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Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited
(December 1, 2021) How Discipline Determines Your Success

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 41:45


Citing recent retirement statistics. Del Walmsley notes that 55% of Americans have less than 10,000 dollars in their savings and 1/3rd have nothing saved at all. What is the difference between those who have achieved their dream lifestyle, and those who haven't been able to? Listen to find out! Click to Listen Now

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited
(December 1, 2021) How Discipline Determines Your Success

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 41:45


Citing recent retirement statistics. Del Walmsley notes that 55% of Americans have less than 10,000 dollars in their savings and 1/3rd have nothing saved at all. What is the difference between those who have achieved their dream lifestyle, and those who haven't been able to? Listen to find out! Click to Listen Now

Your Best Lifestyles
Jade Latrice, Singer, Songwriter , R&B and Soul specialist . This Episode Is Sponsored By House of 420 Fashion House . Www.houseof420.store

Your Best Lifestyles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 60:32


Great interview with the Queen Jade Latrice on health,wellnss, family support, building confidence, work/life balance, how the got started in signing, being an introvert and using it, chart topping song, her influencers , her style, working with Grammy Nominated Produces and much more! Jade Latrice Bio Raised in the suburbs of Chicago, R&B and Soul specialist Jade Latrice always found solace in translating her thoughts into sound. While music initially began as a therapeutic art form that alleviated her from trauma, it also now evolved into a glistening career in the industry. Citing influences from H.E.R, Summer Walker, Lauryn Hill, Brandy, and Mary J, Jade Latrice centres her music around the trials and tribulations that people go through in life. Packed with emotionally-compelling lyrical themes, it's Jade Latrice's collation of pulsating energy, smooth soulful flow, and beguiling vocal prowess that have gone on to define her sound. Although Jade has been writing music and singing for as long as she can remember, shyness initially got the better of her. Fortunately, as Jade grew and developed as an artist, her self-confidence quickly followed. At only 17 years of age, her voice radiates an aura of confidence, smoothness, and uniqueness that allows her to share her story and experiences through music. It wasn't just confidence issues that Jade Latrice had to tackle in years prior to this one either. Originally growing up in a two-parent household, the shift to a one-parent household in her pre-teens presented a challenge that turned her life upside down. However, although this time led to Jade having to work through emotional traumas, it also evolved into a way to process and overcome them. By turning her thoughts into beautifully curated sounds, she has managed to work through her traumas and is now fully focused on continuing to evolve as an artist. Her debut single with fellow rising star Judah Watkins, 'I Like It', announced Jade Latrice is an artist in 2021. It flourished with a fresh musical perspective and a sound that the new generation of listeners wanted to hear. This was evident as the music video impressively went on to amass over 25,000 views in its first couple of months. Now proudly working with Grammy Award Nominee producer TryBishop and Christopher Starr of CSP Music Group, the only way is up for Jade Latrice. Next up from her is a single set for release this November. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yourbestlifestyles/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yourbestlifestyles/support

VPR News Podcast
Essex denies development proposal by Rick Bove, citing history of violations

VPR News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 3:11


The Essex Planning Commission on Thursday rejected a proposal by Rick Bove to build 60 more rental units at the Essex Town Center, citing health and safety violations at his existing buildings there.

Capital City Christian Church | Podcast
The Crucible - Nones & Dones

Capital City Christian Church | Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021


Ready for some hard truth? It would be better for you if you never knew Christ, than to know him and walk away from him. Join us as we discuss a pretty sobering subject. We want to be a place where hurting people find healing, they find family and they find a real purpose. Citing a variety of reasons, people become disenchanted and just step away. This frightening prospect leads us to speak about staying faithful to the one who called you.

TRICHOMES Morning Buzz
U.S. Sens. Implore President To Issue Cannabis Crime Pardons, Citing Biden's Election Pledges

TRICHOMES Morning Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 3:54


Today in cannabis news: The governor of Mississippi stalls statewide medical cannabis legalization by asserting they have no intentions to call a special session; disputes from several companies lead to the delay of issuing state cannabis business permits in Georgia; and several U.S. Democratic senators implore President Joe Biden to issue widespread pardons for cannabis crimes. It's Friday, November 12 and TRICHOMES.com is bringing you the top cannabis news from around the web. You can also listen on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify–search TRICHOMES and subscribe!

Drop In CEO
Randy Gerber: Focusing on the Right Metrics for Growth

Drop In CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 27:24


This week Randy Gerber shares how entrepreneurs and leaders can help their team focus on metrics beyond profit and loss in order to increase performance and overall organizational success. Listen in as Deborah and Randy discuss how purpose plays into goals, what to do when you're not seeing results, and how passion increases growth. Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Randy knew he was called to do something different. He moved away from his family and the wings at Barbell Bill Tavern (his favorite food to this day), to attend The Ohio State University where he graduated from the Fisher College of Business. Bypassing the "safety" of a corporate career, he founded his own business in 1991. Gerber, LLC is a professional services business focused solely on improving the business and overall happiness of first-generation entrepreneurs. His holistic approach integrates his clients' personal ideas and aspirations with their business, life and financial goals. His business has 16 employees and has served over 200 clients. Randy is publishing his first book, "The Integrated Entrepreneur: Achieving Happiness in Relationships, Business & Life" a decade-long project his friends teased would never get done. But it will be worth the wait. It describes how first-generation entrepreneurs can integrate work demands with the many personal relationships in life throughout the five stages of success and two stages of temporary failure. Citing personal experience and real-world examples, Randy's book is a must-read for any entrepreneur seeking the clarity and direction to be a success in both business and life. You can connect with Randy in the following ways: https://twitter.com/GerberClarity https://www.facebook.com/GerberLLC https://www.facebook.com/gerberemerging https://www.linkedin.com/company/gerber-llc/mycompany/ https://www.instagram.com/gerberemerging/  Are you a CEO dealing with change? Part inspiration, part strategy, I've created this resource for CEO's who leading their team through a rapid transition and looking for a resource and guide to help them stay confident, focused, and a mentor for others. You can download it here: https://mailchi.mp/coviellocm/the-ceos-compass See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Tom and Curley Show
Hour 4: Seattle, Bellevue schools cancel class on Friday, citing staffing shortages

The Tom and Curley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 30:13


6PM - Hanna Scott: Steve Hobbs named Washington's new secretary of state // Seattle City Council, mayor and mayor-elect spar over proposed $10 million police cut // NFL fines Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers for violating COVID protocols // Aaron Rodgers sounds a lot different in second post-COVID interview // Seattle, Bellevue schools cancel class on Friday, citing staffing shortages See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MPR News Update
Daunte Wright killing: Judge OKs livestreaming ex-cop's trial

MPR News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 4:58


Citing the ongoing pandemic, the judge in the Kimberly Potter case will let media record, broadcast and livestream the high-profile trial later this month. Potter is charged in Wright's killing during a Brooklyn Center traffic stop. This is an MPR News morning update for Wednesday, November 10, 2021. Hosted by Cathy Wurzer. Our theme music is by Gary Meister.

Opening Arguments
OA540: The Bizarre Case of Steven Donziger

Opening Arguments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 73:10


It's one of the most requested stories for OA to cover – Steven Donziger won billions in judgment against Chevron in an Ecuadorian court in 2011. Then Chevron fought back. Now, 10 years after the original victory, Donziger has been handed loss after loss, been disbarred, and been found in criminal and civil contempt of court. His cause is deeply sympathetic to left wing audiences. But is it as simple as the big bad oil company beating up a poor lawyer? But first, some reaction to Tuesday's election results. And then some much requested analysis of the Rittenhouse Judge's latest actions. So much good info! Links: Rittenhouse judge fumes about media criticism, Juror Tossed from Rittenhouse Trial for Jacob Blake Joke, Rittenhouse Judge Explains the Law by Citing the Bible, The History of the Hearsay Rule, The Mold That Shapes Hearsay Law, Coy v. Iowa, Rittenhouse: Defense Attorney Repeats N-Word in Opening Statement, Chevron v. Donziger, In RE Donziger, Chevron v. Donziger, 2nd Cir affirmation, guilty of criminal contempt, 2nd circuit ruling on bail, Donziger facing jail time for criminal contempt

Super Human Radio
Testosterone replacement in aging men: evidence-based patient-centric study

Super Human Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 136:06


SHR # 2785:: Testosterone replacement in aging men: evidence-based patient-centric study - Daniel Bossa - The deluge of advertisements marketing erectile dysfunction medications and testosterone products has empowered many older men to seek medical help for their sexual and genitourinary problems. As a reflection of this historical transition toward increased attention on men's sexual health, men's health clinics have sprung up across the United States; concomitantly, testosterone prescription sales increased from about $100 million US dollars in the year 2000 to nearly $2.7 billion in 2013. Today, a majority of testosterone prescriptions are written for men aged 40–64 years (1) even though testosterone is not approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for age-related decline in testosterone. Citing the lack of data on long-term benefits and risks of testosterone treatment in older men with age-related decline, the FDA has sounded alarm over the growing off-label use of testosterone. Experts have debated whether prescribing testosterone to older men with testosterone deficiency is disease mongering or whether subsets of older men with testosterone deficiency might benefit from testosterone treatment. Fortunately, several recent randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have provided important information on the efficacy and short-term safety of testosterone treatment in older men. This Viewpoint synthesizes data from epidemiologic studies and RCTs and offers a perspective on a patient-centric approach to treatment decision in older men with testosterone deficiency based on an individualized assessment of benefits and risks.

Confessions Of An Actress
#WellnessWednesday - Self Esteem, Doubt & Confidence

Confessions Of An Actress

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 14:36


Meredith talks about self esteem, doubt and confidence as an actress in the entertainment industry. Citing an article from TheCreativeMind.net --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofanactress/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofanactress/support

Deeper Look At The Parsha
CHAYEI SARAH - THE BRILLIANCE OF RABBI SACKS

Deeper Look At The Parsha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 6:56


Rabbi Dunner reflects on his participation in the Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust "Communities in Conversation" initiative, which saw over 150 communities, schools and organizations in 15 countries study the Torah thoughts and writings of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks z"l, to commemorate the first anniversary of his passing. Citing a Hasidic interpretation of a very curious Midrashic narrative, Rabbi Dunner explains how Rabbi Sacks' brilliance was not just his intellectual superiority or his exemplary wisdom.

World Business Report
Update: US revokes China Telecom licence

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 6:13


Citing national security concerns, the US revokes China Telecom's licence to operate in US. We speak with the BBC's Zhaoyin Feng in Washington. Plus, Scott Nations from NationsShares in the US gives us the latest on the US stock markets.

Ray Appleton
Hour 3 - The Conversation Conttinues. Biden Delays The Release Of Remaining J.F.K. Assassination Records Citing The Pandemic.

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 38:49


The White House announced another administrative casualty, a delay in the release of a trove of records related to the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ray Appleton
Hour 2 - What is Government Doing With Our Tax Dollars. Biden Delays The Release Of Remaining J.F.K. Assassination Records Citing The Pandemic

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 38:40


The Federal Government spends 1 trillion dollars a year on tax related items. Where exactly  is this money spent. The pandemic has created backlogs for multiple federal agencies, resulting in pileups of visa applications, unprocessed Social Security benefits and backlogs in F.D.A. inspections. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bible Study for Progressives with Rich Procida
Participatory Atonement or Penal Substitution? Jesus, Priests, and the Sacrificial System, Part 2

Bible Study for Progressives with Rich Procida

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 33:57


Bert Newton continues his examination of Jesus' view of Priests, the politicians of the ancient world, and the need for sacrifice. Citing scripture, Bert argues that Jesus opposed the Temple Priests, the seat of government in the ancient world, and the sacrificial system as oppressive and exploitative. The modern idea that Jesus died as a  substitute sacrifice is not the point of the Gospel.   

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#785 - Amazon CEO, citing ‘rougher' patch with Seattle, looks to 'burbs expansion

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 24:22


Amazon.com Chief Executive Officer Andy Jassy is open to a reset in his company's sometimes-contentious relationship with Seattle, but made clear that he's hedging his bets with plans to expand in neighboring cities.The world's largest online retailer is by far the biggest private employer in Seattle with more than 50,000 workers. That distinction has proved a headache in recent years, with some residents and government officials blaming the company for exacerbating homelessness and traffic. “I'd say the last five years, the city council has become less enamored with business or with Amazon,” Jassy said during an event hosted by technology news site GeekWire. “It's just been rougher.”Join your host Sean Reynolds, owner of Summit Properties NW, and Reynolds & Kline Appraisal as he takes a look at this developing topic.https://www.seattletimes.com/business/amazon/amazon-ceo-citing-rougher-patch-with-seattle-looks-to-burbs/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/seattlerealestatepodcast)

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#780 - Amazon CEO, citing ‘rougher' patch with Seattle, looks to 'burbs expansion

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 24:22


Amazon.com Chief Executive Officer Andy Jassy is open to a reset in his company's sometimes-contentious relationship with Seattle, but made clear that he's hedging his bets with plans to expand in neighboring cities.The world's largest online retailer is by far the biggest private employer in Seattle with more than 50,000 workers. That distinction has proved a headache in recent years, with some residents and government officials blaming the company for exacerbating homelessness and traffic. “I'd say the last five years, the city council has become less enamored with business or with Amazon,” Jassy said during an event hosted by technology news site GeekWire. “It's just been rougher.”Join your host Sean Reynolds, owner of Summit Properties NW, and Reynolds & Kline Appraisal as he takes a look at this developing topic.https://www.seattletimes.com/business/amazon/amazon-ceo-citing-rougher-patch-with-seattle-looks-to-burbs/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/seattlerealestatepodcast)

The Charlie Kirk Show
Who Will Blink First? The Biden Regime vs. The American Worker with Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 34:47


Charlie is joined today with co-pilot and host of Human Events Daily powered by Turning Point USA, Jack Posobiec, for an in-depth discussion around vaccine mandates. Citing multiple examples from the military, to the airlines, hospitals and medical professionals, Charlie and Jack pose the question: Who will blink first in the battle over vaccine mandates? Will the Biden Regime stand down and make religious and natural immunity exemptions part of its standard operation procedures? Or will they continue to force the hand of over 43% of the population, which remains unvaccinated to strike, protest, and leverage sick outs like the #freedomflu to bring US industry to a standstill in order to win their medical freedom?  Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Union City Radio
Union City Radio BSO relocates another show, citing Strathmore labor dispute

Union City Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 2:14


Union says Strathmore is using the pandemic to eliminate full-time jobs and cut hours. Today's labor quote: John T. Dunlop. Today's labor history: Wilson signs "Labor's Magna Carta". @wpfwdc #1u #unions #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO @IATSElocal868 @The_AFM Local 40-543/@bso_musicians @strathmore Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network

Ever Forward Radio
EFR 535: What is Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy and Using Ketamine to Treat Mental Health with Ronan Levy

Ever Forward Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 71:08


Ronan Levy is a pioneer in the therapeutic psychedelics industry. He is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Field Trip Health. With centres opening across North America, Field Trip Health helps people to heal and heighten their engagement with the world via the healing modality of psychedelics. “There's doubt about it. We are in a psychedelic renaissance,” says Ronan, referring to the recent dramatic realignment of mainstream views around traditional medicine. Calling it “a massive change in the global zeitgeist”, this paradigm shift goes beyond health and wellness, reflecting a change in how we view emotions and even spirituality. Contributing heavily to this revolution is the mental health crisis that had already been on the rise for years but was further aggravated by the pandemic for the past year-and-a-half. Citing “significant humanitarian and economic implications”, Ronan says that “depression and anxiety disorders are going to become the leading global burden of disease, meaning they will cost the global economy more than any other disease out there, primarily from lost productivity.” With these realities in mind, Ronan dives deep into the history, science, and psychological and pro-social benefits of psychedelic-assisted therapy. He speaks on the common, decades-long misconceptions surrounding this subject, and the groundbreaking research done on ketamine and psilocybin that, if rediscovered in the world of conventional medicine, may become a key factor in eradicating not just the current mental health crisis, but many of the social and environmental ills we face today as well.   Follow Field Trip Health @fieldtriphealth Follow Chase @chase_chewning   Episode resources: Apply in 5 minutes for your VA Home Loan with Hero Loan at HeroLoan.com Save 15% on the new Euphoria drink elixirs from Cured Nutrition with code EVERFORWARD at CuredNutrition.com Learn more about Ronan and Field Trip Health at https://chasechewning.com/podcasts/episode/535

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Radio
Dead Doctors Dont Lie 08 Oct 2021

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 54:00


Monologue Dr. Joel Wallach begisns the show discussing the COVID 19 numbers of infections and deaths. Comparing the numbers of some states and other countries. Citing the numbers from India explaining that some parts of India have higher numbers than other parts of the country. Contending that the parts of India eating gluten are harder hit than the parts of the country eating an Asian diet. Pearls of Wisdom Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding the health benefits of eating squash. Butternut squash is packed with fiber potassium and vitamin A. Improves digestive health and helps prevent cancer. Also contains folate, manganese, niacin, pantothinic acid, thiamin and vitamins B6 and E. Rich in carotenoids like beta-carotene that lowers the risk of colon cancer. Callers Nima has a friend who is seeing blood in their stool. John is experiencing pain his lower back due to sciatica. Gloria has vitaligo, high blood pressure and sarcopenia. Kent has been diagnosed with an aneurysm stroke. Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.

Montana Public Radio News
Missoula judge halts Lolo forest logging plan, citing habitat concerns

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 1:20


A U.S. District Court judge in Missoula has stopped a logging project on the Lolo National Forest, saying it didn't follow the forest's management plan.

The Chad Benson Show
Testimony in Congress citing harmful effects of Facebook/Instagram on children

The Chad Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 110:07


Testimony in Congress citing harmful effects of Facebook/Instagram on children. Consumer prices still rising. Governors meeting to discuss migrant situation at US border. Halloween and COVID.

The Clown and the Candyman
Introducing Unraveled: Experts on Trial

The Clown and the Candyman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 1:54


ID has a new podcast for you to listen to. Introducing Unraveled: Experts on Trial, a part of the iconic anthology from discovery+.“Unraveled: Experts on Trial” investigates an alarming problem within the American criminal justice process: the business of forensic experts. It is a crisis in the courts that is decades in the making. Citing several cases as examples, Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen expose serious flaws with forensic expert testimony that routinely leads to tragedy and injustice within the U.S. court system.Listen to Unraveled wherever you get your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

IngenioUs
Higher Ed at Scale: David Staley Ph.D.

IngenioUs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 7:25


For a very long time now, higher education has trended toward growth. Indeed, the emergence of a new class of organizational type, e.g., the mega university, reflects a business strategy that many institutions are emulating; a strategy rooted in a belief that one's survival in this increasingly competitive environment is best assured through increasing scale. In this latest IngenioUs blog article, David Staley, Ph.D. suggests another way forward for smaller colleges and universities. Citing a recent Chronicle of Higher Education article by Scott Carlson, Staley suggests that small colleges might ensure their future through a de-scaled strategy that offers an educational experience at human scale.

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)
Student of the Gun Radio 1092 – Bob Gibbs Files Article of Impeachment Against Biden

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 56:43


Citing three specific crimes, Ohio Rep. Bob Gibbs filed Articles of Impeachment against the illegitimate occupant of the White House, Sniffy Joe. Rather than cower like Mitch McConnell, Gibbs and numerous other cosigners stepped up and did the right thing. Also, the legacy or mainstream media treatment of the above story has demonstrated once more … Continue reading "Student of the Gun Radio 1092 – Bob Gibbs Files Article of Impeachment Against Biden"

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)
Student of the Gun Radio 1092 – Bob Gibbs Files Article of Impeachment Against Biden

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 56:43


Citing three specific crimes, Ohio Rep. Bob Gibbs filed Articles of Impeachment against the illegitimate occupant of the White House, Sniffy Joe. Rather than cower like Mitch McConnell, Gibbs and numerous other cosigners stepped up and did the right thing. Also, the legacy or mainstream media treatment of the above story has demonstrated once more … Continue reading "Student of the Gun Radio 1092 – Bob Gibbs Files Article of Impeachment Against Biden"

Student of the Gun Radio
Bob Gibbs Files Article of Impeachment Against Biden | SOTG 1092

Student of the Gun Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 56:43


Citing three specific crimes, Ohio Rep. Bob Gibbs filed Articles of Impeachment against the illegitimate occupant of the White House, Sniffy Joe. Rather than cower like Mitch McConnell, Gibbs and numerous other cosigners stepped up and did the right thing. Also, the legacy or mainstream media treatment of the above story has demonstrated once more their blatant hypocrisy and one-sided news reporting. One has to only look back a year or two to view the difference in reporting from then to now. Professor Paul considers what to do with the leftover Duracoat you have after you have completed your project. Do you remember the ‘sexy can' contest? Zach takes us back with a slide show. Thanks for being a part of SOTG! We hope you find value in the message we share. If you've got any questions, here are some options to contact us: • Send an Email • Send a Text • Call Us Enjoy the show! And remember…You're a Beginner Once, a Student For Life! TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE • DFW area meetup with Jarrad and Alex   - Jarrad speaking at AMMcon 10/2 at 4:30pm   - Will swing by USCCA Expo 10/1 or 10/3• [0:20:37] DuraCoat Finished Firearms - DuraCoat University   - TOPIC: Sexy Can Contest Retrospect• Huge thanks to our Partners:SDS Imports | Brownells | CrossBreed | Duracoat | Hi-Point Firearms   - Get in on the SDS Gun-a-Month Giveaway! www.sotggiveway.com[0:39:30] GOP Rep. Gibbs Files 3 Articles of Impeachment Against Biden www.newsmax.com   - Impeachment history www.nytimes.com FEATURING: NewsMax.com, NY Times, Madison Rising, Jarrad Markel, Paul Markel, SOTG University PARTNERS: SDS Imports, Brownells Inc, CrossBreed Holsters, DuraCoat Firearm Finishes, Hi-Point Firearms, Silencer Central FIND US ON: Full30, Parler, MeWe.com, iTunes, Stitcher, AppleTV, Roku, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, tumblr SOURCES From www.newsmax.com: House Republicans, led by Rep. Bob Gibbs, R-Ohio, have filed articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden, citing the border crisis, chaotic and deadly Afghanistan withdrawal, and attempted to break constitutional law on extending the eviction ban. Reps. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., Brian Babin, R-Texas, and Randy Weber, R-Texas, signed on to the three-pronged complaint — even if the Democrat-controlled House under Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., are sure to ignore it, Gibbs told the Washington Examiner on Tuesday. And despite Democrats holding only a slim majorities in the House and the Senate, Vice President Kamala Harris can cast a tie-breaking vote in the Senate. (Click Here for Full Article)

Midday
Analysis: Biden's UN Debut and America's Global Challenges

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 30:16


This has been a summer that President Joe Biden may just as soon forget. It's been a rough ride for his 8-month-old presidency. He was ahead of the FDA on a decision to offer coronavirus booster shots to everybody. When those shots are offered, it will only be to older Americans and those with compromised immune systems. The Pentagon admitted it had made a mistake when it sent a drone to kill Isis-K militiamen. It killed children and aid workers instead. France has withdrawn its ambassador to the United States, an amazing action given that the alliance between our countries dates to the American Revolution. And on the Texas border, thousands of migrants from Haiti are amassed in squalid conditions, as the administration continues to struggle with its immigration policy. It was in this context that the President addressed the UN General Assembly in New York yesterday. Citing the challenges of Coronavirus, climate change, and China, which remained un-named in his speech but clearly front of mind, the President said that the world's problems require a unified global response. He pledged that the United States would lead that response. Here is how he put it: "Simply put, we stand, in my view, at an inflection point in history. And I'm here today to share with you how the United States intends to work with partners and allies to answer these questions and the commitment of my new administration to help lead the world toward a more peaceful, prosperous future for all people..." Joining Tom today with analysis and perspective on President Biden's foreign policy challenges is Ishaan Tharoor, a columnist for The Washington Post who covers foreign affairs, geo-politics and history. He joins us on our digital line from New York. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Unraveled: Long Island Serial Killer
Introducing Unraveled: Experts on Trial

Unraveled: Long Island Serial Killer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 1:54


“Unraveled: Experts on Trial” investigates an alarming problem within the American criminal justice process: the business of forensic experts. It is a crisis in the courts that is decades in the making. Citing several cases as examples, Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen expose serious flaws with forensic expert testimony that routinely leads to tragedy and injustice within the U.S. court system.To follow the Unraveled investigations even further, stream the specials exclusively on discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/unraveled to start your 7-day free trial today.* *discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Unraveled
Introducing Unraveled: Experts on Trial

Unraveled

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 1:54


“Unraveled: Experts on Trial” investigates an alarming problem within the American criminal justice process: the business of forensic experts. It is a crisis in the courts that is decades in the making. Citing several cases as examples, Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen expose serious flaws with forensic expert testimony that routinely leads to tragedy and injustice within the U.S. court system.To follow the Unraveled investigations even further, stream the specials exclusively on discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/unraveled to start your 7-day free trial today.* *discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Freedom One-On-One with Jeff Dornik
Denton Knapp: The People of Wyoming Don't Want Liz Cheney to Represent Them Anymore

Freedom One-On-One with Jeff Dornik

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 30:55


This episode of The Jeff Dornik Show features an exclusive interview with Liz Cheney challenger Denton Knapp. Citing the fact that she turned her back on her own constituents to attack President Donald Trump in the aftermath of January 6th, it's clear that the people of Wyoming have had enough. It's time to primary and replace her. Denton Knapp just might be the guy to do it.Sponsors:- Tickets for the upcoming Cancel-Proof Christianity Summit are now on sale. This event will take place in Ft Worth, TX, on September 25th, featuring speakers like Jeff Dornik, Dr Bobby Lopez, Jeff Younger, Judd Saul, Dr Mike Spaulding, Dr Paul Church, Pastor Sam Jones and Doni Anthony. Get your tickets at http://cancelproofchristianity.com - Our Gold Guy - Talk to IRA about whether investing in gold is right for you. Let them know Jeff sent you at http://ourgoldguy.com - Freedom First Coffee - Drink the coffee of Patriots. Use code JEFF for 10% off at http://freedomfirstcoffee.com - Freedom First Apparel - Look as patriotic as you feel. Use code JEFF for 10% off at http://freedomfirstshop.com - Check out our Freedom First Book Store for some great titles, including Church & State: How the Left Used the Church to Conquer America and Social Injustice: Exposing the False Gospel of the Social Justice Movement. Use code JEFF for 10% off at http://freedomfirstshop.com - Freedom Phone - Break away from Big Tech and order a Freedom Phone. Promo Code MAGA https://freedomphone.com

The Gee and Ursula Show
Hour 2: Citing the Trump “cancer”

The Gee and Ursula Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 32:43


GUEST: Michael Medved with THREE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW! KC vax mandate, GOP Rep. Gonzalez says he won't run for re-election, citing the Trump “cancer”, Gen. Mark Milley // GUEST: Mike Salk on the Seahawks home opener on Sunday, hosting the Tennessee Titans // SCENARIOS See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 8a - Theranos and COVID-19 Testing are Cautionary Tales & HOTN [LE]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 28:42


Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel for the first half of the hour. Citing human rights risks, the UN has called for a ban on certain AI tech until safeguards are set up. Theranos and COVID-19 testing are mirror-image cautionary tales. Bill Handel is back in studio for the Late Edition of Handel on the News! He's joined by Wayne Resnick and Laila Muhammad to provide updates on news topics that include: Pfizer has revealed a new timeline for greenlighting COVID vaccines for kids ages 5-11, the number of U.S. unemployment claims is growing again after hitting a pandemic low, and Los Angeles is moving toward developing an unarmed crisis-response program.

Faith and Law
The Calling to Servant Leadership: Distinctives and difficulties of a Christian understanding of leadership in today's world

Faith and Law

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 43:15


America's national and international crises have thrown a stark spotlight on leadership, and shown up once again the strong differences between secular views and Christian views. But what are the defining features of a biblical view of leadership? How do we ensure that servant leadership is more than a cliché? How do we make our distinctive dimensions of leadership real in these turbulent times?Os Guinness is an author and social critic. Great-great-great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the Dublin brewer, he was born in China in World War Two where his parents were medical missionaries. A witness to the climax of the Chinese revolution in 1949, he was expelled with many other foreigners in 1951 and returned to Europe where he was educated in England. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his D.Phil in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford. Os has written or edited more than thirty books, including The Call, Time for Truth, Unspeakable, A Free People's Suicide, The Global Public Square, and Last Call for Liberty: How America's Genius for Freedom Has Become Its Greatest Threat. His latest book,The Magna Carta of Humanity - Sinai's revolutionary faith and the future of freedom, was published in May 2021.Pete Peterson is the Braun Family Dean of Pepperdine's School of Public Policy. Prior to this he was the executive director of the Davenport Institute for Public Engagement at the School where he remains a senior fellow. Through the Institute, Peterson's work focuses on improving public policy processes at the local level and the use of technology to make municipalities more transparent and responsive. His training seminar, "Public Engagement: The Vital Leadership Skill” has been attended by over 4,000 municipal officials around the country.In 2017, Peterson helped launch the “American Project” at Pepperdine, which convenes activists, academics, and policymakers to discuss and write about the American conservative movement. Citing loneliness and alienation as significant cultural maladies, the “Project” argues for a communitarian politics reimagined for the 21st century.Peterson writes widely on public engagement and the conservative movement for various newspapers and blogs. He contributed the chapter, "Place As Pragmatic Policy" to the edited volume, Why Place Matters: Geography, Identity, and Civic Life in Modern America (New Atlantis Books, 2014), and "Do-It Ourselves Citizenship" for Localism in the Mass Age (Wipf & Stock, 2018). Peterson was the Republican nominee for California Secretary of State in 2014.Support the show (http://www.faithandlaw.org/donate)

An Older Gay Guy Show
Gay Health 6 - Major Health Issues In The LGBTQ+ Community

An Older Gay Guy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021


A brief overview of the primary diseases that we face as the LGBTQ+ community. Citing 3 highly regarded organizations, some basic warnings and suggestions are mentioned in this shorter episode.

Free Thinkers Podcast
Mandated Medical Misinformation | Free Thinkers Dirty :30

Free Thinkers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 32:04


In the first installment of our "Dirty 30" daily podcast, Rusty goes on a rant over the former vice president's covid speech. The babbling bafoon biden announces a 6 step program to try and increase vaccination percentages. Citing zero clinical or scientific studies, he reads announcements for mandates of vaccinations, or weekly tests, for all companies with 100+ employees and other draconian rules.

Hospitality Hangout
The Future of the Delivery Space | Season 4, Vol. 10: Olo

Hospitality Hangout

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 50:26


In the latest episode of Hospitality Hangout podcast, Michael Schatzberg “The Restaurant Guy” and Jimmy Frischling “ The Finance Guy” chat with Marty Hahnfeld, Chief Customer Officer at Olo, to explore the future of delivery. “The things that are happening within our business right now happened a decade ago in the hotel industry,” says Hahnfeld, and the industry felt like they needed to deliver without understanding all of their options to have food delivered, letting an oversized number of consumers shift off direct business and shift off to the market places, adds Hahnfeld. Hahnfeld says, for any brand that doesn't invest in serving their loyal customers directly, it could be rough days. Citing two-thirds of all restaurant transactions are consumed off premise, of that two-thirds only sixteen percent of those transactions are delivery. When discussing what types of things an operator can do to make sure they are set up correctly, Hahnfeld talks about what Olo can offer. He shares how Olo's platform has a solution called Expo, a tablet-based software focused on enhancing the front-of-house workflow in restaurants. Hahnfeld talks about how Olo addresses deliveries in regards to urban vs. suburban markets, and says suburban delivery has been proven to work, although there is a cost problem, investments will continue to improve handoff and delivery. Olo focuses on their platform supporting delivery long term and Hahnfeld gives his take on ghost kitchens, virtual kitchens, delivery kitchens, and the idea of restaurants aggregating. To hear about Olo's success and it's process of going public, check out this episode of Hospitality Hangout. Click here for more recovery and relief information for restaurant, hospitality and food service operators.This syndicated content is brought to you by Branded Strategic Hospitality.

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
Wisconsin school district opts out of free meal program citing ‘spoiled' kids

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021


Dave Dringenburg, a member of Alliance for Education in Waukesha, WI, joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon News to explain why he’s against a move made by the Waukesha School District to pull out of a federal program that would provide free meals to students. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @SteveBertrand […]

Podnews podcasting news
Podsights terminates contract with Libsyn, citing bad conduct

Podnews podcasting news

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 2:59


In Podnews today: Libsyn's also paying penalties for late filing. Joe Rogan has lost influence since moving to Spotify; and Audioboom might have found a buyer Visit https://podnews.net/update/advertisecast-podsights for all the podcasting news, and to get our daily newsletter.

Madigan's Pubcast
Episode 54: Polite Apes, The Trojan Horse, & Steve Wynn's Picassos

Madigan's Pubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 80:11


Kathleen opens the show drinking a Tan Limes Lager from Cape May Brewing Co, which she picked up on her recent trip to Atlantic City for her show at The Borgata. TERMITE SHOUTOUTS: Kathleen gives thanks to the Termites who leave notes at shows and send mail to her PO Box. She begins by thanking Termite Kathy for leaving her a gorgeous mermaid Christmas ornament at Kathleen's Borgata show in Atlantic City. Big thanks to the Termite who sent fancy dog treats, which Mustard will love when he visits, and Termite Heather for the Shanty Bar mini Crown Royal bags. “GOOD BAD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food AND in continuing her search for the best Ranch, Kathleen samples Ruffles Jalapeno Ranch chips, which she loves because they resemble sour cream n' onion chips (one of her favorite flavors.) She moves on to sample Whataburger's Spicy Jalapeño Ranch, which she loves because it has a “kick at the end,” and St. Louis's Twisted Ranch Garlic Smashed Buffalo, which she ALSO recommends adding to your pantry. UPDATE ON KATHLEEN'S QUEEN'S COURT: Kathleen provides an update on the Queens, and this week extends the court to Christine McVie (friend and bandmate of Queen Stevie Nicks) who has followed suit with other 70's rockers and recently announced that she has sold her song catalog rights to Hipgnosis Songs Fund. Kathleen is then thrilled to advise the Termites that Queen Dolly Parton has been named to Forbes' 2021 list of America's Self-Made Women, clocking in at $350 million. Dolly has also announced that she has teamed up with novelist James Patterson on her first novel called “Run Rose, Run” which will hit shelves in March 2022. EL MENCHO SENDS NEWS ANCHOR INTO HIDING: As a follow up to EP31, Kathleen gives an update out of Mexico where a prominent news anchor, Azucena Uresti, has been forced into Witness Protection after El Mencho, the current leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel has accused her of biased coverage of the cartel. BANKSY CONFIRMS AUTHENTICITY OF ART: As an art lover and fan of the street artist Banksy, Kathleen reads an update that new murals have been found in numerous coastal towns in the east of England. Although Banksy has not yet claimed responsibility for graffiti stencils and the larger “We're All In The Same Boat,” locals are certain that he will reveal their authenticity soon enough. ELIZABETH HOLMES' PSYCH EVAL: In continuing with Kathleen's obsession with Elizabeth Holmes' upcoming trial, she reads an article advising that Holmes is using the position that her ex-boyfriend Sunny Balwani was the puppeteer of the Theranos scandal, which Kathleen provides her own opinion around ☺ TIM TEBOW RELEASED BY JAGS: Kathleen laughs out loud reading an UPDATE that former NFL player and College Football analyst Tim Tebow has been released by the Jacksonville Jaguars after a failed experiment of allowing him to play Tight End in a single preseason game. Kathleen has an issue with Tebow bringing scripture unnecessarily into sports, comparing the biblical scripture that Tebow quotes on his face to hands of blackjack since Catholics can't recite any specific passages from the Bible. MURDER HORNETS RETURN: As a follow-up to EP14, Kathleen updates listeners that Murder Hornets have returned to Washington state. State entomologists confirmed the first live sighting of Asian Giant Hornets, also known as a murder hornet for its ability to decimate honeybee hives.FLYING TAXI STOCK GOES PUBLIC: Kathleen is thrilled to read an announcement that flying taxi company Joby Aviation has gone public, billing itself as the “Uber of the Air” leading into the IPO. Based in Santa Cruz CA, Joby is has developed an electrically powered, low-noise flying taxi capable of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL). Kathleen plans to cash in some of her Dogecoin and move those funds to JOBY stock. NEBRASKA FAMILY DOLLAR STRIKE: Kathleen laughs and applauds a group of Family Dollar store employees in Lincoln, NE as she reads a news release that the 2 remaining employees in that store walked off the job last week after leaving a farewell note on the front door of the store that read: "We all quit. Sorry for the inconvenience." Citing poor pay, management issues, and long hours, the employees walked off the job and forced a store closure that took days to reconcile. STEVE WYNN'S 11 PICASSOS OFFERED FOR AUCTION: As the Termites know, Kathleen is an avid fan of art. She's excited to read a release that MGM Resorts International has enlisted Sotheby's to come to Las Vegas to auction off a cache of Pablo Picasso paintings amassed years earlier by casino magnate Steve Wynn. The 11 Picassos to be sold have long been displayed at a Picasso-themed restaurant at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino, and Kathleen has always really appreciated Wynn's intent to offer access to these works to the general public. THE NRA'S TRAFFICKING SECRET: Kathleen is appalled sharing an article disclosing that in Fall 2013 an export company in Botswana prepared a shipment of animal parts for Wayne and Susan LaPierre, the head of the National Rifle Association and his wife. The list of trophies from their recent hunt included animal parts from a zebra, hyaena, a cape-buffalo, a cheetah, and multiple elephants. Susan confirmed the shipment and wrote back with a request that import paperwork should have no clear links to the LaPierre's or the NRA. Charges are pending, Termites so stay tuned….karma comes around.POLITE APES: Kathleen laughs reading a recent study announcing that apes purposefully use signals to begin and end social interactions -- behaviors not typically seen outside of humans until now, according to the journal iScience. Researchers analyzed more than 1,200 interactions with groups of zoo apes and found that they commonly exchange gazes or swap gestures to share their intentions about social interactions, such as waving hello. DISCOVERY OF THE TROJAN HORSE: Kathleen is thrilled to read an article advising that archaeologists in Turkey excavating the site of the historical city of Troy have unearthed a large wooden structure, and the measurements resemble those of the Trojan Horse. Kathleen then leads the Termites down a massive rabbit hole of whether the Trojan Horse existed.FANTASY FOOTBALL: Kathleen closes out the Pubcast discussing the recent Fantasy Football Draft that her league completed, taking Tom Brady as her top pick for quarterback (which both Lewis Black and Ron White tease her for doing). See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Confessions Of An Actress
#WellnessWednesday - Protect Your Energy

Confessions Of An Actress

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 8:37


Citing an article from PsychCentral.com, Meredith gives tips and insight on how to protect yourself from negative energy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofanactress/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofanactress/support

The Great Trials Podcast
Gregorio Francis | In re Pigford II or "Black Farmers" Litigation | $1.25 billion settlement

The Great Trials Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 57:40


This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Gregorio "Greg" Francis of Osborne & Francis, PLLC (https://www.realtoughlawyers.com/).   Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review   Episode Details: Award-winning Florida trial lawyer Gregorio "Greg" Francis of Osborne & Francis, PLLC shares his experience serving as lead counsel for nearly 20,000 African-American farmers who received disparate treatment from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), resulting in the largest settlement of a civil rights case in the history of the American Civil Justice system. Widely known as the “Pigford” or "Black Farmers" cases, this national class action lawsuit sought to address the racial discrimination Black farmers experienced between 1981 and 1996, including the denial or delay of their applications for federal farm credit services, loans or benefit programs. Citing the USDA's internal report of a failed civil rights complaint management system and a lack of diversity in Farm Service Agency county-level commissioners, Greg was able to negotiate a record settlement with the USDA for $1.25 billion to be distributed to class members in the form of damages, forgiveness of debt owed to the USDA and/or a tax payment to offset the awarded funds. This historic settlement was reached on February 18, 2010. As part of the settlement, President Obama signed the Claims Resolution Act of 2010, which provided $1.15 billion to pay successful claims. In May 2021, Gregorio published Just Harvest, a book detailing these groundbreaking cases against the U.S. government. Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents   Guest Bio: Gregorio "Greg" Francis Awarded the Vince Monroe Townsend Legends Award by the National Bar Association for historic leadership in the area of Civil Rights and designated as a Game Changer by Politic365. Gregorio (Greg) Antonio Francis currently serves as lead counsel for the historic Black Farmers case. This national class action challenged the ongoing disparate treatment of Black Farmers across the United States resulting in a $1.25 billion dollar settlement. Nearly 20,000 Black farmers or their descendants received the “JUSTICE” they had long demanded. In RE: Black Farmers is the largest settlement of a Civil Rights case in the history of the American Civil Justice system. Francis began his legal career in 1994 as an associate with a statewide defense firm specializing in medical malpractice defense, nursing home defense and municipal defense. In 2001, Francis joined the law firm of Morgan and Morgan, P.A., as a Partner, focusing his practice on medical malpractice, police misconduct, wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases. From 2004-2006, Morgan & Morgan, P.A., participated in a joint venture with famed trial lawyer Johnny Cochran to open an office in Miami, Florida where Francis served as the co-managing partner. After achieving great success with The Cochran Firm, Francis became a shareholder of Morgan & Morgan, P.A. As the firm expanded, Francis was instrumental in opening new offices in Atlanta, Georgia and Jackson, Mississippi. He held the position of managing partner for the Jackson, Mississippi office from its inception through 2014, Francis also served on the firm's Executive Committee. In 2018, Francis joined longtime friend and colleague Joseph A. Osborne in forming their own firm, Osborne & Francis, PLLC. The firm has offices in Boca Raton and Orlando. Their firm will focus primarily on product liability, medical device litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, medical malpractice and personal injury litigation. In addition to his professional achievements, Francis serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for Bethune Cookman University. Additionally, Francis has served as legal counsel to the Lay Ministry of the African Methodist Episcopal Church which boasts membership of over 3 million. In 2010, he was appointed to serve on the Ninth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission by Governor Charlie Christ. Francis is very active at all levels of the National Bar Association having served on the Executive Board of the Florida Chapter and as President of the Paul C. Perkins Bar Association from 2001-2003. In the community, Francis is an active member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Winter Park Chapter and was recently featured in the Kappa Journal, RYSE Magazine and Onyx Magazine for his contribution to the local community and for his national accomplishments. Mr. Francis was born in the Panama Canal Zone and moved to the United States as a young child. He graduated from Oak Ridge High School with honors in 1986. Francis then earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Florida in 1991, and a Juris Doctorate in 1994 from the University of Florida Law School, where he was a Virgil Hawkins Fellow. In law school, he received writing and oral honors in Appellate Advocacy and was named to the Dean's List. He was appointed as a Justice for the University of Florida Board of Masters, the highest Appellate Court for student disciplinary matters, and rose to the level of Senior Presiding Justice in 1994. He was also a member of the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Team and Publishing Editor for the UMDJA Law Journal. As a result of his academic achievements and extracurricular activities, he was inducted into the prestigious Florida Blue Key Leadership honorary society. Currently, Francis volunteers his time to a number of local non-profit organizations. Most recently, he launched his own philanthropic platform, Believing In Good, which funds and hosts an annual “For the Kids” toy drive where he returns to the neighborhood of his childhood and distributes Christmas gifts to the children. He serves on the Board of Trustees for St. Mark AME, is a member of the Orlando Chapter of 100 Black Men of America and a Board member for Nap Ford Charter School. Francis is married to the former Keisha Berry, has a daughter, Grier, a son, Gregorio II (Rio), and resides in Windermere, Florida. Read Full Bio   Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com   Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 08.03.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 61:25


When stressed, people are quicker to jump to the worst conclusion University College London, July 29, 2021 When under stress, people reach undesirable conclusions based on weaker evidence than when they are relaxed, finds a new study led by UCL researchers. The findings, published today in the Journal of Neuroscience, show that stress can make people more likely to conclude the worst scenario is true. Senior author Professor Tali Sharot (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences and Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research) said: "Many of the most significant choices you will make, from financial decisions to medical and professional ones, will happen while you feel stressed. Often these decisions require you to first gather information and weigh the evidence. For example, you may consult multiple physicians before deciding on a best course of medical treatment. We wanted to find out: does feeling stressed change how you process and use the information you gather? "Our research suggests that under stress, people weight each piece of evidence that supports undesirable conclusions more than when they are relaxed. In contrast, how they weigh evidence that supports desirable conclusions is not affected by stress. As a result, people are more likely to conclude the worst is true when they are stressed." For the study, 91 volunteers played a categorisation game, in which they could gather as much evidence as they wanted to decide whether they were in a desirable environment (which was associated with rewards) or an undesirable environment (which was associated with losses). They were incentivised for accuracy. Prior to playing the game, 40 of the volunteers were told that they had to give a surprise public speech, which would be judged by a panel of experts. This caused them to feel stressed and anxious. The researchers found that under stress, the volunteers needed weaker evidence to reach the conclusion that they were in the undesirable environment. By contrast, stress did not change the strength of the evidence needed to reach the conclusion that they were in the desirable environment. Lead author, PhD student Laura Globig (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences and Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research) said that "we usually think of stressful situations as a hindrance to our decision-making process. But the pattern of learning we have uncovered may counterintuitively be adaptive, because negative beliefs may drive people to be extra cautious when in threatening environments."   Thai Cabinet Approves Use of Fah Talai Jone (green chiretta) to Treat Asymptomatic COVID-19 Cases Bangkok Post, July 22, 2021 Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed authorities to set up a committee to study the use of green chiretta (Andrographis paniculata) extracts to treat Covid-19 patients with mild symptoms. The announcement was made at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, which was convened to discuss additional measures to help curb the Covid-19 outbreak, the premier said on Wednesday. Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul was appointed head of the committee. It will coordinate studies on the safety and efficacy of green chiretta extracts on Covid-19 patients, as well as draft a strategic plan to promote Thai traditional medicine in general. The decision was taken in response to a proposal from Justice Minister Somsak Thepsutin, who urged the government to scale up the use of traditional medicines on Covid-19 patients with mild symptoms. This comes amid a vaccine shortage which has led to criticism for the government. His proposal came with evidence showing the Department of Corrections' success in treating 12,376 inmates who were infected with Covid-19 with green chiretta extracts. Of this number, 5,045 inmates were in Chiang Mai Central Prison, 2,100 in Nonthaburi Provincial Prison and 5,231 in Bang Kwang Central Prison also in Nonthaburi, said Mr Somsak. Before prescribing the herbal medicine to infected inmates, Mr Somsak said he had studied information by the Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine, which recommended a dosage of 180mg of andrographolides from green chiretta for five consecutive days to patients with mild symptoms. Citing the same research, the minister said each rai of land can yield up to 600kg of green chirettas, which can be turned into roughly 375,000 herbal extract capsules, he said. A total of 3.1 billion such capsules will be needed to cover all Thais, which means 8,400 rai of land will need to be planted with the herb, he said. The Department of Corrections now plans to produce about 50 million capsules of the herbal medicine in the next four months, which it aims to prescribe to about 50% of the prison population, he said. Due to its medical benefits, green chiretta has become a cash crop which is now in high demand in the export sector, he said. Mr Somsak added that the medicinal herb costs about 450 baht per kg    Taking breaks while learning improves memory   Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology (Germany), July 29, 2021 We remember things longer if we take breaks during learning, referred to as the spacing effect. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology gained deeper insight into the neuronal basis for this phenomenon in mice. With longer intervals between learning repetitions, mice reuse more of the same neurons as before—instead of activating different ones. Possibly, this allows the neuronal connections to strengthen with each learning event, such that knowledge is stored for a longer time. Many of us have experienced the following: the day before an exam, we try to cram a huge amount of information into our brain. But just as quickly as we acquired it, the knowledge we have painstakingly gained is gone again. The good news is that we can counteract this forgetting. With expanded time intervals between individual learning events, we retain the knowledge for a longer time. But what happens in the brain during the spacing effect, and why is taking breaks so beneficial for our memory? It is generally thought that during learning, neurons are activated and form new connections. In this way, the learned knowledge is stored and can be retrieved by reactivating the same set of neurons. However, we still know very little about how pauses positively influence this process—even though the spacing effect was described more than a century ago and occurs in almost all animals. Learning in a maze Annet Glas and Pieter Goltstein, neurobiologists in the team of Mark Hübener and Tobias Bonhoeffer, investigated this phenomenon in mice. To do this, the animals had to remember the position of a hidden chocolate piece in a maze. On three consecutive opportunities, they were allowed to explore the maze and find their reward—including pauses of varying lengths. "Mice that were trained with the longer intervals between learning phases were not able to remember the position of the chocolate as quickly," explains Annet Glas. "But on the next day, the longer the pauses, the better was the mice's memory." During the maze test, the researchers additionally measured the activity of neurons in the prefrontal cortex. This brain region is of particular interest for learning processes, as it is known for its role in complex thinking tasks. Accordingly, the scientists showed that inactivation of the prefrontal cortex impaired the mice's performance in the maze. "If three learning phases follow each other very quickly, we intuitively expected the same neurons to be activated," Pieter Goltstein says. "After all, it is the same experiment with the same information. However, after a long break, it would be conceivable that the brain interprets the following learning phase as a new event and processes it with different neurons." However, the researchers found exactly the opposite when they compared the neuronal activity during different learning phases. After short pauses, the activation pattern in the brain fluctuated more than compared to long pauses: In fast successive learning phases, the mice activated mostly different neurons. When taking longer breaks, the same neurons active during the first learning phase were used again later. Memory benefits from longer breaks Reactivating the same neurons could allow the brain to strengthen the connections between these cells in each learning phase—there is no need to start from scratch and establish the contacts first. "That's why we believe that memory benefits from longer breaks," says Pieter Goltstein. Thus, after more than a century, the study provides the first insights into the neuronal processes that explain the positive effect of learning breaks. With spaced learning, we may reach our goal more slowly, but we benefit from our knowledge for much longer. Hopefully, we won't have forgotten this by the time we take our next exam!     The flavonoid epicatechin inhibits progressive tau pathology in Alzheimer's University of Bath (UK), July 23, 2021 According to news reporting originating in Avon, United Kingdom, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, “Aggregation of the microtubule-associated protein tau into paired helical filaments (PHFs) and neurofibrillary tangles is a defining characteristic of Alzheimer's Disease. Various plant polyphenols disrupt tau aggregation in vitro but display poor bioavailability and low potency, challenging their therapeutic translation.”  Green tea, cocoa, blackberries and blueberries are high in epicatechin. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from the University of Bath, “We previously reported that oral administration of the flavonoid (-)-epicatechin (EC) reduced Amyloid-beta (A beta) plaque pathology in APP/PS1 transgenic mice. Here, we investigated whether EC impacts on tau pathology, independent of actions on A beta, using rTg4510 mice expressing P301L mutant tau. 4 and 6.5 months old rTg4510 mice received EC (similar to 18 mg/day) or vehicle (ethanol) via drinking water for 21 days and the levels of total and phosphorylated tau were assessed. At 4 months, tau appeared as two bands of similar to 55 kDa, phosphorylated at Ser262 and Ser396 and was unaffected by exposure to EC. At 6.5 months an additional higher molecular weight form of tau was detected at similar to 64 kDa which was phosphorylated at Ser262, Ser396 and additionally at the AT8 sites, indicative of the presence of PHFs. EC consumption reduced the levels of the similar to 64 kDa tau species and inhibited phosphorylation at Ser262 and AT8 phosphoepitopes. Regulation of the key tau kinase glycogen synthase kinase 3 beta (GSK3 beta) by phosphorylation at Ser9 was not altered by exposure to EC in mice or primary neurons. Furthermore, EC did not significantly inhibit GSK3 beta activity at physiologically-relevant concentrations in a cell free assay.” According to the news reporters, the research concluded: “Therefore, a 21-day intervention with EC inhibits or reverses the development of tau pathology in rTg4510 mice independently of direct inhibition of GSK3 beta.”     Fruit compound may have potential to prevent and treat Parkinson's disease   Johns Hopkins University, July 29, 2021 Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have added to evidence that the compound farnesol, found naturally in herbs, and berries and other fruits, prevents and reverses brain damage linked to Parkinson's disease in mouse studies. he compound, used in flavorings and perfume-making, can prevent the loss of neurons that produce dopamine in the brains of mice by deactivating PARIS, a key proteininvolved in the disease's progression. Loss of such neurons affects movement and cognition, leading to hallmark symptoms of Parkinson's disease such as tremors, muscle rigidity, confusion and dementia. Farnesol's ability to block PARIS, say the researchers, could guide development of new Parkinson's disease interventions that specifically target this protein. "Our experiments showed that farnesol both significantly prevented the loss of dopamine neurons and reversed behavioral deficits in mice, indicating its promise as a potential drug treatment to prevent Parkinson's disease," says Ted Dawson, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Cell Engineering and professor of neurology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Results of the new study, published July 28, in Science Translational Medicine, detail how the researchers identified farnesol's potential by screening a large library of drugs to find those that inhibited PARIS. In the brains of people with Parkinson's disease, a buildup of PARIS slows down the manufacture of the protective protein PGC-1alpha. The protein shields brain cells from damaging reactive oxygen molecules that accumulate in the brain. Without PGC-1alpha, dopamine neurons die off, leading to the cognitive and physical changes associated with Parkinson's disease. To study whether farnesol could protect brains from the effects of PARIS accumulation, the researchers fed mice either a farnesol-supplemented diet or a regular mouse diet for one week. Then, the researchers administered pre-formed fibrils of the protein alpha-synuclein, which is associated with the effects of Parkinson's disease in the brain. The researchers found that the mice fed the farnesol diet performed better on a strength and coordination test designed to detect advancement of Parkinson's disease symptoms. On average, the mice performed 100% better than mice injected with alpha-synuclein, but fed a regular diet. When the researchers later studied brain tissue of mice in the two groups, they found that the mice fed a farnesol-supplemented diet had twice as many healthy dopamine neurons than mice not fed the farnesol-enriched diet. The farnesol-fed mice also had approximately 55% more of the protective protein PGC-1alpha in their brains than the untreated mice. In chemical experiments, the researchers confirmed that farnesol binds to PARIS, changing the protein's shape so that it can no longer interfere with PGC-1alpha production. While farnesol is naturally produced, synthetic versions are used in commerce, and the amounts people get through diet is unclear. The researchers caution that safe doses of farnesol for humans have not yet been determined, and that only carefully controlled clinical trials can do so. Though more research is needed, Dawson and his team hope farnesol can someday be used to create treatments that prevent or reverse brain damage caused by Parkinson's disease.   Plant compounds reveal anticancer mechanisms Russian Academy of Sciences, July 28 2021.  Research published on June 9, 2021 in Scientific Reportsexplored mechanisms involved in the cancer protective effects of 30 compounds derived from fruits and vegetables. The researchers hope that their findings will contribute to the formulation of new drugs that will have fewer side effects than drugs currently in use.   “To create potent new drugs that will target only the tumor, it was necessary to determine how dietary compounds affect cell proteins in the prevention and treatment of cancer,” explained coauthor Grigory Zyryanov, who is a professor at the Russian Academy of Sciences. “Therefore, by modeling molecular mechanisms, we figured out how substances bind to proteins. This allowed us to determine the pool of therapeutic targets that the drugs will subsequently target. For example, these are anti-apoptotic (prevent apoptosis) and pro-apoptotic (induce apoptosis) proteins, protein kinases, and others. But a key drug target is phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase . . . This enzyme influences mutations in cancer, rearrangement, and amplification of genes.” Compounds investigated in the study included emodin, eugenol, gingerol, sulforaphane, linalool, catechin, oleanolic acid, ursolic acid, curcumin, yakuchinone-A, pinusolide, alpha-boswellic acid, oleandrin, sesquiterpene lactone-326, resveratrol, triterpenoid, beta-boswellic acid, anethole, capsaicin, glycolic acid, quercetin, genistein, ellagic acid, flavopiridol, zerumbone, garcinol, guggulsterone, parthenolide, halogenated monoterpenes and silibinin. Of these compounds, silibinin, flavopiridol, oleandrin, ursolic acid, alpha-boswellic acid, beta-boswellic acid, triterpenoid, guggulsterone and oleanolic acid had the greatest binding affinity with phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase alpha (P13K), which is involved in functions that can contribute to cancer. Other targets identified as binding with various compounds included PKC-η, Ras and H-Ras.  “We assumed that the foods we selected for the study had anti-cancer properties, but this needed to be verified,” Dr Zyryanov noted. “As a result, we found out that diseased cells stop development under the influence of certain combinations of food compounds.”     Meta-analysis supports potential of omega-3s for ADHD Kings College London, July 31, 2021 Omega-3s fatty acid supplements may improve symptoms and cognitive performance in children and adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a meta-analysis of gold standard clinical trials. Data from seven clinical trials involving over 500 children and adolescents indicated that omega-3s were associated with improvements in clinical symptoms of ADHD, while data from three clinical trials involving over 200 children and adolescents indicated a positive impact on cognitive measures associated with attention. “[W]e provide strong evidence supporting a role for n3-PUFAs deficiency in ADHD, and for advocating n-3 PUFAs supplementation as a clinically relevant intervention in this group, especially if guided by a biomarker-based personalization approach,” wrote the authors, led by Jane Pei-Chen Chang from King's College London, in Neuropsychopharmacology . Boosting EPA/DHA intakes Commenting independently on the meta-analysis, Harry Rice, PhD, VP of regulatory & scientific affairs for the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED): “In the past, I've been lukewarm on whether or not increasing EPA/DHA intake benefits children with ADHD. Results from this meta-analysis put me a little closer to believing. “Minimally, given the low side effect profile of omega-3s versus the drugs of choice to treat ADHD, I would highly recommend first increasing intake of EPA/DHA. This is particularly true if a child doesn't eat at least two servings of fatty fish a week or doesn't take an omega-3 supplement on a regular basis.” Meta-analysis details The new meta-analysis was performed using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis (PRISMA) guidelines and used established scientific literature databases to identify appropriate studies for inclusion. Data from seven randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with 534 young people indicated that that omega-s3 supplementation significantly improved inattention and hyperactivity symptoms, according to parental reports. Additional analysis revealed that the improvements in hyperactivity were only observed when doses of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) of 500 mg/day or more were used. Interesting, the researchers did not find improvements in hyperactivity and inattention when they looked at teacher's reports, unlike what was reported by parents. Omega-3 supplements were associated with improvements in select measures of cognitive performance, said the researchers. “N-3 PUFAs are crucial for optimal neurotransmitter function: for example, incorporating more EPA and DHA in the cell membrane can increase cholesterol efflux, modulate lipid raft clustering and disruption, and affect the function of the dopamine transporter (DAT), which in turn may affect attention and executive function by regulating synaptic dopamine levels,” wrote the researchers. Omega-3 levels Data from case-control studies were also collected to assess if omega-3 levels were also associated with ADHD, with results indicating that children and adolescents with ADHD had lower levels of EPA, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid),and total omega-3s. “In the context of ‘personalised medicine', it is tempting to speculate that a subpopulation of youth with ADHD and with low levels of n-3 PUFAs may respond better to n-3 PUFAs supplementation, but there are no studies to date attempting this stratification approach,” wrote the researchers. “However, we have [previously] shown that individuals at genetic risk of developing depression in the context of the immune challenge, interferon-alpha (IFN-alpha), have lower levels of RBCs n3-PUFAs, and that n-3 PUFAs supplementation prevents the onset of IFN-alpha-induced depression, arguably by replenishing the endogenously low anti-inflammatory PUFAs in the ‘at risk' individuals.”

The EggChasers Rugby Podcast
S7 Ep58: 2nd August 2021 - SA v LIONS. 2nd Test fallout, citings and selections

The EggChasers Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 47:05


Lions v SA Test.Review of the game. Citing decisions. Selection calls. And a few tangents besides. LTBP. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
APG 481 – Shark Tips

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 163:12


Our crew today: Dr. Steph, Miami Rick, Captains Nick and Jeff, Producer/Director Liz. Join us for the latest in aviation news, your feedback, and this week's Plane Tale: "Defending the Baltic Express." Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:01] NEWS [00:03:19] Crash: Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky AN26 near Palana on Jul 6th 2021 [00:13:40] Crash: Aliansa DC3 at Villavicencio on Jul 8th 2021 [00:19:23] Update - 737 Ditched in Hawaii [00:25:43] Virgin Galactic: Sir Richard Branson Rockets to the Edge of Space [00:34:41] Citing a Serious Flight Test Incident and Lack of Design Maturity, FAA Slows Boeing 777X Certification [00:39:34] GETTING TO KNOW US [00:52:16] COFFEE FUND [00:54:08] FEEDBACK [00:54:26] Landon - Remembering Launchpad [01:05:33] Gez - System Reset: Use with Caution [01:13:37] Larry - RIDS at 50 Percent Accuracy [01:17:05] Rob - Happy Treason Day! [01:18:33] Liz - The Pilots who Risk Their Lives Flying Tiny Planes over the Atlantic [01:25:08] Liz - Qantas Pilots Lay Bare Mental Toll from Not Flying [01:29:25] PLANE TALES - Defending the Baltic Express [01:53:05] U.S. Proposal will Require Airlines to Refund Fees for Baggage Delays Beyond 12 Hours [02:04:03] Quebec Woman Using Riding Lawnmower Struck, Killed by Landing Aircraft [02:07:22] GETTING TO KNOW US - Steph [02:19:10] Gez - Not "Snakes on a Plane" but "Birds on a Plane"... [02:21:39] Jim - Oklahoma Glider Pilot Flies Around Landspout Tornado [02:25:20] Lydon - Follow-Up Audio VIDEO Don't see the video? Click this to watch it on YouTube! ABOUT RADIO ROGER “Radio Roger” Stern has been a TV and Radio reporter since he was a teenager. He's won an Emmy award for his coverage in the New York City Market. Currently you can hear his reporting in New York on radio station 1010 WINS, the number one all-news station in the nation. Nationally you can hear him anchor newscasts on the Fox News Radio Network and on Fox's Headlines 24-7 service on Sirius XM Radio. In addition Roger is a proud member of and contributor to the APG community. Audible.com Trial Membership Offer - Get your free audio book today! Give us your review in iTunes! I'm "airlinepilotguy" on Facebook, and "airlinepilotguy" on Twitter. feedback@airlinepilotguy.com airlinepilotguy.com "Appify" the Airline Pilot Guy website (http://airlinepilotguy.com) on your phone or tablet! ATC audio from http://LiveATC.net Intro/outro Music, Coffee Fund theme music by Geoff Smith thegeoffsmith.com Dr. Steph's intro music by Nevil Bounds Capt Nick's intro music by Kevin from Norway (aka Kevski) Doh De Oh by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100255 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Copyright © AirlinePilotGuy 2021, All Rights Reserved Airline Pilot Guy Show by Jeff Nielsen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

The Michael Berry Show
Judge Henry Issues Disaster Declaration Citing Border Crisis | AM Show Hr 1

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 34:48


Up First
Saturday, June 5, 2021

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 14:19


President Biden and congressional Republicans are trying to decide the scope of a bipartisan infrastructure package — and how to pay for it. Citing public safety concerns, Facebook has extended its ban of Donald Trump until 2023. Ethiopia is set to hold elections against a backdrop of horrific violence.