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Prepare for the USCIS Citizenship Interview. Includes practice interviews based on the USCIS N-400, recordings of the USCIS 100 History & Politics Questions, and basic tips for interviewees. This podcast is appropriate for ESL students and Citizenship students. For more info, go to uscitizenship.com. This podcast may be used for educational and private practice only, and cannot be used for any commercial purposes.
 
Tired of a news media that operates in 3.5-minute segments not providing any context or background information on a political issue or story? Tired of a news media that focuses on gossip rather than issues that impact our everyday lives? Tired of a biased news media that looks down on ordinary Americans and operates within their own bubble? The P.A.S. Report differentiates itself by bringing a fresh educational perspective to the national conversation. Providing analysis on current issues, w ...
 
The Thomas Jefferson Hour features conversations with Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, as portrayed by the award-winning humanities scholar and author, Clay Jenkinson. The weekly discussion features Mr. Jefferson’s views on events of his time, contemporary issues facing America and answers to questions submitted by his many listeners. To ask President Jefferson a question, visit our website at jeffersonhour.com
 
If our country was founded today, rather than 250 years ago, how would it be different? Would 12-year olds be allowed to vote? Would we have a president? "America From Scratch" is a new series exploring this big thought experiment. Each podcast episode tackles a provocative question like these and brings together smart people to hash it out. Check out our companion YouTube series at www.youtube.com/americafromscratch. Produced by Rewire.org at Twin Cities PBS in collaboration with PBS Digita ...
 
We are in a period of tremendous global change. Our public institutions are struggling with challenges like climate change, cyber-attacks, terrorism, and pandemics. Resilient World features insight and analysis about how to meet these challenges from thought leaders in fields as diverse as national security, science fiction and public health. It highlights innovative ideas about how to prepare for, manage through and bounce back from adversity – in other words, how to be resilient.
 
Hi Friends! Hello Explorers! We are excited to have you join our podcast community. Come along as we explore the city between the city and catch glimpses of New York’s lost, forgotten and unexpected history. The City Between Podcast puts New York City and its history in your hands. Instead of another boring recitation of facts and dates, these exciting “steps” through New York’s streets brings the city’s history to life through storytelling and a close look at its often hidden features. Alon ...
 
Canna Machine is a show about the CBD and Canna industry. Your host Gary Cannaday talks to brands, retailers, activists and educators. Guests cover topics like CBD, UK law, cannabis, compliance and product launches. Also learn about groups and campaigns seeking to bring about change in legislation. So if you’re a CBD user, entrepreneur, canna curious or blazing your own trail, hopefully there’s going to be something interesting for you here.
 
AJ Marks and Megan Sola-Guinto are two American musicians living in England and host a biweekly podcast with a variety of local and international guests to discuss the cultural and linguistic differences between the U.S. and the U.K. From explaining slang to debunking various misconceptions, Americans and Britons alike can tune in to hear fresh perspectives on what the other countries are like. Email your questions, corrections and stereotypes to AIAhosts@gmail.com and follow AJ and Megan on ...
 
This is a podcast about people. A collection of stories from across the globe. Let's face it, we are all pretty dang busy these days. With a limited budget, and even more scarce vacation days, it can be hard to look beyond your day to day life. We keep hearing the benefits of travel such as the sparks of creativity, the understanding of people and cultures, and the digging into yourself to see whats inside. Although I can't provide everything travel has to offer through the convenience of yo ...
 
P.S. You’re Interesting is a series of conversations on political science research hosted by Jeffery A. Jenkins. Formerly, “Our American Discourse,” we continue the series to pick up the tradition Anthony W. Orlando began. We hope to keep conversations … discourse alive. To keep thinking about the research we do in the academy, why it matters to us, and hopefully to you. Sponsored by the USC Bedrosian Center http://bedrosian.usc.edu/ Recorded at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy http ...
 
All over the world, liberal democracy is getting turned upside-down. Autocratic leaders are using populist appeals, the partisan media, and the power of their offices to short-circuit deliberation and consensus. They are flouting the rule of law, unleashing the police and the military on their own people, suppressing dissent, and adopting openly hostile strategies to suppress voting rights and hinder fair elections. Racism, nativism and new technologies are combining to polarize citizens and ...
 
Hannah White and Michael Burke are explorers from Southern New Hampshire. They interview Business Owners, Explorers, intellectuals and outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. Join them as they bring you some wild stories and some of the latest insight on the outdoor community. Summit Fever is a vibe, one we hope you catch!
 
World News from a US/UN Perspective. Meet the movers and shakers of the U.N. community. We interview authors, filmmakers, diplomats, messengers of peace, heads of state and special operatives of all member governments. Topics include: security, world health, famine, disaster relief, migration, military conflicts, drug intervention, sex trafficking, human rights and all other cultural and societal issues.
 
What Comes Now: soul snacks for the insatiably curious. Show creator Rosie von Lila discusses books with authors and friends, and in the LIVE event series interviews extraordinary leaders (all of whom are people of color) on stage. We discuss anything that brings people together or pulls us apart: politics, religion, art, mental health, money, race, history, futurism, the present.
 
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Note: There were mono/stereo issues with the original episode. This is the same content with improved audio. Guest: Aaron Maté. We talk about OPCW whistleblowers, Jose Bustani and Aaron’s testimony at the UN. We also discuss recent developments in the Russiagate conspiracy and pay tribute to the great Stephen Cohen, prominent scholar, professor and…
 
Guest: Aaron Maté. We talk about OPCW whistleblowers, Jose Bustani and Aaron’s testimony at the UN. We also discuss recent developments in the Russiagate conspiracy and pay tribute to the great Stephen Cohen, prominent scholar, professor and author. There is a bonus segment for patrons about who was behind the pressuring of OPCW and for what purpos…
 
Britta joins Gary and Suzi in Zurich, hometown of Kürzi Kakao, to discuss her journey from the USA to Switzerland, and how she got into the competitive but exciting world of Kakao production and her desire to make a sustainable chocolate that is also vegan. As someone who has tasted this delicious choccy, Suzi can assure you it's AWESOME! And Britt…
 
Sick and tired of the corruption, Professor Giordano is fired up and calls out the news media, the Democrats, and big tech for their all-out assault on our God-given liberties. Many are trying to silence any dissent as they go all in for Joe Biden in the 2020 election. As we learn more about the corruption of the swamp and ask who is the ‘Big Guy,’…
 
Thomas Jefferson practiced law from 1767 until early 1774. Much of his work involved land disputes, however one case in April of 1770 found him acting pro bono defending Samuel Howell, a mixed-race man being held as an indentured servant because his grandmother was white and his grandfather black. He lost the case, but argued that “under the law of…
 
Kate Manne argues that contempt for women is not a bug but a feature of Donald Trump’s politics. She says this helps explain why “masculine” issues — like the military, gun rights, law enforcement and border security — have drowned out health care, education, climate change and food protection. Manne, a philosopher at Cornell, also tells Will and S…
 
Guest: Mohamed Elmaazi. We talk about the Assange extradition hearings, what transpired in weeks 3 and 4 and what procedures lie ahead in this process. Mohamed has been providing continuous coverage of the extradition hearings both last year and this year from the press annex of the different court facilities or from nearby facilities via video lin…
 
The AIA crew are joined by faux slang expert Freddie Long to chat about British slang from a southern perspective. Megan shares a minging tale, AJ discovers the meaning of his nickname, and Freddie shells out bare jokes. You can follow Freddie at @freddielongmusic, Megan at @iamsolamusic and AJ at @ajmarksofficial on all platforms. The songs played…
 
Rich Valdes, Host of This is America with Rich Valdes and Producer of the Mark Levin Show, joins The P.A.S. Report to discuss politics and elections 2020. We discuss the news media bias that avoids asking any tough questions about Joe Biden, and how they have attempted to control the narrative making the elections 2020 a referendum on President Tru…
 
Reimagine America: Ask yourself, what would a Biden administration look like if he wins the 2020 Elections? Most people probably aren’t sure because the American press has failed to ask questions and get answers. However, the American people have a right to know who and what they are voting for. In this episode, Professor Giordano will focus on the…
 
We're joined by author Joseph Ellis to discuss his work chronicling the Founding Fathers. This week, we're focusing on his 2004 biography, His Excellency: George Washington. The historian Gordon Wood reviewed the book writing that “Ellis's portrait of Washington thus humanizes the man without knocking him off the pedestal where his contemporaries p…
 
Republican Political Strategist and Commentator Melik Abdul makes his return to The P.A.S. Report. With 3 weeks left to the most consequential presidential election in our lifetimes, Melik gives his take on the state of the race. We discuss what the President must do in the final stretch, and how the media and the Democrats are controlling the narr…
 
In the City Between Podcast we explore the hidden and unexpected corners of New York City's history. In this bonus episode we visit part of a chapter of Washington Irving's "A History of New York" (read aloud) where the early Dutch settlers are washed ashore in Manhattan for the first time, eat oysters, pass out and dream of St. Nicholas flying ove…
 
Guest: Alastair Crooke. In a recent article, Alastair said: “Theories of human ‘Progress’ as an upward-trending, linear continuum, inevitably leading to ‘a better human end’, though clothed today as technological ‘miracles’, were never empirical hypotheses. They were always concocted myths, answering to a human need for meaning, yet manipulated rut…
 
As President Trump is diagnosed with the Coronavirus, the mainstream news outlets have completely lost their minds. Their reporting now borders on insanity as they were almost gleeful when the positive COVID test was announced, and then they expressed anger as President Trump was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center. The media industrial comp…
 
This week we speak with President Thomas Jefferson (as portrayed by humanities scholar Clay S. Jenkinson) about the Supreme Court. Jefferson tells us that the Constitution in Article Three contemplates a court system, but that it is quite vague and general, so the first Congress passed the Judiciary Act of 1789 which was intended to create the infr…
 
Teacher Patricia Hernandez and Teacher Jennifer Gagliardi talk about getting organized for your U.S. Citizenship Interview. These tips are for everyone, especially those whose eligibility is based on marriage to a U.S. citizen. We also talk about recent immigration news, encourage everyone to complete their Census, and advocate for alternative fund…
 
AJ and Megan team up with Matt Bankhurst for the first ever AIA Sportscast. Don't worry, it's a normal episode, but it's just about sports. Specifically, cricket, rugby, baseball, American football, and s****r. You can follow Matt's band at @primylvinyl and the hosts @iamsolamusic and @ajmarksofficial on all platforms. The songs played in this epis…
 
Michael Gray joins The P.A.S. Report podcast to discuss how the opioid crisis plaguing the United States and how it goes far beyond a public health emergency. The paradigm has shifted when it comes to the opioid crisis, yet government has not modified its approach and adapted to the changing landscape. Due to Michael’s own personal experience, he c…
 
The City Between Podcast explores the hidden and unexpected corners of New York City history. Come join us as we go in search of the secret origin of New York City's night life... the oyster? Of course we mention Washington Irving and even a young partying George Washington and lots more... Find out more about this episode and others at www.citybet…
 
USCIS responds to a judge's order to stop the increase of the citizenship fee from $725 to $1170 on October 2. CNN reported Tuesday night that a Federal judge blocked attempt to hike naturalization fees by 80%. The fee hike was supposed to go up on Oct.2. See the details at https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/29/politics/naturalization-fees-judge/index.htm…
 
This week, Professor Giordano focuses on who won at the first Presidential Debate. Did Joe Biden put together a coherent showing? Were President Trump’s attacks to vicious? While the entertainment expectations were high, what about policies and the direction of America? You’ll want to hear the Professor’s take and what it means for the race. Profes…
 
Clay recently joined Monticello Senior Historian Ann Lucas for "Getting Noticed on the Lewis and Clark Trail," a public Zoom conference during which Clay answered questions from attendees. Time did not allow for all the questions to be answered, and this week we remedy that. Additionally, we are joined by Joe Ellis who helps to answer questions. Fi…
 
Guest: Neda Bolourchi. We talk about the recent developments with the JCPOA Iran deal and how the Trump administration is trying to “have its cake and eat it too”. We discuss the happenings in the UN general assembly and UN Security Council, the news of troop withdrawals from Iraq and a lot more. There is an extra bonus segment for patrons: Ep 186E…
 
Guest: Danny Sjursen. We talk about his new book Patriotic Dissent: America in the Age of Endless War. We talk about the ways that Danny has broken down, categorized and explained the various forms of patriotism and dissent that he sees. He also talks about his own personal evolution in his views of these things. He gives some examples of people in…
 
John Yoo, the author of Defender in Chief, makes his return to The P.A.S. Report podcast to discuss how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death reshapes the court. We also get into a number of ways President Trump’s political opponents are trying to circumvent the U.S. Constitution as they accuse the President of disregarding the Constitution. We tackl…
 
Gabriel Montalvo comes to The P.A.S. Report Podcast to discuss the 2020 elections and the growth of Hispanic support for President Trump. Polls in Florida are now showing over 50% of Hispanics are supporting the President. Is this an outlier or will we see this type of movement in other states? We also examine the violence occurring throughout the …
 
Joseph Ellis joins us this week in the first of a series of conversations discussing his work as a historian chronicling the Founding Fathers. We begin by discussing his book, American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson, published in 1996 and winner of The National Book Award. In the conversation, Ellis calls the Founders the “greatest gener…
 
SEPTEMBER 22 -- 1776 Nathan Hale, America's first known Revolutionary spy, is executed by British; 1903 Italio Marchioni patents ice cream cone; - 2016 Trump V Hillary Presidential Campaign becomes most watched in history; 2002 Cubs Fred McGriff hits 30th HR for 5 different teams, 1993 Nolan Ryan's final MLB game; 2016 TV Show Big Bang Theory gets …
 
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