Show 316 - The Day of the Dove
1 hr
Politically-related violence in the U.S. heats up as talk of "Civil War" goes mainstream. What would a "Civil War" in the U.S. even look like? Dan has some thoughts on this and ways to potentially avoid such a fate.
History on Fire
History on Fire
Daniele Bolelli
EPISODE 67 Ripples of History
“If I knew the way, I would take you home.”  From the song Ripple by the Grateful Dead  “The only thing that will redeem mankind is cooperation.” Bertrand Russell  “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” Michael Jordan  “A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” Tao Te Ching  In most fields, we are taught that people in your same profession are your competitors, and you need to do whatever you can to prevent them from rising above you. In podcasting I found the opposite attitude—people helping each other out and doing whatever possible to facilitate things for other podcasters in the same field. In this spirit, today we’ll do something unique: six history podcasters cooperating, with each one tackling a segment, to create a super-episode together. As the host, yours truly will get the ball rolling setting the theme and offering some examples of ‘historical ripples’—events that end up having unforeseen consequences years, or decades, or centuries after they take place. Alexander Rader Von Sternberg (History Impossible) will chat about how a man who died feeling like he had failed to make his mark in history ended up—possibly more than any other—shaping the culture of several Asian civilizations. CJ Killmer (Dangerous History) will tackle the Bacon’s Rebellion and its ramifications. Sebastian Major (Our Fake History) will play with the myth and lasting impact of Homer’s telling of the Trojan War. Sam Davis (Inward Empire) will be discussing the impact of Henry David Thoreau’s essay Civil Disobedience on the Civil Rights Movement about a century later. And Darryl Cooper (Martyrmade) will make a case for the Japanese origin for suicide bombings in the Middle East.
2 hr 55 min
Law Abiding Biker | Street Biker Motorcycle Podcast
Law Abiding Biker | Street Biker Motorcycle Podcast
Ryan Urlacher | Street Biker, Motorcycle Rider
LAB-255-Where is Harley-Davidson Headed in 2020? Changing Times!
Official Website: https://www.lawabidingbiker.com Harley-Davidson recently announced they will not be releasing the Bronx Streetfighter as promised later this year. Remember, this was the street racer style bike that was supposed to have the new liquid-cooled Revolution Max engine with 117 HP and 70 pound-foot of torque. Harley says the Streetfighter won't release next year either and won't comment on whether the Streetfighter will ever be released at this point. See my YouTube video titled: New Harley CEO Jochen Zeitz Making Emergency Changes! Sales Plummeting!! SUPPORT US AND SHOP IN THE OFFICIAL LAW ABIDING BIKER STORE Harley says its immediate new product focus in 2021 will be on the launch of the Pan America, Harley's first adventure touring motorcycle and I’m actually very curious about this bike, as I also love adventure riding. But, I’ve said it before; If this bike is overpriced like the Livewire was when it was released, it will likely be a flop. CHECK OUT OUR HUNDREDS OF FREE HELPFUL VIDEOS ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND SUBSCRIBE! Harley continues to struggle here in 2020 and there are reports that 50 dealerships have closed or are in the process of closing and that “significantly more” will shut their doors this year. In July, Harley announced a five-year strategic plan after the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a $92 million loss in the three months through June, with motorcycle sales plummeting 27%. This new overhaul includes vast changes to Harley’s operating model, updated motorcycles, new products, and a focus on accessories and general merchandise. We talk about this and a whole bunch more, so listen in to this podcast episode for all the details. New Free Video Mentioned: * New Harley CEO Jochen Zeitz Making Emergency Changes! Sales Plummeting!! Sponsor-Ciro 3D * CLICK HERE! * Innovative products for Harley-Davidson & Goldwing * Affordable chrome, lighting, and comfort products * Ciro 3D has a passion for design and innovation Sponsor-RickRak * CLICK HERE * The Ultimate Motorcycle Luggage Rack Solution * Forget those messy straps and bungee cords * Go strapless with a RickRak quick attach luggage system & quality bag Sponsor-Butt Buffer * CLICK HERE * Want to ride longer? * Tired of a sore and achy ass? * Then fix it with a high-quality Butt Buffer seat cushion? New Patrons: * Ron Israel of Arlington, WA * Corey Bloom of Junction City, Kansas * Allen Stribling of College Park, Georgia * Joe Tenne of Alexandria, VA * Anthony Jackson of Vancleave, Mississippi * Scott LeVin of Littleton, CO * Nick Harding of Grest Linford, Great Britain * Kerry McCallum of Gaithersburg, Maryland * Kenneth Stumberg of Las Vegas, New Mexico If you appreciate the content we put out and want to make sure it keeps on coming your way then become a Patron too! There are benefits and there is no risk. Thanks to the following bikers for supporting us via a flat donation: * Stephen Cooper * Michael Watson of Evansville, Indiana * William Cone of Spartanburg, South Carolina ________________________________________________________ FURTHER INFORMATION: Official Website: _http://www.LawAbidingBiker.com_ Email & Voicemail: _http://www.LawAbidingBiker.com/Contact_ Podcast Hotline Phone: 509-731-3548 Facebook: _https://www.facebook.com/lawabidingbiker_ Twitter: _https://twitter.com/LawAbidingBiker_
1 hr 11 min
History Impossible
History Impossible
Alexander von Sternberg
Infinitesimal Impossibilities 02: The Mad Madame of New Orleans
History Impossible is back sooner than some may have anticipated for another installment of the Infinitesimal Impossibilities series, this time recorded in the spirit (and in the last hours) of Halloween 2020.   This time, we cover a story that takes place in early 19th century New Orleans. It begins with a fire, or rather perhaps concludes with one. A large mansion whose hosts had been entertaining guests, catches fire from its upstairs kitchen. As people pour into the streets to watch the blaze, they see one of the slaves screaming from an upstairs window before she is engulfed in flames.   When the fire brigade arrives, they demand to enter the premises to put out the remaining flames and check for survivors. The owner of the home, a Madame Delphine LaLaurie, and her husband, Dr. LaLaurie, wave away such suggestions. The fire brigade nevertheless gets their wish and enters the home, searching for survivors. After breaking open a secret door, the horrors they encounter on the other side beggar belief.   Just as they discover the secret room, Dr. and Madame LaLaurie are spirited away in a carriage, never to be seen again.   Who was Madame LaLaurie? Who was her husband, the good doctor? What was found behind the secret door? To where did this couple from the cream of the New Orleans high society crop disappear? Why did people come to believe the rebuilt mansion and its grounds were haunted? How much of the stories spun about the Mad Madame, as she came to be known, are even true? How does Nicolas Cage fit into all this? This will all be answered and more in this next installment of Infinitesimal Impossibilities.   History Impossible has been made possible by the following generous supporters on Patreon and PayPal: * Elias Borota * Matthew Dakus * Kyle Dillon * Gavin Edwards * Peter Hauck * Devin Hreha * Mike Kalnins * Benjamin Lee * Tyler Livingston  * Jose Martinez * Mike Mayleben * Judy McCoid * Kostas Moros * Molly Pan * Jake Petersen * John Pisano * Edmund Plamowski * Brian Pritzl * PJ Rader * Alison Salo * Sam * Emily Schmidt * Steve Uhler * Ricky Worthey
1 hr 18 min
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