This episode carries content warnings for hallucinations, death, and brief mention of mind control. Across Palisade, the gears of Kesh's occupation grind to halt, for however brief a time. Attaches clear the schedules of their client-commanders. Chefs discard the still-fresh ingredients for the coming week's feasts. Countless BIS operatives—many of whom hid in plain sight as attaches or chefs—simply vanish one midday, lost to long hallways and shaded corners. And in their stead, the Divine Crusade moves. This week on PALISADE: Resentment and Frustration Pt. 2 I bought a 'Rari just so I can go faster (skrrr) Dossier People Occam Olio (they/them): Columnar member of the Frontier Syndicate and low level officer of Lock & Cross Security Services. Sharp the way a knife is. Made themself a hero among Palisade Bilats during Frontier Syndicate operation against Rose River. Silverbrick (they/them): A “visionary” architect, technologist, and urban planner of the Frontier Syndicate. Blank Shore (he/him): Ex-Concretist Hacker, happy that “the future is finally here.” Claims to be “perfectly apolitical.” Jesset City (he/him): After helping to kick off Millennium Break on Partizan, Jesset served as one of its major leaders during its expansion across the Principality. Now, he uses his talents in Hollow and Altar engineering, piloting, and cipher breaking on behalf of the Grey Pond unit of the cause. Still considers himself to be a member of the Party of the Wolf, though those designations have largely fallen from use. Gentian (she/her): Elect of the Divine Crusade. Impossibly old, yet a source of power and vibrance. Attended to by her two sword bearers (Ramondre (she/her) and Ignadiah (he/him), Knight of Books (Clawed (he/him)), and Knight of Cups (Perevel (they/them)). Elle Evensong (she/they): Elle arrived to Palisade along with the first wave of Devotees, making a name for herself as a cunning combatant and clever commander. She became a poster child for Twilight Mirage's support of Palisade (and, for members of the Dim Liturgy, a prophesied bridge between the past and the future). But as the war began to heat up, she seemed to vanish into the background. Pilot of the Cataphract. Factions Bilateral Intercession: One of two factions vying for leadership of the Principality, comprised by Stels Kesh and Nideo, and lead by the so-called Peaceful Princept, Cynosure Whitestar-Kesh (he/him), who took control of the faction from the Curtain, a secretive intelligence organization with roots in Kesh's ancient spy operations. The “Bilats” are a conservative and reactionary force, aiming to return the Principality to its roots both literally and figuratively. After a long campaign against the Pact of Free States, they managed to take control of Palisade. The Frontier Syndicate: A powerful conglomerate with a broad purview, including technology, heavy industry, entertainment, telecommunications, and transportation. Led by Exenceaster March (he/him), former chair of the Columnar R&D giant the Zenith Fund, the Syndicate betrayed the Pact of Free States and joined the Bilats in order to be part of their colonization efforts on Palisade. The Pact of Free States: One of the two factions vying for leadership of the Principality, a joint operation by Stels Columnar and Apostolos. Jade Kill: Based in Joyous Guard, this military arm of the Cause is operated by the Delegate liberation faction known as Reunion and supported by Kalar Anakalar's (he/him) Giantkiller unit and a wing of Swordbreakers. Led by August Righteousness (he/him). Lock and Cross Security Services: The largest mercenary unit on Palisade, invited to the world by Exenceaster March. Founded by Maidstone Cross (she/her) and Margate Lock (she/her), a pair of divorcees too committed to their work together to fully separate. Margate was lost to the depths of the Diadem. The Branched: A post-human society of beings who have transformed their bodies into forms terrifying and spectacular and free—only to have the threat of war force them to rebuild themselves as soldiers first and foremost. After centuries of fighting a purely defensive war, the Branched have now begun to strike into the Principality's territory. Places Diadem Gravtrain: While the vast trench-city on Palisade's equator lays abandoned, Kesh has reactivated its railway via an operations center in Carmathen. Bontive Valley: Blessed by the departed divine Bounty, the Valley provides the Bilats with fruit that never rots and hyper-nutritional grain. Carhaix: The northernmost city in the Bontive Valley, Carhaix is one of the first major settlements founded by the nascent Divine Principality 5,000 years ago. It was created on the site of a battlefield where they obliterated the straggling remnants of the Advent Group, an organization that had invaded and pillaged the Twilight Mirage. After the Principality left Palisade behind, it became one of the Fabreal Duchy's many centers of power in the northwestern continent. Currently, it is controlled by Jade Kill. Objects The Stellar Combustor: A weapon of immense destruction, capable of destroying countless star systems if deployed without a firebreak. Has been used in some form or another since the time of the earliest Divines. In current form they take the form of a twirling, 3-ringed space station that rotates around a system's sun. Divines Discernment (it/its): Able to see the whole of the galaxy for one moment a year, this massive Divine was stolen by Millennium Break in the years after Operation Shackled Sun. The Divine Crusade (they/them): Leads Stel Nideo's occupation on Palisade along with their Elect, Gentian. Crusade is an enormous, bipedal machine covered (or perhaps made with) beautiful stained glass. Additional Notes Delegates: In plain terms, Delegates are synthetic individuals created through a process of forcible extraction from a living Divine. Originated by the Fabreal Duchy, who were left behind to "attend to" Palisade by the Divine Principality around 5000 years ago, these Delgates were designed and used as slaves. Currently, a Delegate resistance group called Reunion operates out of the fortress Joyous Guard in the Caldera Stretch. Hosted by Austin Walker (@austin_walker) Featuring Janine Hawkins (@bleatingheart) Sylvi Bullet (@sylvibullet), Ali Acampora (@ali_west), Art Martinez-Tebbel (@atebbel), Jack de Quidt (@notquitereal), Keith J Carberry (@keithjcarberry) and Andrew Lee Swan (@swandre3000) Produced by Ali Acampora Music by Jack de Quidt (available on bandcamp) Text by Austin Walker Cover Art by by aurahack (aurahack.jp) With thanks to Arthur B., chocoube, DB, deepFlaw, Edwin Adelsberger, Emrys, Greg Cobb, huw, Ian O'Dea, Ian Urbina, Irina A., Jack Shirai, K. 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(0:00) The guys open the second hour discussing the claims by Jerome Bettis that the Patriots cheated against the Pittsburgh Steelers. (16:13) More on the Patriots and the cheating claims made by Jerome Bettis. (23:36) Caller reaction to all that the guy's have discussed. (31:20) More thoughts on the Damien Lillard trade to the Bucks.
Joe Biden claims that he and Kamala rebuilt the economy and changed how it worked while also starting a new gun violence prevention office as a part of an assault on the second amendment. Karine Jean-Pierre tried to defend a record 10,000 illegal immigrants coming over in one day and Donald Trump says if he wins he will launch an investigation into the mainstream media. Plus, Drew hits on some weekend sports highlights, what to look forward to this week and some international news. RUMBLE: See the full LIVE show on Rumble. Subscribe, Watch and Engage at https://rumble.com/DrewBerquist SUPPORT THE SHOW: Love Common Sense And Want To Keep Free Speech Alive? Support the Show. https://www.drewberquist.com/support/ SHOW SPONSORS AND AUDIENCE DISCOUNTS The Root Brands- Get rid of heavy metals and toxins in your body! Purchase Clean Slate and other Root Brands products here: https://www.rootbrandswellness.com/drewberquist Mammoth Nation - Shop Conservative and push back against the woke left. Become a member at https://mammothnation.com/ and use promo code DREW to save 30% on your membership. Thistle Creek Reserve - Go Beyond The Cup with Thistle Creek Reserve Premium Coffeehttps://thistlecreekreserve.com/ Use Promo Code DREW to Save 10% Heavens Harvest - Be prepared with survival food, water filtration and heirloom seeds. Get ahead and save at HeavensHarvest.com. Use promo code DREW to save! https://HeavensHarvest.com My Pillow - Get the best night's sleep of your life and save! Use Promo Code DREW to save up to 66% off your purchase at https://MyPillow.com My Patriot Cigars - Enjoy for yourself or give the gift of an outstanding smoke for freedom loving Americans at https://MyPatriotCigars.com use promo code DREW to save 15% off your order.
A Joint Advisory warns of Beijing's "BlackTech" threat activity. ShadowSyndicate is a new ransomware as a service operation. A Smishing Triad in the UAE. Openfire flaw actively exploited against servers. AtlasCross is technically capable and, above all, "cautious." Xenomorph malware in the wild. DDoS and API attacks hit the financial sector. In our Industry Voices segment, Joe DePlato from Bluestone Analytics demystified dark net drug markets. Our guest is Richard Hummel from Netscout with the latest trending DDoS vectors. And the FCC chair announces plans to restore net neutrality. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/185 Selected reading. CISA, NSA, FBI and Japan Release Advisory Warning of BlackTech, PRC-Linked Cyber Activity (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) Dusting for fingerprints: ShadowSyndicate, a new RaaS player? (Group-IB) Smishing Triad Stretches Its Tentacles into the United Arab Emirates (Security Affairs) Hackers actively exploiting Openfire flaw to encrypt servers (BleepingComputer) Vulnerability in Openfire messaging software allows unauthorized access to compromised servers (Dr.Web) Suspicious New Ransomware Group Claims Sony Hack (Dark Reading) Sony investigates cyberattack as hackers fight over who's responsible (BleepingComputer) Sony Investigating After Hackers Offer to Sell Stolen Data (SecurityWeek) Xenomorph Malware Strikes Again: Over 30+ US Banks Now Targeted (Threat Fabric) The High Stakes of Innovation: Attack Trends in Financial Services (Akamai) FACT SHEET: FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel Proposes to Restore Net Neutrality Rules (Federal Communications Commission) Ukraine: Russian hackers infiltrating software supply chains (Computing) Russian hacking operations target Ukrainian law enforcement (CyberScoop) Ukraine accuses Russian spies of hacking law enforcement (Register) Russian hackers target Ukrainian government systems involved in war crimes investigations (Record) Ukraine Cyber Defenders Prepare for Winter (Bank Info Security) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NHS consultants in England are striking over a pay offer of 6%. We look at whether they are paid an average of £120,000 a year and examine how much their pay compared to inflation has fallen. Also we fact check some of the claims Rishi Sunak made in his net zero speech, ask whether Britain is really that bad at building infrastructure compared to other countries and investigate the real levels of cancellations at Scotland and the UK's largest ferry company, Calmac.
Uncle Si can't help but laugh with Martin and Jay as they do impressions of him and his bathroom noises. Willie pulls one of his most famous pranks on Si at the airport, and Jay Stone gets reluctantly tasked with entertaining California yuppies with “redneck stuff.” John-David is forced to have a difficult conversation with his son after Stone picks him up on the side of the road in their neighborhood. Martin is excited to share his latest Buc-ee's haul from their new favorite fan, and Si confidently and unabashedly answers a question about whether or not poker or wine are sinful. https://www.factormeals.com/duck50 — Get 50% off right now when you use code duck50! https://www.nuts.com/duck — Get a free gift with purchase for new customers and free shipping on orders of $29 or more right now! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A leaked Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) training video instructs staff to confirm that men can get pregnant and encourages them to refer to a pre-born baby as an “embryo” or “fetus.” The VA training video correctly states, “Language has a profound impact on what people hear and learn.” Therein lies Dr. Denison's point as he describes our culture's pervasive four-part strategy to normalize unbiblical immorality, legalize it, then stigmatize those who disagree and ultimately criminalize their disagreement. Author: Jim Denison, PhD Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe Read The Daily Article: https://www.denisonforum.org/daily-article/government-training-video-claims-men-can-get-pregnant/ Click here and find our new and free online course called The Greatest Commandment: How to Love God and Others with All Your Heart, Soul, Mind, and Strength. Starting with what the Bible means when it calls us to love, we'll take those concepts and apply them to loving God and our neighbor so we can do both more reliably and in accordance with his will. Begin this free self-paced course today.
KSL Investigative Reporter Matt Gephardt looks into whether insurance companies can drop you for too many similar claims, this comes after one Utah man faced this issue after having to replace his windshield one too many times. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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How did it remain under the radar for so long? This is the burning question that Tony Brueski and Jennifer Coffindaffer grapple with in a recent episode of "Hidden Killers". Ruby Franke's case has baffled many, especially when neighbors insist they weren't looking the other way but instead were actively trying to help. The actual barrier? The Free Range Parenting Law of Utah. "Several of us tried to help. One neighbor commented saying, I know people left food on doorsteps knowing the kids might not be eating," recounts Brueski. Neighbors knew something was amiss and many reportedly made calls to the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) and the police. Yet, the children's lack of visible injuries meant that the hands of the law were tied. According to Brueski, the Free Range Parenting Law in Utah allows parents to leave their children alone if deemed of a responsible age, unless there are injuries. Coffindaffer, a former FBI Special Agent, interjects with a nuanced perspective, acknowledging the legitimacy of a child's right to independence at a certain age but highlighting its boundaries. "That at a certain age, a child could be left alone. But again, there's usually time limits on that... for being able to be on your own and it not being dangerous to the child in many states. It's about 12 years old that age is but there's a time limit and it's not weeks and it's not days," she stated emphatically. The law's application in the Franke case, however, has raised eyebrows. "That law that they have in Utah is in many states, but it's completely absurd to stretch that law to cover what was going on in this situation," Coffindaffer argues. She points out that neglect through starvation is separate and should not be hidden behind the Free Range Parenting Law. "Child welfare services in Utah has a lot explaining to do because there's no way you can hide behind the law they're talking about and explain starvation and neglect," she emphasized. Brueski dives deeper into the peculiarities of Utah's legal system, suggesting that Utah's approach to these laws might have nuances that are different from other states. "Every time we talk about Utah, things are always just a little bit odd or different or don't quite make sense in so many of the legal ramifications in cases," he observes, questioning how much "gray area" Utah's legal framework allows. Coffindaffer concurs with Brueski's sentiment, pointing out that Utah has what may be described as a "liberal application" when it comes to parenting decisions. "Out of all the states there are, you know, Utah is where you're going to see the most liberal application in terms of these sort of parenting, you know, free range decisions," she stated. The revelations in the "Hidden Killers" podcast spotlight the potential dangers of laws that may be well-intentioned but can inadvertently create loopholes that endanger the welfare of children. The ongoing discussions surrounding Ruby Franke's case serve as a cautionary tale, prompting a re-evaluation of laws and their applications. However, as the discourse around Ruby Franke's case and the Free Range Parenting Law continues, the question that still lingers is: Are there more cases of neglect concealed behind the veil of laws that were meant to protect? Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
President Joe Biden called out some House Republicans this afternoon – accusing them of pushing the federal government to the brink of a shutdown. Russia and Ukraine traded fire today, with Ukraine claiming it killed a top Russian naval commander last week. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul says roughly 10 percent of New York's military personnel are now helping with the state's migrant crisis. The Biden administration announced $1.4 billion in rail investments, after a string of high-profile accidents. Lastly, the US is recognizing two small Pacific island nations - we'll tell you why it's a big deal.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
In late August, China's Ministry of Natural Resources released its new “standard map,” which includes not only Taiwan, but also parts of the maritime zones of the Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia. It also includes land that China disputes with India—and even some Russian territory. To publicize the map and China's claims, Beijing launched a “national map awareness publicity week,” as it has for map releases in recent years. China's map release is an annual event, which can happen at any time. So why now? And what does the map tell us about Chinese foreign policy under Xi Jinping? To discuss this topic, host Bonnie Glaser is joined by Dr. Collin Koh who is Senior Fellow at the Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, based in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has research interests on naval affairs in the Indo-Pacific, focusing on Southeast Asia. Timestamps[01:29] How does this map differ from previous ones?[04:44] Interagency Coordination on Release[05:51] Reaction of the Chinese Foreign Ministry [08:12] Significance of the Timing of the Release[11:32] Protests Against the Map's Release[15:09] Portrayal of the South China Sea[19:35] Ambiguity of Beijing's Claims [23:44] Territorial Claims Along the Sino-Russian Border[26:58] Lasting Impact of the Map
WWE Raw Post Show (9/25/23) hosted by Don Tony & brought to you by BlueWire. Some Topics Discussed: WWE Raw 9/25/23 Recap: Dragon Lee and Dominik Mysterio tear it up; Judgement Day (minus Mami) defend their Titles; Nia Jax' in ring return; Drew McIntyre: Coward? Nakamura reveals his rematch stip & did Seth take a jab at CM Punk? SmackDown leaving FOX for USA Network likely spells the end of Raw and possibly NXT on USA. DT flashes back to Raw & SmackDown ratings at the time of the previous TV Deals in 2018. The ratings decline for Raw may shock you. WWE announces John Cena vs Jimmy Uso & Solo Sikoa Handicap Match at Fastlane LA Knight medical update after testing positive for Covid Elite media already grooming AEW fans for the possibility of Matt Riddle joining AEW in 2024 Mandy Rose: "I'm making life changing $$$ thanks to OnlyFans!" Trouble In Paradise: Hulk Hogan gets married over the weekend and daughter Brooke gives an interesting reason for not attending Rick Boogs vents on WWE release: Claims someone backstage had a 'weird grudge' against him, and Vince McMahon stepping down in 2022 killed his career. This Week In Ratings: Dynamite hits a Grand Slam while Rampage fouls out; Cena/Styles beatdown fails to impress; Dirty Dom tops Becky Lynch; Impact 1000 disappoints; NJPW tanks; low numbers for Danielson/Claudio and Page/Young Bucks matches This Week In Wrestling History Preview: Jim Cornette managerial debut; Pipers Pit vs The Flower Shop; CM Punk arrives in OVW; Steve Austin rides the Zamboni; The Rock: This Is Your Life; Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara leave WWE for WCW; Hogan quits TNA and much more! NXT Watch Party hosted by Don Tony returns Tuesday 9/26/23 (www.Playback.tv/dontonyshow
Hour two of The Sports Bar with Danger and Battaglia begins with "I'll Drink To That" and Gene wondering how the Eagles can play with flu-like symptoms in a world where most practice an "abundance of caution." Danger believes Taylor Swift can be an agent for change in the NFL and now wields the powers of an Avenger. Gene shares his Survivor Football pick for Week 4 and Danger wonders if he can trust the team he predicted would be a let down just last week. Michael F. Florio from NFL Network stops by next to share the top priorities you should consider this week when making your waiver claims in Fantasy Football. Listen, download, rate, and subscribe here or wherever you enjoy your shows.
Òn this episode we heard from parents who are refusing to allow their kids attend sex education classes in school. They explained how they don't want their kids learning about gender identity, sexual orientation, pornography and contraception.
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It's little wonder that we will be reporting on artificial intelligence (AI)during the next live edition of Monitor Mondays. We were among the first to report on algorithms in claims auditing.But now, with so much attention being paid by the general news media to AI, its role in healthcare is gaining even greater attention and traction. So, during next live edition of our weekly Internet radio broadcast, we will take a deep dive into the role of AI and its use in auditing medical claims for accuracy and compliance when Blake Wylie, chief technical officer for Clarity Ventures Group, joins the broadcast.By utilizing machine learning algorithms, auditors can sift through vast amounts of data to identify discrepancies and errors, thereby enhancing the overall reliability and efficiency of the medical billing process.Broadcast segments will include these instantly recognizable features:Monday Rounds: Ronald Hirsch, vice president of R1 RCM, will make his Monday Rounds.The RAC Report: Healthcare attorney Knicole Emanuel will report the latest news about auditors.Risky Business: Healthcare attorney Geoffrey Koslig, associated with law offices of Fredrikson & Byron, will substitute for David Glaser, to share his perspective on business issues that might appear (and in many cases, actually are) quite risky.Special Report: Govind Goyal, president of financial services for Panacea Healthcare Solutions, will report on the latest news about the beleaguered Hospital Price Transparency rule.Legislative Update: Adam Brenman, federal legislative analyst for Zelis, will report on the latest legislative actions impacting the healthcare regulatory setting.Lead Story: RACmonitor investigative reporter Edward M. Roche will report the lead story on the performance scorecard for Medicare.
“I know people who are better apologists for the Dallas Cowboys than they are for their own beliefs as a Christian.” J. Warner Wallace's enduringly popular book on apologetics, Cold-Case Christianity, has been thoroughly updated and expanded for its tenth-anniversary edition. He joins The Denison Forum Podcast to discuss the book, how to read the gospels as an investigator, how conspiracy thinking works, why the church should be overflowing with apologists, why we're addicted to crime shows, and more. Topics Updating Cold-Case Christianity | 02:03 Reading the gospels as an investigator | 05:54 How the gospels' differences show reliability | 13:02 Subjective truth vs. objective truth | 18:31 Proving Christianity | 26:02 If Christianity is true, then what? | 30:42 The necessity of humility | 35:34 Understanding evidence | 41:41 How conspiracy thinking works | 43:53 Determining reliability | 45:32 Employing common sense | 48:15 Cold-Case Christianity 10 years later | 53:09 The problem of being an abbreviated Christian | 58:43 Why are we addicted to crime shows? | 1:03:22 Resources Unedited transcript (PDF) ColdCaseChristianity.com Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospel The Truth in True Crime: What Investigating Death Teaches Us About the Meaning of Life (May 2024) Person of Interest: Why Jesus Still Matters in a World that Rejects the Bible Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony, Richard Bauckham About J. Warner Wallace With a master's degree in theological studies, J. Warner Wallace is an award-winning detective who has been featured on Dateline more than any other homicide investigator. A popular national speaker and podcast host, he is the bestselling author of numerous books including Cold-Case Christianity, Person of Interest, Forensic Faith and God's Crime Scene. An adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University, a senior fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and a faculty member at Summit Ministries, Jim and his wife live in Southern California. About Dr. Mark Turman Dr. Mark Turman is the Executive Director of Denison Forum and Vice President of Denison Ministries. Among his many duties, Turman is most notably the host of The Denison Forum Podcast. He is also the chief strategist for DF Pastors, which equips pastors and church leaders to understand and transform today's culture. About Denison Forum Denison Forum exists to thoughtfully engage the issues of the day from a biblical perspective through The Daily Article email newsletter and podcast, The Denison Forum Podcast, as well as many books and additional resources.
Listen to this segment of The Annie Frey Show where Annie is joined by Rob Law, the Director for the Center for Homeland Security and Immigration at America First Policy Institute. Law shares that the Biden Administration has no plan for immigrants outside of processing them quickly. He also claims that the Biden Policy on the border is "America Last".
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The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1: A new Washington Post/ABC News survey indicates that presumptive Republican nominee for president Donald Trump has a 9-point lead over President Joe Biden—51% to 42%. Interestingly, Trump holds a 20-point lead over Biden with voters under the age of 35 in the hypothetical rematch. Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Robert Menendez (D-NJ) has been charged with accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes in exchange for providing Egypt with “sensitive U.S. government information.” During a Friday press conference announcing a three-count indictment, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams explained that federal prosecutors found $500,000 in cash, as well as gold bars, in Sen. Menendez' home—some of which contained fingerprints or DNA of Fred Daibes, a real estate developer also accused of bribing Menendez and his wife Nadine. According to The New York Times, Daibes pled guilty to financial crimes in 2022. Senator Menendez and his wife have both denied the criminal conduct alleged by prosecutors. You can read more about the story here: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/22/nyregion/robert-menendez-indicted.html On Monday, Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) held a press conference to address charges of corruption. Menendez insisted he was innocent and explained that he held nearly half-a-million in cash at his home for “emergencies.” In an article for NJ.com, Tom Moran writes: “Look past the bars of gold, the envelopes stuffed with cash, and the shiny new Mercedes parked in the garage of Sen. Robert Menendez. Bad as that stench is, it's far from the worst of it. For that, you need to cast an eye to the torture chambers run by Egypt's military dictatorship, where security goons rape women to pressure their husbands in the next cell, where they clamp metal grips to men's genitals and shock them into submission, where they hang teens by their arms, tied behind their back, and leave them until their shoulders dislocate. That's the dictatorship that Menendez has been helping since 2018, according to the federal indictment dropped Friday.” You can read the full article here: https://www.nj.com/opinion/2023/09/gold-bars-for-menendez-torture-for-jailed-egyptians-moran.html Congressman Andy Kim (D-NJ)—who represents New Jersey's 3rd District—has announced that he will challenge Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) in New Jersey's Democratic primary for U.S. Senate. You can read more here: https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/23/politics/menendez-andy-kim-senate/index.html
New court documents aimed at clearing Richard Allen for the murders of Delphi teens Abigail Williams and Liberty German blame white nationalists, practicing Odinism for the deaths. Allen's attorneys says the murders were carried out as part of a pagan ritual. The 136-page document points to the gruesome crime scene noting that sticks and tree branches were placed orderly - on and around the girls' bodies and pagan religious runes could also be seen. Claims are also being made that other suspects were not pursued. There are also allegations that evidence was suppressed and even changed. The attorneys have requested a Franks hearing to determine if there were improprieties in obtaining a search warrant for Allen's home. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Fran Longwell - Former Deputy State's Attorney, Former Assistant State's Attorney specializing in child abuse, sex offenses and homicides Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst https://www.drbethanymarshall.com/, Instagram & TikTok: drbethanymarshall, Twitter:@DrBethanyLive Chris McDonough-Director At the Cold Case Foundation, Former Homicide Detective, Host of YouTube channel- ‘The Interview Room', ColdCaseFoundation.org Dr. Mark Mirabello Professor of History at Shawnee State University, Author: “The Odin Brotherhood”, https://www.markmirabello.com Dr. Maneesha Pandey - Chief Forensic Pathologist for the Forensic Pathologists LLC in Ohio, Board certified forensic pathologist,theforensicpathologist.com Max Lewis - Reporter, FOX59, Twitter/Instagram: @MaxLewisTV, Facebook.com/MaxLewisTV See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott reflects on the results of the latest tech IPOs and questions if the public markets are in structural decline. He then shares his thoughts on Disney's $60 billion investment in its parks and cruises business. Scott also discusses the latest family drama in the FTX saga, and explains how he plans to make money off of the company's bankruptcy claims. Vote now for Prof G Markets at the Signal Awards Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today, Zach Drew and Josh Peck welcome special guest Timothy Alberino to talk about the recent developments around UFO phenomena and supposed alien specimens.Are the recent claims of discovered alien mummies correct or just a hoax? What has the government been releasing about UFOs (now commonly called UAPs) and why? How should we as Christians think about the extraterrestrial question? You will be shocked by the answers to these questions and more. Discover the secrets behind nonhuman intelligences in this episode of The Zach Drew Show!**********If you would like to donate, just follow this link: https://www.zachdrewshow.com/donate/ and hit the bright orange “Donate” button!Or you can text GIVE to (855) 796-1005 or call our toll free number at 888-459-5727You can also give by sending your donations in the mail to:IGBY International MinistriesPO Box 797Decatur, IL 62525 Thank you for your continued support, and please pray about standing with us as we go forward into the next step of this ministry.
Jon Zaghloul, host of Sports Talk Chicago, reacts to Justin Fields' comments, and explains why he is correct in his evaluation of the Bears' coaching staff. Tune in at 5pm Central on Thursdays to hear Sports Talk Chicago on AM 1230 WJOB and JED TV! Listen to Sports Talk Chicago […]
During 15 minutes of Gameday Uncensored, we read the comments of Dolphins special teams coach, Danny Crossman, where he defends the Dolphins kicker despite continued struggles from 50+ yards - but is he actually telling the truth?
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Explosive new allegations come out against Rudy Giuliani after former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson wrote that she was groped. Also, Republicans grill Attorney General Merrick Garland on Capitol Hill about the alleged bias of the Department of Justice in regards to the Hunter Biden probe. Plus, as China's top officials keep disappearing new details emerge on the reasons why. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Long: Housing minister Rachel Maclean claimed the government has built a record number of social rent homes. Tim and the team investigate. Following Lucy Letby's conviction, we look at how sentences for murder have changed over the past few decades. Plus after Liz Truss's speech this week defending her short stint as Prime Minister, Tim reminds us how her mini-budget raised borrowing costs and might have pushed up the national debt even more. And will 1 in 11 workers in England really work for the NHS by the middle of the next decade? Presenter: Tim Harford Series producer: Jon Bithrey Producers: Daniel Gordon, Natasha Fernandes, Nathan Gower, Charlotte McDonald, Editor: Richard Vadon Production Co-ordinator: Maria Ogundele Sound Engineer: Rod Farquhar
In hour three, Hoch is making a strong claim to discovering the greatest snack ever invented. Zach Gelb of CBS Sports Radio joins the show pandering to Hoch and Crowder by eating seaweed crisps and praises the Dolphins following their strong 2-0 start.
In her new book, the star witness for the January 6th committee hearings, Cassidy Hutchinson, says Rudy Giuliani groped her according to an excerpt obtained by The Guardian. Plus, tough questions were put to Attorney General Merrick Garland at a House Judiciary Committee hearing focused on allegations surrounding Hunter Biden. Also, a sobering statistic from the US Census Bureau shows child poverty has doubled in the last year. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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a 53-year-old man died at the Patriots game Sunday after witnesses said he was punched by a man wearing Dolphins gear. What on earth is going on in our society? Fan violence is out of whack...we see it almost every game now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices