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Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder discuss all things Sochi Olympics in their latest Gospel of Hockey, including the two high-stakes USA-Canada matchups occuring this week. They talk about what surprised them in the men's and women's tournaments, ask if the NHL will be back in 2018 and predict the conclusion to the world-class action.
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Tim and Nolan, will discuss the political topics of the day. No topic is off limits, no punches are pulled, and nothing is sacred. We will relate the issues of today to our constitution and current laws. We will cut through all the political talking points and spin, to have real debate.
This time Nolan and Tim talk about the Sochi Olympics in russia and various other tangents from that topic. Fun for all
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With all eyes on the Sochi Olympics and the very real threat of terrorism by so-called “Black Widows,” Wednesday, February 5, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds talks to Anne Speckhard, Ph.D world renowned expert on the psychology of terrorism and author of Talking to Terrorists: Understanding the Psycho-Social Motivations of Militant Jihadi Terrorists, Mass Hostage Takers, Suicide Bombers & “Martyrs”. While many might call themselves “terrorism experts,” Dr. Speckhard has done what most have not: She has talked to terrorists, interviewing over four hundred terrorists, suicide bombers, terrorist supporters, family members, close associates and hostages investigating what puts individuals on the terrorist trajectory and what might also take them back off it.
Dr. Speckhard has been working in the field of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) since the 1980’s. She has provided expert consultation to European and Middle Eastern governments as well as to NATO, OSCE and the U.S. Department of Defense regarding programs for prevention and rehabilitation of individuals committed to political violence and militant jihad. In 2006-2007 she worked with the U.S. Department of Defense to design and pilot test the Detainee Rehabilitation Program in Iraq.
The Winter Olympics in Sochi kicked off in grand fashion, but one of the biggest stories was the dysfunctional preparations for the Games. Huge spending, unfinished hotel rooms, dirty water, stray dogs and reports of widespread graft were just some of the issues reported by visitors. What does this say about the merits of command-and-control governments like those of Vladimir Putin? What's even more disturbing is that Barack Obama to emulate that model. We will discuss.
Tonight we will talking about the stray dog situation over in Sochi. Jeff will be playing a recorded interview he did yesterday with a US Olympics official that has been over there and has first hand information on the stray dog population. Mike Jaquet will share his views on the situation and offer some insights from his perspective and the perspective of the olympic athletes.
Tune in tonight at 7pm ET for a quick one hour show...
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Mike and Flo discuss Derek Jeter’s final days as a Yankee and a professional baseball player and preview the MLB Postseason on Fanatic Radio. Texas track sensation Myles Marshall is our Weekly Conversation as he describes his gold medal at the Youth Olympics in the 800m, his philosophy on staying at the top of his game and his motivation from his two US Olympic track and field parents. Also Gabriel Wittosch talks about tasting world championship gold in the unique sport of fly-fishing, traveling to Poland to compete among the best in the world and how diverse the fishing community really is.
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SwCA Episode 193: My Life Is More Awesome Than I Ever Dreamed! I Am Grateful But Also Feel Guilty. H
SHOW NOTES: This specific episode is, "My Life Is More Awesome Than I Ever Dreamed! I Am Grateful But Also Feel Guilty. Help!"
Wow. We have so much in our lives that has surpassed our dreams and goals! Our work (paid and/or volunteer), our community of caring (family and friends), our daily joy. We discuss in this show that some people will have a moment of clarity when they look around and realize how far they have surpassed their goals. (The “I really did it” moment!) Other people have a very specific predefined goal and events related thereto (first day of public trading of their firm, standing on the stand at the Olympics receiving a medal, at their wedding, their child’s first day of school, hitting one million dollars in sales, etc.).
I share in the show that I never had a specific singular predefined goal. In the past few years I have looked around and realized, I am living the dream! My work is more exciting, challenging, rewarding and fulfilling than I ever imagined. My community of caring is filled with authentic people that I respect and trust. My physical surroundings (homes, etc.) are beautiful. I have the resources to do what I feel like doing when I feel like doing it. I rarely have an unpleasant person in my life that I ‘have to put up with’ and I am containing to add more layers of resources to my financial independence.
I wake up 99% of the time (except for when I am sick or something horrendous happens in life) really excited about the upcoming day. I dance around in the morning when I rise in celebration of the new day! I can’t wait to see what happens!
How did this happen?
1) I have had numerous specific goals that I have relentlessly pursued.
2) I n
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