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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LEGENDARY NEW YORK RAPPER CAPONE RETURNS WITH SECOND ALBUM ON Pain,Time,Glory Entertprises "Menace II Society" HITS THE STREETS 2006 Album features Scarface and Norega New York, NY--After 5 years away from the game, Capone is back with a vengeance. Five years after the Capone-n-Noriega Reunion album (2000), Capone is set to release his second solo record on Pain, Time, and Glory Enterprises. "Menace II Society" will be released in 2006, and features Scarface and , Nore ...
 
Tom served 20 years in the US Army. Serving 3 years at Schofield Barracks, HI and 17 years in two of the United States Elite Special Operations units the 75th Ranger Regiment and 5th Special Forces Group. Tom has deployed to Bosnia- Herzegovina for Peacekeeping Operations and has multiple combat deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. While assigned to 5th Special Forces Group, he has conducted multiple deployments to the middle East outside of the combat capacity in support of the Global ...
 
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In which we offer a glimpse of what we do on Patreon! We talk about - well... the title is pretty self-explanatory. Please consider subscribing and helping us reach our goal of 10 patrons! Find the full episode and more here: https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana Other Support: Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); the rec…
 
In which we look at many forms of free speech (and how it was limited) in mid-19th century Canada! From newspapers to workers movements to the censoring of a literary association by the Church, this episode starts the new year off strong! --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitH…
 
Scott Morris is a Regional Vise President of sales with AURA. AURA is a digital identity theft and fraud protection company that aids in the safekeeping of your finances, personal info for you and your family and is very easy to understand and is simple to set up and is your one-stop shop when it comes to digital protection for you and yours. AURA …
 
In which we reach 50 episodes with a bang! Listen in to our last episode of the year as we talk about the second half of the Red River Resistance and the creation of Manitoba. Happy holidays all! --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Support: Patreon (https://www.…
 
In which we offer a glimpse of what we do on Patreon! In this Pop Canada holiday special, we talk about Christmas history in Canada and our own holiday traditions. Please consider subscribing and helping us reach our goal of 10 patrons! It could be a great gift for that Canada nerd in your life. Find the full episode and more here: Patreon (https:/…
 
In which we start talking about the 1869-70 Métis resistance that led to the creation of Manitoba and represented many of the issues that Canada still faces today. --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Support: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana); …
 
Frank Molinar is a certified financial planner who works out of Phoenix, Arizona, who has been in the industry for 16 years. Molinar is on the advisory team at Retirement Consultants, Inc. Molinar has gained experience at Next Financial Group Inc, Securities America, Inc and Verus Capital Partners, LLC. Molinar has Series 63 and Series 65 licenses,…
 
We all need someone to vent to and get advice from but sometimes that turns into a one-way street and you become that person that is always getting hit up and having everyone else's problems dumped in your lap. Helping others is always a great thing and you should always be willing to hear someone out and help them through their issues but when it …
 
In which we each power through a concussion and antibiotics to discuss how mid-19th century modernization affected Canada and talk about folk tales once more! Topics include life in the country and the city, child labour, and of course Karl Marx. --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com…
 
In which we unlock our latest episode of Pop Canada to the public! Listen in as we discuss how nature appears in Canadian culture and then segue into a talk about the current climate crisis. If you want to find more (and complete) episode of Pop Canada you can support us on Patreon for 3$ a month! --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (…
 
In which we talk about the dark side of Macdonald's legacy and the latter part of his life, again using caricatures (but ones that make us go "yikes..."). Caricatures: https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/2021/10/30/j-a-macdonald-caricatures-the-darker-side/ --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://w…
 
In which we examine the legacy of Canada's first PM through caricatures! This episode focuses on his early life and what is considered to be J. A. Macdonald's more 'positive' legacy...and how that is certainly a double-edged sword. Caricatures: https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/2021/10/17/some-caricatures-of-sir-john-a-macdonald/ --- Contact:…
 
John Gebretatose is Eritrean born but American raised who at an early age had to learn coping skills in order to deal with the hands that life deals us. John opens up with me about his mother having schizophrenia and have to care for her at an early age and using laughter to help him cope with all that he had going on at a very young age. His fathe…
 
In which we talk about an acclaimed fantasy series - 'Malazan: Book of the Fallen' - written by two archeologists from Ontario and Manitoba. We also delve a bit into the genre as it developed in Canada! Find the full episode and more here: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana) Other Support: Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/his…
 
This is a very special episode for me not just as a Veteran, Ranger brother, friend but as someone who has suffered tremendously from depression, PTSD, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts but also planning out those acts. I asked Lora Irving and Edward Goff to sit down with me and talk about their son and brother Aaron Goff. Aaron and I served together …
 
In which we we discuss the officialization of the British North America Act, its immediate impact, and much more as Canada takes on its first kind of independent form! We also discuss photographer William Notman as a case study for how culture is changing in the new country. It's an episode of debates, dirty tricks, exclusions, and parties! --- Con…
 
I grew up in the St. Louis Park and Hopkins Community. I went to Junior High and some of the High school in Hopkins. My daughters and stepkids go to Hopkins and I moved back to Hopkins with my wife after my retirement from the Army. So ensuring that the right person is in the office that runs my city is very important to me and my family. Patrick H…
 
In which we talk about the conferences in Charlottetown and Quebec that laid the groundwork for Canada and the British North America Act! We also end on by analyzing some artistic depictions of those moments. --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Support: Patreon …
 
In which, we discuss the early-2000s TV show Total Drama, its spin-offs, and the creators' other endeavours (like 6teen). We get to talking about Americanization, Canadian parodies, and have a general fun time! Find the full episode and more here: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana) Other Support: Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/payp…
 
In which we discuss a famous poet and politician that allows us to address the Fenians, the further establishment of Irish-Canadians, and who fully leads us into Confederation!! NOTE: I forgot to mention that the person who was accused of shooting McGee was called Patrick J. Whelan. Thought it was important to include it. --- Contact: historiacanad…
 
When people hear algorithm they think of one of two things math or social media. What they don think about is the algorithm of life and how from the time you are born you are set to fit the algorithm of someone else or the algorithm of your environment. It may be as small as the path your parents want you to take in life or career not understanding…
 
In which we talk about the 1858 Fraser River gold rush, its part in the creation of the colony of British Columbia, and a modern take on the event in Raymond Maher's 'The Deadly Five' novel. --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Support: Patreon (https://www.patre…
 
Social Media has played a huge part in many people's mental health. Social media does not always have to be a negative thing but the way we consume it can definitely have a negative effect on our mental health and our lives as a whole. Theodore Roosevelt said, "comparison is the thief of joy". You can use social media and those that you follow to k…
 
In which we discuss the ways that the Great White North is shown in various media - from the Simpsons to Kevin Smith films! It's a veritable popluck of topics... I don't regret the joke. Here are the first 10 minutes of our talk! --- Find the full episode and more at: www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana Other support at: - Paypal (https://www.paypal.…
 
In which we have Native American, Himanish Goel, join us to talk about the Trickster figure as a way to open on a central part of many Western Indigenous myths and British Columbia generally! We use Eden Robinson's Son of a Trickster to help us with some of the themes. Somewhat relevant tangents include Loki and To Kill A Mockingbird. Check out Cra…
 
In which Mack stays awake long enough to talk about Canada's "Colonial Poet Laureate" and rising English-Canadian nationalism. Topics include Gothic literature, the formation of Canada's military, and reciprocity treaties! --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Sup…
 
In which we give a taste of what goes on over on our Patreon sister show: Pop Canada! Here are the first 10 minutes of our talk on the many Degrassi shows before having an extensive talk about their legacy! --- Find the full episode and more at: www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana Other support at: - Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiaca…
 
In this Part Two Joe describes with great emotions being stationed at Fort Bragg and beginning the Special Forces Qualifications Course and finding out his wife was diagnosed with Cancer. Joe explains how a pain that his wife was experiencing for years grew into a tumor, which later was diagnosed as synovial sarcoma which was a very rare type of ca…
 
Joe Hudson sits down with me and holds nothing back on telling his story. Joe tells in great detail about growing up in West Virginia in a household where food wasn't the only scarcity but love, compassion and care were also at the top of that list of missing necessities. Abuse, neglect, and the loss of caring parents had major life-lasting effects…
 
In which, on our road to Confederation, we discuss he who was once known as 'French-Canada's National Bard'! Topics also include the situation in 1850s Canada, reflections on Confederation, and the Annexation Manifesto! Patrick translated some of the French poems here: https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/2021/06/28/translation-of-selected-octav…
 
Grief is something we all endure and face at some point in our lives and we all have our own way of processing all those emotions. All though there are 7 stages of grieving, there is nothing that says that you have to do them in order and in fact, there is nothing that says how long you need or should spend on each stage. It's all on you and how yo…
 
One question any Veteran that has deployed to combat hates to be asked is that one dreaded question "have you ever killed anyone" and most people will never understand how invasive, ridiculous, and just plain inappropriate that question is to ask someone that's served. So on our Third Part of deployments, Tim and I speak on our individual experienc…
 
In which we are joined by the great Liv and Kate ('Just Watch Me' podcast) to talk about Margaret Atwood's 1996 historical fiction novel, Alias Grace. We discuss Atwood's use of fiction and history, the novel's purpose, Victorian perceptions of women and crime, and much more! Patrick's opinion is majorly pushed back against and the episode is worth…
 
In our Part two of Deployments, we talk about the romantic relationships that take place during combat deployments, many people outside the military never think these types of relationships take place and that deployments are just always chaos and no time for them but there are those that find the time to build relationships and some have found the…
 
Andy Santiago and I served together at 1/ 75th Ranger Regiment. Andy tells me the reasons he joined the Army, and how deciding to go to Ranger Battalion was something he didn't know much about at the time but he always wanted to challenge himself and what better way to do that than join the Army and volunteer once again to try and become part of th…
 
In which we give a taste of what goes on over on our Patreon sister show: Pop Canada! Here are the first 10 minutes of our talk on comedy: a staple of Canadian pop culture. We address the history of the genre, important figures, and why it developed in this country! --- Find the full episode and more at: www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana Other supp…
 
When Tim and I speak about how to make this podcast very unique the one thing we always settle on is that we always want to talk about every other aspect of military life and never only focus on engagements with the enemy and death. There is so much more to military life that a lot of folks do not ever get to hear about. We just want to bring life …
 
I sit done with Jose and talk about our time in Ranger Battalion. The Op tempo we were under during our years serving together with deployments and training cycles, and how it was tougher on our loved ones than it was on us due to the nature of being in Special Operations. Jose speaks with me about how he fell in love with martial arts and MMA when…
 
In which we discuss the famous Hudson's Bay Company in relation to R. M. Ballantyne's 'Snowflakes & Sunbeams' (1856) - a pioneer of boys' fiction! How did the HBC inform Ballantyne's writing? What is the relation between the HBC and the sense of wonder and imagination that the novel depicts? This one covers all those great questions and more! --- C…
 
James and I sit down and discuss what it means to 'Do the Work'. Most individuals think that going to a treatment facility is all you have to do is show up and that is it. The road to any recovery is not easy at all. You will be tested mentally, you will feel as though you aren't getting anything done, you will miss family and friends, you will hav…
 
We all have or had Toxic People in our lives at some point. We also know how much they can play with our Mental Health, the toll it takes on us, and how it just withers you down if you aren't careful. It's not easy when we have Toxic people in our lives usually, that person has some sort of hold over you, whether its a co-worker or a boss at work, …
 
Jeremiah Wilber is a Retired Green Beret who is of Native American descent, he has a very impressive career and has accomplished more than most have in a lifetime and he has only begun. We talk about his Native American background and his growing up in Montana and then later moving to Las Vegas. Jeremiah explains how moving to Las Vegas and growing…
 
Markus talks to me about growing up in Michigan and how seeing a buddy enlist made him want to also join and serve, he was wanting a better life and a way to provide for his family. Markus joined the Army as Ammo Specialist and talks very passionately about the importance of his job and the joy he gets out of doing it. When he first joined he initi…
 
In which Kevin Hutchings (Professor of English at the University of Northern British Columbia) joins us to talk about the once-famous Ojibwe Methodist writer, George Copway (Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh)! From Copway's relation to Romanticism to his resistance to European hegemony, this episode covers a lot! Kevin was great and allowed us to make one of our …
 
John Vitale is a combat verteran but unlike all the other episodes I have done, John also was a NYPD officer during 9/11. John not only dealt with the after math of the World trade Centers terror attacks by deploying to combat but John was also there that faitful morning of September 11, 2001. John descirbes that morning in such detail that it make…
 
Dan Burnett is not just a Ranger but he also founded his fitness Company ‘Train Like a Ranger’ in which he is certified as a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, ISSA Certified Sports Nutrition Specialist and Athlete. Dan also holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a minor Biology and has been in this industry for years. Da…
 
In which we use Brian Moore's 1985 novel Black Robe to discuss the use and creation of images by Jesuits missionaries in New France. This also acts as a kind of prelude to a very special episode in two weeks! --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Support: Patreon …
 
Tim and I sit down and talk about the role Social Media plays in Mental Health and the issues that can arise from being "connected" and the effects social media plays when you lack that strong organic social connections and the issues that develop with your mental and emotional health. We all know the role social media plays in our everyday life an…
 
In which we give a taste of what goes on over on our Patreon sister show: Pop Canada! Here are the first 10 minutes of our talk on the popular depictions of the Klondike Gold Rush. --- Find the full episode and more at: www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana Other support at: - Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); - Recommended re…
 
In which we cover a range of pre-Confederation plays, including Charles Heavysege's 'Saul', and discuss how they inform the performance of history, society, and culture. You can find 'Saul' in our recommended reading page below! --- Sources & Further Reading: Charlesbois, Gaetan, and Anne Nothop. “Canadian Theatre History,” Canadian Theatre Encyclo…
 
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