Podcast appearances and mentions of Colin Powell

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Copy link to clipboard

65th U.S. Secretary of State and retired four-star general

  • 1,154PODCASTS
  • 1,455EPISODES
  • 44mAVG DURATION
  • 9DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • Nov 23, 2021LATEST
Colin Powell

POPULARITY

20112012201320142015201620172018201920202021


Best podcasts about Colin Powell

Latest podcast episodes about Colin Powell

De Colores Radio
Ep. 87 - The Dorothy's of Oak Cliff

De Colores Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 87:43


We've made it to episode 87 and we're feeling it! Last episode before a little refresher. De Colores Radio welcomes Dallas Filmmaker Rodger aka Hollywoodruff to the show for El Jugito this week. Topics include: Dave Chappelle Netflix, Colin Powell, the Dallas Cowboys and Hottie Sauce. Eva is then joined by thee one and only Dallas artist and icon, Jessi Supreme as they share their love for Oak Cliff and more of her journey to glory. It's a good time, enjoy! Follow us: @decoloresco Find exclusive Video BTS available at: Patreon.com/decoloresco

Across The Tracks
Turkey's And The Eagle

Across The Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 67:47


After several weeks away, Wayne and Steve return to discuss the Rittenhouse verdict, the Astroworld concert tragedy, US House Representative Paul Gosar's attack on another member of Congress, the death of rapper Young Dolph, the Ahmad Arbrey trial and the passing of Colin Powell.

The Chop Up Show
Ep. 92 RIP Colin Powell, Where's Kamala?

The Chop Up Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 61:00


Full Episode from 10/18- The crew discusses the life, legacy, and death of Former Secretary of State Colin Powell. They also discuss the ever-present absence of VP Kamala Harris.

Optimistically Overwhelmed
104: What Kind of "Influencer" Are You?

Optimistically Overwhelmed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 34:03


DeDe & Chelsea could not be more thrilled to be back with the “tribe” this week on a brand new episode!   DeDe's “beauty” focuses on real-life connection, and asks us all “what kind of ‘influencer' are you?”  And what are you letting influence you?  DeDe reflects back on the last few weeks and gives wonderful examples of how she was “influenced” by real experiences and real people.   Chelsea shares what she's learned recently about “emotional intelligence” and about a few characteristics found in emotionally intelligent people.  She breaks down one characteristic in particular … the ability to fail (or FALL!) and try again.   *Don't forget - we'd LOVE to hear from you!  You can email us at optimisticallyoverwhelmed@gmail.com   Episode Links: - “Why emotionally intelligent people still follow Colin Powell's 13 Rules for Leaders” by Bill Murphy Jr. - Post about “failing” by Simon Sinek   ALSO - check out the *Major* Beauty Counter deal this month with code CLEANFORALL20. DeDe's link Chelsea's link 

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
Oncology, Etc. - On Leadership and Pearls of Life with Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann (Part 2)

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 20:10


In the second part of this Oncology, Etc. episode Drs. Patrick Loehrer (Indiana University) and David Johnson (University of Texas) continue their conversation with Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann, exploring the prominent leadership roles she held, from first female Chancellor at UCSF to CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and member of Facebook's Board of Directors. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts | Additional resources: education.asco.org | Contact Us Air Date: 11/18/21   TRANSCRIPT SPEAKER 1: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. This is not a substitute for medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. PAT LOEHRER: Hi, Everybody. I'm Pat Loehrer. I'm director of the Centers of Global Health at Indiana University, Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center. DAVE JOHNSON: And I'm Dave Johnson. I'm Professor of Medicine here at UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas. So Pat, we're back for another episode of the award winning "Oncology Et Cetera." PAT LOEHRER: Just seems like last month we were here time, you know? Time just flies. DAVE JOHNSON: Exactly. Before we get started, you were telling me about an interesting book you were reading-- something about friends or something. Can you elaborate? PAT LOEHRER: Sure, sure, yeah. This book I picked up-- actually, my wife picked it up. It's called First Friends. It's written by Gary Ginsburg. It's a really interesting book. It was-- basically talks about-- it probably has about eight or nine presidents but the importance of having a friend that guides him. And these were people that were, in many ways, unelected people that were close to the presidents that helped change the face of what we see today, and some of them are stories of really good friends and some of them are, I think, opportunistic friends. But it gives you a background of people like Madison and Lincoln and Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. It's actually a fun read. DAVE JOHNSON: I'll definitely put it on my reading list. It sounds like a pretty exciting one. Well, speaking of influential people, we're really excited to jump back into our interview with Dr. Helman. In our last episode, we covered her early life and career, her work in Uganda, her views on global oncology, and her experiences in private practice and industry. In the next half of our interview, we'll learn more about her incredible career and her multiple leadership roles. Let's start by hearing about her time as chancellor of UCSF. PAT LOEHRER: Let me transition a little bit. What I'd like to do is talk a little bit about your leadership. One Of the next big roles you had, you became chancellor at UCSF, correct? SPEAKER 2: Mm-hm. PAT LOEHRER: And so as Dave said, I think you were the first woman in that role. SPEAKER 2: I was. PAT LOEHRER: You were a groundbreaker from that capacity. So now instead of working for people-- obviously, I understand that there's people you work for when you're chancellor too, but tell a little bit about that transition from industry back into academics and how that felt in the role of being a leader and then maybe the responsibility of being the first female chancellor. SPEAKER 2: There were parts of being the chancellor at UCSF, I would say most parts of it, that I just thought were fantastic. I loved being back at a hospital and clinics. Just the way the hospital and clinical enterprise at UCSF works, the chancellor is the board. And so once a month, you'd have neurology or cardiology come and tell you about what had happened, quality control, things that had gone on and I would have done that all day long. I mean, it was just so interesting. It was so important to run a great clinical enterprise that getting back closer to patients and medicine I thought was fantastic. The other thing was the educational enterprise, and UCSF, as you know, has medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, nursing. I always tell people, no undergraduates, no English majors, no marching band. And the other chancellors reminded me, no athletic director, which apparently is a very good thing. So UCSF is a very special and unusual place. And I loved the science. I would show up at research seminars and things like that as often as I could. So there were so many parts of being at UCSF that I thought were just off the charts great. The hardest thing about being at UCSF-- being the first female chancellor, I think, was challenging but not in ways that you might expect. I was used to being a woman leader in medicine and biotech, which was unusual. So being the only woman in the room, being the first, wasn't new to me. But the thing that was hard on our family was there are roles for the spouse of the chancellor that fit more neatly into more of a classic female role, hosting things. There was a tea party for the wives of the faculty that the wife of the chancellor typically had. And for some reason, Nick didn't think that that suited him. We sort of laughed about that. DAVE JOHNSON: He can't make tea? SPEAKER 2: He can't make tea to save his life. And he's a strong introvert, which made it worse. I will tell you, some of the under-recognized, underreported people in life are spouses of chancellors and presidents of universities. And talk about unpaid labor-- my goodness! And so we sort of struggled with how did Nick show up, what did that look like. Because we didn't have any role models for what that looked like. I still laugh that Bill Clinton said he would be First Laddie. So when you have a pattern recognition, life is easier. And then being one of 10 chancellors at the UC system, I struggled a little bit with the UC Regents just because it felt-- I became chancellor in 2009, and we had some fiscal realities that we were dealing with. And the pace of the UC Regents and the format of the UC Regents, I actually made a proposal for UCSF to kind of break off from the other 9. And that was not well-received, got me in the newspaper. And I did not do that again. People saw it as disloyal and not very smart. But all in all, I thought then and think now that our public universities are absolutely-- they're treasures in America. And I was really proud to be a part of it and hope that I had made a contribution. DAVE JOHNSON: Speaking of leadership, what was it like to be CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation? What caused you to step away from chancellor to philanthropy? PAT LOEHRER: It's not a step down. It's not a step down, basically. DAVE JOHNSON: It is not a step down. SPEAKER 2: So I would say a couple of things. First of all, Bill and Melinda pushed me hard to take the job. I was not looking to change. My husband worked at the Gates Foundation for a couple of years on HIV. So they knew us, and they knew Nick better than me. But they knew both of us. We awarded Melinda the University medal at UCSF. And to my great surprise and happiness, she accepted and came. I later think that she was using that as a reason to talk to me about the CEO job, but she got a twofer. And I was really compelled by the mission. Who wouldn't be? I was really compelled by the mission and the chance to get back into global health after the experience I had had in Uganda. But I'll tell you, it is the ambition of the Gate Foundation, the scope of the Gates Foundation, the resources, and the need to get something done. I tell you, it is hard work. It is really hard work-- from China to India to all of the continent of Africa and then US education. Throw that in on top of things. So I was thrilled to be a part of driving the agenda and the mission. Some really talented people who are working very hard at the Gates Foundation-- I was surprised, especially on US education, with the amount of pushback. And I worked really hard to be successful at working with Bill, who's known as a tough character and lived up to that mutation. DAVE JOHNSON: Good to know, just in case he calls Pat or me. PAT LOEHRER: Yeah, yeah, I'm not going to get a medal at UCSF either. So that's a-- DAVE JOHNSON: You never know, Pat. PAT LOEHRER: It's a non-starter. And this may not apply to you, but there's a lot of maybe disproportionate number of women who feel they suffer from this imposter syndrome. To be honest, Dave and I have talked about that. We both feel in that syndrome too. But along the way, I mean, if you think about growing up in Reno, Nevada, and suddenly now being a chancellor and head of the Gates Foundation, the National Academy of Science, was there ever this sense of the, wait a minute, you know, what's going on? Is this real? SPEAKER 2: For me, there has always been that sense. There has always been that sense, and I look at it as I hope there always will be that sense-- that the kind of need to demonstrate your value. And there's a part of the imposter syndrome that is humility and not overestimating what you can do. And so on my best days, I think that leads me to say I've got to work with really terrific people. My job is to bring out the best in others. If I lead, it's because there's a great thing we're going to accomplish, and I can help people see where we're going together. And so I definitely have had imposter syndrome. But the one thing that I probably overused and kind of grew to like too much was the thing of people underestimating me and then proving them wrong. That gets a little wearying after a while. It's like, OK, we're going to waste some time while you decide whether I'm worthy or whether I can do this. And let's not waste that time. Why don't you assign to me-- give me some confidence, and I'll live up to that. And I mentioned Art Levinson was my boss for most of the time I was at Genentech. And he had no time for imposter syndrome. He was like, look, how many promotions do you have to get before you think, OK, I can get this done? He thought that was sort of-- he just didn't have time for it. We have things to do, and he had jobs to get done. And one of the things I loved about him is he would constantly push me to say, you're capable of more than you think you are, which I think is the sign of a fantastic manager, which he was and is. And so I've tried to push myself to do that. And the thing is, like, you can do this. Come to me for help. We'll make sure you succeed, but don't underestimate yourself. And I think that's a consequence of imposter syndrome is both wasting time proving yourself and not taking on something that you think, actually, let me give that a try and stack the deck in favor of succeeding. And so I think that's the thing that-- there's a certain fierceness that I've always had that I like about myself that, like, of course we will succeed. Failure is not an option. Of course we will succeed. And I think that comes from working on things that I value a lot and care about a lot. PAT LOEHRER: You have been on a number of different boards, including Pfizer as well as Facebook. And in that capacity, you've seen a lot of leaders. Can you talk a little bit about the strengths and the weakness of various leaders as well as serving on the boards and the capacities of the different companies? SPEAKER 2: Yeah, well, first, let me say I know ASCO is actually a really good about being careful about conflicts of interest and things like that, and I am too. So when I became chancellor at UCSF and then CEO at the Gates Foundation, I avoided being on life sciences boards. And so I got asked a lot by Biotech and pharma boards to be on their boards. Initially, I joined Procter Gamble's board, where I served for, I think, about six years. And then I joined Facebook's board. And those were both fantastic experiences. And I actually joined the boards for two very different reasons. One, P&G's board, I wanted to learn about branding and consumers. And I felt like in medicine, I didn't really learn about consumers or branding as much as I needed to or might. And then Facebook's board I joined because as Dave mentioned, I was with Charles Sawyers. We wrote the precision medicine report for the National Academy. And I really love-- to this day, I love the concept of using the social network to connect people. There was sort of an infamous story or famous story-- it's actually a good story-- of patients with a certain form of myeloma who found each other on Facebook and went to Genentech and said, make a new medicine for those of us with this genetic abnormality. And we'll all enroll in a trial. And so these connections to me felt really powerful on precision medicine. And so getting to work with CEOs at Procter and Gamble, the CEO Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook, I do see the really different attributes of leaders. But when you're a board member, you see those attributes of leaders with a very different lens. What's the return to shareholders? How does the community think about them? What's the impact-- and increasingly for Facebook, what's the impact on the world? What's the impact on our social discourse and our ability to have a free and fair election? A lot of those things became much more operative on the Facebook board while I was on the board and really tough social issues that continue to this day. DAVE JOHNSON: Yeah, so we could go on for another hour, hour and a half, but I have one question to ask you which may seem a little bit silly in retrospect. But if you could look back on your youthful self at 21 or 22 knowing what you know now, with all the things that you've done during the course of your career, what advice would you give yourself? And perhaps I'll addend that by saying what advice would you give particularly to young women in the medical profession who are trying to balance that work-life balance that everyone talks about and worries about and struggles with, quite frankly. SPEAKER 2: I'll give you one thing I should have done better and one thing that I think I did well. So the advice on the one thing I should have done better, I think slow down a little bit and take a bit more time for fun and enjoyment. I was extremely worried about money when I was in college, and being number two of seven-- every summer, I worked. I remember at one point in medical school, I had three weeks off, and I got a job for those three weeks at a deli making sandwiches. And I went to college for three years, crammed it into three years so I wouldn't have to pay for the fourth year. So I just think that I could have taken on more loans. I could have done some things to just dial it down a bit because you don't get those years back. And that's such a great time of your life when you're 21, 22, something like that. So I wish I'd have just slowed down a bit and not been so driven for those seven years of university and medical school that I really just either worked or studied all the time. The thing that I feel like I did well, and I would say this to anybody who's going into medicine, is there's so many opportunities. There's so many wonderful things to do. But whoever your spouse is, whoever your partner in life is, take the time and energy to make sure that's the right person for you. I feel so blessed. Actually, my husband, who I've mentioned several times in this discussion, Nick, was my roommate in San Francisco when I was an intern, like real roommate. And we've been roommates ever since. And we're very compatible. He's one of seven kids too. It's another Catholic school kid. And we just have fun together and support each other. And there's no way I could have taken these crazy jobs or done the kinds of things I've done without Nick. So having a wonderful, supportive partner makes everything better. DAVE JOHNSON: That definitely resonates with Pat and me. We're both very blessed to have wives and spouses of, for me, it's 52 years. I can't remember, Pat. Yours is close. PAT LOEHRER: I had my first date with my wife 50 years ago, yeah. DAVE JOHNSON: Yeah. SPEAKER 2: OK, so you guys know what I'm talking about. PAT LOEHRER: Absolutely. DAVE JOHNSON: Yeah. PAT LOEHRER: Yeah. DAVE JOHNSON: Go ahead, Pat. PAT LOEHRER: I was going to ask a question that you probably may have already answered there, but Bob Woodward just came out of an interview with Colin Powell. One of the last questions he asked him was if he could reflect on that one person that was a moral compass for him. And so for you, that one person, alive or dead, that has been not the most powerful person you've met but the one that's really influenced you the most in terms of giving you direction, who would that be for you? SPEAKER 2: Probably, if I look at through line the entire time I've been alive, it would be my dad. He had the ability to look at a room and find the person who was struggling and go over to them. And I really loved that about my dad. PAT LOEHRER: I love it. DAVE JOHNSON: One last question. So we're at the top of the hour, and I know you're a very busy person. Pat and I love to read, but we're also documentary fiends and whatnot. We're interested. What have you read recently that really resonated with you? Do you have a recommendation for us? SPEAKER 2: I will say during the pandemic, I've gotten back into reading biographies, which I love. DAVE JOHNSON: Yeah. SPEAKER 2: So I did the Caro, Lyndon Baines Johnson, which, Master of the Senate is really good. But my favorite book of the last two years is The Code Breaker, Walter Isaacson's book about Jennifer Doudna. DAVE JOHNSON: Yeah. SPEAKER 2: One of the things I love about Walter Isaacson is he teaches you science through his biographies. Like, I think I understand relativity based on his Einstein biography, which is great. But The Code Breaker is really super good. DAVE JOHNSON: Yeah, we both read it. We couldn't agree with you more. PAT LOEHRER: Love it. Love it. DAVE JOHNSON: So Sue, again, it's been a real honor to have you as our guest, and we really appreciate the time you've taken. Thank you so much, and we hope you enjoy the beautiful weather in Alamo California, and I hope it does turn green and the rain continues for you. SPEAKER 2: Thank you so much. It's been my pleasure. Thank you both. DAVE JOHNSON: Take care. SPEAKER 2: Bye. DAVE JOHNSON: I want to take the moment to thank our listeners for tuning in to "Oncology Et Cetera," an ASCO educational podcast where Pat and I really will talk about anything and everything. So if you have an idea or a topic you'd like to share with us and like for us to pursue, please email us at education@asco.org. Thanks again, and keep in mind that Pat is a giant in oncology, but he's a short instructor. Thanks, everybody. SPEAKER 1: Thank you for listening to this week's-- to make us part of your weekly routine, click Subscribe. Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the comprehensive e-learning center at elearning.asco.org.

Channel 33
Jeffrey Wright on ‘The French Dispatch,' Tweeting the News, and Playing Colin Powell

Channel 33

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 38:13


Bryan is joined by actor Jeffrey Wright to discuss his role as journalist Roebuck Wright in ‘The French Dispatch.' They touch on the details within a Wes Anderson script, finding inspiration in the late James Baldwin, the use of Twitter, and more! Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Jeffrey Wright Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA
Interview with Bill Cates, Founder of The Cates Academy for Relationship Marketing™ & Author of “Radical Relevance”

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 24:00


For over 25 years, Bill has helped financial professionals move from incremental growth to exponential growth by communicating more compelling value and multiplying their best clients.Thousands of financial advisors are using Bill's Relationship Marketing System™ to enhance client engagement, create more effective personal introductions, and communicate more relevant and compelling value.Before starting his current business, Bill built and sold two successful book publishing companies. Bill is also the founding member and leader of the Million Dollar Speakers Group. In 2010, Bill was inducted into the prestigious Professional Speakers Hall of Fame (with such members as Ronald Reagan and Colin Powell).A highly sought-after international speaker, Bill Cates has spoken for the Million Dollar Round Table six times, including the main platform in the United States, Korea, Malaysia, Australia, and India.Bill is currently coaching some of our industries highest performing advisors. Bill helped one of his clients go from $300M in AUM to over $1B in AUM in 7 years.Bill is also somewhat of an adventurer. He has trekked through the Himalayas of Nepal and the Andes of Peru. He has lived on a houseboat in Kashmir, India, climbed Machu Pichu, reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, camped in Arctic Circle… and Bill has toured the country as the drummer in a rock and roll band.Learn More:https://referralcoach.com/https://referralcoach.com/top-advisor-podcast-bill-cates/https:/www.RadicalRelevanceBook.comInfluential Influencers with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-bill-cates-founder-of-the-cates-academy-for-relationship-marketing-author-of-radical-relevance

Business Innovators Radio
Interview with Bill Cates, Founder of The Cates Academy for Relationship Marketing™ & Author of “Radical Relevance”

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 24:00


For over 25 years, Bill has helped financial professionals move from incremental growth to exponential growth by communicating more compelling value and multiplying their best clients.Thousands of financial advisors are using Bill's Relationship Marketing System™ to enhance client engagement, create more effective personal introductions, and communicate more relevant and compelling value.Before starting his current business, Bill built and sold two successful book publishing companies. Bill is also the founding member and leader of the Million Dollar Speakers Group. In 2010, Bill was inducted into the prestigious Professional Speakers Hall of Fame (with such members as Ronald Reagan and Colin Powell).A highly sought-after international speaker, Bill Cates has spoken for the Million Dollar Round Table six times, including the main platform in the United States, Korea, Malaysia, Australia, and India.Bill is currently coaching some of our industries highest performing advisors. Bill helped one of his clients go from $300M in AUM to over $1B in AUM in 7 years.Bill is also somewhat of an adventurer. He has trekked through the Himalayas of Nepal and the Andes of Peru. He has lived on a houseboat in Kashmir, India, climbed Machu Pichu, reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, camped in Arctic Circle… and Bill has toured the country as the drummer in a rock and roll band.Learn More:https://referralcoach.com/https://referralcoach.com/top-advisor-podcast-bill-cates/https:/www.RadicalRelevanceBook.comInfluential Influencers with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-bill-cates-founder-of-the-cates-academy-for-relationship-marketing-author-of-radical-relevance

Haulin Assets
#89. Hiring a Truck Driver: the Mechanics

Haulin Assets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 52:55


Good truck drivers are THE key ingredient to a successful trucking company. If you haven't hired a truck driver, or if your process for hiring and onboarding drivers could use some help, this episode is a must listen. In the intro to the episode I speak about Colin Powell's 13 rules that you can learn all about in his book, "It Worked For Me", you should check it out. What To Expect From Episode 89 We have talked about our hiring philosophy and what we look for in a driver. In this episode we take a very deep dive into hiring drivers and cover many of the mechanics of the hiring process. We will go over the steps we take, the paperwork we collect, how we screen drivers, what we do to onboard them and how we try to make them a part of our team. Check out the full show notes here.

Now I've Heard Everything
Colin Powell

Now I've Heard Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 23:04


The United States marks Veterans Day tomorrow. And very recently, we lost one of the most revered veterans of modern times. The son of Jamaican immigrants, Colin Powell was a lifelong soldier. He joined the ROTC while in college in the 1950s, then served two tours of Duty in Vietnam in the 1960s. In 1979 he was promoted to Brigadier General, and by 1989, he was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. When George W Bush was elected in 2000, he named Powell his Secretary of State. a post Powell held for Mr. Bush's first term. I met Colin Powell in 1996, when he was promoting his autobiography, a book called My American Journey.

Too Many Lawyers
93 - Is the High Court About to Say, "You Don't Need No Stinking Concealed Weapon Permit"?

Too Many Lawyers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 50:24


The Supreme Court may be on the brink of ruling that the Second Amendment not only protects the right to have a gun at home, it lets you carry concealed weapons in public! We seize on Donald Trump's reaction to Colin Powell's death to put the ex-president on the couch – and we have a formal psychiatric diagnosis!  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Vell's World Podcast
Dating vs Going Out

Vell's World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 23:48


This episode talks about Vell's experience on getting used for sex. The Good Read for this episode is Single, Dating, Engaged, Married: Navigating Life and Love in the Modern Age by Ben Stuart. God has given us a specific, compelling reason for each of the four seasons of relationships: singleness, dating, engagement, and marriage. This book unlocks each season's God-given purpose and shows you how to thrive within it. In a society where everyone is supposedly more connected, why do people feel so lonely? Even as marriage rates decline, recent studies find the overwhelming majority of single adults still hope to get married. But how can we navigate life and love in this disconnected culture? Has social media eroded the institutions that brought us together—and the deeper emotional intimacy they provided? What's Popping in Vell's World consist of Megan Thee Stallion's Graduation Photos, recent Washington DC Trip, RIP. General Colin Powell first Black Secretary of State, and more. Follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @VellsWorldPodcast Email vellsworldpodcast@ldmonger.com with any comments, questions, or concerns you would like mentioned in our upcoming episodes. To sponsor an episode send us an email. Don't forget to subscribe, tell a friend, and follow on all social media platforms. You can leave a voice message and become a monetary supporter for as little as .99 cent on the anchor.fm. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vellsworldpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vellsworldpodcast/support

Tom Nikkola Audio Articles
Informed consent or ignorant compliance? Does the truth matter anymore?

Tom Nikkola Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 19:13


According to the President, every American human being must become a guinea pig for one of the Big Pharma vaccine manufacturers, or suffer severe consequences. I'm certain that if he had his way, life would look a lot like it does in Australia. Maybe President Biden believes his title of Commander In Chief means that he can command every citizen to do whatever he feels like, whether it makes sense or not. Sort of like a king, which is what our Founding Fathers fought hard to prevent. At this point, there's only two reasons you could support mandatory vaccination of all Americans: Ignorance: You've chosen to ignore the facts and science surrounding COVID-19 and the vaccinesMoney: You benefit financially from the successful sale of these vaccines I almost added fear as an additional reason, but the reality is, you'd only live in fear because you're ignorant about the facts and science. Charles Spurgeon once said, A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting not its shoes.Charles Spurgeon In today's digital age, this has never been more true. The majority of today's left-wing ideological agendas are based up on one lie after another. It's as tough they're following the teachings of Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels. Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth.Joseph Goebbels For example, Joe Biden told Americans that if they got the vaccine, they wouldn't get COVID. His statement starts off the extremely popular track, Let's Go Brandon by Bryson Gray, Tyson James, and Chandler Crump. About a week later, Colin Powell passed away from complications with COVID. He was double-vaccinated. As I was working on the draft of this blog post, the Children's Health Defense broke the news that California Governor Gavin Newsom developed Guillian-Barré Syndrome following his booster shot. This is yet to be confirmed, but the public hadn't seen him in 11 days at that point. If it's true, there's no doubt that numerous doctors attempted to fix and hide his condition before the public could become aware of it. We've repeatedly been told the vaccines are safe. They're not. Adverse events are a significant issue and the public simply isn't informed. Are there scenarios where the vaccine could make sense? Perhaps. But no matter your age, you have to consider what could happen if you succumb to side effects. And adults need to get their heads out of the sand when it comes to vaccinating kids. There's no logical reason to do so, even if Big Bird says otherwise. For those who've been following "the science" throughout the COVID Circus, Newsome's GBS isn't a surprise. But I do hope that more of the ignorant, "pro-vaccine, anti-science" crowd begin asking some questions based on Newsom's condition. Here are some important points to consider as #46, Mainstream Media, and most celebrities pressure Americans to obey the Commander In Chief. Adverse events are much more common than the media or the President admit. The COVID-19 vaccines have caused more recorded adverse events than all other vaccines combined up to this point. At the time of this writing, a total of 856,919 adverse events have been reported. As a general rule of thumb, only about 1-10% people who experience adverse events report them. Do the math on that one! Almost 20,000 people have died. The most recent deaths include a 12-year-old girl from South Carolina (VAERS I.D. 1784945) who hemorrhaged 22 days after receiving Pfizer's COVID vaccine, a 13-year-old girl from Maryland (VAERS I.D. 1815096) who died 15 days after receiving her first dose of Pfizer's COVID vaccine from a heart condition and a 17-year-old female from Texas (VAERS I.D. 1815295) who experienced an acute hyperglycemic crisis 33 days after being vaccinated.Another recent death involves a 12-year-old girl (VAERS I.D. 1784945) who died from a respiratory tract hemorrhage 22 days after receiving her first dose of Pfizer's vacc...

Tertulia de Guias Podcast
S2-066 Las 13 Reglas de Liderazgo del Gen. Colin Powell

Tertulia de Guias Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 37:10


En este episodio repasamos aquellas 13 Reglas del General Colin Powell con las que se manejó como soldado durante sus años de servicio en las Fuerzas Armadas de Los Estados Unidos de América y como diplomático.Tertulia de Guias Podcast. Recuerda seguirnos en:Tertulia de Guias Podcast Plataformashttps://linktr.ee/IrresponsePreguntas & Sugerencias de Temashttps://redcon1leadership.com/contact/Página web redcon1leadershiphttps://redcon1leadership.com/tertulia-deguias/Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/tertulia-de-guias-podcastFacebookTertulia de Guias PodcastTwitterhttps://twitter.com/GuiasPodcastOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes1529025205/tertulia-de-guias-podcastStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/show/tertulia-de-guias-podcastBuzzsprout Directoryhttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1304869

Richest Men in Town
Episode #79: "Taking a Breath"

Richest Men in Town

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 25:19


In This Episode:Tyler and Mike sit back and catch up with each other to make meaning and capture the lessons that they have collected from their most recent episodes. The guys reflect on the opportunities that each guest presents...opportunities to take inventory and to recommit personal efforts to strive. Show NotesWho Said It..."Above all, never lose faith in America. Its faults are yours to fix, not to curse. America is a family: There may be differences and disputes within the family, but we must not allow the family to be broken into warring factions. From the diversity of our people, let us draw strength and not seek weakness." -Colin Powell, 1994 Howard University Commencement SpeechReferences...Extreme Ownership by Jocko WillinkJim Valvano "Never Give Up" speechEpisode #72-Sam Borquez: "Think It Through"Episode #73: Derick Anderson-“A New Shot at Being the Best Me”Episode #74: Mark Mendenhall-“I Love My Outcome”Episode #75: Kory Anglesey-“Bootcamp Mentality”Episode #76: Wade Snarr-“Get Back on the Road”Episode #77: Jim Morrison-“This Moment Is All That Really Matters”Episode #78: Julie Gebhardt-“Find My Happy Again”HooptieEpisode #55: “A Million Boxes”Operation Troop SupportPsst...Check out our website or visit us on our Facebook and Instagram platforms.Mike and Tyler are both members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  If you would like to learn more about the Church or their beliefs, we invite you to check it out by clicking here.

2020Talks
2021Talks - November 8, 2021

2020Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 3:01


President Biden praises House passage of his first Infrastructure Bill; Steele Dossier analyst Igor Danchenko is arrested; leaders remember Colin Powell; and an appeals court temporarily halts vaccine mandate.

Weekend Roundup
Weekend Roundup 11/05

Weekend Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 39:59


On the CBS News "Weekend Roundup" with host Allison Keyes; Huge new developments in the battle against COVID-19. Pfizer announces an experimental antiviral pill that cuts rates of hospitalization and deaths by nearly 90 percent. CBS's Elaine Cobbe and Dr. David Agus have the latest.The CDC has given a thumbs up to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids between the ages of 5 and 11. Pediatric expert Dr. Vikas Dharnidharka at Washington University joins Allison with what this means for families. President Biden addressed the nation Saturday morning after the Democratic-led US House passed his $1 trillion infrastructure package. He calls it a monumental step forward, and says it is a once-in-a-generation investment that will create millions of jobs. CBS's Nikole Killion reports on what this means. Allison takes us to the funeral for the late General Colin Powell. In this week's Kaleidoscope, Allison looks at reports of families in Afghanistan being forced to sell their daughters -- or body parts -- in order to afford food. This comes amid the ongoing fallout from the Taliban takeover and U-S withdrawal. We hear from Kevin Schumacher, deputy executive director of the non-profit Women for Afghan Women. Finally, a positive story about climate change and the best known butterfly in North America. Reporter Devin Fehely has the story. This and much more on this week's CBS News Weekend Roundup.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

World News Tonight with David Muir
Full Episode: Friday, November 5, 2021

World News Tonight with David Muir

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 24:16


The push for a potential vote tonight in the House on the bipartisan infrastructure bill that would create hundreds of thousands of jobs and improve roads and broadband internet nationwide. Pfizer announcing a pill that cuts down the risk of hospitalization or death from COVID. Former presidents from both parties remember and honor the life of General Colin Powell. The emotional details described by prosecutors in the Ahmad Arbery murder trial. NFL star Aaron Rodgers breaks his silence after testing positive for COVID earlier in the week. And the skydiving plane seen stalling in midair.

PBS NewsHour - Shields and Brooks
Capehart and Abernathy on Virginia elections, Build Back Better plan, Colin Powell

PBS NewsHour - Shields and Brooks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 13:25


Washington Post columnists Jonathan Capehart and Gary Abernathy join Judy Woodruff to discuss Tuesday's surprising election results, the fate of the infrastructure and Build Back Better bill, and reflect on the life and legacy of Colin Powell. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Capehart and Abernathy on Virginia elections, Build Back Better plan, Colin Powell

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 13:25


Washington Post columnists Jonathan Capehart and Gary Abernathy join Judy Woodruff to discuss Tuesday's surprising election results, the fate of the infrastructure and Build Back Better bill, and reflect on the life and legacy of Colin Powell. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Remembering 'warrior statesman' Colin Powell

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 2:46


Friday at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., family, friends and colleagues of the late Secretary of State Colin Powell gathered to memorialize him. Presidents Biden, Obama and Bush and another secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, were among the guests. His loved ones reflected on who he was as a statesman, friend and father. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

AP Audio Stories
Colin Powell remembered as a model for future generations

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 1:37


Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 6:52


Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Funeral of Colin Powell Part II

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 11:11


Boyd takes a look at some of the most memorable moments from Colin Powell's funeral today at the Washington National Cathedral and what they have to say about the essence of who he was as a person.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
The Funeral of Colin Powell

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 6:24


The funeral service for former secretary of state Colin Powell was held in the the Washington National Cathedral today. President Biden, former presidents Obama and Bush, and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton were all in attendance. Boyd revisits his conversation with former ambassador Jon Huntsman Jr. about his friendship with Colin Powell.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

3News Now with Stephanie Haney
Why Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski is ‘disappointed' over release of Odell Beckham Jr.

3News Now with Stephanie Haney

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 12:54


Friday, November 5, 2021: Why Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski says he is ‘disappointed' over release of Odell Beckham Jr., how the Browns will need to move forward, details of President Joe Biden's new COVID-19 vaccine mandate, Cleveland Guardians cancel the 2022 Fan Fest, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Need a break from bad news? Watch It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney, every Wednesday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2sFWyJYa3c Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: Cleveland Browns release Odell Beckham Jr. https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/cleveland-browns-release-odell-beckham-jr/95-6822d209-ea75-4474-b82f-caa1cc746d23 Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski calls Odell Beckham Jr.'s exit 'disappointing' https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/kevin-stefanski-odell-beckham-jr-browns-disappointing/95-334830ee-45da-47de-b26c-6d830fca9109 Cleveland Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr.'s dad posts video of Baker Mayfield missing throws https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/odell-beckham-sr-instagram-baker-mayfield-post/95-773fced5-589b-4402-a155-11523311b0ff How will the Cleveland Browns replace Odell Beckham Jr.? https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/how-will-browns-replace-odell-beckham-jr/95-582226a2-77c0-45fe-8928-94b575913f03 54-count indictment announced in Lorain County human trafficking case https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/lorain-county-human-trafficking-case-prosecutor-jd-tomlinson/95-86bd1044-d3e1-480e-9428-e70b6395e9a7 Colin Powell's family, friends gather to pay tribute https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/colin-powell-funeral-service/507-e42d87ae-102e-40f7-80af-e648e67dea19 New vaccine mandate: When it takes effect, what are the rules, exemptions https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/vaccine/explaining-vaccine-mandate/507-ac03d8f4-7c52-45c0-80cc-2de418031486 Cleveland Guardians cancel 2022 in-person Fan Fest https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/mlb/cleveland-guardians/cleveland-guardians-cancel-fan-fest-2022/95-219b325e-7404-4719-a989-426d5d443c1b Target, Walmart among stores to be closed Thanksgiving Day: See the list https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/holidays/target-walmart-closed-on-thanksgiving/51-0f596c93-8881-434f-8f17-870e96c05e7a Why are gas prices rising when they usually drop this time of year? https://www.wkyc.com/article/money/consumer/why-are-gas-prices-rising-when-they-usually-drop-around-winter/285-ef4e1651-8a9c-46c2-ba1b-cfd5bc02bdae 'Bruce Springsteen: Live In The Heartland' book signing event coming to Akron https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/bruce-springsteen-live-in-the-heartland-book-signing-akron-ohio/95-9a4a2423-aedd-4a34-b248-e74ecef9fc1f

AP Audio Stories
Son and colleagues to eulogize soldier-diplomat Colin Powell

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 1:33


The Tommy Show
Captain White's Seafood Sets Sail, Pickleball Craze Is Happening in DC, Washington, Spirit Gets A New Owner

The Tommy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 23:10


Colin Powell's funeral is today at the National Cathedral; his son Michael and Madeline Albright are expected to speak, Presidents Biden and Bush also expected to attend. Big changes at the Wharf after Captain White's Seafood Market pulls out their barges after a dispute over rent with the developer and the city. Speculation over who will replace FP in the booth to cover Nationals games for MASN- making the list are past players such as Zimmerman, Jayson Werth and pitcher Drew Storen. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the country and DC Parks and Rec has noticed, there are currently 34 outdoor pickleball courts in DC, with plans to have courts in all 8 Wards by 2022. Billionaire Todd Boehly, part-owner of Lakers, Dodgers in talks to buy women's soccer team the Washington Spirit, Boehly is originally from DC. This weekend is the wrap up of Southern Maryland Vegan restaurant week. Tommy talks with their founder Alissa Kircher from the Ruddy Duck in Solomon's. Links: Captain White's Seafood Market Leave the Wharf: Captain White's Seafood Market Leaving the Wharf Pickleball Courts Come to DC: Pickleball Courts Come to DC WJFK Speculates Who Will Replace FP Santangelo: Who Will Replace FP Santangelo? Washington Post Reports Todd Booehly to buy the Washington Spirit: a href=”https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2021/10/29/todd-boehly-nwsl-washington-spirit/”>Todd Booehly to but the Washington Spirit Southern Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week: Southern MD Vegan Restaurant Week From Real.Fun.DC. “The Tommy and Kelly Show” is produced in Washington, DC providing news, culture, playful conversation, positive energy, and a dose of morning fun any time. Download the Real.Fun.DC. APP to check out our wide array of programming app.RealFunDC.com Follow Kelly Collis Twitter: @CityShopGirl Instagram: @CityShopGirl LinkedIN: Kelly Collis Follow Tommy McFLY Twitter: @TommyMcFLY Instagram: @MrTommyMcFLY LinkedIN: Tommy McFLY

What a Hell of a Way to Die
DadChat: Culinary Edition

What a Hell of a Way to Die

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 63:41


This is a full episode of DadChat, so if you don't enjoy them then it's probably better to skip it! Nate and Francis go full dad mode and discuss cooking, their least favorite chores, the benefits of pressure cooking for home canning, favorite winter all-day recipes, and a story about Nate finding a cast iron pan on the street and it somehow leading to an unexpected magical night in DC. Hope you enjoy! For this week's bonus, Nate and Cynthia discuss the impact of watching famous Black role models of the 1980s--people like Colin Powell, Bill Cosby, and Ben Carson--and what Black Americans of the same age as people like Cynthia feel now that their legacies are, to put it mildly, 'complicated.' Get it on Patreon here: www.patreon.com/posts/57846832 *SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* We now have a storefront to sell the patches, buttons, and magnets that we also give out as flair for our $10 tier. Buy some sweet gear here: www.hellofawaytodie.com/shop We have a YouTube channel now -- subscribe here and get sweet videos from us in which we yell in our cars like true veterans: www.youtube.com/channel/UCwlHZpNTz-h6aTeQiJrEDKw You can follow the show on Twitter here: @HellOfAWay Follow Nate here: @inthesedeserts Follow Francis here: @ArmyStrang

Washed Gods
Episode 83| Oatmeal Cream Pies

Washed Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 53:49


Washed Gods. Washed. Never Washed Up. Welcome back gods & goddesses. This week we bring you episode 83. We're back in a groove again. And it feels good. Sean has been rediscovering his youth through concerts & conflict. Draft has been on his existential soap box and has discovered what his threshold on “discovery” is. Taji… had a week. This week was wild in general. Alec Baldwin caught a body on the set of the movie Rust. Director of Photography Halyna Hutchins was killed in the tragic accident. Another person on set was injured. The subject became a discussion about unions & Hollywood families. Colin Powell died. We didn't do or say much in regards to our sentiments on his passing. Take that how you will. In another turn of unfortunate events, rappers Oschino & Freeway lost sons this past week in Philadelphia. We expressed our sympathy. Last but not least, we remember Black Lives Matter, right? No? They raised a bunch of money for families who lost loved ones to gun violence and liberated African Americans from the oppression of the militarized police force. Only part of this explanation is factual. Money was raised. But we ain't heard about a family helped or seen a police department disassembled on account of BLM yet. One of the founders bought a house though. Modest 7 figures. Since then we've been wondering if black lives still “matter” like they used to? Washed moments & what we've been listening/watching to round out the pod. “All the world's ill's…” Like. Subscribe. Share. STAY BLACK. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/washedgods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/washedgods/support

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
The Thug Manchin Episode

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 59:29


Nookie Bishop, Jr. and Idris Elbow discuss a roundtable of items including organ transplants, DUIs while riding elephants and “Fat King Cole” makes an appearance to christen the pod's 66th episode. Nook's baby niece's recording artist debut: https://youtube.com/shorts/DgqqanKGc9U?feature=share RIP, Colin Powell: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2021/10/18/politics/colin-powell-dies/index.html RIP, Dorothy Steel (the “Merchant Tribe Elder” from “Black Panther”: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.freepressjournal.in/amp/entertainment/hollywood/black-panther-star-dorothy-steel-who-played-a-tribal-elder-dies-at-95 The Digital Gumbo Podcast is located at the intersection of news, current events, tace, politics—right next ro the liquor store. Hosts Nookie Bishop, Jr. gove you the 411 on some stories you may have heard about and some you probably haven't. All eps. here: https://digitalgumbo.simplecast.com

Media Roots Radio
Colin Powell a Symbol for Bipartisan Militarism, RIP Norm Macdonald

Media Roots Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 108:11


After a month long vacation, Abby Martin is back to catch up with Robbie. They talk about everything from their sadness over the death of their favorite comedian Norm Macdonald to their disdain towards the recently deceased Colin Powell, the man who became a human symbol for bipartisan militarism and was a vehicle for liberal acceptance of neoconservative foreign policy and endless war in the Clinton, Bush and Obama eras. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast please subscribe to Media Roots Radio on Patreon // www.patreon.com/mediarootsradio Patreon subscribers at the $5 tier get access to an exclusive bonus episode and per month as well as access to the Florida 2001 Event Attacks Map by Robbie Martin. FOLLOW // twitter.com/AbbyMartin // twitter.com/FluorescentGrey

The David Pakman Show
10/29/21: Republicans Already Claim Fraud, Right Loses the Plot

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 61:07


--On the Show: --Republicans, like Virginia Republican State Senator Amanda Chase, are already claiming voter fraud in the upcoming Virginia Gubernatorial election between Terry McAuliffe and Glenn Youngkin --Newsmax host, and former Fox News host Eric Bolling, condemns Fox News' current COVID vaccination and testing requirements --Caller suggests having people fund charities instead of making people pay taxes --Caller discusses the "sovereign citizen" movement --Caller talks about privatizing the electrical grid --Caller wonders if Donald Trump actually accomplished anything during his presidency --Caller calls out conservatives for being hypocrites over politicizing Colin Powell's death and Alec Baldwin's fatal gun discharge --Caller loses patience with ignorant right wingers --Caller asks David what he thinks the United States will look like in twenty years --David responds to positive and negative viewer emails --On the Bonus Show: Seven reasons for the ongoing labor shortage, greenhouse gas emissions up in 2020 despite pandemic, Pat going to Florida, and much more...

Win Make Give with Ben Kinney
13 Rules of Work and Life According to Genreal Colin Powell

Win Make Give with Ben Kinney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 44:41


To celebrate the life of General Colin Powell, Bob and Chad take a moment to share Powell's 13 Rules for Work and Life. Listen to the rules and see which ones you need to apply to your world for greater success. ---------- Let us know your favorite rule in our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/winmakegive   Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
Making a Killing: The Business of War Profiteering

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 42:05


Last month, the Democratic-controlled House voted in favor of appropriating $768 billion for the 2022 defense budget. This week on Intercepted: Senior writer for The Intercept Jon Schwarz talks with Andrew Cockburn, Washington editor of Harper's Magazine, longtime national security journalist, and author of “The Spoils of War: Power, Profit and the American War Machine.” Cockburn and Schwarz discuss the legacy of former Secretary of State Colin Powell and how private defense companies have historically maximized profits from horrific wars. join.theintercept.com/donate/now See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Victor Davis Hanson Show
The Traditionalist: Push Back

The Victor Davis Hanson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 43:42


Listen to Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler in this remembrance of Colin Powell, assessment of Stanley McChrystal's generalship, thoughts on Dave Chappelle and Netflix CEO, and examination of Virginia school boards and politics.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bad Faith
Episode 118 - Fight Harder (w/ Ro Khanna)

Bad Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 7:04


This week, Brie grills California Representative Ro Khanna on why progressives hesitate to call out Joe Biden, along with “rotating villains” Manchin & Sinema, for his role in obstructing democratic policies from a $15 min wage to student debt cancellation. Why should we trust Biden's “heart” is in the right place on $15 an hour or the infrastructure bills if he declines to use tools in his arsenal — namely executive orders — to advance is own agenda? Is focusing on the good stuff coming out of the infrastructure negotiations merely giving credit where credit is due? Or is it ultimately a tactic used to distract voters from remembering all that was prematurely bargained away by Democrats who seem allergic to leverage? Did progressives miscalculate by not demanding a $15 min wage be included in the “must pass” Covid bill last March? And why isn't Biden called out as the person responsible for that provision being removed. (Can't blame the parliamentarian for everything). Brie also asks Khanna about his Colin Powell tribute tweet, and why progressives continue to participate in the hagiography of war criminals. Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube to access our full video library. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Ben Dalton (@wbend). Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands).

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
#1488 Truth Is Starting To Creep In

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 34:20


Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew asking a question and Adam breaking down the different kinds of people that enter a recording studio and the different ways they react to stimuli. They also discuss the passing of Colin Powell and how that is being reported by various outlets. They then turn to the phones and speak to a fellow doctor to talk about the psychiatric definition of delusion. As the show wraps up they review a startling clip from The Today Show regarding Covid spread at college football games. Please Support Our Sponsors: Overland.com/ADS TalkSpace.com, promo code ADS LiveXLive.com/ADAMDREW

Up First
Book Of The Day: How Colin Powell Wanted The World To Remember Him

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 10:22


When Colin Powell died on October 18 at the age of 84 from COVID-19 complications, he left behind a long, decorated career in Washington and the U.S. Army. He spent much of his life in the military, eventually rising to the rank of four-star general, and went on to become the first Black Secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs. But, as he discussed in a 2012 interview with NPR's Robert Siegel about his memoir It Worked For Me, Powell's reputation was tarnished when he used faulty evidence to push for the Iraq War: "I'll never leave it behind." This episode comes from NPR's new podcast, Book of the Day.

The Chris Stigall Show
Surprise! It's A Weekend Leftovers Podcast Extra

The Chris Stigall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 47:26


There's some gems from Stigall you haven't heard yet as they almost ended up on the cutting room floor of the podcast.  But they were rescued and stitched together for some extra audio enjoyment.  Stigall reacts to two RINOs writing an OpEd in the New York Times encouraging Republicans to vote Democrat next year.  Lt. Col. Jonathan Myers shares his thoughts on the state of our military's readiness, the death of Colin Powell, and the Afghanistan withdrawal disaster.  Then Stigall tees off on a proposed Fauci documentary just days after he came through COVID.  You'll hear his instincts validated after the news we heard this week about the NIH funding the Wuhan lab gain of function research. Even sick, Stigall calls it!

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST
EP 867 - A WEEK OF HOSTING PRIMETIME TV/STEVE "THE INFECTION" BANNON & JANUARY 6TH/DTRUMP ON COLIN POWELL/NBA GAME 1 REACTIONS/NFL WEEK 7

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 40:13


This is The Zone of Disruption! This is the I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST! His name is Michael Rapaport aka The Gringo Mandingo aka Captain Colitis aka Mr. Go F*ck Yourself! & he's here to discuss: Heading to Orlando to perform standup, Hosting a week of Primetime TV, Steve "The Infection" Bannon, DTRUMP on Colin Powell Passing, The homeless in NYC, Horse Plop Epedemic, Heel Strikers being back, NBA Starting with Game 1 reactions, NFL Week 7 & a whole lotta mo'! This episode is not to be missed! Thanks to Jiminy's. To learn more and save 20% on your first purchase, go to jiminys.com/CHAMP and use code CHAMP20 at checkout. Stand Up Comedy Tickets on sale at: MichaelRapaportComedy.com For all things sports wagering use MyBookie.AG with Promo Code: DINGO If you are interested in MLB, NBA, NFL & UFC Picks/Parlays Follow @TheCaptainPicks on Instagram & subscribe to packages at www.CaptainPicks.com www.dbpodcasts.com   Produced by DBPodcasts.com Follow @dbpodcasts, @iamrapaport, @michaelrapaport on TikTok, Twitter & Instagram Music by Jansport J (Follow @JansportJ) www.JansportJMusic.com

On the Media
Colin Powell's Pivotal Moment That Wasn't

On the Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 29:37


Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, Joint Chiefs chairman, and omnipresence in American foreign policy for the past 20 years, died on Monday from complications from COVID-19. He was 84-years-old and been sick for years with multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer.  Colin Powell was many things to many people. A symbol of the American dream. The public voice — for a time — of the Iraq War. A so-called “RINO,” or Republican-in-name-only. A good soldier. Though widely remembered as a barrier-breaking hero by folks across the aisle, in his death, as in life, there are those who are using Colin Powell as an opportunity for scoring political points.  Looking back at the life of Colin Powell, it is worth recalling that he was once one of America's most popular public officials, polling favorably among 85 percent of Americans in a 2002 Gallup poll. But what Colin Powell is perhaps most remembered for is his 2003 presentation to the UN Security Council explaining the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. A little over a year later, Powell went on NBC's Meet the Press and essentially retracted his assertion, saying it "turned out that the sourcing was inaccurate and wrong and in some cases deliberately misleading." Brooke speaks with Fred Kaplan, a veteran reporter on foreign policy and national security, long-time writer of Slate's "War Stories" column, and even longer-time husband of Brooke, about the life and legacy of Colin Powell.

The Kirk Minihane Show
Pity Party Act

The Kirk Minihane Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 105:08


Keith "KMarko" Markovich went on The Dave Portnoy Show and sulked his way through a discussion with Dave and Eddie. He went on the show to complain about how no one in the office had his back after he was demoted as Editor of the Barstool blog for multiple offenses (00:25:14). There is a new number one team in The Dozen Trivia (00:00:34). Big Cat calls in to discuss Team Minihane's big victory over The Yak (00:10:40). President Trump put out a statement on the passing of Colin Powell 00:53:32). Whoopi Goldberg is the last person who should be giving people health advice. Howard Stern calls Kyrie Irving "the top idiot" for not taking the vaccine (01:00:40) & more.

Pod Save the World
We booked a Nobel Prize winner

Pod Save the World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 92:21


Tommy and Ben discuss the murder of a British member of parliament, Colin Powell's legacy, missiles, climate change, the fight against Viktor Orban, kidnappings in Haiti, democracy in Sudan, covid in Brazil, her majesty's cocktails, why Australia hates Ted Cruz, and wizards. Then Nobel Peace Prize winning journalist Maria Ressa joins to talk about her battles against President Rodrigo Duterte and Facebook.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar
10/19/21: Colin Powell, Union Activity, Amazon Scandal, Politico Sale, CNN Confronted, China Dependency, Biden Silence, John Deere Workers, and More!

Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 88:36


To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and SpotifyApple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-points-with-krystal-and-saagar/id1570045623Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Kbsy61zJSzPxNZZ3PKbXlMerch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/Strike Fund: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-john-deere-strike?utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

The Daily
The Life and Career of Colin Powell

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 33:18


Colin Powell, who in four decades of public service helped shape U.S. national security, died on Monday. He was 84.Despite a stellar career, Mr. Powell had expressed a fear that he would be remembered for a single event: his role in leading his country to war in Iraq.We look back on the achievements and setbacks of a trailblazing life. Guest: Robert Draper, writer for The New York Times Magazine and author of “To Start a War: How the Bush Administration Took America into Iraq.”Love listening to New York Times podcasts? Help us test a new audio product in beta and give us your thoughts to shape what it becomes. Visit nytimes.com/audio to join the beta.Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: Colin Powell was emblematic of the ability of minorities to use the military as a ladder of opportunity — one that eventually led him to the highest levels of government. He died of complications of Covid-19, his family said.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday. 

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 10/18/21

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 114:18


On Monday's Mark Levin Show, General Colin Powell has passed away. He was National Security Advisor to President Reagan and has always had a respected and mixed political record in Washington. Secretary Powell was an honorable man and loved his country but he did have a mixed record. Then, so-called journalists in the media seem to be preparing to tarnish any potential future Trump candidacy, treating former President Trump as if he's a disease in remission but not quite cured. Criticizing and pressuring their colleagues to not question Biden's inadequacies as president. A biased media is a true threat to the success and future of this republic. Later, Twitter and Facebook are the enemy and they are damaging our country. They believe in promoting lies and banning, then-sitting president of the United States, Donald Trump. Similarly, China is developing new and stronger weapons to further advance their global position. Afterward, the Democrats and Nancy Pelosi's politburo now want to usurp executive privilege to get information from President Trump's then-Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and other White House staffers with the hopes of uncovering embarrassing information to ridicule Trump. Congress' subpoena power has never existed for the political benefit of one's political opposition.

Fresh Air
Actress And Singer Cynthia Erivo / Remembering Colin Powell

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 45:28


Erivo was nominated for an Oscar for playing Harriet Tubman in the film 'Harriet.' She played Aretha Franklin in the series 'Genius: Aretha.' She won a Tony for her performance in 'The Color Purple.' Now she has a debut album, 'Ch. 1 Vs. 1.' "I sing often with a bit of a smile," she says.Also, we remember Colin Powell, who died Oct. 18 at age 84. Powell was the U.S.'s first Black national security advisor, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and secretary of state. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1995.