The Snake and The Kid to take on the Mexican 1000

Drag racing great Don “The Snake” Prudhomme is teaming with 16-year-old Jagger Jones at the Mexican 1000 off-road race in Baja California.

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Don Jr. Is Getting Really Good At Campaigning (HBO)

Republicans are focusing on turning out their base, too — sending surrogates out to help push their candidates over the finish line. One of the biggest draws on the stump this season is Presidential son, Donald Trump. Jr.

But why do people love Don Jr?

We went to a rally in West Virginia to see if people are coming to these events to see the man himself, or the man who raised him.

More than 200 people came to hear a Trump — basically any Trump — give them the full Trump Tower experience and also to support Patrick Morrisey. But Don Jr isn’t alone on the trail. Former Fox News Host and current girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle joins him at most of his campaign stops. As it turns out, Junior might actually be a little better than his father when it comes to staying on a coherent message.

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Keiser Report: Hippies vs Hipsters (E970)

Max and Stacy warn hipsters, “Don’t let the hippie man keep you down.” As the intergenerational baton is passed to a bigger voting bloc called ‘Millennial’, they look at the economic consequences to all the Ponzi and pyramid schemes which worked well for the Boomers. Max interviews Wolf Richter about the real numbers behind US income data and Germany’s export plunge. They also discuss whether or not Deutsche Bank can survive these days of major fines.

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Royalston – XOR [Med School]

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Emerging from the shadows are the thrills and chills of Royalston’s new album the “People on the Ground” LP out 30th October on Med School – the experimental sister label of drum & bass empire Hospital Records. For his second album, Sydney-based DJ and producer has ripped apart the rulebook with fifteen eccentric and exciting electronic tracks.

The “People on the Ground” LP explores through the obscure yet brilliant sounds of one of Sydney’s most talented exports for a haunting and hypnotic take on drum & bass. Title track features the captivating vocals of Hannah Joy and moves through melodic, piano foundations before catapulting into a euphoric whirlwind of sounds and styles making way for mania to come.

There are the sudden, schizophrenic switch-ups of “Give Me the World” and “I Saw the Face of a Person” that highlight Royalston’s unpredictable style. His game of guesswork keeps things exciting and exhilarating throughout with influences of techno, house and trance all enticingly tangled into dirty drums and deep bass. “The Wrath of Mr Sparkles” and “Don’t Give Me Up” are not to be taken lightly, unrelenting and unrestricted to any musical parameters.

Royalston has also enlisted a number of artists to join in the fun and games. Welcoming back Victoria, from pop group MA, cousin and fellow drum & bass producer Pearse Hawkins, Sydney-based singer Emily Harkness and emerging UK hip-hop artist Lyflyk.

When he’s not writing drum & bass Royalston pursues his other passion of illustration, which he’s made full use of in this project, with the intricate detail in his music replicated in the artwork he solely designed.

The “People on the Ground” LP accelerates Royalston from his previous album “OCD”, whilst keeping to his unorthodox approach to production mashing and merging genres into one crazed counterpart.

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The USA and its Immigration Dilemma – The Business of Life (Episode 5)

What would your life look like if the millions of undocumented immigrants working in the US were deported tomorrow? Depending on who you trust, immigrants are either a drag on the economy, or a net positive. So what are the costs and benefits of immigration? This week, we’re joined by NPR’s Adam Davidson, United We Dream’s managing director Cristina Jiménez, and former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum.

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What’s the Price of US Citizenship? – The Business of Life (Episode 5 Trailer)

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What would your life look like if the millions of undocumented immigrants working in the US were deported tomorrow? Depending on who you trust, immigrants are either a drag on the economy, or a net positive. So what are the costs and benefits of immigration? This week, we’re joined by NPR’s Adam Davidson, United We Dream’s managing director Cristina Jiménez, and former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum.

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Millennial Veterans and the Cost of War – The Business of Life (Episode 4)

The AUMF (The “Authorization of the Use of Military Force”) was a bill passed in the immediate wake of 9/11 and authorized the President of the United States to use all “necessary and appropriate force” against those who had aided the terrorists responsible for the attacks. In the nearly 15 years since its passage, the US has found itself involved in a never-ending war on terror, which presents increasingly complex ethical, legal, and strategic challenges.

To unpack the issue, we’ve enlisted journalist Spencer Ackerman, head of the Service Women’s Action Network and former marine Anu Bhagwati, and Sebastian Junger, the journalist and filmmaker responsible for the award-winning documentary Restrepo.

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Millennial Veterans and the Cost of War – The Business of Life (Episode 4 Trailer)

The AUMF (The “Authorization of the Use of Military Force”) was a bill passed in the immediate wake of 9/11 and authorized the President of the United States to use all “necessary and appropriate force” against those who had aided the terrorists responsible for the attacks. In the nearly 15 years since its passage, the US has found itself involved in a never-ending war on terror, which presents increasingly complex ethical, legal, and strategic challenges.

To unpack the issue, we’ve enlisted journalist Spencer Ackerman, head of the Service Women’s Action Network and former marine Anu Bhagwati, and Sebastian Junger, the journalist and filmmaker responsible for the award-winning documentary Restrepo.

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