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  • 02:00

    Hard Starboard Radio: The Horror Of Bipartisan Consensus

    in Politics Conservative

    "Kickoff is a touchback.  First play, Russell Wilson throws a dime to Marshawn Lynch on the left sideline, just over midfield.  A couple of incompletions later, he throws another to Jermaine Kearse at the ten yard line that doinks off of every part of his body without his losing his concentration and falls into his hands.  Two Lynch runs and the ball is on the one yard line.  Bill Belichick calls his first timeout in anticipation of having to mount a last-ditch field goal drive.  Second and goal.

    And then what my cousin on Facebook called "Dumbest call ever - why didn't Wilson override it?....this is historic bonehead and will be remembered as long as the Super Bowl is played....The best one-yard back in football and three tries" - and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell calls a pass".

    Why Obama needs to pretend the Taliban aren't jihadists; The Left realizes too late that political correctness is a virus - an now it's eating their movement from within; Scott Walker rejects the "go along to get along" premise, and not a moment too soon; which is precisely why Democrats will not cease in their attempts to destroy him; and imagine an America where the White House and Congress got along — and all the terrible things they would do to us.

  • 00:03

    Scientific Consensus - Global Warming

    in Health

    From global warming to dietary recommendations the world is full of consensus...or is it?  More importantly, consensus is not science or truth. Lets 

  • 00:51

    Untangling Our Neural Pathways--Part Two, Consensus Reality/the Quantum Field

    in Self Help

    Join us as we continue our conversation about entangled neural pathways and how this can limit our effectiveness. In this episode, we'll explore the pervasive impact of consensus reality and even how we become entangled with other on the quantum level. We'll go more in-depth to HOW you can help your clients (and yourself) dis-entangle. 

  • 00:30

    Consensus Reality And The Brain

    in Self Help

    Everybody knows that......you should not show emotions in a meeting. Everybody knows that.....you should look after your elderly parents. Everybody knows....... well, you name it. The shoulds, assumptions and expectations that create our consensus reality are examined and discussed in a light-hearted way in this thought-provoking episode. 

    We will aadd some neuroscience and consciousness aspects to the mix and this will be an episode you won't want to miss.

    Join Ann and Ursula for lively discussions and interesting conversation on the subject of neuroscience, consciousness and coaching.

  • 00:30

    Building Consensus - Your Most Important Product

    in Business

    Leadership is the art of getting people to do what you want because they want to do it. It is the most vital skill required of leaders.  It is also the leader's ultimate challenge.  Host Bart Jackson invites Darrell Gunter, CEO of GunterMediaGroup, to help him lay out a consensus-building strategy for CEOs and supervisors alike.  This show profiles specific tactics for uniting your team and proven techniques for inspiring individuals to invest in the group goals.  If you are seeking a way turn the elusive ideal of motivation into a defined business process; if you want to get everyone on your team finally pointed in the same direction, this is your show.  Don't miss it.  


  • 00:30

    GroupThink - The Maze of Ways to Consensus

    in Business

    Somewhere between herding sheep and herding sharks lies the manager's most effective method of gathering his team into a motivated decision-making process.  Host Bart Jackson is joined by guest John Sarno, author, professor, and CEO of the Employers Association of New Jersey.  Together, they discuss the workable practices for sparking the best of your team's little gray cells, and avoid letting the solutions-seeking effort fall into GroupThink default.  In a humorous back-and-forth banter, this and other topics from John Sarno's upcoming book will provide leaders with a load of guidance and a lot of fun. 

  • 00:33

    GCS - Green House Incubator - Consensus Energy

    in Environment

    Steve O'Neil, MSc, has twenty years of professional experience with environmental-related organizations including executive management, adviser, corporate governance, and founding entrepreneur.

    Steve founded Applied Energy Conservation Systems in 2007, which has since become Consensus Energy, a commercial and industrial energy-savings consulting firm based in Atlanta.  

    Mr. O'Neil has served as Executive Director of the Chattanooga Nature Center, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Executive Director of SouthWings based in Asheville, NC, and SE Regional Director of Center for the Restoration of Waters @ Ocean Arks International. 

    Mr. O'Neil has also held Board positions with the Chattanooga Nature Center, the City of Chattanooga’s Climate Action Plan Executive Committee, the Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council,  and the Dogwood Alliance in North Carolina (past Chair).

    Steve holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and a Masters in Environmental Science from University of Dublin, Trinity College, in Dublin. 




  • 01:59

    Hard Starboard Radio: Lynch Mob

    in Politics Conservative

    The Republican Party should welcome Scott Walker's call for a closer examination of evidence for a rational legal immigration policy; Have cultural conservatives barely begun to fight, or will we even be allowed to?; C'mon, my Tea Party friends, did any of you really believe that Senate Republicans wouldn't cave on Loretta Lynch's A-G confirmation?; Why else would Eric "The Red" Holder, a reichsfuhrer who has shown contempt for the law, finally be leaving office?; Obama’s inverted Nixon Doctrine: anointing Iran the ruler and superpower of the Middle East; and the the jihad-genocide of the Armenians that Barack Obama will not speak turns one hundred today.


  • 00:31

    Truth Is Not A Consensus

    in Self Help

    Reality and truth is the same yesterday, today and forever. The dominating consensus or public opinion does not determine truth.

  • 02:52

    The View Up Here from the centre of the storm - the Alberta Election

    in Politics

    On May 5, 2015, Alberta heads to the polls in the most anticipated "unnecessary" election in more than a generation. In 110 years, only four political parties have formed Government in the province. So far every party that has lost power has virtually disappeared from the map.

    Considering this election was not necessary until 2016, Jim Prentice might be reconsidering a bit now. The PC's are in third place after 44 years in power. The New Democrats and the supposed dead Wildrose sit atop polling as they have from the outset of the campaign. There is a much different tone in the air this time around. No more coronations. It's looking like no more same old. General consensus is the higher the turnout, the bigger the loss for Prentice will be.

    We will look at the leaders of the five parties involved. We will look at any major policy goals of each. We will look at the one and only televised debate performances and effects of same. And we will look at the gaffes, leaks, mistakes, feuds, attacks and punditry of the campaign. It is not being discussed openly in media but the results in Alberta could be very influential as Canada heads towards a federal election this October at the latest. Jim Prentice and Brian Jean are both former MP's in Harper's CPC with Prentice far and away having the better of Jean on that score. So what would it tell Canada if the NDP formed government in Alberta of all places, over Emperor's messengers?

    Calls welcome, especially from Albertans! Join us for some insight into the seemingly ending conservative heartland.

  • 00:58


    in Politics Conservative

    Under Obama, rural poverty has slipped off the national agenda as presidential candidates, pundits, and the press focus on the needs of big cities – the very places making the countryside poor. 


    The fate of upstate New York is a small scene in a larger story enveloping rural areas across the United States. As the balance of population shifts to cities, urban elites are increasingly favoring laws and regulations that benefit urban voters over rural ones. The result is the "Detroit-ification" of sparsely populated areas so that the countryside increasingly resembles the inner city. This trend fuels the intense populism and angry politics that has shattered the post-WWII consensus and divided the nation.


    William Tucker is Senior Reporter with the American Media Institute. He is a veteran journalist who has written for the New York Times, Harper's, National Review, WSJ and others.



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