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The Bible Says What!? is a podcast and YouTube channel that features the atheist host’s one-on-one conversations with Bible-believing podcasters, authors, pastors, and religious leaders from across the globe.
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Rural Matters

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Rural Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast about rural education, business, and health. The podcast’s mission is to increase awareness, inform discussion, and expand the dialogue on the most important issues facing rural stakeholders every day. Guests on the podcast include rural education decision-makers, rural business owners and entrepreneurs, and rural health care representatives. The National Rural Education Association and the Center for Rural Affairs are marketing partners.
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You could spend ten years working the halls of the California Capitol to learn these lessons. Or you could listen to this podcast. High-value conversations with advocacy leaders and lawmakers who share their insight and tactical advice on what it takes for legislative and political campaigns to succeed. Hosted by Kristina Bas Hamilton, founder of KBH Advocacy. Learn more at www.kbhadvocacy.com. Subscribe for more free content - https://www.kbhadvocacy.com/subscribe © 2021 – 2022 KBH Advocacy ...
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We are the seemingly mad ones. We are the sane within a sea of whitewashed minds. We can live, we can laugh, we can fight, and most importantly, we can be free. Join Cam and Jessica each week as we talk to friends, thought leaders, explore and revel in the absurdity of the world around us, and plant seeds of hope for the future.
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Well & Good is a meeting place where listeners can pick the brains of some of the world’s leading health and wellbeing authorities. Hosted by wellbeing advocate Art Green, we talk with a broad range of experts to learn wellness techniques in all different aspects of this fast-developing space. Exceptional guests break down scientific breakthroughs, lived experience and the latest research into relatable, actionable tips, arming listeners with the tools and knowledge to reach their health pot ...
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AlishaDas.com - Live Your Love, Heal, Learn, Transform with Alisha Das Show and Influencer Guests. Awaken more to your divine nature so you live a happier, richer, more love-filled life as Alisha connects you to transformational leaders, artists and best-selling authors such as Marianne Williamson (A Return to Love), Dr John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus), Marci Shimoff (6 Chicken Soup for the Women’s Soul books and Happy for No Reason), Alison Armstrong (The Queen’s Code), K ...
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REX

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This is the REX Podcast feed - your one-stop-shop for all things Rural. REX is the best of rural radio hosted by Dominic George. Dedicated to the backbone of NZ, join us as we discuss rural challenges and issues, find stories that inspire and empower, and celebrate key players in the sector across Aotearoa. For more rural news and updates, head to www.rexonline.co.nz.
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Michell Sands from HortNZ about the review into the complex approval processes for ag and hort products from the new Ministry for Regulation... REX Producer Jo Grigg is out in the field and catches up with Paul Hickman from Taimate Angus straight after his successful bull sale... Dom spoke with ACT Leader David Se…
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Welcome to the Monday Edition of the Business News Headlines! We kick things off today with a big story from the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS is about to crack down on what they call a "shell game" used by wealthy individuals and businesses to avoid paying taxes. The crack down will result in raising $50 billion over the next ten years. That s…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with DINZ Industry Capability Manager John Ladley about the deer sector and integrated farm planning... He talks with WeatherWatch CEO Phil Duncan about what's in store for the next week... He talks with Wonky Box co-founder Angus Simms about the origin of the company and its new fruit-only box... And he talks with Ben…
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On today's episode, I talk with Christian author Philip Blackett. We discuss social media, looking after the garden, and daycare. Today's special guest can be found here: https://www.philipblackett.com/ As always, thank you for listening, sharing, and supporting the show. If you like what you hear and want to help keep the recording light on, visit…
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We kick things off today with a report that might shed some light on the increasing number of individuals in the U.S. who find themselves homeless. We start in Atlanta and wind up in Los Angeles. It could very well be the next answer to folks living on the street or in shelters. Also a tease about what you'll be hearing this Sunday at Noon Central …
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In this episode, Julia has a good chat with herself, discussing managing risk and director obligations, drawing insights from recent events in New Zealand's cooperative sector. Julia also shares experiences from Field Days 2024 and provides a preview of upcoming engagements in Western Australia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On today's podcast, Dom once again presents interviews from Fieldays 2024 at Mystery Creek; he talks with NZ Olympian Sam Dakin on the eve of the Paris Games about making the track cycling sprint team, the history of the keirin event and his business endeavors... He talks with DairyNZ CE Campbell Parker about the state of the dairy industry and its…
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The Supreme Court has weighed in on labor disputes and sided with Starbucks over the National Labor Relations Board. We kick things off with that story. Welcome to the Thursday Edition of the Business News Headlines, we're glad you're with us again today. A quick reminder, if you want to reach out to us on Social Media you can hook up with us all d…
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On today’s podcast, Dom is once again at Fieldays at Mystery Creek; he talks with Fencing commentator Craig Wiggins about this year’s competition and the Fieldays ‘vibe’ for 2024… He talks with Hayden Dillon from Findex about the inquiry into rural banking, the state of the economy and his latest podcast recommendation… He catches up with the forme…
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Never mind that inflation is on the way down the Central Bank isn't moving forward with rate cuts and signaled that there may be only one cut...this year. That story kicks us off today and you don't want to miss the conversation I had with Dr. Rachelle Keck who, by chance, I met a few weeks ago by offering a complement. Turns out she is the preside…
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Recently at our recording booth during the Central Iowa Business Conference hosted by the Urbandale, Iowa Chamber a woman was walking toward us and I commented, "Nice shoes!". She stopped, came over to the microphones to say, thank you. Turns out she is the president of Grand View University. I asked her if we might record a conversation and, so, w…
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On today’s podcast, Dom is live at Fieldays 2024 at Mystery Creek; he talks with Power Farming CEO Tom Ruddenklau about tractor sales, the relevance of Fieldays and the geography of NZ… He talks with Stoney Creek CEO Brent McConnell about its new 100% NZ wool range of apparel, the history of the business and its place within rural New Zealand… He t…
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This will be a big week for several reasons. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is due out tomorrow morning and the Fed will be concluding its two day meeting. Should the CPI come in at what is expected might the Fed hint at a rate cut sooner than later? Stay tuned! Thanks for being with us and if you want to reach out to us on Social Media you can hoo…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Tony Thompson from Glen Anthony Simmentals about his upcoming sale, 50 years in the breeding business and his thoughts on the future of the industry... He talks with Organics Aotearoa NZ Chair Chris Morrison about new funding for a self-funded sector body and the current state of the organics industry... He talks …
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Hello Monday and welcome to the business news headlines for this the 10th day of June. Grateful you're with us. Lots of the news today centered on inflation, the Central Bank and rate cuts. Also, make sure you click through and listen to the conversation we had with Cy Hilty the creator of Call Notes. It can be a game changer when it comes to recor…
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It's time to ditch that yellow pad and step up to Call Notes. His name is Cy Hilty and for years he has dabbled in computer software…as a hobby. But now he has created a system that helps businesses keep and track phone calls…from a request to a completed transaction. We all know that many of our members still rely on doing this "the old way" howev…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Scottish correspondent Duncan Macalister about poor weather, the state of European politics and the burgeoning whisky industry... He talks with Federated Farmers Meat & Wool Chair Toby Williams about his boycott of wool auctions and the possibility of a farmer-led wool collective... He talks with the Chair of the …
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On today's episode, I talk with Christian Logan Hufford. We discuss cheating, porn addiction, and calling people out on their crap. Today's special guest can be found here: https://www.prodigalsofalaska.com As always, thank you for listening, sharing, and supporting the show. If you like what you hear and want to help keep the recording light on, v…
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Welcome to Friday and a reminder that we're back on the air this Sunday, Noon Central, and only on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. And yes, we do stream. In the business news today: It was a stunning jobs report and what that might mean...that's what we kick things off with. Oh, thanks for being with us today and if you want to reach out to us on Social Media…
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In this podcast episode, Craig Piggott, founder and CEO of Halter, shares his transformation from aspiring vet to ag-tech innovator, detailing his journey from working at Rocket Lab to creating a pioneering cow collar technology that enhances farm efficiency. The discussion covers the focus and grit needed for startup life, the strategic selection …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Andrew Powdrell from Turiroa Angus Stud about its upcoming sale and his family's 80 years in the breeding game... He talks with United Fresh President Jerry Prendergast about its latest Trend Report, including five food predictions for 2024 and beyond... He talks with Fife Lane Executive Chef Robbie Webber about w…
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One more reminder: Today is the 80th Anniversary of D-Day the invasion which helped to remove the jackboot of the Nazi's from the neck of Europe. Today Normandy was the scene of some profound memorials. Meanwhile here in the business news headlines for the 6th Day of June we'll kick things off with a story about central banks and interest rates. Th…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Julia Jones from the Real Optimism podcast about her recent participation in a Roundtable discussion about the future of agricultural journalism in NZ... He talks with Carter's Brand Ambassador Richard Loe about wool insulation, Super rugby and the fate of the Canterbury A&P Show... And he catches up with REX soci…
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Today is the day before the 80th Anniversary of D-Day. President Biden is in France to deliver remarks on this historic event. Not many members of the military are still with us however, you can do your part in simply remembering this massive effort that led to the salvation of Europe. Had this not been successful we may have been living in a very …
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A year ago I sat down with Ashley Ezzio and Michael Burger the staffers who work for UpLift Iowa which is a guaranteed income program offering $500 a month, no strings attached, to program participants. At that time we simply wanted to know what the program was all about. Now, a year later, we learn what impact that $500 each month has meant for pr…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Stu Davison from HighGround Dairy about the latest Global Dairy Trade Event (+1.7%)... He talks with Murray King about becoming a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to the dairy industry... He chats with Robert Peacock from Orari Gorge Hereford about its Annual Bull Sale... And he talks with Api…
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It's Election Day here in Iowa and, yes, I did vote. We kick things off today with a report about open jobs in the U.S. The headline most outlets had was that "Job Openings Drop to the Lowest Level Since 2021". Sounds bad...right? But, when you look inside the numbers it's pretty good news but, as you know, good news doesn't sell or get clicks. Fin…
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Recently I took a trip down a gravel road in tiny Colfax, Iowa to visit with Jeff Bucklin of Colfax Tractor Parts. They own 100 acres full of nearly every type of used agriculture equipment out there. The founder of the business, Bennie Bucklin (79) still puts in a full week of work helping identify where various tractors, combines, planters, skid …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Wilson Matthewson from Glenrae Hops in Nelson about the hop industry, how he got into it and the changing nature of alcohol consumption in NZ... He talks with Andrew Pitman from FAR about the maize season, new research projects and the implications for NZ from Europe's Green Deal... He talks to NZ National Fielday…
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Welcome to a brand new month! We kick things off today with a deep dive into how mixed up folks are when it comes to the national economy. It's a report by Axios that we found stunning due to a major disconnect which is? Their personal economic picture (very good) vs. the national economic picture (very bad). But, is it? Also, for the interview you…
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Last month we attended the Central Iowa Business Conference (with several hundred business professionals) which was put on by the Urbandale Chamber of Commerce. We set up a recording booth and visit with a wide range of individuals about...business. Here you'll meet Rob Taylor who is a Certified EOS Implementer and, yes, that was one of the first q…
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In this 90 minute gathering, we look at how to common myths that block us from connecting to these monolithic high beings and how to transcend them. Then we understand and hone subtle spiritual sensing so we can access the rare Great archangels (there are an almost infinite number of angels and only 150 Great Archangels.) We learn how to spirituall…
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Join us for the latest Out to Lunch segment this time with Jeff Stein the News and Program Director for News/Talk 1540 KXEL and Ken Chester from the nationally syndicated program Tech Mobility. To be sure I've known these two guys for some time and whenever we get together it's a hoot. However, usually it's just the three of us. Now you get to join…
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On today's episode, I talk with author and podcaster Kristen Reed Belveal. We discuss knowing through pain, showing off, and desires. Today's special guest can be found here: kristenreedauthor.com As always, thank you for listening, sharing, and supporting the show. If you like what you hear and want to help keep the recording light on, visit https…
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