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Identity. Diversity. Empathy. Awareness. Service. The IDEAS Club at the John F. Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany was born of the demand that in our time of crises, in our Age of Anxiety, when democracy is fragile, when intolerance is increasingly tolerated, we must intensify our efforts to create a safe but challenging space to discuss and celebrate diversity. IDEAS is about challenging stereotypes, grappling with our biases, and tackling tough issues.
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For history lovers who listen to podcasts, History Unplugged is the most comprehensive show of its kind. It's the only show that dedicates episodes to both interviewing experts and answering questions from its audience. First, it features a call-in show where you can ask our resident historian (Scott Rank, PhD) absolutely anything (What was it like to be a Turkish sultan with four wives and twelve concubines? If you were sent back in time, how would you kill Hitler?). Second, it features lon ...
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REALITY WITH BRUCE DE TORRES Livestreaming on Facebook.com/brucedetorres2 See schedule at brucedetorres.com Videos on Rumble Current Events, History, and the Nature of Reality Bruce de Torres is the author of GOD, SCHOOL, 9/11 AND JFK: The Lies That Are Killing Us and The Truth That Sets Us Free, marketing director for TrineDay Publishing, and host of Reality With Bruce de Torres. As an actor he had lead roles in comedies, dramas, and musicals in New York City and around the U.S. As an entre ...
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ParaReality airs the first & third Friday of each month. The host, known only as Sandman, talks to guests from all over the world as they explore paranormal & alternative topics and issues including subjects related to ghosts, spirits, hauntings, apparitions, electronic voice phenomena, the unexplained, Wicca, the esoteric, the occult, magick, dreams, UFO sightings, medicine, alternative healing, psychic abilities, conspiracy theories and more. Join long-time paranormal researcher Sandman an ...
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A group of high school friends who've kept the same group chat alive for years babble for about an hour over discord and put it out as a podcast for others to enjoy.
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The Indigenous Approach

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Welcome to The Indigenous Approach, a podcast where we examine the role of the Nation's Premier Partnership Force across the competition continuum - from cooperation to conflict, and everything in between.
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History's Mysteries

Professor Rebekah Richardson and professor Kevin Eagles with NKU students

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History's Mysteries is a podcast project for Professor Rebekah Richardson's class of the same name. Each episode highlights a separate historical mystery as told by a group of NKU undergraduates in a panel discussion.
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Fusing counterculture ideas, Earth-conscious living, and traditional Eastern philosophy and spirituality; host Chris Siracuse takes a critical look at the progressive ideology shaping mainstream industrialized society and explores alternative paths for the development of the modern world.
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One issue in global politics explained each week, so you understand what’s really going on, why it’s happening, and what’s likely to happen next. Dr. Keith Suter is Australia's leading media commentator on global affairs and geopolitics. This series gives you the global truths in straightforward and short episodes. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app
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Kennedy Library Forums are a series of public affairs programs offered by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum to foster public discussion on a diverse range of historical, political and cultural topics reflecting the legacy of President and Mrs. Kennedy's White House years. They are conducted as conversations rather than lectures.
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JFK students have long debated gender segregated sports classes. At long last, bringing student voices to the forefront, JFKS IDEAS has taken up this issue. Our discussion was inspired by an article featured in the last edition of the IDEAS Journal. This podcast was hosted, produced, edited, and engineered by Josie Riemer. Special thanks to Nurcan …
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As we study and talk about the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 and search for answers as to who, what and why. Could the answer to who was behind Kennedy’s murder be found in who benefited the most from his assassination. That’s what we’re going to look at this week.
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Tonight, you and I are going to be investigating a familiar event in US history. However, we’re not going to be looking at it in the usual way. Why would we? This is the ParaReality Podcast, and one thing we definitely don’t do is look at things in a normal way. We're going to investigate a conspiracy theory within a conspiracy theory. A mystery wr…
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Conspiracy theorists, unite! The JFK assassination has a new angle, a new line of thought -- a new piece of evidence and analysis -- and guess what: "The government's been lying and covering up> So says, the coauthor of a new book on the matter, Jerome Corsi, who has taken a look at xrays, along with his coauthor, Dr. David Mantik, and both conclud…
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Join us on a journey to honor a president whose vision transcended his time, as we reflect on John F. Kennedy's legacy in both words and deeds. You'll discover how Kennedy's impassioned inaugural speech signaled a new era for civil rights and space exploration, and how his courage in the face of Birmingham's injustices still echoes in the ongoing s…
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President Joe Biden is not doing Israel a favor by saying his administration will not support an IDF counterattack against Iran. He's not doing America, the West or the civilized world a favor, either. Rather, he's giving Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah and the evil forces of terror a hat tip to the notion that America is going to stand by and do nothing --…
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When hearts mend across oceans and decades, you know there's a story worth hearing. Today's episode is a tapestry of such stories, where we witness the remarkable journey of Vietnam War veteran Peter Matthews, who found and returned a lost diary to the family of a fallen Vietnamese soldier. Our narratives carry on with the stirring words of poets i…
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Reality with Bruce de Torres 11. James DiEugenio On Rumble and the usual podcast platforms. James DiEugenio discusses his latest book, written with four co-authors, THE JFK ASSASSINATION CHOKEHOLDS That Inescapably Prove There was a Conspiracy and… RFK’s letter to the Kremlin in 1963, paraphrasing: “We know my brother was killed by a domestic consp…
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A millennium ago, North American cities rivaled urban centers around the world in size. So, when Europeans arrived in the sixteenth century, they encountered societies they did not understand, having developed differently from their own, and whose power they often underestimated. And no civilization came to a halt when a few wandering explorers arr…
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Reality with Bruce de Torres 10. Lloyd Chapman Now on Rumble and the usual podcast platforms. Lloyd Chapman, Founder and President of the American Small Business League (ASBL.com), discusses his 35 years of suing the United States government, which is supposed to steer 23% of its budget to America’s 33 million small businesses. Instead, only 3% goe…
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War, Conflict, Victory & Defeat. These are all aspects of life that some may have to face. This was true for the various groups of the Sioux Tribes. On today's bonus episode from "Key Battles of American History" join host James Early as he discusses the multiple wars that took place between 1862-1890, collectively known as "The Sioux Wars"…
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In an obscure village in western Massachusetts, there lies what once was the most revered but now totally forgotten relic from the history of early New England—the massive, tomahawk-scarred door that came to symbolize the notorious Deerfield Massacre. This impregnable barricade—known to early Americans as “The Old Indian Door”—constructed from doub…
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As the haunting echoes of a distant war still resound within him, we're joined by a Vietnam War veteran who lays bare the visceral realities of conflict and its indelible mark on the human spirit. His voice carries the weight of history, reliving the powerful bonds formed amidst the chaos of battle, the palpable sense of loss, and the arduous path …
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In mid-nineteenth century New England, Robert Armstrong was a young man with the world at his feet. His family was wealthy and gave him the opportunity to attend the nation’s first dental school. But Armstrong threw his future away, drinking himself into oblivion. Devoured by guilt and shame, in December 1849 he sold his dental instruments, his wat…
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Reality with Bruce de Torres 9. Richard Otto Now on Rumble and the usual podcast platforms. Richard Otto discusses the rise of our national security state, the corporate oligarchy we have become, the greatness of President John F. Kennedy, and what the world lost when he was killed in a coup d’etat. He is the author of: THE PARADOX OF OUR NATIONAL …
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Reality with Bruce de Torres 8. A.W. Finnegan Now on Rumble and the usual podcast platforms. A.W. Finnegan, researcher and writer affected by Lyme disease and immune tolerance, discusses his new book is THE SLEEPER AGENT: The Rise of Lyme Disease, Chronic Illness, and the Great Imitator Antigens of Biological Warfare, available at TrineDay.com and …
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Reality with Bruce de Torres 7. Tom Siebert Now on Rumble and the usual podcast platforms. Link is in the comments. Tom Siebert is a former theology scholarship student who got a film degree, traveled throughout Europe and Africa for a year, returned to the states and created "Shark Week" for the Discovery Channel, ran the family wholesale fresh-cu…
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Fiorello LaGuardia was one of the twentieth century’s most colorful politicians―a 5’2’’ ball of energy who led New York as major during the Depression and World War Two, charming the media during press conference and fighting the dirty machine politics of the city. He was also quintessentially American: the son of Italian immigrants, who rose in so…
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What if I told you that in 1962 the US government proposed a "false flag" plan to President Kennedy that called for CIA operatives to commit acts of terrorism against American military and US civilian targets, so they could blame the acts on Cuba and justify a war against Cuba. This operation was called OPERATION NORTHWOODS and President Kennedy re…
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As we navigate the tapestry of human valor and the complexities of technological progress, our latest episode ushers you through the extremes of honor and innovation. Heroism takes center stage as we reveal the extraordinary courage of Sergeant Clint Romesha, who, during his third deployment in the rugged terrains of Afghanistan, earned the Medal o…
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Israelis fight for normalization, post-October 7 Imagine laying in bed and hearing rockets streak overhead and not thinking that it's the rockets themselves that are odd, but rather that there are so, so, so many rockets -- so many more than usual -- that's the oddity. That's how October 7 started for Michal Uziyahu and her family in Ein Habesor, a…
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The Allied Intervention into the Russian Civil War remains one of the most ambitious yet least talked about military ventures of the 20th century. Coinciding with the end of the first World War, some 180,000 troops from several countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Japan, Italy, Greece, Poland, and Romania, among others…
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Laura Aboli, public speaker, writer and entrepreneur, discusses how the lies and harms inflicted by authority in the name of the pandemic inspired her to create the United Democratic International Movement for Awareness and Freedom (udimaf.org), to start posting on Telegram (t.me/s/LauraAbolichannel) and twitter.com/LauraAboli_X, and to start blogg…
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Three miles from Gaza, a Jewish community fights to heal Ein Habesor is located about three miles from Gaza, and produces about 60 percent of all of Israel’s produce. Though the terrorists never breached the gate, and nobody from Ein Habesor was killed, adjacent communities weren’t so lucky. For hours, terrorists from Gaza drove the nearby roads — …
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At the turn of the nineteenth century, two waves of revolutions swept the Atlantic world, disrupting the social order and ushering in a new democratic-republican experiment whose effects rippled across continents and centuries. The first wave of revolutions in the late 1700s (which included the much-celebrated American and French Revolutions and th…
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Cheri Seymour is a former investigative journalist and licensed private detective who wrote THE LAST CIRCLE: Danny Casolaro's Investigation into The Octopus and the PROMIS Software Scandal, about Casolaro's mysterious death and the crimes and corruption that connected the Mafia, the Cali drug cartel, and the U.S. Department of Justice. It’s also th…
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William Matson Law is the author of: IN THE EYE OF HISTORY: Disclosures in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence, AT THE COLD SHOULDER OF HISTORY, written with James Jenkins, a young navy corpsman present at President Kennedy’s autopsy, BETRAYAL: A JFK Honor Guard Speaks, written with the late Hugh Clark, and 2023’s PIPE THE BIMBO IN RED: Dean And…
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While it's no surprise that Lee Harvey Oswald's fingerprints were found on the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository on November 22, 1963. He worked in that building and primarily worked on the 6th floor daily stacking boxes of books. So, his fingerprints should have been there. But guess whose fingerprint was also found on the 6th floor th…
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Hear the echo of history as we sit down with a courageous American nurse whose service in the Vietnam War's combat hospitals marked a crucible of compassion and resilience. She unfolds her story, from the daunting arrival in a country ravaged by conflict to the relentless pace of surgical intensive care, where the line between life and death wavere…
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Commander John Lamade started the war in 1941 a nervous pilot of an antiquated biplane. Just over three years later he was in the cockpit of a cutting-edge Hellcat about to lead a strike force of 80 aircraft through the turbulent skies above the South China Sea. His target: Hong Kong. As a storm of antiaircraft fire darkened the sky, watching from …
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Michael McCarron is the author of a brand-new book, BATTLESPACE OF MIND: AI and Cybernetics in Information Warfare. He is a software engineer, data scientist, and former signals intelligence technologist with the US Navy. He works with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, and he is a researcher in Islamic Philosophy whose papers have been …
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"We discuss VAERS, federal public health policy, and sovereignty." Warner Mendenhall is a lawyer who has been politically active his whole life. His mission-oriented practice holds local and state governments and corporations accountable by helping ordinary people stand up to government abuses, corporate fraud, and bank malfeasance. No opponent is …
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“The issue is really the vaccines. [Per a population-based survey by Rasmussen and colleagues,] 53% of Americans believe the Covid vaccines are causing serious adverse events leading to large numbers of deaths.” -Dr. Peter McCullough on Reality with Bruce de Torres Dr. Peter McCullough, internist, cardiologist, and epidemiologist is Chief Scientifi…
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On January 30, 1918, a young man “with the appearance of a well-educated, debonair foreigner” arrived at the U.S. customs station in Nogales, Arizona, located on the border with Mexico. After politely informing the customs inspector that he had come to complete his draft registration questionnaire and meet a friend in San Francisco, he was approved…
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Why have Black History Month? How should it be celebrated? How can Black History best be celebrated while not overlooking the travesties endured by systemic oppression? We recorded one of our weekly IDEAS meetings to explore these questions and more. This podcast was hosted by our fearless Director, Merlina Vogel and edited and produced by the inim…
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Abortion and the lies of the left The left loves to twist definitions and words to work for their leftist designs, and nowhere else, perhaps, is that twisting and turning more noticeable than in the arena of abortion. That's where leftists tell women that to abort their babies is a human right; that to abort their babies is freeing; and that to abo…
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The last months of World War II on the Eastern Front saw a ferocious fight between two very different air forces. Soviet Air Force (VVS) Commander-in-Chief Alexander Novikov assembled 7,500 aircraft in three powerful air armies to support the final assault on Berlin. The Luftwaffe employed some of its most advanced weapons including the Me 262 jet …
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A series of unexplained deaths in Chicago in 1982 starts a nationwide manhunt. The victims are connected by one frightening detail: It looks like all these people took Tylenol and died the same day. Almost every home and hospital in America had Tylenol in them somewhere. But what if these people weren’t killed at random? Can the elusive killer fina…
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Have you ever wondered if there was a group to reach North America before Christopher Columbus? Find out more in today's bonus episode from another Parthenon podcast "History of North America." Join host Mark Vinet as he discusses the search for the first non-indigenous explorers to reach the North American continent prior to Christopher Columbus’ …
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Joe Biden wants to say America's in great shape -- that thanks to him and his White House policies, this nation couldn't be doing any better, particularly economically. We know that's bunk. If you want to look at how the nation's doing, take a peek behind the curtains of January 6. Radio host Ed Martin says the justice system is a two-tiered mess, …
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