Podcasts about Air raid

  • 399PODCASTS
  • 888EPISODES
  • 45mAVG DURATION
  • 5WEEKLY NEW EPISODES
  • Mar 20, 2023LATEST

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022

Categories



Best podcasts about Air raid

Latest podcast episodes about Air raid

The Warrior Next Door Podcast
AIR RAID EDITION! The Maison de la Liberation House - Normandy France: Part 1 of 2

The Warrior Next Door Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2023 38:11


Join us for an exclusive, behind the scenes tour of the storied Liberation House in St Laurent sur mer, the first house liberated by the allies on Omaha Beach and a focal point for the French Resistance prior to the invasion!Episode 1 describes the history of the Liberation House as shared by the owner, Sebastian Olard, whose great uncles served in the local resistance movement during the war. Sebastian provided Bill Parker and our families access to this historic building during our trip to Normandy on June 6, 2022 where we learned a little bit about a small part of a big war!

Classic Radio Theater with Wyatt Cox
Classic Radio for March 10, 2023 Hour 3 - Air Raid - The CBS Radio Workshop

Classic Radio Theater with Wyatt Cox

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2023 42:47


The CBS Radio Workshop, originally broadcast March 10, 1957, Air Raid. A rebroadcast of the verse play originally heard on The Columbia Workshop in 1938 predicting the civilian horrors of World War II. Also Lum and Abner, originally broadcast March 10, 1939, Jack Benny gets an honorary degree from Pine Ridge University. Jack Benny appears on the program to receive a degree from Pine Ridge University (and cracks up as soon as he opens his mouth). The boys doubt Jack's identity until he plays his violin.Visit my web page - http://www.classicradio.streamWe receive no revenue from YouTube. If you enjoy our shows, listen via the links on our web page or if you're so inclined, Buy me a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wyattcoxelAHeard on almost 100 radio stations from coast to coast. Classic Radio Theater features great radio programs that warmed the hearts of millions for the better part of the 20th century. Host Wyatt Cox brings the best of radio classics back to life with both the passion of a long-time (as in more than half a century) fan and the heart of a forty-year newsman. But more than just “playing the hits”, Wyatt supplements the first hour of each day's show with historical information on the day and date in history including audio that takes you back to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. FDR, Eisenhower, JFK, Reagan, Carter, Nixon, LBJ. It's a true slice of life from not just radio's past, but America's past.Wyatt produces 21 hours a week of freshly minted Classic Radio Theater presentations each week, and each day's broadcast is timely and entertaining!

Al Jazeera - Your World
Georgia to withdraw controversial bill, Air raid sirens sound in Ukraine

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2023 2:28


The College Football Daily
Can Phil Longo succeed at bringing the Air-Raid to Wisconsin?

The College Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2023 13:24


Wisconsin's offense is changing. Phil Longo is in at OC and now the Badgers fanbase waits to see if the Air-Raid will work in Madison. Chris Hummer joins Lance Glinn to discuss Longo's transition, why he left UNC, and whether this new offense will find success in the Big Ten. Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Chris Hummer Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bleav in Badger Football
Airing it Out with Phil Longo

Bleav in Badger Football

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2023 29:11


Badgers offensive coordinator Phil Longo joins Bernie and Perko to discuss why he chose to come to Wisconsin, the philosophies underlying his Air Raid offense, his favorites parts about Madison so far, and much more. Follow us on Twitter @BleavInBadgers and Instagram @BleavInBadgers. And make sure to check out Matt's weekly segment with Clint Cosgrove on YouTube. We encourage you, if you are able, to continue to donate to the GoFundMe for Devin Chander's family.

Radio Bypass Podcast
RadioBypass Episode 287

Radio Bypass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2023 66:42


This week we have NEW Rock and Roll music that DESERVES to be heard from American Jetset, The Devil's Seamstress, Air Raid, Robin McAuley, Cranberry Suit, Elegant Weapons, Extreme, In Theory, and Crown Lands, plus music from McAuley/Schenker Group, Metallica, and Johnny Van Zant!

The Dan Bongino Show
The Fake Air Raid Siren Is The Last Straw (Ep 1956)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2023 58:28


In this episode, I address why the fake air raid siren in Ukraine is a bigger deal than it appears.  News Picks: Crazed democrats are now targeting ammunition sales. The Biden administration is coming for your neighborhood. America is becoming a corrupt country. The media is lying AGAIN. This time about Ron DeSantis and education in Florida. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

DON'T UNFRIEND ME
The Media is now comparing Joe Biden to Abraham Lincoln because of “Air-Raid Gate”. | 21FEB23

DON'T UNFRIEND ME

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2023 13:32


The Media is now comparing Joe Biden to Abraham Lincoln because of “Air-Raid Gate”. | 21FEB23

Ben Ferguson Morning Update
As staged air raid sirens sound, THE BIDEN warmongers are trying to FORCE the USA into WW3!

Ben Ferguson Morning Update

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2023 30:15


Erin Burnett OutFront
Air raid sirens sound in Kyiv during Biden's unprecedented visit

Erin Burnett OutFront

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2023 42:57


Ukraine with a warning for Russia as President Biden makes a top-secret trip into Ukraine to meet with President Zelensky. Rep. Seth Moulton of the Armed Services Committee joins to discuss the prospect of China providing lethal aid to Russia in the war in Ukraine. Plus, embattled Republican Congressman George Santos opens up about his past in a new and revealing interview and confesses to lying.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

DON'T UNFRIEND ME
Did Zelensky and Biden fake an air raid to garner money and political sympathy in Ukraine? | 20FEB23

DON'T UNFRIEND ME

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2023 23:22


Did Zelensky and Biden fake an air raid to garner money and political sympathy in Ukraine? | 20FEB23

Always College Football with Greg McElroy
Wisconsin HC Luke Fickell and McElroy talk Big 10, Camp Randall and the Air Raid | Always College Football

Always College Football with Greg McElroy

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2023 31:59


Luke Fickell joins McElroy to discuss why Wisconsin is the perfect job for him right now. What Phil Longo will bring on to the Badgers offense, why Camp Randall Stadium is the bet place in college football AND why the Big 10 and SEC will move away from everyone else. Plus we hit the mailbag with questions about Nebraska and Wisconsin changing things in the Big 10 and what is happening with Notre Dame's OC search | Always College Football Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Air Raid Flag Football Podcast
2023 Winter Season - Ep. 7

Air Raid Flag Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2023 50:09


Hot off the heels of yet another Superbowl victory, Air Raid's resident Chief goes down the rabbit hole with our usual suspects to discuss the picks and projections as we head towards our next play off season. Wishing everyone a Sack or two in their tight ends, here's your Air Raid Valentines Special. 

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes
Miami hires Shannon Dawson as offensive coordinator

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2023 35:52


Miami offensive coordinator search ends with Shannon Dawson. Bruce Feldman of The Athletic joins Manny to discuss the hiring of Dawson, his Air Raid fit with Miami's personnel, potential receiver coaches and other potential changes to Miami's staff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show
Guest Eric Claro Of BlakEarth Plus Fredrik Werner & Andy Johansson Of Air Raid 2/12/23

The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2023 125:37


Classic 80's Underground! Heavy Metal The Way It was Meant To Be!

Thunder & Lightning
T&L Exclusive: Coach Kevin Barbay Discusses What Changes and What Stays the Same Offensively

Thunder & Lightning

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 14:33


Mississippi State will feature a much different looking offense in 2023, but some of the old Air Raid will remain with Coach Kevin Barbay calling the plays. Brian Hadad discusses the transition with the new Bulldog offensive coordinator, what brought him to Starkville, and what he thinks of his quarterback Will Rogers.

The Clemson Dubcast
J.C. Harper

The Clemson Dubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 80:38


J.C. Harper remembers growing up in Clemson as the son of iconic assistant coach Tom Harper, the architect of the Tigers' rampaging defensive lines in the 1980s. At Daniel High School, J.C. attracted attention from recruiters and Georgia's Vince Dooley began appearing at his games. After committing to the Bulldogs, J.C. braced himself for his father's reaction. "Son, did you commit to Georgia?" "Yes sir." "Why?" "Because Coach Dooley came to two of my games." "Son, I came to all of your games." "But you're my dad. You're supposed to do that." J.C. ended up switching to Clemson after a long car ride with Danny Ford, and all these years later he still treasures his memories from those days. He also has a connection with current Clemson offensive coordinator Garrett Riley, a quarterback who transferred to Stephen F. Austin when J.C. was the head coach of the Lumberjacks. Riley helped Harper install the Air Raid offense that Mike Leach popularized at nearby Texas Tech. Harper has been out of coaching for the better part of a decade, but he still loves talking about the old days that include stints as an assistant under Lou Holtz at Notre Dame and Mack Brown at North Carolina. Harper lives in Lake Charles, La., with his family and works in real estate.  

Air Raid Flag Football Podcast
2023 Winter Season - Ep. 5

Air Raid Flag Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 69:29


Better Late than never we always say here at Air Raid. We appreciate your patience while we got this weeks episode up for you all. After a week of fantastic and some...unconventional football, our Fellas are back at it to go over all the ups and downs for the last week of a split location situation. Grab a seat, a drink, and some flags. 

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows
CBS Radio Workshop 57-03-10 ep58 Air Raid - Prevarications of Mr Peeps

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 23:50


The CBS Radio Workshop was an experimental dramatic radio anthology series that aired on CBS from January 27, 1956, until September 22, 1957. Subtitled “radio's distinguished series to man's imagination,” it was a revival of the earlier Columbia Experimental Laboratory (1931), Columbia Experimental Dramatic Laboratory (1932) and Columbia Workshop broadcasts by CBS from 1936 to 1943 and used some of the same writers and directors employed on the earlier series. The CBS Radio Workshop was one of American network radio's last attempts to hold on to, and recapture, some of the demographics they had lost to television in the post-World War II era. Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.com/otradio Listen to other Shows at My Classic Radio https://www.myclassicradio.net/ Remember that times have changed, and some shows might not reflect the standards of today's politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Entertainment Radio

Bleav in Boise St Football: Kingdom of POD
Coaches Come and Go and Hank Air Raid

Bleav in Boise St Football: Kingdom of POD

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 16:51


Why did Boise St lose their running back and special team coach and why Hank may do best at La Tech

The Matt McClearin Show
1-6-23 The Matt McClearin Show Hour 2: Big CBB weekend, #FridayTnA, Just The Sip

The Matt McClearin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 44:52


Friday's final hour of The Matt McClearin Show began with #FridayTnA, your Tweets/Texts and Matt's Answers like who should play Mike Leach in an Air Raid biopic AND how should the final rankings look if TCU loses.  24:46 - Matt's stoked for a massive college basketball weekend.  36:41 - Just The Sip!  Matt, Conrad, and SaBerre enjoy some local & regional craft beer, thanks to The Beer Hog in Pelham. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pep Talks with the Bitter Buddha
Sleeping Through the Air Raid

Pep Talks with the Bitter Buddha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 53:26


It's another beautiful Tuesday and the pollution makes for such amazing sun sets. So grab a beverage and sit back for another episode of the best damn podcast in the galaxy. This weeks episode is sponsored by True Classic T-Shirts Go to www.TrueClassic.com for 25% off and free shipping when you use the promo code: Pep Use code "Pep" at checkout Check out the video release today on Patreon and catch up on all our videos a week later at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY6rV2LpSsOUczZ7IyNoGlA For additional content support Eddie on Patreon: www.patreon.com/eddiepepitone  Write us a review on iTunes https://tinyurl.com/mv57us2d Send emails to: EddiePepPodcast@gmail.com Follow Eddie Twitter: @EddiePepitone Instagram: @EddiePep Follow Kevin @KevinTienken Go to www.eddiepepitone.com for show dates and all things Eddie Thank you to Allen Mezquida for our beautiful artwork

Bleav in Badger Football
Scouting Mabrey Mettauer and the Air Raid with Matt Simms

Bleav in Badger Football

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 43:49


Matt Simms from Simms Complete QB and the First Team Podcast joins Bernie and Perko to break down the skillset of Badger commit Mabrey Mettauer, talk about how Phil Longo's Air Raid will be deployed in Madison, and discuss the effects of NIL on recruiting. Follow us on Twitter @BleavInBadgers and Instagram @BleavInBadgers. And make sure to check out Matt's weekly segment with Clint Cosgrove on YouTube. We encourage you, if you are able, to donate to the GoFundMe for Devin Chander's family.

Culture Classroom
Special Episode: The Pirate (Honoring Mike Leach)

Culture Classroom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 25:36


Many words can be used to describe the man known as college football's Pirate — “quirky,” “unique,” “genius” — but one thing is certain: Mike Leach beat to the rhythm of his own drum. In this episode we look into the legacy of Mike Leach. Joining Hal Mumme's staff is 1989 as the OC at Iowa Wesleyan, the Valdosta State, Kentucky, and Oklahoma. His first head coaching gig was at Texas Tech from 2000-09, then transformed and revitalized the town of Pullman, WA while at Washington State from 2012-19. Mississippi State is where his career ended as he moved on to greener fields in a place we can only imagine. The legacy that will outlive him is, of course, the “Air Raid” offense that his former boss, Hal Mumme, created and he essentially perfected. It's appropriate that Leach won his last game — the Egg Bowl against arch-rival Ole Miss. But that's just a victory that lives on paper. Leach's real victory was in life. To a man, every coach who has made any kind of statement about his passing liked him as a person, respected his high level of intelligence and feared his “Air Raid” offense. Follow them on Twitter: John Torrey @mistertorrey John Weaver @CoachWeaverMRA Pro Quick Draw is a powerful plug-in used on Microsoft Visio & PowerPoint for coaches to organize, format, and export playbooks, scout cards & presentations efficiently.

The Hull Show – 1310 KFKA
December 19 – Lunch Rush: Commanders vs the Refs | Mike Leach and Air Raid Origins with CSU Coach Matt Mumme – HR 2

The Hull Show – 1310 KFKA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 40:53


Unexpected Points
Celebrating Mike Leach, Introducing the UP Book Club, Q&A

Unexpected Points

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 43:34


For this week's solo wrap-up pod, I discuss the significance of Mike Leach, and how his thoughtful and intentional way of understanding the game was analytics without numbers.Plus, I introduce the first selection in what will hopefully be an ongoing thing: The Unexpected Points Book Club. We're going to start with The Perfect Pass by S.C. Gwynne. It's a fantastic story of the Air Raid's founding and ascendance, with Hal Mumme and Mike Leach prominently featured. Lots of lessons from this book to apply to any endeavor, especially when looking to challenge the establishment order.I lastly have some Q&A from the livestream and detail this weeks research on Joe Burrow's declining sack rate and Adjusted Quarterback Efficiency (AQE).Leave comments about “The Perfect Pass” here if you've already read the book, or are now motivated to start, and I'll discuss them in the next episode. I'm planning on reviewing the first half of the book (Chapters 1-10) in next Friday's pod.Take care.Thanks for reading Unexpected Points! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. Get full access to Unexpected Points at unexpectedpoints.substack.com/subscribe

AP Top 25 College Football Podcast
Mike Leach's Legacy

AP Top 25 College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 38:21


Mike Leach's LegacyMike Leach died on Monday, Dec. 12, at the age of 61 after complications from a heart condition. Leach was in his third season coaching Mississippi State after stints at Washington State and Texas Tech. He was a successful coach winning more than 150 games in 21 seasons, but his impact on the game goes much deep than wins and losses. Leach and the Air Raid offense he ran helped revolutionize the passing game at all levels of football. Chris Brown, the author of Smart Football and The Art of Smart Football, joins AP's Ralph Russo to discuss Leach's enormous and lasting influence on the sport.Email the show: APTop25mailbag@gmail.comNewest Regions Bank 2022 Ad

Kreckman & Lindahl
12/15/22 Hour 1 - Nuggets win, Broncos are incentivizing fans, air-raid offense

Kreckman & Lindahl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 45:15


00:00 Nuggets beat the Wizards. 17:57 The Broncos are incentivizing fans to go to the Sunday's game. 35:52 The air-raid offense.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:39


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022. Before we get to the news today… You guys know Christmas is a coming right? Maybe you should get someone you love a Fight Laugh Feast Club Membership! Club Membership Plug: Its Christmas, join our club. During December, the first 75 people to upgrade or join our Gold or Platinum club membership will get our 32OZ Kodiak Christmas water bottle and a free subscription to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… We don’t have the big money of woke media, and so our club members are crucial in this fight. So, join the movement, join our army, and you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/14/fed-rate-decision-december-2022.html Fed raises interest rates half a point to highest level in 15 years The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate to the highest level in 15 years, indicating the fight against inflation is not over despite some promising signs lately. Keeping with expectations, the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee voted to boost the overnight borrowing rate half a percentage point, taking it to a targeted range between 4.25% and 4.5%. The increase broke a string of four straight three-quarter point hikes, the most aggressive policy moves since the early 1980s. Along with the increase came an indication that officials expect to keep rates higher through next year, with no reductions until 2024. The expected “terminal rate,” or point where officials expect to end the rate hikes, was put at 5.1%, according to the FOMC’s “dot plot” of individual members’ expectations. Investors initially reacted negatively to the expectation that rates may stay higher for longer, and stocks gave up earlier gains. During a news conference, Chairman Jerome Powell said it was important to keep up the fight against inflation so that the expectation of higher prices does not become entrenched. “Inflation data received so far for October and November show a welcome reduction in the monthly pace of price increases,” the chair said at his post-meeting news conference. “But it will take substantially more evidence to have confidence that inflation is on a sustained downward” path. The new level marks the highest the fed funds rate has been since December 2007, just ahead of the global financial crisis and as the Fed was loosening policy aggressively to combat what would turn into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. This time around, the Fed is raising rates into what is expected to be a moribund economy in 2023. Members penciled in increases for the funds rate until it hits a median level of 5.1% next year, equivalent to a target range of 5%-5.25. At that point, officials are likely to pause to allow the impact of monetary policy tightening to make its way through the economy. The consensus then pointed to a full percentage point worth of rate cuts in 2024, taking the funds rate to 4.1% by the end of that year. That is followed by another percentage point of cuts in 2025 to a rate of 3.1%, before the benchmark settles into a longer-run neutral level of 2.5%. However, there was a fairly wide dispersion in the outlook for future years, indicating that members are uncertain about what is ahead for an economy dealing with the worst inflation it has seen since the early 1980s. The newest dot plot featured multiple members seeing rates heading considerably higher than the median point for 2023 and 2024. For 2023, seven of the 19 committee members – voters and nonvoters included – saw rates rising above 5.25%. Similarly, there were seven members who saw rates higher than the median 4.1% in 2024. The FOMC policy statement, approved unanimously, was virtually unchanged from November’s meeting. Some observers had expected the Fed to alter language that it sees “ongoing increases” ahead to something less committal, but that phrase remained in the statement. Fed officials believe raising rates helps take money out the economy, reducing demand and ultimately pulling prices lower after inflation spiked to its highest level in more than 40 years. After spending much of 2021 dismissing the price increases as “transitory,” the Fed started raising interest rates in March of this year, first tentatively and then more aggressively, with the previous four increases in 0.75 percentage point increments. Prior to this year, the Fed had not raised rates more than a quarter point at a time in 22 years. The Fed also has been engaged in “quantitative tightening,” a process in which it is allowing proceeds from maturing bonds to roll off its balance sheet each month rather than reinvesting them. A capped total of $95 billion is being allowed to run off each month, resulting in a $332 billion decline in the balance sheet since early June. The balance sheet now stands at $8.63 trillion. https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/david-depape-in-court-today-live-updates/ David DePape case to move forward to trial, judge rules David DePape’s case will move forward to trial and the alleged Paul Pelosi attacker will be tried on all charges, a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday. DePape, who appeared in court wearing an orange jumpsuit Wednesday, was arrested on Oct. 28 after allegedly attacking Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer inside their Pacific Heights home. Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy just ruled that the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has enough evidence against David DePape to move the case forward to trial on all charges. DePape’s defense attorney never disputed that his client was in fact the person who broke into the Pelosi’s home and beat Paul Pelosi with a hammer. DePape made a full confession to police during interrogations and video of the interrogation was played in court. The most serious charge is premeditated attempted murder. Defense attorney Adam Lipson tried to argue that the attack was not premeditated, nor attempted murder. The defense pointed to DePape’s statements to Mr. Pelosi and police, in which he said he was targeting Nancy Pelosi, not Paul Pelosi, and intended to break Nancy’s kneecaps – not kill her. However, Judge Murphy disagreed with the defense. San Francisco Police Department Lt. Carla Hurley said when she interrogated David DePape, he revealed that he had other political targets. DePape said he planned to kidnap Hunter Biden, who lives in Malibu, California, so he could talk to Hunter about “all the corruption” in Washington, Hurley testified. DePape said he planned to travel to Los Angeles to confront Biden at home. (As the son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden is protected by Secret Service agents at his Malibu mansion.) DePape also said he planned to target California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Hurley testified. DePape told Hurley that he was on a “suicide mission” and would do whatever it took to stop Congress’ “corruption and lies.” Hurley said, in addition to Newsom and Hunter Biden, DePape also had two more targets: Actor Tom Hanks Feminist author Gale Breen https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Washington Post announces layoffs in early 2023 The Washington Post will be making layoffs early in the coming year, said CEO Fred Ryan on Wednesday morning. According to several staffers, Ryan announced at a company town hall that there will be layoffs at the paper early next year, reported Max Tani of Semafor. https://rumble.com/v20nj6a-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023.html - Play Video As seen on video footage captured by a member of the town hall audience, the crowd became upset at their boss's announcement. "What are you going to do to protect people's jobs? Are they going to be treated like the magazine staffers were?" one employee can be heard asking as Ryan began to make his exit while other personnel also attempted to get answers. Last month, the Post ended their Sunday print magazine and laid off its employees, according to the Washingtonian. The news of the downsizing comes as the Post faces backlash for the characterization of journalists Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi as "conservative." Taibbi, who previously worked for Rolling Stone, and Weiss, who was an editor at The New York Times, have both shared many left-leaning views in the past, however, they both are now under fire from the left for their documentation of the "Twitter Files," the internal documents shared by Twitter owner Elon Musk showing the tech giant taking massive steps to suppress and censor conservatives and politically-inconvenient news, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story. In a now-edited article, The Post labeled the two as "conservative journalists" for reporting on the “Twitter Files,” reports the Daily Caller. https://thepostmillennial.com/pedophile-who-performed-sex-act-to-12-year-old-girl-online-spared-prison?utm_campaign=64487 Pedophile spared prison after judge says web chat with 12-year-old girl ‘motivated by boredom’ A British man who engaged in a number of graphic online chats with a girl he believed to be 12 years old has been spared jail time, the Daily Mail reported. The judge presiding over the case argued that the man was "motivated by boredom rather than sexual interest in children" and that his "shame and remorse seem genuine." Andrew Teale, 43, began his chat innocently enough, but the conversation quickly turned sexual, with the married father eventually performing an act over Skype. I won’t read exactly what was said, as it is quite graphic in nature… but I’ll just say it was giving me Chris Hanson with to catch a predator vibes. Unbeknownst to Teale, he was saying all of these things to an undercover police officer, which ultimately resulted in his arrest in January. He admitted to attempting to engage in sexual activity in the presence of a child and attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child. The judge gave him a 12-month suspended jail sentence, meaning that he doesn't have to physically go to prison so long as certain requirements are met, including 150 hours of community service. During the sentencing, his previous good character, job loss, as well as the overall impact on his family life were also noted, although these comments were criticized as being an "insult to injury" by a former head of the national online police child protection unit. Formerly the Head of Innovation at British investment firm AJ Bell, Teale resigned from his position in July without informing the company of the criminal charges he was facing. Teale's lawyer says that he put a stop to his behavior and sought help. Dime Payments Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to https://dimepayments.com/flf. Now finally, it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/12/13/mississippi-state-football-coach-mike-leach-dies-at-61/ Mississippi State football Coach Mike Leach Dies at 61 Mike Leach, the gruff, pioneering and unfiltered college football coach who helped revolutionize the passing game with the Air Raid offense, has died following complications from a heart condition, Mississippi State said Tuesday. He was 61. Leach, who was in his third season as head coach at Mississippi State, fell ill Sunday at his home in Starkville, Mississippi. He was treated at a local hospital before being airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) away. “Mike was a giving and attentive husband, father and grandfather. He was able to participate in organ donation at UMMC as a final act of charity,” the family said in a statement issued by Mississippi State. “We are supported and uplifted by the outpouring of love and prayers from family, friends, Mississippi State University, the hospital staff, and football fans around the world. Thank you for sharing in the joy of our beloved husband and father’s life.” Leach fought through a bout with pneumonia late in this season, coughing uncontrollably at times during news conferences, but seemed to be improving, according to those who worked with him. News of him falling gravely ill swept through college football the past few days and left many who knew him stunned, hoping and praying for Leach’s recovery under grim circumstances. His impact on college football over the last two decades runs deep and will continue for years to come. Leach was known for his pass-happy offenses, wide-ranging interests — he wrote a book about Native American leader Geronimo, had a passion for pirates, a taught a class about insurgent warfare — and rambling, off-the-cuff news conferences. Leach’s teams were consistent winners at programs where success did not come easy. In 21 seasons as a head coach at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State, Leach went 158-107. And his quarterbacks put up massive passing statistics, running a relatively simple offense called the Air Raid that he did not invent but certainly mastered. An interview with Leach was as likely to veer off into politics, wedding planning or hypothetical mascot fights as it was to stick to football. He considered Donald Trump a friend before the billionaire businessman ran for president and then campaigned for him in 2016. He traveled all over the world and his curiosity knew no bounds. He most appreciated those who stepped outside of their expertise. As much as Leach enjoyed digging into topics other than football, he was excellent at the Xs and Os. Six of the 20 best passing seasons in major college football history were by quarterbacks who played for Leach, including four of the top six. Calling plays from a folded piece of paper smaller than an index card, Leach turned passers such as B.J. Symons (448.7 yards per game), Graham Harrell (438.8), Connor Halliday (430.3) and Anthony Gordon (429.2) into record-setters and Heisman Trophy contenders. I covered this one due to Mike Leach’s time at WSU, where he spent 8 successful seasons at the helm of my father’s alma mater. We shared great memories watching his cougars together. Rest in peace Leach, rest in peace.

Fight Laugh Feast USA
Daily News Brief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:39


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022. Before we get to the news today… You guys know Christmas is a coming right? Maybe you should get someone you love a Fight Laugh Feast Club Membership! Club Membership Plug: Its Christmas, join our club. During December, the first 75 people to upgrade or join our Gold or Platinum club membership will get our 32OZ Kodiak Christmas water bottle and a free subscription to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… We don’t have the big money of woke media, and so our club members are crucial in this fight. So, join the movement, join our army, and you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/14/fed-rate-decision-december-2022.html Fed raises interest rates half a point to highest level in 15 years The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate to the highest level in 15 years, indicating the fight against inflation is not over despite some promising signs lately. Keeping with expectations, the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee voted to boost the overnight borrowing rate half a percentage point, taking it to a targeted range between 4.25% and 4.5%. The increase broke a string of four straight three-quarter point hikes, the most aggressive policy moves since the early 1980s. Along with the increase came an indication that officials expect to keep rates higher through next year, with no reductions until 2024. The expected “terminal rate,” or point where officials expect to end the rate hikes, was put at 5.1%, according to the FOMC’s “dot plot” of individual members’ expectations. Investors initially reacted negatively to the expectation that rates may stay higher for longer, and stocks gave up earlier gains. During a news conference, Chairman Jerome Powell said it was important to keep up the fight against inflation so that the expectation of higher prices does not become entrenched. “Inflation data received so far for October and November show a welcome reduction in the monthly pace of price increases,” the chair said at his post-meeting news conference. “But it will take substantially more evidence to have confidence that inflation is on a sustained downward” path. The new level marks the highest the fed funds rate has been since December 2007, just ahead of the global financial crisis and as the Fed was loosening policy aggressively to combat what would turn into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. This time around, the Fed is raising rates into what is expected to be a moribund economy in 2023. Members penciled in increases for the funds rate until it hits a median level of 5.1% next year, equivalent to a target range of 5%-5.25. At that point, officials are likely to pause to allow the impact of monetary policy tightening to make its way through the economy. The consensus then pointed to a full percentage point worth of rate cuts in 2024, taking the funds rate to 4.1% by the end of that year. That is followed by another percentage point of cuts in 2025 to a rate of 3.1%, before the benchmark settles into a longer-run neutral level of 2.5%. However, there was a fairly wide dispersion in the outlook for future years, indicating that members are uncertain about what is ahead for an economy dealing with the worst inflation it has seen since the early 1980s. The newest dot plot featured multiple members seeing rates heading considerably higher than the median point for 2023 and 2024. For 2023, seven of the 19 committee members – voters and nonvoters included – saw rates rising above 5.25%. Similarly, there were seven members who saw rates higher than the median 4.1% in 2024. The FOMC policy statement, approved unanimously, was virtually unchanged from November’s meeting. Some observers had expected the Fed to alter language that it sees “ongoing increases” ahead to something less committal, but that phrase remained in the statement. Fed officials believe raising rates helps take money out the economy, reducing demand and ultimately pulling prices lower after inflation spiked to its highest level in more than 40 years. After spending much of 2021 dismissing the price increases as “transitory,” the Fed started raising interest rates in March of this year, first tentatively and then more aggressively, with the previous four increases in 0.75 percentage point increments. Prior to this year, the Fed had not raised rates more than a quarter point at a time in 22 years. The Fed also has been engaged in “quantitative tightening,” a process in which it is allowing proceeds from maturing bonds to roll off its balance sheet each month rather than reinvesting them. A capped total of $95 billion is being allowed to run off each month, resulting in a $332 billion decline in the balance sheet since early June. The balance sheet now stands at $8.63 trillion. https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/david-depape-in-court-today-live-updates/ David DePape case to move forward to trial, judge rules David DePape’s case will move forward to trial and the alleged Paul Pelosi attacker will be tried on all charges, a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday. DePape, who appeared in court wearing an orange jumpsuit Wednesday, was arrested on Oct. 28 after allegedly attacking Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer inside their Pacific Heights home. Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy just ruled that the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has enough evidence against David DePape to move the case forward to trial on all charges. DePape’s defense attorney never disputed that his client was in fact the person who broke into the Pelosi’s home and beat Paul Pelosi with a hammer. DePape made a full confession to police during interrogations and video of the interrogation was played in court. The most serious charge is premeditated attempted murder. Defense attorney Adam Lipson tried to argue that the attack was not premeditated, nor attempted murder. The defense pointed to DePape’s statements to Mr. Pelosi and police, in which he said he was targeting Nancy Pelosi, not Paul Pelosi, and intended to break Nancy’s kneecaps – not kill her. However, Judge Murphy disagreed with the defense. San Francisco Police Department Lt. Carla Hurley said when she interrogated David DePape, he revealed that he had other political targets. DePape said he planned to kidnap Hunter Biden, who lives in Malibu, California, so he could talk to Hunter about “all the corruption” in Washington, Hurley testified. DePape said he planned to travel to Los Angeles to confront Biden at home. (As the son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden is protected by Secret Service agents at his Malibu mansion.) DePape also said he planned to target California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Hurley testified. DePape told Hurley that he was on a “suicide mission” and would do whatever it took to stop Congress’ “corruption and lies.” Hurley said, in addition to Newsom and Hunter Biden, DePape also had two more targets: Actor Tom Hanks Feminist author Gale Breen https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Washington Post announces layoffs in early 2023 The Washington Post will be making layoffs early in the coming year, said CEO Fred Ryan on Wednesday morning. According to several staffers, Ryan announced at a company town hall that there will be layoffs at the paper early next year, reported Max Tani of Semafor. https://rumble.com/v20nj6a-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023.html - Play Video As seen on video footage captured by a member of the town hall audience, the crowd became upset at their boss's announcement. "What are you going to do to protect people's jobs? Are they going to be treated like the magazine staffers were?" one employee can be heard asking as Ryan began to make his exit while other personnel also attempted to get answers. Last month, the Post ended their Sunday print magazine and laid off its employees, according to the Washingtonian. The news of the downsizing comes as the Post faces backlash for the characterization of journalists Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi as "conservative." Taibbi, who previously worked for Rolling Stone, and Weiss, who was an editor at The New York Times, have both shared many left-leaning views in the past, however, they both are now under fire from the left for their documentation of the "Twitter Files," the internal documents shared by Twitter owner Elon Musk showing the tech giant taking massive steps to suppress and censor conservatives and politically-inconvenient news, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story. In a now-edited article, The Post labeled the two as "conservative journalists" for reporting on the “Twitter Files,” reports the Daily Caller. https://thepostmillennial.com/pedophile-who-performed-sex-act-to-12-year-old-girl-online-spared-prison?utm_campaign=64487 Pedophile spared prison after judge says web chat with 12-year-old girl ‘motivated by boredom’ A British man who engaged in a number of graphic online chats with a girl he believed to be 12 years old has been spared jail time, the Daily Mail reported. The judge presiding over the case argued that the man was "motivated by boredom rather than sexual interest in children" and that his "shame and remorse seem genuine." Andrew Teale, 43, began his chat innocently enough, but the conversation quickly turned sexual, with the married father eventually performing an act over Skype. I won’t read exactly what was said, as it is quite graphic in nature… but I’ll just say it was giving me Chris Hanson with to catch a predator vibes. Unbeknownst to Teale, he was saying all of these things to an undercover police officer, which ultimately resulted in his arrest in January. He admitted to attempting to engage in sexual activity in the presence of a child and attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child. The judge gave him a 12-month suspended jail sentence, meaning that he doesn't have to physically go to prison so long as certain requirements are met, including 150 hours of community service. During the sentencing, his previous good character, job loss, as well as the overall impact on his family life were also noted, although these comments were criticized as being an "insult to injury" by a former head of the national online police child protection unit. Formerly the Head of Innovation at British investment firm AJ Bell, Teale resigned from his position in July without informing the company of the criminal charges he was facing. Teale's lawyer says that he put a stop to his behavior and sought help. Dime Payments Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to https://dimepayments.com/flf. Now finally, it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/12/13/mississippi-state-football-coach-mike-leach-dies-at-61/ Mississippi State football Coach Mike Leach Dies at 61 Mike Leach, the gruff, pioneering and unfiltered college football coach who helped revolutionize the passing game with the Air Raid offense, has died following complications from a heart condition, Mississippi State said Tuesday. He was 61. Leach, who was in his third season as head coach at Mississippi State, fell ill Sunday at his home in Starkville, Mississippi. He was treated at a local hospital before being airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) away. “Mike was a giving and attentive husband, father and grandfather. He was able to participate in organ donation at UMMC as a final act of charity,” the family said in a statement issued by Mississippi State. “We are supported and uplifted by the outpouring of love and prayers from family, friends, Mississippi State University, the hospital staff, and football fans around the world. Thank you for sharing in the joy of our beloved husband and father’s life.” Leach fought through a bout with pneumonia late in this season, coughing uncontrollably at times during news conferences, but seemed to be improving, according to those who worked with him. News of him falling gravely ill swept through college football the past few days and left many who knew him stunned, hoping and praying for Leach’s recovery under grim circumstances. His impact on college football over the last two decades runs deep and will continue for years to come. Leach was known for his pass-happy offenses, wide-ranging interests — he wrote a book about Native American leader Geronimo, had a passion for pirates, a taught a class about insurgent warfare — and rambling, off-the-cuff news conferences. Leach’s teams were consistent winners at programs where success did not come easy. In 21 seasons as a head coach at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State, Leach went 158-107. And his quarterbacks put up massive passing statistics, running a relatively simple offense called the Air Raid that he did not invent but certainly mastered. An interview with Leach was as likely to veer off into politics, wedding planning or hypothetical mascot fights as it was to stick to football. He considered Donald Trump a friend before the billionaire businessman ran for president and then campaigned for him in 2016. He traveled all over the world and his curiosity knew no bounds. He most appreciated those who stepped outside of their expertise. As much as Leach enjoyed digging into topics other than football, he was excellent at the Xs and Os. Six of the 20 best passing seasons in major college football history were by quarterbacks who played for Leach, including four of the top six. Calling plays from a folded piece of paper smaller than an index card, Leach turned passers such as B.J. Symons (448.7 yards per game), Graham Harrell (438.8), Connor Halliday (430.3) and Anthony Gordon (429.2) into record-setters and Heisman Trophy contenders. I covered this one due to Mike Leach’s time at WSU, where he spent 8 successful seasons at the helm of my father’s alma mater. We shared great memories watching his cougars together. Rest in peace Leach, rest in peace.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:39


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022. Before we get to the news today… You guys know Christmas is a coming right? Maybe you should get someone you love a Fight Laugh Feast Club Membership! Club Membership Plug: Its Christmas, join our club. During December, the first 75 people to upgrade or join our Gold or Platinum club membership will get our 32OZ Kodiak Christmas water bottle and a free subscription to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… We don’t have the big money of woke media, and so our club members are crucial in this fight. So, join the movement, join our army, and you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/14/fed-rate-decision-december-2022.html Fed raises interest rates half a point to highest level in 15 years The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate to the highest level in 15 years, indicating the fight against inflation is not over despite some promising signs lately. Keeping with expectations, the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee voted to boost the overnight borrowing rate half a percentage point, taking it to a targeted range between 4.25% and 4.5%. The increase broke a string of four straight three-quarter point hikes, the most aggressive policy moves since the early 1980s. Along with the increase came an indication that officials expect to keep rates higher through next year, with no reductions until 2024. The expected “terminal rate,” or point where officials expect to end the rate hikes, was put at 5.1%, according to the FOMC’s “dot plot” of individual members’ expectations. Investors initially reacted negatively to the expectation that rates may stay higher for longer, and stocks gave up earlier gains. During a news conference, Chairman Jerome Powell said it was important to keep up the fight against inflation so that the expectation of higher prices does not become entrenched. “Inflation data received so far for October and November show a welcome reduction in the monthly pace of price increases,” the chair said at his post-meeting news conference. “But it will take substantially more evidence to have confidence that inflation is on a sustained downward” path. The new level marks the highest the fed funds rate has been since December 2007, just ahead of the global financial crisis and as the Fed was loosening policy aggressively to combat what would turn into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. This time around, the Fed is raising rates into what is expected to be a moribund economy in 2023. Members penciled in increases for the funds rate until it hits a median level of 5.1% next year, equivalent to a target range of 5%-5.25. At that point, officials are likely to pause to allow the impact of monetary policy tightening to make its way through the economy. The consensus then pointed to a full percentage point worth of rate cuts in 2024, taking the funds rate to 4.1% by the end of that year. That is followed by another percentage point of cuts in 2025 to a rate of 3.1%, before the benchmark settles into a longer-run neutral level of 2.5%. However, there was a fairly wide dispersion in the outlook for future years, indicating that members are uncertain about what is ahead for an economy dealing with the worst inflation it has seen since the early 1980s. The newest dot plot featured multiple members seeing rates heading considerably higher than the median point for 2023 and 2024. For 2023, seven of the 19 committee members – voters and nonvoters included – saw rates rising above 5.25%. Similarly, there were seven members who saw rates higher than the median 4.1% in 2024. The FOMC policy statement, approved unanimously, was virtually unchanged from November’s meeting. Some observers had expected the Fed to alter language that it sees “ongoing increases” ahead to something less committal, but that phrase remained in the statement. Fed officials believe raising rates helps take money out the economy, reducing demand and ultimately pulling prices lower after inflation spiked to its highest level in more than 40 years. After spending much of 2021 dismissing the price increases as “transitory,” the Fed started raising interest rates in March of this year, first tentatively and then more aggressively, with the previous four increases in 0.75 percentage point increments. Prior to this year, the Fed had not raised rates more than a quarter point at a time in 22 years. The Fed also has been engaged in “quantitative tightening,” a process in which it is allowing proceeds from maturing bonds to roll off its balance sheet each month rather than reinvesting them. A capped total of $95 billion is being allowed to run off each month, resulting in a $332 billion decline in the balance sheet since early June. The balance sheet now stands at $8.63 trillion. https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/david-depape-in-court-today-live-updates/ David DePape case to move forward to trial, judge rules David DePape’s case will move forward to trial and the alleged Paul Pelosi attacker will be tried on all charges, a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday. DePape, who appeared in court wearing an orange jumpsuit Wednesday, was arrested on Oct. 28 after allegedly attacking Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer inside their Pacific Heights home. Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy just ruled that the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has enough evidence against David DePape to move the case forward to trial on all charges. DePape’s defense attorney never disputed that his client was in fact the person who broke into the Pelosi’s home and beat Paul Pelosi with a hammer. DePape made a full confession to police during interrogations and video of the interrogation was played in court. The most serious charge is premeditated attempted murder. Defense attorney Adam Lipson tried to argue that the attack was not premeditated, nor attempted murder. The defense pointed to DePape’s statements to Mr. Pelosi and police, in which he said he was targeting Nancy Pelosi, not Paul Pelosi, and intended to break Nancy’s kneecaps – not kill her. However, Judge Murphy disagreed with the defense. San Francisco Police Department Lt. Carla Hurley said when she interrogated David DePape, he revealed that he had other political targets. DePape said he planned to kidnap Hunter Biden, who lives in Malibu, California, so he could talk to Hunter about “all the corruption” in Washington, Hurley testified. DePape said he planned to travel to Los Angeles to confront Biden at home. (As the son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden is protected by Secret Service agents at his Malibu mansion.) DePape also said he planned to target California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Hurley testified. DePape told Hurley that he was on a “suicide mission” and would do whatever it took to stop Congress’ “corruption and lies.” Hurley said, in addition to Newsom and Hunter Biden, DePape also had two more targets: Actor Tom Hanks Feminist author Gale Breen https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Washington Post announces layoffs in early 2023 The Washington Post will be making layoffs early in the coming year, said CEO Fred Ryan on Wednesday morning. According to several staffers, Ryan announced at a company town hall that there will be layoffs at the paper early next year, reported Max Tani of Semafor. https://rumble.com/v20nj6a-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023.html - Play Video As seen on video footage captured by a member of the town hall audience, the crowd became upset at their boss's announcement. "What are you going to do to protect people's jobs? Are they going to be treated like the magazine staffers were?" one employee can be heard asking as Ryan began to make his exit while other personnel also attempted to get answers. Last month, the Post ended their Sunday print magazine and laid off its employees, according to the Washingtonian. The news of the downsizing comes as the Post faces backlash for the characterization of journalists Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi as "conservative." Taibbi, who previously worked for Rolling Stone, and Weiss, who was an editor at The New York Times, have both shared many left-leaning views in the past, however, they both are now under fire from the left for their documentation of the "Twitter Files," the internal documents shared by Twitter owner Elon Musk showing the tech giant taking massive steps to suppress and censor conservatives and politically-inconvenient news, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story. In a now-edited article, The Post labeled the two as "conservative journalists" for reporting on the “Twitter Files,” reports the Daily Caller. https://thepostmillennial.com/pedophile-who-performed-sex-act-to-12-year-old-girl-online-spared-prison?utm_campaign=64487 Pedophile spared prison after judge says web chat with 12-year-old girl ‘motivated by boredom’ A British man who engaged in a number of graphic online chats with a girl he believed to be 12 years old has been spared jail time, the Daily Mail reported. The judge presiding over the case argued that the man was "motivated by boredom rather than sexual interest in children" and that his "shame and remorse seem genuine." Andrew Teale, 43, began his chat innocently enough, but the conversation quickly turned sexual, with the married father eventually performing an act over Skype. I won’t read exactly what was said, as it is quite graphic in nature… but I’ll just say it was giving me Chris Hanson with to catch a predator vibes. Unbeknownst to Teale, he was saying all of these things to an undercover police officer, which ultimately resulted in his arrest in January. He admitted to attempting to engage in sexual activity in the presence of a child and attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child. The judge gave him a 12-month suspended jail sentence, meaning that he doesn't have to physically go to prison so long as certain requirements are met, including 150 hours of community service. During the sentencing, his previous good character, job loss, as well as the overall impact on his family life were also noted, although these comments were criticized as being an "insult to injury" by a former head of the national online police child protection unit. Formerly the Head of Innovation at British investment firm AJ Bell, Teale resigned from his position in July without informing the company of the criminal charges he was facing. Teale's lawyer says that he put a stop to his behavior and sought help. Dime Payments Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to https://dimepayments.com/flf. Now finally, it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/12/13/mississippi-state-football-coach-mike-leach-dies-at-61/ Mississippi State football Coach Mike Leach Dies at 61 Mike Leach, the gruff, pioneering and unfiltered college football coach who helped revolutionize the passing game with the Air Raid offense, has died following complications from a heart condition, Mississippi State said Tuesday. He was 61. Leach, who was in his third season as head coach at Mississippi State, fell ill Sunday at his home in Starkville, Mississippi. He was treated at a local hospital before being airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) away. “Mike was a giving and attentive husband, father and grandfather. He was able to participate in organ donation at UMMC as a final act of charity,” the family said in a statement issued by Mississippi State. “We are supported and uplifted by the outpouring of love and prayers from family, friends, Mississippi State University, the hospital staff, and football fans around the world. Thank you for sharing in the joy of our beloved husband and father’s life.” Leach fought through a bout with pneumonia late in this season, coughing uncontrollably at times during news conferences, but seemed to be improving, according to those who worked with him. News of him falling gravely ill swept through college football the past few days and left many who knew him stunned, hoping and praying for Leach’s recovery under grim circumstances. His impact on college football over the last two decades runs deep and will continue for years to come. Leach was known for his pass-happy offenses, wide-ranging interests — he wrote a book about Native American leader Geronimo, had a passion for pirates, a taught a class about insurgent warfare — and rambling, off-the-cuff news conferences. Leach’s teams were consistent winners at programs where success did not come easy. In 21 seasons as a head coach at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State, Leach went 158-107. And his quarterbacks put up massive passing statistics, running a relatively simple offense called the Air Raid that he did not invent but certainly mastered. An interview with Leach was as likely to veer off into politics, wedding planning or hypothetical mascot fights as it was to stick to football. He considered Donald Trump a friend before the billionaire businessman ran for president and then campaigned for him in 2016. He traveled all over the world and his curiosity knew no bounds. He most appreciated those who stepped outside of their expertise. As much as Leach enjoyed digging into topics other than football, he was excellent at the Xs and Os. Six of the 20 best passing seasons in major college football history were by quarterbacks who played for Leach, including four of the top six. Calling plays from a folded piece of paper smaller than an index card, Leach turned passers such as B.J. Symons (448.7 yards per game), Graham Harrell (438.8), Connor Halliday (430.3) and Anthony Gordon (429.2) into record-setters and Heisman Trophy contenders. I covered this one due to Mike Leach’s time at WSU, where he spent 8 successful seasons at the helm of my father’s alma mater. We shared great memories watching his cougars together. Rest in peace Leach, rest in peace.

Locked On Virginia - Daily Podcast On Virginia Cavaliers College Football & Basketball
Virginia fans may have hard feelings about the team after one year.

Locked On Virginia - Daily Podcast On Virginia Cavaliers College Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 31:25


Welcome to Locked On Virginia! The first place to come to get your Wahoo fix everyday. Virginia fans may have hard feelings about the team after one year. Father of the Air Raid offense Mike Leach Passes away at 61. I discuss how his influence is still affecting the program. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Omaha Steaks Omaha Steaks is a gift from the heart – a gift that will be remembered with every unforgettable bite. Order with complete confidence today knowing you're ordering the very best. Visit OmahaSteaks.com use promo code LOCKEDON at checkout to get that EXTRA $30 OFF your order. NHTSA Drive sober or get pulled over. Click HERE to learn more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Trash Pandas Podcast Network
"Toots" - The Bullpen - 12-14-22

Trash Pandas Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 60:11


THIS EPISODE Today Ricky and Tony Mac discuss Ricky's return to the gym for the first time in 3 years, Tony Mac says his baby's cute, Ricky's says many cute babies have become ugly adults, Tony Mac holds back the offense he felt from that statement and transitions into the controvercy involving the Hall of Fame and late Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach, how you can gain an official Air Raid certification, Alabama's basketball game against Memphis, and Tony Mac blesses us all with a buried gem of the Southern Tennessee arcade-based family fun restaurant scene, Toots. Watch the show streaming live on the Trash Pandas YouTube page at 2pm CST every Mon, Wed, Fri. https://www.youtube.com/c/RocketCityTrashPandas ABOUT THE HOST Ricky Fernandez is the on-field host of Trash Pandas games at Toyota Field and the club's Promotions Manager. Antonio "Tony Mac" MacBeath is the PA announcer and one of the club's Account Executives.  Their multi-faceted personalities can be seen across Trash Pandas digital channels and quickly developed into face of Baseball's Most Meteoric Franchise. "The Bullpen" will stream live every Mon, Wed, and Fri at 2pm CST on the Trash Pandas' YouTube page. "The Bullpen" will talk about everything Trash Pandas, the world of sports, and whats going on in everyday life.  With a quick wit, and flare for the funny, Ricky and Tony Mac bring their energy to the Trash Pandas Podcast Network. TRASH PANDAS PODCAST NETWORK Join the personalities of the Rocket City Trash Pandas as they tell the stories from Baseball's most meteoric franchise. Play-by-Play Broadcaster Josh Caray presents conversations with prospects and personnel from the organization. In-Stadium Emcee Ricky Fernandez and PA announcer Antonio MacBeath chat about the latest news in the world of sports.

The Coach Steve Show
#426 Rest in peace Coach Leach

The Coach Steve Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 22:15


Coach Leach was the most interesting college football coach there ever was. He marched to the beat of his own drum. You never knew what he was going to say next. The world lost a great person and coach. Rest In Peach Coach Leach. #swingyoursword #thepirate #airraidPlease like, subscribe, review, and share out! https://linktr.ee/thecoachsteveshowCheck out belly up sports podcast network! https://bellyupsports.com/Head to www.guardiansports.com/guardian-caps and use the code: “15OFF” – good for 15% off Guardian Caps to help the impact for football playersGet back to the basics with Coach Stone: https://www.coachstonefootball.com/Get the best sunglasses in the game today! Use for any activity! Go to https://www.yeetzofficial.com/ use the code CSS for 10% offLooking for the cleanest nutrition drink? Looking for the cleanest drink to give you energy without the crash? Head to https://www.swiftlifestyles.com/ and use the code: coachsteveshow to get 15% off!

I AM Athlete Podcast
IAA Tonight | Brandon Bet How Much On the Eagles Winning the Super Bowl?!

I AM Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 43:25


We give our condolences to Mike Leach, longtime college football coach, who passed away at 61-years-old. Leach was known for the revolution of the Air Raid offense, but more importantly, for being a great human being. Mississippi St. women's basketball coach Sam Purcell joins the show to talk about the legend that Mike Leach was. Also, Brandon is in love with the Philadelphia Eagles and bet an insane amount of money on them winning the Super Bowl.

Locked On SEC Football
Remembering Coach Mike Leach, Theo DeRosa on Covering Him, Crissy Froyd on Mentoring Her, Leach Clips

Locked On SEC Football

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 38:37


Today's show is entirely dedicated to the legendary coach Mike Leach who passed away this week at the age of 61. We'll talk with Theo DeRosa of The Dispatch as he covered him the past few years at Mississippi State. We'll also chat with SI's Crissy Froyd who considered him a mentor as she studied the Air Raid offense and spoke with Coach Leach often. Lastly, we'll play some of our favorite interview clips of Coach Leach from throughout the years, as he offers his thoughts on pregame food, Taco Bell and marriage advice. Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisGordy and @LockedOnSEC! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Omaha Steaks Omaha Steaks is a gift from the heart – a gift that will be remembered with every unforgettable bite. Order with complete confidence today knowing you're ordering the very best. Visit OmahaSteaks.com use promo code LOCKEDON at checkout to get that EXTRA $30 OFF your order. NHTSA Drive sober or get pulled over. Click HERE to learn more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Menace 2 Sports with Zach Smith
Reflecting on Mike Leach's Impact on College Football After His Death

Menace 2 Sports with Zach Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 64:17


Mississippi State Head Coach Mike Leach has passed away. We will pay tribute to the national treasure he was as well as reflect on the resounding impact his time on earth has had, not only on the thousands of College Football players he has mentored, but how he was a part of the Air Raid movement that truly changed College Football forever. Lincoln Riley and the USC Trojans, Josh Heupel and the Tennessee Vols, and dozens of programs have evolved because of his contributions. Rest in Peace Coach Leach. You will be surely be missed but we thank you for letting us get to know you.   Get 90% off RexMD and only pay $2 per dosage with our exclusive link RexMD.com/MENACE #rexmdpod   The BEST Athletic wear you will find anywhere: https://mikeydapparel.com/   FREE DEPOSIT MATCH WITH MyBookie: https://mybookie.website/Menace2Sports   VIP Subscribers: http://www.patreon.com/menace2sports - Custom RSS Feed (Straight to your phone – No iTunes or Spotify) - Exclusive Content, Shows and Videos - Exclusive Call-In Ability for Live Shows - Starting at $5 a month!   HAIR BY ALEX - BOOK NOW: https://booksy.com/en-us/556162_hair-by-alex-armaly-luxstyle-studio-suites_barber-shop_134589_columbus   For the FULL Landscape of College Football, tune in: http://www.menace2sports.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/menace2sports-with-zach-smith/id1464558838   Follow our show on social media: . Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@menace2sports Twitter: https://twitter.com/Menace2Sports Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menace2sports/   Undisputed Best Sports Handicapping Tool in the WORLD: http://www.patreon.com/menace2picks

Number One Ranked Show with RJ Young
Mississippi State coach and ‘Pioneer' Mike Leach dies at 61 | Number One College Football Show

Number One Ranked Show with RJ Young

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 17:30


FOX Sports' RJ Young shares his thoughts on the unfortunate passing of Mississippi State coach Mike Leach. Leach died Monday night after complications related to a heart condition. He was 61. RJ reflects on Leach's coaching career and unique personality, and describes how important Leach was to the modern era of college football by introducing the “Air Raid” offense. Further, RJ shares some great stories that exemplify Mike Leach's personality and why so many people were so fond of him. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
Remembering Mike Leach, a brilliant football mind and unique personality

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 24:57


Bobby, Mike, and Kristian discussed the career and life of former college football coach Mike Leach. Mike and Bobby talked about his influential "Air Raid" offensive attack. Tim Brando, a Fox Sports commentator, joined the show to remember coach Leach. Brando told stories about his experiences with Leach. Brando also complimented Leach's brilliant football mind and authentic personality. 

The Jump Around
2PM: Air Raid! + Jim Polzin Joins to talk Badgers

The Jump Around

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022


Jim Rutledge and Matt Hamilton debate Strouf's birthday dilemma. The air raid is coming to Wisconsin! Wisconsin State Journal's Jim Polzin joins the show to talk Badgers.

The Connor Happer Show
December 8 – Segment 7 – Will Wisconsin Run the Air Raid?!

The Connor Happer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 16:24


Connor wonders what's happening in the Big Ten West, things are changing and he doesn't like it.

The Man Cave Podcast
A Big Change

The Man Cave Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 57:53


The Rundown -  DK Show Instant Replay Badgers offense going to Air Raid? Inside the Training Room with Dr. Crow WI DNR Warden Jake Bolks See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kenney & Heilprin
Emergency Podcast: Wisconsin Hires OC Phil Longo...The Air Raid Badgers?

Kenney & Heilprin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 34:44


Ben and Zach are live with an instant reaction show talking about Wisconsin hiring North Carolina OC Phil Longo. They discuss his offense, how it can work, what it means for the future, some reservations about what could happen and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bob Sirott
Ukraine-Russia War update: Some air raid alarms not working in Ukraine due to power outages

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022


'There are no plans in war...everything is tentative,' says Ukraine-based journalist.

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: Our Apple Cup Pregame show!

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 39:19


The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - dealt with some technical difficulties, a power outage, and ghosts in the machine to put together an Apple Cup pregame show. It sounded at times like it was put together 114 years ago in the middle of the Palouse instead of today, but the guys got their points across and they beg your forgiveness. To start, they talk a little bit about WSU Head Coach Jake Dickert and how a defensive coach is a bit of a change from Mike Leach and the Air Raid attack where it was all passing all the time. Then they go into Washington State's offense, talk some about their quarterback - Cameron Ward - as well as the skill players around Ward that will try and exploit Washington's defense. Talk then turned to Washington's offense and what they're going to try to do to score against Washington State's defense. A couple of the guys think that WSU's defense is a little overrated, despite leading the Pac-12 in scoring defense. The guys also talk about what they expect the Cougars to do to put some pressure on Michael Penix Jr., and how the Huskies will counter those moves, as well as if WSU will try and take certain receivers away, like Colorado did with Rome Odunze. Would that fundamentally change things, or is that just a matter of picking your poison against a deep and talented UW receiving corps? After a break, the guys move to some talk of the Washington running backs room and how important they will be in terms of setting the tone offensively for UW and how they need to be effective and productive when the Cougars try and sit back to lull Penix into a false sense of security. And could there be more backs involved tonight than just Wayne Taulapapa and Cameron Davis? Scott provides a quick recruiting update, and Kim and Chris offer up their two cents' worth on UW Hoops after their 4-point win over Saint Mary's on Thanksgiving night to win the Paycom Wooden Legacy Championship, as well as their final thoughts on what they expect to see tonight on the Palouse. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Glory UGA
Game Preview: Georgia @ Mississippi State

Glory UGA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 54:02


With Tennessee now in the rear view, the Dawgs head to Starkville to take on Mississippi State in a classic trap game. We open our preview with an overview of the Air Raid offense before diving into the specifics of this particular Mississippi State team. We dive into the personnel, numbers, matchups, and more as we get you ready for the battle of the Bulldogs! Create a new account on MyBookie today and use the promo code UGA to DOUBLE your first deposit! Bet anything, anytime, anywhere with MyBookie! Make sure to visit Alumni Hall for all of your UGA gear and accessory needs! Fall apparel is hitting the shelves now and you can earn credit towards future purchases with their Hall Pass Rewards program! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
11-8-22 Hour 2: Freeze Factor, Air Raid is Grounded, Mike Detillier

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 50:55


Bo and Blake talk Texas A&M vs Auburn and the Bulldogs offense in the second hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys start off talking about Texas A&M taking on Auburn and the stakes of this game despite featuring two bad teams. The guys talk about the Mississippi State offensive struggles and if the Bulldogs offense is regressing. Bo and Blake talk a little NFL football as Jeff Saturday is named the interim head coach for the Indianapolis Colts. The guys discuss why Mike Leach seems to have abandoned the run. LSU Insider Mike Detillier joins the show live on the Yuengling Lager guest line to talk LSU football. Mike starts off talking about the production of the young players on the Tigers team. Mike discusses how he believes LSU will handle their success headed into a matchup with Arkansas. Mike talks about LSU tight end Mason Taylor and how impressive he was against Alabama. Mike talks about the health of this team and how it has improved under Brian Kelly as well as Kelly's decision to g for the win instead of forcing a second overtime. Mike discusses Georgia's dominant win over Tennessee. Mike shares his thoughts on Jimbo Fisher and if Texas A&M will move away from him after this extremely disappointing season for the Aggies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pardon My Take
TCU HC Sonny Dykes, NFL Week 9 Picks And Preview + Dan Snyder is Done!

Pardon My Take

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 125:43 Very Popular


The boys recorded early because of travel and Max is going through it after Wednesday's no hitter (00:02:30-00:11:42). Predicting Game 5 and PFT is officially free from Dan Snyder (00:11:42-00:19:46). Week 9 picks and preview for every game including the weirdest Panthers stat yet (00:19:46-01:04:08). Fantasy Fuccbois (01:04:08-01:13:47). TCU Head Coach Sonny Dykes joins the show to talk about his team, his coaching careeer, Air Raid offense and more (01:13:47-01:48:02). We finish with Fyre Fest (01:48:02-02:05:28)You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake

Useless Information Podcast
The Great Los Angeles Air Raid - UI Podcast #181

Useless Information Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 35:50


The long-forgotten story of a major battle that took place over Los Angeles just a few months after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. It was but a brief blip in the global conflict, yet the US used all its might in an attempt to shoot down the enemy planes that were detected overhead. The sky was set ablaze with exploding shells as searchlights focused their beams and tracked the enemy aircraft high above. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Thunder & Lightning
10-6-22: Arkansas Should Dread Facing Mississippi State's Offense

Thunder & Lightning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 42:23 Very Popular


Mississippi State's offense centers around the pass, and hardly any defense in the country is worse in the air than the Arkansas Razorbacks. Can their beleaguered secondary do anything to slow down Will Rogers and the Air Raid? Brian Hadad and Robbie Faulk discuss what appears to be on paper a mismatch in the Bulldogs' favor.