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The AIDSfreeAFRICA podcast is about the history of the non-profit, some of the incredible stories Dr. Rolande Hodel has experienced, and new exciting updates. We will even discuss the challenges of chemistry in a country that has fluctuating electricity, not so great water, and almost no local manufacturing plants. Listen how Dr. Hodel does the extraordinary and gets so much done! It is truly a lesson in persistence, determination, and love. You can learn so much from her ability to involve ...
 
Narrated by internationally recognized stylist Bernard Ory, The Profitable Stylist provides a road map for success including specific strategies for establishing a loyal clientele, offering profitable services and building a successful business. Bernard draws on his own personal experiences as an entrepreneur while offering strategies inspired by business legends such as Robert Kiyosaki, Dale Carnegie and John Lee Dumas. If you are looking for a way to transform your passion into a profitabl ...
 
This collection of twelve one-act dramas features plays by James Allen, John Kendrick Bangs, Gordon Bottomley, Charles Dickens, Lord Dunsany, Susan Glaspell, George Bernard Shaw, August Strindberg, Marion Craig Wentworth, and William Butler Yeats. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) The Bicyclers read by: Chuck Williamson, David Lawrence, Robert Hoffman, Todd, Elizabeth Klett, Amanda Friday, Kristingj, and Tricia G The Dark Lady of the Sonnets read by: Chris Marcellus, Elizabeth Klett, Algy Pug, Ch ...
 
Arms and the Man is a comedy by George Bernard Shaw that takes place in 1885, during the Serbo-Bulgarian War. Raina Petkoff is engaged to the gallant Sergius Saranoff, hero of the recent Bulgarian victory over the Serbs. But she is distracted by the abrupt arrival of Captain Bluntschli, a Swiss mercenary who fought for the Serbian army. He takes refuge in her bedroom after the battle and although he is initially threatening, reveals that he carries chocolate creams instead of bullets. Will R ...
 
Feeling stuck? Try Your Motivational High 5, hosted by Phil Larson. It is the short, 5-minute podcast seeking to motivate you in the way of self-examination, developing good mental health, and empowering yourself to do incredible things. We are all about telling ourselves positive narratives as a way to combat and rewire the negative narratives we've believed much of our lives. Find support, realize you're not alone, and feel empowered to move forward!
 
Broadway’s Podcast, “The Fabulous Invalid”, presents essential conversations with a curated roster of the best, most important, and innovative theatre-makers working today. Put on your headphones and join theatre savant Jamie Du Mont, writer and critic Rob Russo, and Tony Award nominee Jennifer Simard as they get up-close with the most prominent people in the theatre, from actors, to writers, directors, designers and everyone in between.The podcast takes its name from the title of a 1938 bac ...
 
“Leading in the City” is a podcast that talks urban politics, spirituality, and methodology from pioneers around the globe. Hosted by LEAD.NYC Executive Director Adam Durso and others. Join the conversation as we hear from top faith leaders based in NYC and around the world! New episodes available bi-weekly. Brought to you by LEAD.NYC.
 
A podcast about love and life, stories of unconventional, untethered and sometimes unreturned love.Hosted by Rev. Liliana Barzola, founder of Lotus Lantern Healing Arts. She resides in Oregon with her Saint Bernard and is happily paired with her badass lover.Rev. Liliana Barzola has conducted over 20,000 in-person and phone intuitive sessions, and taught over 600 students, since 2002. Her practice, Lotus Lantern Healing Arts, has an international clientele including individuals in Australia, ...
 
Daily 30 minute relationship and mental health information conversations hosted by Pamela Brewer. Monday focus is men, Tuesday focus is on transitions, Wednesday focus is on women, Thursday (Thoughtful Thursday) we hear from clinical experts, Friday (Friday : On The Psychological Side) takes an expansive look at the world at large from a psychological perspective.
 
Antoine Compagnon, born on July 20, 1950 in Brussels, has been professor of "Modern and Contemporary French Literature: history, criticism, and theory" at the Collège de France since 2006. He has also been Professor of French and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York since 1985, holding the "Blanche W. Knopf" chair since 1991. Formerly a student at the École Polytechnique (1970), and an engineer from the Ponts et Chaussées engineering school (1975), he was awarded a PhD i ...
 
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Science and U is back! Dr. Weiping Yu starts by commenting on the Hubble telescope revealing new aspects of dark matter. What exactly is dark matter? Dr. Yu has a radical and startling explanation. What is 'space' and 'matter?' Is there a possibility of life on Venus? Listen to the entire episode to find out. Also, Jeff Deist of Mises Institute ret…
 
Nuclear scientist and music composer Dr. Max Fomitchev-Zamilov returns to the show. David Gornoski and Dr. Max discuss some key issues in the world of science and technology such as the government regulatory processes that block innovation, nuclear technology that avoids disasters like Chernobyl and Fukushima, low-temperature cold fusion, bubble fu…
 
David Gornoski continues his analysis of the state's religiosity and the desacralization brought to it by President Trump. Also, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to comment on the latest economic and political news. Why is Bill Gates turning back from certain vaccine proposals? Can Biden get the stock market up? Why do so-called free-market…
 
FEE's Jon Miltimore returns to the show to talk about his latest article on Elon Musk's twitter war with Robert Reich. Former Secretary of Labor Reich accused Musk of being a "modern-day robber baron” and Musk retorted by saying Reich is a "modern-day moron.” Jon says that Musk is the role model we need with regards to uplifting society through inn…
 
David Gornoski starts the show by taking us through the anthropological study of how ancient communities sustained their culture through human sacrifice and how that phenomenon still exists today when we look at the media and political narratives of our time. Plus, Kaitlin Bennett, conservative activist, calls in to talk about the incident on UCF w…
 
"Will we continue to rely on just a few big platforms... or will we return to decentralized internet like it was before?" David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on Kim Kardashian's remarks on freezing her social media accounts to "protest the spread of hate speech and misinformation." David argues that to solve social problems we must stop lo…
 
Jerry Bowyer, editor of Townhall Finance and Affluent Investor, joins David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell to discuss his new book 'The Maker Versus the Takers' and other topics such as the effects of socialist-centered liberation theology and mainstream evangelical theology. Jerry Bowyer argues that both of these theologies were premature in their …
 
Claston Bernard, champion athlete, Olympian, and author of 'Outcast,' joins David Gornoski to discuss the degradation of black Americans as mere vote banks by the Democratic party. Claston shows no quarter in his criticism of Black Lives Matter and their aim to destroy black families. What can we do to protect families in America? Listen to the ful…
 
David Gornoski starts off the show by commenting on the news that President Trump has agreed to debate Biden on Joe Rogan's show. Will Biden dare to, literally, go off script, away from TV media, and debate Trump on the Joe Rogan Experience? David also addresses the Keynesian and anti-capitalist indoctrination that is happening in our educational i…
 
Many in our society claim their own pedestal of victimhood. But, once we're able to see through all the bells and whistles, who are the real and hidden victims in our society? Has the church focused on these victims? David Gornoski argues that McWoke movements exist precisely because of the church's lackluster response to real-world injustices. Sho…
 
How has 9-11 changed America and the entire world? Major Daniel Sjursen, retired combat veteran and author of the new book 'Patriotic Dissent,' joins David Gornoski to examine the tragic event and the subsequent "war on terror" that has affected millions of lives around the world. Why hasn't the families of 9/11 victims received any information abo…
 
Is the universe too thin as cosmologists claim? What is the mystery behind the quirky response to magnetism in quantum physics? Where do the enormous magnetic fields that permeate our universe come from? Join Dr. Weiping Yu as he answers these questions while commenting on some of the latest science news from around the world. Plus, Mises Institute…
 
"Silence is violence," is one's of the trending mottos of our time. Does the McWoke crowd, backing Biden and Kamala Harris, really care about injustices? David Gornoski asks as he points out Biden and Harris' pro-war and pro-mass incarceration records. Calls for revolution and socialism, David says, are based on the scapegoating principle; it won't…
 
David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell return for a conversation on economic stimulus and welfare, scapegoat narratives in politics and culture, and more. Plus, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to talk about the latest news on the economy such as the Fed becoming the 1/3rd owner of US mortgages, the 3 trillion deficit of US budget, JPMorgan ab…
 
Heather Wilson, founder of the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo, joins David Gornoski to talk about Big Tech banning her website for being a platform to Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense fundraising campaign. Also joining David is economist Bruce Koerber to discuss how he formulated his "Divine Economic" theory. What is the reason for the stag…
 
YouTube commentator Elizabeth Rogliani joins David Gornoski to talk about the cultural and political transformation of Venezuela into a socialist state. What are the cultural changes that had to take place? Can America shake off the current elitist call for less liberty and more socialism? CAN-DO Clemency's Amy Povah calls in to give us the latest …
 
David Gornoski starts the show by reflecting on President Trump's remarks on our troops and endless wars. The host of A Neighbor's Choice also comments on Mark Zuckerberg's intent to censor those who question the election results and Bill Gates remarks that we "don't have a choice" when it comes to government COVID shutdowns. Why do big tech bosses…
 
David Gornoski starts the hour by commenting on the news reports that say China might sell off all US bonds. Should we be alarmed at our government's insistence to stimulate and regulate the economy? We should separate money and state, David says. The host of A Neighbor's Choice also takes us through the origins of modern progressivism and neo-cons…
 
When politicians cry moral outrage, the question for us should be: What is the moral standard for our country today? The brotherhood of man? Democracy? David argues that you cannot eliminate the rule of tyranny and violence without modeling yourself on Jesus. If we're to imitate Jesus as the role model for governance, does that enable us to commit …
 
This month Phil, Clive, Kate, Jon & Tony chat to Comedian Ashley Blaker about performing the first show in front of an audience at JW3 since lockdown began. Frances Jeens on The Jewish Museum's exhibition which explores the legacy of the Holocaust. Natasha Bernard talks about a walk she and her siblings will take part in following the tragic loss o…
 
This month Phil, Clive, Kate, Jon & Tony chat to Comedian Ashley Blaker about performing the first show in front of an audience at JW3 since lockdown began. Frances Jeens on The Jewish Museum's exhibition which explores the legacy of the Holocaust. Natasha Bernard talks about a walk she and her siblings will take part in following the tragic loss o…
 
Dr. Weiping Yu returns to the show to comment on the surprising news of two black holes colliding. Is there credible evidence that this collision took place? The physicist also comments on the discovery of Lunar Hematite, the finding that molecule found in bee venom can beat breast cancer, and more. Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute calls in to com…
 
David Gornoski starts off the show by analyzing New York governor Andrew Cuomo's remarks about Trump's "negligence." What do we make of the left's attempt to normalize violence in everyday American lives? Should we forget how Cuomo's negligence cost lives in New York's nursing homes? Join David as he gets to the bottom of the scapegoating narrative…
 
Marines veteran Ben Adams joins David Gornoski to talk about the foreign policy stances espoused by President Trump as opposed to the Democratic party. Why do Democrats like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have double standards on people of color when it comes to their actions in countries like Libya and Syria? What's the situation going on with educat…
 
"The vast majority of the public is tired of politics; they want to see solutions," David Gornoski says as he starts off the show. Governments cannot eradicate disease and malnutrition through central planning, David argues, because they don't have skin in the game. David also reflects on Nancy Pelosi's hypocritical visit to a hair salon in San Fra…
 
"What kind of resistance sides with the media and establishment elites?" David Gornoski asks as he exposes Antifa's "McResistance." David zeroes in on the media and points out how they stoked the flames of the riots by constantly pushing narratives bound in scapegoating Trump voters. Should the state involve itself in the development of coronavirus…
 
David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell are back with another discussion. This time, the two have an exciting conversation on mimesis in an increasingly technological world. How has the end of witch-hunting accelerated scientific innovation? What are the modern-day scapegoating institutions that have brought innovation to a standstill? Is the profit mo…
 
Libby Emmons, senior editor at the Post Millenial, calls in to talk about the leftist defense of looting, which is even seen by one author as 'reparations.' Are there powerful entities behind the organizing of the rioters? Listen to the full episode for Libby and David's analysis, and more. Also in the show, Michael Gibson, co-founder of the 1517 F…
 
David Gornoski comments on the latest news surrounding the shooting at Portland. Is it any coincidence that the shooter identified himself as "hundred percent Antifa?" In light of the Rand Paul incident, what valid argument can Marxism provide when it almost always resort to persecution and violence? The host of A Neighbor's Choice also comments on…
 
Film Producer and Director Jon Croft joins David Gornoski to reflect on the work of anthropologist Rene Girard and its significance in politics and culture. In light of the socio-political unrest around us right now, have people lost their belief in the American dream? Jon says that what we're seeing now is the gradual death of democracy and in suc…
 
David Gornoski starts off the show with the latest news surrounding the RNC, particularly the news of a hysterical mob circling an exiting Rand Paul and his wife. The frightening question, David says, is what lays in store for us when Trump is no longer around for the possessed leftist crowd to scapegoat? Listen to the entire episode as David expla…
 
Can nano-diamond self-charging batteries change energy forever? Dr. Weiping Yu returns to give us his opinion on this latest curiosity in the world of science. On nuclear energy, Dr. Yu remarks: "Radiation itself is not the problem but the concentration of radiation is the problem." The physicist also comments on maximizing solar technology with in…
 
David Gornoski breaks down Joe Biden's mythology upon which he is running for president while going through the latest news from around the country. What do the suspension of NHL and other sports seasons mean in the anthropological sense? What are some of the radical differences between libertarianism and Christianity? Also in the show, Chad Marks …
 
David Gornoski starts off the show by analyzing how the two parties in America, Republican and Democratic, are mirrors of each other. "The more the two parties compete for power, the more they look the same." What can we do to escape this mirroring that happens far too often in politics? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also, Mises Institute…
 
What happens when a government based on mob mentality and sacrifice is dying right before our eyes? Exactly what we're seeing right now on the streets of our nation, David Gornoski says. For far too long, people have been imitating a government system rooted in violence and coercion and have learned to carry out in groups things that wouldn't be pe…
 
It's become fashionable to blame baby boomers for much of society's ills today. Did boomers create endless debt and corruption in politics? Who abolished the Bretton Woods system? Are boomers responsible for a system based on creating money out of thin air? Should we scapegoat generations or do we look at the core of the problem, which is a rigged …
 
"Twitter is one long, drawn-out crisis of undifferentiation with a neverending futile search for scapegoats." The social media platform has become a playground of sorts for politicians playing childish tit-for-tat games with each other. Why has Twitter become such a hellscape? Healthy boundaries and hierarchies are what our society currently lacks,…
 
Dr. Darrell Scott, pastor of New Spirit Revival Center, returns to the show to talk about the 2020 RNC, the church burning in Berkeley, as well as his new book 'Nothing to Lose.' Is the DNC undermining our nation's Christian heritage? How does Trump address black American issues as compared to Obama? What can we expect from the 2020 Republican Nati…
 
Why is everyone, even the Republicans, obsessed with President Trump? Once we get through all the drama and superficiality, we see the people's issues always taking the backseat in politics. "Politics distract us with personalities, but nothing changes in the status quo of our existence," David remarks. Join David Gornoski as he analyzes some of th…
 
Why are conservatives failing to live up to their promises to cut spending and decrease government? David Gornoski gives us some fascinating answers to this question. David also offers some startling insights into what news like the sentencing of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli mean with regards to institutional abuse in society. Plus, joining …
 
How do we break out of the bleakness and uncertainty of 2020? Neo Davila, founder of NeoPositivity.com and host of the popular Masters of the Law of Attraction podcast, joins David Gornoski to help us tackle this question. What do we do when we hear some really bad news? How do we handle this "new normal" that is being pushed onto us? Are our actio…
 
"Mysterious gamma-ray 'heartbeat' detected from cosmic gas cloud." This is the recent headline running on science news outlets. What could this mean? Physicist Dr. Weiping Yu calls in to offer his startling insights on this story as well as the validity of black hole reports, astronomers spotting a space rock turning into a comet, and sightings of …
 
David Gornoski starts off the show by reflecting on how Republicans and Democrats try to unite by making Trump into a scapegoat. Another uniting factor, David observes, is the two parties' love for war. What does the arrest of Steve Bannon mean for the average American? Is there real justice in America, or is there a just-us system where the crony …
 
David Gornoski makes the case for why Nick Sandmann was a perfect scapegoat in our modern-day myth-making. In our cross-haunted culture, we are unable to sacrifice the 'villains' because Jesus' personhood revolution has allowed the scapegoat to speak. David also comments on the Goodyear banning of MAGA hats. Why are big corporations and power-hungr…
 
The concoction of fake news is very closely connected to how mythologies were spun in ancient times. Both are written by the winners and both deal with expelling crowd-designated scapegoats. Christianity, on the other hand, reveals the persecution and sacrifice at play in myth-making; it has made it impossible for society to scapegoat the other. Wh…
 
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