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For this episode of A Reel Point Of View, we'll be having a general discussion about the state of films regarding Abraham Lincoln and his assassination. Focusing on how films have treated the man Abraham Lincoln and how films have treated the assassination; and their quality (or the absence of such films). While in our examination, not failing to mention notable films like "The Conspirator", or "Young Abraham Lincoln" and Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" or even "Birth of a Nation"; we'll also attempt to talk about how film treatments of Lincoln have changed over the history of film, i.e. improvements, shortcomings, etc., and maybe what we'd like to see in any future films about Lincoln.
Custer's Luck host Jean Barto shares the second half of General Grant's monologue on April 10th at Appomattox; outlines George Armstrong Custer's activities immediately following Appomattox; and ends the show by discussing President Abraham Lincoln's assassination and death in 1865, and her own visit to the Peterson House during the early morning hours of April 15, 2015.
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WHEN THE WINDS BLOW
“Years ago a farmer owned land along the Atlantic seacoast. He constantly advertised for hired hands. Most people were reluctant to work on farms along the Atlantic. They dreaded the awful storms that raged across the ocean, wreaking havoc on the buildings and crops. As the farmer interviewed applicants for the job, he received a steady stream of refusals.
Finally, a short, thin man, well past middle age, approached the farmer. "Are you a good farmhand?" the farmer asked him.
"Well, I can sleep when the wind blows," answered the little man.
Although puzzled by this answer, the farmer, desperate for help, hired him. The little man worked well around the farm, busy from dawn to dusk, and the farmer felt satisfied with the man's work.
Then one night the wind howled loudly in from offshore. Jumping out of bed, the farmer grabbed a lantern and rushed next door to the hired hand's sleeping quarters. He shook the little man and yelled, "Get up! A storm is coming! Tie things down before they blow away!" (LISTEN TO THE SHOW FOR THE REST OF THE STORY)
Trust impacts us 24/7, 365 days a year. It undergirds and affects the quality of every relationship, every communication, every work project, every business venture, every effort in which we are engaged. It changes the quality of every present moment and alters the trajectory and outcome of every future moment of our lives—both personally and professionally.
In business, trust is established through reputation. Jesus has been our “brand” for some years and we still have trouble being an unpaid advertiser for Him. Do we distribute Christ’s trust in the marketplace? Look at EBAY…millions of people trust complete strangers EVERY year.
In the spirit of turnabout is fair play, Heather Bussing, editor of the HRExaminer, interviews John Sumser on the research projects at Key Interval.
We last spoke with Denise Basow MD at HiMSS 2013 in NOLA. When I spotted her in the Wolters Kluwer Health booth scurrying from meeting to meeting I chose ask if we could get an update since the last chat.
Fortunately she consented. Here my colleague Douglas Goldstein @efuturist gets up to date with @UpToDate.
Produced by Gregg A. Masters, MPH @2healthguru for Health Innovation Media. Audio version only. Video to be available here.
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John Lennon's vivacious, witty, and wonderful sound engineer at the Record Plant, Dennis Ferrante, stopped by the studio to talk with Jude Southerland Kessler the week after the passing of the lovely Cynthia Lennon. And in the sad events of that week, his interview (which is AMAZING and so funny! and so honest!!!) didn't get the attention it deserved. Many of you have mentioned that you missed it and would like to have it re-run. So, here it is! Grab a Coke or a cuppa and settle in. Dennis will delight you from the moment he starts speaking until the hour ends (too soon for my taste). He is brilliant!
Scheduled with the author, Jack Ross, of "The Socialist Party of America: A Complete History."
Based on archival research, Jack Ross’s study challenges the orthodoxies of both sides of the historiographical debate as well as assumptions about the Socialist Party in historical memory. Ross similarly covers the related emergence of neoconservatism and other facets of contemporary American politics and assesses some of the more sensational charges from the right about contemporary liberalism and the “radicalism” of Barack Obama.
“Jack Ross has performed a prodigious and provocative feat of recovery and historical interpretation. In Ross’s telling, the Socialist Party of America is not just a dreary dress rehearsal for Cold War liberalism or neoconservatism but rather, at its best, a living, breathing embodiment of populist American radicalism.”—Bill Kauffman, author of Ain’t My America: The Long, Noble History of Antiwar Conservatism and Middle-American Anti-Imperialism
“Not only does Jack Ross cover the history of the [Socialist Party of America] and its leading adherents, he also offers an analysis of socialism’s rise, decline, and persistence as a marginal movement in the United States that is more complete and original than that of any other scholars of the political left. . . . This history deserves the attention and respect of every reader.”—Melvyn Dubofsky, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of history and sociology at Binghamton University, SUNY, and coauthor of John L. Lewis: A Biography
Hosts Mimi Kennedy and Judy Hess are joined by progressive leaders to discuss progressive politics, American politics, culture, faith, demographics, social justice, economic justice, justice, social change, candidates, elections, policy, Congress, and more!
Today's special guest: John Nichols, The Nation writer and MSNBC Contributor
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On this week's program, host Doug Field is live in the studio for an update on all things health care consumerism. Doug will be joined by two special guests, John Young and Ron Bachman, two thought leaders in health care consumerism and trusted advisors to The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism.
The first guest on this week's show will be John Young, chief executive officer of Consumerdriven, LLC. From his perspective as a leading consulting on all things health care consumerism, John will be discussing growth in the private exchange market and how the entire health care ecosystem is adapting to consumerism trends.
For the second segment on this morning's program, Ron Bachman, chairman of the Editorial Advisory Board at The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism, will be calling-in to give his outlook on what's next in health care consumerism. Ron will also be discussing his upcoming workshops at the 2015 FORUM & Expo, the Certified in HealthCare Consumerism (CHCC) program, future IHC University initiatives and pending compliance concerns for industry stakeholders.
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