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You might be familiar with the phrase 'emotional intelligence,' but do you know how deeply it can impact the lives of those on the front lines of service? Today's guest, Greg Campbell, Ph.D. VP of Law Enforcement & Government at TalentSmart EQ and former Deputy Chief Inspector of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service unpacks the transformative power of emotional intelligence, particularly amongst service personnel. Drawing from his personal journey that began in Compton and led to a career in law enforcement, Greg offers invaluable perspectives on understanding and harnessing our emotions to shape healthier actions.Growing up, Greg's father, a Vietnam War veteran, was emotionally distant due to unaddressed war trauma, and this personal experience sparked his interest in emotional intelligence and its potential to heal and empower. His research on the impact of emotional intelligence on first responders and military personnel is absolutely fascinating. Emotional intelligence is not just about processing trauma but also about understanding our emotions and using them to guide our actions better. As our conversation with Dr. Campbell evolves, we touch upon the realities of law enforcement and how emotional intelligence can play a vital role in policing. The power of emotional intelligence is not just theoretical; it's practical and applicable in the real world—from mentoring and training to community policing.Show Note Resources:LinkedIn: Gregory Campbell, PhD Book: Emotional Intelligence 2.0Book: Emotional Intelligence HabitsSupport the showAdditional Resources: Subscribe/Rate/Review on iTunes ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HEREEnroll Here
Get ready for the world of "Blind Fury" (1989). Directed by Phillip Noyce, this action-packed adventure delivers more sword-swinging action and eyebrow-shaving moments than you can imagine.We follow Rutger Hauer's portrayal of Nick Parker, a blind Vietnam War vet with some seriously impressive sword skills. While he can fight better than sighted people, he ends up stuck in a situation that becomes like a terrible NPC escort mission. With the most henchman I've seen a bad guy have on the payroll in a while, and a plot that takes more detours than your last road trip, "Blind Fury" is a cinematic experience that defies easy categorization.But here's the big question: Does "Blind Fury" manage to carve out its own unique place in '80s action cinema, or is it just a quirky footnote in the grand history of movies? Join us as we navigate this unpredictable journey, delivering our verdict on whether "Blind Fury" is a surprisingly entertaining hit or a head-scratching "seriously, what were they thinking?" miss.Bad Movies Rule is a movie podcast about the movies you love even if no one else does.You can support Bad Movies Rule on Patreon here.You can join our community on Facebook and TikTok.You can email the show any movie related questions for our mailbag episodes here.
Peter Roy "Lee" Elder is a Biloxi boy made good. A legend in his own right, he scouted and signed some of the best baseball players of the last 20 years. He has won multiple rings with both the New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants on top of being a VETERAN of the Vietnam War. He has lived an amazing life and was kind enough to share some of it on this episode. Come Watch!!!! Subscribe or we will steal your socks Podcast Link/ Social Media https://linktr.ee/jourdanandmatthew Merch www.crawfishandbeer.com Sponsors Gulf South Productions https://www.gulfsouthproductions.com/ Golden Gulf Insurance https://goldengulfins.com/ Loxicom https://www.loxicom.us/
Dr. Reid Lyon is one of the leading experts in reading research. After years working for and with the highest levels of the U.S. government, Dr. Lyon stepped away from his reading research. But in May 2023, Dr. Lyon released his "Ten Maxims: What We've Learned So Far About How Children Learn to Read." And of course Susan jumped at the chance to invite him onto the podcast. In a wide-reaching interview, Dr. Lyon traces his life story from the Vietnam War to the National Institute of Health. He also offers an expansive overview of what we know about teaching reading, how children learn—including a discussion of whole language vs. phonics—and his response to educators wondering what reading actually is and what methodology of teaching students to read is most effective. Be on the lookout for Part 2 of our interview with Dr. Reid Lyon, being released next week.Show notes:Dr. Reid Lyon: “Ten Maxims: What We've Learned So Far About How Children Learn to Read”Keith Rayner's research: “Eye movements in reading and information processing: 20 years of research”Marilyn Adams: Beginning to ReadSusan Brady: Phonological Processes in Literacy Emily Hanford: “Sold a Story: How Teaching Kids to Read Went So Wrong”Quotes:“Phonics—that is, looking at letters, letter patterns, learning how to bring sound to associate to those letters—is absolutely essential, non-negotiable. It has to be learned. But it in no way is sufficient to be able to comprehend, which is the goal of reading.” —Dr. Reid Lyon“Reading is a complex behavior subserved by multiple systems in the brain that integrate and inform each other.” —Dr. Reid Lyon“It's a symphony of neural activity that undergirds this very complex behavior of just learning how to read. So when people boil reading down into phonics or whole language, it's just a false characterization.” —Dr. Reid Lyon“People somehow conflated this natural ability of oral language to develop—just expose kids, just shower them with language—to reading. And reading is by no means natural. It has to be taught. It does not reside in the brain systems.” —Dr. Reid Lyon“We're hampered by the teacher-knowledge issue. That's not a teacher's fault. That's a college of education system that is bereft of responsibility. It operates on philosophical foundations. It operates on belief systems. It's very politicized. It looks at reading as a right, which it is. But it doesn't look at the instruction of reading as methodology—strategies, direct and comprehensive programs that can help most kids learn to read.” —Dr. Reid Lyon
Ryan speaks with Sid Stockdale about his who his new memoir A World Apart: Growing Up Stockdale During Vietnam speaks to, how his family survived his father's seven-year imprisonment, the valuable lessons that his father taught him about Stoicism upon his return home, the untold story of his mother's strength, and more.Sid Stockdale is a speaker, author, teacher, and the second of four sons of the late Navy Admiral James Stockdale, who survived captivity as a prisoner of War in Hanoi during the Vietnam War by embracing Stoicism and the teachings of Epictetus. Sid was an educator for 40 years, having taught history and hiring, evaluating, and mentoring teaching in independent schools across America. He currently serves on the board of trustees at his alma mater, South Kent School, in Connecticut. ✉️ Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dailystoic.com/dailyemail
Neil Hansen began his aviation career as a pilot for Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa. He later spent more than a decade in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War era as a captain for Air America, the CIA's airline that operated there during the Vietnam era and the ‘Secret War' in Laos. Neil reveled in the risky flying that fed his adrenaline addiction. Support the podcast by supporting our sponsors at www.hazardground.com/sponsors Shop Amazon! As an Amazon Associate We Earn From Qualifying Purchases...You Know The Deal! (Paid Link) Help grow the show! Spread the word, tell a friend!! Subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts! Episode Intro Music: “Prelude” by “Silence & Light” (www.silenceandlightmusic.com) Photo Credit: The Veterans Channel
The Marine Corps' deadliest sniper is Chuck Mawhinney with 103 confirmed kills during the Vietnam War. His story went untold for decades, with many books claiming Carlos Hathcock had the most kills at 93. Jim Lindsay, an author and Oregon rancher, befriended Mawhinney as both were hard-working, beer-drinking men in Oregon. Lindsay decided to help get Chuck's story out in a way befitting a man at peace with his role in Nam. Chuck viewed his job as keeping other Marines safe, he was great it. Lindsay tells the story to host Jim Fausone and writes it in "The Sniper" published by St. Martins Press.
Today you are going to hear an important story brought you by 3 MK ULTRA survivors who are bravely and courageously step up to tell us the harrowing childhood story they all have in common. Introducing: Stanford Research Institute mind-control experiment survivors: Frida, Ariadne, and Marc Victor and Marc's amazing partner, Marina Louv! Taking a few quotes off Wikipedia: “Stanford Research Institute is an American non-profit research institute and organization headquartered in Menlo Park, California. The trustees of Stanford University established SRI in 1946 as a center of innovation to support economic development in the region. The organization was founded as the Stanford Research Institute. SRI formally separated from Stanford University in 1970 and became known as SRI International in 1977. SRI performs client-sponsored research and development for government agencies, commercial businesses, and private foundations. Herbert Hoover, then a trustee of Stanford University, was also an early proponent of an institute but became less involved with the project after he was elected president of the United States.In April 1953, Walt and Roy Disney hired SRI (and in particular, Harrison Price) to consult on their proposal for establishing an amusement park in Burbank, California. SRI provided information on location, attendance patterns, and economic feasibility. SRI selected a larger site in Anaheim, prepared reports about operation, and provided on-site administrative support for Disneyland and acted in an advisory role as the park expanded.As a belated response to Vietnam War protesters who believed that funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) made the university part of the military–industrial complex, the Stanford Research Institute split from Stanford University in 1970. The organization subsequently changed its name from the Stanford Research Institute to SRI International in 1977. In 1972, physicists Harold E. Puthoff and Russell Targ undertook a series of investigations of psychic phenomena sponsored by the CIA, for which they coined the term remote viewing.In 1986, SRI.com became the 8th registered ".com" domain.In December 2007, SRI launched a spin-off company, Siri Inc., which Apple acquired in April 2010. In October 2011, Apple announced the Siri personal assistant as an integrated feature of the Apple iPhone 4S. Siri's technology was born from SRI's work on the DARPA-funded CALO project, described by SRI as the largest artificial intelligence project ever launched. Siri was co-founded in December 2007However, what they don't tell us about on Wikipedia about SRA are the horrific MK ULTRA mind control experiments that were going on behind the scenes from 1953 until 1969 at the hands of ‘Dr. Green' himself, aka: Josef Mengele on innocent children. But we are about to change that today as 3 amazing survivors come forward to share their stories with you. This is important because we often forget the vastness of where these experiments were allowed to happen. For the sake of our own discernment and for the safety of our children and youth, we need to be brave enough to lift the veil off whatever is elevated in society and look beyond what is obvious until we come to a place of truth. CONNECT WITH FRIDA: (3) Frida Halliday (@SRISurvivor) / X (twitter.com)MARC & MARINA'S YT DOCUMENTARY: The Valley: Inside MK Ultra - YouTubeCONNECT W/ EMMA:Email: email@example.comEmma Pietrzak on Direct.meEmma's Substack | Emma Katherine | SubsSupport the show
EPISODE 1722: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Bethanne Patrick , the LATimes book critic, about eight of the best novels she recommends for the Fall. Bethanne Patrick maintains a storied place in the publishing industry as a critic and as @TheBookMaven on Twitter, where she created the popular #FridayReads and regularly comments on books and literary ideas to over 200,000 followers. Her work appears frequently in the Los Angeles Times as well as in The Washington Post, NPR Books, and Literary Hub. She sits on the board of the PEN/Faulkner Foundation and has served on the board of the National Book Critics Circle. She is the host of the Missing Pages podcast. Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mary Beth Tinker, along with her brother and other students, took part in a protest against the US involvement in the Vietnam War. The protest at school lead to a case which reached all the way to the Supreme Court, and would forever change the way that students view their rights. This episode was brought to you by Nutrafol! Go to Nutrafol.com and enter the promo code "ANGRY" to save $10 off your first month's subscription AND free shipping! This episode is ALSO sponsored by Hello Fresh, America's #1 meal kit! go to HelloFresh.com/50angry and use code 50angry for 50% off plus 15% off the next 2 months! AND from NOW until HALLOWEEN Snugg Box is offering 20% off for all of the Angry Feminist listeners when you use code Feminist20 at checkout!! JOIN ME ON PATREON FOR THE ANGRY FEMINIST BOOK CLUB! Join me on Zoom for the BOOK CLUB PARTY on August 30th! Stay tuned for times! Also watch out for TWO bonus episodes this month! https://www.patreon.com/angryneighborhoodfeminist GET YOUR YANF MERCH! https://yanfpodcast.threadless.com/ Do you have a topic that you want the show to take on? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Social media: Instagram: @angryneighborhoodfeminist **Don't forget to REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!** Sources: Murder of Goodman, Schwerner and Chaney: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/freedomsummer-murder/ ‘https://www.aclu.org/documents/tinker-v-des-moines-landmark-supreme-court-ruling-behalf-student-expression https://junior.scholastic.com/issues/2018-19/010719/this-girl-fought-for-free-speech.html?language=english#930L https://humanrights.iowa.gov/icsw/mary-beth-tinker https://www.thefire.org/news/remembering-chris-eckhardt-true-free-speech-hero Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It was the most controversial election in American history. Was it 2016? Or 2020? No -- according to Luke A. Nichter, it was 1968. In this episode, we interview Professor Nichter about that pivotal election and how it changed the United States. THE YEAR THAT BROKE POLITICS: COLLUSION AND CHAOS IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1968https://www.amazon.com/Year-That-Broke-Politics-Presidential/dp/0300254393JOIN PREMIUMListen ad-free for only $5/month at www.bit.ly/TAPpremiumFOLLOW USwww.linktr.ee/thisamericanpresidentCREDITSHost: Richard LimProducer: Michael NealArtist: Nip Rogers, www.NipRogers.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5220935/advertisement
Staci welcomes Jerome Reuter, a film critic and historian whose work can be found in Diabolique magazine and various online publications. He is also the author of a new book, Electric Funeral: Black Sabbath and the Cultural Landscape 1970-1975, which is a scholarly work that drills down on the importance of the band's first albums. Discussion covers the cultural zeitgeist of the time, which includes the Boris Karloff film “Black Sabbath,” Aleister Crowley, the Vietnam War, and much more.
Stories of sacrifice, resilience and love. You’ll hear them on this Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. During the Vietnam War, American soldiers were held captive as POWs. Their stories show the power of real love in the midst of separation, hardship and danger. Don’t miss the inspiring stories you’ll encounter on Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured resource: Captured by Love: Inspiring True Romance Stories from Vietnam POWsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gus Kappler laughs a lot. If you met him in line at the grocery store, you'd never guess that he spent a year in Vietnam as a real-life Hawkeye Pierce performing unimaginable surgeries on young men with unspeakable injuries. It made him angry, and that hasn't changed. What has changed is the way he understands his anger… and how he deals with it.
In this episode, Joe Piscopo is joined by Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg (Ret.), a distinguished Vietnam War veteran, to unpack the nuances of the Kim-Putin summit and its ramifications for global geopolitics and security.
Ian O'Connor is a retired US Air Force Colonel and a recognized expert in the field of national security management. This background serves him well as the foundation for his novels. He is the author of “The Seventh Seal” and “The Barbarossa Covenant,” both thrillers. His new novel, “The Pegasus Directive,” focuses on who really killed President John F. Kennedy and all the fiendish machinations behind the assassination. The 3 novels make up the beginning of his Justin Scott Thrillers series.
Rich Schlackman is best known as a pioneer of all things direct mail - and he continues to hit the mail box and also spearheads important efforts as a GC and has expanded his reach to digital messaging. In this conversation, Rich talks his early activist roots at the '68 Democratic Convention and with names like Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden...why he gravitated to political direct mail in the mid 70s...how he took the "California Style" of mail national in the 80s and 90s...diving deep into his best practices and favorite races...plus some of the efforts for which he's been a General Consultant, like ousting Chesa Boudin as San Francisco DA last year. And of course a conversation with Rich is not complete without hearing how he became the leading wine expert among political consultants and getting his tips to make anyone a little smarter on the topic. This is a fun conversation with one of the most colorful and ground-breaking consultants in the industry.IN THIS EPISODERich grows up in a heavily union neighborhood in NYC and becomes active in the anti-Vietnam War movement...Rich's experiences as a protestor at the '68 Democratic Convention...Rich talks his time around activists Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden...How Rich pivots to direct mail in the 1970s...Rich innovates the "California style" of direct mail in the 70s and 80s...Rich talks the rise of the national direct mail firms in the 80s and 90s...Rich on a few of his favorite clients, including Congressman Vic Fazio, Governor Janet Napolitano, and nearly beating Newt Gingrich in 1990...Rich talks his time working for Senator Joe Lieberman...Rich's favorite Bay Area races, including figuring out how to handle ranked-choice voting...Rich recounts GCing the recent successful effort to recall San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin...Rich's insights from working with Gavin Newsom on the now-Governor's very first local race in San Francisco...Rich talks some of the most frustrating "input" received from others on his mail...Rich on the evolution of mail and targeting over the course of his career...Ten minutes picking Rich's brain on his famed expertise on wine...AND Saul Alinsky, Bill Andresen, Applecart, Ross Bates, Evan Bayh, the Berman Machine, Ruth Bernstein, billy clubs, Willie Brown, CHAID analysis, the Campaign for Economic Democracy, Fidel Castro, Jim Chapman, Chris Cooper, Barry Dill, Bob Dole, drop letters, Bob Edgar, Rahm Emanuel, Carter Eskew, gloss paper, Ruth Yannatta Goldway, Matt Gonzalez, Lisa Grove, Mandy Grunwalkd, Edd Hargett, Dan Hazelwood, Abie Hoffman, Wayne Johnson, Kansas politics, Celinda Lake, Ned Lamont, Mel Levine, Hal Malchow, Milton Marks, John McCain, David Metts, Bob Mulholland, Jerry Nadler, Joe Napolitan, No Labels, Mark Penn, phony tabloids, the Port Huron Statement, The Rare Wine Company, Norm Rice, H.L. Richardson, Ben Rosenthal, Michael Rowan, Dr. Bill Roy, Jerry Rubin, Tony Schwartz, Saul Shorr, George Soros, Andy Spahn, Bob Squier, Marty Stone, The Valley Messenger, Pete Visclosky, Voter Contact Services, Lowell Weicker, Scott Weiner, David Worley, the Yippie Revolution....& more!
Screen Drafts veterans Drew McWeeny, Drea Clark, and Billy Ray Brewton have been brought to the draft table by "Official Sponsor" Patron Frank Berman to rank the 11 best films ever made about the Vietnam War!
In 1975, during the last days of the Vietnam War, Leann Thieman, a nurse in Iowa, volunteered to fly to Vietnam to rescue 300 orphan babies as the bombs were falling on Saigon. The story of that harrowing experience became the springboard for her to become a professional speaker. When someone agreed to pay her $100 to tell her story, she began her speaking career. She now charges $15,000 per speech. In this interview, Leann shares with Doug the incremental steps she took in the first couple of years, to market and sell her speech. These steps are the basics of how to get started in the speaking business and get people to pay you to speak. If she can do it, you can do it. Learn how to leveage your story into a lucractive speaking business. Contact: email@example.com http://www.storytelling-in-business.com http://www.storytelling-in-business.com
Episode 2603 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a paper about the complex tapestry of the Vietnam War. The paper was provided to this podcast by the Merry Band of Retirees. The title of the paper is Unveiling … Continue reading →
Military Assistance Command, Vietnam – Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG) was established in January 1964 to conduct unconventional warfare operations. These included reconnoitering and disrupting North Vietnamese activities in Laos and Cambodia. Given the sensitive nature of MACV-SOG's work, its missions were classified. John Plaster served three years with MACV-SOG and tells the unit's story in “SOG: The Secret Wars of America's Commandos in Vietnam.”
Roberta Clements is a gospel singer from Belfast who has performed on thousands of stages around the world, including local pubs/clubs, high-security prisons, and U.S. military bases during the Vietnam War. She is also a recovering alcoholic. In today's episode, we discuss: The spiritual experiences that happened while she was still in the womb Singing on top of wooden school desks at four years old How she got into showbiz Discovering alcohol at 16 years old Surviving multiple suicide attempts The unbelievable events that led to her getting sober Why people call her "the spiritual tin-opener" And how she discovered "the master's plan" for her life. Check it out. // https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/roberta-clements //
In this episode of Championship Leadership,we are thrilled to have with us Pauline Nguyen,International Speaker, Award Winning Author, Self-Mastery Coach and Spiritual Entrepreneur Accelerator.She will share an interesting story of their family's survival from Vietnam War, overcoming childhood trauma and her triumphant way of living the life that grows spiritually. Pauline Nguyen will also share her first-hand experience of self-mastery that helped her and her clients heal holistically. With the great desire to leave a remarkable life in this world, Pauline did a good job by demonstrating a life well lived. These and more!! Know more about Pauline Nguyen in this episode!! Tune in!!
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 35. Today we talk about The History of the Hmong in America. The Hmong are a people without a country. An ethnic, indigenous minority that are believed to have originated in southern China, the Hmong diaspora are international but are predominantly in China, Laos, Vietnam, the US, and Thailand. We share the origins of the Hmong as well as their migration to the US after the failed Secret War in Laos and end of the Vietnam War. Hmong are known for their beautiful textiles and silverwork, and we highly recommend you seek out more information from places like the Hmong American Center in Wausau, Wisconsin, the Hmong Cultural Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, or online at Hello Hmong. We bring back What Are We Watching for our recurring segment, and we share our thoughts about the Netflix shows Nimona and Cowboy Bebop. For previous episodes and information, please visit our site at https://asianamericanhistory101.libsyn.com or social media links at http://castpie.com/AAHistory101. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Segments 00:25 Catching Up and Discussing Our Hmong Memories 05:31 The History of Hmong Americans 25:45 What Are We Watching? Nimona and Cowboy Bebop
This week, we are joined by Bobby Jacobsen, aka “Simple Bobby” of the Two Guys In a Dart podcast for a historically great time! Check it out on Sunday.Intro: Bleach Bro Mitch of Two Guys in a DartPromo; The Gray's Taproom Podcast & Appleboys PodcastAd: JerkyPro (use code bleachbros5 at checkout)For Bleach Bros' socials, links, and streaming sites:https://bleachbros.comhttps://www.linktr.ee/bleachbrospodcastFor exclusive Bleach Bros content:https://www.patreon.com/bleachbrospodJoin the conversation in our FREE Discord server:https://discord.com/invite/BbYjgAGDH6Bleach Bros Podcast is a Spreaker Prime podcast. For more information: https://try.spreaker.com/prime-program/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5676795/advertisement
Episode 2602 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will a review of the recently published book titled; Duty to Serve, Duty to Conscience, The Story of Two Conscientious Objector Combat Medics during the Vietnam War and interview the authors James … Continue reading →
GDP Script/ Top Stories for Sept 8 Publish Date: sept 8th From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast Today is Friday, September 8th, and happy 29th birthday to baseball player Nick Williams ****Williams**** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Peggy Slappy Properties Gwinnett police looking for suspect in murder at Peachtree Corners hotel Snellville man drowned on Lake Lanier over Labor Day weekend Gwinnett police file charges in deaths of brother and sister found alongside I-85 All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1 : M.O.G. Story 1. 2 Peachtree Corner Gwinnett County police have identified 21-year-old Jay Dante Crump as the suspect in a murder that occurred at a hotel on Jimmy Carter Boulevard. Crump has been charged with Aggravated Assault, Felony Murder, and Possession of a Firearm During a Felony in connection with the death of 28-year-old Dareese Ellis, both of whom were staying at the hotel where the shooting took place. Ellis was shot and killed on Tuesday afternoon, and witnesses reported seeing a possible suspect fleeing the scene. Homicide detectives are investigating an altercation that may have occurred between the victim and the suspect prior to the shooting. Authorities are seeking information about Crump's whereabouts and encourage anyone with information to contact them...………….. read more at gwinnettdailypost.com STORY 2: Lake Lanier Gwinnett County police investigators have identified two suspects, Manuel Lorenzo Sanchez (41) and Ricardo Lorenzo Montes (24), in connection with the murders of a brother and sister, Maria Rosaria Montes Dorantes and Juan Angel Montes. Sanchez faces charges including felony murder, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm or knife during certain crimes. Montes has been charged with tampering with evidence. The victims' bodies were discovered on the side of Interstate 85 near the I-985 split on August 27. Police have not yet released information about a potential motive for the killings, and the whereabouts of the suspects are currently unknown. Authorities are seeking information from the public to assist in their apprehension. Story 3: Death on side of I-85 Gwinnett County transportation officials are planning to expand microtransit services with the creation of a third microtransit zone in northwest Gwinnett, serving residents in Sugar Hill, Buford, and Suwanee. The budget request for this expansion was presented, aiming for capital funds in 2024 and operational funds in 2026. Microtransit, offered through the Ride Gwinnett app, provides on-demand rides within specific zones. Gwinnett has secured $2 million in grant funding for this project, contingent on a $500,000 local match, which is part of the 2024 budget request. The goal is to gradually expand microtransit services throughout the entire county. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: Slappey- Tom Wages - Obits Story 4: McGinnis Ferry The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has awarded a $24.8 million construction contract to CMES Inc. for the construction of a new interchange on Interstate 85 at McGinnis Ferry Road in Suwanee, Gwinnett County. This long-planned interchange is seen as crucial for addressing traffic congestion in the Lawrenceville-Suwanee road interchange area. The project includes the construction of a bridge and approaches over I-85/SR 403. GDOT expects the new interchange to reduce congestion on Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road, decrease northbound traffic backups on I-85's auxiliary lane, and improve safety by reducing accidents at Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road and I-85. The project is scheduled to open in the spring of 2026. Story 5: Gwinnet Veterans HOF Two military veterans from Gwinnett County, Georgia, will be among the 15 inductees into the Georgia Military Veterans Hall of Fame for 2023. Air Force Lt. Col. James Wesley Williams, a Vietnam veteran and former prisoner of war, and Army Sgt. Carvis Pittman Williams, a World War II veteran who will be honored posthumously, are set to be recognized. Lt. Col. Williams, currently residing in Norcross, served in the Vietnam War and was a prisoner of war in the Hanoi Hilton camp. Sgt. Carvis Williams, born in Snellville in 1919, served during World War II and earned the Silver Star for his gallantry. The induction ceremony will take place in Columbus on November 4, honoring a total of 177 Georgia veterans since the Hall of Fame's inception in 2013. Story 6: GCP Aaron Lupuloff, Director of the GCPS Foundation, and Mike Cammack, Director of Norcross Community School, collaborated with Hope thru Soap and community partners to host an event providing support and community engagement to local families. The event aimed to assist families in need, particularly those with students in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS). With over half of GCPS students qualifying for free or reduced lunch, the event addressed pressing needs. Given its success, the GCPS Foundation and Office Depot Office Max plan to organize another event at Summerour Middle School on September 23, further emphasizing the importance of community support in improving students' lives. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: ESOG – Ingles 1 - Cumming Story 7: School of Arts The School of the Arts (SOTA) at Central Gwinnett High School is currently accepting applications from eighth-grade students interested in the arts. There are two programs available for application: the SOTA Conservatory Program (requiring an audition/portfolio) and the SOTA Fellows Program (with no admissions criteria). Students entering grades 10-12 for the next school year may apply, subject to availability, and transportation is provided for Central Gwinnett Cluster students, while students from other clusters must be eligible for permissive transfer and arrange their own transportation. The application deadline for the Conservatory Program is November 26, and auditions will be held on January 2 and 3, with acceptance notifications sent out in mid-January 2024. SOTA offers a specialized arts-focused education with a wide range of fine arts courses and opportunities for collaboration with professional arts organizations. Story 8: Yellow Daisy Festival he 55th annual Yellow Daisy Festival is taking place at Stone Mountain Park this weekend. Originally starting as a small crafts show in 1986, the festival has grown to become one of the top arts and crafts shows in the country, recognized by Sunshine Artist Magazine and the Southeast Tourism Society. The event began yesterday and will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on today, Saturday, and Sunday. Over 400 artists and crafters, including 100 new artists, will showcase their creations, featuring jewelry, pottery, woodworking, baked goods, and more. The festival will also offer crafter demonstrations, activities for children, live music, and a beer garden. Story 8: Buford Edges Wesleyan Buford, the reigning Class 7A state champion in fastpitch softball, faced off against Wesleyan, the 2022 state champion in 3A, in a thrilling 12-inning game. The game was tied 1-1 through the 12th inning, with both teams putting up an incredible defensive effort. Buford's pitchers, Addie Rackey and Caroline Stanton, combined for 21 strikeouts, while Wesleyan's Macey Cintron had an outstanding performance as well, striking out 10 batters.In the 12th inning, Buford managed to break the tie with four runs, securing a 5-1 victory. Mackenzie Pickens, Madison Pickens, Stanton, and Tavye Borders contributed with key hits, and Rackley added a sacrifice fly. Stanton closed out the game with a dominant performance in the bottom of the 12th, striking out the side.Buford improved to 11-0 on the season, while Wesleyan's 10-game winning streak came to an end. It was a classic matchup between two of Georgia's top softball programs. We'll have final thoughts after this And now, Leah McGrath, corporate dietician at Ingles markets talks with us about foods that help with swollen feet Break 4: Slappy- Henssler 60 Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Marietta Daily Journal, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories, and get other great content at Gwinnettdailypost.com. Did you know over 50% of Americans listen to podcasts weekly? Giving you important news about our community and telling great stories are what we do. Make sure you join us for our next episode and be sure to share this podcast on social media with your friends and family. 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In This Episode, We Get Tactical About: Friday Debrief How Does Your Power List Look Today? Mediocrity is the Default Position Sheepdog Stories: Hard Core Rick Rescorla Resources + Links: Connect with Kristofor on Instagram | @team_healey Connect with Kristofor on Substack | https://kristoforhealey.substack.com Join us for The Weekend: Bourbon Trail in Lexington, Kentucky September 29-October 2, 2023 | https://www.theweekendbourbontrail.com/ How can Kristofor help you become an indispensable man? https://linktr.ee/krhealey Download a FREE COPY of Indispensable: A Tactical Plan for the Modern Man Buy your copy of the book, here! Shoot us a message on Instagram with your biggest takeaway @team_healey Show Notes: Rick Rescorla was a remarkable figure known for his heroism and dedication, particularly during the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Rescorla's early life saw him join the British Army's Parachute Regiment and serve in Cyprus and Rhodesia. He then moved to the United States, where he joined the U.S. Army and served in the 7th Cavalry during the Vietnam War. Rescorla's service in Vietnam at the Battle of Ia Drang earned him several accolades for bravery and leadership, including the Silver Star and the Bronze Star. After his military career, Rescorla pursued a career in security and became the head of security for Morgan Stanley at the company's offices in the World Trade Center's South Tower. His commitment to safety and security was unparalleled, and he conducted regular evacuation drills, which some employees initially found excessive. However, Rescorla's foresight and dedication to preparedness proved invaluable on the morning of September 11, 2001. When American Airlines Flight 11 struck the North Tower of the World Trade Center, Rescorla immediately took charge of the evacuation process in the South Tower. He directed Morgan Stanley employees and other occupants to evacuate, even though the Port Authority initially advised them to stay put. Rescorla's leadership and cool-headedness saved the lives of more than 2,600 people that morning. Tragically, after helping to evacuate most of the building's occupants, he re-entered the South Tower to search for stragglers and was last seen on the 10th floor. The tower collapsed shortly thereafter. Rick Rescorla's selfless actions and unwavering commitment to the safety of others made him a hero during the 9/11 attacks. His story exemplifies courage, leadership, and the willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice to save lives. We talk about it today! Until next time…out of role!
In 1967, some of the greatest athletes of all-time from Jim Brown to Bill Russell joined in solidarity to support Muhammad Ali's refusal to fight in the Vietnam War. Michael Harriot, writer and podcaster, joins the pod to discuss this historic sports moment, why Bill Russell is the GOAT, and how Twitter is the perfect place for an argument. Showtime Codes: (07:12) Discussing the History of the Term Drapetomania (19:22) Do Neil and Michael Know Any 22 Year Olds? (22:18) "There really is no comparison" (27:20) What is the Cleveland Summit? (34:09) Bill Russell is the GOAT (34:41) Was Red Auerbach even a good coach? (35:36) Is Bill Russell the greatest high jumper of all-time? (40:12) Bill Russell walked so MJ could run (40:55) The Butterfly Effect of Bill Russell (45:18) The Dominance of Jim Brown (49:38) The Trial of Muhammad Ali (53:41) The most important clerical error in sports history (57:43) Ali's return covered up an FBI break-in (59:34) The magic of "not knowing" (01:00:59) Athletes and Racial Justice (01:07:47) Training with Bruce Lee (01:11:09) Twitter is a place for an argument (01:05:39) Michael's Favorite White Person
Episode 2601 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will a review of the the recently published book titled Vietnam's Prodigal Heroes by Paul Benedikt Glatz. The book examines the deserter situation during the Vietnam War. The reviews was submitted by … Continue reading →
Our previous episode with Trung & Rob included the bombshell reveal that Rob had never watched Apocalypse Now. Nearly one year later, Rob and Trung make their triumphant return to the show to discuss the themes of the film, the lessons aspiring creators can draw from its troubled production history, the role of the Vietnam War in American cinema, and a whole lot more. Important Links: Rob's Substack Rob's Twitter Trung's Substack Trung's Twitter Our previous episode with Trung & Rob Show Notes: Rob's homework assignment The two endings of Apocalypse Now Coppola's disastrous production process Should Willard have taken Kurtz' place? Draft dodgers: fear of death, or fear of social judgment? Different perspectives of American Empire The memory industry: Vietnam in film When condemning backfires The thin veneer of civilization Willard's moral injury Is pacificism sustainable? Art as a response to social conditions Telling the story vs romanticizing it Be careful what you wish for: The McKenna take When Jim was Jedpilled When Rob was Jedpilled The creative process: feeding the black box, becoming the vessel, and summoning the muse George Lucas' version of Apocalypse Now Cut scenes and time travel Trung & Rob as Emperors of the World MORE! Books Mentioned: The Enlightenment Trilogy; by Jed McKenna Heart of Darkness; by Joseph Conrad The Lucifer Principle; by Howard Bloom Howard Bloom hierarchies The Sympathizer; by Viet Thanh Nguyen The War of Art; by Steven Pressfield Moby-Dick; by Herman Melville The Tao Te Ching; by Lao Tzu The Creative Act: A Way of Being; by Rick Rubin Films, TV Shows & Podcasts Mentioned: Apocalypse Now; directed by Francis Ford Coppola Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse; directed by Fax Bahr, George Hickenlooper & Eleanor Coppola The Vietnam War; directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick Platoon; directed by Oliver Stone The Wolf of Wall Street; directed by Martin Scorcese Wall Street; directed by Oliver Stone The Social Network; directed by David Fincher Born on the Fourth of July; directed by Oliver Stone The Deer Hunter; directed by Michael Cimino A Clockwork Orange; directed by Stanley Kubrick Patton; directed by Franklin J. Schaffner Full Metal Jacket; directed by Stanley Kubrick Saving Private Ryan; directed by Steven Spielberg The Godfather & The Godfather Part II; directed by Francis Ford Coppola The Matrix; directed by the Wachowskis Rick and Morty Do We Get To Win This Time? Tetragrammation with Rick Rubin
We begin with the longest sentence handed down yet in a case stemming from the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. A federal court has struck down Alabama's redrawn congressional map again. Lawyers for former South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh want a new trial over claims of jury tampering. Tropical Storm Lee is forecast to become a major hurricane later this week. Lastly, a Vietnam War veteran has been awarded the medal of honor for a daring rescue.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
When Brian Tzeo and Lisa Phan immigrated to the US to start a new life after the Vietnam War, they couldn't have begun to imagine the horrors that awaited them. This episode was researched and written by Delly Mozingo. Thank you, Delly! This episode is sponsored by Care/of! For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter code theywill50 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The inter-season... shit; we're still only in the inter-season... In this VIP-selected episode, we're taking a look at the Vietnam War, asking why this conflict produced some of the greatest films of all time, and examining the shadow it has cast over every war film since. Website: www.sequelisers.com/ Discord: www.sequelisers.com/discord Shop: www.sequelisers.com/shop Twitter: twitter.com/sequelisers Instagram: instagram.com/sequelisers TikTok: tiktok.com/@sequelisers Music by Daniel Williams Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Interview with The Hill's Mychael Schnell on Senate returning to session after August recess (8), impeachment trial of Texas Attorney General begins, White House on reports Russian President may meet North Korean President on arms deal, President Biden awards Medal of Honor to Vietnam War helicopter pilot. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (09/05/2023): 3:05pm- Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw will step down from her job in late September. She has accepted a position with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. You can read more about the story here: https://www.inquirer.com/crime/danielle-outlaw-philadephia-police-commissioner-resigns-replacement-20230905.html 3:35pm- Dr. Gad Saad— Psychologist and YouTube Star—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his new book, “The Saad Truth About Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life.” You can learn more about the book here: https://www.regnery.com/9781684512607/the-saad-truth-about-happiness/. You can also watch the interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uK5z6ozHvY 4:00pm- According to reports, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday—thankfully, she is only experiencing mild symptoms. When asked about the diagnosis on Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that President Joe Biden has not tested positive for the virus but will continue to “follow the CDC's guidelines.” 4:20pm- While appearing on Fox News, Johns Hopkins University Professor Dr. Marty Makary explained: “The culture of medicine changed during COVID. We now have an era where experts, who are highly partisan, are citing data with conclusions that they like—even if those studies are flawed." 4:40pm- During a segment on CNN, host Michael Smerconish confronted former Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Dr. Anthony Fauci with research suggesting masks are not an effective method of preventing the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Fauci disputed those findings and noted that he was worried that Americans may reject mask mandates as COVID-19 cases begin to rise nationally. 4:55pm- On Monday, President Joe Biden awarded the Medal of Honor to Captain Larry Taylor—an Army helicopter pilot who risked his life saving American troops during the Vietnam War. 5:05pm- Dr. EJ Antoni—Economist & Research Fellow in The Heritage Foundation's Grover M. Hermann Center for the Federal Budget—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial, “How Bidenomics Wrecked America's Housing Market.” You can read the article here: https://www.heritage.org/housing/commentary/how-bidenomics-wrecked-americas-housing-market 5:25pm- The Afternoon Mystery Movie Clip…wait, we have no prize. 5:30pm- Sunday Show Round-Up: While appearing on Face the Nation, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was asked if he is considering a run for president in 2024—he doesn't say “yes” BUT he doesn't say “no” either! PLUS former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan calls on Republican candidates for president to drop out of the race, arguing that the anti-Trump vote needs to consolidate around one person. 5:45pm- In an outlandish article from Politico, freelance climate reporter Sebastien Malo documents an effort to “hold Russia accountable for the climate impact of its invasion” of Ukraine. You can read the editorial here: https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2023/09/03/ukraine-russia-invasion-carbon-footprint-00111652# 6:00pm- According to a report from Nick Corasaniti and Jonathan Weisman of The New York Times, “long-shot presidential candidate has filed a lawsuit in state court seeking an injunction to keep Mr. Trump off the ballot” in New Hampshire's presidential primary. The lawsuit argues that has been disqualified “from the ballot under the 14thAmendment” following his actions on January 6th, 2021. You can read the full story here: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/08/30/us/politics/trump-14th-amendment.html 6:10pm- In response to claims Donald Trump is disqualified from office under the 14th Amendment, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board writes of the questionable legal theory: “they assert that Mr. Trump's actions after the 2020 election amount to an insurrection and that this is self-evident. Mr. Trump's behavior was reprehensible, as we noted at the time and have since. But that's far from saying it was an insurrection or rebellion under the statutory or constitutional meaning of those terms.” You can read the full editorial here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-14th-amendment-donald-trump-panic-election-ballot-constitution-amendment-candidate-president-fb3d65?mod=opinion_lead_pos1 6:30pm- While appearing on MSNBC with Jen Psaki, Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) said he believes the U.S. Supreme Court will ultimately have to decide whether Donald Trump is ineligible to be president under the 14thAmendment. 6:40pm- While appearing on ABC's This Week, former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile compared the Donald Trump “movement” to the political movements ignited by Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. 6:45pm- On Labor Day, President Joe Biden spoke at the 36th annual Tri-State Labor Day Parade and Family Fun Festival in Philadelphia—referring to himself as “Middle Class Joe” and accusing Donald Trump of viewing the world “from Park Avenue.”
“He was wearing two dog tags. The bullet went through the first dog tag, but the second deflected it down into his ankle. The bullet's still in his ankle.” As Ky Phan shares on this week's Happy Half Hour podcast, her father's dog tag with the terrifying hole not only saved his life, but eventually became the ticket to a new life for his young family. The Phans are from a small village in South Vietnam, near a river where they would pull crabs, snails, and shrimp. They'd boil them in pots, seasoned with what grew around them—like garlic, lemongrass, lime leaves—and eat them as a family with their hands. It's how the kids loved to eat. They had to hide that from their father—aka “Papa”—because he wanted a certain decorum and manners for his family (mom took the kids' side, playfully acted as lookout for when he was coming home from work). During the Vietnam War, their father fought alongside the U.S. After he was shot, after that dog tag intervened, he was placed in reeducation camps (forced labor camps) by the Communist government. He remained a prisoner of war for five years. “There was a humanitarian organization that helped anyone who'd been a prisoner of war for over five years move to the United States,” explains Ky in our office, seven months pregnant, using a blowtorch to melt cheese on oysters. “But there wasn't any paperwork in war. How would you prove that you were a prisoner of war? So my dad showed them that dog tag.” The Phans settled first with family in Houston. There, their aunt showed them the art of the southern seafood boil, a spicier version of the way they'd eaten in Vietnam. Their dad worked as a nail technician (on the podcast, Ky shares the fascinating story of how Vietnamese-Americans came to dominate the nail salon industry in California, and how it's traced back to an actress who starred in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds). Eventually, they relocated to San Diego. Her father ran a small fast-food restaurant in City Heights, where Ky and her sister Kim learned the business. They kept their family's seafood boil tradition alive with backyard cookouts—hundreds of pounds of seafood on picnic tables—until they finally decided to translate that experience into their first restaurant. From day one, the line was around the block for Crab Hut. It's a straight-forward concept—a plate filled with dungeness crab, king crab, lobster, shrimp, you name it, ladled in sauce. But it's also a family tradition that followed them halfway across the globe, a family ritual. Their story, this week on HHH. Come meet the family and taste what they make at the Del Mar Wine + Food Festival Grand Tasting on Sept. 9.
The infamous breakdowns of Chernobyl in 1986 and Fukushima in 2011 represent our deepest fears around nuclear power, yet both disasters happened during peace time. In the early days of the war, Russian forces seized Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine. The site has come under repeated fire, prompting warnings in May this year from the UN nuclear agency that the world risked a "severe nuclear accident". And this isn't a new problem. Here we tell a story with its origins in the Vietnam War and how the threat of the world's first dirty bomb loomed large. The battle over nuclear energy first came to the attention of the West in 1975, as the North Vietnamese Army advanced on Saigon during the end days of the war. Most of the world was unaware at the time that the North Vietnamese were also advancing on a new breed of nuclear reactor, gifted to the South by the US government. Not only was it technology the North's Russian allies did not yet have, it was also a source of weapons-grade nuclear fuel. As a last resort, the US discussed bombing the facility, risking nuclear fallout rather than have the technology fall into Soviet hands. To avoid humanitarian and environmental disaster on a colossal scale, and despite having literally no military experience, a physicist from Idaho called Wally Hendrickson volunteered to be dropped into the front line to remove the fuel rods from the reactor before it was over run. Still alive and well, Wally's story is just as relevant today as it was 50 years ago. The setting may be different, but right now the fear of nuclear disaster hangs over us. A 2 Degrees West production for BBC Radio 4
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2 According to reports, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday—thankfully, she is only experiencing mild symptoms. When asked about the diagnosis on Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that President Joe Biden has not tested positive for the virus but will continue to “follow the CDC's guidelines.” While appearing on Fox News, Johns Hopkins University Professor Dr. Marty Makary explained: “The culture of medicine changed during COVID. We now have an era where experts, who are highly partisan, are citing data with conclusions that they like—even if those studies are flawed." During a segment on CNN, host Michael Smerconish confronted former Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Dr. Anthony Fauci with research suggesting masks are not an effective method of preventing the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Fauci disputed those findings and noted that he was worried that Americans may reject mask mandates as COVID-19 cases begin to rise nationally. On Monday, President Joe Biden awarded the Medal of Honor to Captain Larry Taylor—an Army helicopter pilot who risked his life saving American troops during the Vietnam War.
In this episode: Kent talks to Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient James C. McCloughan. Drafted into the United States Army in 1968, Jim served as a combat medic with the Americal Division where he rose to the rank of Specialist Five. In one battle alone “Doc” McCloughan has been credited with moving into the “kill zone” on ten occasions, saving ten American lives and one Vietnamese interpreter's life. Specialist McCloughan was highly decorated receiving the Combat Medic Badge, two Purple Hearts, two Bronze Stars with “V” device for valor, The U. S. Army Valorous Unit Citation, The National Defense Medal, The Good Conduct Medal, The Vietnam Service Medal with three Battle Stars, The Vietnam Campaign Medal, The Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palms and one Oak Leaf Cluster and the M16 Expert Rifle Badge. In 2017, Jim was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, our nation's highest military commendation.
Featured today was DRUMMER HOFF. An odd mix of 1960s psychedelia meets Colonial woodcuts, in 1968 it was the ultimate Vietnam War bit of picture book commentary. NOT that the Emberley ever embraced that interpretation, but I am DANG sure the librarians had that in their minds when they selected it for a Caldecott Award. In today's talk we discuss our various interpretations of this book as well as what its ultimate contribution was to children's literature as a whole. For the full Show Notes please visit: https://afuse8production.slj.com/2023/09/04/fuse-8-n-kate-drummer-hoff-by-barbara-emberley-ill-ed-emberley
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Is ANYTHING Real? Part 3 - Joe Biden “works out.” Hawaii Electric isn't hiding evidence, they are just “cleaning up their property”; Nikki Haley has a good reason for US troops in Ukraine?The Mockingbird Media has stopped questioning the figurehead Biden regarding Hawaii, but Lahaina's residents have strong words for him. In this discussion, we address the ongoing efforts of the US government to conceal and misrepresent crucial matters that the American people deserve to know the truth about. We witness a prime example of this as we investigate the government's ineptitude and negligence in responding to the Maui fire, along with their persistent deception in the aftermath of this tragedy. What does God's Word say? Satan's Ten Strategies Against YouEpisode 1,052 Links:Hunter Traveled to at Least 13 Countries with VP Biden.Biden on Plane Crash in Russia: ‘I've Been Working out for the Last Hour and a Half'Marijuana, Hallucinogens, Binge Drinking Hit Record Highs Among Middle-Aged Adults: Survey; Daily marijuana use was reported by nearly 7% of mid-life adults.Greece wildfires: 79 people arrested for arsonThe media said climate change, not arson, was behind the fires in Greece. They lied. They have egg on their face now that 160 people have been arrested for arson.Hawaiian Electric is accused of REMOVING evidence that its power lines may have started Maui blaze in violation of national guidelinesLahaina resident who lost her house, money, pets, and medicine slams Biden: “I think Joe Biden should take his $700 and get back on the f-ing planes.” She then adds that Biden is neglecting them while sending “gazillions” to UkraineThis aired 9 years ago on CBS. The professor admits that the CIA used weather modification weapons during the Vietnam War but the reporter quickly added "allegedly" What A Steel: Biden Scrambles To Sell Off Trump's Uninstalled Border Wall Before 'Finish It Act' PassesHaley is the only one on stage to succinctly counter Ramaswamy's argument that the U.S. should stop sending support to Ukraine and brings up Prigozhin: "Look what Putin did today, he killed Prigozhin." 4Patriots https://4patriots.com Protect your family with Food kits, solar generators and more at 4Patriots. Use code TODD for 10% off your first purchase. Alan's Soaps https://alanssoaps.com/TODD Use coupon code ‘TODD' to save an additional 10% off the bundle price. BiOptimizers https://magbreakthrough.com/todd Use promo code TODD for 10% off your order. Bonefrog https://bonefrog.us Enter promo code TODD at checkout to receive 10% off your subscription. Bulwark Capital http://KnowYourRiskRadio.com Find out how Bulwark Capital Actively Manages risk. Call 866-779-RISK or visit KnowYourRiskRadio.com Patriot Mobile https://patriotmobile.com/herman Get free activation today with offer code HERMAN. Visit or call 878-PATRIOT. RuffGreens https://ruffgreens.com/todd Get your FREE Jumpstart Trial Bag of Ruff Greens, simply cover shipping. Visit or call 877-MYDOG-64. SOTA Weight Loss https://sotaweightloss.com SOTA Weight Loss is, say it with me now, STATE OF THE ART! Sound of Freedom https://angel.com/freedom Join the two million and see Sound of Freedom in theaters July 4th. GreenHaven Interactive https://greenhaveninteractive.com Digital Marketing including search engine optimization and website design.