In this episode, Stephen A., Dan Orlovsky, and a very excited Michael Irvin talk about the statement the Cowboys made in their blowout win over the Vikings yesterday. The crew debates which player is having a more impressive season: Patrick Mahomes or Tyreek Hill? After a poor performance from Zach Wilson in a loss to the Patriots, the crew discusses next steps for the Jets, including whether or not Wilson should be benched. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Virginia woman said an impromptu stop at a 7-Eleven store led to her winning a $250,000 Powerball prize. Meanwhile, according to a new study, binge drinking is to blame for 20% of the deaths of American adults between the ages of 20 and 49 over a recent four-year period. Plus, a couple lost their jobs as teachers after it was discovered they had a page on OnlyFans. Garrforce t-shirts and coffee mugs are now available by going to "Merchandise" on the website. Your purchase of these items is what keeps the podcast going. Plus, you can always email me email@example.com or leave a text or voicemail at 773-888-2157 Thank you in advance!
Guests: Shruthi Mahalingaiah, assistant professor of environmental reproductive and women's health, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthTamarra James-Todd, Mark and Catherine Winkler associate professor of environmental reproductive epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthVisit our website to learn more about our guests, and to find a full transcript.Credits:Host/producer: Anna Fisher-PinkertThe Better Off team: Kristen Dweck, Elizabeth Gunner, Stephanie Simon, and Ben WallaceAudio engineering and sound design: Kevin O'ConnellAdditional research: Kate Becker
The Red Wave that Wasn't. We avoided the worst. And now we promise we will stop talking about politics so much. After this episode. We are relieved and we are ever vigilant because you are never more than 2 years away from the most important election of your life.
The guys talk about Taylor Swift adding more dates to the LA leg of her show at SoFi Stadium and Kap says he wants to go! Plus, Kap asks D'Marco who is playing QB for the Rams on Sunday. Tonight USC faces Colorado and tomorrow UCLA takes on Arizona - will they both win this weekend and set up for a big game against eachother next weekend? Plus, D'Marco ran into a Kings player on his way in to the studio earlier today, and he talks about what happened. The guys swipe left or right in Radio Tinder. Picks Against The Spread for Week 10. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dave thinks the Mets are better off not resigning Jacob deGrom and looking elsewhere this offseason. It's time for a football frenzy, and a bunch of your Met calls. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris and Rob explain why the Brooklyn Nets made the right decision to promote Jacque Vaughn to be their next head coach rather than hire Ime Udoka, discuss the notion that the Nets would be better without Kyrie Irving, share their thoughts on the 35-year feud between Isiah Thomas and Michael Jordan, and take a trip out to Shekel City for Rob's nightly bets. Plus, Super Bowl champion and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Greg Jennings swings by to discuss why he views the Minnesota Vikings as a legitimate Super Bowl contender, his issue with the Jeff Saturday hire by the Indianapolis Colts, why the next 3 games are make-or-break for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today is Election Day 2022 in the US. The boys are pissed and they are not holding back. .Recorded on election eve, Paul and Steve lay out the two important things about this year's US congressional election. Human Rights and Democracy. The GOP is not just threatening but have already begun to dismantle the rights of people with a uterus, queer people, and people of color. This has been their unashamed platform, not the opinion of a couple over protective dads. Also on their platform? Discarding votes if Republicans don't win. They have not only threatened but have begun to dismantle the votes of millions of people with whom they disagree. So, anyway, if you are on the right, prepare to be pissed. If you are on the left, prepare to cheer and still be pissed. If you are in the radical center, prepare to be yelled at and ridiculed. The gloves are off with this one. Listen. Then, go vote if you haven't already. "We are never more than 2 years away from the most important election of our lives" - unknown “To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.” – Nelson Mandela
This week on Antiwar Radio, Scott talks with retired Colonel Douglas Macgregor about the war in Ukraine. From the beginning, Macgregor has been very critical of the Biden Administration's myopic insistence on escalation. Now, it appears that a divide has broken out within Washington about how much further the U.S. and NATO can go. Scott and Macgregor discuss this evolving dynamic and reflect on all the missed chances for peace that would have left Ukraine with more territory and fewer lives lost. Now, with what appears to be a massive Russian offensive in the works, Macgregor says the west must put an end to the war as soon as possible. Discussed on the show: “Playing at War in Ukraine” (The American Conservative) “It's Time to Bring Russia and Ukraine to the Negotiating Table” (New York Times) “Will Biden Gamble on a Ukraine Coalition?” (The American Conservative) Scott's interview with Lyle Goldstein Why is Ukraine the West's Fault? Featuring John Mearsheimer Douglas Macgregor, Col. (ret.) is a senior fellow with The American Conservative, the former advisor to the Secretary of Defense in the Trump administration, a decorated combat veteran, and the author of five books. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; and Thc Hemp Spot. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Download Episode. This week on Antiwar Radio, Scott talks with retired Colonel Douglas Macgregor about the war in Ukraine. From the beginning, Macgregor has been very critical of the Biden Administration's myopic insistence on escalation. Now, it appears that a divide has broken out within Washington about how much further the U.S. and NATO can go. Scott and Macgregor discuss this evolving dynamic and reflect on all the missed chances for peace that would have left Ukraine with more territory and fewer lives lost. Now, with what appears to be a massive Russian offensive in the works, Macgregor says the west must put an end to the war as soon as possible. Discussed on the show: “Playing at War in Ukraine” (The American Conservative) “It's Time to Bring Russia and Ukraine to the Negotiating Table” (New York Times) “Will Biden Gamble on a Ukraine Coalition?” (The American Conservative) Scott's interview with Lyle Goldstein Why is Ukraine the West's Fault? Featuring John Mearsheimer Douglas Macgregor, Col. (ret.) is a senior fellow with The American Conservative, the former advisor to the Secretary of Defense in the Trump administration, a decorated combat veteran, and the author of five books. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; and Thc Hemp Spot. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.
It's voting season! And so we need to ask ourselves as we look at our ballot, "are we really better off, or is it time for change?" Because that's what voting does- it brings change. So listen to us talk about the need to vote, to live and vote in accordance with our faith, and hear a rare RANT by George. Get out there and VOTE!SHOW NOTESVoting Options in San Diego Fox News - Biden suggests voting for Republicans is a threat to democracyMusic "Montage" by Lee Rosevere, from FreeMusicArchive.org Licensed under CC BY 2.0 Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org@HeadlineTheo
40 million American homes cook their meals with natural gas. But most people don't think of the little blue flame on their gas range as the end of a very long natural gas pipeline. New research shows that gas stoves pollute our indoor air, but Americans have yet to embrace alternatives, like induction stoves. In this episode, Better Off asks: When it comes to our health, are we better off giving up on natural gas?Guests: Drew Michanowicz, senior scientist, PSE Healthy EnergyBrady Seals, manager, Carbon-free Buildings Program, RMIJon Kung, chefVisit our website to learn more about our guests, and to find a full transcript.Credits:Host/producer: Anna Fisher-PinkertThe Better Off team: Kristen Dweck, Elizabeth Gunner, Stephanie Simon, and Ben WallaceAudio engineering and sound design: Kevin O'ConnellAdditional research: Kate Becker
Chris and Rob explain why the Brooklyn Nets are better off moving forward without Steve Nash as their head coach, reveal the NFL Week 8 edition of Parker's Power Rankings, and take a trip out to Shekel City for Rob's nightly bets. Plus, former NFL offensive lineman and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Ephraim Salaam to discuss why Aaron Rodgers has to be frustrated with the Green Bay Packers' front office, what the addition of Christian McCaffrey means for the San Francisco 49ers, and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Every dad knows about food. What's good? What's not good? What did we eat back in the day? What are our kids eating nowadays? Paul and Steve decided we needed a little break from all the seriousness so they chatted about pizza burgers, soy burgers, eating cake with chopsticks, and the perks of being the child of school staff.
Every dad's goal is to raise a safe, healthy, happy, independent kid. But what happens when you get there? Steve has questions and Paul has answers. Paul has two kids over the 18 mark and Steve is about to have his first cross that magical, arbitrary age. So, what do you do? How do you handle it? 1. Each kid is different, so you have to tailor the rules to that kid's needs 2. General rule for while they are still in the house: you are the landlord and they are the tenant. Rent may not be money but it may be pulling their own weight. Adhering to a curfew may be just respecting the other tenants. Use your imagination. 3. The circle of "outside the house" has been growing since they first had an overnight. When they turn 18, it just takes another wide step. They've been preparing for this and you've been preparing for this. This week's book suggestion: Get Out of My Life, but First Could You Drive Me & Cheryl to the Mall: A Parent's Guide to the New Teenager by Anthony E. Wolf
In this edition of Locked on Capitals Dan talks about Connor McMichael and where does he fit into this Capitals lineup? His belief is that if Connor doesn't see consistent playing time, that he would be better off in Hershey where he can get some regular playing time. Later in the show Dan talks about Alex Ovechkin and his somewhat slow start to the season. What can we expect out of Alex this season? He's chasing Gordie Howe and Wayne Gretzky. How many goals will he score this year? In the last segment Dan talks about the Capitals defense. John Carlson is the only Capitals defenseman under contract after next year. Dimitry Orlov is a dynamic two way defenseman. Where does he fit into the Capitals future? Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pastor Josh kicks off our new series Confronting Christianity with an age-old question, what's the big deal with religion, and why do we need it?Follow us online - @thebannerchurch on Facebook and @banner.church on Instagram.Watch full services anytime on our YouTube channel - youtube.com/c/BannerChurchOnlineGive online: banner.church/giveThanks for listening. Be sure to subscribe so you get notified every time we update our podcast. We post new episodes every Wednesday. For more information, visit our website at banner.church today. We'll see you next week.
What makes a healthy home? In 2022, that question feels more important than ever. What are the right foods to eat? The least-toxic shampoos and sunscreens? The best way to prevent loneliness while working from home? On Season 2 of the Better Off podcast, we'll look at the research behind some of those big questions. We'll also ask what happens to our health when “home” is a tent encampment, or a 6x9 solitary jail cell.Through six new episodes, host Anna Fisher-Pinkert will talk to leading public health experts about the questions she's had on her mind as a health communicator, a mom, and a person with more than a little skepticism about the things our culture tells us are “healthy.”Better Off: Home starts November 2. Subscribe to get episodes as soon as they drop. Visit hsph.me/better-off to learn more about this season.
Liz Peek is a Fox News contributor. Democrats beware, a red wave is coming because voters know they're not better off since Biden took office
Hour 1 - 00:00 - Carson Wentz has a broken finger and will be getting xrays Monday night 18:58 - Are the Commanders actually better off with 31:41 - Do you want Heinicke or Howell to fill in for Wentz?
Kyle Worley and Rebecca McLaughlin explore the question, are we better off without religion?Questions Covered in This Episode:Is America, in general, more religious than the UK?Would you say the perception of religion among non-believers is generally positive or negative?The change in 2005-2008 range, do you think the atheist tones were driving how people were thinking?Is there data around the psychological benefits of religious practice?What do you say when someone says: Religion is the cause of wars, bloodshed, and injustice? Religion hurts people…?Is religion bad or good? Why?Is there a benefit to religious worldviews abounding in the world whether they are Christian or not?Would you be comfortable describing yourself as a religious person?Are we better off without religion?Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Matthew 16:24-26“God Is Not Great” by Christopher HitchensHuman Flourishing Program at Harvard's Institute for Quantitative Social Science“Klara and the Sun” by Kazuo IshiguroAmazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Training the Church.Follow Us:Instagram | TwitterOur Sister Shows:Knowing Faith | The Family Discipleship PodcastConfronting Christianity is a podcast of Training the Church. For ad-free episodes and more content check out our Patreon.
As we continue to dive into the American Family Survey put together by BYU and the Deseret News, we take a look at the faith in the American dream. It is reported that fewer Americans today believe they are better off than their parents were at their age. Today 40% feel they are better off, compared to the 19080's and 19090's at 70%-80%. However, black Americans are more likely than other to say life will be better for their children than themselves. Dave and Debbie go through the survey and take listener calls. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the awful Thursday Night Football game that the Colts won 12-9 over the Broncos in overtime. Would the Bears be better off now with Russell Wilson -- whom they pursued in 2021 -- instead of Justin Fields at quarterback? Later, the crew held its week-in-review segment in which great guests previewed the Bears-Vikings matchup and shared their predictions.
Part One of the Good Morning Football Podcast begins with hosts Jamie Erdahl, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager, and Super Bowl Champion Jason McCourty sharing which player in the Broncos-Colts matchup steps up on Thursday Night Football. Then, they play a game of mixed bag trivia which includes a question about you picked off Brett Favre in the Giants-Packers playoff game. Part one of the GMFB podcast finishes up with a discussion about success for the Seattle Seahawks without Russell Wilson.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MOATS is an alternative media internet sensation. Hosted by former MP and master speaker George Galloway, each week he discusses the biggest stories not in the news with the best independent journalists in the world. This week's guests include:Author of Bombs for Peace: NATO's Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia, George Szamuley on NATO and the NordStream2 incidentFleet Street Legend Martin R. Jay on Trussenomics and the new PM Liz Trusses battle to keep her jobMiddle Eastern Political Analyst Eisa Ali on the Iran protests and the potential coup of regime changeGet the episode early at Patreon: patreon.com/georgegalloway as well as my audiobooks and every podcast episode so far!My YouTube show "The Galloway Show" - LIVE on YouTube every Wednesday from 10pm BST"The Mother of all Talk Shows" is broadcast live every Sunday 7pm GMT on YouTube. MOATS is the open university of the airwaves to millions of people all over the world @moatstv Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
HOUR 1 Wiggy and Gresh lead the show minus Keefe today as we get set for a full slate of week 4 NFL action. They talk the injuries the Patriots are dealing with heading into their game vs the Packers, the mind games of rumors swirling Mac Jones could play, the game plan and the mess that is Fantasy Football with a ton of injuries all over the league. What's Trending (14:11)
Rory Cellan-Jones talks to leading economists Diane Coyle, Jacques Crémer and Jean Tirole, about why productivity growth has slowed in spite of immense technological progress and what policy can do about it.This episode unravels the impact of digitalisation on economic growth and its implications for policy. Leading economists discuss the productivity puzzle, why regulating Big Tech is so difficult, the threats of mass surveillance, and what policymakers can do to address these challenges. This episode is hosted by Rory Cellan-Jones (former technology correspondent for the BBC), and features guest experts Professor Diane Coyle (Bennett Institute for Public Policy), Professor Jacques Crémer (Toulouse School of Economics) and Professor Jean Tirole (Toulouse School of Economics – International Advanced Study in Toulouse). Listen to this episode on your preferred podcast platform: https://pod.fo/e/14406bSeason 2 Episode 1 transcript: https://www.bennettinstitute.cam.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/CC-S2-EP1-transcript.pdf For more information about the podcast and the work of the institutes, visit our websites at https://www.bennettinstitute.cam.ac.uk/ and https://www.iast.fr/.Tweet us with your thoughts at @BennettInst and @IASToulouseWith thanks to:Audio production by Steve Hankey.Podcast editing by Stella Erker. More information about our guests:Professor Diane Coyle is the Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. She co-directs the Bennett Institute where she heads the themes of progress and productivity, and researches the digital economy and economic measurement. Diane is also a Director of the Productivity Institute, and a Fellow of the Office for National Statistics. Professor Jacques Crémer received his undergraduate degree from the Ecole Polytechnique in 1971, a SM in Management and a PhD in economics, both from MIT, in 1973 and 1977. He has held appointments at the University of Pennsylvania and the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. His current research interests are the economics of organization, the economics of the Internet and of the software industries, as well as contract theory.Professor Jean Tirole is honorary chairman of the Foundation JJ Laffont-Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), and scientific director of TSE-Partnership. He is also affiliated with MIT, where he holds a visiting position, and the Institut de France. Professor Tirole's research covers industrial organization, regulation, finance, macroeconomics and banking, and psychology-based economics. Rory Cellan-Jones is a former technology correspondent for the BBC. His 40 years in journalism saw him take a particular interest in the impact of the internet and digital technology on society and business. He has written multiple books, including his latest “Always On” which was published in 2021.
Full show notes and photos here: allthroughalens.com On this episode, we're getting literary, sort of. We'll be talking to Ariela Badenas about her photography and her new book There Is Nothing Remarkable About This Place. We'll then be hitting the traveling fair circuit to talk about Susan Meiselas and her project from the mid 70s – Carnival Strippers. We've also got the answering machine question and a couple of zine reviews! We open with Vania talking about some hard times and some good times too. She also pinpoints the fun part about film photography. Meanwhile, Eric talks about his bad photo weekend full of bad photos. And guess who dropped his camera. Also, according to math, it's our three year anniversary. Ariela Badenas If you've listened to our podcast more than a couple of times, you'll recognize the name: Ariela Ba-DEN-as, aka Arielaaaaaaa! She's just published her first book, There is Nothing Remarkable About this Place. We just as much fun as we thought we'd have talking to her. Buy her book! https://www.arielab.ca/shop IG: @arielaaaaaaaa Web: https://www.arielab.ca/ Here are a few of the photos that we talked about from her book: Carnival Strippers By the 1960s, every traveling carnival had one or more strip shows going on towards the back of the fair grounds all through the night. They reached their apex in the mid-1970s, just when photographer Susan Meiselas was beginning her career. Susan Meiselas was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1949. She received her Masters from Harvard studying under documentary photographer Barbara Norfleet. It was her first and only photography course. Susan began this three-year-long adventure in 1973. She brought with her the self-awareness that she was the outsider. Her upbringing and Harvard education placed her essentially in a different class from the women she was photographing. She even admitted that it was her “first real experience with the working class.” Growing up, Maiselus had the privilege of choices. What she found at the carnival were often women who had few. Regardless, Susan approached the workers without the desire to exploit them or glorify them. She photographed and recorded them as they were, and as they wanted to be photographed and recorded. This was in many ways a collaboration with the workers. She gained their trust by simply being herself and allowing them to express the same. Her photographs are not sentimental or contrived. There is no hint of the “male gaze” from her camera (only from the men she also photographed). On this piece, we essentially review and look at the book (and project) Carnival Strippers, recently released in its third edition. Here are a very few of the photos we can show you… Zine Review! We seem to review a new issue of Better Off every couple of episodes. And while they're all pretty special, this one hits home. It's Better Off #7 by Brandy B, who's been a guest of ours on a couple of different episodes. Brandy is, of course @film_diary_of_a_redhead on IG. And this zine features all halfframe diptychs. For those that don't know, a half frame is just that – half of a 35mm frame. There are an assortment of cameras that shoot that format. This gives you double the photos per roll, turning a 36 exposure roll into an incredibly unwieldy 72 exposures. What Brandy does with this is a little different. She pairs photos as she shoots, scanning both together as one photo with two images side by side, separated by a black frame. This allows for a bit of creative juxtaposition or contextualization that would otherwise be… not impossible, but slightly less convenient. Web: https://betteroffzine.com/ PATREON Thank you to everyone who supports us! Check out our Patreon for bonus episodes, extended interviews, early drops. Tons of stuff! patreon.com/allthroughalens THE CREDITS OF ENDING Music by Last Regiment of Syncopated Drummers Vania: IG, Flickr, Zines Eric: IG, Flickr, Zines, ECN-2 Kit All Through a Lens: IG, Website, Patreon, Spotify Playlists
Paul and Steve take up the serious topic of how to keep your kids safe and how to teach them to keep themselves safe in an unsafe world. Reminder: if you feel like saying something to my son in a truck stop bathroom, you always have the option of keeping your mouth shut. One MAGA trucker found out the hard way that speaking vile filth in real life has consequences. He went full on snowflake faster than I could turn my cap backwards.
What is wrong with healthcare in our society? Like most problems, the issues are systemic and require systemic solutions. Paul and Steve discuss how to make sure you and your kids get the right care when you can't rely on the system to operate in the best interest of the patients.
Gilberto believes he's to blame for Joe Burrow's shakey play to start the year and Dan in Daygo refuses to buy Tua Tagovailoa stock. Also, Vic, the Producer, is fed up with the Raiders' coaches and Fernando probably didn't even watch football this weekend. This episode of Compas on the Beat has it all, from Bad Bunny concert stories to Week 2 NFL takeaways. TIMESTAMPSWhat's Up, Bro: Fernando attends the Bad Bunny concert (2:55)Compas on the NFL Beat: What's wrong with Joe Burrow? (10:54)NFL rapid fire: Lamar vs. Tua showdown (23:45)Week 3 NFL game picks with Kirk, the one-eyed cat (42:33)Burial of the Week: NFL's lazy “Por La Cultura” campaign (48:11)Avocado Roast: More Cobra Kai talk! (54:00)Una Mas: More Bad Bunny stories to annoy Gilberto (1:02:10)SUBSCRIBE TO THE YOUTUBE CHANNELSCombat CompasWhat's Up BoltsHouse of HornsFOLLOW THE COMPAS ON SOCIAL Instagram: @compasonthebeatTwitter: @CompasOTB Twitter: @gmanzano24Twitter: @realframirezRun The Replay PodcastThe #1 source for NBA Top Shot & NFL All Day strategy, analysis, and news.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Monday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Trey Lance is out for the season and the Niners are in a better position with Jimmy G. Tua throws 6TD's in a comeback win against the Ravens but he'll forever be unfairly compared to Josh Allen. All AFC North teams lose and the Lions impress vs the Commanders. Plus Herm Edwards is out at Arizona State and a 25-leg parlay on ICYMI.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Casey Stern of the Bleav network joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the Braves chances of winning the NL East, would it be better for their postseason chances if they were the wildcard and has Aaron Judge locked up the MVP?
[00:30] Fake Bromance (17 minutes) At Barack Obama's presidential portrait unveiling yesterday, he congratulated Joe Biden, saying “the country is better off than when you took office.” But by every measure—inflation, taxes, national spending, energy costs, national unity, geopolitical standing—the country is much worse off today. Obama said the quiet part out loud when he congratulated some of his former staff members who now work in the Biden administration and “are now in charge and running the show.” These comments come at the same time as the release of The Long Alliance: The Imperfect Union of Joe Biden and Barack Obama, which exposes the fake friendship between the two men. [17:30] Democrats Prepare to Block Trump in 2024 (9 minutes) Democrats are trying to figure out a way to put a bullet in Donald Trump's political career, preventing him from running in 2024 by branding him an “insurrectionist.” [26:40] Big Pharma: Nothing to See Here (19 minutes) At a recent rally, Joe Biden exclaimed, “We beat pharma this year!”—the day before announcing the release of Big Pharma's new annual coronavirus vaccine. At the same time, the UK has rolled back coronavirus vaccine requirements for children ages 5 to 11; the UK government also quietly edited its website to state that the vaccine may not be safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women. Young, fit and athletic people are dropping dead across the world in astonishing numbers, but Big Pharma wants you to believe that “correlation is not causation.” [45:30] Fight the Good Fight of Faith (10 minutes) In today's faithless world, the Bible exhorts us to fight the good fight of faith. True Christianity is a daily battle, but it is a good fight—a battle to hold fast to the precious truth we have been given.
The Browns moved on from Baker Mayfield this offseason, but it's left them in a pickle for 2022. They have to play 11 games without their new franchise quarterback, Deshaun Watson. Would they be better off, for this season only, with off-field issues out of the discussion, with the Jacoby Brissett-Deshaun Watson split or Baker Mayfield starting 17 games? That's one of the questions our Football Insider subscribers had for Mary Kay Cabot in the Hey, Mary Kay! edition of the podcast. They also had questions about the leash on Brissett, the importance of the first four games, players we're not talking enough about on offense and defense and more. Are you a die-hard Browns fan? Join us for a free live Orange and Brown Talk Podcast on Sept. 7 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., in person! Hear from cleveland.com sportswriters as they discuss the upcoming season, hot topics and special team analysis. This event has limited seats available. Get your tickets at: https://musicboxcle.com/event/orange-and-brown-talk/ Want to get involved in Football Insider? Click here for more info and to sign up. Music credit: Ice Flow by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3898-ice-flow License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Guests: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, George Conway, Steve Kornacki, Robert DraperJoe Biden spikes the ball and signs a bill. Tonight: Actual reason for hope and optimism as a historic climate and healthcare bill becomes law. Then, Team Trump sets its sights on confidential sources. I'll talk to George Conway on the fight over unsealing the FBI affidavit. Plus. Robert Draper on the anti-democratic forces advancing state by state. And Steve Kornacki at the big board for election night in America.