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What happens to the top data scientist at Reuters when he crunches the numbers and points out that BLM is built on lies? He gets fed into the machinery of “diversity and inclusion” for some struggle sessions, and is then summarily fired. The Left doesn't care if something is a fact, all they care about is whether it supports the narrative in a way that enhances their power. Bari Weiss has a great substack on this issue, with a guest writer Zac Kriegman who tells the harrowing tale of the HR department ejecting him because he spoke the truth about BLM. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Douglas Murray is a British writer and commentator, primarily for The Spectator, and his latest book is The War on the West. It’s a powerful narrative of the past couple of decades, in which a small minority waged ideological war on the underpinnings of Western civilization: reason, toleration, free speech, color-blind racial politics. You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app,” which will connect you to the Dishcast feed. For two clips of our conversation — on the seductive power of ressentiment and the case for gratitude, and on many Americans’ ignorance of history outside the US — head over to our YouTube page.My convo with Murray complements the one I had with Roosevelt Montás, the great defender of the humanities at Columbia University and beyond — his episode is now available as a full transcript.As far as last week’s episode with Bari Weiss, an addendum: she used our conversation for her own podcast, “Honestly,” and her version includes at least a half hour of conversation you won’t find in the Dishcast version — namely on the early marriage movement and my role in it. Here’s a snippet from that section:This listener liked the episode:You and Bari addressed the (increasingly popular) argument that if the illiberal left has taken the gloves off, then its opponents should do the same. I thought your response was commendable, and it reminded me of something Hitch said during a debate on free speech many years ago. He referred to the scene from A Man for All Seasons in which Sir Thomas More argues with Roper over whether a man should be arrested for breaking God’s law. It’s a marvellous exchange that I have often reflected upon in recent years:Roper: So now you'd give the Devil benefit of law!More: Yes. What would you do? Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil?Roper: I'd cut down every law in England to do that!More: Oh? And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned 'round on you, where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat? This country's planted thick with laws from coast to coast — man's laws, not God's — and if you cut them down — and you're just the man to do it — do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then? Yes, I'd give the Devil benefit of law for my own safety's sake.Someone at Reason — Peter Suderman, I think — observed last year that politics is becoming outcomes-based rather than process-based, which expresses much the same point, I think. All of which is a long-winded way of saying that I’m glad you and Bari are willing to stand up for liberalism when so many of your peers have come to view it with disdain.I love that section from A Man For All Seasons. It’s why I chose Thomas More as my confirmation saint. But it’s difficult to know the best way to stand up for liberalism when it comes to gender ideology in schools, as Bari and I discuss in this clip:Another fan of the Bari episode gets more personal:I am the mother of a trans-identifying child — now 23 years old. (I can’t give my name for fear of alienating her.) You captured the rollercoaster of emotions many parents going through this feel — the fear that she has adopted this ideology as a coping mechanism to deal with underlying mental health issues and that she will do irreparable harm to her body. And that we are politically homeless. I can’t vote for anyone who would support Trump. But Biden and his team have it wrong when they quote the lie of “better a trans son than dead daughter.” I agree with DeSantis on many aspects of the so-called “don’t say gay” bill. I don’t think it’s appropriate to discuss sexual orientation and gender ideology with young children. I also don’t think it’s appropriate to review the periodic table with them. That doesn’t mean I'm anti-chemistry. What I wish for my daughter is that she not be beholden to gender stereotypes, that she be comfortable in her own body and that she avoid a lifetime of medical intervention with life-long negative consequences (including infertility) which cannot ultimately transform her into a man. If she were anorexic, we’d have support and options to return her to health. Because her coping mechanism is trans ideology, we get no support from medical or psychiatric professionals, from schools or from most liberals.You captured all that in the podcast. Thanks for getting the word out.Another listener points to another trans story:I saw this interview with an ex-transgender woman and thought you might find it interesting:I found particularly interesting the parts where he indicates that he found a group of “activists” that encouraged him to transition when what he really needed was therapy and sobriety. It’s also interesting that young men/woman fleeing the labels and baggage of “gay” or “lesbian“ may pursue gender reassignment, rather than unwrapping their trauma and accepting themselves for who they are.I just wish all the nuances of this were better aired. Another fan of the Dish anticipated our coverage this week with a “pre-emptive email”:I wonder whether the Supreme Court leak has caused you to reconsider your stance on the culture wars and whether it was the woke who are really the big enemy here. After all, while certain elements on the far left do much damage to themselves and to their own cause, their biggest achievements seem to be about gender-neutral toilets and pronouns, while it is the reactionary right that actively tries to curtail hard-won rights such as the right to vote, or the right to legal and safe abortion. Is it only a culture war when the left does it? Even when you have admitted that both sides are guilty, there seems to be a grudging reluctance to accept that one side is significantly more dangerous than the other, or to pretend as if it was the left’s fault all along and the right was merely reacting to it. Following on from January 6th and the wave of right-wingers across the globe currently dominating our news agenda (Putin, Trump, Bolsonaro, Orban, Le Pen, et al), it seems evident that there is a radical asymmetry in the scale of the threat that each side poses. Yes, there is much on the left that deserves to be called out, but it is nothing like as dangerous or as damaging as the very real risk that our liberal democratic norms are overturned by reactionaries in the name of a kind of Theocratic Nationalism. An approach that says “A plague on both your houses” seems to me the height of fatuity. Who is the bigger threat here, Donald Trump, or Bernie Sanders? There seems to be a skewed kind of moral equivalency going on. It reminds me of those US conservatives who used to say “Yes the Tea Party is terrible and there is real racism, but Obama is just as guilty for stirring them up.” This simply will not do. From the Tories and Brexit, to Putin and Ukraine, Republicans and abortion, is it not clear that everywhere you look at the moment, it is the right — the conservative, reactionary, radical right — that poses a greater and more urgent threat to our democratic way of life? There’s a balance to be struck here — and I’m not saying it’s easy. But the way in which the far left empowers the far right and vice-versa is an important part of the toxic dynamic. I’ll just note that, when push came to shove, I voted for Biden. There is no conceivable scenario in which I would vote for a deranged wannabe-tyrant like Trump. Next up, “a looong-time reader who discovered you in the early aughts”:After a discussion this evening with my housemate I was inspired to look for your It's So Personal threads. I don't seem to see them in the Substack, and it looks like your dish.andrewsullivan.com site is no longer active. Can you make this thread available to revisit? The whole thread is compiled here. How I framed it at the time:Perhaps the best posts of 2009 were penned by readers, and the most illuminating, gripping and emotional posts were related to late-term abortion, in the wake of the assassination of the abortion doctor George Tiller. I’ve never seen the power of this blog medium so clearly and up-close: one personal account caused a stream of others. How could old-school reporting have found all these women? How could any third-person account compete with the rawness and honesty and pain of these testimonials? It was a revelation to me about what this medium could do.Another listener looks ahead:David French just wrote the op-ed, “A conservative Christian quietly battles against right-wing hysteria,” and he would be an excellent podcast guest.”David is actually scheduled to record a Dishcast later this month, so stay tuned. Another suggestion:Hope you are weathering Covid ok and are feeling better. Suggestion: check out the staggeringly brilliant new essay by N.S. Lyons, “The World Order Reset: China’s Ukraine Catastrophe, the Rise of Trans-Atlantis, and a New Age of Power.” You’ve linked to one of his essays previously, saying it depressed you for a week. You should try to interview this mystery person. Everybody is wondering who Lyons really is. It would be a real coup for your podcast/Substack.Thanks for the suggestion. We’ve actually been in touch. You can send your own guest idea here: email@example.com. Lastly, because we ran out of room this week in the main Dish for the new VFYW contest photo (otherwise the email version would get cut short), here ya go:Where do you think it’s located? Email your guess to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put the location — city and/or state first, then country — in the subject line. Proximity counts if no one gets the exact spot. Bonus points for fun facts and stories. The winner gets the choice of a VFYW book or two annual Dish subscriptions. If you are not a subscriber, please indicate that status in your entry and we will give you a free month subscription if we select your entry for the contest results (example here if you’re new to the contest). Happy sleuthing! Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe
Since the launch of the global Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel and the collapse of the Oslo Peace Process in the early aughts, the college campus has been a locus of American political conflict over Israel/Palestine. As student Palestine solidarity activists have attempted to introduce BDS resolutions across the country, Israel advocacy organizations have responded by building a vast organizing infrastructure to intervene in student debates about Israel, painting campuses as threatening and hostile places for Jewish students and pushing for greater restrictions on pro-Palestine student speech. In only the latest example, members of the NYU law school's Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter—half of them Jewish—are facing media defamation for a statement the group sent to the law school listserv. How does it transform campus activism and the experience of individual students when outside organizations and media commentators get involved? Is it misleading to frame these conflicts as simply a fight between two opposing camps? What do you do when your mom forwards you Bari Weiss's substack? Jewish Currents Editor-in-Chief Arielle Angel, Assistant Editor Mari Cohen, and Contributing Editor Joshua Leifer discuss these questions and the recent NYU events with Dylan Saba, Jewish Currents fellow and Palestine Legal staff attorney. Books and Articles Mentioned: “https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/to-the-antisemites-who-sit-next-to?s=r (To the Antisemites Who Sit Next to Me in School)” by Tal Fortgang “https://davidlat.substack.com/p/nyu-law-erupts-in-controversy-over?s=r (NYU Law Erupts In Controversy Over Alleged Anti-Semitism)” by David Lat “https://jewishcurrents.org/whos-trying-to-kill-bds-on-campus (Who's Trying to Kill BDS on Campus? An Interview with Josh Nathan-Kazis)” by Rachel Cohen “https://jewishcurrents.org/how-israel-advocates-shut-down-a-unions-motion-to-endorse-bds (How Israel Advocates Shut Down a Union's Motion to Endorse BDS)” by Isaac Scher https://twitter.com/YehudaKurtzer/status/1516808603981819907 (Twitter exchange) between Yehuda Kurtzer and Joshua Leifer https://www.ajc.org/Jewish-Millennial-Survey-2022/American-Jewish-Millennials (AJC's Survey on American Jewish Millennials) “https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/everybody-hates-the-jews?r=exstm&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=twitter&s=r (Everybody Hates the Jews)” by Bari Weiss “https://jewishcurrents.org/does-everybody-really-hate-the-jews (Does Everybody Really Hate the Jews)?” by Mari Cohen “https://jewishcurrents.org/princeton-students-voted-to-boycott-machinery-used-by-israel-proponents-of-israel-are-countering-with-misinformation (Princeton Students Voted to Boycott Machinery Used by Israel. Proponents of Israel Are Countering with Misinformation)” by Isaac Scher “https://jewishcurrents.org/maccabee-games (Maccabee Games)” by Jess Schwalb “https://jewishcurrents.org/deborah-lipstadt-vs-the-oldest-hatred (Deborah Lipstadt vs. ‘The Oldest Hatred')” by Mari Cohen “https://www.jta.org/2022/04/21/united-states/american-university-muslim-student-group-withdraws-from-interfaith-seder-with-hillel-over-its-israel-support (American University Muslim student group withdraws from interfaith seder with Hillel over its Israel support)” by Andrew Lapin “https://www.jta.org/2022/02/24/united-states/israel-studies-endowment-revoked-over-professors-israel-criticism-at-university-of-washington (Donor yanks Israel Studies endowment at U of Washington over professor's Israel criticism)” by Andrew Lapin “https://www.972mag.com/us-media-palestinians/ (US Media Talks A Lot About Palestinians—Just Without Palestinians)” by Maha Nassar “https://jewishcurrents.org/waging-lawfare (Waging Lawfare)” by Natasha Roth-Rowland Thanks to Jesse Brenneman for producing and to Nathan Salsburg for the use of his song “VIII (All That
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Bari was an op-ed editor at the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times before leaving to create her own op-ed page on Substack, “Common Sense.” She’s also the author of How to Fight Anti-Semitism, and for some reason one of the most reviled figures on Left Twitter, despite being one of the most gifted editors of her generation. We talk groomers and culture war desperation and the amnesia of recent triumphs.This was a joint podcast, and you’ll be able to hear a somewhat longer version of the discussion next week on Bari’s pod, “Honestly.” You can listen to our version right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app,” which will connect you to the Dishcast feed. For two clips — on wokeness enabling the far right, and on the agonizing choice when it comes to gender theory in schools — head over to our YouTube page. New transcript just dropped: my conversation with John McWhorter, which is still our most downloaded episode on the Dishcast. We get into his latest book, Woke Racism, and how the successor ideology hurts black kids:First up in Dishcast feedback this week, a “brief note of appreciation from a longtime reader and subscriber”:I’ve been following the Dish since the inception of the blogosphere, and your Substack is a welcome addition to my intellectual life, especially the podcasts, which seem to get better and better. The last two — with Nicholas Christakis and Jonathan Haidt — have been especially wonderful. (I’ve also benefited considerably from Johann Hari’s excellent new book, which has largely taken me off social media). There are episodes that have annoyed me (e.g. the one with Anne Applebaum), but I listen because I don’t want to be part of an echo chamber.Speaking of the Haidt pod, a listener dug up a gem from my favorite philosopher:I appreciated the episode and Haidt’s recent piece in the Atlantic that invokes the Tower of Babel. The essay you mentioned by Oakeshott on Babel was not, as you worried, easily found, but it’s nonetheless attached:The Haidt episode “sparked many new thoughts” from this listener:The word “proportion” was mentioned in passing, but I think that word is crucial to understanding the real dysfunction wrought by social media. We have lost all sense of proportion in this post-Babel world. Whether it’s the trans debate — a conversation that really only affects one percent of the population — or CRT in schools, it’s difficult to talk about these heated culture-war topics while holding them in proportion to the real problems facing our society. The power (or fear) of going viral on Twitter makes proportion impossible, which is one of the reasons why journalism is in such a bad place. Because nuance and context are hard, journalists and media figures — particularly cable news anchors — appear to be simply unequipped to deliver information in a way that holds these things in balance. Consider the Hunter laptop story. Why was this story “buried” by the media? Was it a conspiracy in which corporate elite journalists just didn’t want Hunter Biden to look bad? Or, more likely, do they intuitively understand that in the post-Babel world, they don’t have the skills and tools to talk about this story, which may not have been the biggest of deals but also didn’t look great in the lead up to a pivotal election? They didn’t want “But her emails” 2.0 — another viral story that had no sense of proportion. Most people couldn’t even tell you what, exactly, was corrupt about Clinton’s emails; they just knew they existed because that’s all anyone talked about, and since it was all anyone was talking about, it must be bad, bad, bad! The media simply doesn’t know how to function from a place of nuance; it can’t communicate information in a way that holds that information in proportion to its relevance, context, and importance. Is this the fault of social media and viral dynamics? Is it just really bad journalism? Or do journalists have such a low opinion of the polity that they believe most people won’t be bothered to try to understand complicated stories? Thank god for podcasts!This next listener also tackles Twitter:I think it is worth pointing out, as you have, that Twitter is at best 80 million US users (per Newsweek / Statista in 2021) whereas Twitter reported 38 million monetize-able daily active usage in the US in 2021. This number is probably closer to actual usage to account for dormant / duplicate accounts. Normal Americans, outside of radicals (which aren’t normal), don’t engage in the elite masturbatory thing that is Twitter. I am in a demo that should use it but have never had an account, because I view it as a complete and utter waste of time. The US Census has the 2021 population at 330 million with 22% under 18 (call it 73 million). I assume some portion of those are on Twitter, but they can’t vote. At the low end, that leaves 180 million voting Americans not on Twitter. So I think it’s worth reiterating that Twitter is not real life (or a majority of voters). If you were to break it down by ideological lines, I am sure it is further skewed in one direction, you needn't guess which. Today’s “journalists” investigative efforts often seem to largely rely on copy pasting tweets as the “public reaction” — it is no wonder why they are out of touch. Furthermore, as Jesse reminded us during this week’s freakout over Elon Musk buying Twitter, “Twitter Is Not America”:In the United States, Twitter users are statistically younger, wealthier, and more politically liberal than the general population. They are also substantially better educated, according to Pew: 42 percent of sampled users had a college degree, versus 31 percent for U.S. adults broadly. Forty-one percent reported an income of more than $75,000, too, another large difference from the country as a whole. They were far more likely (60 percent) to be Democrats or lean Democratic than to be Republicans or lean Republican (35 percent).This next listener dissents over the Haidt convo:I try not to be a scold, but sometimes the temptation is too great. Early in your talk you talked about how you didn’t understand young kids these days — why they are killing themselves at a high rate, since everything for them is so much better than it was in the old days. It sounds just like all of us old guys not getting youngsters. Haidt did talk about how he learned to approach unfamiliar cultures like an anthropologist — a good place to start for us old folks. While I agree with you about the proliferation of gender types, it was not so long ago that homosexuality raised the same kinds of questions that you ask, and it was looked at the same way. Some people questioned the reality of such a thing, or saw it as a simple choice that perverse people made, or as a psychiatric illness that required treatment, and of course as a crime. I don’t think you intend to imply any of those things, but you do seem to veer in that direction. How people’s identity is created is still an open question — and someday we may know more. That said, I agree with you that medical interventions for children is very very premature and should not be happening. Let people grow up first. You seem to imply that biology supports a simple dichotomy, but sexual expression is more complex than that. As for cultural/religious acceptance, Joseph Campbell, in The Hero Of A Thousand Faces, discusses some civilizations that saw gender as fluid and containing both male and female elements.One more thought: although Plato then, and others now, did raise questions about democracy, I fear that the Republican answer is to emulate the worst counter-examples, such as their current infatuation with Orbán’s near dictatorship. Prof. Haidt mentioned Karen Stenner’s work, The Authoritarian Dynamic, in which she reports that 20% of the population has an authoritarian personality type. She also talks about the conditions that stimulate it to express itself — fear and anxiety, the kind that is stirred up by demagogues and unscrupulous politicians, namely Trump. Stenner’s book also has suggestions on how to tamp down the fear. Maybe a conversation with her is in order.Thanks for the tip. My best response to my reader’s first point is probably at the beginning of my chat with Bari, where I try to make distinctions between the gay and trans movements, and why the conflicts are inevitable and intrinsic. As for fluid gender, I agree! I don’t believe in a gender binary, just a sex binary. In fact, one reason gender expression exists at all — and is comprehensible at all — is precisely its tension with a fixed, binary biological reality. But I also think this over-states the relevance of “gender identity” for the vast majority of humans. Most of us don’t get up every day thinking of how we are a man or a woman and where we fit on a spectrum — because we don’t really have many conflicts. This looms much larger for trans people for whom it is a daily challenge, and to a lesser extent for gay people whose affect contrasts with the stereotypes of their sex. But for most of us, our gender expression is simply our personality packaged in a binary form of biology. And this isn’t just on a scale of Barbie to G.I. Joe. And seeing it that way — as gender ideology does — strikes me as a regression, not a way forward.This next listener “loved the Haidt interview, except for one jarring bit”:You pronounced the Chinese as stupid for suddenly pursuing Zero Covid. Here’s a scary possibility: They know something you don’t know. Suppose the Chinese detected a Covid variant with a 20% death rate, rather than 1.5%. Gotta save face, gotta stamp it out. What we’re seeing is a reasonable consequence. Or it could be a variant immune to SinoVac. I’m not laughing at them, and, with difficulty, not yet condemning them. I’m worrying.Chill, baby, chill. The chances of a virus crossing from animals to animals to humans in the next decades of rapid climate change is very high. The chances of it wiping out humanity is not negligible. F**k with the planet the way we have, and the planet is at some point going to f**k you. I know this sounds fatalistic — but in my adult lifetime, I’ve contracted two new viruses, both of which have killed millions. This next listener worries about the political center in America regaining control:There was much to agree with in your Dishcast with Haidt about the effects of social media, particularly with regards to how it amplifies polarization. But this analysis feels a bit like blaming kerosene for a fire instead of the arsonist. The biggest share of responsibility for where we are today lies at the feet of the center-right, center-left, and the institutions that supported them. Free trade, the war on terrorism, the Iraq war, the financial crisis, and the extremely tepid recovery thereafter were all the brainchildren of the center and various elite institutions. They have been complete and utter disasters for most Americans. What is more, the outright refusal of many to take accountability for these disasters — indeed the doubling down and moralizing tone in Haidt’s defense of the center — only leads to greater resentment and polarization. If these are the people who are expected to lead us into brighter days, we are doomed.Point taken. Lastly, a listener looks ahead to our next episode:First I wish you a speedy recovery from Covid and your hip surgery. Please do rest sufficiently; I know a lot of people who neglected to do that and are now paying the price.I am a recent subscriber. After listening to a gazillion of your podcasts on Spotify, I realized it was the decent thing to do! Although I do not always agree with you (especially on the EU, which you seem to misunderstand), I want to thank you for your work and for broadening my horizons, i.e. about gay culture, which I ignorantly thought was synonymous with gay pride parades. And please continue to invite people you disagree with — it’s such an important message, even though, frankly, those episodes are not always the most interesting ones.Since you are talking to one of my intellectual heroes in your next episode, Francis Fukuyama, I was wondering if I could suggest one or two questions. His End of History and the Last Man is still widely misrepresented by people who either never read it or willingly distort it. Fukuyama is actually one of the very few people who foresaw the possibility of what we are going through now — in that very book. Yet his responses to these deeply ignorant and unfair criticisms are, in every interview of him I have ever read or heard, unfailingly courteous, measured and constructive. I am just wondering how he does it. I would have blown my top. Where does he get the energy?Although of course he’ll talk about his latest book, if I can make an additional suggestion, please get him to talk about Political Order, his magnum opus in two volumes, and how he responds to the very different views developed in Graeber and Wengrow’s Dawn of Everything. I look forward to hearing you again, when you feel better!Yes, he’s a model of reason and restraint. And thanks for the tips. We won’t have time to debate his many works, but I’ll do my best. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe
Na czym polega szkodliwość hustle culture? Jak wyrwać się z myślenia, że poziom zajętości warunkuje naszą wartość jako ludzi? Dlaczego bycie zapracowanym daje nam poczucie władzy? Czy obecną kulturę należy terapeutyzować? I czy praca nad sobą z miejsca bycia niewystarczająco dobrą może stać się toksyczna? Po raz drugi porozmawiałam z wspaniałym filozofem, publicystą, autorem książek, czyli Tomaszem Stawiszyńskim. Jaka to była przyjemność! Poruszyliśmy kwestię tzw. hustle culture, której głośne slogany typu: „No pain, no gain" przeniknęły już nasze myślenie o sobie nawzajem. Bo na pytanie o samopoczucie zdecydowana większość odpowiada: „Mam mnóstwo roboty". Tomasz opowiedział o toksyczności takiego myślenia, uchylając rąbka tajemnicy na temat tego, jakie mechanizmy stoją za dyscyplinowaniem nas do wiecznej zajętości. Po łapach dostało się także branży samorozwojowej, która uzupełnia narrację toksycznej produktywności, oferując uwodzące obietnice o byciu najlepszą wersją siebie za jedyne X tysięcy dolarów. Jestem szalenie wdzięczna za tę rozmowę. Pozwoliła mi odbić wiele własnych doświadczeń i rozczarowań systemem od wiedzy i doświadczenia Tomasza. Zapraszam do odsłuchu, jeżeli Wy też macie już dość toksycznej produktywności i niekończącej się, opresyjnej wręcz pracy nad sobą. Strona Tomasza: https://stawiszynski.org/ Podcast Tomasza „Skądinąd": https://open.spotify.com/show/63P6mjkyXIyJkWj8a6yLwO Mój tekst o toksycznym rozwoju osobistym: https://wellbee.pl/blog/zdrowie-psychiczne/toksyczny-rozwoj-osobisty/ Literacko-podcastowe polecenia Tomasza: Eva Illouz, „Uczucia w dobie kapitalizmu", „Dlaczego miłość rani?" Ronald Purser, „McMindfulness" Renata Salecl, „Tyrania wyboru" Making Sense with Sam Harris (podcast) Conversations with Coleman (podcast) The Michael Shermer Show (podcast) Honestly with Bari Weiss (podcast) Raport o stanie świata (podcast) Imponderabilia Karola Paciorka (podcast) Sznurowadła myśli – podobno ciekawe :) Coś Osobliwego Aleksandry Przegalińskiej (podcast) Poczytaj mnie na Instagramie: https://www.instagram.com/sznurowadla.mysli/ PATRONITE – Jeśli uważasz moje treści za wartościowe i pomocne, możesz wesprzeć dalszy rozwój Sznurowadeł, dołączając do grona Matronek i Patronów na Patronite. Zapraszam z całego serca. Szczegóły subskrypcji znajdziesz pod linkiem: https://patronite.pl/sznurowadla-mysli Ukłony i podziękowania za realizację dźwięku należą się niezastąpionemu Piotrowi Sz. Sznurowadeł możecie posłuchać na: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Breaker, Overcast, PocketCasts i RadioPublic. Patronem odcinka jest Wellbee, platforma do psychoterapii online.
This past week, Netflix suffered it's first subscriber loss in more than a decade. Elon Musk blames "woke programming" but I think Netflix's demise is because services like Hulu and Apple TV are simply offering better content. To my eyes, shows on Netflix often feel watered down and predictable so maybe people are tired of the drivel and craving more impactful and unique storylines found in shows like Severance or Life & Beth. Today on the Spiritual Spiral, I begin by talking about Severance and Life & Beth, two of the most interesting, well developed and unique shows I've seen in years. They not only inspired me, but also reignited my hope and belief that people still yearn for high quality and meaningful content. I talk about the disappearance of in-person, three-dimensional communities thanks to social media and I talk about how valuable and enriching it is to hold on to face to face conversations. I play a clip from a recent Bari Weiss podcast where she speaks with author Jonathan Haidt about the impact social media has made on people's values and priorities and how it's given rise to more trolls. I also talk about some of the inspiration behind my new book SSAFY and I end the show by playing a new remix I just released on Spotify. I'm very excited to say my new book SSAFY can be purchased by visiting SSAFYoga.com or on Amazon by clicking HERE and remember, if you enjoy today's episode and you want to support the show, please subscribe to the podcast on iTUNES or Spotify. It's always helpful if you share the show with your friends or head over to iTunes and write a quick review. You can also support the show by becoming a subscriber at www.patreon.com/eddiecohn and you can also purchase my new record at eddieconn.bandcamp.com or visit my website www.iameddiecohn.com and sign up for my email list and newsletter. As always, thanks so much for listening and supporting the show. Please reach out on IG @eddiecohn with any questions. Thanks for listening.
20 april. Hennes avskedsbrev till cheferna på New York Times, i vilket hon anklagade tidningen för att strypa det fria ordet, blev en snackis i hela världen. Paulina Neuding diskuterar fri journalistik och kamp mot antisemitism med Bari Weiss.
This week, Meghan talks with Yael Bar-tur and ChayaLeah Sufrin, co-hosts of the podcast Ask A Jew. ChayaLeah was born and raised in an Orthodox Hasidic community in Southern California and remains happily part of that community today. Yael is a secular Israeli Jew now living in New York City. The two became friends through an online community and began a dialogue about (among other things) Judaism, much of which consisted of Yael asking ChayaLeah questions about the Orthodox world that she would have been afraid or embarrassed to ask most people. The conversations were so interesting that they started recording them — and from there emerged Ask A Jew. In this conversation, Yael, ChayaLeah and Meghan (who is not Jewish despite having been a guest on Ask a Jew) cover a range of topics; anti-semitism, arranged marriage, policing, what happened to Jon Stewart, why the heterodox space is so male dominated and why the superstar podcaster and journalist Bari Weiss (who's not a man) is so polarizing as to make people deranged. They also talk about their recent lunch together at a Kosher restaurant in Los Angeles that was founded by Steven Spielberg's late mother. Guest Bios: ChayaLeah Sufrin was raised in an Orthodox Jewish home in Long Beach, CA. After attending university in New York, ChayaLeah moved back to Southern California and spent fifteen years teaching High school Jewish history and as the Education Director at Shul by the Shore. ChayaLeah served as the Senior Jewish Educator at Long Beach Hillel for three years and is now the Executive Director. ChayaLeah, together with her husband Boruch, has four teenage sons. Yael Bar-tur is a crisis communications and social media consultant who previously served as the director of social media and digital strategy for the New York City Police Department where she developed and implemented the social media and digital communications strategy.
Did my guest get more hate when she announced she wasn't vegan anymore or that she was flying out of the country to connect with an ex lover while pregnant with her fourth child? Leave your judgements behind and explore food, sex, motherhood, and what is gained when you hurl yourself into the abyss only to discover that it's a feather bed. Get access to Confessions of a Well Nourished Woman. Check out the free masterclass Cosmic Meal Plan for Picky Eaters. TOPICS: The kindness Katya showed me as I sobbed my heart out when we were still strangers A life history in geography- from Ukraine to Canada to Dominican Republic and now Costa Rica What does it mean to be a woman rooted in her peoples' traditions healing her ancestry? The grief and joy of childhood lost and how memories live with us when people and places are gone Being someone who takes leaps of faith over and over again How having kids changes a sexual relationship How do we follow our dreams and desires while being mothers and partners? Practice following the impulse that brings your heart forward Our diet is reflected in our reproductive & sexual tissues- painful sex, low libido, and slow childbirth recovery can be related to lack of nutrients in the diet The twisted vegan logic of believing that “there's no death on my plate” We must look at long term personal and generational health when assessing the value of different diets (‘but I feel good” doesn't cut it) The common story of childrens' teeth crumbling on a vegan diet (it happened to Katya) and how to remineralize them Eat for your biology, not your ideology (it's a song- sing it your way!) Nourishing ourselves with ancestral foods The birth of the Matriarch Collective & Confessions of a Well Nourished Woman Losing all fear and choosing radical honesty about who you are After restrictive eating- where do we go from here? The opposite of holding on isn't letting go, it's digestion RESOURCES (if listening on an app that doesn't support embedded links, find these at https://mythicmedicine.love/podcast): Confessions of a Well Nourished Woman Cosmic Meal Plan for Picky Eaters Patreon podcast bonuses (online dating & sex bonus audio interview + 15 Ancestral Kitchen Tips eBook) Katya on Instagram Mythic Medicine (me) on Instagram Take our fun Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine? Quiz Medicine Stories episode 18 with Suuzi Hazen Land Based Living, Mothering, & Eating Full Moon Feast by Jessica Prentice Mineral Shaman on Instagram The Spirit Weavers Gathering Honestly Podcast with Bari Weiss episode Things Worth Fighting For Healing Pelvic Prolapse and Why Kegels Don't Work w/ Christine Kent, episode of Katya's HoneyTalks Podcast Sex at Dawn by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha The Ethical Slut by Janet Hardy and Dossie Easton Motherfoods class taught by Rachelle Garcia Seliga and Carly Rae Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nigel Medicine Stories episode 86 all about prometabolic- Elemental Interbeing, Food Information Overwhelm, and Cell Deep Nourishment for Women with Kymber Maulden Medicine Stories episode 86 all about psychedelics- Generations, gene Codes, and Entheogenic Earth Healing with Mikaela de la Myco Kymber Maulden's post on Why You Should Have a Bedtime Snack My website MythicMedicine.love Medicine Stories Facebook group Music by Mariee Sioux (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)
Today on the Spiritual Spiral podcast, I found myself thinking about the apparent evaporation of boundaries in our culture. Thanks to tech and social media, it feels like we live in a world where people share or crave 24-7 access to every minute detail of people's lives. It also appears like we live in an ever growing me-first society where people do whatever they want, with no regard to other people's feelings or the potentially negative consequences. Truth to be told, I stopped watching the Oscars at least a few years ago but with that said, I'm perplexed at how many varying opinions are being voiced after what seemed, to my eyes, like such an egregious act at this year's awards. The reaction also makes me nervous thinking we may now live in a society where violence and hitting people is no longer condemned but excused and brushed aside as "normal behavior." I read an excerpt from a wonderful new essay entitled Lucky-Go-Happy by one of my favorite writers, David Sedaris, that just published this week in the New Yorker. I also play a powerful clip from a recent Bari Weiss podcast where she questions America's toughness and I end the show by playing a clip from MSNBC where a teacher seems to be overstepping his "boundaries." Lastly, I am thrilled to say my new book SSAFY is NOW available online. Please visit SSAFYoga.com where you can order an advanced autographed paperback copy. Remember, if you enjoy today's episode and you want to support the show, please subscribe to the podcast on iTUNES or Spotify. It's always helpful if you share the show with your friends or head over to iTunes and write a quick review. You can also support the show by becoming a subscriber at www.patreon.com/eddiecohn and you can also purchase my new record at eddieconn.bandcamp.com or visit my website www.iameddiecohn.com and sign up for my email list and newsletter. As always, thanks so much for listening and supporting the show. Please reach out on IG @eddiecohn with any questions. Thanks for listening.
In episode 85, Torry (she/her) is joined by Amelia Wedemeyer (she/her) of The Ringer (No Rose, All Thorn, Tea Time, Pop Culture History Lesson, The Ringer Reality TV Podcast, and more!). They briefly discuss Survivor 42 (8:07) and then dive into Kim Kardashian revealing Pete Davidson's new tattoos and branding (13:30), Trevor Noah's plea to Kanye West (23:14), and Pete's obsession with Robert Pattinson (26:40). They fangirl over Rihanna at Target shopping for baby clothes (34:52) and then suggest new tv shows you can stream (38:04). Torry and Amelia nominate Pettyweight Champions of the Week, Netflix, and Shayne Jansen from Love is Blind (45:35) and then share their This Week in Petty stories, Amelia being locked in a airplane bathroom as a child and Torry's sister's passy aggressy comments (54:43). Content Warning: Discussion about domestic violence from 23:14-26:40 and 43:38-44:27. Check out the interview with Kim Kardashian and Bari Weiss mentioned in the episode and these pictures of Rihanna in Torry's hometown Wal-mart. Enjoyed the discussion on Kim, Kanye, and Pete? Listen to Torry discuss the drama on episode 84, episode 83, episode 78, episode 77, episode 68, episode 52, and episode 48. Leave an audio message of a question or comment for Torry to include in a future podcast on Speakpipe. Join our Facebook group and follow RTBP on Instagram and Twitter. Subscribing and leaving a rating helps us find new listeners! Thank you.
Aaron Sibarium is associate editor at the Washington Free Beacon. He graduated from Yale University, where he was the opinion editor of the Yale Daily News. Before joining the Free Beacon, he was an editor at The American Interest. Aaron has recently focused his reporting on dystopia of college campuses, including publishing a recent column for Bari Weiss' Common Sense Substack: https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/the-takeover-of-americas-legal-system. In this conversation, we cover the recent controversy at Yale Law School and how the current campus culture is spilling into the real world, threatening some of the most fundamental aspects of the American legal system. Aaron's column at the Washington Free Beacon: https://freebeacon.com/author/aaron-sibarium Follow Aaron on Twitter @aaronsibarium –––– Support the podcast and join the Honest Offense community at https://honestoffense.locals.com Eric Cervone on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericcervone Eric Cervone on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericcervone https://www.ericcervone.com/
Emma hosts journalist William Neuman to discuss his recent book Things Are Never So Bad That They Can't Get Worse: Inside the Collapse of Venezuela. Then, Emma is joined by Summer Lee, candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania's 12th District, to give up an update from the campaign trail. William Neuman begins by jumping back to his first move to Venezuela at the start of the 2010s, as a correspondent for the New York Times, tracing the story of Venezuela's economic collapse. He starts with the booming success of Hugo Chavez in the 2000s, as he oversaw an incredible jump in oil prices, and began a spree of government spending and borrowing, without saving the income for any future crisis – thus, when Chavez died from cancer in the wake of his 2010 reelection, passing the reins to Nicolás Maduro, only for a massive drop in oil prices, down to around a quarter of the peak of Chavez's administration, to completely cripple the economic output of the country beginning in 2012. The rest of the 2010s saw Maduro attempt to grapple with the crisis while uncertain about altering Chavez's pre-existing policy, as hyperinflation, depression, and rising refugee rates took over, leading up to the mass blackouts in 2019, and eventual controversy over Maduro's reelection. This brings Neuman and Emma to the role of US foreign policy and sanctions in pushing Venezuela over the edge, as former President Trump and John Bolton pushed intervention to the extreme, with the Defense Department rejecting any actual invasion, before Bolton chose to “go for the win” and push Maduro completely out of office by putting an incredibly stringent set of general sanctions, effectively enforcing a complete oil embargo against the country, cutting them off from the world economy and digging them deeper into this crisis – effectively. This, of course, came alongside the declaration by Juan Guaidó that he was the legitimate president, with much of the West clamoring to support and recognize him, despite the similar illegitimacy of his claim in the wake of large disenfranchisement and voter suppression, with American Republicans attempting to capitalize on the socialist boogeyman to bolster their electoral push in Florida. Emma and William then dive into the counter to this negative branding of Socialism by the US, looking to Chavez's autocratic rise as a populist, appropriating the socialist rhetoric and symbolism of the 60s and 70s in Latin America, without taking on the actual policy, pushing increasing polarization and capitalizing on the oil boom. After briefly touching on what the country looked like during the economic collapse, and the various unsuccessful (and some successful) policy the government took on at the time, Emma gets Neuman to dive into what the role of the leftist opposition in Venezuela is, as they discuss the discourse from politicians such as Henrique Capriles and the need to not just take down the bad guys in government, but to build up good and functioning institutions in the wake. Emma also touches on the end of Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation hearings, the continued Russia escalation in Ukraine, and the disastrous and corrupt shadow docket decision by SCOTUS to overturn the Wisconsin State Supreme Court's decision regarding redistricting. And in the Fun Half: Emma hosts Summer Lee as they unpack fighting for her base of poor and working-class Pennsylvanians when up against union-busters, being a part of a legislative arena with white supremacists strewn throughout it, and what working for Pittsburgh means to her. Then, Brandon and Matt join as Kowalski gives his agriculture update, Tucker goes deep into the role of genes and the Supreme Court, and Joe Rogan defends the ideology behind the “don't say gay” bills, lighting fire under the bigots' fight for the right to be themselves (violent assholes). Bee from PA discusses Leftists and the culture war, as Matt, Brandon, and Emma unpack who the “Left” is, and the difference between “culture war” and “civil rights,” before Cory Booker goes Cuckoo for Crypto, Bari Weiss takes the crown for cringiest Ukraine poem – overtaking both the Pelosi x Bono collaboration and the wonderful AnnaLynne McCord's “If I Were Your Mother” – plus, your calls and IMs! 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Recorded on February 15, 2022 Bari Weiss began her career as a mainstream media prodigy, landing coveted positions at the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times in her early twenties. In 2020, she famously resigned from the Times when conditions there became intolerable for her, famously writing in a public resignation letter that “Twitter is not on the masthead of The New York Times. But Twitter has become its ultimate editor.” Now Weiss is the publisher of Common Sense, her wildly popular Substack newsletter, and the host of the Honestly with Bari Weiss podcast. Her ambition is nothing short of becoming a 21st-century one-woman media company, and based on what she reveals in this interview, she is well on her way to achieving that goal.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is not just a seminal moment in world history, but a teachable one. Pranay Kotasthane and Nitin Pai join Amit Varma in episode 268 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss concepts and frameworks of foreign policy that can help us make sense of this turmoil. If this subject interests you, consider signing up for Takashshila's GCPP: Defence & Foreign Affairs course. Registration is open for the May Cohort. Also check out: 1. Pranay Kotasthane Talks Public Policy -- Episode 233 of The Seen and the Unseen. 2. Foreign Policy is a Big Deal — Episode 170 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane & Manoj Kewalramani). 3. Radically Networked Societies — Episode 158 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane). 4. Democracy in Pakistan -- Episode 79 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane & Hamsini Hariharan.) 5. Older episodes of The Seen and the Unseen w Pranay Kotasthane: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6. Understanding Foreign Policy — Episode 63 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Nitin Pai). 7. Anticipating the Unintended — Pranay Kotasthane's newsletter (with RSJ). 8. Puliyabaazi — Pranay Kotasthane's podcast (with Saurabh Chandra). 9. Selected episodes of The Seen and the Unseen on China: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 10. Ram Guha Reflects on His Life -- Episode 266 of The Seen and the Unseen. 11. Dhanya Rajendran Fights the Gaze -- Episode 267 of The Seen and the Unseen. 12. The End of History? -- Francis Fukuyama's essay. 13. The End of History and the Last Man -- Francis Fukuyama's book. 14. The Great Man Theory of History. 15. Russia's War on Ukraine: A Roundtable -- Bari Weiss speaks to Niall Ferguson, Walter Russell Mead and Francis Fukuyama. 16. Around the halls: Implications of Russia's invasion of Ukraine -- Brookings roundup of expert views, including from Marvin Kalb. 17. Modi's Domination – What We Often Overlook — Keshava Guha. 18. The Median Voter Theorem. 19. Social Theory of International Politics -- Alexander Wendt on constructivism in international relations. 20. Hindutva -- VD Savarkar. 21. The Intellectual Foundations of Hindutva -- Episode 115 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Aakar Patel, discussing Hindutva among other things). 22. Gita Press and the Making of Hindu India — Akshaya Mukul. 23. The Gita Press and Hindu Nationalism -- Episode 139 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Akshaya Mukul). 24. Whole Numbers and Half Truths — Rukmini S. 25. Rukmini Sees India's Multitudes -- Episode 261 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 26. Why I am a Hindu -- Shashi Tharoor. 27. The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of A Nation -- Granville Austin. 28. A People's Constitution -- Rohit De. 29. Three Conundrums -- Anticipating the Unintended #159 by RSJ and Pranay Kotasthane. 30. Through The Looking Glass -- Anticipating the Unintended #160 by RSJ and Pranay Kotasthane. 31. No man is an island entire of itself... -- Anticipating the Unintended #161 by RSJ and Pranay Kotasthane. 32. The Overton Window. 33. India's Strategies for a New World Order -- Anirudh Kanisetti, Anupam Manur, Pranay Kotasthane and Akshay Alladi. 34. The Uses and Abuses of Weaponized Interdependence -- Daniel Drezner, Henry Farrell and Abraham L Newman. 35. Nuclear Power Can Save the World -- Joshua S Goldstein, Staffan A Qvist and Steven Pinker. 36. Public Choice Theory -- Episode 121 of The Seen and the Unseen. 37. The Idiot -- Fyodor Dostoevsky. 38. 'Stop the war.' 44 Top Russian Players Publish Open Letter To Putin -- Sam Copeland. 39. Alexander Grischuk's emotional press conference after Russia invaded Ukraine. (Watch from 4:20.) 40. Power and International Relations -- David A Baldwin. 41. The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers -- Paul M Kennedy. 42. The Power of Nations: Measuring What Matters -- Michael Beckley. 43. The game theory concept of Chicken. 44. India in the Nuclear Age -- Episode 80 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Lt Gen Prakash Menon). 45. National Power After AI -- Matthew Daniels and Ben Chang. 46. Why liberal democracies have a distinct edge on cyber capability -- Nitin Pai. 47. The Business of Winning Elections -- Episode 247 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shivam Shankar Singh.) 48. Can Democracy Survive in the Information Age? -- Eric Rosenbach and Katherine Mansted on the Authoritarian Information Paradox. 49. The Use of Knowledge in Society -- Friedrich Hayek. 50. ये लिबरल आख़िर है कौन? — Episode 37 of Puliyabaazi (w Amit Varma, on Hayek.) 51. Addiction by Design: Machine Gambling in Las Vegas -- Natasha Dow Schüll. 52. Irresistible: Why We Can't Stop Checking, Scrolling, Clicking and Watching -- Adam Alter. 53. The Dark Psychology of Social Networks -- Jonathan Haidt and Tobias Rose-Stockwell. 54. The Revolt of The Public and the Crisis of Authority in the New Millennium -- Martin Gurri. 55. Social media are turbocharging the export of America's political culture -- The Economist. 56. America in South Asia -- Episode 93 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Srinath Raghavan). 57. The Geopolitics of the Bangladesh War -- Episode 113 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Srinath Raghavan). 58. The India-Pakistan Conflict -- Episode 111 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Srinath Raghavan). 59. Public Choice Theory and the Illusion of Grand Strategy -- Richard Hanania. 60. Narendra Shenoy and Mr Narendra Shenoy -- Episode 250 of The Seen and the Unseen. 61. The Lessons of History -- Will and Ariel Durant. 62. Fallout of the Ukraine-Russia Conflict + -- A constantly evolving note by the Takshashila Institution. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free!
The attack on Kharkiv (video, strong content)"Dispatch from Ukraine: Exit/No Exit," by Nancy Rommelmann, published on Paloma Media on March 11"Dispatch from Ukraine: Living as a Russian in Ukraine," by Nancy Rommelmann, published on Reason on March 10"Voices of Ukraine," Nancy Rommelmann contributing, published on Bari Weiss's Substack "Common Sense" on March 9On The Hill's "Rising" show, March 9 (video)
Can you tell when someone isn't listening? I was on a Zoom call this last week, and right away it became clear that the person I was speaking to wasn't listening. Instead of trying to listen and engage in a meaningful conversation, they opted to check email and look at another device. Is that what happens in a me-first, tech obsessed society with non-stop distractions? Today on the Spiritual Spiral, I reflect on a culture where a substantial amount of people have forgotten how to listen. Social media apps are breeding a world of self-absorbed narcissists and yet, is there anything that can be done to stop this immutable trend? And as more people opt to send a text or DM over making a phone call, what is the effect on human being's innate need for real human to human interaction? I also play a clip from the Russel Brand Podcast and I end the show by playing a clip from the Bari Weiss podcast where she asks an existential question. In a world where the news moves at such a frenetic pace while our attention spans are drawn to ephemeral distractions, can anything be done to reverse this trend and get people to care about anyone but themselves? Remember, if you enjoy today's episode and you want to support the show, please subscribe to the podcast on iTUNES or Spotify. It's always helpful if you share the show with your friends or head over to iTunes and write a quick review. You can also support the show by becoming a subscriber at www.patreon.com/eddiecohn and you can also purchase my new record at eddieconn.bandcamp.com or visit my website www.iameddiecohn.com and sign up for my email list and newsletter. As always, thanks so much for listening and supporting the show. Please reach out on IG @eddiecohn with any questions. Thanks for listening.
In this episode, Donny sits down for an honest conversation with the editor of Common Sense and the host of the podcast Honestly with Bari Weiss, Bari Weiss. Bari was previously a staff writer and editor for the Opinion section of The New York Times, and the two dive right into her brave resignation from the prestigious paper. They go on to discuss the importance of following your curiosity, her thoughts on Spotify and Joe Rogan, her connection to the Tree of Life Synagogue, and being guided by your inner north star. But first, Donny breaks down the brands at the center of the zeitgeist, naming AirBnb, Andrew Cuomo, Google, and The Academy Awards among many others in his weekly “Brands of the Week” segment. Be sure to rate, review, and follow to get the latest episodes as soon as they drop. THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Chime - Go to http://www.chime.com/donny to get started Huel - Go to http://www.huel.com/donny for free shipping + a shaker and t-shirt Mint Mobile - Go to http://www.mintmobile.com/donny to cut your wireless bill to $15 a month Follow: @donnyjaydeutsch @bariweiss See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TMBS 38 aired on May 8, 2018. Episode breakdown: 6:59 Michael breaks down the destructive, reckless, and buffoonish, decision to end the Iran deal. 19:45 Shoutout to Bernie Sanders for introducing the Workplace Democracy Act. 27:32 Co-founding editor & columnist at The Intercept (@ggreenwald) joins us to talk about the contradictions in Lula's corruption case, the revolutionary spirit of Marielle Franco and the importance of catching her murderers. 1:01:44 Bari Weiss is sent to the Gulag for obvious reasons. 1:12:06 Julia Salazar (@JuliaCarmel__) DSA-endorsed Democratic candidate for State Senate NY-18 joins us in studio to talk about the experiences that lead to her campaign. TMBS ReAirs come out every Tuesday wherever you get your podcasts and on The Michael Brooks Show YouTube Channel. This program has been put together by The Michael Brooks Legacy Project. To learn more and rewatch the postgame content visit https://www.patreon.com/TMBS
Today's episode of Ask Dr Jessica is proud to have Dr Lucy McBride on as my guest. Dr McBride is a graduate from Princeton University and Harvard Medical School, and she is currently a practicing internal medicine physician in Washington D.C. Throughout the pandemic, I have found Dr McBride to be a voice of reason. I appreciate her as a trusted voice, a health educator and a mental health advocate. She has been featured on many news stations including CNN and NPR, and many prominent podcasts, including the PBS News Hour, Honestly with Bari Weiss, the Megyn Kelly Show, and Ask Dr Drew. At the start of the pandemic, she started writing a weekly covid-19 newsletter that now reaches over 17 thousand people a week. To learn more about Dr McBride, please visit her website at lucymcbride.comIf you are enjoying this podcast, I would greatly appreciate it if you would rate, review, and share Ask Dr Jessica with a friend—your support is what helps this podcast grow. Dr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children. Most of her educational videos are targeted towards general pediatric topics and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do you have a question you want Dr. Jessica to answer? Send an email to: email@example.com. Website: www.askdrjessicamd.comFollow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaPlease note this channel does not take the place of advice from your own medical doctor. If you have any medical concerns, please seek medical attention.
One of the greatest problems we face in the battle we are fighting against woke culture and the perpetual victim mentality is that not enough young people are getting involved in a meaningful way. Striving for a more meaningful and civil discourse among those who have differing thoughts and opinions is not particularly fun or exciting, for most people, especially those of the younger generation. That is one reason I was so excited when I was able to make contact with this week's guest.Who is Daniel Idfresne?Daniel Idfresne is a first generation American whose parents immigrated here from Haiti. He lives in Brooklyn, NY and is a senior at Brooklyn Technical High School. Daniel began to notice a trend among his peers recently where they were denouncing their white privilege online, updating their bios with gender pronouns and posting links to all kinds of different social justice causes. Daniel wanted no part of such divisive things, as he's a proponent of equality and pluralism. In school, Daniel noticed another trend where identity politics was becoming the norm. Classroom debates were dominated by a single point of view, and many would self-censor to avoid being demonized by those with the woke mob mentality. He'd had enough. Daniel did not want to live in a world focused on dividing us, or a world where people could not have honest discussions about what they thought. This is when Daniel found out about, and became involved with FAIR, (the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism). This later prompted Daniel to form a club (FAIR at School), a genuine safe space, where students could feel free to discuss ideas in a way that didn't just fit in to the typical social media posts.I am honored to have as a guest on this week's DTH podcast Daniel Idfresne to discuss a little bit about his background, the woke mob mentality and how FAIR at School is looking to make civil discourse fun for his generation. Daniel is a profound young thinker who's been featured, whether in person or print in the NY Post, Fox News, Bari Weiss' substack and more. Daniel has also recently been named a fellow at The Douglass Society. I hope you'll give a listen and share this with your contacts to help energize and inspire more young people to become involved like Daniel.What have you done today to make your life a better life? What have you done today to make the world a better place? The world is a better place if we are better people, and that begins with each of us leading a better life. Be kind to one another, be grateful for everything you've got, and make each and every day the day that you want it to be!Please follow The Derate The Hate podcast on Facebook, MeWe, Instagram, Twitter . Subscribe to us wherever you enjoy your audio. Please leave us a rating and feedback. Send me a message on any media platform or subscribe directly from our sites. Let us know about someone you think should be on our podcast, and if we book them for a conversation, I'll send you a free gift! Not on social media? You can share your thoughts directly with me at firstname.lastname@example.orgI look forward to hearing from you!Please check out our affiliates page by clicking HERE!
How to navigate the shoals of cancel culture when the p.c. mob comes your way? Bari Weiss, proprietor of the Common Sense newsletter and “Honestly” podcast, joins Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson, H. R. McMaster, and John Cochrane to discuss Joe Rogan's Spotify drama and Substack's role as journalistic haven, plus her belief that COVID restrictions constitute a “catastrophic and moral crime” upon the younger generation. Recorded February 15, 2022
What is industrial policy and what role has it played in trade, supply chains, free markets, and diplomacy? Adam Thierer takes us on a tour of the pitfalls and boondoggles that happen when government picks the winners and losers in American industry. Find out (most of) what you need to know about this important subject in less than 25 minutes - along with what happened to the flying cars we were promised! Adam Thierer is the Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He serves on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Artificial Intelligence Commission on Competitiveness, Inclusion, and Innovation. He is the author of "Permissionless Innovation: The Continuing Case for Comprehensive Technological Freedom" and "Evasive Entrepreneurs & the Future of Governance." Follow Adam on Twitter at @AdamThierer. Subscribe and follow to catch the latest episodes of Hold These Truths featuring thought leaders and legends like Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro, Bari Weiss, Jocko Willink, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and many more: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hold-these-truths-with-dan-crenshaw/id1498149200 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2BbbFyOBNTLpYDzUai6ta2?si=f8iPozsGQ5CjAAammAs29g Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dancrenshawtx/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/repdancrenshaw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RepDanCrenshaw
Highlights: “Let's Go Brandon is reportedly urging Trudeau to crush this convoy immediately and use all measures necessary, no matter how draconian.”“Bari Weiss gets it. I think she really gets it here; she recognizes that these protests are being fueled by a thoroughly justifiable sense among a substantial portion of the Canadian population that their concerns, their interests, their cares, their values have been at best totally and completely ignored and dismissed by the permanent political class or at worst those concerns and cares have been vilified and disparaged and denigrated and demonized. And they feel that way because that's precisely what woke politics does.”“This is our nation! This is our country, and we have every right to be heard as anyone else! We have every right to have our concerns, our cares, our values, our interests addressed and respected in the public square as anyone else in our nation. And we are not going to sit idly by and allow the discriminatory bigotries of woke politicians and media elite dictate to us what we can and cannot do without our concerns being taken into democratic account.”"This Freedom Convoy is a giant up yours to our woke elite and if those elite think stealing their fuel and freezing their monies is going to stop it, they are in for a very rude awakening.”Timestamps: [01:32] The latest in Ottawa - how the truckers have shut down a third border crossing into the US[02:45] How Give-Send-Go responded when an Ontario court tried to freeze the account for the truckers[03:55] On Biden's advice to Trudeau and how our permanent political class are reacting to the Freedom Convoy from how they reacted to race riots caused by BLM [07:50] How Bari Weiss is getting red-pilled and her latest article show what really are the concerns of the truckers [09:50] What woke politics does and how the people have had it with the trifecta of woke politics Resources: February is officially RINO HUNTING MONTH! Make sure to go to reportarino.com and report on the Republicans In Name Only that you want primaried this year! Let's make this the BEST MIDTERMS EVER!!!! It's time to CHANGE AMERICA and Here's YOUR OPPORTUNITY To Do Just That! https://change.turleytalks.com/Humiliated Trudeau Walks Out!!! Get your own MyPillow here. Enter my code TURLEY at checkout to get a DISCOUNT: https://www.mypillow.com/turleyPatriotSwitch.comSupport this channel. Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/What is CRT? Where does CRT come from? Download your FREE guide from Dr. Steve Turley and find out WHY Americans are turning against CRITICAL RACE THEORY!!! https://www.turleytalks.com/wokeBecome a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get your first week FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
This week's leftovers features an update on Sam and Omar's feelings about the Omarcron (it's sexier spelled this way. Go with it). They discuss Bari Weiss on Bill Maher talking about how liberals are over the pandemic, Omar craps on Joe Rogan's opinion of voter fraud, and the crew discuss favorite inside jokes with their best comic friends. -- All Regerts, a podcast about regrets, is a comedy podcast that delivers on a genuine, flagrant, and hilarious experience. In an era of fake likes and cloud-chasing, Omar Gonzalez, CPA, and Sam Noorani talk frankly about dumb actions we've done and said that make people feel rather (or super) lousy than make fun of them. We also take outside regrets found all over the news, forums and make fun of them. Sometimes we have guests, or it's just us two of us while sharing what we've learned from our regrets. Or like make fun of them. Whatevs. Live your life, man. Sam Noorani is a comic and writer based out of Austin, TX. She had written, and performed comedy in various locations, leaning towards the weird and ridiculous who performs in various Austin-based theatres. Omar Gonzalez, CPA, is working at a private non-profit entity. He resides in his adopted hometown of El Paso. Not El Paso, TX, because we are our own unique culture. Omar performed stand-up comedy in Austin for two years until the pandemic sent him back home to care for his immediate family. Omar is setting up his private CPA practice and planning a return to stand-up comedy. We will provide more info at a later date. – allregertspod Sam Noorani's links: Twitter: _urmomsmom_ Instagram: _urmomsmom_ See Sam's upcoming shows if she is in your area Mario Kart Tour ID: 636768394365 Omar Gonzalez, CPA's Links: Twitter: TheOmarGonzalez Instagram: omarallengonzalez
Sam and Emma host Mark Joseph Stern, staff writer at Slate, to discuss the potential nominees for Biden's SCOTUS pick. Then, Sam and Emma are joined by Annelle Sheline, Middle East research fellow at the Quincy Institute, to discuss the ongoing situation in Yemen. Mark Joseph Stern begins by situating Breyer's brief moment as the leader of the Liberal block as a failure to lead his collective in the midst of a serious shift to the right, looking at how his position since Ginsberg's passing has overseen a Conservative majority that is completely rewriting the rules of the Court. They dive into the contrast we see between Breyer and more activist justices like Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor, and how his role reflects the attitude of the Courts at the turn of the century, rather than the one he actually sits on, before looking at the impact this can have on the next couple decades of the legal system, particularly around paving a road for young lawyers looking to find a way to have a genuine impact on Constitutional Law. This, of course, leads them to the role of the Federalist Society in ensuring that Conservatives have a collective of dedicated legal scholars that sign on to an agenda from their entrance into the world of lawyering, which Stern contrasts effectively with the collection of judges supposedly up to fill Breyer's seat, including Ketanji Brown Jackson, Leondra Kruger, and Michelle Childs, looking to how the favorite of the Democratic corporatists, Childs, dedicated her legal career to anti-union litigation, whereas KBJ has shown a clear dedication to fighting for elements that are genuinely in the future of Democratic activism. They wrap up the interview by touching on the horrific SCOTUS decision that came forward on the Shadow Docket last night, in which Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett pushed through overturning a conservative court's decision to block Alabama's obviously racist redistricting, effectively undermining the only remaining element of the VRA. Next, Dr. Annelle Sheline joins as she, Sam, and Emma take on the recent developments with the US's involvement with Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen, and why Biden suddenly sees increased support of obviously-destructive intervention as good and viable, just a couple of years after Democrats successfully invoked a war powers resolution for Trump's very similar actions. Sam and Emma also touch on Matt Walsh's wildly disgusting and exploitative transphobic honeypot endeavor, and updates on Staten Island's Amazon unionization attempt. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma take on continuing censorship of anti–Israeli beliefs and support, particularly among teachers, and how totally crazy it is that the Bari Weiss's of the world haven't touched on it. MR fav Jenna then calls in to give some updates on the incredible euphoria and gender-affirmation she has found post-surgery, and the difficulties of the journey, Fred from the UK takes on his government's inflation talking points, and Sam from Minnesota lays the road to "stroads". Sam and Emma also touch on Team Youngkin going ad hominem on a High Schooler, Brian Kilmeade sends out his Fox beams to DT, and Worcester and Memphis see some union-busting reversions, plus, your calls and IMs! 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(00:00-8:10): Brian and Aubrey reacted to Roxanne Stone's Religion News Service article, “Facing trial, Brian Houston steps aside as global senior pastor of Hillsong.” (8:10-17:49): Are most people “done” with COVID-19? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and commented on the following articles: “Bari Weiss' decision to be 'done' with Covid is a slap in the face to health care workers” “Time to Accept Covid and Move On?” (17:49-28:00): Brian and Aubrey discussed the following articles: “White parents teach their children to be colorblind. Here's why that's bad for everyone” “Color Blindness Is Counterproductive: Many sociologists argue that ideologies claiming not to see race risk ignoring discrimination.” (28:00-37:00): Brian and Aubrey talked about the importance of International Holocaust Rememberance Day and shared their thoughts on the following stories: “Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert, 98, takes to TikTok to share her story” “Holocaust survivor, 102, meets nephew after thinking all family died in war” (37:00-53:00): Catherine McNiel, Author of “All Shall Be Well: Awakening to God's Presence in His Messy, Abundant World” and “Long Days of Small Things,” joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about her new book, “Fearing Bravely: Risking Love for Our Neighbors, Strangers, and Enemies.” You can order Catherine's book at Amazon or navpress.com, learn more about Catherine and her books at catherinemcniel.com, and connect with her on Twitter at @CatherineMcNiel (53:00-1:02:19): Brian and Aubrey reflected on Fia Curley's Churchleaders.com article, “How to Grow in Intimacy With God.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Covid truth finally breaks out (for those allowed to say it): Bari Weiss clip on Bill Maher's show goes viral. YouTube bans C&B, pulls down interview with Senator and Doctor Rand Paul. Democrats acknowledge crime wave, blame guns. YouTube's censorship in anti-American. New York Governor Hochul says masks don't negatively impact kids Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Are Democrats gearing up for a massive red wave? As midterm elections gets closer, NBC News anchor Chuck Todd gives warning to Democrats and predicts a “shellacking” in the 2022 midterm election. Is Chuck correct? White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki tries to blame the latest crime increase on “gun violence” and “underfunding of police.” She also explains to the press that “there is not an interring or a plan for any military evacuation,” as tension between Russia and Ukraine increases. Don Lemon reacts to Bari Weiss's recent comment on COVID, and Chad Prather has a unique rebuttal for CNN host Don Lemon. The Mars candy company decided to be “more inclusive” when it comes to M&M's by changing its mascots. Is Mars trying too hard to be relevant? Today's Sponsors: Right now, you can SAVE $50 off their 4-Week Kit that gives you breakfasts, lunches, dinners, drinks, and snacks – adding up to over TWO-THOUSAND CALORIES A DAY. All you have to do is go to http://PrepareWithChad.com to get your $50 savings. Your order will ship FAST and arrive at your door in unmarked boxes, for privacy. ScoreMaster technology was developed by credit data scientists to boost your credit score higher and faster than you though possible. ScoreMaster is so easy it takes about a minute to get started and you don't have to wait months for your best credit score! Try ScoreMaster for free and see how many plus points you can add to your credit score! Go to http://ScoreMaster.com/CHAD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of ABL Live, we covered a variety of topics including Neil Young attempting to strong-arm Spotify into censoring Joe Rogan, Bari Weiss saying the quiet part out loud about the virus that most Americans think, two women who slapped a black man on an elevator for not wearing a mask while shouting "Black Lives Matter", a teacher on TikTok who claims she was forced to identify as a cat, Joe Biden calling Peter Doocy of Fox News a "stupid s.o.b.", and much more!
Ravi, Cory, and Rikki begin with an alarming spike in crime in New York, including the fatal shooting of two NYPD officers this weekend. We go through new Mayor Eric Adams' plans to address gun violence and the nationwide rise in crime. Then we discuss the looming possibility of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, where the U.S. figures in and how Biden might respond going forward. Then we take a look at two major cases on college admissions before the Supreme Court and they could spell the end of affirmative action. Then we review the fault lines in the liberal debate around Covid restrictions, including Bari Weiss saying “I'm done” with the pandemic. Finally, we touch on the biggest issue facing America: the prospect of a less sexy green M&M. [1:26] NYC Crime [12:42] Ukraine vs. Russia [21:22] Supreme Court & Affirmative Action [31:00] Bari Weiss vs. Ritchie Torres [47:44] Sexy M&M's Subscribe to The Lost Debate's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3Gs5YTF LOST DEBATE ON SOCIAL: Follow Lost Debate Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lostdebate/ Like Lost Debate on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lostdebate Follow Lost Debate on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thelostdebate
In Hour 3, Chris talks about Bill Maher and Bari Weiss who outraged the left by saying they felt done with Covid, and dared to make jokes about it. Also we talk Ukraine and what Biden has done to weaken our stance and that of Europe For more coverage on the issues that matter to you download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 5:00am-9:00am Monday-Friday. To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this Tuesday edition of Bernie & Sid in the Morning, the guys celebrate the news that Governor Hochul's mask mandate was shot down by a New York judge yesterday, slain NYPD officer Jason Rivera's funeral coming up this Friday, President Biden calling Fox News reporter Peter Doocy a "stupid son of a bitch," leftist politicians and fake news hosts beginning to turn on Biden and his administration, Governor Hochul blaming crime on guns and not the criminals who shoot them, Bill Maher and Bari Weiss expressing their sickness of "covid derangement syndrome," Michael Avenatti taking aim at "stupid" Michael Cohen, transgender Jeopardy contestant Amy Schneider making game-show history, and Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg walking back on his essentially pro-crime memo. Stay tuned for an exclusive Bernie & Sid in the Morning interview conducted by owner of Red Apple Media John Catsimatidis with New York City Mayor Eric Adams. Also, make sure you don't miss another installment of The Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest.
THE THESIS: Twitter Bluechecks and so called journalists are trying to erase their support for the deadly, medically useless, politically motivated destruction of churches, small business and children's minds. THE SCRIPTURE: JOB 34: 21-25 21 “His eyes are on the ways of mortals; he sees their every step. 22 There is no deep shadow, no utter darkness, where evildoers can hide. 23 God has no need to examine people further, that they should come before him for judgment. 24 Without inquiry he shatters the mighty and sets up others in their place. 25 Because he takes note of their deeds, he overthrows them in the night and they are crushed. Proverbs 12: 19-23 19 Truth will last forever; lies are soon found out. 20 An evil mind is deceitful, but gentle thoughts bring happiness. 21 Good people never have trouble, but troublemakers have more than enough. 22 The Lord hates every liar, but he is the friend of all who can be trusted. 23 Be sensible and don't tell everything you know— only fools spread foolishness everywhere. THE NEWS: “Excited next year could mean vaccines!” - Bill Gates in December 2019 Thinking face It's almost like these people knew something big was coming… Earlier today I ran into some pro-vaccine protesters and I asked how many boosters they would be willing to take “As many as it takes, because I'm not a selfish bastard — if it takes 10, I'll take 10” Clay Travis: The most impressive thing about Bari Weiss on last night's Bill Maher is the wild applause after she finishes here. After two years the tides are turning, even for the left leaning people in this country when it comes to covid. "The CDC's announcement that previous infection offered more protection than vaccination against the Delta variant is likely to fuel calls to end vaccine mandates, particularly for individuals who've already been infected." Walensky realizes that saying "fully vaccinated" isn't resonating so well... so they're "pivoting" their language to say "up to date" -- that sound very scientific. THE MONOLOGUE: See … that's the history they want to HIDE. Here is the PRESENT they are currently denying. SHOCK: Pediatric Cardiologist Dr. Kirk Milhoan tells Dr. Robert Malone that MRI scans of elite vaccinated athletes show that 50% of them all have myocarditis even though most of then aren't experiencing the symptoms yet. Ivory Hecker: This letter shows a list of Texas Children's Pediatrics doctors who are now refusing to treat patients who are not fully vaccinated according to the CDC's definition of fully vaccinated. A lawsuit against Bill Gates, the Indian government and others, citing extensive case law, is attracting renewed scrutiny of Gates and his long-term, controversial involvement in India's vaccine program. RobertKennedyJr: "Every time you comply, you get weaker." Anti-”vaccine”-mandate truck convoy passing through Alberta on way to Ottawa WHERE WE TO MEET TODD:The Business Forum in Idaho See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catastrophic moral crimes …and more on today's CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. This is Toby Sumpter. Today is Tuesday, January 25, 2022. If you want to see more of this sort of thing, please consider joining the Fight Laugh Feast Club. For less than a few coffees a month, you can help us build a rowdy Christian media response to liberal legacy media, big tech, and build a Christian megaphone for the truth. Go to flfnetwork.com and click on “join the club.” OK one more thing: would please Like and share this show? Do it now so we can reach more people with the truth. Biden and His Team Have Been Trying to Mop Up Biden's Comments from Last Week Regarding the Possibility of a “Minor Incursion” from Russia: Play: 0:36-0:46 Then over the weekend, the US State Department issued a warning to US citizens to leave the country. Ukrainian President Sees No Imminent Russian Threat https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/christopherm51/russia-ukraine-angry-american-departures Ukrainians expressed confusion and anger Monday over Washington's decision to authorize the voluntary departure of government employees from Kyiv and order the mandatory withdrawal of family members of US embassy personnel. The decision announced by the Department of State cited the “threat of Russian military action.” The Ukrainians, however, have been more cautious in their assessment of the situation, with current and former national security and defense officials saying they don't recognize Russia's latest military buildup as anything out of the ordinary. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky “does not think there's any remotely imminent threat to Kyiv” at the moment, a source close to the president told BuzzFeed News on Monday, reacting to the partial US withdrawal. “The fact that the US was the first one to announce this” — this being the voluntary departures and mandatory withdrawals — “is extremely disappointing and quite frankly these Americans are safer in Kyiv than they are in Los Angeles ... or any other crime-ridden city in the US,” said the source. The source close to Zelensky said the president's office viewed the US move as “utterly ridiculous” and symbolic of what it views as “US inconsistency.” “On the one hand, [Washington tells Ukraine] how we should democratize. We stand with you. It's your right to determine to join the West. We will stand with you against Russian aggression,” the source said, mimicking messages of support from the US to Ukraine in the past. “Then Russia turns up the temperature and they're the first to leave.” The State Department and US Embassy didn't immediately return a request for comment. Zelensky has tried to keep Ukrainians calm and to avoid panic as warnings from Western governments reverberate in Kyiv. In a televised address to the nation last week, the president told his people, “What's new? Isn't this the reality for 8 years? Didn't the invasion start in 2014? Did the threat of a large-scale war appear only now? These risks existed…they haven't become bigger. The excitement around them has grown.” Ukraine's Foreign Ministry said it has noted the US decision but felt it was too soon. “While we respect right of foreign nations to ensure safety & security of their diplomatic missions, we believe such a step to be a premature one & an instance of excessive caution,” tweeted Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Oleh Nikolenko. “There is a lot of misinformation, manipulation, and fakes in the Ukrainian and international media to spread panic among Ukrainians and foreigners, scare business, undermine the economic and financial stability of our country. … It is important to soberly assess risks and remain calm,” he told the Interfax-Ukraine news agency. Another Ukrainian government official told BuzzFeed News that the US move risked causing confusion in Ukraine and could lead some people there to wonder whether their government is keeping information from them or downplaying the Russian threat. Next, I want to tell you about Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute. College is great! But it's not for everyone. Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute seeks to fill that gap. Their mission is to build kingdom culture in the workplace through their integrative program of worldview instruction and on-the-job skills training under the guidance of mentors. They offer courses in Bible, theology, and economics as well as business, project management, and marketing and more. They also provide their students with internships with business partners so they can learn and gain practical skills. You are invited to join their mission to provide Christians another educational opportunity. Together you can help students grow confident in their faith and competent in their labor. Visit them today at cornerstonework.org to learn more, to enroll, or to become one of their partners. Speaking of military build ups and incursions… minor or otherwise: Taiwan on Sunday reported the largest incursion since October by China's air force in its air defence zone, with the island's defence ministry saying Taiwanese fighters scrambled to warn away 39 aircraft in the latest uptick in tensions. Taiwan, which China claims as its own territory, has complained for more than a year of repeated missions by China's air force near the democratically governed island, often in the southwestern part of its air defence identification zone, or ADIZ, close to the Taiwan-controlled Pratas Islands. Taiwan calls China's repeated nearby military activities "grey zone" warfare, designed to both wear out Taiwan's forces by making them repeatedly scramble, and also to test Taiwan's responses. The latest Chinese mission included 34 fighters plus four electronic warfare aircraft and a single bomber, the Taiwan ministry said. The aircraft flew in an area to the northeast of the Pratas, according to a map the ministry provided. Taiwan sent combat aircraft to warn away the Chinese aircraft, while missile systems were deployed to monitor them, the ministry said. There was no immediate comment from China, which has in the past said such moves were drills aimed at protecting the country's sovereignty. While it was not clear what might have prompted China to carry out such a large-scale mission, U.S. and Japanese naval forces have been carrying out exercises in the Philippine Sea, a vast area that includes waters to the east of Taiwan. The U.S. Pacific Fleet said on Sunday those exercises included two carrier strike groups who were "conducting training to preserve and protect a free and open Indo Pacific". China has stepped up pressure on Taiwan to accept its sovereignty claims. Taiwan's government says it wants peace but will defend itself if attacked. Taiwan reported 148 Chinese air force planes in the southern and southwestern part of its air defence zone over a four-day period beginning on Oct. 1, the same day China marked a key patriotic holiday, National Day. Taiwan has reported almost daily Chinese air force forays into the same air space since then, but the number of planes on Sunday was the largest on a single day since the October incursions. No shots have been fired and the Chinese aircraft have not been flying in Taiwan's air space, but in its ADIZ, a broader area Taiwan monitors and patrols that acts to give it more time to respond to any threats. Now, don't hear this news as an unbeliever. REmember, we are Christians. Jesus is Lord of heaven and earth, and not one square inch is outside of King Jesus' sovereign control, even Chinese fighter jets. A big part of me doubts that we are actually on the verge of World War 3 as some folks are saying. It's possible, I suppose, but I think the invasions are far more likely to happen slowly, gradually, virtually, electronically, and culturally. As a nation, America is far more like Soviet Russia and Communist China now than we were 30, 40, 50 years ago. And that is because we have rejected Christ. We have rejected the Bible. But the thing I want to note is that Jesus has not been stymied in the slightest. His Kingdom is advancing every day. So just as a fun thought experiment. If America doesn't repent and we continue on this same suicidal binge. It would not surpise me at all that Jesus doesn't send the Chinese or the Russians or some Muslim nation in to humiliate us militarily. While that doesn't seem immanent, if we keep putting pregnant women and sodomites in our cockpits, it might be sooner than we realize. Or maybe, we keep slowly sinking into the cesspool of sexual debauchery, and China just waltzes in here one day with 5G or something and our drunk and senile government just hands them the keys to the country. That's basically how Rome fell. But consider this: what if Christianity continues to explode as it has been in China? What if right at about that moment of conquering America, the president of China converts to Christ? And China proclaims itself a Christian republic? Don't think that could happen? Do you remember Constantine? Alfred the Great? It's happened before. And regardless of what happens, we should watching the news, thinking, and praying like Christians. Whatever is happening, it is happening under the sovereign rule of Jesus Christ, and He will reign until all of His enemies have become his footstool. We have our work cut out for us, but it should be really exciting to watch. If you're not sure where to even begin, I have just the thing for you: the Christ Church Missions Conference is coming up in just a few weeks on Feb. 4-5. The theme this year is: As the Waters Cover the Sea. Go to Christkirk.com and click on events to find the schedule and to register. The conference is free, but there is a $10 option for those who would like to purchase lunch. The gospel is good news for all people, in all lands, at all times. But Christians in the West are often unsure of how to share the gospel with their fellow Westerners; and they are even more stumped by how to share the good news with those from very different cultures and religions. The 2022 Christ Church Missions Conference is intended to help answer those questions, while equipping the saints where they are to be ready to share the word with not only their neighbor but the foreigner in their midst as well. Speakers will include: James Rayment who ministers to Muslims in Seattle, Francis Foucachon who ministered for many years in France, Csaba Leidenfrost a Wycliffe Translator and missionary to Ivory Coast, Africa, and Douglas Wilson, pastor of Christ Church. Go to Christkirk.com and click on events to find out more and register today. More and more cracks are appearing in the liberal statists narrative. Even Lesbian Liberals like Bari Weiss are calling it a pandemic of bureaucracy, as she did recently on Bill Maher: Play She is of course wrong that we didn't have the data on cloth masks two years ago. But welcome about, ma'am, welcome to the land of sanity and truth. You know, when you hear the truth like this outloud, especially on mainstream, liberal media, you really should give thanks to the Lord. 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6 de noviembre | Nueva YorkHola, maricoper. Padres enfurecidos.El podcast de La Wikly también está disponible en iTunes, Spotify y iVoox.Añade el podcast a tu plataforma favorita haciendo click en el botón “Listen in podcast app” que aparece justo debajo del reproductor.Apoya el proyecto periodístico independiente de La Wikly con una suscripción premium que incluye tres newsletters extra a la semana, acceso a nuestra comunidad privada de Discord y eventos exclusivos para los maricopers premium:Leer esta newsletter te llevará 10 minutos y 40 segundos.Tenemos tienda. Cómpranos cosas. Bienvenido a La Wikly.Lo importante: las derrota demócratas en las elecciones a gobernador en Virginia han presentado un panorama desolador para el partido de cara a las elecciones de medio mandato de 2022, unas en la que se juegan sus mayorías en el Capitolio.¿Por qué? Los republicanos parecen haber encontrado el campo de batalla perfecto para ganar elecciones: las juntas escolares.Explícamelo: el movimiento conservador en Estados Unidos lleva meses centrando esfuerzos y recursos con tal de llevar la conflagración política a los organismos que administran los colegios públicos del país.Aprovechando los cierres de colegios durante la pandemia y las guerras culturales que abruman el ecosistema mediático de EE. UU., Virginia ha probado ser el laboratorio perfecto para definir un mensaje republicano ganador de cara a las elecciones del año que viene.Contexto: en EE. UU., la mayoría de colegios públicos se enmarcan en distritos escolares que son administrados por juntas generalmente independientes a los poderes locales, estatales y federales, aunque financiados e influenciados por ellos.Es decir, un distrito escolar está operado por una junta electoral formada por miembros que en su gran mayoría son elegidos por constituyentes al nivel local, pero reciben dinero de la administración pública.Por tanto, a veces tienen que adscribirse a políticas concretas para conseguir financiación.⚠️ Vuelve a leer“Junta electoral formada por miembros que en su gran mayoría son elegidos por constituyentes al nivel local”.Es decir, elecciones locales para elegir a candidatos que después administrarán decenas o incluso centenares de colegios públicos.En Virginia, el republicano Glenn Youngkin empezó su campaña a gobernador sin tener demasiado claro qué mensaje destacar. En aquellos inicios, lo único importante era saber mantener las distancias con Donald Trump, una figura detestada en las zonas residenciales ricas del norte del estado —los llamados suburbs.El norte del estado es clave porque incluye algunos de los condados más poblados de Virginia. Es el llamado Beltway a las afueras de Washington D.C., con lo que hay una destacada población blanca adinerada, muchos de ellos con estudios universitarios.Estrategia: Youngkin y sus asesores sabían que para ganar Virginia necesitaban motivar a la base de votantes de Trump, generalmente en las zonas rurales y con menos recursos (casi todo lo rojo del mapa de arriba), y convencer a los suburbs ricos de que los demócratas habían volado demasiado cerca del sol.Y ahí los republicanos dieron con una frustración nacida en tiempos pandémicos: el cierre continuado de colegios incluso cuando la ciencia no lo justificaba.⚠️ Ejercicio de empatíaPiénsalo: la mayoría de estudiantes en el norte de Virginia se pasaron un año sin clases presenciales. Eso implicaba padres que debían apartar sus trabajos, algo que