Have you ever bought a Rhino?In case you're wondering - we're referring to a Yamaha Rhino, not a live one. One that, in the fall of 2006, the Karmie brothers hadn't yet purchased... But they soon would after a large project.In this week's episode, Dale and Brian are sharing about a time when ForeverLawn was tasked with their largest project in Albuquerque at that point. This project included 27,000 square feet of turf for a school. The brothers and their crew ran into some twists and turns along the way, so this episode is packed with some fun stories. Ultimately, the project was a success and is still considered one of the most impactful projects in ForeverLawn history.Dale and Brian share some laughs as they recount some of the memories from this project, but that doesn't take away from the impactful lessons they learned along the way and share with us today. The further you go, the further you see. And the further you see, the further you can go.Episode Highlights: The purchase of a Rhino UTV.The restoration of Big Blue.A school wanted 27,000 sq ft of turf.This was the largest job, at this point, in Albuquerque.The ‘Friends of Montaño' Program.Uncovering some challenges during the installation.Are you willing to step out of your comfort zone?Links Mentioned in Episode/Find More on ForeverLawn:www.foreverlawn.comImpact Without Limits Instagram: @impact_withoutlimitsForeverLawn's Instagram: @foreverlawnincDale's Instagram: @dalekarmieBrian's Instagram: @bkarmieGet Grass Without Limits HereVisit our show notes page HERESubscribe to Our Newsletter HEREThis show has been produced by Adkins Media Co.
One man was shot and taken to a hospital during a protest around the re-introduction of a statue depicting controversial Spanish conquistador Juan de Onate in Espanola, New Mexico, on Thursday. The alleged shooter, Ryan Martinez, was taken into custody a short time after. The victim is Jacob Johns, a Native American man from Spokane, Washington. Onate and statues depicting him have been a controversial topic for several years now. There was a shooting at a similar protest in Albuquerque a few years ago, which calls into question why government officials in Espanola wanted to re-introduce the statue this week. Resources: https://www.abqjournal.com/news/man-shot-during-juan-de-o-ate-statue-rally-in-espa-ola/article_946dcd3c-5e2d-11ee-9363-97e4e793df8a.html#tncms-source=home-featured-7-blockhttps://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/sheriffs-official-ids-suspected-shooter-in-violence-at-planned-site-of-o-ate-statue/article_631b4766-5d63-11ee-a392-db0eabb068dc.htmlSupport the show
We had the privilege of meeting Jon Clark on a picturesque Wednesday in Albuquerque, where he resides against the backdrop of a golf course. Interestingly, Jon's roots trace back to a small New Mexico town that famously changed its name through a game show contest, leading to its transformation into Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. His father managed a restaurant, and the family eventually moved to Albuquerque, where his father delved into the world of technology by opening a small computer store that sold a revolutionary new product called Apple computers.Jon's journey continued as he graduated in 2008 with a degree in industrial engineering. He had an older sister who raised three kids, and though his family initially adhered to the Catholic faith, it gradually faded away from their lives.At the age of 17, Jon experienced a skiing accident that left him with a spinal injury. Over time, the injury escalated, bringing along excruciating pain. Despite the agony, he persisted through life – education, work, even moving to Seattle. Eventually, however, the pain became overwhelming, and he found himself back at his parents' home on Christmas morning, unable to bear the burden alone.The unwavering support of his parents was a cornerstone for Jon during these tough times. They sold their home to secure a more accessible ranch-style house where Jon could navigate more easily. It was during this period that his father introduced him to a book titled "Pain-Free Posture Handbook," a gesture that initially triggered Jon's skepticism about a pain-free life.In a serendipitous turn of events, Jon's life intersected with psilocybin. While searching for a used CPAP machine on Facebook Marketplace, a man shared his own problems with Jon and sent him home with some mushrooms to try. Intrigued and unfamiliar, Jon sampled a small dose and felt a reduction in his bodily spasms.Encouraged by this, he embarked on a more substantial psilocybin experience, aided by his newfound understanding of the book on posture therapy. He visualized the human structure and incorporated exercises from the book, ultimately creating a healing sequence tailored to his needs.Now a certified posture therapy instructor, Jon has defied the odds. He's emerged from his wheelchair, discarded his crutches, and embraced an active lifestyle that includes golfing and frisbee golf. His remarkable journey showcases the power of visualization and determination. Join us in The Jar as Jon shares this inspiring chapter of his life. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
On this week's interview Paul talks to Pete Dinelli. Dinelli has a long track record of public service. He's an unapologetic progressive Democrat and blogs at: https://www.petedinelli.com/ Paul and Pete discuss homeless policy in Albuquerque and some of the issues surrounding it. They also discuss a lot of data surrounding homelessness and the numerous factors that make homeless policy so difficult to implement successfully.
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Brandon Marshall and Ashley Nicole Moss go over J. Cole's solution to the New York Jets QB problem, then we discuss Tyreek Hill's Interesting Post-NFL Career Plans and lastly, Chandler Jones Calls Out The Las Vegas Raiders!
José Manuel Garcia doutorou-se em História pela Universidade do Porto. Pertence à Academia Portuguesa da História e à Academia de Marinha, sendo presentemente investigador no Gabinete de Estudos Olisiponenses da Câmara Municipal de Lisboa. Investiga sobretudo sobre temas de História de Portugal e dos Descobrimentos, tendo publicado livros sobre o infante D. Henrique, Cristóvão Colombo, D. João II, D. Manuel, Vasco da Gama, Pedro Álvares Cabral, Afonso de Albuquerque — e ainda o livro Fernão de Magalhães - a história do primeiro homem a abraçar o mundo, que foi o pretexto para este episódio. Foi também Único português a participar no melhor documentário sobre o tema, «A Odisseia de Fernão de Magalhães» (cujo título roubei para este episódio), uma grande produção da televisão francesa difundida em vários países. -> Apoie este podcast e faça parte da comunidade de mecenas do 45 Graus em: 45grauspodcast.com -> Registe-se aqui para ser avisado(a) de futuras edições dos workshops. _______________ Índice (com timestamps): (1:49) Início da INTRODUÇÃO ao episódio (8:02) INÍCIO do episódio. Quem era Fernão de Magalhães? (15:07) De onde veio a ideia da viagem? | Francisco Serrão | Rui Faleiro | Paolo Toscanelli | João de Lisboa (32:13) Havia mesmo um anti-lusitanismo na oposição dos nobres espanhóis a Magalhães? | Juan de Cartagena, Bispo Juan Rodríguez de Fonseca (47:49) A passagem do estreito de Magalhães. | O mapa que Magalhães usou. | António Pigafetta (1:02:38) Porque eram tão importantes as especiarias? (1:07:10) Foi uma proeza ter conseguido passar o estreito à 1ª tentativa? (1:10:43) A 2ª fase da viagem: como foi o processo de decisão de avançar e atravessar o Oceano Pacífico? (1:12:52) Como era a personalidade de Magalhães? (1:22:44) Chegada às Filipinas e a estranha morte de Magalhães (1:32:28) A 3ª e última fase da viagem. | O pós-morte de Magalhães. A traição. A separação da armada em duas. | A chegada de Elcano Livro recomendado: Damião Peres - A História dos Descobrimentos _______________ Como sabem, o 45 Graus é para mim, em grande medida, um pretexto para aprender mais sobre temas que me interessam. E há um tema da nossa História — e, mais importante, da História Mundial — que já há muito tinha vontade de explorar melhor: a viagem de circunavegação de Fernão de Magalhães. Todos nós aprendemos os factos básicos na escola: que Magalhães foi a primeira pessoa a dar a volta ao Mundo, e assim ficar a conhecer a verdadeira extensão da Terra, e, de caminho, a perceber que o Mundo é muito mais água do que terra. Mas quando começamos a escavar o tema, percebemos que há nesta história muito mais do que esses factos. Para além de dar a volta ao Mundo, a armada liderada por Magalhães conseguiu a proeza de passar à primeira o estreito que contorna o sul da América (hoje ‘Estreito de Magalhães'), um estreito desconhecido, labiríntico e cheio de correntes traiçoeiras. É argumentável dizer que foi um feito maior do que a ida à Lua. Basta pensar que o equivalente do lado norte do continente americano, a chamada Passagem do Noroeste, no Canadá, só foi atravessada no início do século XX! Além disso, aqueles marinheiros foram também os primeiros europeus a atravessar o oceano Pacífico, um oceano desconhecido até então. Por isso, é fácil de adivinhar que a ideia de Magalhães que deu origem à viagem -- chegar às ilhas Molucas, hoje na Indonésia, pelo Ocidente -- foi vista por muitos, à época como inusitada e lunática. Só isto já tem os ingredientes de uma grande história. Mas há também os contornos políticos em torno da viagem. O facto de Magalhães ter ido propor o projecto aos reis de Castela causou escândalo e foi visto por muitos em Portugal como traição. Ao mesmo tempo, muitos em Espanha viam-no como um agente duplo, na verdade ao serviço da coroa portuguesa. E depois há os detalhes da viagem em si, recheada de grandes façanhas, mas também de obstáculos, privações, violência, motins, traições e mesmo aspectos bizarros -- tudo condimentado pela personalidade ‘larger than life' de Magalhães, um homem visionário e determinado, mas também autoritário e com tiques de loucura, disposto a tudo para conseguir o objectivo. Tudo isto está, portanto, mesmo a pedir ser transformado num filme — ou numa série de televisão, como fez a Amazon que lançou no ano passado a série Sem Limites, com Rodrigo Santoro no papel de Magalhães (com um sotaque português irrepreensível!). Mas, mais do que isso, tudo isto está mesmo a pedir… um episódio do 45 Graus. Foi por isso que decidi convidar uma das pessoas que mais sabem sobre a viagem de Fernão de Magalhães. Durante a nossa conversa, percorremos vários aspectos da viagem, desde o contexto às várias etapas, e fui perguntando ao convidado várias dúvidas que me surgiram ao ler o seu livro e ver o documentário. Espero que gostem. ______________ Obrigado aos mecenas do podcast: Francisco Hermenegildo, Ricardo Evangelista, Henrique Pais João Baltazar, Salvador Cunha, Abilio Silva, Tiago Leite, Carlos Martins, Galaró family, Corto Lemos, Miguel Marques, Nuno Costa, Nuno e Ana, João Ribeiro, Helder Miranda, Pedro Lima Ferreira, Cesar Carpinteiro, Luis Fernambuco, Fernando Nunes, Manuel Canelas, Tiago Gonçalves, Carlos Pires, João Domingues, Hélio Bragança da Silva, Sandra Ferreira , Paulo Encarnação , BFDC, António Mexia Santos, Luís Guido, Bruno Heleno Tomás Costa, João Saro, Daniel Correia, Rita Mateus, António Padilha, Tiago Queiroz, Carmen Camacho, João Nelas, Francisco Fonseca, Rafael Santos, Andreia Esteves, Ana Teresa Mota, ARUNE BHURALAL, Mário Lourenço, RB, Maria Pimentel, Luis, Geoffrey Marcelino, Alberto Alcalde, António Rocha Pinto, Ruben de Bragança, João Vieira dos Santos, David Teixeira Alves, Armindo Martins , Carlos Nobre, Bernardo Vidal Pimentel, António Oliveira, Paulo Barros, Nuno Brites, Lígia Violas, Tiago Sequeira, Zé da Radio, João Morais, André Gamito, Diogo Costa, Pedro Ribeiro, Bernardo Cortez Vasco Sá Pinto, David , Tiago Pires, Mafalda Pratas, Joana Margarida Alves Martins, Luis Marques, João Raimundo, Francisco Arantes, Mariana Barosa, Nuno Gonçalves, Pedro Rebelo, Miguel Palhas, Ricardo Duarte, Duarte , Tomás Félix, Vasco Lima, Francisco Vasconcelos, Telmo , José Oliveira Pratas, Jose Pedroso, João Diogo Silva, Joao Diogo, José Proença, João Crispim, João Pinho , Afonso Martins, Robertt Valente, João Barbosa, Renato Mendes, Maria Francisca Couto, Antonio Albuquerque, Ana Sousa Amorim, Francisco Santos, Lara Luís, Manuel Martins, Macaco Quitado, Paulo Ferreira, Diogo Rombo, Francisco Manuel Reis, Bruno Lamas, Daniel Almeida, Patrícia Esquível , Diogo Silva, Luis Gomes, Cesar Correia, Cristiano Tavares, Pedro Gaspar, Gil Batista Marinho, Maria Oliveira, João Pereira, Rui Vilao, João Ferreira, Wedge, José Losa, Hélder Moreira, André Abrantes, Henrique Vieira, João Farinha, Manuel Botelho da Silva, João Diamantino, Ana Rita Laureano, Pedro L, Nuno Malvar, Joel, Rui Antunes7, Tomás Saraiva, Cloé Leal de Magalhães, Joao Barbosa, paulo matos, Fábio Monteiro, Tiago Stock, Beatriz Bagulho, Pedro Bravo, Antonio Loureiro, Hugo Ramos, Inês Inocêncio, Telmo Gomes, Sérgio Nunes, Tiago Pedroso, Teresa Pimentel, Rita Noronha, miguel farracho, José Fangueiro, Zé, Margarida Correia-Neves, Bruno Pinto Vitorino, João Lopes, Joana Pereirinha, Gonçalo Baptista, Dario Rodrigues, tati lima, Pedro On The Road, Catarina Fonseca, JC Pacheco, Sofia Ferreira, Inês Ribeiro, Miguel Jacinto, Tiago Agostinho, Margarida Costa Almeida, Helena Pinheiro, Rui Martins, Fábio Videira Santos, Tomás Lucena, João Freitas, Ricardo Sousa, RJ, Francisco Seabra Guimarães, Carlos Branco, David Palhota, Carlos Castro, Alexandre Alves, Cláudia Gomes Batista, Ana Leal, Ricardo Trindade, Luís Machado, Andrzej Stuart-Thompson, Diego Goulart, Filipa Portela, Paulo Rafael, Paloma Nunes, Marta Mendonca, Teresa Painho, Duarte Cameirão, Rodrigo Silva, José Alberto Gomes, Joao Gama, Cristina Loureiro, Tiago Gama, Tiago Rodrigues, Miguel Duarte, Ana Cantanhede, Artur Castro Freire, Rui Passos Rocha, Pedro Costa Antunes, Sofia Almeida, Ricardo Andrade Guimarães, Daniel Pais, Miguel Bastos, Luís Santos _______________ Esta conversa foi editada por: Hugo Oliveira _______________ Bio: José Manuel Garcia doutorou-se em História pela Universidade do Porto. De entre as suas atividades destacam-se as que manteve na Comissão Nacional para as Comemorações dos Descobrimentos Portugueses e na Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, além de ter colaborado com universidades portuguesas e estrangeiras. Pertence à Academia Portuguesa da História e à Academia de Marinha, sendo presentemente investigador no Gabinete de Estudos Olisiponenses da Câmara Municipal de Lisboa. Participou na organização de numerosas exposições e congressos; na edição de catálogos e atas; proferiu inúmeras conferências; publicou abundante bibliografia sobre temas de História de Portugal e dos Descobrimentos, em que se contam nomeadamente livros sobre o infante D. Henrique, Cristóvão Colombo, D. João II, D. Manuel, Vasco da Gama, Pedro Álvares Cabral, Fernão de Magalhães, Afonso de Albuquerque, Fernão Mendes Pinto, o Tratado de Tordesilhas, cartografia, fortalezas no Oriente, forais manuelinos e Lisboa.
Pepita Redhair, a 27-year-old Navajo woman, goes missing after her mother drops her off at her boyfriend's house in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The family takes matters into their own hands to find her, enlisting the help of a medicine man. This Week's Sponsors: BetterHelp - This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/ithinknot today to get 10% off your first month and get on your way to being your best self. Apostrophe - Go to apostrophe.com/think and use code think to get your first visit for only $5 Microdose - To learn more about microdosing THC go to microdose.com and use code ITN to get free shipping & 30% off your first order Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/think to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code think at checkout to save five dollars off your order! Hello Fresh - Go to hellofresh.com/50think and use code 50think for 50% off plus 15% off the next 2 months!
We have the pleasure of meeting our next guest, Carlos Contreras, in his captivating and innovative shared artist space, a unique initiative he's spearheading called the "Artist Factory." This concept represents the first of its kind in Albuquerque—a gathering place for various artists and service providers to collaborate under one roof, creating a dynamic and supportive creative community.During our conversation, Carlos passionately discusses the idea of nested businesses and the potential of bringing together artists and creators to contribute to their local community. His vision shines through as he envisions a space where these talents can flourish with the right support and investment.Born and raised in Albuquerque, Carlos grew up in a traditional Catholic family, shaped by the influence of his marine father and the challenges posed by his mother's mental health issues. Despite the tough love atmosphere at home, Carlos found solace and expression in the arts. His journey began as a slam poet performer, a culture he embraced and excelled in, which helped him carve out his identity.As life unfolded, Carlos transitioned into marriage and fatherhood, only to find himself divorced and returning home to Albuquerque. Here, he embarked on a new artistic path, exploring painting on large canvases. A defining moment emerged when his young daughter expressed interest in painting on his artwork. Carlos's decision to embrace her creativity inspired him to venture into abstract art, fundamentally altering his creative trajectory.Join us as we delve into Carlos's story, discovering the evolution of his artistic expression, his resilience, and the unique community-building endeavor he's embarked upon with the Artist Factory. The Jar provides a platform for him to share his experiences, insights, and aspirations with us all. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
In 1979, a developmentally disabled 21-year-old man was beaten to death at Kern Medical Center by staff. This is his story. Hopefully, something like this can't happen today. Purchase Notorious Bakersfield merchandise here:https://www.etsy.com/shop/NotoriousBakersfieldEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgAre you a Breaking Bad Fan? Going to Albuquerque, NM? Take the BREAKING BAD AUDIO DRIVING TOUR! Purchase here:https://notoriousaudio.com/ Purchase Notorious Bakersfield merchandise here:https://www.etsy.com/shop/NotoriousBakersfield
Numa votação renhida até ao fecho das urnas, o desfecho inesperado: todos concordaram em fazer o Guia da Noite da Má Língua, porque Portugal não é só Oeiras. Existem muitos restaurantes onde se pode comer um bom bacalhau, inclusive na Madeira onde, ao que parece, o que está a dar é galo (para o PS).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
É Coach, Formadora Certificada, e Facilitadora em Projetos Europeus no âmbito da aprendizagem não formal (Learning by Doing).Gosta de desafiar as pessoas a entrar dentro de si e refletir, permitirem-se a ter momentos de pausa, de alinhamento com a sua essência e potencial, com o que é realmente importante para cada um de nós.Diz que é uma aventureira por natureza, gosta de desafios, viajar, correr junto ao mar, de abraçar novas oportunidades, de se lançar no desconhecido em busca de novas experiências.Espero que goste de andar de Caravana que eu neste passeio estou concentrada para lhe roubar tudo o que sabe sobre o que é preciso para sermos felizes.Comigo, Elisabete Reis.Podem seguir a Elisabete Reis: https://www.instagram.com/elisabetereis_coach/Produção e Agenciamento: Draft Media https://www.draftmediaagency.comMerchandising N'A Caravana: https://loja.ritaferroalvim.com/Obrigada a todos meus patronos por me permitirem fazer o que gosto e beneficiarem e acreditarem nos meus projetos. Um agradecimento especial aos patronos Premium: Rossana Oliveira, Mónica Albuquerque, Raquel Garcia, Sofia Salgueiro, Sofia Custódio, Patrícia Francisco, Priscilla, Maria Granel, Margarida Marques, Ana Moura, Rita Teixeira, Ana Reboredo, Rita Cabral, Tânia Nunes, Rita Nobre Luz, Leila Mateus, Bernardo Alvim, Joana Gordalina Figueiredo, Mónica Albuquerque, Rita Pais, Silvia, Raquel Garcia, Mariana Neves, Madalena Beirão, Rita Dantas, Ana Rita Barreiros, Maria Castel-Branco, Filipa Côrte-Real, Margarida Miguel Gomes, Rita Mendes, Rita Fijan Fung, Luísa Serpa Pimentel, Rita P, Mónica Canhoto, Daniela Teixeira, Maria Gaia, Sara Fraga, Cláudia Fonseca, Olga Sakellarides, Rafaela Matos, Ana Ramos, Isabel Duarte, Joana Sotelino, Ana Telles da Silva, Carolina Tomé, Patrícia Dias, Raquel Pirraca, Luisa Almeida, Filipa Roldão, Inês Cancela, Carina Oliveira, Maria Correia de Sá.
Pastors Stephen and Danny take some time to debrief and reflect on three meetings with church planters, a pastor, and an IMB church planting couple over the last couple of days in Vienna.
SONG 1: Almost Blew My Face Off (composed and sung by jvm)POEM 1: “If Only” by Jack Cooper. First published in Spectrum 2. Anthology edited by Don Kingfisher Campbell, 2016Author of Across My Silence, 2007, World Audience, Inc. PROSE READING: “Near Misses,” a story by Lynn C. Miller. Her latest book is the collection The Lost Archive (April, 2023, U of Wisconsin Press). https://uwpress.wisc.edu/books/6155.htm www.lynncmiller.comBREAK MUSIC: "Waking up in a Baobab" by jvmPOEM 2: “Outside the Frame” by Susan Aizenberg from her new collection, A Walk With Frank O'Hara and Other Poems, in press from the University of New Mexico Press. susanaizenberg.wordpress.comSONG 2: "Horseshoes, Hand Grenades & Love" (composed and sung by jvm)Episode artwork by Lynda Miller Show theme and Incidental music by John V. Modaff, BMI Recorded in Albuquerque, NM and Morehead, KY. Produced at The Creek Studio, Morehead.NEXT UP: Episode 31 MONSTERS
NFL legend Deion Sanders has turned the University of Colorado Boulder's football team, which went 1-11 last season, into the talk of college football with a hot 3-0 start. Coach Prime changed the culture with controversial methods -- like unloading players into the transfer portal and turning the swag factor to 11 -- but the results seem to speak for themselves. Also: A federal judge has struck down New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's ban on firearms in public places in Albuquerque -- a measure she put in place after two children were killed in separate shootings in less than a month in the state's biggest city. Support the show
Do Christians really know the Bible as well as we should? If we're being honest, reading an ancient set of documents from a culture we don't understand can be quite intimidating. With that being the case, how exactly should Christians go about getting familiar with the Bible without feeling overwhelmed and discouraged? With only 19% of church goers consistently reading the Bible on a daily basis, it's no wonder why so many Christians struggle with biblical literacy. Desiring to counteract these low numbers, Pastor Skip Heitzig of Calvary Church in Albuquerque, NM was moved to write, 'The Bible from 30,000 Feet: Soaring Through the Scriptures in One Year from Genesis to Revelation'. In this week's podcast episode, Frank and Skip discuss why the book has been so successful and how it's giving Christians the confidence to read the entire Bible in a short timeframe--365 days! They answer questions like: What is the difference between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant? Why are there so many symbols and metaphors in the Bible? Why did Jesus quote from the book of Deuteronomy so often? If Christians aren't subject to the Old Testament law, can we live how ever we want? What are some practical ways that Christians can incorporate the Bible into a daily routine? No matter how often you read the Scriptures, there's always more to learn, so don't feel intimidated! If you see Bible study as a daunting task, allow Skip to walk with you through all 66 books within the next year. Knowing God and making Him known means spending sufficient time with His Word, and that's exactly what this book will help you to accomplish. To view the entire VIDEO PODCAST be sure to join our CrossExamined private community. It's the perfect place to jump into some great discussions with like-minded Christians while simultaneously providing financial support for our ministry. You can also SUPPORT THE PODCAST HERE. Skip's website: https://calvarynm.church/connectwithskip/ Skip's book: http://www.biblefrom30kbook.com/
On this episode: Aaron is back with updates. Nate and Aaron answer questions from Albuquerque. Aaron introduces his new jingle. Our Guest: Jason Mathew: founder of Lead Me Not accountability software. Jason shares his story of porn, fantasy, and dating apps and his need for digital-wellness. The app tracks trends, sends alerts, syncs with calendars, promotes reflection, and introspection. It focuses on high levels of security for the user and partners while helping to maintain boundaries on Androids and ChromeBooks. Links: email@example.com Lead Me Not Sponsor: Life Works Counseling Annual Retreat: 2023 Samson Annual Retreat If you have thoughts or questions that you'd like the guys to address in upcoming episodes or suggestions for future guests, please drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. The music on this podcast is contributed by members of the Samson Society and www.fiftysounds.com. For more information on this ministry, please visit samsonsociety.com. Support for the women who have been impacted by our choices is available at sarahsociety.com. The Pirate Monk Podcast is provided by Samson Society, a ministry of Samson House, a 501(c)3 nonprofit. To help support the vision, please consider a contribution to Samson House.
Katherine Hauser was beginning her new life following separating from her husband. She had a new home in Albuquerque and was excelling in her career. It all came to a screeching halt when she was found murdered. Friends, family, and investigators immediately thought it was her estranged husband, but would they be able to uncover enough evidence to support that theory? This week's Court TV Podcast dives deeper into this case with an audio edition of our original series Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall, which examines crimes committed by those closest to the victim. This episode is entitled “Murderous Match.”To stream more Court TV orginals, click here.
To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: http://newlifecity.org/donate Presence, prayer, transformation, evangelism: These are the core values and vision of New Life City, led by Pastor Paul Martini and based in Albuquerque, NM. — Stay Connected! Website: http://newlifecity.org New Life City Facebook: https://bit.ly/2kPYzsu New Life City Instagram: https://bit.ly/2kRmmIn
In this bonus clip, Marian Naranjo (Kha Po Owingeh), founder and director of Honor Our Pueblo Existence (HOPE), speaks about the impact and legacy of the nuclear industry and Los Alamos National Laboratory on the Tewa people. The clip is from the 2021 video RadioActive: Nuclear Boom with Petuuch Gilbert and Marian Naranjo, courtesy of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Unity Without Compromise with Dr. Steven LaTulippe – Exploring the essence of our constitutional rights and freedoms, I delve into the recent actions taken by New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham in Albuquerque. Drawing from the wisdom of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, I emphasize the duty of the American people to resist government overreach and tyranny. As we stand at a crucial juncture in...
There are thousands of homeless students enrolled in the state's largest school district. Some are awaiting foster care placement, others are living in motels, shelters, or vehicles. APS' McKinney Vento Program aims to identify those students, assist their families, and ultimately, help those students succeed. Chris & Gabby host Program Director, Cristal Wilson, who shares the challenges & successes of their ambitious efforts. How does the program work? Who keeps track of students who may be constantly having to move? How can you help? If you know of a student in need of assistance, here's a referral link. KRQE Cares partners with APS Title 1 schools to help provide shoes, food, and books for kids, with help from the community. We appreciate our listeners! Send your feedback or story ideas to hosts email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We're also on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram at @ChrisMcKeeTV and @gburkNM. For more on this episode and all of our prior episodes, visit our podcast website: KRQE.com/podcasts.
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On this week's conversation Paul and Wally discuss the latest on MLG's gun order and where we see things going from here. On a related note Kohl's in Coronado Mall has abruptly closed. Employees interviewed by KOB TV cited theft as a leading issue. Biden's own Energy Secretary experienced some issues firsthand and NPR was there to report on them. Also, a bill was passed in the US House that would stop states from banning gas vehicles. Only a few Democrats voted for it including Gabe Vasquez. RGF has also joined the Save our Cars coalition. Poverty has risen quickly between 2021 and 2022. An energy conference organized by Democrats in downtown Albuquerque and with speakers including Sen. Heinrich drew protesters opposed to carbon sequestration and nuclear. Do supposed environmentalists even WANT a solution? Another universal basic income program rolled out in LasCruces. A prior program was privately funded, this one is funded with federal tax dollars. Neither really fit the "basic income" model. Launches are happening at Spaceport America, but the ABQJournal is questioning the viability of Virgin Galactic and legislators are questioning the Facility's financial impact.
President Biden is sidestepping Congress with an ATF "universal" background check rule. And New Mexico Gov. Michelle Grisham declared an emergency and banned concealed and open carry in Albuquerque while admitting criminals would not stop carrying guns. Sean Maloney, firearms attorney and co-founder of Second Call Defense, discusses the legal fallout of these constitutional infringements.
"We were able to successfully train a system that could predict reasonably the outcomes that you might expect to feel from an arbitrary profile. And today we utilize that to do recommendation in store." - Joshua MallettEver wondered about the DNA testing or the power of terpenes in shaping your experience? In this episode, Joshua Mallet of BudBoard takes us behind the scenes of Albuquerque's trailblazing cannabis menu service. Understand their AI-driven recommendation system to personalize your cannabis experience. From New Mexico's cannabis market and how they had to navigate around marketing regulations while still being able to talk about the effects to understanding terpenes, this episode is packed with insights. Discover how mood plays a role in picking the right strain and how DNA tests, raw data from C O A's, and terpenes have an impact on the effect of products.Tune in to hear more about what it takes to produce tailored cannabis![00:00 - 07:38] Trailblazing the Path to Professionalizing Cannabis[07:38 - 15:10] How BudBoard Evolved to Accommodate New Consumers and Effects-Based Marketing[15:11 - 22:13] Navigating the Regulatory Landscape[22:14 - 29:29] The Power of Machine Learning to Create Custom Cannabis Products Based on User Data and DNA Tests[29:29 - 37:24] Discovering Trends in Sleep, Anxiety, and Pain Relief[37:25 - 44:35] A Model for Consistent Cannabis Experiences Across State Lines[44:35 - 52:32] The Science Behind Cannabis Derived Terpenes and Botanical Terpenes: Are They the Same Thing?[52:32 - 58:54] Distillate vs. Extract & Budboard's Personalized VisionConnect with Joshua!LinkedinOr go to https://www.budboard.co/As the Chief Innovation Officer and a co-founder of BudBoard, Joshua Mallett is an integral part of a passionate quartet leading a revolutionary change in the cannabis industry. Following a sports injury in high school that led him to explore the therapeutic benefits of cannabis, Mallett grew fascinated with understanding the complex interplay between cannabis compounds and their varied effects. His obsession, combined with over a decade of entrepreneurial and technical problem-solving experience, drove him to co-develop an innovative data collection and machine learning platform at budboard. This tool draws correlations between the chemical makeup of cannabis products, their effects, and market appeal. Today, budboard is recognized for its distinctive expertise in the industry.
Gallivanting Over To Albuquerque Well what a show this turned out to be. First there was an announcement and some special messages right at the start that you should check out. Ron spent some time messing with some scammers with some great results and then we handled a few complainers including a lady that changed her mind about her new furniture, a man who was allergic to pork, we met a VERY angry lady called Gina who we will be calling again, another man is way to heavy for his exercise bike, one man is very unhappy with his wife's car tyres and does not like our awesome solution, Ron tries to retain another cable customer and one lady is very angry and confused about her new washer. And lots more too. I want to say a very special thank you to each and every person who supported us today and for the amazing messages that were left for us at the start of the show. It really does mean the world to everyone here. Thank you to all the people that listened live on YouTube and everyone checking out our podcast. I love you very much and keep it locked to macronshow.com where Ron will be doing more supporter's shows at BuyMeACoffee!
This episode, we interview student Natasha Waldorf—she's a senior majoring in physics and applied computer science at Whittier College, a small liberal arts college near Los Angeles. Due to the challenges of COVID lockdowns during her late high school and early college years, Natasha found online education made applying to internships and gaining research experience difficult; but Natasha made the best of her circumstances by working at a county park nature center in southeastern Pennsylvania learning about hiking trail maintenance and reptile husbandry. Though this may not seem relevant at first to Physics or computer science, the experience helped her to discover a love for the outdoors while developing her work ethic. Since then, she has gone on to intern at the Air Force Research Laboratory's Small Satellite Portfolio in Albuquerque, NM as well as Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control in Orlando, FL where she created tools for modeling sensor coverage and performance. Natasha reminds us that pursuing interests that may not always be specific “resume builders” can actually help set you apart in unexpected ways --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shawna-christenson2/support
In This Episode Join Erin, Weer'd, David, and Oddball as they dive into the news of the week in an ACP Round Table: Liberty Safe supplying access codes to the FBI, and what you can do if you own one; the Governor of New Mexico suspending the Second Amendment in Albuquerque, and the people who have turned against her may surprise you; a New Mexico gun shop stealing a patron's firearm; the FBI, as it turns out, has been massively under-reporting the number of spree killers stopped by armed private citizens; and SIG Sauer's statement that holsters made to accommodate mounted flashlights might be why P320 pistols are discharging while holstered. Did you know that we have a Patreon? Join now for the low, low cost of $4/month (that's $1/podcast) and you'll get to listen to our podcast on Friday instead of Mondays, as well as patron-only content like mag dump episodes, our hilarious blooper reels and film tracks. Show Notes Liberty Safe was Contacted by the FBI Liberty Safe will remove your factory Access Code Runkle Of The Bailey: Liberty Safe Has Secret Backdoors -- And They Gave It To the FBI Opie In The Smokies: Liberty Safe giving federal agencies access to your safe? What you can do about it DeviantOllam: Liberty Safe Backdoor Breakdown SecureIt CEO addresses Liberty Safe and secret access codes Liberty Safe Donates to Anti-Gun Politicians U.S. New Mexico governor issues emergency order to suspend open, concealed carry of guns in Albuquerque Sheriff in New Mexico's most populous county rejects governor's gun ban, calling it unconstitutional "I don't need a lecture on constitutionality from Sheriff Allen: what I need is action..." New Mexico Republicans believe Democrats will back impeachment of left-wing governor over 'rogue' gun order Elon Musk agrees Lujan Grisham should be ‘removed from office Protest held in Old Town against governor's public health order David Hogg and Ted Lieu Agree Lieu on Gun Violence Richard Spencer Supports Grisham New Mexico Gun Shop Seizes Polymer80 Pistol For Not Having A Serial Number Massive errors in FBI's Active Shooting Reports from 2014-2022 regarding cases where civilians stop attacks Cases where armed citizens have stopped active shooter incidents SIG Sauer pointing finger at light bearing holsters
When New Mexico's Governor banned firearm carry in Albuquerque last week in a sweeping executive action, she admitted that crime would not be affected by it, she bragged that the constitution forbade it, and she complained that law enforcement wouldn't uphold it. So why do it?Stay connected to us here: trex-arms.com/newsletter/
Welcome to Gun Funny, Episode 314. Today I'm going to chat with Brian From Columbia War Machine, discuss the blatantly unconstitutional revocation of carry rights by the governor of New Mexico, highlight the new NARP from Beretta, and talk about an outrageous theft of a P80 by a gun shop in Albuquerque. I'm your host, Ava Flanell.
We continue on our bee friendly gardening kick with a trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico to hear how one naturalist transformed his front yard into biodiversity hotspot. Using tools like iNaturalist, he has documented over 90 bee species and 1,200 other insects on less than a quarter acre of land.
This week on the Mark Levin Show, the Biden administration worked out a deal with Iran for the release of five Iranian citizens, plus the release of 6 Billion dollars in exchange for 5 Americans detained in Iran. This Biden administration also applauded a Saudi Arabia deal on global infrastructure deal on the anniversary of 9/11. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham doesn't have the power to suspend any part of the Constitution. She can't suspend open and concealed carry across Albuquerque under an emergency health order. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced that he is initiating an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. Joe Biden knew, as a matter of fact, that Hunter Biden was representing officially or even unofficially numerous foreign businesses, which is more than enough to be required to register under FARA. Joe Biden assisted his son in violating FARA, which does not require a payment of any kind and is not a specific intent crime -- a co-conspirator. The list of Biden impeachment issues is far more compelling than any information that was brought against Donald Trump. The left-wing media, Democrats, along with some Republicans, keep saying there's no evidence to conduct a Joe Biden impeachment inquiry. Three presidents have been impeached. None were convicted by the Senate. Hunter Biden has been indicted by a Grand Jury in Delaware on three Federal gun-related charges. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After Dark with Hosts Rob & Andrew – New Mexico's Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, a radical Democrat, takes the drastic step of suspending the 2nd Amendment rights of her citizens. She justifies this as a 30-day measure to curb crime in Albuquerque, a city with one of the highest crime rates in America. Even members of her own party and the liberal media are calling these actions unconstitutional. Yet, she persists, signaling a...
Lydia and Tim are currently on their respective tours, with Tim currently in France alongside Vomitatrix, while Lydia is touring the Southwest with Kevin Shea. This week's episode features a live recording of a spoken word show that took place in Albuquerque last week. The show kicks off with an opening performance by Jessica Helen Lopez, a nationally recognized and award-winning slam poet who proudly holds the title of 2012 and 2014 Women of the World City of Albuquerque Champion. Following Jessica, the show continues with captivating poems and performances by Julia Storch, Maria Aaron Jones, Katie Farman, Rhiannon Frazier, Diane Delgado, and several more talented poets. A complete list of names will be provided soon, as some names were challenging to discern from the audio recording.
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Sign up today, at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.reuters.com/world/us/new-mexico-mayor-calls-legislative-debate-after-gun-ban-2023-09-13/ US judge freezes New Mexico governor's gun ban A federal judge in New Mexico on Wednesday issued a temporary restraining order against the state governor's ban on carrying guns in Albuquerque and its surrounding county, a move which threw the state into the center of the U.S. gun-rights debate. U.S. District Court Judge David Urias said Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's 30-day suspension of concealed and open firearm carry rights went against a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June that people had a right to carry a gun outside their homes for self defense. “They just want the right to carry their guns,” Urias said of the several plaintiffs who requested restraining orders against Lujan Grisham's Sept. 8 emergency public health order. The Democratic governor issued the suspension on firearm carry laws to offer a "cooling-off period" in which authorities could address solutions to the state's high rates of gun crime after several children were fatally shot. Lujan Grisham's order outraged gun-rights advocates and drew backlash from fellow Democrats and law enforcement officials, also Democrats, who called it unconstitutional. Gun control campaigners called the move "courageous" and the Catholic Archbishop of Santa Fe feared more value was being given to gun rights than the life of an 11-year-old boy shot dead last week in an apparent Albuquerque road rage incident. Albuquerque's mayor and Bernalillo County's sheriff, both Democrats, have urged Lujan Grisham to call a special state legislative session on gun crime after the gun ban. Mayor Tim Keller said that, in order to fight gun crime, he needed legislation to fix a broken criminal justice system, regulate assault weapons and provide addiction and mental health services, among other measures. "Albuquerque families can't afford political debates that distract us from fighting violent crime," Keller wrote in a letter to the governor. Gun violence kills around 500 people a year in New Mexico, which ranks sixth among U.S. states for gun deaths per capita, according to gun violence prevention group Everytown for Gun Safety. Albuquerque is among the 10 most dangerous U.S. cities, based on FBI violent crime data. Lujan Grisham favors a ban on so-called semi-automatic assault weapons, among other gun control measures, and her office on Wednesday welcomed Keller's call for a special legislative session. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/police-biden-energy-secretary-uses-car-reserve-ev Police called after Biden's energy secretary uses nonelectric car to reserve EV charger A Georgia family called the police on Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm after an electric vehicle charging station was blocked by a gas-powered car, which had been parked by a staff member of the Department of Energy. The event occurred during a four-day road trip that Granholm was taking to demonstrate the effectiveness of electric vehicles. During the trip, the group's caravan was going to charge up at a suburb of Augusta, Georgia, but due to a lack of charging stations needed for all of their vehicles, a staff member with the group parked a nonelectric vehicle by one of the chargers to reserve a spot. Shortly after, a family with a baby was planning to charge their vehicle but could not due to the nonelectric vehicle blocking the charger, leading to them calling the police. However, it is not illegal for nonelectric vehicles to park at EV charging stations in Georgia, meaning the police could not do anything about the situation. The Energy Department staff were eventually able to work things out after they sent other vehicles to slower chargers to allow the family to charge their vehicle. "It's just par for the course," said John Ryan, a driver of an electric BMW who was also waiting to charge his vehicle. "They'll get it together at some point." Granholm's road trip comes as the Biden administration pushes for electric vehicles in the auto industry, with the Energy Department announcing last month that it would be allocating $2 billion in grants and $10 billion in loans to support automakers and part suppliers. This allocation would be for automakers to retrofit their existing facilities and expand the production of electric vehicles and their components. In August, Ford CEO Jim Farley said he received a "reality check" when he tried to charge his electric vehicle during a road trip he took himself. When charging his vehicle, he said his car was only charged to 40% during the 40 minutes he charged it, according to a video he posted to X, formerly known as Twitter. https://twitter.com/i/status/1690858328606355456 - Play Video President Donald Trump, who is running for president again in 2024, has criticized the Biden administration's stance against gas-powered cars and appliances, saying voters want to have a "choice for buying cars and washing machines." He has encouraged auto industry workers to ask their leaders to vote for him in the next presidential election, stating he will "immediately" end the electric vehicle "madness." https://justthenews.com/nation/economy/income-dropped-poverty-soared-under-biden-census-bureau Income dropped, poverty soared under Biden: Census Bureau Despite the Biden administration's efforts to tout the alleged successes of "Bidenomics," a report from the United States Census Bureau has revealed that many Americans saw their economic situation deteriorate dramatically in the first half of Biden's term. While the official poverty rate hovered around 11.5% in both 2021 and 2022, according to the report, the Supplemental Poverty Measure (SPM) increased 4.6% in 2022 to reach 12.4%, marking the first overall increase in that metric since 2010. In total, 37.9 million Americans lived in poverty in 2022. The report partially attributed the increase to the expiration of tax credits and pandemic stimulus payments. Income, meanwhile, dropped across an array of metrics. Real median household income declined by 2.3% from $76,330 to $74,580, while real median earnings of all workers dropped 2.2%. The drop was less severe among full-time, year-round workers, who saw a 1.3% decline. Inflation soared 7.8% from 2021 to 2022, marking the largest single-year increase in cost of living since 1981. The Census Bureau statement follows some other bad economic news for the president. The unemployment rate in August rose from 3.5% to 3.8% while inflation ticked up to 3.2%, marking the first increase after a consistent, year-long decline. Biden has repeatedly insisted that economic conditions are improving in the United States and has consistently attributed the nominal upswing to his policies. Americans, however, appear skeptical of that assertion, with 37.8% approving of his handling of the economy in the RealClearPolitics polling average, compared to 58.9% who disapprove. https://www.foxnews.com/media/chicago-mayor-faces-pushback-local-leaders-plan-house-migrants-tents-help-your-people-first Chicago mayor faces pushback from local leaders for plan to house migrants in tents: ‘Help your people first' Democrat Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson is facing opposition from local leaders after he asked that "all 50 city council members" find space in their wards to help house "more than 200 migrants" in tents, according to a new report. But some aldermen are pushing back on Johnson’s plans. "I've looked in my ward. I just don't have any available space. I have one of the most dense wards in the city," Alderman Brian Hopkins said, according to ABC7 Chicago. Alderman David Moore of the 17th Ward called on Chicago to help its own community first. "I'm a believer in help your people first, help yourselves first, help your community first. Then reach out and help others," Moore said. But some aldermen have also voiced support for Johnson’s plan to house migrants. Johnson has announced that he wants to relocate the city’s nearly 1,600 asylum-seeking migrants, currently living in police stations, to winterized camps with big tents before cold weather hits. Each of the massive tents will be able to hold up to 1,000 migrants, the mayor said, and under his plan the camps will provide meals as well as recreational and educational programming. Currently, 16 shelters in the city house 13,500 migrants, and more arrive every day. The Chicago Sun-Times reported the cost to shelter the 13,500 migrants costs the city about $30 million per month. Johnson and his administration are working with the state of Illinois and Cook County to establish more shelters to take some of the pressure off Chicago, the mayor said. "These families are coming to the city of Chicago," Johnson said. "If we do not create an infrastructure where we’re able to support and, quite frankly, contain these individuals who have experienced a great deal of harm, individuals who are desperate … that type of desperation will lead to chaos." Johnson's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Bidenomics is a disaster, Republicans have to hammer Dems on it. Georgia judge orders two separate trials for defendants in Trump case. Clay and Buck talk to Victor in Albuquerque, New Mexico, who is struggling to survive in the Biden economy. Pelosi says she didn't set impeachment precedent. C&B take calls on impeachment.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Robert sits down with Lucas Herndon, a New Mexico-based activist, to talk about his governor's new unconstitutional gun carry ban and why murder in Albuquerque is up 50%See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Fifth Circuit appeals court says federal officials, including in the White House, coerced social-media companies to take down more posts. Is this going to the Supreme Court? Plus, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham uses an emergency order to ban firearm carry in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County, but local police won't enforce it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TOP NEWS | On today's Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Our colleague Fred Lucas is reporting that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy authorized the House of Representatives to move forward on an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden based on what Republicans have characterized as “Biden family influence peddling.” https://www.dailysignal.com/2023/09/12/mccarthy-endorsed-biden-impeachment-inquiry/ New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, a Democrat, is in hot water after issuing an order to suspend both open and concealed carry in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County for 30 days. Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has introduced a bill today called Capping Credit Card Interest Rates Act that aims to to “cap credit card interest rates at common sense levels, bringing relief to working people across America,” according to the senator's office. House Oversight and Accountability committee chairman James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky, wrote in a letter to State Department Secretary Antony Blinken today Relevant LinksListen to other podcasts from The Daily Signal: https://www.dailysignal.com/podcasts/Get daily conservative news you can trust from our Morning Bell newsletter: DailySignal.com/morningbellsubscription Listen to more Heritage podcasts: https://www.heritage.org/podcastsSign up for The Agenda newsletter — the lowdown on top issues conservatives need to know about each week: https://www.heritage.org/agenda Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On Monday's Mark Levin Show, we honor those who died on September 11, 2001 – the greatest attack on American soil. Where was President Biden today? Alaska. His polit bureau put him in there because he humiliates this country every time he opens his mouth. What else does the Biden administration do on this solemn day? They worked out a deal with Iran for the release of five Iranian citizens, plus the release of 6 Billion dollars in exchange for 5 Americans detained in Iran. This Biden administration also applauded a Saudi Arabia deal on global infrastructure deal on the anniversary of 9/11. Later, a Governor like Michelle Lujan Grisham doesn't have the power to suspend any part of the Constitution. She can't suspend open and concealed carry across Albuquerque under an emergency health order. She does have the power to put criminals behind bars but she won't do that. Also, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm decided to drive across states in an electric vehicle. Her staff parked a gas-powered car in a charging spot and because EV charging spots are limited a family called the cops. There's nowhere for people to charge their cars yet the Biden administration wants these cars to be the standard. Finally, Judge Tanya Chutkan should be nowhere near a courthouse, much less a Donald Trump case. Today, Trump's lawyers called for Chutkan to recuse herself in this case. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices