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The Voice of Reason with Andy Hooser
The Voice of Reason- Tuesday November 29th, 2022

The Voice of Reason with Andy Hooser

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 36:46


Happy Post Monday! Guest Richard Battle, author "Made in America" joins to discuss unity vs divisiveness in country, political rhetoric, and how to get away from politics in daily lives. Are we still fighting for the same thing in the country?  What is one thing the government does/says that you trust? Discussion of forced vaccines, SB on FDA approval of natural remedies, and food that should be labeled as a drug instead of food. Why do we need to register natural options with FDA when they allow dangerous items as food? 

Made in America with Ari Santiago
Lasting 190 years with cultural relevance with Cici Bevin, Bevin Brothers Manufacturing

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 40:46


Cici Bevin is 6th generation, and the Chief Growth Officer, in her family's 190 year old manufacturing business. Although Bevin Brothers Manufacturing also manufactures compressed gas cylinders, they are most famous for their brand, Bevin Bells - the last standing American bell manufacturer.   Cici talks to Ari about the incredible history of the company and their many pivots from making sleigh bells (back when sleighs were standard transportation!) to bells for household machines like washers, to cow bells and Salvation Army holiday bells and more.   The business has been through some amazing ups and downs, and Cici and Ari talk about many of them. This is a fascinating episode!   Cici's Favorite Business Book: Who moved my cheese? Spender Johnson, MD (And a side note, her favorite non-business book is Altas Shrugged!)   Cici Bevin, Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Company Website: https://bevinbells.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bevinbells/ Company Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bevinbells/ Cici's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cicigordon/   Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/   Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/   Ari and Cici discuss: Customer service Foreign competition Teamwork Cultural icons Sleigh bells Polar Express

The Knife Junkie Podcast
Wingard Wearables Zac Wingard - The Knife Junkie Podcast (Episode 371)

The Knife Junkie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022


Zac Wingard of Wingard Wearables joins Bob "The Knife Junkie" DeMarco on Episode 371 of The Knife Junkie Podcast (https://theknifejunkie.com/371).Wingard Wearables creates EDC items out of weapons not thought of for everyday carry, like tomahawks, spears, war clubs and an implement called the "Quill." One thing that many current-day tomahawk makers get wrong (and that Wingard focuses on getting right) is weight. Unlike axes and hatchets, tomahawks are meant to be very light and nimble in the hand and easy to throw.Like the name implies, Wingard Wearable tomahawks, pikes and quills are intended to be worn close to the body and come with kydex sheaths for the sharp and pointy parts. Zac EDCs his Backripper Tomahawk, in-the-waistband, literally all the time. These tomahawks and other implements are not just weapons but also intended for utility use. The new Thumper is a wearable bludgeon designed around the Iroquois war club, made by Zac entirely in house.Each Wingard Wearable is made in America by skilled blacksmiths and bladesmiths and numerous small businesses across three states.Find Wingard Wearables online at https://www.wingardwearables.com and on Instagram (wingard_wearables) at https://www.instagram.com/wingard_wearables.Be sure to support The Knife Junkie and get in on the perks of being a Patron -- including early access to the podcast and exclusive bonus content. https://www.theknifejunkie.com/patreonLet us know what you thought about this episode. Please leave a rating and/or a review. Your feedback is much appreciated. Also, call the listener line at 724-466-4487 or email bob@theknifejunkie.com with any comments, feedback or suggestions on the show, and let us know who you'd like to hear interviewed on an upcoming edition of The Knife Junkie Podcast.To listen to past episodes of the podcast, visit https://theknifejunkie.com/listen. And for professional podcast hosting, use The Knife Junkie's podcast platform of choice -- https://theknifejunkie.com/podhost.

Lighthouse Faith – FOX News Radio
Hobby Lobby CEO/Founder On Faith-Based Business Principles You Won't Learn at Harvard

Lighthouse Faith – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 29:24


Maybe you've seen the cozy Christmas TV commercial featuring two young girls and their competing hot cocoa stands. It's a feel-good moment when they learn to work together, and the message from Hobby Lobby is about the joy of Christmas. What you may not know is that David Green, founder and CEO of Hobby Lobby, began the business some 50 years ago with a $600 bank loan and one principle: "God owns the business." That principle and prayer helped build the arts and crafts mom-and-pop operation into a national chain with 50,000 employees, nearly a thousand stores, and an annual gross income of eight billion dollars. Oh, and one other principle that would make a business executive faint... Hobby Lobby gives away 50 percent of its profits. This is a "Made in America" story you rarely hear. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, David Green (not related to the host), and his co-author Bill High, founder and executive chairman of The Signatry, talk about their book, "Leadership NOT by the Book," explaining how a business can be based on faith and still be successful. Green is living proof. Hear how he also stood his ground in a culture war that went all the way to the United States Supreme Court. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Megalithic Marvels & Mysteries
5 Strange Ancient Discoveries made in North America

Megalithic Marvels & Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 19:47


In this episode, Derek shares 5 strange ancient discoveries that were made in America in the late 1800s & early 1900s. These discoveries were documented by real newspaper articles at the time, and have been verifies by the Library of Congress. You are not going to want to miss this! SHOW NOTES Egypt Tour Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Article 4 Article 5 Follow Megalithic Marvels on the following platforms: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/megalithicm... Blog - https://megalithicmarvels.com/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpiP... Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/megalithicma... TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@megalithicmarvels Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/10186... Twitter - https://twitter.com/MegMarvels

Sense of Soul Podcast
Balancing Motherhood and Entrepreneurship

Sense of Soul Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 53:05


Today we have on Sense of Soul Podcast, Marta Miller she is the Co-Founder and CEO of Lefty Production, a one-stop US apparel manufacturer with 40-time full employees, that helps companies like Walmart, Target, Free People, Splendid, Ella Moss, and Urban Outfitters grow. Recently she purchased Stitch Texas, a US-based cut & sew development studio, offering made-in-America apparel and sewn products with in-house development services.  Marta has 15+ years experience in the fashion industry and is a two-time entrepreneur. Her first business was Moody Mamas, a trendy maternity clothing line that dressed everyone from Heidi Klum and Jessica Alba to Tori Spelling and Laila Ali. The line also sold at Nordstrom, Target and all other major retail stores. They also produced the official athletic uniforms for the second seasons of NBC's Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge, Netflix's Ultimate Beastmaster, and the official bomber jackets of the Guns N' Roses: Not in This Lifetime Tour. Today she joined Shanna to share how she successfully balances motherhood and entrepreneurship without going crazy! https://www.leftyproductionco.com @leftyproductionco https://www.stitchtexas.com Visit Sense of Soul at www.mysenseofsoul.com Do you want Ad Free episodes? Join our Sense of Soul Patreon, our community of seekers and lightworkers. Also recieve 50% off of Shanna's Soul Immersion experience as a Patreon member, monthly Sacred circles, Shanna and Mande's personal mini series, Sense of Soul merch and more. https://www.patreon.com/senseofsoul Thank you to our Sponsors!  INTENTION WAVE: www.intentionwave.com Use code SOS15 for discount. KACHAVA:  https:// kachava.com/senseofsoul Use this link for 10% off  

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #107: Leitner-Poma of America President Daren Cole

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 71:10


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This podcast hit paid subscribers' inboxes on Nov. 23. It dropped for free subscribers on Nov. 26. To receive future pods as soon as they're live, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.WhoDaren Cole, President of Leitner-Poma of AmericaRecorded onNovember 10, 2022About Leitner-Poma of AmericaHere's the website boilerplate:Leitner-Poma of America offers a complete line of cable transport systems, including surface lifts, chairlifts, gondolas, MiniMetro® urban transport, trams, inclined elevators, and industrial trams.And this, which makes me go cross-eyed:Leitner-Poma of America, Inc. is a North American subsidiary of Poma S.A., a corporation with headquarters in Voreppe, France and a sister company of Leitner AG, a corporation with headquarters in Sterzing, Italy. Leitner–Poma of America engineers, manufactures, installs and services all types of ropeway systems for the ski industry, amusement parks, and urban transport.Cole and I sort through all of this on the podcast. What you need to understand though is that Leitner-Poma is basically one half of the U.S. ski-lift industry. The company also owns Skytrac, which only builds fixed-grip lifts. The other half of the industry is Doppelmayr, though saying “half” is not exactly correct: Doppelmayr claims more market share than Leitner-Poma. Other companies also claim a handful of lift projects most years - MND is building Waterville Valley's new six-pack, for example, and Partek is building the new Sandy quad at Saddleback.Why I interviewed himThe Storm is built around a very specific ethos: that machines are good, and that we should allow them to transport us to mountaintops. I respect and admire Uphill Bro. If I lived in the mountains, perhaps I would be him. But I do not and I am not. I am a tourist. Always and everywhere. I want to arrive to an organized experience. Uphilling is too much work, too much gear, too much risk for my coddled city soul.And so I ride lifts, and I've very specifically focused this newsletter and podcast on the world of lift-served skiing. This is the disconnect between 99 percent of skiers and 99 percent of ski writers. The former live in cities and suburbs and ski Seven Springs three to eight days per year and take a weeklong trip to Park City in February. The latter live in ski towns and hunt the novel by trade, normalizing the fringe. And while I enjoy the occasional Assault Mission recap of the skin up Mount Tahoe Grizzly Ridge, I don't really care (though I do enjoy following - and highly recommend - the WFG on Twitter or simpleskiing.com).What I care about is The Machine: how is this sprawling, tangled world of lift-served skiing continuously morphing into the wintertime realms of the 21st century, in which a relatively unchanging number of ski areas must accommodate a megapass-driven increase in skiers armed with rectangular megaphones capable of instantly broadcasting #LiftFails to Planet Earth's 5 billion internet users? How will an industry still spinning a not-immaterial number of Borvig, Hall, Riblet, and Yan lifts that pre-date the invention of written language modernize without bankrupting the hundreds of family-owned ski areas that still dot the continent? How far can technology push these simple but essential machines, and how high can that technology push their pricetags? How far can ski areas tap them to suck skiers out of the base before they multiply, Midwest cityhill-style, like ants across the mountain and create something more dangerous than congested liftlines – congested, and perilous, trails?This podcast does not really answer any of those questions, though all are recurring themes within The Storm. Instead, it acts as a primer on what is essentially one half of the U.S. ski industry: what is Leitner-Poma (and how, for God's sake, do you pronounce it)? What do they build, and where and how? Why are ski areas building so many lifts all of a sudden, and why are those projects encountering so many and so varied delays, from labor shortages to supply chain knots to permitting issues to locals rocking their pitchfork-and-bag-of-rotten-tomatoes NIMBY starter kits to town meetings? Is all this construction sustainable, and can Leitner-Poma and their main competitor, Doppelmayr, adapt to this demand and streamline their processes to forestall future construction delays?Lift design, construction, and installation is a fascinating, complicated world tucked into - and a fundamental component of - the fascinating, complicated world of lift-served skiing. And it is evolving as fast as skiing itself. Here's a peek inside.What we talked aboutThe wild and unexpected travel routes of an old-school salesman for Purgatory-Durango ski resort; working for Vail Associates in the Arrowhead/pre-Summit County days; Wild West days at Crested Butte; the insane, rapid evolution of the U.S. lift industry; the days when you could order a lift in August and have it spinning by Christmas; how Covid changed the lift game; when you take over a giant company just before a global pandemic; U.S.A.!; the legacies Leitner and Poma, and why the companies merged in 2000; Grand Junction as old-school ski hub and why it's a great place for manufacturing; how the Leitner-Poma subsidiary-parent company relationship works between Europe and America; Direct Drive; U.S. America hates mass transit; “a chairlift or a gondola is essentially an electric vehicle”; what it will take to spur greater urban lift development in America; what Leitner-Poma of America (LPOA) builds in Grand Junction, and what's imported from Europe; why LPOA bought Skytrac; expansion time; why the fixed-grip lift persists in our era of bigger-faster-better; how long can America's antique lift fleet last?; what may finally push independent ski areas rocking ancient Halls and Riblets to upgrade; a record year for LPOA; the changing culture around chairlift permits; breaking down the delays in Jackson Hole's Thunder lift as a mirror for lift-installation delays around the country; why haul ropes aren't made in America, and whether they could be; “at the end of the day, I own those delays”; building a better supply chain; are two-year lift builds the future?; labor shortages and building a better place to work; examining the lifts that are on time and why; building the Palisades Tahoe Base-to-Base Gondola; the differences between building on an all-new liftline versus building a replacement lift; how LPOA, the ski area, and the ski area planner work together to decide which lifts to put where; the return of the high-speed quad; and designing a better 2023 lift-construction season.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewWe are witnessing one of the busiest lift-construction seasons in modern times: 66 new or relocated lifts are rising across North America, according to Lift Blog. Some monsters, too: new gondolas at Palisades Tahoe, Whistler, and Steamboat; eight-packs at Boyne Mountain and Sunday River; 13 high-speed six-packs. Here's an overview of the 25 (or 26, if you insist) lifts that Leitner-Poma of America and its subsidiary, fixed-grip specialists Skytrac, are building:Cole joined Leitner-Poma of America in 2014. The company built six lifts that year (Skytrac, then an independent company, built another six). Scaling up any business is challenging, but scaling up amidst a re-ordering of the global economy and geopolitical environment, and in the midst of a pandemic, is flipping the game to MAXIMUM CHALLENGE mode.The modern world is both miraculous and mysterious. Where does all this crap come from? An incomprehensible network of mines and foundries and factories and warehouses and tools and vehicles and fuel and laborers and engineers and designers transform the raw materials of planet Earth into medicine and chairs and soccer balls and televisions and Broncos and yard furniture and suitcases and Thule boxes and Hanukkah candles and plastic dinosaurs and Optimus Prime toys. And chairlifts. A book documenting that journey would be an atlas of modern life and this spinning ball it occupies. It would also expose the enormous risks and faults in this impossibly far-flung system, and how a haul rope spun out of a European factory can impact construction on a lift rising up a Wyoming mountainside.Questions I wish I'd askedCole said that LPOA had re-sourced all the materials it had been getting in China to U.S. suppliers. I should have followed up to get a clearer understanding of why the company pulled out of China, and which parts had been flowing from that country.What I got wrong* In our discussion of urban gondola networks and whether we could ever see one in the United States, I pointed to how well existing systems had worked in “South America, Central America, and Mexico.” While such networks exist throughout South America (in Colombia, Bolivia, and Venezuela), and Mexico, none yet exist in Central America, as far as I can tell. While such systems have been proposed for Panama and Honduras, the one that appears closest to approval is an 8.9-kilometer, 11-station network in Guatemala City that would be built by Doppelmayr.* I stated that only seven of New York's 51 ski areas ran high-speed chairlifts. The correct number is eight: Belleayre (1), Windham (4), Hunter (3), Gore (2), Whiteface (1), Holiday Valley (4), Bristol (2), and Holimont (1).* I pronounced the name of the company as “Lee-tner-Poma” several times throughout the interview. I actually butchered it so bad that I re-recorded Cole's introduction – during which I included the name four times – after we spoke. Sorry dudes.Podcast NotesCole, in discussing his time with what was then known as “Vail Associates,” referred to the “Arrowhead days.” This is a reference to what is now the Arrowhead section of Beaver Creek, but was for a short time in the 1980s and ‘90s a separate ski area. Here's the 1988 trailmap:The modern Beaver Creek retains some of the old trailnames on what tends to be a very empty part of the resort:Additional thoughts on urban gondolasIt took about four seconds from the invention of the chairlift for engineers to realize they could attach a little house to the overhead cable instead of a chair. Tada: the gondola. Let's go skiing.But a gondola, it turns out, is a pretty efficient means of transit just about anywhere. It just took the world a while to realize it. Since 2014, La Paz, the high-altitude (12,000 feet!) Bolivian capital city, has built a massive gondola network stringing together its far-flung districts:While Mi Teleférico – as the system is known – was not the world's first urban gondola system, it is the first to consist solely of cable cars – other systems complement trains or buses. It is also the longest and most extensive. And it is getting longer – at full buildout, the system could consist of 11 lines and 30 stations. The only thing more astonishing than the speed with which this network has materialized is how incredibly inexpensive it has been to build: gondolaproject.com puts the total cost of the 11-line network at around $1.4 billion. For comparison's sake, New York City's three-station expansion of the Q subway line, which opened in 2017, ran $4.5 billion.Gondolas are relatively cheap, efficient, environmentally friendly, and insanely easy to build compared to new roads or rails. Which of course means U.S. Americans are terrified of them. It's true that the nation, as a whole, is allergic to mass transit, preferring to tool around in 18-wheel-drive F-950s. Fighting anything new is the U.S. American way (where were these NIMBYs when we were punching interstate highways through city centers in the 1950s?). But generations raised in the backs of minivans seem especially horrified by gondolas. The hysteria around the proposed Little Cottonwoods gondola – which would substantially mitigate atrocious powder-day and weekend traffic on a road that probably never should have been built to begin with – is indicative of U.S. American reaction toward non-ski gondolas in general. Everywhere such systems – or even simple, two-station lines – are proposed, they meet instant and widespread resistance.There are practical reasons why the U.S. has not yet developed an urban gondola network: most of our cities are too sprawling to tie together with anything other than surface transportation (i.e. buses). La Paz, the Bolivian model city cited above, is hilly and tight, laced with narrow webs of centuries-old roads that would be difficult to widen. But there are places such systems would make sense, either as standalone networks or as complements to existing train-and-bus lines: Chicago, Portland (Oregon), New York City, many college towns. A forthcoming gondola connecting a Paris suburb to the city's metro, soaring over a “hellish carscape” of highways, demonstrates the potential here.Any such proposal in U.S. America, however, will have to overcome the reflexive opposition that will attend it. In Utah, Little Cottonwood gondola proponents are fighting a basket of idiotic arguments ranging from aesthetic concerns over the height of the towers (as though a car-choked paved road is not atrocious) to indignance over taxpayer funding for the machine (as though tax dollars don't build roads) to warped arguments that mass transit is somehow elitist (instead insisting that we all need personal vehicles equipped with $1,000 sets of winter tires). It's all a little pathetic. And that's for a simple, three-station line way up in the mountains. Just wait until some Portland resident launches a Save Our Cats campaign because a rider in a passing gondola car might glimpse Fluffy pissing in her litterbox.I'm cynical, but Cole, fortunately, is far more optimistic and diplomatic, suggesting that it will really only take one successful instance of a non-ski, non-tourist-attraction gondola for the notion to take hold in America. I hope he's right.The Storm explores the world of lift-served skiing year round. Join us.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 126/100 in 2022, and number 372 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane, which, given the Little Cottonwood take above, I fully expect). You can also email skiing@substack.com. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Made in America with Ari Santiago
Creating new products to solve customer problems with Tim Kane, Goodway Technologies

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 45:21


In his twenties, Tim Kane, President and CEO of Goodway Technologies, got a taste of patenting new products that solved problems he knew he could fix - he never looked back! Over the years, Tim has found holes in the industrial cleaning market and has used ingenuity and a great team of engineers to build the solutions his customers need. In the process he has taken Goodway Technologies from zero to 85 patents! Tim credits peer communities like YPO for helping him learn skills along the way to make himself and his business stronger.    Tim's Favorite Business Podcast: How I Built This Tim Kane, Goodway Technologies Company Website: https://www.goodway.com/ Company LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/goodway-technologies Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodwayTechnologies Company Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodwaytechnologies/ Company Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoodwayMachines Company YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/GoodwayTechnologies Tim's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-kane-71329142/ Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/ Ari and Tim discuss: Patents HVAC Industrial cleaning YPO Innovation

The Manufacturing Report
Made in Connecticut Mystic Knotwork Ties Family Tradition with Modern Business

The Manufacturing Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 22:13


The 2022 Made in America Holiday Gift Guide is out! Though this year's Made in Connecticut gift pick is new to us, Mystic Knotwork has been around since 1957. Founded by a WWII veteran who was a leader in the nautical arts community, Mystic Knotwork is preserving the tradition of nautical knots. But the founder's grandson, Matt Beaudoin, is ushering the business into the modern era. Here's how he's doing it. https://www.americanmanufacturing.org/blog/the-2022-made-in-america-holiday-gift-guide/ Photo courtesy of Mystic Knotwork

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
This Week in Enterprise Tech 520: Catchpoint and Release

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 69:15


Apple to use US-made chips in 2024, vulnerabilities in space, network observability with Catchpoint, and more. Zero-trust initiatives stall, as cyberattack costs rocket to $1M per incident Tim Cook says Apple will use chips made in America from 2024 Spacecraft vulnerable to failure, thanks to aerospace networking bug Amazon to cut around 10,000 corporate and tech jobs, making largest layoffs in its history ISP deploys fiber service with a wrinkle - the users themselves own each network Catchpoint CMO Gerardo Dada talks about network monitoring and observability Hosts: Curtis Franklin and Brian Chee Guest: Gerardo Dada Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT Code Comments nureva.com/twit

This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)
TWiET 520: Catchpoint and Release - Apple to use US-made chips, Amazon layoffs, observability with Catchpoint

This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 68:56


Apple to use US-made chips in 2024, vulnerabilities in space, network observability with Catchpoint, and more. Zero-trust initiatives stall, as cyberattack costs rocket to $1M per incident Tim Cook says Apple will use chips made in America from 2024 Spacecraft vulnerable to failure, thanks to aerospace networking bug Amazon to cut around 10,000 corporate and tech jobs, making largest layoffs in its history ISP deploys fiber service with a wrinkle - the users themselves own each network Catchpoint CMO Gerardo Dada talks about network monitoring and observability Hosts: Curt Franklin and Brian Chee Guest: Gerardo Dada Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT Code Comments nureva.com/twit

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HD)
TWiET 520: Catchpoint and Release - Apple to use US-made chips, Amazon layoffs, observability with Catchpoint

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 69:15


Apple to use US-made chips in 2024, vulnerabilities in space, network observability with Catchpoint, and more. Zero-trust initiatives stall, as cyberattack costs rocket to $1M per incident Tim Cook says Apple will use chips made in America from 2024 Spacecraft vulnerable to failure, thanks to aerospace networking bug Amazon to cut around 10,000 corporate and tech jobs, making largest layoffs in its history ISP deploys fiber service with a wrinkle - the users themselves own each network Catchpoint CMO Gerardo Dada talks about network monitoring and observability Hosts: Curt Franklin and Brian Chee Guest: Gerardo Dada Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT Code Comments nureva.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Enterprise Tech 520: Catchpoint and Release

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 68:56


Apple to use US-made chips in 2024, vulnerabilities in space, network observability with Catchpoint, and more. Zero-trust initiatives stall, as cyberattack costs rocket to $1M per incident Tim Cook says Apple will use chips made in America from 2024 Spacecraft vulnerable to failure, thanks to aerospace networking bug Amazon to cut around 10,000 corporate and tech jobs, making largest layoffs in its history ISP deploys fiber service with a wrinkle - the users themselves own each network Catchpoint CMO Gerardo Dada talks about network monitoring and observability Hosts: Curtis Franklin and Brian Chee Guest: Gerardo Dada Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT Code Comments nureva.com/twit

Manufacturing Talk Radio
Want It Made In America? Ask For It?

Manufacturing Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 36:15


In this episode of Moser On Manufacturing, Harry stresses the importance of consumers communicating to retailers their desire to buy made-in-USA products and that retailers should make it easy to find those products on their shelves. Lew and Harry talk about what defines “made in America” when it comes to the parts used in a product, and Lew shares his solution for the skills gap by way of immigration policy.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Reason Video
Biden's 'Made In America' Plan Is Bullying Homeowners Off Their Land to Build a Taxpayer-Subsidized Chip Plant

Reason Video

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 13:55


Michelle Nuzzo-Kelly remembers feeling somewhat bewildered the first time someone called and offered to buy her house out of the... The post Biden's 'Made In America' Plan Is Bullying Homeowners Off Their Land to Build a Taxpayer-Subsidized Chip Plant appeared first on Reason.com.

Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl
Ep. 160 - Jeff O'Neil of Industrial Arts

Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 83:51


"A few months ago I was visiting Industrial Arts, a brewery in New York's Hudson valley to record a few episodes of Steal This Beer. Jeff O'Neil, the brewery's founder and brewmaster, was walking us through his impressive 100 hectolitre system and sharing a sneak peak of some non-alcoholic beers he was working on.  This week those beverages are hitting the marketplace so it seemed fitting to have him on this show to talk about the evolution and process.  And we'll get to that, but first we'll go into that brewery system and he'll illustrate how it has been constructed to benefit his IPAs, which are some of the very best being made in America right now, and how that even extends into the fields.  He's a member of the hop quality group, and spent time in Germany this year around harvest, and shares his observations and insights from walking those farms.  Jeff, as you'll hear, is a thoughtful brewer. His career has spanned more than 20 years and he worked at a number of breweries on both coasts before opening Industrial Arts six years ago.  From where it was at the start to where it is now is impressive to hear and before we got started with the recording he said he doesn't spend too much time brewing these days, but rather stands on the brew deck and points and tells stories.  And that's where we start, with an extended index finger and this tale of modern engineering."-John Holl This Episode is Sponsored By:Pro BrewerWe bring original articles to ProBrewer.com twice a week covering issues important to the beer industry and aimed at helping breweries of all sizes understand different facets of the business.  Check out our articles on ProBrewer.com every Tuesday and Thursday and visit the site daily for other original content and to stay connected with the beer industry. For more Drink Beer, Think Beer check out All About Beer. Host: John Holl Guest: Jeff O'Neil Sponsors: Pro Brewer, All About Beer Tags: Beer, Brewing, IPA, Non-Alcoholic, Hops, Germany, Technology, Craft

The Curious Professor
HOW RACE IS MADE IN AMERICA WITH DR. NATALIA MOLINA

The Curious Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 27:34


MacArthur Fellow Dr. Natalia Molina discusses the intersection of race, gender, culture, and citizenship .  Her book A Place at the Nayarit unveils the hidden history of a restaurant in Echo Park, Los Angeles that nourished its community of Mexican immigrants with a sense of belonging.The Curious Professor is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

The Cyberlaw Podcast
Election Aftershocks for Cyberlaw

The Cyberlaw Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 66:29


We open this episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast by considering the (still evolving) results of the 2022 midterm election. Adam Klein and I trade thoughts on what Congress will do. Adam sees two years in which the Senate does nominations, the House does investigations, and neither does much legislation—which could leave renewal of the critically important intelligence authority, Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), out in the cold. As supporters of renewal, we conclude that the best hope for the provision is to package it with trust-building measures to restore Republicans' willingness to give national security agencies broad surveillance authorities. I also note that foreign government cyberattacks on our election, which have been much anticipated in election after election, failed once again to make an appearance. At this point, election interference is somewhere between Y2K and Bigfoot on the “things we should have worried about” scale. In other news, cryptocurrency conglomerate FTX has collapsed into bankruptcy, stolen funds, and criminal investigations. Nick Weaver lays out the gory details. A new panelist on the podcast, Chinny Sharma, explains to a disbelieving U.S. audience the U.K. government's plan to scan all the country's internet-connected devices for vulnerabilities. Adam and I agree that it could never happen here. Nick wonders why the U.K. government does not use a private service for the task.  Nick also covers This Week in the Twitter Dogpile. He recognizes that this whole story is turning into a tragedy for all concerned, but he is determined to linger on the comic relief. Dunning-Krueger makes an appearance.  Chinny and I speculate on what may emerge from the Biden administration's plan to reconsider the relationship between the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Sector Risk Management Agencies that otherwise regulate important sectors. I predict turf wars and new authorities for CISA in response. The Obama administration's egregious exemption of Silicon Valley from regulation as critical infrastructure should also be on the chopping block. Finally, if the next two Supreme Court decisions go the way I hope, the Federal Trade Commission will finally have to coordinate its privacy enforcement efforts with CISA's cybersecurity standards and priorities.  Adam reviews the European Parliament's report on Europe's spyware problems. He's impressed (as am I) by the report's willingness to acknowledge that this is not a privacy problem made in America. Governments in at least four European countries by our count have recently used spyware to surveil members of the opposition, a problem that was unthinkable for fifty years in the United States. This, we agree, is another reason that Congress needs to put guardrails against such abuse in place quickly. Nick notes the U.S. government's seizure of what was $3 billion in bitcoin. Shrinkflation has brought that value down to around $800 million. But it is still worth noting that an immutable blockchain brought James Zhong to justice ten years after he took the money.   Disinformation—or the appalling acronym MDM (for mis-, dis-, and mal-information)—has been in the news lately. A recent paper counted the staggering cost of “disinformation” suppression during coronavirus times. And Adam published a recent piece in City Journal explaining just how dangerous the concept has become. We end up agreeing that national security agencies need to focus on foreign government dezinformatsiya—falsehoods and propaganda from abroad – and not get in the business of policing domestic speech, even when it sounds a lot like foreign leaders we do not like.  Chinny takes us into a new and fascinating dispute between the copyleft movement, GitHub, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) that writes code. The short version is that GitHub has been training an AI engine on all the open source code on the site so that it can “autosuggest” lines of new code as you are writing the boring parts of your program. The upshot is that open source code that the AI strips off the license conditions, such as copyleft, that are part of some open source code. Not surprisingly, copyleft advocates are suing on the ground that important information has been left off their code, particularly the provision that turns all code that uses the open source into open source itself. I remind listeners that this is why Microsoft famously likened open source code to cancer. Nick tells me that it is really more like herpes, thus demonstrating that he has a lot more fun coding than I ever had.  In updates and quick hits: I note that the peanut butter sandwich nuclear spies have been sentenced. Adam celebrates TSMC's decision to build a 3 nanometer semiconductor fab in Arizona. We cross sword about whether the fab capital of the U.S. will be Phoenix or Austin.   I celebrate the Russian government's acknowledgment of the Cyberlaw Podcast's reach when it designated long-time regular Dmitri Alperovitch for Russian sanctions. Occasional guest Chris Krebs also makes the list. www.mid.ru Adam and I flag the Department of Justice's release of basic rules for what I am calling the Euroappeasement court: the quasi-judicial body that will hear European complaints that the U.S. is not living up to human rights standards that no country in Europe even pretends to live up to. 

Live Greatly
Aviator Nation's Founder Paige Mycoskie's Take on Creating with Passion, Purpose and Authenticity

Live Greatly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 36:24


Are you looking to boost creativity and get inspired? In this Live Greatly Podcast episode Kristel Bauer sat down with Paige Mycoskie, Founder and President of the 1970's inspired California lifestyle brand, Aviator Nation, for a behind the scenes look into how Aviator Nation got started, how Paige boosts creativity, her unique take on company culture as well as how she manages stress and finds inner balance. Tune in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode: A look into how Aviator Nation got started How Paige went from working at a surf shop to being the founder of Aviator Nation What Paige does do to boost creativity A look into Paige's leadership style How Paige finds inner balance and manages stress Why Aviator Nation's clothes are made in America Fun things in the works for Aviator Nation About Paige Mycoskie: FOUNDER & PRESIDENT OF AVIATOR NATION Paige Mycoskie is an American artist, fashion designer, and businesswoman, best known as the founder and owner of the 70's-inspired California lifestyle brand, Aviator Nation.  Paige was named GQ Magazines Designer of the Year, one of LA Business Journals Top Bosses Under 30 and was featured in Forbes Magazine as one of the United State's most successful female founders. Born in Texas, and an avid athlete, she was a state Volleyball champion, and on the Arizona State University Water Ski Team all while attending the Walter Cronkite School for Journalism.  Paige began her career at Shape Magazine and shifted focus to freelance photography, video, graphic design, and branding. She developed successful campaigns in branding and commercials, including TOMS Shoes.  Paige then decided to create her own clothing line - sewing, dying, and designing each piece herself.   Her beloved brand, Aviator Nation, was established in 2006 with the focus to create quality Made in America clothing.  Another goal for Paige was to connect fashion with music while raising funds for charities and generating an awareness of our collective consciousness.  Today Aviator Nation is a multi-million dollar business with 16 store locations across the US – including event space Dreamland in Malibu and wellness studio, RIDE, in Santa Monica - and a factory in downtown Los Angeles that employs over 300 people.  The garments are still Made in America after 15 years and Paige continues to inspire other companies to push the limits on manufacturing local.  With a passion for philanthropy, she has worked with a variety of nonprofits including Charity Water; Surf Aid; Heal the Bay; The Flatwater Foundation; and Global Citizen with proceeds aiding in their ongoing campaign to end poverty. The brand also has partnerships with SXSW, Austin City Limits Music Festival; Lollapalooza Music Festival; and with John Mayer's previous concert tours. Website: https://www.aviatornation.com/  Instagram: @aviatornation @paigemycoskie LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paige-mycoskie-17a9b56/  https://www.linkedin.com/company/aviator-nation/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AviatorNation/  About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur.  Kristel brings her expertise & extensive experience in Corporate Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Mindset, Resilience, Self-Care, and Stress Management to in-person and virtual events as Professional Keynote Speaker.  If you are looking for a female motivational speaker to inspire and empower your audience to reclaim their well-being, inner motivation and happiness, Kristel's message will leave a lasting impression. Kristel would be happy to discuss partnering with you to make your next event one to remember! Speaking Topics can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. Website: www.livegreatly.co  Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co  LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions.  Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations.  They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration.  Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests.  Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content.  Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.

Find Her Seat
Busy Beauties - Monica Pittenger

Find Her Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 21:00


Former teacher, turned stay at home mom, turned owner of two companies. Busy Beauties is a hair care skin care company. Our products are made with real ingredients for the busy women. Wash Yo Self is our newest company. We make oversized face and body wipes for all athletes. Both our companies products are made in America with clean ingredients. However, my greatest accomplishment is being a mom to my 3 teenage boys.

Made in America with Ari Santiago
Part 2- Live from the 2022 ACM Aerospace Alley Tradeshow!

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 58:06


Here's another set of phenomenal interviews from the floor of the Aerospace Component Manufacturer's Aerospace Alley Tradeshow. It's a high energy location with some high energy guests. Ari starts out talking to Paul Lavoie, Connecticut's Chief Manufacturing Officer about the excitement surrounding the tradeshow and the high interest level of the students who attended the morning program. They then do a deeper dive into the state's 4 major initiatives for the Aerospace industry.   At 15:46 Kevin Vicha, CEO of Bromford Group, joins Ari to talk about his cool history in the aerospace industry, the growth of Bromford Group and his positivity about getting young students interested in the aerospace field. Then, join Ari at 33:07 when he speaks to Susan Kasa, CO & President of Boulevard Machine and Gear about her involvement in the ACM organization and it's work with student as well as the work her company is doing in the space sector. Finally, at 44:08 Ari talks to Lou Melluzzo, President and CEO or Air Industries Group, about the cool things they are making, their apprenticeship program, and the value of building and connecting with organizations like the ACM.      Paul Lavoie, Chief Manufacturing Officer, State of Connecticut Paul's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulslavoie/ Kevin Vicha, Bromford Group: Company Website: https://www.bromfordindustries.com/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bromford-group/ Kevin's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinvicha/ Susan Kasa, Boulevard Machine & Gear Company Website: https://boulevardmachine.com/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/boulevard-machine-&-gear-inc/ Susan's LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-kasa-35aa1011/ Lou Melluzzo Company website: https://airindustriesgroup.com/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/air-industries-group/ Lou's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lou-melluzzo-b8685742/ Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/

The Debbie Nigro Show
Photo Booths Booming? It's The ‘Experience'

The Debbie Nigro Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 15:00


A Front Page Wall Street Journal Article This Week About Photo Booths had Allen Weisberg's phone ringing off the hook. Allen is the Founder & CEO Of Apple Industries, The World's Largest Photo Booth Manufacturer who's been in the business 50 years. He was thrilled that photo booths landed on the WSJ front page. “To get some recognition on just how successful photo booths  are and how much people love them is just great.” said, Allen.  I adore Allen, and have come to love the photo booth business. He's an awesome entrepreneur and icon in the amusements industry. I started working with him to stir up and tee up new photo booth location opportunities. (Like these cool Motown Museum Photo Booths that debuted outdoors in Detroit this Summer) So I was bummed WSJ writer Hannah Miao had not called Allen Weisberg to comment in the article, "Vintage Photo Booths Are Back, and Baffling Newbies. ‘It's Not an iPad.' Allen's spent decades modernizing the photo booth while successfully keeping the tradition of them in tact. He and his company Apple Industries are experts are bringing new technology together with old technology and making it work. I called Allen in his car live from the show so he could share why the Photo Booth phenomena still going strong in 2022. Though you might find it incredible in this age of selfies and cell phone cameras that anybody would want to go into a photo booth and take a picture…They do. The experience is just as important as the actual photo strip The Experience. Allen points out, “You can do stuff in a photo booth that is fun that wouldn't do if people were watching you. Have a little fun, kiss your boyfriend or girlfriend, make silly faces. When people close the curtain in a photo booth people they don't feel uncomfortable doing something goofy. And sooo many people get engaged in photo booths. The first shot a smile the second a kiss, the 3rd “Will You Marry Me?, the 4th shot the ring and the big smile ear to ear.” He added, “Just like the Photo booths from the 1930's you can still get black & white photo strips, but now you can also have them I color. And true to keeping up with the times, we've added video so people can see what they look like in video and upload their video right there to ‘Tik Tok' and they're a star and maybe their video will go viral.” Photo booths, Allen points out, are as old as American pie. They're part of our culture from when great grandparents brought their kids into photo booths, they their kids brought their kids, and the tradition got passed on and on. But now?  “Photo booth are drawing young generations that didn't grow up with the machine. the young digitally exposed generation  not grow up with these booths so they don't know how they work.” Here's an Interesting fact Allen shared. If you're 30 years old or younger you do not remember taking a 35mm camera to the drug store and to have your pictures developed so it's almost magic that you go into a photo booth and your face is now printed on a piece of paper. The photo booth is an experience and a lot more fun than having a photo is stuck in your phone. It's a great souvenir. In fact in many places, it's the least expensive souvenir with the most lasting impact as photo strips stay around for years. Case in point. This one on my refrigerator from ten years ago captured the annual gal pal trip to the Jersey Shore. Makes me smile. Photo booths make everybody smile, especially companies who are smart enough to brand them. The ‘no out of pocket' revenue share is very appealing and besides being cash cows, the brands name lives on with the memory and the memorable experience that brought a smile. Its' a win / win for everyone. Tens of thousand of photo booths are out there in the US in all kinds of shapes and sizes, many with accessibility for the disabled, and with all kinds of custom branding. Allen's clients are Disney, Marvel, Regal Theaters, MLB, restaurant chains, hotels, airports, museums, malls, restaurants, bars and more. He just opened an office in London and said photo booths are exploding there too. They love them as much as we do. At one recent trade show they made deals to place over 200 photo booths in the UK. Made In America too! Apple Industries manufactures their photo booths in Upstate New York. Allen's talented and creative employees will custom design a photo booth theme for any venue interested in jumping on board this nostalgia trend. It's a fabulous no-out-of-pocket-revenue share opportunity and a brilliant souvenir. I'd love to personally introduce you to Allen and Apple Industries if you'd like to explore this photo booth idea for your location. Message me here or email me.

Stark After Dark
Made In America (Feat. Darien Sills-Evans)

Stark After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 124:14


What if Sean Fury's "Bi-Racial Girl" was a movie? This week we discuss 1993's misfire, Made In America starring Whoopie Goldberg, Ted Danson, Nia Long and Will Smith. Helping us break it all down is the man who gave Cameron his first big break and cast member on East New York on CBS, Darien Sills-Evans! We talk about what went wrong with the plot of this one, the infamous Ted Danson blackface incident, and what exactly is "D-estiny"? Also Darien talks about his time as an extra in Scent of a Woman and Malcolm X.  If you want to see Darien doing his thing in a bigger role, check out East New York on Sundays on CBS. You can also follow him on Twitter and Instagram @dasefatcap.  And as always, you can find us on Twitter (for now) @white_pod and reach us at whitepeoplewontsaveyoupod@gmail.com We love to hear from you! And speaking of, we'll be doing a few Wakanda Forever round ups in the coming weeks so be on the look out for those! We'll be back next week with *shudders* November Criminals. 

Namsayin: Cars & Convos
PNW community highlights

Namsayin: Cars & Convos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 108:44


The three amigos are full of laughs this episode, catching up with each other on personal items as well as talking about the latest automotive news and entertainment. Starting with Hyundai breaking ground on their newest EV and battery plant, right here in America. Hyundai is investing billions into US jobs and future economic development with this mega plant. The fellas dive deep into what this means for the American car and American car brand identity. The guys discuss the future of cars made in America and what that tells us about the American work force, and what more EV adoption in the US means for EV worldwide. Next up is the million dollar mustang, recently Ford auctioned off one of their 2023 GT500 mustangs and it fetched a hefty $1,000,000 dollars for charity. The fellas talk about the good, charity like this can do for the community at large when handled responsibly and what owning a million dollar mustang truly means. Then the boys talk about the ever growing EV market. Specifically, what seems to be a bit of an over saturation of the market in certain areas. The fellas touch on specific models by manufacturers that seem to fill no spot in the lineup. The guys discuss who these models are being made for and does it make sense, in a new technology market, to have so many options that are not drastically different from each other. Moving into factory performance and upgrades, the troop discusses the 2.7 inch factory lift kit, available for the Toyota Tundra. This completely manufacturer supplied kit keeps the warranty intact and will bolt up exactly as intended with no fabrication or DIY need. The guys discuss the bonus in having performance supplied by manufacturers. What it means for other major manufacturers that a conservative brand, like Toyota, is starting to really fill the needs requested by its customers, and of course the guys go over some of the choice parts they hope will be produced in the future. The fellas then circles back to a topic from previous episodes, the new Acura Integra, this time from SEMA. The guys each give their feedback on 3 specific builds Acura brought to the show from Daijiro Yoshihara, Sara Choi, and Coco Zurita. Ken Block and his incredible Audi drift missile are next on the docket. The new Audi S1 is on full display as the boys go frame for frame on the new electrikhana gymkhana video. Highlights, surprises and overall feeling of the all out, over the top entertainment experience that is always expected from gymkhana. Finally the clan discuss community and recent events. The fellas go over the Namsayin x @MiiR event that had people from all over the PNW, including Canada, in attendance. Walt and Al highlight what made the event so special and what personal lessons they took away from the event. Garrett touches on the 4x4 and brunch with Ashley aka @mamayota_t4r held at The Shop and lastly the fellas discuss the ins and outs of our diverse car community both good and bad behaviors -Reach out to us at- Namsayin07@gmail.com Walt F. IG: Waffledesigns Al-Michael F. IG: almichaelfranco Garrett N. IG: g_rat206

Made in America with Ari Santiago
Part 1- Live from the 2022 ACM Aerospace Alley Tradeshow!

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:21


We love taking the tradeshow live to the Aerospace Component Manufacturer's Aerospace Alley tradeshow! This episode was recorded with guests from the tradeshow floor and has all the energy you'd expect from a tradeshow. Ari starts out with the President of the Aerospace Components Manufacturer's organization, and President of ACMT, Inc, Michael Polo. Michael is so passionate about getting students involved in manufacturing and talks all about how they do that in the ACM and at ACMT, Inc as well. At 18:10 Jack Lukasik, President of Satellite Tool & Machine Co, Inc joins Ari to talk about the cool things they are making , the growth of the organization, and their new VP of Engineering. Finally, join Ari at 34:37 to hear Paul Surowaniec, General Manager of J&P Manufacturing, talk about their small, but growing turning shop, what it's like working with family, and his excitement about being at his very first ACM tradeshow. ACMT Inc: Company Website: https://acmt.aero/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/adchem-manufacturing-technologies-inc-/ Michael's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-polo-81260912/ Satellite Tool & Machine Co Company Website: http://www.satellitetoolmachine.net/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/satellite-tool-machine-co-inc Jack's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jack-lukasik-b50159127 J&P Manufacturing Company Website: https://jandpmanufacturing.com/ Paul's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-j-surowaniec-21bb19167 Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/

The VeteranCrowd Spotlight
163 -Eli Crane - Navy Veteran Running for U.S. Congress

The VeteranCrowd Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 13:17


Eli Crane - Navy Veteran Running for U.S. Congress Eli has five war time deployments, three of them to the Middle East with SEAL Team 3 and served our country for 13 years. Many of the lessons he learned in the service set him up for success in the entrepreneurial world and now for his journey running as a congressional candidate.  Congress Eli wants to take his veteran and entrepreneurial experience to capitol hill. He's frustrated with the direction of this country and lack of leadership. He wants his kids to grow up with the same freedom and prosperity that he did. “I'm hoping that stepping up, stepping out and being willing to lead, encourages and gives others courage to go do the same thing.” Whether serving on the battlefield, running a business or now running for congress, nothing is done by yourself. Eli is looking for your support in this next election.   Bottle Breacher Bottle Breacher is veteran owned and operated. “We aim to provide the best hand crafted, personalized man-gifts, groomsman gifts and corporate/promotional products on the market." Being a "Made in America" brand is important to Bottle Breacher. It creates local jobs and gives back to the community. Due to their success they donate to over 100 non-profits. Learn More Instagram: @EliCrane_CEO www.eliforarizona.com www.bottlebreacher.com VeteranCrowd Network Our "forever promise" is to build the veteran and military spouse community a place to connect and engage. VeteranCrowd is simply a national network of veterans, veteran led businesses and the resources they need to prosper. Subscribe to stay in touch. About Your Host Bob Louthan is a VMI Graduate, Army veteran, and executive with over 25 years of experience in mergers, acquisitions and private capital formation. He founded the VeteranCrowd Network to bring veterans and veteran-led businesses together with each other and the resources they need to prosper.    

Stark After Dark
42 (2013)

Stark After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 115:15


With the World Series underway and Wakanda Forever on the horizon, we thought it would be the perfect time to look at 2013's 42, starring Chadwick Boseman.  It's a movie that's fairly sanitary until Alan Tudyk goes for the racial slur world record in one scene. We discuss Jackie Robinson's impact and legacy, what Spike Lee's version of the movie could have been, and the trouble with being the "first" to break barriers.  For now, you can find us on Twitter @white_pod but we'll have to see how long that's viable. Good thing you can always reach us at whitepeoplewontsaveyoupod@gmail.com We'll be back next week with Made In America, for real this time!

40 Watt Podcast
S2E24 - Tyler from Alder Audio

40 Watt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 72:01


Tyler is a guitarist, tinkerer, and home recording enthusiast who decided he wanted to try his hand at building microphones. His story is a common one amongst many makers that I've interviewed on the podcast - he saw a need in his own musical life and decided to build it instead of buying it and in the process created a wonderful microphone that he now offers to the rest of the gear world. He is dedicated to making quality, top-tier, pro microphones at an affordable price that musicians can afford and access. We had a great time in this conversation and I hope you enjoy it!  Find Tyler and Alder Audio on:Internet: https://www.alderaudio.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alderaudio/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9mW-o2JQ5emK0CljcJcoIASupport the show at: https://www.patreon.com/40wattpodcast/​Find guitar lessons on TrueFire (remember to use code 40WATT): https://bit.ly/3t0v1ZdFind all of the podcast links at:https://www.linktr.ee/40wattpodcasthttps://www.40wattpodcast.com/40 Watt Merchandise: https://40-watt-merch.creator-spring.com/Reverb Affiliate link: https://reverb.grsm.io/phillipcarter5480StringJoy Affiliate link: https://stringjoy.com/partner/fortywatt/Amazon Affiliate link: https://www.amazon.com/40wattSubscribe to the channel and give a like – also find us in audio format wherever you listen to podcasts and leave us a review and share us with your friends.TrueFire Affiliate LInkLearn. Practice. Play. - with TrueFire! You can use code 40WATT at checkout to receive 40% off your first or next TrueFire purchase. Patreon SupportYou can support the podcast by going to our Patreon page and becoming a supporter for as little as $5/month. Thank you for your support!Support the show

IT TECH TALK
Jason Azevedo Founder MRCA

IT TECH TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 31:17


JASON AZEVEDO has had his heart in business development since an early age, starting a very successful apparel company that grew from a humble garage beginning to annual gross billings of over a million dollars at age 15. By 18 Jason was doing millions in business with Starbucks, Nike, Disney, Marvel, Volkswagen, Audi, Lucas films, Dodgers, and countless NBA teams. In 2009, Jason co-founded Advoque, one of the only US-based manufacturers located in Silicon Valley, California. His emphasis on Made In America is a driving force for how the various companies he's co-founded operate. Jason has worked on many key projects for companies such as Arista Networks, Best Buy, Costco, Disney, EA Games, Intel, Roku, --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Made in America with Ari Santiago
Why you should take a seat at the table, with Jim Gildea - Bigelow Tea

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 39:29


This episode is a great conversation w Jim Gildea, Director of Manufacturing at Bigelow Tea. Jim talks about getting involved in the educational system and encourages other companies to take a seat at the table to help develop curriculum needed for tomorrow's jobs. Jim and Ari talk about the great people-first culture at Bigelow and its effect on employee retention.  Jim also tells us all about the really cool manufacturing technology and robotics that make Bigelow run smoothly, but never displace a worker. Jim's Favorite Business Book: One Minute Manager, Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson Jim Gildea, Bigelow Tea Company Website: https://www.bigelowtea.com/ Company LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/bigelow-tea/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bigelowtea Company Instagram: https://instagram.com/bigelowtea Company Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigelowtea Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/bigelowtea Company Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/bigelowtea/ Jim's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-gildea-b9a717162/ Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/ Ari and Jim discuss: Technical schools Manufacturing curriculum Employee retention Collaboration Manufacturing technology Robotics Tea

Stark After Dark
Deep Blue Sea (Feat. Dare Johnson and Shawn Pryor)

Stark After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 134:05


It's spooky season ya'll! Happy Halloween everyone, and as a treat, we're taking a break from white saviors for the week and celebrating a Black horror classic, 1999's Deep Blue Sea. We're joined by the hilarious Dare Johnson and friend of the show Shawn Pryor to talk about this glorious film!  Where to begin? With the amazing death scene from Sam Jackson? The pettiness of the sharks? The incredible music video for Deepest Bluest? So many things to talk about on this one!  Follow Dare (@badicaldude) and Shawn (@shawnrpryor) on Twitter to find out all the wonderful things they're working on.  You can follow us at @white_pod for more on Deep Blue Sea as well as recommendations for what to watch this Halloween! And feel free to send us a message at whitepeoplewontsaveyoupod@gmail.com we'd love to hear from you! We'll back next week with a look at the Whoopie Goldberg misstep, Made in America. 

CRAFTED
Barr Hill Distiller, Ryan Christiansen, on Honey, Bees, Gin, & More

CRAFTED

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 103:46 Very Popular


Barr Hill Gin is one of the best products being made in America today. And when paired with the mission of Barr Hill, you'll understand why the company has such a fanatical following. Last week Jonathan Ellsworth was in Montpelier, Vermont, to spend the day at Barr Hill with Barr Hill president and distiller, Ryan Christiansen, to talk about bees and pollinators; the process of producing exceptional gin; what makes their Barr Hill vodka unique; the impact of their ‘Bees Knees Week' initiative; their foray into the world of rye whiskey; and more.TOPICS & TIMES:What is Barr Hill? (5:28)Bees & Honey (7:08)Cocktail Culture Meets Agriculture (10:57)History of Gin, Gin Production, & Vodka (13:26)Gin & the Art of Extraction of Botanicals (26:11)Honey, Bees, & More to Learn (36:21)Exceptional vs Average Gin? (37:35)Current State of the Gin World (48:57)Tom Cat Gin (51:55)Bees Knees Cocktail (1:01:51)The Barr Hill Facility & Sustainability (1:09:00)Bees Knees Week (1:17:53)Bar Hill Accolades (1:24:40)Whiskey?? (1:29:14)Growth and Scale (1:35:38)RELATED LINKSWebsite: Barr HillBLISTER Open Mic SeriesBLISTER Craft CollectiveCHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS:Blister PodcastBikes & Big IdeasOff the CouchGEAR:30 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Oil Rationing in the USA, More Bad News for Americans (Especially Democrats), Guests: JD Vance, "HRH" Alex Pierce

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 91:49


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we begin with a political rundown, starting with polls and clips from the Charlie Crist/Gov. Ron DeSantis gubernatorial debate in Florida. Plus, Joe Biden is lost once again, both figuratively and literally. He seemed to lose his train of thought a number of times in recent days and was seen wondering around the White House garden, but it's when he's thinking clearly that he does the most damage. We explain by way of examples, of course. Also, there's a lot of trans content on the podcast today, mostly thanks to Pres. Biden as well. And then, Alex gives his thoughts on the globalist aristocrat and new U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Overall, he is bad news for nationalism and conservatism. We have two terrific guests today. The first is JD Vance, who is running for U.S. Senate in Ohio. He is going up against Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), who votes in lockstep with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. JD runs down the latest on his race and the potential for a red wave. Then, we have the one and only "HRH" Alex Pierce. She's a jewelry mogul, who has gotten a strong following online for her anti-woke social media rants. And she's finally moving her Made in America business out of downtown Los Angeles and she shares what changed since the last time she was on the show. From there we have a fun discussion on topics from crime, to homelessness, to Kanye West, to karate. Yes, karate!

Made in America with Ari Santiago
The Next Big Thing with Mark Sullivan, Element 119

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 42:05


In this episode, Ari talks to Mark Sullivan, COO of Element 119 about his progression from ski bum to business consultant to COO. They discuss the interesting background of Element 119 and how the company moved from solving problems to growing small businesses all with ceramic coating. Ari and Mark dig into some chemistry and environmental impact, but overall this episode is about fast growth and making an impact!   Mark's Favorite Business Book: Byron Walker - Small Business Turnaround Plan Mark Sullivan, Element 119 Company Website: https://www.element119.com/ Company LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/element-119-system-x-ceramic-coatings/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/systemx Company Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/systemxceramic/ Mark's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marksullivan1/ Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/ Ari and Mark discuss: Environmental engineering Ceramic coating Sikorsky Aerospace Automotive industry Detailers Environmental impact Business growth

Brief Before Impact
EP85 MADE IN AMERICA | SEMICONDUCTORS

Brief Before Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 19:14


Today's brief discusses the public and private investment to domestic semiconductor production in the United States.

Land & Legacy - Sportsmen's Nation
A Solution for Your Permanent Hunting Locations

Land & Legacy - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 47:55 Very Popular


There are two things that always coincide with treestands, that is safety and comfort. We can all agree on that at least. Every farm has several locations that are always dependable, each and every season. These are perennial stand locations that may require long sits in the tree safely and comfortably. Vertical Treestands is a newly launched and emerging treestand company that is offering new technology to the treestand game. In addition, they are offering a discount code to listeners, use the code LandLegacy20 to get 20% off the new offerings. We sit down and chat with Austin and Frank of Vertical treestands as they discuss the in's-and-outs of the new equipment. You can tell from our conversation that they know treestands and are building a company based around quality products made in America! Be sure to check out www.VerticalTreestands.com!  

Houndsman XP
Cajun Lights- A Southern Tradition

Houndsman XP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 78:39 Very Popular


LW Nixon comes from a long line of hunters and business men. His family has been hunting the coastal area of North Carolina for multiple generations. From deer dogs to coonhounds; LW grew up hunting and chasing hounds. He was also born into the seafood business and the family story sounds familiar to the Hollywood story of Bubba Gump. Cajun Lights is a long standing brand that coonhunters have been familiar with. LW and Chris talk Southern hunting, seafood, and high quality hunting lights. LW shares what business principles he has brought to the hunting light industry and what made in America means to him and his company at Cajun Lights.Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!***During the month of November- Patreon supporters can use their 10% discount code to purchase a new light and get a Houndsman XP leather patch cap for FREE www.houndsmanxp.comwww.cajunlights.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Houndsman XP - Cajun Lights- A Southern Tradition

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 80:09


LW Nixon comes from a long line of hunters and business men. His family has been hunting the coastal area of North Carolina for multiple generations. From deer dogs to coonhounds; LW grew up hunting and chasing hounds. He was also born into the seafood business and the family story sounds familiar to the Hollywood story of Bubba Gump. Cajun Lights is a long standing brand that coonhunters have been familiar with.  LW and Chris talk Southern hunting, seafood, and high quality hunting lights. LW shares what business principles he has brought to the hunting light industry and what made in America means to him and his company at Cajun Lights. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content! ***During the month of November- Patreon supporters can use their 10% discount code to purchase a new light and get a Houndsman XP leather patch cap for FREE  www.houndsmanxp.com www.cajunlights.com SPONSORS: Cajun Lights Havoc Hunting Supply Go Wild Old South Dog Boxes Joy Dog Food Briar Creek Kennel dogsRtreed Freedom Hunters Rough Cut Company Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
Houndsman XP - Cajun Lights- A Southern Tradition

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 78:39


LW Nixon comes from a long line of hunters and business men. His family has been hunting the coastal area of North Carolina for multiple generations. From deer dogs to coonhounds; LW grew up hunting and chasing hounds. He was also born into the seafood business and the family story sounds familiar to the Hollywood story of Bubba Gump. Cajun Lights is a long standing brand that coonhunters have been familiar with. LW and Chris talk Southern hunting, seafood, and high quality hunting lights. LW shares what business principles he has brought to the hunting light industry and what made in America means to him and his company at Cajun Lights.Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!***During the month of November- Patreon supporters can use their 10% discount code to purchase a new light and get a Houndsman XP leather patch cap for FREE www.houndsmanxp.comwww.cajunlights.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company

The Leslie Marshall Show
Despite Slim Majority, Democrats Notched Major Achievements for Workers and Their Families

The Leslie Marshall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 41:56


Leslie is joined by Kim Miller, who serves as an Assistant to USW International President Tom Conway. She primarily works on political and legislative projects, including overseeing much of the union's member-to-member outreach around the 2022 midterm elections. The two discuss how Democrats, despite currently having just a slim majority in both houses of Congress, have worked with President Biden to notch major achievements in favor of workers and their families. While some don't garner as much attention in the headlines as they deserve, many of these accomplishments are truly historic. - This includes a once-in-a-generation win on infrastructure, investing $1.2 trillion in our roads, bridges, ports and more. Politicians have been saying for years that they had an infrastructure plan, but this administration and this Congress actually delivered. - In addition to transportation infrastructure, this includes $55 billion to deliver clean drinking water to millions of Americans. - And a further $65 billion to help ensure every American has access to reliable high-speed internet. - This not only will make our communities safer, it will create and sustain good, union jobs and help us maintain our economic competitiveness. - USW members up and down the supply chain are providing and will continue to provide the goods and services needed to make this infrastructure upgrade a reality. Congressional democrats were also finally able to achieve a major victory on behalf of 1.2 million workers whose retirements were in jeopardy because of troubled multi-employer pension plans. - These workers stood to lose everything as a result of a convergence of corporate greed, unfair trade, deregulation and the financial crisis. - American Rescue Plan was a significant achievement in its own right, but one of the lesser-known, but hugely important things it did was shore up multi-employer pension plans so these workers could retire in dignity. - Even though there wasn't a single Republican who voted for this plan, years of worker-led advocacy and Democratic action mean that more than a million families' future is more secure. Democrats also delivered another sweeping victory for ordinary Americans this summer with the Inflation Reduction Act. - Among its many provisions, it will lower prescription drug prices by allowing Medicare to negotiate for lower drug prices for seniors and instituting inflation caps for Medicare prescription drugs and improvements to prescription benefits. The law also prevents a premium spike for Affordable Care Act enrollees. - It will also build out our nation's capacity for solar, wind and other sources of renewable energy, which will create good, domestic manufacturing jobs and help break our dangerous dependence on foreign producers to meet our needs. - At the same time, providing incentives for a wide variety of technologies like carbon capture, direct air capture, and nuclear power will help ensure that our steel and other critical industries remain among the cleanest in the world. Not all of the work has been legislative. - Instituting a new pro-worker direction at the National Labor Relations Board means that workers have real advocates in an agency that is supposed to be protecting their rights. One of Biden's first actions was to remove pro-corporate, anti-worker Peter Robb as NLRB general counsel. The Senate also confirmed two more board members that Biden nominated who are re-balancing the way the board works toward workers' rights. - Just as importantly, Biden nominated a union member to run the Department of Labor and put workers and their advocates in key positions overseeing safety. - Biden issued executive orders in support of American manufacturing, including establishing the new Made in America office to review any request to bypass the rules and maximize domestically-manufactured components for federal projects. - And a new inter-agency task force on worker organizing and empowerment is harnessing the power of all government agencies to advance workers' rights. In order to keep up this momentum, working people will need to vote in the midterm elections. Republicans made it clear that they stand against many pro-worker initiatives and intend to tip the balance back to pro-corporate interests if elected. The website for the United Steelworkers is USW.org and their handle on both Twitter and Instagram is @steelworkers.  Kim's Twitter handle is @kimkmiller.

Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show
Ruben Jay -vs- Moxy Anne -vs- Sara

Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 29:45


Was the 'weed whacker' invented in America? Who was the lead singer of 'The Culture Club'? What the heck does NKOTBSB mean?! Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show tests your knowledge with facts you may have never known before! Host Jeff Revilla welcomes three guests to play three rounds of high stakes trivia. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR GUESTS: Ruben Jay:  http://rubenjay.com/ Moxy Anne: https://mxiband.com/ http://moxyanne.com/ Sara Bradford https://sjchilds.org/ Tonight's categories are: Round 1: Was that made in America? Round 2: Rocking Abbreviations From the Past Round 3: Buzzsaw Buzzer Round Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show tests your knowledge with facts you may have never known before! Host Jeff Revilla welcomes three guests to play three rounds of high stakes trivia. Find more at https://stuffineverknew.com Watch Season 5 on the Armstrong Neighborhood Channel on YouTube

The Sekulow Brothers Podcast
80% Deadly COVID Strain Made in America

The Sekulow Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 56:28


Today on the show, the guys discuss a new covid strain actually generated by scientists in Boston, Tulsi Gabbard hits the conservative campaign trail 3 weeks from midterms and Ye's enlightening interview on Chris Cuomo's show.Topics Discussed:    -    New lethal strain of Covid    -    Gabbard backs AZ Gov. candidate Kari Lake    -    Elections in traditional red states    -    Logan going down an Oasis rabbit hole    -    “The Rock's” political stance    -    Zubaz pants    -    Giant Trump/Herschel Walker/Let's Go Brandon home banners    -    Percale Sheets great for cold weather    -    Kanye West buys Parler/bizarre Tucker Carlson interviewSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Made in America with Ari Santiago
It's All About People with Scott Law, Argo EMS

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 32:27


In this episode, Ari talks to Scott Law, General Manager of Argo EMS. They focus on education, workforce, and go to market strategy - all from a people perspective. Ari and Scott talk about Scott's progression from CT trade school grad to manufacturing leader. Connecticut has an incredible tech school system that is the envy of many states in the country and Scott is proof of its success.  They discuss workforce issues like sourcing talent, retaining employees, and making strong and meaningful connections with your team. Finally they discuss the supply chain issues with microchips and how Argo EMS works around them thanks to great relationships with their customers. Scott Law, Argo EMS Company Website: http://argoems.com/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/argo-transdata-corp Scott's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-law-b28331149/ Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/ Ari and Scott discuss: Technical School System Trade school Apprenticeship Absenteeism Supply Chain

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman
1909: Empowered Investor Live, Borrower Risk Profile, Madame Chiang Kai-shek, American Manufacturing, 3 Major Buckets In Life

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 41:11


Join Jason today as he talks about lessons he learned from Madame Chiang Kai-shek, his 5 mentors and the 3 major buckets in life we all need to work on: money, health and relationships. He thus invites you to address the 'money bucket' by calling his 'investment therapies' to get you started on your road to financial freedom. He also shares some good news about the manufacturing industry in America and how employment is starting to pick up. Then he talks about why an impending housing crash is just not happening because of how the borrower risk profile is very different from 2006 to 2007, the years leading to the great recession and comparing it to the current underwriting policies. And early bird tickets are running out fast to the Empowered Investor LIVE conference at the end of January to be held in an awesome resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. So go to JasonHartman.com to get your tickets TODAY! Follow Jason on Instagram to get short form content on real estate investing! Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Key Takeaways: 0:00 Welcome to episode 1909 2:08 A very important lesson from a Dennis Waitley cassette tape of Madame Chiang Kai-shek  7:16 Your character becomes your destiny  8:23 Made in America: manufacturing employment is near a 14-year high 14:40 George W. Bush homage to Madame Chaing Kai-shek 15:25 Mental health as it relates to money 16:04 A podcast from Peru-3 major buckets in life 18:06 Take care of the money 'bucket'; rents are going up! 20:17 Join The Collective Mastermind 20:55 This has never happened before; super cheap mortgages that might never happen again in our lifetime 24:27 3 Major buckets to take are in life; money could be the most important 26:06 PR pitches- money and mental health 28:46 High income vs. high net worth 30:05 Millennials, Gen Zs and Gen X on spending 30:42 Eating out as a luxury 32:08 Seeking out financial therapy 33:00 Stress all year round and on the coming holidays 33:38 The men that changed Jason's life 34:32 Going 'woke,' discovering character and the right mindset towards money 35:55 Value of US mortgages with borrower risk scores 38:56 Get our tickets now to Empowered Investor LIVE!   Mentioned: The Collective Mastermind Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Free Class:  Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else: http://JasonHartman.com/Fund CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free Course: https://www.jasonhartman.com/deals Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com

The Todd Herman Show
Satan builds his political base Ep_382_Hr-2

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 46:39


THE THESIS: Let's see . . . The Figurehead was made to give a hellscape speech. In about a week's time after that, he was made to hire a Satanist to run the government's non-response to Monkeypox (notice the Mockingbirds lost interest in that?). The white house's fake woman, Rachel Levine, is committed to chemically and surgically mutilating kids like Nebuchadnezzar who castrated the young men he took captive and the DOJ is sending FBI SWAT teams to the houses of pro-life activists while they ignore the fire bombing of pro-life birth centers. Can this get any more Satanic? Yes . . . yes, it can and it just did. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: In all likelihood, Daniel was castrated after he and his friends were capture by the Babylonians and taken into captivity, where they would work for the King of Babylon, a pervert and tyrant named Nebuchadnezzar. Despite this, Daniel and his friends remained faithful to the God of Abraham; they refused to violate the law of Moses and it should have been their end. Nebuchadnezzar twice tried to kill them and twice God rescued them. The Deliverance of Daniel and Darius (Daniel 6:1-28)THIS is how the Sexual Left twist that story of Daniel. Because, being forcibly castrated by a perverted and evil ruler is the same thing as praticing same-sex attraction and pretending to be a different sex . . . THE NEWS & COMMENT:The Figurehead is the perfect person for The Party. He will read whatever is put in front of his eyes and sign whatever he is made to sign. [AUDIO] - Biden: "Let me start off with two words; Made in America."The “strict ‘Catholic'” Figurehead long ago excommunicated himself from that church for his obsession with killing babies. Now, the Satanic Temple has stuck its spiny, rotten head out of the dark mud to sue states to allow “Satanic ritual abortions.” Satan is building his political base. Oh . . . at the link, make note of how Axios, a liberal Mockingbird publication, pretends this temple is “nontheistic.” Satanic Temple goes after abortion bans; The Salem-based Satanic Temple is suing Indiana and Idaho in federal court over their abortion bans, arguing they violate the religious rights of people in those states. Driving the news: The Satanic Temple filed its complaint against Idaho on Friday, a week after filing a similar one in Indiana.Meanwhile, at CNN, it's the Tuttle twins who are dangerously brain-washing kids . . It's NOT the communist “teachers” who think they are “anarchists” who teach little kids to hate God, to hate their bodies made in the image of God and who tells kids that, if their parents won't “accept them” that “he is their parent, now …” [AUDIO] - BREAKING: LoTT X Project Veritas: ‘Anarchist' teacher wants to “burn down the entire system.” Discusses how he can incorporate wokeness in school without being too obvious so he doesn't face consequences.It's NOT the gender-jackers who are recruiting children in homeless shelters to chemically and surgically mutilate. [AUDIO] - The founder of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia ‘Gender Clinic' was recruiting kids at a homeless shelter for her research. . . and, the Figurehead has been made to endorse a federal law that will make it illegal for parents to stop gender-jackers from mutilating children just like Nebuchadnezzar did. In this case, they mutilated a girl with Borderline Personality Disorder, a condition in which people lack a sense of identity! She even told the “doctors” she had BPD and they still chopped her up and shot her up:[AUDIO] - She's lost her voice, her chest, and doesn't know if she can ever have kids. She has BPD, so doctors cut off her breasts and gave her T. “There's how many mental health disorders that make you hate your body, and the solution isn't to change your body, it's to fix your brain.”How much more of a sign of this evil do we need than a mother who has pretty clearly programmed her son into believing he is a girl? [AUDIO] - Watch this mother mouth the words along with her "transgender" child.The kid was fed what to say. Transgender kids are like vegan cats. It's the owner or parent doing all the thinking/making all the decisions for them.

The Watch
'Sherwood' and British Crime TV, 'Werewolf By Night,' and Death Cab For Cutie's Ben Gibbard

The Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 99:25 Very Popular


Chris and Andy talk about the British crime series 'Sherwood' and what sets apart British true crime shows from ones made in America (1:00). Then they talk about the new Marvel TV movie 'Werewolf By Night' and how it shows what's possible for Marvel television (23:30), before Andy is joined by Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard to talk about the band's new album 'Asphalt Meadows' (44:04). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Ben Gibbard Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec
EPISODE 283: CATO: Made In America - A Racist 'Fetish'?

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 23:40 Very Popular


In this episode of Human Events Daily, Jack Posobiec discusses the racist ‘fetish' that domestic manufacturing really is, keeping white uneducated males in positions of power and authority - or at least, according to the CATO Institute. Resigned in disgrace, half-way through his term: Never-Trump Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse is leaving office after enriching himself like the shallow elitist he is. Next, a New York judge struck down the un-elected Governor Kathy Hochul's second amendment-violating law, siding with the Founding Fathers belief that self-defense is an inherent right from God. Finally, retired St. Louis police captain David Dorn's murderer has been sentenced to life in prison - it's about time justice was served. Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSOGo to www.goodranchers.com/poso to get $30 off your order and free express shipping with code POSO

The Joe Pags Show
Biden doesn't know how to count-Hour 1

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 39:53


It's Free Speech Friday! Joe plays audio of President Biden's two words he has for us... "Made In America." And we talk about the breaking news out of Uvalde....the UCISD police department will suspend all activities for a period of time.

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H3 – Oct 7 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 36:59


Elbridge Colby, former U.S. assistant deputy secretary of defense for strategy and force development and the author of the book: The Strategy of Denial: American Defense in an Age of Great Power Conflict, joins Clay and Buck to gauge the odds of nuclear war breaking out in Ukraine. Biden says he's going to open his speech with 2 words: "Made in America," you know, which is 3 words. Syndicated radio host Jesse Kelly tangles with Clay and Buck over those $75 tequila shots. Fat bears and Kanye on fat people. Vote for sanity in the midterms.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The NPR Politics Podcast
Computer Chips, Made In America?

The NPR Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 14:55 Very Popular


President Biden sees large-scale capital investment by the U.S. government as the way to revive the anemic American manufacturing industry. The CHIPS and Science Act, which domestic boosts semiconductor manufacturing, even managed to attract Republican support. But who will benefit from its tens of billions in subsidies?This episode: political correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben, political correspondent Susan Davis, and White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez.Learn more about upcoming live shows of The NPR Politics Podcast at nprpresents.org.Support the show and unlock sponsor-free listening with a subscription to The NPR Politics Podcast Plus. Learn more at plus.npr.org/politics Connect:Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.