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Jake continues the weekend podcast coverage now into Week 12. He and Andrew start the show with a discussion on the latest injury report, the level of concern around the defensive backs in their trip to Denver and how it impacts their coverage choices, and then a conversation on data behind the Broncos' defense. Then the duo takes you through the weekend's biggest college football games and the rest of the NFL's schedule and gives you their thoughts on who wins each and why. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Last week Sonya's girlfriend, artist Sasha Skochilenko, was convicted of spreading "false information" about the Russian army for putting anti-war stickers on grocery products. The same day she was sentenced to seven years in a penal colony, Putin pardoned a convicted murderer. Dr Jade McGlynn, Research Fellow, The Department of War Studies at King's College, reflects on what this development means for Russian society, and whether Putin's “peace” comments have any weight behind them. Today's episode is presented by Victoria Derbyshire and Vitaly Shevchenko. It was made by Keiligh Baker with Lucy Boast, Arsenii Sokolov and Clare Williamson. The technical producer was Ricardo McCarthy. The series producer is Tim Walklate. The senior news editor is Sam Bonham. Email Ukrainecast@bbc.co.uk with your questions and comments. You can also send us a message or voice note via WhatsApp, Signal or Telegram to +44 330 1239480 You can join the Ukrainecast discussion on Newscast's Discord server here: tinyurl.com/ukrainecastdiscord
The Smiley Face Killers: Investigating Suspicious Water Deaths of College-Aged Men the U.S. and the World on Weaponized News with Sam Chaney and WR. The Smiley Face Killers: Investigating Suspicious Water Deaths of College-Aged Men the U.S. and the World: https://www.amazon.com/Smiley-Face-Killers-Investigating-College-Aged/dp/B0CHCSVQKP/ref=sr_1_1?crid=TU8WNB70YZB&keywords=the+smiley+face+killers+ramsey&qid=1700825185&sprefix=the+smiley+face+killers+%2Caps%2C204&sr=8-1 The Smiley Face Killers: Who is abducting and murdering young men in the US and UK? https://www.amazon.com/Smiley-Face-Killers-abducting-murdering/dp/B08R5XBXJ3/ref=sr_1_2?crid=TU8WNB70YZB&keywords=the+smiley+face+killers+ramsey&qid=1700825251&sprefix=the+smiley+face+killers+%2Caps%2C204&sr=8-2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michigan Football Report's James Yoder joins Former Coach Zach Smith to discuss the upcoming rivalry game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Michigan Wolverines. Will Coach Ryan Day lose 3 straight to Coach Jim Harbaugh? What's going on with JJ McCarthy and the Michigan Offense? If Jim Harbaugh gets fired amidst these sign stealing allegations and the scandal, who would be the prime candidate to take over at Michigan? GRAB YOUR CHANCE TO WIN BEFORE IT FILLS UP‼️ $100 per Square: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=2750197666938880609&created=1667345574.804059&printed=1 MENACE COFFEE! https://menace2coffee.com/ MENACE MERCH!!! https://menace2merch.com/ Go to my sponsor: https://www.bluechew.com/ Get ONE MONTH FREE (Pay $5 for Shipping) and try Blue Chew today! Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with LUCY for your nicotine pouches! https://www.lucy.co/menace TRY MIRACLE MADE SHEETS NOW! https://trymiracle.com/MENACE FREE CASH BONUS WITH MyBookie: https://mybookie.website/Menace2Sports The BEST Athletic wear you will find anywhere: https://mikeydapparel.com/ VIP Subscribers: https://www.patreon.com/menace2sports - Custom RSS Feed (Straight to your phone - No iTunes or Spotify) - Exclusive Content, Shows and Videos - Exclusive Call-In Ability for Live Shows - Starting at $5 a month! For the FULL Landscape of College Football, tune in:http://www.menace2sports.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/menace2sports-with-zach-smith/id1464558838 Follow our show on social media: Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@menace2sports Twitter: https://twitter.com/Menace2Sports Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menace2sports/ Undisputed Best Sports Handicapping Tool in the WORLD: http://www.patreon.com/menace2picks College football is a game of explosive plays, immense passion, and endless thrills. Every Saturday during the college football season, the spirit of competition and excitement take the field as the nation's top student-athletes battle for gridiron glory. The powerhouses in college football are teams like Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, and Florida, all of whom compete in the fiercely contested NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision. Whether it's a hard-fought rivalry, chaotic scene in the stands, or an unbelievable touchdown grab, college football fans of all ages, backgrounds, and regions experience the same passion and intensity each week. From the blue-blooded programs to the rising stars, college football will always be the people's game. Ohio State Football is one of the most successful college football programs in history. With a total of 8 National Championships, the Buckeyes have established themselves as a powerhouse in the NCAA. Led by head coach Ryan Day, Ohio State has become known for its hard-hitting, aggressive defense and a high-octane offensive attack. While their recent success has been rooted in their strong recruiting class and their 2014 national championship, the program has a long and storied history in the college football world. On any given Saturday, the OSU faithful can be found inside the famous Ohio Stadium cheering on the scarlet and gray. Regardless of the opponent, each game brings out the passion and excitement that Ohio State fans are so well known for. Follow the Buckeyes and join the Buckeye Nation in their quest to reach another championship. Go Bucks!
Nick Espinosa, Chief Security Fanatic, CIO, Columnist, Author, Radio Host, Board Member, Forbes Tech Council & TEDx Speaker Forbes.com Securityfanatics.com Show Notes About The Guest(s): Nick Espinosa is a cybersecurity expert, author, and speaker. He is the founder of Security Fanatics, a company that specializes in cybersecurity and risk management. With over two decades of experience in the field, Nick has worked with clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies. He is passionate about educating individuals and organizations on the importance of cybersecurity and helping them develop effective defense strategies. Summary: Nick Espinosa is a cybersecurity expert and the founder of Security Fanatics. In this episode, he discusses the biggest threats to personal and business security in 2023, emphasizing the importance of educating individuals on cybersecurity. He also talks about the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity and the potential risks associated with AI in the future. Nick highlights the need for customized cybersecurity solutions and risk assessment for each organization. He also shares insights on the impact of AI on disinformation campaigns and the challenges of detecting AI-generated content. Key Takeaways: The human factor is the biggest threat to cybersecurity, as many individuals lack the necessary knowledge and understanding of cybersecurity risks. AI is becoming increasingly sophisticated and can be used by hackers to exploit vulnerabilities and launch cyber attacks. Education and training on cybersecurity should start at an early age to ensure individuals are aware of the risks and can make informed decisions. The future of AI in cybersecurity is uncertain, as AI algorithms can learn from other AI models, leading to a dilution of accuracy and reliability. Security theater, such as airport security measures, can create a false sense of security and may not effectively prevent threats. Quotes: "If there's a vulnerability, it will be exploited." - Nick Espinosa "We are so distrusting. We are so disoriented. And this is essentially where we're heading." - Nick Espinosa "Security theater... It's literally the term for it." - Nick Espinosa About Nick Espinosa For over 25 years, Nick has been on a first name basis with computers. Since the age of 7 he's been building computers and programming in multiple languages. Landing his first IT job at age 15, Nick founded Windy City Networks, Inc at 19 which was acquired in 2013. In 2015 Nick created Security Fanatics, a Cybersecurity/Cyberwarfare outfit dedicated to designing custom Cyberdefense strategies for medium to enterprise corporations. An expert in cybersecurity and network infrastructure, Nick has consulted with clients ranging from the small business owners up to Fortune 100 level companies for decades. Nick has designed, built, and implemented multinational networks, encryption systems, and multi-tiered infrastructures as well as small business environments. He is passionate about emerging technology and enjoys creating, breaking, and fixing test environments. As a member of the Board of Advisors for Roosevelt University's College of Arts and Sciences as well as their Center for Cyber and Information Security, the Official Spokesperson for the COVID-19 Cyber Threat Coalition and a board member of Bits N' Bytes Cybersecurity Education, contributor to the Cyber Peace Institute, Strategic Cybersecurity Advisor for the Private Directors Association and humanID as well as the President of The Foundation for a Human Internet, Nick helped to create an NSA certified curriculum that will help the Cybersecurity/Cyberwarfare community to keep defending our government, people and corporations from Cyber threats globally. In 2017 Nick was accepted into the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs and technology executives,
Brad Towns and Ryan Monceaux from GoCoogs.com and Talkin' Bout Them Cougars dive into ranking Dana Holgorsen among his Big 12 brethren. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cliff Odette is a Mastro Defense System Instructor and Krav Maga Black Belt with his school, Self Defense Fit Lab, located in Riverside California. Cliff is an incredible coach and very solid brother! In this episode we talk about his growing up wreslting in High School and College and looking to test his metal in street fights. We also talk about training, his coaching style, and he hints at what may be next in his evolution of coaching and content! You can find Cliff on IG @selfdefnsefitlab or his web site https://selfdefensefitlab.com
WHATEVER IT TAKES! It's your time and it's your turn but you are going to have to endure the temporary struggle. Listen to this until the end. Powerful motivational speech by Dr. Jessica Houston.SpeakerDr. Jessica HoustonDr. Jessica Houston is a licensed social worker, college professor, consultant and professional speaker. She has overcome poverty, depression, low self-confidence and intimate partner violence. For this reason, she is passionate about sharing how others can live an abundant and satisfying life, despite any obstacles they may encounter. In her self-help book, “Women's Secrets,” Dr. Houston is completely candid about her personal experiences and struggles. She travels nationally and internationally presenting at Schools, Colleges, Faith Based Institutions, Family Advocacy Agencies and at National Conferences. If your organization is seeking an engaging thought leader, connect with Dr. Houston today!Follow JessicaYouTube: https://bit.ly/2PXZqTVInstagram: https://bit.ly/31Y6Uf5Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Y7JDqdLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-jessica-houston-4515ba38/Website: https://expectingvictory.com/MusicAudiojungleGothic Storm - Whisper of Hope▶Subscribe for New Motivational Videos Every Week: http://bit.ly/MotivationVids▶DOWNLOAD our Top 100 Quotes of All Time:https://bit.ly/topquotesfreepdf▶JOIN our Newsletter for Exclusive Updates, Discounts, and Deals: https://bit.ly/Motiversitynewsletter▶READ our Weekly Blog - https://bit.ly/motiversityblog▶SHOP Official Motivational Canvases and Apparel - https://bit.ly/motiversityshop▶BECOME A MEMBER of our loyal community!https://bit.ly/motiversitymembers Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are jobs fair? In The Accidental Equalizer: How Luck Determines Pay after College (U Chicago Press, 2023), Jessi Streib, an associate Professor of Sociology at Duke University, uncovers the remarkable story of the way luck shapes the hiring process for a key strata of business jobs in America. Offering a thesis that is initially counterintuitive but clearly argued, empirically grounded, and ultimately compelling, the book introduces the idea of ‘luckocracy'. ‘Luckocracy' underpins the functioning of important parts of the graduate labour market, and equalises what would otherwise be significant class differences between college graduates. Rich with details, as well as offering a broad new perspective on education and the labour market, the book is essential reading across the social sciences, as well as for anyone interested in understanding work, fairness, and the importance of luck. Dave O'Brien is Professor of Cultural and Creative Industries, at the University of Manchester. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Robert Feirsen is currently associate professor and coordinator of the Educational Leadership Program at Manhattanville College. Previously, he was assistant professor and chair of the Education Department at New York Institute of Technology. A former SAANYS member, Dr. Feirsen enjoyed a distinguished career in P-12 schools. As a school building leader in Westchester and Nassau Counties, he served as an elementary school principal, a middle school assistant principal, and a middle school principal. At the central office level, he served as an assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, deputy superintendent, and superintendent of schools. Dr. Feirsen taught at the elementary, middle, and high school levels as a social studies and special education teacher in schools in New York City before moving into supervisory roles. Dr. Feirsen holds an Ed.D. from Fordham University.Dr. Feirsen's research interests include addressing organizational conflict, the school principal-school counselor relationship, principal and teacher retention, the relationship between psychological ownership and professional learning, college readiness, and the applications of design thinking. His research and other articles have been published in a number of academic journals, as well as Educational Leadership and Education Week. Dr. Feirsen has led workshops at such venues as ASCD, the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), and the American Educational Research Association (AERA). With Seth Weitzman, he has presented at national and statewide conferences including ASCD, the New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS), and the New York Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (NYACTE). Seth Weitzman, he is also the co-author of From Conflict to Collaboration: A School Leader's Guide to Unleashing Conflict's Problem-Solving Power and How to Get the Teaching Job You Want.Dr. Seth Weitzman sat in a middle school principal's chair for 27 years in Nassau and Westchester counties. Leadership positions included co-president of the Mamaroneck administrators' union, president of the Nassau County, and later, the Westchester County Middle School Principals' Association, and a New York State Middle Level Liaison (a working group of principals representing every county and BOCES in New York State meeting with NYSED officials). Together with Dr. Robert Feirsen, he is co-author of two books: How to Get the Teaching Job You Want and From Conflict to Collaboration: A School Leader's Guide to Unleashing Conflict's Problem Solving Power. He is either author or co-author of a number of articles published in national education journals including Educational Leadership and American Middle Level Education Magazine.Drs. Feirsen and Weitzman have presented in numerous professional association conferences at the county, state and local levels (e.g. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, American Association of School Personnel Administrators, New York State Middle School Association, New York State Association of Teacher Educators) and graduate-level classes (Teachers College, Bank Street College of Education). He is currently a Senior Instructor in the Mercy College Educational Leadership Department. His 40-year education career began teaching elementary school and middle school in Connecticut and New York City. He holds an EdD from Teachers College, Columbia University.Questions to ask: Why did you write this book? Why is there conflict in schools? What is the impact of conflict in schools? Your book suggests leaning into conflict. Can you explain? How do school leaders typically respond to conflict? What strategies do you suggest to deal with conflict? Can you give us some examples of how this might work? Your book makes a connection with design thinking, which comes from the field of engineering. Can you explain? We're all aware of the political climate in many schools today. Does your book help? In today's episode, we discuss the topic of conflict. Rob and Seth describe how it keeps principals up at night, but can be harnessed for good when we address conflict instead of avoiding it or getting angry about it.The best way for listeners to reach out to Seth Weitzman and Robert Feirsen: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
College Football Week 13 Picks and Predictions, Odds, Barking Dogs, & Free NCAAF Picks! College football picks and betting predictions against the spread for Week 13. In this week's episode of Bet On It direct from Las Vegas, Kelly Stewart, Marco D'Angelo, Joe Raineri, and Ralph Michaels break down College Football Week 13 from a sports betting perspective, sharing their NCAAF best bets and predictions for the biggest games on this weekend's slate. Join Kelly, Marco, Joe, Ralph, and Gianni every Wednesday for Bet On It as we break down the college football slate from various betting angles.#collegefootballpredictions #collegefootballpicks #cfbpicksMore College Football Picks and PredictionsLive Betting Odds
We have sufficiently slowed the spread of COVID-19, but there is still some risk of getting it, especially as we head into the holidays with more large gatherings. Luckily, we now have a number of effective treatments. Dr. Stephen Pagkalinawan, assistant professor at Drexel University's College of Medicine, breaks down what those treatment options are, both for mild cases and for people at a higher risk level, and he explains how much progress we've made with COVID treatments in just a few years. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(00:00) - Start (1:52) – TCU at #13 Oklahoma (3:42) – Texas Tech at #7 Texas (6:00) – #15 Oregon State at #6 Oregon (9:33) – #20 Iowa at Nebraska (12:13) - #11 Penn State at Michigan State (14:03) - #2 Ohio State at #3 Michigan (19:54) - #8 Alabama at Auburn (22:22) – Washington State at #4 Washington (24:37 ) - #5 Florida State at Florida
On this episode its Rivalry Week and the Chaps talk about those games which will have a meaningful impact on Conference Championship games and the CFB Play Off positions. Is it winner takes all in the BIG10? What craziness is about to happen in the BIG12 and no LA teams in the run for a PAC12 Championship. Wut?But as its Rivarly week it wouldnt be a Chaps podcast without a preview of the Egg Bowl, Iron Bowl, Palmetto Bowl, Apple Cup and Florida v Florida State! What a week of football!
There, I said it... sometimes higher education is just a waste of money! But that doesn't mean it always is, or that there is no hope of going and succeeding! Why not just have someone else pay for it, so you don't go into massive debt as you figure out life? That might seem easier said than done, but today I have 3 ways to have someone else pay for school instead of you! Plus my besties Alyssa and Liz are along for the ride(: LET'S GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! Grab your cold brew and TI-89, because class is now in session! __________ Are you open to applying for scholarships, but don't have any time to find them? I got you boo! I can guarantee finding students between $10,000-30,000 in scholarships for college, university, grad school, law school, etc. I charge less than 1% of what I find them, depending on which tier you choose to hire me. I try to find them based on school, major, interests, and other random/general scholarships for which anyone can apply. Interested? Plan a FREE call with me to learn more --> Calendly - Kara Walker __________ Related Episodes: 10 - Want an Effective GAP Year THAT ACTUALLY PAYS YOU? It Takes These 5 Important Ingredients 158 - How to Graduate College with $10,000 to SPARE! Learn About FREE COLLEGE Here... on Apple Podcasts Articles Mentioned: 'Don't borrow for college,' warns Harvard economist'—why he says it's a 'waste of money' (cnbc.com) 12 Companies That Will Pay for Your College Education (investopedia.com) P.S. Join me on... Facebook --> Christian College Girl Community ~ Scholarships & Graduate Debt-Free | Facebook Instagram --> @moneyandmentalpeace Email --＞ email@example.com Get scholarships and pay for college without student loans! Are you worried about how to pay for college? Stressed because it's so expensive? Are you having trouble finding scholarships, or all you find don't apply to you? Overwhelmed with all things school and money? Welcome fam! This podcast will help you find and get scholarships, avoid student loans and maybe even graduate college debt-free! Hey! I'm Kara, a Christian entrepreneur, amateur snowboarder, and scholarship BEAST! I figured out how to not only finish college debt-free, but I even had $10k left over in the bank after graduation. (& btw, my parents weren't able to help me financially either!) During school, I was worried about paying for next semester. I couldn't find scholarships that worked specifically for me, and didn't know how to get started while juggling homework and keeping up with ALL.THE.THINGS. But dude, I learned there was a better way! With God's direction, I tested out of classes, and found the perfect scholarships, grants, internships, and weird budget hacks that helped me go from overwhelmed to debt-free with $10k in the bank–all with God on my side. ... and I'm here to walk you through this, too. If you are ready to find scholarships specific to you, learn to manage your money well, and have enough money to kill it at college, this pod is for you! So grab your cold brew and TI-89, and listen in on the most stress-free and debt-free class you've ever attended: this is Money and Mental Peace. Topics included in this podcast: broke, debt-free, overwhelmed, college scholarships, undergraduate, Dave Ramsey, grants, college grants, university, free money, collegiate, academics, academia, secondary education, undergraduate, broke, scholar, CLEP, test out, test out of classes, tuition, internship, AmeriCorps, Student Conservation Association, companies that pay for college, Amazon, Boeing, Chipotle, Discover, Papa John's, Disney, Starbucks, Taco Bell, T-Mobile, Verizon, Walmart
This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, November 22nd, 2023. Pub Membership Plug: Public Houses, or Pubs, are not just places to drink beer, wine, cider, or even something a little stronger. It is also a unique social center, very often the focus of community life in villages, towns, and cities throughout the length and breadth of the world. We here at CrossPolitic hope to emulate that for you and yours. That’s why you should grab yourself a pub membership at fightlaughfeast.com… we need you on this ride with us. So pull up a chair, grab a pint, and join us on this ride at fightlaughfeast.com - that’s fightlaughfeast.com. Ladies and gentlemen, we start today’s news brief with a broken record to announce! https://www.foxnews.com/sports/trans-swimmer-breaks-nj-college-record-switching-mens-team-womens Trans swimmer breaks New Jersey college record after switching from men's team to women's Yes, yes… Lia Thomas 2.0. Mediocre men striking again! A transgender swimmer at Ramapo College of New Jersey broke a women's school record over the weekend after competing for the men's team for three years. Meghan Cortez-Fields won first place and broke a school record in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 57.22 at the Cougar Splash Invitational, a two-day meet between six schools in Dallas, Pennsylvania. She also came in first place in the 200-yard individual medley and earned second place in the 200-yard butterfly. The Ramapo swim team congratulated Cortez-Fields on Instagram for breaking the school record but deleted the post after former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines drew attention to meet results on X. "Those who choose to remain blind to the injustice of allowing mediocre male athletes to become record-breaking female athletes are either incompetent or misogynists. There is no in-between anymore," Gaines, an ambassador for the Independent Women's Forum, told Fox News. "Women are being asked to smile and step aside and allow these men onto our teams all the while stripping us of opportunities, privacy, and safety." A Ramapo spokesperson told Fox News the school "supports all of our student-athletes." "The original post of Meghan’s achievement was deleted by a peer who wanted to protect their teammate from insulting comments on the post," the spokesperson continued. "The College continues to post team and individual student-athlete achievements for all programs on our Athletics website." Cortez-Fields swam on Ramapo’s men's team for three years before moving to the women’s team this season as a senior. Last year, she told The Ramapo News she admired Lia Thomas, the trans-University of Pennsylvania swimmer who won an NCAA Championship in 2022. Some hailed Thomas for her bravery, while others, like Gaines, accused her of robbing biological females of opportunities to compete and win. Cortez-Fields has won at least one heat in three of the four women's meets so far this year. https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2023/11/20/trans-athlete-who-seriously-injured-female-player-quits-team-after-opponents-refuse-play-against-him/ Trans Athlete Who Seriously Injured Female Player Quits Team After Opponents Refuse to Play Against Him A male-born transgender athlete has quit a British soccer team when faced with opposing teams refusing to play against his team after he broke an opponent’s knee during a match. But even after quitting, the trans player is threatening to sue. Opponents had refused to play against Francesca Needham, 30, after he broke a female player’s knee as she tried to block his shot. Many claimed they were “terrified” to face Needham on the field, according to the Daily Mail. Needham ultimately resigned from the Rossington Main Ladies team in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, saying he did so for the good of the team after many opponents refused to play them. But he was not happy to fade off into the sunset. In a statement to the team’s Facebook page, Needham decried the fact that he “faced challenges from teams unwilling to play against us while I am on the field.” He went on to warn about legal action. “This unfortunate circumstance has prompted me to investigate pursuing a case of discrimination, as I believe it represents a breach of a code of conduct regarding diversity and inclusion, as well as safeguarding of adults in football established by both the Football Association and the Sheffield and Hallamshire Women and Girls League,” he wrote. “It was obvious,” the manager told the Mail. “Unfortunately, the FA allowed it to happen but didn’t let anyone know. She’s quite a big, strong player. People have refused to play because they are worried about the safety of the players.” “My players were backing out of challenges as psychologically it’s quite a big thing when you are playing against a biological man, it’s quite scary. They were terrified,” he added. Another league manager said that he has teenagers on his team, and parents were not happy over Needham’s inclusion. https://redstate.com/jeffc/2023/11/21/bombshell-report-j6-footage-shows-capitol-police-officers-firing-rubber-bullets-at-peaceful-protesters-n2166603 Bombshell Report: J6 Footage Shows Capitol Police Officers Firing Rubber Bullets at Peaceful Protesters In what could possibly be a major revelation related to the J6 riot at the U.S. Capitol building, a recent report suggests that Capitol Police fired rubber bullets into a peaceful crowd of Trump supporters during the incident. If true, this development raises serious questions about the potential role of law enforcement in the escalation of violence on that day. Human Events published a report detailing an interview between conservative commentator Jack Posobiec and conservative activist Raheem Kassam, who were both present near the Capitol building on Jan. 6, 2021. The report claimed that new footage released by House Speaker Mike Johnson shows that Capitol Police, at least in one instance, opened fire on a crowd of peaceful protesters. New footage from January 6, 2021, released by Speaker Mike Johnson, reveals that Capitol Police fired rubber bullets and other projectiles into the non-violent crowd that was protesting outside of the building, inciting chaos and confusion. Jack Posobiec and Raheem Kassam were reporting on the grounds in Washington DC that day, walking towards the Capitol when they heard flash bangs go off at around 1:10 pm EST, right around the time President Donald Trump’s speech was ending. Posobiec hosted Kassam on his show, Human Events, Monday to recount the events and timeline of the day from their perspective now that these new revelations have finally come to light. Raheem recalled hearing a bang for the first time and initially thought it sounded like “pallets falling off of the back of a truck” before quickly getting a better view from a rooftop of the scuffle unfolding. https://twitter.com/i/status/1726698078399308152 - Play Video The footage showed law enforcement firing non-lethal rounds into a crowd that was protesting outside the Capitol building, which incited chaos and confusion among the participants. Last week, Speaker Johnson announced the release of all the J6 footage, explaining that it would allow people “to see for themselves what happened that day, rather than having to rely upon the interpretations of a small group of government officials,” a thinly veiled dig at the Democratic House Select Committee that was formed shortly after the incident. If Kassam’s claims are true and it is verified by further investigation, it would further wreck the narrative spun by Democrats and others on the left about the matter. It would mean that law enforcement is, at least in part, responsible for the violence that occurred at the Capitol building. https://www.dailyfetched.com/truth-social-files-defamation-lawsuit-against-20-leftist-media-outlets/ Truth Social Files Massive Defamation Lawsuit against 20 Leftist Media Outlets Trump-owned social media company Truth Social filed a defamation lawsuit on Monday against 20 leftist media outlets and two social media companies for defamation. Plaintiff Trump Media & Technology Group Corp sued the following outlets: The Guardian Hollywood Reporter The Miami Herald Reuters Rolling Stone The Hill The suit alleges: “An unprecedented and seemingly coordinated media campaign by no less than 20 major media outlets, to attack Trump Media & Technology Group (“TMTG”) and its social media platform, Truth Social, by falsely reporting that TMTG had lost $73 million.” The suit claimed the number was “an utter fabrication” and that each defendant, “in apparent coordination,” published the number almost in unison. The suit claims the outlets sourced an SEC filing, but that $73 million loss amount is not contained in the cited filing. Truth Social alleges that this was “a coordinated effort” to damage its reputation and hinder an anticipated merger. The suit contends: “All defendants ran nearly identical headlines that reported some variation of ‘Trump’s Truth Social’ having lost ‘$73 million.'” The suit states the false reports “deeply harmed” Truth Social as it had the effect of “eroding faith in the company’s operations and management.” It also adds that it made it “more difficult” for the company to raise additional funds ahead of its anticipated merger, which is currently pending with the SEC. Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski said: “Truth Social just filed an unprecedented defamation lawsuit incorporating twenty media companies. The tide is finally turning, corporate media and activists are going to feel the heat.” Meanwhile, Elon Musk has initiated a “thermonuclear lawsuit” against the George Soros-backed Media Matters for America. In a statement attached to a post on X, Musk said: “This week, Media Matters for America posted a story that completely misrepresented the real user experience on X in another attempt to undermine freedom of speech and mislead advertisers.”
This week we had the pleasure of talking with Bianca Hernandez! Bianca was diagnosed with Crohn's disease in 2015 and she almost immediately parlayed her diagnosis into advocacy for her community. She worked with her school system to get better access to the private bathroom at her school and rallied and inspired other students affected by IBD to advocate for this in their schools. She was selected to join the National Council of College Leaders program at the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation- USA which allowed her to lead in many other advocacy initiatives including step-therapy reform and Ally's law and to work on ensuring that educational materials developed were properly translated into Spanish. This program also introduced her to life-long friends and other inspiring young people in the IBD Community. We talked about her advocacy work and how her efforts to ask for what she needed lead her to becoming a fierce advocate for the whole IBD community. We discussed the perils of comparing your healthcare decisions and disease with other people's journeys and how to destigmatize medical decisions and to not compare yourself to others. We discussed how IBD impacts the Latinx community and ideas on how to raise awareness about IBD and colon cancer screening within these communities. Bianca was so much fun to talk to and is so inspiring. I know you'll find her passion as infectious as we did. Please keep in mind that the views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and should not be considered medical or legal advice. Please consult with your healthcare team on any changes to your disease, diet, or treatment. We want you to stay safe and healthy! ;) Links: Information on the National Council on College Leaders- Crohn's & Colitis Foundation- USA Crohn's & Colitis Foundation- homepage in SpanishAlly's Law/ Restroom Access Law- Crohn's & Colitis Foundation- USAInformation about Step Therapy- Crohn's & Colitis Foundation -USALet's get social!!Follow us on Instagram!Follow us on Facebook!Follow us on Twitter!
Dom welcomes in Riley Gaines, former NCAA swimmer who's now become a feminist activist striving for fairness in women's sports, to discuss a transgendered swimmer at Ramapo College who is smashing team records, similarly to UPenn's Lia Thomas. First, Gaines tells us the dominance that's taken place since Meghan Cortez-Fields has entered into the field, explaining how the trans-female performed as a swimmer in the male division. Then, Riley tells about the unfairness that allowing transgendered athletes in women's division's presents, explaining what she and others have done in effort to protect Title IX. (Photo by Terry Wyatt/Getty Images)
IT'S THANKSGIVING WEEK! Josh and Dante are back this week to recap a good weekend as Ravens fans, but before doing that, the boys have to show love to Orioles manager Brandon Hyde for winning the 2023 AL Manager of the Year award. There's no other manager in the MLB that's more deserving than Hyde, and the boys are fired up for Hyder as well as the future of the organization under he and Mike Elias' leadership. Moving on to this week of football, the Ravens get a big win on Thursday Night Football over the Bengals 34-20. Mark Andrews and Joe Burrow unfortunately suffer season ending injuries in the first half, but the Ravens answered the bell and responded with a great second quarter, and dominant second half. Odell Beckham was out there making plays on his was to a 100+ receiving yard day, as well as Nelson Agholor and Rashod Bateman doing their thing and finding the endzone on the way to the win. Looking ahead to week 12, the Ravens go into Los Angeles to play the Chargers on Sunday Night Football. The Chargers are coming off a three point loss in Green Bay, in which they lost star edge rusher Joey Bosa to an injury, and head coach Brandon Staley is getting snarky with reporters about defensive play calling duties. Josh gives his thoughts on this game, and Dante dives into the numbers of each unit in this matchup. Lastly, both of the fellas give their keys to victory for the Ravens to come back home with win number 9 on the year. College football rivalry week is HERE, and the boys are giving their favorite rivalries and best games to look out for this weekend, as well as their thoughts on the three game suspension for Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh. Lastly, Dante gives his NFL week 12 best bets and sends you all into a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. HAPPY THANKSGIVING YALL!
In this episode the team welcomes a roundtable panel to discuss the 2022 scientific paper The Hopewell airburst event 1699-1567 years ago (252-383 CE). This controversial paper has since been refuted by our panel members. In this interview the panel will present all of the information surrounding the 2022 paper and present their evidence for refuting the claim that the Hopewell culture was greatly affected or even destroyed by a cosmic event. Our panel consists of lead author Dr. Kevin Nolan. Dr. Nolan is the Director and Senior Archaeologist in the Applied Anthropology Laboratories (AAL), an institute within the College of Sciences and Humanities at Ball State University. His research specializations include: Prehistoric Archaeology, CRM, GIS, Ohio River Valley, Paleoenvironments, Soil geochemistry, and Geophysics. Next, we welcome Dr. Tony Krus. Dr. Krus is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Dakota in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology. His current research focuses on chronological modeling, human-environmental relationships, and archaeological fieldwork of late-Holocene communities, primarily in the Eastern Woodlands and the Plains. We also welcome, Dr. Tim McCoy: Dr. McCoy is a Curator of Meteorites at the Smithsonian Institution. His work primarily focuses on using meteorites to understand the differentiation of asteroids in the early Solar System and he has worked on 6 robotic spacecraft missions. Relative to this project, he has studied artifacts made from iron meteorites, including Hopewell beads from Havana, IL. Finally, we round out the panel with Dr. Laura Murphy is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, where she teaches many archaeology courses, including the popular "Archaeological Myths, Frauds, and Controversies" course. She is a geoarchaeologist specializing in paleoenvironmental reconstruction using soils. Dr. Murphy holds her Bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University, and her MA and PhD from the University of Kansas. She is also a former National Park Ranger who worked at Hopewell Culture National Historical Park in Chillicothe, Ohio. X (Formerly Twitter) Instagram Facebook Seven Ages Official Site Patreon YouTube News and Guest Links: The Hopewell airburst event, 1699-1567 years ago Refuting the sensational claim of a Hopewell-ending cosmic airburst
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Valenti takes you through all the NFL games on Thanksgiving and Black Friday as well as the biggest college games on Friday afternoon. Does anyone do Thanksgiving like Evan and are you partaking in the Brotherly Love parlay with your family? Download and subscribe to Cash the Ticket today. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we take a break from our Acts study for a special episode with 3 college students just trying to walk in step with Christ and being His servants. They each tell their own stories of coming to know Jesus, and what He's currently doing in their life and some of the ministries their involved in. This is part 2 of a 2 part segment.
The Go Gopher Podcast with Mike Grimm - Episode #97 features Gopher wide receiver Chris Autman-Bell, who will be playing the final home game of his career this Saturday on Senior Day(https://www.sunbeltminnesota.com/ & https://www.tnma.com), Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union (https://www.affinityplus.org/gogophers), & State Farm Agent Tony Hoaglund (https://www.champlininsurance.com/). Cub Foods (https://www.cub.com/)
From The Pink Seats is Presented by Frankfort Avenue Liquors & Wine! Featuring a full bar with award winning mixologists along with a packaged store featuring over 600 whiskeys, some of the best local brews,and much more. Visit them today at 2115 Frankfort Ave, Louisville, KY 40206 - Right next to Manhattan Project or visit LouisvilleDrinks.comCLINCHED!!!!! Louisville football is headed to the ACC Championship in 2 weeks & facing the arch nemsis this weekend and the guys have it all covered. Get an in-depth Miami breakdown, including a new Vince's Game Notes that details the ins and outs of the game. Plus, don't miss a Kentucky preview, conversation on the ACC Championship, College Football Playoff, and Happy Hour with Mr. & Mrs. Bourbon! TURN UPPPPPPP - LOUISVILLE'S GOING TO THE SHIPHappy Hour! with Mr & Mrs Bourbon Company (A Toast to the Football Guys)Walk-On's For Life, Big Men Being Freaks, Yaya Diaby, Lamar Jackson and moreVince's Game Notes: Jack Plummer bounces backVince's Game Notes: Unlocking the Tight End'sVince's Game Notes: Defense exposed or just a bad week?Vince's Game Notes: The good and bad play callingJacob's Sack UpdateMason Reiger as a NFL draft prospectPissing off UK fansCOY JB?How Jordan Travis injury completely changes landscape of CFB Playoffs & ACC ChampionshipTime to flip the script - F*** BBNKentucky trash talking already - fake juiceKentucky due to implode? Can they pull it together one more timeMatt's Stats: Kentucky's top back falling offMatt's Stats: Devin Leary needs one thing from LouisvilleMatt's Stats: Where UK can be attacked defensivelyPredictionsBet with State of Louisville Visit bit.ly/StateofLouisville to take advantage of all of our favorite promotions in one place from FanDuel, DraftKings, Bet365 and more! Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER. 18+ (21+ select sportsbooks). Physically present in KY.Kern's KornerVisit Kern's Korner in The Highlands for the cities best burger & chili! Follow them on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/kernskorner/Drink Mr. & Mrs. Bourbon Former Louisville Cardinal basketball star Russ Smith is changing the bourbon game with Mr. & Mrs. Bourbon Company. Try it today. Shop local!
A teaching from 2016 - Gratitude cures 90% of spiritual ills but being ungrateful causes some problems. "I hate ingratitude more in a man than lying, vainness, babbling drunkenness, Or any taint of vice whose strong corruption Inhabits our frail blood...Ingratitude is monstrous; and for the multitude to be ungrateful, were to make a monster of the multitude." - William Shakespeare.
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