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Welcome to Strong Reception with Eli James. This podcast covers a whole host of subjects, ranging from election reform in New York City to the history of cover songs. It's for the civic-minded, the historically curious and those who love exclaiming, "I didn't know that!" Hear a range of great interviews with those who know their stuff, and those who are trying to change stuff.
 
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Cryptocurrency Exchange FTX filed for bankruptcy less than a week after a rival offered to buy it. How could that happen? If cryptocurrency is a legitimate tradeable currency, then why do they always look for dollars for start up? Or bailout? Is cryptocurrency the monetary vehicle of the future, of just the latest pyramid scheme?…
 
Inflation, inept government, poor stock and bond performance, the war in Europe. These are all reasons to frown. Life sucks and then you die? Not so fast. Lets compare today's western world to others and consider opportunities we may have overlooked or perhaps not realized existed. Is it really that bad? Maybe not.…
 
Ever been to Waco, Texas? If yes, have you been recently? It's changed. For the better. No longer the sleepy cowboy town between Dallas and Austin, Waco has a cool, modern vibe that I really like. Details are discussed, along with highlights of my recent camping trip and a WSJ oped on who funds the quitters. All this in one podcast! Nifty!…
 
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.…
 
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.…
 
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.…
 
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.Av James Strong
 
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 Mant…
 
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.…
 
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.Av James Strong
 
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. A…
 
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.…
 
Jordan Peterson is a Clinical Psychologist, Author, Podcaster and YouTube Personality. He has been criticized for being a far right extremists. Those who believe this are mistaken. Strong examines Peterson's life, philosophy, and theories in great detail in an attempt for you, dear listener, to better understand one of the true geniuses of our time…
 
Jerome Koenigsfeld spent the late 1960's and earty 1970's exploring the world. Ten years ago, at age 66, he did it again, this time in Central America. Still barefoot, but this time with wheels on his backpack, Jerome chronicles his adventure to Belize City and it's Cayses. Is John McAfee's description of Belize accurate? Listen here.…
 
The UK Sun obtained 1500 pages under the Freedom of Information Act that confirms UFO existence and secret programs investigating such. Strong does the heavy lifting for you by reading the exact letter written by senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in 2009. While none of this is new, the admission by the US Government is.…
 
Broadcasting from Miami Beach, Strong discusses the business of doing business in South Beach, America, and the world. The first open trade show in three years has presented new ways of doing business. The closure of many South Beach businesses casts light on the pandemic failures and the rehabbing of old boutique hotels casts light on the future. …
 
Classic Cars have become a thing. And the crowd tends to be classic people (that's code for old people). Why is this? Strong suggests that sports, music, movies and new car models have ignored the 55+ market, and these people have more disposable income than the 18-55 target audience. And they are spending it. Classic cars are the new black to the …
 
Vladimir Putin has invaded the sovereign country of Ukraine and looks to overthrow it's democratically elected government. Some in this country are speaking well of Putin, especially when compared to the current US administration. Today's first of two podcasts explains why this thinking is short sighted and wrong. Facts and history back up Professo…
 
Father David Skillman is a Roman Catholic priest and a podcaster. For ten years, Father Skillman has recorded his homilies and published them on podbean.com. Along with Father Mike Schmitz and Bishop Robert Barron, Father Skillman uses modern methods to explain the Bible. The State of the Church, declining vocations and Saint John Paul II are discu…
 
Jo Schaper and Eugene Vale work with the St. Clair Historical Museum. Their recent exhibit features African Americans in Franklin County. This rich heritage is part of Americana that has been often overlooked when telling the story of rural America. A poignant and positive peek at a people that persevered in the face of adversity. See more at https…
 
Everyone (almost) believes racism is wrong, diversity is good and we all need to be fair. But who defines these terms? Woke society sees these differently than me, and I'm not alone. Hollywood and MLB are two entities taking things to the extreme. Is it a coincidence that both are hurting in the public eye? We discuss this here.…
 
What's it like to be attacked by a pitbull? Strong knows, because it happened to him earlier this week. A blow by blow detail of the attack and what Strong did to minimize the damage. Also, a Palestinian immigrant gives his take on America and it's countless opportunities. If you think America's best days are behind her and opportunity is fleeting,…
 
East Central Missouri native Tim Diermann discusses his two week adventure with his wife to the Desert Southwest and California. 4000 miles of driving and 100+ miles of hiking later, Tim shares his musings with the audience. Considering a trip west or just curious about what it's all about? Listen here!…
 
Musician Bob Welsh walked away from Fleetwood Mac just before they took off as a super band. Was this the ultimate bad decision? His later success was only realized when under the Fleetwood Mac umbrella. Every time he strayed away from it, everything went South. Drugs, sex and rock and roll with politics and business decisions mold Welsh from nobod…
 
Supply chain problems dominate the news. Why? Strong presents simple, not easy solutions. Also, Daily Wire contributor Matt Walsh was scheduled to speak at St. Louis University, a Catholic institution, but was banned. Strong attended the lecture, held off campus. What was the controversy? Why was Walsh banned? Listen and learn.…
 
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