Sweeping layoffs and hiring freezes have hit the tech industry hard this year. According to Layoffs.fyi, over 50,000 jobs were lost in November alone.The pandemic was good for the tech industry. But as life offline comes back, companies are struggling to retain the employees they hired during the pandemic.Outside of tech, layoffs are at a historic low. We discuss what the tech industry's economic wobbles mean for the economy as a whole. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Semiconductor chips are expected to make a huge economic impact – one with geopolitical implications. They're found in popular electronics like smartphones and gaming consoles and also in cars and military weapons. During the pandemic, disruption to global supply chains created an alarming shortage of them in the U.S. To reduce reliance on China's manufacturing, the Biden Administration passed the CHIPS Act. It allocates $52 billion dollars to build up America's semiconductor industry.We discuss the CHIPS Act, and how the money will be used. With all the layoffs in the tech industry, will the investment actually be worth it?Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Radical Responsibility Resources:https://www.fleetmaull.com/ https://www.facebook.com/heartmindinstitute/https://youtube.com/fleetmaullphd/https://www.linkedin.com/in/fleetmaull/https://www.instagram.com/heartmindinstitute/https://www.radicalresponsibilitybook.com/?r_done=1A new book by Fleet Maull, PhD Radical Responsibility: How to Move Beyond Blame, Fearlessly Live Your Highest Purpose and Become an Unstoppable Force for Good What is the greatest obstacle to fulfillment, success, and happiness? “It's the belief that your current situation, whatever it is, has the power to determine your future,” teaches Fleet Maull. Before he was a revered meditation teacher, Maull served 14 years in prison for drug trafficking. During that time, he embarked on a path of transformation and service that has helped tens of thousands from inmates to hospice patients to top-level business leaders. With Radical Responsibility, he invites us to experience for ourselves the life-changing journey from victim to co-creator. “When we escape the belief that we are limited by our circumstances or others, we access the full power of our authentic selves,” writes Maull. Through teachings, practices, and Maull's deep empathy for those in challenging life situations, this step-by-step book shows us how.Follow Direction Not Perfection: Podcast: https://www.healthaccountabilitycoach... Website: https://www.healthaccountabilitycoach... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/houselifestyles #directionnotperfection #rewritetherules #healthaccountabilitycoach
the House approved legislation on Wednesday that would institute a labor agreement between rail workers and their employers.Now that control of the House has flipped to the Republicans, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is asking the House January 6 committee to preserve all its records.Chinese officials are cracking down on protests against the country's zero-COVID policy.And a senior aide to King Charles resigned this week following "unacceptable and deeply regrettable comments" she made to a guest at a reception at Buckingham Palace.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
This is The Knock On, KCLR, and Scoreline.ie's weekly rugby podcast.In this episode, Stephen Byrne is joined by Tom Crotty from Carlow Rugby Club, James Blanchfield from Kilkenny RFC, and Johnny Tobin from Tullow RFC.The lads discuss... Kilkenny's win over Seapoint in 1A and their trip to Ashbourne this weekend. Tullow get a win over Cill Dara however they've a big task against table toppers Wicklow, Johnny Tobin's confident of his side. Carlow loses to Wicklow and prepares to make things right against Mullingar, Tom Crotty says they need to get back to simple rugby. We chat women's rugby and wins for Tullow over Old Belvedere and preview clash against Blackrock college, Kilkenny is away to Navan and the Rhino's are in action too. We talk youths rugby with a round-up of the action in Carlow, Kilkenny, and Tullow. And we chat about Kilkenny College and SETU. Don't forget to visit scoreline.ie for more on rugby, and of course, if you're into your GAA, we have the clash act and lots more.
As Floridians know, the Florida coastline was not always characterized by glitzy high-rises and massive condos that clutter the beach front. Not that many decades ago, it was easy to see the ocean driving down A-1A. The oceanside was a respite that shaped communities, lives, and livelihoods. This was South Miami. The South Beach Shark Club film directed and produced by Robert Ramos and Pedro Gomez is a compelling documentary about real-life shark fishermen who mentored boys and teens who were seeking something bigger than themselves. It tells the story of a club that evolved into an extended family that gave kids a reason to thrive on the shores of Miami and stay out of gangs. It is a step back to a bygone era of South Miami before commercialization. The documentary premiered at The Miami International Film Festival to sold-out audiences and won a MIFF Documentary Achievement award. It captures the South Miami community in the 1960s and 70s and the role the ocean and beach played in shaping a community. It is a story of the rugged, rogue fishermen who mentored the boys as surrogate fathers and taught them how to reel in the biggest catch ever. It is the best fish story ever told. Tune into this episode of The Truckers Network Radio Show when Shelley Johnson interviews Robert Ramos, director of this documentary to learn more. Please subscribe to our podcast. It's free! https://www.southbeachsharkclub.com/ https://tncradio.live/ #SouthBeachSharkClub #SouthMiamiBeach #Miami #Sharks #Fishing #Fishermen #RobertRamos #PedroGomez #TheTruckersNetworkRadioShow #ShelleyMJOhnson #TNCRadioLive @TNCRadioLive #CubanAmericans #RisingAboveTheOdds #Strength #Mentors #FishStories #SharkHunters
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager answers some viewers questions with the help of relationship expert Devyn Simone. Also, Kenan Thompson in studio 1A to host a game of People's Choice Awards with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager. Plus, Bobbie Thomas shares five of her favorite beauty products. And, Dan Rhodes shares some magic tricks with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager and talks about his new book “The Magic.”
The pandemic has spread healthcare workers pretty thin over the last few years. With staffing shortages and wave after wave of COVID cases, that wear has become increasingly apparent. But burnout is not new to the healthcare field. "For the most part, we don't talk about this stuff, because we were told we're not supposed to," says Dr. Jessica Gold.We talk to doctors about their experiences dealing with mental illness while practicing medicine, and we hear your stories. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Some good news on the economy ahead of the holidays as the push to control inflation and soaring prices could be working—Tom Costello shares the latest. Also, a Virginia man accused of murdering the mother and grandparents of a teenage girl he met online after using a fake identity, now the victim's family speak out urging parents to know who their kids are talking to online. Plus, Trevor Noah in studio 1A to talk about his new Netflix comedy special “I Wish You Would” as he is set to end his 7 year run as a host of “The Daily Show.” And, Hoda kotb has a one on one with Dolly Parton to talk about her new Christmas special and more.
Callers on Kanye's message: "Conspiracies" or "TRUTH"? JLP on Dr. Phil, that's exciting! Twitter mess! Do "protests" work without establishment support? The Hake Report, Wednesday, November 30, 2022 AD MUSIC: "Beat the System" - Petra (1984, Beat the System) // "Get on Your Knees and Fight Like a Man" - Petra (1987, This Means War!) // CALLERS BRIAN, NC: Ye, Milo, Nick walking off Timcast. Confused by Hake's use of "opinions." // HAMZA, NY: Believe in the conspiracies? Confused. You've lost your mind! (Cussing, hung up.) // IAN, CA: Welcome back, Hake! I drive six hours for Church and Men's Forum at BOND! // RICK, HAMPTON, VA: (Not ready! Apparently talking to someone else!) // FREDERICK, CA: Protests work! Religions plagiarized Pharaohs! // JIMMY, NY: We're the real Israelites and Native Americans! Hake hangs up on him. // DIELAWN, CA: Protest should be our way of life! We should use tactical guilt! // TIME STAMPS 0:00:00 Wed, Nov 30, 2022 0:02:20 Hey, guys! JLP on Dr. Phil 0:05:42 BRIAN, NC: Ye walk-off, opinions, perceptions 0:22:59 HAMZA, NY: Conspiracies? You lost your mind! 0:29:56 Post-HAMZA reflection… How Hake sees evil 0:34:46 Jon Stewart: Censorship, penalties not the answer! 0:38:41 Hassan: Colbert looked nervous! 0:40:30 MTracey: Twitter Abusive behavior policy 2015 0:47:52 Supers: Value in Ye's words; JLP on Dr. Phil; Sleepy Joe 0:53:17 "Beat the System" - Petra (1984-85) 0:57:06 Hake during music, reading chat 0:58:43 Super: Trump/DeSantis Anti-BDS laws vs. 1A? 1:02:19 IAN, CA: You're back! Driving hours for BOND meetings 1:08:24 FALSE START WITH RICK, VA… 1:09:02 FREDERICK: Pharaohs, Protests… 1:20:22 JIMMY, NY: We're the Israelites or Natives, Gossip 1:25:47 An0maly and JLP on Twitter blue checkmark 1:30:47 Excitement, Dr. Phil appearance 1:35:00 "You're not honest!" "No one is!" 1:36:56 DIELAWN: We need to protest as a way of life 1:47:00 (Frederick was not the vulgar one! Hake confused!) 1:48:04 Tucker, Politico, 2016: Trump truth is thrilling 1:55:42 "Get on Your Knees and Fight Like a Man" - Petra (1987) The Hake Report LIVE M-F 9-11 AM PT (12-2 PM ET) Call-in 888-775-3773 thehakereport.com BLOG POST https://www.thehakereport.com/blog/2022/11/30/kanye-conspiracies-or-truth-jlp-on-dr-phil-wed-11-30-22 HAKE LINKS VIDEO YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | Odysee* || Archive Rumble | BitChute PODCAST Apple | Spotify | Castbox | Podcast Addict | Pocket Casts | PodBean | Substack *SUPER CHAT Streamlabs || SUPPORT Substack | SubscribeStar | Locals || SHOP Teespring NOTE: Liberal platforms commonly censor Hake's content. Also see Hake News from The Jesse Lee Peterson Show.
The Indian Child Welfare Act is before the Supreme Court once again, almost a decade after Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl. Earlier this month, the Court heard oral arguments in the case Haaland v. Brackeen, the legal action about who gets precedence when it comes to adopting Native children. We discuss what the Indian Child Welfare Act does and if struck down, what it could mean for tribal law and Native Americans.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Millions affected by severe weather across three gulf states with nearly two dozen reports of tornadoes that left many homes destroyed, and without power. Also, a big win for USA in the world cup over Iran as they head to the next round. Plus, On The Money—Stephanie Ruhle shares some strategies to help you save money on your holiday shopping. And, Wellness Wednesday—Kristen Helmstetter in studio 1A to talk about her new book “Coffee Self-Talk, 5 Minutes A Day To Start Living Your Magical Life.”
Kodey runs this episode and expresses Coach V and Gideon's thoughts on the semifinals in 3A, 4A, and 5A while closing with in depth recaps of the 1A and 2A state champions! We also check-in on our postseason predictions and points, crown Playmakers of the Week brought to you by Coderedcoaching, and predict who will be champions on December 3rd! Timestamps: 0:00-0:40 CodeRedCoaching 0:41-1:25 Intro 1:26-12:38 Valor Christian vs. Ralston Valley 12:39-18:05 Cherry Creek vs. Pine Creek 18:06-24:15 Palmer Ridge vs. Loveland 24:16-33:41 Broomfield vs. Erie 33:42-37:06 Durango vs. Lutheran 37:07-39:37 Roosevelt vs. Green Mountain 39:38-56:24 Delta vs. Eaton 56:25-1:14:34 Limon vs. Wray 1:14:35-1:16:42 1A/2A Debrief 1:16:43-1:20:05 Playoff Predictions Recap/Review 1:20:06-1:27:50 Championship Picks 1:27:51-1:34:28 Playmakers of the Week 1:34:29-End Outro and Announcements https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
It's been 25 years since the release of The Spice Girls' second album, "Spiceworld." The record, released on November 1, 1997, went five times platinum. The group that popularized the phrase "Girl Power," the Spice Girls are the best-selling girl group of all time. But before the Spice Girls, there were many others. From The Andrew Sisters to The Supremes, we can trace the evolution of the girl group throughout music's history. In this episode the 1A Record Club takes a look at the influence of "Spiceworld" and the cultural phenomenon of girl groups. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
The countdown begins for today's U.S.A soccer game against Iran. Also, Giving Tuesday—Rob Gronkowski in studio 1A to talk about his support to The National Campaign—“No Kid Hungry.” Plus, Consumer Confidential—Vicky Nguyen shares some tips on how to avoid making mistakes when shopping this season by reading the fine print. And, the story behind Apache Skateboards—a company owned by Douglas Miles who wants to spread awareness of Native American Culture through his art in each skateboard.
Nerdette Book Club is back for a spoiler-filled episode to discuss this month's pick, ‘Sweet, Soft, Plenty Rhythm' by Laura Warrell. Public radio reporter Sonari Glinton and host of NPR's 1A, Jenn White, join us to unpack Warrell's jazzy debut novel. We also get the chance to listen to some of our amazing listeners. Thank you for calling in!
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager catch up with Bethany Frankel and her new NBC show “Money Court.” Also, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager play a game of“All Rise” with Bethany Frankel. Plus, lifestyle expert—Chassie Post shares some personalized gift ideas. And, author Katy Hays in studio 1A to talk about her book “The Cloisters” and answers some Read-With-Jenna club members questions.
Kier Simmons in studio 1A to talk about Prince William and Princess Kate's visit to the U.S. Also, Vicky Nguyen shares some strategies on how to save money and get your gifts on time. Plus, Sisterhood—the story behind a group of new moms who found comfort in each other's company while taking a walk. And, Katherine Heigl in studio 1A to talk about her role in the new Netflix series “Firefly Lane.”
Hoda kotb and Jenna Bush Hager answer some viewers social dilemmas. Also, Justin Long in studio 1A to talk about his role in the new holiday rom-com movie “Christmas With The Campbells.” Plus, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager play a game of "Don't Look Back!" with Justin Long. And, lifestyle expert—Evette Rios shares some Cyber Monday deals.
*this case includes children* On this episode of MWMH, Payton and Garrett discuss the brutal slaying of 4 family members at Thanksgiving. Live Show Tickets: https://www.moment.co/murderwithmyhusband Links: https://linktr.ee/murderwithmyhusband Case Sources: the-sun.com, "Holiday Horrors: Most gruesome Thanksgiving murders from pastor who shot family over game to man who ‘waited 20 years' to kill relatives," by Luke Kenton, November 25, 2021 "Merhige had history of mental problems, says man who knew him well," by John Lantigua, November 26, 2009 tampabay.com, "Gunman Said Nothing Before Killings,' November 29, 2009 palmbeachpost.com, "An unusual suspect: Merhige was likable honors student before he did the unthinkable," by Adam Playford, December 18, 2009 tampabay.com, "TV Show Plays Big Role in Murder Case," January 9, 2010 nbcmiami.com, "Witness: Thanksgiving Killer Went Back to Shoot Girl Again," by Janie Campbell, September 4, 2010 nbcmiami.com, "Thanksgiving Killer's Parents File Countersuit," by Brian Hamacher, November 29, 2011 palmbeachpost.com, "Merhige had history of mental problems, says man who knew him well," by John Lantigua, March 31, 2012 wptv.com, "10 Years After The Jupiter Thanksgiving Murders: A Family Remembers," by Kelley Dunn, November 22, 2019 YouTube.com, channel MirrorMind: The Disturbing Story of Paul Merhige | True Crime, November 24, 2021 Newspaper.com sources: Mike Phillips, The Miami Herald, "Khoury League starts traveling to Japan," 31 July 1986, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/632678571); citing print edition, p.24 The Stuart News, "Stations win six Emmys," 7 December 1992, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/886580679), citing print edition, p.D1 Andrew Marra, Bill DiPaolo, Eliot Kleinberg, Sun-Sentinel, "Shooter kills four in holiday rampage," 28 November 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/286398908); citing print edition, pp. 1, 3 Elinor J. Brecher, The Miami Herald, "Tragedy echoes '73 murders, suicide," 29 November 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/658361525); citing print edition, p.14A Carol Marbin Miller, Jennifer Lebovich, The Miami Herald, "Twin sisters silenced forever," 29 November 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/658361459); citing print edition, pp.1A, 14A Robert Samuels, The Miami Herald, "Slain sisters' voices heard again," 1 December 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/658492900); citing print edition, p.3B Liz Balmaseda, The Palm Beach Post, "Without Makayla," 25 December 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/206748667); citing print edition, p.A1 John Lantigua, The Palm Beach Post, ""'Pleasant' motel guest rarely went out, explained to owner: 'I'm just resting'," 4 January 2010, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/208095494); citing print edition, pp. 1A, 8A Jane Musgrave, The Miami Herald, "Pair sued over son's spree," 16 September 2011, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/654931364); citing print edition, p. 3B Daphne Duret, The Palm Beach Post, “7 Life Sentences for Merhige: 'He Will Never See the Light of Day'," 28 October 2011, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/163645273); citing print edition, pp. 1A, 8A Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A record number of bills targeting trans people in the U.S. have passed this year. In February, Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott issued a directive, classifying gender-affirming care as child abuse. 1A recently traveled to Austin to speak with trans kids and their families as part of the Remaking America Series. This conversation is part of our Remaking America collaboration with six public radio stations around the country. Remaking America is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
A gentler-than-usual Saturday crossword, possibly a sop to those still wandering about in a tryptophan fog. That's not to say it wasn't a fun experience - you are estopped from saying that about a grid that manages to work in 4D, Classical orator, RHETOR, 42A, Unfailingly loyal, RIDEORDIE, and 1A, Influential book sellers, BLURBS (nice one!).It's also Saturday, which means it's time to award our weekly JAMCOTWA (Jean And Mike Crossword of the Week Award). Who won? Was it Monday? Tuesday? EtcDay? To find out, download, listen up (and don't forget to subscribe!)Contact Info:We love listener mail! Drop us a line, email@example.com.Also, we're on FaceBook, so feel free to drop by there and strike up a conversation!
The world's eyes are on the 32 national soccer teams hoping to win big at this year's FIFA World Cup in Doha, Qatar.It's the first time the competition is being hosted in the Middle East. And while fans from across the globe descend on the tiny host country to cheer on their favorite teams, controversy has taken center stage.We'll hear more from experts about the mess and get the latest on the tournament.We'll also chat about Lionel Messi's legacy and more as we preview NPR's new bilingual sports podcast, "The Last Cup."Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Frawls, Burkey & Moss are back to review Round 6 of the Energia AIL action, along with a preview of Round 7. Title winning second row Mick Kearney is discusses last years win and Clontarf's start to the season as defending Champs in 1A. Sponsored by Fitzwilliam Sports, Rugby Travel Ireland and Powered by Energia #PositiveEnergy www.fitzwilliamsports.com/AIL
In 2019, Tembi Locke published her memoir titled "From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home." In it, she tells the story of how she pieced her life back together after losing her husband, Saro, to cancer.The book is also a celebration of their love story. And that love story is now the center of a Netflix series also titled "From Scratch." Tembi and her sister Attica act as writers, showrunners, and producers on the show.They join us to talk about bringing their story to the screen.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
In February, Haiti declared that after more than a decade of battling cholera, it had fully eliminated the disease.Less than a year later – cholera is back, and it's devastating the already-beleaguered country.Armed gangs, a fuel blockade, and widespread hunger all have contributed to the outbreak.We discuss how Haitians are dealing with the situation and what countries like the U.S. are doing to help.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Multigenerational living is by no means a new arrangement. But it has become more common in recent years. The number of Americans living in multigenerational households has quadrupled since 1971, according to Pew Research Center. Financial issues were cited as the top reason people chose to live in multigenerational households. It can also benefit older adults who need assistance, parents in need of childcare, and young adults not yet ready to strike out on their own.We talk about the joys, pains, and economic gains of multigenerational households.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Many popular artists take advantage of a pricing system used by live events company Ticketmaster that sets prices based on demand. The more people waiting in line for tickets, the higher the prices go. But many fans aren't happy with the ballooning costs. Live Nation, Ticketmaster's parent company, owns concert venues, promotes tours, and sells tickets. Some say that leaves little room for competition, hurting fans, artists, and the industry at large. We discuss Live Nation as a monopoly, who it hurts, and what's being done to address the lack of competition. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Jim Reamer and Kyler Staley breakdown their top 10 teams in 1A. Thank you for listening to Courtside Indiana podcast. If you listen every week, we appreciate it. If not, please hit the subscribe or add button on your podcast app to get them delivered straight to your phone tablet or desktop. As always, we'd appreciate a rating and review, and you can reach us directly on our Courtside Indiana Twitter and Instagram Follow us on both platforms at: @Courtside I N D Sponsors: If you haven't heard about Anchor by Spotify, it's the easiest way to make a podcast - with everything you need all in one place. Let me explain: • Anchor has tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer • When hosting on Anchor you can distribute your podcast on listening platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcast, and more • It's everything you need to make a podcast, in one place • And best of all, Anchor is totally free! Download the Anchor app or go to Anchor.fm to get started Box Out Sports is the leading online graphics solution giving you the ability to create professional content in seconds to highlight your team and student-athletes this season. You can sign up for a free demo at BoxOutSports.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1F6ay4eVjjfEdksodpaZsA?si=mY7b4OO-SNGYoFatjvo7bQ Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/courtside-indiana-podcast/id1506939265 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xYTczZTcwOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw Or listen on your computer at: https://anchor.fm/courtside-indiana --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/courtside-indiana/message
A GRAND Sunday crossword by Joe Deeney, who seems to be able to crank these out LIKECLOCKWORK (this is his 14th since 2017!) -- while he may like to slip a SLOTH into the grid, he clearly is not one! He was able to GETOFFONTHERIGHTFOOT with 1A, Tot's rocker, HORSY, and kept it going all the way to 116A, Schnozzes (what a great clue!), SNOOTS (an even greater answer!).We have more to say about this TNT, er dynamite, of a puzzle, as well as listener mail, so as always we invite you to subscribe, download, listen up and enjoy!Contact Info:We love listener mail! Drop us a line, firstname.lastname@example.org.Also, we're on FaceBook, so feel free to drop by there and strike up a conversation!
Kevin and Jerel give you a recap of Round 3 of the Playoffs in South Carolina High School Football! Tune in now for an in-depth breakdown of Lewisville - Christ Church (2:52-9:58), Daniel - Powdersville (9:58-29:38), Pee Dee Academy - Florence Christian (29:38-46:27), 5A (46:27-53:22), 4A (53:22-59:21), 3A (59:21-1:04:19), 2A (1:04:19-1:10:23), 1A (1:10:23-1:13:41), SCISA (1:13:41-1:16:08), Stock Up (1:17:45-1:19:37), Playoff Performers (1:19:38-1:24:08), & more! #schsfb #hsfb **LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE** Hosts: Kevin Thomas (@K_Mart10) & Jerel Hendricks (@Ol_Rel) Follow Movin' the Chains here: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Email: MovingTheChainSC@gmail.com Check Out Our Sponsors! The George Agency Secured Advantage Federal Credit Union Carolina Orthopaedic & Neurosurgical Associates Founders Federal Credit Union Hanna Engineering, LLC Always on Top Audio Version Now Available Wherever You Get Your Podcasts! Anchor Spotify Breaker Amazon Music Google Podcasts Apple Podcasts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movinchains/message
Almost half of eligible voters cast a ballot in the most recent election, according to the U.S. Elections Project.Still, voters can feel like our centuries-old voting system isn't working for us today.1A spent election week in Wichita, Kansas, after voters decided to change how they elect their city school board.This conversation is part of our Remaking America collaboration with six public radio stations around the country. Remaking America is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Results from the 2022 midterm elections continued to trickle in this week. The GOP took control of the House of Representatives and the Democrats managed to hold onto the Senate. Meanwhile, in Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says his military's reclamation of the city of Kherson is "the beginning of the end" of the conflict. U.S. President Joe Biden has asked Congress to approve $37 billion in emergency aid for Ukraine.In sports news, the World Cup has not yet officially started but controversy is already percolating. Players and government officials are publicly criticizing host nation Qatar over well-documented human rights abuses. Qatari officials are in turn calling their critics racist.We cover all this and more during this week's News Roundup. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Every ten years, election maps are re-evaluated and redrawn to reflect states' populations. But how the maps are drawn differs from state to state. So was the outcome of the midterms determined before voters even cast their ballots? We gather a panel of experts to discuss how redistricting can advantage one party over another. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
As the largest minority group in the United States, Latino voters have a huge say in how elections shake out. While most Latino voters have traditionally leaned into the Democratic Party, both political parties have been largely unsuccessful in solidifying the voting bloc's support in the past four decades. We convene a panel of experts to discuss what's driving the shift in Latino voting patterns, and what it might mean for future elections. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Donald Trump is expected to announce his third presidential run following disappointment in the midterm results. Also, a story of hope and determination as Kenyan girls get the opportunity to attend school. Plus, Finding Calm TODAY—CEO and founder of Tripp—Nanea Reeves in studio 1A to shares some ways and techniques to help alleviate stress with some calming tools. And, on the ground in Moonachie, NJ at the 72 thousand square foot studio where all the floats are designed and built for the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.
We've heard a lot about candidates and parties, 132 measures were also on ballots across the U.S. last week.From decriminalizing psychedelic mushrooms to prohibiting slavery, to implementing new rules around how and where we vote, Americans made a ton of local decisions with national implications this November.We discuss some of the midterm results you might have missed and what they mean for American attitudes on important issues.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
NBC correspondent—Sam Brock shares some tips on how you can save money on your upcoming holiday travel. Also, Cristina Applegate receives a star at the Hollywood walk of fame recognizing her career and accomplishments. Plus, catching up with Hugh Bonneville and his new memoir “Playing Under The Piano: From Downtown To Darkest Peru.” And, Danica McKellar in studio 1A to talk about her role in the new movie “Christmas at the drive-in.”
The majority of GOP candidates on the ballot this midterm have denied or challenged the results of the 2020 presidential election.So far, election-denying candidates have performed slightly worse than expected. But this doesn't mean the threat of election denialism is gone.We discuss what this midterm reveals about the future—or lack thereof—of election denialism.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Dr. John Torres shares some tips on how to stay healthy as the holidays approach and RSV, flu, and covid cases continue to rise. Also, Consumer Confidential—data reporter Brian Cheung shares some ways you can keep your credit score in a good standing and why its so important to do so. Plus, Andrew Morton In studio 1A to talk about his new book “The Queen: Her Life.” And, catching up with Peter Billingsley to talk about the new “Ralphie” sequel “A Christmas Story Christmas.” And, editor chief of travel and leisure—Jacqui Gifford shares some holiday travel deals and ideas.
Manhunt underway—as three people killed, and two others wounded at the University of Virginia. Also, Democrats take control of the Senate after victories in Arizona and Nevada while the House still remains in question. Plus, Dr. John Torres in studio 1A to share some tips on how to stay healthy as the holidays approach. And, Finding Calm Today—Hoda Kotb and Al Roker get to join a breathing class that is helping people fight stress and anxiety.
The midterms are largely over, but the nation is still waiting for some key results. The "red wave" Republicans predicted failed to materialize and Democrats managed to hang on to contested seats and even flip a few districts. Elon Musk's Twitter is trying to clear new self-imposed hurdles. Meanwhile, elsewhere in Silicon Valley, Facebook's parent company Meta announced it's laying off 11,000 of its employees.Overseas, Russia has announced the withdrawal of its troops from the key Ukrainian city of Kherson. In private conversations, U.S. authorities have asked Ukrainian leaders to show they are open to negotiating with Russian President Vladimir Putin.And in sports, Qatar attempts to navigate criticism over its human rights record in the run-up to the Fifa World Cup. We cover all this and more during the News Roundup. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Results are still being declared in the U.S. midterm elections. Control of Congress hangs in the balance. Republicans seem poised to take control of the House of Representatives. But the Senate fight is on a knife's edge. We discuss the latest in Georgia, Nevada, and Arizona. We also take a look at how the U.S. voted down the ballot. Millions weighed in on a range of measures from recreational drugs, to abortion rights, to sports betting, and the climate crisis. We discuss what was approved, what was rejected, and what we can expect to see put to the test in 2024. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
For weeks, Republicans have been predicting a "red wave" would wash over the U.S. this midterm cycle. But that wave did not materialize. Control of Congress is still up in the air, with both the Senate and the House still too close to call. We'll check in on Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, and others throughout the show today. And we'll hear live calls from voters across the United States. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
For many, voting is a chance to make sure their voices are heard. But full and fair representation can feel out of reach depending on where you live and the party that dominates your district. We're camping out on so-called "political islands." These are cities or counties whose political demographics don't align with the states in which they're located. We discuss why living in these political islands can be frustrating but important for democracy. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
More than 35 million people have already voted in this year's midterm election, that's according to the United States Elections Project. But poll workers and voters alike are getting ready for Election Day and for some, that means dealing with threats of violence. U.S. security agencies like the Department of Homeland Security have issued threat advisories, warning against violence towards political figures and election officials. We discuss what all of that means for voters and answer your questions about what is and isn't allowed at the polling place.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
The first days of Elon Musk's Twitter have been full of controversy. The Tesla co-founder fired the company's board of directors and is planning to lay off about half the existing workforce in an attempt to cut costs. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week, including those in a case involving the future of affirmative action at U.S. universities.Meanwhile in Africa, the Ethiopian government and Tigrayan forces have agreed to end a two-year conflict at peace talks in South Africa this week. The war has claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands since it began two years ago. Far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro lost the presidential election this week to former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Bolsonaro has signaled he will hand over the country's reins without issue. We cover all this and more during this week's News Roundup.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.