The Cameron Journal Podcast
By Cameron Cowan
The Cameron Journal PodcastFeb 22, 2021
Fashion Moves the World: Fashion Through Time
Today on The Cameron Journal podcast we are continuing our series on fashion by talking about fashion changes through time.
Containers and Logistics with Teo Lovenson
Lull & Storm is for everyone with an interest in the container transportation industry. Author Teo Lovenson talks about the details about different kinds of containers, how cargo is handled, how ports operate, and how freight is moved.
Fashion Moves the World: What is Fashion and Style
This time on Fashion Moves the World, we're talking about what is fashion and what is style (they are not the same!)
Joy from Fear & Aging Joyfully Carla Manly
Today we're talking with Carla Marie Manly and her books about Joy and Aging. This gets a bit therapizing for a minute (she is a therapist) but it has tons of great information.
Fashion Moves the World: The Zen of Bridal
This time on The Cameron Journal Podcast we're talking about fashion as it applies to weddings and marriages.
A Life on the Road with Brent Antonson
Brent Antonson has spent his life travelling, especially behind the old Iron Curtain. In this conversation, we're talking about his many travels and what it means to see the world.
Fashion Moves the World | Fashion and Function: Clothing and Story of Our Lives
Today on The Cameron Journal Podcast, we are in episode two of our special series on all things fashion. Today we're talking about fashion and function and how clothing works in our lives and tells a story.
The Zen of Self-Employed Life with Jeffrey Shaw
Jeffrey Shaw is the Author of The Self-Employed Life and LINGO, host of The Self-Employed Life podcast. Today we talking about self-employed life and how the self-employed can do better and make more money.
Fashion Moves the World: Fabric and Weaving
Welcome to my special series on fashion with my wonderful friend Bradi MacSleyne. We are talking about all things fashion and today we are going to start with fabric and weaving, the foundation of all clothing.
Why do Bad Things Happen to Good People? With Joseph Atman
Today we are talking with Joseph Atman the author of Something Known and we're talking about his theological journey and his answer to the question of why bad things happen to good people.
Let's Talk Systems with David Jenyns
David is the author of SYSTEMology - Create Time, Reduce Errors and Scale Your Profits With Proven Business Systems. We're talking about how to improve your business systems and make more money with much less hassle and headache.
Don't cry for Argentina's Inflation, Hunter Biden Goes to Trial, and the Sackler's Get Liability
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour, we're talking about the inflation situation in Argentina, Credit Swisse's collapse and swiss banking reform, the fires in Hawaii, a possible deal for the Hollywood screenwriters, and the latest in the Hunter Biden story as well as the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy case. It's a busy newsweek!
Self-care and Personal Wellness with Rita Hojnik
This week we're talking with Rita Hojnik who is the author of How to Fill Your Cup and Step Into Your Power. This book is a guide to self-care and how we can take better care of ourselves.
Netanyahu Reassures Investors, Commercial Real Estate Implodes and More Trump
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour, we are talking about the death penalty being handed down to the killer in the 2018 synagogue shooting, DeSantis trying to out run Trump by denying the Big Lie, Trump's latest indictment, and a smattering of economic news.
Conversation with "A Break In the Fog" author Molly Salans
Molly Salans is the author of "A Break In the Fog" a fiction book loosely based on her own experience escaping a cult. We have a wide ranging conversation about cults and how people fall into them and escape from them.
Twitter's Race Problem, Trump's Legal Troubles, and Rising Interest Rates
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour we're talking about the Fed's raising of interest rates and how it effects housing. We're also talking about the latest updates in the Hunter Biden plea deal and I talk for a bit about my experience on the new Twitter and what it means for us.
Leadership with Damon Lembi
"The Learn-it-All Leader" is a new book by Damon Lembi about how to become a great leader without having been born into the role naturally. He has a variety of great lessons on leadership and this is a not-to-miss conversation.
Barbenheimer Wins Big, Trump Bad Mail, and more!
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour, we're talking about who gets into elite schools (it pays to be rich), Elon's shifting brand strategy at Twitter (now X), a new evaluation of the Covid-19 origin story, and the right-wing terror of Barbie.
Talking with my new publisher, Wade Fransson!
Big news! I've decided to sign on with a small publisher called Something or Other Publishing, otherwise known as SOOP. We talk about how Wade got started in the book business and our budding partnership.
Trump Seeks Reprieve in Documents Case and more!
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour, we're talking about Trump's legal wrangling in the documents case, the SAG-AFTRA strike, the Microsoft-Activision deal, new EPA regulations, and the end of recession fears. It's another busy week of news here on The Cameron Journal.
Leaving Orthodox Judaism with Laya Martinez
Laya Martinez is the author of “When Your Family Says No" where she recounts her memoirs about meeting a non-jewish man, falling in love, and choosing to leave her entire world of friends and family for love.
SCOTUS Rulings and the big Putin Meeting with Wagner
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour, we're talking about all the Supreme Court rulings that dropped just before the holiday weekend and we're dashing through some international headlines I had saved up about Ukraine, Turkey, and Russia's internal issues with the Wagner group.
Countrywide Mortgage from the Inside with Wade Fransson
Today on The Cameron Journal Podcast, we're talking with Wade Fransson who worked at Countrywide Mortgage during the Great Financial Crisis. We get to hear what it was like on the side of America's biggest and more fragile mortgage company.
Listen to me have a therapy session with Reneau Puerifoy
Reneau Puerifoy is the author of "Why You Feel the Way You Do" is a book that helps readers move beyond their personality, DNA, and upbringing to pinpoint critical issues and self-destructive thought patterns that influence their well-being. This episode starts talking about his book and quickly turns into a therapy session with myself. So come along with us!
Overnight Coups and RFK Jr's Run
Today on The Cameron Journal Newshour we're talking about the coup that wasn't over the weekend in Moscow, the SCOTUS decision on student loan relief, Janet Yellen's trip to China and the rise of RFK Jr and his appeal against Joe Biden.
Talking with the Most Organized Man in the World: Andrew Mellen
Andrew Mellen is the author of "Calling Bullshit on Busy," and he is here today to help us organize our schedules, and our lives, and get more done without being exhausted and tired. We are all busy and Andrew is here to help us do more with much less.
Trump Indictment and Juneteenth | The Cameron Journal Newshour
This week we're talking about the Trump indictment and collection of stories about AI, Juneteenth, and how corporate America is helping minority-owned businesses with their supply chain changes.
Why You Should Give Up! With Byron Morrison
Byron Morrison has written a new book based on his years helping people and high level executives all over the world. His new book, "Why You Should Give Up!" is a work of reverse psychology that will challenge your assumptions about your work, life and yourself and push you to reach those bigger goals.
The Planksip Revolution with Daniel Sanderson
Daniel Sanderson is a street philosopher with a background in architecture. In this episode, we're talking about his background and how he started his popular philosophy publication, Planksip.
Oil Prices Set to Rise, Miami has a Crime problem and Mike Pence is Running!
Today on The Cameron Journal Podcast, we're talking about the 2022 midterms and how Millennials and Gen Z turned out in big numbers for democrats. Then we're talking about Mike Pence's run for president. After that, we're talking about Canada's efforts to get carbon capture to work and Saudi Arabia lowering production to raise the price of oil without its friends in OPEC. We're back after the holiday and its a busy news week. Oh, and we have a debt deal!
Talking about Fear with Alex Kharazi author of The Heart of Fear
What do skydivers, surgeons, and other risky people have in common? They are able to conquer their fears! In this relatively short chat in between her work as a doctor, we talk about her new book and what it means to conquer fear and transform your life.
Talking Autism with Martha Engber
Martha Engber is the author of a new book focusing on understanding her father's undiagnosed autism and how it has affected her life and the life of her family. This is a hard conversation (as an autistic person) but an important one.
China's Debt Issues, Debt Ceiling Talks, and Russia's Advance
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour, we're talking about a collection of stories. First off, we're checking in with MRFF about their work in removing a Christian symbol from a VA clinic. Then we are talking about the Supreme Court and Justice Thomas. We're talking about the situation in Ukraine and the issues around F-16 jets. Then we wrap up with all things debt on both sides of the Pacific.
Talking OddJohn with Justin Bollock
Today on The Cameron Journal Podcast we are talking with Justin Bollock. He is the author of a new book called Lo Wainwright, the last homosuperior. We are talking about the infamous OddJohn character and a little AI and philosophy along the way.
Trump's Durham Report, Drugged Remote Workers and more!
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour, we hear from the CEO of SVB who claims that the Fed's interest rates hikes and social media took the company down. Then we talk about the rising trend of remote workers doing drugs while working and how that ties into the Fentanyl crisis at the southern border. Then, we wrap up with the Durham report from the Trump years and their investigation into the FBI and the 2016 election. Oh, and the EU is allowing the Microsoft Activision deal, could that mean good news for the tech mega merger? Crypto Winter article
Conversations on Photography with Sean Hartgrove
Sean Hartgrove is a legendary photographer and I'm proud to call him my friend. In this special episode, we're going to talk about his career and life as photography and all the interesting people he's been around including Chester Bennington and so many others. This is a wide ranging conversation but very fun!
Trump's Gag Order, AI, NFTs, and Recession Fears | The Cameron Journal Newshour
Losing Something Sacred with Emmy Vine
Today, on The Cameron Journal Podcast, we're talking with Emmy Vine who is the author of a new book tackling the big theme of male sexual assault. The story behind this book is interesting and so is the conversation.
Hunter Biden's Child Support and First Republic's Fire Sale | The Cameron Journal Newshour
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour we are talking about the banking-crisis-that-is-not-a-crisis again as First Republic was swiftly sold to JPMorgan in a late night deal on Sunday. Then we are dashing through economic headlines and wrapping up with another salacious story about Hunter Biden.
What is Soul? With David Bloom
In this episode, we talk with David Bloom about his book, What is Soul? and his career as a music teacher and his commentary on modern music.
Modern Dating with Terrie Lynn
Terrie Lynn is the author of Why Did I Like You Anyway? A book for women who are trying to unlock dating secrets and figure out how to navigate our complicated modern dating scene. It's filled with real talk about sex, dating, and more.
The Germans Clean up the French Mess | The Cameron Journal Newshour
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour we're talking about the fallout from Macron's trip to China, the issue with Clarence Thomas' ethics violations, and DeSantis' ongoing war with Disney among other stories including California's water issues.
Seattle Real Estate with Ron Upshaw
In this wide-ranging conversation, I'm talking with Ron Upshaw from the Ron and Don Show here in Seattle about the local real estate market and what is going on in these strange times in real estate.
France gets cozy with China in latest meeting! | The Cameron Journal Newshour
This week on The Cameron Journal Newshour we're talking about the situation in Tennessee, Bud Light shooting itself in the foot, Fedex going toward independent contractors, and commercial real estate getting ready to implode. It's a busy week and we're talking about a variety of stories.
Letters from Lima with Shaun Randall
Today we're travelling to Lima, Peru where we meet with Shaun Randall who decided to check out the South American city to get out of chilly Chicago and this trip spurred on a book called Letters from Lima. We're going to talk about his book and his new life in Peru.
Trump's Indictment, More Layoffs and more! | The Cameron Journal Newshour
It's the weekly newshour with Cameron Lee Cowan! This week we are talking about the Trump indictment, a public housing project in NJ, and why inflation continues to rise.
A Memoir of Beauty and Memory with Judy Haveson
Today on The Cameron Journal Podcast, we're chatting with Judy Haveson about her memoir, which catalogs her life between the death of her beloved sister and the birth of her son. We talk about her life, the memoir writing process, and what is the true meaning of life.
The Banking Crisis Continues, Another School Shooting, and more | The Cameron Journal Newshour
Cameron Lee Cowan covers the week's headlines including more news about Chat GPT, the latest school shooting in Nashville, and more news from the banking crisis including the sale of Silicon Valley Bank and the losses reported at Charles Schwab. We're going through the headlines and keeping you informed!
Upstate Noir with Michael Sinclair
Author Michael Sinclair is with us today to talk about his series of 1920s noir books set in his hometown in upstate New York. His level of research is superb and we'll learn more about his process.
AI, Climate, Progress, and the Banking Crisis | The Cameron Journal Newshour
Welcome back! I'm finally restarting The Cameron Journal Newshour! This week we are talking about AI, the climate crisis and the our banking-crisis-that-is--not-a-crisis.