Motherlode Of Crazy-YouTube Prophecy Dreams-Podcast 766

We all dream. Do we all have so called prophetic dreams? One of the great things about YouTube is it allows every day people to post videos about their experiences. Some of these videos are the subject of Motherlode Of Crazy-YouTube Prophecy Dreams-Podcast 766.

YouTube Still Amazing

I spend a lot of time on YouTube and despite its recent issues with censorship it remains one of the most amazing of all the new media channels. Normal people can still post pretty much any kind of video.

Normal Dreams?

In Motherlode Of Crazy-YouTube Prophecy Dreams-Podcast 766. Most noteworthy is the idea that normal people do not seem to be having normal dreams.

No Preachers Just People

Especially relevant is the absence of preachers and ‘professional’ type videos which detail bible prophecy in this podcast. These are videos by people who have asked God to ‘show them’ the future. Well. Be careful what you pray for!

No Judgements

Despite my clickbait title for this podcast I would not judge the creators of these videos. I have no doubt their dreams are real and that their videos are truthful. I do not judge the creators of these videos for their interpretation. What I wonder is why they are having these dreams? What relevance do their dreams have for the rest of us?

Loose Talk About Civil War Scaring People

There’s a lot of loose talk in media these days about war and especially civil war in the United States. It’s always been my opinion that this is highly irresponsible, especially when it comes to predictions of ‘civil war’. If the subscriber and listener to my podcasts takes these dreams at face value they can only conclude all this talk of war is scaring the daylights out of people.

Put your headphones on, sit back and close your eyes. Prepare to be taken on a genuine journey in a dream world of prophecy.

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Motherlode Of Crazy-YouTube Prophecy Dreams-Podcast 766

Trump Foreign Trade Fight-Free Trade-Protection-Bob Davis Podcast 737

President Trump slapped tax increases on goods imported to the US from Europe, China, Mexico and Canada. Our trading partners retaliated with their own tariffs. Now what? Find out in Trump Foreign Trade Fight-Free Trade-Protection-Bob Davis Podcast 737.

What Is A Tariff Anyway?

Finally someone has defined what a tariff is. Moreover you might be surprised to learn the history of trade legislation in the United States goes back to 1789.

These days we are awash in charges and counter charges in the media. Trade Wars and Rumors of Trade Wars. This kind of coverage doesn’t serve anyone.

1945 Looms Large In Trade Discussions

Most noteworthy is the impact of World War 2 and the advent of nuclear weapons in 1945. Since then, trade deals have been  considered central to keeping the peace and stabilizing the world.

Trade Has Been A Political Football since Hamilton

Trade has been regional and national issue in the United States in every political era. None other than Alexander Hamilton was an advocate of high taxes on imports going back to 1789.

Trump A Throw Back To The 1840’s?

Moreover tariffs were an issue in local and national politics in the US until the introduction of the Income Tax in 1913. Is President Trump a throw back to the 1840’s? Find out in Trump Foreign Trade Fight-Free Trade-Protection-Bob Davis Podcast 737.

NAFTA China Mercantilism Free Trade

We hear so much in the news about trade but few of us understand it. China. NAFTA. Mercantilism. Trade Protection. Free Trade. As citizens we need to make informed decisions about what is best for each of us individually and the country. With all the noise about trade it’s almost impossible for people to do that.

Especially Relevant Today As It Was Back In The Day

In conclusion with yet another new trade bill in the offing the question of whether the US should protect its markets or open them is as relevant today as it was in 1789.

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Podcast 511-Bob Davis Podcasts Radio Show-30

Podcast 511-Bob Davis Podcasts Radio Show-30. This week marked the last primaries of the 2016 presidential preference primary season. With primaries in New Jersey, Montana, New Mexico, California and South Dakota there were a lot of choices when it comes to Mobile Podcast Command, covering the final primaries, in Podcast 511-Bob Davis Podcasts Radio Show-30. I decided to spend the last day in the primary season in Deadwood South Dakota. Rolling into town around midnight on June 7th, seeing all the casinos, I thought, “I don’t know about this”. After spending the night in an RV Park, I was having my morning coffee the next day when an old friend messaged me. “Guess what? I moved to Deadwood”. Enter Brad and Laurie, not so amateur historians with a boatload of information about Deadwood’s history, how it is today and it’s people. Plus we got some ‘man on the street’ interviews with people who had just voted. This week also marked the beginnings of the efforts to discredit New York Developer and ‘presumptive’ republican nominee Donald Trump. It’s death by a thousand cuts as he is attacked alternately as a racist, or fascist. Beware of what the media says, and who says it. I believe there is another shoe yet to drop in this race, and it may drop in Cleveland at the Republican convention this summer. Democrats are not to be outdone with intrigue. As Bernie Sanders continues his fight to the final primary in Washington DC (a territory of the United States by the way, not a state), we shall see whether the much vaunted democratic unity emerges. Sit back and enjoy this week in review, as we post Podcast 511-Bob Davis Podcasts Radio Show-30. Sponsored by Hydrus Performance and Brush Studio in The West End, Saint Louis Park.(Editor’s Note: Here again I refer to the Homestake mine as the Homestead mine. It’s Homestake.)

Podcast 291

Time Machine. Take a break from the thrum of the daily news cycle, climb aboard The Bob Davis Podcasts Time Machine. If you could go back to anytime in history, where and when would you choose? Live from the Living Room of the Broadcast Bunker. If you love to read history, sometimes don’t you wish you could open a book, and go to the era written about? What eras and places would you visit and why? The 1920’s, Civil War, Ancient Greece, China about 600 years ago or India nearly a thousand years ago. What about Chicago in the 1890’s. Most people pick different eras for different reasons, and the times they pick to visit or to live in, are often windows into their personalities. Did people in different time periods understand what was happening in their world any more than we understand what is happening in ours? If we were to visit those times, even knowing what happened, let alone detailed knowledge of history, how would our own perceptions about a time change? How great would be to be able to visit the street you grew up on at different times, and see if it lives up to your memories. Another difference is age, as it relates to the times people want to visit. Younger people these days are interested in the 1970’s, even though not every house had brown shag carpeting, egg shell hanging chairs, and a brand new Admiral Color TV. Even the most recent eras in our history seem like they happened a million years ago. Believe it or not, cell phones were still physically huge in the 1990’s, and got really hot after about ten minutes of talking. And what about visiting the future? How far forward would you go, and what do you think you would find there? (Editor’s Note: My head hurts.) Sponsored by My Complete Basement and DepotStar