Best U.s. Historical Documents podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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The Articles of Confederation: On November 15th, 1777 The Articles of Confederation became the first constitution of the United States, though not yet ratified by the thirteen original colonies. Ratification of the Articles took place almost three and a half years later on March 1st, 1781. The purpose of the articles was to create a confederation of sovereign states with a weak central government; thus allowing state governments to wield most of the power. It wasn’t long before the need for ...
 
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Larry Snow with the Secure Transportation and Executive Protection News for Friday, May 18th, 2018. In Vehicle News From Consumer Reports.Com Who Owns the Data Your Car Collects? Some information gathered can improve driving performance and safety, but it could also result in an invasion of your privacy The questions of who owns the data and wh ...…
 
This week on Middle Theory, as “Rudolph” Giuliani takes the place as President Donald Trump’s new attorney, new questions arise in the continuing Robert Muller probe… will it ever end? As we kick things off, we begin by looking at the Empire’s response to the celebratory “May Fourth” holiday, which is popularly associated with Star Wars. Are we ...…
 
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met Friday in a historic summit, agreeing to work toward a "common goal" of denuclearization. The summit produced the spectacle of two men from nations with a deep and bitter history of acrimony grinning from ear to ear after Kim walked over the border to greet Moon, becomin ...…
 
The real James Bond is finally revealed: A few years ago Larry Loftis decided to stop publishing legal articles and work full-time on researching and writing the story of Dusko Popov, the daring World War II double agent who worked tirelessly to keep the Nazis off guard about the upcoming D-Day invasions. That work became his book Into the Lion ...…
 
I took a pretty hard line on government indoctrination centers recently, and I caught a lot of flak for it. What did I say, why did I say it, and do I still stand behind it? What's in the News with stories on school suspension for going to the gun range after school, a court decides to remove gun rights from marijuana card holders, Tennessee wa ...…
 
Chains are interesting. As a metaphor, they can communicate many things. The strength of interconnectedness. The protection of that which is valuable. More often than not, they seem to have the negative connotation of bondage. Chains restrain and keep us from going where we want to go or at the very least leaving where we presently reside. In P ...…
 
EP116 - Industry News, Geek Week SuperBowl News Ad Coverage Amazon won the Superbowl Nike Launched a new sneaker direct to consumer. Nike’s SNKRS site for new releases (who’s name I couldn’t remember during the recording, sorry Kevin). Amazon News SpaceX successfully launched it’s first Falcon heavy rocket, and recovered two of the boosters. Th ...…
 
While there haven't been many Secret Service related books about U.S. presidents, the ones still in print (and even those long out of print) are often sanitized memoirs of a politically correct nature or "tell-all" tabloid historical junk meant merely for entertainment purposes. The Not-So-Secret Service provides the facts with the bark off, so ...…
 
Becoming Ms. Burton (New Press) Becoming Ms. Burton is one woman's remarkable odyssey from tragedy to prison to recovery--and recognition as a leading figure in the national justice reform movement Susan Burton's world changed in an instant when her five-year-old son was killed by a van driving down their street. Consumed by grief and without a ...…
 
Becoming Ms. Burton (New Press) Becoming Ms. Burton is one woman's remarkable odyssey from tragedy to prison to recovery--and recognition as a leading figure in the national justice reform movement Susan Burton's world changed in an instant when her five-year-old son was killed by a van driving down their street. Consumed by grief and without a ...…
 
After Japan invaded the Philippines in 1941 two American servicemen hatched a desperate plan to sail 3,000 miles to Allied Australia in a 20-foot wooden fishing boat. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll join Rocky Gause and William Osborne as they struggle to avoid the Japanese and reach safety. We'll also tell time in C ...…
 
On this episode, Jesse & Matt discuss the third most important element of The Golden Square which is so simple and obvious, that it’s remarkable this idea is even contested as a human right in the Yankee-lands of Ol’ Red, White and Blue: the absolute right to healthcare for every human being on Earth. Matthew will provide a surprising prologue ...…
 
The Seventeenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was not ratified by enough states. Show covers the facts, historical documents and Devvy's lawsuit in Texas. A very important and hot topic never discussed in the media.
 
In this week’s show, episode 140, we get lost in Japan taking a sexy quiz about murdering Satan, but all the results told us is that Klingons have celiacs and the Earth ISN'T FUCKING FLAT! Now, grab a beer and help us test the god hypothesis — because, while Lakshmi (Hindu goddess of health and prosperity) hasn’t struck us down yet, we are tryi ...…
 
Gentrification. Housing Bubbles. Developers & Their “Pay 2 Play” Campaign Donations (Bribes) to City Council Members. And then there’s the needless cruelty of permanent homelessness. On this episode, Jesse & Matt ratchet-up their manifesto on their Mixtape for the Future by talking about the second-most important cornerstone of The Golden Squar ...…
 
In this podcast episode, we feature President Jimmy Carter and his “Energy and the National Goals” speech. It is often called the “Crisis of Confidence” speech. A major priority of President Carter was the U.S. policy of energy consumption. The nation was suffering from rising oil costs due to OPEC which resulted in gas rationing, long gas line ...…
 
Last week I spoke with Lyndsay Kearns about a canister of bear spray that exploded in her car. It was a horrible situation and the damage to her car was significant. If you'd like to hear her interview, check out www.mountainnaturepodcast.com/ep033. During the podcast I mentioned bear spray safety containers sold by Kodiak Wildlife Products. I' ...…
 
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