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The 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War is upon us. When the Austro- Hungarian armies army crossed the Serbian border on August 10th, 1914, the peoples of Europe, who had enjoyed the longest consecutive period of peace in 1,000 years were entirely unaware that their lives and the civilization they had built would soon be consumed in a conflagration that would sweep away it away. Lost in time and obscured by the even more catastrophic events of the Second World War, the Great War nevertheless provided a watershed in world history as nations, monarchies, empires and long venerated institutions came tumbling down, leaving ruins which it would take nearly 75 years to rebuild. What were the causes of this catastrophe? What were the consequences for the West and how relevant are the lessons of that First World War to our contemporary world? . These and other issues will be addressed by this important AFA Conference of the Air featuring Sean McMeekin ( author of July 1914); Douglas Bardow ( Cato Institute); Diana West (author of Death of the Grown Up); David Pryce Jones ( author of The Closed Circle) and Richard Weikart ( author of Darwin to Hitler)
Tina Tessina is a licensed psychotherapist in Southern California with 30 years’ experience in counseling individuals and couples. Known on the Web as Dr. Romance, Tina is also the author of 13 books in 16 languages, including "Money, Sex and Kids: Stop Fighting About the Three Things That Can Ruin Your Marriage", "Dr. Romance’s Guide to Dating In the Digital Age", and "The Real 13th Step: Discovering Confidence, Self-Reliance and Independence Beyond the 12-Step Programs". Join us for this important interview to learn how to become more indiependent and self-reliant in the recovery process.
#176: Amy Tudor, Head Coach, Western Kentucky University Softball, visits The Coach Roges Show, for the first time to talk about the state of the Lady Toppers and preview upcoming games against Conference USA foe Florida Atlantic. This season, Western Kentucky is led by two Sr's both transfers from IPFW. Miranda Kramer has really been everything for the team inside the circle season, earning her third consecutive C-USA Pitcher of the Week last week, while OF Larissa Franklin has shown her ability at the plate and in the field. Franklin is also a member of the Canadian National Team and will be on Team Canada in Toronto for the 2015 Pan American Games. Four SR's total moved from IPFW to WKU this season. WKU Twitter, Amy Tudor Softball Camps
RODNEY MARTIN VS LUKE FORD
“Are Jews Good for Western Civilization”
Tuesday October 14, 2014
8PM ET Moderated by Robert Stark – The Stark Truth Radio
Simulcast on the American Nationalist Network
With commentary and reaction after the debate
The fallout from Tom Sunic’s appearance at a Jewish Community Center and Rodney Martin’s vocal opposition to the event resulted in a lot of questions.
Why should White Ethno Nationalists engage with Jews?
Should Ethno Nationalists seek common ground with Jews?
Has cooperation with Jews been a positive for Ethno Nationalists in Europe?
Jews as the root cause of Western Cultural decline.
Are Jews just as problematic as other foreign elements?
“Are Jews good for Western Civilization?”
The Jewish Question will be debated Live between ANA Chairman Rodney Martin and prominent Orthodox Jewish Blogger Luke Ford.
#176: Amy Tudor, Head Coach, Western Kentucky University Softball, vists The Coach Roges Show, for the first time to talk about the state of the Lady Toppers and preview upcoming games against Conference USA foe Florida Atlantic. This season, Western Kentucky is led by two Sr's both transfers from IPFW. Miranda Kramer has really been everything for the team inside the circle season, earning her third consecutive C-USA Pitcher of the Week last week, while OF Larissa Franklin has shown her ability at the plate and in the field. Franklin is also a member of the Canadian National Team and will be on Team Canada in Toronto for the 2015 Pan American Games. Four SR's total moved from IPFW to WKU this season. Western Kentucky University Twitter
As we face an existential threat from Iran, Susan Rice calls Netanyahu’s speech “destructive”. Susan E. Rice, President Obama’s national security adviser, sharply criticized Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Tuesday over his plans to address a joint meeting of Congress, saying his actions had hurt his nation’s relationship with the United States.
The petulant president refused to meet with the Prime Minister or to even watch the speech. A number of Democrats boycotted, which was a blessing because demand for tickets was about ten times higher than supply. People intuitively understood that this speech would be consequential, unlike Obama’s endless blathering. When Netanyahu speaks, he does so with clarity and purpose.
Avi Davis is the President of the American Freedom Alliance, the editor of The Intermediate Zone whose work has appeared in hundreds of papers and periodicals throughout the world including the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Australian and regularly in The American Thinker.
Tags: Netanyahu, Obama, Churchill, Neville Chamberlain, Israel, Jews, Iran, nuclear, Kerry, Democrat, Boehner, Republican, Congress, mullahs, Islam, Muslim, nuke, centrifuge, bomb, Tehran, sanctions, ISIS
With the regular season finished, the NBA Playoffs are set to get under way on Saturday. The seeds are set, and we'll go through each first round matchup in both conferences. Outside of Golden State, does any team seem to have an easy matchup in its opening series? With how loaded the Western Conference is, it seems like anything is possible outside of the Warriors advancing.
In the Eastern Conference, the Atlanta Hawks may have the top spot, but the Cleveland Cavaliers have been the better team overall since the All Star break. Do the LeBron-led Cavs have a sweep in front of them in the Boston Celtics? Outside of Atlanta and Cleveland in the first round, like the West, anything seems possible.
Ashu Desai, our latest guest on IT Life Radio thinks college computer science programs are failing their students. He's founded a new kind of school to make the next generation of software developers that he thinks is more cost effective, faster, and most importantly, makes better developers than traditional IT programs from four year universities.
Ashu thinks that developers aren't getting enough hands on experience or managing enough projects in college, and that the teachers they get are more interested in research than teaching. Desai knows first-hand. He dropped out of a college program himself when he realized he had learned far more from designing his own app than he was learning in school. After a few successful years as an IT pro, he decided to fix the problems he has seen. He founded Make School.
According to Desai, Make School is designed to work more like a startup than a school. The "campus" looks like any office of a San Francisco startup. And the students spend part of their day in lectures and part of the day working on projects of their own. In other words, they get the startup experience. They've only had one class so far, but most of those folks are working and some are making well above the average salary for developers coming out of college and they're doing it in less time.
The kicker? There is no tuition. Make School has a different business plan. Instead of taking money from you before you've made any they defer the tuition and then take a percentage of your salary in your first years after they get you a job. No job? No tuition.
Ashu Desai is one of the founders of Make School, a university replacement for computer science. He attended UCLA to study computer science before dropping out to join Y Combinator and found Make School in hopes of improving computer science education.
Friday, April 24, 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the deportations in Western Turkey which resulted in the genocide of the Armenian people. Over the next nine months nearly 1.5 million men, women and children were either brutally murdered, starved to death or else forced to march across a parched desert to their almost certain extinction, by Turkish gendarmes and their accomplices at the behest of the Turkish government. This event, one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th Century, has been recalled in countless books , articles and documentaries and its veracity is without question. Yet to this day, the Turkish government refuses to recognize this massive human rights crime, let alone apologize for it and most world governments have stonewalled any attempt to build a universal recognition of the events of those months. This conference will seek to investigate the motivations behind the genocide, the extent of the massacres and the reasons the world has largely failed the memory of the innocent victims.
This will be a show about the multiple crisis that are confronting the Western world and how there will be more to come. More will come with brutality and unheard viciousness as it breaks the power and wealth of the anglo power structure and bring them to poverty, want, and distress!
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