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P.I podcasts is to help listeners understand the work of a Private Investigator, and what a Private Investigator can do to help you. We will be anserwing FAQ's by the public, and welcoming guests to the podcast. Email: info.pisauk@gmail.com Website: www.private-investigators.uk
 
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All female private detective agency working hard to help you uncover the truth and give you 100% peace of mind. Here will will tell you more about the mystical work of Private Investigators and share precious tips and real life (sometimes amusing) stories!
 
The Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG) is an independent research and media organization based in Montreal. The CRG is a registered non-profit organization in the province of Quebec, Canada. In addition to the Global Research websites, the Centre is involved in book publishing, support to humanitarian projects as well as educational outreach activities including the organization of public conferences and lectures. The Centre also acts as a think tank on crucial economic and geopoliti ...
 
Bringing you unfiltered public documents that deserve to be more accessible. Dan Williams, the voice behind the Mueller Report Audio podcast, reads some of the most important government documents for those who want the information, but may be too busy to read or simply want to do other things while consuming the information.
 
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Blackman Detective Services

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The Sleuths are real private investigators here to help you find the truth when you need to know. With sometimes shocking, heartwarming, and hilarious stories from the field, they keep it real. Interviews with experts bring you insights on how people leverage P.I.'s in their lives and businesses. When you need to know, call the sleuths — licensed by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, Jamie hosts this entertaining and informative podcast to educate individuals and business owners.
 
The Future of Money, Governance & the Law is a podcast hosted by the Government Blockchain Association which promotes blockchain technologies by empowering individuals and organizations to connect, communicate, and collaborate to solve public sector challenges around the world. Rick Robinson, as GBA’s new podcast host, is strategically positioned to shed some light on the journey. Rick comes to the show with an extensive background in cybersecurity, cryptography, crypto-currency, elections, ...
 
If you've watched even one news broadcast over the last couple of years you know that Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III, has been busy. He has spent the last 22 months investigating Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the subsequent attempts by the president, Donald Trump, to obstruct said investigation. Now that the findings of his investigation have been released, it's important we read them for ourselves. However, since you might not have time to read a 44 ...
 
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This week on the global research News Hour, with the election behind us now, we’ll plan to take a closer look at the broader patterns facing the country that got little attention in the campaign. We will take a look at Canadian foreign policy with foreign policy critic and activist Yves Engler. We will have a short discussion on the Meng Wanzhou si…
 
An overview of the end to California’s eviction moratorium. Sacramento restaurateurs discuss navigating the ever-changing scene amid the COVID pandemic. And a benefit show in honor of the Folsom Marine severely injured in Kabul during suicide bombings in the final days of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Today's Guests CapRadio’s Race and Equi…
 
Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones discusses his decision to retire. A California bill, awaiting the governor’s signature, could alter Amazon’s labor practices. Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care discusses caring for wildlife injured during wildfires, as well as evacuating during the Caldor Fire. Finally, an interview with Kate Washington, author of ‘Already T…
 
An update on dozens of Sacramento-area Afghan students stranded under Taliban control. An investigation into CalFire training deaths as the heat intensifies. A warning of the recent wave of lawyers reaching out to wildfire victims. And Capital Stage’s show ‘Hold These Truths’ detailing the true story of a Japanese American defying internment during…
 
California is seeing lower case rates of COVID-19; we’ll get a sense of why we’re seeing low numbers and what’s going on with booster shots. We also get a glimpse of the recent CA Legislative Session and what bills await a signature or veto from the governor. Finally, we hear from the Department of Community Response Director and how her experience…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, we continue the discussion surrounding the 9/11 attacks and examine what’s been gained and what’s been lost after 20 years of research, promotion, and legal actions In our first half hour we are joined by the Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth president and CEO Roland Angle to discuss the results for …
 
With the recall election behind us, we look ahead to the 2022 gubernatorial race and midterm elections. We also get a preview of the Farm-to-Fork Festival this weekend and an update on the local economy. Plus, we hear from local musicians about how they met and created their group Solabel. Today's Guests Democratic strategist Robin Swanson and Repu…
 
Gov. Gavin Newsom defeats the recall election. CapRadio Political Reporter Nicole Nixon shares last night’s victory speech, Republican political consultant Luis Alvarado expands on what’s next. Political Data Inc. breaks down the ballot returns. USC Center for Inclusive Democracy explains voter engagement. And longtime political journalist Ken Rudi…
 
Today on Insight, we're looking at California's gubernatorial recall election, we hear from Sacramento County voters, discuss voter participation, and tune into the national implications of the results. Today's Guests CapRadio reporters Sarah Mizes-Tan and Chris Nichols join us from vote centers in Sacramento and Yolo Counties to bring us the lates…
 
How can blockchain technologies help small communities across the US? In this episode of The Future of Money, Governance, and the Law, we speak with Tony Camero, CEO of LocalPort Technologies, who tells us about the success he has had introducing blockchain to local communities to help them share information through decentralized ledgers but with i…
 
This week on the global research news hour, as we approach the 20th anniversary of the massive attacks believed to be the work of Al Qaeda terrorists, we will have a discussion on this program with the unique perspectives of two individuals who have challenged the official explanation in their own ways. In our first half hour, we talk to Matt Campb…
 
The latest in the upcoming gubernatorial recall election. Also, an update on COVID-19 cases in Sacramento County, including school cluster outbreaks. We learn why hospitals across the state are dealing with staffing shortages. Five decades of culinary writing from Sacramento-based award-winning journalist Elaine Corn are now available at UC Davis, …
 
California launches a new 9-8-8 mental health crisis hotline as an alternative to 9-1-1 calls. We learn the impact of legal and illegal cannabis cultivation on the watershed across the state. Finally, a Sacramento native qualifies for the 2024 Summer Olympics breakdancing debut. Today's Guests CalMatters reporter Jocelyn Wiener on the state’s new “…
 
Sac City Unified principal talks about students stuck in Afghanistan and his concern for their safety. A pyrogeographer at UC Merced explains some of the reasons wildfires are getting larger, lasting longer, and becoming more destructive. Finally, our top picks for Northern California NPR ‘Tiny Desk Contest’ entries for 2021. Today's Guests Princip…
 
How did our healthcare system fare during the pandemic? Would it have performed better if the healthcare system was less centralized? How would decentralized healthcare help patients? How can blockchain improve healthcare and the services it provides? In this episode, we speak with Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care – a global healthcare blockchain te…
 
How are our education institutions preparing their graduates to understand blockchain and build applications on distributed ledger technologies? Today, we talk with Professor Justin Goldston, a five-time TEDxspeaker and Professor at Penn State University about how he is incentivizing his students to create chaos and mayhem as they innovate to not o…
 
On today’s program, we convene a panel discussion which took place on April 3 , 2021, on the eve of the 72nd anniversary of the founding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO. The name of the conversation was Why Canada should leave NATO. Panelists include Margaret Kimberley from the Black Alliance for Peace, Professor Paul Robinson from …
 
This week, on the Global Research News Hour, we invite the listeners to attend a panel discussion talking about the movie Haiti Betrayed. They will discuss the various military, economic and other ways the U.S. and Canada and other major powers are continuing to benefit from the misery of the people. Panelists include Elaine Brière a Canadian film-…
 
On this week’s program, we present a panel discussion produced by the Canadian Foreign Policy Institute entitled Innumerable Ways Canada Supports Israeli Apartheid - And What We Can Do About it. Speakers include Yves Engler, author of Canada and Israel: Building Apartheid, Jonathan Kuttab, co-founder of Palestinian human rights group Al-Haq and of …
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour we present a panel discussion on Meng Wanzhou, the Chinese chief financial officer of Huawei arrested in Canada and facing extradition to the USA. The panel discusses legal developments, the geo-political context, and the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes in Canada. The Cross-Canada Campaign to Free Meng Wanz…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, we profile the life and legacy of the veteran journalist, anti-imperialist and executive director of Black agenda Report, Glen Ford. Joining up over the course of the 60 minute program, we will read part of a write-up by Margaret Kimberley, hear Jared Ball's commemoration, and listen to interviews with Aj…
 
Blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and digital assets are disruptive technologies that are impacting markets, financial institutions, economies, governments across the globe. And because they are being applied to a variety of uses – regulators are working to ensure their policies are current with the use of these technologies. However, like any technolo…
 
This episode of the Global Research News Hour turns its attention to the murder of the celebrated freedom movement leader, and advocate for racial justice, Malcolm X! It examines the background and the circumstances that permitted the FBI, the CIA, and the New York Police Department unprecedented interest in surveilling this man eventually leading …
 
This episode of the Global Research News Hour turns its attention to the murder of the celebrated freedom movement leader, civil libertarian and champion of peace Martin Luther King. It examines the impossibility of his murder by James Earl Ray, the cover-up of what really happened and a look at what motivated certain figures to eliminate him. Our …
 
This week’s instalment of the Global Research News Hour focuses on the first assassination death: John F. Kennedy. It takes during the same week that an explosive new documentary series is released! The release of JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass takes place also 30 years after the release of the blockbuster JFK and it is directed as well b…
 
This week’s instalment of the Global Research News Hour focuses on the last of four assassination deaths: Robert F. Kennedy. Not only is it the most visibly provable crime committed by someone other than Sirhan Sirhan, but the individual in question is facing a parole hearing at the end of August 2021. The investigator who will be playing a role di…
 
In this episode we visit with Chris J Snook CEO of SDK Co about the current and future state of the global economy, decentralized identity, the data economy, the broken aspects of web 2, the promise and current reality of web3 and decentralized systems, the risk of over or under-regulation in the innovation economy, and the regions or countries bes…
 
This week the Global Research News Hour chooses to reflect on the story of Canada from a real vs mythical perspective. In our first half hour, the emeritus Economics scholar Kari Polanyi Levitt shares her thoughts about the so called sovereignty of Canada in 2021, the measures it would have to resort to in order to distinguish its independence from…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, a special tribute to the passing of two separate individuals who made their unique marks on the world around us. In our first half hour, Ramsey Clark is memorialized by his long time co-director of the International Action Center, Sara Flounders. Then in our second half hour, guests Greg Albo and Sam Gind…
 
Are you a victim of fraud involving cryptocurrencies? Is there a new and emerging Nigerian Prince scam trying to separate you from your cryptocurrency? What are the types of scams that are emerging? What should you be looking out for? If you become a victim of cryptocurrency fraud, is there anything you can do about it? What is the process for inve…
 
Today on a special episode of the Global Research News Hour, as increasing numbers of Canadians wake up to the reality of the horrors that took place in the residential school system, we hear multiple perspectives about what it all means for the survivors, for settlers, for the foundation of the building of this country and for the prospects of rig…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, as the determined mindset of President Joe Biden is prepared to clash with Vladmir Putin on supposed human rights issues, we explore some of the elements playing out with respect to each countries actual realities. The Russian-American writer and blogger expands on these issues, the collapse of the Americ…
 
Voting and elections were headline news in 2020 and the drama even continues today. Unfounded claims of voting irregularities were common, particularly when the voting process involved any sort of electronic equipment or software. Does electronic voting have a place in the voting process? Is it secure? Is it reliable? Can it satisfy all the require…
 
This week on the global research news hour as COVID-19 rages on, we engage 2 doctors challenging the standard approach, especially the COVID vaccine. In our first half hour we speak with prominent doctor Stephen Malthouse about the move to now immunize 12 year olds and the general punishment shared by doctors questioning official COVID-19 narrative…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, as a follow-up to last week’s portrait of 11 days of violence in the past month, we will explore the numerous obstacles which continue to shape the ambitions of the Israeli occupation and the lives of the Palestinian people 73 years after Nakba. We first speak with Professor Michel Chossudovsky about the …
 
Paul Dowding is a prior GBA and industry panelist, speaker/author, DLT expert, DLT solution inventor/designer, supply chain solutions provider, and co-founder of L4S Corporation. Despite blockchain technology existing for five years, there has yet to be large scale adoption of blockchain in areas such as the supply chain industry. Although distribu…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, with masses of humanity amid the most recent military exchange we will be exploring some of the stories behind the slaughter with three observers and assess what answers there may be to their dismal present in the Middle East area. In our first half hour, we get an assessment from international law and re…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, we dedicate the entire program to the situation in India as it now rocks global media with tragic, and arguably misleading headlines. In our first half hour we hear from author Jo Nash of the group Left Lockdown Sceptics about the true nature of the pandemic in the country and other factors that need to b…
 
In this episode, we walk to Mark Montoya, Chief Data Officer of the Government Blockchain Association (GBA). GBA recently released its latest study, analyzing the impact of cryptocurrency adoption on governments. In the study, GBA looks at many factors related to cryptocurrencies and how they impact governments around the world, now and into the fu…
 
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