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Welcome to Trickle-Down Socialism, where we discuss how the US currently has a system of socialism for the super rich and corporations, we try to defang the term “socialism” and explore how government, with a slight tweak in priorities, could be a force for good in all of our lives. Capitalism kills, economic justice, campaign finance reform, Progressive politics, Labor Unions, Labor Movement Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trickledownsocialism/support
 
An insightful but not too serious look at the Marx Brothers films and careers from three guys who've spent way too much time thinking about them. Hosted by Matthew Coniam ("The Annotated Marx Brothers", "That's Me, Groucho!"), Noah Diamond ("Gimme a Thrill: The Story of I'll Say She Is") and Bob Gassel (he'll write a book someday). Featuring guest appearances by Marx experts, authors and notable fans. Inspired by The Marx Brothers Council Facebook group. New episodes post monthly. Check out ...
 
A Sustainable Mind is a podcast created for the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, minimalist, conscious consumer and the eco-curious. If you are looking to get inspired, motivated and take ACTION to be the change you want to see in the world you are in the right place. Delivered to you each week, Marjorie Alexander brings you environmental changemakers whose campaigns, companies and projects have changed the plane ...
 
New Writing North is a development agency for creative writing and creative reading based in the north east of England. We specialise in the development of talent and act as a dynamic broker between writers, agents and producers across the creative industries. As a promoter of new writing we work to engage people with creative reading, with live literary experiences and with new plays, films and digital work. Our commitment to raising the aspirations and developing the creativity of young pe ...
 
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Survey Link here: https://forms.gle/MYfpV4P4GYnxLYYd7 (Help us make the Podcast Better - 5 Questions) Pat talks to Lourin Hubbard, who is running for the Democratic Nomination for US Congress in California's 22nd District, about why big Progressive ideas are interconnected in terms of the impact they could have on communities. Mr. Hubbard has serve…
 
(Starts at 0:59) School principal in London, ON, who's from Corner Brook, says the deadly attack on a Muslim family has left her shaken, (8:48) Memorial University is breathing fresh air into its policy regarding smoking on campus and asking for your input, (15:39), a nursery owner explains why the selection of certain soil types may be a little sl…
 
How to Increase Your Sales A Key to Getting More Customers Selling your product or service is not about you, at least not completely. On Designing Your Life Today, Pat Council shares how to increase your sales. Ultimately sales are about your customers, so find out some keys to getting more of them on today's podcast. Mentioned on Show and Resource…
 
(Starts at 1:00 mark) Students at St. Paul's Intermediate in Gander were home from school Wednesday and today as a precaution due to possible COVID-19 exposure. A regional health official gives an update. (11:55) A forager tells us how she turns dandelions into jelly, honey, and even fritters, (20:29) the possibility of a fall federal election seem…
 
https://wholemothershow.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/wholemother_210607.mp3 Pat Jones and Debbie Hull Our show has moved and expanded! We are on the air from 11 am to noon Central Time every Monday. A welcome and reintroduction to your hosts, Pat Jones and Debbie Hull. Patricia Jones, RN, CNM BirthCare & Womans Health BIRTH (Bringing Information …
 
Why You Should Set Boundaries for Success Understanding What Achievement is All About When it come to achieving your goals, it is important to pay attention to your mission. On Designing Your Life Today, Pat Council explains why you should set boundaries for success. Get more inspiration by discovering what your goal setting and goal achievement is…
 
June is Pride month and CBC Newfoundland Morning is featuring a "People You Should Know" series, focusing on members of the LGBTQ+ community in NL. They're doing something extraordinary for the places where they live, stepping up and making a difference. Trevor Taylor is an educator, LGBTQ+ advocate, and co-founder of Fogo Island Pride.…
 
(Starts at 0:57) Municipal Affairs minister encourages young people to run for NL town councils this fall, (7:27) vandals damage a Gander property for the third time in five days, (15:40) Volunteer who helps restore heritage properties on the Northern Peninsula is working to re-purpose a former community store, and (24:06) the RCMP in Port Aux Basq…
 
Why You Should Ask Yourself Questions Getting Clarity and Finding Direction When it comes to getting back on the success track asking the right questions will help. On Designing Your Life Today, Pat Council explains why you should ask yourself questions. Discover an easier way to get clarity as you gain insight into how to improve your life and ach…
 
(Starts at 0:54) Mi'kmaw group in Gander is having a hard time keeping up with the heavy demand for its programs, (7:27) NL's privacy commissioner says his office and government are working to make sure people's information is handled responsibly during the pandemic, (13:34) a travel tour coordinator from Corner Brook was laid off, but used the opp…
 
Why You Should Not Compare Yourself to Others Going Beyond the Idea of Confidence When you understand the big deal about yourself, you will look at personal success, differently. On Designing Your Life Today, Pat Council explains why you should not compare yourself to others. Get insight beyond confidence and make it easier to embrace your authenti…
 
Connecting Mi'kmaw youth with Elders via social media; a Newfoundlander, now living in Calgary is anxious to return home; Dalhousie researcher says a proposed sugar tax isn't as sweet as it seems; and Buddy Wasisname is writing his first musical for the theatre.
 
The province has a plan to re-open, but the teachers' union says it still needs to pay attention to preventing the spread of COVID-19 in school, Western Health is looking at its options for how to get clothes clean once the new hospital opens in Corner Brook - and that has CUPE NL's president worried, Gander comedian Matt Wright talks about his nom…
 
(Starts at 1:00) 215 paper hearts - one for every child whose remains are believed to buried near the residential school in Kamlooops, BC. Students at Point Leamington Academy made the artwork to honour their memory. (9:00) Atlantic Canada airports are thrilled that the NL government plans to reopen the province to travelers by Canada Day, (16:32) …
 
(Starts at 1:04) Leader of NunatuKavut Inuit group in Labrador says Kamloops residential school has sparked a difficult but important national conversation about reconciliation, (10:52) new commemorative garden on Majestic Lawn in Corner Brook honours Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. (20:08) Communities in the Bay of Islands area pr…
 
The Big Deal about You Getting Back on Track On Designing Your Life Today, Pat Council will be sharing the big deal about you, all month long. Each podcast during June will share information to help you get on track and keep moving toward goal achievement. This is your time to discover how much you can achieve in the next 30 days. Get inspiration a…
 
Ambassador Stephen Sestanovich, CFR’s George F. Kennan senior fellow for Russian and Eurasian studies, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss Belarus’s decision to force a commercial airliner to land in Minsk in order to arrest Belarusian journalist and blogger Roman Protasevich.By Council on Foreign Relations
 
(Starts at 0:58) People in NL braced for austerity measures in yesterday's provincial budget, but government didn't cut jobs. Still, the president of CUPE NL is bothered by the lack of details. (8:43) Meanwhile, the chair of Hospitality NL applauds government's 30-million dollar investment in the hospitality industry. (17:48) A group in the provinc…
 
(Starts at 1:06) The Greene Report, more bad news for offshore oil, and Covid continuing to slow down business....an economics professor at Memorial University tells us how she expects today's NL budget to face these challenges. (9:00) Miawpukek First Nation hopes to turn the tide and bring salmon stocks back to their former glory, (15:38) Grand Fa…
 
Musician Jordan Harnum and photographer Cory Babstock were supposed to travel to Twillingate for the summer to work, but their excitement around consistent summer gigs has turned into lockdown uncertainty, due to the threat of Covid-19 in the area.
 
You want to see Groucho as an over-protective father, Harpo hiding in a Coke machine, or Chico trying to pass himself off as Harpo? Well, you’ve come to the right place as we dissect Shout Factory’s DVD set featuring Marx TV appearances from the ‘50s thru the ‘70s.We uncover the many treasures, failures, and sublime moments this collection offers t…
 
Hugo Garcia, Burien City Council Candidate visited Frank and Lisa of the Inside White Center podcast team to share about his decision to run! He’s a fantastic story teller and he regaled us with story after story about his family’s move to Burien from Guadalajara, his upbringing, doing announcements for the Seattle Sounders, and his work in economi…
 
A performing arts school in Stephenville, Nomad Stages, has its year-end show this weekend. Two of the instructors who've helped prepare students for the stage have come from the other side of the world during the pandemic. We spoke with dance instructor and choreographer Anastasiia Rudenko from Ukraine, and music teacher Mikaela Griffiths-Bester f…
 
Stephenville Mayor Tom Rose spoke about potential exposure to COVID-19 in the area this week (interview starts at 0:59 mark). Students in Stephenville and central Newfoundland stayed home from school this week due to concerns over positive or presumptive positive cases in the community. We spoke with the NL Federation of School Councils (8:51) and …
 
CBCNL and the Food Producers Forum have teamed up to tell stories of people growing their own food, to help the province become more self-sufficient. In our first episode of the series, the CBC's Lindsay Bird introduces us to the "Guerilla Garlic Gardeners" of Mount Pearl.
 
(Starts at 0:48 mark) Newfoundland Tea Company, a bistro, tea and gift shop in Gander, is tired of the cycle of closing and re-opening due to Covid precautions, so it will stay closed for now. (8:28) Mi'kmaw artist Nicole Travers of Lark Harbour makes her own leather - from fish! - to make the beautiful, beaded jewelry. (16:08) SucSeed, a company t…
 
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