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  1. Dogs, Drugs, and the Mafia  |  Ricochet

    The Remnant with Jonah GoldbergEp. 20: Dogs, Drugs, and the Mafia

    February 2, 2018

    11 COMMENTS Bloomberg View columnist Megan McArdle joins Jonah in the latest Remnant to offer a sensible libertarian’s perspective on whether dogs are Marxist, whether drugs should be legalized, whether libertarians should be classified by their preferred subway stop, and whether you should go to that party or not.Subscribe to The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg in iTunes (and leave a 5-star review, please!), or by RSS feed. For all our podcasts in one place, subscribe to the Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed in iTunes or by RSS feed.

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  2. Hitchens on Orwell

    Christopher Hitchens talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about George Orwell. Drawing on his book Why Orwell Matters, Hitchens talks about Orwell’s opposition to imperialism, fascism, and Stalinism, his moral courage, and his devotion to language. Along the way, Hitchens makes the case for why Orwell matters.

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  3. Student QA: Getting Hired in Agile with Rachel Howard - LeadingAgileLeadingAgile

    In this episode of SoundNotes, LeadingAgile’s Chief Cultural Officer, Rachel Howard, joins Dave Prior to answer some of the “getting a job” related questions that are frequently asked during the CSM and CSPO classes Dave teaches for LeadingAgile. The topics covered in the interview include: How to get a job if you have little (or no) experience in Scrum, How to make the move from being a team member to being an Agile Coach, as well as some general tips about interviewing at Agile Consulting Companies.

    Show Notes

    00:08 Interview Starts

    00:30 Rachel’s role at Leading Agile

    02:33 The surprising thing about trying to establish culture in a virtual organization like LeadingAgile

    05:56 Mike’s question – If you are new to Scrum, how to you get over the “minimum experience in Scrum hurdle”

    09:46 Finding ways to apply Agile outside of work to get some experience with using the practices

    10:48 Why “They won’t let me do Agile here” is not an excuse for not doing it at your current job

    11:54 The value of certifications when you are looking for a job in Agile

    17:23 If you are applying for a job in Agile and don’t have a basic certification like CSM or CSPO

    18:13 Transitioning from working on teams to being an Agile Coach

    19:40 Is it better to stay at one job for a long time, or jump around to get different experiences?

    20:26 Do you need a coaching certification to be an Agile Coach?

    21:26 Advice from Rachel on interviewing: Stuff you should research/know before interviewing for a job at an Agile Consulting company

    23:00 The importance of finding a company that matches best with your own personal mission

    26:05 How to reach Rachel with additional questions or to find out about working at LeadingAgile

    Contacting Rachel:

    You can reach Rachel via email at:

    Contacting Dave

    You can reach Dave:

    On the LeadingAgile site:

    On Twitter at

    On his personal site at:


    If you have comments on the podcast, or have questions for the LeadingAgile coaches that you’d like to have addressed in a future episode of LeadingAgile’s SoundNotes, you can reach Dave at

    LeadingAgile CSM and CSPO Classes

    For information on LeadingAgile’s upcoming public CSM and CSPO classes, please go to:

    Use the discount code: LA_Podcast to receive a 15% discount on the class.


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  4. 3/1/17 Brian McGlinchey on Saudi Arabia’s sneaky lobbying against 9/11 lawsuit legislation - The Libertarian Institute

    Scott Horton is Managing Director of The Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, podcasts the Scott Horton Show from this site and and is Opinion Editor of Scott has conducted more than 4,000 interviews since 2003. He is a fan of, but no relation to the lawyer from Harper’s. Scott lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, investigative reporter Larisa Alexandrovna.

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  5. Episode 757 - Sam Quinones — WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

    On the eve of the U.S. Presidential Election, you owe it to yourself to hear this conversation between Marc and journalist Sam Quinones. Sam’s travels in Mexico and his curiosity about the epidemic of opiate addiction in America led him to discover how cheap heroin production, pain management proliferation, impeccable marketing and unfettered capitalism combined to create a crisis that is at the heart of modern American dysfunction. This episode is sponsored by Sonos, and Squarespace.


    Tagged with sam quinones

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  6. 15: How a Side Project Becomes a Full Time Gig, with Mike Vardy

    As bloggers, we’re passionate about so many things. But when one of those things takes over our brains, we want that side hustle to turn into a full time gig as quickly as possible. Often times, our dream becomes our reality… but it may not look like we planned. In this conversation, Mike talks about why a business owner needs both intention and attention to get to their dream, what it means to go deep instead of wide in your work, and what happens at the intersection of freedom, fortune, and fame.

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  7. Art Of Meaningful Work | Building A Life That Matters: 28: Mike Vardy, productivity strategist, on how to quit your job, build a community, and start a business.

    If you find this show valuable, I would really appreciate it if you would fill out a short listener survey at: — In this episode, we have Mike Vardy, The Productivityist, on deck. You will hear his story on how he quit his job, built a community, and became an entrepreneur. On top of that, we talk about parenting, productivity, wrestling, entrepreneurship challenges, and aeropress. If there was one episode that “had it all”, this one would be it! Enjoy! You can find Mike at: and And you can let me know what you learned from the show at hello [at]

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  8. 167: “Lawyer Up” With David Sparks - Business Attorney

    Recorded August 2, 2016TOPICS:

    This week, Command Control Power welcome David Sparks, business attorney to discuss the importance of running your IT practice with proper legal documentation. David Sparks is an Orange County, California business attorney and a geek. David is a podcaster, blogger, and author of MacSparky Field Guides who writes about finding the best tools, hardware, and workflows for using Apple products to get work done. David also writes for Macworld Magazine and is a professional speaker on technology.

    You can listen to David’s podcast on the Relay.FM Network-Mac Power Users - his new show with Jason Snell -  Free Agents - can find David Sparks on the internet at his website - http://macsparky.comand on Twitter @macsparky

    For professional legal business, David can be contacted at Sparks Law   

    • Enjoy Command Control Power and want more commercial free programs? Please visit our Patreon Page where you can support Command Control Power and help us bring you more commercial free programming.Thanks to all our Contributors: Kevin Ginger, kGinger Consulting - Weldon Dodd - Rewind Tech -Mats Schwieger - envision design, llc - Adam Rice -  Daniel Escobar, Proactechs - JD Strong, Strong Solutions - Luis Giraldo, Ook and MonkeyBoxAnd thanks to our other wonderful supporters who chose to donate without any reward.

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