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Law Enforcement Unconventional is a joint tactical forum combining law enforcement and special operations units discussing unconventional tools, tactics and training to assist law enforcement. Our show is hosted by a veteran United States Army Special Forces 18 Delta and a real life Shield Maiden who is also a federal law enforcement instructor.
 
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Kalhoon Bay

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Kalhoon Bay

Brennan Bassett, Casey Bassett

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Kalhoon Bay is an audio crime thriller set in a city stricken by years of corruption and crime. Follow the thoughts, words, and actions of two men in a classic noir tale of justice and revenge. Featuring the voice talents of brothers Casey and Brennan Bassett and the music of Joel Fausto and the Illusion Orchestra.
 
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Thin Blue Training

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Thin Blue Training

Martin Holloway: Law Enforcement Officer and Trainer

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Thin Blue Training is a weekly show devoted to finding and exploring law enforcement training. Each week we feature law enforcement trainers, exceptional law enforcement officers and even innovators in the realm of public safety gear. Find your next class at thinbluetraining.com and get behind the scenes here on the Thin Blue Training podcast, where it’s all about outcomes.
 
We are two fun and hilarious criminologist sisters who have lived a "life of crime". Our father is a 30 year police veteran who didn't shield us from the ugliness in the world. This led us to passion, education and distinct career choices in "all things CRIME. Join us as we drink a bit of wine and explore all of the "Ologies", Sociology, criminology and our absolute favorite, PSYCHOLOGY of crime, the criminal and those who devote their lives to solving crime and healing the damage that crime ...
 
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The Big Steal

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The Big Steal

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The story of the biggest theft in history: the resources of the biggest country in the world, Russia, by its own government. It’s the story of two men. One a rising star in business and the head of Yukos - a huge oil company: Mikhail Khodorkovsky. The other a former KGB officer who rose through the ranks to become President of Russia: Vladimir Putin. With very different ideals, the two were destined to clash, and there could only be one winner. Vladimir Putin put Khodorkovsky in jail for ten ...
 
Series 2 is all about inspiring people, and Roberto speaks with some of the most influential people in the world of performance. The idea is to share a little inspiration during these tough times. Find out what inspired our guests, how they overcome life's challenges and failures to become well-respected in their fields. Their journeys are fascinating in many ways; from lowly and humble beginnings, tough and challenging environments, and they all honestly share their experiences, sharing som ...
 
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War and famine ravaged Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, and much of the Sahel in the ‘80s leaving millions dead. Live Aid and Band Aid tried to paper over the cracks of famine but there was a proxy war being fought as Soviet bombers dropped American bombs. Now, the war, at least, is back and superpower involvement is guaranteed. The details may have cha…
 
In this episode, Professor Barry Schoub, chair of South Africa’s Ministerial Advisory Committee on Covid-19 vaccines tells us why the latest coronavirus strain is unlike any we have seen to date. He discusses the fall-out from the travel bans imposed on his country after its labs discovered and sequenced the Omicron variant, and considers whether c…
 
Will Omicron push America’s economy to its limit? Finance professor Dr. Murray Sabrin explains how the pandemic has supercharged the usual boom/bust cycle. Plus, when it comes to our healthcare system, just how ‘free’ is free enterprise?What are the long-term psychological impacts of having spent the past 18 months locked down and masked up? Psycho…
 
Microwork is a rising form of labor exploitation being deployed by some of the world’s best-known corporations. It’s online work requiring the performance of repetitive, often menial tasks for minimal pay, and there are big players among the ranks of those who offer it, including Jeff Bezos’ Mechanical Turk. Naomi Karavani takes a look at the pheno…
 
A new report reveals that, despite a federal ban, at least three US government agencies are still purchasing thousands of dollars’ worth of Chinese technology. An investigation has been launched, but will there be any consequences? We’ll discuss.The leaders of the world’s largest economies came together to agree a global tax deal, but a new report …
 
In a wide-ranging discussion, Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss the latest Covid variant of concern, the exoneration of two men convicted for the murder of Malcolm X, a potential cure for Type 1 diabetes, and Oliver Stone’s new documentary about the assassination of JFK. Inequality expert Chuck Collins talks about the proposed tax on billion…
 
In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at Jamie Dimon’s claim that ‘bitcoin has no intrinsic value.’ Indeed. Bitcoin has pure monetary value and that is a good thing. In the second half, Max continues his conversation with Simon Dixon of BnkToTheFuture.com about the financial world in a post-hyperbitcoinization reality in which El Sal…
 
Tucker Carlson is defending Chris Cuomo who was suspended by CNN for his role in helping to shape a defense for his brother, former NY governor Andrew Cuomo, accused of sexual misconduct.More officers have been shot and killed this year than any other year. Plus, what happened to the media coverage of the Christmas parade massacre? Why did it virtu…
 
OPEC and its oil-producing allies agreed to stick to their existing policy of increasing production. This despite a release of oil reserves and amid fears of the new variant of Covid. Is this the best option for the cartel? We’ll discuss.Then, the US economy is coming under pressure as supply chain issues, labor shortages and inflation persist, lea…
 
On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the literary scene today and its parallels to the Great Depression, with author Jason Boog.This is not a good time in America to be a writer. The printing and traditional publishing sector has shed over 134,000 jobs during the Great Recession. Between 1998 and 2013, the book publishing industry lost 21,000 jobs, …
 
Chris Hedges, the author and presenter of RT’s “On Contact”, joins Lee Camp for a conversation about teaching in American prisons. They also discuss corruption in the media and the US system of justice. The persecutions of Julian Assange and Steven Donziger have garnered attention over the last few weeks for their egregious displays of judicial cor…
 
Alex talks to two opposition parliamentarians, intent on adding to the prime minister’s current political woes. Labour peer Lord Sikka is leading the charge on the government reneging on commitments to UK pensioners, while Angus Brendan MacNeil has reintroduced his parliamentary bill, highlighting the criminality of selling peerages and honours to …
 
Could we see the Federal Reserve increasing its plans for tapering asset purchases faster than expected? We’ll dive into the latest comments from Powell, and what they could mean for the average consumer. Plus, Turkey’s Lira hits a new record low, as inflation takes a toll. We’ll take a look at how the government is responding, and where cryptocurr…
 
On this episode, we speak to the former UN special rapporteur on the human rights of migrants, François Crépeau. He discusses the closing of borders over Omicron coronavirus variant fears and why the strategy will likely be ineffective, the death of 27 migrants in the English Channel and why the policies of European states are responsible for the d…
 
Oil prices are sinking as Omicron variant fears have infected markets across the globe. The new Covid strain has been found in even more nations, spreading beyond its South African origins. David Tawil, president of ProChain capital, joins Boom Bust to discuss the sector. William Schaffner, professor of medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases at …
 
Comedian and actor Jim O'Heir, best known as the "lovable loser" Jerry Gergich on 'Parks and Recreation,' joins Dennis Miller to discuss how he got his start with improv in Chicago. O'Heir reveals the skill that paid the bills before his acting career. Plus, Jim O'Heir talks about his role on the YouTube series 'Liza on Demand.'…
 
Markets rebounded on Monday after being rocked on Black Friday by fears of the Covid-19 Omicron strain. Boom Bust’s Christy Ai and Octavio Marenzi of Opimas LLC join the program to discuss the sell-off and offer their forecasts for market performance. And the Nord Stream 2 pipeline could soon see operations start as controversy continues to swirl. …
 
Heartbreak...it's ugly, it's painful, and it's universal. We've all experienced at some point in our lives whether it is the death of a relationship, the death of a loved one or from rejection in one form or another. Being human is really hard, isn't it? How do we process, deal and eventually triumph over the mental and physical pain?…
 
The league tables that cause plenty of consternation among the Western political classes show the Nordic countries constantly at the top in education, media freedom, lack of corruption, happiness and quality of life.Ross Ashcroft is joined by geographer and author of 'Finntopia' Danny Dorling, to discuss how they got there, how they stay there, and…
 
The legacy media continues to prepare Western audiences for a military conflict in Ukraine. Another war of choice? And, if so, whose? Also, the United States doesn’t export much these days, except perhaps for its so-called values. But are those values attractive to the world anymore?CrossTalking with Patrick Henningsen and Marcus Papadopoulos.…
 
On this episode, we speak to James Hanning, author of ‘Love & Deception: Philby in Beirut’, focusing on the life of communist double agent Kim Philby, who infiltrated Britain’s MI6 and passed secrets to the Soviet Union, detailing his time in Beirut, Lebanon. He discusses Philby’s motivations for turning to communism and eventually defecting to the…
 
An old Hungarian adage says you can’t put everything under one hat, meaning the same rules can’t be applied to everyone, and yet this is what Budapest signed up to when it entered the European Union in 2004, before it turned into the union’s favorite prodigal son a decade later. Accused over the years of all possible sins against democracy, how doe…
 
Racism in sport is as old as the hills but, somehow, when it's so recent and when both victims and perpetrators are known, it’s all the more chilling. As the tabloids got to work on cricketer Azeem Rafiq, two things became clear: whistleblowing is not easy and heroes often have feet of clay. Perceptions of cricket as afternoon tea in the pavilion, …
 
On this episode, we speak to Professor Alfred de Zayas, a former UN independent expert and author of ‘Building a Just World Order’. He discusses the distrust among some of the global public towards the United Nations, Britain ignoring UN Rapporteur Nils Melzer’s report that Julian Assange is being tortured and his call for him to be freed, his work…
 
Sean O’Brien is a cyber security specialist and a member of the team building the PanQuake social media site. He joins Lee Camp to expose a the NodeXL scandal – software being used to track the social media of anyone who supports Julian Assange and other activists. They also discuss the upcoming launch of PanQuake and how the alternative social med…
 
In this special episode of Keiser Report from El Zonte, El Salvador, Max and Stacy reflect on the past week in El Salvador and what they’ve observed as hyperbitcoinization sets in from rural surf town into the capital city. In the second half, they play clips of President Bukele’s announcement of Bitcoin City and volcano bonds, the latter being arc…
 
Itineraries have been getting clobbered by cancellations, yet experts predict a return to pre-pandemic levels of travel this holiday season. Captain Dennis Tajer of the Allied Pilots Association explains how airlines are navigating supply-chain issues while trying to get back on schedule. Charlie Leocha of Travelers United explains the surge in dem…
 
CNN claims China has been censoring their reporting with regularity. Steve Malzberg will show you the latest incident. Two Fox news Contributors quit, reportedly over Tucker Carlosn..and they didn't like another pro-Trump contributor either, we'll discuss with our panel... The interview that started it all. The “Let's go Brandon” chant and how it s…
 
On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the peculiar pathology of the rich and our oligarchic state with Chris Lehmann, editor-at-large for The New Republic.“The rich are different from us,” F. Scott Fitzgerald is said to have remarked to Ernest Hemingway, to which Hemingway allegedly replied, “Yes, they have more money.” The exchange, althou…
 
Meghan Murphy speaks with Isabella Malbin about bodily autonomy, the abortion debate, and whether people who say "my body my choice" really mean it. Isabella is a home birth consultant, life coach, hypnotist, and YouTuber. She was kicked out of a US based Fertility Awareness training in 2020 for refusing to use gender neutral terms to describe wome…
 
In this Thanksgiving Day special episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy reflect on all the things they have to be grateful for – from hyperbitcoinization to hyperinflation. They look at the ‘mindshaft’ into which the economy and culture has fallen as all these trends take place. While normally the solution to high prices is high prices, we are not…
 
The IMF is once again pushing back against El Salvador’s decision to use bitcoin as legal tender, warning that because of the volatility of the cryptocurrency, the risks are too high. We break down what this means. And the US continues to grapple with inflation and supply chain shortages; because of this, President Biden has reiterated the need for…
 
On this episode, we speak to Oscar-winner Oliver Stone, director of ‘JFK Revisited: Through The Looking Glass’. He discusses the significance of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and its implications for democracy in the US, the CIA, military-industrial complex, and other actors that he alleges were involved in the assassination, the m…
 
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