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24th April 1800: The Library of Congress established when John Adams approves a budget of $5,000 for books

HistoryPod

The money allowed for the purchase of approximately 3,000 volumes from England that were housed in the north wing of the Capitol ...

24 Apr 2021

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John Adams & Craig Hemke: A New Silver Revolution is Sweeping the World

Palisades Gold Radio

Tom welcomes Craig Hemke founder of the TF Metals Report and the ever consistent Economist John Adams back to the show.Craig discusses his recent call on shortages beginning in particular mints. Some of the entities like the Comex are too big to fail and like the LBMA they will just change the rules. Breaking the Comex is putting energy in the wrong place. Think of the system as a massive fractional reserve system where price is determined by trading of digital derivatives contracts which have no connection to supply demand fundamentals. If you study that system you can find weak links that will trigger delivery failures. The weak links today are the public and private mints that are also running legal fractional schemes. Everything is fine until it's not as we are all discovering.Craig discusss how the corruption extends to the press, media and even the legal system.John explains how precious metals markets are controlled by an international syndicate. A global network of organizations and vested interests who are working in concert to keep prices suppressed. This network has tentacles that extend to the Australia and the Perth Mint. He explains how accounts at the Perth Mint have been affected by shortages as a result of people waking up and demanding their metals. We are seeing a revolution in the Australian silver markets. Once investors wake up and move from a synthetic position to a physical position they are never going to go back.Faith in The Perth mint is steadily declining inspite of their marketing attempts and now they are delivering Chines bars instead of Perth products to their customers.Craig describes the markets as being one big confidence game. There are a lot of people with synthetic accounts that believe they have access to physical metal but that ownership is increasingly questionable. The system works until it doesn't and you don't want to be the guy searching for a chair when the music stops.John doesn't believe were going back to normal and argues that we are seeing a permanent change in the market. The Perth Mint has recently announced rationing which has never happened in the Mint's history. Even employees of the Mint seem to be acknowledging that the silver market is rigged!Craig points out that no system either metals or the monetary system will survive based on lies. Once confidence is lost the system will have to revert to a new system one backed by something physical.Time Stamp References:0:00 - Intro0:50 - Calling the Shortages5:07 - Other Complicit Forces7:07 - JP Morgan & Comex10:08 - International Syndicate16:20 - Fractional Reserve Metals27:10 - Perth Website Changes31:13 - Chinese Bar Deliveries39:16 - Rules and Investor Belief48:42 - Kitco's Sordid History51:00 - Price Discovery?54:08 - Perth Mint Rationing59:00 - George Soros Moonshot1:03:00 - Foundations of Lies1:07:58 - Wrap UpTalking Points From This EpisodeBullion Banks and Being Too Big To FailPrecious Metals as a Fractional Reserve SyndicatePerth Mint Defaulting and Kitco DeliveriesConfidence and Failure to DeliverJohn Adams - Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/adamseconomicsBlog: https://www.adamseconomics.com/Website: https://www.asgoodasgoldaus.com.au/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzwmB2wn8Slp3hko2Gpj2iALinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jadams1796/John Adams is an internationally recognized thought leader and has extensive public policy, political, management consulting, and media experience. John brings a wealth of diverse skills and experiences across several industries in driving organizational and public policy outcomes.As Chief Economist at As Good As Gold Australia, he provides analysis and commentary through economic articles and online interviews. The Australian and global economies are well into unchartered waters, awash with unprecedented levels of debt.Craig Hemke - Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFMetalsWebsite: https://www.

1hr 10mins

7 Apr 2021

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Episode 10 - John Adams Hated Free Speech

Boozy's Legal Funhouse

In this episode Boozy discusses the basic history of the First Amendment and explains why the Man from Braintree hated Thomas Jefferson, but also the right to criticize his government!Stop in and join us!Recorded 3/29/2021Support the Legal Funhouse on Patreon! here.Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/lawyersandliquor)

1hr

31 Mar 2021

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# John Adams

The Keep left unless talking Podcast with Maje Saba.

John Adams returns to the Podcast, post the recent Presidential Election, with his thoughts as to why he believes the Election of Joe Biden was a fraud. John, is a highly skilled economist and his thoughts on the world economy also painted a bleak picture. Other than that we had fun. www.adamseconomics.com

1hr

10 Feb 2021

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John Adams

Ranking U.S. Presidents

We take a look at the second President of the U.S. John Adams and rank him. Does he topple George Washington's position as number 1 or does he fall short? And what was Adams all about? What was his personality, policy and presidency all about? We can say this much: Adams really surprised us!

45mins

15 Jan 2021

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The art and craft of John Adams.

Naxos Classical Spotlight

Raymond Bisha introduces a programme of orchestral music by the Pulitzer and Erasmus Prize-winning American composer John Adams. The two works on this new album from the Nashville Symphony under Giancarlo Guerrero demonstrate why Adams is one of today’s most widely performed and recorded composers. Adams describes My Father Knew Charles Ives as “an homage and encomium to a composer whose influence on me has been huge”, while Harmonielehre expands his trademark minimalist style, retaining its energetic pulse but embracing rich tonal resources of the past.

20mins

8 Jan 2021

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Podcast: The art and craft of John Adams.

The Naxos Blog

Raymond Bisha introduces a programme of orchestral music by the Pulitzer and Erasmus Prize-winning American composer John Adams. The two works on this new album from the Nashville Symphony under Giancarlo Guerrero demonstrate why Adams is one of today’s most widely performed and recorded composers. Adams describes My Father Knew Charles Ives as “an homage and encomium to a composer whose influence on me has been huge”, while Harmonielehre expands his trademark minimalist style, retaining its energetic pulse but embracing rich tonal resources of the past. View album details Catalogue No.: 8.559854

8 Jan 2021

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Alexander Hamilton & John Adams: A Superabundance of Hate

Plodding Through The Presidents

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical Hamilton barely touched on the relationship between Alexander Hamilton and John Adams, and we dive into the many reasons these men HATED each other. It all started with their differences during the Revolutionary War and the hate only grew during their power struggles in the Quasi-War and the viciously contentious Election of 1800. Not even Hamilton's untimely death could stop their feud, as Adams continued smearing Alexander's memory with a pseudo-medical theory that Hamilton’s “superabundance of secretions” were responsible for his power-hungry ways. Show notes and sources at plodpod.com Join our Patreon family at https://www.patreon.com/ploddingthroughthepresidents for exclusive bonus content! Sponsor: One Day University - the country's best professors present their greatest classes. Join live classes every weekday from home, or watch their 400+ past talks in their video library on demand. Our listeners get one month FREE at onedayu.com with the promo code PLODDING.

1hr 4mins

3 Nov 2020

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Episode 42 - John Adams

Happy Birthday Mr. President!

John Adams was born on October 30, 1735 in Braintree (now Quincy), MA, and he was the 2nd President of the United States. Feisty and hot-tempered, Adams represented the British soldiers accused of murder in the Boston Massacre. He was a consummate statesman serving the newly established United States of America as Minister to France, the Netherlands, and England. He was a colleague of Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin and George Washington. Although he found being Vice President under Washington to be a most "insignificant office." Learn more about "His Rotundity" on this episode of #HappyBirthdayMrPresident!

20mins

30 Oct 2020

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From the Archive: John Adams at 70

Nothing Concrete

In this episode we step back to 2016 when John Adams celebrated his 70th Birthday. We spoke to the composer and conductor about the music, sounds and even dreams that have defined his life.From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Eshmade. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Acast, Spotify, iTunes or wherever you find your podcast.Show your support for the Barbican by making a donation and help inspire more people to discover and love the arts. https://www.barbican.org.uk/donateSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

43mins

9 Sep 2020

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