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Brian Lovig of Right Edition enjoys a powerful sounding board for preaching the strengths and virtues of capitalism while exploiting the nonsensical values of the left. Brian says that there is too much government, too many rules, too much red tape and basically that the left has complicated our lives while taking our freedoms. And he’s going to keep fighting the system.
 
Vegans whose political beliefs go against the grain! Join Scott and Kellie as they run through news and provide their insight and opinions on the political happenings in the United States. Never has there been more of a need for conservative voices in the media, help us spread the word and make sure we keep the White House in 2020 and beyond.
 
Conservative talk show and commentary from a true right wing patriot touching on all subjects political with no holding back from the truth. All subjects political including President Bush, taxes, immigration, abortion, supreme court, Iraq, the War on Terrorism, Iran, Korea, China, jobs, and more.
 
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Kick right-wing butt! Listen to this podcast for a month and you will be able to kick the butt of any right-winger in a debate. I guarantee it! Subjects will include: Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, George Bush, conservative pro-Iraq war draft dodgers, right-wing Christians doing the opposite of what Jesus said in Matthew 25, Ann Coulter, Alan Colmes, Rush Limbaugh, wealth distribution, Al Franken, Republicans, Democrats, Bill Maher. Upcoming will be interviews with live debate.
 
Jesse Morton, once an al-Qaeda propagandist, and Matthew Heimbach, former white nationalist and right-wing ideologue, discuss the threat posed by an increasingly transnational far-right wing extremist movement. Together, they dissect the nuances of key far-right propaganda pieces and discuss how they shape the constantly mutating far-right ideology and movement. By including personal experiences they hope to draw similarities across extremist movements, encourage others not to be deluded by ...
 
I'll Be Right Over Here: The Wingman Podcast is hosted by comedian, author of "Memoirs of Wingman" Steve Guy and fun-loving, say-anything personality Rebecca Maxwell (owner of multiple viral TikTok videos regarding relationships, sex, and dating). Together the two talk about topics relevant to improving your love, dating and social lives and provide advice and insight from their own lives and occasional guests. Whether you're single, taken, or even married, male or female, the Wingman Podcas ...
 
Al and Joe have been friends for many years and have spent countless hours drinking beer and trying to solve the world's problems. In the summer of 2017 Joe asked Al if he wanted to do a podcast. After some discussion and setup they launched "Kinda Right" in November of 2017. Finding a title was not a difficult task. Both are humorous and self deprecating so they searched for a title that didn't portray their opinions as absolutely correct. Joe thought of "Somewhat Correct" and after some di ...
 
How do I attract more customers to my store? How do I get more sales? How do I book out my shop’s events and workshops? How do I do retail marketing and social media for my store? These are the questions that creative retail business owners ask Wendy Batten, creative retail coach and mentor. Wendy works with creative shop owners all over the world and with industry leaders. Her speciality is working with creative retailers to get control over their brick and mortars to avoid burnout and over ...
 
Welcome to The Ecommerce Insights Show, brought to you by The Good! This weekly podcast gives ecommerce leaders specific, actionable advice for accelerating the growth of their business without pulling their hair out or making sacrifices in other areas. Our team of Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) consultants has been helping global brands like Adobe, Xerox, and The Economist accelerate their growth for more than a decade – and now we’re leveraging all of those relationships and experience ...
 
So many inspiring podcasts out there allow us to hear all about how well-established stars got to where they are today. But those actors are so faaaaaaar away from where so many of us are today! Wouldn’t it be great to hear from the guy who just booked his first pilot? Or the kid finally doing a studio pic after a bunch of low budget indies? Or the woman who’s been a series regular a few times but is only now becoming a name? What about the guy who’s been on a show for years and you know his ...
 
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Nothing Changed: Trudeau’s power grab failed Dustbin Trudeau called a snap election in August 2021, only twenty one months since the last federal election (December 2019), yet Canada allows a sitting parliament up to five years. His hope was to get a majority after riding high in the polls. Instead, parliament will have almost exactly the same dist…
 
Malcom and I talk about how our taste for veggies has changed over the years (0:45). We completed our goal for the Palmer Home (5:34). Malcom and I are teaching a private class later (9:30), where we will be making our very own redneck sushi recipe (10:22). We talk about how well the south makes sausage and cheese (15:28), which gets us thinking ab…
 
Some of the Jan. 6 rioters at the Capitol harbor the belief that the government has abandoned average Americans — particularly in rural areas of the U.S. Jim McLean of Kansas News Service reports. And, for Grammy-winning musician Rhiannon Giddens, singing songs of lament brings comfort. We revisit host Peter O'Dowd's conversation from April with th…
 
NPR Books' Petra Mayer shares a bunch of book recommendations with us. And, Pfizer-BioNTech announced that its COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11 is safe and effective. Yet even for parents excited about it, the shots can be daunting. Maggie and Pierce Sandwith's 2-year-old daughter Caroline got the Moderna vaccine, both to protect her and her …
 
Germans vote Sunday for a new parliament and government, and longtime Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to step down when a new government is formed. Loveday Morris, Berlin bureau chief at The Washington Post, explains Merkel's legacy. And, journalist Jon Kalish reports on a unique breed of caterers that cook on an open fire in front of the wedding gu…
 
False claims of rampant election fraud and a stolen 2020 presidential election persist despite the fact that there is no evidence that it's true. What gives these lies so much staying power? "Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost" author Michael Bender joins us to explain. And, in Phoenix, Arizona, many school bus dr…
 
Parosmia, a long-term COVID-19 symptom, is a disorder that can make food smell and taste rancid. Patty Wight of Maine Public Radio reports on this perplexing condition that has a profound impact on people's lives but few treatment options. And, scientists thought that humans with stone weapons may have caused the disappearance of Ice Age beasts lik…
 
The Wall Street Journal's series "The Facebook Files" dives into a trove of internal documents from Facebook that reveal how much the company knows about what's wrong with its platform, and what — if anything — it's doing to fix it. Sam Schechner, senior tech reporter for the Wall Street Journal, tells us more. and safety from U.S. drone strikes an…
 
Pat Miller and Pam Kattouf met on the playground years ago and discovered that both of their kids had autism. The two New Jersey mothers later founded Beloved Bath so that their kids and others like them would have employment opportunities. And, farmers of color across the U.S. are still waiting on billions in debt relief from the Department of Agr…
 
Drone technology could be a new frontier for farmers looking to keep a watchful eye on the health of their crops. Connecticut Public Radio's Patrick Skahill reports. And, trees are beneficial to one's mental and physical health — but not everyone gets to enjoy those benefits equally. WBUR's Martha Bebinger reports on the disparity laid bare in one …
 
Francesca Momplaisir, a native Haitian and author of the novel "My Mother's House" talks about what it's like for Haitians to flee their country. And, experts agree that proper ventilation can help prevent COVID-19 spread, but they also warn that not all the technologies available are useful, or even safe. So what should offices do? Harvard Univers…
 
Are you keeping yourself small? Are you DIY'ing your entire business? I was. Entrepreneurs have that mindset that we can figure it out ourselves. That's just the way we are wired. Throw in a creative spirit and drive - and well - we want to DIY it all. But in this episode, I want to share with you how you can think a little bit differently and crea…
 
How Public Schools Indoctrinate Kids Without Almost Anyone Noticing Many people have long suspected that governments sometimes attempt to indoctrinate their people to increase the government’s own power and influence. Unfortunately, ambitious governments will not stop at merely controlling what their people can do; they must control their minds. In…
 
Malcom is excited about our new holiday gift registry (0:56). The American Royal Competition is going on right now (2:06), and it brought back memories of freezing our butts off there (3:46). Michael’s birthday was spent at a new seafood restaurant in town (5:32), which prompted a discussion about our favorite types of fish (7:42), and our least fa…
 
In 2018, researchers noted an increase in suicides among Black children over the last decade, but a new study shows that the biggest rise is among Black girls. Arielle Sheftall, lead author on the study, explains what's contributing to the increases and what can be done to stop it. And, CBS had a reality show in the works that would have put activi…
 
Trees not only help slow the effects of climate change but also help clean and cool the air around them. WBUR's Martha Bebinger explains the many benefits of sugar maples. And, comedian and former Saturday Night Live cast member Norm Macdonald died this week after a long battle with cancer. Geoff Edgers, arts reporter for The Washington Post, profi…
 
The FORTY YEAR MEDIA Cover-Up Of Pierre, Justin and Alex Trudeau’s Dedication To Communism A well known adage remains universal: “History is made by the winners.” When considering the history of Canada, nowhere is this concept more applicable then when one considers the legacy of our country’s “first family”— that of Pierre Trudeau, and his family …
 
Author C.J. Farley joins us to talk about "Zero O'Clock," his new book for young adults. The book focuses on a high school senior whose preoccupation with college admissions, her father's death and the K-pop group BTS becomes overshadowed by the pandemic. And, storm remnants of Nicholas is not as strong as Hurricane Ida was a couple of weeks ago, b…
 
Thousands of refugees from Afghanistan are starting their lives over in the U.S. Host Tonya Mosley checks in with Miry Whitehill, founder of the nonprofit Miry's List, and Afghan refugee Wahidullah Ashghary, on the effort to welcome new arrivals in Los Angeles. And, following the new report from the Colorado Attorney General's Office, we hear from …
 
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst shares her favorite sweet and savory grape recipes with us, as well as her master recipe for roasting the fruit. And, Gideon Gil, STAT's infectious diseases and public health editor, joins us for an update on groundbreaking research that makes a "phantom hand" seem real.…
 
The new film "The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain" dramatizes the story of Chamberlain Sr., a 68-year-old Black retired Marine who was killed by police who were responding to a medical alert. Chamberlain Sr.'s son, Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., joins us to discuss. And, Georgia Public Broadcasting's Grant Blankenship has the story of Georgia conservation…
 
Awaken slaves! – How The Private Central Bank Ponzi Scheme Trapped And Destroyed America Once upon a time, in 1913, a corrupt Congress and a corrupt President transferred the money creation authority vested in the government by the Constitution to a private central bank. It was going to be called the Third Bank of the United States. Such a fundamen…
 
Several states are moving to make it easier for homeowners to strike language in the fine print of home deeds that restricts sales to people of color. Those "housing covenants" have left a legacy of discrimination. Kiarra Zackery and her father Ulysses Zackery join us to talk about their effort to remove the housing covenant in Ulysses Zackery's ho…
 
Actress Gabrielle Union joins us to talk about her new collection of essays "You Got Anything Stronger?" — a follow-up to her 2017 best seller "We're Going To Need More Wine." And, on Sept. 14, 2001, flights resumed for the first time in the U.S. a few days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. It marked the moment that flying as we knew it changed for…
 
Liberals pledge 10 days paid sick leave for all federally-regulated employees Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is promising to introduce 10 days of paid sick leave for all federally-regulated employees within his first 100 days in government if elected. The Liberals would also immediately convene representatives of the provinces and territories to dis…
 
Video conferencing all day is causing "Zoom dysmorphia," where people are fixated on perceived flaws they see in the image of themselves on screen, says Dr. Shadi Kourosh. Kourosh, director of community health in the Department of Dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital, joins us. And, after a master cowbell maker died a few years ago, Ulisis…
 
A recent report from the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, finds that nearly half of transgender people in the U.S have been mistreated by a health care provider. Calvin Gilbert, a nurse practitioner, shares what it's like to be both a provider and an advocate for transgender issues in medicine. And, we speak with Derek Thompson, …
 
Today we are sharing strategy on adding Shopify or ecommerce to your brick and mortar with my friend and Shopify expert Susan Bradley of The Social Sales Girls! We will talk about tips and tricks on how to build an ecommerce Shopify site and find success. Susan had her own brick-and-mortar retail business in 1990 and sold her small chain of stores …
 
6 Killed, 62 Wounded In Chicago Weekend Gun Violence At least 62 people have been shot so far this weekend in Chicago, and six of them have died. Eleven of the victims so far have been children under age 18. Southbound Bishop Ford Freeway Ramp To 130th Street Shut Down For Shooting Investigation Early Monday morning, a 16-year-old boy was shot whil…
 
Beulah Cooper and Hannah O'Rourke join us to discuss how their lives intersected on Sept. 11, 2001. Both inspired characters in the musical "Come From Away," which will be performed on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Friday. Actress Happy McPartlin, who will sing the role of Cooper at the Lincoln Memorial, also shares her thoughts on the music…
 
After the attacks on the World Trade towers and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, Lt. Gen. Marc Sasseville and his colleagues at the National Guard learned of a fourth hijacked plane — Flight 93 — still in progress. That's when they sprung into action. Sasseville joins us. And, we speak with investigative journalist Spencer Ackerman about his new boo…
 
House Dems Vote To Spend Billions On Border Security In Middle East, Not A Cent On US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her Democrat lieutenants certainly have their priorities. To them, the borders Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and Tunisia are more important than our own. Townhall report: On June 19, the House approved a massive spending bill. In an act of …
 
As the 20th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, host Robin Young looks back at that day through some of the voices we spoke with then and in the days following the difficult events. And, author and columnist Radley Balko discusses how federal grant money increased police access to military-grade equipment in the two decades since the Sept. 11, 2001, te…
 
Welles Crowther, known as "the man in the red bandana," was killed while saving people during the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The 24-year-old was a former volunteer fireman who worked as an equities trader on South Tower's 104th floor. His mother, Alison Crowther, joins us. And, Blake Farmer of WPLN in Nashville visited one hospital filled where unv…
 
Acclaimed musician Josh Ritter discusses "The Great Glorious Goddamn of It All," his new novel about a young boy coming of age among lumberjacks in turn-of-the-20th-century Idaho. And, many members of New York's Mohawk tribe helped build the NYC skyline, including the Twin Towers. They also saw the towers fall and participated in the cleanup and re…
 
We speak with André De Shields, Tony award-winning actor and star of the musical "Hadestown," about the reopening of Broadway. And, we talk to Souad Mekhennet, a Washington Post reporter who has been covering national security and terrorism in the U.S. and Europe, about how the global War on Terror that began following the 9/11 attacks shaped radic…
 
Democrats Panic and Launch Racist Attack on Larry Elder as Newsom’s Doom Draws Near Larry Elder is black. The LA Times says he’s a “white supremacist” On Friday’s episode of “Hannity,”, GOP frontrunner and California gubernatorial recall candidate Larry Elder hit back at his critics’ racist and misogynistic attacks. With polls showing “a neck-and-n…
 
Following 9/11, millions of Muslim Americans were faced with significant challenges in their lives. Now as the 20th anniversary approaches, we hear from three individuals on their experience growing up Muslim in a post-9/11 world. And, one in five teens within the U.S. reportedly struggle to afford menstrual products. Dr. Shelby Davies tells us mor…
 
The new Netflix film "Worth" tells the story of attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who administered the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. We speak with Feinberg and his office administrator Camille Biros. And, climate change in Nigeria has led to seasons of drought and excess flood, impacting agriculture and causing loss of farmland. Environmentalist Nnimmo B…
 
"American Utopia" is an unusual Broadway musical from Talking Heads frontman David Byrne, featuring new songs as well as old favorites from the rock band. We revisit host Robin Young's conversation with Byrne. And, film critic Ty Burr left his longtime job at the Boston Globe to start "Ty Burr's Watch List," a substack subscription newsletter with …
 
When people think of women on cruise ships in the early 1900s, many probably picture wealthy heiresses with hatboxes. Author Siân Evans tells the stories of the women below decks in her new book, "Maiden Voyages." And, Alphabet-owned Waymo rolled out a fleet of self-driving cars in Phoenix, Arizona, last year. But the company is colliding with the …
 
Here's two questions I get asked all the time: How big does my audience need to be to see profits in my shop? What should I be posting on social media to get the most people I can to visit my website? We don't have to have a million people following us in order to be successful. We just need the RIGHT people following us. It's all about the quality…
 
The Gavin Newsom Recall Undermines The Democratic Party’s Plans To Californicate America For much of the last decade, journalists have described “the California model” of high taxes, strong regulations, and aggressive action on climate change as the progressive template for the rest of the United States. After voters elected Donald Trump president …
 
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