Today, Heather continues her conversation with eating disorder expert and registered dietitian Amy Carlson. Amy and Heather delicately address some "Christianized" messages around binge eating and dieting. Amy shares how she helps women who are struggling with certain foods to have a "with God" experience with their food in order to find freedom from shame. One of Amy's main points for today is that food is not the real enemy. In fact, we have a real enemy and he always tempts us to choose ourselves over God. That can be elevating food to a "too important" position in your life, but it can also be elevating your desires for your body size and shape and placing dieting or fitness lifestyle above everything else. Heather and Amy look at some of the "Christianized" messages they've seen to "help" women in their relationships with food and find some that are troubling. Can we rightly compare what happened with Eve's bite of the apple in the Garden of Eden to our indulgence in foods we believe we shouldn't eat or foods that aren't on our plan? Are we somehow trying to please God by doing "better" than Eve did? Amy and Heather dig in to what happens when we use the Bible out-of-context to support our own food theories. Check out the exercise non-responders data in this episode. Many of us feel shame around food, but the only thing that truly covers our shame is Jesus, not our great ability not to eat certain foods. Listen and share this episode with a friend. Listen to part one of this interview here: A With-God Approach to Eating. Ready for some help and encouragement on your body image journey? Check out the body image freedom framework online course here: https://www.improvebodyimage.com/course-only There's still time to be part of the Group Coaching program too! Email Heather at Heather@ compared to who (dot) me for more details! Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
Taylor Carlson studies how people navigate political discussions. She does a bunch of interesting work, but I was most interested in talking with her about book she published with Jaime Settle last year. It's called What Goes Without Saying: Navigating Political Discussion in America. In it, they report their findings from a variety of surveys and experiments and organize them into a four-step model of political discussion. I talked to Taylor about how she got interested in this area, how the book makes sense of how people approach talking politics with others, and what the future holds.For a transcript of this episode, visit this episode's page at: http://opinionsciencepodcast.com/episodes/Learn more about Opinion Science at http://opinionsciencepodcast.com/ and follow @OpinionSciPod on Twitter.
Chip joins Randy, Carey & Brooke to talk about his walking schedule in San Diego, Mikolas' year never getting off the ground and his struggles in the second-half, how tough the injuries have made the Cardinals decisions on Carlson & O'Neill and the Cardinals series getting started tonight in San Diego. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today Heather is joined by one of her favorite guests, eating disorder expert, dietitian, and biblical truth seeker, Amy Carlson. Amy and Heather dig into some of the messaging around food that they've observed floating around from Christian content creators. Today, the duo gets real and analyzes some of these messages. With an MS in Nutrition and more than twenty-five years of experience working with women with eating disorders and disordered eating, Amy challenges us to think about God as being with us on our eating journey instead of against us. A lot of the messaging around food coming at Christians casts food as "temptation" or "evil," but today's conversation looks at how God really intended us to relate to food and why demonizing food is not the best way to find a healthier relationship with it. Instead, we can invite God into this space and into our relationship and struggles with food. Heather and Amy also discuss the dangers in using Bible verses and stories to support disordered eating habits. Amy vulnerably shares how scripture played a role in her own journey into an eating disorder and how confusing and dangerous it can be to miss the context and goal of God's word and verses like, "commit your ways to the Lord and your plans will succeed" and twist it into a message of disordered eating. You're going to need to listen to this one twice! Get ready for a thought-provoking episode that just may challenge you to think about your relationship with food in a different way. Whether you've had a restriction-based eating disorder, or wrestling binge eating, if you've dieted all your life, or never been sure of how to handle food in a God-honoring way, this episode will encourage you. If it does, please leave a review. Learn more about Amy Carlson and the Peace With Food app at helloPeacewithfood.com Listen to Heather's other episodes with Amy Carlson about our relationship with food here (some are mentioned in today's show): How to Really Feel Better in Your Body Featuring Amy Carlson, RD Letting Go of “Good” and “Bad” Food Labels Featuring Amy Carlson, RD Is Self Control Really the Solution to Our Food Issues? Featuring Amy Carlson, RD Do I Need More Self-Control to Stop Eating? Feat. Amy Carlson, RD Amy Carlson, RD Shares What to Do if You Need to Lose Weight 2 What if I Really Need or Want to Lose Weight? Feat. Amy Carlson Do Food Choices Make Us Righteous? Diet Culture & Purity Culture Romans 14: Good Foods and Bad Foods? Featuring Amy Carlson Part 2 Should I Fast if I Had an Eating Disorder? A Look at Fasting Daniel Fast, Sugar Fasts, and the Truth About Biblical Fasting Are you ready for the next step to freedom in your body image journey? Check out Heather's new Christian online body image course: The Body Image Freedom Framework. Save $50 by using the code: PODCAST Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
We're back for the fourth episode of Season 7! Everything Under The Sun has been nominated for Best British Podcast in the kids category, has a paperback book of Everything Under The Sun OUT NOW and has moved to Bali, Indonesia!We're going to be having lots of fun answering kids questions from all over the world.This week the questions are:Would it be possible to transfer your body onto a computer? Answering this one we have Lath Carlson from the Museum of the Future! Thank you so much Lath.How do aeroplanes fly? We learn all about how aeroplanes so cleverly use forces to keep them up in the air.How many eggs does an octopus lay? It's a great answer all about how octopuses reproduce (which means become pregnant!) and find special places to have their babies. Female octopuses are such incredible mummies, I'm really excited to tell you all about them.Find out all about computers, aeroplanes and octopuses on this week's episode!And do buy the brand new PAPERBACK edition of Everything Under The Sun - a year of curious questions - out now!Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Everything-Under-Sun-curious-question/dp/0241433460Target Australia: https://www.target.com.au/p/everything-under-the-sun-molly-oldfield/65704592And order it in any beautiful bookshop! Thank you! Hope you love it.Instagram: @mollyoldfieldwritesPod Instagram: @everythingunderthesunpodDo check out our website www.mollyoldfield.com for more info about how to send in questions.Have a lovely listen and a great week! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For this episode, we've got the crew from Waypoint Angler Supply joining us. These guys are tackle experts, and have years of experience in the industry. We've got the legend himself, Juicy Jay Carlson, who's got more tournament experience and success than the rest of us combined. Jay has won more boats than most would buy over their lifetime, and he never holds back the goods. Along with Juicy J, we've got the owner and founder himself, Ross Kellermeier, who's turned dreams into reality over the past year with his new bass fishing wonderland: Waypoint Angler Supply, the new Mecca for bass fishing addicts like you and me. Joining those two is MLF media man, Wpt employee, and swimbait enthusiast Erik Gaffron, as well as a special feature from Waypoint Willy, also known as mothercluckin' Wilfred Charles the 3rd Jr. PODCAST brought to you by: Waypoint Angler Supply -- USE CODE GALAXY20 to save 20% on your next order in store or online at waypointanglersupply.com. Check out our other sponsors: Vocelka Fishing and Customs - vocelkafishing.com, Supreme Lending - Dream Team, & Just North of Memphis BBQ.
"I'm also a very strong advocate personally of a sort of an all in approach, meaning we aren't going to solve this with one magic silver bullet, right? If that doesn't exist, we need to develop these things over time." This is part two of a two part podcast recording with Tom Sharp, the Director of Permitting Intelligence with Arbo, and Justin Carlson, founder and Chief Commercial Officer of East Daley Analytics on the issues and challenges facing energy infrastructure projects, and some of the solutions. "Where we've arrived is a place where agencies are getting sued so much, that the process is getting dragged out and the cost of delays is used to halt projects, regardless of whether or not this is a project for traditional energy or renewables." Tom Sharp is a thought leader on infrastructure permitting and an expert in environmental and energy law and policy. His unique perspective is informed by 12 years of federal experience, most recently as Director for Permitting Excellence at the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council (FPISC), and by positions at the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) including Deputy Director for NEPA, attorney in the Office of the General Council, and Senior Advisor for Infrastructure. Tom also worked for 9 years as an attorney at FERC specializing in natural gas pipeline certificates and hydropower licenses. He graduated with a Certificate in Environmental Law from the Tulane University Law School and enjoys teaching law classes focused on NEPA and permitting reform. "If there's a transmission line that's being built from one state to another, crossing four different states, and those states in the middle aren't necessarily getting benefit from that, you're going to probably see increased opposition there." Justin Carlson is the Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer of East Daley Analytics. With a passion for strategy and deep expertise in oil and gas market supply and demand, Justin co-founded East Daley Analytics to creatively transform data and information into market moving knowledge and wisdom to drive client success. He has also authored articles on the energy financial markets for Forbes, Oil and Gas Journal, and Seeking Alpha. Justin has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MS in Engineering Management from the Colorado School of Mines. "You've got all this data that you've actually got to normalize, bring together and that's what really slows the process down. It's not all unified. It is very independent and a bit disorganized and you're not always sure what to trust." USEFUL LINKS LinkedIn profiles (personal, business): https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-carlson-b8033b5/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomaslsharp/ https://www.linkedin.com/build-relation/newsletter-follow?entityUrn=7075561315259338752 Website: http://www.goarbo.com/ https://www.eastdaley.com/
Rev. Dr. Marcus Carlson joins McKenzie and Matt to talk about generational differences. Generational differences are inevitable but navigating them well can support and sustain congregational ministry. Shellie and Matt also discuss how generational differences show up in their work and share resources. Resources Preparing for Amazement Ministries (Rev. Carlson's organization) Fuller Youth Institute (organization) Barna Group (organization) The Parent Cue (website) Dr. Michael Rotolo (person/resource) Understanding the Religious and Spiritual Lives of Young People in America (resource list)
Alec Harrell is the owner of Harrell Engines Los Angeles. At 27 years old he is the fourth-generation member to carry on the family business. Alec's great Grand Uncles, Jim and Nick Harrell, started Harrell Engine LA in 1932 in the heart of Los Angeles. Today, Alec carries on the tradition building nostalgia style Hot Rods among other classic car restoration services, in addition to bringing back the old family speed parts.
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The boys are back, Carlson with a slightly sore head after his travels to Glasgow with NFL Scotland! Looking back at another whirlwind Sunday, they've got all the 0-2 teams in their sights, asking who should be worried and who can bounce back, and in contrast weighing up the 2-0 perfect starters and defining the genuine contenders. The Fins lay down a marker in the AFC East getting it done on the ground, Dallas show they've got balance too as they blow away the Jets. Will NY look to Kirk Cousins after Zach Wilson's expected struggles and just how seriously should we be taking the Commanders? All this, plus much much more including some deep cuts from the Passyunk mailbag, and Carlson's dropping some serious trivia! Remember you can enter your own team for free by signing up to our Draft Kings listener league here - dkng.co/NatCoombsShow or by heading DraftKings and using the promo code NC Show when you sign up. Each week we have free to enter contests with prizes courtesy of DraftKings and our friends at USA Sports https://www.usasports.co.uk including free hospitality tickets to Jags/Falcons at Wembley! To win those, the highest score from the first 3 weeks in any of our free to enter contests gets the tickets so make sure you enter your team! Check out all the contests here : https://www.draftkings.co.uk/leagues/nfrs2hi8/contests/upcoming Eligibility Restrictions Apply. See website for details. 18+ Be Gamble Aware. Subscribe to our brand new YouTube channel for loads of video and bonus footage from the show - https://www.youtube.com/@TheNCShow The link to Ben's new book! - https://amazon.co.uk/American-Football-Revolution-Britain-Fell/dp/1801504652… Show socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/thencshow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thencshow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thencshow/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thencshow?lang=en Threads: https://www.threads.net/@thencshow
"There's a lot of different things that are plaguing infrastructure developers or have been for a long time, and they're all sort of coming to a head now." This is part one of a two part podcast recording with Tom Sharp, the Director of Permitting Intelligence with Arbo, and Justin Carlson, founder and Chief Commercial Officer of East Daley Analytics on the issues and challenges facing energy infrastructure projects, and some of the solutions. "We don't build a road that no one's going to travel on. You build a pipeline, because somebody has supply and someone has demand." Tom Sharp is a thought leader on infrastructure permitting and an expert in environmental and energy law and policy. His unique perspective is informed by 12 years of federal experience, most recently as Director for Permitting Excellence at the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council (FPISC), and by positions at the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) including Deputy Director for NEPA, attorney in the Office of the General Council, and Senior Advisor for Infrastructure. Tom also worked for 9 years as an attorney at FERC specializing in natural gas pipeline certificates and hydropower licenses. He graduated with a Certificate in Environmental Law from the Tulane University Law School and enjoys teaching law classes focused on NEPA and permitting reform. "You really have two kinds of risk. You've got risk borne by the project developer, and then you've got policy risk." Justin Carlson is the Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer of East Daley Analytics. With a passion for strategy and deep expertise in oil and gas market supply and demand, Justin co-founded East Daley Analytics to creatively transform data and information into market moving knowledge and wisdom to drive client success. He has also authored articles on the energy financial markets for Forbes, Oil and Gas Journal, and Seeking Alpha. Justin has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MS in Engineering Management from the Colorado School of Mines. "Midstream companies are out wanting to develop hydrogen projects, but we don't really know where the supply is. And we also don't know who wants it, so I don't know what to do." USEFUL LINKS LinkedIn profiles (personal, business): https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-carlson-b8033b5/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomaslsharp/ https://www.linkedin.com/build-relation/newsletter-follow?entityUrn=7075561315259338752 Website: http://www.goarbo.com/ https://www.eastdaley.com/
In this episode of The Next CMO podcast, I speak to Glenn Bottomly, the CMO of Taylor Corporation, one of the leading providers of print services.In 1959, Glen Taylor took a job at Carlson Wedding Services, a small printing business in North Mankato, Minnesota. In 1975, after working at nearly every job in Carlson and helping to double its size, Taylor purchased the company, and Taylor Corporation was born.For more than 45 years, Taylor Corporation has continued to innovate and expand into a company of extraordinary depth and diversity, evolving into an industry-leading provider of print, communications, marketing technology and interactive solutions.Make sure you check out Glenn's podcast, the Art of Marketing Operations: https://www.taylor.com/art-of-marketing-operationsLearn more about Glenn BottomlyLearn more about Taylor CorporationFollow Peter Mahoney on Twitter and LinkedInLearn more about Peter's company, AcceleratusLearn more about Planful for MarketingJoin The Next CMO CommunityRecommend a guest for The Next CMO podcastProduced by PodForte
Hubert Joly est le plus américain des patrons français et est reconnu comme l'un des PDG les plus remarquables au monde. Il a passé plus de quinze ans à la tête de grandes entreprises en France et aux Etats-Unis, où il a spectaculairement redressé le groupe Carlson ainsi que le groupe Best Buy, géant de la distribution américain. Aujourd'hui professeur à Harvard, il a également fondé une chaire à HEC dédiée à la quête de sens en entreprise, et accompagne des dirigeants qui cherchent à mettre en œuvre un leadership centré sur le sens, la recherche du bien commun, et l'humain. Le temps d'une pause, il nous emmène sur les pas de son chemin de vie, nous livre sa vision du leadership et nous raconte dans les coulisses du quotidien d'un PDG de grandes entreprises américaines.
Ep. 149 - Digital Change Agent YVONNE CARLSON talks FINDING WAYS TO REACH PEOPLE IN DIGITAL SPACES. #yvonnecarlson #theology #technology #online #onlinechurches #churches #onlinepastor #churchcampuses #6WaystoSundayPodcast #communications #artificialintelligence #AI #digitalworld #livestreaming #storytelling #computers #onlinepastors #techpastors
27 year old Lisa Carlson was found dead inside her home on July 18, 1998. Her body was found after her twin toddlers wandered alone next door to their grandparents's house. Who was Lisa and what happened to her?Instagram: @caffeinatedcrimespodTwitter: @caffcrimespodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: Caffeinated CrimesSupport the show
6am hour -- one notable US city is removing its bike lanes after finding out they're not getting used much, KVI listeners have a chance tomorrow to buy gas for $3.82 a gallon, music fans irate after long security checks at The Gorge at George for The Lumineers concert were so long most people missed the show, even by Pres. Biden's own standards he did two really tone-deaf astonishing things on September 11th, a group of students at a prominent Washington DC university don't have a clue who attacked the US on September 11th, Carlson and Lars Larson evaluate the possible House Republican impeachment plan of Pres. Biden. 7am hour -- a brilliant example of political theater coming tomorrow in Kent at Jackson's Shell Station off Highway 167/84th Ave So., GUEST; Dann Mead Smith, Future 42 founder/organizer, explains how KVI listeners can buy gas for $3.82 a gallon (which is the current national average) instead of the over $5 a gallon in Gov. Jay Inslee's WA, why this "tax relief" is so important right now, save over $1.20 a gallon, 10am-noon tomorrow, its also a chance to collect signatures to sign Initiative 2117 to force a repeal vote on the "cap and invest" law that went into effect to start 2023, New Mexico's most prominent county sheriff refuses to enforce the public health ban by the Democratic governor suspending open carry and conceal carry for gun owners. 8am hour -- more New Mexico mess over Democratic Governor's questionable suspension of 2nd Amendment rights, are Jay Inslee and Bob Ferguson paying attention to this constitutional lesson in New Mexico?, bike lanes are being removed in one notable US city, KVI is getting trolled on the station's Twitter feed, Millenials sure don't know much about the importance of Sept. 11th and who attacked the U.S. a pitch perfect parody of a pro-football player on-field protest.
Welcome to the daily304 – your window into Wonderful, Almost Heaven, West Virginia. Today is Sunday, Sept. 10 Recent data shows tourism in West Virginia continues to grow by leaps and bounds…the Mountain State's forest products industry generates $3.2 billion a year…and, thinking of digging ginseng? The medicinal herb has many uses, but Forestry wants to make sure you follow the rules...on today's daily304. #1 – From THE GAZETTE-MAIL – West Virginia's tourism industry continues to grow year over year, according to West Virginia Department of Tourism data revealed at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce's annual business summit recently at The Greenbrier Resort. The data show West Virginia tourism-related content received more than 7 billion impressions in 2022 — more than doubling 2021 numbers. Visitor spending generated more than $754 million in tax revenue for the state that same year. “We have the newest national park in 2022 and West Virginia was the only state to get on every major travel list,” Chamber President and CEO Tricia Ball said. “CNN named us as one of the most underrated travel destinations. USA Today named us a top family destination and Lovely Planet ranked us as the No. 2 travel region ranking only behind Iceland.” According to the West Virginia Department of Tourism, the industry accounts for about 44,000 jobs across the state and 21,000 job openings are projected within the next few years. Read more: https://www.wvgazettemail.com/business/officials-discuss-moving-wv-tourism-forward-at-business-summit/article_2f812c33-a303-5600-805e-2c4a9729f663.html #2 – From WV EXECUTIVE – While many associate the Mountain State solely with the energy industry, its nickname conjures up a different image. West Virginia's beautiful, forested mountains make it the second-leading hardwood state in the country, ranked third nationally by percentage of forested land. The forest products industry—which is made up of loggers, sawmills, dry kilns, veneer plants and furniture and rustic rail fence producers—generates $3.2 billion for the state economy every year and employs more than 30,000 people in highly skilled and technical positions. Companies such as AHF Products, Gat Creek, Weyerhaeuser and Columbia Forest Products, among others, make use of the state's 12 million acres of forestland and 75 billion board feet of timber inventory in an industry that reaches all 55 counties. The promise of expansion, sustainability and an already skilled workforce positions West Virginia as a critical provider of hardwoods as more and more companies focus on utilizing sustainable products, according to Eric Carlson, executive director of the West Virginia Forestry Association. Carlson said he would also like to see more secondary and finish manufacturing investments and new products, as well as innovation in harvesting equipment, develop in the Mountain State. “We have seen great cooperation with the state's economic development team to date, but we also need private equity investment to modernize the entire supply chain,” he says. “Like many businesses, it takes years to recoup the initial investment, and market demand for products is crucial.” Read more: https://wvexecutive.com/fundamental-forest-products/ #3 – From THE REGISTER-HERALD – Ginseng season is underway in West Virginia and runs through Nov. 30 Wild ginseng has been an ingredient in Appalachian culture, as well as medicinal folklore, for generations. West Virginia 'seng diggers have been looking to make money from the golden root for nearly 200 years. It has been used for centuries in North America and Asia for its purported medicinal properties. According to traditional folklore, ginseng roots are used in teas, soups, and medicines to treat sickness, increase vitality, relieve mental and physical fatigue, and prolong life. The West Virginia Division of Forestry closely monitors the harvesting of ginseng to protect ginseng supplies for the future. If you're a ginseng digger, consult (and heed!) the rules and regulations posted at wvforestry.com/ginseng-program. The site includes resources such as lists of West Virginia ginseng dealers and weigh stations. Read more: https://www.register-herald.com/ginseng-season-is-underway/article_6e82ccca-4808-11ee-9137-2326c125df19.html Find these stories and more at wv.gov/daily304. The daily304 curated news and information is brought to you by the West Virginia Department of Commerce: Sharing the wealth, beauty and opportunity in West Virginia with the world. Follow the daily304 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @daily304. Or find us online at wv.gov and just click the daily304 logo. That's all for now. Take care. Be safe. Get outside and enjoy all the opportunity West Virginia has to offer.
Today - It's Friday, and time for another conversation about Colorado's rich and varied literary scene. This week Sun writer and SunLit editor Kevin Simpson talks with Denver-based writer Pete Carlson.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you think Trump's trial should be televised? Do you enjoy Imagine Dragons? If either of those questions pique your interest than we have the perfect podcast for you! Welcome to Wretch Nation where we're breaking down the latest in 2024 coverage, migrants in NYC and troubles at Spotify. Wretch on! Time Stamps: 1:54 Front Page 1:02:00 Obsessions 1:09:42 Reader Mail 1:11:43 Favorite Item of the Week If you have a story you want us to talk about, e-mail us at email@example.com. Follow us on Instagram @InkStainedWretches Show Notes: WSJ: Biden's Age, Economic Worries Endanger Re-Election in 2024, WSJ Poll Finds THE HILL: The Trump trials should grant America a lens into the federal courts Politico: DeSantis' super PAC chief: We're spreading dirt on Ramaswamy Mediaite: Rolling Stone Reports That Neo-Nazi Marchers Declared They Were 'All DeSantis Supporters,' Leaves Out Important Follow-Up Politico: We Asked the 2024 Candidates to Pick the Songs That Stir Their Souls CNN: Opinion: How Covid-19 is resurfacing after months of calm CNN: Dr. Fauci responds to study that says masks didn't work CBS: Mayor Eric Adams says asylum seeker crisis "will destroy New York City" NYT: Opinion | Kia and Hyundai Helped Enable a Crime Wave. They Should Pay for It. NYT: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on How She's Changed Mediaite: Stranded Fox News Reporter Hails This Year's Burning Man as 'One of the Best' WSJ: Spotify's $1 Billion Podcast Bet Turns Into a Serial Drama Bethenny Frankel on Instagram: When Sofia Richie had her lavish wedding France, it changed the way people look at luxury. WaPo: Look up the best regional pizza in your state NYP: Just 12% of Americans — mostly men — are eating half of our beef supply: new research NYT: Have You Seen Paul McCartney's Lost Bass Guitar? Tips Welcome. Obsessions: Forbes: Elon Musk Promotes Campaign To Ban ADL While Agreeing With ‘Raging Anti-Semite' Daily Mail: Does Elon regret giving Tucker free rein? Musk throws shade on Carlson's sit down with fraudster who says he had sex with Barack Obama - calling for 'objective evidence' and not claims from 'someone with a dubious history' US News: Switzerland Is No. 1 in 2023 US News Best Countries Rankings Favorite Item: WSJ: They've Been Friends for 60 Years. Lew and Bobby Have Figured Out What Most Men Don't. FreeBeacon: Memoirs of a Closet Conservative
Ep. 148 - Digital Change Agent YVONNE CARLSON says THE ABILITY TO CONNECT W/ PEOPLE TODAY THROUGH VIDEO IS UNPRECEDENTED. #yvonnecarlson #theology #technology #online #onlinechurches #churches #onlinepastor #churchcampuses #6WaystoSundayPodcast #communications #artificialintelligence #AI #digitalworld #livestreaming #video #pictures #storytelling #computers #hacking
It's been a minute since the social media industry has been in the spotlight, but the past six months have been poppin' off. Between the launch of Threads and Twitter rebranding to X, there's a wealth of new info to digest if social media falls under your purview (in-house or via an agency partner). In this episode, Karri Carlson, VP of Operations at LeadTail, updates us on the platform changes that matter, new platforms emerging (like Mastodon), and the trend of "atomizing" social into niche communities with their own set of rules and community standards. Connect with Guest: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heykarri/ Connect with Lindsey: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindseygroepper/ Learn more about BLASTmedia: https://www.blastmedia.com/
PREVIEW OF TODAY'S PARROT TALK. FOR THE FULL EPISODE SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES. Larry Sinclair gives lurid details about his alleged relationship with former President Barack Obama. Tucker Carlson once again has another interview the establishment does not want you to hear. Mike Parrott gives his commentary and analysis of Carlson's interview with Larry Sinclair. Mike will also reveal the cover up of Sinclair's allegations and why the "media" never covered this story much less investigate the claims. Instead they took a page out of Hilary's playbook. They smeared, prosecuted and debunked Sinclair. Listen to the latest episode of Parrott Talk for all the lurid details and Mike's commentary.
In episode 1542, Jack and Miles are joined by writer, comedian, and co-host of 420 Day Fiance, Sofiya Alexandra, to discuss… Uhhh…Cop City Protestors Just Got Hit With the RICO? Six Degrees Thing Is a Mathematical Fact, The Right Really Wants People To Think Trump's Going To Be Assassinated and more! Uhhh…Cop City Protestors Just Got Hit With the RICO? Six Degrees Thing Is a Mathematical Fact The Right Really Wants People To Think Trump's Going To Be Assassinated Tucker Carlson's Trump Assassination Conspiracy Theory Explained: Where It Started, Who Is Pushing It Trump Faces an Assassination Plot, Conspiracist Alex Jones Alleges Alex Jones Says He's in Contact With Secret Service Over Trump Assassination Plot Donald Trump's “assassination attempt” was really a nonviolent protester' Trump campaign isn't apologizing for suggesting Reno scene was assassination attempt Trump campaign hypes fake ‘assassination attempt' Why isn't the assassination attempt on Donald Trump bigger news? LISTEN: Wana by NourSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oakley Carlson was just 5 years old when she vanished from Oakville, Washington. Her parents didn't report her missing until 10 months after the last time she was seen by anyone else. Where is Oakley Carlson and who's responsible for her disappearance? Join The Investigators as they dive deep into the criminal investigation which is focused on two suspects.
In this episode of Adams Archive, we're unpacking the reality of what's been termed the "Silent Depression," exploring the pervasive economic anxieties that are affecting millions but aren't often discussed in mainstream conversations. Want to know why your financial stress isn't just your own? We're laying it all out. We'll also discuss Tucker Carlson's latest bombshell interview with Larry Sinclair, who makes controversial claims about past interactions with Barack Obama. How credible are these allegations, and why is it making waves now? Switching gears, we'll break down how Peter Ducey put the White House Press Secretary on the spot with Joe Biden's own words. And in our final segment, we scrutinize the recent indictments related to January 6th, asking whether justice is truly being served or if this is a targeted witch hunt. Don't forget to hit the subscribe button and leave a five-star review to support the show. All the Links: https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Substack: https://austinadams.substack.com ----more---- Full Transcription: Adams Archive. Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams Archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we are going to be discussing what some people are calling the Silent Depression, which I found to be a really interesting conversation about today's economic situation and how a lot of people are feeling. A lot of angst around their finances, a lot of angst around our economy, or a lot of angst about the, the amount of national debt that we have and the way that we're living our lives today. So we will jump into that. And this just absolutely blew my mind. It it's crazy. And when, then you tell anybody about this, it'll have the same effect. It's, it's so crazy. Then we will jump into the next one, which is that Larry Sinclair Tucker Carlson had somebody named Larry Sinclair on his podcast, and it will be releasing the same day that this is releasing, he will be releasing a podcast, which is a full interview with somebody who claims that they had sexual relationships with Barack Obama and did cocaine with him back in 1999. Now, that wouldn't be the craziest thing in the world, right? People do cocaine but what's crazy about this is that this is not a woman. This is a man I. Hmm. And to have enough merit to where Tucker Carlson is actually having you on his show on an interview is pretty crazy. So we'll discuss that in the clip that Tucker Carlson dropped about this. Now, this isn't extremely new. I believe we've actually even talked about this before, but just the fact that Tucker Carlson had him on his show to discuss this is pretty crazy. So we'll look at that video together. Then we will talk about how Peter Ducey made Karine Jean Pierre, the White House Press Secretary. Look absolutely silly when talking about a excerpt from a book that came out about Joe Biden's own claim. And then last, but not at least, we will discuss the people that have been indicted and then found guilty from January 6th in what seems to be a witch hunt like. Absolutely making an example of these people. You know, the, the four people that I have up on this article were proud boys and they've just absolutely gone to extreme lengths to make sure that they set an example of these people. And it seems quite crazy because the one who's gotten the most time out of this was not even there during January 6th. Was not even there. Wasn't in the, wasn't, didn't go into the capitol, none of it. All right, so all of that more stick around. First thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button. Leave a five star review again. That's the only thing that you can do to give back to me right at this moment. Just take the time out, take five seconds if you could. Again, I appreciate it a lot. It's, it's I, I've gotten quite a bit of reviews from this more recently, and I, I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. It really does help to continue motivating me, letting me know that what I'm doing, it kind of resonates with you guys, so I would appreciate it. Again, from the bottom of my heart. Go ahead, hit the subscribe. Leave a five star review and. Head over to the Austin Adams sub stack.com. Leave your email there. Anytime I have any announcements, any new podcast companions, I will be dropping them there as well. Alright, so without further ado, let's jump into it. The Adams archive. Alright, so I came across a video on TikTok that absolutely blew my mind. Now, like I was saying earlier in the intro here, I feel like a lot of people are feeling the same way. You know, 70,000, like the average income today is $55,000 a year. $48,000 a year. Well it's actually $56,000 a year is the average income today per individual, right? And $56,000 today. Feels like $30,000 did just 10 years ago, it feels like, right? It's like absolute minimum that you can, you have to make that amount just to be able to find a one bedroom apartment and feed yourself. So I, I think a lot of people are feeling this way. You know, a hundred thousand dollars a six figure income used to be what everybody strove for, right? Like if you came from, you know, a lower income family, a hundred thousand dollars a year was like, you made it, you. Did it, you're, you're doing something really, you know, you're working hard. You found a job that, that rewards you for that hard work, and you found something that, that, you know, should be that, that's like, that's upper upper class, like upper middle class, let's say at least. At least with a hundred thousand dollars salary, just. I dunno. Like I said, 10 years ago people were shooting for that and so people have been feeling this, this, you know, financial angst as a result of, of what this person from this video called a Silent Depression and we are living in this silent depression today. Don't, don't get it confused, right? What, what he compares in this video is that the Great Depression was what everybody looks back on and goes. I can't imagine living in the financial times of the Great Depression, but when you actually, when you actually look at the numbers, the financial and economic the where we're at today as an economy is worse off an individual level than it was during the thirties, during the Great Depression. Absolutely. We are worse off today than we were during the Great Depression financially. Alright, and let's, let's break that down because that's a pretty crazy and wild claim. And I thought so too when I heard this initially, but this is how it breaks down. In 1930, the average income was $3,900 per year. Okay, so let's, let's go back. The average income in 1930 was actually $1,300 per year. I mixed up some of the numbers there. The average income $1,300 per year. Okay, the average income today is 56,000, just like I said earlier. Okay. The reason I messed it up is 'cause I'm looking at a graphic that's. Quite terrible to try to organize this thought, which came from that video. So the average income was $1,300. The average income today is $5,600, right? We're comparing 1930 to 19 or to 2023. Now, in 1930, the average house was $3,900. The average house today is $436,000. So in 1930, it took you three years of a full-time income being saved in order to purchase a home at $3,900. Now, today, it takes you eight years more than double the time that it would've taken you during the thirties to buy the average home. Okay, now the next thing is, The average car, the average car in 1930 costs $600. The average car today costs 48 to hundred or $48,000. Now, back in 1930, that was 46% of your income. Today, that is 85% of your income. The average rent was just $216 per year, 16% of your income, and the average rent today is $24,000 per year, or $2,000 a month. So when you look at it that way, when you just break down the numbers to live the standard life in 1930, You come to find out that the silent depression is real, just to make the, the, the average income and to save for the average house, to buy the average car to rent the average house costs three, three times almost in every single category, eight times your your yearly income when it comes to a house. Three times in 1930. So, so what we're seeing here is a trend that, you know, one, one thing you could correlate this with too, that, that takes away some of the, the craziness of the statistics is the co the, the the average The, the way that we live today, the standard of living has absolutely gone up since 1930. So that, that's a fair critique of this, this percentages in, in, in these finances that, that you're looking at here. Because the house that you were buying at as the average house is being $3,900 back in 1930 was definitely not the $436,000 houses that people are purchasing today. The average car that was $600 is absolutely not, you know, the the 2023. Ford Escape that you're buying today, right? The, the, the, the standard of living has absolutely gone up, but with a standard of living going up. The, the difficulty to maintain that appearance. Right. How many people in 1930 do you think were in debt compared to how many people were in debt today? We live on a debt-based society. Nobody, nobody is, is saving up eight years of theirs full salary to purchase a home at $436,000. Right? So, so I think that's a more. A more valid conversation here is that the, the amount of debt we live in a debt-based society today. The person who was buying their car for $600 in the thirties was purchasing it with cash. The, the person who was buying a $3,900 house was purchasing it likely. Cash, the person buying a $436,000 house is not buying it with cash. Right? So you absolutely have to live below the average standard of living in order to live at your means today. And just even seeing the average income go from 1300 to 56,000 is a crazy amount of inflation. 56, almost 50, 50 times the inflation. Or, or the, the, you know, the, the income. And that's something that sounds nice until you look at the, the average house cost going up by more than 10, 12 times, right? So we live in a debt based society, an enslavement of the, of the people, of the families units within our society today in order to just maintain the average lifestyle. You have to go into debt. You have to be, be a slave to the, the people who are now not only taking that money and giving it to you, but that you have to pay them interest over time. Right? Which again, demeans your standard of living long term, they profit off of that. Right? And then you go back to the the silent weapons for quiet wars conversation. Right. You wanna bring that into this. The debt was absolutely a weapon to be wielded by those elites so that they could become the gods and you could become the slave. And we see that play out perfectly here in this formula that we're looking at in front of us. So I really just thought that was pretty, pretty crazy to, to see and, and have that breakdown. Now again, the standard of living has gone up significantly. I can't imagine spending 40% of my income just on my monthly rent. How, how do you live like that? You don't, you have to live below that, that standard. So the next thing that we'll be discussing is that Tucker Carlson had a man on his podcast, which he's now posting on x, X being what was formerly known as Twitter. Lots of mix ups going on in the world right now. So Tucker Carlson had a man on his podcast named Larry Sinclair. Now, Larry Sinclair is a man that you may have heard the name of before I've even mentioned it maybe once before on this podcast. But Larry Sinclair has. Said and made a statement on Tucker Carlson's podcast, which to me is a, that's kind of a big deal, right? When he's just out there saying stuff into the wind. It's really not, not not earth shattering, but when he goes on one of the biggest platforms in the world and says that not only did he meet with Barack Obama and do drugs with him, specifically cocaine, and watched him do crack, he also claims that he had sex with him twice. Now, this comes on the back of. Maybe that's not the way to phrase it, but this comes on the back of, of a claim recently by bar allegedly one of, I believe it was Barack Obama's assistant or somebody, somebody came out stating that they had Records of Barack Obama stating, I believe it was like maybe a former ex-girlfriend or an assistant, somebody, somebody like that, came out and said that they had letters from Barack Obama saying that he had fantasies about men. So Larry Sinclair, just weeks after that came out is now coming out and saying that he had sex with Barack Obama, not once, but twice, while also simultaneously doing drugs with him. And so this comes from the post-millennial. And again, you can always follow along with what I'm seeing on my screen here, right on YouTube if you find the Adams archive. On Tuesday, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson released a teaser for an upcoming interview with Larry Sinclair, the man who claims to have had sex with Barack Obama. Sinclair alleged that he met Obama at a Chicago bar in November of 1999, where the pair did drugs before engaging in intercourse. Here is the video. You're just a guy who's in town for the night, and it sounds like you're looking to parties. Yeah. Pulled up in a bar outside, and there's this guy that's introduced to me as Barack Obama. I had given Barack $250 to pay for Coke. I start putting a line on a CD tray to snort, and next thing I know he is got a little pipe and he's smoking. So I just started rubbing my hand along this. By to see where it was going and it went the direction I had intended it to go. Even though you had sex with him twice, you did cocaine with him, watched him smoke crack twice. You had no idea who he was. I had no idea who he was. Lemme just ask the obvious question. What was Obama like on crack? Is it your sense that that's who Obama is, just transactional or that these bisexual or like, what is this? It definitely wasn't Barack's first time and I would almost be willing to bet you it wasn't as long the guy's running for president and credible information. Comes out that he's smoking crack and having sex with dudes. That seems like a story. Well, it would be a story if the media really cared about telling people the truth. Hmm. So that comes out tomorrow, which will be today for you guys on the day that this comes out at 6:00 PM on Twitter now known as X. So go listen to that interview. That should be an interesting one because Tucker's asking some very interesting questions there. Right now, if we read this article and continue reading it, it says that you're just a guy in town for the night and it sounds like you're looking to party. Goes on and reads what we just listened to. He went on to suggest that his allegations would've been taken more seriously by those in power if the media really cared about telling the truth. Sinclair first made the allegations against Obama in 2008 in the middle of the then Senator in the middle of the then Senator from Illinois Presidential Run and soon released a book. He was offered a hundred thousand dollars by White house.com to pass a polygraph, but failed and proceeded to suggest the sponsors of the test had been bribed. Ooh, that's interesting. As political reported at the time, Sinclair was a, has a long criminal history in 13 known aliases. Many of his offenses include elements of fraud and deceit. During a recent appearance on the Adam Corolla show, Carlson acknowledged Sinclair's past, but nonetheless said he believed that the allegations were true. Then it says this is a breaking story. It's, it's really not. This has been out since 2008. Let's see if we can find more on these allegations here as they come out. So he says, the man who claims, and then let's go ahead and click this. It says, Tucker Carlson says, Barack Obama had gay sex, smoke, crack, and media ignored the head of election. And this was, let's see, and the timing on this August 30th. So not too long ago. On Wednesday, Tucker Carlson said that despite it being really clear that Barack Obama was both having sex with other males and smoking crack people all over the media neglected to report on the topic before the 2008 presidential election. Carlson discussed the allegations surrounding Obama's lifestyle, which originally came from a man named Larry Sinclair on Wednesday as he spoke on the Adam Corolla show. And here's the clip from that. You know, everybody I knew the world I lived in, in Northwest DC like everyone works either directly for the government. Or is a, a parasite on government, effectively, including people I love and know really well. And the media is too, by the way. I mean, the media is reporting on government, but it's also dependent on government. You know, in 2008, it became really clear that Barack Obama had been having sex with men and smoking crack. And a guy came forward, Larry Sinclair, and said, I'll sign an affidavit. And he did. I'll take a lie detector. And he did. I smoked crack with Barack Obama and had sex with him. Well, That was obviously true. Nobody reported it, not because they were squeamish about sex or drugs, but because the Obama campaign said anyone who reports from this gets no access to the Obama campaign. And so they didn't report on it. So that happens. That's just one small example, but that happens all the time with lots of different issues. And now do you, do you believe that transpired or do you believe the guy is legitimate or both? Oh, the Larry Sinclair story. Oh, that definitely happened. Oh, for sure. I mean, I've talked to Larry Sinclair about it, and oh, definitely it happened. I mean, if you, Larry Sinclair's been in and outta prison during one period, I mean, you know, 40 years ago he was in and outta prison. He's got a criminal record. By definition. He's, you know, poor he's got a disordered life. He's missing a tooth, like he's not. You know, an Atlantic fellow he's not going to the Aspen Ideas Festival. I, I think he has a record of deception. Obviously he does, but this story, if you listen to it in detail, is clearly true. I mean, there's just, I mean, I'm gonna do an interview with him and you can hear it. And again, it's not gonna change the world that Barack Obama likes dudes. I think this was well known. Barack Obama said so himself in a letter to his girlfriend. And by the way, that's kind of Barack Obama's business. I'm not attacking him for, for liking dudes. I'm just saying the amount of lying in the media about it was unbelievable. Like people knew this was true and it was quite obviously true at the time, and people who covered the campaign didn't say anything about it because they didn't wanna lose access to the campaign. And, and that happens all the time up and down government. So it's, it's almost like if you have a housekeeper, you think, oh, you know, she works for me. But if you have a housekeeper long enough, you realize, well, you actually work for her and you get caught up in her dramas. Do you know what I mean? Like, yeah. Mm-hmm. There's a weird dynamic where you switch places d d with people in No, and, and by the way, fire her abruptly and she'll write a tell all book about Tucker at home. That's exactly right. And you know, we, we don't even have a full-time housekeeper, so like that's not gonna be an issue for me. But the point is, you think you're holding government accountable, but actually they're controlling you. That that's really the dynamic in Washington. But you know, you're living in the soup and it's hard to see it at work. And this is a long way of saying the conclusions I've reached are middle aged conclusions. And that's a lot of it. Right? It's just that I've gotten older. And you can't see certain things when you're younger. And it's like young people, you'd think they'd be the most open-minded of all. They're the least open-minded because they're afraid of the future. So they want to believe whatever storyline they've been fed is true. Like the only problem with Americas white supremacy and like our tax system is fair and Kennedy was assassinated by a lone gunman or whatever. They don't want to un, they don't wanna face like the terrifying unknown and complexities of. The actual world we live in, the reality of life, which is like, we have no freaking idea. Wow. What's going on? Actually, they don't wanna admit that. Hmm. Interesting. I'd like to see maybe if there's any other interviews that we could watch really quick on Larry Sinclair. So let me go ahead and pull that up and we'll watch some of those. But I, I don't know if I disagree with him, although I disagree with maybe the premise of, of the reasoning behind it. Let's see. Larry Sinclair. Obama. All right. So I got that pulled up and ready to go. And here's too what I, I agree with Tucker Carlson. I'm like, who caress If Barack Obama's gay, in fact, they, he would've been even more celebrated being the first, not only black, but also gay president ever. So why I. Why hide it? You know, maybe because it gives merit to the idea that Michelle Obama's actually a, a, a man the, the, the conspiracies surrounding that. And also I, you know, going back in time in my head that there was actually somebody that I, I knew that was you know, and this sounds hokey and like, you know, you hear all these people say this stuff like, oh, I knew some guy who was really high up in military da la la and, but I, I, I was aware of somebody who I used to work around and he's. Dated that he used to work security detail. And this guy's legit. He, he knows, he knows lots of people and, and he's was very, very everything that, that sounds hokey right. Very high up in special forces and ended up working security details for the president or presidential campaigns and. All of that stuff. And he said that he, he, he met and, and did security for Michelle Obama and he actually gave some merit to the idea of that conspiracy. So I don't know what to say about it. I'm not saying it's true. I'm just saying I knew a guy who said that he knew that that might be the case. That's all I'm saying now, you know, the whole hokey special forces high up thing that's legit though. This guy was like, One of the most legit dudes I've ever met. So pretty crazy. I won. I won't say his name 'cause you know, all that, you know, gotta make it more hokey. But yeah. Anyways, so let's go ahead and watch this video here. Larry Sinclair ex-girlfriend of Barack Obama says she had the letter. So that's who it was. It wasn't an assistant, it was his ex-girlfriend who said that he wanted to make love to men. Do with that, would you please? Who cares? Honestly, you know the, the general public would've celebrated him even more. That's why I'm not sure why the, why they wouldn't have just came right out and, and said that. But interesting stuff. Let's go ahead and watch the Sinclair video here. 'cause this is way back in the day when he did this in 2000, way back in the day, 2008. In regards to the Obama incident, I flew out of Colorado Springs, Colorado to Chicago on November 2nd, 1999, arriving in O'Hare early in the morning of November 3rd. Yo, I'm just saying how he's explaining this. It sounds very natural, but why would you make up something like this? Right. Wow. Oh, so people are Larry Sinclair let's see. Hmm. On the stand. 'cause that's where he's sitting at. It looks like in a courtroom. Here we go. Here's the video from two three. Larry Sinclair got a question? Yes, sir. 15 years ago this was posted microphone. Mr. Sinclair, could you explain why if this incident happened in 1999, you waited until 2007 or 2008 to come forward? It's a question of credibility, sir, why didn't you come forward back in 1999 or 2000? I'm number one in 1999. I really didn't care whether he was the senator from or not, to be honest with you. I wasn't a resident in Illinois. As far as why now I was living in Mexico up until 2006. It really was of no interest to me. I know plenty of politicians, both locally and internationally that, you know, are pretty much crooked. The whole issue was based on his drug use and his claim that he had not used drugs since his college days, and that was the whole issue that brought this forward. Next question, sir. Are you receiving any financial support for your efforts from anyone? And if so, does any, do any of those people have connections to the Republican party? I can. I'm glad you asked that question. Number one, I am not connected with any party. Republican, independent, libertarian, democratic, none nor are anybody that are contributing to the cost and the expense of this. Every penny that has gone to pay for this press conference, my travel expenses have come from average American citizens, most of them actually, according to their own statements or declare independence in the sums of from 12 and 31 cents to a hundred dollars each. This project, what is Veritas Federal Media and what role do they have? And this recogni of the camera crew and back the media company you just requested. What is it? It's exactly what I just answered, this gentleman. It represents every individual person. It's not a company. In all honesty. It was established as an email address when I arrived here for the Democratic National Committees bylaws and Rules, rules. Okay. I did. I did. Okay. It is not a company, it is nothing more than a name to represent all of the individuals across this country that have helped get this story out. He does seem like a little bit of a con man. I'll say that a bad one to would you be willing to share your mental health records with the public? Actually, I'm going to post later this afternoon a list of all my. Through all of your medical records that are available through 1999, anyone with valid legitimate press credentials that wants to check my mental health history, I will be more than willing to sign an authorized medical release for that record. Will we get more 30 minutes? Huh? More than 30 minutes. More than 30 minutes of what? What the documents. Well, actually, if you if, if you're valid press and you want me to release my psychiatric records, I. Lease them to you as long as you pay for them. I have nothing to hide. Good. It was a judge about McCain in 30 minutes. Oh, sorry. You can tell where I'm at today, Mr. Matton. Yes. Mr. Sinclair. Will you state whether you had sexual relations with any other politicians here today? Your name has come up. Larry. For the record, I have not been engaged or involved with any other politician. In fact, at the time that I met Senator Obama, I had no idea that he was actually in Illinois politics. What a question. Let's see how long this press conference is? Nine minutes. Why did you change your name? So, Well, first of all, in my younger years I was cons. So why did you change your name so often? So there was what Tucker alluded to, there's like 13 aliases of this man. He had a history of deceit, right? He, he seems like the way that he's speaking you, you can tell he is a little bit of a con man. Now that doesn't completely discredit his claim but it does a little bit. It does a little bit, although this completely backs up what Obama said himself to his ex-girlfriend, who had no reason to out him, to, in, you know, the, the letter that he wrote to her considered like you know, wild. And it was wild of respect to my family because as you can see with everyone putting my past history all over the place and distorting it I changed my name the first, actually, the first two times I changed my name was while serving prison sentences in Florence, Arizona. Nice politician Mexico, watching the last 24 hours gonna see. But as of morning, I think came to, here's the most watched portion of this. Okay. What, what, what time did you meet him on November 6th. And what time did he arrive at your hotel on the journey? On the day following, we met in the early evening on November 6th. As far as the specific time on November 7th, I cannot provide that to you, and I know where that question's coming from, but I cannot provide that to you. You know where it's coming from. Thank you. How, when and where did you incur this permanent disabling nerve and spinal injury? Sacramento, Cal, Sacramento, California. Injuries from October of 2000 through August of 2001, while employed with B N G delivery systems on Harris Avenue in Sacramento, California. And, and what is your source of income now? Is that my source of income? My, my source of income is disability, social security, everything in writing based on this constant misinformation and misrepresentation that's been circulated. I'm gonna give you everything in writing and you to make your own decision. Okay? What, what, what time did you meet him on November 6th. And what time did you arrive at your hotel on the journey of the day following? We met in the early evening on November 6th. As far as the specific time on November 7th, I cannot provide that to, I have stated, I'm not sure why, stated that he was introduced to me as Barack Obama by the driver and by Barack Obama. Himself, sir. Always. Hey Larry how much did this whole event cost you and what, what are you doing now for a living? Well as far as anybody wanting to know the final expenses, I would have to check. 'cause I've had a few things changed in the last 24 hours. But as of Monday morning, I think it came to a total of $4,126 89 cents. Wow. What an interesting guy. Let's see if there's anything else on this that we find of merit until we move. Let's see. David Cross, I snorted co cocaine with Obama. Hmm. Obama and gay marriage. Said, I struggle with this. Larry Sinclair's lawyer talks about his genitalia. How do you not watch that one? Folks? Actually, I'm wondering Mr. Simply why you decided to take this on. And, and it's the report that you've been disbarred in the state of Florida. I'm wondering if you're, you're a part of the bar in, I had to answer those questions as I expected they would come up. I have been suspended by the Florida Supreme Court on March 7th, 2000. And eight and the suspension was a result of me being too litigious and allegedly not paying child support. That matter is now pending at the United States Supreme Court, but as a result, I have been reciprocally suspended by the District of Columbia Bar and the Federal District Court in the District of Columbia. Without an opportunity for a hearing or an opportunity to present my side of that story. There is on the website 147 pages, which documents what's going on in my particular professional life. And it really isn't the subject of what's going on here today, but if you're curious, you know, it's a good read. I encourage you to read it. Is it, is it fair for me to inquire about the K also? You certainly, certainly can seem to you, but I don't know why the men wear hands, but I think it's a function of male genitalia size. And you're normal or small hands probably aren't uncomfortable with those girls at the other end of the side. This cannot be, excuse me, can I say something on your question to the killer? Just, just actually, I asked him to wear a suit and tie and he says, why should he be uncomfortable? And I said, because you're paid to be uncomfortable. Look at me. Okay. Not about Obama. That was about the lawyer wearing a kilt. So this, this looks like a clown show folks, whether or not this is true or not, this man is an absolute mess. So, you know, let's, let's, let's take everything he's saying here, maybe with a grain of salt after seeing that he hired a lawyer who is disbarred and were killed. I don't know. I'll, I'll, I will have to watch this Tucker Carlson interview after all of this. 'cause this is not, not what I was expecting out of these videos. This just looks like an absolute clown show. Alright, let's see. Anything else? Anything else? Anything else? Does not look like it. And if there is, YouTube's hiding it. All right, so one of the next things we'll watch here is Jean Jean Pierre Kare, Jean Pierre, the White House Press secretary, getting asked about President O president Biden. I almost said O Biden, president Biden, which according to some people is Ashley who's running this country still, which would make much more sense than. Biden doing it and would actually make everybody feel a little bit better. But let's watch this video. It's hilarious. Okay, thank you Kareen. President Biden is the oldest president in US History. Why does White House staff treat him like a baby? No one treats the president of the United States, the commander in chief like a baby. So if there's this book that says that's ridiculous, when staff back claim what sounded like a call for regime change in Russia to the president quote, rather than owning his failure, he fumed to friends about how he was treated like a toddler. Was John Kennedy ever babied like that? So look I'll say this. There's gonna be a range, always a range of books that are about every administration, as you know that's gonna have a variety of claims. That is not unusual. That happens all the time, and we're not going to litigate those here. That's something that we're not going to speak to. There is one thing that I do want to, 'cause I think I was asked this question last week by one of your colleagues about this particular excerpt that they were referring to. And so, Okay, so I'll just reiterate the point here is that somebody wrote in a book an excerpt from something that Biden said, which was that they treat me like a toddler. Did they treat John F. Kennedy like a toddler? I. Hmm. Well, John F. Kennedy wasn't riddled with dementia. But so that, that was the idea is that oh, Biden was frustrated with the idea that he's being treated like a child. So Ducey just calls it out to Kareem Jean Pierre, and she's now. Initially tries to, you know, frivolously throw off the claim before he actually mentioned the excerpt from the book about him saying this. But watch how she basically says nothing other than a lot of people say a lot of things about stuff in books and we can't confirm nor deny anything that was said and. You know, maybe you should stop asking dumb questions and we're not going to litigate those here. That's something that we're not going to speak to. There is one thing that I do want to, 'cause I think I was asked this question last week by one of your colleagues about this particular excerpt that they were referring to. And so I'll say this, you know, we did see the excerpt excerpt go the context of the excerpt, and it seemed to be making the opposite overall point about how the value. Of his experience and wisdom resulted in rallying the free world against authoritarianism, which is important. We have seen this, you all have seen this and passage of the most historic agenda by the recent history in his handling of foreign policy, like rallying the world. Around Ukraine, as you just heard from our national security national security advisor who laid out in really good questions that your colleagues asked about how the president is moving forward about Ukraine about kind of leading into these conversations that he's going to be having at the G 20. Why do you think it is that in Wall Street Journal poll, two thirds of Democrats think President Biden is too old to run again? Look, here's what I know. Here's what I can speak to. I can speak to the president who has wisdom. I can speak to a president who has experience, I can speak to a president who has done historic, has taken historic action and has delivered in historic pieces of legislation, and that's important. When the last guy who was in this in the Oval Office talked about infrastructure week, it was a joke and the president, Passed a pretty important piece of legislation in a bipartisan way because of his wisdom, because of his experience. And now we have infrastructure decade. And it doesn't stop there. It starts Last week we talked about how the president beat big pharma. I. Something that elected officials, oh, he beat, it's gone. And politicians have been trying to do for 33 years beat, and he's been able, he beat to do that beat. And we introduced 10, the first tranche, the the first 10 drugs that Medicare can now negotiate on. Right. And it's going to save money for our seniors, for Americans across the country. The, the gentleman that introduced the president, Steven, who's 71 years old, paying $16,000 a month, $16,000 a month. Just to stay alive because he had cancer. Notice this rambling. When the question was, how do you feel about two thirds of the Democrats in the country feeling like Joe Biden is too old to run. She turns it into this and diabetes, and he cannot retire because he's, because he has to pay $16,000 a month and because of the work that this president has done. He doesn't have to do that anymore. And I'll say one last thing. I know you have a follow up. Probably about five more, but let me just say this one last thing is that. The interesting thing about this is that the president has done these historic pieces of legislation, whether it's the bipartisan infrastructure legislation, whether it's the American Rescue Plan, whether it's Chips and Science Act whether it's the Infl Inflation Reduction Act. There are some Republicans right in the House in the Senate that did not vote for any of these legislations that I just laid out, who go back to their state, go back to their district and take credit for something that the president did. So this is not unusual. They did this in 2019. They did this in 2020, and the P, they did this in 2022 and the president continues to prevail. I don't see how that answers that question at all, but what's probably the most infuriating thing for her to say there why Federal and Georgia pushing electric is that Joe Biden just, he beat big pharma. We know that he beat big pharma. It's been done, it took 33 years for people trying to do this, but he beat big Pharma. No you didn't. Big pharma's making record profits. They've been making record record profits during the entirety of his presidential campaign. Everything, everything he's done has helped Big Pharma from shutting down the country to enacting you know, vaccine mandates. It's a winter of, of death and destruction or whatever the hell he said about people during covid. So funny. So, Anyways, the, the last thing we're gonna discuss here is gonna be that the, the January 6th situation. Okay. So there's been four people now found guilty during, from January 6th, all of them related to the Proud Boys. There was, I believe one or two more today leading to maybe five or so members getting actual indicted and charged with crimes. And what we're seeing from this is that these people are being charged with exorbitant amount of jail time over these frivolous, seemingly frivolous actions. I, I, I just cannot see any violent crime going on here. So let's read this article. It comes from N B C that says four members of the far right Proud Boys organization were found guilty Thursday of Seditious Conspiracy in connection with January 6th attack on the US Capitol. Enrique Tario. Joseph Biggs, Ethan Nordeen and Zachary Rail were found guilty on the of the rare charge of Seditious Conspiracy under a Civil War era statute. Wow. That's how far they had to reach back a Civil War era. Statute. Dominic Pola, another member of the group was found not guilty of Seditious conspiracy. Terry Biggs Nordine and Rail were also found guilty of conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding while US District Judge Timothy Kelly declared a mistrial on the count that Pola, after the trial said it could not come to an agreement. All five proud boys members were charged with nine counts in connection with the attack on January 6th while Pola, who was caught on video smashing in a window with the Capitol Police shield during the breach, and who admitted into his behavior on the stand was separately charged with a 10th count of stealing the police shield and found guilty. Thursday Pola was also found guilty of assaulting, resisting, and impeding certain officers while four other defendants were acquitted of that charge. The jury recently a partial verdict and Kelly declared a mistrial on several other counts, which did not come to a conclusion. The mis, the trial unfolded about for over about four months with jury selection beginning in December and opening arguments starting in early January. It was the third seditious conspiracy case to go before jurors sensed the capital attack. Six members of the far right Oath Keepers group, including Founder Stewart Rhodes, were convicted on that charge across two trials in November and January. Jeremy Bertino, a high level member of the Proud Boys, who pleaded guilty to the Seditious Conspiracy in October. Testified for the prosecution in his latest trial as part of a plea deal, telling jurors that proud boys believed they had to do anything that was necessary to save the country. Hmm. Prosecutors argued the proud boys were thirsting for violence on January 6th and had organized in advance to stop certification of President Joe Biden's win by any means necessary, including by force. Defense attorneys countered that the Justice Department was using a group as a scapegoat for the real person to blame for January 6th. Donald Trump. Two defendants. This is where it gets a little bit more interesting. Two defendants testified at the Trial Rail, the head of the organization's Philadelphia chapter and Paola, a floor installer from New York, who members of the organization called Spazz just before Rail was set to be cross-examined online through surface videos that appeared to show him deploying a can of pepper spray towards Officers Rail, who was not charged with assaulting police. Denied it. At trial, Pola got heated on the stand, bringing up conspiracy theories. Conspiracy theories about another January 6th. Participant, Ray aps, who seemingly is nowhere getting charged while saying, let's go into the Capitol and ranting about the fake charges in the phony trial. The biggest challenge prosecutors faced. You know, let's see if you can actually get those clips. Maybe that would be interesting. Of course. We will probably not be able to. Hmm, Nope. Let's see if we can at least get the quotes. Our plans were maybe to storm the liquor store. That was it. Yeah. Interesting, interesting, interesting. But what's crazy about this, what's the craziest thing going on here? Is that this guy, that this what was his name? What was the name there? Fi, not Paola, but Rail. Rail I believe got 22 years in prison for. This situation. Now, the what I believe, I believe he was the one who was not even there at the time of actually storming the capitol. Storming the capitol. Right. So they're, they're taking it. There was another guy that I saw on Twitter earlier. I. I don't think I'll find it right now, but he got a year and seven months just for being there and walking through the building a year and seven months in jail while the head of the Proud Boys got 22 years while he was not even present at the time of them having this museum tour. Right. Not even present at the time. So it seems like. All too convenient that at the same time the Justice Department is being weaponized against the former president of the United States. He's, it's also being weaponized against the very people who had any sort of support for him during this event. Right now, we all know Donald Trump's very likely just gonna get off on all charges. But these guys, these guys with real lives, Marine Corps veteran families, friends, Not billions of dollars are going to suffer immensely for this 22 years in prison. This guy got for January 6th and he was not even there. Think about his wife, think about his children. Think about his friends and his family and his future is gone. And this guy's like an older dude. He's not. He's not super young. 22 years. There's rapists and murderers who get off with less time in their conviction than this guy just got for. Not even being present for saying words on social media. It's crazy. So we'll see this play out, but. Yeah. Now we know, right? Just you, you gotta be smart about the way that you go about these things. You know, use your voice and, and definitely don't run into the Capitol no matter how many F b I agents tell you to do it. All right guys. Thank you so much for listening. I appreciate you from the bottom of my heart. Have a wonderful day. I love you. I'll see you next time. Peace.
This week we welcome Christina Carlson, an embodiment and energetic coach, speaker, teacher, and the host of the podcast, “Bitches, Witches & Queers." Christina and I talk about her experience of being raised as an Evangelical Fundamentalist Christian, leaving the church, and how dance helped free not only her body but her mind. Eventually, Christina discovers another church, and falls in love, but over time signals in her body help her to recognize that the church environment is not for her. We also talk about how this paved the way for what she currently does, working as an embodiment and energetic coach, and the ways she employs practical spirituality in all that she does especially her work. Christina ends this incredible conversation with an exercise that eases us into the practice of observing ourselves and staying inside our bodies.
The number of children diagnosed with ADHD has been steadily increasing. Now it is estimated that 1/10 children will be diagnosed with ADHD at some point.Even though about half of these children receive some type of behavioral treatment, there has been a lack of studies around OT-specific support for ADHDer children. In this one hour OT CEU course, we will look at a study of an OT program for ADHD that features: Children setting their own goalsA focus on daily time managementTime-assisted devices This program led to significant improvement in performance and satisfaction! After we review the article, we're excited to discuss this research with ADHDer and pediatric OT, Bryden Carlson-Giving, OTD, OTR/L. He and I will discuss the practical implications of this research for OTs. In order to earn credit for this course, you must take the test within the OT Potential Club.You can find more details on this course here:https://otpotential.com/ceu-podcast-courses/occupational-therapy-adhdLearn more about our guest:https://otpotential.com/occupational-therapy-directory/bryden-givingHere's the primary research we are discussing:Occupational performance goals and outcomes of time-related interventions for children with ADHDSupport the show
Unfortunately, sub-optimal Vitamin D3 levels and Insulin Resistance are “normal” in our current society. However, Vitality Made Simple listeners do not want to be normal! We know that normal is only what is typical at a certain time in history. In our world, normal is dehydrated, irritated, constipated, frustrated, overscheduled, overstimulated, under rested, under nourished, and totally stressed out. In today's episode, we are exploring how to optimize Vitamin D3, improve Insulin Resistance, and decrease your chances of ever developing Type 2 Diabetes. This is information that can increase your vitality, improve your relationships, and take the stress out of being healthy! To order the tasty Cod Liver Oil that I mentioned, please go to www.DrDebbieOzment.com and click on the SHOP tab. Then under the Wholescripts tab, you will find Carlson's wild Norwegian-sourced Cod Liver Oil, with Natural Lemon. This delicious food supplement contains Vitamin D, Omega 3 Fatty Acids, and Vitamin A. I enjoy taking it every day. Thank you for supporting the podcast!
Chris sat down with Chris Johnson and Nathan Carlson to discuss all things Bone Stress Injuries and Lower Limb Tendinopathies in runners. We dive into: examination, imaging recommendations, treatment, timelines and prognosis, communication, and much more. Watch the full episode: https://youtu.be/3Ofm5dH9dq4 More about Chris and Nathan: Chris' Instagram Nathan's Instagram Chris' Website Nathan's Website Bones, Tendons, Weights, and Whistles Course The Runners Zone Podcast --- Follow Us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/e3rehab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e3rehab/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/E3Rehab --- Rehab & Performance Programs: https://store.e3rehab.com/ Newsletter: https://e3rehab.ck.page/19eae53ac1 Coaching & Consultations: https://e3rehab.com/coaching/ Articles: https://e3rehab.com/articles/ Apparel: https://store.e3rehab.com/collections/frontpage --- Podcast Sponsor: Vivo Barefoot: Get 15% off all shoes! - https://www.vivobarefoot.com/e3rehab --- @dr.surdykapt @tony.comella @chrishughen --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
Welcome back to the Healing Her podcast! Today, I am so excited to welcome my sister, Brooke Carlson to the podcast! Although we see each other all the time, it took a lot to get us both here so I am thrilled that you get to hear from my absolute best friend in the world. We've gone through some difficult times together and I think that has only served to bring us closer. In this episode, Brooke and I will be answering some of your questions from what it was like growing up together, to how Brooke dealt with my miscarriage while being pregnant herself. We'll also dive into mine and Mike's relationship with Brooke and her husband, raising sisters with a strong bond, and repairing our relationship after arguments. Keep listening to hear more! The Healing Her podcast will dish out practical tools, a touch of humor, and a whole lot of heart to help you uncover your way back to yourself and your peace. We will dive deep into the world of healing in a way that's as relatable as chatting with your best friend. I'm Ashley LeMieux, a grief expert whose personal journey and masters degree in health and wellness has provided a whole new view on the world. Let's break down the walls that are keeping us from finding the peace and transformation that we all deserve. Find more resources, Ashley's books, and submit your own question to be answered in an episode here: https://ashleylemieux.com/healing-her/
In October 2011, a woman named Marie Carlson disappeared. The police learned from members of a church in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, that Marie had been in a polygamous relationship with the pastor, James Flanders, and his wife, Tanya. Was this relationship the motive for why Marie disappeared, or did she disappear on her own? Sources: Devil in Suburbia- Season 1 episode 2, 'The Old Fashioned Way' https://www.nwfdailynews.com/story/news/2016/07/20/flanders-gets-15-years-for-manslaughter/987063007/ https://www.myheraldreview.com/news/willcox/mom-murdered-by-dad-custody-granted-to-murderers-cochise-county-family/article_440eb8a0-d936-5f04-b1b3-eca75ca6cccf.html Blog: https://kileystruecrime.squarespace.com Instagram: @itscrimeoclocksomewhereblogpod Twitter: @itscrimeoclock Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Buy Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/itscrimeoclocksomewhereblogpod Please leave me a 5-star rating and review if you're enjoying this podcast! I will be back next week with an all-new case and book recommendation! AND REMEMBER, IT'S CRIME O CLOCK SOMEWHERE!!! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kiley000/support
Happy Monday, Alchemist! Today we are celebrating TEN years of Reiki Radio, and four years since the creation phase of The Energetic Alchemist Deck. Please help me celebrate by sharing your favorite episodes of Reiki Radio, and your favorite oracle card in the deck – tag me @reikiradio on IG! Today is also the first episode of season eleven, starting with today's conversation, Finding Your Truth, with Christina Carlson. Christina is a Self-Relationship Coach, an International Speaker, Facilitator, and the Host of the podcast Bitches, Witches, and Queers. Christina Is Certified through Beautiful You Coaching Academy in Australia, and The Devoted Energy Coaching School In South Carolina. They have their Bachelors in Theology, and have devoted extensive hours to continuing education in intra and interpersonal relationships. Christina's work centers supporting her clients to accept their whole selves with compassion, helping them reclaim the parts of themselves that they have been taught to reject, and supporting them to discover the power of their own energy and honor their unique magic. It is her deeply held belief that it is imperfectly sacred and holy to be who you are: fully human. https://www.christinamcarlson.com/ And join me at http://theenergeticalchemist.com for more energetic alchemy, download app and grab your deck!
Wow. Quite a comment from Tucker Carlson on the management team running Fox News. In an interview with a frequent Fox News and Fox Business guest, Dave Portnoy of Barstool Sports, Carlson said the problem was that Fox News was a "company run by fearful women." As a former Fox Business host myself, I'm weighing in on the management controversy in today's edition of The Trish Regan Show. Plus, Bud Light has a desperate new plan to win back all those "fratty" guys they wanted to diversify away from in this new age of "inclusivity". After losing $40 billion in market value, the parent company AB Inbev, has plan to remake its image at college football games beginning at Georgia Southern. I'll explain. And, is Biden really okay? At a recent appearance he seemed to nearly be channelling Mitch McConnell after asking, "Where Am I Going Now"? Lots to discuss. Join me! SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE for daily videos from The Trish Regan Show Subscribe to the whole audio show on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3ZHdJOk Check out my Live Free merch! https://trishregan.shop/ Follow me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trish_regan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/trish_regan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealTrishRegan #trishregan #trishreganshow #thetrishreganshow #trish #trishreacts #exposed #business #economics #finance #economy #financialnews #news #livenews #live #breakingnewsSupport the show: https://trishregan.shop/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prosecutors who have indicted President Donald Trump are trying him for election interference in 2020. Their timing is calculated to interfere with the election in 2024. Europe, especially France, is devoted to democracy, especially its elected leaders—right? Libyans have found something to rally together against: the nation of Israel. If mass horrors were happening in our lifetime, we would never allow it, we think. Turn your eyes to Xinjiang. Links [00:37] Donald Trump and War in the Courts (12 minutes) “America's Broken Judgment” “The U.S. Constitution Is Over 95 Percent Destroyed” [12:12] Europe: Devoted to Democracy? (9 minutes) “Ten Kings of the Holy Roman Empire, Rising Now” [21:04] Watching Libya (8 minutes) Libya and Ethiopia in Prophecy [27:46] The Horror in Xinjiang (14 minutes) “The Climax of Man's Rule Over Man” [41:37] PANEL: What to Make of Orban, Carlson and Trump (15 minutes) “The Strongman, the Pontiff and the Ancient Empire”
What will you get out of this episode? Bethanie Carlson Drew sets you up for success giving you ideas for how to streamline your planning process and reclaim your life while still delivering interesting, highly effective and engaging lessons. She's got systems and templates loads and loads of activities, that are easily adaptable to all levels and all languages. Bio Bethanie Drew is a second generation career educator who graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a BS specializing in sports medicine and Spanish--never really expecting to use the Spanish part of that degree. After a stint in college athletics she realized that her passion was working with teenagers, so she started a career as a high school Spanish teacher and has never looked back. In addition to teaching, she is professionally active as a learner, blogger, presenter, and curriculum creator. She is a frequent presenter at world language conferences at the state, regional, and national levels and has received "Top 10" and "Best of..." accolades for her work there. She is a renewed National Board Certified Teacher and in 2020 was awarded the Jenrette Award for Teaching Excellence & Leadership by her school community. She was named the K12 North Carolina World Languages Teacher of the Year in 2022. When not at school she loves to volunteer and go on amazing adventures with friends, family, and her best pup, Addy. Visit the Language Lounge on Twitter - https://twitter.com/langloungepod Connect with Michelle - https://twitter.com/michelleolah Have a comment or question? Leave a voicemail at (207) 888-9819 or email email@example.com Produced by Wayside Publishing - https://waysidepublishing.com Social Media @lovemysummer Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/bethanie-drew-9a02a7125 Mentions Landfill Harminic A symphony of the Human Spirit http://landfillharmonicmovie.com/ Warm Ups https://aventurasnuevas.wordpress.com/2020/09/13/do-you-remember-adapting-strategies-to-remote-learning-part-1/ Warm Ups https://aventurasnuevas.wordpress.com/2018/08/15/puedo-puedo-structures-to-support-student-learning-and-teacher-sanity-part-1/ Weekend Chat https://aventurasnuevas.wordpress.com/2018/09/03/weekend-chat-update-structures-to-support-student-learning-and-teacher-sanity-part-4/?wref=tp Daily Dashboard https://aventurasnuevas.wordpress.com/2018/12/10/daily-dashboard-structures-to-support-student-learning-and-teacher-sanity-part-7/ Generic Template: Roving Paragraph Frames (English), Bethanie Carlson Drew https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1skF_a_O_DQIEyEfzEngOG1spsOjBqFIWE7tDGLt8k3Q/edit#slide=id.ga073618e60_0_16 Semi Spontaneous Speaking (French, German, Spanish) https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1vzUvfPgyCgsknZ2_wBwy3Xlhi9gi5X-7 Jenga https://aventurasnuevas.wordpress.com/2019/09/14/leveling-up-language-with-jenga-low-prep-high-engagement-total-fun/ Breaking the Sound Barrier by Giancanto Franti and Steve Smith https://www.amazon.com/Steps-Language-Rich-Interactive-Classroom-2nd/dp/1732194882/ref=pd_lpo_sccl_1/131-3433024-5636857?pd_rd_w=fSLAz&content-id=amzn1.sym.116f529c-aa4d-4763-b2b6-4d614ec7dc00&pf_rd_p=116f529c-aa4d-4763-b2b6-4d614ec7dc00&pf_rd_r=CQX81ANCHSQWHB2SJD3S&pd_rd_wg=wPuoz&pd_rd_r=a9d13f40-aeb8-4713-a398-4d93e3dbbbe4&pd_rd_i=1732194882&psc=1 Seven Steps to a Language-Rich Interactive Foreign Language Classroom by John Seidlitz and Bill Perryman https://www.amazon.com/Steps-Language-Rich-Interactive-Classroom-2nd/dp/1732194882/ref=pd_lpo_sccl_1/131-3433024-5636857?pd_rd_w=fSLAz&content-id=amzn1.sym.116f529c-aa4d-4763-b2b6-4d614ec7dc00&pf_rd_p=116f529c-aa4d-4763-b2b6-4d614ec7dc00&pf_rd_r=CQX81ANCHSQWHB2SJD3S&pd_rd_wg=wPuoz&pd_rd_r=a9d13f40-aeb8-4713-a398-4d93e3dbbbe4&pd_rd_i=1732194882&psc=1 Carrie Toth, Cupside Down Game https://somewheretoshare.com/2022/12/20/cup-side-down/Sarah
Lath Carlson is the Executive Director of the Museum of the Future in Dubai. The Museum of the Future is dedicated to telling stories about how humans might adapt to current global crises. Right now, the climate crisis is the most pressing issue. For example, the main story takes people on a journey to 2071, where they experience a world where people have adapted to climate change by collecting solar energy from the moon and beaming it back to earth, giving clean energy to the majority of the world. In order to ensure the science behind these ideas, the museum worked with collaborators from around the world who vetted the science, including people at NASA and at the European Space Agency. Recently, Stanford University proved that this technology wasn't just something created by a museum, it was actually possible. The Museum of the Future opened its doors in 2022 and since then over 20 world leaders have visited. Lath says that this is important because climate change is an issue that requires international collaboration. These leaders are among the ones in a position to make changes that will positively impact their countries. Because climate change is an issue that requires large-scale structural changes, the best thing individuals can do is lobby their governments for change. Lath goes on to say that the best hope we have for addressing some of these complex challenges is more Indigenous knowledge than scientific understanding because scientific understanding and reductionist understanding is, in a lot of ways, what got us to where we are today. In this Chatter Marks series, Cody and co-host Dr. Sandro Debono talk to museum directors and knowledge holders about what museums around the world are doing to adapt and react to climate change. Dr. Debono is a museum thinker from the Mediterranean island of Malta. He works with museums to help them strategize around possible futures.
[00:30] The Tide Is Turning (13 minutes) The tide of support for Donald Trump is rising even as his enemies try to destroy him. Many Americans are getting angry about the constant lies from the media and political establishment. While Joe Biden and other millionaire politicians insist that “Bidenomics is working,” 61 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, and Hawaii victims who lost their homes in the recent fires have received a measly $700 each in federal support. [13:00] Tucker Carlson Exposed Nixon Conspiracy (27 minutes) Richard Nixon was the most popular president in American history before the Watergate scandal. In January, Tucker Carlson did a segment on his Fox News show explaining the truth about Watergate. The lawless Democrat plot to prevent Donald Trump from regaining the presidency echoes what happened to Nixon. [40:30] Trump and Tucker End Cable News (15 minutes) Fox News's viewership is declining while Tucker Carlson's Twitter interview with Trump gains record views. A new biography about Carlson explains why he is such an independent thinker and is impervious to attacks from the left.
Earlier this year at the Evangelical Covenant Church's annual conference, Alyssa Paulson stood in front of delegates denomination-wide. She was there to defend her church. “You think that if you can just get them to see, like, ‘Hey, here I am just another human bopping around in this world … then the rest won't matter,” Paulson said later. Awaken West 7th in St. Paul, where she is an elder, was removed from the Evangelical Covenant Church, or ECC, in late June. The removal was due to being “out of harmony” with the denomination's policies and teachings on homosexuality and gay marriage. “It's not OK that my pastor could perform my funeral, but he can't perform my wedding,” Paulson said, adding that she was seeking acknowledgment that queer Christians who want to marry exist. “You can speak on my love in death, but not in life.” Reevaluating the conversationAwaken West 7th's removal from the ECC is just the latest episode in a wider conversation for churches about the place LBGTQ+ people have in their congregations.At the conference, Paulson says that it seemed most people had already made up their minds, even before she gave her defense statement. “I'm talking to everybody making friends, and everyone was kind and loving and accepting,” Paulson recounts. “The second people found out that I was from Awaken, and who I was — literally eyes shot the other direction.” For Awaken West 7th, run-ins with church leadership have a more extended history. In 2017, Lead Pastor Micah Witham was suspended for giving a blessing over a same-sex couple in his congregation. His decision to officiate a same-sex wedding in 2020 ultimately led to the church's removal. Witham said he met “with the Board of Ordered Ministry, like five different times.”Witham believes everyone should be able to participate fully in church life at Awaken. He decided to officiate the same-sex marriage ceremony partly to make the ECC reevaluate its rules for pastors and churches. “The last time this happened was 1996. That's almost 30 years ago, right?” Witham is referring to a resolution on human sexuality. It was adopted as the basis for Church policies in the 2000s. “Gay marriage wasn't legal in the United States of America at that time. To say we've already had this conversation is just so ... inadequate.” A grieving fellowshipThe ECC's official stance currently is “faithfulness in heterosexual marriage, celibacy in singleness — these constitute the Christian standard. When we fall short, we are invited to repent, receive the forgiveness of God and amend our lives.” Updated guidelines from the 2010s state that pastors can attend as a congregant but can't bless, pray, officiate or participate in same-sex weddings. ECC member churches are also prohibited from hosting same-sex weddings. According to Witham, these new guidelines were not voted on or discussed by the majority of pastors in the denomination. This discussion and voting process is typically required before adopting such measures. When the church updated these guidelines, Witham said that there were “no pastor[s] who dissent[ed] on this theologically in the room.” Like Paulson, Witham spoke at the annual national conference to argue against removal. He made his case for LGBTQ+ acceptance but didn't seek to change the ECC's overall stance. Instead, he wanted more dialogue and for individual churches in the denomination to make their own decisions. In the end, 75 percent of delegates voted to remove Awaken from the Evangelical Covenant Church.Awaken also isn't the first church involuntarily removed. In 2019, First Covenant Church in Minneapolis was also removed for adopting similar policies accepting LGBTQ+ congregants to participate fully in church life, including marriage. In an announcement to media, Evangelical Covenant Church Executive Board Chair Tim Rodgers said, “We are always grieved when fellowship is broken ... we pray for God's blessing on Awaken and the Covenant Church as we each continue to join God in mission.” The Evangelical Covenant Church did not respond to requests for comment in time for publication. The situation isn't unique to the Twin Cities. Quest Church in Seattle, Wash., voluntarily left the denomination over similar issues this year.“The Evangelical Covenant Church leadership at that time was very dogmatic in opposition to that,” said Brent Carlson, leadership chair at First Covenant. “Unfortunately, that is not the tradition of the [ECC].” The financial factorCarlson and Witham have repeatedly said that, in their view, the ECC has historically valued having various opinions on religious beliefs and interpretations. “The Covenant Church was about dialogue, community, love within the community ... it seems to have changed, and that's unfortunate,” Carlson said.“For a lot of people, this topic brings up a lot of fear about what's next. Kind of the classic slippery slope argument,” Witham said.He also believes money plays a big part. “There are a lot of churches who have said, if the covenant moves on this, we will leave.” The end of polite disagreementThe politicization of evangelical Christianity means churches risk losing their base if they move towards LGBTQ+ inclusion, said Anthea Butler, chair of the religious studies department at the University of Pennsylvania and an expert on evangelicalism.“Sexuality has always been a part for evangelicals to be, not just a moral issue, but a political issue as well,” Butler explained. In her opinion, the time for polite disagreement within churches, especially evangelical ones, is over, and she doubts it ever truly happened.“This is a theological issue. And so, [for the ECC] the theology says, ‘We don't do same-sex marriage.'” Since First Covenant in Minneapolis was removed from the ECC, they have concentrated on social justice issues, mainly housing and homelessness. They are considering how churches must adapt, down to the language they use. “We don't call them services anymore. We call them gatherings because we want to get away from the traditional preaching down from on high,” Carlson said. Awaken is not currently seeking to join a new denomination. A recent annual budget increased by 20 percent. Witham questions if being removed might hurt the ECC more than it hurts Awaken. “If a Christian church is in the sweet spot of God's heart, where the Spirit is leading, it will produce good fruit,” Witham said, borrowing from a passage from Galatians. “[If you] look around at Awaken, there's fruit everywhere. So, [in] some ways, I'm sad for the Covenant.”
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"I am devastated and saddened by today’s shooting in one of our campus buildings, a place where we conduct our important work of teaching, mentoring and research every day," UNC Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz said in a letter to the university community. "This shooting damages the trust and safety that we so often take for granted on our campus. We will work to rebuild that trust and safety." The university first alerted students of an armed and dangerous person on or near campus shortly after 1 p.m. At 2:24 p.m., the university issued an alert to remain sheltered in place because a suspect was at large. Video from campus showed a large police presence. When campus police released a photo of a person of interest at 2:35 p.m., they warned, "If you see this person, keep your distance, put your safety first and call 911." The school said at 3:14 p.m. that all classes and events were canceled Monday. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said in a statement that officials "are taking precautions to protect campus safety following today’s shooting." "This is a tragic way to start a new semester and the state will provide any assistance necessary to support the UNC community,” Cooper said. No one with the university was immediately reached Monday afternoon for additional comment. Officials with the FBI in Charlotte said the federal agency is assisting local law enforcement. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-trumps-dc-trial-date-set-for-march-4-one-day-before-super-tuesday?utm_campaign=64487 Trump's DC trial date set for March 4—one day before Super Tuesday DC federal Judge Tanya Chutkan has set March 4, 2024 as the trial date for Trump's case over the aftermath of the 2020 election. This is the day before Super Tuesday, when 14 states, including California and Texas, head to the polls to determine the GOP nominee for president. The case, brought by special counsel Jack Smith, alleges that Trump engaged in conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of and attempt to obstruct and official proceeding, and conspiracy against rights. Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges. Trump's trial in Manhattan, brought by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, is set to start March 25, 2024. In setting the date, Chutkan reportedly spoke to the New York judge who is overseeing the "falsified business documents" case in New York. "Setting a trial date does not depend and should not depend on a defendant's personal obligations," Chutkan said, comparing Trump's campaign obligations to those of a professional athlete, whose schedule would also not be considered when setting trial dates in a criminal case. More than 12.8 million pages of discovery have been given by the DOJ to Trump's defense. Special counsel prosecutor Molly Gaston said that "at this point, discovery is now substantially complete." Trump's attorneys are likely to file many motions in the coming weeks, and John Lauro, representing the president, said that Trump is essentially being prosecuted for "being President Trump." Lauro is reportedly preparing a motion to dismiss the entire case over selective prosecution, saying "it provides an advantage to these prosecutors' boss who's running a campaign against President Trump." Trump has asserted his belief that the 4 cases currently against him, two from Biden's DOJ and one each in Georgia and New York, constitute election interference. When Trump was impeached the first time, it was on the basis of election interference. Congress alleged that Trump encouraging an investigation by Ukraine into Joe Biden's influence on the judicial system while he was VP, more than a year prior to the US presidential election of 2020, constituted election interference. The House said that Tump "acting both directly and through his agents within and outside the United States Government—corruptly solicited the Government of Ukraine to publicly announce investigations into— a political opponent, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr." Now, the Biden administration is ordering these public trials, and that is not being characterized as election interference. Just weeks before the first indictment, Biden officials reportedly met with Jack Smith. This despite Biden continuously saying that the DOJ is independent. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-12443319/Mask-study-published-NIH-suggests-N95-Covid-masks-expose-wearers-dangerous-level-toxic-compounds-linked-seizures-cancer.html Mask study published by NIH suggests N95 Covid masks may expose wearers to dangerous level of toxic compounds linked to seizures and cancer The surgical N95 mask has been held up as the gold standard when it comes to protecting against Covid. But a study quietly re-shared by the National Institutes of Health in spring suggests the tight-fitting mask may expose users to dangerous levels of toxic chemicals. Researchers from Jeonbuk National University in South Korea looked at two types of disposable medical-grade masks, as well as several reusable cotton masks. The study found that the chemicals released by these masks had eight times the recommended safety limit of toxic volatile organic compounds (TVOCs). Inhaling TVOCs has been linked to health issues like headaches and nausea, while prolonged and repeated has been linked to organ damage and even cancer. 'It is clear that particular attention must be paid to the VOCs associated with the use of KF94 [medical] masks their effects on human health,' the researchers wrote in the study published April. However, there are ways to reduce the danger, they said. 'Exposure can be significantly reduced if a mask is opened and left to sit for at least 30 min,' the researchers wrote. This suggests that the packaging of these masks could play a role in the amount of chemicals they have. TVOCs are a large group of odorous chemicals, many of which are released by cleaning and beauty products, burning fuel and cooking. In the latest study, researchers tested 14 disposable and cloth masks purchased online by measuring the amount of TVOCs in them. The disposable masks were KFAD and KF94 models, which were made from thermoplastics polypropylene and polyurethane nylon. These masks have been popularized in South Korea, where the study was conducted, whereas KN95s are more popular in the US. However, their differences are miniscule. KFADs and KF94s filter 94 percent of particles, while KN95s filter 95 percent. Sources of TVOCs in the home include aerosol sprays, cleansers and disinfectants, moth repellents, air fresheners and automotive products. Other sources include building materials and furnishings, office equipment such as copiers and printers, permanent markers, correction fluids, carbonless copy paper and craft materials including glues and adhesives. Research carried out by the Cochrane Institute, for example, suggested that face masks made 'little to no difference' in Covid infections and deaths. The researchers said harms caused by masks - including hampering children's schooling - were poorly measured in the studies, meaning any small benefit on infection rates may be outweighed. And a controversial study suggested that wearing face masks raises the risk of stillbirths, testicular dysfunction, and cognitive decline in children. https://www.dailyfetched.com/left-wing-media-meltdown-tucker-carlson-in-negotiations-to-interview-putin/ Tucker Carlson in Negotiations to Interview Putin The news has the left-wing media up in arms. The news was first announced by the Russian state-owned media outlet Russia Today. RT Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan said on Sunday that Tucker Carlson has been seeking an interview with Putin. Carlson has yet to comment on the news. Putin is known to shy away from one-on-one interviews with foreign media. The news was broke by Kanekoa The Great on X: https://twitter.com/i/status/1695898131781853682 - Play Video The last interview Putin did of this type with a Western journalist was an interview with CNBC anchor Hadley Gamble on the sidelines of the Russian Energy Week forum in Moscow in October 2021. Last week, President Donald Trump’s interview with Carlson was viewed 261 Million times, according to the view counter displayed on Twitter.