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History told by The Cavalcade of America is a well-done, factual show, and is a wonderful resource for all those who are interested in historical highlights and lesser-known episodes. Famed historians and writers worked on the show, and the actors were many of the best from the stage, screen and radio. equivalent to the current A&E Biography channel, and History channel's offerings. It can be a wonderful show to listen to with grade schoolers, or the entire family gathered 'round, like in ra ...
 
Josh Mahler hosts Politically Insane, where he talks about American politics and more. As a young Christian, who is patriotic for his country, the goal of this show is to bring news and opinions that are all based on factual information to help unify America. The name "Politically Insane" fits this show, because the host, and those on the show, are viewed as "insane" for their political beliefs and views.
 
A Clear, Strong and Factual Point of View.The STATECRAFT OBSERVER Podcast is a Christian Constitutional Conservative Podcast from Texas. Never one to shy away from hot button issues the host offers up a healthy dose of reality wrapped in the truth and delivered unapologetically.If you care about God, Judeo-Christian values, The Constitution of the United States of America, The Bill of Rights, Supporting our Military, Pro-Life, Strong Borders, Fair and Equal Trade, America First and being a P ...
 
Conversations about employment and labor law issues that impact the workplace. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
Welcome to the Weed Feed Podcast, where amazing things happen. Availability of Quality Marijuana when you travel to Denver Colorado is very lucrative option but where and how can you know what is good, commercial, or superior bud. We will share our personal experience with you that way you have direct sources. We also like to keep up with Factual events happening in real time and to keep you informed Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-joseph45/support
 
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No feature of the American landscape is more absurd than the border. It cuts across natural landscapes, is highly militarized, and possesses the largest law enforcement agency in America. Why? Journalist and Author Todd Miller joins Adam to explain why the heck Border Patrol got involved with the BLM protests last June, what “check point trauma” me…
 
In the blink of an eye, Billie Eilish has gone from being an aspiring musician to a five-time Grammy Award winner and global superstar with a multimillion-fan following on social media. Brilliantly capturing this incredible journey in his new documentary, award-winning director RJ Cutler returns to the podcast to discuss Billie Eilish: The World’s …
 
Infinite curiosity? Check. Obsessed with outer space, Nat Geo and mysteries inside the brain? Check. Gillian Jacobs and Diona Reasonover are beyond ready for this gig. On their new show “If/Then,” they talk with really smart people about stuff that makes you look out the window with wonder. In this clip, Gillian interviews NASA engineer Tracy Drain…
 
Abortion is a serious topic that many hold dear to their heart, and rightfully so. We are discouraged time after time with not making progress on making abortion illegal. Not today, my brothers and sisters. We are making strides for the pro-life movement and it is encouraging to see! Tune in to hear of all the great things that are going on around …
 
We kick off the show with a tribute to Rush Limbaugh, the GOAT of radio talk shows of all time. Rush is getting attacks, even on the day of his death, from many on the left that were afraid of him and how much influence he had. A poll from ABC News shows 56% of Americans that were surveyed believe that there was enough evidence to convict Trump of …
 
Hosts: Erica Licht and Nikhil Raghuveera Featuring: Mari Halbutta (Chickasaw Nation) and Talia Landry (Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe) The Untying Knots Podcast explores how people and organizations are untying knots of systems of oppression and working towards a more equitable future. In this episode of Untying Knots, Erica Licht and Nikhil Raguveera foc…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office continue the discussion on COVID-19 vaccines. This episode covers employer concerns about employees voicing their vaccine opinions in the workplace and how to handle an anti-vaxxer movement. This conversation will help employers navigate the COVID-19 landscape to continue moving forward wi…
 
We often frame the fight against climate change as one of endless sacrifice. But the truth is, the real solutions to climate change would both save money and make our lives better. Scientist, inventor, and energy expert Saul Griffith joins Adam to walk us through why electric power is more efficient, powerful, and affordable long-term; how the “sca…
 
Donald Trump breaks another record of being the most acquitted president! He has accomplished so much throughout his time in office, and many of those accomplishments were also record-breaking. We take a look at all of the records broken by Trump and also call out the Republicans that voted against our constitution. We must take these senators by n…
 
Rural Appalachia is a part of America that’s vanishing before our eyes. With the loss of the coal industry, the future for the people of eastern Kentucky is uncertain. However, this is what inspires the self-proclaimed "last hillbilly" Brian Ritchie. French directors and writers, Diane Sara Bouzgarrou and Thomas Jenkoe, join us to discuss their awa…
 
Where do cities… come from? Are they created by committee? Or do they just spring up out of the earth? Adam explores this question with journalist Annalee Newitz, author of the new book Four Lost Cities: A Secret History of the Urban Age. They take an audio tour from Cahokia, an indigenous city near St. Louis that somehow got left out of American t…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office continue the discussion on COVID-19 vaccines, focusing this time on unionized workforces and answering a listener’s question regarding COVID-19 vaccinations in residential school settings. This conversation will help employers navigate the COVID-19 landscape to continue moving forward with…
 
As Christians, we should never... let me repeat that word... NEVER (it is in caps so that it is easier for Big Tech to read) encourage violence. I condemn anyone who is advocating for a violent civil war in this country without, first, letting our voices to be heard and fight for our country without engaging in violence. We must take a stand now an…
 
In EPISODE 44 I finally get around to my thoughts on President Joe Biden's Inauguration Day . . . and the events that quickly followed. From 17 Executive Orders to the updated Oval Office right down to the new Press Secretary and the first few days of briefings she provided - I talk about it all including the Main Stream Media's love affair with th…
 
The HBO documentary miniseries McMillion$ tells the gripping tale behind the McDonald's Monopoly promotion scam. Between 1989 and 2001 a criminal ring defrauded more than $24 million in prizes from McDonald's. If not for a tipoff to a backwater FBI office, McDonald's never would have found out about the fraud. The ensuing investigation resulted in …
 
Reading through a CNN article is very hard to do. It is constant lies and false, fake news. They have an agenda, and the agenda that we see from this article is that they believe Trump can still be impeached, even though he is not currently sitting in office as president. Is it constitutional to impeach a former president? Let's read through this C…
 
***Disclaimer: Some of the views shared by the guest are known to be conspiracy and views are not held by Josh Mahler and those involved with Politically Insane*** Those practicing Falun Gong in China are being brutally murdered to have their organs harvested by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party). This is an evil that we must spread awareness of. We…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office are joined by Miami shareholder Finn Pressly to continue the discussion on COVID-19 vaccines and to focus on the use of incentive plans as a tool to encourage employees to vaccinate. This conversation should help employers navigate the landscape to continue moving forward with each new day…
 
Is humanity innately good or bad? Historian and author Rutger Bregman joins Adam to discuss his decidedly optimistic answer to this question. They discuss research showing that people are more likely to help each other during national disasters, the true story behind Kitty Genovese, and how the real-life Lord of The Flies had a very different endin…
 
Steve McQueen, the Hollywood icon, had a passion for car racing. However, his long lost Formula 1 film project never saw the light of day – until now. Joining us to talk about this incredible story are the filmmakers behind Steve McQueen: The Lost Movie (2021), director, writer and producer Alex Rodger, and archivist Richard Wiseman. The film elega…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office discuss how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting Florida workforces. In this second podcast, Kimberly and Nancy discuss vaccines – the availability in Florida, how Florida has distributed its vaccines and the issues employers need to start confronting with respect to vaccinations of workforces…
 
Ever since the beginning of the shutdowns, we have been told that Trump did a bad job dealing with COVID. We need to be locked into our homes, stress about a virus that is nearly harmless and wear a mask. We are constantly told to "trust the science", yet those that tell us this are denying the science that we have had for years. Shutdowns are caus…
 
We now have a new president in office, President Joe Biden. His first 8 days in office have been busy ones with signing 24 executive orders. This is a LOT of executive orders to put into place. Are they good ones? Well... not if you are on the side of fighting for peace and unity. These executive orders are horrible for our nation. In comparison to…
 
This week, Dr. Carl Hart - professor of neuroscience and psychology at Columbia - joins Adam to argue that we’ve been approaching recreational drugs all wrong. Together they discuss how we have historically exaggerated the harmful effects of drugs on the brain, how stigma and criminalization create greater adverse effects than the drugs themselves,…
 
Miles Davis was among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music. An iconic trumpeter and composer, Miles changed the genre of jazz more times than anyone before him or anyone since. He invented what we today call cool jazz, hard bop, and jazz fusion. His album Kind of Blue is one of the greatest pieces…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office discuss how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting Florida workforces. This first podcast recaps the 2020 landscape and takes a peek at some of the Biden administration’s new executive orders. Future episodes will tackle singular topics such as vaccines, unemployment issues, and more. While thin…
 
To stop a deadly disease, you need more than medicine -- you need to change people’s minds. Journalist and doctor Seema Yasmin joins Adam this week to discuss how to combat harmful medical myths. They discuss how much more powerful narratives are than statistics, the difference between being anti-vaxx and being vaccine-hesitant, and why you shouldn…
 
Saturday Night Live, The Blues Brothers, and the National Lampoon — John Belushi was an iconic figure of the 1970s comedy scene. But he was more than just a comic genius. At one moment, Belushi had the number one show on television, the number one film at the box office, and the number one record on the charts. Just three years later he died from a…
 
In this episode I discuss how Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic lead House essentially made a martyr out of President Trump with their political stunt of impeaching him for a second time last week. They have now turned impeachment into a political weapon that can be wielded at anyone the Speaker dares to swing her gavel (nicknamed Mjolnir I'm sure) a…
 
Aaniin - which is hello in the Algonquin language of Ojibwe! This week, Adam speaks with Anton Treuer, the professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University. He walks us through where Ojibwe language has historically been spoken - as well as where it is spoken now, why we should keep this and other indiginous languages alive, how native culture is bo…
 
For years Martin Luther King Jr, the leader and hero of the civil rights movement, faced constant surveillance and harassment by the US government. Helping us to learn more about this dark chapter in America's history is award-winning director, editor and producer, Sam Pollard, whose latest film MLK/FBI premieres on January 15th 2021, ahead of Mart…
 
As more evidence comes out, we learn a bit more about who was involved in the riots at the Capitol, last Wednesday. There was more violence than right-wing media is willing to admit, but far less than what left-wing media is giving you. We discuss who was involved, who was to blame and shut down the hypocrisy that we are fed from the left. Our Webs…
 
DON'T PANIC! This week we discuss all the answers we got from the events of Last Week in regards to the Georgia Senate Runoff Election, The Electoral College Verification by the Senate and some interesting turn of events leading to the banning of President Trump and many conservative voices on Social Media. Brad Stein launching a Podcast on Monday …
 
With some horrible acts done in D.C. yesterday, January 6th, we see that America is still divided and, if anything, creating more division points to get past to get to unity. What happened in D.C. was a crime, not an overthrowing of a tyranny government. There is a lot of hypocrisy over what happened, which is another divider in our nation. We need…
 
Dr. Rebecca Puhl, Deputy Director of the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity, joins Adam to deep dive into the concept of weight stigma and how often we misunderstand the science of weight gain. Rebecca covers the relationship between weight stigma and eating disorders, the role personal behavior does and does not play into weight gain, how “gene…
 
The Obama Administration was notorious for their interaction with the Main Stream Media, but not how you might think. Despite the constant love affair with the Administration on the side of the Main Stream Mafia, the Obama Administration treated them like the clingy girlfriend who would take any abuse they decided to dish out. That was until their …
 
Happy New Year! We are told as Christians to stay out of politics. Left-wingers want us out of politics, because we disagree with their corrupt mindset. Right-wingers want to go all in and focus on our physical nation. Christians tell us that we can't be in politics, because it just isn't the role of a Christian. So what? We have to let immoral, co…
 
2020 is going to go down as a year that many want to forget. It will be remembered for all of the bad that happened, but I don't want us to be negative that way. Let's dive into some of the good that happened this year and try to remember how strong this year made us. Here is an episode to set us up for a great way to end the year and head into 202…
 
Just in time for the lazy holiday break, legendary game designer Sid Meier joins Adam to discuss the genesis of his seminal game series “Civilization.” Sid and Adam explore how the early years of game design were driven by programmers following their passions, how good games need “interested decisions,” and the advice he gives budding young game de…
 
In this episode I discuss the Democrats innate ability to constantly change the rules when they are at a disadvantage in order to regain an advantage to win - no matter what the cost. I'll discuss how they have done this in the past with eliminating the filibuster for SCOTUS nominations, their desire to stack the SCOTUS should Biden win the White H…
 
LA Times reporter Liam Dillon joins Adam to discuss his recent exposé on how “crime-free housing” policies discriminate against black renters and deepen the housing crisis. They also break down the coming Covid-caused eviction wave, and how we might finally dig our way out of the housing crisis.By Earwolf & Adam Conover
 
This virus is causing panic among the nation, specifically in the children. The "experts" are not helping, though they think they are. Fauci states that Santa is safe to travel for Christmas, but you are not. The lock-downs will last forever. We discuss this and more on this episode. Get 10% off Hunter's Blend Coffee online orders by going to www.p…
 
Abraham Lincoln may have been America's greatest leader. The 16th president ended slavery and led the nation out of one of its darkest periods. However, Lincoln's life and legacy were cut short that fateful night in 1865, when the actor John Wilkes Booth entered Ford's Theatre and killed the president with an assassin's bullet. Today, only 130 phot…
 
Questions about how I really feel about the election are answered. Voter fraud has happened, but did it really affect the election? Will you take the vaccine? Does it matter if everyone takes it or not? Was 2020 the worst year ever? Some think it was, and we discuss why on today's episode of Politically Insane. Get 10% off Hunter's Blend Coffee onl…
 
A story that really should be used for these “girl power” stories is overlooked, and probably because it involves a gun. Police let a murder suspect escape in the most unusual way you could think of and Santa is coming out as a Democrat. This is what we’ll discuss on Politically Insane today. Our Website Facebook Twitter Leave a Review Support the …
 
Distinguished research scientist at NYU’s AI Now Institute and former Google employee/organizer Meredith Whittaker joins Adam to break down Prop 22. They cover workers’ rights for tech companies like Uber and Doordash, why Uber and others spent 200 million dollars on Prop 22’s ad campaign, Meredith’s experience organizing at Google and pushing back…
 
In this inaugural #StatecraftPRS (yeah, lets make this hashtag a thing - okay?) I discuss the multitude of stories swirling around the 2020 Election even now weeks beyond Election day. There is just so much going on in the world of politics recently that I struggled to pick one single topic to discuss - so I decided to pick many of them and blend t…
 
We live under the spell of big data. We give the big tech firms access to our personal data and they shape our lives without us even knowing it. This includes how we choose our leaders. Award-winning directors and producers Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer join us to discuss their film The Great Hack, released by Netflix last year. The Great Hack obse…
 
In this episode I talk about YouTube's latest attack on conservative voices and their ongoing efforts to censor us. In a blog posted early on the morning of 09 DEC YouTube announced that they will "...remove videos claiming that a Presidential candidate won the election due to widespread software glitches or counting errors. We will begin enforcing…
 
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