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Rik's Mind Podcast

Summary: The Rik’s Mind podcast is a long form conversation hosted by Rik Brooks and produced by Jon Anthony Thomson. Guests have included MacArthur Fellows, artists, scientists, historians, strength coaches, Wu-Tang Killa Beez and beyond. Become the captain of your spaceship and expand you mind.

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 Episode 104- DeSantis and Vladdy and Bigots, Oh My! Fireside Chat | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

What’s happening in Iran? What does the future hold for ol’ Vladdy? Is Ron DeSantis a N@zi or just a bigot? It’s another fireside chat today with Rik and DeMarco. The boys share their thoughts on Ukraine, the 2022 Iran Protests, Kanye’s antisemitism and more! Jon and Rik even share some thoughtful critiques on each other’s outlook on the world. Stick around for this one, it’s gonna be fun. We've also started curating playlists of interesting and informative videos to expand your mind on our YouTube channel! Right now we've got one made by DeMarco with one by Rik coming soon (as soon as DeMarco can pester him to do it!). Be sure to like and subscribe on the YouTube! https://youtube.com/channel/UCuM080VqVCe0gAns9V9WK9w Like and Subscribe to us on Youtube for more fun and exclusive content! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuM080VqVCe0gAns9V9WK9w Show Notes: Iran protests over woman's death persist despite crackdown | Reuters About Us | Al Jazeera What caused the blast on the bridge to Crimea? | Financial Times Ukraine’s ‘Mosquito’ Air Force | The New York Times About Us | Quiver Quantitative Ukraine aid faces tougher crowd if Republicans take over | Politico Britain’s grid warns of winter blackouts if Europe energy crisis escalates | Washington Post OPEC cut spurs U.S. hedging - but against lower oil prices | Reuters The daughter of Putin ally Alexander Dugin is killed in a car bomb explosion | NPR While he & Ukrainian military are not Nazi or neo-Nazi, contrary to #Russian propaganda used to justify illegal invasion of #Ukraine, open brandishing of bracelet with swastika by Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in tweet mentioning World War Two is striking. | Ivan Katchanovski Twitter Kanye’s antisemitic tweet could be a preview of social media’s future | Washington Post Kanye West's Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti-Semitism | BBC News Florida Agents Raid Home Of Rebekah Jones, Former State Data Scientist | NPR Florida Governor Defends Firing Of Top Data Scientist | NPR Fired Florida Data Scientist Launches A Coronavirus Dashboard Of Her Own | NPR The Story Behind DeSantis’s Migrant Flights to Martha’s Vineyard | The New York Times DeSantis announces 20 arrests tied to voter fraud charges | Politico Defendants targeted in DeSantis’ voter fraud crackdown were told they could vote | Politico Redistricting battle further positions DeSantis for 2024 presidential bid | The Hill DeSantis proposes new Florida congressional map that could wipe out Democratic redistricting gains | CNN Justices hand DeSantis victory in congressional redistricting fight | Tallahassee Democrat The Dangerous Consequences of Florida's "Don't Say Gay" Bill on LGBTQ+ Youth in Florida | Georgetown Law ACLU OF FLORIDA DENOUNCES ‘DON’T SAY GAY’ BILL (HB1557), SIGNED INTO LAW BY GOVERNOR DESANTIS | ACLU Florida The Return of Fascism in Italy | The Atlantic Pandemic Flu: Preparing and Protecting against Avian Influenza | The White House

 Episode 103- Cracking Necks and Congress: Dr. Vern Saboe, The Chiropractor Lobbyist | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Lobbying is an everyday part of the American government machine, but what is it? Dr. Vern Saboe is here to educate us. Dr. Saboe is a board certified Chiropractor and lobbyist for the Oregon Chiropractic Assoc. Following completion of his undergraduate work Dr. Saboe graduated from then Western States Chiropractic College Dec. 14, 1979, a four year chiropractic school located in Portland, Oregon, now the University of Western States. Following chiropractic school, Dr. Saboe completed a two year course of study in 1984 sponsored by the Motion Palpation Institute and a three year course of study in orthopedics sponsored by Los Angeles Chiropractic College in 1987. He subsequently completed a three year course in neurology in 1990 sponsored by Parker College of Chiropractic in Pasadena, Texas, and in 1997 completed a two year internal disorders program co-sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College and Logan College of Chiropractic located in St. Louis, Missouri. He then completed a three year course of study in forensic science sponsored by Logan College of Chiropractic in 2000. Dr. Saboe is the only chiropractic physician in Oregon board certified in all three subspecialties of orthopedics, neurology, and forensic science. You can find more about Dr. Saboe and his work on his website drvernsaboe.com. Show Notes: Dr. Vern Saboe | Official Website Oregon Chiropractic Association | Official Website CHIROPAC | Oregon Chiropractic Association Do not get sold on drug advertising | Harvard Health Publishing Oregon Democrat David Wu's 'bizarre' tiger-suit photo | The Week H.R.2654 - Chiropractic Medicare Coverage Modernization Act of 2021 | United States Congress S.4042 - Chiropractic Medicare Coverage Modernization Act of 2022 | United States Congress

 Episode 102- Modern-day 'Dr. Doolittle’ Élodie Briefer Aims to Understand Animals | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Do you wish that you could understand your dog or your cat? Dr. Élodie F. Briefer PhD. is out to find out what the animals are saying to each other and us. Dr. Briefer is an associate professor of Ecology and Evolution as well as the principal investigator of the Behavioral Ecology Group of the University of Copenhagen (Københavns Universitet). A modern-day ‘Dr. Doolittle’, Dr. Briefer’s primary research interests are cognition and vocal communication in mammals and birds. The main aims of her research are understanding how animals use vocal signals to encode information about their identity (e.g. species, group, individual identity), their quality (e.g. body size, dominance status, age) and their affective states (emotions, mood), as well as the impact of such information on conspecifics. The ultimate goal of this research is to be able to create a universal translator that would allow humans to truly communicate with our animal brethren. You can learn more about Dr. Briefer and her group’s research on the Behavioral Ecology Group and on Dr. Briefer’s Twitter @elodiebriefer . Show Notes: The Behavioural Ecology Group | Københavns Universitet Dr. Elodie Floriane Mandel-Briefer | Department of Biology, Københavns Universitet The case for speaking politely to animals | University of Copenhagen Marchant-Forde JN (2015) The science of animal behavior and welfare: challenges, opportunities, and global perspective. Front. Vet. Sci. 2:16. doi: 10.3389/fvets.2015.00016 | Frontiers in Veterinary Science Skylark | Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Maigrot, AL., Hillmann, E. & Briefer, E.F. Cross-species discrimination of vocal expression of emotional valence by Equidae and Suidae. BMC Biol 20, 106 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-022-01311-5 | BMC Biology RAVENS ARE SMARTER THAN HUMAN CHILDREN | Inverse Ravens parallel great apes in flexible planning for tool-use and bartering | Science A Cephalopod Has Passed a Cognitive Test Designed For Human Children | Science Alert Pig Transformation – Why Pigs Become Feral | Farm Animal Report A review of the social behaviour of the giraffe Giraffa camelopardalis: a misunderstood but socially complex species, Muller and Harris | Mammal Review, Wiley Online Library

 Episode 101- Agent Sebastian of 'Cart Narcs' Teaches Us How Not to Be a Lazybones | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Do you return your shopping cart where it belongs? ‘Cause Sworn Agent of the ‘Cart Narcs’ Agent Sebastian has a problem with you if you don’t! Cart Narcs is a task force started by Agent Sebastian to get lazybones to return their carts back to the corral (where they belong). Through a combination of politeness, bravery and persistence, Agent Sebastian’s mission is to clean up shopping center parking lots, one cart at a time. Agent Sebastian shares his stories of having guns and knives pulled on him, shouting matches and what takes to be a Cart Narc. You can find Agent Sebastian on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram (but not tik tok) @CartNarcs. Don’t run into the Cart Narcs, return your cart!! Show Notes: Cart Narcs | Youtube Cart Narcs | Instagram ‘I'm a Fat A-Hole’ Cart Narcs | Youtube 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman | Rob Bliss on Youtube Dr Phil Publicly Shamed by The Cart Narcs | Youtube

 Episode 100 Celebration w Nick Ramos: Sustainable Dildos and Whitewashing MLK | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

It’s the big 100!! To celebrate our milestone, we brought back one of our favorite guests Nick Ramos of the History of the Cuban Revolution Podcast. In classic fireside chat fashion, no topics are off limits. Conspiracy theories, sustainable dildos, the whitewashing of MLK and MORE! We’re so excited we’ve made it to triple digits. We couldn’t have done it with you, our listeners who keep coming back for more. We have lots of incredible shows coming up and we can’t wait for hundreds more episodes! Time to get weird! Show Notes: Flex Seal® Liquid Commercial with Airboat (Full) | Flex Seal® The Forgotten Socialist History of Martin Luther King Jr. | In These Times Black Power Scholar Illustrates How MLK And Malcolm X Influenced Each Other | NPR What was the Weather Underground? | The Hill Researching Japanese War Crimes Records by Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group | US National Archives

 Episode 99- College Football Special: Conference Chaos, the Rose Bowl's Fate and Go Beaves! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Thank God, it’s football season again and friend of the show Andrew Allen is back to celebrate with us! College Football is underway and we’re here for it. Rik, Andrew (both former College Football players) and Jon (son of a former D-1 coach) chop it up over the chaos of conference realignment and the turbulent future to come. Rik and Jon go full boomer for tradition but Andrew is all about the new era, (then again, Andrew is a duck fan ). Lets all come together, make fun of Nebraska, talk footbawl and ‘SGO BEAVES!!!! Show Notes: Conference realignment: All the moves coming in 2022–25 | Medium Predicting every college football Power 5 conference for the 2022 season | ESPN College Football Breaking down what a move to the Big Ten means for UCLA and USC Olympic sports | Los Angeles Times Profiles In Badassery: Tony Butkovich | Hammer and Rails A look at the Rose Bowl’s 100-year history | Orange County Register The Story of Purdue’s Stolen Football National Title | Hammer and Rails 'The Bush Push': A look back at USC's wild win over Notre Dame | The Score Joe Tiller's Top 10: Oct. 28, 2000 Purdue vs. Ohio State | Lafayette Journal-Courier PREPARE FOR THE START OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL WITH THE FAMOUS KICK SIX | OutKick Dixon to have surgery on left knee, shelved for season (2007) | ESPN College Football

 Episode 98- Outdoorsman DJ Jones: Just A Florida Boy Living His Dream, No Snakes Allowed | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by Outdoorsman DJ Jones. DJ is an outdoorsman and athlete. Originally from Florida, DJ is an avid hunter and outdoorsman, traveling all over the United States to pursue his passion and promote greater visibility for the African American hunter. A graduate of the University of Minnesota- Duluth and UMD Bulldog Football alumnus, Dj now resides with his family in Minnesota. You can find DJ on Youtube and Instagram at @DJonesOutdoors. DJ has been a guest before on our show, you can find his episode here: RMP Episode 15. Show Notes: DJonesOutdoors | Instagram DJonesOutdoors | Youtube Hunters Of Color | Official Website Oryx (Gemsbok) | National Park Service An Alaska Buffalo Hunt By Riley Woodford | Alaska Fish and Wildlife News Wood Bison (Alaska Buffalo) Herd on the Run | Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center Pythons are eating alligators and everything else in Florida. Snake hunters stand poised to help. | NBC News Pacific gopher snake | Wikipedia Cottonmouth / Water Moccasin (Agkistrodon piscivorus) | Savannah River Ecology Labratory, University of Georgia Feral hog income opportunity for hunters, meat processors | Western Farmer-Stocklmnan 5-MeO-DMT: The 20-Minute Psychoactive Toad Experience That’s Transforming Lives | Forbes Iguana Hunter Kills Giant Invasive Lizards in Florida | Outdoor Life EATING IGUANA - Catching and Cooking Invasive Green Iguanas in Florida | TheTravelingClatt American Coot, Pardon My Plate | The Meat Eater

 Episode 97- Nelson Lichtenstein: The Battle for Labor Rights, Dignity and A Living Wage | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by Nelson Lichtenstein. Nelson is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of History at the University of California Santa Barbara, where he directs the Center for the Study of Work, Labor, and Democracy. He received his B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1966 and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 1974. Thereafter he worked in publishing in New York and taught at The Catholic University of America and at the University of Virginia before joining the UCSB faculty in 2001. He is the author or editor of 16 books, including a biography of the labor leader Walter Reuther and State of the Union: A Century of American Labor (2002, 2013 revised). His most recent books are Achieving Workers’ Rights in the Global Economy (2016); The Port Huron Statement: Sources and Legacies of the New Left’s Founding Manifesto (2015); The ILO From Geneva to the Pacific Rim (2015);The Retail Revolution: How Wal-Mart Created a Brave New World of Business (2009, 2010); The Right and Labor in America: Politics, Ideology, and Imagination (2012); A Contest of Ideas: Capital, Politics and Labor (2013); and American Capitalism: Social Thought and Political Economy in the Twentieth Century (2006). He has served on the editorial board of numerous journals and now is a member of the editorial board of the University of Illinois Press series in working-class history. As director of the Center for the Study of Work, Labor, and Democracy, Lichtenstein and other UCSB faculty, including Alice O’Connor, Mary Furner, Eileen Boris and Stephen Weatherford, have created an interdisciplinary research and education initiative that hosts conferences and workshops that contribute to an understanding of the issues and ideas, past and present, illuminating the character of American capitalism and of the working class that sustains it. The Center administers an undergraduate minor in Labor Studies and a graduate-level Colloquium in Work, Labor, and Political Economy. Recent conferences, including “Beyond the New Deal Order” (2015), “The American Labor Movement: Crisis and Creativity” (2014), and “The Port Huron Statement at 50” (2012), are designed to probe historically resonate issues and help train a new generation of labor intellectuals. Professor Lichtenstein has held fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Rockefeller and Guggenheim Foundations, the University of California, and from the Fulbright Commission and the Oregon Center for the Humanities. In 2008 he was elected to the Society of American Historians and in 2012 the Sidney Hillman Foundation awarded him its Sol Stetin Award for lifetime achievement in labor history. His reviews and opinion pieces have appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Dissent, New Labor Forum, American Prospect, and academic journals. Reporters often seek is comments when they write on labor, politics, and supply chain issues. You can find more about Nelson on his Twitter @NelsonLichtens1. Show Notes: Nelson Lichtenstein | Department of History, University of California Santa Barbara @NelsonLichtens1 | Twitter The Making of the New Left | The New Yorker What Made the Battle of Blair Mountain the Largest Labor Uprising in American History | Smithsonian Magazine The Mine Wars (Documentary) | PBS The Significance of the Battle of Blair Mountain, 100 Years Later | The Appalachian Voice Majorities of adults see decline of union membership as bad for the U.S. and working people | Pew Research Center The Upstart Union Challenging Starbucks | The New Yorker @SBWorkersUnited | Twitter What Company Owns The Most Real Estate? | Prudential California Fredrickson, et al. v. Starbucks Corporation Case No. 1212-15734 | Starbucksoregonclassaction.com The Teamsters' new chief is readying UPS drivers for a strike as he heads toward contract negotiations — and key moves show he's not bluffing | Business Insider UPS Teamsters Kick Off Contract Fight | International Brotherhood of Teamsters Amazon Workers Are Organizing a Global Struggle | The Intercept ‘What Choice Do I Have?’ Freight Train Conductors Are Forced to Work Tired, Sick, and Stressed | Motherboad, Tech By Vice News Jimmy Hoffa: A closer look at the labor leader's life, work and disappearance | WDIV Local 4 Detroit U.S. Steel Tower | Official Website

 Episode 96- UC Merced's Dr. Roger Bales: Engineering Our Way Out of Climate Change | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by Dr. Roger Bales. Dr. Bales is a Distinguished Professor of Engineering and a founding faculty member at UC Merced, and has been active in water- and climate-related research for over 35 years. His scholarship includes over 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals and proceedings, and more presentations, book chapters, and reports. Currently, his work focuses on California’s efforts to build the knowledge base and implement policies that adapt our water supplies, critical ecosystems and economy to the impacts of climate warming. He works with leaders in state agencies, elected officials, federal land managers, water leaders, non-governmental organizations, and other key decision makers on developing climate solutions for California. He is a fellow in the American Geophysical Union, the American Meteorological Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has been a professor at UC Merced since 2003, an Adjunct Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley since 2013. Previously, he was a Professor of hydrology at the University of Arizona from 1984 to 2003. He has served as Director of the Sierra Nevada Research Institute, the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory, and the UC Water Security and Sustainability Research Initiative. He is currently co-director of the UC Center for Ecosystem Climate Solutions. You can follow Dr. Bales and his work via his Twitter @rbalesuc and his website rogerbales.com. Show Notes: Dr. Roger Bales | Official Website Roger Bales | Twitter US Drought Monitor | University of Nebraska at Lincoln About | University of California at Merced California Almond Industry Facts | Almond Board of California Solar Aquagrid | Official Website Low-cost solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy insecurity for 145 countries by Jacobson, Von Krauland et al | Royal Society of Chemistry Energy & Environmental Science 2022 California Ballet Proposition Guide | California Secretary of State The Chronicles Group | Official Website Sierra Nevada Research Institute | Official Website California's Watershed Healing Proposal | The Chronicles Group Youtube

 Episode 95- Kerry Finsand: The ‘Solopreneur’ and mind behind the Successfully Depressed Podcast | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by Kerry Finsand. Kerry is a mental health advocate and ‘solopreneur’ based in Portland, Oregon. He has spent over a decade in sales and marketing roles in the hospitality and technology industries working with small businesses to large companies like Whole Foods, Buffalo Wild Wings and Groupon. When his craft beer centric start-up Taplister was accepted into a technology incubator he decided to quit his day job and go for it with his company which was eventually acquired. Along the way he experienced many ups and downs while dealing with depression and anxiety. The work he put into the business and himself ultimately helped him get through those challenging times. Now Mr. Finsand has decided to put his experience of being an entrepreneur dealing with mental health challenges into a Podcast and Youtube channel (Successfully Depressed) that has the end goal of helping others like him. You can find more about Kerry and his show on his official website kerryfinsand.com Show Notes: Kerry Finsand | Official Website Successfully Depressed | Google Podcasts City Search | Official Website Ward Cunningham | Wikipedia Taplister to Continue On | Brewpublic Oregon Brewers Festival | Official Website

 Episode 94- Biologist Joanne Odden: Wolbachia, Symbiosis and the Origin of Species | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by Joanne Odden. Joanne studies insect symbiosis and is a tenured Associate Professor of biology at Pacific University. As a teacher scholar, her passion is to examine tiny things (e.g. DNA and bacteria) which drive changes in insects over time. Joanne began her studies at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where she received a B.S. in Microbiology and worked at a campus science outreach program. This spurred her inspiration to teach science. She studied the neural development of fruit fly embryos at University of Oregon, where she earned her Ph.D. in Molecular Biology. During her first faculty position at Metropolitan State College of Denver, she developed an undergraduate research program in insect bacterial symbiosis. Joanne earned a Golden Key award for Excellence in Teaching in 2013. Currently, at Pacific University, she studies the evolution of symbiosis. Her model system is the charismatic association of Wolbachia bacteria within carabid beetles. She combines her interests in biology, travel and education by leading travel courses for undergraduate students to the Galapagos Islands and Tahiti. Show Notes: Joanne Odden, PhD | Pacific University Symbiosis: The Art of Living Together | National Geographic Exploitation and Cooperation by Cleaner Wrasse | University of Miami Shark Research Epigenetic Memory | Nature Wolbachia | ScienceDirect Facts about tardigrades | LiveScience Genus Bembidion | BugGuide I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life by Ed Young | Amazon Miller Moths | Colorado State University Extension Service Consuming Creepy-Crawlies | Terro Tiny animals survive exposure to space | European Space Agency How the Zombie Fungus Takes Over Ants’ Bodies to Control Their Minds | The Atlantic

 Episode 93- J.D. Roth: Get Rich Slowly with The Personal Finance Expert | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by J.D. Roth. J.D. is an accidental personal-finance expert. He founded GetRichSlowly.org in 2006 as a way to document his journey out of debt. Ironically, the website grew faster than he ever believed possible, allowing him to get rich *quickly*. Today, he's financially independent. Over the years, J.D. has written a book (Your Money: The Missing Manual), written the monthly "Your Money" column for Entrepreneur magazine, and (most recently) was commissioned by Audible and The Great Courses to create the five-hour audio project, "How to Achieve Financial Independence and Retire Early". Show Notes: Get Rich Slowly | Official Website Financial Regulations: Glass-Steagall to Dodd-Frank | Investopedia Web 2.0 vs. Web 3.0: What's the difference? | TechTarget

 Episode 92- Dr. Jessi Gold, MD MS: Preventing Burnout in Work, School and the Pandemic | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by Dr. Jessi Gold, MD MS. Jessie is an Assistant Professor and the Director of Wellness, Engagement, and Outreach in the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis. She is a nationally recognized expert on healthcare worker mental health and burnout (particularly during the pandemic), college mental health, using social media and media for mental health advocacy, and the overlap between pop culture and mental health, including celebrity self-disclosure. Dr. Gold is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. and M.S in Anthropology, the Yale School of Medicine, and completed her residency training in Adult Psychiatry at Stanford University where she served as chief resident. Dr. Gold also writes for the popular press and has been featured in, among others, The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, TIME, Forbes, In Style, and Self. Dr. Gold is actively working on a book about healthcare worker mental health and burnout during the pandemic for Simon Element and is a member of the Expert Advisory Council for the ViacomCBS Mental Health Storytelling Initiative and Co-author of the Mental Health Media Guide. You can find more about Jessi’s work and other media appearances at her website drjessigold.com as well as on social media @drjessigold on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok. Show Notes: Dr. Jessi Gold | Official Website Dr. Jessi Gold | Twitter Dr. Jessi Gold | Instagram Dr. Jessi Gold | Tiktok Your Body Knows You’re Burned Out | The New York Times The Effect of Coronavirus Pandemic on Mental Health: Interview with Dr. Jessi Gold | MSNBC Mister Rodgers Goes to Washington | PBS Naomi Osaka Quits the French Open After News Conference Dispute | The New York Times

 Episode 91- Ivan Katchanovski: US interference in Maidan Massacre, Zelensky is weak | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today we are joined by Prof. Ivan Katchanovski. Prof. Katchanovski teaches at the School of Political Studies at the University of Ottawa in Canada. He has held academic positions at Harvard University, the State University of New York at Potsdam, the University of Toronto, and the Kluge Center at the Library of Congress. He specializes in researching politics and conflicts in his native Ukraine. His publications include three books and numerous articles. Ivan is currently researching and writing a book about the Maidan Massacre that occurred on 18 February 2014. More specifically, Prof. Katchanovski is investigating who carried out the attack and if the United States and other western governments were involved in the planning with the far-right (formerly Neo-Nazi) political party Svoboda to initiate regime change. He will be presenting his findings this fall at the 118th American Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Montreal. You can find more about Ivan on his University of Ottawa profile, his ResearchGate profile and his Twitter @I_Katchanovski. Due to the dense nature of this episode’s topic, we have included a full transcript for reference on our website riksmind.com/listen/91ivankatchanovski Show Notes: Ivan Katchanovski | University of Ottawa Ivan Katchanovski | Twitter Ivan Katchanovski | Research Gate Katchanovski, Ivan, The Maidan Massacre in Ukraine: Revelations from Trials and Investigation (November 29, 2021) | SSRN Lies About Ukraine Conflict Are Standing in the Way of a Peaceful Resolution | Truthout Ukraine-Russia crisis: What is the Minsk agreement? | Al Jazeera Svoboda: The rise of Ukraine's ultra-nationalists | BBC News The "Snipers' Massacre" on the Maidan in Ukraine, Ivan Katchanovski, Sept 2015 | Research Gate Are Ukraine's vast natural resources a real reason behind Russia's invasion? | Business Today Cleft Countries: Regional Political Divisions and Cultures in Post-Soviet Ukraine and Moldova by Ivan Katchanovski | Columbia University Press

 Episode 90- Roe v Wade Fallout Fireside Chat plus Rik's lIbErTaRiaN fantasy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today it’s another classic fireside chat! Rik and Jon talk about the fallout from the earth shaking and dangerous Supreme Court decision to overturn the precedent set under Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey (the devil is in the details), the effectiveness of the US system and Rik’s very Libertarian exoplanet cult fantasy. Show Notes: Supreme Court overturns constitutional right to abortion | SCOTUSblog Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade Denying Women The Right To Get An Abortion | The Young Turks DOBBS, STATE HEALTH OFFICER OF THE MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ET AL. v. JACKSON WOMEN’S HEALTH ORGANIZATION ET AL. CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIFTH CIRCUIT | United States Supreme Court Thomas’s concurring opinion raises questions about what rights might be next. | The New York Times What We Know About Universal Basic Income: a Cross-Synthesis of Reviews | Stanford University Basic Income Lab The Beta Israel: The return of a lost tribe | The Jerusalem Post Jesus Camp (2006) | IMDb Exclusive: Self-described "Christian fascist" movement is trying to sabotage LGBTQ Pride Month | Salon

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