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64 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andrew Jackson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andrew Jackson, often where they are interviewed.

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64 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andrew Jackson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andrew Jackson, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 552 - Andrew Jackson Still Stands

Ross Patterson Revolution!
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Ross and Jessie discuss the craziness surrounding racial accusations being aimed towards Joe Rogan and Joey Diaz, Tina Fey releases an apology for “30 Rock” episodes showing blackface, people want to see the footage from the noose hanging in Bubba Wallace’s garage, Jessie covers a goldfish eating Crime Corner and, Ross ends the show with the mystery behind the recent death of hollywood producer Steve Bing who had connections to Jeffrey Epstein and the Clintons.

Jun 23 2020

1hr 22mins

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#321 - Even Coaches Need Coaches with Niki Sims and Andrew Jackson

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Matt's on holiday celebrating his 20th anniversary, so Barbell Logic staff coaches Niki Sims and Andrew Jackson met via Zoom to talk about the role coaching has played in their development as both lifters and coaches.

Both Andew and Niki have lifted for years now, and are advanced lifters, yet they still see value in regular coaching. While they may not need daily form reviews for each of their lifts, they appreciate the accountability that regular check-ins with a coach offers, as well as the unbiased third-party perspective on their programming. When attempting to program for yourself, it's tempting to let small deviations in technique slide, or perhaps to drop a set or two during a hard volume day. Over time these deviations add up, and detract from an advanced lifter's ability to make progress.

As a competitive lifter, Niki enjoys the attention her coach pays to both her mental and physical wellbeing during the peaking phase as a meet draws near. She likes a coach whose attention to programming and her wellbeing matches her own level of care, as she puts it.

You can find Niki and Andrew at Barbell Logic Online Coaching, as well as on Instagram:

@vera_nache: https://www.instagram.com/vera_nahce/

@andrewbarbender: https://www.instagram.com/andrewbarbender/

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Jun 01 2020

48mins

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#91: "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" (feat. Brendon Henderson of Wait in the Wings)

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"Populism Yea Yea!" This week Jess & Andrew are joined by the insightful and hilarious Brendon Henderson of Wait in the Wings to talk about the emo musical adaptation of our 7th President's life, "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson." It is a hoot to say the least.

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May 28 2020

1hr 6mins

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124 - Andrew Jackson and the Bank War

A Teacher's History of the United States
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Episode 124:

Nicholas Biddle and Henry Clay decide to challenge Andrew's Jackson's desire to do away with the bank...and they lose. 

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May 13 2020

33mins

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How We Strengthen our Marriage During Hard Times with Andrew Jackson [Episode 108]

Thriving In Motherhood Podcast
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Today we're talking about how to strengthen your marriage during hard times instead of letting those hard times pull you apart. I'm joined by my husband of almost 9 years, Andrew, for today's episode as we share some practical tips that have made all the difference for us as we've gone from bombing the hard times to having the hard times actually bring us together more.

Key Points from this Episode:
  • Everyone's challenging times are different, but we can apply some principles to keep on the same page with our spouse when we are feeling the challenge.
  • When big challenges are going on, remember that you can't always be "on." Give yourself and your spouse grace. Lower your expectations!
  • Paper plates, to us, means it's a hard season and dishes is something we can let slide. It's so much easier to get kids to dump their plates in the garbage than to handle all the cleanup of the kitchen after dealing with a meal.
  • Assume that your spouse is doing their best, even if it's nowhere close to their normal maximum capacity.
  • Check in and connect every night especially during hard times.
  • Ask "How are you? and Where are you at?" Figure out the stories you are telling yourself about your interpretations of the day. You'll often find that the same experience has impacted each of you completely differently.
  • Ask "If I could do one thing, what's the one thing that's the most meaningful or helpful to you today?" or "What deadlines do you have?" "What are your top priorities right now that need time and focus?"
  • Asking these types of questions help figure out the pain points everyone is dealing with and maximizes the little effort that can get done during the day.
  • We have weekly planning meetings as a couple. In that, we each share our top 3 priorities to accomplish that week. Planning helps us adjust our efforts to help both of us meet our goals.
  • Share some fun and happy things that happened each day during your evening check-in.
  • Friday night default is date night! Rarely do we leave the house, but we know we will spend the time together after kids are in bed. Planning on it makes it something to look forward to and help us grow closer together.
  • Serve your spouse a little, even if you feel maxed out. It will go such a long way!

May 13 2020

24mins

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Episode 536: Andrew Jackson’s Navy; Now More Than Ever?

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This first aired in Feb. 2017.

Since his election in November 2016, the administration and several articles have suggested Donald Trump is a new Andrew Jackson whose portrait now hangs in the Oval Office. What might that mean for the Navy? How did Andrew Jackson approach his Navy and what lessons can we draw from that?

Our guest for the full hour for a discussion of an understudied part of our naval history and what it could mean for the current administration is returning guest Dr. Claude Berube.

Claude is the Director of the Naval Academy Museum and has taught in both the Political Science and History Departments at the Naval Academy. He has worked in the U.S. Senate, as a maritime studies fellow at the Heritage Foundation, as the head of a terrorism analysis team for the Office of Naval Intelligence and as a defense contractor. An intelligence officer in the Navy Reserve, he deployed with Expeditionary Strike Group Five in 2004-05. His articles have been published in Orbis, Vietnam Magazine, Naval History, The Washington Times, Jane’s Intelligence Review, Naval Institute Proceedings and others. He’s also written or co-authored five books. He’s received his PhD through the University of Leeds.

Apr 19 2020

1hr 2mins

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A Photographic Life - 101: Plus Andrew Jackson

A Photographic Life
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In episode 101 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on photography within the home and through a window. He also talks about a recent trawl through 150 photo books that resulted in a 'box of confusion!'

Plus this week photographer Andrew Jackson takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which he answer’s the question ‘What Does Photography Mean to You?’

Andrew Jackson is an artist based in the UK who uses photography to explore the challenges of selfhood, representation and narration. His works focus on transnational migration, belonging, displacement, and memory. Jackson's images demonstrate how photography can challenge, reshape, revise and disseminate history, as well as disrupt assumptions in discreet, intimate and personal ways. In 2018 he was shortlisted for the Elliott Erwitt Fellowship and the Magnum Foundation Social Justice fellowship. He is an award-winning recipient of the Autograph ABP /Light Work (AIR) International Photography Residency in Syracuse, New York and a graduate of the MA Documentary photography program at Newport in Wales. His work is held in both International and National collections of photography such as the United Kingdom Government Art Collection, the Garman Ryan Collection, Light Work Collection at Syracuse University, Rugby Museum & Art Gallery and a range of private collections. He co-founded and was co-director of Some Cities CIC, a community-oriented participatory photography company in the UK, between 2013 and 2018. Selected clients include The Guardian Weekender, FT Mag, Stern magazine, The Telegraph, The Independent on Sunday, and the The Independent on Saturday. www.andrewjackson.photography

If you have enjoyed this podcast why not check out our A Photographic Life Podcast Plus. Created as a learning resource that places the power of learning into the hands of the learner. To suggest where you can go, what you can read, who you can discover and what you can question to further your own knowledge, experience and enjoyment of photography. It will be inspiring, informative and enjoyable! You can find out here: www.patreon.com/aphotographiclifepodcast

You can also access and subscribe to these podcasts at SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/unofphoto on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/a-photographic-life/id1380344701 on Player FM https://player.fm/series/a-photographic-lifeand Podbean www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/i6uqx-6d9ad/A-Photographic-Life-Podcast

Grant Scott is the founder/curator of United Nations of Photography, a Senior Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator: Photography at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, a working photographer, and the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Focal Press 2014) and The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Focal Press 2015). His book New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography was published by Bloomsbury Academic in 2019.
The documentary film, Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay can now be seen at www.youtube.com/watch?v=wd47549knOU&t=3915s.

© Grant Scott 2020

Apr 01 2020

20mins

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#292 - What Makes A Coach? Andrew Jackson at the PBC Seminar

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Barbell Logic Coach and VP of Coaching Excellence, Andrew Jackson presented a lecture to students at the March 2020 Professional Barbell Coach (PBC) Seminar on what being a professional barbell coach means. Many aspiring coaches get caught up in the nuts and bolts of training, programming, teaching, and cueing, while neglecting the business side of their coaching -- finding a market, setting profitable price points, and identifying good customers. Andrew's lecture touches on all these points, and how the PBC certification helps prepare coaches for success on the platform and in the marketplace.

You can download the slides from Andrew's presentation here:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jsUSsyvv8d2YPF_6EQ7qaBWrJ7xmobv0

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Mar 26 2020

51mins

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112 - Andrew Jackson's Florida Expedition and the Panic of 1819

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Episode 112:

General Andrew Jackson invades Florida and the Panic of 1819 begins to being an end to the Era of Good Feelings. 

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Feb 06 2020

33mins

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Andrew Jackson (1829-1837): His Legacy, Its Implications, and the $20 bill

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In this final episode on Jackson, we start with the $20 bill debate and then explore Jackson’s legacy including universal male suffrage, his legacy on race, and how his views impacted future generations of leaders including the Democratic party and even Abraham Lincoln.

Jan 04 2020

34mins

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