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Gavin Clarkson

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Red Pill, Ill Will (with Gavin Clarkson)

OK FINE! I'll Watch It

Down the rabbit hole we go! The Matrix film series was groundbreaking for film tech, trench coats, and dudes who think they’re smarter than everyone. In this episode, I discussed my first time viewing experience with Vancouver-based comedian Gavin Clarkson. Follow Gavin on Instagram: @gavinclarksoncomedyAlso, follow the podcast Instagram to keep up with what I’m watching next @okfineillwatchit. Join the OK FINE! Community Discord to share your thoughts, give recommendations, or hang out at a watch party! Hosted by the Comedy Here Often? Podcast NetworkSound Effects from ZapSplat.com, Intro Music by Sonam Kaloti, Cover Art by Iconick DesignSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

45mins

1 Jun 2021

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Gavin Clarkson, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate

The Bob Clark Podcast

Gavin Clarkson, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate is Bob's guest and taking your phone calls today.

32mins

26 May 2020

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American Culture Crisis! Senate Candidate, Dr. Gavin Clarkson

Savvy Business, Life Unscripted

Concerned about the lack of job opportunities for his students, Dr. Gavin Clarkson is running as a Republican to fill the open U.S. Senate to be a champion for those whose voices are not heard in the halls of Congress -- for the legal immigrants like his wife, Marina, who followed the rules to become a citizen; for the victims of illegal immigrant crime; for the struggling farmers and ranchers in our rural areas, particularly those living along our unprotected border; and for those who are economically disempowered due to federal regulations and corporate welfare schemes that benefit establishment lobbyists at the expense of entrepreneurs and small businesses.Throughout his life, Dr. Clarkson has been an advocate for fairness, justice, and economic opportunity for all, particularly those who have been overlooked or ignored by the bi-coastal elites. Much of that drive, determination, and sense of public service comes from his upbringing. His father started out as an orphaned Native American kid during the Dust Bowl days of the Great Depression who had to dig through garbage cans for food. Nevertheless, his father would always say he was broke and not poor because “Poor is a state of mind. Broke is a temporary insufficiency of cash flow.” In 1943 he joined the Navy and became the first Native American to fly a jet, proof positive that poverty is not a life sentence. By 1963, Commander Clarkson became the senior nuclear targeting strategist at NATO headquarters in Paris. It was there he met Gavin’s mother, herself a tribal member who similarly rose up from abject poverty. She was also in the intelligence community with a top-secret security clearance.https://www.gavinclarkson.com/Catch other GREAT Savvy guests and #SavvyBizTips at:https://lifeunscriptedradio.com/ https://www.savvybusinessradio.com/

20mins

17 Oct 2019

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Making New Mexico Great Again – an Interview with Dr. Gavin Clarkson

Blunt Force Truth

On this episode of Blunt Force Truth, Chuck and Mark are joined by Dr. Gavin Clarkson. Dr. Clarkson is running in 2020 as a Republican to fill an open U.S. Senate seat in New Mexico.   Chuck and Mark kick off the show by asking more about Gavin’s background and family. He shares how his parents are a great example of the American dream and how he learned his work ethic from them. Dr. Clarkson also shares his educational background and work experience that led up to his run for the U.S. Senate.  They also discuss some of the policy issues in New Mexico and how the state has been impacted by some recent issues. Dr. Clarkson shares his position on some of the biggest challenges our nation faces and some of hisplans for Congress.  More about Dr. Gavin Clarkson:  Concerned about the lack of job opportunities for his students, Dr. Gavin Clarkson is running as a Republican to fill the open U.S. Senate. He aims to be a champion for those whose voices are not heard in the halls of Congress – for the legal immigrants like his wife, Marina, who followed the rules to become a citizen; for the victims of illegal immigrant crime; for the struggling farmers and ranchers in our rural areas, particularly those living along our unprotected border; and for those who are economically disempowered due to federal regulations and corporate welfare schemes that benefit establishment lobbyists at the expense of entrepreneurs and small businesses.  Throughout his life, Dr. Clarkson has been an advocate for fairness, justice, and economic opportunity for all, particularly those who have been overlooked or ignored by the bi-coastal elites. Much of that drive, determination, and sense of public service comes from his upbringing.   His father started out as an orphaned Native American kidduring the Dust Bowl days of the Great Depression who had to dig through garbage cans for food. Nevertheless, his father would always say he was broke and not poor because “Poor is a state of mind. Broke is a temporary insufficiency of cash flow.” In 1943 he joined the Navy and became the firstNative American to fly a jet, proof positive that poverty is not a life sentence. By 1963, Commander Clarkson became the senior nuclear targeting strategist at NATO headquarters in Paris. It was there he met Gavin’s mother, herself a tribal member who similarly rose up from abject poverty. She was also in the intelligence community with a top-secret security clearance.  An enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation, Dr. Clarkson earned his MBA from Rice University and his Doctorate in Technology and Operations Management from the Harvard Business School. Dr. Clarkson is also the only doctoral graduate in the history of the Harvard Business School who has placed in a livestock show.  While in Boston, he also chaired the board of a pro-life crisis pregnancy center and graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was the managing editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology and served as president of the Native American Law Students Association. Dr. Clarkson has held various university positions in Business, Law, Computer Science, and Information Systems since 1991 and has also taught at the 5th, 8th, and 12th grade levels.  Named the nation’s “leading scholar in tribal finance” by The Financial Times, Dr. Clarkson has been cited by Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, and USA Today on matters of tribal finance, and rural economic development, subjects he has taught as a professor at the University of Michigan, University of Houston, University of Montana, and New Mexico State University. Dr. Clarkson has also taught courses on corporate law, entrepreneurship, and computer science and information systems.  Most recently, Dr. Clarkson served...

1hr

8 Jul 2019

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Ep. 111 - Political Allegiance W. Nicole Willis & Gavin Clarkson Pt. 2

Breakdances With Wolves

Part 2 of a civilized conversation between people who are at philosophical odds with each other. Wes & Gyasi are joined by politico Nicole Willis and New Mexico Senate candidate Gavin Clarkson (R). From why Reagan deserves another look, abortion rights, economic empowerment and more, it's an engaging talk with some very sharp people.

50mins

20 May 2019

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Ep. 111 - Political Allegiance w. Nicole Willis & Gavin Clarkson Pt. 1

Breakdances With Wolves

Gyasi and Wes are joined by politico Nicole Willis and New Mexico Senate candidate Gavin Clarkson (R), to do something rarer and rarer, these days: have a civilized conversation between people who are at philosophical odds with each other. From why Reagan deserves another look, abortion rights, economic empowerment and more, it's an engaging talk with some very sharp people.

41mins

20 May 2019

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Episode 23 - Comedian, Gavin Clarkson

Cave Goblin Radio

Doug talks to Gavin Clarkson about Leslie Nielsen, superheroes, the Yukon Territory and so much more!Follow Gavin: https://twitter.com/Gavin_ClarksonFollow Doug: https://twitter.com/dougvandelayFollow the Show: https://twitter.com/vanxvancastFollow the Cave Goblin Network: http://twitter.com/cavegoblinsFind more podcasts and friends of the network at cavegoblins.com

43mins

14 Nov 2018