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Conservative Minds

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Conservative Minds

Corey Astill and Kyle Sammin

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Welcome to Conservative Minds – a podcast about conservative ideas and thinkers. We explore what it means to call yourself a conservative, where conservatism has been, and where it's going. Each week, we select readings and conduct a discussion to share with you our investigation. Join the conversation by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter at @consminds.
 
Mark Mezadourian is an intuitive specializing in connecting with Angels and Masters. He created the nine week Daily OM course "Angelic Infusions: Live the Truth of Who You Are", as well as other audio programs. Mark also offers private Angel Readings, workshops and weekly Angel Circles. For more information or to download free meditations, please visit: www.markmezadourian.com
 
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A Day a Week

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A Day a Week

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A podcast of sorts consisting of weekly readings of articles by SoG Dorothy Day, Peter Maurin, and writings of the Church Fathers on the Social Kingship of Christ, the life of penance and reparation of sins, and love of Christ.
 
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The Weekly Vibe

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The Weekly Vibe

The Weekly Vibe

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Laurissa Heller and Deb Kabin co-hosts of The Weekly Vibe, talk about Life with their listeners-through astrology, relationships, and current events. Compelling Guests, Rich & Lively Conversation, Deep Spiritual Questions & Discussion, Readings & Divine Living always with a touch of Laughter, Fun & Chutzpah wrapped in one hour shows!
 
Beginnings is the second installment of the six volumes of Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience program. Beginnings takes the reader on a new and unique journey through the first five books of the Bible, the Pentateuch. From Genesis through Deuteronomy, Beginnings provides the reader with enjoyable and impactful readings. The end result is a Bible developed for the purpose of being read and understood, not referred to. Beginnings is a new way to interact with God’s Word. Beginnings delivers ...
 
Messiah is the first of six volumes of Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience program. Messiah takes the reader on a new and unique journey through every book of the New Testament. Each part of Messiah begins with one of the Gospels, and together combine to provide the reader with enjoyable and impactful readings all centered on Jesus. The end result is a Bible developed for the purpose of being read and understood, not referred to. Messiah is a new way to interact with God’s Word. Messiah de ...
 
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Celebrating one year of PTAC's Audio Drama Series! We are returning to our roots with some spooky stories for the month of October. Today, we are pleased to present Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart. This episode was directed, edited, and narrated by Gina Stanton. This episode is also available on our website at www.phoenixtheatreartsco.com/aud…
 
Celebrating one year of PTAC's Audio Drama Series! We are returning to our roots with some spooky stories for the month of October. Today, we are pleased to present Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven. This episode was directed and edited by Gina Stanton, and features the vocal talents of David Neilsen. This episode is also available on our website at www.…
 
We are pleased to present Autumn Poetry. This episode was curated, directed, and edited by Gina Stanton. This week's episode features the vocal talents of Jenna Isabella, Amanda Booth, Sean Latasa, Emma Burke-Covitz, Devin Trager, Judy Brewster, and Mike Stanton This episode is also available on our website at www.phoenixtheatreartsco.com/audio-dra…
 
We are pleased to present the fourth part of our first LIVE recorded series! This week, we are sharing Act Four of Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband, part of PTAC Goes Wilde. This episode was recorded with all of our actors live, reading the script together. This episode was adapted by Phil Pineau, directed by Jenna Isabella & Gina Stanton, and edited…
 
We are pleased to present the third part of our first LIVE recorded series! This week, we are sharing Act Three of Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband, part of PTAC Goes Wilde. This episode was recorded with all of our actors live, reading the script together. This episode was adapted by Phil Pineau, directed by Jenna Isabella & Gina Stanton, and edited…
 
We are pleased to present the second part of our first LIVE recorded series! This week, we are sharing Act Two of Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband, part of PTAC Goes Wilde. This episode was recorded with all of our actors live, reading the script together. This episode was adapted by Phil Pineau, directed by Jenna Isabella & Gina Stanton, and edited …
 
We are pleased to present our first LIVE recorded episode! This week, we are sharing Act of of Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband, part of PTAC Goes Wilde. This episode was recorded with all of our actors live, reading the script together. This episode was adapted by Phil Pineau, directed by Jenna Isabella & Gina Stanton, and edited by Gina Stanton. Th…
 
Hello friends!! This week, we are thrilled to share a collection of Summer Poetry, curated, directed, and edited by Gina Stanton. This week's episode features the vocal talents of Kym Smith, Devin Trager, Jenna Isabella, Jennifer Wallace, Gina Stanton, and PTAC newcomer, Mike Stanton. This episode is available on our website at www.phoenixtheatrear…
 
We are pleased to share with you two stories from L. Frank Baum's American Fairy Tales! This week's episode features "The King of the Polar Bears" and "The Capture of Father Time," adapted & directed by Phil Pineau, and edited by Gina Stanton. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth, John Isabella III, Phil Pineau, Ken Shelby, Ryan Snanoudj,…
 
We are pleased to share with you two stories from L. Frank Baum's American Fairy Tales! This week's episode features "The Glass Dog" and the "Magic Bon Bons," adapted & directed by Phil Pineau, and edited by Gina Stanton. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth, Gina Stanton, Sam Steere, John Isabella III, Phil Pineau, and Jenna Isabella. Th…
 
This week's episode will bring our Secret Garden saga to a conclusion. Don't miss the 5th and final part of: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth, Gina Stanton, Devin Trager, Emma Burke-Covitz, Judy Bre…
 
Take a break from your gardening and yard work and relax with this classic tale! We're so happy to share part 4 of our 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth, Gina Stanton, Devin Trager, Em…
 
Crazy to think that it's already the first week in May! We're so happy to share part 3 of our 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth, Gina Stanton, Devin Trager, Emma Burke-Covitz, Judy Bre…
 
Scruton argues that conservatism starts from a sentiment that good things are easily destroyed but not easily created. We have collectively inherited good things that we must strive to keep. Further, democray needs boundaries to flourish. A shared identity - territory, culture, language - is a prerequisite for the politics of compromise.…
 
Good morning dear listeners! We're delighted to share part 2 of our 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth as Mary Lennox, Gina Stanton as Martha Sowerby, Devin Trager as Dickon Sowerby, Em…
 
On this lovely spring day, we are thrilled to share part 1 of our new 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth as Mary Lennox, Gina Stanton as Martha Sowerby, Devin Trager as Dickon Sowerby, …
 
Special Guest - Josh Lewis, host of Saving Elephants Podcast: https://www.savingelephantsblog.com/podcast This volume edited by Frank Meyer offers a collection of essays from conservative luminaries, including Russell Kirk, F.A. Hayek, and William F. Buckley, Jr. Josh joins us to discuss the current and future state of conservatism.…
 
We are very excited to share the second and final part of an original adaptation of Greek mythology, from the Siblings Isabella! This episode was written, directed, and edited by Jenna Isabella & John Isabella III. It features the vocal talents of Kym Smith, David Neilsen, Nicole McQuade, Ryan Snanoudj, Rachel Zenhausern, Kevin Arthur, Leslie Bacon…
 
Reading the Left from a conservative perspective series Marcuse argues that technology creates new forms of social control. Consumer culture creates false needs that distract from reality and rob the masses of free choice. Science and rationality are tools of the oppressor. Liberation necessarily appears to come from without and from above…
 
Today we are very excited to share an original adaptation of Greek mythology, from the Siblings Isabella! This episode was written, directed, and edited by Jenna Isabella & John Isabella III. This episode features the vocal talents of Kym Smith, David Neilsen, Nicole McQuade, Ryan Snanoudj, Rachel Zenhausern, Kevin Arthur, Leslie Bacon, Ted Schwart…
 
Schmitt argues that political actions and motives are rooted in friend-enemy relationships. The end of politics is to counter and oppose the enemy. All political concepts have a concrete opposition in mind. When party antagonisms within a state become the primary enemy grouping, conflict or civil war become a real possibility.…
 
Smith argues that a nation's wealth stems from the goods and services it produces, rather than the amount of money it collects. Specialization increases wealth through a dramatic increase in productivity. A market economic system is the most efficient method for setting prices and creating wealth. Money is a medium for exchange and has no inherent …
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Susan Glaspell's Trifles. This episode was written by Susan Glaspell, adapted and directed by Phil Pineau & Gina Stanton, and edited by Gina Stanton. It features the vocal talents of Amanda Booth, Jennife…
 
May your prayer, fasting, and almsgiving be fruitful this Lent. May Dorothy's words edify you to keep close to Christ! Timestamps: tinyurl.com/1351gr3f Tradistae: @tradistae Catholic Social Action: @action_catholic Personal: @civil_philipโดย adayaweek
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Lady Gregory’s ”Spreading the News,” an exploration of small town gossip and rumors. This episode was written by Lady Gregory, adapted and directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by John Isabella III. It f…
 
Today's reading is about fasting and holiness. The call to be holy, to be whole, of mind, body, and spirit, and how the only sadness in life is to not become a saint. Good meditation as Ash Wednesday approaches! Tradistae: @tradistae Catholic Social Action: @action_catholic Personal: @civil_philipโดย adayaweek
 
Today's reading is of those in destitution. Dorothy gives a clarification of who are the destitute through personal antidotes. Poverty is for all souls, but destitution produces a degradation of the soul. Tradistae: @tradistae Catholic Social Action: @action_catholic Personal: @civil_philipโดย adayaweek
 
Turner argues that the frontier area of free land and the advance of American settlement westward, explain American democracy. Up to the late 1800s, American social development had been continually beginning over again on the frontier. This perennial rebirth, this fluidity of American life, this expansion westward with its new opportunities furnish…
 
Robert Welch founded the Johh Birch Society in the late 1950s as a bulwark against communist advancement in America. We dive into the history and beliefs of the "Birchers." We also read The Paranoid Style in American Politics by Richard Hofstadter. We use these readings as a jumping off point to discuss conspiracy theories on the Right and Left.…
 
Today's reading is of the need to enter into poverty, to truly live alongside the poor. We must not just pray for an ending of destitution, but of entering into poverty. Tradistae: @tradistae Catholic Social Action: @action_catholic Personal: @civil_philipโดย adayaweek
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Chris McKerracher's "The Last Comedienne," which looks at the finals of the National Comedienne Joke-off. Please note this episode is rated PG-13! This episode was written by Chris McKerracher, adapted an…
 
Carney examines how counties voted in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries. Among Trump's core supporters, Carney finds a story of working-class struggle. In places that shunned Trump, Carney finds thriving community and civil society. He argues that achieving the American Dream requires strong local institutions, community, and religous part…
 
Please be introduced to the largest infulence on the life of Dorothy Day next to Christ himself, Peter Maurin! Enjoy these four essays published in the worker about Maurin and his program. Tradistae: @tradistae Catholic Social Action: @action_catholic Personal: @civil_philipโดย adayaweek
 
For the months of January and February, we're exploring some one act plays that we've adapted for your listening pleasure! This week, we give you Susan Glaspell's "The People," which tells the story of a failing publication, and the people it inspired. This episode was written by Susan Glaspell, adapted and directed by Phil Pineau and Gina Stanton,…
 
The 2nd Episode! A reading of SoG Dorothy Day's 'Reflections on Work' published in March 1947 in the CW (https://www.catholicworker.org/dorothyday/articles/452.html). Tradistae: https://tradistae.com/ (@tradistae) Catholic Social Action: https://www.catholicsocialaction.com/ (@action_catholic)โดย adayaweek
 
Hello and welcome to a little effort of mine, trying to do a podcast of sorts. My first effort is a recording of "Room for Christ" written by Dorothy Day and published in the Catholic Worker in December of 1945. Please comment your own thoughts on the audio quality. I'm recording on a TONOR TC-777 microphone and using Audacity for editing. Reading:…
 
Happy New Year! Join us in welcoming 2021 with Hans Christian Andersen's "The Mail Coach Passengers". This little known story from the famous author introduces twelve travelers who visit a town on New Year's Eve. This episode was written by Hans Christian Andersen, adapted and directed by Amanda Booth, and edited by Gina Stanton. It features the vo…
 
A very happy Christmas Eve to you! This week, we are celebrating Christmas with Clement C. Moore's classic, "The Night Before Christmas." This episode was written by Clement C. Moore, adapted and directed by Sam Steere, and edited by Sam Steere and Brian Sanyshyn. It features the vocal talents of James Hussey as the Narrator, making his PTAC debut!…
 
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