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My Crazy Office

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My Crazy Office

Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster

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Hosts Kathi Elster and Katherine Crowley are best selling authors of three books about workplace behaviors: Working with You Is Killing Me, Mean Girls at Work, Working for You Isn’t Working for Me. Kathi and Katherine address all of those wacky behaviors that we all deal with at work. That coworker who ate your lunch then complained that you put too much mayo on the sandwich? They know him. Join Kathi and Katherine as they answer real workplace questions with solid advice, and a great sense ...
 
The Allender Center Podcast features Dr. Dan Allender and his team engaging topics on healing and restoration through the unique intersection of theology and psychology. Through questions submitted by listeners, stories, interviews, and conversations, we engage the deep places of heartache and hope that are rarely addressed so candidly in our culture today. Join us to gain refreshing insight into understanding your story, handling relational struggles, recovering from trauma and abuse, and m ...
 
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Thinking CAP

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Thinking CAP

Center for American Progress

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Thinking CAP is a weekly podcast featuring the nation’s top progressive leaders and influencers. The show covers the major issues at the intersection of activism, race, policy, and politics. Hosted by Daniella Gibbs Léger and Ed Chung.
 
A weekly podcast hosted by Mace Mooney and Scott Gronholz that tries to help listeners live a less certain and more curious life. Life is big and complicated and there truly is "no small thing"; everything is worth talking about. Welcome to the conversation!
 
We gather in a building...an old building. But Central Avenue Church is far more than brick, wood, and glass. We are a group of people from different backgrounds, ethnicities, denominations, and ages, who believe that being a church should be about more than having a list of things we disagree with. Also, we think Jesus is pretty cool. In fact, we think Jesus is the hope of the world. On Sunday mornings, we come together to grow, to learn, to worship, to love, and to seek God alongside one a ...
 
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Conservative Curious

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Conservative Curious

Jessica Dang and Anirudh Pai

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How do we find what is good and just? What does the intersection of tech and the counter-enlightenment look like? What does the future look like for a NEET? Conservative Curious explores these questions and more. In this show, Jessica Dang and Anirudh Pai discover the thinkers, seekers and creators in their intellectual sphere and delve into their guests’ thoughts on philosophy, politics, culture and the future.
 
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This week, Dan and Rachael discuss scapegoating as a kind of rage that moves into the dehumanization of others. Stemming from contempt and judgement, the topic of scapegoating also brings up the experiences of projection and envy. As they ponder these categories, the ask the question: How do we become aware of our own propensity towards scapegoatin…
 
The last sections of the book of Numbers deal with the local tribes, themselves fighting and displacing each other, refusing to grant the Israelite refugees safe passage through their lands. As a consequence of this moral failing, they lose the right to keep the land --an important message of Torah. In fact, coupled with their denials of safe passa…
 
Is Joe Biden tired of winning yet? Jason Jones, filmmaker and host of the Jason Jones Show, guest hosts A Neighbor's Choice and he is joined by John Zmirak of the Stream for a conversation on the oligarchic power that is taking over America right now, the societal inversion of the Great Reset, Pope Francis' call for Big Tech censorship, the "Vichy …
 
In this segment, David Gornoski is joined by Mises contributor and economist Peter St Onge who talks about the supply chain issue, how much the government is responsible for this problem, what Biden can do to solve this problem, why the drug mandates would cause rising prices, and more. Read St. Onge's article on the Heritage Foundation website her…
 
Is the sense of smelling our primary means of alerting us to nearby danger? Is it possible for our minds to lose their connection with smelling as many in the pandemic have reported? Dr. Weiping Yu returns with Science and U to give us some fascinating insights into these questions and more. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com…
 
Joining David Gornoski for this episode is Florida rep. Anthony Sabatini who announces that Ron DeSantis banning of drug mandates in Florida's private sector. Is government action against mandates in the private sector a violation of property rights? Listen to the full episode as David takes on this question as well as the continuing breakdown of t…
 
Kathi and Katherine talk about the importance of not burning bridges on this week’s My Crazy Office Overtime show. Why is it important to not burn bridges? Listen to this week’s podcast here. The post The Importance of Not Burning Bridges: My Crazy Office, Season 8 appeared first on K Squared Enterprises.…
 
David Gornoski comments on further developments on Ron DeSantis' war on drug mandates, how art challenges our preconceived notions, the DOJ's remarks on religious exemptions to drug mandates, the failure of coercion, and more. Also in the show, John Dasgupta calls in to talk about the failure of the collectivist approach of politics, a person-to-pe…
 
David Gornoski is joined by Brad Smith from Michigan for an exciting conversation on current topics such as the decrease of the nation's workforce due to the mandates, whether drug mandates are responsible for the increase of pandemic cases, and whether we could survive a materially scarce society. Should we look to politics for solutions? How do w…
 
In this News Brief, we recap the recap of Powell's life, from the handwringing over his Iraq War UN speech to the erasure of his role in covering up My Lai massacre to training rightwing death squads in Central America and the central importance of "Good Intentions" when venerating our beloved, bipartisan war-makers.…
 
In this episode, James Kourtides of the Rooster's Crow podcast calls in to talk about the negligence of early pandemic treatment, the totalitarian capture of public discourse, the supply chain crisis, and more. Also in the show, David is joined by John Dasgupta, A Neighbor's Choice writer, for an in-depth discussion on public school indoctrination,…
 
Has the Southwest Airlines strike succeeded? Have Californian state workers complied with Gavin Newsome's drug mandate? What's the latest development in Joe Rogan's verbal battle with the corporate press and Big Tech censorship? Join David Gornoski as he takes on the latest news while emphasizing the need for empathy in our cultural discourses. Plu…
 
Frequent guest Sir Owen returns to A Neighbor's Choice to comment on the causes of the global supply chain disruption, China overtaking the US as the global military superpower, why America must accommodate China in its dealings, Colin Powell's tainted legacy, and more. Plus, Tucker Goodrich joins David Gornoski to talk about the errors in the Tuft…
 
David Gornoski is joined by Randall Evans who calls in from Australia to give us a breakdown of what's going on down under, especially with regards to the lockdown tyranny. With all the allegations of corruption, are politicians in Australia finally changing their stances on the lockdowns? Were the heavy-handed restrictions effective? What similari…
 
Free association is the expression of the content of consciousness without censorship as an aid in gaining access to unconscious processes. The technique is used in psychoanalysis which was originally devised by Sigmund Freud. What a fantastic tool for curiosity, right!? It is said that our unconscious is not buried inside our mind somewhere, but r…
 
Are Americans finally waking up to the disastrous results of government overreach? The Mises Institute's Jeff Deist joins David Gornoski to offer his insights on the latest news such as the disruption of the global supply chain, why inflation is government policy, Joe Rogan's confrontation with CNN's Sanjay Gupta, the gaslighting from the corporate…
 
David Gornoski begins the segment by responding to a listener's email on what type of foods we can avoid to reduce vegetable oil consumption. Plus, physicist Dr. Weiping Yu joins David to comment on the latest science news. What is the "extraordinary" unknown radio signal that Astronomers have discovered coming from the Milky Way? Is there a fifth …
 
What's happening to the global supply chain? Is the post-pandemic disruption and inflation part of the Great Reset? Joining David Gornoski for this episode is John Zmirak, author and editor at the Stream. David and John Zmirak talk about why atheism is a con game and why it destroys the possibility of knowledge; how global totalitarianism follows t…
 
Kathi and Katherine talk about thank you notes on this week’s My Crazy Office Overtime show. Should you send a thank you note after an interview? Listen to this week’s podcast here. The post Thank You Notes: My Crazy Office Overtime, Season 8 appeared first on K Squared Enterprises.By Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster
 
What is a mannequin doing in a bed of Canada's "overwhelmed" hospitals? David Gornoski starts the show by explaining how the Fed's endless printing of money serves no one but the greedy corporatists and the political status quo. What is the data from Taiwan revealing about mandating medicine? Should we be content with our liberties being gradually …
 
Why do so many Twitter profiles claim to "resist" when they want you to comply without question? former WWE wrestler Glenn Jacobs asks. What are the latest developments in the Southwest Airlines pilots' strike? How do we salvage the rule of law from the passion of the crowd? Jason Jones, host of the Jason Jones Show, calls in to talk about these is…
 
David Gornoski starts the show with a reflection on the establishment's attempt to control what trends on social media. Join David as he reports on the latest news stories from around the country, including Florida's fight against government overreach; the futility of mandating medicine and nutrition; and more. Can diet reduce the symptoms of bipol…
 
Jim Babka, the president of DownsizeDC.org and a friend of the show, joins David Gornoski to talk about the Southwest Airlines strike, why young Americans are not going to work, the dominance of the market by crony capitalism; and more. Also in the show, James Kourtides of the Rooster's Crow podcast calls in to talk about the labor shortages, the F…
 
Kathi and Katherine talk about gossiping bosses on this week’s episode of the My Crazy Office podcast. First we discuss what to do when you realize that your boss uses meetings to gossip. Then we give advice to managers that like to gossip in the workplace. The post #34: The Gossiping Boss – My Crazy Office, Season 8 appeared first on K Squared Ent…
 
What keeps us from engaging well with one another? For the next few weeks on the podcast, Dan and Rachael are going to be debating four categories that prevent us from connecting well, beginning with rage. In a time when people’s margins and capacity are thinner than ever, how do we differentiate between rage and anger and how we can attend to our …
 
The Mises Institute's Tho Bishop joins David Gornoski to talk about the "Let's go Brandon" meme; the real agenda behind the Facebook "whistleblower;" the possibility of an alliance between libertarians and populists in battling government overreach and Big Tech censorship; and more. Visit the A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com…
 
It's time for Science and U and Dr. Weiping Yu returns with another refreshing analysis of the latest science news. Is transmutation of elements possible? If transmutation is possible, how can it be used to solve the climate crisis? To what extent is magnetism ingrained into the nature of the cosmos? Listen to the full segment for Dr. Yu's answers …
 
Why is Joe Biden always reading scripts in front of a White House set? Is the Biden administration creating an illusion of democracy? Join David Gornoski as he looks at these issues and offers his analysis. David is joined by A Neighbor's Choice writer John Dasgupta who talks about the tension between China and Taiwan; why we should consider Jesus'…
 
In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by John Dasgupta, a writer for A Neighbor's Choice, and the two discuss the state-hijacking of health institutions worldwide. David and John also talk about how the Gospel accounts gave rise to the universal concern for victims of violence; how this concern for victim is twisted by the state; how creativity…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode with some breakdown of the news coming in from around the country, many of which are related to growing authoritarianism in the pandemic. Have scientists come close to curing neuro-degenerating illnesses like dementia and alzheimers? Can Australia come back from the ever-increasing surveillance state? Should the go…
 
In this recording of a Live Interview for Patrons from 9/22, we speak with The Nation sports editor Dave Zirin about his new book, The Kaepernick Effect, and how a series of protests in youth sports, namely among black youth, set off firestorms and backlash in dozens of small towns throughout the country. And what the "leave politics out of sports"…
 
A trillion-dollar coin could be minted by the government at any time. Joining David Gornoski for this episode is Jon Croft who calls in to talk about the corruption scandal in New South Wales, Australia; critical race theory running amok in schools; lockdown tyranny around the world; and more. Also in the show, Tucker Goodrich joins David to talk a…
 
What are Pfizer scientists saying about our natural immunity? How do we get out of the abusive relationship with government? How do we deal with the constant push by the government to break up families? Join David Gornoski as he reflects on these questions while also commenting on today's trend of "following your own bliss;" the lessons of "Citizen…
 
Kathi and Katherine talk about resistance to work/life balance on this week’s episode of the My Crazy Office podcast. First we answer what do to when a supervisor expresses disdain for work/life balance and calls it B.S. Then we give advice to managers that believe work/life balance is ridiculous, while their staff think it is not. The post #33: Re…
 
What does it mean when the Bible says "God is love?" Are we islands unto ourselves or are we rooted in a transcendental source of community? Join David Gornoski as he reflects on these questions while also commenting on the need for empathy whilst navigating through the hate-filled news cycle of our time. Is unconditional love too good to be true? …
 
The way of the world is to get caught up in groupthink and shift blame onto others, but Jesus shows us another way. David Gornoski is back and he recalls what's been happening with the show since last week. What happened to Facebook? How should we react to its decline? Is the Drudge Report going back to its maverick ways? What do we make of the Chi…
 
The creation stories of Genesis blend mythological motifs with reflections on the moral consequences of human evolution. When we understand the serpent voice to be the appearance of the human inner voice --the beginnings of evolutionary, human self-consciousness, a consequence of eating of the fruit of the garden-- then the hiding that Adam does, n…
 
In this special podcast, Tucker Goodrich catches up with Professor Ameer Taha, renowned food scientist and expert in the area of Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids. Professor Taha talks about how he came to take an interest in lipid oxidation, the keto diet's effectiveness against epilepsy, pesticides found in human breast milk, the harmful effects of…
 
When Cyndi Mesmer agreed to participate in the very first Training Certificate program in 2011 (now Certificate in Narrative Focused Trauma Care Level I), she anticipated a laid-back conference where she would gather a few insights and make small talk with other attendees. Instead, what she and fellow facilitator Scott Gibson encountered would chan…
 
David Gornoski is joined by renowned investor Jim Rogers for an interesting conversation on the fall of Evergrande, whether China will bail out failing corporations, the Fed's plan to roll out their own digital currency, the increasing surveillance state in Australia, the damages caused to the agricultural industry, the declining population of Japa…
 
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