Tune in as Chris talks the end of Cannon, the dissolution of the Go-Go Boys, & their place in cinematic history as the LSCE closes out the Summer of Cannon. Join Us! Works Cited: Bing, Jonathan. Spidey suitors evaded snare of rights snafu (A Tangled Web). Variety. May 20, 2002. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22. Brennan, Judy. “Film: Three top MGM/Pathe Officers Out.” Variety. June 24, 1991. Article Link. Accessed 5/2/22 “Cannon in Healing State, Film Boss Golan Maintains.” Variety. Nov 23, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22. “Cashing in on the Lambada Craze.” Telegram & Gazette. Mar 16, 1990. Article Link. Accessed 5/2/22. Cieply, Michael. “Documentary Explores B-Film Kingdom of Golan and Globus.” The New York Times. Sept. 7, 2014. Article Link. Accessed 4/25/2022. Daniels, Bill. “Golan, Parretti Break Ties Binding 21st Century Film to Pathe.” Variety. April 19, 1989. Article Link. 4/27/22. Du Bain, Rae. “Golan Caught in Trapp Flap.” Variety. April 22, 1996. 1, 107. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22. Ebert, Roger. “Reviews: Mack the Knife.” Chicago Sun Times. Feb 2, 1990. Article Link. Accessed 9/23/22. Gates, Anita. “Menahem Golan, Passionate Auteur of the B-Movie, Is Dead at 85.” The New York Times. Aug 10, 2014. Article Link. Accessed 4/25/2022. “Globus on Lawyers, Bankers & Friends. Variety. 10/05/1988. Article Link. Accessed 5/2/22. “Golan, Globus Partners Again.” The Jerusalem Post. 8/27/1993. Article Link. Accessed 4/26/22. Groves, Don. “Film: After Split from Parretti, Golan Sez He's Reborn.” Variety. April 26, 1989. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22. Hartley, Mark. Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films! 2014. Warner Bros. Pictures, 2014. 106 Mins. Maslin, Janet. “Review/Film: Tawdriness is Emphasized in ‘Mack the Knife.'” The New York Times. Feb 2, 1990. Article Link. Accessed 9/23/22. Medalia, Hilla. The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films. 2014. MVD Visual, 2021. Blu Ray. “MGM-Pathe is Sued by its Ex-President.” The Wall Street Journal. Sept 4, 1991. Article Link. Accessed 5/2/22. “More Pensive, Less Intensive, Cannon Packs 13 Pics to AFM.” Variety. Feb 2, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 5/2/22. Segers, F. Film: Cannes Festival News – Golan On Globus: It's Like Divorce; Cousins Speaking only Through Lawyers: Pair Disputes Projects. Variety. May 24, 1989. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22. Trunick, Austin. Cannon Film Guide Volume 1: 1980-1984. Orlando, FL: Bear Manor Media, 2020. Trunick, Austin. Cannon Film Guide Volume 2: 1985-1987. Orlando, FL: Bear Manor Media, 2022. Tugend, Tom. “Menahem Golan Just Keeps on Going.” The Jerusalem Post. April 2, 1992. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message
It's hard to imagine a political event that was covered more intensively in real time than Trump's two impeachments. But only now, 18 months after the Senate acquitted Trump a second time, we are learning crucial new details about what happened behind the scenes of those proceedings. And only now are we starting to reckon with what those two failed impeachments have wrought for Congress, the presidency, and the Constitution — and who was responsible. That reckoning comes courtesy of Playbook's own Rachael Bade and Washington Post national security reporter Karoun Demirjian, who on Oct. 18 will publish “Unchecked: The Untold Story Behind Congress's Botched Impeachments of Donald Trump.” It's an unsparing look at the characters, the calculations and, frequently, the cowardice that shaped Congress's dealings with Trump — and how the results have likely changed impeachment forever. On this week's Playbook Deep Dive, Rachael and Karoun talk extensively about their book and its provocative argument with Playbook editor Mike DeBonis. It's a reunion for the trio, who covered Capitol Hill together at the Washington Post and watched closely as Congress struggled to hold Trump to account. They discuss why “Unchecked” is an unapologetically “both sides” book, how congressional leaders' public rhetoric rarely matched private reality, and just how many impeachment articles President Joe Biden might be facing if Republicans take the House. Mike DeBonis is Playbook's editor for POLITICO. Rachael Bade is Playbook's co-author for POLITICO. Karoun Demirjian is a national security reporter at The Washington Post. Afra Abdullah is an associate producer for POLITICO audio. Kara Tabor is a producer for POLITICO audio. Brook Hayes is senior editor for POLITICO audio. Adam Allington is senior producer for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is executive producer for POLITICO audio.
Ronnie Dunn of Brooks and Dunn drops in to talk about his latest album 100 Proof Neon, growing up in Texas, hanging out with the Rolling Stones, and of course…Brooks and Dunn. The duo has won a crazy amount of awards including: 28 ACMs, 19 CMAs (the most of any artist), 2 GRAMMY Awards, and more than 30 million records sold as country music's most-awarded duo in history. But we found out what accolade was the most special for him to earn. Ronnie also shares stories about his dad and how his father wanted to be an artist, how he used to live in Johnny Cash's cabin and what went down the first time they met!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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On this episode Miguel talks about his experience trying jiu jitsu, and we discuss the latest things we've been watching, from Bob Ross Docs, Untold Stories, and Thor Love & Thunder. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/panana-st/support
On this episode of Our American Stories, you are about to hear the untold story of Hollywood legend Steve McQueen, told by McQueen expert, Marshall Terrill. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Take a trip through the galaxy of good vibes with your host, Peter Hamm, and today's special guests, Mr. Will "The Rat" Rotza, and surprise guest Dr. Walter Woodruff. FOLLOW PETER ON IG: @WhatsGoodPeter FOLLOW THE SHOW IG: @HammPlanet FOLLOW THE CLIPS IG: @HammPlanetClips FOLLOW THE CLIPS ON TIKTOK: @HammPlanetClips CONNECT WITH PETER: PETER HAMM'S DRUM LINK ► Business Inquiries ONLY PeteHamm94@gmail.com ► Featured Guest Inquiries ONLY HammPlanet@gmail.com ABOUT THE PODCAST The Hamm Planet Podcast Theme is "Good Vibes // Great People // Glorious Stories" - So if you're into that vibe, get comfy and prepare for an absolute epic episode that will go down in history. The goal of the Hamm Planet Podcast is to provide value and focus on the good in life. - Good Life Stories - Good Debates - Good Discussion - Good Hot Takes - Good Adventures - Good Knowledge - Good Triumphs - Good Strategies - Good Goals - Good Data - Good Times - Good People Nothing more, nothing less. During the podcast, we share our life experiences, reflect on unforgettable stories, dig deep, shoot the breeze, speak our minds, talk about what life has taught us, and most importantly - we have a damn good time! Learn more at www.HammPlanet.com ***PLEASE NOTE*** The HAMM PLANET PODCAST is a significant break from the typical content viewers have come to expect from the channel & we could not be more proud and hyped to watch this show unfold, grow and flourish over the years. Please be advised that we will be exploring a wide variety of topics (some adult-themed) and our younger viewers (and their parents) should be advised that some topics will be for mature audiences only. The HAMM PLANET PODCAST is a show for entertainment purposes only. #PeterHamm #KatieMikles #HammPlanetPodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-hamm0/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peter-hamm0/support
Today's woman grew up in a middle class home with two working parents. From an early age she was very responsible and often showed up as a leader. As she grew into a young woman, the bible verse “to whom much is given, much is required” guided her path. She worked with others to develop high performance leaders and teams. And her impact grew as she served as a global executive in a variety of top companies. Today she has turned her talents and wealth of knowledge to the boardroom where she sits on two public and two private boards. It is my pleasure to introduce you to Lynn Utter.
An American martial artist competes in an underground tournament where fights can go to the death. Tune in as Chris talks JCVD, Frank Dux, & Friendship- Plus Peter Martin of Chunk McBeefChest stops by in the sidecar as the LSCE screens the 1988 cult classic “Bloodsport.” Join us! @LSCEP Check out Peter Martin @ https://chunkmcbeefchest.com Works Cited: “Cannon in Healing State, Film Boss Golan Maintains.” Variety. Nov 23, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22. “Cannon Special: Golan: Bundle of Contradictions.” Variety. Oct 5, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 4/26/22 “Cannon Special: Cannon Sets Aside $19-Mil to Settle Suits.” Variety. Oct. 5, 1988. 70. Article Link. Accessed 4/25/22. Dawes. “Film Reviews: Bloodsport.” Variety. March 2, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 9/6/22. Downey, Travis.“PULLING PUNCHES: 'Bloodsport' Choreographer Shows Local Youth How to Defend Themselves without Physical Harm.” Northwest Florida Daily News. September 25, 2009. Article Link.Accessed 9/7/22. Harris, Blake. “Inspiration for Bloodsport.” Slashfilm.com. March 24, 2016. Article Link. Accessed 9/3/22. Hartley, Mark. Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films! 2014. Warner Bros. Pictures, 2014. 106 Mins. Johnson, John. “Ninja: Hero or Master Fake? Others Kick Holes in Fable Past of Woodland Hills Martial Arts Teacher. The Los Angeles Times. May 1, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 8/30/22. Kehr, Dave. “Action film ‘Bloodsport' fails in its motive and message.” The Chicago Tribune. April 22, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 9/8/22. Klardy, Leonard. “Movie Review: Bloodsport. A Blow for Cliches.” The Los Angeles Times. Feb 29, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 9/8/22. Marich, Robert. Cannon Special: Focus Cannon Group: Cannon Ran, Stumbled, Wouldn't Call It Quits. Variety. Oct. 5, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 4/27/22 Medalia, Hilla. The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films. 2014. MVD Visual, 2021. Blu Ray. Special to the New York Times. Company News; Cannon Group Details A Reorganization Plan. The New York Times. April 12, 1988. Article Link. Accessed 4/26/22. Trunick, Austin. Cannon Film Guide Volume 2: 1985-1987. Orlando, FL: Bear Manor Media, 2022. Vanhooker, Brian. “An Oral History of Trump's Love of Van Damme's ‘Bloodsport.'” Mel Magazine. Article Link. Accessed 9/16/22. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message
Welcome back to another episode of REAL TALK! In today's episode, we are reacting to a post from the Reddit thread "Am I the Asshole?" and figuring out who's the asshole in the situation. Today's episode is brought to you by a post from a reddit user named deliahdyno. And their story goes: https://www.reddit.com/r/AmItheAsshole/comments/xbn2n0/aita_for_dropping_our_dinner_on_the_ground_and/ Other topics include:-Update from Ep. 123-TikTok Trends-Did we take part in trends?-Cringy trends-Harry Mack/Omegle-Our Internet Trends-Image is important-Untold Stories on Netflix
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Lewis Capaldi is one of the biggest singers and musicians in the world today whose last album went 4x platinum. His new single is Forget me and it's out now. Known for his authentic and honest style, Lewis is unlike any poster that's come before him. But behind the everyman ‘boy from Glasgow' persona is a vulnerable side to Lewis. After a 3 year hiatus from music he tells us, for the very first time, he opens up about his struggles with sometimes crippling anxiety, how he ‘hates recording albums', and the intense pressure he puts himself under that drives everything he does. This conversation is a hell of a ride. Expect what you thought you knew about Lewis to be turned upside down. But in the process of listening to this conversation with the pop star whose persona is that he has nothing to hide, you'll see just how much he's been holding back all this time. Topics: Early years Hypochondria Panic attacks Being self deprecating Comparing the first album to the new one The pandemic saved my panic attacks Questioning what I'm doing Tourettes Mental health What would you liked to have been at 16? How do others get where you are Social media marketing Writing songs Relationships Whats the questions you'e never been asked before? The downside of your passion becoming your profession Other people perception of you Are you confident Your new music Future goals The last guest question Lewis: https://www.instagram.com/lewiscapaldi/ Lewis' new album: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4GNC7GD6oZMSxPGyXy4MNB?autoplay=true Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos](https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos) Follow us on Telegram: https://t.me/diaryofaceo](https://t.me/diaryofaceo) Sponsors: BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
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The fact that there is a need for student loan forgiveness really paints a picture of just how complicated education funding has become. So how did we get to this point, and why is the already huge cost of attending college continuing to increase? To answer this, I interviewed my dad, Ken Clarke, who spent more than 35 years working as a financial aid professional. When he retired, he was the dean of financial aid for all Maricopa County community colleges in Arizona, and he had helped thousands of students navigate the financial aid process throughout his career. In this episode, my dad talks more about the ins and outs of student loans, including: The history of student loans. Where student loans came from. What happened in history that made student loans so expensive and have such high interest rates. This is actually the second half of the conversation I had with my dad about student loans. If you missed the first part, head over to listen to Season 7, Episode 3: “Real Talk: You Should Support Student Loan Forgiveness,” where we tackle four of the most common arguments against student loan forgiveness. 6 Characteristics of a Positive Community Anti-racism is a vital part of EVERY community. It's not something we should silo away from the other communities we are a part of, whether that's your neighborhood, church, PTA, craft circle, fitness group, etc. We should just focus on building healthy communities — where we strive for fairness, communicate when there's friction, embrace freedom of expression and celebrate traditions together. And First Name Basis is here to help you do it! Visit firstnamebasis.org/positivecommunity to get your FREE printable of the 6 characteristics of a positive community, adapted for the podcast from Dr. Nicole Celestine's work. Ally Elementary and Ally Elementary Jr. We are opening the doors to both Ally Elementary and Ally Elementary Jr. on Sept. 20! Parents have been asking for a practical, interactive way to implement the anti-racist strategies that I lay out in the First Name Basis Podcast, so I created Ally Elementary and Ally Elementary Jr. Ally Elementary is geared toward third-eighth graders, while Ally Elementary Jr. is for the smaller allies in our lives who are in preschool-second grade. During these programs, parents will work together with their children to create a culture of anti-racism in their home. We will use hands-on activities to teach our children about everything from the untold story of how race was created to how they can disrupt racism in their everyday lives to how they can learn more about their individual identity and culture. I am so excited to watch the families in our community make a meaningful transformation and improve their communities through anti-racist action. Click here to join the waitlist for Ally Elementary (for third-eighth graders) Click here to join the waitlist for Ally Elementary Jr. (for preschool-second graders) Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode First Name Basis Podcast: Season 7, Episode 3: “Real Talk: You Should Support Student Loan Forgiveness” with Ken Clarke First Name Basis Podcast: Season 2, Episode 5: “A Conversation With My Dad About Black History Month” with Ken Clarke First Name Basis Podcast: Season 3, Episode 14: “The Untold Story of Fried Chicken” with Ken Clarke First Name Basis Podcast: Season 4, Episode 10: “The Memory That I Can't Shake: The Why Behind Ally Elementary” First Name Basis Podcast: Season 5, Episode 16: “Age Appropriate Anti-Racism” “Fact Sheet: President Biden Announces Student Loan Relief for Borrowers Who Need It Most,” The White House Who is My Student Loan Servicer? Song credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
Leah Boustan and Ran Abramitzky join host Loren Steffy to discuss their new book, "Streets of Gold: America's Untold Story of Immigrant Success." The writers discuss the success and economic impacts of immigrants in the United States.
Racial classification is ubiquitous in American life. Job applications, university admissions, government contracts, and much more involve checking a box stating whether one is black, white, Asian, Hispanic, or Native American.David Bernstein has written a surprising and revealing book on how these classifications came about, with the federal government playing a leading role. It asks:Should Pakistani, Chinese, and Filipino Americans be in the same category despite obvious differences in culture, appearance, religion, and more?Why does the government not allow Americans to classify themselves as biracial or multiracial?How did a dark‐complexioned, burka‐wearing Muslim Yemeni come to be classified as generically white while a blond‐haired, blue‐eyed newcomer is classified as minority if arriving from a country where Spanish is spoken?Why does the government require biomedical researchers to classify study participants by official racial categories that have no scientific basis?Bernstein's provocative book ends with a call for a separation of race and state. Commenting will be Jane Coaston, host of the New York Times's podcast The Argument, and Prof. Robert Cottrol, a scholar of race and legal history at George Washington University Law School. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's been a few weeks since the White House announced a plan for student loan forgiveness, and in that time, you've likely seen all sorts of articles and social media posts pushing back against it. Watching these arguments unfold has been frustrating, and it can be hard to know what to say. To help all of us know how to respond, I interviewed my dad, Ken Clarke, who spent more than 35 years working as a financial aid professional. I mean it when I say my dad is the perfect person to walk us through this conversation. When he retired, he was the dean of financial aid for all Maricopa County community colleges in Arizona, and he had helped thousands of students navigate the financial aid process throughout his career. The conversation I had with him was so good and full of information that I ended up splitting it into two episodes. In this first episode, we address four of the most common arguments against student loan forgiveness: The argument that the plan only helps the “elite.” The complaints about having to “foot the bill” for other people's education. The objections that the plan is “unfair” to people who have already paid off student loans. The criticism that the plan is too expensive. And be on the lookout for the bonus episode with the second half of this conversation where my dad and I talk more about the history of student loans and how college became so expensive. 6 Characteristics of a Positive Community Anti-racism is a vital part of EVERY community. It's not something we should silo away from the other communities we are a part of, whether that's your neighborhood, church, PTA, craft circle, fitness group, etc. We should just focus on building healthy communities — where we strive for fairness, communicate when there's friction, embrace freedom of expression and celebrate traditions together. And First Name Basis is here to help you do it! Visit firstnamebasis.org/positivecommunity to get your FREE printable of the 6 characteristics of a positive community, adapted for the podcast from Dr. Nicole Celestine's work. Ally Elementary and Ally Elementary Jr. We are opening the doors to both Ally Elementary and Ally Elementary Jr. on Sept. 20! Parents have been asking for a practical, interactive way to implement the anti-racist strategies that I lay out in the First Name Basis Podcast, so I created Ally Elementary and Ally Elementary Jr. Ally Elementary is geared toward third-eighth graders, while Ally Elementary Jr. is for the smaller allies in our lives who are in preschool-second grade. During these programs, parents will work together with their children to create a culture of anti-racism in their home. We will use hands-on activities to teach our children about everything from the untold story of how race was created to how they can disrupt racism in their everyday lives to how they can learn more about their individual identity and culture. I am so excited to watch the families in our community make a meaningful transformation and improve their communities through anti-racist action. Click here to join the waitlist for Ally Elementary (for third-eighth graders) Click here to join the waitlist for Ally Elementary Jr. (for preschool-second graders) Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode First Name Basis Podcast: Season 2, Episode 5: “A Conversation With My Dad About Black History Month” with Ken Clarke First Name Basis Podcast: Season 3, Episode 14: “The Untold Story of Fried Chicken” with Ken Clarke First Name Basis Podcast: Season 4, Episode 10: “The Memory That I Can't Shake: The Why Behind Ally Elementary” First Name Basis Podcast: Season 5, Episode 16: “Age Appropriate Anti-Racism” “Student Loan Debt by Race,” by Melanie Hanson, Education Data Initiative Leslie Streeter on Twitter Jon Schwarz on Twitter “Jim Crow Debt: How Black Borrowers Experience Student Loans,” by Jalil B. Mustaffa and Jonathan C.W. Davis, The Education Trust “What will student loan forgiveness mean for Black students and families?" by Andre M. Perry and Adrianna Pita, The Current Podcast from Brookings “Fact Sheet: President Biden Announces Student Loan Relief for Borrowers Who Need It Most,” The White House Who is My Student Loan Servicer? Song credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
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Welcome to 2 Tone Legacy a special 10-part audio documentary series of the Ska Boom podcast that focuses on the stories behind the songs that contribute to the enduring legacy of 2 Tone music and its ongoing impact on popular culture. When it came time for The English Beat to create a logo for their first album and for marketing posters and advertisements they called upon Hunt Emerson who is a noted British cartoonist and comic book artist. Emerson drew the Beat Girl from an original photo of a woman dancing with Prince Buster in the early 1960s that he saw in the Melody Maker in May 1979. Until now, the identity of the Beat Girl has been a mystery. But my guest Joanna Wallace has done some amazing research and online detective work to identify who the Beat girl is and to tell her fantastic and cinematic story. Watch the documentary here.Ska Boom is hosted/produced by Marc Wasserman and co-produced/engineered by Rob George. Ska Boom is the audio companion to my book Ska Boom: An American Ska & Reggae Oral History available from DiWulf Publishing and Amazon. The music clips included in this podcast fall under the “Fair Use Doctrine” as defined by Section 107 of the Copyright Act. The law allows for use of music clips for purposes of criticism, comment, and news reporting
On this episode of UNTOLD Adoption Stories, our host, Sue has a discussion with Halle who had an unexpected pregnancy at a young age and released her child. Through her open adoption, Halle reiterates how happy she is to have made the decision she did, and shares how adoption has benefited her and her child! #Adoptionstory #Openadoption #Unexpectedpregnancy #adopted #adoptedsiblings #adoption #adoptionday #adoptionplan #adoptionvideo #adoptionvideo #birthmother #iwasadopted #meetingmybirthmother #myadoptionstory #openadoptionsuccessstories #parentswhoadopt #pregnancy #pregnancytest #unplannedpregnancy #whatisopenadoptionlike
Port Authority Police Department Sergeant Susan Martha Keane was a first responder on 9/11 and witnessed several explosions both before, during & after the towers fell. Much of her story is documented in the book "Women at Ground Zero" which can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=women+at+ground+zero&crid=KZ0QQVU33P57&sprefix=women+at+ground%2Caps%2C77&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_1_15Closing audio is from Dr. Graeme MacQueen testifying before the Lawyers' Committee for 9/11 Inquiry at the Justice In Focus symposium in 2016...Email: email@example.com
My Son Noah Atwood Joins the Podcast to talk about his life and his goals. SUBSCRIBE here - https://bit.ly/RomanAtwoodPodcast - & Ring bell Noahs TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@noahatwood1?_t=8VTILIQzbK6&_r=1 Support Our Amazing Sponsors HERE SeatGeek - https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/ATWOOD SkillShare - https://skillshare.com/roman Smile More Merch - https://bit.ly/SmileMoreTees You can also listen to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes. Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-roman-atwood-podcast/id1626119488 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3uLSbAnm0qTCuM5BAJQNrj?si=OOYjvAMNRO-ePgm1Q6mdyg I hope this can be a place that genuinely brings joy to your life.
Who is Leah Boustan?Leah Boustan is a professor of economics at Princeton University and this week's guest on The Mixtape with Scott. Her research has to date largely focused on two of the largest demographic events in US history: the Great Migration of African-Americans from the rural South to industrial cities in the North and West in the mid-twentieth century, and a period of mass migration from Europe to the US from 1850-1920. She is author of two books related to both topics: Competition in the Promised Land (Princeton University Press, 2017) and Streets of Gold: America's Untold Story of Immigrant Success (PublicAffairs, 2022) with Ran Abramitzy. Leah's work with Ran on immigration to the US takes advantage of large digitized records from the Census which they linked together so that they could follow individuals over decades. This allowed them to trace out the fortunes of migrants across multiple waves of the Census to ask and attempt to answer several fundamental questions like:Did immigrants of the past pull themselves up “by their bootstraps” as the stories are often told to us and remembered?Did the children of immigrants move up America's economic ladder as fast as their “peers” — children, in other words, of established residents?Does assimilation today by immigrants happen at a similar or different speed as those in the past?The conversation was enriching for me, as all of my interviews with Leah are. In Leah you see, also a unique story of entrance into economics — through high school debate, not mathematics, where she grew to love studying the nuances of public policy from an objective yet passionate research-oriented point of view. The roads we take through our lives look like a straight line in hindsight but as we've seen with other guests are anything but at the time. Leah became an economist the way she became an economist, but I think it is a story nonetheless that many can identify with. And an article in economics that she thinks about a lot? Goldin and Katz 2002 JPE, “The Power of the Pill: Oral Contraceptives and Women's Career and Marriage Decisions”. Get full access to Scott's Substack at causalinf.substack.com/subscribe
For centuries, America has lured millions of immigrants here with dreams of rising from rags to riches in a short amount of time. But the authors of “Streets of Gold: America's Untold Story of Immigrant Success,” say that story is mostly a myth. The authors, Stanford professor Ran Abramitzky and Princeton professor Leah Boustan bust other popular opinions about immigration, such as the idea that immigrants “take all the jobs,” “refuse to assimilate,” and pose all kinds of threats to the “American way of life.” Abramitzky and Boustan spent years combing through data that painted different narratives than most Americans are used to hearing. They will join us to bust myths about immigrants and share what the research really says about immigration, past and present. Guests: Leah Boustan, professor of economics and director of the Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University Ran Abramitzky, professor of economics and Senior Associate Dean for the Social Sciences, Stanford University
Today's woman grew up in a lower class area of China. But as she grew, her status changed due to her father's success. Even though her father became successful with much hard work, he lacked a real education – something he insisted his daughter receive. So, at age 17 she left China and came to America as an exchange student. Here in new home, she felt very alone but she focused on making good grades and learning all she could. Her US host family helped her find her direction into accounting and finance. As her career unfolded, she became an executive in several industries. Today she serves as a top leader in one of the largest ground handling & aviation services companies in North America. It is my pleasure to introduce you to Ying Mcpherson.
Two-episode, 3.5 hr conversation with George K and Thomas Myrtle, on the deep, dark background of Theodore Bundy. (Scroll down for second episode.) Part One: Narrative Wars (0 – 39 mins) A diversion into darkness, the conspiratorial perspective vs. the mainstream, narrative wars, the need to exclude data to maintain coherence, losing the old narratives ... Read more
Every president has had a unique and complicated relationship with the intelligence community. While some have been coolly distant, even adversarial, others have found their intelligence agencies to be among the most valuable instruments of policy and power.The details of most PDBs are highly classified, and will remain so for many years. But the process by which the intelligence community develops and presents the Book is a fascinating look into the operation of power at the highest levels. David Priess, a former intelligence officer and daily briefer, has interviewed every living president and vice president as well as more than one hundred others intimately involved with the production and delivery of the president's book of secrets. He offers an unprecedented window into the decision making of every president from Kennedy to Obama, with many character-rich stories revealed here for the first time.HOST: Rob MellonFEATURED BREW: Singel Belgian-style Blonde Ale, Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, Richmond, VirginiaBOOK: The President's Book of Secrets: The Untold Story of Intelligence Briefings to American Presidentshttps://www.amazon.com/Presidents-Book-Secrets-Intelligence-Briefings/dp/161039769X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=MUSIC: Bones Forkhttps://bonesfork.com/
In this episode of “LA Stories,” host Giselle Fernandez revisits her conversation with Michael Harris, who was once known as “the Godfather” in South Central Los Angeles. Harris was arrested in the 1980s on attempted murder and drug trafficking charges. He spent 33 years in prison, but from behind bars, he helped build one of the most prolific music labels in the world. In 2021, then-President Donald Trump pardoned Harris in the last hours of his presidency, and once freed, “Harry-O” went right back to work. He opens up to Giselle Fernandez about going on to partner with Snoop Dogg as the COO of the all-new Death Row Records.
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We Didn't Make It To Disney… but we did make it to Edinburgh! Join us this week as we discuss our time at the Fringe Festival; as we get Nasty with Fat Rascal Theatre's Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch! With laughs, loves and loss, Unfortunate has a lot of promise; but will it deliver? From Spelling Bee's to Chihuahua's this show has some hefty Fringe competition - so dive in and download it now - the waters fine! Music: Purple-Planet.com
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Today we're talking with Sophia Galvin, founder of Rainbow Redemption Project and detransitioner, who is sharing her fascinating story of transitioning, detransitioning, and ultimately finding salvation through Christ. We discuss her initital feelings of gender dysphoria as a teen and what led her to feel the need to "transition" into a man – a transition that came with life-altering drugs and surgery. Then we discuss her realization that she was actually a woman and her process of de-transitioning. Sophia shares her journey of becoming a Christian and finding her true, permanent identity in Christ. Then, we discuss how believers should approach the topic of transgender ideology and pronouns in a truth-centered way. Rainbow Redemption Project is raising funds to pay the fees of establishing the organization as a 503(c)3. You can donate here. --- Previous Episodes: Ep 271 | Investigating the New Generations of Transgender Girls | Guest: Abigail Shrier https://apple.co/3wtRDme Ep 417 | The Self & The Sexual Revolution | Guest: Dr. Carl Trueman https://apple.co/3QS5XNR Ep 444 | The Untold Stories of 'Gender Transition' | Guest: Brandon Showalter https://apple.co/3TdYkTt Ep 636 | How BDSM, Porn, & Pedophilia Are Tied to Transgender Ideology | Guest: Genevieve Gluck https://apple.co/3wtyS2q --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices