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This Week In Japan
Ramen Shops Ban Ramen Critics & YouTubers

This Week In Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 37:44


This week we discuss the upcoming virtual Shibuya Halloween experience, Japan's 1st ever typhoon research institute, the 2021 results of the most appealing prefecture survey, and how ramen shops are starting to ban YouTubers and critics.Word of the week:フロリダ (furorida)This episode was recorded on October 15th 2021 in Hiroo, Tokyo.Join the discussion over on www.facebook.com/thisweekinjapanAlso, check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel at youtube.com/japango

The Clark Howard Podcast
10.15.21 Clark Answers His Critics on Clark Stinks / Operational Difficulties: Southwest Airlines

The Clark Howard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 37:19


Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. / Why Clark loves our largest domestic airline - Southwest, what's going on with the recent meltdowns, and Clark smart advice for travelers. Clark Stinks and Ask Clark topics include: Social Security / CREDIT CARDS - Clark.com / 5 Steps To Getting a Good Deal on a Hotel Room / Wawa Launches “Tap, Pay & Save 15 Cents Per Gallon” with the Wawa App through Oct. 31 Want more money advice? Sign up for Clark's free daily newsletter! Free Advice: Clark's Consumer Action Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Moral Combat
The QuickHits special!

Moral Combat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 70:31


In this special episode we argue questions to ruin friendships over! Does pineapple belong on pizza? Which way does the TP go? Star Wars or Star Trek? Cake or Pie? Join the Combat Crew and special guests Jay and Kay from the F My Worklife podcast! (https://twitter.com/fmwlpod) Talk about it Tuesday: https://twitter.com/yessergio find us on Goodpods and rate/review us! (https://tinyurl.com/MConGoodpods)

Cube Critics
Cube Critics go for three: "Halloween Kills", "Squid Game", and "The Rescue"

Cube Critics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 3:54


Cube Critics Samantha Matsumoto and Euan Kerr go for three: "Halloween Kills", "Squid Game", and "The Rescue"

Teleforum
HUD and the Disparate Impact Rule

Teleforum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 50:46


On June 25, 2021, President Biden's newly appointed Housing Secretary Marcia Fudge proposed to rescind a Secretary Carson-era disparate impact rule designed to implement the Fair Housing Act. In its place, HUD would reinstate the 2013 Discriminatory Effect Standard because the 2013 rule "better states Fair Housing Act jurisprudence and is more consistent with the Fair Housing Act's remedial purposes." By the time notice and comment ended on August 24, 2021, over ten thousand public comments had been submitted. Critics of Secretary Fudge's proposed rule, including Ranking Member Senator Pat Toomey, argue that the change not only flouts the Supreme Court's decision in Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities but also ultimately hurt consumers. Proponents argue that the change will move the housing market towards greater equity.Join a panel of experts with a diversity of views to discuss the pros and cons. Featuring:-- Morgan Williams, General Counsel, National Fair Housing Alliance-- Paul Compton, Founding Partner, Compton Jones Dresher-- Moderator: Devon Westhill, President and General Counsel, Center for Equal Opportunity

The Munk Debates Podcast
Be it resolved: The pandemic has proven UBI's time has come

The Munk Debates Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 47:46


While the conversation around a universal basic income - a government program which provides every adult with regular cash payments - has gained traction in recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic turned the fringe experimental program into a reality for millions of people around the globe. Facing skyrocketing unemployment and an impending economic crisis, some governments decided to act swiftly and without conditions: they transferred cash directly into the hands of all their citizens - regardless of age, income, or geography. Proponents of UBI see the pandemic era handouts as proof that the program works. COVID-19 exacerbated income inequality and sped up technological innovation which disproportionately hurt lower wage earners and marginalized communities. Direct cash payments offered financial security to society's most vulnerable and helped transform the broken relationship between individuals and the labour market. It bought precious time and resources for those seeking new economic opportunities in a rapidly-changing workforce. Critics worry that UBI disincentivizes work and rewards indolence. They point to pandemic recovery rehiring difficulties as proof that getting cash handouts without strings attached encourages people to stay out of the workforce all together. Re-positioning government into the role of economic provider threatens individual aspiration for self-reliance and betterment. Furthermore, the already well-off do not need to benefit from cash handouts. If the government wants to address racial and economic injustices it would have much more success by enriching already existing social welfare programs that target those most in need. Arguing for the motion is Scott Santens, Senior Advisor to Humanity Forward and Editor of Basic Income Today. Arguing against the motion is Oren Cass, executive director of American Compass and author of The Once and Future Worker: A Vision for the Renewal of Work in America. QUOTES: SCOTT SANTENS “Basic income is an acknowledgement that everyone has basic needs, and we should make sure that those absolute most basic needs are being met at all times.” OREN CASS “It has always been an American tradition to value reciprocity, and a universal basic income runs directly against that.” Sources: ABC News, Global, Yang Speaks, CNBC, Newzroom Afrika The host of the Munk Debates is Rudyard Griffiths - @rudyardg.   Tweet your comments about this episode to @munkdebate or comment on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/munkdebates/ To sign up for a weekly email reminder for this podcast, send an email to podcast@munkdebates.com. To support civil and substantive debate on the big questions of the day, consider becoming a Munk Member at https://munkdebates.com/membership Members receive access to our 10+ year library of great debates in HD video, a free Munk Debates book, newsletter and ticketing privileges at our live events. This podcast is a project of the Munk Debates, a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to fostering civil and substantive public dialogue - https://munkdebates.com/ The Munk Debates podcast is produced by Antica, Canada's largest private audio production company - https://www.anticaproductions.com/   Executive Producer: Stuart Coxe, CEO Antica Productions Senior Producer: Ricki Gurwitz Editor: Kieran Lynch Associate Producer: Abhi Raheja

Couple of Critics Podcast
165. Keep It Greasy by Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell

Couple of Critics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 95:34


Put on a jean jacket, have a pint, and get rowdy with the Critics as they discuss Keep It Greasy by Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell. Make sure to check out our YouTube channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNMoi0Zihtd5q_67uzz8nnw

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24
Korea 24 - 2021.10.12

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


Korea24 – 2021.10.12. (Tuesday) News Briefing: President Moon Jae-in has called on the prosecution and police to work closely to thoroughly investigate and swiftly shed light on suspicions surrounding a Seongnam land development project. It marked the first time the president has expressed a stance on the scandal. (Koo Hee-jin) In-Depth News Analysis: South Korea's high inheritance tax system has been under the spotlight again, after it was revealed last week that the Samsung Group family plan to sell 2 trillion won in shares of group affiliates to help pay off their 12 trillion won inheritance tax bill. Critics of the tax, the second highest among OECD countries, have said that it’s too high, and finance minister Hong Nam-ki said last week that the government is planning to reform the system. Professor Park Sang-in from Seoul National University’s Graduate School of Public Administration joins us on the line to discuss the issue. Korea Trending with Jung Ye-won: 1. A Seoul court has sentenced Kim Tae-hyun to life in prison for the murder of a mother and her two daughters at an apartment in Nowon, Seoul. ('세 모녀 살해' 김태현, 1심 무기징역 선고) 2. A Korean interpreter for the Singapore Police Force during the 2018 North Korea-US summit has been arrested in the island state after being caught filming women in public bathrooms using hidden cameras. (싱가포르 거주 韓남성 몰카찍다 적발…현지언론 신상 공개) 3. The K-pop ballad group 2AM released a teaser on social media for their new album, ‘Ballad 21 F/W’, due to be released on November 1st, marking their first full comeback with all members since 2014. (2AM, 11월 1일 7년 만에 완전체 컴백) Touch Base in Seoul: Figure skaters Hannah Lim (16) and Ye Quan (19) made history last August, becoming the first ever ice dancing duo representing South Korea to win a medal at an International Skating Union (ISU) Grand Prix event. They especially caught people’s eye dancing to Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ in the Rhythm Dance program. They join us via video call to tell us about their story and their Olympic dreams. Morning Edition Preview with Mark Wilson-Choi: - Jun Ji-hye writes in The Korea Times about how the government imposed for the first time an overseas travel ban on two men who refused to pay child support. - Song Seung-hyun from the Korea Herald features a piece on a film by Korean-American filmmaker Justin Chon, called “Blue Bayou”, about a Korean American Adoptee who faces deportation.

re:POSTED
Critics call to cancel Dave Chappelle, Netflix for ‘ridiculing trans people'

re:POSTED

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 11:34


https://nypost.com/2021/10/07/critics-blast-dave-chappelle-netflix-for-ridiculing-trans-people/

The Determined People Podcast

Critics are usually small-minded people who feel threatened by other's success. Pay no attention to them. Just keep doing what's right...

Bah Humbug: A Christmas Movie Podcast with Helen O'Hara

In this episode of Women Vs Hollywood, Helen O'Hara is joined by film critics Anna Smith, Simran Hans and Rebecca Harrison to discuss the impact of film criticism on the movie industry. You'll hear about our guests' experiences as female film critics, great critics of the past like Pauline Kael, and also how things are slowly beginning to improve for marginalised folks in film criticism. You can find our host, Helen O'Hara (she/her), on Twitter @HelenLOHara.You can also find Helen on The Empire Film Podcast.Comments? Questions? Talk about the show on your social media platform of choice using #WomenVsHollywood.Our Guests This Week Were:Anna Smith (she/her): @annasmithjourno on Twitter Find out more about her work at http://annasmithjourno.com/ Simran Hans (she/her): @heavier_things on TwitterFind out more about her work at https://www.simranhans.com/Rebecca Harrison (she/her): @BeccaEHarrison on TwitterFind out more about her work at http://www.writingonreels.uk/ This week's recommended films were:Leave No Trace (2018), directed by Debra Granik, recommended by Anna SmithWanda (1971), directed by Barbra Louden, recommended by Simran HansYou can purchase Women vs Hollywood in the UK, here: https://uk.bookshop.org/books/women-vs-hollywood-the-fall-and-rise-of-women-in-film/ You can purchase the audiobook of Women vs Hollywood on Audible in the UK, here: https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Women-vs-Hollywood-Audiobook/ You can purchase the audiobook of Women vs Hollywood on Audible in the US, here: https://www.audible.com/pd/Women-vs-Hollywood-Audiobook/ You can pre-order Women vs Hollywood in the US, here: http://bookshop.org/books/women-vs-hollywood-the-fall-and-rise-of-women-in-film/ Host: Helen O'Hara (she/her)Producer: Maddy Searle (she/her)Executive Producers: Kobi Omenaka (he/him) and Ella Watts (she/her)Artwork: Steve Leard (he/him) Music: Jazz Apricot – Joey Pecoraro; Jazz Mango – Joey Pecoraro; Walk Through The Park – TrackTribe; On Hold For You by Kevin MacLeod - Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/6928-on-hold-for-you - License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license; Members Only – Track Tribe; Night on the Town - Track Tribe SFX: stefan021 via freesound.org Find out more about Stripped Media and our other shows on our website, here: https://stripped.media/our-podcasts/ If you enjoyed this episode, please consider giving us a five star review on iTunes or your Podcatcher of choice, and telling your friends and family about the show. Word of mouth is still the best way to market any podcast, and every little helps! From the whole team at Women vs Hollywood: thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Scoot Show with Scoot
Fans and critics quick to criticize Jameis Winston

The Scoot Show with Scoot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 34:31


Scoot talks about the fairness of fans critiquing Jameis Winston as the Saints starting quarterback so far this season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller
Did Ben Silence His Critics?

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 15:48


Did Ben silence his biggest critics yesterday?  We ask the leader of that pack.  Chris says he's not there yet.  We also react to Jay Glazer saying Mike Tomlin wants a veteran quarterback next year if Ben decides to retire. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The TMZ Podcast
Kim Kardashian Blows Away Critics on "SNL"

The TMZ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 25:25


Kim Kardashian surpassed everyone's expectations on SNL. Jamie Lynn Spears is being criticized for cashing in on Britney's troubles. George Clooney recalls "knucklehead" Trump chasing girls. The fentanyl crisis is continuing to ravage America, but an unheralded product may help save countless lives. Morgan Freeman makes it clear: he is AGAINST defunding the police.

New Books in Intellectual History
Paola Ugolini, "Court and Its Critics: Anti-Court Sentiments in Early Modern Italy" (U Toronto Press, 2020)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 56:42


The fashionable and decorous men whom we recognize in portraits and letters from the Italian Renaissance penned some of the most scathing critiques of the courts in which they served. Such anti-courtly discourse furnished a platform for discussing pressing questions of early modern Italian society. The court was the space that witnessed a new form of negotiation of identity and prestige, the definition of masculinity and of gender-specific roles, the birth of modern politics and of an ethics based on merit and on individual self-interest. In The Court and Its Critics: Anti-Court Sentiments in Early Modern Italy (University of Toronto Press, 2020), Paola Ugolini analyzes anti-courtly critiques using a wide variety of sources including manuals of courtliness, dialogues, satires, and plays, from the mid-fifteenth to the early seventeenth century. The book is the first work of its kind, as it systematically investigates anti-court sentiments across an impressive number of primary sources. At its core, the book reimagines the agency of authors who served in roles they often despised, and it prompts questions of the psychological effect of transforming the self in order to please those in power. An elegantly written study, The Court and Its Critics will be of interest to scholars of the early modern period as well as to those who are curious about the fraught history of the development of the self. Gerry Milligan is Professor of Italian at the College of Staten Island, where he serves as Director of Honors. He is Professor in Italian and Global Early Modern Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. His NBN interview is available at Moral Combat: Women, Gender, and War in Italian Renaissance Literature. 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 History
Paola Ugolini, "Court and Its Critics: Anti-Court Sentiments in Early Modern Italy" (U Toronto Press, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 56:42


The fashionable and decorous men whom we recognize in portraits and letters from the Italian Renaissance penned some of the most scathing critiques of the courts in which they served. Such anti-courtly discourse furnished a platform for discussing pressing questions of early modern Italian society. The court was the space that witnessed a new form of negotiation of identity and prestige, the definition of masculinity and of gender-specific roles, the birth of modern politics and of an ethics based on merit and on individual self-interest. In The Court and Its Critics: Anti-Court Sentiments in Early Modern Italy (University of Toronto Press, 2020), Paola Ugolini analyzes anti-courtly critiques using a wide variety of sources including manuals of courtliness, dialogues, satires, and plays, from the mid-fifteenth to the early seventeenth century. The book is the first work of its kind, as it systematically investigates anti-court sentiments across an impressive number of primary sources. At its core, the book reimagines the agency of authors who served in roles they often despised, and it prompts questions of the psychological effect of transforming the self in order to please those in power. An elegantly written study, The Court and Its Critics will be of interest to scholars of the early modern period as well as to those who are curious about the fraught history of the development of the self. Gerry Milligan is Professor of Italian at the College of Staten Island, where he serves as Director of Honors. He is Professor in Italian and Global Early Modern Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. His NBN interview is available at Moral Combat: Women, Gender, and War in Italian Renaissance Literature. 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 Network
Paola Ugolini, "Court and Its Critics: Anti-Court Sentiments in Early Modern Italy" (U Toronto Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 56:42


The fashionable and decorous men whom we recognize in portraits and letters from the Italian Renaissance penned some of the most scathing critiques of the courts in which they served. Such anti-courtly discourse furnished a platform for discussing pressing questions of early modern Italian society. The court was the space that witnessed a new form of negotiation of identity and prestige, the definition of masculinity and of gender-specific roles, the birth of modern politics and of an ethics based on merit and on individual self-interest. In The Court and Its Critics: Anti-Court Sentiments in Early Modern Italy (University of Toronto Press, 2020), Paola Ugolini analyzes anti-courtly critiques using a wide variety of sources including manuals of courtliness, dialogues, satires, and plays, from the mid-fifteenth to the early seventeenth century. The book is the first work of its kind, as it systematically investigates anti-court sentiments across an impressive number of primary sources. At its core, the book reimagines the agency of authors who served in roles they often despised, and it prompts questions of the psychological effect of transforming the self in order to please those in power. An elegantly written study, The Court and Its Critics will be of interest to scholars of the early modern period as well as to those who are curious about the fraught history of the development of the self. Gerry Milligan is Professor of Italian at the College of Staten Island, where he serves as Director of Honors. He is Professor in Italian and Global Early Modern Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. His NBN interview is available at Moral Combat: Women, Gender, and War in Italian Renaissance Literature. 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

Rotten Potatoes
Ep 73: Alien

Rotten Potatoes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 57:06


The RP bois are in week 2 of Spooktober discussing this iconic space horror. Who loved it and who hated it? You might be surprised.

Joy Church Audio Podcast
Haters Gonna Hate

Joy Church Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 50:45


Critics are loud. Success is louder.

The FOX News Rundown
FOX News Rundown EXTRA: Brian Kilmeade Discusses FOX News, Pandemic Politics And His Critics

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 23:30


On October 7th, 1996 the Fox News Channel went on air for the first time. 25 years later, it has become the number one, highest-rated network in the industry and changed both media and politics forever.  Co-host of Fox and Friends and host of "The Brian Kilmeade Show," Brian Kilmeade joined FOX News in 1996 and remains one its biggest stars on both TV and radio. On the FOX News Rundown earlier this week, host Dave Anthony spoke to Brian Kilmeade about the channel's early days and how he and his colleagues reported on some of the biggest news events of the last 25 years.   Kilmeade also discussed how he began his talk show on Fox News Radio, the experience of covering several presidents and the inspiration for his new book, "The President and The Freedom Fighter." The original interview was too long and we couldn't include it all in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with FOX News host Brian Kilmeade.

The Chip Franklin Show
October 8 2021 Chip Franklin - LA County Mandates Vax Proof

The Chip Franklin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 17:35


ABC's Alex Stone -  As of today, vaccine proof is required to enter some places in the nation's most populated county.  10 million people live in Los Angeles County and now they have to show they have been vaccinated to enter a bar, winery, nightclub or lounge.  And as of today proof of the vaccine or a recent negative test is required to enter a large event like a Dodgers or Lakers game or a concert.  Beginning next month in the city of LA vaccine proof will be required to enter restaurants, shopping centers, and entertainment venues.  Supporters of vaccine mandates say there is strong evidence they work in other countries and at places like United Airlines where a mandate caused over 99% of employees to get vaccinated.  Critics claim they don't work and rob Americans of their freedoms.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

American Theatre's Offscript
Offscript: Jokes and Epiphanies With Will Eno

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


The playwright of 'Middletown' and 'Thom Pain' talks about his new Ibsen adaptation, 'Gnit,' the often winding pursuit of the self, and the lessons of community.

The Clark Howard Podcast
10.08.21 Clark Answers His Critics on Clark Stinks / Early Bird Holiday Shopping a Must This Year.

The Clark Howard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 31:30


Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. / Holiday shopping - in October? Several factors make that a good idea this year, including current deals. Clark Stinks and Ask Clark topics include: The Free Account Everyone Needs To Set Up Before Retirement / Read This Before You Sign Up for Health Insurance at Work / How to decide if medical tourism is a viable option for you / The 14 Cheapest and Best Grocery Stores / Report: The #1 Supermarket for Customer Satisfaction - Automatic Bill Pay: How It Works and How to Do It Safely Want more money advice? Sign up for Clark's free daily newsletter! Free Advice: Clark's Consumer Action Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Moral Combat
The ICONoclash 12-1

Moral Combat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 60:43


In this episode we crown our champion of The Sportsball Blitz. Greg seeds the ICONoclash in the most Greg way possible and we argue the opening round match ups in the ICONoclash! Make sure you head to https://moralcombatpod.com to vote for this weeks matchups! Guest: KatmandidTV (https://twitch.tv/Katmandidtv) Talk About it Tuesday: Bella Moulden (https://tinyurl.com/BellaMouldenYT) find us on Goodpods and rate/review us! (https://tinyurl.com/MConGoodpods)

Cube Critics
Cube Critics check out "No Time to Die" and "The Last Duel"

Cube Critics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 3:51


Cube Critics Euan Kerr and Samantha Matsumoto check out "No Time to Die" and "The Last Duel"

Will & Amala LIVE
ESPN Suspends Host, Dave Chappelle Triggers Critics, & Zodiac Killer Revealed? 10/6/21

Will & Amala LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 57:09


On today's show: ESPN suspends host Sage Steele for having the wrong opinions on race and mandates, LA passes a sweeping new v-x mandate, Dave Chappelle triggers the critics again, and did we finally find out who the Zodiac Killer was?

Intentional Life Coach Podcast
Are you DISSATISFIED with the Church?

Intentional Life Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 45:11


Dissatisfied ChristiansAre you a Christian who is frustrated with the Church? If you are, you're not alone. More and more Christians are frustrated with the Church than ever.I recently had a conversation with a passionate follower of Jesus, evidenced by his many Christian tattoos. He even had some in biblical Hebrew, but I couldn't read it. I took Hebrew in Seminary, but that was a long time ago and I got a C.I asked him if he was a Christian and what church he went to. He didn't know I was a pastor, so that permitted him to be honest with me.He averted his eyes and shook his head and said, "Man, I'm done with the Church."I felt his frustration and his disappointment. He didn't have to say anything else. I knew what he was feeling.An uncomfortable prolonged beat of silence stretched out between us as searched for something encouraging to say. I'm usually not at a loss for words, but nothing wise and pithy came to me. When he finally reestablished eye contact with me, all I could do is nod my head in agreement and say, "Man, I know what you mean."I used to think that dissatisfaction with the Church was a sign of an individual's spiritual immaturity or religious consumerism. But not anymore. I'm realizing that the angsty dissatisfaction and frustration that many Christians (especially among Gen Y and Gen Z) feel about the Church is becoming normative.But we have to ask, "Is this a good thing?"Is it okay for a Christian to be dissatisfied and frustrated with the Church?Yes, of course, it's okay.Do you know how I know it's okay to be frustrated with the Church? The Head of the Church, our Lord Jesus Christ himself gets frustrated with the Church.In Revelations 2-3, Jesus speaks to the Seven Churches in Asia Minor. For 6 out of 7 of those churches, Jesus has harsh words of rebuke and correction for them. In essence, he says, "I'm not happy with you. If you don't change your ways, I'm going to shut you down."Currently today, I believe that the level of our dissatisfaction with the state of the Church is a huge problem. But the problem isn't that we are too dissatisfied with the Church. I believe that the real problem is that we are not dissatisfied enough.We have become comfortable with how things are. We are happy and content with the mess that the Church is in. Most Christians are just fine with the way things are in the Church even though we have drifted away from God's plan and purpose for us.If you're not disappointed with the Church, just look at what we've become known for. Ask anyone outside the Church what they think of us. What will they say?They will say that we are political, selfish, unloving, and care only about ourselves. They will say we are tribal, judgmental, hypocritical, power-hungry, and driven by greed. They will say we are people who are angry, combative, defensive, and who react out of fear. That we are known more for our passionate fight for our politics and culture war issues, and not the Gospel.This is not how it's supposed to be. We used to be known for our love, unity, and generosity. Reaching out to our neighbors. Caring for the needy. Advocating for the powerless. Welcoming the stranger. Loving our enemies, enduring persecution, and praying for those who persecute us.We were bold proclaimers of the saving message of the Gospel of Jesus. We were once salt and light. A city on a hill to guide the way for a lost and dying world. But now our salt has lost its saltiness.It saddens me that the Church today has become more associated with politics and conspiracy theories than the Gospel of Jesus. It's no wonder that we are becoming less and less relevant to the world God has called us to reach.Jesus asked, "If salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again?"More Dissatisfaction, Not LessHow are we going to fix the mess we're in? You may not like my answer.I believe that, if we're going to dig ourselves out of this mess, we need faithful Christians to become more dissatisfied with the Church, not less.I want you to be bothered at how far we've fallen. I want you to be frustrated and grieve and how things are. I want you to get mad at what the Church has become.I see far too many Christians focusing on what's wrong with the world. They get mad and complain about the world, but they ignore what's wrong with us. I want us to take that passion and energy as we look at ourselves and how we need to change.I believe that no biblical, faithful Christian should be satisfied with the state of the Church today. I want to encourage you to be more dissatisfied with the Church, not less. But I want to make sure that your dissatisfaction is productive and not destruction.Two Kinds of DissatisfactionThere are two kinds of dissatisfaction. They may look the same at first glance, but that can't be more different. Sometimes it's hard to tell them apart, but one is good and healthy and the other is bad and destructive.The first type of dissatisfaction is "Productive Dissatisfaction." This is when you say, "Wow, this place is a mess. Let's tear it down so we can fix it and make it better."Imagine the Church is like an old house that you inherit from your grandparents. It's old and smells funny. It has a different ugly mismatched wallpaper in every room. There's termite damage, mold in the walls, faulty electrical wiring, and poisonous lead paint. But at least the asbestos glue is keeping the linoleum in place.Even so, the house has good bones with great potential. You've watched Chip and Joanna Gaines do more with less. So you say, "We got to tear out all that stuff so we can fix it and make it better." That's productive dissatisfaction.The second type of dissatisfaction is "Destructive Dissatisfaction." This is when you see the mess and say, "Let's tear it down and light it on fire!"Which type of dissatisfaction do you have? Productive or destructive? What do you have in your hands? Do you have a broom or a molotov cocktail?Signs of Productive DissatisfactionTo make things better, we need more Christians who are filled with healthy productive dissatisfaction. There's a lot of work to do. If you're ready to put down that molotov cocktail and pick up a broom, I have three suggestions for you.1) Make sure your expectations for the Church are biblical and healthy.Disappoint comes from having unmet expectations. You need to make sure that the expectations you have for the Church come from the Bible. Make sure that your expectations are not selfish, immature, or politically motivated. This isn't a matter of personal preference or opinion. You should expect the Church to be what the Bible says it should be.In Acts 2:40-42, the Bible describes the beautiful beginnings of the Church. It describes a loving community of people from diverse backgrounds who were radically changed by God. They were united by their love for each other and commitment to God's mission.They formed a unique community of trust, vulnerability, love, and support. Former enemies and political rivals became brothers and sisters in God's adopted family. They met together daily in the public square and welcomed each other into their homes. As my father-in-law would say, they gave each other "refrigerator rights."They gathered to study the teachings of Jesus. They ate and shared the bread and wine in remembrance of Jesus' death. They worshiped and praised God together. They joyfully sacrificed for each other. The Bible said they sold their possessions and gave the proceeds to anyone who had a need.And God blessed them. He presence with them in a mighty way. God was at work and they enjoyed favor with all the people. God used this newly formed adopted spiritual family to radically transform their community, and eventually the entire world.We today, the Church, are the direct spiritual descendants of that original family of faith. The bad news is that we have fallen so far from that description that it's hard to believe we have any connection with them at all.If you read the Bible and are frustrated with how short we have fallen from God's plan and design for us, then you're in good company. I share your frustration. I also believe that how things are in the Church today is not how Jesus intended it to be.The first step in reforming the Church is to make sure your expectations are biblical and healthy.2) Make sure your dissatisfaction is motivated by love and concern for the Church.Don't be a hater or a troll. Don't just stand outside and be a critic. Critics don't love what they are criticizing.I'm not saying that you can't say anything critical or challenging about the Church. Just make sure it's coming from a place of love and concern, and not from a critical heart.One of the New Testament Church's biggest critics was the Apostle Paul himself. He was hugely frustrated with the Church at different times. Many of his epistles were written out of frustration at how the Church was missing the mark.The most scathing letter Paul ever wrote was his first epistle to the Church in the city of Corinth. We call it 1 Corinthians. The Church in Corinth had lost its way. It fell into moral compromise and fell into false doctrine. Paul doesn't pull any punches and speaks to them very harshly. But it worked. They receive Paul's instructions and start to turn the church around.A little while later, Paul writes a follow-up letter (we call it 2 Corinthians). In this second letter, Paul softens his tone and apologizes for being so harsh with them earlier.He writes:For I wrote you out of great distress and anguish of heart and with many tears, not to grieve you but to let you know the depth of my love for you. (2 Corinthians 2:4)Paul was frustrated and dissatisfied with the Church at Corinth. He let his frustrations be known loudly and publicly. But, please notice, that his dissatisfaction was motivation out of his love, care, and concern for the Church. He said those harsh words out of "great distress and anguish of heart." Paul cried "many tears" as an expression of the depth of his love for them.The source of Paul's frustration is an example to us. His frustration was motivated by love.When you see the Church going astray, it's okay to be frustrated. As long as it's motivated from a place of love, care, and concern, go ahead and let your frustrations show. Just don't be a hater, a troll, or a critic. Critics don't what they are criticizing.Saint Augustine is a good example of this. During the 4th Century, during a time when the Church was going astray by merging power and identity with the Roman Empire, Saint Augustine valiantly lead a faithful remnant.Faithful Christians were appalled at the level of compromise and corruption in the Church in that era. They were justifiably dissatisfied and frustrated. Many thought that the Church was irredeemable.They complained, "The Church has become a whore! She has become a whore to the Roman Empire!"They wanted to tear down the whole thing and set it on fire. But not Saint Augustine. While he couldn't deny that the Church was becoming more and more corrupted with power and association with the political might of the Roman Empire, he argued for a more productive way forward.Saint Augustine is said to have replied, "The Church may be a whore, but she is my mother."Augustine couldn't deny that the Church was unhealthy and becoming more and more corrupt. But he loved the Church. He couldn't turn his back on her. He couldn't just tear it down and light it on fire.In essence, he said, "I know the Church is a mess, but I love her dearly. Let's figure out how we can fix it, not blow it up."The second step to reforming the Church is to make sure we are motivated by genuine love, care, and concern for the Church.3) Turn your dissatisfaction into a catalyst for change.If you're dissatisfied and frustrated with the Church, don't just complain. Don't just be a critic. Critics never change anything. Instead, allow your dissatisfaction to grow in your soul to become a catalyst for change.One of the ingredients necessary for any change is dissatisfaction. Dissatisfaction is the beginning of change. No change can happen unless you are sick and tired of how things are.As I stated earlier, I believe our problem is that we are not dissatisfied enough. Many of us are dissatisfied enough to complain, or maybe even get up and leave. But I see few Christians dissatisfied enough to make changes.This is how revolutions and reformations are born. They are birthed in the hearts of dissatisfied people who have had enough of the way things are that they finally decide to do something about it.This is how the Civil Rights Movement started. Rosa Parks was sick and tired of being treated as a second-class citizen, so she refused to go to the back of the bus. This is how the Protestant Reformation got started. Martin Luther was sick and tired of all the ways that the Church was becoming unfaithful and corrupt. He wrote a manifesto and detail 95 changes that the Church needed to make and he nailed his lengthy document to the front door of the largest church in town. That manifesto is known as the 95 Thesis became the spark that lit the fire that became the Protestant Reformation.Don't just be a complainer. Become a reformer. Allow your dissatisfaction to become a catalyst for change. Don't just talk about it. Be about it.This reminds me of the story of Nehemiah. He's one of my favorite people in the Bible. Nehemiah was the royal servant to the most powerful man in the world, the King of Babylon. He had a cushy job in the royal palace.Everything was great for Nehemiah. That is until he got a report about the dilapidated conditions of Jerusalem, God's Holy City. When he found out that Jerusalem was in ruins, its walls broken down and gates burned with fire, the Bible said he broke down and wept for days.This lead to a period of fasting, mourning, and prayer. Eventually, his dissatisfaction grew to the point that it was unbearable for him to do nothing about it. That's when he started making a plan to restore Jerusalem.From hundreds of miles away, Nehemiah architected a detailed plan on how he would rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. He calculated how much it would cost, how much lumber and supplies he would need. He thought through the process of getting permits. He decided that he needed security and a line of credit. Included in his plan was an estimate of how long this building project would take.When Nehemiah had the opportunity, he asked the King of Babylon for permission to leave his cushy job in the palace to go and rebuild Jerusalem. When the king asked him what this rebuilding project entailed, Nehemiah, show him the detailed plan he was working on.Nehemiah said, "King, this is how much this project is going to cost. Here is the materials list. This is how many men I'll need to take with me. And this is how long it's going to take. Can I go?"Impressed with Nehemiah's thorough plan, the king blessed Nehemiah's plan and even paid for the whole rebuilding project. When Nehemiah finally arrived in Jerusalem, he gathered up all the people living in the ruined city.He said to them:"You see the trouble we are in: Jerusalem lies in ruins, and its gates have been burned with fire. Come, let us rebuild the wall of Jerusalem, and we will no longer be in disgrace." (Nehemiah 2:17)How did the people respond?They replied, "Let us start rebuilding." So they began this good work.The restoration of Jerusalem started as a seed of sadness and dissatisfaction in Nehemiah's heart. It grew to become a catalyst to change. When the people saw Nehemiah's passion for change, it rubbed off on them. And they go to work.Three OptionsThings are bad right now for the Church. There's no denying it.What are we going to do about it?I think there are three options:Ignore it.Complain about it.Or try to fix it.If we're going to fix this mess, we first need passionate, committed Jesus-followers who are filled with dissatisfaction. But we need to make sure that our dissatisfaction is productive, and not destructive. We need a dissatisfaction that comes from biblical and healthy expectations for the Church. We need to make sure that our dissatisfaction is motivated by love and concern for the Church. And we need people who are committed enough to do more than complain but will roll up their sleeves and get to work.Things may be bad right now. You may be dissatisfied with how things are. The Church is a mess right now, so let's pick up a broom and get to work. We need you.

Kyle Meredith With...
KSI on Lil Wayne Collab and Silencing Critics: “I Feel Like My World is a Simulation”

Kyle Meredith With...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:11


KSI hops on the line with Kyle Meredith to discuss All Over The Place and its many different styles of music. The YouTuber/rapper talks about recording an indie rock song with Lil Wayne, deciding the message he wants to convey in his lyrics, and being an undefinable musician. JJ also tells us about wanting to invent a persona on a future album and the details behind an upcoming Amazon documentary about his life. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Tcast
Data-Driven Government Surveillance Can Be a Nightmare

Tcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 10:00


Can data be used to harm other people? The reality is that in some parts of the world, it is already being used to trial increased surveillance and fuel oppressive social systems. This is a clear indication that technology will only ever be a reflection of the human hands responsible for its creation and maintenance.  In this episode, Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby discuss the social implications of China's authoritarian hold on its citizens—particularly its military-industrial complex's creation of a three-billion US dollar supercomputer satellite center in the country's Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site.  Despite the official statement claiming that this enormous tech site will be used as part of a “massive constellation of commercial satellites” that can “offer services from high-speed internet for aircraft to tracking coal shipments,” we think it pays to be a little critical of the difference between what's being reported—and what's being done.   Big Brother Is Watching: China has been the subject of widespread criticism after it announced the development of a social credit system in 2011. This system builds on a mass surveillance structure of more than 770 million cameras installed across the country as of 2019, with expectations that it will eventually hit the one billion mark by the end of 2021. The social credit system is used to score individuals and companies based on a collection of data from different sources. Individuals are rewarded for appropriate social behavior, such as proper conduct on mass transportation systems and adherence to waste sorting rules in their city.  Conversely, they will be punished for “negative behavior” which can include elderly residents suing family members for not visiting regularly (Shanghai); cheating in online video games (Suzhou), failing to show for reservations at hotels or restaurants (Suzhou); and failing to pick up any take-out food that was ordered (Suzhou). Individuals with poor credit scores will face restrictions on loans, transportation, and even education. As part of the system's effort to encourage good behavior, some local governments offer incentives to those with a higher credit score. These people will be prioritized in health care provision, and can even waive deposits to rent public housing.  Businesses are required to submit data on their operations and on their partners and suppliers. Their credit score can be influenced by their behavior and ratings from their suppliers.  Finally, individuals and businesses that are deemed “untrustworthy” will be publicly named and shamed.   The Social Credit System: Thought Police?: A society where human behavior is closely controlled and dictated by the state, through the latest technological capabilities, sounds like the plot of a dystopian sci-fi novel like George Orwell's 1984—but this is already the reality for more than a billion individuals and 28 million companies in China. What are the implications of the social credit system? Critics are quick to point out that the government is using incomplete or inaccurate data to determine the provision of social privileges, and sometimes rights, for their own citizens. The implementation of a stable credit system is also dependent on the strength of basic services, such as regulation in the credit industry and data protection. Those with lose credit scores may find it difficult to continue to progress in society, particularly if there is no concrete policy that can support their rehabilitation or reintegration. Lastly, in a world where we have yet to fully account for all the factors that contribute to how and why we make decisions, this could easily turn into a system that disproportionately punishes people and businesses who are already struggling.    A Glimpse Into 1984: Beyond 1984, the hit television series Black Mirror also showed a glimpse into a society where people are controlled by their data. One of their episodes, entitled Nosedive, draws viewers into a world where everyone's social status is controlled by the quality of their ratings on social media. A series of unfortunate events that are outside of the protagonist's control have a massive impact on her credit score, which in turn cripples her socioeconomic status. These important pieces of media and literature highlight how the agnosticism of data, alongside the impact of human intervention, can drastically change the impact of technology. It is our responsibility to ensure that AI is developed with a conscientious hand, and that it is capable of empowering minorities instead of widening the inequality gap.   Closing Thoughts: Humanity's thirst for innovating new and exciting ways of harnessing technology compels us to participate in a shared initiative: one that will help preserve our free will, personal autonomy, and human rights.  The TARTLE platform is our life's work toward ensuring that your personal data remains personal. Everything you share is given with your full consent, and we help you connect to other like-minded individuals and organizations who can represent your interests. www.tartle.co   Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe.   The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby.   What's your data worth?   Find out at: https://tartle.co/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial   Spread the word!

The Joe Pags Show
Biden intensifies integrating woke politics into DOJ and new war targeting parents proves it, critics say

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 113:14


It's Taco Tuesday!!! ***Pags Parody! Dr Richard Urso on #COVID19 treatments that work and stopping the unscientific misinformation. Jason Ho on China stealing Technology and more! Pags is ON!

Couple of Critics Podcast
164. Speak Now by Taylor Swift w/ Travis Harpster

Couple of Critics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 135:07


The Critics welcome back Travis Harpster even though he brought an album that neither Michelle or Sam wanted to ever hear! That's right, Travis had the Critics listen to Speak Now by Taylor Swift and the gloves are coming off! Will they become Swifties or will the Swifties come for them? This episode features Guess That Melody w/ Travis!

Tim Pool Daily Show
S5200 - Democrats SLAMMED For IRS Scheme To Spy On Accounts With $600 Or More, Critics Say It Taxes The Poor

Tim Pool Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 78:42


Democrats SLAMMED For IRS Scheme To Spy On Accounts With $600 Or More, Critics Say It Taxes The Poor. Progressives say this will actually tax the rich but rich people typically have more than $600 in their accounts. Republicans are calling this mass surveillance, spying, and a scheme to tax the poor. All of which is True Biden claims his build back better agenda costs zero dollars and what he really means is that it costs him zero dollars. It'll cost you $3.5 trillion #Democrats #Republicans #IRS Become A Member And Protect Our Work at http://www.timcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Incredible Critics
Incredible Critics - Ep. 227

Incredible Critics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 42:44


Ben and Frankie aren't here, so it's CONSOLE CORNER time!

TIME's The Brief
Here's How to Fix Facebook, According to Former Employees and Leading Critics... and More Stories

TIME's The Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 29:36


Included in this episode: 1. Here's How to Fix Facebook, According to Former Employees and Leading Critics 2. New York's Vaccine Mandate Is Working, But Hospitals Are Struggling With the Fallout 3. The Biden Administration Promised ‘Immediate' Aid to Haitian Deportees. It Has Yet to Arrive 4. Why TV and Film Workers Just Authorized One of the Biggest Strikes in Hollywood History .

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
The push to decriminalize jaywalking

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 21:28


Rules against jaywalking are rarely enforced, but in many places, when someone does get a ticket, it's more likely than not a person of color — and the penalty is steep.Jaywalking tickets disproportionately affect communities of color in California's biggest cities. Critics say that's because of systemic racism, and state lawmakers want to address the disparity. A bill currently awaiting the signature of Gov. Gavin Newsom, known as the Freedom to Walk act, would get rid of penalties for pedestrians who try to cross the street when it's safe, even against a red light.Today we talk to state Assemblymember Phil Ting, who introduced the bill. And walking advocate John Yi discusses getting from Point A to Point B with convenience and dignity.More reading:Editorial: Trying to cross the street shouldn't be a crimeO.C. deputies argued over whether to stop Kurt Reinhold before fatally shooting him2018 Op-Ed: Cars are running over people left and right. So why is LAPD targeting pedestrians and not drivers?

Cinematic Doctrine
Venom: Let There Be Carnage - It's Embarrassing and Weird

Cinematic Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 83:46


MOVIE DISCUSSION:  Melvin & Dan waste no time with banter and jump right into discussing Sony's latest Marvel feature, Venom: Let There Be Carnage!Topics: Daniel reviews the new Venom track by Eminem. Melvin suspects Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be the worst movie the two of them discuss on the podcast.Both Melvin & Dan each had a moment while watching Venom: Let There Be Carnage where they covered their faces with embarrassment.Critics seem to be embracing Venom: Let There Be Carnage, warts and all!Daniel explains what he likes about the movie.Daniel thanks our lovely Patreon Supporters for helping him get AMC Stubs A-List which permits him to see movies for the show at no expense!Talking about the source of this particular interpretation of Venom.Discussing the mid-credits scene, the only thing truly worth noting about Venom: Let There Be Carnage.A semi-continuation of our "Let's Talk" Canon & Continuity discussion regarding which communities will consider or delineate canon.Recommendations: R.C. Sproul's "Matthew: An Expositional Commentary"What We Do in the Shadows (Movie)Colossal (Movie)Support on Patreon for Unique Perks! Social Links: Twitter Website Facebook Group Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinematicDoctrine)

Six O'Clock News
04/10/2021 The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has taken on his critics inside the Conservative party with a defence of higher taxes

Six O'Clock News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 30:43


At the Conservative Conference, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has taken on his critics inside the party with a defence of higher taxes

Dave Lee Down Under Podcast
#52 - Will Marvel LOSE Rights to THE AVENGERS??

Dave Lee Down Under Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 126:49


In this episode of the Dave Lee Down Under Podcast we Marvel and Disney's latest legal woes, and what the critics are saying about Bond 25 and Venom 2! CO-HOST: Old Mate Rick Watch the VIDEO PODCAST at DLDU Podcast YouTubePlease SUBSCRIBE to Dave Lee Down Under EXTRA Head to kicks.com.au and use the code DAVE15 for 15% OFF your order! Check Out randomspacemedia.comThe Hollywood Reporter's Disney's Avengers Sized Legal Problem Article: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/disney-copyright-termination-1235020849/ ON THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Show start03:35 - A slow week!12:33 - Dave's YouTube Verification 15:05 - What We've Been Watching - Movies31:05 - Critics thoughts on James Bond 25 ‘No Time to Die'36:07 - Critics thoughts on ‘Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage'41:10 - What We've Been Watching - TV 51:12  - Mad Men Update 54:29  - Partner Highlights & Giveaway winner announced! 56:55 - Shite or Alright 01:18:18 - Trailer Trash - Walt Disney Animation's ‘Encanto' 01:25:01  - Movie News - This Week's Big Stories01:25:25 - Scarlett Johansson and Disney Settle Lawsuit01:30:00 - Disney and Marvel Being Sued for Rights of Avengers Characters01:38:19 - Ridley Scott Says ‘Gladiator 2' FINALLY on the Way01:40:48 - Timothée Chalamet's ‘Wonka' Starts Filming01:45:33 - New George Clooney and Brad Pitt Movie Heads to Apple TV+ 01:48:27 - Subscriber Questions & Letters AND THE NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL! 02:01:26 - Show Wrap FIND DAVE ON:YOUTUBEDave Lee Down UnderDave Lee Down Under EXTRADave Lee Down Under PodcastTWITTER   @daveleedwnundrINSTAGRAM    @daveleedwnundrAMAZON US AFFILIATE STOREAMAZON UK AFFILIATE STORE

Trumpcast
What Next: The Supreme Court Confronts Its Critics

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 33:18


As the U.S. Supreme Court begins a new session, several justices are trying to reassure the public of the court's nonpartisanship. But, as Slate's Dahlia Lithwick argues, when you dig into the recent decisions of the court, you'll see it becoming steadily more political.  Guest: Dahlia Lithwick writes about the courts and the law for Slate and hosts the podcast Amicus. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: The Supreme Court Confronts Its Critics

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 33:18


As the U.S. Supreme Court begins a new session, several justices are trying to reassure the public of the court's nonpartisanship. But, as Slate's Dahlia Lithwick argues, when you dig into the recent decisions of the court, you'll see it becoming steadily more political.  Guest: Dahlia Lithwick writes about the courts and the law for Slate and hosts the podcast Amicus. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
The Supreme Court Confronts Its Critics

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 33:18


As the U.S. Supreme Court begins a new session, several justices are trying to reassure the public of the court's nonpartisanship. But, as Slate's Dahlia Lithwick argues, when you dig into the recent decisions of the court, you'll see it becoming steadily more political.  Guest: Dahlia Lithwick writes about the courts and the law for Slate and hosts the podcast Amicus. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rotten Potatoes
Ep 72: The Exorcist

Rotten Potatoes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 70:53


The OCT is OUT. Spooktober is back and it is much spook. The RP bois breakdown this halloween classic in our first episode of Spooktober season 2.

Incredible Critics
Incredible Critics - Ep. 226

Incredible Critics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 44:20


This week we're talking about Star Wars: Visions!

The Clark Howard Podcast
10.01.21 Clark Answers His Critics on Clark Stinks / Women Entrepreneurs Skyrocket.

The Clark Howard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 31:34


Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. / Pandemic burnout has prompted many to re-evaluate their life and careers. Close to half of new business owners now are women. The economics of this development and the opportunities it presents. Clark Stinks and Ask Clark topics include: Hearing Aids / What Is a 403(b) and How Does It Work? / File complaints with your State Consumer Affairs Department (if your state has an active one) / How to Spot and Avoid Scams on Facebook and Instagram / IRS - Coronavirus-related relief for retirement plans and IRAs questions and answers Want more money advice? Sign up for Clark's free daily newsletter! Free Advice: Clark's Consumer Action Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cinematary
A City of Sadness (Young Critics Watch Old Movies v.7)

Cinematary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 73:30


Part 1: Zach and Nazeeh talk about movies they saw this week, including: After Hours and Mikey and Nicky.Part 2 (27:40): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1989's A City of Sadness.See movies discussed in this episode here.Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel.Also follow us on:FacebookTwitterLetterboxd

Moral Combat
The Sportsball Blitz 11-6

Moral Combat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 53:22


In this episode we reveal the winners of the Semis argue the championship and make our picks for best music Icon for our Iconoclash Tournament! Make sure you head to https://moralcombatpod.com to vote for this weeks matchups! Promo: Weird Thing About That Pod (https://twitter.com/WeirdThingPod) Talk About it Tuesday: Nordic Home Loans (https://nordichomeloans.com) find us on Goodpods and rate/review us! (https://tinyurl.com/MConGoodpods)

All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson & Bryant McFadden
Willie Snead IV on Raiders 3-0 start, Derek Carr's progression, silencing Lamar Jackson's critics and being on the losing side of the 'Minneapolis Miracle'

All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson & Bryant McFadden

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 29:42


Willie Snead IV of the 3-0 Las Vegas Raiders joins Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden to discuss his football journey. First, Willie discusses his time in South Florida (before moving to Michigan) and Pat P remembers seeing Willie before he was even a teenager! The wideout then explains his decision to leave Ball State early and finally having his NFL breakthrough with the Saints in 2015. It's not a great memory for him, but it's a great one for Vikings fans as we cover the perspective of the losing side of the 'Minneapolis Miracle.' We transition to Willie's time with the Ravens as he details what makes Lamar Jackson so special. Next, time to talk about the undefeated Raiders! We hear about Henry Ruggs' potential, what makes Darren Waller a beast and how Derek Carr is finally reaching his peak as a QB. Willie tells the guys about Palm Beach Christian Prep, a school he opened with his father, and what the football program means to him. Finally, Superlatives! 'All Things Covered' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast." Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscovered Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPod Follow Pat on Instagram and Twitter Follow BMac on Instagram and Twitter Follow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter Produced by: @E_DeBerardinis For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MMAjunkie Radio
Ep. #3196: UFC Recap, Volkanovski silences his critics, more

MMAjunkie Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 65:38


On Episode 3,196, the guys recapped the huge event this weekend and talked about the storylines outside of the cage, such as Valentin's popularity taking a massive step forward, Volkanovski silencing his critics, and much more.