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Among the titles it's earned, Route 66 is often hailed as "The Main Street of America." But America is a lot of things and absent from many of its popular myths and legends are the stories of those who preceded the pilgrims or Jamestown. Yet it is indisputable that our country wouldn't exist as we know it without them and the same is true of the Route itself. Even today, more than half of 66 passes through Indian country and driving the road will carry you through more than twenty-five tribal nations. While this presence was propagated for many years as a means of luring tourist dollars, in this episode we'll begin our travels by getting to know a few makers of different tribes and backgrounds along the Route whose work not only dispels stereotypes, but reveals stories that are in their own way quintessentially American. Featuring visits to Quapaw, Oklahoma, Gallup, New Mexico, and Lupton, Arizona, contributors include elder leader Grace Goodeagle, potter Betty Gaedtke, artist and educator Teri Frazier, and knife maker David Yellowhorse. David Yellowhorse Knives Betty Gaedtke's Quapaw Pottery The Gallup Cultural Center --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/evan-stern1/message
Rob and Joseph talk the season finale of Obi-Wan Kenobi and episode three of Ms. Marvel before discussing the GOP's politicized reaction to diverse casting in Lightyear and new Star Trek show. We also talk about the January 6 hearings, the fallout from a county election in New Mexico, where a group of chuds refused to certify the election, and South Dakota's Attorney General finally getting removed from office two years after he killed a man. We wrap up with the new gun control legislation, the link between Bored Ape Yacht Club and Nazism, Elon Musk‘s continued attempt to buy Twitter, and Texas maybe seceding. A long week in the middle of a long summer, and we're still going on about that! Recorded on June 23, 2022. Get your YSGOAT tees, totes, mugs, and more in our store HERE. Check out Rob's Etsy shop to buy his prints, stickers, original artwork, and more HERE. You can also get a wide variety of Rob Israel tees, totes, mugs, and more in his Teepublic store HERE.
This week your hosts Liz and Meg break down season 4 episode 3 of The CW series 'Roswell, New Mexico', including a breakdown of the most awkward double date in history, our theory for (spoiler!), and our hopeful next series for Kyle Valenti himself, actor Michael Trevino (Hint: It includes a mountain range backdrop and, of course, more cowboy hats.) Tweet us your theories on Twitter @Pure_Fandom and find more breakdowns of your favorite movies and shows on purefandom.com.
World At WAR with Dean Ryan 'Democrats Night of Rage & Hunt for Trump' Ft. Lisa Duthie with Special Guest Joshua James (SheriffJoshuaJames.com) -Host Dean Ryan looks into the upcoming "Night of Rage" in D.C. coming as the hunt for Donald Trump's arrest seems imminent. - Texas votes for a resolution to No Longer Recognize Biden as President - House Votes to up the taxes on AR-15's by 1000% - Guest Joshua James of New Mexico is running for Constitutional Sheriff. He will join us to explain the process and the damage that's be done to New Mexico. - LePenn has President Macron on his High Heels in France- - UK Troops caught in an orgy and who's vying to replace Biden? . . could it be Gavin Newsom alleged Gov. of CA? All this and more on Real Deal Media's #1 Show World@WAR with Dean Ryan ______________________________________________________ Broadcasting On: RealDealMedia.TV - YouTube.com/DeanRyanTV - Facebook.com/TheRealDeanRyan - Facebook.com/RealDealMediaTonight ______________________________________________________ For all your Real Deal Retail NEEDS Visit our Online Store @ RealDealMedia.TV/store Promo Code: SUMMER22 Your Purchase Fuels This Broadcast! ______________________________________________________ Become a Real Deal Member Today! Join Today at RealDealMedia.TV/membership Members get Exclusive Content, including Additional Shows, Podcasts, RDM Original Films, Music Videos and Backstage LIVE Chat. Members are the architects of this journey. ______________________________________________________ Social MediaOutlets Twitter @TheRealDeanRyan Instagram @therealdealmedia Gab @DeanRyan Facebook.com/TheRealDeanRyan Facebook.com/RealDealMediaTonight Flote.app/RealDealMedia ______________________________________________________ Contribute to the fight against Censorship Help us keep Real Deal Media Alive Donate Today! ** @PayPal.me/TheRealDeanRyan ** Cash App $TheRealDeanRyan ** Venmo @TheRealDeanRyan ______________________________________________________ Join us Nightly as we filter through the latest news in our Changing World Streaming LIVE Week Nights 7pm PST/ 10pm EST On: www.RealDealMedia.TV Facebook.com/TheRealDeanRyan Facebook.com/RealDealMediaTonight YouTube.com/DeanRyanTV Rumble.com/user/realdealmedia Real Deal Media Official Podcast Ch. Anchor.fm/realdealmedia For More Visit: www.RealDealMedia.TV --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realdealmedia/support
Dr. Erika J Smith is passion driven, persistent, tenacious,results oriented and is an agent ofchange. This dynamic individual hails from St. Mary's, Georgia. Dr. Smith graduated from TheUniversity of Georgia in 1998 where she received a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology.She then matriculated to Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry where she received the Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2003. Dr. Smith was committed to excellence in the field of dentistry by completing a residency program in Advanced Education in General Dentistry at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Smith moved to the Las Vegas Valley in 2008 and has been a multiple practice owner. She is a entrepreneur, community leader, and trailblazer in the areas of innovation, consulting, and speaking with her many years of expertise. Dr. Erika Smith is a proud member of The Armed Forces chamber and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Theta Theta Omega chapter. In 2020, Dr. Erika J Smith decided to make her mark in politics running for Nevada Assembly District 41 and also making history as the first black woman to run for that political seat. In 2022, Dr. Smith has set her sights on running for Las Vegas City Council Ward 2. She truly is a candidate who understands the assignment as she is leading a people powered campaign that embodies integrity, vision, accountability, transparency, equity, inclusion, and diversity. She has been coined the civic engagement candidate who will bridge the gap between socioeconomic status, political parties, races and ethnicities, and all communities. Dr. Smith is poised to lead Las Vegas City Council Ward 2 to greater heights and to protect the quality of life in our neighborhoods as she is Fighting For You!|Dr. Erika Smith| • Website → https://www.votedrsmithlv.com/|CONNECT WITH JAKE|• Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/jakegallen/• Twitter → https://twitter.com/jakegallen_• Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/JakeNGallen• Linkedin → https://www.linkedin.com/in/jake-gall...|FOLLOW AND SUBSCRIBE THE PODCAST|• Website → https://www.jakegallen.com/• Youtube → Subscribe to this page• Apple Podcasts → https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...• Spotify → https://open.spotify.com/show/7hQdRAz...• Google Podcasts → https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR...• RSS Feed → https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1005154.rss• Website → https://solo.to/theguestlistpod• Media Host → https://theguestlistpod.buzzsprout.com/
https://hammeringdown.com/ Hello! In this episode, I was joined by Chris Walker of the WASP and The 2how, and Seth Biddulph of Somos Mas. We talked about the culture of New Mexico, what makes it a special place to be a fan, and of course, what makes them so good. This match has been one I have had circled for a while and I cannot wait to see it all come together! If you did enjoy, follow me on Twitter, @KaylorHodges --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hammering-down/support
Landon & Neal are joined by guest, Sierra Langbell, while she's in Cody attending the Long Range University. Sierra recaps her previous experience in New Mexico, attending the Gunwerks LRU and Antelope hunt. She shares her takeaways from the course, along with how it prepared her for her hunt in Alaska, where she harvested a mountain goat with her ClymR in 6.5 PRC. They also discuss Sierra's upcoming hunt in Africa where she will be bringing along the Skuhl in 375 Ruger, in pursuit of hippo, kudu, and more.
This episode is dedicated to a listener question from Julie in New Mexico. Her question has to do with cross training. A lot of us like to do other activities aside from riding – yoga, swimming, or, in this case, running. As it happens, Jec and I are both runners. So is Katrin Silva, a Best Horse Practices Summit presenter and part of the Cayuse Collaborative Clinic initiative. Together, we chat about cross-training in general and running specifically. We talk about the importance of core strength for riding and running. I've always felt that core strength and paying attention to the fitness of tiny little core muscles, not just those typical six pack abdominal muscles, is where a lot of us could stand to dedicate a bit more attention and time. We have some excellent articles from guest columnists on best horse practicesdot com and I will link to them in our show notes. Also. We thank Skratch Labs for sponsoring this episode. Skratch Labs makes drinks and energy bars and chews. They all have less sugar than most sports drinks and have more sodium. If you are sweating, you need to replace your electrolytes. Every ingredient has a purpose. No junk. Good-tasting products that your mouth and your belly and your brain will appreciate. Check out their Summer Peach Sport Hydration drink mix and their Raspberry Energy Chews. See you later, Season Two! This is our 30th episode and our 60th since we started this shindig less than two years ago. We'll be back soon for our third season. Our title sponsor is Lucerne Farms, producers of quality forage feeds. Lucerne is this outstanding little company in northern Maine. Forage is chopped hay, an excellent option when you can't have your horse on pasture or when you need to add calories and nutrients to your horses' diet. We also thank Redmond Equine for being part of our sponsorship family. Redmond rocks and other offerings come straight from their mine in Redmond, Utah. And we welcome back Pharm Aloe. Pharm Aloe offers aloe pellets and gel and other products to support horses' GI health, and immune system. Do you consider yourself an athlete? Do you feel connected to your body? Maybe these are weird questions. But I'm truly curious about the intersection of horse work and athleticism. I've observed that a lot of riders don't seem to consider themselves athletes and don't consider riding a sport as much as a job, pastime, or recreational activity. That's a shame, I think. When we hold our own fitness, training, conditioning, and body awareness to a higher standard, we necessarily elevate our connection to our horses and make it possible to do more, be more, connect more. It matters. Short term and long term. In the moment and over the years. Fitness and agility matter. What do you think? LINKS to Core Fitness articles Core Insight from Katrin Silva Developing the Intelligent Core Core Strength Moves with David Stickler We LOVE hearing from you. While we take a little break before our third season, send us your thoughts. Topic suggestion? Training question? Or maybe you just want to share something great or not so great that happened with you and your horse. All good. Looking forward to your emails. We thank Kate's Real Food and Patagonia WorkWear for their continued support. Did you know? All ya gotta do is comment or suggest a podcast topic or send us a training question here and you'll be automatically qualified for our monthly Patagonia WorkWear giveaway.
WARNING: Some AUDIO ISSUES with Guest's Microphone( To see the video of this show, click here: https://youtu.be/T2hNpDlRfck ) NEW WEBSITE with Blogs, Videos, and Podcast direct links: https://strangeparadigms.com/ Cristina's Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and More > https://beacons.page/cristinagomez Patreon Club for Extras & Behind the Scenes: https://www.patreon.com/paradigm_shifts There are places where UFOs show up, strange portals manifest, and bizarre creature sightings occur, accompanied by other mysterious phenomena. We are seeing a convergence of these mysteries in many locations, such as the Hoia-Baciu Forest in Romania, Japan's Aokigahara Forest, Hessdalen Valley in Norway, the Mesa Verde dwellings in New Mexico, Stardust Ranch near Rainbow Valley, Arizona, The Bradshaw Ranch near Sedona, Arizona, and of course the legendary Skinwalker Ranch in Utah. Trey Hudson is the Guest on this episode of Shifting the Paradigm, and will cover his extensive research into such places, and his own experience witnessing two individuals pass into a portal.
As Pennsylvania approaches its Midterm elections this Fall, both Democrats and Republicans are vying for retiring Republican Senator Pat Toomey's seat. Earlier this month, Dr. Mehmet Oz was declared the Pennsylvania GOP Senate nominee in the hotly contested primary race against his opponent, Dave McCormick. Dr. Oz joins the Rundown to discuss how he's trying to unite Republican voters through his campaign, his reaction to support from former President Trump amid the January 6th hearings, and how he plans on taking on his Democratic opponent, PA Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. There is a slow-building water crisis in the U.S., as evidenced by dramatic images showing sections of America's largest reservoir in Lake Mead completely dry. Amid concerns about “megadrought” conditions facing the American West, on Tuesday the Department of the Interior announced a $26 million to help boost water efficiency. Resident writer at the University of New Mexico's Utton Center, John Fleck joins the podcast to break down how water usage can be reduced as states face dire water shortages. Later, Associate Director of Research and Education at the California Water Institute, Laura Ramos joins to explain what a megadrought is and what solutions to water shortages look like. Plus, commentary by Republican strategist Colin Reed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris Newhart joins us this week to talk about his boba restaurants including his newest location on an Air Force base in New Mexico. Air Force + New Mexico = a very interesting conversation about Chris's experiences with UFO's and The Skinwalker Ranch. Check out his restaurant Irie's Place and his production company Gorrilla Mafia Entertainment. Voicemail/Text: 801-252-6069 Website: http://www.messinwithmormons.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MessinWithMormons Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/messinwithmormons
In this sprawling multiversal episode of the STAB! show, watcher and host Jesse Jones welcomes a crossover panel of Sean Crandall, Dayne Bryant & Eric James Barger I to share their three takes on AADD, pick-up lines to and from a crosswalk button, general relativity, & turkey bologna, celebrations of New Mexico, John Delorean, Joan … Continue reading »
Guru Gun Kaur, simply goes by Gigi, joined 3HO in 1972 at Mendocino Summer Solstice. She became devoted to the practice of yoga, cleansing and detoxing from her young adult years during the time of sex, drugs and rock and roll; moving away from the “negative” lifestyle, while rapidly moving toward her new found faith and “conscious” family, led by Yogi Bhajan. For the next 12 years she immersed herself in the Sikh tradition of sacred music, Kirtan and her faith as a sacred devotion. She was arranged to be married in 1974 and soon after in 1976, YB influenced her to relinquish her family inheritance, which was eventually used to purchase the Summer Solstice land, known in 3HO as Ram Das Puri, in Espanol, New Mexico. In 1979 YB turned on Gigi, vowing to destroy her, and eventually influenced her to give up her children to her ex-husband. Yet she carried on as a devotee until December 1983, when she finally left; but remained devoted to the Sikh Faith. 2020 was an uproar which opened the old wounds and forced her into the swirl of all that went left unexamined. Today Gigi finds herself struggling to even keep a roof over her head, yet in spite of all of this trauma and loss, she knows she's on the path to healing the deep emotional wounds she has suffered. She's in contact with her children, who've also shared their stories with her of their abuse during the years after she was forced to leave them behind. She's grateful for all spiritual support and prayers in the spirit of brotherly and sisterly love. You can DONATE to this broadcast at: http://www.gurunischan.com/uncomfortableconversations Uncomfortable Conversations Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2lEfcoaDgbCCmztPZ4XIuN?si=vH-cH7HzRs-qFxzEuogOqg
Travel! Summer Cooking! How about a Satellite Sisters Weekend in Santa Fe? Lian heads to New Mexico for book research and comes back with all kind of tips, raves and reviews for The City Different. Restaurants, Art Galleries, Shopping, Sightseeing. Plus, Julie has the scoop of staying aware of flight cancellations. And our usual Satellite Sisters recommendations on books, TV and more entertaining options. Julie Loved Vacationland from our Best Beach Bag Books List. And the Alex Rider series on Amazon Prime from the bestselling series of books Want to head to Santa Fe? Read Lian Dolan's Complete Travel Guide for Santa Fe here for all the links. Plus, Claire Tansey joins us for easy summer cooking, BBQ ideas and her surefire pasta salad. Check out her great cookbook, Dinner: Uncomplicated. Plus, new recipe videos on my YouTube channel every week all summer! And her website. .For information or to register for her teen cooking class, here's the link: https://cart.learnlife.ca/tweens-cooking-camp-by-ctk/?coupon=SISTERS20 Sisters get a $20 discount, use code SISTERS20. Plus the prices are all in Canadian dollars ;) She's still looking for tween co-hosts, too! Here's that link: https://learn.clairetansey.com/teens-tweens-cooking-school-co-hosting-opportunity Thanks for supporting our sponsors and using their URLs and promo codes: Calm: Calm.com/satellite Jenni Kayne: JennieKayne.com/membership JenniKayne.com/home Kiwi Co: Kiwico.com with promo code Sisters Prose Hair Care Products: prose.com/sisters Sign up for our new weekly newsletter PEP TALK here. Go the the Satellite Sisters website here Go to the Satellite Sisters You Tube Channel here. For Lost and Found in Paris and all books by Lian Dolan, go to her website here. For all of our booklists at Bookshop.org, go to www.bookshop.org/shop/liandolan Buy The Sweeney Sisters here on bookshop.org or here on amazon. Join our community: Facebook Page, Facebook Group and on Instagram and Twitter @satsisters. Email Satellite Sisters at email@example.com. Follow Lian Dolan on @instagram @liandolan Follow Liz Dolan on @instagram @satellitesisterliz Follow Julie Dolan on @instagram @julieoldestsister Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The first polling on New Mexico's Gov. race is out. No matter who you believe, the race is very close. Paul was recently in Southeast New Mexico for several events. He also sat down with the Current-Argus to discuss the SE NM economy which is booming. While New Mexico's economy is strong and plenty of jobs are available, the May state unemployment rates are out and for the 6th month in a row New Mexico has the highest rate. New Mexico's unemployment rate is down to 5.1%. Paul also met with Pastor Mark Green to discuss the homeless situation. Paul and Pastor Green had an interesting conversation that can be watched here. The rain may have put out most of New Mexico's awful forest fires, but the scars literally and figuratively remain. Even liberals acknowledge that the far-off federal government is a poor manager of the land. Joining NM Senator Martin Heinrich, Joe Biden is coming after your gas furnace. In order to conserve natural gas Germany is ramping up coal-fired electricity production. Paul recently appeared in KOAT TV channel 7 on two issues dealing with the City of Albuquerque. New fees and the Council's no-strings-attached "grant" to Planned Parenthood. Finally, the Albuquerque Schools' per person budget is $27,000 per student.
Andy Lyman, a senior political reporter for New Mexico Political Report, joins Dan to discuss New Mexico's Secretary of State filing a motion with the state's Supreme Court to compel the Otero County Commissioners to certify the county's primary election per state law after their refusal to do so due to claimed mistrust in the Dominion voting machines.
Happy holidays! Today, David Waldman welcomes Greg Dworkin to KITM's celebration of Juneteenth (Observed) and Father's Day (Eastern Orthodox). That means the January 6 commission will be out until tomorrow. So far, they have been very effective. 6 in 10 Americans say Donald Trump should be held responsible for the insurrection, the scales falling from 1 out of 5 sets of Republican eyes. To date, Donald and friends have dropped enough bricks to build three Mar-a-Lagos. And it's only just begun. People are finally beginning to understand how and why Trump must be criminally prosecuted, probably of attempted murder… But — “What about Chappaquiddick?” demands Tucker, as Trump's savviest aides slip out the window. The trouble is, there are no savvy left, just lunatic wannabees, locking, loading, and aiming at trans-Americans, RINOs, Democrats, their families... until they run out of bullets. The Texas GQP capsizes to the right, assaulting lefties Dan Crenshaw, and John Cornyn, seceding from Joe Biden, and becoming officially anti-LGBTQ, testing the patience of the ever-resilient Log Cabin Republicans. Andrew Sullivan probably doesn't see the logic in all of this, and yet thought it made sense to adore Chris “Osama bin Laden” Rufo, who will tell you right now that's a dumb thing to do. Democracy continues to breathe, at least shallowly, in New Mexico, with the GQP commission of Otero County deciding that this wouldn't be the hill they died upon, as their paychecks would also stop. Cowboy for Trump Couy Griffin can hold his head high. Extra good news: Judge Michael Luttig is not recovering from a stroke, as he never had a stroke! We can all go back to being annoyed by how incredibly slow he talks.
Bill Handel talks about how, while the Democrats expect Joe Biden to run in 2024, they're less sure he should. Conspiracy theories erupt into screams and threats as New Mexico counties certify their votes. Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News.
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Founder of Zsako Home Inspections Inc., Istvan Zsako joins today's show to talk about sewer inspections. Istvan is a fellow home inspector and entrepreneur from New Mexico, with over 22 years of experience in Home Building, Remodeling, and Home Maintenance. He shares how he got into sewer camera inspection and the training he underwent as well as the licensing requirements for home inspections. He highlights the necessary training required to effectively and efficiently inspect sewers. Reuben asks about the worst stuff found during the sewer inspection. Istvan discusses the Orangeburg pipe and the use of wood pulp and tar that absorbs moisture and becomes distorted under pressure. He talks about the type of sewer pipes used in old and new homes and the common problems they see in the sewer lines. He discusses the right tools used in inspecting sewers such as the kind of camera and the length of cables. They also discuss pulling out and installing toilets when needed, changing gaskets, and caulking and sealing the toilet. Tessa inquires about the credentials that consumers have to look for when choosing a sewer inspector. Istvan shares that certification and mentorship with people who have the knowledge and experience is an advantage. Istvan also talks about his book The Victory Mindset. He shares that he loves inspiring other people to develop their passion and drive to go after their dreams and live the lives they always wanted to live. To join Istvan's sewer training, visit sewertraining.com. Send your questions and podcast topic request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentorship can be an important aspect to facilitate growth in nature photography. What kinds of workshops we choose to attend and the type of photographer we choose to learn from can also be instrumental in our growth process in photography. This week on the podcast, I was joined by Colin Sillerud, a photographer living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I have enjoyed Colin's photography for a long time so it was great to get to talk to him on the podcast. I've always found him to be very engaging, thoughtful, and kind. On today's show, we discuss the role of mentors in our photographic journey, approaches to teaching workshops, and so much more. So grab yourself a cup of coffee, a beer, or a nice wine, and enjoy the show. On this week's episode, we also discuss: Colin's journey into photography, The role that mentorship played in Colin's development, Colin's relationship with his father and how that impacted his photography, Colin's approach to teaching workshops, And a lot more! Other topics discussed on the podcast this week: Colin's workshops. Enter the Natural Landscape Photography Awards. Support the podcast on Patreon. Here is who Colin recommended on the podcast this week: Jake Werth. Laura Oppelt. Matt Meisenheimer. Jim Tang. If you enjoyed the conversation with Colin, you can join us for a fun bonus recording over on Patreon where we discuss backcountry road adventures in the American Southwest and getting our vehicles into lots of precarious situations. I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. We also have an Instagram page, a Facebook Page, and a Facebook Group - so don't be shy! Did you also know we have listener after-parties on Twitter Spaces? This is a great opportunity to interact with other listeners, guests, and the host (when I can) regarding your thoughts on the episode. We also have a searchable transcript of every episode! Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week. P.S. you can also support the podcast by purchasing items through our B+H affiliate link.
The Line Opinion Panel dives into the chaos in Otero County where commissioners have been sued and ordered to certify primary election results. Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver has also referred those commissioners to the Attorney General for potential criminal and civil violations of the state's election code. The panel also assesses a bipartisan plan to address gun violence that largely relies on the expansion of red flag laws, which already exist here in New Mexico. That plan includes necessary funding to enforce those laws but falls short of demands from gun control advocates. The plan is also sparking backlash among gun owners who say red flag laws are a constitutional infringement. Our Land Executive Producer Laura Paskus talks with Carolyn Donnelly about the ins and outs of managing our New Mexico dams and reservoirs. Donnelly is the water operations supervisor for the Albuquerque Area Office, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Line Host: Gene Grant Correspondent: Laura Paskus, Our Land Executive Producer Guest: Carolyn Donnelly, Water Operations Supervisor, Albuquerque Area Office, U.S. Bureau of Recalamation Line Opinion Panelists: Tom Garrity, Garrity Group Public Relations Rebecca Latham, CEO, Girl Scouts of New Mexico Julie Ann Grimm, editor & publisher, Santa Fe Reporter For More Information: Some NM House Incumbents Fail to Secure Nominations - KUNM Sanchez Defeats Montoya For District 40 Nod – Santa Fe New Mexican County's Refusal to Certify Vote Hints at Election Chaos – Associated Press Bipartisan Senate Group Reached Agreement on Gun Reforms - Yahoo Tentative Senate Gun Deal Has Surprises, Loose Ends – Santa Fe New Mexican Senate Gun Deal Likely to Face Pushback from GOP – The Hill --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nmif/message
Here's what we're talking about today: From the Atlantic - The Civil War Isn't OverMore January 6th Details EmergeMain Story from Washington PostElection NewsNY Times: Texas Republicans Approve Far-Right Platform Declaring Biden's Election IllegitimateNY Times: Amid Jan. 6 Revelations, Election Lies Still Dominate the G.O.P.Politico: GOP commission refuses to certify New Mexico primary voteAP News: US sees heightened extremist threat heading into midtermsMore than 200 people killed in EthiopiaVia NPR
This week, we commemorate Juneteenth by looking into the history of the 13th Amendment and modern-day slavery in the United States. If you like our podcast, make sure to leave a 5-star review! Useful links from the episode:Members of White nationalist militia group arrested before rioting at a Pride eventSenate announces deal on bipartisan gun control billFox News airs surprisingly positive and well done segment on trans boy and his familyKandiss Taylor, the “Jesus, Guns and Babies” candidate for Georgia governor refuses to concede after receiving just 3% of the vote and coming in third in the GOP primary, calling the election rigged and pleading for those who voted for her to send her signed affidavits attesting to their vote.GOP commission refuses to certify New Mexico primary voteGOP appointed head of Wisconsin election investigation throws misogynistic tantrum in court13th Amendment to the US constitutionSugar Land 95Chattahoochee Brick CompanyBy the end of the 1870s 95% of the prison population of Southern states were Black
This episode of Big Blend Radio's "Toast to The Arts" Show features contemporary figurative artist Victoria Chick and Las Cruces Museums Curator Jennifer McClung. Victoria discusses her upcoming art exhibit "Symbols of New Mexico - A Personal Story" that will be on display at the Branigan Cultural Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico from July 29 - Sept. 25, 2022. Jennifer gives an overview of the historic Branigan Cultural Center as well as the adjoining Museum of Art, Museum of Nature & Science, and nearby Railroad Museum. More at: https://www.las-cruces.org/1523/Museums Victoria is based in the art community of Silver City, New Mexico. She appears on Big Blend Radio every 3rd Saturday. See her work here: https://victoriachick.com/
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Biden defends meeting with Saudi prince, says talks part of broader meeting Jan. 6 Panel Could Start Sharing Transcripts With Justice Dept. in July Kate Bush is number one, thanks to Stranger Things Hero at Alabama church shooting subdued gunman, police say death toll rises to 3 How Texans have coped without water in US heat wave Trump blasts Jan. 6 committee, Mike Pence in speech to Evangelical Christian groups Juneteenth ice cream and paper plates Companies keep getting holiday wrong Republican Senate gun negotiator walks out of talks Election standoff ends in New Mexico county after false fraud claims threw primary certification into question Trump fires back at Jan. 6 committee, calls hearings disgraceful performance Ukraine moves one step closer to EU membership Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary Russias Putin condemns mad and thoughtless Western sanctions Bennie Thompson Has Spent His Career Protecting Voting Rights Nepal to move Everest base camp from melting glacier Vince McMahon WWE CEO steps down amid misconduct inquiry New Mexico county commissioner who refuses to certify recent election results sentenced for role in January 6 attack Prince William letter honours fallen US Capitol officer Remains of UK journalist Phillips identified in Brazil
FDA Approves COVID Vaccines For Kids Under Five Parents of young kids may finally breathe a big sigh of relief. On Friday the FDA granted emergency use authorization for COVID-19 vaccines for kids under the age of five. The agency approved a two-dose regimen from biotech firm Moderna and three-dose regimen from Pfizer. Small children could begin getting vaccinated as early as next week. Umair Irfan, staff writer at Vox, joins Ira to talk about COVID vaccines for little kids, the largest forest fire in New Mexico's history and a Google engineer who claims an AI chatbot is sentient and more. What Would Happen To IVF If Roe V. Wade Is Overturned? An overturn of Roe v. Wade could have rippling effects far beyond access to abortions. Some state laws designed to ban or severely restrict abortion could also disrupt the process of fertilizing, implanting, and freezing embryos used in in vitro fertilization. That's because some of these laws include language about life beginning at conception, raising questions about in vitro fertilization's (IVF) legality. Roughly 2% of all infants in the United States are born following the use of some form of artificial reproductive technology. While that figure might seem small, it's nearly double what it was just a decade ago. Ira talks with Stephanie Boys, associate professor of social work and adjunct professor of law at Indiana University, about the legal implications of an overturn of Roe v. Wade on IVF treatment. Later, Ira also interviews Dr. Marcelle Cedars, director of the division of reproductive endocrinology at UC San Francisco and president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, about the science behind IVF and what people often get wrong about when and how life begins. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
The "happily ever after" theme does not apply to Ray Ray McElrathbey in the two years after his story was chronicled in the Disney movie Safety. McElrathbey became immersed in stock-market investing and is now trying to recoup losses amid the significant economic downturn of 2022. He started his own shipping company but has been hit hard figuratively by the rising fuel prices, and literally last month when a truck he was driving careened off a back road in New Mexico and down a ravine. He was hospitalized, the truck was totaled, and he later rented a car and drove home to Atlanta. He considers himself lucky to be alive. McElrathbey, who took custody of his younger brother Fahmarr while at Clemson in 2006, is deeply conflicted about what was gained from the movie and what was lost. He said he was so eager to have his story chronicled by Disney that he quickly signed up without much consideration of compensation, and he regrets that his little brother doesn't have more to show for it. "Fahmarr trusted me to handle everything, and I didn't do it in the best way possible. I should have gotten us a better deal." While the movie's chronicling of Ray Ray and Fahmarr brought feel-good vibes, the depictions of his mother and father were much different. His mother had to deal with being defined as a junkie. She continues to battle drug addiction, Ray Ray says. "The movie ended with a picture of me, Fahmarr and my mother, and we were happy. But that was after the credits, and most people don't sit through the credits," Ray Ray says. "She's more than just an addict. Not that I blame Disney for that; it's just that I was so giddy and excited about doing a movie that I didn't think about any ramifications about what it was like for my mom to be portrayed like that. I thought it was just all good no matter how it went down." His father, who died of heart failure at age 54 two years before the movie aired, was cast as a deadbeat dead from the beginning in 2006 when Oprah Winfrey and other national voices descended on Clemson to chronicle the story. Ray Ray was largely responsible for those portrayals, and he now punishes himself for not having more perspective and wisdom about a father who was much more loving and redeeming than he believed years ago. The recent accident in New Mexico brought a revelation in Ray Ray: His real calling might be spending the rest of his life sharing his story, and doing more to help children in need. Probably the foremost lesson Ray Ray is now experiencing in his mid-30s: Severe childhood trauma takes decades to sort out and resolve. And resolution most certainly isn't achieved with a Disney movie.
In this episode: The FAQ is: What are the 3 best lighthouses to visit in California? Today's Destination : Durango to Phoenix, Arizona Today's Mistake-I should have used sunscreen on my neck Travel Advice: If traveling in a van use folding bags Destination: Road Trip: Durango To Phoenix The first place that catches your eye is the UNESCO World Heritage Mesa Verde National Park when you drive west from Durango. I would love to stop there next time to see the Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings. That is on my list of places to visit on my next trip. You can see 700 years of culture in this place, in a half day! https://www.nps.gov/meve/index.htm - https://www.viator.com/tours/Durango/Mesa-Verde-700-Year-Tour/d23639-45775P1?mcid=56757 4 corners. Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah are meeting up here. https://www.utahscanyoncountry.com/four-corners-monument Both sides of the freeway are scenic with monuments for 25 miles, Kayenta is one of the towns. Thinking of Forrest Gump. Tom Hanks movie. Was running along the road, and then he stops. He just did. It reminds me of that road, back in 1994 when he did an ultra ultra marathon and then just ended it in this beautiful valley. See show notes for details. https://www.capegazette.com/blog-entry/must-see-forrest-gump%E2%80%99s-famous-scene-monument-valley/190930 Today's Mistake Not enough sunscreen on neck Today's Travel Advice: If traveling in a van use folding bags Connect with Dr Travelbest Drmarytravelbest.com Dr. Mary Travelbest Twitter Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Page Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Group Dr. Mary Travelbest Instagram email: email@example.com Dr. Mary Travelbest Podcast Dr. Travelbest on TikTok Dr.Travelbest onYouTube
Missouri is changing their teacher certification rubrics because of a lack of teachers and the failing profession. Cicily from New Mexico provides us updates on the state of education there, and the FDA is approving jabs for kids (6 months to 5 years old), and the public comments that came from their latest zoom meeting are incredible.
About ten stakes races this weekend from New Mexico, Texas and California. Headed by the Ed Burke Million Futurity. Featuring multiple graded stakes winning jockey Mario Delgado --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twentyoneseconds/support
Kate Gerwin sits down with the band to talk all about the happy accidents that brought her bar in Albuquerque its name - how she wound up with a distiller's license, why she's able to pay her staff a living wage and what all that astroturf is doing on the ceiling. Plus, it's the west coast show! The band is scattered up and down the left coast this week, and for once, none of them are out there opening a bar - just drinking at them.Please SUBSCRIBE and RATE the show if you can. Join us each week as we sit down with a wide range of hospitality and spirits experts from around the world to discuss everything that impacts our business. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM:Damon Boelte @DamonBoelteSother Teague @CreativeDrunkGreg Benson @100ProofGregSpeakeasy Podcast @SpeakeasyPodcastFOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Sother Teague @CreativeDrunk SpeakeasyRadio @SpeakeasyRadio#DrinkingOnTheRadioHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Speakeasy by becoming a member!The Speakeasy is Powered by Simplecast.
The Western megadrought. This year, it's brought early, record-breaking wildfires to New Mexico. The drought is forcing permanent ecosystem changes. Can there be longterm solutions? Mayor Louie Trujillo and John D'Antonio join Meghna Chakrabarti.
Human remains were discovered near a makeshift campsite in April 2019 near the Sioux Hustler Trail that runs through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Law enforcement later identified the remains as those of 29-year-old Jordan Grider, a New Mexico resident who was attempting to spend an entire winter camping in the BWCA. Authorities believe he was eaten by wolves, likely after he died from an unknown injury. In this episode of the podcast, host Joe Friedrichs and DNR Conservation Officer Sean Williams visit the site where Grider made his final camp. Also in this episode, host Matthew Baxley shares an update on the rebuild of the iconic Stairway Portage between Duncan and Rose lakes in the BWCA. Trail builder Willie Bittner talks with Matthew for the update. And with the warmer temperatures, Matthew and Joe also have an upbeat fishing report to share from the Boundary Waters.
Could we actually replicate the biomes of Earth on other planets? In September 1991, eight intrepid explorers entered Biosphere 2 in the Arizona desert to spend two years seeing if humans could sustain life in the same way biosphere 1, the Earth, does. And it wasn't so great, unless you're heavily into mites, cockroaches, Steve Bannon and pot-bellied pigs. Strange Country cohosts Beth and Kelly discuss this failed experiment and why it might more sense to fix this planet than try to ruin other ones. Theme music: Big White Lie by A Cast of Thousands Cite your sources: Bruck, C. (2017, May 1). How Hollywood remembers Steve Bannon. The New Yorker. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/05/01/how-hollywood-remembers-steve-bannon Cooper, M. (1991, April 2). Take this terrarium and shove it. Village Voice. http://www.science-bbs.com/184-skeptic/fde8be2039817870.htm Dewdney, A. Kee. Yes, We Have No Neutrons: An Eye-opening Tour through the Twists and Turns of Bad Science. New York City, Wiley, 1997. Reider, Rebecca. Dreaming the Biosphere: The Theater of All Possibilities, Albuquerque, U of New Mexico P, 2010 Report Urges Biosphere 2 to Spend More Time on Science to Succeed. (1992, July 26). New York Times. https://link-gale-cay.orc.scoolaid.net/apps/doc/A174904647/STND?u=nysl_sc_ahs&sid=bookmark-STND&xid=f39c5a28. Rose, Steve. "Eight go mad in Arizona: How a lockdown experiment went horribly wrong." Guardian. The Guardian, www.theguardian.com/film/2020/jul/13/spaceship-earth-arizona-biosphere-2-lockdown. Accessed 13 June 2022. Science beyond reproach. (2001, September 26). Arizona Daily Star [Tucson, AZ], B1. https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A80229662/STND?u=nysl_sc_flls&sid=bookmark-STND&xid=276e0926 Spaceship Earth, directed by Matt Wolf, Neon, 2020. Stern, E. (1996, May 30) Project had a ‘secret' cult. Tucson Citizen. http://tucsoncitizen.com/morgue2/1996/05/30/113-project-had-secret-cult/ Wylie, I. (2001, May 5). Play your part in the Big Brother house: Win four months at the Biosphere 2 project. Guardian [London, England], 8. https://link-gale-cay.orc.scoolaid.net/apps/doc/A74296697/AONE?u=nysl_sc_ahs&sid=bookmark-AONE&xid=453bcf7a Zimmer, Carl. "The Lost History of One of the World's Strangest Science Experiment." The New York Times, 29 Mar. 2019, www.nytimes.com/2019/03/29/sunday-review/biosphere-2-climate-change.html. Accessed 13 June 2022.
Today, we begin with news of the airdate for the next January 6th hearing, and a Barry Loudermilk ‘tour of the Capitol office building' video is leaked. Then, new details about a key meeting that happened in the Oval Office on January 3rd, investigators in Georgia are seeking testimony from celebrity publicist Trevian Kutti, and a new case of election denial in New Mexico. Finally, the newest out of Russia, and the Federal Reserve has stated they'll be raising the interest rate in an effort to fight inflation. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: CBS: How to watch Thursday's House Jan. 6 committee hearing focusing on Trump's "relentless" pressure on Pence NBC: Jan. 6 panel releases new surveillance video of tour given on eve of riot Washington Post: New details emerge of Oval Office confrontation three days before Jan. 6 CNN: Georgia investigators seek testimony from former Kanye West publicist who approached election worker NY Times: Moscow Court Orders Brittney Griner Held in Jail for Another 18 Days Politico: Alexei Navalny moved to infamous maximum security prison, says aide AP News: Fed attacks inflation with its largest rate hike since 1994
Hosts Liz and Meg discuss season 4, episode 2 of 'Roswell, New Mexico', breaking down Bonnie and Clyde (do we love these two?!), Liz's further journey of work/life balance, Kyle Valenti's scrub joggers (all medical professionals should be required to wear these forever), and that shocking ending scene! Tune in and share your thoughts with the hosts on Twitter @Pure_Fandom and on purefandom.com.
Guests: Ryan Reilly, Danya Perry, George Conway, Rep. Adam Schiff, Parker MolloyA blueprint for the attack on the Capitol. Tonight: The new document from the Proud Boys detailing their plan for January 6. Then, how one of the rioters got a tour of the Capitol from a Republican congressman the day before the insurrection. Plus, the planned hearing tomorrow focusing on Vice President Mike Pence. And the real-life consequences of the big lie on a local election in New Mexico.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised interest rates by 0.75%, the largest move it has made in a single meeting since 1994. The central bank messaged that further interest rate hikes will come this year, as the Fed leans on higher borrowing costs to dampen demand and work to slow faster-than-expected inflation. Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Arizona, California, and Nevada all receive water from the Colorado River and next year will see a decrease of between 2 million and 4 million acre-feet of water due to the ongoing drought that has gripped most of the Western U.S. (An acre-foot is the amount of water needed to cover one acre of land in one-foot-deep water.) Current allotments of water from the Colorado range from 300,000 acre-feet for Nevada to 4.4 million acre-feet for California. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Waldman and Greg Dworkin sure are some witty guys! Come for the snappy banter, stay for their sophisticated repartee. Nice! 69% of those polled say attempting to overturn election results is a crime. It would be nicer if even more did embrace reality, but more than 100 GQP primary winners won supporting the Big Lie, and their goal is to make their fantasy reality. You and I know they're screwballs, but so do their supporters, therefore it might not be wise to take them lightly, or to strategically support them, because we might get more than we're asking for. A county in New Mexico won't certify its election results once the GQP quit liking the voting machines following displeasing results. Republicans playing with QAnon fire got burnt in Nevada. Nationwide, gangs of constitutional sheriffs threaten to kill or be killed busting up voting machines and democracy. Somehow, there were still elections yesterday. Meanwhile, justice and the January 6 committee march on, building a case for a criminal conspiracy, and for locking up Donald Trump. If they don't catch him, someone will. Half of the Republican party should go to jail, while the other half should go broke supporting them. Today justice has been slightly delayed, but not denied, they're only just building up pressure. So… Uhm, thanks Kyrsten Sinema, for helping put together the first significant gun safety legislation in a generation through your own special brand of inscrutable magic and by pointing out red flags to those only looking to surf a red wave. Fences are going up around the Capitol again. Could be the Supreme Court on abortion... Oh, well, we will just have to wait for the announcement, I guess.
Albuquerque, New Mexico-based singer, songwriter, guitar player who, in April, released his third EP, which has four songs and is actively being promoted during a jam-packed tour schedule this summer that takes him through eleven states over four months, which follow the same number of states he has already played in so far in 2022. This month he will hit his 500,00th mile driven on tour since starting in 2016. In his travels he has performed with the likes of Third Eye Blind, Sister Hazel, and Lifehouse, among others. In total he has played in 46 states and seven different countries.
Couy Griffin is the founder of Cowboys For Trump and the County Commissioner of Otero County, New Mexico. He led a group of thousands in prayer at the United States Capital Building on January 6, 2021. He never entered the building. He did not assault or threaten anyone. Yet the FBI showed up at his home, arrested him and put him in solitary confinement for three weeks. On June 17, 2022, he will be sentenced for "entering a restricted area." This is our government being tyrannical. Please contribute to his Give Send Go account to help cover his legal expenses:https://www.givesendgo.com/couyAnd subscribe to The Right Side with Doug Billings at: https://dougnew.blazewebtech.com/membership/#membershipplan
Summer means fishing! In this episode of the Wisconsin Sportsman podcast, Josh catches up with Mike from FLY ALL SZN. Mike is an avid fly fisherman who has traveled the US chasing trout on the fly. From the Appalachians to the Driftless to the mountains of Idaho and even the deserts of New Mexico, Mike's passion for fly fishing has taken him all over the place. One of the unique things about Mike is how he combines his passion for fly fishing with his passion for fitness. It's common in the hunting space to see folks highlight fitness as a way of going father and staying longer while hunting. It's not everyday you hear someone talk about fishing in the same way, but Mike does! Topics covered include how FLY ALL SZN started, how Mike got into fly fishing, backcountry fly fishing adventures, and why making content looks glamorous, but often sucks! To wrap things up, Mike shares some tips for beginning fly fishermen and anglers who will be targeting the Wisconsin Driftless. Big thanks to our partners! TACTACAM - www.tactacam.com DEERLAB - www.deerlab.com, use code WISCONSIN for 20% off any plan. Huntworth - www.huntworthgear.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices