Aca-scuse me? The Ringer's Juliet Litman, Jodi Walker, and Kate Halliwell cause treble as they revisit the 2012 musical comedy ‘Pitch Perfect' starring Anna Kendrick, Skylar Astin, Brittany Snow, and Anna Camp. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010 to the disruptions of a once-in-a-century pandemic, the past decade has seen rapid evolution in the US healthcare system. Behind the partisan political controversy, where does American healthcare stand today? What's working in the system and what isn't? And are we any closer to a sustainable approach that can both lower costs and improve outcomes? In this episode of CEO Perspectives, The Conference Board CEO Steve Odland hosts a wide-ranging conversation Steve Messinger, partner at ECG Management Consultants and recognized leader in healthcare consulting. Tune in to explore: What is the history behind the US healthcare system and what forces have driven its evolution to the model we have today? What has changed since the enactment of the ACA? A decade after passage, how has the landmark bill lived up to its goals on healthcare quality, access, and cost? Why is healthcare so expensive in the US, and what areas can be targeted to control costs: Preventative care? Acute care? Prescriptions? The fee-for-service model? How has COVID-19 impacted the national landscape of healthcare? What did we learn from the pandemic and what are the implications going forward? What can we learn from other countries? What are pros and cons can we take from systems such as those in Canada, the UK, the rest of Europe, and further afield? Why is healthcare so difficult to “fix”? Are there any obvious changes to regulations or policy choices that can deliver major benefits at relatively little cost in funds and disruption?
Penrith Panthers' celebrations continue as they win NRL Grand Final again, another rain bomb on the way, is Hillary Clinton going for the top job again? Channel 9 look to announce new ACA presenter soon and Lil Nas X takes a dump. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Health Affairs' Kathleen Haddad and Chris Fleming conduct a whistle-stop tour of the current health policy litigations flowing through the courts.Related Links: Providers Sue (Again) Over No Surprises (Health Affairs Forefront) Lawsuit Challenges Federal Copay Accumulator Policy (Health Affairs Forefront) Court Holds That Key ACA Preventive Services Requirements Are Unconstitutional (Health Affairs Forefront) Will The US Supreme Court Strike Down The ACA's Preventive Services Coverage Requirement? (Health Affairs Forefront) Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available — and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castro | Stitcher | Deezer | Overcast
Maithy B. Ta, DC, is a practicing chiropractor at MyoCore located in Truman Medical Center in downtown Kansas City, where she helps patients of all ages meet their pain-free functional goals. She enjoys working within a multidisciplinary atmosphere and helping advocate for her patients throughout the hospital. She graduated with honors from Cleveland University-Kansas City and from the University of Kansas with a degree in Human Biology. She remains active within the profession by being a part of the leadership team at the Forward-Thinking Chiropractic Alliance, the co-chair of ACA Membership Taskforce, and a member of the ACA's Medicare Advisory Board, Legislative Committee, and Committee on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. She is a fierce advocate for the profession both locally and on Capitol Hill and most enjoys helping to build communities and networks for progressive chiropractors who are evidence-based, collaborative, and person-centered.
The Bar on Healthcare – September 2022: The Inflation Reduction ActWelcome back to the Bar! J.D. and Kerri return from summer break to discuss the Inflation Reduction Act's effects on healthcare, including prescription drug pricing, changes to Medicare, and ACA exchange subsidies. And in Last Call, J.D. reminds us to always keep our heads in the game – or at least our eyes on the big screen.
In this episode we discuss the emergence of new ESMA marketing guidelines; compliance with the SEC's new marketing rule coming into effect November 4, 2022; and key takeaways of interest for sponsors operating in the EU and the U.S. Meet Your Episode Three Hosts:David W. Blass, Simpson Thacher Partner; formerly served as General Counsel of the Investment Company Institute and also held senior roles for over a decade at the SEC Meaghan A. Kelly, Simpson Thacher Partner; specializes in advising fund managers with respect to SEC examinations, compliance and disclosure questions, and SEC enforcement investigations Owen Lysak, Simpson Thacher Partner; leads the Firm's European financial services and funds regulatory practice, advising private funds and alternative asset managers on complex U.K. and EU financial regulatory matters Contact UsTo learn more, visit us at http://www.regulatoryroundtablepodcast.com/ (www.regulatoryroundtablepodcast.com) and https://www.acaglobal.com/regulatory-roundtable-podcast (www.acaglobal.com/regulatory-roundtable-podcast). If you have any questions or any topics you would like to hear covered, contact us at email@example.com. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by Simpson Thacher and ACA Group for general informational purposes only. Listeners should not consider the information available via this podcast to be an invitation for an attorney-client relationship, should not rely on the information provided during the podcast as legal advice for any purpose, and should always seek the legal advice of competent counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. Listeners should not act, or refrain from acting, based on any information made available via this podcast, and Simpson Thacher and ACA expressly disclaim all liability in respect of actions taken or not taken based on any contents of this podcast. By accessing this podcast you acknowledge that Simpson Thacher and ACA make no warranty, guaranty, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in the podcast. The views, information, or opinions expressed during this podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of Simpson Thacher or ACA Group.
Tom shares his experience, strength, and hope about recovering from growing up in an alcoholic / dysfunctional home using the 12 steps of ACA.
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¿Cómo encontrar una solución para los grandes problemas del planeta: inmigración, xenofobia, cambio climático, guerra comercial, impuestos, redes sociales, entre otros? Tenemos dos opciones, usar buena economía para tratar de encontrarles soluciones o dejarnos llevar por la economía basada en mitos y creencias falsas. Acá va nuestro resumen. ¡A seguir aprendiendo! Si quieres unirte al club de lectura de Mis Propias Finanzas de este mes con acceso a: -Libro físico -Grupo privado -Sesión en vivo de preguntas y respuestas con nosotros -Y mucho más… Acá está el link: https://bit.ly/3csm5GY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to Truth Wanted folks! This week, back by popular demand, is Jon the Skeptick! He'll also be joined by some Dan guy who wandered in off the street. Dan and Jon chat about horoscopes and other kinds of charlatanry before we move on to your calls.This week's Patron of the Week is I Heart Dogs! Clearly a Saggitarius, who are known for their generosity. Or something. We'll open the show with Nevyn, whose friends describe him as a conspiracy theorist. He's just asking questions! In this case, those questions are about the moon landing, and some missing answers. Jon points out that missing answers doesn't mean the Apollo missions were faked, and Dan doesn't think a Youtube video is very convincing. This is an interesting example of a credulous caller with an argument from incredulity.Jamie's calling in from Texas with an observation about how the United States' veneration of concepts like freedom and liberty may be a roadblock to having universal healthcare. We'll listen to two Brits dunk on the myth of American exceptionalism for a few minutes before a REAL American chimes in… and agrees. The ghost of Senator McCarthy is coming for you, Dan!Our third caller is Greg, he downloaded a phone app that talks to ghosts. Testing whether the app actually communicates with the spirits of the dead, he got some responses that were eerily relevant, and saw a ghost “tour guide” use dowsing rods. Jon gives us a demonstration of his magical ability, but Dan rains on this parade by suggesting that ideomotor movement is a more likely explanation. We all agree that stories are cool, but they're just that.Finally we have Daniel in Canada, and he's convinced that some alien abductions are real and that the government is hiding the evidence. Our hosts quiz Daniel on what he believes and offer some good reasons to be skeptical of claims, as well as a few examples of what might convince them. We finally get to the good part when Daniel claims NASA has footage of insectoids on Mars using tools. Sadly, we lose Daniel when his connection is sabotaged by a Martian insect with an adorable tiny pickaxe.What a way to end the show! We'll see you all next week, truth seekers!
Listen to Marianne Amoss and Rob Lott talk about Health Affairs' Forefront series on Medicare and Medicaid Integration and some of their favorite articles about the dual eligible population.The series is produced with the support of Arnold Ventures. Included articles are reviewed and edited by Health Affairs Forefront staff; the opinions expressed are those of the authors. The series will run through October 31, 2022; submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.Related Links: Medicare and Medicaid Integration Landing Page To Advance Health Equity For Dual-Eligibles Beneficiaries, We Need Culturally Appropriate Services (Health Affairs Forefront) Congress Considers Strategies To Improve Medicare and Medicaid Integration For Dual-Eligible Individuals (Health Affairs Forefront) Integrating Care In Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans: A Bigger Toolbox For States (Health Affairs Forefront) Podcast: Eric Roberts on Dual Eligibles Coverage (A Health Podyssey) Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available — and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castro | Stitcher | Deezer | Overcast
My wife joins me in this episode. We get serious for a bit. She talks about ACA. And then I guzzle coffee like a psycho. Thank you all for over 300,000 listens. My websites are here, here, and here.The ACA Website.
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Chris and inhouse CPA, Bob Palechek discuss listener questions relating to ACA credits, RMD taxation, IRMAA, and tax diversification. (3:45) A listener in Arizona looks for clarification on how planning for ACA credits should fit into retirement withdrawals. (26:30) Georgette from Texas asks if the RMD total includes Federal tax or if the remainder of […] The post ACA Credits, RMDs, IRMAA, and Tax Diversification: Q&A #2238 appeared first on The Retirement and IRA Show.
Ehhhh what's up Doc? This week on Truth Wanted we've assembled our crack medical team to dissect… ugh… Matt Walsh's “What is a Woman?” Oh boy, this is going to be a wild ride. MD and Ben chat about quack medicine before destroying this piece of transphobic garbage.This week's Patron of the Week is I Heart Dogs. May you never have to explain the difference between sex and gender to Matt Walsh in a busy nightclub. Also, we at the ACA also heart dogs. And cats. And cockatiels. Our first caller once visited a psychic eye surgeon? I didn't see that coming! After experiencing visual anomalies due to a tricky retinal dysfunction, in desperation, Jamie reached out to a wish doctor. Our hosts discuss the preposterous charlatanry that is psychic healing, MD squeezes in a James Randi reference, and Ben reflects on the ethics of using the placebo effect in medical practice.One-Eyed Heathen is next, they're a reformed Reiki practitioner who's come around to a rational approach to health care. MD tries to drill down on the actual practice of this… cough cough… technique… but the actual processes of Reiki are just as nebulous as the perceived benefits. Ben points out that human touch therapy has demonstrated benefits, and doesn't require magic to work.Next, we have Gerard calling in about the value of fetuses. Yes, it's an abortion call, bear with us. MD quizzes our caller on the “ends justify the means” aspect of this ethical question, and Ben points out that even surgery is a calculated risk that can cause short-term harm for long-term benefit. We chat about subjective morality and what the word “value” really means to Gerard before moving on.Our final caller in Canada believes that COVID misinformation comes mainly from the conservative side of the spectrum. Well, yeah, tell us something we don't know! Poor reasoning in political views bleed into poor reasoning in other aspects of the human condition. We get into the self-declared Queen of Canada, who, to no surprise, is an anti-vaxxer before wrapping up.That's all folks! Join us next week, and make sure to answer the survey questions for the upcoming holiday special!
Listen to Health Affairs' Jessica Bylander and Vabren Watts discuss a new partnership between Walmart and UnitedHealth Group - which will include efforts across retail health centers, Medicare Advantage plans, and social determinants of health - as well as other health care moves from big retailers like Amazon and CVS. Related Links: Press Release: Walmart and UnitedHealth Group Collaborate To Deliver Access to High-Quality, Affordable Health Care CVS Makes $8 Billion Bet on the Return of the House Call (New York Times) Gains Made By Walmart's Healthier Food Initiative Mirror Preexisting Trends (Health Affairs) Walmart, UnitedHealth to Offer Preventive Healthcare Program for Seniors (Reuters) Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available — and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castro | Stitcher | Deezer | Overcast
Author of "I See Your Genius: Transform Your Idea into Income" Shelby Jo Long gives an informative speech in front of a live audience at the ACA convention in Colorado Springs!Buy Now!https://www.amazon.com/See-Your-Genius-Transform-Income/dp/B0B6XJBFBV
This special episode features audio from a Center for American Progress event on the Inflation Reduction Act. In it, four everyday Americans share moving stories with Daniella of how the Inflation Reduction Act is already improving their lives by reducing the costs of prescription drugs such as insulin, helping small businesses compete with major corporations, creating clean energy jobs, and putting workers first. Daniella also shares thoughts on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Ritter's newest resource is “The Complete Guide to Selling Affordable Care Act Insurance Plans”. Find out how the ACA has changed since the beginning. Learn the benefits of selling ACA plans, how to market them, and so much more in our new eBook! Get started by downloading your free copy of the eBook to find out more. Get your FREE copy of The Complete Guide to Selling Affordable Care Act Insurance Plans: https://www.ritterim.com/aca-ebook/ Follow Us on Social! Ritter on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/RitterIM Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/ritter.insurance.marketing/ LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/company/ritter-insurance-marketing TikTok, https://www.tiktok.com/@ritterim Twitter, https://twitter.com/RitterIM and Youtube, https://www.youtube.com/user/RitterInsurance Sarah on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/sjrueppel/ and Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/thesarahjrueppel/ Tina on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/christina-lamoreux-6384b7199/
The Affordable Care Act has been around for over a decade, is it here to stay? Listen to learn more about the history and changes the ACA has withstood and where it's headed in the future. Read the text version The Complete Guide to Selling Affordable Care Act Insurance: https://www.ritterim.com/aca-ebook/ Follow Us on Social! Ritter on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/RitterIM Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/ritter.insurance.marketing/ LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/company/ritter-insurance-marketing TikTok, https://www.tiktok.com/@ritterim Twitter, https://twitter.com/RitterIM and Youtube, https://www.youtube.com/user/RitterInsurance Sarah on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/sjrueppel/ and Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/thesarahjrueppel/ Tina on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/christina-lamoreux-6384b7199/ Resources: Meet Your Ritter Sales Team: https://www.ritterim.com/meet-your-sales-team/ 5 Myths About Selling ACA Health Plans: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/5-myths-about-selling-aca-health-plans/ FAQs About Selling On-Exchange & Off-Exchange Under-65 Plans: https://agentsurvivalguide.podbean.com/e/faqs-about-selling-on-exchange-off-exchange-under-65-plans/ The State of the ACA Market in 2022: https://www.ritterim.com/blog/the-state-of-the-aca-market-in-2022/ References: State Actions to Improve Affordability on Health Insurance in the Individual Market: https://www.kff.org/health-reform/issue-brief/state-actions-to-improve-the-affordability-of-health-insurance-in-the-individual-market/ Healthcare Reform Overview: https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/healthreform/healthcare-overview 5 Charts About Public Opinion on the Affordable Care Act: https://www.kff.org/health-reform/poll-finding/5-charts-about-public-opinion-on-the-affordable-care-act-and-the-supreme-court/ Executive Order 1395 An American-First Healthcare Plan: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/DCPD-202000722/pdf/DCPD-202000722.pdf Obamacare Enrollment is Shrinking After Trump's Sabotage: https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/10/11/16447504/obamacare-open-enrollment-trump-sabotage Six Ways Trump Has Sabotaged the Affordable Care Act: https://www.brookings.edu/blog/fixgov/2020/10/09/six-ways-trump-has-sabotaged-the-affordable-care-act/ Explaining California v. Texas: https://www.kff.org/health-reform/issue-brief/explaining-california-v-texas-a-guide-to-the-case-challenging-the-aca/ The Supreme Court Throws Out the ACA Lawsuit, Not the ACA: https://www.commonwealthfund.org/blog/2021/supreme-court-throws-out-aca-lawsuit-not-aca The Chaos of Repealing the Affordable Care Act During the Coronavirus Pandemic: https://www.americanprogress.org/article/chaos-repealing-affordable-care-act-coronavirus-pandemic/ A Closer Look at the Uninsured Marketplace Eligible Population Following the American Rescue Plan Act: https://www.kff.org/private-insurance/issue-brief/a-closer-look-at-the-uninsured-marketplace-eligible-population-following-the-american-rescue-plan-act/ Chuck Grassley Says He Won't Vote to Repeal Affordable Care Act: https://iowastartingline.com/2022/04/12/chuck-grassley-says-he-wont-vote-to-repeal-affordable-care-act/ The Effect of Eliminating the Individual Mandate Penalty and the Role of Behaviors Facts: https://iowastartingline.com/2022/04/12/chuck-grassley-says-he-wont-vote-to-repeal-affordable-care-act/ Why do so many American's opposed the Affordable Care Act?: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25731135/ Status of State Medicaid Expansion Decisions Interactive Map: https://www.kff.org/medicaid/issue-brief/status-of-state-medicaid-expansion-decisions-interactive-map/ The ACA Family Glitch and Affordability of Employer Coverage: https://www.kff.org/health-reform/issue-brief/the-aca-family-glitch-and-affordability-of-employer-coverage/ The Affordable Care Act in the Biden Era: Identifying Federal Priorities for Administrative Action: https://www.commonwealthfund.org/publications/issue-briefs/2021/may/affordable-care-act-biden-era-federal-priorities
A Texas judge ruled that the government could not compel private insurance companies to cover the costs of PrEP, a medication that can greatly reduce the risk of HIV infection. The ruling was based on the argument that PrEP is not "medically necessary" for people who are not already HIV-positive. However, many experts believe that this ruling could ultimately hamper efforts to prevent new infections. On this episode of CareTalk, John and David discuss the broader implications the ruling could have on preventative care. Is it a big deal or is it a nothing burger? TOPICS:(01:00) Judge rules government can't compel PrEP coverage under ACA(2:14) What is PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)?(6:00) Who is Judge Reed O'Connor and why did he rule this way on PrEP?(10:51) What are health disparities and how do mandates impact them? (12:56) Is this case going to make it to the Supreme Court?ABOUT CARETALKCareTalk is a weekly podcast that provides an incisive, no B.S. view of the US healthcare system. Join co-hosts John Driscoll (CEO, CareCentrix) and David Williams (President, Health Business Group) as they debate the latest in US healthcare news, business and policy. GET IN TOUCHBecome a CareTalk Podcast sponsor: https://www.caretalkpodcast.com/work-with-us Guest appearance requests: https://www.caretalkpodcast.com/contact-us Visit us at https://www.caretalkpodcast.comFOLLOW CARETALK Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Follow John on Twitter Follow David on Twitter#healthcarepodcast #healthcareindustry #healthcarebusiness #healthcarepolicy #ushealthcare #news #healthcarenews #preventativecare #HIV #prepruling #prepcoverage #healthequity
UnitedHealth Group is committed to a future where every person has access to high-quality, affordable health care and a modern, high-performing health system that reduces disparities, improves outcomes and lessens the burden of disease.This is the first episode in a three-part deep dive into A Path Forward, UnitedHealth Group's policy solutions that offer a refreshed perspective for how to modernize the health system to:Achieve universal coverage by building on and strengthening the current system.Make health care affordable by accelerating value-based care, using high-value sites of service, reforming prescription drug pricing and eliminating wasteful spending.Transform the health care experience by focusing on equity and addressing disparities, expanding and diversifying the health care workforce and empowering consumers and clinicians with actionable information.The first episode in our three-part series features Brian Thompson, CEO of UnitedHealthcare, and Kristi Henderson, CEO of Optum Everycare, who discuss how to expand access to coverage and care in the U.S., including through innovative coverage and virtual capabilities.Click here for more information on A Path Forward.
House Returns from August Recess; Lawmakers Ask How to Stabilize Medicare Payments; Lawmakers Push for Medicare Extension of Audio-Only Telehealth Services; OIG Releases Report on Risk of Telehealth Fraud; Feinstein, Padilla Urge CDC to Invest in West Coast Laboratories; Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases on The Hill; Judge Rules on Constitutionality of ACA's PrEP Coverage Mandate, USPSTF; Call to Order.
Listen to Health Affairs' Ellen Bayer and Rob Lott review the state of the health care workforce in this Labor Day themed episode of Health Affairs This Week.Related Links: Primary Care Beyond COVID-19 (Health Affairs Forefront) New Behavioral Health Workforce Database Paints A Stark Picture (Health Affairs Forefront) Addressing Health Worker Burnout (U.S. Surgeon General) Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Hospital and Outpatient Clinician Workforce (HHS) Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available — and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castro | Stitcher | Deezer | Overcast
On this week's episode of the Healthcare Happy Hour, Marcy M. Buckner touches upon a few topics: a recent district court ruling out of Texas saying that the ACA preventive care mandate violates religious freedoms, a new letter that NAHU has sent to CMS regarding the new Medicare marketing rule, and a new request for information from the agency.
Former CMS Director Andy Slavitt has achieved major wins for health in the private and public sectors. Slavitt talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about lessons learned from the ACA and COVID-19 responses, whether or not our government is up to the major health challenges of today, and why public health “gets recognized in years and decades, not days and weeks.” Also - we want to hear from you!
John Gorman is the founder and Chairman of Nightingale Partners, the first Opportunity Zone fund to invest in social determinants of health interventions with health insurers, states, and provider organizations. He also founded and is the former Executive Chairman of Gorman Health Group. John's work focuses on Medicare, Medicaid, and Affordable Care Act strategy, governance, and turnaround of distressed health plans. Prior to founding his firm, John served as Assistant to the Director of Health Care Financing Administration's (HCFA, now CMS) Office of Managed Care, where he provided day-to-day management and served as the external liaison for the Medicare and Medicaid managed care programs.John's career in Washington began as Press Secretary and Staff Director for U.S. Representative John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI), then Chairman of the Government Operations Committee. John serves on the Board of Directors of Henry Ford Health System's Health Alliance Plan in his birthplace of Detroit, MI, and serves as a Senior Advisor to Premier, Inc., the hospital purchasing cooperative, on Medicare Advantage and Medicaid matters. John Marchica, CEO, Darwin Research GroupJohn Marchica is a veteran health care strategist and CEO of Darwin Research Group. He is leading ongoing, in-depth research initiatives on integrated health systems, accountable care organizations, and value-based care models. He is a faculty associate in the W.P. Carey School of Business and the graduate College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University.John did his undergraduate work in economics at Knox College, has an MBA and M.A. in public policy from the University of Chicago, and completed his Ph.D. coursework at The Dartmouth Institute. He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is pursuing certification as a Fellow. About Darwin Research GroupDarwin Research Group Inc. provides advanced market intelligence and in-depth customer insights to health care executives, with a strategic focus on health care delivery systems and the global shift toward value-based care. Darwin's client list includes forward-thinking biopharmaceutical and medical device companies, as well as health care providers, private equity, and venture capital firms. The company was founded in 2010 as Darwin Advisory Partners, LLC and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz. with a satellite office in Princeton, N.J.
After the Ouray Canyon Festival Christian reached out to me to let me know about his 12-year-old daughter Marley. She started canyoneering in 2019 and they have mostly gone into the dry canyons in Southern Utah. This was Marley first time in class C canyon and her longest rappel so far. Her enthusiasm and excitement for canyoneering is awesome. She is looking for friends to Canyon with. If you would like to reach out to Marley and Christian, you can do so at: firstname.lastname@example.org For the ACA hand and whistle signals: Free Resources – ACA (canyoneering.net) For the yumi pickles I mentioned: https://ohsnappickles.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=brand&utm_content=ad1&gclid The Canyons are Calling Podcast | Facebook To follow me on Instagram: The Canyons Are Calling (@canyonsarecalling) • Instagram photos and videos To become a member of my Patreon community: The Canyons Are Calling is creating Podcast | Patreon Background music by Chris Zollinger Steel Drum | United States | Z The Handpan Man Intro music by Tig Booth email@example.com My website thecanyonsarecalling.com has more information about each person as well as links to other canyon resources. If you would like to be a guest on the show or know someone that would make a good guest reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org The canyons are calling. Let's go! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shirlz-rox/message
Texas judge strikes down ACA requirement that insurers and employers offer plans that cover HIV-prevention drugs. Listen for more details.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
TODAY ON THE PODCAST: Buzz is tired...and a little sick, we have some staff complaints, The Veronicas…breaking up? Aussies in the US Open Quarter Finals, ettiquette & Susie's underwear, Smarter Than Suse, Susie's Pub Choir session, Tracey Grimshaw is stepping down from ACA, carparking nightmares and the QLD Sporting Power List (are any of us on it?) Follow Ash, Luttsy & Susie O'Neill!Facebook: www.facebook.com/ashluttsyandsusieoneill Twitter: www.twitter.com/ashluttsysusie Instagram: www.instagram.com/ashluttsyandsusieoneillSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tracey Grimshaw has announced she's leaving A Current Affair, which inspired Fitzy to look back at some of the best bits from the iconic show. Including the ACA stitch up the boys did on Tommy Ivey.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do You Have Extreme Jealousy, Feelings Of Low Self-worth And Want To Build Confidence? If jealousy has ever gone in the way of any of your relationships - you'll love this new Love Machine Episode. James speaks with Shanenn Bryant, a corporate trainer, certified life coach, and podcast host helping her clients regain their self-worth, gain confidence and overcome extreme jealousy. She is an ACA (an adult child of an alcoholic) and understands the behaviour, characteristics and challenges that come from growing up in that environment. She spent many years with feelings of low-self esteem and confidence until she realised she didn't have to let her past dictate my future. You'll hear her story and how she now helps other deal with better ways to handle jealousy. Shanenn is also host of the Jealousy Junkie Podcast https://www.jealousyjunkiepodcast.com/
Redefine HR Work with BenAdmin SystemsA worthwhile discussion about benefits administration systems and how technology is changing the way we can administer. Whether it's ACA compliance, billing, or taking care of the HSA/FSA every piece of the benefits is taken care of more easily and is highly accessible. This week we have Workterra on mic to discuss how the benefits administration space is moving from standalone systems to more integrated ones, and how Workterra manages all the nuances in handling employee benefits. MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST:Ben YomtoobPresident of WorkterraWorkterra.comBen has over 25 years of executive leadership experience in HR & benefits technology consulting, healthcare reform, IT, technology development and finance.Ben Yomtoob has served as Workterra's President since May 2021.Prior to Workterra, Ben served as a Senior HR & Benefits Technology Consultant at Gallagher, a global insurance brokerage, risk management, and consulting firm, where he helped carriers, HR technology service providers (including Workterra) and investors refine and adjust their business strategies to optimize their success in the market. Prior to joining Gallagher, Ben served as SVP, IT & Operations at Delta Dental where he spearheaded national efforts in entering the private exchange market and implementing health care reform. Ben has also served in multiple executive leadership positions at Intrado (formerly West), an early audio, web and video conferencing innovator, and AT&T.
Listen to Health Affairs' Leslie Erdelack and Chris Fleming discuss the Moderna lawsuit against Pfizer regarding its mRNA technology in relation to the COVID-19 vaccine and its potential impact on the future of biopharmaceutical markets.Related Links: Covid Vaccine ‘Windfall Profits' Under Attack by Patent Holders (Bloomberg Law)Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available — and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castro | Stitcher | Deezer | Overcast
Join us in part 1 of the Bay Area SAA/COSA Quarterly Speaker meeting as Christine C. from Indiana shares about her childhood sexual abuse, Intimacy Avoidance and her experience in recovery in SAA, ACA, CoDA, and RCA. Links to things mentioned in this episode: Sponsors Helping Sponsors: https://saatalk.info/us/meetings/meeting?xmeeting[id]=168 To obtain access to our recorded podcasts, you can log into your MEMBERS account, locate this meeting in the list, click on the link of the PDF document called "Podcast Recording Archives 8-9-2021," click the link to the recordings and folders. You can also email SAASponsorsHelpingSponsors@gmail.com to request the link to be sent to you. ACA (Adult Children of Alcoholics): https://adultchildren.org CoDA (Co-Dependents Anonymous): https://coda.org/ RCA (Recovering Couples Anonymous): https://recovering-couples.org YouTube Links to music in this episode (used for educational purposes): Dio - This Is your Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Do3qBsbLiVE Avi Kaplan - All Is Well (ft. Joy Williams): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6MKH_ATSkY Since suicide was mentioned in this episode, if you are in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Be sure to reach us via email: email@example.com If you are comfortable and interested in being a guest or panelist, please feel free to contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org Launching soon: https://sexaddictsrecoverypod.com/ SARPodcast YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn0dcZg-Ou7giI4YkXGXsBWDHJgtymw9q To find meetings in the San Francisco Bay Area, be sure to visit: https://www.bayareasaa.org/ To find meetings in the your local area or online, be sure to visit the main SAA website: https://saa-recovery.org/meetings/ The content of this podcast has not been approved by and may not reflect the opinions or policies of the ISO of SAA, Inc.
Evie found Codependents Anonymous (CoDA) when CoDA was just a year old and has been working her CoDA recovery program for almost 35 years. She has done service throughout most of that time at every level of the Fellowship which has supported her recovery growth. She found CoDA after many years of therapy and other personal development efforts and believes that CoDA and the 12 steps has given her the most important tools she needed to heal her relationships, especially with members of her family of origin. For 31 of those years Evie was in a committed relationship/marriage with another member of CoDA. Their relationship went through many periods of struggle and, thanks to their CoDA recovery program, it became truly loving and supportive as they supported each other in their ongoing recovery journey. Reco12 is an organization with the mission of learning and sharing the similarities of addiction of all kinds and gaining and sharing tools and hope from others who are trudging this road. We are an open meeting for ALL, no matter your life experiences and background. To learn more about Reco12, please go to www.reco12.com. Reco12 is a self-supporting service and we appreciate your help in keeping it that way. We gratefully accept contributions to help cover the costs of the Zoom platform, podcast platform, web hosting, and administrative costs. To contribute, you can go to https://www.reco12.com/support or you can click the link to PayPal (https://www.paypal.me/reco12) in the chat of the live meeting. When you contribute, please specify the meeting number. This is meeting number 116. To join our private Facebook group to ask and answer questions there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/291099645261990 Resources from this meeting: Evie's Daily Routine CODA and Evie's 12 Steps CoDA Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) Joe and Charlie Workshops Co-Dependent No More by Melody Beattie Beyond Co-Dependency by Melody Beattie Big Book of AAHolistic Life NavigationThis podcast explores how to heal stress & trauma holistically. I am your host, Luis...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Healthy Lifestyle Solutions with Maya AcostaAre you ready to upgrade your health to a new level and do so by learning from experts...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
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This EP features a great story about a female chiropractor, Courtney Brown who has risen through the world of elite performance sport and now occupies a role at courtside with the Brooklyn Nets. She competed in university basketball and her winter sport was skiing. Ironically, her first significant performance role came as the traveling therapist with Canada's Men's National Alpine Ski Team. After many years of the heavy lifting in that role, she became the IST Lead for ACA. She left this role to take on a new adventure in NYC with the Nets, as the circle of life often does, she is now back home on the court working a game she loves. More EPs can be found at www.LYMLab.com
After so much discussion on bodily autonomy, personal liberty and social responsibility drowning out our political discourse we thought it might be time to ask a simple question- what do we owe one another? And more close to home, what do we owe to the people we love, or them to us? Take a lifetime of sex work, a career and education in relationship counseling and the ACA's patented philosophyphilic programing (patent pending) and hopefully you'll find a nuanced conversation on what exactly married people are and aren't allowed to do with their junk. Sinn Sage, Christy Powell, love and duty and what's turning us on this week on SecX!► Learn more and find what's turning us on at https://www.vcatx.com/media/autonomy Secular Sexuality show is LIVE every Thursday from 7:00 to 8:30pm Central Time
Ashley Brown teaches Coastal Kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboarding, and Instructor Development at the College of Charleston. She has developed these paddlesports courses over the past decade to include Sustainability Literacy and a First Year Experience course with a Biology class. Learning about sustainability and sharing it with the students led Ashley to start a Masters of Art at Prescott College in Outdoor Education Leadership. She only has a few more classes before she finishes her degree. Ashley shares her passion for teaching kayaking at all levels and challenging people to test their limits while learning and having a ton of fun. She has been developing a curriculum in Kayaking, SUP, and Instructor Development at the College of Charleston, where Ashley serves as an Adjunct Professor. Ashley is the recipient of the American Canoe Association 2019 Excellence in Instruction Award. This award is presented annually to an ACA member for outstanding contributions to paddlesports education and instruction. She earned the prestigious Level 5 American Canoe Association Advanced Open Water Coastal Kayaking Instructor Certification and is also an ACA Level 4 Kayak Instructor Trainer, Canoe Instructor, and L2 Standup Paddleboard Instructor. Ashley serves as a member of the executive committee of the Safety, Education, and Instruction Committee for the American Canoe Association. She loves to travel and has gone from Canada to Mexico and beyond, sharing her talent and knowledge with clubs, groups, schools, outfitters, events, and symposiums. Residing in Charleston, SC, she enjoys welcoming guests from all over the world to paddle in Charleston's beautiful waterways. One of her favorite venues is the “Edge of America”, the Atlantic Ocean off Folly Beach. She provides paddlers an opportunity to have an exciting experience and widen their perspectives. Today we're talking about how and why she got diagnosed, how an ADHD/ADD brain can often serve as a prerequisite, and what being buoyant may do for the ADHD in you! Enjoy! —— In this episode Peter and Ashley discuss: 00:45 - Thank you so much for listening and for subscribing! 00:50 - Apologies for the near horrid audio- Peter is in a tourist-filled lobby today. 01:05 - Intro and welcome Ashley Brown! 01:53 - When were you first diagnosed and how did it happen? 03:00 - What was the first big change you felt after your diagnosis? 03:56 - What inspired you to seek out aquatic sports & activities; and to teach them? 05:33 - Do you experience sort of a rebirth every time you go kayaking; like I do when skydiving or running? 06:00 - On the good kind of exhaustion and a completely focused flow. 07:18 - How does scanning a wave, being outdoors and on the water help your ADHD? 08:56 - I had never thought of ADHD/ADD as a requirement for something! For what else could ADHD possibly be a prerequisite? 09:40 - On the importance of physical movement! 11:30 - How can people find more about you? [Ashley isn't a public figure but you can check into her courses via Web: www.wavepaddler.com and on their Facebook page here] 12:34 - Guys, as always thanks so much for subscribing! Do you have a cool friend with a great story? We'd love to hear. I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via email at email@example.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! 19:08 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — TRANSCRIPT via Descript and then corrected.. somewhat: [00:00:38] Peter Shankman good morning. I am coming to you today from the lounge at a Hilton in Midtown Manhattan because, uh, my apartment was supposed to be finished two weeks ago for all my renovations and it's not, and I am living the Dylan McKay life here in New York Hilton in Midtown. For those not old enough to understand what the Dylan McKee lifestyle is? Well, look it up. Your parents knew. Anyway, welcome to another episode Faster Than Normal. Uh, I apologize in advance for all the background noise. Ashley Brown is joining us today. Ashley, get this we're going outdoors today, even though I'm sitting in a lounge in mid Manhattan, we're going outdoors. The great big ocean. to the coast. We're gonna talk to Ashley Brown who teaches coastal kayaking standup paddle boarding and instructed development of the college of Charleston. She's ADHD. She's developed these paddle sports courses over the past decade to include sustainability literacy and her first year experience course to the biology class. This is a very, very cool stuff. She got diagnosed when her kid did, as we hear so much about .Ashley, welcome to Faster Than Normal. Let's talk about some outdoors and how it relates to ADHD. [00:01:39] Ashley: Hi! Hi, thank you so much for having me. And, um, I am really excited to talk to you. I've enjoyed listening to your podcast and I have to admit I'm a bit nervous. I hope that I hope this goes well. [00:01:51] Peter: . You're gonna be, you're gonna be fine. Don't worry about it. So tell me when you tell me when you first got diagnosed and how did it happen? [00:01:56] Ashley: Um, my daughter was in around third grade and, um, she had hit like unbelievable benchmarks in, in, in intelligence as a, as a little kid, you know, when they do those, pull you out, testing things to put 'em in gifted and talented and stuff. And then suddenly she couldn't read, you know, she wasn't reading, uh, at her, at her pace had had had just stopped. So we discovered that she had dyslexia and, uh, ADHD, and, uh, as we are moving through all those, those categories, I'm going, yep. That's me. That's me. That's me. And of course, this is something that, um, I, I understand a lot of adults have had that experience. So, so I got diagnosed when she got diagnosed and, uh, same thing, dyslexia, ADHD, and, uh, it's, it's interesting to hit it at, you know, 40 versus eight, you know, so [00:02:55] Peter: I was gonna say, so you lived your life, not knowing anything about it, sort of similar to the way I did. I didn't get diagnosed in my late thirties and, um, what was the, what was sort of the first cha big changes that you saw in yourself once you, once you got that diagnosis? [00:03:06] Ashley: Um, changes in myself, I guess, I guess maybe just like forgiving myself for being me, I don't know. Um, like suddenly. [00:03:20] Peter: That's actually a, that's a pretty huge answer. A pretty huge answer. Cause a lot of people don't realize that I, I went through the same thing. [00:03:25] Ashley: Yeah, no, I, uh, I always just, you know, why can't you do your taxes on time? Why can't, why do you have to work at a de at a critical deadline? Like, why can't you do this ahead of time? Like, um, so many of. So many other things that ADHD, people struggle with. Like, um, and I, I guess I cut myself a little more slack, not enough, not, not enough, but a lot more slack than I used to. Like now I have a reason, you know? [00:03:53] Peter: Well, we'll never cut ourselves enough slack that's for darn sure. But, okay. So tell me about how outdoors, how did you, first of all, how'd you get started in, in the classes of paddle boarding and kayak and all that, all that stuff outdoors. And what prompted you to say, Hey, there should be, there should be a school or classes. [00:04:07] Ashley: Well, um, so it, the, all the school and the classes are there it's, um, I didn't create that, but I just brought it in a different venue. So, um, I, um, I was, I, my first career was an artist and an art teacher and I was, uh, teaching. and it, it just, it just, you know, it, it's a pretty punishing, um, field. Uh, and I, I, I never was super successful with it. And then teaching children and then having children, it was just so many children and so much mess in my life that I, uh, I had a neighbor who said, Hey, you should come kayaking. And I went kayaking with a bunch of adults who I didn't have to clean up after. And I was like, ah, I can do this. And I, um, I just made some, made some major changes and I really went. Uh, full force into kayaking and stand and, uh, and then loved it. And I live in a place I live in Charleston, South Carolina, and, um, there is nothing but water around here. So there's so many places to explore and so many, uh, dynamic environments to, uh, get to know. So, um, I shifted from teaching, uh, children to taking people on kayak tours and all this stuff. And then, um, I met an instructor with the College of Charleston and, and. Uh, opened up some doors to me and I, I ended up with a full-time job teaching, uh, paddle sports at, uh, college level. [00:05:31] Peter: I'm gonna go into a limb and say that paddle boarding or paddle sports or anything like that is similar for the brain as skydiving or running is for me. Would that be correct? Are you, is it a rebirth for you every time you do. [00:05:42] Ashley: Rebirth. Hmm. I don't know. I don't know, rebirth and it, and it, and it is exciting and fun. And particularly when you do surf, so I'm guessing that skydiving and, and actually hearing that crashing wave behind you kind of stuff is this is similar. [00:05:57] Peter: Tell me how you feel when you're done. You come back to land. [00:05:59] Ashley: The good exhaustion. Just space, that's it? Yeah. That's yeah. Um, so, and, and when I, when I bring people into it, I love their, uh, reaction to it. And I love the layering cuz. And I think that this is one of the things that I was that I wrote to you and the reason I wanted to, to talk to you, and I think that the layering of, of understanding the environment and watching the student and understanding where the student is is, has it. It it's that flow, right? Where you, where your brain is working on all the levels in the environment you're in. This is, this is probably the only thing I've ever done, where I wasn't also having a conversation with, you know, somebody from a year ago and writing a grocery list, you know, at all three going on at the same time. So, so it is the only place where my entire, where all of my attention is, is layered into there. So, so I love that. And then that puts me in that good exhaustion. [00:06:56] Peter: Well, there's a level of focus there, right? I mean, you absolutely, you have no choice. You have to look at what you're doing. You have to focus on what you're doing. You have to pay attention to what you're doing. You can't do a hundred of those things. It's the same thing with skydiving and, and for people with ADHD, we don't often realize that we realize that is the, the level at which we thrive! [00:07:11] Ashley: Right. Exactly. Exactly. It's um, it is definitely the level where you thrive. [00:07:18] Peter: Tell me about, um, how it helps, how doing that helps your ADHD. Tell me about, uh, sort of how your brain reacts to that kinda stuff to, to being outdoors, to being on the water, to, to scanning the wave. [00:07:29] Ashley: Okay. Um, so, so I came in to ADHD later, I did not understand the dopamine thing. Um, Prior to it, but now I understand and I, and I seek the, and I identify the things that give me that pleasure, that dopamine rush. So sometimes you're bored out of your mind of course, but then when you, when you can find the things that are giving you pleasure, like the, like moving very quickly through the water or looking at a reflection of a surface and, and, um, and so seeking those things has, or, or, you know, seeking that experience through somebody else's experience. So I'm watching, I'm watching 20 year olds figure out how to make their body work in a new way and how to make a boat, move, move through waves and stuff in a, in a, um, in a, something that they're not familiar with. It is, it is exciting in, and then that really does feed the, um, that dopamine receptor, I suppose. And, um, gives me a pleasure that, that, uh, I don't know that I, that I, I guess I had is with an art with art, but I had gotten so done with it with art. But anyway, um. [00:08:40] Peter: That's a good answer. I wanna read something that you wrote in, in your email to me, you said, I think that or ADHD is practically a requirement for outdoor educators. They problem solve on the go keep people safe while putting them in intentionally risky situations and manage their expectations to keep it engaging, but not scary. You know, I've never thought of it that way. ADHD is a requirement for something, right. We always look at it as a gift and, and, and something beneficial. I've never thought it as a requirement. I wonder what other things a ADD could be a requirement for? What do you think? [00:09:08] Ashley: Um, gosh, I don't know. Um, the, the it's back to that multi layering thing, it's, it's, it's seeing some body and their process and a situation that needs your undivided attention as well. So probably teaching someone to skydive or teaching someone to do other things that are risky. Um, Ropes courses. Those are, yeah, those, [00:09:32] Peter: I mean, I think, I think along the lines that, that, you know, one of the things about ADD & ADHD is we have that incredible power to hyper focus. Right. Right. When we want to focus on something, we are there 100%. And I don't think that a lot of, a lot of people, without ADHD, really understand how that works. And so I think in that regard, it's probably very beneficial for us. Um, [00:09:50] Ashley: you know, and also the busy bodiness like the, the physical, um, Busyness is, is, uh, is key. So I think a lot of people that, that engage in that, like that come to an outdoor education experience and enjoy it, but don't want to be in it constantly. They need to think while sitting still or being still. And I, and I, I don't know how you are, but I never stop moving so it's a, it's a perfect thing for me to, to keep moving, to keep thinking. I, [00:10:22] Peter: I think it's the same it's same reason. Yeah. It makes perfect sense. It's the same reason that, you know, my, my parents always told me as a kid, no listening to music while you're studying, but it turns out that listening to music is actually the best possible thing. Someone like us could do. No question about. [00:10:33] Ashley: Absolutely. And like, um, um, teaching kids. Well, my own children. Teaching kids like the multiplication tables or reading stories out loud or whatever, when they were tiny. If they, it, my, my little one was jumping around the whole time and, and I, and I would go, you know, what did I just say? And she could repeat it, back like just like word for word. But if I, you know, she just couldn't sit still to do that. So. No question. And, and I related to that, so I didn't try to get her to sit still. I went to Catholic school and I was required to sit still. So , [00:11:09] Peter: I went to school in the seventies and I was, yeah, in the seventies, it was sort of the same way. And lemme tell you something that didn't work really well for me either. No. And that was a public school too. [00:11:17] Ashley: Not a big fan of the sitting still [00:11:20] Peter: Ashley, how could people find out more? How can they find you? Do you have an Instagram, you have things where people could find your great, you sent me some great photos of paddle boarding and all that stuff. The places people could find this stuff? [00:11:28] Ashley: Um, so I have a website wave paddler.com and, um, I am, I, I actually am not I'm, I'm not a public personality in the, in this, in the way that you are. I don't have something that I'm trying to convey to people. [Ashley isn't a public figure but you can check into her courses via Web: www.wavepaddler.com and on their Facebook page here] Um, I just loved your show and I wanted to talk with you. And, uh, and, um, I don't know. I really do appreciate my ADHD! [00:11:51] Peter: Good enough. Yeah. As you should, we're trying to change the world. Not everyone has to be a celebrity and everyone has to be, uh, famous. We could be like, you know, regular normal people, just, just doing the best they can with the tools that they've been given. Ashley Brown. Thank you so much for sticking around and coming on the show and, uh, stay on the water and keep having fun! [00:12:07] Ashley: Thank you. You too! Come and paddle with me sometime. [00:12:09] Peter: Most certainly will. Guys, as always, we've been listening the fast than normal. Sorry again about the background. Apparently every loud person, who's a tourist in New York happens to be in this lounge right at this very moment. But I'm hoping that the next time we talk, I'll be back in my apartment where it's much quieter. We will see you next week. If you like what you heard, leave us a review in any of the stations, any of the places you download your podcasts. My name is Peter Shankman @PeterShankman all the socials. And thank you for listening. We'll see you next week. ADHD is a gift not a curse. Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!
It's Casual Friday! Sam hosts David Dayen, executive editor at the American Prospect, to break down the week in news. Then, Sam is joined by Jordan Holmes and Dan Friesen, co-hosts of the Knowledge Fight podcast, to discuss the recent Alex Jones-Sandy Hook trial. First, Sam walks through Merrick Garland's first impactful moment as Donald Trump put him front and center in the raid on Mar-a-Lago, also touching on today's IRA vote in the House, the banning of gender-affirming care for ADULTS in Florida, and Europe seeing its worst drought in five centuries. David Dayen then joins as he and Sam discuss how Manchin's Inflation Reduction Act impacts the US' healthcare infrastructure, looking first at its changes to ACA and ARP exchange rates, before diving deep into its empowerment of Medicare to negotiate drug prices, and why it's so important despite its limitation to 10 drugs per year, and not kicking until the next presidential election is over, meaning a Ron DeSantis or Donald J. Trump might be able to take credit for capped Medicare prices. Next, they move on to the Climate provisions of the IRA, with David walking through the positives we can take, including significant investment in domestic production in next-gen tech, particularly when it comes to EVs and batteries, before parsing through the myriad carrots that drive the bill's policy, how it employs the tax code throughout all of this, and why this essentially deputizes the US Treasury to interpret out climate provisions. After expanding on the tax credits that come from EVs that don't yet exist, they wrap up by taking on Manchin's disastrous fossil fuel provisions, from wider-scale requirements to lease fossil fuel extraction before leasing any permits for building renewable energy sites, to literally just “let me build my pipeline.” Then, Dan Friesen and Jordan Holmes join as they reflect on the evolution of the Alex Jones Conspiratorial Multiverse, his slow shift to Televangelism, and how the roots of his income (beyond largely being fear-driven) are still obscured from even the most learned Info Warrior. And in the Fun Half, Sam and the MR Crew dive into the the interesting push by Republicans in Congress to now all of a sudden hate the FBI. Steve Doocy has had just about enough of that, as he spars with Elise Stefanik and Steve Scalise over their inability to "back the blue" anymore now that they've raided Trump's home. Then they look at whether Brian Kilmeade's producers hate him or if they were really that dumb to accidentally put on screen a photoshopped image of a Florida judge on Jeffrey Epstein's body onboard the Lolita Express. Then, the MR universe gets a look behind the curtain as to what went down when Sam was able to mole his way onto the Dennis Prager Show (for approximately 5 seconds), and how, despite Prager's aching for it, he won't engage in spirited intellectual debate. Plus, your IM's! Check out David's work at the Prospect here: https://prospect.org/topics/david-dayen/ Check out Knowledge Fight here: https://knowledgefight.com/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: Sunset Lake CBD: sunsetlakecbd is a majority employee owned farm in Vermont, producing 100% pesticide free CBD products. Great company, great product and fans of the show! Use code Leftisbest and get 20% off at http://www.sunsetlakecbd.com. Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/