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66th U.S. Secretary of State, American Republican politician and political scientist

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Talks from the Hoover Institution
In The Nation's Service: The Life And Times Of George P. Shultz - A Conversation With Condoleezza Rice And Philip Taubman | Hoover Institution

Talks from the Hoover Institution

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 54:59


The Hoover Institution and The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) host In the Nation's Service: The Life and Times of George P. Shultz - A Conversation with Condoleezza Rice and Philip Taubman on Wednesday, January 11, 2023 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM PT. ABOUT THE BOOK The definitive biography of a distinguished public servant, who as US Secretary of Labor, Secretary of the Treasury, and Secretary of State, was pivotal in steering the great powers toward the end of the Cold War. Deftly solving critical but intractable national and global problems was the leitmotif of George Pratt Shultz's life. No one at the highest levels of the United States government did it better or with greater consequence in the last half of the 20th century, often against withering resistance. His quiet, effective leadership altered the arc of history. While political, social, and cultural dynamics have changed profoundly since Shultz served at the commanding heights of American power in the 1970s and 1980s, his legacy and the lessons of his career have even greater meaning now that the Shultz brand of conservatism has been almost erased in the modern Republican Party. This book, from longtime New York Times Washington reporter Philip Taubman, restores the modest Shultz to his central place in American history. Taubman reveals Shultz's gift for forging relationships with people and then harnessing the rapport to address national and international challenges, under his motto "trust is the coin of the realm"—as well as his difficulty standing up for his principles, motivated by a powerful sense of loyalty that often trapped him in inaction. Based on exclusive access to Shultz's personal papers, housed in a sealed archive at the Hoover Institution, In the Nation's Service offers a remarkable insider account of the behind-the-scenes struggles of the statesman who played a pivotal role in unwinding the Cold War. ABOUT THE SPEAKERS Condoleezza Rice is the Tad and Dianne Taube Director of the Hoover Institution and its Thomas and Barbara Stephenson Senior Fellow on Public Policy. She is also a founding partner of Rice, Hadley, Gates & Manuel LLC, an international strategic consulting firm.  From 2005 to 2009, Rice served as the sixty-sixth secretary of state of the United States, the second woman and first African American woman to hold the post. Rice also served as assistant to the president for National Security Affairs for President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2005, the first woman to hold this position. Philip Taubman is a lecturer at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation. Before joining CISAC, Mr. Taubman worked at the New York Times as a reporter and editor for nearly 30 years, specializing in national security issues and serving as Moscow bureau chief and Washington bureau chief. He is the author of The Partnership: Five Cold Warriors and Their Quest to Ban the Bomb (2012) and Secret Empire: Eisenhower, the CIA, and the Hidden Story of America's Space Espionage (2003). He is a Stanford graduate.

Le Nouvel Esprit Public
L'état du système de santé / La guerre sans fin en Ukraine / n°280 / 15 janvier 2023

Le Nouvel Esprit Public

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 64:08


Connaissez-vous notre site ? www.lenouvelespritpublic.frUne émission de Philippe Meyer, enregistrée au studio l'Arrière-boutique le 13 janvier 2023.Avec cette semaine :Nicolas Baverez, essayiste et avocat.Akram Belkaïd, journaliste au Monde diplomatique.Nicole Gnesotto, vice-présidente de l'Institut Jacques Delors.Richard Werly, correspondant à Paris du quotidien helvétique Blick. L'ÉTAT DU SYSTÈME DE SANTÉMédecins généralistes et laboratoires d'analyses médicales se sont mis successivement en grève, alors que tous les acteurs du système de santé dénoncent le délitement de leurs conditions de travail et la mise en danger des malades. C'est dans ce contexte que le président de la République a présenté ses vœux le 6 janvier au personnel médical depuis le centre hospitalier de Corbeil-Essonnes, tout en présentant les grandes lignes de son plan santé. Emmanuel Macron, qui a érigé la santé en priorité de son second quinquennat, a annoncé de nombreuses mesures de réorganisation plutôt que des moyens financiers supplémentaires. Il n'a pas annoncé le doublement du tarif de la consultation de 25 à 50 euros réclamé par une partie des libéraux en grève, mais entend libérer du temps aux médecins pour leur permettre d'augmenter leur file de patients. D'une part en accélérant le déploiement des assistants médicaux, dont le nombre devrait passer de 4.000 aujourd'hui à 10.000 en 2023. D'autre part en encourageant et accélérant la délégation de tâches, jusqu'ici réservées aux médecins, à d'autres professionnels de santé (pharmaciens, kinés, sage-femmes, infirmières, etc.). Emmanuel Macron a promis que « les 600.000 patients avec une maladie chronique qui n'ont pas aujourd'hui de médecin traitant auront accès d'ici la fin de l'année à un médecin traitant ou à une équipe traitante ». Certains ont salué un « diagnostic clair », un « calendrier précis », l'« ouverture de perspectives », la « sortie du déni ». D'autres pointent l'« absence d'engagements chiffrés », un « flou sur les alternatives » ou sur la « méthode ».Selon un sondage Elabe, pour « Les Échos », Radio Classique et l'Institut Montaigne, à l'heure où la population de médecins vieillit et où quelque 6 millions de Français sont sans médecin traitant, une majorité de sondés (53 %) estiment que le système de santé fonctionne assez mal ou très mal (contre 22 % en juin 2021). Un sondé sur 10 dit n'avoir aucun accès à un médecin généraliste, un spécialiste ou un hôpital. Le sentiment d'un dysfonctionnement est plus marqué chez les habitants des communes rurales, des petites et moyennes agglomérations. Les habitants des grandes agglomérations sont plus partagés. Près de trois Français sur quatre (73 %) ont le sentiment que le système « s'est dégradé » ces dernières années. Même ceux qui disent n'avoir pas de problème pour se soigner ou ceux qui jugent que le système fonctionne bien parlent en majorité de dégradation. Le sentiment de dégradation se retrouve aussi bien chez les électeurs de Jean-Luc Mélenchon (83 %) que ceux de Marine Le Pen (78 %) ou d'Emmanuel Macron (71 %). Il est aussi très fort chez les abstentionnistes (69 %). Interrogés sur les causes des problèmes actuels, les Français mettent en avant les manques tant de moyens des hôpitaux que de soignants, ainsi que les conditions de travail difficiles des soignants, pas assez bien payés. Le recours abusif aux urgences est aussi pointé du doigt (34 %). Près de trois Français sur quatre disent ne pas faire confiance à Emmanuel Macron et à son gouvernement pour régler les problèmes actuels du système de santé.***LA GUERRE SANS FIN EN UKRAINELa visite du président ukrainien à Washington, le 21 décembre, a permis à Kyiv de s'assurer du soutien américain, avec la promesse américaine de livrer aux Ukrainiens le système antiaérien Patriot. Le 10 janvier, l'UE et l'Otan se sont engagés à fournir aux Ukrainiens tous les moyens militaires nécessaires pour défendre leur pays. Des discussions sont prévues « la semaine prochaine » sur les types d'armes qui pourront être fournies, ont annoncé les dirigeants des deux organisations. Toutefois, la plupart des pays ont peu ou prou épuisé le soutien qu'ils pouvaient apporter à l'Ukraine, non pas en argent, mais en munitions. Les Ukrainiens tirent en moyenne 5.000 obus d'artillerie par jour. Or, les Américains produisent actuellement 14.000 obus par mois, à peu près autant que les Européens.Avec la frappe sur Makiivka, dans la nuit de la Saint-Sylvestre qui a fait chez les soldats russes 400 morts selon les Ukrainiens, 89 selon les Russes, la nouvelle année n'a pas commencé sous les meilleurs auspices pour Vladimir Poutine. Dans ce contexte, le scénario d'une nouvelle vague de mobilisation décrétée par le pouvoir russe n'a cessé de se renforcer. L'objectif pour Moscou serait de reprendre la main en 2023 sur un conflit qui lui échappe depuis bientôt onze mois. Exposant le plan que pourrait avoir en tête le président russe, le porte-parole du renseignement militaire ukrainien a affirmé le 7 janvier que « pas moins de 500.000 Russes » pourraient être enrôlés dans les forces armées à compter du 15 janvier. Y compris, cette fois, dans des grandes villes comme Moscou et Saint-Pétersbourg, moins touchées par la précédente vague de septembre.Alors que depuis six mois la Russie n'a plus conquis de ville, le 11 janvier, le patron de la milice Wagner, Evguéni Prigojine a annoncé la prise de la ville de Soledar voisine de Bakhmout dans l'oblast de Donetsk. Cette information n'a pas encore été confirmée par le Kremlin qui demeure prudent, laissant entendre que la commune n'était pas entièrement aux mains de son armée. Elle a été démentie par l'armée ukrainienne. Depuis le 17 mai, la ville de Bakhmout et sa région sont le théâtre de combats acharnés entre Russes et Ukrainiens.Mercredi, le ministère russe de la Défense a annoncé avoir de nouveau remplacé le commandant de son offensive en Ukraine, au général Sourovikine – le général Armageddon- succède le chef d'état-major des armées, le général Valéri Guerassimov, celui qu'Armageddon avait remplacé il y a à peine 3 mois.Dans le Washington Post, le 7 janvier, deux Républicains « classiques », l'ancienne secrétaire d'État Condoleezza Rice et l'ancien secrétaire à la Défense Robert Gates, assuraient que le temps ne joue pas en faveur de Kyiv et que la patience stratégique est durablement installée à Moscou.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Wright Show
Biden Docs and Russia Hawks (Robert Wright & Mickey Kaus)

The Wright Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 53:27


Subscribe to The Parrot Room at https://patreon.com/parrotroom 2:16 Anti-gas-stove tyranny – or slow news week? 6:27 Biden's classified docs scandal is a “granfalloon in search of a MacGuffin led by a wrang-wrang” 20:09 Did Bob Gates and Condoleezza Rice miss a chance to prevent the Ukraine war?28:21 Is the war turning in Russia's favor? 37:05 The prospects for peace negotiations 45:56 Parrot Room preview: Biden's pivot to help the working class; Does AI have a liberal bias?; Has woke peaked?; Matthew Yglesias' style section profile; Jeff Beck, Lisa Marie Presley, and Blake Hounshell pass away; White Lotus; Mickey's new conspiracy theory about Kevin McCarthy. Robert Wright (Bloggingheads.tv, The Evolution of God, Nonzero, Why Buddhism Is True) and Mickey Kaus (kausfiles, The End of Equality). Recorded January 13, 2023. Comments on BhTV: http://bloggingheads.tv/videos/65535 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NonzeroPods Facebook: https://facebook.com/bloggingheads/ Podcasts: https://bloggingheads.tv/subscribe This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit nonzero.substack.com/subscribe

Bloggingheads.tv
Biden Docs and Russia Hawks (Robert Wright & Mickey Kaus)

Bloggingheads.tv

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 60:00


Anti-gas-stove tyranny – or slow news week? ... Biden's classified docs scandal is a “granfalloon in search of a MacGuffin led by a wrang-wrang” ... Did Bob Gates and Condoleezza Rice miss a chance to prevent the Ukraine war? ... Is the war turning in Russia's favor? ... The prospects for peace negotiations ... Parrot Room preview: Biden's pivot to help the working class; Does AI have a liberal bias?; Has woke peaked?; Matthew Yglesias' style section profile; Jeff Beck, Lisa Marie Presley, and Blake Hounshell pass away; White Lotus; Mickey's new conspiracy theory about Kevin McCarthy ...

Consider This from NPR
Where The Ukraine War Goes Next

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 14:42


This is a pivotal moment in the war in Ukraine. Ukrainian forces continue to have the upper hand on the battlefield, but there are real questions about what comes next and what an acceptable end to this war could look like.Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmyrto Kuleba provides his assessment on the state of the war and the path ahead.And former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice argues for a dramatic increase in military aid to Ukraine.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

State of Ukraine
Condoleezza Rice calls for 'urgency' in sending weapons and money to Ukraine

State of Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 7:08


Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice thinks the way forward for the war in Ukraine is: more. More weapons and more money to Ukraine's forces trying to kick Russia out of their country.

The Fact Hunter
Condoleezza Rice: How to Sell an Invasion

The Fact Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 73:10 Very Popular


Neo-Cons Condoleezza Rice and Robert Gates reared theit ugly heads in an Op-Ed this weekend in Jeff Bezos' globalist publication "The Washington Post." They continue to advocate for arming and continuing the fight against Russia. They hint if we "don't stop Putin now, we could be involved militarily. WaPo article is here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2023/01/07/condoleezza-rice-robert-gates-ukraine-repel-russia/https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2023/01/07/condoleezza-rice-robert-gates-ukraine-repel-russia/When CRF members speak, you should pay very close attention. Email us: thefacthunter@mail.comWebsite: thefacthunter.com

Locked On Broncos - Daily Podcast On The Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos plan to swing big for Jim Harbaugh, Sean Payton, and Dan Quinn

Locked On Broncos - Daily Podcast On The Denver Broncos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 28:40


The Denver Broncos are reportedly planning on swinging big in the head coaching search as they look to target Jim Harbaugh, Sean Payton, and Dan Quinn as some of their top candidates. Do the Broncos have any advantage when it comes to Sean Payton considering mutual interest, draft capital? Does Jim Harbaugh's connection to Condoleeza Rice help Denver's chances if Harbaugh is truly interested? Is Dan Quinn an option that could help the Broncos maintain their level of play defensively? Plus, what is going on with the Broncos offensive line and what might they do to address some concerns there in 2023? Cody Roark and Sayre Bedinger share their Broncos analysis and more. Denver Broncos head coaching search WANT MORE DAILY DENVER BRONCOS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…

Orange and Brew
Episode 164: Broncos Search for a Relevancy

Orange and Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 70:17


Hosts @Dr_NManning, @JTMattews01 and @JonKayNFL are here to breakdown the fall out post coaching changes at head coach with Hackett, special teams with Stukes and the o-line with Barry. Plus speak about Jerry Rosburg and what he can bring to the team in these final weeks. We also go over what the Walton-Penner group search for a new staff will look like and how resources will be managed, including the great football mind that is Condoleezza Rice. Head Coaching names are discussed too. All of this, and beer time and so much more!! #BroncosCountry

WSJ Opinion: Free Expression
The Best of Free Expression 2022

WSJ Opinion: Free Expression

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 31:14


Free Expression's final episode of 2022 features some of Wall Street Journal Editor at Large Gerry Baker's best interviews of the year, including conversations with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, author Douglas Murray, economist Nicholas Eberstadt, author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, historian Niall Ferguson, and analyst Michael Shellenberger.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Next Stop Crazytown
Episode 180: Christina Flach - From Celebrity Makeup Artist to CEO and Mom of Five

Next Stop Crazytown

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 57:09


Christina Flach is a makeup artist and the CEO and founder of Pretty Girl Makeup. Her celebrity clientele includes Condoleezza Rice, Hilary Swank, Isiah Washington, Melissa McCarthy, Rita Moreno, Renee Zellweger, Tyler Florence and more. She has worked with high end brands such as Gucci and Louis Vuitton, has been featured in campaigns for Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue , and Bloomingdales, and has been featured in magazines including Vogue, Time, People, and Elle. In addition, Christina also writes articles about the best tips, tricks, and hacks in makeup and is featured as a beauty expert on California Live on NBC. In addition to her career, she is a devoted single mother of four, philanthropist, actively raising funds and awareness for Sepsis. She also started the Beau Friedman outdoor classroom at the Edna McGuire school in Mill Valley, California, raising money for the Baby Beau and Ken Flach educational funds at the Northern Light School in Oakland California. Christina uses her platform to promote the importance of feeling beautiful from the inside out. She inspires women to be the best version of themselves and how to overcome life's greatest obstacles. In this episode, you will learn the following: How Christina Flach's passion for makeup was sparked by her mother's battle with brain cancer. How Christina Flach has turned her passion for makeup into a celebrity makeup artist career and successful company. How Christina Flach balances her passion for makeup with her role as a mother of five and philanthropist.   You can find Christina on Instagram and her Personal and Business account, as well as her Personal and Business websites.   Remarkable Quote: “It was just meant to be what I'm supposed to do. And I love it. I am not someone that can go work in a cubicle. I like going somewhere new. I love to travel. I love meeting new people and working with different teams, and I get to be creative."   Sponsor Today's episode is sponsored by: Picked Cherries' social podcasting app is the destination for the best podcast listening experience for all listeners. Download the app for FREE on Google Play and the App Store. Share podcasts like never before with Picked Cherries. Learn more at PickedCherries.com.   Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn

Instant Trivia
Episode 677 - 19Th Century Literature - General Food - Ernie - Living At The Watergate - Tv Is Really Cooking

Instant Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 7:46


Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 677, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: 19Th Century Literature 1: Essays making up this 1854 work include "Reading", "Solitude" and "The Pond in Winter". Walden; or, Life in the Woods. 2: Akela the wolf and Baloo the brown bear are 2 of the animals featured in this collection of stories. The Jungle Book. 3: Early in this Jules Verne tale, professor Otto Lidenbrock, his nephew and a guide descend into a volcano. Journey to the Center of the Earth. 4: Wordsworth began a poem, "I wandered lonely as" this "that floats on high o'er vales and hills". a cloud. 5: 2 expatriates come to Boston to visit relatives in his 1878 novel "The Europeans". Henry James. Round 2. Category: General Food 1: A term for grain from grass, it follows "breakfast" in your morning routine. cereal. 2: General term for the edible kernel of a one-seeded fruit. a nut. 3: Food in the Old West, perhaps from the wagon of the same name. chuck. 4: Despite its name, this storeroom similar to a pantry is not specifically for keeping hog fat. a larder. 5: Sometimes "K" or "C", they're food supplies for soldiers. rations. Round 3. Category: Ernie 1: On "Sesame Street", Ernie sang of his great affection for this bathtub accessory. the rubber ducky. 2: As Stinky, Ernie Weckbaugh was a cast member of this group that also included Spanky and Alfalfa. the Little Rascals (or Our Gang). 3: Famous Ernie's in State College, Pennsylvania is famous for the sandwiches "wit or witout onions". a cheesesteak. 4: In 1961 Ernie Davis of Syracuse won this trophy; no African American had before, not even Ernie's idol Jim Brown. the Heisman. 5: Cartoonist Ernie Bushmiller created this mischievous young girl. Nancy. Round 4. Category: Living At The Watergate 1: This Kansas senator was head of the RNC and living at the Watergate during the '72 break-in but was in Chicago that night. Bob Dole. 2: Ironically, in 1969 Rose Mary Woods, this man's secretary, was the victim of one of the Watergate's first burglaries. Richard Nixon. 3: In 1996 this Supreme Court justice from N.Y. and Watergate resident had her purse snatched outside the building. Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 4: At the center of a pres. scandal herself, she left neighbors apology notes for the fuss she brought to the building in the '90s. Monica Lewinsky. 5: This Secretary of State often played chamber music piano accompanied by 4 friends in her apartment. Condoleezza Rice. Round 5. Category: Tv Is Really Cooking 1: Tortellini with Bolognese sauce and pizza Margherita were featured in "Mario Eats Italy", Mario being this guy. Mario Batali. 2: Bam! In 1990 he opened his first restaurant; bam! Later that decade, Food Network gave us the "Essence of" him. Emeril. 3: Chairman Kaga oversaw culinary "battles" that were held in Kitchen Stadium on this show. Iron Chef. 4: On this Fox show where you best not mess up the risotto, cooks vied to be the new head chef at a Gordon Ramsay restaurant. Hell's Kitchen. 5: Adam Richman hit New Orleans to eat 180 oysters in under an hour in a challenge on this Travel Channel show. Man v. Food. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia! Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/

BLOODHAUS
Episode 44: Ganja & Hess (w/special guest Nay Bever)

BLOODHAUS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 62:05


Another Drusilla-less episode, but not to worry. Josh is joined by the fabulous Nay Bever, producer of Shudder's Queer for Fear, to discuss Bill Gunn's legendary Ganja & Hess. From wiki:“Ganja & Hess is a 1973 American blaxploitation horror film written and directed by Bill Gunn and starring Marlene Clark and Duane Jones.  It is one of only two films in which the lead role was played by Duane Jones, best known for starring in the 1968 film Night of the Living Dead (though he had bit parts in other movies). The film was screened at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival.[1] It was remade by Spike Lee in 2014 as Da Sweet Blood of Jesus. Also mentioned: Attack of the Queer Wolf, Queer for Fear, Midnight Club, Smile, Barbarian, Tawny Cypress, Kevin Williamson, Crimes of Passion, Lair of the White Wyrm, Horror Noire, Duane Jones, Bill Gunn, Blackula, Marlene Clark, The Hunger, Michael St. Michaels the Greasy Strangler, He Watches (by Joshua Conkel!), Spike Lee, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, Tupac, Colin Powell, George Romero, Condoleezza Rice, Stacy Dash, CluelessNEXT WEEK: Cat People (1942)Website: http://www.bloodhauspod.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloodhausPodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodhauspod/Email: bloodhauspod@gmail.com Drusilla's art: https://www.sisterhydedesign.com/Drusilla's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hydesister/Drusilla's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/drew_phillips/ Joshua's website: https://www.joshuaconkel.com/Joshua's Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshuaConkel Joshua's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshua_conkel/Joshua's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/joshuaconkelNay's twitter: https://twitter.com/naybeverNay's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/naybever/

L'Podcast
Condoleezza Rice NSFW

L'Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 56:04


Hello girls! On the menu today is our illustrious Soup Du Jour. What that means is that we are literally talking about whatever we want today. Do we want to quit the biz, move to London, and open a critically acclaimed “cafe”?? Yes. But we also think we should be famous….It's weird! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

YAP - Young and Profiting
YAPClassic: Dan Schawbel Teaches the Art of Talent Stacking

YAP - Young and Profiting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 59:15


Building your talent stack can give you a significant competitive advantage and accelerate your career! You don't need to be one of the best at something in order to succeed, because with talent stacking you can layer on skills - at various degrees of expertise - and use them together to stand out. This week, Hala's talking to Dan Schawbel, a researcher and the author of 3 bestselling career books: Back to Human, Promote Yourself, and Me 2.0. Dan also hosts the 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel podcast, where he interviews some of the most successful humans in the world like Richard Branson, Condoleezza Rice, Gary Vaynerchuk, and more. In this episode, you'll learn how Dan used talent stacking in the HR space to get ahead, why technology is breeding the loneliness epidemic, and why work-life balance is just a myth. You'll also learn about Dan's childhood and some of the difficulties he faced in school. Additionally, Dan will dive into the value of continuous learning and turning your pain into power.  Topics Include:  -Value of experience  - Dan's introduction to the research profession  - How research has shaped Dan's identity  - Dan's struggles with bullying and anxiety as a child  - How Dan used his pain to fuel greatness - Dan's experience working at EMC - Why you should align yourself with brands  - Creating your own career  - Building a personal brand  - Why you should never stop learning new skills  - Dan's unique stack of skills  - And other topics… Dan Schawbel is a researcher, career expert, keynote speaker, and New York Times bestselling author. He has led over 60 research studies, surveying over 3 million people in 26 countries. Dan has partnered with brands like Oracle, WeWork, and American Express. His writing has appeared in notable publications like TIME, The Economist, Forbes, and Harvard Business Review. His highly-rated online leadership and management courses have over 155,000 students and he has spoken at conferences such as The New York Times Dealbook Conference and Bloomberg's Business of Equality Summit.  Resources Mentioned: Dan's Podcast, 5 Questions: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/5-questions-with-dan-schawbel/id1401344839  Dan's Website: https://danschawbel.com/  Dan's Books: https://danschawbel.com/books/  Dan's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danschawbel/  Dan's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danschawbel/?hl=en Dan's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/danschawbel/  Dan's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzZPYhfF7HoLTUJoXUHHHvA  Sponsored By:  Omaha Steaks - Visit OmahaSteaks.com use promo code YAP at checkout to get that EXTRA $30 OFF your order. Shopify - Sign up for a free trial at shopify.com/profiting The Jordan Harbinger Show - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations Lightstream - Go to lightstream.com/yap and apply now to get a special interest rate discount and save even more More About Young and Profiting Download Transcripts - youngandprofiting.com   Get Sponsorship Deals - youngandprofiting.com/sponsorships Leave a Review - ratethispodcast.com/yap Watch Videos - youtube.com/c/YoungandProfiting Follow Hala Taha LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Instagram - instagram.com/yapwithhala/ TikTok - tiktok.com/@yapwithhala Twitter - twitter.com/yapwithhala Learn more about YAP Media Agency Services - yapmedia.io/ Join Hala's LinkedIn Masterclass - yapmedia.io/course  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Boardroom Governance with Evan Epstein
Bill McNabb: Talent, Strategy and Risk. How Investors and Boards Are Redefining TSR.

Boardroom Governance with Evan Epstein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 76:11


0:00 -- Intro.2:21 -- Start of interview.3:14 -- Bill's "origin story". 6:57 -- On why he joined Vanguard in 1986, and what makes the company so special. "Intellectual rigor of Wall Street with mid-western values."10:30 -- On Bill's board career. He first joined the Philadelphia Zoo (he stepped down this summer after 16 years) and currently serves on the boards of UnitedHealthcare Group and IBM, plus other PE and VC-backed companies and non-profit boards. The connection between public and private boards.13:03 -- On his book Talent, Strategy, Risk: How Investors and Boards Are Redefining TSR and what made him write it. The early governance stewardship by Vanguard (Jack Brennan's letter to 450 CEOs in 2002 laying out Vanguard's governance expectations on governance matters). The Common Sense Governance Principles (2016). His work with the Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute at Drexel University, where he met his co-authors Ram Charan and Dennis Carey.17:13 -- On shareholder engagement and why directors should understand their investor base. Traditionally, the only times there would be shareholder engagement was when an activist would get involved (and how their role has evolved), and with say-on-pay. The role of permanent capital (index funds).21:21 -- Why some of the best-run public companies operate with a private company mindset. Some advantages of private equity boards.26:51 -- His take on dual-class stock structures. The good and the bad. "But making them permanent is a mistake."29:30 -- The focus on Talent, Strategy and Risk (TSR) in his book:(30:06) How to think about Talent.(31:58) How to think about Strategy. "Being agile around strategy is really important"(35:20) How to think about Risk. Example of cybersecurity.38:46 -- On creating a capable board: board composition and expertise. "Having a couple of former CEOs serve on a board is very valuable.""You've got to push back on the over reliance of expertise, for an example, if you have a cyber expert who only knows about cyber, they will not add much more value to the board.""Having some domain expertise in the particular business area of the company is very important."45:59  -- On the work and focus of board committees: "Talent, Comp and Execution Committee" & "Strategy and Risk Committee."48:43  -- On the rise of Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs). Talent and culture is critical. It has become a strategic function more than just an administrative function.52:14  -- On how to reduce the information asymmetry between management and the board. The Netflix case study by Larcker & Tayan (2018). "This is where having a couple of domain experts on your board is important because they can at least open some doors and give ideas to pursue." You need to be creative and bring in experts to present to the board (example: cybersecurity, geopolitics, activists, buy-side analysts, venture-capitalists, etc).56:52  -- On the new trend of large institutional investors delegating voting power to beneficial owners. "If you delegate to sovereign wealth funds or large pension funds who have staffs that can vote in a thoughtful way I see no problem with that. But the problem is delegating to individual investors (99.9% will not vote and the proxy advisors will determine how this is all done [and I don't think they do a great job.]" "I'm glad that Vanguard does the voting with its long-term value creation approach."01:01:28  -- His take on ESG, and the distinction between shareholder and stakeholder value. The pushback from governments failing on some large macro issues, asset managers seeking new fees, and its politization. "ESG is just a subset of the shareholder and stakeholder debate." The 'E' in ESG is the most complicated because it is so tied to these very specific climate goals. I think that this is a reaction to the fact that governments have not been able to come to any agreement on some of these issues, and I'm skeptical that companies can achieve some of these goals. It's going to be very difficult for companies to manage their businesses accordingly."01:07:16 - What are the 1-3 books that have greatly influenced your life: The Leaves of Grass, by Walt Whitman (1855)The Odyssey, by Homer (8th century BCE)Mindset, by Carol Dweck (2007)01:10:22 - Who were your mentors, and what did you learn from them?His rowing coach after College. ("always demanding excellence")Jim Gately (formerly with Vanguard)Jack Brennan (ex CEO Vanguard)01:13:23 - Are there any quotes you think of often or live your life by? Two last lines of Invictus poem: "I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul."01:14:02 - An unusual habit or an absurd thing that he loves: Analog and Asimov's Science Fiction magazines.01:14:39 - The living person he most admires:Warren Buffett, on the business side.Tony Blair.Condoleeza Rice (maybe his favorite interview ever)Bill McNabb served as chairman of Vanguard from 2008 until his retirement in 2018 and served as CEO from 2008 to 2017. He is a corporate director of UnitedHealth Group and IBM. Bill also serves on the Wharton Leadership Advisory Board, the Dartmouth Athletic Advisory Board, the Advisory Board of the Ira M. Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership at Columbia University and is also a board member of CECP: The CEO Force for Good.__ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter: @evanepsteinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack: https://evanepstein.substack.com/__Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License

Part Of The Problem
Lying, Hack Elites

Part Of The Problem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 59:23


Dave Smith and Robbie The Fire Bernstein bring you the latest in politics! On this episode of Part Of The Problem Dave and Robbie take a look at the fear caused by obvious questions at the White House, and we look at John Stewarts recent interview with Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton, where he handles them with the softest kid gloves. Support Our SponsorsYo Delta - https://www.yodelta.com use promo code GAS for 20% offMarpipe - https://www.marpipe.com/potp to get a $2000 creditAspiration Zero Credit Card - https://www.aspiration.com/Problem to go carbon neutral effortlessly and earn a $300 bonusTicket LinksTEXAS (DALLAS + AUSTIN) - https://www.eventbrite.com/o/robbiethefire-33551841277#Nov 25 + Nov 26 - Laugh it uphttps://www.laughitupcomedy.com/event/tw-eventinfo/Dave+Smith+(From+Part+of+the+Problem,+and+LOS)/12543855/Run Your Mouth Podcast:Full Video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkfzjJt0KWYWuHOa9JdZdsgItunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/run-your-mouth/id1549622417Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ka50RAKTxFTxbtyPP8AHmFollow the show on social media:Twitter: https://twitter.com/ComicDaveSmithhttps://twitter.com/RobbieTheFirehttps://www.instagram.com/bmackayisrightInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theproblemdavesmith/https://www.instagram.com/robbiethefire/https://www.instagram.com/bmackayisrightSubscribe On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DSmithcomicBuy Daves Album : Dave Smith Libertas - https://bit.ly/2Nq5seMDave Smith and Robbie The Fire Bernstein bring you the latest in Politics three times a week, with the promise of bonus episodes! Libertarian Philosophy mixed with a sense of humor, POTP is one of the leading voices in libertarianism.Dave Smith is a New York based stand-up comedian, radio personality, and political commentator. Dave can be seen regularly on “The Greg Gutfeld Show” and “Red Eye” on Fox News, as well as “Kennedy” on Fox Business Network. In 2013 Dave was featured as one of the New Faces at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. He was also a featured performer on the New York Comedy Festival's “New York's Funniest” showcase in 2014 and 2015. Dave's outlet for his social commentary is his podcast, “Part of the Problem,” which is available on iTunes. Dave is also co-host of “The Legion of Skanks” podcast, available on the GaS Digital Network.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Jimmy Dore Show
Jon Stewart Gives Tongue Bath To War Criminals Hillary & Condi Rice

The Jimmy Dore Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 65:22


Jon Stewart is a comedy legend who pioneered an entirely new way to deliver scathing but also funny commentary on the news. But now he's apparently decided to piss away all the credibility he built up by interviewing and giving a virtual tongue bath to war criminals Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice, whom he allows to spew transparently false narratives about the American war machine with nary a peep of disagreement. Jimmy and his panel of Americans' Comedian Kurt Metzger and The Grayzone's Anya Parampil discuss Stewart's embarrassingly cringe-worthy performance. Plus segments on Canadian comedy troupe Kids In The Hall's prescient wokeness parody from 1993 and the media-fed lie that Russia is giving its troops Viagra to assist in committing sexual assaults against Ukrainians. Also featuring Stef Zamorano and Anya Parampil!

The Bitchuation Room
Heel Stomping Hate with Nato Green & David Dayen (Ep158)

The Bitchuation Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 84:47


If only we could pummel the Christian nationalist agenda with heels like the heroes of Club Q. Comedian Nato Green joins Francesca to break down yet another hate-fueled mass shooting in America, and both bitch about respective health insurance problems. Then David Dayen of the American Prospect explains what the GOP will do with a majority in the house. Spoiler: rob from the poor and give to the rich. Finally, with Elon at the helm everyone is saying goodbye to Twitter. What would your final sayonara tweet be? Plus a BONUS BISH watching part of Jon Stewart's interview with Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice on foreign policy. These ladyhawks have learned nothing. Get access by becoming a patron: www.patreon.com/bitchationroom. Featuring:Nato Green, https://twitter.com/natogreen David Dayen, https://twitter.com/ddayenThe Bitchuation Room will be LIVE at SF Sketchfest on Sunday January 22nd and 8pm. Get tickets: https://sfsketchfest2023.sched.com/event/qEKa/the-bitchuation-roomThe Bitchuation Room Streams LIVE every TUESDAY at 1/4pmEST on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/franifio and Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/franifioFollow The Bitchuation Room on Twitter @BitchuationPodGet your TBR merch: www.bitchuationroom.comSupport The Bitchuation Room by becoming a Patron: www.patreon.com/bitchationroom or via Venmo: @TBR-LIVE Cash-App: @TBRLIVE Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Bitchuation Room
Heel Stomping Hate with Nato Green & David Dayen (Ep158)

The Bitchuation Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 84:47


If only we could pummel the Christian nationalist agenda with heels like the heroes of Club Q. Comedian Nato Green joins Francesca to break down yet another hate-fueled mass shooting in America, and both bitch about respective health insurance problems. Then David Dayen of the American Prospect explains what the GOP will do with a majority in the house. Spoiler: rob from the poor and give to the rich. Finally, with Elon at the helm everyone is saying goodbye to Twitter. What would your final sayonara tweet be? Plus a BONUS BISH watching part of Jon Stewart's interview with Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice on foreign policy. These ladyhawks have learned nothing. Get access by becoming a patron: www.patreon.com/bitchationroom. Featuring:Nato Green, https://twitter.com/natogreen David Dayen, https://twitter.com/ddayenThe Bitchuation Room will be LIVE at SF Sketchfest on Sunday January 22nd and 8pm. Get tickets: https://sfsketchfest2023.sched.com/event/qEKa/the-bitchuation-roomThe Bitchuation Room Streams LIVE every TUESDAY at 1/4pmEST on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/franifio and Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/franifioFollow The Bitchuation Room on Twitter @BitchuationPodGet your TBR merch: www.bitchuationroom.comSupport The Bitchuation Room by becoming a Patron: www.patreon.com/bitchationroom or via Venmo: @TBR-LIVE Cash-App: @TBRLIVE Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Problem With Jon Stewart
Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice Discuss America's Role in the World

The Problem With Jon Stewart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 45:23


You know it's a must-listen episode when we've got not one, but TWO former U.S. secretaries of state as our guests. Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice are here for a fascinating discussion about American power, whether spreading democracy has actually made us safer, and how our role on the world stage should look going forward. Plus, they plan a little train trip together.The first half of Season 2 is streaming now on Apple TV+.Credits:Hosted by: Jon StewartFeaturing, in order of appearance: Hillary Clinton, Condoleezza RiceExecutive Produced by Jon Stewart, Brinda Adhikari, James Dixon, Chris McShane, and Richard Plepler.Lead Producer: Sophie EricksonProducers: Zach Goldbaum, Caity GrayAssoc. Producer: Andrea BetanzosEditor: Denis CardineauSound Engineer: Miguel CarrascalSenior Digital Producer: Freddie MorganDigital Producer: Cassie MurdochDigital Coordinator: Norma HernandezSupervising Producer: Lorrie BaranekHead Writer: Kris AcimovicElements: Kenneth Hull, Daniella PhilipsonTalent: Brittany Mehmedovic, Margorie McCurry, Lukas ThimmResearch: Susan Helvenston, Andy Crystal, Harjyot Ron Singh, Irene Plagianos & Farah Otero-AmadTheme Music by: Gary Clark Jr.The Problem with Jon Stewart podcast is an Apple TV+ podcast produced, by Busboy Productions.https://apple.co/-JonStewart

New Books in American Studies
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Intellectual History
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Critical Theory
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in History
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Gender Studies
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books Network
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books Network
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Women's History
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in African American Studies
Riché Richardson, "Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body" (Duke UP, 2020)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 69:09


In Emancipation's Daughters: Re-Imagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke UP, 2020), Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary texts and cultural representations, Richardson shows how five emblematic black women—Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé—have challenged white-centered definitions of American identity. By using the rhetoric of motherhood and focusing on families and children, these leaders have defied racist images of black women, such as the mammy or the welfare queen, and rewritten scripts of femininity designed to exclude black women from civic participation. Richardson shows that these women's status as national icons was central to reconstructing black womanhood in ways that moved beyond dominant stereotypes. However, these formulations are often premised on heteronormativity and exclude black queer and trans women. Throughout Emancipation's Daughters, Richardson reveals new possibilities for inclusive models of blackness, national femininity, and democracy. Mickell Carter is a doctoral student in the department of history at Auburn University. She can be reached at mzc0152@auburn.edu and on twitter @MickellCarter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

Everything Life and Real Estate
Top Takeaways from John Maxwell Exchange 2022

Everything Life and Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 33:44


On this episode, Linda and Dana share their biggest takeaways from the John Maxwell Exchange they both attended recently.  They both had big realizations with Bob Taylor, the foudner of Taylor Guitars, and they discuss what they learned about passion and leadership from him.  They talk about how their perspective on the past and future shifted,  and how people are drawn to certain jobs but normally discover a desire to lead along the way.  They share a way Condoleezza Rice recommended looking at the past to panic less in the present, and what she has learned in leadership.  They discuss their grueling Navy SEAL workout, and what they each learned about dedication and persevearance from the SEALs they spoke with. Get the Episode Guide here: https://courses.lindamckissack.com/elar-episode-guide 

The Adversity Advantage
Sahil Bloom On Leveraging Failure, Navigating Life Transitions & Avoiding Mental Errors That Can Destroy You

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 59:35


Today's guest is Sahil Bloom. Sahil is one of the most popular creators on twitter and the content he provides on wellness, mindset, money, life and mental health is nothing short of world class. What he has been able to accomplish by the age of 30 is absolutely insane. While at Stanford University, Sahil was a 4 year member of the Baseball team where he helped lead the team to two NCAA Super regional appearances. Sahil also won multiple awards for his academics and even was advised by former Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice. After leaving Stanford he entered the world of finance where he worked his way up to vice president of a firm that managed billions of dollars in capital. However, things took an unexpected turn for Sahil a few years ago and he found himself disconnected, overwhelmed with anxiety and faced with a self induced ultimatum that led him to the world of twitter and media. We get into his comeback story today as well as his thoughts on success, failure, addiction, things that overrated, timelines, mental errors, life transitions, identity and much more.    Thanks to this episode's sponsor:   Ned/Mello Magnesium: www.helloned.com/doug Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order.   ***DISCLAIMER: Ned also offers other products such as their full spectrum CBD. Please be sure to do your due diligence and make sure that consumption of any products Ned offers are safe for you or the individual consuming it and that it won't conflict with any extenuating circumstances that you or the person consuming it may have for work, school, probation, athletic commissions, etc.   What to Listen For:   0:00 Intro 1:28 What to eliminate to become healthy, wealthy and happy 4:29 The pleasure/pain trap (Sahil's thoughts on addiction) 7:51 What prompted Sahil to change his career? 11:13 Sahil hits rock bottom 13:59 His thoughts on money 16:35 How does he manage his relationship with dopamine? 19:43 Measuring success 22:00 How to use failure to your advantage 26:01 Dealing with life transitions 27:44 Overcoming imposter syndrome 29:58 How to become a “sponge” for information 32:02 THESE things are often pursued by many but are way OVERRATED 35:55 The best NON financial investments he's made 39:33 How to become more PRESENT 41:35 Don't worry about timelines! 45:05 Dealing with regret 46:21 Has your mental health improved? 49:04 The power of boredom 50:57 THESE mental errors will cost you 52:44 Read THESE 3 books! 54:09 Lessons he has taught his Dad   Episode resources:   Connect with Sahil:   Website Instagram Twitter Follow me on Social Media: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter

Talks from the Hoover Institution
Secretary of State Antony Blinken Underscores Importance of Restraining Russian Aggression and Outcompeting China in Securing Post–Cold War Liberal Order | Condoleezza Rice | Hoover Institution

Talks from the Hoover Institution

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 63:02


Monday, October 17, 2022 Hoover Institution | Stanford University Hoover Institution (Stanford University) – Before a full crowd of mostly students in the Hoover Institution's Hauck Auditorium, Secretary of State Antony Blinken engaged in a conversation with his predecessor Condoleezza Rice on a broad spectrum of issues impacting the security and prosperity of the United States and like-minded partners, including aggression by Russia and China against the post–Cold War security architecture, and how the free world can best grapple with challenges resulting from the rapid pace of technological innovation.  During the program, which was introduced by former secretary of defense James Mattis, Blinken reflected on the Biden administration's new national security strategy. As Blinken explained, the document underscores the importance of deterring Russian aggression, especially regarding Russia's ongoing assault on Ukraine. Blinken said that although the Biden administration had hoped, in the tradition of its predecessors, for a stable and predictable relationship with Russia, President Vladimir Putin has been, and continues to be, a major disruptor in Eastern Europe and more broadly to international security. In response to a question by Secretary Rice as to why Americans should care about wars that occur in faraway lands rather than place one hundred percent focus on matters of more immediate domestic concern, Blinken said that international rules and norms would be seriously undermined if a large country could with impunity redraw borders by force and subjugate a sovereign people against their will. In upholding the liberal order, he argued that, although international institutions are far from perfect, they have been integral to helping prevent global conflict. As an example, he pointed to the UN General Assembly's overwhelming rebuke of Russia's annexations of Ukrainian territory.  "An extraordinary thing happened, 143 countries around the world stood up in opposition to the annexations, a sham referendum that Russia had used as justification," Blinken said. "That in and of itself is a powerful indicator of where the world actually is now on Russian aggression." Blinken also explained how Beijing has challenged the liberal order that emerged at the end of the Cold War, as well as the nature of the Sino-American relationship that was forged half a century ago during rapprochement. He maintained that although there are adversarial features of the relationship that need to be managed, they shouldn't overshadow areas of cooperation in which the two nations can reap benefits for the global commons. These issues include climate change and proliferation of infectious diseases. Of the former, Blinken explained that the United States is only as strong as the world's weakest link. Americans are responsible for 15 percent of global emissions. Using diplomatic tools at its disposal, the US needs to work with China and other major countries throughout the world to do their part in reducing greenhouse gases. Similarly, Blinken said, without singling out any one nation for mishandling their response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the world depends on a more coordinated public health response between the US and China to mitigate the deadly effects of infectious diseases, which are unconstrained by borders. Blinken is, however, concerned by the detrimental effects of Beijing's aggression toward Taiwan. A conflict over Taiwan would cause an enormous global crisis—not least because of the enormous volume of commercial maritime traffic that passes through the strait, but also because of the disruption it would cause to semiconductor production, which industries and consumers across the world rely on as an essential component for various electronic devices and computing systems. "I hope Beijing will come back to a place where it actually sees the merits in making sure that differences are peacefully resolved [and] that it doesn't try to force things through coercion, [or] even worse, through force," Blinken said. Blinken described how the United States is present in international consortiums that establish norms that govern technology. He said that for the State Department, being at the table means that US leadership, in partnership with nations with a shared commitment to peace and prosperity, can help formulate technology policies that respect privacy, protect human rights, and bolster security. To this end, he says, Foggy Bottom has been active in the US-EU Trade and Technology Council to ensure the two major economic powers are closely aligned on areas ranging from export controls and investments made by foreign actors in industries impacting national security, to the fortification of critical supply chains, including the development of semiconductors. Blinken maintains that these and other frameworks in which the US is actively involved are intended not only to increase technological competitiveness, but to do so in a manner that isn't to the detriment of any one nation, or to workforces, the natural environment, or ownership of intellectual property. "Competition, when it's fair and it's a race to the top, is good. That's what our own system is all about," Blinken said. In support of American competitiveness, Blinken also emphasized the importance of increasing America's capacity for innovation on the home front. He hailed the recent passage of the CHIPS Act, which facilitated funds for research and development as well as manufacturing to overcome the scarcity of the much-coveted semiconductor technology. He also praised investments made in green innovation under the Inflation Reduction Act. Blinken explained that this year, in a matter of six months, the State Department established a bureau of cyber and digital policy under the leadership of former tech executive Nathaniel Fick, who was present at the Hoover event today. Blinken also maintained that Washington and Silicon Valley needed to continue to engage effectively. In an appeal to his Stanford audience, Blinken said that the diplomatic community needed more talent to better understand technology and to support ways that it can be used to foster peace and prosperity. "I am here to proselytize too," Blinken said, amusingly. "We want you. We need you at the department. This is an opportunity to pursue so many of the things you've been studying, working on, or are passionate about, but to do so, for those of you that are American, for your country." In addition to the conversation with Secretary Rice, Secretary Blinken also visited SLAC, and attended a Stanford student recruitment event with Ambassador-at-Large Fick, hosted by Stanford Law School (SLS) Dean Jenny Martinez on behalf of the Cyber Policy Center, a collaboration between SLS and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. The event included approximately 100 students for a conversation about STEM career opportunities at the U.S. State Department.

Pro Politics with Zac McCrary
From Communism to Cable News, the One-of-a-Kind Story of Julie Roginsky

Pro Politics with Zac McCrary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 49:48


Julie Roginsky has one of the most unique stories in politics…as a 6-year old, she and her family flee their homeland in the Soviet Union to make their way to the Bronx…she's drawn to campaigns and spends 20+ years in the trenches in New Jersey politics…she enters the world of cable news, working for 10 years as a Democratic voice on Fox News…ultimately leaving Fox after suing the network and chief Roger Ailes for sexual harassment…and starts Lift Our Voices with former Fox News colleague Gretchen Carlson to eliminate NDAs and other silencing mechanism that protect harassment in the workplace. This is a wide-ranging conversation that covers Julie's fascinating life, time in campaign politics, and the important work she's doing now.IN THIS EPISODE…The story behind Julie and her parents escaping their native USSR…Early memories of a 6-year old Soviet refugee growing up in NYC…Julie campaigns for a presidential candidate as an 11-year old…Julie changes her professional sights from foreign service to political campaigns…Julie's brief excursion working for the UK Labour Party in London…Julie's first New Jersey race and her NJ Politics 101 after 20+ years in state politics…Julie mines her years as a communications expert to offer some comms best practices…The story behind Julie's years as a political commentator on Fox News…Julie addresses her departure from Fox News & the sexual harassment she filed against  Fox News and Roger Ailes…Julie starts Lift Our Voices with Gretchen Carlson to eliminate workplace NDAs that protect workplace harassment…Julie on the changing advice she gives to young people working in politics…Julie's advice on how campaigns can protect proprietary information while not enabling a toxic workplace...AND…the 6 Train, Madeline Albright, Bombshell, George W. Bush, CNBC, Mary Beth Cahill, Gretchen Carlson, Chris Christie, Jon Corzine, Crayola, the deficit, distant cousins, economic sclerosis, EMILYs List, the Food Network, glasnost, Bernie Goetz, Mikhail Gorbachev, gulags, heroin alley, the Hotel Greystone, internecine primaries, the Iron Curtain, the Iron Sheik, JFK airport, Jersey girls, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Lenin, John Major, Walter Mondale, Rupert Murdoch, Northampton County, Frank Pallone, Perkins Coie, Zelda Perkins, Ronald Reagan, refuseniks, Condoleezza Rice, Susan Rice, Rutgers University, self-censorship, Yakov Smirnoff, Stalin, the Statue of Liberty, The Tea Party, Margaret Thatcher, Donald Trump, the WWF, Harvey Weinstein, Christine Todd Whitman & more!

Uncommon Knowledge
Condoleezza Rice on Footballs: Domestic, International, College, and Professional

Uncommon Knowledge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 59:45


Current Hoover Institution director and former secretary of state and national security advisor to President George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice is the only person in the world who can speak knowledgeably about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the threat from China . . . and the Denver Broncos and why college sports must be saved from itself. And that's exactly what she does in this must-hear conversation.

Guy Benson Show
Sunday Replay: Condoleezza Rice On Russian-Ukraine War, China And NFL Concussion Controversy

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 18:45


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Talks from the Hoover Institution
The Avoidable US-China War – A Conversation With Dr. Condoleezza Rice And Kevin Rudd

Talks from the Hoover Institution

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 62:47


The Hoover Institution hosted The Avoidable US-China War – A Conversation with Dr. Condoleezza Rice and Kevin Rudd on Thursday, October 6, 2022 from 4:30 - 5:30PM PT. A war between China and the US would be catastrophic, deadly, and destructive. Unfortunately, it is no longer unthinkable.  Join the Hoover Institution and Asia Society Northern California for a special conversation with former Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice and former Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd on Thursday, October 6 at 4:00pm Pacific. At his only Northern California-based event, Rudd talks with Dr. Rice who heads Hoover Institution about his new book ‘The Avoidable War: The Dangers of a Catastrophic Conflict between the U.S. and Xi Jinping's China.' The relationship between the US and China, the world's two superpowers, is peculiarly volatile. It rests on a seismic fault—of cultural misunderstanding, historical grievance, and ideological incompatibility. No other nations are so quick to offend and be offended. Their militaries play a dangerous game of chicken, corporations steal intellectual property, intelligence satellites peer, and AI technicians plot. The capacity for either country to cross a fatal line grows daily.  The Avoidable War demystifies the actions of both sides, explaining and translating them for the benefit of the other. Geopolitical disaster is still avoidable, but only if these two giants can find a way to coexist without betraying their core interests through what Rudd calls “managed strategic competition.” Should they fail, down that path lies the possibility of a war that could rewrite the future of both countries, and the world.

Learn to Lead
Back to Human In A Hybrid World

Learn to Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 24:35


Dan Schawbel is a New York Times bestselling author, Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence, workplace researcher, global keynote speaker, podcast host, and career expert. He has led over 60 research studies in partnership with brands like Oracle, WeWork, and American Express in his career, surveying over 3 million people in 26 different countries. Dan has also interviewed over 2,800 leaders including Condoleezza Rice, Reed Hastings, Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, and Meg Whitman. He is the bestselling author of three books: Back to Human, Promote Yourself, and Me 2.0. On this episode, we discussed how leaders have adjusted to management since 2020, what has continued to develop in workplace culture over the past two years, and his thoughts on the prevailing belief that "no one wants to work anymore." Dan shares his thoughts on how leaders can strike the best balance between bringing their teams together and giving employees the freedom to work remotely before telling a story about the best advice he's ever heard.

Inside Influence
Holly Ransom - Living at the leading edge: How to lead when it counts and start before you're ready

Inside Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 70:47


Today's question is a big one for many of us this year, as we emerge from let's call it an ‘intense' period of time – and into a new work and life landscape that's being written as we live it.So here's today's question – how do you lead from the edge?I love this question because it has so many layers to it.How do you lead from the edge of new terrain, where the opportunities are huge but the ‘how' just feels messier than ever?How do you lead in a new world of work, where the rules around how we work, where we work, whether we work at all – have irreversibly changed.And, the conversation that I'm hearing a lot behind closed doors at the moment – how do you lead from your own edge? When your tank feels empty and there's no space to exhale.Today's Guest Holly Ransom is one of Australia's 100 Most Influential Women according to the Australian Financial Review. She has delivered a Peace Charter to the Dalai Lama, was Sir Richard Branson's nominee for Wired Magazine's ‘Future Game Changers to watch' and was awarded the US Embassy's Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Leadership Excellence. Having interviewed the likes of Barack Obama, Malcolm Gladwell, Richard Branson, Billie Jean-King, Condoleezza Rice, Nobel Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus and the world's first humanoid robot Sophia (true fact) - Holly fights complexity with curiosity and fear with fact. Her latest best-selling book The Leading Edge, helps people harness their own potential to lead by asking better questions, thinking beyond traditional answers and building collective momentum for change. It is – in short – A MUST READ for any leader.I first came across Holly's work a few years ago, since then I have watched with growing admiration as her career and influence exploded.It was while talking to a friend that she ended the conversation with: ‘Have you ever met Holly Ransom?' to which I replied: ‘No, but I can tell you she will be the next Prime Minister of Australia'. Having both agreed on that prediction, we were introduced and the rest as they say is history. LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3BnwWdEInstagram: https://bit.ly/3eTDVDsYou'll LearnHolly's experience with the challenge of moving beyond the feeling of wanting to lead - to the practical actions of leadership. Including why most books on leadership still fail the ‘implementation challenge'.How as leaders it is our ‘relationship to stress that's the problem, not stress itself'. This one really hit me. That stress itself is agnostic – the question being more whether the stress we're experiencing is healthy (made up of stretch and challenge) or toxic (made up of fear and a sense of powerlessness).The concept of managing energy not time – and why this is a flip that every iconic leader (and let's face it parent) has to learn how to make. Subscribe to and Review the Inside Influence PodcastThanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Inside Influence Podcast, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave an honest review. Also, don't forget to hop on my website juliemasters.com and download my new ebook The Influencer Code or become an insider by signing up to my newsletter. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Secrets of Statecraft
How History Shaped Dr. Condoleezza Rice

The Secrets of Statecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 38:31


From murderous Jim Crow–era Birmingham, Alabama, via the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, to the defeat of Soviet Communism, the past has had a powerful influence over the worldview of Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former national security advisor and secretary of state. She also comments on the life and career of the late Mikhail Gorbachev.

Network Capital
Career Principles with Investor and Creator Sahil Bloom

Network Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 52:41


In this podcast we cover - 1. Mental models for career pivots 2. The art of thinking like a contrarian 3. Navigating the investment spectrum and breaking into private equity. Sahil Bloom in his own words - "Every week, I create content that reaches over 1 million people around the world across Twitter (@SahilBloom), a newsletter (The Curiosity Chronicle), a podcast (Where It Happens), and more. I am Managing Partner of SRB Ventures, an investment firm committed to investing in and accelerating the most compelling startups in the world. Fund I is a $10 million stage and sector-agnostic vehicle writing $100-250K checks into high-growth technology companies globally. Prior to launching the firm in January 2022, I was an early stage investor in 40+ startups across the technology landscape, including multiple unicorns. I am also an Advisor at Altamont Capital Partners, a generalist investment fund with over $3.5 billion in capital under management, focused on control investments in middle market companies. I previously served as a Vice President at Altamont on the investment team and am an active board member at several Altamont portfolio companies, including Fox Racing, Intermix, and Brixton. I graduated from Stanford University with an M.A. in Public Policy (2014) and a B.A. in Economics & Sociology (2013). While at Stanford, I was a four-year member on the Stanford Baseball Team (2009-2013), twice helping to guide the team to NCAA Super Regional appearances (top-16 finishes). Additionally, I earned two PAC-12 All-Academic Team awards, and twice received the Bruce R. Cameron Memorial Award, given annually to a student-athlete exhibiting excellence in athletics, academics, and leadership. Academically, I was advised in my pursuits by former Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice."

Best of the Left - Progressive Politics and Culture, Curated by a Human

Air Date 8/31/2022 Today, as we wait to see if Trump will ever be indicted for any of his many, many, many crimes, we take a look at the long and illustrious history of powerful people avoiding prosecution in the United States. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com  Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows and Bonus Content) Join our Discord community! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: Welcome to the golden age of white collar crime (with Michael Hobbes) - Pitchfork Economics - Air Date 3-10-20 HuffPost reporter and fellow Seattleite Michael Hobbes join Zach in the studio for a deep dive into his most recent article about white-collar crime. Ch. 2: Flint Residents Outraged as Charges Dropped in Fatal Water Scandal That Poisoned Majority-Black City - Democracy Now - Air Date 5-30-22 Eight years after the deadly Flint water crisis began, the state's Supreme Court has thrown out charges against former Governor Rick Snyder and eight other former officials for their complicity in the public health emergency. Ch. 3: Obama Requests Immunity for War Criminal George W. Bush - The Majority Report - Air Date 8-22-13 Obama's DOJ has requested that George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, and Paul Wolfowitz be granted immunity in a case that is alleging that they violated international law with the Iraq War... Ch. 4: Obama on Investigating Bush Crimes: "Need to Look Forward" - This Week - Air Date 1-11-09 Barack Obama on This Week, January 11, 2009 Ch. 5: How George H.W. Bush's Pardons for Iran-Contra Conspirators Set the Stage for Trump's Impunity - Democracy Now - Air Date 12-4-18 In 1992, when Bush Sr. was president, he pardoned several Iran-Contra defendants, including Caspar Weinberger, Robert McFarlane, and Elliott Abrams. We speak with Greg Grandin. Ch. 6: Pardon Me - Reveal - Air Date 7-6-19 We tell the untold story of a pardon system that is completely broken and a pardon attorney's office that is being ignored by the White House. Ch. 7: Bryan Stevenson on the racial terrorism of lynching - Cape Up - Air Date 4-24-18 Bryan Stevenson wants us to confront our country's racial terrorism and then say, ‘Never again' Ch. 8: Justice Department Weighs Whether Or Not To Prosecute Trump - MSNBC - Air Date 8-29-22 New York Times Justice Department Reporter Katie Benner and former U.S. Attorney Harry Litman discuss how the inquiry into Trump's handling of classified documents poses an unparalleled test for DOJ MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 9: Restoring the Brotherhood of Union: Confederate Pardon and Amnesty Records, 1865-1877 - US National Archives - Air Date 5-21-15 Archives specialist John Deeben provides a brief legislative history of amnesty activity during and after the Civil War. Ch. 10: The power of presidential pardons - PBS NewsHour - Air Date 12-25-20 Pardons are among the most powerful tools a president has. While pardons can be politically motivated, drawing criticism, they can also change lives. FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 11: Final comments on the nature of pardons, accountability and hurt feelings MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions) SHOW IMAGE:  Description: The word “Accountability” is in all caps in white, cracked marblized text above a long rectangle of a computer “loading” bar. The white lines in the loading bar are being drawn in by a hand holding a marker and only fill the bar half-way. Two caution symbols fill in the rest of the bar. Credit: “Handwriting Text Accountability Loading. Concept meaning Forecasting the future event” by Jernej Furman, Flickr | License: CC by 2.0 | Changes: Enlarged, addition of yellow and black caution symbols and “sleeve” to the arm of the hand.

L3 Leadership Podcast
Dr. Henry Cloud on Leadership, Writing, And The Importance Of Coaching

L3 Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 48:44 Transcription Available


Episode Summary: In this episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, Doug interviews Dr. Henry Cloud. In the interview, they walk through the leadership principles taught in three of Dr. Cloud's books, they talk about Dr. Cloud's process for writing books and his advice for aspiring authors, his advice for young leaders, and the importance of coaching for leaders.About Dr.Cloud: Dr. Cloud is an acclaimed leadership expert, psychologist, and best-selling author. He draws on his extensive experience in business, leadership consulting, and clinical psychology, to impart practical and effective advice for improving leadership skills and business performance.In his leadership consulting practice, Dr. Cloud works with Fortune 500 companies and smaller private businesses alike. He has an extensive executive coaching background, and experience as a leadership consultant, devoting the majority of his time working with CEO's, leadership teams and executives to improve performance, leadership skills, and culture.His experience includes three decades as a consultant, and as an entrepreneur, he started and grew a successful chain of treatment centers in over 40 cities across the western United States. His experience running a business of this magnitude lends credibility to his expertise on leadership matters in the companies with which he works.As a speaker, Dr. Cloud has shared the stage with many business and global leaders and experts, such as Tony Blair, Jack Welch, Condoleezza Rice, Desmond Tutu, Marcus Buckingham, and others.Dr. Cloud is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, with a B.S. in psychology. He completed his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Biola University and his clinical internship at Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. His philanthropic interests lie in homelessness in the inner city, as well as missions in the developing world. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Tori, and their two daughters, Olivia and Lucy. He enjoys golf, scuba diving, boating, and fishing.4 Key Takeaways:1. Dr. Cloud discusses his book, Changes that Heal.2. He talks about 4 corner relationships and what those look like in one's life. 3. Dr. Cloud gives advice to aspiring writers. 4. He discusses why he coaches others and why he feels that people need coaching.Quotes From the Episode:“Learn how to be autonomous”. “Everybody's gotta grow up and learn how to be an adult.”“There's no such thing as a self-made person.”Resources Mentioned:Changes that Heal (Affiliate Link) The Power of the Other (Affiliate link)Necessary Endings Connect with Dr. Cloud:Website | Twitter | Facebook | Podcast | Instagram 

Neil Rogers Show
Neil Rogers Show (March 30, 2004)

Neil Rogers Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 186:41


Neil saw part of a documentary about "The King", and he is still dead. Condi Rice got permission to testify before the 9/11 Commission. Lucy Lui is behind the Beaded Curtain, and today's poll is "Who do you think is the biggest liar: Condoleezza Rice, George W. Bush, Richard Clark, Michael Moore, John Kerry, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, Donald Rumsfeld, Greg Reed, or "Moe" Howard David?" O.J., and Fat Rush were added. Crappy callers, so Neil reads some bedtime stories. Half way through the show he changes to "What's your all time favorite Elvis Presley song?" (pick from) "Elvis sucks, Hound Dog, Don't Be Cruel, All Shook Up, Heartbreak Hotel, Jailhouse Rock," and many more. Poll building always takes up lots of time.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 9, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 161:41 Very Popular


Maz properly eulogizes Olivia Newton-John, RIP Lamont Dozier, Pete Davidson's trauma therapy, Ezra Miller arrested, Alex Jones' revenge porn, The Los Angeles Sports Band, and we talk to Dr. Disgusto who has been attacking politicians (allegedly).RIP Motown legend Lamont Dozier.Taylor Swift response to 3LW's lawsuit against her.Australia is super sad that we lost Olivia Newton-John. Rita Wilson is sad. Kate Hudson is sad. TikTok is sad.Elton John needs to stop enabling Britney Spears.Fox 2 meteorologist Derek Kevra was in studio today with ML Elrick promoting LawLapalooza.Music: The Los Angeles Sports Band is Drew's new favorite Matt Farley band. Drew is in love with The Struts lately. RIP Gord Lewis.Pete Davidson is in 'trauma therapy'. Kim K is SO mad at Kanye West.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!The Donald Trump FBI Raid is leading to fantastic comment sections. What a mess.Recent Joe Biden Gaffes: That's not how you put on a jacket, Joe. Nobody is there to shake your hand, Joe.Dave Portnoy is trending. Not because he is being sued, but because of his Little League World Series hot take.Tom Brady's Bored Ape NFT is garbage and basically worthless. Ringo Starr totally understands NFTs and the Metaverse.William Devane wants you to be safe and he can take care of you.Dr. Disgusto strikes Jim Jordan... 36+ times (George Clooney is coming for you, Jim) We check in with Richard Steinle to get his defense of these egregious accusations.Former Pontiac Mayor, Deirdre Waterman, is in hot water over wasteful spending.The family that owns the LCA holdout house were totally going to fix it up.COVID: Gretchen Whitmer has the virus. People aren't getting their toddlers vaccinated for COVID.The US has a teacher shortage.There was a 26-mile-long police chase that ended with a taser.The Motown Museum gets an expansion.Four Northland Mall security guards have been charged in the 2014 death of McKenzie Cochran.Anne Heche is in a coma and may not survive her injuries.Walmart buys the Denver Broncos. Condoleezza Rice and George Lucas' wife get in on the NFL action.Ezra Miller was arrested for felony burglary.Fred Savage was BLOWN OUT by The Wonder Years reboot for inappropriate behavior with a 'young woman crew member'.Sesame Place employees have to go through the ringer because of Racist Rosita.Tom Mazawey joins the show to properly eulogize ONJ since we screwed it up yesterday. We also touch on Woodward Sports, the Big Ten's new television deal, and Billy Ocean music (for some reason).Hard Knocks kicks off tonight featuring the Detroit Lions.Marshawn Lynch got busted for DUI in Las Vegas and took the drunkest mugshot possibly ever.Alex Jones sent Roger Stone nudes of his wife.Check out Kylie Jenner's stupid lab coat.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Larry Summers On Inflation And Mistakes

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 85:05 Very Popular


He’s in the news again this week — after persuading Joe Manchin that the climate and healthcare bill he’s pushing isn’t inflationary. Larry Summers has had a storied career, as the chief economist of the World Bank, the treasury secretary under Clinton, and the director of the National Economic Council under Obama. He also was the president of Harvard University from 2001 to 2006 and remains there as the Charles W. Eliot University Professor. You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above (or on the right side of the player, click “Listen On” to add the Dishcast feed to your favorite podcast app). For two clips of our convo — on how the US government spent way too little during the Great Recession and way too much during the pandemic, and how we can help the working class cope — pop over to our YouTube page.The episode has a lot of thematic overlap with our recent discussion with David Goodhart, author of Head, Hand, Heart: Why Intelligence Is Over-Rewarded, Manual Workers Matter, and Caregivers Deserve More Respect. Here’s a new transcript. And below is a clip from that episode on how our economy overvalues white-collar brain power:Back to inflation talk, here’s a dissent:I’ve been reading your blog for a little over a year now, and listening to Dishcast, which is great. I’ve noticed a few things, however, that I would like you to perhaps respond to, or at least consider. First, what you refer to as “wokeness” on the left is, I agree, an obnoxious problem that has been exacerbated by social media. But I think your recent guest Francis Fukuyama has it mostly correct in his new book, Liberalism and Its Discontents, when he identifies illiberal trends on the political left as being more of an annoyance, or at the very least, far less of a threat to the republic than illiberal trends on the right. Second, I completely disagree with this rather lazy salvo from you: “Biden’s legacy — an abandonment of his mandate for moderation, soaring inflation, an imminent recession, yet another new war, and woker-than-woke extremism — has only deepened it.” It simply is not the case that Biden has not, especially when forced to, hewed towards moderation. Yes, he is attempting to respond to a leftward shift in the Democratic Party by trying to govern more from the left, but this is simply a reflection of political reality. In addition, much of his agenda has been batted down, but more on that in a moment. Next, inflation and an imminent recession have a lot more to do with what the Fed has done over the last four decades — and definitely since the financial crisis of 2008 — than with Joe Biden. On this theme of a highly financialized economy nearing the end of the neoliberal era, I recommend Rana Foroohar on Ezra Klein’s latest podcast, where she talks about the popping of the “Everything Bubble.” Asset-value inflation, deindustrialization, a perverse focus on shareholder value rather than investing in Main Street or even R&D, and an utter lack of policy solutions, have caused this. In addition, as Foroohar herself says, the changes we need to make in our economy are going to be, in the short-to-medium term, inflationary. This means policymakers have to start making policy that actually helps both people and infrastructure, which means spending money. Unfortunately, the garden has gone untended for so long that we’re teetering on the brink of becoming a really shitty country if we don’t take more aggressive action. In addition, with regard to an upcoming recession, Noah Smith wrote on his Substack recently that Keynesian economics would suggest that a quick recession now in order to stomp out inflation would be better in the long run than milquetoast attempts to curb it by raising interest rates too slowly. The idea is that recessions — especially fast and somewhat shallow ones — can be weathered, but inflation that goes on for too long leaves lasting scars on the economy. (Smith identifies the Volker recessions as probably permanently damaging the Rust Belt.) Personally, what I worry about more on the left is not “woke-ism,” but the trendy socialist/ironic/weird outlets like Jacobin or Chapo Trap House, which seem to be doing their damndest to convince younger, more impressionable and less educated people that the whole country is fucked; it’s designed to be fucked because capitalism is fucked; and only its imminent collapse will allow for problems to be solved through revolution/redistribution. Believe me, that sentiment is becoming a real problem, and the people who buy into it are every bit as ideologically rigid, illiberal, and closed to inquiry as those on the rabid right.Next up, listeners sound off on last week’s episode with Fraser Nelson, the British journalist who sized up the prime minister race. The first comment comes from “a long-time libertarian in Massachusetts”:I’ve been reading the Dish for about a year and finally subscribed thanks to your fascinating interview with Fraser Nelson. I was particularly glad to be alerted to Kemi Badenoch.It’s taken awhile to pull the trigger on subscribing to the Dish because of your Trump bashing, since you sound more like Hillary Clinton than William Buckley. I’m perfectly fine with bashing Trump, but I prefer to see it paired with an acknowledgment of the forces that created him, i.e. the abandonment of the middle class by the two major parties, particularly the Democrats. I do think half the country would lose its mind if Trump runs again, so in that sense I sympathize with your sentiments. But the larger context is essential.Some episodes our listener might appreciate — ones sympathetic to the concerns of middle-class Trump voters — include Michael Anton, Mickey Kaus, Ann Coulter and David French. More on the Fraser Nelson pod:Thank you for an outstanding episode. Nelson has almost persuaded me to take out a Spectator subscription! I thought he summed up eloquently and fairly the state of the Conservative Party, Johnson, Sunak and Truss, and the challenges that lie ahead.Like many Brexiteers — and Nelson half-acknowledges this — the Tories have not grappled with the realities of Brexit. The most obvious lacuna in your discussion was the economy. You cannot leave the EU and not increase the size of the state. You have to have more customs arrangements (as we have recently seen at Dover), more vets, more checks and so on, ad nauseam. It’s all very well for conservatives to argue for a smaller state, but they haven’t defined what that will look like and how the services people use now (education, transport, local government, the legal system etc) will be improved, i.e. funded to a better extent than now. Underfunding is obvious and no amount of arguing “we can do it more efficiently” will cut it — the Tories have had 12 years to fix this.Moreover, picking fights with the EU has meant less investment, reduced business confidence and increased uncertainty — except of course in Northern Ireland, which has access to the single market and where business is booming. Listen to NFU President Minette Batters talk about the issues surrounding Truss’s free trade deals with Australia and New Zealand, or fishermen now dealing with the consequences of Brexit. They were once fans. Not so much now.James Carville once said, “It’s the economy, stupid.” Promising tax cuts now when much of the Western world is likely to enter a recession is ridiculously irresponsible, but hey ho, it’s a political campaign and reality will bite once we have a new prime minister, whoever she is.Also, I look forward to hearing Marina Hyde on the Dishcast!This next listener takes issue with some of my phrasing:I enjoyed the Nelson episode overall! But I have to take issue with a rare faux pas from you, where you said that Rishi Sunak is “himself obviously a globalist, just by his very career and nature.” I can’t really understand how you came to this conclusion. Is anyone who worked overseas for some time a “globalist”? Are you a “globalist” because your moved to America? What about Sunak’s “nature” makes him so?Back in 2016, Sunak supported Brexit, which was seen as the losing bet, despite much pressure from David Cameron. And he has set out very clearly in his leadership campaign that he thinks, for example, we need to be tougher on border control. Neither of these things strike me as globalist, nor a return to the Cameron era.On the other hand, I agree with your characterisation of Truss — who voted Remain before undergoing a miraculous and instantaneous change of heart the day after her side lost — as a “dime-store Thatcher.”Speaking of border control, here’s David Goodhart — also from a British perspective — on why elites favor open borders:One more listener on Fraser pod:As a Spectator subscriber (and Glasgow Uni man), I very much enjoyed Fraser Nelson. Mishearing (I think) at around the 37 minute mark when he seemed to refer to Boris getting a first at Oxford, I was reminded of this fine b****y exchange with David Cameron in the Sunday Times back in the day:Surely Boris has been the man Cameron had to beat, ever since they were at school together. 'This is one of the great myths of politics', says the PM [Cameron]. 'These things grow up and it's so long ago no one challenges them, but I don't think we really knew each other at school, he was a couple of years ahead of me. He was very clever.'Then Cameron explodes into a beaming grin. 'But', he says exultantly. 'Boris didn't get a First! I only discovered that on the Panorama programme the other night... I didn't know that'. He is suddenly lit up, almost punching the air with joy.And in that outburst of public-schoolboy competitiveness — Cameron, of course, did get a First — he reveals everything we've always thought about him.Also, when Boris was described as believing the untrue things he said at the time he said them, I’m reminded of George Costanza’s credo that “it’s not a lie if you believe it!” (which, for a fairly left liberal Tory, you’d perhaps take over a Trump analogy).Lastly, a listener looks to a potential guest:If you wish to continue to mine the vein of the global power landscape, its recent evolution this century, and its implications: Condoleezza Rice. She has an interesting perspective from one whose expertise is Russia and is a past practitioner of American statecraft with Russia and China.Thanks, as always, for the suggestion. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe