James Strong Show Podcast

James Strong Show Podcast

News of the day from a free thinking independent conservative pompous ass. Published weekly, usually Saturday AM.

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September 24, 2022 40 min
Especially today, it seems like some of the biggest problems today shouldn't be so. Either they are made up controversy or controversy that should be easily solved. Today's podcast deals with four such problems involving beer, Muslims, CO2 and ID emblems. Enjoy!
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As the Pandemic wanes, international travel resumes. And it's changed. Big time. New hoops to jump through, new rules to follow. New obstacles to maneuver around. And most have been implemented to serve the provider, not the traveler. Strong discusses and provides solutions.
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Jo Schaper is a renaissance woman with three degrees. While she took out student loans, she also paid them back without bail out money. Her common sense solutions to the student loan bailout debate are simple and true. Strong and Jo discuss how to navigate the difficult waters of higher education debt.
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From the caveman days to today, we have always had a supply chain. Disruption of that vehicle is nothing new. What makes it different today? What's the best work around? Listen here for the details.
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Quiet Quitting is the new workplace moniker. It goes beyond not taking your job too seriously. Some say it is about doing the minimum while still collecting the paycheck. Some say it's putting your priorities before an employer that will fire you at the first dip in his profit sheet. Who is right? Listen and decide for yourself.
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A precursor to today's UFO / UAP phenomenon were the cattle mutilation mysteries of the 1970's. Dead cattle with their sex organs surgically removed were popping up throughout the American West. Satanic cults, alien spacecraft and the US Government were the usual suspects. Strong visits the odd goings on which continue to this day.
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John Fogerty was a founding member of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Some say he WAS Creedence Clearwater Revival. At least John believes he was. John alienated his family and friend to make CCR in his own image. Did he cross that fine line between confidence and arrogance? Listen to learn.
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Vote Matt is an activist, homesteader, free thinker and podcaster in rural South Carolina. He tows the line between libertarianism and anarchy. He's the founder of the very popular Swamp Fox Podcast Network.
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Inflation, war, stock drops, Covid, divisive politicians, all make us frown. Can you remain "glass half full" in the middle of this mess? Of course. Dr. Strong tells you how with unconventional, yet remarkably simple solutions.
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For 41 years the Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service has helped the working poor in East Central Missouri. Pam Struckhoff and Donna Tobin discuss the workings of this unique charity and the good they do in the community.
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75 Years ago, rancher WW Brazel discovered a crashed craft on his ranch 100 miles north of Roswell, NM. The military said it was a flying saucer. Then it wasn't. The Roswell incident began what became the story of the century...are we being visited by beings from another world?. Strong discusses Roswell, the Hickson-Parker abduction and Thomas Mantell's UFO pursuit in his P51 Mustang. UFO talk today on The Strong Show!
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Jo and Eugene are back discussing their trip to Minnesota and South Dakota. Their passions include caving and bats, and conferences in the upper Midwest were the focal points of their 18 day trip. Travel can include to touristy venue, but doesn't have too. One more example of how to have the adventure of a lifetime, your way.
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Have you found that everything seems to be more difficult to accomplish? Shopping on line? Eating out? Making a doctor's appointment? And good luck finding a human to talk to. And it's done "For your convenience". Strong discusses this prominent first world problem.
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Financial Advisor Kieran Gutting joins the show to discuss today's economical environment. What has happened? What could happen short and long term? What can you do about it? Eye opening advise from one of today's top financial oracle.
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We have big problems in the USA. Or do we? If everything is relative, how big are our worst problems? And how fixable are they? With a "Glass Half Full" perspective, Strong outlines some of the First World's biggest challenges.
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Did Strong cancel The Greyfalcon? Of course not, but cancel culture remains prominent in society. If we don't like someone, we don't discuss, we cancel. Comedians, actors, politicians, friends. What is gained by canceling the opposing view? The Greyfalcon and Strong discuss in detail.
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Don McLean wrote and sang American Pie 50 years ago. We all know that. But what else did he write? Sing? Record? What is his link to Roberta Flack? Is he still active today? Strong discusses all on today's podcast.
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Going green and working remotely are the two hottest buzz words going today. But what do they mean? What are they caused? Every action has an opposite reaction. Strong discusses this today.
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Eric Carman is a Pop-Rock musician who had a long solo career and was front man for The Raspberries. But this classically trained musician also created the Power Pop musical style and borrowed from Sergei Rachmaninoff for two of his biggest hits. Like John Fogerty of CCR, Carman carried The Raspberries and jealousy's green face broke up the band. An interesting feature on an unappreciated artist
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Statements and actions by Russia and the West suggest that nuclear war is not only possible, but perhaps eminent. Strong sites comments, actions, and economic factors that support this belief. While all war has a winner and a loser, the victor of a nuclear war would preside over a changed world indeed.
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