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The Mises Institute, founded in 1982, is an educational institution devoted to advancing Austrian economics, freedom, and peace in the classical-liberal tradition. Our website offers many thousands of free books and thousands of hours of audio and video, along with the full run of rare journals, biographies, and bibliographies of great economists.
 
Tips for beginning and experienced gardeners. New episodes arrive every Friday. Fred Hoffman has been a U.C. Certified Master Gardener since 1982 and writes a weekly garden column for the Lodi News-Sentinel in Lodi, CA. A four-decade fixture in Sacramento radio, he hosted three radio shows for Northern California gardeners and farmers: The KFBK Garden Show, Get Growing with Farmer Fred, and the KSTE Farm Hour. Episode Website: https://gardenbasics.net
 
From building repairs and maintenance, energy upgrades, insurance, lobby redesigns, accounting and financing - the challenges facing co-op and condominium board directors are endless. In this series, Habitat Magazine editors interview New York City experts to learn how problems have been solved at their client co-op and condo buildings. We take a deep dive into the issues being confronted, the possibilities for solutions, the costs, the challenges, and the outcomes. Habitat Magazine, founded ...
 
Tennessee Roads is a podcast that showcases the rich history, and exciting future of the towns and communities that make up the Foothills of The Great Smokey Mountains here in East Tennessee. We will discuss some of the most famous locations located in the foothills and even tiptoe around the more notorious parts of East Tennessee.
 
Each week we bring you the best stories from around the Wabash community. From professors and alumni, to coaches, administrators, and current students, the podcast format allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussion about the issues surrounding Wabash College. Verging on inspirational, it’s our job to find, and sometimes uncover, the amazing stories that surface from individuals whose lives have been positively enriched from being at Wabash.
 
Daniel, Tash, and Tobias co-host Starting from Scratch, a podcast with Ferds (film-nerds) analyzing and joking around about cult, satirical, or seriously blockbuster status films to let you know if it's worth your while or deserves to made from scratch! As filmmakers and FERDS we shouldn't do that, but sometimes it's our God-given right to have a silly time.@Ferd.Nation@MoriartyTobias@Catharsis.on.Canvas@Flannel_on_Flannel
 
As we look out into the world around us, we see misery growing to an unbearable degree. We see suffering of all kinds through the man-made sin-caused disease epidemics and pandemics. We see nothing but death and destruction caused by wars that the world’s leaders say will bring peace. We see the use of weapons that are so devastating that they will soon cause the light of the sun and moon to be darkened and all hope of life to be gone. In the midst of all this misery, death and destruction, ...
 
Ed Frawley has owned and trained dogs for over 45 years. He has bred over 350 litters of working bloodline German Shepherds in the last 30 years. He has been a police K9 handler for 10 years and was chairman of the training committee for the Wisconsin Police K9 Assoc. for several years. He has competed in AKC obedience training, Schutzhund, and at one time was a herding Judge for the AKC. In 1982 Ed started to produce dog training videos and since that time he has produced over 120 dog train ...
 
Over the course of 365 days a year, something in the world of sports always makes us stop and take notice. This new member of the Sports History Network highlights the accomplishments, memories and anniversaries of some of the greatest moments in sports history and delves into some of the hidden stories behind them. Hosted by former sportswriter and broadcaster Dana Auguster, this weekly podcast describes these sports moments like no other. Each week the show will be your tour guide as we st ...
 
Welcome to Think Like a Lady! A podcast that enlightens tough issues about a woman’s place in a dominantly man’s world. Our discussions intend to stimulate thought provoking perspectives that are rarely the narrative in mainstream think tanks. From how the age of severe economic inequality has undermined women in the workforce to navigating the intricacies of the early suffragette movements who denied women’s rights to women of color.Let’s face it. Women are awesome. We’re not here to talk a ...
 
I will be 70 years old in April 2021. In 1971 at the age of 20, I left Sri Lanka on a scholarship to pursue higher studies in Germany. In 1982, after my PhD, I became a lecturer at the faculty of Mineralogy at the University of Berlin. In 1991, my wife, two children and I migrated to Perth, Australia. From 1992-1995 I was time to time engaged by United Nations and Commonwealth Secretariat as an Advisor on precious minerals and worked in Ghana, West Africa. Since 1976 I have been very intrigu ...
 
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Today’s story comes from the late, great Gianluca Vialli, who reminisces about underdogs Sampdoria’s epic Serie A triumph in 1991, and losing out to Johan Cruyff’s Barcelona in two European finals. Subscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channel Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Hola Welcome to part two of the January Q and A - we talk Sevilla and Monchi, La Liga's relegation battle, Pep's changing relationship with the media and a tribute to our late La Liga TV colleague Simon Hanley. Enjoy G Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Entrepreneurship is by no means exclusively American. But this country has led the way in unleashing, encouraging and elevating entrepreneurship as the creative and virtuous pathway to the creation of new value for all. As a republic, we’ve established the institutional framework in which entrepreneurship can flourish, and entrepreneurs who are suc…
 
After a long and entertaining NFL season and post season, the two teams left standing after it was all said and done are the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. Both will battle for the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LVII in Glendale Arizona on Feb. 12. In this episode host Dana Auguster will highlight the games that propelled both teams…
 
A stunning anthology licensed in partnership with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center,We Are Herecelebrates 30of the most inspiring Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in U.S. history. With over 23 million people of Asian and Pacific Islander descent living in the United States, their stories span across generations, as well as across t…
 
Why are La Liga clubs desperate for the transfer window to close? Is the sale of Casemiro to Manchester United the reason Madrid are falling off the pace? Can Barcelona 1-0 their way to the title? What next for Spain's generation of progressive young coaches? All these questions and more answered by Graham and Pete in the first part of our monthly …
 
Here’s another Bitesize from the astute Gary Neville. Gary explains his approach to television analysis – don’t treat the viewer as an idiot by stating the obvious. Instead, try to view a match in terms of overall patterns and then break it down by focusing on certain passages of play. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Professor Per Bylund of Oklahoma State University, author of How to Think About the Economy joins Jeff and Bob to dissect how economics went so badly wrong. A discipline rooted in theory, axioms, and deduction has devolved into statistics, models, and hard science envy. Is the economics profession doing any good, or active harm?Per's new book How t…
 
Snowstorms! Daniel and Josh are the only ones at Film Addicts Anonymous AGAIN! But, that's okay because we decided to finish off the Basket Case series with Basket Case 3: The Progeny. We dive into this Troama Production to find out about more horror film history and what makes a film worthy of this production company. DSS Productions @flannelonfla…
 
Welcome to Part 3 of our four part series, the 2022 greatest hits of Garden Basics with Farmer Fred. The four parts include the top 10 most listened-to segments last year. Today it’s a Debbie Flower extravaganza. Our favorite retired college horticulture professor discusses how to reuse old potting soil, tips for reducing water use in the yard, and…
 
Today’s story comes from Gary Neville, who is irked by the way the term ‘genius’ is bandied around in football parlance. But seeing Messi playing in the Camp Nou against Manchester City in 2015 left him genuinely speechless. This episode of The Big Interview is brought to you by Innocent Driver. Their panel of expert injury solicitors can get you t…
 
One of the most helpful insights of Austrian economics for business is the understanding of uncertainty. To complete a sale to a customer is to take that customer on a journey from high uncertainty to lower uncertainty — sufficiently low that they’ll make a purchase and enter into the experience of ownership or receiving service. We illustrate this…
 
The Federal Reserve has created a huge boom full of bubbles. But after the boom must eventually come a bust. Ryan and Tho talk to Mises Institute Senior Fellow Mark Thornton about what to expect from the next recession and how we got ourselves into our current inflationary mess. Recommended Reading"Eliminating Economic Crises" by Mark Thornton: htt…
 
The similar challenges facing America and Brazil, including concerns about the state of their democracies, is worthy of exploration, as is the global response to the protest and what that response means for those opposed to the current “neoliberal” international order.Narrated by Millian Quinteros.By Mises Institute
 
Among the many financing decisions facing co-op and condo boards, refinancing the property's underlying mortgage — which is typically done to pay for capital repairs — is one of the most challenging, and complicated. In this episode, Harley Seligman, senior vice president at the National Cooperative Bank, sheds light on the biggest misstep boards m…
 
Ryan McMaken and Zachary Yost discuss new estimates of just how costly a US-China war over Taiwan would be. Things are made even worse by the fact the US is already shopping most of its weapon stockpiles to Ukraine. The US government simply refuses to acknowledge that scarcity exists.Additional Resources"The First Battle of the Next War: Wargaming …
 
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