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Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Christopher Rufo, Spencer Klavan, and Josh Hammer about rising food prices and reasons to be hopeful this July Fourth. With food prices increasing as people prepare for their July Fourth cookouts ,the pain is very clear. All of this makes Jen Psaki's comments about food prices last year even more surreal. This Fourth, it's important to remember why the collectivist generalizations of people like Marc Lamont Hill are so different from the individualism that has made the West so successful. Jordan Peterson clearly articulates why the collectivism espoused by so many liberals is doomed to fail. He makes clear why individualism in America has been so successful and we abandon it at our own peril. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The NBA free agency frenzy was in full scale insanity mode yesterday and the Utah Jazz made a move trading Royce O'Neale for a future 1st round draft pick. However, any major landscape changing move for the Utah Jazz didn't happen. Does this mean the market is dry and the Utah Jazz are out of options or have the Utah Jazz been put on hold as though they are calling the airlines. What did the Jazz get in the Royce O'Neale trade and why did they make the move. Did the rest of the West get better or worse with the moves of Day 1 of free agency. Locked On Jazz Podcast https://www.lockedonjazz.net/ LockedOnJazz.com https://buff.ly/2FEZTVY Apple https://apple.co/3Dc8QBq Spotify https://spoti.fi/3IfvgVX Stitcher https://bit.ly/3pkGyzB Google https://bit.ly/3I8TwJz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Amid significant Supreme Court victories for the First Amendment, Second Amendment, and right to life, it's easy to gloss over the latest decision that is consequential to the future of the administrative state. Today, Spencer Klavan joins us for a special episode to break down why conservatives shouldn't be celebrating the SCOTUS ruling on the EPA and explore what answers we should be looking toward instead. Plus, diving into American history and the traditions of the West, this is how the deep state came to be in the first place. This is The Liz Wheeler Show. -- Take your personal data off the market with Incogni. The first 100 people to use the code LIZWHEELER at the link below will get 20% off of Incogni: https://incogni.com/lizwheeler. -- Grow thicker, healthier hair with Nutrafol. Get $15 off your first month's subscription with the promo code LIZ: http://nutrafol.com. -- Join the Moink Movement today! Choose what meats you want delivered with your first box and get free filet mignon for a year: https://moinkbox.com/liz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben Maller talks about reports that Kyrie Irving is also looking to leave the Brooklyn Nets by heading out West to the Lakers, Coop's Scoop on Entertainment, Benny's Balderdash, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom welcomes Jaime Carrasco of Canaccord Genuity back to the show. Jaime expected inflation as the marginal usefulness of excessive debt has declined. There is plenty of evidence from our debt-based system that a currency reset is coming. Governments taking on the debts of banks was evidence that some sort of currency reset is in the cards. Global trade patterns are rapidly shifting, and gold is part of that equation. It's clear that taxpayers are placed on the hook for the actions and debts of government. Politics and central bankers are all interconnected. The rest of the world is beginning to understand why they need out of this system. The long-term picture for commodities shows just how muted gold has become lately. We see that nearly everything has gone up in price. Gold should currently be sitting around three thousand based on inflation. We don't have the supply of commodities in the West to maintain low prices. Central banks remain buyers of gold while telling the public it's a pet rock. The rest of the world has realized that Russia as a large energy provider is capable of backing its currency with oil. This will allow China, India and Russia to trade outside the dollar system. Much of the world, including Latin America, is lining up behind the China and India. Today, the bulk of copper produced in Chile is exported to China. Chile will likely switch soon to alternatives to the dollar. We're witnessing an enormous power shift towards the East. The age of cheap stuff from Asia is now over. We're going to have to start building up our own industries. This will come with the cost of inflation, having to unwind all the debts. When gold inevitably becomes unpegged, we will see a rapid change in the price. This is because of the huge imbalances, and there will be a rush to buy. This is why you should already be in the lifeboat and wait patiently. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:58 - Two Themes3:52 - Fed & Politics6:40 - Gold, Inflation & Ruble22:25 - Europe, Winter is Coming23:53 - Gold & Global Trust25:48 - Long-Term Planners28:30 - Reverse Repos31:22 - Equity Market Risks33:50 - Japanese Yen & Gold36:53 - Inflation Adjustments38:58 - Two Portfolios43:15 - 2022 Fall Outlook48:49 - Rebalancing Portfolios50:57 - PDAC Mining Conference53:46 - Gold Allocations56:38 - Canada & US Thoughts1:00:24 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode Inflation and global trade patterns are rapidly shifting.Gold suppression and where price must eventually reach.Movement towards an Eastern currency system that is oil backed.Why the era of cheap foreign goods is ending. Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/IJCarrascoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carrasco1/Website: Canaccord Genuity https://www.canaccordgenuity.com/Mining Conference: https://www.pdac.ca Jaime Carrasco is portfolio manager at Canaccord Genuity Inc. in Toronto. From 2014-2018, he worked as Director of Wealth Management and Associate Portfolio Manager for Scotia McLeod. Before this, he worked for Macquarie Group, CIBC Wood Gundy, BMO Nesbitt Burns, Gordon Capital, and Merrill Lynch. Jaime is a leading Canadian investment professional with 25 years of experience providing wealth management and investment counsel to affluent families, businesses, and institutions. He has garnered a reputation for questioning and challenging the status quo and exploring the most innovative investment strategies. Jaime, whose mother tongue is Spanish, also speaks Italian and French. He completed a BA in political science and economics at the University of Toronto in 1988. While a student, he worked for CS Yacht, a company that built luxury sailboats, thus spending his summers as a skipper for the Canadian establishment members. Jaime credits this experience and having survived sailing through Hurricane Bob in 1991. This experience taught him lessons that have become a metaphor for his financial investment strategies.
We discuss what is happening on the ground in battleground states ahead of the 2022 elections. Our guests are: Ben Harnwell Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 6/30/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Gettr: @WarRoom On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews
Beau Martonik reminds me alot of myself. We're both big whitetail hunters who live in areas void of most other big game hunting opportunity. So, in both of our cases the West called and we answered. We discuss our similar backgrounds and compare the similarities and differences between Texas and Pennsylvania deer hunting culture. Then [...]
Früher war die Weltordnung ganz einfach: West gegen Ost, Nato gegen Warschauer Pakt. Das Gleichgeweicht des Schreckens funktionierte bis zum Zusammenbruch der Sowjetunion. Nach einer kurzen naiven Hoffnung auf eine "Friedensdividende", auf eine bessere und friedlichere Welt für alle, ist plötzlich die Nato so gefordert wie nie zuvor. Der Krieg in der Ukraine führt uns brutal in eine neue Welt-Unordnung: Moskau ist der Feind, gegen den es sich zu schützen gilt. So hat die Nato jetzt beschlossen, ihre schnelle Eingreiftruppe massiv aufzustocken und die Ostflanke zu stärken. Auch die Bundeswehr wird sich daran beteiligen. Doch was kommt nach dieser militärischen Auseinandersetzung? Die künftige Rolle der USA in der Weltpolitik ist ebenso unklar wie die Chinas. Erwachen wir nun aus einer "transatlantischen Illusion"? Und wie könnte eine neue Weltordnung aussehen?
Tschechien übernimmt am 1. Juli die EU-Ratspräsidentschaft. Im Fokus wird dabei die Ukraine stehen, denn deren Schicksal geht den östlichen EU-Staaten nahe. Eine Chance für die Wiederannäherung von Ost und West? Das fragt Marc Lehmann im Tagesgespräch den Prager Bestseller-Autor Jaroslav Rudis. Die russische Aggression gegen die Ukraine hat zwar quer durch Europa grosse Solidarität und Mitgefühl mit den Überfallenen ausgelöst – doch ist die Betroffenheit im Osten Europas viel grösser als im Westen, denn die östlichen EU-Länder haben alle ihre leidvollen Erfahrungen mit den Russen gemacht und wissen längst um die Gefahr, die vom Kreml ausgeht. Nun hat die Solidarität mit der Ukraine das Potenzial, Europa zusammenzubringen, denn auch mehr als 30 Jahre nach dem Fall der Berliner Mauer verstehen sich Ost und West noch immer nicht so gut. Warum ist das so? Die Frage diskutiert Marc Lehmann mit Jaroslav Rudis, der als eine der prominentesten Stimmen der jungen ost-/mitteleuropäischen Literatur gilt. Rudis lebt zur Hälfte in seiner tschechischen Heimat sowie in Berlin und blickt so von Ost und West auf die europäischen Entwicklungen. Marc Lehmann wiederum hat insgesamt zehn Jahre lang in Prag gelebt, sieben davon als Korrespondent von Radio SRF, und sich von Westen her der Thematik angenähert. Heute nimmt Marc Lehmann Abschied von Radio SRF und moderiert sein letztes Tagesgespräch – als Gast hat er sich Jaroslav Rudis gewünscht.
Im Winter könnten Strom und Gas knapp werden, darüber haben Bundesrat und Energiebranche gestern informiert. Welche konkreten Folgen hätte das? Was würde in einer sogenannten Mangellage als erstes abgeschaltet? Weitere Themen: - Urteil im Berner Rocker-Prozess - Sturm auf Kapitol: Zeugin belastet Donald Trump schwer - Nato setzt sich Klimaziele - Israel erneut vor Neuwahlen - Musikbranche: Aufwind nach Corona-Flaute? - «Tagesgespräch»: Warum sich Ost und West missverstehen
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Satsang Readings and Commentary Based on, Prem Patra Radhasoami, The Spiritual Love Discourses of the Lord of the Soul, Volumes One and Two, by Huzur Maharaj Rai Saligram Bahadhur, great teacher, prolific writer and one of the founding Satgurus of Sant Mat in recent centuries. "A heart devoid of Love or Affection is as hard as stone, and does not form a suitable receptacle for the Light of Heavenly Grace and Mercy... Where Pure Love dwells there sheds the Light of Grace, as it forms a link with the Spirit or Love Current from It's Source, the Supreme Being... Love is most sublime, having its origin in the Highest Region, the Abode of the Supreme Being. In whatever heart it springs up, It will gradually raise and carry the fortunate possessor of this lofty and noble passion to the Highest Region." (Huzur Maharaj) Also Readings from: Radhasoami Mat Prakash, by Huzur Maharaj (the Very First Sant Mat Book Published in English Near the Beginning of the 20th Century); Sar Bachan Radhasoami Prose, Book One (Book One is a Synopsis of the Teachings of Soamiji by Huzur Maharaj); The Last Words of Soamiji Maharaj; Petals of Love, by Agam Prasad Mathur; The Spiritual Seekers Guide, by Dayal Sahab; An Excerpt from the article: On the Origin, Usage, and Meaning of the Most High Sacred Name of God “Radhasoami"; Anmol Vachan, by Sant Gharib Das; "When you sing the name ‘Radhasoami', you do the simran of the ‘Five Names'.” (Sant Gharib Das, Book of Anmol Bachan) “No devotee was so near and dear to Soamiji Maharaj as Hazur Maharaj [Rai Salig Ram Bahadhur] was. In his letters to Hazur Maharaj he addressed him as 'Aziz-az-Jan', meaning dearer than self. In ecstasy, grace and mercy, once he said, 'I do not know whether I am Rai Salig Ram's Guru or he is mine.'" (Petals of Love, by A.P. Mathur) "Addressing Lala Seth Pratap Singh, Soamiji Maharaj observed: 'The Faith I had given out was that of Sat Naam and Anami. The Radhasoami Faith has been introduced by Salig Ram (Huzur Maharaj). You should let it also continue. Satsang must go on. Satsang shall spread far and wide in future.'" (Last Words of Soamiji) "This creation is subject to dissolution and everything therein is also perishable. He alone is wise and prudent who has carefully examined the affairs of the world and, finding it liable to destruction and therefore unreal and illusory, has derived real benefit from his human body by performing the practices of Simran and Bhajan and, taking advantage of the gifts bestowed on the human body by the Supreme Lord, has succeeded in taking his Surat, i.e. the spirit which is the most invaluable essence in the creation, to its Original Home." (Prose, Book One, Verse One) God is the Ocean of Love. In Divine Love, Light and Sound, Radhasoami, Peace Be to You, James James (at) SpiritualAwakeningRadio (dot) com Spiritual Awakening Radio Website: https://www.SpiritualAwakeningRadio.com Introduction to Sant Mat Spirituality and Meditation -- Web Page: https://www.SpiritualAwakeningRadio.com/sant-mat Spiritual Awakening Radio (and Sant Mat Satsang Podcasts) with James Bean, heard on various community, public radio stations and the web, explores the world of spirituality, comparative religion, world scriptures and other books, East and West, God, meditation, out of body or near death experiences (inner space), the vegan diet and other ahimsa ethics -- education for a more peaceful planet.
Today's Broadcast is C2E8 for Theme Thursday, June 30th, 2022. Today's episode will be Nerd Noise Radio's contribution to the greater VGM podcast scene massive group project “Masters of VGM” (https://mastersofvgm.com) and like all “MoVGM” episodes from all the participating podcasts, will be a focus on our four favorite composers (with a surprise “East meets West” twist) - on a program that we're quite simply calling “Our Four Favorites” 01) Earcatcher: 00:00:00 02) Hugues' Composer #4: Yoko Shimomura! Hugues' Yoko track: Ken's Theme - Street Fighter II - Arcade Music - 00:00:03 Intro: 00:02:13 Top of Show Business: 00:04:08 Track (and composer) Discussion: 00:19:19 John's Yoko Track: Kairi 1 - Kingdom Hearts - PS2 Music - 00:24:26 Discussion - 00:26:09 03) John's Composer #4: Martin Iveson! John's Martin Track: Shop Theme - Jaguar XJ220 - Sega CD Music - 00:33:23 Discussion - 00:34:48 Hugues' Martin Track: Country Select - Jaguar XJ220 - Sega CD Music - 00:38:24 Discussion - 00:39:44 BEGIN: Bad Audio for voice (backup copy - see note after track list) - 00:40:15 04) Hugues' Composer #3: Yuzo Koshiro! Hugues' Yuzo Track: Daiba Freezing Town - 7th Dragon 2020 - PSP Music - 00:42:38 Discussion - 00:45:55 John's Yuzo Track: Undiscovered Realm (in-game symphonic vers) - Actraiser Renaissance - multiplatform Music - 00:50:21 Discussion - 00:52:39 05) John's Composer #3: Spencer Nilsen! John's Spencer Track: Cathedral and Sewers - Batman Returns - Sega CD Music - 00:57:33 Discussion - 01:00:44 END: Bad Audio for voice (backup copy) - 01:06:09 Hugues' Spencer [maybe] Track: The Vents - Ecco the Dolphin - Genesis (possibly composed by Andras Magyari and/or Brian Coburn instead - or as well) Music - 01:06:25 Discussion - 01:08:38 06) Hugues' Composer #2: Nobuo Uematsu! Hugues' Nobuo Track: The Oath - Final Fantasy VIII - PS1 Music - 01:14:53 Discussion - 01:18:09 John's Nobuo Track: Esto Gaza - Final Fantasy IX - PS1 Music - 01:25:26 Discussion - 01:29:05 07) John's Composer #2: Matt Furniss! John's Matt Track: The Red Woods - Puggsy - Genesis Music - 01:34:57 Discussion - 01:37:59 Hugues' Matt Track: Title - Sega Chess - Mastersystem Music - 01:42:39 Discussion - 01:44:46 08) Hugues' Composer [TEAM] #1: Hayato Sonoda and/or Takahiro Unisuga [Falcom Sound Team JDK]! Hugues' Falcom Track: Blue Destination - Trails of Cold Steel II - Vita/PS3/PS4/PC Music - 01:51:41 Discussion - 01:56:28 BEGIN: More Backup voice audio - 02:01:07 END: More Backup voice audio - 02:01:13 John's Falcom Track: Crystal Valley - Zwei II - PC [EDITOR'S NOTE: I missed my chance to point out that Zwei (pronounced “TsvI”)is the German word for “two”. So this game is basically called “Two Two”. :-D - St. John] Music - 02:07:38 Discussion - 02:10:10 09) John's Composer [TEAM] #1: The Super Follin Bros [Tim and/or Geoff Follin] John's Follin Track: Gambit - Spider-Man / X-Men: Arcade's Revenge - SNES Music - 02:13:51 Discussion - 02:17:56 End of Show Business (and FINALLY titling the episode!) - 02:23:47 Our other Programs - 02:29:09 Hugues' Follin Track Discussion - 02:31:46 Sign Off - 02:34:38 Hugues' Follin Track: Parking Garage - Target Renegade - NES - 02:35:33 10) Blooper Reel (contains both high and low quality voice audio - AND OUR CENSOR SOUND!!!) - 02:38:48 11) Bonus 1: The Oath - Distant Worlds Symphonic Concert Version - 02:46:29 12) Bonus 2: Rain Angel - AtJazz (post-VGM non-VGM works by Martin Iveson) - Lab Results (album) - c 2002 - 02:51:47 Total Episode Runtime: 02:58:04 NOTE ON BACKUP [bad] AUDIO - SHORT[ISH] VERSION: when Hugues and I meet, we have our Google Meet output recording, as well as each having higher quality Audacity recordings of just our own sides of the conversation. We keep the Meet recording in case there is an emergency with the Audacity recording, but otherwise don't use it in the final episode, and I just align and combine our high quality Audacity recordings. On this episode, however, (a first for Ch 2) we lost a portion of Hugues' Audacity recording, so we did have to use our fallback a little bit. At the very bottom of the show notes, I'll include a LONG[ISH] VERSION which explains more. I did everything I could to minimize the impact of the Google Meet recording in the final episode. But it is noticeable at points. You can find Brian and Kristen Peterson's GoFundMe here: https://gofund.me/1ef0f855. Again, absolutely zero pressure to contribute, but anything you do would certainly be most appreciated! You can find our "Introduction to Nerd Noise Radio - 2022" blog here: https://nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com/2022/06/nnr-blog-st-john-introduction-to-nerd.html The Masters of VGM Website, once again, can be found at https://mastersofvgm.com/. You can also follow MoVGM on Twitter @MastersOfVGM! Please do check out some (or preferably, ALL) of the other shows' episodes in the series! Retro Game Club can be found here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/retro-game-club/id1453018680 You can also follow Retro Game Club on Facebook and Instagram @retrogameclubpodcast and on Twitter @rgcpodcast. Hugues' blog (and his Sega Genesis demo) can be found here: https://huguesjohnson.com/ You can find Nerd Noise Radio on Facebook and on Twitter each @NerdNoiseRadio. There are also two Facebook Groups: Nerd Noise Radio “Easy Mode” where we just have general video game and nerd fun, or for the gearheads among you, Nerd Noise Radio “Expert Mode” where we deep dive sound hardware, composer info, and music theory. You can find the blog at www.nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com. Where we sometimes share additional show notes, and inside info. You can also find Nerd Noise Radio on Archive.org, where we have remixes and super bonuses only available there (such as a music-only alternative version of today's show). Nerd Noise Radio is also a member of the Retro Junkies community, which can be found at www.theretrojunkies.com. And we are a member of the VGM Podcast Fans community on Facebook. St. John is also the admin of the Podcasters of Des Moines Facebook group, which features a number of other podcasters and great programs from the greater Des Moines area. Thanks for listening! Join us again in July on Channel 1 for two separate retrospective episodes: C1E65a: “The Best of 2020 / 2021 - St. John's picks” and C1E65b: “The Best of 2020 / 2021 - Hugues' picks”. Then join us again in August on Ch 2 for C2E9: “Just Deserts”. And wherever you are….Fly the N! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE ON BACKUP [bad] AUDIO - LONG VERSION: When Hugues and I record, we record over Google Meet. But we also each have separate recordings going simultaneously in Audacity to capture just our side of the conversation in higher quality. He uses the same mic for both recordings, a Blue Snowball USB Condenser mic, plus, he is the one hosting the Google Meet session, so the sound quality difference between his Meet recording and Audacity recording is very negligible (though Audacity is still a little bit better). My side of the conversation, though, is where the difference becomes significant. To record my high quality audio in Audacity, I use a RØDE Podmic XLR dynamic mic through a Cloudlifter into a Focusrite 4i4, and then into the computer. Given the flexibility of Linux audio routing (Hugues and I both use Linux, actually), I -CAN- pull double duty with the Podmic as well, and use it for both the Audacity and Google Meet recordings like Hugues does. But I've found that doing so tends to degrade the audio quality of the Audacity recording. And so, I prefer to keep the Podmic and Focusrite discrete for Audacity to keep it as pristine as possible, and then use one my lower-quality mics for the Google Meet. In the case of today's episode, I just used the sludgy, boomy, poorly defined mic that's built right into my very run of the mill webcam. I mean, because hey, it's not gonna matter, right? Nobody's gonna hear the Google Meet audio anyway...right? Well, that presumes that everything goes fine on both of our individual Audacity recordings. And for this episode (a first in the history of Ch 2), we had a couple segments, one really short and insignificant, and one much more significant, where Hugues' side of the Audacity cut out. It just briefly quit recording. So, we had to fallback to the Google Meets recording for those segments. I was able to minimize the impact of those segments by replacing as much of the Google Meets audio for my side of the recording as possible with my Audacity audio, but what I couldn't do was remove the moments where I would "Mhm" etc while Hugues was talking, since to do so would also remove what he was saying. So, I had to leave those in - and that can be pretty jarring. Also, during the portions of these periods where I'm talking, I had to remove all the "Mhms" etc from Hugues because I couldn't include them without including my bad audio in the mix too. Though you don't end up hearing a whole lot of me on the bad audio, the sudden transitions from the boomy, murky "mhms" to the clean, defined high quality audio is pretty jarring - plus, Hugues sounds completely disengaged when I'm talking in those moments when he really wasn't. But it was the best we could do with what we had. So, we made do, and I think it ultimately turned out pretty alright. But I did at least want to acknowledge the issue and confirm I was very much aware of it. By the time I got to the bloopers, I was a little burned out from the granularity of splicing good audio over bad audio and cutting the bad audio back out, and so, I figured that for the bloopers it wouldn't matter, and just left some of the Meet clips alone. I suppose this has the accidental benefit of letting you hear what the Meet recording sounded like. :-)
Tom welcomes Lior Gantz back to the show. Lior is the founder and editor of Wealth Research Group. Lior discusses the long-term cycles of globalization and deglobalization. Deglobalization is typically very destabilizing, and we may see political problems for several decades. Trust between governments is diminished, and we're beginning to see this play out, particularly in Russia, where western companies are fleeing. Markets are calling the government's bluff over their energy policies. Oil executives are not incentivized to produce in this regulatory environment. The oil industry is going to wait until the politics improve. The developing world will demand much more energy and oil over the coming years. The environmental regulations of the West will cause energy prices to remain elevated for some time. Lior explains how the Fed can mitigate the demand side of inflation, but it's up to the government to improve supply issues. The dollars' integrity has not been diminished during the Ukraine crisis. We're moving towards a two-sided world, with China building up a comparable currency system. They will try and include countries like Indonesia and Russia. We're looking at a gradual decline in use of the dollar. Eventually, the world will have two global reserve currencies. Gold is doing exactly what is needed in these times, preserving wealth. Gold is flat, but equity markets are down significantly. This recession is coinciding with labor shortages. Interest rates are rising quickly and this is creating recessionary indications. We're in a shock period for both stocks and bonds. He believes we're witnessing a profound shift in Central Banker's approach to markets. He doesn't believe we're going to enter a generational housing crash. We are likely already near the bottom for real estate. This might be as cheap as this sell-off gets. Markets have priced in numerous problems, but they have not factored the solutions that will come. There are reasons to be hopeful. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:40 - Supply Side Inflation6:07 - Commodities & Conflict8:48 - Resource Dependencies13:34 - Oil & Politics16:00 - Central Banks & Energy22:35 - The Dollar & The BRICS25:46 - Recession & Gold33:19 - Golds Next Leg Up37:49 - Housing Crash?41:26 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode The secondary effects of deglobalization.The energy crisis and why the developing world will need a lot more energy.The dollar and the developing Eastern reserve currency.Golds importance and the shift in central bank policies. Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/researchwealthWebsite: https://www.wealthresearchgroup.comSpecial Report: https://www.wealthresearchgroup.com/11Special Report: https://www.wealthresearchgroup.com/2022 Lior has been called a thrill-seeking entrepreneur by his team. He built and runs numerous successful businesses and has traveled to over 30 countries in the past decade to pursue thrills and opportunities, gaining valuable knowledge and experience. With Wealth Research Group, Lior allows readers access into the world of the few who beat the markets consistently for decades, thus leveling the playing field of the investment industry. With immense passion and full-force devotion to the readers, Lior's purpose is to publish content that will have life-long value and allow readers to approach investing with methodical precision and a well-thought-out game plan. Lior has been actively investing in the markets since the age of 16 and is now bringing the same proven strategies he has implemented himself. He is an advocate of meticulous risk management, balanced asset allocation, and proper position sizing. His research is relentless and delivers a unique perspective to investors. As a deep-value investor, Lior loves researching businesses that are off the radar and utterly unknown to most financial publications.
From somewhere West of Cincinnati, Tore takes the campaign stage for a speech on election integrity, her work history, what America is now facing, and why she's Ohio's best choice for Secretary Of State. As always with local events, audio is sketchy in places. Run time is 1 hour 13 minutes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Dive Into Reiki With... an interview series that explores the journeys of high-profile Reiki teachers & practitioners. Hosted by Nathalie Jaspar. You can support the mission of spreading Reiki education through my Patreon for less than the cost of a cup of coffee, or for free by rating this podcast on your app!IMPORTANT NOTICE: Dive Into Reiki's mission is to bring information that allows Reiki practitioners from all over the world to deepen their practice. Although this information is shared freely on my platforms, all content is tied to copyrights. Please do not repurpose or translate these interviews without previous authorization. EPISODE 23: JOJAN JONKER Jojan became Reiki Master and developed a particular interest in spirituality in general and mysticism. In 2010, he graduated in Interreligious Spirituality from the Radboud University in the Netherlands. He continued in 2011 as an external Ph.D. candidate as a both-sider: Reiki practitioner and academic scholar. In 2016, he finished his doctoral study on the migration of Reiki (a Japanese spiritual healing practice) to the West. Jojan took on his doctoral degree in the field of Religious Studies. His research interest includes Eastern traditions emerging in the West, spirituality, spiritual practices, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), healing, and mysticism. Jojan's website: https://jojan.nl/Nathalie Jaspar, founder of Dive Into Reiki, is a Reiki master with over a decade of experience. She's a graduate teacher from the International House of Reiki, led by world-renowned Reiki master Frans Stiene. She also trained with the Center for True Health, and the International Center for Reiki. To gain an even deeper understanding of Reiki practice, Nathalie went to Japan to practice Zen Buddhism at the Chokai-san International Zendo. She is the author of Reiki as a Spiritual Practice: an Illustrated Guide, and the Reiki Healing Handbook (Rockridge Press). Support the show
Today we talk about choosing freedom through geography, the criminal justice system, differences in the West versus the South, music, and more with Tesstimona, John Willis and NIcole Sauce. Show Resources Special Operations Equipment Living Free in Tennessee The Survival Podcast Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link
Alexey Levinson, a sociologist and senior researcher at the Levada Center, Russia's leading polling organization, shares his research, and then former Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicious explains how the West missed the signs of Russia's plan that started years ago.
Comentario: Sonaron las trompetas, la cristianos estadounidenses al garate: GOP Rep. Boebert: ‘I’m tired of this separation of church and state junk’ https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/06/28/lauren-boebert-church-state-colorado/ Trumpists Call on Supreme Court to Let States ‘Establish Religion Within Their Borders’. America First Legal, whose team includes several Trump administration officials, wants the court’s conservative majority to “eventually disincorporate” the First Amendment’s establishment clause. https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/america-first-legal-trump-establishment-cause-church-state-1375776/ El abolicionismo penal en Puerto Rico Lcdo: Diego Alcalá: Abolicionista. negro puertorriqueño. Abogado y defensor de los derechos humanos. La descolonización requiere solidaridad entre los pueblos indigenas, los negros, los puertorriqueños, los latinoamericanos. Y la lucha es antirracista y feminista. • Decisiones recientes de SCOTUS o “El neoliberalismo” o In the Ruins of Neoliberalism: The Rise of Antidemocratic Politics in the West de Wendy Brown http://cup.columbia.edu/book/in-the-ruins-of-neoliberalism/9780231193856 o Carácter racista del discurso neoliberal o “Trump ganó como resultado de que Obama había ganado” • Abolicionismo carcelario o ¿Qué es el abolicionismo penal? o Requiere miradas interseccionales para atender el asunto penal o La desigualdad del sistema legal y penal o La historia como herramienta de control social de la cárcel en Estados Unidos o Enmienda 13 de la Constitución de EE. UU. Sección 1. Ni en los Estados Unidos ni en ningún lugar sujeto a su jurisdicción habrá esclavitud ni trabajo forzado, excepto como castigo de un delito del que el responsable haya quedado debidamente convicto. Sección 2. El Congreso estará facultado para hacer cumplir este artículo por medio de leyes apropiadas. o Historia racista y clasista de las Policías en EE. UU. y PR o La venta del discurso oficial en los medios de comunicación o El discurso es tan novel que hasta a los sectores “progresista” se les hace difícil bajarlo o Sectores de derecha compran la idea para ahorrar los costos o ¿Cuál es la propuesta? Buscar alternativa para manejar sumariados Descriminalizar las drogas Tope de sentencias o Mirar esfuerzos más allá de los EE. UU.
In his 2022 book The War on the West, the British journalist Douglas Murray argues that many now prominent cultural ideas unfairly single out Western sins, discounting the good that Western civilization has brought about and sowing discord in America and Europe. On this week's podcast, he joins Mosaic editor Jonathan Silver to explain why Western civilization should be defended, to discuss the role that Israel and the Jewish people play in that defense, and to reflect on two of his friends who recently passed away, the philosopher Roger Scruton and the rabbi Jonathan Sacks, each of whom embodied strands of the Western tradition that deserve to be defended and perpetuated. Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.
The Public Media Journalists Association awarded KZMU first prize in the category of Long Documentary for a story on the impacts of the housing crisis and worker shortage in Moab. Judges reviewed over 1500 entries. Only 221 awards were given to 101 organizations. And for the first time KZMU is one of those winners. The piece is called “Welcome to Moab: A Service Story.” It was first aired last November and it shows how the housing crisis turned worker shortage is gutting employment sectors at every level in Moab. The story zeroes in on restaurants, which are arguably the most public-facing businesses in our service industry. In this sample you'll hear from restaurant employees working in Moab during a pandemic and in the busiest, longest, most harrowing of seasons. And business owners will tell you how they struggle to keep the doors open. Many thanks to Ann, Jen, Natali, Alex, Wes, Bella, Mardee, Ruth, Louis, Meghan, Jacqueline, and Cozy for sharing their stories on our airwaves and illustrating how restaurants help keep communities vibrant. Find the whole story in the notes below. //Show Notes //PMJA 2022 award winners https://pmja.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/2022-Awards-List-Final.pdf //Full version of “Welcome to Moab: A Service Story” https://www.kzmu.org/welcome-to-moab-a-service-story Note: This special contains language that has been un-beeped for the podcast. //Music and other sounds heard in today's special: Crowded Park by TravieDoodle bar chatter by SoundsExciting FunkBox by Ketsa Way-to-West by Ketsa Chillflow (makaih.com) by Makiah Beats The Journey by Audiobinger Happy-Chappy by Ketsa
Today on Boston Public Radio we're on tape, bringing you some of our favorite conversations from recent years: Imani Perry talks about parenthood and how Black parents talk to their children about race. Perry is a professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. Her latest book is "Breathe: A Letter To My Sons.” Richard Blanco reads his favorite “aubade” poems — about lovers departing at dawn — including “Aubade with Burning City” by Ocean Vuong and “Ghosting Aubade” by Amie Whittemore. Blanco is the fifth inaugural poet in U.S. history. His latest book, "How To Love A Country," deals with various sociopolitical issues that shadow America. Lizzie Post weighs in on cannabis culture in her book, “Higher Etiquette: A Guide to the World of Cannabis, From Dispensaries to Dinner Parties.” Post is a writer, co-director of The Emily Post Institute and great-great-granddaughter of etiquette writer Emily Post. Christopher Kimball previews his latest cookbook “Vegetables,” sharing his favorite ways to bring vegetables to the center of the plate. Chris Kimball co-founded America's Test Kitchen, and now runs Christopher Kimball's Milk Street in Boston. His latest cookbook is “Vegetables.” Farah Stockman talks about how class divides manifest themselves culturally and politically in the United States, and why higher-class, well-educated communities struggle to understand and represent the majority of Americans. Farah Stockman is a member of the New York Times editorial board, and a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter. Her latest book is “American Made: What Happens to People When Work Disappears.” Howard Bryant discusses his book, "The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism." Bryant is a columnist and commentator for ESPN. Lindy West previews her latest book, "The Witches Are Coming," a collection of essays about feminism in the #MeToo moment. West is a writer, comedian and activist. Joshua Foer talks about “Atlas Obscura: An Explorers Guide To The World's Hidden Wonders.” Foer is a freelance journalist and author of "Moonwalking With Einstein: The Art And Science Of Remembering Everything.”
The boys sip and review 1623 Brewing's Lil Sips Scottish Imperial Stout, then wonder why our society has lost the idea that people should grow up. Educated grown-ups are claiming that words are violence. That's the way a child views the world. Our culture has become so infantilized that we think we should "listen to the children." The popularity of superhero movies are an example of this attempt to freeze life in a perpetual adolescence. P&C review a list of areas in which society seems to refuse to grown up. We've come to accept arrested emotional development. Russia and China are laughing.
Vladimir Putin has notified his ally, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, that Russia will send nuclear-capable long-range missiles to Belarus—an escalation of the already high tensions between Russia and the West. 5) Nuclear tensions rise in Eastern Europe; 4) Bank of Japan now owns more than half of Japanese government bonds; 3) Gulf Coast hurricane could send gas prices to “apocalyptic” heights; 2) Filmmaker pushes back on US Navy explanation for mystery drones; 1) 14-year-old South Carolina boy starts lawn mowing business to raise money to help pay for his stepdad to adopt him and his brother.
Whenever you get into an argument, whether you're discussing politics with a colleague or the distribution of chores with your spouse, you likely feel like you're floundering. You feel worked up, but you don't feel like you're getting your point across, much less convincing the other person of it, and the conversation simply goes in circles. You can feel like a rank amateur at arguing.Maybe what you need are some pro tips from someone who's spent his life arguing competitively. Enter my guest: Bo Seo. Bo is a two-time world champion debater, a former coach of the Australian national debating team and the Harvard College Debating Union, and the author of Good Arguments: How Debate Teaches Us to Listen and Be Heard. Today on the show, Bo and I discuss why learning the art of rhetoric and debate was once an integral part of education in the West, why the subject disappeared from schools, and the loss this has represented for society. We then turn to the lessons Bo's taken from his debating career that you can apply to your own everyday arguments, whether big or small. Bo explains why it's important to establish what an argument is really about before you start into it, and shares a rubric for homing in on which of three types of disagreements may be at the core of a conflict. He then explains two things a strong argument has to do, and four questions to ask yourself to see if you've met these requirements. Bo also unpacks his three P's for creating persuasive rhetoric and how to effectively rebut someone else's claims. We end our conversation with how to determine when it's worth getting into a particular argument and when it's better to walk away.Resources Related to the PodcastAoM series on Rhetoric 101The Winston Churchill Guide to Public SpeakingThe Art of Rhetoric by AristotleAoM Podcast #639: Why You Should Learn the Lost Art of RhetoricAoM Podcast #799: Getting Along Is OverratedConnect With Bo SeoBo's Website
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by reacting to the White Sox's offense exploding for 17 hits in an 11-4 win against the Angels on Tuesday night. The Cubs also lost 5-3 to the Reds, but does it matter? Later, the guys conducted their Pick 6 and Extra Point segments, where they debated the top sports topics of the day.
On today's episode Walter Smolarek and Prof. Richard Wolff discuss how the leaders of the wealthy G7 nations gathered in Germany this week for a summit focused on isolating Russia from the world economy. The summit discussed attempts to impose a “price cap” on Russian oil exports and a prohibition on trading Russian gold, but is this sanctions regime backfiring on the west? Professor Richard Wolff is an author & co-founder of the organization Democracy at Work. You can find his work at rdwolff.com. Please make an urgently-needed contribution to The Socialist Program by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/thesocialistprogram. We rely on the generous support of our listeners to keep bringing you consistent, high-quality shows. All Patreon donors of $5 a month or more are invited to join the monthly Q&A seminar with Brian.
Coming to you on location from North Carolina and Virginia, we are pleased to catch up with two leaders in the child support community, Tammy Pearson, the Director of Operations for YoungWilliams' North Carolina offices, and Carla West, Senior Director for Economic Security for the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Division of Social Services. Join Mariellen Keely (Grants & Initiatives Consultant Senior, Division of Child Support, Virginia Department of Social Services) as she has a conversation with Tammy and Carla. They discuss what got them interested in the child support program, including what roles they have held and where they got their start. Listen as they share lessons learned from “leaning into” each other for a solid support network, and a further discussion from the March 21, 2022, YoungWilliams article titled “Leaning In: Carla West and Tammy Pearson Recognize Value of Supporting Each Other.” (https://www.youngwilliams.com/leaning-carla-west-and-tammy-pearson-recognize-value-supporting-each-other)
Do you know what TFMR or Termination for Medical Reasons is? Termination for Medical Reasons, or TFMR, is when a pregnancy is terminated due to a chromosomal, genetic or structural fetal abnormality, or where continuing the pregnancy would risk the health or life of the mother. Today's guest experienced 14 losses. Yes, this isn't a typo. Turia West is a wife and mom and is still on the journey of healing from grief and profound loss. She gave birth to a healthy baby girl in 2008 and then went onto have a 16 week twin loss in 2013. This twin loss revealed the balanced chromosome translocation. This means that a piece of one chromosome breaks off and attaches to another chromosome. Sections of 2 chromosomes hence switched places. Turia has this same translocation and learned that this could potenitally lead to miscarriage up to 50%. Turia continue to try to grow her family and suffered more losses and miscarriages along the way. In today's episode, Turia shares her journey through IVF, getting an amniocentesis to confirm unbalanced chromosome translocation and being offered to Terminate for Medical Reasons (TFMR), but her and her husband decided against it. This episode is for you to listen to if you have experienced profound losses, TFMR, IVF, or want to learn how to overcome profound grief and loss and work towards your healing. Listen to this episode here: sistersinloss.com/ep260
Travis McClendon of The Guide Life, Zero Guide Fees, Arizona Strip guides and Arizona Elk Outfitters joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to discuss hunting the West. Travis reminisces a bit about filming hunts back in the day compared to the available technology now. He and Sam then discuss their mutual desires to be hunting the mountains until they're old and gray. They cover a wide range of topics including the wide variety of hunting opportunities available in Arizona, the performance of the rut, the efficacy of bugling over the years and the behavior of mountain versus desert muleys. Travis closes things out by defining the difference between still hunting and spot-and-stalk. See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/240. For AD-FREE EPISODES, please subscribe via Patreon at patreon.com/thewildinitiative. Get discounts on hunting, fishing and outdoor products at thewildinitiative.com/discounts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Audiobook Lovin' is a month long event celebrating audiobooks, brought you by Viviana, Enchantress of Books. Guests: Narrator Laurie West Website Post for more info & giveaway: http://www.vivianaenchantressofbooks.com/2022/06/audiobook-lovin-2022-presents-laurie.html Audiobook Lovin's Main Site: http://www.vivianaenchantressofbooks.com/p/audiobook-lovin-2022.html We hope you have enjoyed this production of Audiobook Lovin' Series. Become a patron at https://www.patreon.com/AudiobookLovin Follow us on: Audible: https://adbl.co/3lbkxl2 Amazon Prime Music: https://amzn.to/32xUgaA Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3L3Nf25 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/38l1odY Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/5bmvo1zo Soundcloud: https://bit.ly/AudiobookLovinSoundcloud iHeart Radio Podcast: https://ihr.fm/38qaZ31 Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/AudiobookLovinGooglePodcast Host: Viviana Izzo Podcast Intro & Outro: Connor Crais Audio Editor: Gabriella Bojorge All rights reserved. This has been an Audiobook Lovin' production Copyright 2017 by Viviana Izzo, Enchantress of Books. Production Copyright 2017 by Audiobook Lovin' Audiobook Lovin' is a division of Viviana, Enchantress of Books. Please visit Viviana, Enchantress of Books to learn more about the Audiobook Lovin' Series. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, modified, copied, distributed, repackaged, shared, displayed, revealed, extracted, emailed, transmitted, sold or otherwise transferred, conveyed or used, in a manner inconsistent with the Agreement, or rights of the copyright owner. You shall not redistribute, repackage, transmit, assign, sell, broadcast, rent, share, lend, modify, extract, reveal, adapt, edit, sub-license or otherwise transfer the Content. You are not granted any synchronization, public performance, promotional use, commercial sale, resale, reproduction or distribution rights for the Content. For permission requests, please visit Viviana, Enchantress of Books for more information.
episode 130 A Sacrificial Lamb (Literally) & A Critique of the West with Saima Ateeq Introduction I reached out to Saima for an interview because I have noticed Saima often achieves the difficult balance of being unfailingly kind, gracious, and encouraging to others while unflinchingly frank in her opinions on many topics of great import. It's so difficult to do both at the same time, but when someone does so successfully, that is exactly the type of person I'm most curious to speak with - and most likely to learn from! For this episode, Saima chose to share a lamb dish popular all around Pakistan, and generally eaten by her family for Eid Al Adha. The unique thing about Saima's experience with this particular lamb dish is that they begin making this dish with a sacrificial slaughtering of the lamb to commemorate the way God provided Abraham with a lamb to replace the sacrifice of Abraham's son. This episode covers dozens of topics including the making of this dish, how Saima's faith became deeply personal to her, and why she is so critical of the West. Listen all the way to the end and you'll even hear about her grandfather, the water diviner, and how to make roti from sourdough! I'm so excited to turn this over one to Saima - but first, thank *you* for tuning in. Highlights *The Pashtun tribe that crosses Afghanastan and Pakistan *What mutton means in Saima's language *KPK contains many races *The cuisine of the Pashtun tribe - lots of barbequeing *How Saima's tribe became part of Pakistan *Entering an arranged marriage at 18 and what that meant *Being a "single parent" for 10 years while her husband worked in Dubai *Why Saima is so critical of the US and the West *How Pakistan was affected by 9/11, the invasion of Iraq and the War in Afghanastan *"I don't remember one single day without people in my house?" *Why Saima's food memories revolve around her father *Eid-up-Adha - this celebration in Islam *Why the celebration begins with sacrificing a lamb *How they sourced the sacrificial lambs *Why Saima believes its important for children to see the slaughtering of the lamb *How Saima tries to live her religion *How Saima's Islamic faith became very personal to her *Her father/grandfather being water diviners *Where sheep carry their fat - and adding that to this dish *Sourdough naan/roti Listen Now Also listen on: APPLE GOOGLE SPOTIFY EMAIL How To Contact Saima This Episode's Storied Recipe Recipe Shared by Saima Ateeq Shinwari Mutton Karahi Recipe Best Shinwari Karahi, a delicious lamb dish with fresh tomatoes, garlic, and ginger from the Shinwari tribe in Northern Pakistan (& Afghanistan). Pin This Episode Related Episodes A Wanderer Through Life and a Lover of Spice with Nadia Bandukda Djiboutian Food at the Crossroads of Religion and Culture I Thought "Authentic" Was A Good Thing with Shayma Saddat More About The Storied Recipe Podcast The concept of The Storied Recipe is unique - every guest gives me a recipe that represents a cherished memory, custom, or person. I actually make, photograph, and share the recipe. During the interview, I discuss the memories and culture around the recipe, and also my experience (especially my mistakes and questions!) as I tried it. My listeners and I are a community that believes food is a love language unto itself. With every episode, we become better cooks and global citizens, more grateful for the gift of food, and we honor those that loved us through their cooking. Subscribe to the podcast in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or simply search for The Storied Recipe in your favorite player. I am also a storytelling photographer celebrating food in extraordinary light Learn Food Photography here. You can shop The Storied Recipe Print Shop (where every image tells a story) here.
*warning contains passion* james and I discuss premier league transfer news among other huge signings and getting into a debate as always about our beloved Liverpool and Chelsea, we wrap with fashion content at the end of part two so stay tuned. Thanks for a 1000 listens wherever you are listening from! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
As promised, here's the do-over of what's missing from this week's show due to a mysterious technical issue, covering the end of the UWF sub-section before moving on to World Class, Texas All-Star Wrestling, Central States, Portland, and Hawaii. Topics include Blackjack Mulligan getting fired by WCCW for beating up Kevin Von Erich and Rick Hazzard, the nightmare match that is BULLDOG BOB BROWN VS. COUSIN JUNIOR, Ric Flair vs. Samu at the Blaisdell Center, and more. Enjoy!To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows!If you're looking for the best deal on a VPN service—short for Virtual Private Network, it helps you get around regional restrictions as well as browse the internet more securely—then Private Internet Access is what you've been looking for. Not only will using our link help support Between The Sheets, but you'll get a special discount, with prices as low as $1.98/month if you go with a 40 month subscription. With numerous great features and even a TV-specific Android app to make streaming easier, there is no better choice if you're looking to subscribe to WWE Network, AEW Plus, and other region-locked services.For the best in both current and classic indie wrestling streaming, make sure to check out IndependentWrestling.tv and use coupon code BTSPOD for a free 5 day trial! (You can also go directly to TinyURL.com/IWTVsheets to sign up that way.) If you convert to a paid subscriber, we get a kickback for referring you, allowing you to support both the show and the indie scene.To subscribe, you can find us on iTunes, Google Play, and just about every other podcast app's directory, or you can also paste Feeds.FeedBurner.com/BTSheets into your favorite podcast app using whatever “add feed manually” option it has.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
The Houston Rockets and John Wall have agreed to a buyout and it appears Wall is headed to the Los Angeles Clippers. Does he make them a championship contender? Russell Westbrook opted-in with the Lakers for $47 million. Will they make the play-in tournament next season? Plus, free agent linebacker KJ Wright checks in with IAA Tonight and discusses his potential landing spots before the season starts.
Jacob, Duvall, & Jeebs welcome in Zack West to discuss his trek across the country to then choose family, movie quotes for real life, conspiracy theories, & how much money to drink a shot of Porta Potty Juice?!
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00:00 Charles Robinson and Jim Trotter are back! Joe Burrow stands against the Supreme Courts decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.20:16 Kurt Helin sees the Clippers winning the West if they attain John Wall.36:55 Pat Forde reacts to Arch Manning committing to the University of Texas.
Legendary governor, a staunch prohibitionist, had to buy a round for the house when he dropped by the town marshal's saloon in the now-ghost town of Harney; a few years later, he pardoned the marshal, who'd been busted for gunfighting. (Harney City, Harney County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1107e-drinks-on-prohibitionist-governor-west-in-town-marshals-saloon.html)
Zach and Brian talk NBA Free Agency as Kyrie Irving has decided to exercise his player option for next season with the Nets and John Wall and the Houston Rockets have agreed to a buyout which will allow Wall to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers. Does that move make the Clippers a title favorite in the West. The conversation then moves to the Utah Jazz and what will they do this off season and which superstar will they part ways with Donovon Mitchell or Rudy Gobert(which leads to what were we doing during quarantine). Adam Beasley joins the show to talk everything going on in the NFL.
Switzerland is one of the most famous holiday destinations in Europe and it is also a great country to discover on horseback. Famous for its cheese, chocolate and banks, Switzerland also has its own horse breed the Franches-Montagne or Freiberger and a beautiful and varied countryside from hills and meadows in the North and West to hight mountains in the South.Show Notes:https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2022/06/22/horse-podcast-ep-262-horse-destination-switzerland/Support the show
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On this episode of the East Meets West Hunt podcast, Beau Martonik is joined by Robby Denning, co-owner of Rokslide, published author, and mule deer fanatic. Robby just released his new book, Hunting Big Mule Deer - The Stories. They discuss the new book, why non-residents are good for hunting, adapting to changes in mule deer hunting over the years, how to become successful with tags being more difficult to get, and a story of the last two seasons with lessons learned from the hunts. Topics: Hunting Big Mule Deer - The Stories - New book Why non-residents are good for hunting Adapting to the changes in mule deer hunting How to become successful with tags being more difficult to get The Slump - 2 Year Story of Hunting Big Mule Deer What do you do when you lose a buck's track? Resources: Instagram: @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik @robbydenning Facebook: East Meets West Outdoors https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/ YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w Shop new apparel! https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/shop Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik Partners and Exclusive Deals: Spartan Forge - Check out the Spartan Forge app for deer movement predictions based on millions of data points for your area, as well as incredible GPS mapping! Save 20% with coupon code eastmeetswest GoWild - is a free social community built by hunters, for hunters. Use the code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off of all hunting gear on the website. Big Truck Farms - They embrace the mindset of hard work and the outdoor lifestyle on the farm with an “Earn a Beer” mentality. They support and host archery shoots, donate to veterans, and make damn good beer. Visit “The Farmhouse” in Parkton, Maryland. Heather's Choice - Healthy, great-tasting, dehydrated meals for the backcountry. Use code eastmeetswest to get free shipping. Maven Optics - Top-quality binoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes for your hunts from east to west. Use the code eastmeetswest-gift to get a free gift with your next order! MTN OPS - is the leader in providing science-based supplements to help you train inside and conquer more outside. Use the code BEAUFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders. TETHRD - Tethrd builds the highest quality, lightweight, and innovative saddle hunting gear on the planet. Use the coupon code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off Tethrd saddle hunting gear in the GoWild App Gear Shop. SITKA GEAR - Use this link to help support the podcast and build your own performance hunting apparel system. Garmin - From lifesaving devices to smartwatches, and range-finding bow sights, Garmin builds products to help you on the hunt. Treeline Academy - Save 20% off the Elk E-Scouting Masterclass with code EASTMEETSWEST The Elk Collective - Save $15 off the Elk Hunting virtual course to become a better elk hunter with code EASTMEETSWEST Exodus Trail Cameras- Save 10% off Exodus trail cameras and gear by clicking on the link. Code automatically applied at checkout Seek Outside - Save 5% off the American-made, lightweight tents and outdoor gear by using the code eastmeetswest
Kyrie Irving opts in to this $37 million deal to be "different." What does it mean for the Nets and the teams chasing him? What about Kevin Durant? What about Joe Harris?! Will no one think of Patty Mills?! We want to send Sean Marks whiskey. The Mavericks might lose Jalen Brunson to the Knicks. Is the Jalen Brunson-Knicks-Mavericks triangle a lose-lose situation? Plus, John Wall is headed West and things are weird with the Spurs and Hawks talks. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Arcade1up Pre-order now from arcade1up.com - that's Arcade, the number 1, Up, dot com - for an estimated early September ship date! They are giving away a NBA JAM Shaq edition to a Locked On listener! Enter for a chance to win a game console for your man-cave at arcade1up.com/lockedon. Sakara Sakara is a wellness company anchored in food as medicine, on a mission to nourish. Go to Sakara.com/LOCKEDON20 or Enter Code “LOCKEDON20” for 20% off at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices