Nitroglycerine is vasodilator that affects peripheral blood vessels and coronary arteries. Because of its widespread dilation effects on blood vessels, nitro can quickly lower a patient's blood pressure, sometimes to the point of making a patient hypotensive. Assessment of vital signs prior to administering nitro is necessary to ensure patient safety. Indications for use of nitroglycerine. Nitroglycerine's contraindications & considerations for use. Effects of nitro on patients taking PDE inhibitors.Administration of nitroglycerine to patients with ischemic chest pain.Considerations for patients that took their home nitroglycerine. Monitoring patient's pain and vital signs after nitro administration.Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on Twitter@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGive back & support the show:via PayPal Good luck with your ACLS class!
This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Thursday, September 28th, , 2023. Classical Conversations Classical Conversations supports homeschooling parents by cultivating the love of learning through a Christian worldview in fellowship with other families. They provide a classical Christ-centered curriculum, local like-minded communities across the United States and in several countries, and they train parents who are striving to be great classical educators in the home. For more information and to get connected, please visit their website at ClassicalConversations.com. Again that’s ClassicalConversations.com. https://www.newsmax.com/world/globaltalk/brazil-amazon-environment-drought/2023/09/26/id/1135958/ Brazil's Amazon Rainforest Faces a Severe Drought That May Affect around 500,000 People The Amazon rainforest in Brazil is facing a severe drought that may affect around 500,000 people by the end of the year, authorities said Tuesday. Many are already struggling to access essential supplies such as food and water, because the principal means of transportation in the region is waterways, and river levels are historically low. Droughts also impact fishing, a means of subsistence for many riverside communities. Amazonas state declared an environmental emergency two weeks ago in response to the prolonged drought and launched a response plan valued at $20 million. Authorities will also distribute food and water supplies as well as personal hygiene kits, the state’s civil defense agency said in a statement. Gov. Wilson Lima was in Brazil’s capital, Brasilia, on Tuesday to meet with representatives of the federal government. Lima spoke with President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to discuss the drought. The different levels of government will “coordinate measures in support of the people living in the affected municipalities,” Lima said on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, on Sunday. Fifteen municipalities were in a state of emergency on Tuesday, while 40 others were on a state of alert, the civil defense authority said. According to the port of Manaus, which monitors water levels, the river stood at 16.7 meters (55 feet) on Tuesday, around six meters (20 feet) below the same day last year. The lowest level of water was recorded on Oct. 24, 2010, when the river dropped to 13.6 meters (about 45 feet). The drought is forecast to last longer and be more intense because of El Niño climate phenomenon, which inhibits the formation of rain clouds, the civil defense authority said. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/house-approves-bill-striking-down-bidens-crackdown-hunting-archery-overwhelmingly-bipartisan-vote House approves bill striking down Biden's crackdown on hunting and archery in overwhelmingly bipartisan vote The House voted late Tuesday evening in favor of legislation striking down the Biden administration's decision to block federal funding for school shooting sports courses. In a 424-1 vote, the House approved the Protecting Hunting Heritage and Education Act with 216 Republicans and 208 Democrats voting in favor, and just one lawmaker, Rep. Veronica Escobar, D-Texas, voting against. Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., introduced the bill on Aug. 1, days after a Fox News Digital report in late July revealed the Department of Education was withholding funds for school hunting and archery courses. "Hunters and fishers are the best conservationists," Green told Fox News Digital after the vote Tuesday. "Hunting, whether it be with a firearm or bow, is one of the most effective ways to control wildlife populations, protect our beautiful lands, and connect with nature. My Protecting Hunting Heritage and Education Act is critical for our children." He added in a separate statement that American students should be encouraged to "participate in enriching athletic activities that foster an appreciation for nature and the ability to focus on a goal." According to Green, in his state alone, the Biden administration's funding decision impacts an estimated 50,000 students. Fox News Digital reported in July that the Education Department shared federal guidance to hunting education groups highlighting that hunting and archery programs in schools would be stripped of funding. The guidance explained that the administration interpreted the 2022 Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA) to mean such programs can no longer receive taxpayer funds. In the guidance, obtained first by Fox News Digital, senior agency official Sarah Martinez wrote that archery, hunter education and wilderness safety courses use weapons that are "technically dangerous weapons" and therefore "may not be funded under" the 1965 Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), which is the primary source of federal aid for elementary and secondary education across the country. According to advocates, many schools that offer such courses have already nixed them from curriculums due to the federal guidance. "The Department of Education and Secretary Cardona are blatantly misconstruing the law to withhold funding from schools that choose to teach beneficial courses like hunter safety and archery," Lawrence Keane, the National Shooting Sports Foundation's senior vice president, told Fox News Digital in July. "Congress must hold Secretary Cardona and the department accountable for violating the letter and spirit of the law to unilaterally deny America’s students access to these valuable programs as part of the Administration’s continued attacks on the Second Amendment," Keane added. Tommy Floyd, the president of the National Archery in the Schools Program, said his organization boasts roughly 1.3 million students from nearly 9,000 schools across 49 states who are enrolled in archery courses. However, the Department of Education has doubled down on its interpretation of the BSCA, saying it would only reverse course if legislation was passed explicitly revising the 2022 law to allow funding for shooting sport programs in schools. The law included an amendment to a subsection in the ESEA listing that prohibited uses for federal school funding. That amendment prohibits ESEA funds from helping provide any person with a dangerous weapon or to provide "training in the use of a dangerous weapon," but, according to the BSCA's sponsors, was included to prevent ESEA funding for school resource officer training. https://www.foxnews.com/us/philadelphia-swarmed-alleged-juvenile-looters-targeting-apple-store-lululemon-footlocker-others Philadelphia swarmed by alleged juvenile looters targeting the Apple Store, Lululemon, Footlocker and others Philadelphia police responded to popular retailers like the Apple Store, Lululemon and Footlocker after they were allegedly being ravaged by swarms of looters taking over the City of Brotherly Love Tuesday evening. At about 8 p.m. Tuesday, police responded to reports of large crowds of juveniles allegedly looting stores in the Center City business corridor of the 9th District. "In a proactive measure, officers from the 9th District stopped a group of males dressed in black attire and wearing masks at the intersection of 17th and Chestnut Streets," a police spokesperson said in a statement to Fox News Digital. As of midnight on Wednesday, police confirmed between 15 and 20 people were arrested during the looting and at least two firearms were recovered. As officers were speaking with these individuals, they began to receive reports of looting at the Foot Locker on Chestnut Street. Responding officers arrived at the Foot Locker and discovered the store had been ransacked in a "coordinated attack," according to the statement. A number of juveniles then fled the scene and at least one adult was arrested. Subsequent incidents of looting were reported in quick succession. Officers responded to a report of looting at the Lululemon on Walnut Street, where multiple individuals were apprehended. A short time later, looting was reported at the Apple Store on Walnut Street. No arrests were made in connection with this incident. Phones and tablets were taken from the store, but several stolen items have since been recovered. Videos posted to X, showed retail stores like Lululemon, the Apple Store and Footlocker ravaged by crowds of looters. FOX 29's Steve Keeley obtained video of a ransacked Apple Store with iPhones and iPads scattered across the display tables. Keeley wrote on X that many of the stolen Apple products were left behind due to the device's comprehensive anti-theft technology. A police officer told local outlet WCAU-TV that more than 100 juveniles took items from the Lululemon store. No injuries were immediately reported, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. Police also responded to several other reports of property damage and thefts throughout the city. "The Philadelphia Police Department is committed to maintaining public safety and order," police said in the statement Wednesday morning. "We are actively investigating these incidents and working diligently to identify and apprehend those responsible for these unlawful acts. We appreciate the cooperation of our community and urge anyone with information related to these incidents to come forward and assist with the ongoing investigations." The statement continued: "We would like to thank our dedicated officers who swiftly responded to these incidents, as well as our community members who continue to support law enforcement efforts to keep Philadelphia safe." The looting came following a Philadelphia judge dismissed charges against former police officer Mark Dial in the shooting death of 27-year-old Eddie Irizarry. Interim Commissioner John Stanford said in a press conference that the thieves were not part of the peaceful protest against the judge's decision. "This had nothing to do with the protests," Stanford said. "What we had tonight was a bunch of criminal opportunists take advantage of a situation to make an attempt to destroy our city." The news comes as Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw resigned in the beginning of September. Crime data from the Philadelphia Police Department shows there has been a 21% drop in homicides this year to date compared to the same day in 2021, when the city recorded 562 homicides throughout the year. But prior to Outlaw leading the department, the data shows Philadelphia annually recorded between 246 to 391 homicides each year between 2007 and 2019. In 2020, when she took over, there were 499 homicides, followed by 562 in 2021 and 516 in 2022. Meanwhile in California…. In August, a Nordstrom store was ransacked by a "flash mob" of more than 30 people in a large smash-and-grab. The thieves made out with nearly $100,000 worth of designer handbags and clothes. Similarly to Philadelphia, video captured shows a group of 30 to 50 people wearing sweatshirts with hoods over their heads. The suspects are seen inside the department store as they rush to the front entrance with bags in hand, scooping up whatever merchandise they can while tripping on racks to which some items were still attached. Police estimate the stolen merchandise to be worth between $60,000 and $100,000. https://www.dailyfetched.com/wuhan-institute-of-virology-warns-the-world-prepare-for-another-covid-19-pandemic/ Wuhan Institute of Virology Warns the World: Prepare for Another COVID-19 Pandemic As many as 20 coronavirus species are likely to cause a new outbreak, according to a study from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), a stark warning to prepare for another COVID-19 pandemic. In a study in Emerging Microbes & Infections in July, the WIV has been making headlines, as many social media users have begun coming to their own conclusions online. The Wuhan scientists documented their study of 40 coronavirus species, identifying 20 as “high risk … including 6 of which jumped to human, 3 with evidence of spillover but not to human and 11 without evidence of spillover yet.” “It is almost certain that there will be future disease emergence, and it is highly likely a CoV [coronavirus] disease again,” the study said. “Thus, the early preparation for the animal CoVs with risk of spillover is important for future disease preparedness, regarding the likely animal origin of SARS, MERS, and COVID-19.” SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is a disease that caused a deadly outbreak in China over 20 years ago. MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) is a coronavirus disease first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012. The study’s auhtors included Shi Zhengli, a Chinese coronavirus expert known as “batwoman” for her academic studies on the coronavirus. She became a figure of international focus during the coronavirus pandemic. Shi stopped public appearances in early 2020 but reemerged to defend the Chinese government from claims that the coronavirus came from a lab in Wuhan.
TONIGHT: The show begins in the trenches of Zaporhizhia Oblast and moves to the Halls of Congress. From the MBS play to acquire nuclear power in exchange for normalizing with Israel to the Bide Administration play to permit hundreds of thousands of migrants flook red border states and Blue cities. Watching the PLA Navy bully the Philippines, watch prep for an invasion of Taiwan. The migrant surge destablizes even the nations, like Costa Rica, that it transits. 1886 VERCENGETORIX SURRENDERS
How does conversion rely upon revelation and revelators? Dr. Matthew Richardson examines Paul's letter to the Ephesians, discusses conversion, and how God reveals mysteries through revelation to His children.Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/new-testament-episodes-31-40/YouTube: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/15G9TTz8yLp0dQyEcBQ8BYPlease rate and review the podcast!00:00 Part 1–Dr. Matthew Richardson01:56 Introduction of Dr. Matthew Richardson03:39 The city of Ephesus05:52 Roman armor08:27 Paul's introduction to the letter09:59 Come, Follow Me beginnings13:44 Paul and Mormon parallels14:07 Dr. Richardson shares a personal story about his dad's letters15:47 Becoming a new creature17:14 Predestination and the fabric of conversion22:49 Magic vs mysteries24:59 Conversion and great mysteries27:25 God shares all 29:04 “Unfolding the Mysteries through Revelation”30:40 Lehi as a “visionary man”34:58 Paul is a “prisoner of Christ”38:01 God's answers aren't fast40:17 Dr. Richardson shares a personal story about love44:07 The dispensation of the fulness of times47:02 Administration of the gospel49:46 the last days and “knowledge of truth”51:17 Distractions52:42 Crisis vs decision54:56 Dr. Richardson shares a story about Elder Eyring57:59 Conversion and commitment58:58 Dr. Richardson shares a story about his recent mission59:42 Marriage vows and misunderstanding Paul's words1:04:52 Children of light and reverence1:08:21 Prophets are for our benefit1:11:16 Dr. Richardson shares a personal story about President Nelson1:12:40 No more strangers in Christ and remove bias and prejudice 1:16:22 End of Part 1–Dr. Matthew RichardsonThanks to the followHIM team:Shannon Sorensen: Cofounder, Executive Producer, SponsorDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: Marketing, SponsorLisa Spice: Client Relations, Editor, Show NotesJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignAnnabelle Sorensen: Creative Project ManagerWill Stoughton: Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Translation Team, English & French Transcripts, WebsiteAriel Cuadra: Spanish Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com
As an ACLS provider you do not need to be familiar with all of the different signs of various types of poisoning. You should be able to obtain a history and know to order toxicology. The majority of toxins don't have a specific antidote. There are a few toxins for which we have emergency interventions and ACLS providers should be familiar with.Reviewing the patient's medical history for indicators that may lead us to suspect a tablet/toxin cause of cardiac arrest. Administration of Narcan for suspected narcotics overdose following the Opioid Associated Emergency algorithm. Other common ACLS Tablet Toxin scenarios with possible treatments. Medications commonly used to treat specific toxins that are regularly stocked on crash carts or carried in EMS med bags. ACLS providers that suspect a specific toxin should consult with their Pharmacy or call Poison Control for treatment directions.Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on Twitter@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGive back & support the show:via PayPal Good luck with your ACLS class!
How have farmers and tanker drivers been affected by the collapse of a haulage company which collects fresh milk from farmers? We speak to a dairy analyst. The north Norfolk coast and its wildlife has been the subject of one of the country's largest and most detailed biodiversity audits. The North Norfolk Coastal Group of landowners and local authorities worked with scientists at the University of East Anglia to monitor all life, from algae to eagles and produce a plan and work with farmers to protect and increase the area's special habitats. All this week we're talking about nature writing, and author Richard Mabey could be seen as a pioneer in the genre, with books stretching back over 50 years. Presenter = Anna Hill Producer = Rebecca Rooney
I know that many entrepreneurs are in pursuit of the time and financial freedom a flourishing business can bring. But how do you build something that allows you the space to live a life you truly desire? In today's episode, I take you through the key areas of business that I spend time on, and the ones I definitely DON'T, as a CEO of a mastermind business. Becoming mindful of where you spend your time is crucial. As we work to generate more freedom in our business, we first need to have an understanding of what it is we truly need to give our attention to, and the areas in which we should be spending less time. Not only will this be the best way to support you in retaining clients, but it will give you the tools to ensure your business continues to operate successfully year on year. Today I take you through the four key areas in my business that help me to continue delivering the highest-quality support to my clients: Module content creationHands-on coachingBespoke strategy developmentProduct refinement and feedbackI elaborate on each of these four points and the reasons I prioritise them over everything else to do with my business. As a CEO, knowing your strengths and where your responsibilities truly lie are crucial to maintain the high level of service you provide to your clients, as well as your team. Getting bogged down in areas of your business where your attention doesn't belong is not only a catalyst for burnout, but can give your team a sense that you don't fully believe in their capabilities. I run through the three areas where I purposefully don't spend my time, and where I allow trust to flow throughout my business instead:Administration within the mastermindsMicromanaging my support coachesWorrying about the client experience Now, it's not to say that I don't think deeply and strategise about the above areas in my business. It's that having the right structures, systems and processes in place to begin with means I can let go of the things which shouldn't beg for my attention as CEO. Finding the right balance in where to invest your time and where to let go is a process, but I promise that once you find it, you'll never look back! I hope that this episode really supports you to build the systems that will not only sustain your business, but help you shine on as you lead others on the path to success. Enjoy!LINKS:Connect with Ellie: Join the Waitlist for The Mastermind Model here Website: https://www.ellieswift.com/Instagram: @elliehswiftFacebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/shineonsocialellieswift/
Live from the Heart of America—I'm Steve Gruber— Your Soldier of Truth—the Tip of the Spear against socialists—here ready to fight for you from the Foxhole of Freedom—AND—please my friends REMEMBER TO THINK while its still legal—this is the Steve Gruber Show— Here are 3 big things you need to know right now— Number One— Gold Bar Bob Menendez—the embattled Senator from New Jersey says he will not resign—he says the latest charges against him—are just not true—and he did not take Bribes— Number Two— AOC says Joe Biden is wrong—the economy is in bad shape—in fact the liberal firebrand called Bidenomics a crisis right now that is hurting the American people— Number Three— And those are just a couple of the bad headlines that are giving Democrats a severe case of anxiety right now— The Democrats are taking hits from all directions right now—from the border to corruption charges—some leading all the way to the West Wing—to the failure that is Bidenomics-- And as we have been discussing—it is hitting the Democrats hard at the polls— Then yesterday afternoon Ford Motor Company dropped a major bombshell on the whole EV transition—when they announced they would be stopping construction on a controversial $3.5 Billion dollar battery plant—that is owned in large part by companies with direct ties to the Chinese Communist Party—and those ties to the CCP were already under investigation by Republicans both in Congress and in Michigan—so today the so called Blue Oval Battery Park is on ice—and it could mean that other concerning purchases by the Chinese on American soil could soon be iced as well— In just a moment Pete Hoekstra—the former House Intelligence Committee Chair and an outspoken critic of these Chinese factories will join us with the latest—BUT I can tell you for people around these plants there is some celebrating going on today— BUT the concerns over the Chinese setting up shop in America has become another Bi-Partisan issue—and one the Democrats in Washington are fighting to come to terms with—because ordinary Americans are saying no to all of it— This week started off badly for Joe Biden—he is on his way to Detroit to meet with striking UAW members—in the strike that is now in its 8th day and affecting workers and facilities in 20 states— The Union vote in America is getting smaller—and the support for Biden across the board is getting weaker— And you know its bad—when not a single member of the Administration can articulate a coherent answer—AND stick with the idea—that everything is great and soon everyone will agree—sing kum-buy-ah and live happily every after— There clearly is no plan for any of the major crisis that have blossomed since senile Joe Biden stumbled into the White House— I mean its obvious Biden has no actual plan for Ukraine except dump billions of cash and prizes there—no plan to heal the economy except to tell everyone its going great—and no plan for the border—except to keep repeating its secure— There is one person that is quite pleased with the latest polling numbers—especially those from the Washington Post and ABC News—showing Biden with a paltry 37% approval rating—and Donald Trump winning by 10 points—and with everything going on—I think that poll is on the money—and Donald Trump is on his way to winning a second term— And you don't have to believe Donald Trump—BUT you may want to listen to Democrats themselves—
Dan Garodnick, Director of the New York City Department of City Planning, joined the show to discuss the Adams Administration's plan to rezone the city and pursue more housing everywhere. It's the "City of Yes" zoning proposal for "housing opportunity" and will ultimately need City Council approval at the end of the lengthy public review process set to launch soon. (ep 415)
Many of us work for some organization and we're responsible for managing a database or coding some application or some other data related position. Perhaps we ensure reports work for our users or move data around. In many cases, we have customers, whether they are internal to our organization or perhaps external from another business or even the wider public. However, many of us see our jobs as a part of the org/business and not that we are actually providing some service to others that we are responsible for. While I've certainly felt that way, I learned at some point that if I were an app dev, I ought to treat people using my app as customers, even though they don't pay me in currency. They often pay me in praise, or better yet, with praise to my boss. As a DBA, I treated both app devs and users as customers. That helped me take pride in my work and learn to view my position from other points of view. Read the rest of Running a Service
Our special guest today is Dr. David Caruso, author of The Emotionally Intelligent Manager. Dr. Caruso is a management consultant who is known for his work with leaders on leveraging emotional intelligence. Tune into this podcast for a lively conversation between two psychologists about the value of EI in the workplace.To Order Doug's Books: The Resiliency QuestMad About UsVisit Doug's Website: DougMcKinley.comTo Listen to Leadership Currency Podcast: Leadership Currency Podcast
Live from the Heart of America—I'm Steve Gruber— Your Soldier of Truth—the Tip of the Spear against socialists—here ready to fight for you from the Foxhole of Freedom—AND—please my friends REMEMBER TO THINK while its still legal—this is the Steve Gruber Show— Here are 3 big things you need to know right now— Number One— The UAW strike has gone nationwide—with dozens of facilities in some 20 states now idled by the walkout that began one week ago—if its not settled soon—inventory could soon be impacted— Number Two— Democrat Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey—appears to be in a world of hurt—after he was indicted along with his wife on bribery and other serious crimes by a federal grand jury— Number Three— SLIDIN WITH BIDEN—That is the headline that Democrats should be looking at very closely today— A brand new Washington Post ABC Poll gives former President Donald Trump a commanding lead over the guy in The White House currently—and when you dig into the numbers deeper—it gets far worse for Joe Biden— The reasons are many— and the polling is getting worse for Biden on an almost daily basis— You see Americans get it when Joe Slurs through a speech or wanders around lost on stage—they can see it and they know he is not in charge of himself—so how can he run a country? The brand-new Poll puts Bidens approval 19 points underwater—with just 37 percent of the people asked approving of the way he does his job—that is a new low—and it doesn't look like they have found the bottom yet— Biden who will turn 81 in December is already the oldest and weakest President in American history—and the across the board failures are not going to be rewarded by voters in 2024— Trust me when I tell you—Democrats are in a full blown panic right now—because they are caught in a no-win situation—they know Joe Biden's chances of winning re-election get smaller by the day— but if he pulls out now he becomes a lame duck—if he leaves that leaves them with Kamala Harris as the standard bearer—unless you want to allow a wild primary fight between Harris and likely challengers from California and Michigan— Like I said the reasons for Joe Biden's dismal numbers are many—the wide-open border that everyone sees on the news everyday—while the Democrats keep telling us the ‘border is secure' when it absolutely is not— In fact, today the Democrat Mayor of El Paso Texas says that city is on the verge of collapse because of the invasion—and that doesn't poll well anywhere in the country— Energy policy has made the cost of filling up your car or truck far more expensive than it was 32 months ago— Which brings me to Bidenomics—which is an utter failure—what is stunning about the Washington Post poll—is that the paper tried to distance itself from its own numbers—writing that the poll is so bad it could be an outlier— I have a news flash for the WaPo staff – the poll is not an outlier— in fact you should expect to see even worse numbers in the days to come— Here is the ongoing response from every member of the Administration—you just don't understand—everything is great and so is the economy— However, that kind of flippant response from cabinet members like Pete Buttigieg doesn't go over well—it is the kind of pat on the head that really angers people— I mean you know what its like to go shopping for groceries—compared to what it was like during Donald Trumps first term as President—and people are not buying it— And all the network Sunday shows were focused on the bombing poll numbers—and the biggest reasons driving the numbers down are all about how expensive everything is—and it really is the common denominator—pushing people away from Joe Biden and back to Donald Trump— However instead of trying to tack to the middle—or ease up in the attacks on energy for example—Joe Biden continues to govern from the far left— Bill Clinton learned his lesson—Joe Biden has not—or cannot comprehend what is happening—so they just keep repeating the same worn out catch phrases—and themes— It makes it pretty clear as to why Americans are so angry right now— However—Republicans are having challenges of their own right now—
In this podcast episode, Anita Afzali, MD, MPH, MHCM, FACG, AGAF, and Aja McCutchen, MD, discuss how women in gastroenterology (GI) can embrace and enhance their value. These inspiring GI medicine experts propose a practical formula that involves ongoing, careful self-reflection and asking yourself how your strengths, core values, and interests can be aligned with professional endeavors. In addition, self-advocacy and self-allyship can serve as harmonious tools to drive action and positive change. Presenters:Dr Anita Afzali is a Professor of Clinical Medicine, Interim Division Director of the Division of Digestive Diseases, Executive Vice Chair of Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine, and the Associate Chief Medical Officer of the UC Health system in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is also a Co-Founder of Scrubs & Heels.Anita Afzali, MD, MPH, MHCM, FACG, AGAF: consultant: AbbVie, Bristol Myers Squibb, Gilead Sciences, Janssen, Lilly, Pfizer, Takeda; provider of non-CME/CE services: AbbVie, Janssen, Pfizer, Takeda.Dr Aja McCutchen is a Partner and Physician Executive at Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates, a division of United Digestive in Atlanta, Georgia, and served as Co-Chair at the Scrubs & Heels 2023 Leadership Summit. Aja McCutchen, MD: consultant/advisor/speaker: Eli Lilly, Modify Health, Redhill Biopharm, Sanofi Regeneron, Takeda.Episode outline: Understanding and establishing your own market value; bringing that to your own organizationConsequences of being ill-equipped to pursue professional growth and developmentAdvocating for the value you bring to the professionNegotiation as a form of self-allyshipNegotiation categories to help support career success and protect work–life balanceOther program activities: Full Program: Equipped and Empowered: Thriving as Women in GIPodcast 1: Finding Your Friendtors: Mentors, Sponsors, and AlliesPodcast 3: Being Your Full Self: Pursuing Work–Life BalanceClinicalThought: Expert Commentary on Thriving as Women in GITo receive continuing education credit, submit your posttest answers no later than the expiration of this activity. Select 1 best answer for each question. When you have completed all the questions, press the "Continue" button at the bottom.
I am absolutely delighted to introduce a remarkable individual whom I've had the privilege of mentoring for an incredible three-year journey. Witnessing his growth and evolution as a leader has been truly inspiring, and I couldn't be prouder of his remarkable transition into the realm of educational administration. Our guest today is none other than LeBronte Hoover, who is embarking on his second year as an Assistant Principal in Frisco, Texas. Get ready for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at his incredible journey, as he shares his insights and experiences, taking us from his roots as a teacher and coach to his current role as a dedicated administrator. Episode Highlights: Changing his View of Administration The Most Impactful Experiences to Prepare for the Next Step The Largest Surprises as a New Assistant Principal About LeBronte Hoover: My name is LeBronte Hoover and I'm very excited to be a guest on the ASPIRE to Lead Podcast. My career in education began 12 years ago (2011) in my hometown of Natchitoches, La as a substitute teacher and coach. After completing alternate certification, I moved on to full time teacher and coach at the highschool level. My family and I relocated to Frisco, Tx in 2018 where I continued to teach and coach at the middle school level. I began my journey into Administration in 2020 when I decided to go back to school to pursue a Master's in Educational Leadership and take some additional roles on my campus to enhance my knowledge of how a school functions. Once I completed the certification requirements to be an Administrator in 2022, I received my first opportunity to serve as Assistant Principal in Richardson ISD at a junior high school. Now I'm currently serving as an Assistant Principal at the high school level in Frisco ISD. Follow LeBronte Hoover: Twitter: @hooverl_ Instagram: @BodyrockBBQ Facebook: LeBronte Hoover Supporting the Podcast! Have you ever thought about supporting the Aspire to Lead podcast? For just $5 a month, you can help me continue to create and produce valuable content for aspiring leaders in education. I understand that everyone has their own preferences and budgets, so if $5 a month isn't feasible for you, no worries! The podcast will always be available to listen to for free. However, if you do find value in the podcast and can afford to contribute, your support would mean the world to me. By contributing, you're enabling me to continue doing what I love and providing you with quality content. Thank you for considering supporting the Aspire to Lead podcast . Your contribution, no matter how small, is greatly appreciated https://aspiretoleadpodcast.captivate.fm/support Need a Presenter for a conference or school PD? Contact Joshua Stamper for presentations on Restorative Practices, Leadership Development, and Innovative campus systems. Watch my session on Trauma Informed, restorative and social emotional practices
Jay Naidoo is a Grandfather and an Elder of South Africa, but he is primarily a freedom fighter who was invited to serve in the inaugural cabinet of South African President, Nelson Mandela. Jay was the founding General Secretary of the Congress of South African Trade Unions, launched in 1985 which became a backbone of the struggle for workers' rights and a key part of the liberation movement fighting apartheid. He served three terms and then was elected to lead the efforts on co-creating a post-apartheid framework of action to address the socio-economic legacy of apartheid. Jay was then appointed by President Nelson Mandela as the Minister Without Portfolio, responsible for the Reconstruction and Development Program, in the Office of the President. In 1996, he was appointed as the Minister of Communications. Jay Naidoo is dedicated to human rights and leaving behind a better world for his grand children.
In this episode of Energy Evolution, co-host Taylor Kuykendall interviews Eric Beightel, the executive director of the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council. The council was established in 2015 to improve the transparency and predictability of the federal environment review and authorization process for certain critical infrastructure projects. Beightel discusses the challenges of permitting reform and the need for more resources, staff, and funding for agencies charged with the permitting process. He also emphasized the importance of early stakeholder engagement and community outreach to reduce the risk of litigation and improve the efficiency of the permitting process. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa and Taylor Kuykendall are veteran journalists with broad expertise covering the energy and mining sectors. In addition, Camellia Moors and Camilla Naschert, reporters who write about mining and power issues, are correspondents for Energy Evolution and regularly contribute to the show. Subscribe to Energy Evolution on your favorite platform to catch our latest episodes!
While lawmakers argued over the federal budget, our national debt passed $33 trillion dollars this week. On this week's roundup, host Ron Steslow and guests Liam Donovan (Principal at Bracewell LLP), Andy Kroll (Investigative Reporter at ProPublica), and Romina Boccia (Director of Budget and Entitlement Policy at the Cato Institute) discuss why it's significant and break down the fighting within the Republican party as they argue over a budget. Then they break down how the auto worker strike has Joe Biden caught between two key democratic constituencies They also discuss the migrant crisis in New York City and how it's growing rifts in the Democratic party Finally, they look at Biden's defiance in the wake of a Federal Appeals Court ruling that said his Administration likely violated the First Amendment and his campaign's alarming move to combat what it's calling “political misinformation.” Segments to look forward to: (02:40) The Debt and the Budget fight (31:31) The United Auto Workers Strike (46:00) New York City Migrant Crisis [Politicology+] The Biden 2024 campaign's alarming move to combat what it's calling “political misinformation.” Politicology+ is our private, ad-free version of this podcast, with subscriber-only episodes, strategy, and analysis. To join us there, visit politicology.com/plus or subscribe in Apple Podcasts. Follow this week's panel on X (formerly Twitter): https://twitter.com/RonSteslow https://twitter.com/LPDonovan https://twitter.com/AndyKroll https://twitter.com/RominaBoccia Related reading: Segment 1: NYT—U.S. National Debt Tops $33 Trillion for First Time Cato—Don't Let the Government‐Shutdown Charade Distract You From the Debt Crisis Axios—GOP defectors sink McCarthy's push to advance Pentagon funding NYT—Right-Wing House Republicans Derail Pentagon G.O.P. Bill, Rebuking McCarthy - The New York Times The Hill—McConnell: Government shutdowns are ‘a loser for Republicans' | The Hill Segment 2: WP—Biden aides try to quell tension with UAW as Trump plans Detroit trip - The Washington Post Politico—‘Trump scooped us': Dems sound alarm on Biden's handling of the auto worker strike - POLITICO Politico—Autoworkers lash out at Biden in the UAW president's hometown - POLITICO Segment 3: NYT—In Escalation, Adams Says Migrant Crisis 'Will Destroy New York City' WSJ—Why Biden's Border Policies Aren't Working - WSJ WP—Opinion | On immigration, Democrats should admit they are wrong - The Washington Post NYT—Suing. Heckling. Cursing. N.Y.C. Protests Against Migrants Escalate NBC—Concern rises in the Biden administration that New York has fumbled its migrant problem, U.S. officials say Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to another TFG Exclusive Interview, hosted by Mike Sperrazza! Today's guest is David Bellavia. David is a highly decorated Staff Sergeant, Medal of Honor recipient, and a prominent voice in discussing global issues, thanks to his extensive military background and experience in Afghanistan. Bellavia has been vocal about his views on the Afghanistan withdrawal, … Continue reading Growing Unease: Current Administration's Approach to Security and Travel with David Bellavia → The post Growing Unease: Current Administration's Approach to Security and Travel with David Bellavia appeared first on The Financial Guys Podcast.
Jordan Rich filled in on NightSide:This year's MCAS scores have been released and math, English, and science still remain below pre-pandemic levels. National data released this summer indicates student progress has stalled. Joining Jordan with insight was Paul Reville, Francis Keppel Professor of Practice of Educational Policy and Administration at Harvard Graduate School of Education.
10,000 immigrants crossed the border yesterday, George Washington's statues may be taken down in Washington D.C., The Veteran's Administration has a training video about trans issues, pronouns and abortions and weather may have been the reason that the pilot ejected from the F35 jet that crashed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10,000 immigrants crossed the border yesterday, George Washington's statues may be taken down in Washington D.C., The Veteran's Administration has a training video about trans issues, pronouns and abortions and weather may have been the reason that the pilot ejected from the F35 jet that crashed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10,000 immigrants crossed the border yesterday, George Washington's statues may be taken down in Washington D.C., The Veteran's Administration has a training video about trans issues, pronouns and abortions and weather may have been the reason that the pilot ejected from the F35 jet that crashed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: While speaking with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) called the Ukraine government a “corrupt regime” and noted that Zelensky's Administration has temporarily paused elections in the country Paul also notes that as a U.S. Senator his primary responsibility is to “keep our government open” not Ukraine's—and that we've already provided them with hundreds of billions of dollars. While appearing on Fox News with Jesse Waters, Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) explained that “five years from now…you're going to find a lot of people got rich from this”—referring to money earmarked for Ukrainian aid and military assistance falling into the wrong hands. Guy Ciarrocchi— Fellow at The Commonwealth Foundation & Columnist at Broad + Liberty—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to recap his participation in Wednesday's Chester County Prison Board meeting which addressed the escape of convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante. You can find Ciarrocchi's work here: https://broadandliberty.com/author/gciarrocchi/ The Consumer Product Safety Commission has released six songs to remind young Americans to adopt safety procedures which will lead to longer, healthier lives. Some of the topics include wearing helmets while on bicycles and regularly checking their smoke detectors. Are you ready to eat 3D printed salmon?
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (09/21/2023): 3:05pm- On Thursday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visited Washington D.C. to meet with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). Notably, Speaker McCarthy rejected Zelensky's request to appear before the entirety of the House of Representatives. Earlier in the day a group of House Republicans rejected a defense spending bill that would have sent billions more to Ukraine. Zelensky will now meet with President Joe Biden. 3:15pm- Despite an inability to prevent illegal migration along the U.S. Southern border, the Biden Administration has announced it will grant “legal status” to 470,000 Venezuelans who entered the U.S. unlawfully. You can read more here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/immigration/2023/09/20/border-influx-migrants-biden/ 3:20pm- While appearing on CNN, New York Governor Kathy Hochul told migrants: “If you're going to leave your country, go somewhere else.” New York City has been hit particularly hard by an influx of illegal migration. 3:25pm- In a bizarre opinion piece, Stephanie Farr defended Sen. John Fetterman's relaxed attire and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's decision to suspend the Senate's dress code in order to greenlight the Pennsylvania Senator's wardrobe preferences. You can read the editorial here: https://www.inquirer.com/columnists/senator-john-fetterman-dress-code-clothing-20230920.html 3:30pm- “The Great One” Mark Levin Show—Nationally Syndicated Radio Host & Seven-Time #1 New York Times Best Selling Author—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his new book, “The Democrat Party Hates America.” Plus, does Mark think the Philadelphia Eagles will finally hit their stride this week against the Buccaneers? You can learn more about Levin's book here: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Democrat-Party-Hates-America/Mark-R-Levin/9781501183157 3:50pm- Listeners call-in: Listener Greg wishes his father Aubrey “Brownie”, a World War II veteran, a happy birthday. He turns 100 years-old today! You can wish him a happy birthday by calling West Chester Rehabilitation and Nursing Home at 610-696-3120. Plus, caller Ray wonders if his wife is too liberal to visit The Rich Zeoli Show remote broadcast in Cape May on October 13th. 4:05pm- While speaking with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) called the Ukraine government a “corrupt regime” and noted that Zelensky's Administration has temporarily paused elections in the country Paul also notes that as a U.S. Senator his primary responsibility is to “keep our government open” not Ukraine's—and that we've already provided them with hundreds of billions of dollars. 4:20pm- While appearing on Fox News with Jesse Waters, Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) explained that “five years from now…you're going to find a lot of people got rich from this”—referring to money earmarked for Ukrainian aid and military assistance falling into the wrong hands. 4:30pm- Guy Ciarrocchi— Fellow at The Commonwealth Foundation & Columnist at Broad + Liberty—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to recap his participation in Wednesday's Chester County Prison Board meeting which addressed the escape of convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante. You can find Ciarrocchi's work here: https://broadandliberty.com/author/gciarrocchi/ 4:50pm- The Consumer Product Safety Commission has released six songs to remind young Americans to adopt safety procedures which will lead to longer, healthier lives. Some of the topics include wearing helmets while on bicycles and regularly checking their smoke detectors. 4:55pm- Are you ready to eat 3D printed salmon? 5:00pm- Jonathan Dienst, Courtney Copenhagen, and Tom Winter of NBC 4 in New York report that “[f]ederal prosecutors are looking into whether an admitted felon helped arrange to give gold bars worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez or his wife in exchange for help.” You can read the full report here: https://www.nbcnewyork.com/investigations/did-sen-bob-menendez-and-wife-improperly-take-gold-bars-from-corrupt-bank-exec/4697207/ 5:15pm- In a video that has gone viral on social media, Barstool Sports CEO Dave Portnoy confronts Washington Post journalist Emily Heil over a “hit piece” she wrote about him—the article is expected to be published soon. 5:20pm- During Wednesday's House Judiciary Committee hearing, Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) asked Merrick Garland about the Department of Justice and FBI persecuting traditional Catholics. The question resulted in any angry Garland screaming at Van Drew. 5:25pm- On Wednesday, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. During one fiery exchange, Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) called out the Biden Administration for subsidizing the production of electric vehicles people don't want, advancing crippling energy regulations, and causing harm to the long-term health of the American automotive industry. 5:45pm- While appearing on CNN, New York Governor Kathy Hochul told migrants: “If you're going to leave your country, go somewhere else.” New York City has been hit particularly hard by an influx of illegal migration. 6:05pm- Rich has to leave the show early to attend a charity dinner with listeners—so, Mike Opelka hosts the final hour of the show! 6:10pm- Despite an inability to prevent illegal migration along the U.S. Southern border, the Biden Administration has announced it will grant “legal status” to 470,000 Venezuelans who entered the U.S. unlawfully. You can read more here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/immigration/2023/09/20/border-influx-migrants-biden/ 6:20pm- On Thursday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visited Washington to meet with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). Later in the day he spoke with President Joe Biden in the White House. 6:30pm- The Consumer Product Safety Commission has released six songs to remind young Americans to adopt safety procedures which will lead to longer, healthier lives. Some of the topics include wearing helmets while on bicycles and regularly checking their smoke detectors. 6:40pm- Lauren Fix—automotive expert and analyst—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the ongoing United Auto Workers (UAW) strike. According to reports, Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis are holding their ground in negotiations which could lead to an expansion of labor strikes within the automotive industry. You can find her work here: https://carcoachreports.com
Is your in-house benefits administration team struggling to juggle the multitude of complexities behind running a successful benefits administration program? Are you spending too much time and resources trying to keep up to date with compliance changes and providing the technology and services your employees need for a positive benefits experience? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you may be considering outsourcing your benefits administration. Steve Carroll, senior vice president of client services at WEX joins us to talk about the perks of outsourcing your benefits administration and upcoming 2024 benefits administration trends to keep in mind as you prepare for open enrollment. Would you like to learn more about the perks of outsourcing benefits administration? Check out our handout.
Our primary focus immediately following return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) is aimed at ensuring adequate perfusion of the patient's vital organs and decreasing cerebral damage.After we have assessed and addressed O2 saturation, ETCO2, and BP, we may consider the use of an antiarrhythmic infusion if the patient has ventricular ectopy on the ECG. Indications for use of an antiarrhythmic after ROSC. Determining which antiarrhythmic to use post cardiac arrest. Administration of Amiodarone or Lidocaine to control ventricular ectopy after ROSC. The use of Amiodarone post arrest if no antiarrhythmics were administered prior to obtaining ROSC. Links to other medical podcasts that cover antiarrhythmics and other ACLS-related topics are on the Pod Resource page at PassACLS.com.Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on Twitter@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGive back & support the show:via PayPal Good luck with your ACLS class!
That's the question I have after the latest episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast. Jeffery Atik lays out the government's best case: that it artificially bolstered its dominance in search by paying to be the default search engine everywhere. That's not exactly an unassailable case, at least in my view, and the government doesn't inspire confidence when it starts out of the box by suggesting it lacks evidence because Google did such a good job of suppressing “bad” internal corporate messages. Plus, if paying for defaults is bad, what's the remedy–not paying for them? Assigning default search engines at random? That would set trust-busting back a generation with consumers. There are still lots of turns to the litigation, but the Justice Department has some work to do. The other big story of the week was the opening of Schumer University on the Hill, with closed-door Socratic tutorials on AI policy issues for legislators. Sultan Meghji suspects that, for all the kumbaya moments, agreement on a legislative solution will be hard to come by. Jim Dempsey sees more opportunity for agreement, although he too is not optimistic that anything will pass, pointing to the odd-couple proposal by Senators Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) for a framework that denies 230-style immunity and requires registration and audits of AI models overseen by a new agency. Former Congressman Bob Goodlatte and Matthew Silver launched two separate op-eds attacking me and Michael Ellis by name over FBI searches of Section 702 of FISA data. They think such searches should require probable cause and a warrant if the subject of the search is an American. Michael and I think that's a stale idea but one that won't stop real abuses but will hurt national security. We'll be challenging Goodlatte and Silver to a debate, but in the meantime, watch for our rebuttal, hopefully on the same RealClearPolitics site where the attack was published. No one ever said that industrial policy was easy, Jeffery tells us. And the release of a new Huawei phone with impressive specs is leading some observers to insist that U.S. controls on chip and AI technology are already failing. Meanwhile, the effort to rebuild U.S. chip manufacturing is also faltering as Taiwan Semiconductor finds that Japan is more competitive than the U.S.. Can the “Sacramento effect” compete with the Brussels effect by imposing California's notion of good regulation on the world? Jim reports that California's new privacy agency is making a good run at setting cybersecurity standards for everyone else. Jeffery explains how the DELETE Act could transform (or kill) the personal data brokering business, a result that won't necessarily protect your privacy but probably will reduce the number of companies exploiting that data. A Democratic candidate for a hotly contested Virginia legislative seat has been raising as much as $600 thousand by having sex with her husband on the internet for tips. Susanna Gibson, though, is not backing down. She says that it's a sex crime, or maybe revenge porn, for opposition researchers to criticize her creative approach to campaign funding. Finally, in quick hits: Jeffery and I debate when the product of AI prompts should be granted registered copyright protection. I question whether Lyft's new program allowing passengers to specify the gender of their drivers will survive litigation. And Jeffery and I note that the Supreme Court has at least briefly stayed the Fifth Circuit's ruling on the Administration's effort to “persuade” social media to suppress the speech of a large chunk of the country. Download 472nd Episode (mp3) You can subscribe to The Cyberlaw Podcast using iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Pocket Casts, or our RSS feed. As always, The Cyberlaw Podcast is open to feedback. Be sure to engage with @stewartbaker on Twitter. Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for topics or interviewees to CyberlawPodcast@gmail.com. Remember: If your suggested guest appears on the show, we will send you a highly coveted Cyberlaw Podcast mug! The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of their institutions, clients, friends, families, or pets.
“We need more people that are eager and willing to help see a problem and want to be a part of the solution.” This episode is sponsored in part by Urban Cat League, Doobert.com, and Maddie's Fund. On this episode, Stacy talks to Audrey Stratton, Clinic Supervisor at the Feral Cat Coalition, an organization based in San Diego that is dedicated to reducing overpopulation and improving the lives of cats through TNR services. Founded in 1992, the Feral Cat Coalition has spayed and neutered more than 50,000 community cats. In her conversation with Stacy, Audrey talks all about community cats and TNR. She describes the changing landscape for community cats and the growing need for more TNR volunteers. Audrey discusses several hot topics, including access to care issues and whether to spay pregnant cats. She also provides her thoughts on addressing some of the frequently encountered issues in the field, such as compassion fatigue and staffing shortage. To learn more about the Feral Cat Coalition, visit their website or follow them on Facebook or Instagram.
Roger Stone, a partisan Republican, and Gene Valentino compare the political past to the political future. Roger Stone predicts Trump will be the nominee. He compares his firsthand relationship with Richard Nixon to his current relationship with Donald Trump. He says Trump will be the beneficiary of a more open/honest election through effective oversight. How much of Trump's past experience in government will reflect the way he leads in the future? Roger Stone capsulizes the inside truth about the John Durham report that there was an illegal use of the FISA warrants to spy of Donald Trump and staff. Roger describes that there were wire taps on his phone as well as Paul Manafort, and Carter Page, claiming they had ‘Russian collusion' communications. He reflects on John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign against Richard Nixon. “Had Nixon had the internet to launch counter offenses against Kennedy, he would have survived against Kennedy,” says Roger Stone. Stone was also accused of Wikileaks communications with Julian Assange, which was not the case. Evidence shows no such communication existed. Not only Donald Trump, but Roger Stone as well have questioned anomalies in the last 2020 election. Roger talks about the unsubstantiated accusations against Trump that led to the Trump indictments. Roger compares the Biden Crime Family antics, and those of the Democrat Party, to historical patterns that go back to the Kennedy/Johnson Administrations. Go to MarcoPoloUSA.org. Roger says that there you'll find the actual posted contents of Hunter Biden's laptop. Trump considers himself the sole reason Ron DeSantis became Governor. Trump's support of DeSantis reinvigorated the doomed candidacy of DeSantis. For this reason, Roger says there's no chance Trump would entertain a Trump/DeSantis ticket. Roger wants DeSantis to focus on Florida's malaria epidemic and insurance crisis. On Biden's term of office, Roger thinks it's possible Biden will stay in office long enough to pardon himself and the others in the Biden Crime Family whether he's the Democratic nominee or not. He believes Biden will enact the War Powers Act in order to avoid the next presidential election entirely, in order to postpone the next election indefinitely. He says Trump will prevail across the board on all of these charges. He outlines Biden Administration's violation of a treaty we signed with Russia, all because Joe Biden felt the need to step up and protect Ukraine. “Under Trump we saw that Russia would not invade Ukraine. Putin was scared of Trump. We are vaulting dangerously toward WW3 under Biden's Administration. When Trump prays, he prays for America, not himself,” Stone says.Originally Recorded on Wednesday, September 13, 2023 at 10:30am CSTSeason 2, Episode 17Learn More at: GeneValentino.comImage(s) Courtesy of: Gene Valentino Join the Conversation: https://GeneValentino.com WMXI Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NewsRadio981 More WMXI Interviews: https://genevalentino.com/wmxi-interviews/ More GrassRoots TruthCast Episodes: https://genevalentino.com/grassroots-truthcast-with-gene-valentino/ More About Gene Valentino: https://genevalentino.com/about-gene-valentino/
In this interactive podcast episode, we explore the transformative power of optimism. Dr. McKinley is joined by one of his senior associates, Megan McKinley, who is also his daughter. She is a delight and known to generate a positive vibe wherever she goes. Join us as we uncover how embracing optimism can fuel resilience, enhance problem-solving abilities, and accelerate personal growth amidst life's challenges. Get ready to shift your perspective and unleash your untapped potential with the power of optimism.To Order Doug's Books: The Resiliency QuestMad About UsVisit Doug's Website: DougMcKinley.comTo Listen to Leadership Currency Podcast: Leadership Currency Podcast
So we are out in Las Vegas with all of the Developers in Maryland and as it turns out many Maryland born developers have also started developing in Virginia and who do we find at the Maryland Pool my friend, Levar Stoney..the Mayor of Richmond. He grew up in Hampton Roads, went to James Madison and his next stop was Richmond. He fell in love with it and so why not become the Mayor. The people of Richmond love him and he's done a great job as Mayor since being elected in 2016. It's a two term limit in Virginia for Mayor and one term for the Governor, the Mayors success has many people in Virginia talking about a run for Governor in his future. This conversation spans 40 minutes but starts with Rev Al and the Mayor exchanging historical facts and family ties as the Rev has family from Richmond and knows his stuff, the ensuing discussion is enlightening and fun. The City of Richmond is a place where Levar Stoney is making a huge differance. He is the 80th Mayor elected in Richmond history, and prior to that he was the Secretary of State for Governor Terri McCaliffe's where he was the youngest member of that Administration. Levar Stoney is a winner, he knows how to build community, he knows how to lead and as a result the numbers across the board in Richmond are getting better. He's investing in Parks and infrastructure to support a City on the rise. If you like Food Richmond is a new hot spot for foodies... Jump in and learn about what makes this guy tick, Rev Al and I are so grateful for his time in between meetings and looking at deals for the City of Richmond. We were lucky to have him come by. Thanks Levar, we appreciate you, your love for our neighbors to the south and your open mind about Government and how it can be better for the people... we can't wait to see what you do next.
You're not going to sleep tonight after listening to the platinum episode of the East Bay Insiders Podcast. Steve Tavares, Dan Mendoza, and guest co-host Lee Thomas visit Joe's Pho in San Leandro. Lee gives his take on San Leandro Police Chief Abdul Pridgen being placed on administative leave. We tackle the astonishing news in Oakland that city officials dropped the ball on millions in state money to combat retail theft; an update on the DA Pamela Price recall, Barbara Lee seeking endorsements, plus an update on labor negotiations with co-host Shawn Wilson
Welcome to episode 193 of the Grow Your Law Firm podcast, hosted by Ken Hardison. In this episode, Ken sits down with Eric Sanchez, law firm operations guru, entrepreneur, and technologist; to discuss law firm efficiency and technology. Eric Sanchez has just about done it all within law firm operations and legal technology. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Eric developed strong leadership skills and a solid work ethic that has fueled his success in the years to come. For over two decades, he led one of the largest and most successful plaintiffs' practices in the Southeast. He was the chief architect for many of the firm's core systems. His greatest work was in In re Black Farmers Discrimination Litigation, which resulted in a settlement of $1.25 Billion dollars and maximum fee award of nearly $100 Million dollars. Eric's unique approach to problem-solving, combined with his passion for technology, led him to design the intake and case management platform now marketed by legal technology company, GrowPath. Eric holds a M.A. in Public Policy and Administration from Northwestern University, a B.S. in Criminal Justice, and is a prolific inventor holding 25 technical patents raging from cybersecurity, database management, and email. After exiting GrowPath, Eric is again focused on his passion: law firm operations. As the founder of Maestro Strategic Partners, he serves as its managing partner. In that capacity he offers consulting services ranging from strategic advisory, marketing, operations, and technology. What you'll learn about in this episode: The importance of addressing inefficiencies in your Law Firm How to use AI to improve your Law Firm's efficiency Why you shouldn't surround yourself with “yes” people Learn how to conduct an annual audit of your core systems Resources: https://mstratpartners.com/ Additional Resources: https://www.pilmma.org/the-mastermind-effect https://www.pilmma.org/resources https://www.pilmma.org/mastermind
On this week's podcast, Adriane Casalotti, Chief of Government and Public Affairs and Lauren Mastroberardino, Government Affairs Senior Specialist provide an outlook on government funding as August recess has ended and Congress is back in session. They discuss the possibility of a government shutdown or continuing resolution as the fiscal year comes to a close on September 30. Casalotti and Mastroberardino also discuss FDA approval and CDC endorsement of two updated COVID-19 vaccine formulations that will be available as rates of respiratory infections increase this fall. Later in the program (8:13), NACCHO Communications Specialist Beth Hess speaks with Deb Kramer, Deputy Assistant Secretary and Director of the Office of Preparedness within the Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. During this, National Preparedness Month, they discuss the importance of preparedness both nationally and locally. Kramer also talks about the role of the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) in community response, its impact over the past 21 years, and her vision for the program moving forward.
The idea of the “five rights” for medication safety has been taught in nursing school since at least World War II, used as a memory tool that nurses should rely on to administer medications safely. Even though no one can identify where the five rights came from, the idea is embedded in medication safety programs and appears frequently in error reports submitted to ECRI and the ISMP Patient Safety Organization.As our guest Susan Paparella, Vice President, Services, Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP), points out, the five rights are inadequate as a safety tool. Because they do not address the system-level errors that contribute to medication errors, those errors can occur even when the five rights have been followed. In the latest episode, we discuss more about the shortcomings of the five rights, and better starting points for medication safety programs.Learn more about ISMP and the ECRI-ISMP Medication Safety memberships.
At just 28, Regine Cabato is one of the most influential, if relatively unknown, journalists in the Philippines. Covering both the Duterte and Marcos governments for the Washington Post, Cabato is read by political leaders around the world, not to mention embassies and key institutions that affect the Philippines. Cabato talks to Howie Severino about her recent blockbuster reports, on the so-called “digital sweatshops” in the Philippines that service the booming Artificial Intelligence industry and the century-old remains of a Filipina teen-ager secretly used for controversial research in Washington DC. She recalls the harassment she endured during her coverage of the drug war, and explains what it will take for journalists to push back the tsunami of falsehoods reaching ordinary people. Cabato is also a Palanca awardee for her poetry, where she expresses emotions triggered by her reporting. Even in a hostile environment for journalists, Cabato says, “I'm not sure that I can picture myself doing anything else. I've always wanted to be a journalist.” Links to her stories: https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/interactive/2023/maura-philippines-smithsonian-brain-collection/ http://tldtd.org/poet/regine-cabato/ https://anmly.org/ap32/neighbor-species-32/regine-cabato/ https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/seven-journalists-five-continents-join-institute-journalist-fellows-term https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2023/08/28/scale-ai-remotasks-philippines-artificial-intelligence/ https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/2018841930/regine-cabato-how-the-marcos-dynasty-regained-power-in-philippines https://youtu.be/xeHPmTeeKfI https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1413379452187655 --Produced by Arla FabellaResearched by MJ CerilloEdited by Jayr Magtoto
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: The Department of Justice has charged Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden's son, with lying on a federal form about drug abuse when purchasing a firearm in 2008. C. Ryan Barber and Sadie Gurman of The Wall Street Journal write: “The three-count indictment alleges that Hunter Biden knowingly lied in certifying that he wasn't addicted to drugs when he purchased a Colt Cobra 38SPL in October 2018 and that he possessed the firearm illegally. Prosecutors didn't file tax charges against Hunter Biden on Thursday but could still do so.” Reportedly, Hunter could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted. You can read Barber and Gurman's article here: https://www.wsj.com/politics/hunter-biden-indicted-on-gun-charges-5d6bdcaf?mod=hp_lead_pos2 While speaking with Anderson Cooper on CNN, Rep. Nancy Pelosi refused to answer if Kamala Harris is President Joe Biden's best running-mate option in 2024. Do you want a Zeoli Army t-shirt? Well, now you can finally get one! Go to: https://breakingt.com/collections/shop-1210-wpht?rfsn=7511973.6753d1d The administration of New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has actively fought state schools in court over policies which prioritize notifying parents when their children identify as transgender. According to Kirsten Fleming, multiple school districts are now pushing back. She writes: “The district's tactic exploits an embarrassing disclosure made by the state's deputy attorney general during a court case New Jersey has brought against Hanover Township and three other districts. The deputy AG conceded that Hanover Township, Middletown, Manalapan-Englishtown and Marlboro districts had wrongly been told four years ago that the ban on telling parents about transitioning children was ‘mandatory'—when it was only ‘guidance.'” You can read Fleming's article here: https://nypost.com/2023/09/13/new-jersey-schools-new-front-in-war-with-gov-murphy-over-right-to-know-kids-are-trans/ Listeners weigh-in on the Department of Justice's decision to indict Hunter Biden. How will this impact the 2024 presidential election?
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (09/13/2023): 3:05pm- The 14-day manhunt for escaped prisoner Danelo Cavalcante concluded with the successful capture of the Chester County Prison inmate on Wednesday morning. Cavalcante is an illegal migrant from Brazil who was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend in 2021. He was also accused of murder in 2017. Should Pennsylvania pay to incarcerate Cavalcante for the rest of his life? You can read more here: https://www.inquirer.com/news/live/danelo-cavalcante-prison-escape-search-updates-chester-county-20230913.html 3:15pm- Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy announced the launch of an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden—citing the alleged corruption tied to the Biden family's overseas business transactions. On Wednesday, during her press briefing, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked about the inquiry but pivoted to discuss economics instead. 3:20pm- During the press conference to announce the capture of escaped prisoner Danelo Cavalcante, Pennsylvania State Police Lieutenant Colonel George Bivens was hilariously asked if there was “any concern [Calvacante] would team up with another small man to step inside of a trench coat, Little Rascals-style?” 3:50pm- Do you want a Zeoli Army t-shirt? Well, now you can finally get one! Go to: https://breakingt.com/collections/shop-1210-wpht?rfsn=7511973.6753d1d 4:05pm- During her Wednesday press briefing, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked to explain “why the president interacted with so many of his son's foreign business associates?” Instead of answering the question, Jean-Pierre walked-out of the briefing. 4:20pm- On Tuesday, Illinois Secretary of State Alexi Giannoulias testified before the U.S. Senate—discussing his state's “anti-book ban” legislation. During the hearing, Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) read a series of disturbingly graphic passages from two books that are supposedly available to children in Illinois. Meanwhile, Parents Defending Education President Nicki Neily told the Senate that “we don't put Playboy in kindergartens. This isn't considered a book ban, but common sense.” 4:40pm- According to Oliver Darcy of CNN, “[t]he White House sent a letter to top US news executives on Wednesday, urging them to intensify their scrutiny of House Republicans after Speaker Kevin McCarthy launched an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.” You can read the report here: https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/12/media/white-house-letter-news-executives/index.html 5:00pm- Tracy Beanz—Editor-in-Chief for UncoverDC.com & host of the “Dark to Light” podcast—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss her latest article, “5th Circuit Rules Government Violated Speech Right of Americans.” In an opinion released late on Friday for Missouri v. Biden, the New Orleans-based Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Biden Administration likely violated the First Amendment when it pressured social-media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to censor COVID-19 related content as well as unflattering stories about Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop. The Administration effectively used government resources to suppress constitutionally protected speech. You can read the full article here: https://www.uncoverdc.com/2023/09/11/5th-circuit-rules-government-violated-speech-rights-of-americans/ 5:20pm- While appearing on the “All-In” podcast, Elon Musk debunked claims that he shutdown Starlink satellite services to Ukraine in order to stifle an attack on a Russian naval fleet in Sevastopol. Musk explained: “At the time this happened, the region around Crimea was actually turned off. The reason it was turned off was originally because the United States had sanctions against Russia, and that includes Crimea in the sanctions. We're not allowed to actually turn on connectivity to a sanctioned country without explicit government approval.” You can watch the full interview here: https://twitter.com/theallinpod/status/1701636472384938396 5:35pm- U.S. Representative Scott Perry—representing Pennsylvania's 10th Congressional District & Chair of the House Freedom Caucus—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy's announced launch of an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden. Perry explains that the public deserves to know if the Biden family corruption allegations are true—especially considering mainstream media has been reluctant to investigate the accusations. 5:50pm- New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham recently announced the issuance of an executive order that will temporarily suspend the right to carry firearms in the state—citing a gun violence epidemic that amounts to a public health emergency. A federal judge has temporarily halted the order. You can read more here: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/09/13/new-mexico-gun-restrictions-albuquerque-00115764 6:05pm- While appearing on MSNBC's Morning Joe, The Washington Post's David Ignatius discussed his recent op-ed, “President Biden Should Not Run Again in 2024.” During the conversation, Joe Scarborough conceded that “off-air” every single Democrat admits that Joe Biden is too old to run for reelection. 6:30pm- Steve Dnistrian—Candidate for New Jersey State Senate in the 11th District, located in Monmouth County—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his race against incumbent Sen. Vin Gopal (D). 6:45pm- On Tuesday, Illinois Secretary of State Alexi Giannoulias testified before the U.S. Senate—discussing his state's “anti-book ban” legislation. During the hearing, Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) read a series of disturbingly graphic passages from two books that are supposedly available to children in Illinois. Meanwhile, Parents Defending Education President Nicki Neily told the Senate that “we don't put Playboy in kindergartens. This isn't considered a book ban, but common sense.”