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Democracy Paradox
Kim Lane Scheppele on Hungary, Viktor Orbán, and its Democratic Decline

Democracy Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 49:36


So, I came back from that trip and said to one of my good friends back in Budapest, ‘I think I've met the most dangerous person I've ever met personally.' And she said, ‘Oh Viktor, he's nothing. He's like a kid. He's in his thirties.' I mean, he was an aspiring politician at this point. His party was at the bottom of the polls. It didn't look like he had any future. And I said, ‘No, this guy has something. It's hard to define what it is, but we're going to be hearing from him.'Kim Lane ScheppeleSupport Democracy Paradox on Patreon for bonus episodes, ad free episodes and exclusive updates and information. Kim Lane Scheppele is the Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs and the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University.Key HighlightsIntroduction - 0:50Kim Lane Scheppele meets Viktor Orbán - 2:45Viktor Orbán as Prime Minister 1998-2002 - 9:21Hungary Changes its Constitution 15:56Orbán Undermines Democracy Legally - 26:32Why do Voters Support Orbán and Fidesz - 41:48Key LinksLearn more about Kim Lane Scheppele"How Viktor Orbán Wins" by Kim Lane Scheppele in the Journal of Democracy9/11 and the Rise of Global Anti-Terrorism Law: How the UN Security Council Rules the World edited by Kim Lane Scheppele and Arianna VedaschiDemocracy Paradox PodcastMoisés Naím on the New Dynamics of Political PowerStephan Haggard and Robert Kaufman on Democratic BackslidingMore Episodes from the PodcastMore InformationDemocracy GroupApes of the State created all MusicEmail the show at jkempf@democracyparadox.com Follow on Twitter @DemParadox100 Books on DemocracyThe Proffitt PodcastThe podcast that shows you tips & strategies to create content with confidence!Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Tout un monde - La 1ere
A Budapest, fin du festival Sziget alors que la Hongrie est rongée par l'inflation

Tout un monde - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 4:46


Tout un monde - La 1ere
Tout un monde - Présenté par Patrick Chaboudez

Tout un monde - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 23:51


Au sommaire: En Afghanistan, alors que les filles n'ont plus le droit d'aller à l'école, des classes clandestines subsistent dans les campagnes; Il y a un an les talibans prenaient le pouvoir et une écolière survivait à un attentant à la bombe dans son école, à quoi ressemble la vie depuis; l'Inde et le Pakistan obtiennent leur indépendance en 1947 mais cela s'accompagne de l'exil massif des musulmans vers le Pakistan et hindous et sikhs vers l'Inde, témoignage; Après 3ans d'interruption, le festival Sziget se termine à Budapest mais a dû se serrer la ceinture à cause de l'inflation record.

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
Second time as forced

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 22:50 Very Popular


Citizens armed only with Molotov cocktails battle with Russian tanks on the streets of… Budapest.  In November of 1956 Russian troops invaded Hungary. The revolution was crushed and thousands of Hungarians fled. Will history repeat itself? We talk with Réka Pigniczky about her memory project, a film series dedicated to the Hungarian revolution. Also: Branko Marcetic compares America's response to the events of 1956 with our current posturing over the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Sláger FM
"Egy előadóművésznek kutya kötelessége a legmagasabb szinten szórakoztatnia" / Buda Gábor és S. Miller András a Sláger KULT-ban

Sláger FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 52:02


Buda Gábor az Alma együttes vezetője azt mondja, egyrészt utálja a jelzőket, a "sztár" és a "celeb" kifejezésektől egyenesen falra mászik. A Sláger KULT-ban amellett, hogy S. Miller Andrásnak hivatása lélektanáról is mesélt, elárulta: rém egyszerű a dolog, mert egy előadóművésznek kutya kötelessége a legmagasabb szinten szórakoztatnia a publikumot.# A Sláger FM-en minden este 22 órakor a kultúráé a főszerep. S. Miller András az egyik oldalon, a másikon pedig a térség kiemelkedő színházi, kulturális, zenei szcena résztvevői. Egy óra Budapest és Pest megye aktuális kult történeteivel.

Hungarian Living
Getting Started with Hungarian Part 2

Hungarian Living

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:24


Episode 59 Szia! This is Part 2 of the icipici edition of the Hungarian Living podcast on Getting Started with Hungarian. Last episode, I asked all sorts of questions about why you might want to learn Hungarian. It is important for you to think about your motivation because that is what will keep you going when things get difficult because things WILL get difficult. I promise you. Learning Hungarian isn't easy but I find it fun, challenging, and rewarding. I always circle back to my WHY. It helps me stay the course. My parents spoke Hungarian fluently and could also read and write in Hungarian. I have mentioned before that my great grandparents all came to the US between about 1880 and 1927 Most of my grandparents were born in Hungary and came over as children. so Hungarian was their first language. And they met and married their spouses and continued to teach their children Hungarian even though I don't know that anyone was planning on going back to Hungary. And so my parents kind of continued that but, if you have heard my story, you know that I was the third child born in the family. And I think there were other things that were more of a pressing for my family. But back to you thinking about your study of Hungarian. The next thing you want to consider if you want to study Hungarian is HOW, HOW OFTEN, and WHEN. Think about the time you have available to devote to the project. Can you spare a couple of hours a week? Or do you have time for this to be a full time job? And, of course, how much money is available to you for this endeavor? You can cobble together some free things to study, but it will take you some effort. You will have to spend the time figuring out if you like the format and if it is helping you achieve your goals. If you have more time than money, this is the way to go. There are apps for your smartphone. There are some instructional resources out there that are free. You can listen to music with lyrics on YouTube. If you have a little money for the project, you might want to spend some on small group lessons either in person or online, and then add the “freebies” to round out your approach. For example, some of the participants in our small group lessons meet an additional time each week as a study group. It doesn't cost more money because they are meeting together to work on the homework from class without their instructor. They share resources. And the one who understands the concept best can explain it if someone is confused. Of course, they know they can always talk to their instructor, too. It's just an extra point of connecting with the language. And they might participate in our Hungarian Dialogue Sessions or Hungarian Language Clinic or use one of the many apps for studying Hungarian. It might take a little bit of exploring to find your most useful combination. If you have a lot of money and you are available 15-40 hours a week, you might want to take a deep dive into an intensive online or in person class. As I mentioned before, I spent a month at the DNE but they have some language schools in Budapest and one in Pecs and probably in Szeged, as well. In fact, you can take a year off and study Hungarian for real either in Hungary or from the comfort of your own home. But, be sure to have some ibuprofen along with you. It was hard work for me to be engrossed in the language every day for 6+ hours. It's intense. I have done a deep dive in Debrecen at the Debreceni Nyari Egyetem for a month and I have also piddled around here and there over the last 15+ years. I have tried a lot of the free apps but, honestly, I always have questions because I don't always understand everything. I look for patterns. Sometimes I see them, and they aren't really there. I have certainly made the most progress with my language skills in the last two years by regularly engaging with the language.

That Shakespeare Life
Hobby Horses with Natalia Pikli

That Shakespeare Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 32:18


When you hear the term “hobby horse” you may be tempted to recall images of toy wooden horses that children laugh and play on. For Shakespeare's lifetime, however, this term refers to a particular kind of dance that featured in popular celebrations like May Day and Morris dances. The hobby horse dance was a characterized and often costumed representation of a person riding a horse, and it was a staple feature of these celebratory dances. Our guest this week has written extensively about the history of the hobby horse and where they would have appeared in Shakespeare's lifetime. We are delighted to welcome Professor at Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest and the author of Shakespeare's Hobby-Horse and Early Modern Popular Culture, Dr. Natalia Pikli.

Fluido rosa
Fluido rosa - Museo Esteban Vicente, Arquitectura atemporal, Iberoamericana de Toro y Sziget - 08/08/22

Fluido rosa

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 119:55


Proponemos un programa en el que analizamos los oficios artesanales en la arquitectura a través de la exposición Arquitectura Atemporal, que se puede ver en Centro Centro de Madrid. Visitamos la exposición A la luz del Jardín, en el Museo Esteban Vicente de Segovia, Entramos en la Iberoamericana de Toro con la comisaria Kristine Guzmán y la artista Paloma Navares y adelantamos el festival Sziget de Budapest. Escuchar audio

Simple Swedish Podcast
#47 - Budapest

Simple Swedish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 19:43


Jag bodde över tre år i Budapest och jag tycker att det är en fantastisk stad. I det här avsnittet pratar jag om staden och vad jag gillar och inte gillar med den! Sample of the transcript at the bottom! -------------------- Om du vill stödja podden och få transkript till alla avsnitt kan du bli patron - det kostar bara 5€ per månad! Gå in på min hemsida www.swedishlinguist.com och klicka på länken till min Patreon-sida! På min hemsida kan du också hitta information om kursen Strong Swedish! Kursen för dig som vill nå en avancerad nivå i svenska. -------------------- If you want to support the podcast and get transcripts to all episodes, you can become a patron - it's only 5€ per month! Go to my website www.swedishlinguist.com and click the link to my Patreon page! On my website you can also find information about the Strong Swedish course! The course for you who want to reach an advanced level in Swedish. ------------------- Instagram: swedish.linguist YouTube: Swedish Linguist Facebook: Swedish Linguist Letar du efter en svenskalärare? Jag har alltid använt italki för att hitta lärare. Klicka här för att få 10$ krediter på italki när du köper för minst 20$! Länken är en affiliate link, så du stödjer också mig när du använder den :) ------------------- Ett smakprov (sample) på transkriptet:   Hallå där, välkommen till Simple Swedish Podcast! Ja, dom här avsnitten kommer ut lite ojämt just nu. Och det är för att, ah, jag har lite halvsemester, och jag reser ganska mycket, så, ah, jag jobbar när jag får tid. Och just nu är jag faktiskt i Budapest, min gamla hemstad. Och jag tänkte att, ah men jag kanske ska göra ett avsnitt om Budapest. Så det ska jag göra idag, jag ska prata om staden Budapest faktiskt. Så..   Och [i] förra avsnittet så pratade jag lite snabbare, jag pratade i mer vanlig takt, i mer vanligt tempo. Och det var flera personer som sa att det var bra. Men jag kommer såklart fortsätta att göra avsnitt i det här lite långsammare tempot. Men jag tänker att det kanske är bra att göra avsnitt med lite olika svårighetsgrad, alltså avsnitt som är lite olika svåra.   Och du får gärna berätta för mig vad du tycker. Speciellt om du är patron på 10€-nivån, så kan du skriva på Discord vad du tycker. Ska jag fortsätta att bara ha avsnitt på, liksom, lite långsammare svenska, eller ska jag blanda lite, och ha lite svåra avsnitt, lite medelsvåra avsnitt, lite lätta avsnitt, och, ah, blanda lite? Det kanske är en bra grej.   Och som sagt så är det bra att bli patron nu i början av månaden, för du måste alltid betala för en hel månad. Så därför är det såklart bättre att bli patron i början av månaden, så att du inte betalar för en hel månad, men får bara, liksom, andra halvan. För man måste alltid betala för en hel månad, och man betalar alltid i början av månaden, och tidpunkten när man blir patron. Ja..   Så, jag ska också tacka några nya patros, det är Bartol, Natalia, John, Ewa och Gabrielle. Tack till er, och ni och alla andra som stödjer podden får såklart transkript till alla avsnitt.   Okej, så Budapest då. Så jag är ju faktiskt i Budapest just nu. Jag är på besök, kan man säga. Jag var i Sverige och jag är på väg till Zagreb i Kroatien. Så jag tyckte att det passade att besöka Budapest. Så, jag bor hos en kompis här. Och dom jobbar här utanför på gatan (there were people doing road work), men just nu så blev det tyst. Så ja, dom slutade jobba, så jag tänkte att det är ett bra tillfälle att spela in podden.   Så ja, jag bodde här i Budapest i, ah, totalt i ungefär tre och ett halvt år. Jag kan kanske prata om det i nåt annat avsnitt, men nu så tänkte jag prata om själva staden då. För Budapest, det är alltså Ungerns huvudstad, alltså huvudstaden i Ungern. Och det bor nästan två miljoner människor i Budapest.     ....för att läsa hela transkriptet till detta och alla andra avsnitt, klicka här!

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Sohrab Ahmari On The Failures Of Liberalism

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:20 Very Popular


Sohrab is a founder and editor of Compact: A Radical American Journal, and he’s a contributing editor at The American Conservative. He spent nearly a decade at News Corp. — as the op-ed editor of the New York Post and as a columnist and editor with the WSJ opinion pages in New York and London. His books include From Fire, by Water: My Journey to the Catholic Faith and The Unbroken Thread: Discovering the Wisdom of Tradition in an Age of Chaos. A new voice for a new conservatism, I tried to talk him through how he got to this place — politically and spiritually.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above (or on the right side of the player, click “Listen On” to add the Dishcast feed to your favorite podcast app). For two clips of our convo — on whether the free market is actually a tyranny, and how many liberals actually reject democracy, e.g. Brexit — pop over to our YouTube page.Sohrab’s appearance this week is a good excuse to publish a transcript from David French, his great nemesis in conservative circles. Here’s a clip from David’s Dishcast:A reader wrote last week:I know the Sohrab episode isn’t out yet, but judging by his Twitter presence, it’s going to be a real barnburner of sophistry. His latest quips regarding foreign policy are ones that I find to be ignorant, especially his quips at Yascha Mounk. I know you’ve already shot the episode, but I’d suggest you check out the book, The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization. I think it really puts into perspective what American military might has brought to the world (absent, obviously, some of the more glaring blunders), and it might give context, rather than rhetoric, to Sohrab’s arguments.We clashed a little, but I also gave him space and time to explain his own strange journey to this brand of neo-reactionism. In my view, his biography tells you a lot about his need for moral and political “absolutes.” In my book, that makes him close to the opposite of a conservative.If you’re sympathetic to Sohrab’s arguments, send us a comment for next week’s edition: dish@andrewsullivan.com. On last week’s episode of the Dishcast, a listener writes:Terrific interview with Larry Summers. Though my politics are thisclose to Summers’, he floated two whoppers in his talk with you.1) His suggestion that the United States and other liberal democracies can “build their ways” out of right-wing authoritarianism with more housing, infrastructure and health care is simply not true. Not even close. The evidence is very clear that the driving force behind right-wing illiberalism is demographics and left-wing illiberalism is culture. Under investment in macro-economic indicators is a problem, to be sure, but it has nothing to do with illiberalism.2) The United States is decidedly not an exporter of inflation. The US dollar is at historic highs, which means foreigners are investing in America and in dollar denominated assets, because Joe Biden’s America represents the “nicest house in a bad neighborhood,” when measured by jobs growth, business investment, private consumption and personal savings.Summers is right that the America Rescue Plan was too generous. But he seems reluctant to consider the historic relevance of the post-WWII era when American inflation was 14% in 1947, 8% in 1948 and -1% in 1949. As in the post-pandemic era, aggregate demand in the late 1940s rebounded a lot faster than supply, and consumers worldwide bid up the prices of scarce goods, services and raw materials.Summers responds:On the reader’s first point, it’s an interesting hypothesis, but my guess is if there were more and better blue-collar jobs, more affordable housing, and more prosperity, there would be less raging populism.On the second point, I don’t agree. The demand from the US has contributed to global bottlenecks. The strong dollar means weak other currencies which adds to their inflation. I have thought much about the post-WWII period, and I doubt it is a good parallel. There was the effect of removing price controls. There were very different expectations under the gold standard and given the recent depression.I agree with my reader on the core cultural question of left over-reach. I suspect Larry does too — but it’s not a subject he’s comfortable with, especially since his Harvard cancellation. Another reader looks to the deepening tribalism on the right:Perhaps you missed it, but I haven’t seen the Dish comment on the Texas GOP platform yet. This surprises me, since the Dish is, in my view, the most important defender of classical liberalism on the web. The platform of the largest state Republican Party in the country can be found here. From the AP’s summary:Approved by 5,000-plus party delegates last weekend in Houston during the party’s biennial convention, the new platform brands President Joe Biden an “acting” commander-in-chief who was never “legitimately elected.” It may not matter who the president is, though, since the platform takes previous language about secession much farther — urging the Republican-controlled legislature to put the question of leaving the United States to voters next year. The platform also says homosexuality is “an abnormal lifestyle choice” …The platform is the guiding document of a political party that has controlled every executive office in Texas since 2002, a state of almost 40 million people. To put this number in perspective: that’s more than twice as many of our fellow citizens who attend college this year and 25 times as many of our fellow Americans who identify as transgender. Texas and Florida lie at the heart of today’s Republican Party, demographically and financially. To ignore what those Republicans stand for is as near-sighted as ignoring how California and New York stand in the vanguard of what the national Democratic Party will stand for a few years out.The platform is an affront to liberalism and an example of the “movement after Trump” that you’ve speculated about. In my view, the movement preceded Trump and will proceed in his aftermath.The extremism was on full display this week in Dallas, as CPAC cheered Viktor Orbàn’s denunciation of marriage equality (which has 71 percent support nationally). I agree it’s creepy and deranged. But so is the postmodern, pro-criminal madness of the CRT/CQT/CGT Democrats — and they run California.On the growing affection for the Hungarian president on the American right, here’s “a Hungarian living under the Orbán regime”:In my mind, he has become popular among Republicans for two reasons:The fundamental problems of Hungarian society (and most of post-communist Europe’s) are not dissimilar to those of the US — at least on the surface. The cultural cleavages between the “globalist elite” and the “deplorables” are similarly wide. Multiculturalism and the markets’ winner-takes-all logic hit these post-communist societies harder than most, because local communities had been extremely weak to begin with: the communists had been suspicious of any organic communities therefore had worked very hard to suppress and eliminate them as much as they could. Capitalism, financialization, globalization and the wholesale urbanization of culture all happened at once when these societies were completely atomized. No wonder many felt that nobody cared about their problems and all they received from the elite was some lecturing on the inevitability of these phenomena. The American society has gotten to a similar stage through a different path, nicely documented by Robert Putnam. Therefore, the US lower-middle class resonates well to the messages developed from a Hungarian experience.Viktor Orbán and his team have made conscious and expensive efforts to reach out to Trump Republicans (word in Budapest is that Arthur Finkelstein and Benjamin Netanyahu were instrumental in this effort). The regime has not spared any money to welcome, wine, and dine second- and third-tear MAGA influencers. They came, got impressed, and spread the word at home. It definitely helped that these tours have been all-inclusive: who would not like to spend a few days in cool and beautiful Budapest — for free? Moreover, they received and continue to receive official respect. This is all the more attractive now that they are far from the halls of power in the US. It should not be surprising that they were all too happy to believe the propaganda that the regime fed them.I am sure I don’t see the full picture on the American side, but these factors seem to be quite important in explaining Orbán’s popularity in the US.One of those American conservatives courted by Orbán is Rod Dreher. A reader defends Rod:I’ve generally agreed with most of your recent output and was pleasantly surprised to read your more-than-lukewarm enthusiasm for a DeSantis administration.  However, I think you’re being rather unfair on Twitter to Rod Dreher regarding Orbán and Hungary. First of all, you and Rod clearly agree that the current level of immigration to the US (and the West more generally) is unsustainably high, and that continuing to bring ever larger numbers of culturally, racially, and religiously diverse groups of primarily economic migrants into any country is bound to increase social tension and strain social safety nets. You also agree that this is especially reckless under a regnant elite ideology that constantly denigrates Western cultural traditions, antagonizing the native-born white population while simultaneously promoting the importance of group identity and solidarity for non-whites. It’s a recipe for civilizational suicide.I get that Rod is enamored with Orbán and wants an American president somewhat in that vein, but it’s ridiculous to say that he thinks everything that Orbán does for Hungary will translate well for the US or that he would support every analogous policy here. Rod explicitly denies thinking that in almost every post he writes about Orbán. In addition, Rod is right that racial issues are completely different in the US and Hungary. An ethnically homogeneous country like Hungary that seeks to restrict immigration levels in order to preserve its national character will necessarily exclude most foreign-born members of other racial groups from citizenship. White European countries that do this (and are explicit about their motivations for doing this) should not be held to a different standard than non-white, non-European countries such as Japan that do this (and are also explicit about their motivations for doing this). It is perfectly reasonable for Hungarians to look at the recent experience of Western Europe and decide that they don’t want to establish another Molenbeek in suburban Budapest. Excluding prospective immigrants for any reason is in no way comparable to committing atrocities against long-resident minority populations like the ongoing Uyghur genocide in China.Furthermore, the meat of the argument Orbán makes surrounding his objectionable Camp of the Saints reference reads to me as in the same vein as Douglas Murray’s thesis in his masterful anti-Merkelian philippic The Strange Death of Europe, the main difference being that Murray’s perspective is that of the tragic observer, while Orbán obviously has the ability to devise government policies in line with his views. And Murray was on your podcast recently.In this speech, Orbán, like Murray, is not primarily attacking the migrants themselves, but rather the European political class that constantly ignores its constituents’ wishes on the matter of immigration levels and sources, and that will not be satisfied until every EU country “diversifies” itself by accepting large numbers of Third World migrants. The same could almost be said about Raspail’s book, The Camp of the Saints, which, despite its disgustingness, provides a useful indictment of a decadent and self-loathing Western elite that is unwilling to fight to preserve its cultural heritage. Indeed, Murray, Orbán, and Raspail would essentially all endorse the same policy outcome (complete moratorium, or at least severe restriction, of non-European immigration) for essentially the same reason (desire to preserve historic character and culture of their societies). They only really differ in their level of empathy for the non-European migrants, with Murray capable of recognizing their individual humanity, Orbán treating them more as an impersonal force of nature to be repelled, and Raspail viewing them with racist contempt as a demonic horde who the last “heroes” of the West will die fighting against. None of them view chronic Third World immiseration as the West’s problem to solve, least of all by allowing the impoverished masses to indefinitely relocate to Europe.The Covid era showed that Western countries do indeed have the means to control their borders when necessary. But their ruling classes do not think that voters’ preferences for less immigration — tainted as they must be by ignorance, “xenophobia” and “racism” — are a good enough reason to actually enforce their laws. And even restrictionist-leaning administrations have trouble following through with policies that inevitably appear heartless towards those who seek shelter in the West, because each individual migrant often has a generally sympathetic story and by himself wouldn’t pose a great burden on the receiving society. Yet unfortunately the annual influx of millions of these individuals does strain Western countries, and sometimes tough choices must be made. It seems like an unfortunate reality that it takes someone who is otherwise unpalatable like Orbán to actually enforce immigration restrictions these days. I know I’d vastly prefer someone clear-eyed (even cold-hearted) and competent like him in charge of our southern border over Biden or even Trump.Lastly, it’s one thing to criticize Orbán for the specific comments he made in the speech, but your continuing guilt-by-association smears of Rod are just lazy. I could analogously indict you on the same topic — not for anything you’ve specifically said or written, but that, say, “I heard Andrew Sullivan did a friendly podcast with Ann Coulter where he largely agreed with her about our current immigration issues… In a recent article she wrote ‘(insert egregiously inflammatory sentence stripped of any context)’… Coulter also endorsed articles that were published on the website of an SPLC-certified hate group… Ergo Andrew Sullivan endorses white nationalism.” On his blog, Rod clearly and repeatedly says he disagrees with the anti-“race-mixing” language, especially as applied to America and other multiracial societies, and admits that The Camp of the Saints is a racist novel that shouldn’t be praised the way Orbán did. But those demerits don’t invalidate Orbán’s main argument. He can be “racist” by American standards and still right about the overall immigration strategy that is best for Hungary.I know you despise Orbán, and Rod rankles you with some of his posts that deploy a knee-jerk “think of the children” outrage regarding gay and trans news. But you’re better than stooping to insinuations of racism against him personally, especially when you’re pretty much on the same page regarding the challenges that mass immigration poses for the West. Not sure if it’s something you could hash out with him on a podcast or if tensions are too high, but it could be productive for both of you. Thanks for these comments, which I don’t disagree with much. I haven’t called Rod a racist, and don’t think he is. The trouble for me lies less in his defense of Orbanism than of Orbán himself — to the point of becoming a near p.r. spokesman for this authoritarian. The only moment I have actually called Rod out was when he insinuated without evidence that a gay man with monkeypox may have raped a toddler to explain why the kid came down with the disease. Rod withdrew the remark. It’s also perplexing that he shares my disgust at Camp of the Saints but finds nothing significant in Orbán’s belief that the book is “outstanding.” At some point, the rationalization has to stop. Another reader wants me to be less productive with Rod:Please, please, Andrew! Do an old-fashioned fisking already! Dreher is totally unhinged! For example: I’m not saying gays are Nazis, but …Or pick any of his recent articles. Twenty bullet points for defending the “race mixing” comment! Gays didn’t exist forever before Diaghilev! Libraries are groomers! They are so so far beyond. And if you try to comment, you are deleted or told you are doing “whataboutism.”Best not to use the term “fisking” around Rod. From a reader who loves pluralism and cultural diversity:I have trouble understanding why people in the US have trouble with newcomers.  Maybe because my dad and maternal grandparents were immigrants, I have a closer view. In my 76 years, I can’t even begin to tell you what I have learned from folks who are NOT like me: black people, immigrants from a whole lot of places in the world, plus their children. I think people who are afraid of being “replaced” have to have some deep-seated insecurity that I don’t understand. For Tucker Carlson to spout the garbage that he does to get ratings is just scary to me, because it seems to help unleash the worst in people. And believe me, it’s not just a color divide. My Polish dad and Italian mom were subject to all kinds of discrimination and harassment, but it was much easier for them to assimilate because they were white and certainly much easier for their children. My life is so much fuller because not everyone I know and care about looks, acts, or thinks the same. Including you!I’ve long lived in highly diverse places and love it. But I’m not a typical human being, and the desire to live among “people like you” is so deeply ingrained in human nature it deserves respect in public policy. I’m pro-immigrant, but the pace and scale of migration right now is far beyond what a country needs to retain a sense of itself, its history and identity. We’re at a century-high peak of immigration; and we could do with a respite for cultural and social cohesion. “A long-time subscriber, first-time correspondent” has some guest recommendations for the Dishcast: One theme I’ve particularly enjoyed on your podcast is faith and secularism in the contemporary world. I’m writing to suggest several thinkers who could bring a lot to that discussion.First is the eminent philosopher Charles Taylor, the most important living Canadian intellectual. While he’s contributed to many branches of thought, his book A Secular Age transformed the study of religious faith in the modern world. He’s also interested in the concept of multiculturalism and has stood up against efforts in Quebec to stop Muslim women from wearing the hijab. His political stance is more communitarian than liberal, though, and he’s had fascinating dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and other thinkers.Another suggestion is the Anglican theologian and philosopher John Milbank. As a founder of the Radical Orthodoxy movement, he’s taken on liberalism more directly, but I think the two of you could have a very constructive conversation about it. He would also have really interesting — and maybe provocative — things to say about continental philosophy (he has coauthored books with Slavoj Žižek!), Brexit, and the future of Western political systems.Finally, I’d recommend the Protestant theologian James (Jamie) K. A. Smith, a philosophy professor at Calvin University. He’s written many books on Christianity in the contemporary world, drawing especially on postmodern philosophy. He is particularly interested in how Christian intellectuals can engage with contemporary art and literature, and is editor-in-chief of the journal Image.I actually read A Secular Age in its entirety a couple of years ago. It’s magisterial but bloated: two words I’m not sure work on a podcast. But thanks for the other suggestions. Next up, a reader with some personal advice:I wanted to tell you something based upon a comment you made discussing your testosterone shots. Get Biote pellets. I did, and I don’t have the ups and downs. You get them put in every 4-6 months, depending on how active you are with exercise and sex. I work out every day, so I get them replaced at the 4-month mark. It’s also referred to as hormone replacement therapy. I used to use the cream daily, but I felt like s**t every morning until I put the cream on again. I have no ups and downs now, and my levels stay around 1,200. You can do less if you want, but man, I feel great for months at a time and it’s not that expensive. One more reader:You linked to an interesting piece by Lisa Selin Davis with the teaser, “What if ‘life-saving care’ for trans kids is really more about cosmetic passing?” Yes, it does seem like transitioning is mostly cosmetic. I wonder if trans advocates would support men who want to take testosterone for bodybuilding. What about professional sports, to get a competitive edge? What about Olympic sports? Any thoughts?I’m not against adult men using steroids to get bigger and hotter. Au contraire. I’m not against trans adults using any safe, pharmaceutical methods to “pass” more easily. I’m against using these very powerful substance on children without extremely careful vetting and an expansive mental health assessment. Yes, transing them before puberty could make them more likely to pass as adults — but I don’t believe most are mature enough to make that kind of decision at that age, especially when it may guarantee them sterility and, in some cases, an inability to experience orgasm ever. Keep the dissents and other comments coming: dish@andrewsullivan.com. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

hr2 Doppelkopf
"Ehrlichkeit ist mein Markenzeichen auf der Bühne." | Mezzosporanistin Julia Hamari spricht über Musikalität und Talent

hr2 Doppelkopf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 56:07


Mehr als zwei Millionen wollten auf YouTube sehen und hören, wie Julia Hamari die Arie „"Erbarme Dich, mein Gott" aus der Matthäuspassion von Johann Sebastian Bach singt. Mit dieser Arie beginnt die Mezzosopranistin 1966 eine steile Karriere, die sie schnell als Oratorien-, Lied- und Opernsängerin in alle Welt führt. (Wdh. vom 29.12.2021)

IN CONVERATION: Podcast of Banyen Books & Sound
Episode 76: Michael Ignatieff ~ On Consolation

IN CONVERATION: Podcast of Banyen Books & Sound

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:53


Internationally renowned historian of ideas and Booker Prize finalist Michael Ignatieff speaks to Banyen Books & Sound about his latest book, On Consolation. Michael Ignatieff is former head of Canada's Liberal Party, director of the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard's Kennedy School, President of Central European University, and current professor of History at CEU in Budapest. He has been named to the Order of Canada, is a member of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, delivered the Massey Lectures, and holds thirteen honorary degrees. Michael Ignatieff is the author of 20 books of fiction and non-fiction, translated into 20 languages. He is a Booker Prize finalist and winner of the Governor General's Literary Award as well as the British Royal Society of Literature's Heinemann Prize. He has received a Gemini Award for his BBC documentary work. He writes regularly for the New York Times, the New Yorker, the New York Review of Books, and the London Review of Books. michaelignatieff.ca

Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast
Katie Grimes on Racing Katie Ledecky, Open Water, and Not Fully Tapering Until 2024

Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 39:12 Very Popular


We sat down with Katie Grimes, the youngest Olympian from the 2020 Tokyo team and most recently the double silver medal winner in Budapest. Grimes admits that while she is pleased with her two 2nd place finishes in the 400 IM and 1500, she isn't satisfied. Grimes is looking toward the 2024 Olympic Games and winning gold in Paris, with such a laser focus that she has decided with her coach, Ron Aitken, that she won't fully taper for a meet until then (not even world championships). Grimes also discusses how she improved in training and racing since last year at the Olympic Trials and the Games themself, where she placed 4th in the 800 free. The young distance swimmer has also started dipping her toes into open water, competing in the 10K in Budapest as well as preparing for the upcoming open water Jr World Champs in September.

One Decision
Democracy on the Decline? Orbán's Dangerous Dance Between Europe and Russia

One Decision

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:01


Amid a wave of European support for Ukraine, Hungary has emerged an outlier; refusing to send weapons to Kyiv or cut off Russian oil supply. Newly re-elected Prime Minister Viktor Orban has openly spoken of his admiration for Russia's President Putin, and described himself as the leader of “an illiberal democracy.” So does that leave Budapest more closely aligned with Brussels or Moscow? Guest co-host Helena Humphrey sits down with Klara Dobrev, a Hungarian left-wing politician and MEP, to talk about her recent decision to put her hat in the ring, and challenge Orban himself. Meanwhile One Decision's Sir Richard Dearlove, former head of Britain's Mi6, shares his insight on Orban's true motives, who his real friends are among the looming potential energy crisis, and predicts the future of Britain's leadership. 

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de
Ausnahmezustand im F1-Paddock

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 163:27


+++WERBUNG+++ F1 22 ist das offizielle Videospiel zur FIA Formel 1 Weltmeisterschaft von Codemasters und EA Sports. So nah warst du noch nie dran! Noch immersivere Spielmodi, Kompatibilität mit Virtual Reality und dem neuen Modus F1 Life - mehr Formel 1 geht nicht. F1 22 ist ab dem 01.07. erhältlich für PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One und PC über Origin und Steam. Mehr Infos: F1 22. Starting Grid empfiehlt: ExpressVPN. Wenn du auf kein Rennen der Saison 2022 verzichten möchtest, dann hol dir jetzt ExpressVPN. Als Hörer:in meines Podcasts bekommst du auf dein Jahresabo noch 3 Monate kostenlos oben drauf. Gehe dazu einfach auf expressvpn.com/STARTINGGRID. +++ENDE DER WERBUNG+++ Was hat sich Kevin Scheuren eigentlich für ein irres erstes Wochenende im F1-Paddock ausgesucht? Christian Nimmervoll, Chefredakteur des Motorsport Network Germany, hat unserem Moderator eine Akkreditierung besorgt und dieser konnte sich an einem geschichtsträchtigen Wochenende in Budapest richtig austoben. Mit Sophie Affeldt besprechen die beiden die Geschehnisse des Wochenendes, den Rücktritt von Sebastian Vettel, die WM-Chancen von Charles Leclerc, Alonso, Piastri und Kevins Erlebnisse aus dem Fahrerlager beim Großen Preis von Ungarn. Vergesst die "Silly Season" - es ist die CRAZY SEASON Am Donnerstag verkündete Sebastian Vettel via Instagram seinen Rücktritt am Ende der Saison. Dies hat eine Lawine ausgelöst, die sich insbesondere am Montag und Dienstag über die Formel 1 gelegt hat. Fernando Alonso wird 2023 bei Aston Martin fahren, dieser Wechsel wurde am 01.08. bekanntgegeben. Am 02.08. hat Alpine dann via Social Media Oscar Piastri zum Cockpit beim französischen Team gratuliert, aber nur zwei Stunden später dementierte der Australier dies vehement. Piastri ohne Cockpit, Alpine ohne Fahrer, eine irre Situation. In seiner Kolumne hat Nimmervoll das alles aufgedröselt und wir besprechen die wichtigsten Fakten und Folgen in dieser Ausgabe. Macht Alonso einen großen Fehler? Als Auslöser des Chaos sind natürlich irgendwie Sebastian Vettel und Fernando Alonso auszumachen. Der Spanier aber insbesondere, weil er am Wochenende in den Ohren vieler Pressevertreter inkl. Kevin so redete, als ob er ziemlich sicher bei Alpine bleiben wollen würde. Pustekuchen! Er wollte einen mehrjährigen Vertrag, Alpine wollte ihm diesen nicht geben, also haben sie sich nicht einigen können. Wie könnte die Entwicklung Aston Martins mit Fernando Alonso aussehen? Kann er das Team auf mittelfristiger Ebene zu einem potenziellen WM-Kandidaten machen oder ist das eher ausgeschlossen? Max Verstappen quasi schon Weltmeister? 80 Punkte liegen nun zwischen Max Verstappen und seinem Verfolger Charles Leclerc. Ferrari hat sich strategisch mal wieder vollkommen verzettelt und Red Bull erweist sich dort durch Hannah Schmitz als nahezu unschlagbar. Natürlich muss man darüber diskutieren, ob Ferrari nicht mal ein bisschen flexibler in ihren Plänen sein könnte? Die Gefahr, dass Mercedes plötzlich noch aufholt und die Italiener von Platz 2 stößt ist immens. Hamilton und Russell waren super stark und das Team entwickelt sich immer besser. Wir haben auch über Lando Norris, die deutschen Fahrer und ein paar Verlierer gesprochen. Als Fan und Journalist im Paddock - ein Erlebnisbericht! Für Kevin war das Wochenende in Ungarn ganz besonders. Ein Traum wurde wahr. Das erste Mal im Fahrerlager der Formel 1 und dann direkt an so einem Wochenende. Lasst euch mitnehmen auf eine außergewöhnliche Reise und vielen Geschichten. Die Interviews in den Hospitalities der Teams, das etwas schlüpfrige Hotel, die Euphorie beim Foto mit Lewis Hamilton und den weiteren Selfies, das besondere Erlebnis Startaufstellung und vieles mehr. Mit dieser XXL-Ausgabe entlassen wir euch in eine einwöchige Pause des Podcasts. Wir schnaufen mal durch, müssen ein paar Sachen verarbeiten und gehen dann in zwei Wochen, also am 17.08., wieder an den Start. Habt eine gute Zeit und viel Spaß mit dieser sehr besonderen Ausgabe! Euer Feedback ist uns wichtig Schickt uns gerne für die nächsten Sendungen eure WhatsApp-Sprachnachricht an folgende Nummer: +49 331 298 50 28 GANZ WICHTIG: bitte sendet an diese Nummer NUR SPRACHNACHRICHTEN ein und beginnt eure Sprachnachricht mit den Worten STARTING GRID und eurem Namen, damit das zugeordnet werden kann! Bitte haltet die Sprachnachrichten bei maximal 1:30 Minute, danke euch. Ihr könnt uns über verschiedene Kanäle erreichen und mich anderen F1-Fans in Verbindung bleiben: Instagram Facebook-Seite Facebook-Gruppe Twitter  Telegram-Gruppe Mail YouTube Kicktipp Sehr gerne würden wir auch eure Rezensionen auf iTunes lesen, bitte nehmt euch 3 Minuten Zeit für 5 Sterne und ein paar warme Worte, vielen Dank! Bewertet uns auch gerne bei Spotify! Keep Racing! Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Series Podcast: This Way Out
GBT Male Sex: Monkeypox Alert!

Series Podcast: This Way Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 28:58


The particular threat of the monkeypox virus outbreak for men who have sex with men is exposed at the Los Angeles Blade Monkeypox Town Hall, co-sponsored by and the City of West Hollywood, California. Journalist John Fenoglio moderates a panel including Dr. Leo Moore of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Marianna Marroquin of the Los Angeles LGBT Center, Dan Wolhfeiler of Building Healthy Online Communities, and actor-writer-producer Matthew Ford (who recently recovered from the disease). And in NewsWrap: tens of thousands march with Pride in Budapest against Orban's homophobic government, Berlin Pride unites in love against war and hate, Russia rebuffs a prisoner swap offer to free WNBA star Brittney Griner, 22 U.S. states fight the federal policy guaranteeing school meals equality, a neo-Nazi is arrested at a Boston Drag Queen Story Hour protest, Britain's Aida H Dee faces off against aggressive bigots, an anti-equality Republican U.S. Senator only respects his gay son's marriage, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by David Hunt and Wendy Natividad (produced by Brian DeShazor). All this on the August 1, 2022 edition of This Way Out! Join our family of listener-donors today at http://thiswayout.org/donate/

The Voyages of Tim Vetter
Episode 280 Gastrodiplomacy with Arlene Stein

The Voyages of Tim Vetter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 61:40


Greetings from Berlin! Arlene Stein is the founder and Executive Director of Terroir Hospitality, which curates an annual Symposium in Toronto each spring that is a catalyst for creative collaboration and social and environmental responsibility in the hospitality industry. Their programs have brought together producers, chefs, and innovators to talk about food and culture in places like Turkey, Warsaw, and Budapest. Arlene and I met at Cafe Frieda in Berlin to talk about her history working in the food and hospitality industry, food culture in Berlin, global sustainability issues, and much more. Check out Arlene Stein and Terroir Hospitality: https://terroirtalk.org/ https://www.instagram.com/terroirtalk/ https://www.instagram.com/arlenestein/ Support TVTV on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thevoyagesoftimvetter Follow TVTV on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thevoyagesoftimvetter/

Le SAV de la F1
GP Hongrie 2022 : le SAV de la course, en podcast

Le SAV de la F1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


Retour en podcast sur la course du Grand Prix de Hongrie 2022 de F1, marquée par la victoire de Max Verstappen (Red Bull - RBPT).

EACCNY Pulse: Transatlantic Business Insights
The EU's Quarterly Economic Forecast, Summer 2022

EACCNY Pulse: Transatlantic Business Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:19


This episode features Balazs Parkanyi, Counsellor for Economic and Financial Affairs at the Delegation of the European Union to the United States, in conversation with Yvonne Bendinger-Rothschild, Executive Director of the EACCNY. Their discussion centers around the European Union's Summer 2022 Economic Forecast and offers an overview of the toll of the war in Ukraine, a deep-dive into inflation (its causes and effects), the EU labor market, EU policy responses, including a look ahead into 2023.Balazs Parkanyi is Counsellor for Economic and Financial Affairs at the DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION TO THE U.S. His primary areas of responsibility include US economic and economic policy developments, transatlantic economic relations and relations between the EU and multilateral financial institutions, mainly the IMF. Prior to joining the Delegation, Balazs held various positions in the European Commission Directorate General for Economic and Financial affairs (DG ECFIN).He spent five years at the International Monetary Fund as Advisor to European Executive Directors. Prior to joining the European Commission, he was a macroeconomic modeller at the central bank of Hungary.  Balazs holds a Master's Degree in Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest and an MPhil Degree in Economics from the Central European University.

7 milliards de voisins
Vivre dans une ville «aux deux visages»: Budapest

7 milliards de voisins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 48:30


Cette semaine, 7 milliards de voisins vous emmène dans ses valises à la découverte de villes du monde. Urbanisme, société, transports, loisirs : d'Islamabad à Tunis en passant par Rio de Janeiro, les correspondants de RFI et nos invités présentent la vie quotidienne de nos voisins. Deuxième escale de notre série à Budapest, la capitale hongroise. Née de la fusion de 2 villes : Buda (Obuda = sur la rive droite) / Pest (sur la rive gauche du Danube), auparavant indépendantes, Budapest est coupée en deux par le Danube. Le fleuve est au coeur de l'expansion économique de Budapest, le port de la ville permet d'accueillir les cargos de fret international. La ville compte aussi des dizaines de sources d'eau thermale. Construits notamment par les Turcs, qui ont occupé le pays pendant près de 150 ans, les bains constituent une des principales attractions touristiques de la « perle du Danube ».  Avec : Florence La Bruyère, journaliste, correspondante de RFI à Budapest en Hongrie.   Programmation musicale : ► Szivedböl minden kell - Halott Pénz ► Ezt is elviszem magammal - KiSTeHéN ► Szabadon (Na-Na-Na) - Punnany Massif ► Lábon kihordott szerelmek - Anna and the Barbies.

7 milliards de voisins
Vivre dans une ville «aux deux visages»: Budapest

7 milliards de voisins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 48:30


Cette semaine, 7 milliards de voisins vous emmène dans ses valises à la découverte de villes du monde. Urbanisme, société, transports, loisirs : d'Islamabad à Tunis en passant par Rio de Janeiro, les correspondants de RFI et nos invités présentent la vie quotidienne de nos voisins. Deuxième escale de notre série à Budapest, la capitale hongroise. Née de la fusion de 2 villes : Buda (Obuda = sur la rive droite) / Pest (sur la rive gauche du Danube), auparavant indépendantes, Budapest est coupée en deux par le Danube. Le fleuve est au coeur de l'expansion économique de Budapest, le port de la ville permet d'accueillir les cargos de fret international. La ville compte aussi des dizaines de sources d'eau thermale. Construits notamment par les Turcs, qui ont occupé le pays pendant près de 150 ans, les bains constituent une des principales attractions touristiques de la « perle du Danube ».  Avec : Florence La Bruyère, journaliste, correspondante de RFI à Budapest en Hongrie.   Programmation musicale : ► Szivedböl minden kell - Halott Pénz ► Ezt is elviszem magammal - KiSTeHéN ► Szabadon (Na-Na-Na) - Punnany Massif ► Lábon kihordott szerelmek - Anna and the Barbies.

Running Book Reviews with Alan and Liz
Running the Orient, by Gavin Boyter

Running Book Reviews with Alan and Liz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 84:25


Running the Orient is the story of Gavin Boyter's 2300 mile run across Europe with his girlfriend Aradhna who follows him in their camper-van Roxy. The Orient Express was a long-distance passenger train service created in 1883. It started in Paris and end in Istanbul, and along the way stopped in Strasbourg, Munich, Vienna, Budapest, and Bucharest. Gavin's goal was to run the same route and stop at each of the station locations in the corresponding cities. Along the way Gavin and Aradhna don't just have navigation challenges, but also endless chores that come with running and living out of a van, and some friction in their relationship. Gavin is a writer, director, and copywriter. He has been running since his 30's and Running the Orient is not his first ultra-running adventure. He previously ran from John O'Groats to Land's End which is the longest straight line across Britain, joining the Southwest to the Northeast. Gavin's love of writing started very early in grade school when he wrote his first multi-part sci-fi story called Invasion of the Blood-Spitters. He later completed a Philosophy and English degree at Edinburgh University, and an MA in Film and TV Drama in Sheffield.If you are looking to get a copy of this book, it can be found on Amazon: https://www.amazon.ca/Running-The-Orient/dp/1912101378 If you would like to follow Gavin, he can be found on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/gavin.boyter/ or Twitter at https://twitter.com/Gavin_Boyter?s=20&t=CfTZImKMm5W9JX1_yy6xow or https://twitter.com/Long_Run_Film?s=20&t=CfTZImKMm5W9JX1_yy6xow You can also visit his website https://www.gavinboyter.com to see some of his other work.Big thank you to Gavin for providing review copies of the book and for spending time with us to record the podcast.Any feedback or suggestions on this review or any of our other podcast episodes would be greatly welcomed. Leave us a review using your favorite podcast player or contact us on social media.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/runningbookreviews/Twitter: https://twitter.com/reviews_runningInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/runningbookreviews/Podcast webpage: https://runningbookreviews.buzzsprout.com If you have been enjoying the podcast and are wondering how you can help us out, you can now buy us a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/AlanSupport the show

Pit Talk - Formula 1 - F1 Podcast
F1 - Pit Talk - Disastro Ferrari e la dignità scomparsa

Pit Talk - Formula 1 - F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 77:16


Puntata 316 - ospiti di oggi Daniele SPARISCI del Corriere della Sera e Giuseppe PICCININNI inviato di F1Sport.it a Budapest.Il disastro Ferrari e le dimissioni di Binotto richieste dai tifosi a gran voce. Mondiale finito a 80 punti da Verstappen ?

Mária Rádió Magyarország
Így gondoljuk mi! - Beszélgetés fiatalokkal, akik szembe mennek az árral - Trill Helga műsora 3. rész - vendég: Zarka Rozina, Prolife Budapest

Mária Rádió Magyarország

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 39:17


vendég: Zarka Rozina, a Prolife Budapest életvédő szervezet tagja

Bannon's War Room
Episode 2042: All Of Arizona Is Turning Out For Voter Integrity In November; Live From Budapest; They Are Creating Living software Through Information Therapy

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 Very Popular


We discuss Arizona, Budapest, AI, and more. Our Guests Are: Kari Lake, Matthew Tyrmand, Ben Harnwell, Joe AllenStay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/joinAired On: 7/30/2022Watch:On the Web: http://www.warroom.orgOn Gettr: @WarRoomOn Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bioOn TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews

FM Mundo
Mundo Deportes - 29 Julio 2022

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 22:19


IDV vs BSC el partido de la fecha, 3 encuentros de LigaPro tendran VAR, triple Oro para Neisi Dajomes, Juan Manuel Correa correrá en Budapest.

kicker News
kicker News vom 30.7.2022, 19:30 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 1:48


Elversberg kegelt Leverkusen aus dem Pokal, HSV weiter - SCP zweistellig, Mangala-Wechsel nach Nottingham so gut wie durch, Mercedes-Pilot Russell schnappt sich Pole Position in Budapest

Lito Cavalcanti
Análise do primeiro dia do GP da Hungria

Lito Cavalcanti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 98:21


Lito Cavalcanti traz uma visão detalhada do que de mais importante aconteceu nesta sexta-feira no circuito de Budapest

Lito Cavalcanti
Quinta-feira Veloz - GP da Hungria

Lito Cavalcanti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 74:35


Lito Cavalcanti, Priscila Cestari e Wagner Gonzalez analisam as chances de cada um na pista de Budapest

Morning Cup Of Murder
The Serial Killer Who Pickled his Victims - July 28 2022

Morning Cup Of Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 9:33


July 28th: Bela Kiss Born (1877) One simple act can unlock something inside a person that resets the course of their entire life. On July 28th 1877 a man was born who would go on to create a nice life for himself in a small town in Budapest. A man who, according to the investigators, acted on his jealous rage and unlocked a secret mania that led him to kill 24 people in total.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A9la_Kiss, https://murderpedia.org/male.K/k/kiss-bela.htm, https://allthatsinteresting.com/bela-kiss-vampire-serial-killer, https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/555244/terrifying-story-bela-kiss-hungarys-most-murderous-bachelor

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de
Endspurt vor der Sommerpause

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 74:01


+++WERBUNG+++ F1 22 ist das offizielle Videospiel zur FIA Formel 1 Weltmeisterschaft von Codemasters und EA Sports. So nah warst du noch nie dran! Noch immersivere Spielmodi, Kompatibilität mit Virtual Reality und dem neuen Modus F1 Life - mehr Formel 1 geht nicht. F1 22 ist ab dem 01.07. erhältlich für PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One und PC über Origin und Steam. Mehr Infos: F1 22. Starting Grid empfiehlt: ExpressVPN. Wenn du auf kein Rennen der Saison 2022 verzichten möchtest, dann hol dir jetzt ExpressVPN. Als Hörer:in meines Podcasts bekommst du auf dein Jahresabo noch 3 Monate kostenlos oben drauf. Gehe dazu einfach auf expressvpn.com/STARTINGGRID. +++ENDE DER WERBUNG+++ Nochmal ein Doubleheader zum Abschluss! Die Formel 1 reist von Le Castellet in Frankreich nach Budapest, Ungarn. Danach ist erstmal Schluss. Für den Großen Preis von Frankreich war es wohl der Abgesang am Wochenende. Das Ergebnis hätte für Ferrari-Fans nicht enttäuschender sein können und auch Anhänger von unseren deutschen Piloten kamen nicht auf ihre Kosten. Sie alle hoffen in Ungarn auf Wiedergutmachung. In unserer neuen Ausgabe spricht Sophie Affeldt mit Kevin Scheuren und dem stellvertretenden Chefredakteur des Motorsport Network Germany, Stefan Ehlen, über verschiedene Themen des Rennwochenendes von Le Castellet und wir diskutieren über die Nominierungen der Gewinner und Verlierer unserer Hörer*innen. Ständig das gleiche Leid bei Ferrari Charles Leclerc hat es sich am Sonntag selbst zuzuschreiben. Der Monegasse hat seinen Ferrari in Kurve 11 in die Reifenstapel gesetzt und hat so wichtige Punkte im WM-Kampf gegen Max Verstappen hergeschenkt. Und jährlich grüßt das springende Pferd kann man wohl sagen, denn wann immer Ferrari eine Chance im WM-Kampf hat, machen sie dusselige Fehler. Sei es an der Box mit der Strategie oder eben die Fahrer. Man kann und sollte sich erneut die Frage stellen, ob das Problem nicht auch in der mangelnden Führungsqualität von Mattia Binotto liegt? Mercedes bald wieder ganz oben dabei? Auch bedingt durch den Ausfall von Leclerc hat es Mercedes zu einem Doppel-Podium in Frankreich gebracht. Festhalten kann man aber durchaus, dass die Silberpfeile auf dem besten Weg sind, wieder an die Spitze zu kommen. Lewis Hamilton und George Russell verstehen das Auto immer besser, besonders Hamilton merkt man das steigende Selbstvertrauen an und das spiegelt sich in den Ergebnissen. Wird Ungarn vielleicht schon Mercedes-Land sein? Es wird auch über die Lokalmatadoren zu sprechen sein, vor allem Pierre Gasly, der ein absolut enttäuschendes Wochenende in Le Castellet hatte. Eure Gewinner und Verlierer der bisherigen Saison In der vergangenen Ausgabe haben wir unsere Wahl gemacht, wer in der Formel-1-Saison 2022 bislang als Gewinner und Verlierer zählt. Im Anschluss gab es den Aufruf, dass ihr uns eure Nominierungen und schickt und das habt ihr zahlreich getan - vielen Dank! Im Podcast gehen wir auf Namen wie Zhou Guanyu und Valtteri Bottas oder Alpine bei den Gewinnern, aber auch Daniel Ricciardo bei den klaren Verlierern ein. Und wo lässt sich eigentlich Esteban Ocon einordnen? Euch erwartet zudem eine Vorschau auf den Großen Preis von Ungarn, bei dem Kevin gemeinsam mit Christian Nimmervoll vor Ort sein wird. Euer Feedback ist uns wichtig Schickt uns gerne für die nächsten Sendungen eure WhatsApp-Sprachnachricht an folgende Nummer: +49 331 298 50 28 GANZ WICHTIG: bitte sendet an diese Nummer NUR SPRACHNACHRICHTEN ein und beginnt eure Sprachnachricht mit den Worten STARTING GRID und eurem Namen, damit das zugeordnet werden kann! Bitte haltet die Sprachnachrichten bei maximal 1:30 Minute, danke euch. Ihr könnt uns über verschiedene Kanäle erreichen und mich anderen F1-Fans in Verbindung bleiben: Instagram Facebook-Seite Facebook-Gruppe Twitter  Telegram-Gruppe Mail YouTube Kicktipp Sehr gerne würden wir auch eure Rezensionen auf iTunes lesen, bitte nehmt euch 3 Minuten Zeit für 5 Sterne und ein paar warme Worte, vielen Dank! Bewertet uns auch gerne bei Spotify! Keep Racing! Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
Redemption for Leclerc in Budapest? | 2022 Hungarian GP Preview

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 79:42


Sam, Ben and Harry preview the final race before the summer break, as F1 heads to Hungary for Round 13 of the 2022 season. They discuss Ferrari's chances, talk about Lewis Hamilton's F1 future, and play F1: Overrated/Underrated... JOIN our Discord: https://discord.gg/dQJdu2SbAm SUPPORT our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latebraking TWEET us @LBraking BUY our merch: https://late-braking-f1-podcast.creator-spring.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 568 · La previa al GP de Hungría

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 43:56


La F1 acaba la primera parte de la temporada, aunque ya pasamos el ecuador hace algunas semanas, y se va apara iniciar el parón veraniego tras el GP de Hungría, que podremos disfrutar este fin de semana. Los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos preparan, en este segundo episodio de la semana, para el ratonero circuito de Budapest, el que suelen llamar “el Mónaco sin muros”. Leclerc, obligado a ganar. A pesar de la ventaja de Verstappen, la emoción del Campeonato, un año más, no decrece. Y nos espera un fin de semana de infarto, con Leclerc obligado a ganar, si quiere mantener opciones al título, y con el equipo Ferrari metido en una ansiedad incontenible. Los neumáticos elegidos por Pirelli para este fin de semana han sido los del medio del rango, pes Hungaroring tiene la reputación de ser extremado: en cuanto a calor y a sequedad del ambiente. El año pasado, las temperaturas en pista llegaron a alcanzar los 60 grados. Sin embargo, llovió justo antes de la carrera, no sólo el año pasado, sino también el anterior. Concretamente, hay que recordar el inicio “surrealista” del año pasado: todos los pilotos se fueron al pit lane en busca de slicks y sólo Hamilton tomó la salida en parrilla, con intermedios. En cualquier caso, Hungaroring no es un circuito de alta energía, pues cuenta con un asfalto suave aunque a veces tiene baches. Las fuerzas sufridas por los neumáticos son más de tracción que de frenado. Por último, como comenta Mario Isola, responsable de Pirelli Motorsport, Hungaroring era conocido como un lugar donde los adelantamientos eran difíciles, pero ahora mismo, con estos nuevos monoplazas, los pilotos pueden acercarse mucho más. Esperemos tener, un fin de semana más, una carrera al altura de la temporada: divertida y entretenida. Un gran circuito de karts. Como siempre, antes de una carrera, los ingenieros de Brembo califican la dificultad de la pista para los sistemas de frenado de los monoplazas. En este caso, Hungaroring tiene un nivel medio de dificultad, con un 3 sobre 5 en puntuación. Por otra parte, el viento es un factor fundamental en esta pista, que hace que parezca un gran circuito de karts, afectando a la velocidad. Además, al no haber tramos rectos (incluso la recta principal tiene sólo 900m), los frenos no se enfrían, pero tampoco hay muchos puntos e frenadas fuertes. De las 11 frenadas del GP de Hungría, 4 están clasificadas como de gran exigencia en los frenos, 2 son de dificultad media y las 5 restantes son ligeras; la más difícil para el sistema de frenado es la primera curva. Horarios del último GP antes de vacaciones. Los horarios del GP de Hungría son los mismos que los que tuvimos el fin de semana pasado en Francia. El viernes tendremos dos sesiones de entrenamientos libres, a las 14h y a las 17h. El sábado, la sesión de libres comenzará a las 13h y la clasificación a las 16h. Y el domingo podremos disfrutar de la carrera a partir de las 15h. Y, por si fuera poco, ese mismo día tendremos el IndyGP, pero de eso, y de lo ocurrido en Iowa, hablarán los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 en el tercer episodio de la semana. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Missionary Roundtable
History of Baptist Missions in Hungary- Marc Patton

Missionary Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 62:01


Welcome to Season 3 of Missionary Roundtable! In this episode, Kale is joined by Marc Patton. Marc and his family have been missionaries to Hungary for almost 30 years. He has planted a few churches in Hungary, and currently pastors a new church plant in Budapest that is going on its 3rd year of ministry. Marc has a wealth of knowledge about Hungarian culture and history, as well as Baptist missions history in Hungary. Marc shares about his calling to missions, and his story of moving to Hungary in the early 90's, right after the fall of communism.   Follow & Contact the Patton's website: http://pattonhungary.blogspot.com/     Missionary Roundtable is hosted and produced by Kale Horvath. Kale is a pastor and missionary to the country of Hungary. You can learn more about his ministry at www.horvaths2hungary.com. Also, please check out our other podcast, Theology Roundtable, at www.theologyroundtable.com.

F1R THE GIRLS: A Formula 1 Podcast
Hungarian Grand Prix Preview + The Floor Debate

F1R THE GIRLS: A Formula 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 30:41


Get ready for Budapest with us! We get into last year's absolutely wild race, why this track is called “Monaco without walls,” Haas upgrades, what's at stake for the top teams, and more. Then learn all about the floor debate: how the Technical Directive coming into effect at Spa could impact Red Bull and Ferrari's flexible floors, plus the current battle across the grid (especially Christian v. Toto) over potential 2023 regulations aimed at reducing porpoising/bottoming. Follow us on Instagram @f1rthegirls and Twitter @f1rthegirls!

Focus economia
Gas, accordo Ue per riduzione consumi. L Italia dovrà tagliare solo il 7%

Focus economia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022


I ministri dell Energia dell Unione Europea riuniti a Bruxelles hanno trovato un accordo per ridurre in modo coordinato i propri consumi di gas e aiutare così la Germania, dopo una nuova drastica riduzione delle consegne russe. Inizialmente l obiettivo Ue di risparmio del gas, come ha spiegato il ministro della Transizione Ecologica Roberto Cingolani, a margine del Consiglio Energia a Bruxelles, «era un 15% uguale per tutti, che era un po complicato, adesso è stato specializzato Paese per Paese. Nel caso dell Italia, con le regole sviluppate, dovremmo risparmiare il 7% rispetto alla media dei gas annuali per gli ultimi cinque anni». Unico paese a opporsi l Ungheria. Lo riferiscono fonti diplomatiche. Per l approvazione del pacchetto era richiesta la maggioranza qualificata. Il voto contrario di Budapest è stato quindi ininfluente. Ne parliamo conAdriana Cerretelli, editorialista Sole 24 Ore. Il turismo riparte, è pronto a tornare ai livelli pre crisi? Con la guerra ancora in corso e le tensioni per l'energia c'è ancora grande incertezza ma alcuni settori sono ripartiti a cominciare dal turismo. Molti protagonisti del settore sostengono che sarà una stagione molto positiva ma non sono poche le incognite: dal caos voli all'aumento dei prezzi, passando per la difficoltà di reperire lavoratori. Ne parliamo conLorenzo Giannuzzi, direttore generale Forte Village di Santa Margherita di Pula, e con Marcello Mangia, Presidente di Aeroviaggi S.p.A, proprietaria del brand commerciale Mangia's, Resorts and Clubs. Aerei nel caos con la ripresa che resta fragile. Ma non in Italia Dopo gli aeroporti inglesi e quelli olandesi, ora a lasciare a terra i passeggeri sono i dipendenti di Lufthansa dei servizi di terra degli aeroporti tedeschi che hanno indetto uno sciopero per domani rivendicando migliori condizioni di lavoro in vista del nuovo round di negoziati sui salari per chiederne un aumento del 9,5 per cento. Un nuovo tassello nel puzzle delle interruzioni dei voli che i passeggeri di tutta Europa stanno subendo da settimane a causa della carenza di personale nelle strutture del trasporto aereo. Per quanto riguarda l'Italia, gli aeroporti nostrani sembrano avere meno problemi e, secondo Enav, dopo la crisi della pandemia, vi è una sensibile ripartenza. A inizio estate 2022 il numero dei passeggeri trasportati si avvicina a quanto registrato nel corso del 2019 e in alcuni casi è addirittura superiore. Preoccupa però la situazione di ITA, la cui vendita potrebbe arenarsi a causa della caduta del governo. Approfondiamo il tema con Andrea Giuricin, Docente di Economia dei Trasporti all'Università Bicocca di Milano.

Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast
Bella Sims Previews Duel in the Pool Open Water Relay, Broken Individual Events

Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 36:21 Very Popular


We sat down with Bella Sims, the 17-year-old Olympian who anchored USA's 800 free relay in Budapest to gold with a massive 1:54.6 split. Sims breaks down her 200 free race strategy, how she kept her cool while anchoring both prelims and finals relays, and how she prepped in training for her lone event in Budapest. Although she got 3rd in 3 different events, Sims had a great World Trials, going 4 PBs including a time trial of the 200 fly. She is following up her world champs performance with a Duel in the Pool debut, where she will be a part of the 4x800 open water relay and hopes to get the chance to swim the broken 400 and 800 free individual events.