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On History of the 90’s we’ll travel back in time through the stories that defined a decade. The last 10 years of the 20th century was a time like no other, from Columbine to Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Seinfeld, Air Jordan, and the Spice Girls …if it happened in the 90’s you’ll hear about it on this podcast. Join Kathy Kenzora as we journey through the History of the 90's every other Wednesday.
 
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Tech companies set the rules for the digital world through algorithms powered by artificial intelligence. But does Big Tech really understand AI? Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt tells Ian Bremmer that we need to control AI before it controls us. What's troubling about AI, he says, is that it’s still very new, and AI is learning by doing. Schmidt, co…
 
Today, Danny continues his Gardening Talks. One Size Doesn't Fit ALL in gardening. Podcast Affiliates: https://www.preparewithdeepsouth.com High Tunnel Kits: https://www.growerssolution.com code Deep South Remington Solar Mini Greenhouses: https://remingtonsolar.com/?ref+Wandaking Hoss Tool Seeds: http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=862842&U=1327136&…
 
Xi Jinping's zero-COVID approach faces its toughest test to date with omicron. Why? Because China lacks mRNA jabs, and so few Chinese people have gotten COVID that overall protection is very low. A wave of lockdowns could disrupt the world's second-largest economy — just a month out from the Beijing Winter Olympics. That could spell disaster for Be…
 
On Flashback Friday, we are continuing with the Gardening 101 series. Today, It ALL Depends on WHAT You do with the DIRT! Danny talks about soil preparation and a few things we have learned along the way. Podcast Affliliates My Patriots Supply https://www.preparewithdeepsouth.comBy Deep South Homestead with Danny King
 
Twenty Thousand Hertz, a podcast that reveals the stories behind the world's most recognizable and interesting sounds, today's episode looks at the show about nothing... Seinfeld. If you like what you've heard check out their other episodes where they’ve also explored music sampling in hip hop, whether dinosaurs really sounded the way they do in Ju…
 
On the anniversary of the Capitol insurrection, America has only grown more divided. More Republicans than ever believe that the election was stolen. And that’s not just a domestic problem. It’s a national security threat. Ian Bremmer speaks with Fiona Hill, former senior director of the National Security Council who famously testified against her …
 
On this episode of History of the 90s host Kathy Kenzora is looking back at some of the best Simpsons episodes from the 1990s. From Who Shot Mr. Burns to Homer at Bat we revisit 10 Simpsons episodes that stand the test of time with help from listeners of the podcast. Contact: Twitter: @1990shistory Facebook: @1990shistory Instagram: @that90spodcast…
 
Omicron triggers a return of 2020 lockdowns. Netherlands cancels Xmas, NYC cancels public gatherings, France reinstates travel restrictions. Mark from the UK joins Tony with analysis. The Log4j cyber security flaw scrambles users around the globe. China, Iran and N Korea are accused of exploiting the flaw. Rob, a cyber-security specialist, joins To…
 
After 7 years of conflict, Yemen is often called the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Ian Bremmer speaks with UN Resident Coordinator David Gressly about the dire situation in Yemen, where half of the population doesn’t know when they will eat their next meal. Seen as a proxy war between the Saudis and the Iranians, civilians are caught in the cr…
 
While 2021 brought incredible breakthroughs in science and billions of COVID-19 vaccine doses were delivered globally, the pandemic seems far from over as the new year approaches. Add in an urgent need for climate action, uneven economic recovery and supply chain disruption, plus growing tensions between the world’s two biggest economies—the US and…
 
From riots in the streets of Los Angeles and the siege at Ruby Ridge to the election of Bill Clinton and the Late Night TV wars, 1992 was a year of incredible transformation, excitement, devastation and tragedy. It was filled with seismic changes that continues to reverberate through our lives 30 year later. On this episode of History of the 90s ho…
 
When Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones published the “1619 Project” in 2019, not even she could have predicted its cultural impact. It’s hard to think of another piece of modern journalism that has garnered such praise while also sparking such intense outrage. Now, her new book, The 1619 Project: A New Origin Stor…
 
Trees are one of the most important things on the earth. They provide us with a variety of products that we use every day. Danny talks about the types of trees and their uses and remembers special trees in his life. Affiliates for Podcast My Patriots Supply Long Term Food Storage and Alexa Pure Water Filtration Systems https://www.preparewithdeepso…
 
With the US gone and the Taliban back in control, Afghanistan faces a long winter. Mounting food insecurity and a crumbling economy have left many Afghans feeling abandoned. The international community could help solve this humanitarian crisis, but can they trust the Taliban? Ian Bremmer sat down with journalist and author Ahmed Rashid to learn mor…
 
Are global leaders finally taking needed action on environmental issues? Coming out of the COP26 meeting in Glasgow, we've seen governments agree to a certain set of policies to fight climate change. But that isn't the only urgent environmental issue we face. The twin problem of climate change AND biodiversity loss are a serious threat to not just …
 
In the early morning hours of December 26, 1996, a 39 year old stay-at-home mom in an upscale neighbourhood of Boulder, Colorado made a shocking discovery. Her 6-year-old daughter had been kidnapped while the family slept and a mysterious ransom note had been left in her place. The handwritten 2-and-half page letter demanded $118,000 and instructed…
 
Austria becomes the 1st democratic nation to mandate that all citizens get vaccinated. A nationwide lockdown kicks in tomorrow, after a lockdown for the un-vaxxed is met with fierce blowback. Julia in Vienna tells Tony why Austria’s government is taking drastic measures. Natalyia in Kiev joins Tony to discuss the Russian troop buildup on Ukraine’s …
 
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