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Hollywood Mind Control and Occult Government. Learn the meanings behind Illuminati Symbols and explore High Profile Rituals performed by Top Celebrities. Ancient Aliens, Time-Travel, and Human Cloning with Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson and Barack Obama. This is where the esoteric meets the political
 
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Maria Birch-Morunga and Kate Robinson

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The podcast all about navigating the world as a biracial person. Being Biracial is born out of our difficult conversations about racial imposter syndrome and the trouble of belonging as a mixed race person. But it’s also about that moment when you first connect with both parts of your identity. Or feeling secretly smug that Rose Matafeo and Barack Obama are biracial. Who runs the world? I mean obviously white men. But do you think Obama has any tips for balancing the oppressor and the oppres ...
 
Every Wednesday morning on the Political Breakfast podcast, veteran Atlanta journalist Lisa Rayam, Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson and Republican strategist Brian Robinson deliver Georgia’s best analysis of local politics with a weekly dose of informed, respectful and lively discussion. During Georgia’s state legislative session, Political Breakfast presents the pop-up podcast Gold Dome Scramble every Monday morning as host Lisa Rayam talks with reporters from the WABE newsroom to break ...
 
You have arrived at Hyphen Nation. Hosted by Kelen Conley, this variety pod discusses music, movies, sports, mental health, and more. Featuring a deep catalog of solo episodes as well as fun guests, Hyphen Nation has something for everyone. It’s a safe space. Welcome to Hyphen Nation. Enjoy your stay. A Hyphen Podcast Group production.
 
Keith Burr and Paul Ober interview Wayward stereo patrons and friends in a no punches pulled, off the wall interview show. Things are off to a great start. In the first episode, well "bonus" episode we had the Barack Obama of masturbation. That alone should garner a listen. From there we spend way too much time talking abt Bill "Puddin Pop" Cosby, how to effectively fight your way through a school, and who you would choose to punch in real life between Betty White and The Rock. These are onl ...
 
All episodes are available for free, with ad-free episodes available for Wondery+ subscribers. Kamala Harris will become Vice President following one of the most tumultuous elections in U.S. history. Hosted by MSNBC’s Joy Reid, “Kamala: Next In Line” tells the cross-cultural journey that led Harris from her humble roots to become the first Black woman to represent California in the Senate and now the first Black woman elected Vice-President. From Oakland to Howard University, from California ...
 
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Milmom in Illinois. Pro military, pro troops, pro conservative, Christian, values-oriented, limited government activist against the amnesty agenda and the "Peacenik" stormtroopers like Code Pink!
 
The best startup advice from Silicon Valley and beyond. Iconic CEOs — from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack — share the stories and strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands. On each episode, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Silicon Valley investor — proves an unconventional theory about how businesses scale, while his guests share the story of how I built this company. Reid and guests talk entrepreneurship, leadership, strateg ...
 
Celebrating 11 years of podcasting, DivaTalkRadio is a service of Divabetic (Divabetic.org) , a national health and wellness nonprofit, a forum for education, empowerment, and encouragement for those living with, at risk of and affected by diabetes, and a channel on a mission to glamorize good health. Hosted by the happiest health care "MC," Max “Mr. Divabetic” Szadek, DivaTalkRadio will change attitudes, boost spirits, encourage hope and motivate others to stay healthy with a feather boa, a ...
 
A podcast dedicated to digital marketing and social media insights for government and public sector pros. Interviews with marketing and communications leaders working in government and public life as well as social media news and top tools and apps wrapped up in the hosts own musings about digital transformation in government communications. The Public Sector Marketing Show is hosted by Joanne Sweeney, founder of the Public Sector Marketing Institute and author of Public Sector Marketing Pro ...
 
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Carbonite | Midroll | Spoke Media

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What really happens when a hacker snatches all your data? Breach digs into the who, why and how of history’s most notorious data breaches. Hosted by journalist Bob Sullivan and producer Alia Tavakolian. Season 2 - Equifax: the worst breach ever. How hackers stole the most valuable data of 145 million people, why it matters, and what we can do about it.
 
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Much has changed since China last hosted the Olympics, during the 2008 Summer Games. Those Games were widely seen as greatly improving China’s international reputation. But the 2022 Winter Games have put a spotlight on its human-rights abuses, most notably the genocide taking place against Uyghurs and Kazakhs. The U.S. government and other nations …
 
Today we welcome California State Senator Nancy Skinner of the 9th California Senate District, which covers the eastern San Francisco Bay. Nancy has been in elected office since she became the only University of California, Berkeley student to win a city council seat as a student. She also served in the California Assembly in the late 2000s so she …
 
Georgia's state agency heads complain about massive turnover, but it's not clear a $5,000 dollar jump in pay will help. WABE politics reporters Rahul Bali and Sam Gringlas talk with editor Susanna Capelouto about the great resignation among state employees. They also look ahead to an expected mental health reform proposal and some controversial bil…
 
Could a Satanic ritual destroy the universe? Fiction may soon become reality. Learn how the Templar castration rituals create gods. Men in ancient times were right to see a solar eclipse as an existential threat. What is depicted in Genuflect is the Conquering of the Sun ritual, changing from one Sun to another, the birth […]…
 
Late last year, the British press reported that, at the height of the COVID lockdowns in the U.K., Prime Minister Boris Johnson and members of his staff hosted a series of parties and gatherings at 10 Downing Street, defying the strict protocols instigated by Johnson’s own government. What seemed at first like a tabloid story has erupted into a cri…
 
Sir Jeremy Farrar is UK’s pre-eminent scientific authority on Covid-19 and the chief executive at the research foundation Wellcome Trust. He joins Rapid Response to discuss the latest learnings of the Omicron variant – and offers a framework for reacting to the uncertainty. Farrar, whose research specializes in infectious diseases, also shares the …
 
I couldn't start this episode without detailing the end of the Raiders season and also going over the losing streak the Bulls were on (we did get that W against Cleveland). But then, it's been 30 days since the release of SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. You've been warned. I don't break down the whole film but I talk about Peter's conflict with one of the…
 
It’s book year for me! Yes, 2022 marks another publication of Public Sector Marketing Pro. I’m writing the second edition. I first published the book in 2019 but so much has changed since then that I felt compelled to update it. So in this episode I am going to share with you how a pandemic changed the rules of public sector marketing. Coming up in…
 
Shuklia is Japanese/Australian and lives in Melbourne. We chat about: - Japan isn’t as homogeneous as you think - Being seen as a foreigner - Japan’s indigenous Ainu people - Family language policies - Slice of life autobiographical comics - Manga's gendered nature - Fetishisation of Japanese women - Whether we look like our parents - Feeling a sen…
 
Just a week into the 2022 legislative session voting rights are back on the table in Georgia, where many politicians used the national Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday to draw attention to the issue that was highly important to the civil rights icon. Republican state senator Brian Strickland is chairman of the judiciary committee where he could over…
 
The more your business scales, the more tempting it is to delegate your company’s recruiting efforts. Resist that urge! You should always be recruiting. Featuring Paul English, co-founder of travel search platform Kayak, this episode guides us through five critical lessons for the hiring journey. English is passionate and relentless about the subje…
 
President Biden took the oath of office in a moment of deep crisis—the pandemic in full swing and just weeks after an unprecedented attempt to overturn the election by violence. Merely a return to normalcy would have been a tall order. But Biden was promising something more: a transformational agenda that would realign American economics and life o…
 
It's budget hearing week at the Georgia state capitol where lawmakers will hear from members of the executive branch about how they want to spend money in the coming year. WABE Politics Editor Susanna Capelouto talks with Politics Reporters Rahul Bali and Sam Gringlas about the details in Governor Brian Kemp's record spending proposal that comes in…
 
In a time of Hadron Colliders punching holes into other dimensions, AI and quantum computers creating life simulations, tele-presence killer robots owned by a search engine, and frequency modulation devices sending bad movies into deep space while manipulating the planetary life force, where do our hearts, minds and souls fit into this picture of t…
 
Since the 2020 election and the January 6th insurrection, nineteen states have passed laws that restrict access to voting. Two bills currently before Congress could overturn some of those laws, but neither seems likely to make it through a divided Senate. Earlier this week, President Biden and Vice President Harris travelled to Atlanta to speak abo…
 
Hyphen Nation is officially 6 and just won't die! Within, I cover all the recommendations I kept forgetting, talk briefly about the I Can't Feel My Face project that never materialized from Juelz and Wayne, move on to how I've turned the corner on The Weeknd thanks to Dawn FM, have what was supposed to not be a State of the Podcast Address, and tal…
 
“Go for the megatons.” That’s John Doerr’s recommendation for how we need to combat the existential threat of climate change. Doerr, a venture capitalist and author of the new book Speed and Scale, joins host Bob Safian to discuss our decarbonization efforts, what he calls “the greatest economic opportunity of the next century.” The book quantifies…
 
Happy New Year and welcome to Season 3 of the Public Sector Marketing Show. Thank you for being us with for the past 43 episodes and I look forward to delving deep into new topics and trends, and hearing from your public sector peers and subject matter experts for this series. I’m starting the year and Season 3 with a solo show. Coming up in the fi…
 
Georgia’s 2022 legislative session began Monday with many hot-button issues on the table for lawmakers to consider, including voting, gambling and Medicaid expansion, among others. On the same day the the Georgia Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast to lay out he business community’s priorities for the session, Lisa Rayam, T…
 
Divabetic's first podcast of the year featuring Rachel Zinman, Arthur Aston, and Patricia Addie Gentle RN, CDCES. Rachel will be presenting a guided mediation you won't want to miss! Our musical inspiration, R&B singer Teddy Pendergrass, who was not living with diabetes, overcame many obstacles and continued to sing after a car crash in 1982 that l…
 
Marc Lore is all too familiar with leaping into the unknown. He’s made leaps of faith as the founder of Diapers.com, Jet.com, the CEO of Walmart U.S. e-commerce, and now, as a part owner of NBA/WNBA teams, along with Telosa, a city that he’s announced he’s building from scratch. One thing he’s learned from all of these audacious endeavors: you can’…
 
Dr. Marty Ralph, Director, Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes (CW3E) at UCSD’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography joins us to kick off 2022 by discussing his research into atmospheric rivers, the long narrow bands of concentrated water vapor that produce major amounts of rainfall. We discuss how they relate to El Nino, La Nina, and last…
 
When rioters, encouraged by the President, stormed the Capitol, one year ago, to overturn the results of the election, the idea that such a thing could play out in America was stunning. But the attack may have been just the beginning of an ongoing insurrection, not a failed attempt at a coup. David Remnick talks with Barbara F. Walter, the author o…
 
The 40 day Georgia legislative session starts this week. WABE politics reporters Rahul Bali and Sam Gringlas talk with politics editor Susanna Capelouto about what's ahead. Some state leaders already signaled they will loosen gun laws and take up crime fighting bills as Republicans try to prove their conservative credentials ahead of contentious Ma…
 
This week, the U.S. Labor Department reported that 4.5 million people left their jobs in November—the most since the government began collecting data, two decades ago. A major reason is the COVID-19 pandemic, which has changed the relationship between office workers and their workplaces, and exacerbated challenges faced by workers in health, hospit…
 
Switching gears entirely, George and Marcus continue to put up with my shenanigans as I crack open some wine for our 2021 sports recap. I encourage you to do the same (or coffee or water if you don't drink wine in the mornings) as we toss around our picks for athlete of the year, biggest surprise, disappointing teams and more. And get ready for som…
 
On this week’s Political Breakfast podcast, host Lisa Rayam along with strategists Brian Robinson and Tharon Johnson discuss the latest move by some Georgia school districts to protect students against the spread of the Omicron variant. Will a week of on-line learning have a severe impact on kids and schools? Brian and Tharon weigh in on both sides…
 
As an early internet founder and iconic venture capitalist, Marc Andreessen has thought deeply about the role timing plays in a startup's success. Timing is of vital importance to any business: when to launch that first product; when to ramp up scale; when to make the move into a new market; when to pivot. Getting the timing wrong on any of these c…
 
One year ago, Amanda Gorman delivered the inaugural poem on the day that Joe Biden became President. Gorman was just twenty-two years old, and it was just two weeks after Trump supporters had assaulted the Capitol in an effort to stop Congress from certifying the election. At the ceremony, Gorman herself seemed to cast light on a dark situation. He…
 
David Jon Sponheim had been Democrat for 30 years. In 2008, David left the Democratic Party because he believed that Barack Obama was dishonest, and not the man he portrayed himself as during the 2008 election. And the two party system was bought off. He was tired of the two party system, tired of feeling that he didn't have a voice, that the repre…
 
Happy Holidays from SacTown Talks! We're taking a couple of weeks to recharge and refresh the show for 2022. While we're gone please enjoy some clips from the past year. And if any of you are joining the bread baking cohort before the New Year make sure to check out the end of the pod! SacTown Talks is a podcast about California politics, policy an…
 
Getting this information out before the Medical Mafia comes down on us is critical. To disrupt the medical mafia’s lies the most, is to expose that they have no evidence that schizophrenia is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. There is no instrument to measure such an imbalance and they do not even […]…
 
David Jon Sponheim had been Democrat for 30 years. In 2008, David left the Democratic Party because he believed that Barack Obama was dishonest, and not the man he portrayed himself as during the 2008 election. And the two party system was bought off. He was tired of the two party system, tired of feeling that he didn't have a voice, that the repre…
 
The time has arrived for the annual Numbers On The Board episode! Started in 2017 as a yearly wrap up by Marcus, George was added to the mix last year, and now we're rolling in the deep like Adele when she was 21! *Crickets* Anyway, we talk some of our favorite music, movies, and about the elephant that's been on everyone's chest for the last 2 yea…
 
David Jon Sponheim had been Democrat for 30 years. In 2008, David left the Democratic Party because he believed that Barack Obama was dishonest, and not the man he portrayed himself as during the 2008 election. And the two party system was bought off. He was tired of the two party system, tired of feeling that he didn't have a voice, that the repre…
 
COVID-19 continued to dominate and changing work practices, working from home, virtual events and increased digital engagement with the public took centre stage. So coming up in the last Public Sector Marketing Show of 2021: The public expect their public services online Looking ahead to 2022, it’s showtime for public sector marketing pros as more …
 
David Jon Sponheim had been Democrat for 30 years. In 2008, David left the Democratic Party because he believed that Barack Obama was dishonest, and not the man he portrayed himself as during the 2008 election. And the two party system was bought off. He was tired of the two party system, tired of feeling that he didn't have a voice, that the repre…
 
Former U.S. Sen. “Johnny” Isakson passed away earlier this month at the age of 76 after a long, accomplished political career. Brian Robinson hosts a special tribute episode featuring three former chiefs of staff and friends of the late Georgia lawmaker: Attorney General Chris Carr, along with political strategists Joan Carr and Heath Garrett. See …
 
David Jon Sponheim had been Democrat for 30 years. In 2008, David left the Democratic Party because he believed that Barack Obama was dishonest, and not the man he portrayed himself as during the 2008 election. And the two party system was bought off. He was tired of the two party system, tired of feeling that he didn't have a voice, that the repre…
 
Happy Holidays from SacTown Talks! We're taking a couple of weeks to recharge and refresh the show for 2022. While we're gone please enjoy some clips from the past year. And if any of you are joining the bread baking cohort before the New Year make sure to check out the end of the pod! SacTown Talks is a podcast about California politics, policy an…
 
David Jon Sponheim had been Democrat for 30 years. In 2008, David left the Democratic Party because he believed that Barack Obama was dishonest, and not the man he portrayed himself as during the 2008 election. And the two party system was bought off. He was tired of the two party system, tired of feeling that he didn't have a voice, that the repre…
 
Merry Christmas! I return to the parking lot where it all started almost 6 years ago on Christmas Eve. As the grocery store closes for the night, I call up Michael Lamerique, talk a little about Nas' new album Magic and his growth since linking up with Hit-Boy, discuss my love of the Back To The Future trilogy, and wrap up by announcing the 2021 wi…
 
Paul and I have terrible terrible time on this episode with female comedian from California Angie Bell and her oddly enough her family. Paul and her bullshit for the first 10 minutes until Angie shows up at 13 minutes I figure out Angie’s my spirit animal 15:30 we serenade Angie 24 minutes and we talk about Dixon search 28:40 in we try to decipher …
 
David Jon Sponheim had been Democrat for 30 years. In 2008, David left the Democratic Party because he believed that Barack Obama was dishonest, and not the man he portrayed himself as during the 2008 election. And the two party system was bought off. He was tired of the two party system, tired of feeling that he didn't have a voice, that the repre…
 
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