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Guest: Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger....we will look back at the the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo..........
Barry has written and published a multi-part series on the battle, looking at and blasting many of the myths about it.......we will look at Napoleon's life, his rise to the top and eventual collapse.....his last years in prison.....
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Jonathan has vowed revenge after last week's defeat at the hands of Carmela and Chris. This week Jonathan is joined by Marc (who is participating as a contestant for the first time) to take on Chris and his Uncle Chip. Carmela asks the questions in this grudge match.
NOTE: If you are a parent listening with young kids you may want to skip the intro where we talk about Santa Claus.
18 June will be the 200th Anniversary of the battle of Waterloo, fought in present-day Belgium.
Just in time, regular guest to Midrats, John Kuehn has his latest book out, Napoleonic Warfare: The Operational Art of the Great Campaigns where he covers the operational level analysis of European warfare from 1792 to 1815, including the tactics, operations, and strategy of major conflicts of the time.
More than just a description of set piece battle, there is a discussion of naval warfare, maneuver warfare, compound warfare, and counterinsurgency.
We've got him for the full hour ... we should be able to get to most of it.
Dr. John T. Kuehn is the General William Stofft Chair for Historical Research at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He retired from the U.S. Navy 2004 at the rank of commander after 23 years of service as a naval flight officer in EP-3s and ES-3s. He authored Agents of Innovation (2008) and co-authored Eyewitness Pacific Theater (2008) with D.M. Giangreco, as well as numerous articles and editorials and was awarded a Moncado Prize from the Society for Military History in 2011.
His previous book was, A military History of Japan: From the Age of the Samurai to the 21st Century.
When individuals begin a divorce or family law matter, it can be a stressful experience. Many want the moral support from a close friend or family law matter. While this desire is natural in many ways, this episode discusses the risks involved. These risks involves the doctrines of attorney-client privilege, confidentiality and waiver.
This episode is based on an episode on Family Law Headquarters titled: Is it wise to bring another person to an initial consultation?
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When parties are on the verge or have filed for divorced and have children, what to tell the kids is a critical question that many struggle with in terms of what to say and what not to say. In this episode, we talk about this important topic. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters called: What to tel your kids when you are getting divorced?
You can find out more information about this topic by calling 1-855-805-0595 or by calling our Divorce Lawyers in Missouri and Illinois.
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Over the last six years a local independent wrestling company has put smiles on faces of children and entertained adults. SCW Entertainment has raised funds and donations for Burton Center for disabilities and special needs, Toys for Tots, United Way, Red Cross, Autism awareness, Food Bank of Greenwood County, Coronaca & Waterloo fire departments, and several more. SCW has also worked with at risk youth in several different endeavors. More recently, SCW has lost ownership of it's wrestling ring and has been hit with fines that occurred beyond the company's control. We are reluctantly asking for help to keep the doors open in 2016 and beyond. No ring, no show... so we must purchase a new wrestling ring. Secondly, we cannot hold an event in this state while said fines are looming. With all this considered, we are setting a goal of $3,000. We know this may sound like a lot but if everyone chips in a little, we can do this! Let's keep wrestling in Greenwood, let's keep SCW Entertainment alive!
While parties are going through a divorce, it can be much easier for many to focus on the present versus the future. In fousing on the present, parties can often say or do things that can inhibit the ability to have a cordial relelationship with your ex-spouse in the future.
This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: The importance of looking past your divorce. You can find out more information by calling a 1-855-805-0595 or by contacting our divorce lawyers in Kansas City and other areas in Missouri and Illinois.
Most parties who are going through a divorce prefer to settle their case. To settle a divorce, the reality is that parties have to agree on a comprehensive settlement on all issues. For most, they assume this is easy. But in many cases, this is not easy at all.
In this episode, Kirk Stange, from Stange Law Firm, PC, talks about two contested issues that often result in a trial in a divorce. These two issues are child custody disputes and cases where the parties have differing viewpoints on spousal support (also known as maintenance or alimony).
As a follow-up to this episode you can listen to an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Two contested issues that can result in a divorce trial. You can also call 1-855-805-0595 for more information.
One of the most common question many ask when they begin a divorce or family law case is how long their family law case will take? Most want to know because they want a general idea in terms of what to expect. This episode discusses many of the variables that can come into play as it relates to the length of a case.
This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titlted: How long will my case take? You can find out more information on our Missouri and Illinois Divorce and Family Law Webpage or by calling 1-855-805-0595.
Chasaya Sichilima is famed for his smooth silky vocals and unique dance moves, he brings energy and enthusiasm to his shows. His smooth silky vocals take the listener to the Kalindula, Manchancha, and Zambezi heartlands of Zambia. He sings with soul and performs with fiery passion! Chasaya was born in the Copperbelt city of Zambia in Ndola, fondly called the “Friendly City”.He is regarded as one of Zambia’s best singers, songwriters and performers. He has been inspired and influenced by a number of Zambian and foreign artists such as The Witch, Ackim “The Voice” Simukonda, Teddy Chilambe, PK Chishala, Tabu Ley Rochereau, Salif Keita, Lokua Kanza, Luther Vandross and Peabo Bryson, just to name a few. These influences have allowed Chasaya to develop a sound that incorporates rhythm and blues with traditional Zambian folk music. Chasaya made his Canadian debut at Afrofest 2003.
Chasaya has played in England, the US, Zambia and Canada. A new face on the Kitchener-Waterloo music scene, he has already headlined the “Our World Festival of Music” at Kitchener City Hall and the “African – Canadian Association of Waterloo Region Area” Black History Month Celebration of 2011, at the Registry Theatre. A two-time nominee of Canada’s prestigious Jack Richardson Award for World Music, he is a past winner of the Cuban Salsa Dance Championships in the UK
It is vital that an attorney and client communicate effecitvely regarding their family law matter. In this episode, we will discuss some tips for effective communication with an attorney.
To find out more on this topic, you can read an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: How to keep communication effecitve with your attorney?
For more information, you can call us at 1-855-805-0595. You can also contact as at Missouri and Illinois Family Lawyers.