests: Neil Chilson, Senior Research Fellow, Technology and Innovation at Stand TogetherNeil Chilson, the senior research fellow for technology and innovation at Stand Together, launched his book, Getting Out of Control: Emergent Leadership in a Complex World, on September 23rd. A frequent guest on Top Priority, he joins us again to discuss his book.Our Vision:We break barriers that stand in the way of people realizing their potential. This moves our society toward one of mutual benefit, where people succeed by helping others improve their lives.History demonstrates people are capable of extraordinary things when they have the opportunity to learn, contribute, and succeed. We can transform society by breaking the internal and external barriers that prevent people from realizing their potential, enabling all people to improve their lives and find fulfillment by helping others do the same.This vision is guided by the following mutually reinforcing principles: Equal Rights A system of equal rights—articulated in the Declaration of Independence—requires respect for the dignity of all people and equality under the law. Mutual Benefit When the values and laws of society respect the dignity of individuals and uphold their rights, people succeed by creating value for others, motivating them to assist rather than harm one another. Openness Equal rights and mutual benefit foster openness by allowing the free movement of ideas, resources and people that generate knowledge, innovation, and opportunity, fueling progress throughout society. Self-Actualization For such a society to exist, its key institutions—education, communities, business, government—remove rather than erect barriers to people realizing their potential and finding fulfillment. As more people have the opportunity to use their unique talents to succeed by helping others improve their lives, society flourishes. To realize this vision, we strive to build movements of millions by inspiring and equipping principled social-change entrepreneurs to bring us closer to a society of mutual benefit by eliminating injustice of all kinds. We stand by our principles at whatever cost, with a commitment to unite with anybody willing to dedicate themselves to any of these goals.Recognizing the magnitude of the task, our efforts are guided by a heightened sense of urgency. We are committed to continually transforming ourselves and our organizations, constantly experimenting, learning and innovating. As we improve and add to our capabilities, new opportunities open, which point to the need for additional capabilities, and so on, in never-ending cycles of improvement and human betterment.Stand Together Website
“All men are created equal…” So says the Declaration of Independence, eloquently penned by Thomas Jefferson. But how do we reconcile the obvious contradiction between Jefferson's words about freedom and his actions as a slave owner? Dinesh D'Souza answers this question. Download the PragerU app today! Prageru.com/join