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Best Jenna Lee Babin podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Jenna Lee Babin podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Life is too short to waste time filtering through headlines searching for the facts. That’s when we realized the need for a quick, trustworthy news source that makes staying up-to-date easy and interesting. Our Goal is to Clear the Clutter. We’re committed to providing non-partisan news, in small servings, available wherever you are, whenever you want it. And for the Record: We Believe You’re Already Smart. We don’t need to tell you what to think or how to feel or what to believe. We just wa ...
 
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Andy Pollack lost his daughter Meadow in one of the deadliest school shootings in American history. Since then, he has worked tirelessly to make sure other families don’t confront the same fate. Hear what he uncovered about his daughter’s murderer, and what he now believes every family should know to keep their children safe.…
 
The daughter of the first American killed in combat in the War on Terror joins SmartHER News to tell the true story of her father. Alison Spann shares incredible insight about Mike Spann: His work for the CIA, the mysterious American he encountered in Afghanistan before he died, and why his sacrifice is one we should never forget.…
 
What does it take to save and store a gigantic 200-year-old flag? And what will it take to preserve the flag for a few hundred years more? The original “Star-Spangled Banner" that flew over Fort McHenry, inspiring the national anthem that helped the flag become the ubiquitous symbol it is today, is part of the collection at the Smithsonian Museum. …
 
The American Flag that we associate with the fight for American independence really became the symbol we know it to be today years after the American Revolution during the War of 1812. The flag that flew over Fort McHenry during a pivotal battle against the British inspired America’s national anthem and has survived for more than 200 years. We spea…
 
Five “SmartHER" facts to know about the state of immigration at the U.S. southern border - Our Week In Review June 28th, 2019.By Jenna Lee-SmartHER News
 
Dr. Long Gillespie dishes out "MomHacks" with Jenna Lee. #MomHacks #JennaLee #DrDarria #SmartherBy Jenna Lee-SmartHER News
 
Photographer Joel Grimes recently visited Tijuana where thousands have traveled to potentially seek asylum in America. An estimated 6,000 Central Americans walking in caravans reached Tijuana late this Fall - another 1,000 are currently heading to the border from Honduras. But it’s not just Central Americans in camps. Thousands from Haiti traveled …
 
An American Christmas Story - The untold story behind the American Christmas tree industry with some unique perspective (and tree buying tips) by Doug Hundley of the National Christmas Tree Association.By Jenna Lee/SmartHER News
 
Retired Navy SEAL, Entrepreneur, and Best-Selling Author Jocko Willink shares the story behind his new children’s book “Mikey and the Dragons" with Jenna Lee, founder of SmartHER News. Jenna’s husband Leif Babin served with Jocko and together they wrote two best-selling leadership books and launched “Echelon Front” - a company that builds and train…
 
3 major nations and one big mystery. What’s at stake behind the alleged murder in Turkey of a Saudi Arabian journalist working for an American newspaper.By SmartHER News
 
A SmartHER take on a story that made international headlines. Several years ago a sick baby girl, given nearly no chance at survival, was randomly chosen from a crowd in Philadelphia and kissed by Pope Francis. Shortly after, Gianna Masciantonio suddenly started making an astonishing recovery that many called a “miracle". But that’s not the real st…
 
To anyone who embraces their "inner geek" data rules. Yet, this week's news cycle offers a reminder that even the strongest data can only tell us so much; often, it ironically highlights the unknown. Here's 3 stories you should know, from the week, plus, a conversation with John Wayne's youngest daughter Marisa Wayne on her life with the Hollywood …
 
Cut out the noise. Here’s the top 2 stories of the week plus the truth about the Taliban (and why peace talks with them may not be “peace talks” at all) with Tom Joscelyn of The Long War Journal.By Jenna Lee Babin/Smarther News
 
A Nicaraguan man risks his life to tell us what's happening inside a country he loves, and why instability in Nicaragua should matter to us all. Plus, two facts that matter about the Special Counsel Investigation.By Jenna Lee Babin/Smarther News
 
Bryce Carlson tells SmartHER News about the life lessons he learned rowing, solo, across the the North Atlantic.By Jenna Lee Babin-SmartHER News
 
The 3 top things we learned this week on SmartHER News - from violence in Chicago, Hollywood’s Walk of Fame and just how much PURE alcohol Americans drink a year. Cardiologist Dr. Kevin Campbell joins us to explain why he walked away from his successful medical practice to lead a medical mission to one of the most rural places on the planet. He had…
 
3 must-know news stories from the week (a look at wages, a warning for Apple and why we need to watch the Russians when it comes to our electricity as much as our elections). Also, a profile on a company that confronted tragedy and turned the experience into a product that saves lives. Meet the family behind "Katchakid".…
 
Dear Friends, While we cover current event headlines on SmartHERNews.com (and this week is no exception), taking a break from the back-n-forth and listening to someone like our next guest can offer invaluable insight, not only for what we see and read on a regular basis, but how to live our best lives. You might have seen the above “family photo” a…
 
Happy July 4th! Did you know the American Revolutionary war lasted 7 years?….7 years.... And by a simple twist of fate or luck or divine intervention…America didnt lose…but we had a few very near misses of almost losing it all. And that’s why the story of Washington’s Crossing marks a pivotal moment in all of our fates. Because it changed the momen…
 
SmartHER Summary As we prepare to celebrate America's independence, we reflect on the power of choice. A simple choice to rebel gave birth to our nation. And this week’s news reminds us how choices (both big and small) *still* shape our course. At the highest court of the land, a choice can change the outcome for an entire nation. Justice Anthony K…
 
Where We Started vs Where We End Up We started this week with news of the government separating children from those who illegally crossed the U.S. southern border and ended the week with new orders by the government to reunite them. A lot happens in a week. How did we arrive at this point? For a better understanding, let's travel back in time. The …
 
SmartHER Summary We often perceive absolutes as facts. But the truth often exists in shades of gray, rather than black or white. This week’s news on the historic Singapore summitbetween America & North Korea serves as a prime example. In the aftermath, the debate over what the summit means or what it doesn’t vacillates between an epic moment in tim…
 
The onslaught of news can feel like the daily grind of life – the core often gets ignored. After taking in the peripheral facts, this week's news stories have an interwoven theme at their center: How can we help each other? How can we help teach our children? A new studysays Catholic school students outperform public and private school students whe…
 
Just like cleaning out a refrigerator, this week's news cycle raises the question: how do you know when something has truly passed its prime? Sometimes it's by date; other times it's simply by feel. Let's start with the American economy. Mining and manufacturing, two industries thought "past their prime" had job gains in the latest unemployment rep…
 
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