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Looking for a podcast with intellectual discourse on current events? Well, keep looking because this show aims lower than that. Join the host Casey, co-host Carlos and their rotating stable of friends and guest as they drink craft beer and talk about whatever news story grabs their interest. Just a fair warning these recordings are not for small children, the easily offended or anyone with actual taste.
 
The Prairie Pod podcast engages natural resource professionals and land managers in the latest prairie-related science and practical experience related to prairie restoration. You'll hear discussions from a variety of experts, tackling the complexity, challenges and beauty of Minnesota's prairie landscape. For resources and more details related to today's episode, find us on the web at mndnr.gov/prairiepod
 
Hosted by Marine Corps Veteran Tanner Iskra, Borne the Battle recognizes each battle, challenge, and sacrifice our Veterans endure during and after their service, as well as spotlighting important resources, offices, and benefits VA offers our Veterans. The Department of Veterans Affairs does not endorse or officially sanction any entities that may be discussed in this podcast, nor any media, products or services they may provide.
 
The Department of Nerdly Affairs is a bi-weekly talk podcast dedicated to exploring different aspects of nerdly arts and culture. Together bringing over 80 years of experience to the table, the hosts, Rob and Don, try to take a seasoned, knowledgeable, and real-world approach to looking at the creation of nerd culture and the forces shaping it. The podcast covers topics ranging from from film and comics to writing and history, and pretty much everything in between. If it's a hobby shared by ...
 
The Protect Kids Online (PKO) Podcast is brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force. This podcast is designed for parents, grandparents, guardians, or caregivers of children. Get information about the trends and updates on the latest apps, websites, and online activity of children 17 yrs and younger. Topics include: activities of the Wisconsin ICAC Task Force; App of the Week; tips & methods for combating online child exploitatio ...
 
The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com.
 
“Can He Do That?” is The Washington Post’s politics podcast, exploring the powers and limitations of the American presidency, and what happens when they're tested. Led by host Allison Michaels, each episode asks a new question about this extraordinary moment in American history and answers with insight into how our government works, how to understand ongoing events, and the implications when branches of government collide.
 
Welcome to Along The Lines - it’s a conversation hosted by CTDOT Bureau Chief of Public Transportation Rich Andreski as he engages the community and fellow transportation advocates to discuss how public transportation impacts your daily life in Connecticut. Join in as Rich and special guests explore current issues impacting travel across the state, and the future of Connecticut’s transportation system.
 
Join Mark Scott, Secretary of the NSW Department of Education, as he introduces listeners to the education leaders who are doing things differently to drive positive change in our classrooms. The Every Student podcast is a series of conversations with educators who are delivering quality teaching and learning to improve life opportunities for every young person in their care. These leaders don’t wait for permission to innovate. They know education can’t be status quo, because we are not prep ...
 
Michigan Medicine News Break is your destination for news and stories about the future of healthcare. Our daily briefing gives an insider’s perspective on cutting-edge research news, practical health information, and inspiring stories of survival and overcoming incredible odds with the help of the Leaders & Best at Michigan Medicine, one of the nation’s best hospitals and the academic medical center of the University of Michigan. All News Break content including health news, best practices a ...
 
Jock Brocas is the author of "Deadly Departed - The Do's Don'ts and Dangers Of Afterlife Communication" A best selling spiritual classic regarding the afterlife and afterlife dangers. He is also a renowned evidential medium and president of the ASSMPI. This podcast will deal with everything from the paranormal to grief and beyond. Contact media@jockbrocas.com
 
It’s the English class you didn't know you missed and the meaningful conversations you didn't know you craved. Join Vanessa Zoltan and Casper ter Kuile as they bring thought, reflection and laughter to Harry Potter; not just as novels, but as instructive and inspirational texts that will teach us about our own lives. Relive the magic chapter by chapter as they explore themes such as commitment, revenge and forgiveness. This podcast creates time in your week to think about life’s big question ...
 
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In our final episode with Sherif al-Qallawi (Twitter, LinkedIn), Sherif reflects on his long and winding journey to I-O psych. We'll travel from pharmaceuticals to the United Nations, by way of a coin flip. Be sure to check out If Only I Had Known Back Then on the GIT SIOP blog and tell your psych instructor friends about www.teachiopsych.com. And …
 
In Episode 228, Madden and Kolsky steel themselves to work through arguably the weirdest content week in Toy Department history, featuring: The exceedingly weird Netflix film I’m Thinking of Ending Things (2:05) from the mind of Charlie Kaufman… The new HBO series We Are Who We Are (25:20) and what the guys make of some weird vibes and a lack of ba…
 
Our guest this week is actress, comedian, writer, host, podcaster, producer MICHELLE BUTEAU! You know Michelle from Always Be My Maybe, Tales of the City, Russian Doll, and The Circle on Netflix, The First Wives Club on BET, Broad City, 2 Dope Queens, AND she’s this year’s Firecracker Department BLAZE Award recipient! We met working together on Net…
 
Illustrator/author, and native “Michigander”, Rebecca Green, talks to Giuseppe Castellano about her first steps as an illustrator; why you sometimes have to unlearn what you learned in art school; what she thinks about when she thinks about color; and how illustrators can navigate blocks and burnouts and breakdowns by following their own “creative …
 
In this episode, Rob and Don go on a mission with guest Jack Ward to reveal the truth about spies in popular culture. The trio explore the 60’s Spy Craze, talking about what led up to it, how it played out, and what parts of it are still influencing our popular culture today. From The Scarlet Pimpernel to Jason Bourne, and everything in between, th…
 
Grounded is back this month with a new episode so we can bid a fond farewell to Oregon Department of Energy's own Assistant Director for Nuclear Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Ken Niles. After 31 years with the agency, Ken is retiring and moving on to new adventures! Join us as we talk to Ken about his time with ODOE and his thoughts on what is…
 
In mid-May, President Trump fired the State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. The ouster came as a surprise, and although it is clear that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asked Trump to fire him, the reasons Pompeo gave for it have changed over time. This is just one of a series of controversies coming out of the Department of State in rece…
 
It’s not something that gets a lot of attention in American news outlets, but there remain large numbers of women and children linked with the Islamic State detained in various camps in Syria. Some of the population in the camps are native to Iraq or Syria, but there are also significant numbers who traveled to the Islamic State from outside the Mi…
 
Is it possible to have COVID-19 more than once within a short period of time? Two recent reports, one out of Hong Kong and one in a patient in Reno, Nevada, have many scratching their heads—and wondering what the cases mean for the future of the pandemic. For more information about this story visit: https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/rounds/should-we-w…
 
Elizabeth Neumann served as the assistant secretary for threat prevention and security policy at the Department of Homeland Security. She has recently been speaking out about President Trump and, among other things, his failure of leadership with respect to the threat of white supremacist violence. In the course of doing so, she made reference to a…
 
For many Veterans, readjusting to civilian life after leaving the military can be difficult. That's what Aaron Quinonez found when he left the Marine Corps, as he soon faced divorce, homelessness and the inability to secure a long-term job. Over time, his mental health steadily deteriorated as PTSD ravaged his mind. For Quinonez, life seemed to alw…
 
This week host June Thomas talks about the underrated art of scrapbooking with Ali Edwards, who managed to turn her love of crafting into a full-time career. In the interview, Ali discusses her most popular scrapbooking projects, like “December Daily,” and explains why the practice of pairing photographs with words and artistic flair can lead to pe…
 
"After Trump: Reconstructing the Presidency," a new book published by Lawfare, is a look at the manner in which Donald Trump has disrupted the presidency across a range of areas, as well as a series of proposals for reforms to try to restore those norms that his presidency has disrupted. Its authors, Bob Bauer, former White House counsel in the Oba…
 
Casper and Vanessa explore the theme of Youth in chapter seventeen of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. This week we discuss Dumbledore’s relationship with Grindelwald, Rita Skeeter’s offensive nicknames for people, and the parallels to the Holocaust in this chapter. Throughout the episode we consider the question: How do we allow people to cha…
 
In recent years, Congress has taken unprecedented steps to push back against the Trump administration's efforts to pull U.S. troops from certain long-standing deployments overseas. The most recent such provision is contained in the House version of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2021 that is currently being debated and would prohibit th…
 
Host Doug Cline and company discuss aspects of leadership and training in today's fire service. In this episode, Doug and guest Chris Naum conclude their discussion on commercial fires and managing the hybrids. Sponsored by https://globe.msasafety.com/athletix. The best way to keep up with Fire Engineering? Get our regular e-Newsletter: www.fireeng…
 
The summer of 2020 was socially challenging and not only because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The violent death of George Floyd and others of color at the hands of police and the subsequent protests around the country remind us that we have not yet fully implemented the ideals of our country’s founding documents. Ken and Dane chat with Professor Pamel…
 
What is the proper relationship between the CIA director and the president? How should directors handle arguably illegal orders? How important is the director's role as the nation's honest broker of information during times of crisis? To get at these questions, David Priess sat down with Chris Whipple, a documentary filmmaker, journalist and the au…
 
Alexei Navalny is Russia's most prominent dissident, opposition leader and anti-corruption crusader—and the latest such person to be poisoned by the Vladimir Putin regime, which, of course, it denies. When we recorded this episode, Navalny's condition was improving as he received medical treatment in Germany. To discuss Navalny's career and why Put…
 
Many families are finding that online games are beneficial for more reasons than ever right now! Online gaming can be a great way for kids to connect with their friends and peers, especially during a time when many can't see those friend groups in person. In this episode, Dana and Jeff chat about gaming in general, giving yourself a bit of a break …
 
Growing up in France as the daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, Linh Lan Dao felt uncomfortable speaking up when she encountered anti-Asian racism. But after becoming a journalist and finding a community of like-minded people, Linh Lan discovered the tools she needed to stand up for herself and others. A transcript of this episode is available at po…
 
Scare You to Sleep is a weekly podcast hosted by Shelby Scott. Each week Shelby will read several spooky stories with added sound effects to create an immersive world of terror. Each story is read in a soothing voice that will acts as a siren song to the terrifying content you will hear. ​The podcast has many special episodes such as True Tales, wh…
 
I-O psychology is WEIRD: Most of our research is conducted with samples of Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic societies. How confident can we be that our evidence generalizes to non-WEIRD workplaces around the world? To gain some insight on that question, I asked our friend Sherif al-Qallawi (Twitter, LinkedIn) to talk about th…
 
Michael S. Schmidt is a reporter for The New York Times, a reporter who broke a number of key stories during the Russia investigation. He is most recently the author of "Donald Trump v. The United States: Inside the Struggle to Stop a President," a new book with exhaustive reporting on the history of the Russia investigation and the confrontations …
 
This week's episode of Borne the Battle is a Benefits Breakdown on the VA Debt Management Center (DMC). It features DMC's National Finance Director Joe Schimitt and DMC Director of Operations Jason Hoge. Schmitt and Hoge explain how the DMC helps Veterans with financial relief, how the debt repayment process works, and how the DMC actually assists …
 
This week, host Isaac Butler learns the finer points of costume design from Brenda Abbandandolo, who recently dressed two different characters played by Seth Rogen in American Pickle. Brenda also designed costumes for The Disaster Artist, directed by and starring James Franco, and spent some time working on SNL’s digital shorts. In the interview, s…
 
Catch up with firecracker core members Naomi @snieckus Emily @emchurchill AJ @atotheje and Nadine Brito @nadine_brito on the newest Firecracker Aftershow now! 😍 If you haven't yet heard this week's ep with the glorious @thatgirlkarengraci, get on it! In this #firecrackerAFTERSHOW we talk about unplanned decision-making, energy flow, what keeps you …
 
Peter Strzok served in the FBI from 1996 to 2018 and eventually became the deputy head of the counterintelligence division, where he supervised, among other things, the Russia investigation, both at the FBI and later under Robert Mueller. His new book is called, "Compromised: Counterintelligence and the Threat of Donald J. Trump." Benjamin Wittes s…
 
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