The U.S. economy created jobs at a much slower-than-expected pace in September. CNBC's Steve Liesman breaks down the report. NBC's Cal Perry reports on clashes between parents and students over Tennessee mask mandates. Civil Rights attorney and CNBC contributor David Henderson reports on the conviction of two parents in the college admissions scandal. President Biden's counsel has instructed National Archives to give Trump documents to the House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection. NBC's Pete Williams reports. Dave Boucher of the Detroit Free Press discusses how a doctor in Florida is writing mask waivers for people in Michigan. Plus, CNBC's Frank Holland reports on Beauty 2 the Streetz founder Shirley Raines, a woman who brings food and beauty to the homeless on Skid Row in Los Angeles.
Words Are Not Hard Anymore 200 episodes. Almost 7 years. TRG has been making content geared around the focus of discussing video games, and things in the video game world, from a Christian perspective. It's been an incredible journey up to this point. Logan, Adam, and Skinner all sit down to discuss the early days of the podcast, how it's changed, and what the future will look like on the podcast. We could not have done this without God, or you, the Deer Community. Thank you for these past 200 episodes. Housekeeping (2:40) Logan Flip Flopped on His Backlog Why You Should Play Kena: Bridge of Spirits Fantasian is a Solid JRPG That You Must Play What Have We Been Playing (11:40) Skinner descends into Kingdom Hearts 3 to talk highly of it's gameplay and gets giddy. Adam hops on the Backlog Train and works on The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Logan despairs over some weird games he bought in his backlog and struggles through Scarlet Nexus. What Have We Been Reading (26:30) Adam and Skinner both discuss what they've been reading in the Bible, specifically Exodus and a few other books. Logan gets into Henry Cloud's "Boundaries" as he goes through a season of healing. Topic (39:04) Nearly 7 years of podcast episodes that are chock full of memories. The guys discuss how they came across TRG, how it's changed, and the future ahead. They also discuss some of their favorite games they've played over the last several years and crown an early GOTY of 2021. Patron Thank You's! (1:23:36) TRG would not be here without our Patrons! Thank you to those who supported TRG in the month of October: AaronElWhite, Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Chris Freeman, Christopher Commander, Darryl Tavares, David Henderson, David Matthews, Derek Smith, Isaac.stultz, Jake Walker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Joe Morgan, Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Luke Strain, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matthew Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Paige Pinson, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Samuel Colunga, Savon Pena, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, Vincent Yu, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Reco's! (1:25:21) Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) Trail Life/American Heritage Girls Fit Prayer Into Your Schedule TableTalk Magazine Consider Supporting Logan's Adoption "Awake And Alive to Truth" by John Cooper Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon and get extra perks.
Scott Cohn reports live outside the Los Angeles courthouse where a judge suspended Jamie Spears from Britney Spears' conservatorship. Civil Rights attorney David Henderson reveals whether or not he thinks Jamie Spears will come back to the conservatorship. Assistant Professor of Law at St. John's University Kate Klonick delivers her insights on censorship concerns amid YouTube announcing that it is now banning all anti-vaccine videos. Jacob Soboroff reports from Port au Prince on the upcoming meeting between U.S. and Haitian officials. CNBC's Rahel Solomon reports on “upskilling” talent to train Americans for tech jobs of the future. Plus, Mayor of Kabul Mohammad Daoud Sultanzoy discusses the grim state of affairs in Afghanistan in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from the country.
The CDC endorsed an extra dose of Pfizer's vaccine for people 65 and older, adults with certain underlying health conditions, and frontline workers including teachers, nurses, and grocery store workers. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky discussed confusion over vaccine boosters and says she's “not at all concerned about supply.” CNBC's Valerie Castro reports on vaccine mandates for health care workers in New York. NBC's Leigh Ann Caldwell reports on Senate Republicans blocking a bill to fund the government as a shutdown looms. CNBC's Phil LeBeau joins Shep Smith to report on Ford's push to go all electric. The company says it will be building 4 new plants in the U.S. and will hire nearly 11,000 workers. Civil rights attorney David Henderson discusses the conviction of R. Kelly on all 9 counts of racketeering and sex trafficking charges. Plus, CNBC's Shep Smith reports on the latest developments regarding the search for Brian Laundrie.
NBC's Jay Gray updates on the search for Gabby Petito's boyfriend, Brian Laundrie. Civil Rights lawyer David Henderson delivers his insights on the latest filings by Britney Spears' attorney to remove her father, Jamie, from her conservatorship. CNBC's Phil LeBeau discusses prices hitting an all-time high in the used car market with the average listing price surging to more than $25,000 in August. Republican strategist Mike Murphy delivers his insights on news that former President George W. Bush will hold a fundraiser for Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., in Dallas on Oct 18. Accuweather meteorologist Adam Del Rosso delivers a fall forecast for the country. Plus, CNBC's Diana Olick reveals what part of the housing market might be cooling down.
Economist and author David Henderson talks about his book (co-authored with Steve Globerman) The Essential UCLA School of Economics with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Much of the conversation focuses on the work of Armen Alchian and Harold Demsetz, who both saw economics as a powerful tool for understanding human behavior and how the world works.
Death Stranding is arguably Hideo Kojima's most polarizing game. But it's one worth persevering through. Death Stranding is a game that is like an onion with some deep, deep layers. In this episode, Matt Millsap and Henry Rigdon join Logan to help peel back those layers to see if Death Stranding stinks or surprisingly smells like a rose. Housekeeping (5:56) Get extra content on our website and YouTube! More Death Stranding Talk on TRG's YouTube Check out Matt's other episodes of TRG: Episode 121 - God of War (2018) Episode 146 - What Remains of Edith Finch Episode 174 - The Last of Us Part 2 Episode 189 - Chrono Trigger The Games We've Been Playing (7:53) WarioWare: Get It Together Tales of Arise Metal Wolf Chaos XD Topic (18:55) Is Death Stranding designed to put forth a pro-life message? This is something that was noticeably absent from many reviews and reactions when it first came out. There was plenty of talk about how the game is a walking simulator in many a review but is Death Stranding merely a walking simulator? We here at TRG disagree and believe Death Stranding to be so much more. Patron Thank You's! (1:17:26) TRG would not be here without our Patrons! Thank you to those who supported TRG in the month of September: AaronElWhite, Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Chris Freeman, Christopher Commander, Darryl Tavares, David Henderson, David Matthews, Derek Smith, Isaac.stultz, Jake Walker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Joe Morgan, Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Luke Strain, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matthew Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Paige Pinson, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Samuel Colunga, Savon Pena, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, Vincent Yu, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Reco's! (1:19:07) "Did You Mean It?" by Natalie Millsap Bluey Trials of Imagination No Dumb Questions (Podcast) Backlog Breakdown Episode feat. Logan Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon and get extra perks.
Colin Moriarty has been working in games media for nearly 20 years. Starting as a technical writer for IGN, Colin worked his way up to editor at IGN. Later, he would leave IGN for Kinda Funny and ultimately starting Last Stand Media, Colin has offered valuable insight into the world of gaming for years. In this episode, Colin shares about how reviewing games works, why Super Mario Sunshine is better than Super Mario 64, the hurdles conservatives face within games media, and more. Colin also shares about how his perspective on God has changed since Fireside Chats, where he released a series of episodes interviewing pastors, mormons, and Christians alike. If you have not done so already, you can check out Last Stand Media: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt9BGe6i2lJepl-B_zwX6VA Keep up with Colin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/notaxation Timestamps Housekeeping (5:14) Taking Down A 150+ Backlog of Games in a Year What Have You Been Playing (10:34) Colin gets into Scarlet Nexus' high quality gameplay but agonizing anime tropes after discussing the latest Metroidvania, Elder Lilies. Trigger Witch also gets a fair amount of love in it's unique "Legend of Zelda with guns" style gameplay. Discussion (21:23) We wasted no time getting into the discussion for this episode. Colin spends time discussing how reviews work for video games, as well as his stance on numbered ratings on reviews. We spend some time discussing the shift in culture of games media and ask if a conservative voice can even make it. From there, I ask Colin about his perspective on God, and if it's changed since his series of episodes of Fireside Chats focusing on religion. We round out the discussion with questions submitted in by our Patreon supporters. Thank You, Patrons (1:14:07) These are the Patreon supporters who helped us continue to creat content for the month of August: AaronElWhite, Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Chris Freeman, Christopher Commander, Darryl Tavares, David Henderson, David Matthews, Derek Smith, Isaac.stultz, Jake Walker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Luke Strain, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matt Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Paige Pinson, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Savon Pena, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Reco's! (1:15:10) The Jimmy Dore Show Death's Door (Xbox/PC) Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon or by purchasing some TRG merch over on our shop!
Our guest is David Henderson, Group Chief Human Resources Officer at Zurich Insurance. Since joining the company in 2017, David has executed an HR strategy to support culture transformation, focused on delivering tangible improvements in employee experience and on aligning the capability, commitment, and culture of the company to its strategic vision, purpose, and values. Prior to Zurich Insurance, David also held a number of executive roles at MetLife and PepsiCo. In this episode of Scaling Culture, Ron and David discuss: The experience of moving from a command-and-control culture to a more customer-centric and employee empowerment model with a focus on purpose values and soft skills Change management tools and processes, from Organizational Health Index and eNPS to new Zurich Insurance Performance Management System. The process of getting 55,000+ people aligned as well as how to get a buy-in both at the Board and mid-management level. For more information about David, please connect with him on LinkedIn. For more information about the Scaling Culture Podcast or our upcoming book and Masterclass “Scaling Culture”, go to connollyowens.com
Host Pieter talks with David Henderson, pastor at Venture Church in North Caroline, about how he's been motivating his church to fight abortion and bringing them out to witness at the local abortion clinics.
Climate Scientist at Texas A&M University Andrew Dessler explains how much climate change is exacerbating the intensity of weather conditions around the globe. New York City's Democratic Nominee for Mayor Eric Adams discusses why dealing with the uptick in gun violence across the U.S. means addressing the nation's handgun crisis. NBC's Sahil Kapur delivers the latest on the January 6th Select Committee to investigate the Capitol insurrection. CNBC's Congressional Correspondent Ylan Mui explains what's going to happen after Senate Republicans blocked a vote to start debate on a massive infrastructure package. Plus, civil rights attorney David Henderson discusses the potential impact of the “Free Act” on Britney Spears' conservatorship case.
Recently, things like tabletop games and escape rooms have risen in popularity. Along with that have come new ways to play games like murder mystery subscription boxes. These have massive potential to reform the way people play games while opening some opportunities for ministry. Join us as we sit down with Jeff and discuss these kinds of games. Housekeeping (7:21) I'm Giving Up My Backlog Are Video Games Actually Childish? Am I Gaming Too Much? What Have We Been Playing (8:34) Jeff dives in to the tabletop side of games and shares about a card game that you can play with one hand. Logan takes to the seas in Sea of Thieves, again, and finally finishes Metroid: Zero Mission. What Have We Been Reading (21:23) The guys discuss how to enjoy the life that God has given us and the cure to anxiety from Ecclesiastes and Josh Weidman's "The End of Anxiety". Topic (29:30) As stated before, escape rooms have grown in popularity. So much so that many companies are now even offering escape room experiences via subscription boxes. Escape Room Mystery is even extending a special offer to our listeners: use code DEER50 at checkout to get 50% off your first box of Capture the Killer. Head over to their website, use the code, and try out this unique way of gaming for yourself! Patron Thank You's (1:25:10) A big thank you for our Deer Patrons for the month of July: AaronElWhite, Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Chris Freeman, Christopher Commander, Darryl Tavares, David Henderson, David Matthews, Derek Smith, Isaac.stultz, Jake Walker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Luke Strain, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matt Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Peter Piper, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Savon Pena, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Reco's! (1:27:10) God Mode Activated Board Game Arena Capture the Killer Remember to use code DEER50 to get 50% off your first box Share the podcast with your friends across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook The Rise & Fall of Mars Hill A huge thank you to irok4creativity for the cover art of this episode. Keep up with Jeff on Twitter and Instagram. Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon or by purchasing some TRG merch over on our shop!
Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse Nora Volkow delivers insights on the record-setting number of overdose deaths in the United States and explains how Fentanyl has played such a big role in the overdoses. CNBC's real estate correspondent Diana Olick discusses the evolving Miami housing market on the heels of the Surfside condominium collapse and the great Covid migration. Co-host of “Squawk Box” Andrew Ross Sorkin explains why he thinks the view on inflation is changing. Pediatrician Dr. Michelle Fiscus reveals why she thinks she was fired from her position as Tennessee's top vaccine official. Plus, Civil Rights attorney David Henderson explains the potential impact of the new legal representation for Britney Spears and what that will mean for her conservatorship.
Hoover Institution research fellow David Henderson answers your most pressing questions about good and bad inequality from his video "The Inequality We Should Worry About." Questions: 1. What is the difference between good and bad inequality? How can some inequality be good? 2. Do you have any estimate of how much inequality in the United States is good or bad? And how would you go about figuring that out? 3. Is it possible or likely that new advances to technology can occur at similar rates to what we have now without increasing the wealth gap? 4. Is there a better way to measure inequality than with income? Would it make identifying good and bad inequality easier? 5. Many people believe it is impossible to get extremely wealthy without exploiting workers or bending the rules in your favor. How true do you think that is?
Photo: Free trade: Storck Harbour scene. CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Free Trade, says Macron, is for the worker, not for the job; & What is to be done?. David Henderson @HooverInst GXX https://www.hoover.org/research/dispelling-two-objections-free-trade
Brett, Mark, and Corey welcome David Henderson, co-owner of Empire Automotive KC to discuss what has surprised him about the auto restoration business, what a true restoration involves, and what makes Empire a step above the rest. In the news, you can own Neil Peart's Corvette Split Window Coupe, the world's largest Corvette seller has been sold, and new Broncos will soon be roaming the streets. All this and much more on this week's Driven Radio Show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tonight: As Republicans keep trying to find non-existence evidence for a stolen election, how a ballot debacle in New York and a fraud plot in North Carolina disproves their whole point. Then, breaking news from the Washington Post that a grand jury has filed charges against Trump Organization and its CFO Weisselberg. Plus: how exactly is Bill Cosby home free tonight after a state court vacated his sexual assault conviction?Guests: Rep. James Clyburn, Katie Phang, David Henderson, Deanna Pearl, Waleed Shahid
Atorod Azizinamini, director of the Florida International University School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability, discussed the Florida condo collapse, calling it a ‘rare accident.' NBC's Sam Brock reports on the desperate search for survivors. He also talks about the structural aspects of the incident as investigations into the cause continues. Civil rights attorney David Henderson discussed Derek Chauvin's 22.5-year sentence for the murder of George Floyd. He shares his thoughts on the length of the sentence and the overall case. Plus, Vice President Kamala Harris toured a border patrol station in El Paso, Texas, met with faith-based non-governmental organizations and legal service providers, and delivered brief remarks after her visit.
New Covid-19 infections in the U.S. will tick higher this fall as the highly contagious delta variant spreads, epidemiologist Dr. Anne Rimoin warned today. “It's a much more serious game now,” Rimoin said. Former chief of Detroit police Isaiah McKinnon discusses crime and policing, adding he thinks that Biden's plan to tackle the increase in crime should help. Civil rights attorney and former prosecutor David Henderson discusses Britney Spears' conservatorship, adding that conservatorships are supposed to help someone gain independence and Spears' case, seems to have done the ‘exact opposite.' Antivirus pioneer John McAfee was found dead today in his prison cell in Spain. He was 75 years old. His death is still being investigated. Plus, Resorts World's new mega casino in Las Vegas and online home buying.
A proposed “patriot” wealth tax in Washington and the call for America's most moneyed individuals to hand over part of their fortunes to Washington leads to questions of motivation: more revenue for federal spending, or a loathing of capitalism. Hoover Institution research fellow and economist David Henderson discusses the accumulation of wealth in America and […]
Nintendo Used Nostalgia, It Was Super Effective After forcing to postpone due to COVID-19, E3 has returned! There's a lot to discuss but we narrow it down to some of the biggest announcements of E3, including your write-ins! And Logan flips out about Metroid Dread. Like, a lot. Housekeeping (3:07) E3 Week of Announcements Round-Up Metroid Dread Trailer Reaction What Have We Been Playing (4:57) Adam visits Mass Effect 3 for the first time and gets side-tracked. Logan finishes the new Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and gives a glowing recommendation. He also gets good and returns to Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. What Have We Been Reading (21:22) The guys discuss how to worship God through pain and how to stay focused on God's power. Topic (34:53) E3, y'all! What a week! From Elden Ring to Metroid Dread to Xbox's impressive showcase, there is a lot to unpack! Join us as we discuss some of the highlights and if Xbox can go toe-to-toe with Playstation now. Patron Thank You's! (1:20:39) We love our Deer Patrons so much we want to thank them again right here in the show notes: Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Christopher Commander, Chris Freeman, Darryl Tavares, David Henderson, David Matthews, Derek Smith, Isaac.stultz, Jake Walker, James Barker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matt Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Peter Piper, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Samuel Colunga, Savon Pena, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Reco's! (1:23:25) Cruella (Disney+) Metroid Dread Reveal Trailer Metroid Dread Development History TRG Themed Xbox Controller Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon or by purchasing some TRG merch over on our shop!
A proposed “patriot” wealth tax in Washington and the call for America's most moneyed individuals to hand over part of their fortunes to Washington leads to questions of motivation: more revenue for federal spending, or a loathing of capitalism. Hoover Institution research fellow and economist David Henderson discusses the accumulation of wealth in America and whether the “assault” on high-profile billionaires is a mere attack or the early stage of a longer siege.
President Biden met with George Floyd’s family today, one year after Floyd lost his life at the hands of Minneapolis police. But Congress missed the deadline to pass federal police reform in time for president Biden’s self-imposed deadline. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports. The Manhattan District Attorney has convened a grand jury to hear evidence connected to the criminal probe of Donald J. Trump. David Fahrenthold, one of The Washington Post reporters who broke the story, and David Henderson, attorney and CNBC contributor, discuss the latest developments. Texas’s governor is planning to sign a controversial new gun law that permits unlicensed carrying of handguns. Federal law still requires a background check, but critics are calling this legislation irresponsible. CNBC’s Valerie Castro reports on the Texas gun laws. Plus, cruise lines are planning to resume business in Alaska in July. Seema Mody reports.
In a surprise turn of events, we managed to get Adam Hill (co-creator of Godspeed) on the show to discuss the behind-the-scenes of tabletop game creation. We also discuss his latest game, publishing company, and what makes tabletop games perfect for outreach. Housekeeping (6:20) Why You Should Play Returnal What Have You Been Playing (7:40) Adam teaches his son valuable life lessons in Mortal Kombat. Adam lives, dies, and repeats in Returnal. Logan braves the horrors of Resident Evil Village... 4 times. What Have You Been Reading (35:30) The guys discuss passages like Mark 9:14-27, Galatians 6:9-10, and Replanting. Topic (53:00) Adam Hill is a pastor but he is also a board game designer. Surprisingly enough, board games can be an effective tool for fostering community and reaching people where they're at. Listen in as Adam shares insights on how board games are designed, what he learned from Godspeed, his new game, and ministry. Patron Thank You's! (1:38:28) We love our Deer Patrons so much we want to thank them again right here in the show notes: Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Christopher Commander, Darryl Tavares, David B, David Henderson, David Matthews, Derek Smith, Isaac.stultz, Jake Walker, James Barker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matt Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Peter Piper, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Samuel Colunga, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Recos! (1:39:53) Motor City GameWorks Nate Bargatze (Comedian) Follow Adam Hill on Twitter Super Mario 3D World: Bowser's Fury One Year Uncommon Life Devotional by Tony Dungy Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon or by purchasing some TRG merch over on our shop!
Photo: The home of the American citizen after the tax bill has passed Cartoon shows four tax collectors searching the home of an "American citizen," including under his wife's dress and under the children's bed; with the caption: "Scroggs says he is ready and willing to pay any amount of tax, but he would like them to leave his wife's crinoline and other domestic trifles alone."CBS Eye on the World with John BatchelorCBS Audio Network@BatchelorshowBiden's capital gains tax especially shortchanges California. David Henderson @HooverInst https://www.hoover.org/research/capital-gains-tax-hike-no-gains-no-fairness
Economist and author David R. Henderson moved to the United States in 1972 and became a U.S. citizen in 1986, serving on President Ronald Reagan's Council of Economic Advisers, becoming one of the world's foremost economic experts and professors across his extensive career. In this episode, he discusses immigration, the draw of the USA, and what it was like serving as an immigrant under Reagan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/why-america/message
Photo: No known restrictions on publication.The New John Batchelor ShowCBS Audio Network@Batchelorshow Mitt Romney's unwise (and extravagant) plan for a child allowance & What is to be done? David Henderson @HooverInst @davidrhendersonMonterey econlog.econlib.org https://www.hoover.org/research/child-tax-credits-feed-debt-and-dependency.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Arizona Republicans conducting an audit on ballots from the 2020 election. Plus, the U.S. takes on a leadership role as another country is seeing horrible devastation from covid, Democrats look to expand their majority in 2022, the battle over disinformation about Biden’s climate plan, Republicans’ efforts to rewrite January 6th, assessing Biden's first 100 days as that mark nears, the DOJ announces an investigation into the Louisville, KY police, and what a return to normal looks like.Joined by: Frank Figliuzzi, Claire McCaskill, Elizabeth Neumann, Vaughn Hillyard, Dr. Vin Gupta, Anna Palmer, Nick Confessore, Charlie Sykes, Michael Steele, Sam Stein, Phil Rucker, David Henderson, and Sherry Turkle
Nicolle Wallace discusses the nationwide reaction to Derek Chauvin being found guilty in the murder of George Floyd. Plus, new polling shows Trump's support may be waning, the White House's efforts to get everyone vaccinated, a concern with the Pentagon's crackdown of extremism, and tensions in Russia mount over the imprisonment of Putin critic Alexei NavalnyJoined by: David Henderson, Robert Gibbs, Michael Eric Dyson, Jonathan Lemire, Tim Miller, Dr. Kavita Patel, Eugene Daniels, David Jolly, Errin Haines, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Olivia Troye, and Michael Crowley
The city of Minneapolis is bracing for the verdict of Derek Chauvin’s murder trial. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson discusses the closing arguments. The head of the CDC warned against the steady climb of coronavirus cases in the U.S. Dr. Carlos Del Rio, professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, discussed what needs to be done to combat vaccine hesitancy. The House passed two pieces of legislation to close loopholes in the background system, but neither of those bills have a simple majority in the Senate. NBC’s Sahil Kapur reports. Sen. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer introduced the Covid Hate Crimes Act, which would instruct people at the Department of Justice to track down and prosecute anti-Asian hate. The NYPD is also taking new steps to address hate crimes.
It's About Time The time has finally come for us to discuss one of the greatest JRPGs of all time: Chrono Trigger. Time also saw fit for us to bring Matt Millsap back onto the podcast to help us discuss this timeless classic. Okay, puns aside, we had a great time discussing this classic from the SNES era. Housekeeping (2:42) TONS of new YouTube content! What Have We Been Playing (3:36) Matt revisits Hyrule in Age of Calamity and grinds for loot in Destiny 2. Adam returns to one of the greatest JRPGs on the Nintendo Switch: Xenoblade Chronicles. Logan continues killing monsters and turning them into hats and boots in Monster Hunter Rise. What Have We Been Reading (19:10) Matt discusses Paul David Tripp's "Age of Opportunity". Adam digs into Replanted on the topic of adoption. Logan gets wise in Proverbs. Topic (31:26) If you were to ask someone what are the best JRPGs, Chrono Trigger is bound to come up. Published by Square in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Chrono Trigger landed in the gaming world to critical acclaim, securing itself as a pinnacle of gaming. But what is it about Chrono Trigger that makes it one of the greatest games of all time? That's what we'll discuss in this episode. Patron Thank You's! (1:24:15) HUGE thank you to our April Patrons who helped us keep cranking out content for the show! Those lovely Patrons are: Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Christopher Commander, Darryl Tavares, David B, David Henderson, Derek Smith, Jake Walker, James Barker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matt Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Pastor Shea, Peter Piper, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Samuel Colunga, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Recos! (1:25:58) The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Think Biblically Podcast Fast 9 Trailer Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon or by purchasing some TRG merch over on our shop!
In this bonus edition of “The Beat’s” podcast, MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber is joined by former federal prosecutor Joyce Vance, civil rights attorney David Henderson, and law professor Paul Butler to answer questions about the historic Chauvin trial in a special conversation hosted on Twitter Spaces.
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Tim Pagliara makes assertions on the big lie and grand theft of the 2008 crash will astound most. When a lawyer fears cops it says much. Coupled with the heights of privilege?
Tonight on the Last Word: The Derek Chauvin jury will hear closing arguments Monday. Also, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff talks to Lawrence about President Biden’s new sanctions on Russia for interference in U.S. elections. Plus, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy defends inaction on Rep. Matt Gaetz. New polling shows the majority of Americans support Biden’s infrastructure plan. And West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin wields power as the Democrats’ 50th vote. Kirk Burkhalter, David Henderson, John Heilemann, Zerlina Maxwell, Virginia Heffernan and Nancy Heffernan also join Lawrence O’Donnell.
Tonight: From wild ranting in Congress to vaccine skeptics on cable, the right wing industrial complex harming America's pandemic response. Then, today's big hearing about the failed response to the Capitol attack. Plus, more protests in Minnesota as the man charged with George Floyd's murder remains silent. And Sen. Ed Markey on his new bill to restore balance in the nation's highest court. Guests: Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Sarah Cahlan, Antonia Hylton, David Henderson, Senator Ed Markey
People are angry after a Minneapolis police officer said she accidentally shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright when she really meant to pull out her taser. NBC’s Ron Allen reports on the situation on the ground in Minneapolis. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson also says the police should have fired the officer who accidentally shot and killed Wright. NBC’s Jay Gray reports that Derek Chauvin’s defense team began to present its case by bringing witnesses to testify about George Floyd’s past. The defense could rest its case by the end of this week. The FDA is asking states to temporarily halt the use of J&J’s Covid-19 vaccine after six women in the U.S. developed a rare blood-clotting disorder. Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of the Brown University’s School of Public Health, says he expects the J&J Covid vaccine pause will last only a couple of days and not longer. He also discussed whether this pause will contribute to vaccine hesitancy.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the final day of the prosecution’s case in the trial of Derek Chauvin. Plus, the reckoning over race and policing back in the spotlight after a fatal shooting in Minnesota, Trump attacks members of his own party at an RNC event over the weekend, the rise of domestic extremism in the U.S., over one hundred business leaders push back against voter suppression efforts, and new developments in the Matt Gaetz scandal. Joined By: Claire McCaskill, David Henderson, Shaquille Brewster, Yamiche Alcindor, Tim Miller, Elizabeth Neumann, Carol Leonnig, Wes Moore, Paul Rieckhoff, Errin Haines, and Marc Caputo
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp praised the Augusta National Golf Club for not caving to the political pressures that have befallen the state recently. The event took place after the Republican governor signed last month an election bill that critics say disproportionately disenfranchises voters of color. Major League Baseball announced on April 2 it pulled its 2021 All-Star Game from Atlanta in protest of the bill’s signing. Now, local Atlanta officials say the MLB’s decision to relocate its All-Star Game will have a financial impact on local businesses and residents. Seema Mody reports. Scientists say there’s no evidence that supports the claim that coronavirus vaccines will cause infertility. Meg Tirrell reports. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson says Derek Chauvin’s defense team has little options at this point. He said the defense is behind the eight ball and he isn’t sure if they can recover. Plus, an immersive Van Gogh exhibit just debuted in Las Vegas. It will be available in several other U.S. cities, including Atlanta, and New York. Contessa Brewer reports.
Two mass shootings happened in the past two days killing five, including a doctor and two grandchildren. Former NFL player Phillip Adams shot five people, and then shot himself in South Carolina. Officials have yet to determine the motive. And at least one person is dead after a shooting at a warehouse in Bryan, Texas. The suspect is currently in custody. The shootings come after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott slammed President Biden’s executive orders on gun control. Elon Musk is building high-speed tunnels in Las Vegas. Contessa Brewer reports. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson offers his thoughts on the doctor’s testimony today that revealed George Floyd did not die due to fentanyl ingestion. Plus, how three small businesses are surviving one year into the pandemic.
: One in three Covid patients develop neurological or mental disorders, according to a recent study. Dr. Sue Varma, NYU Langone, discusses the fallout among people who’ve suffered from Covid. NBC’s Priscilla Thompson reports on efforts in Michigan to vaccinate younger people in an effort to prevent Covid surges. NBC’s Jane Timm discusses Kentucky’s new law which actually expands early and absentee voting in the state. Civil rights attorney David Henderson reviews the day’s events in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin. Plus, Shepard Smith reports on what the Georgia voter reform law really means.
Travel opportunities are opening up for fully-vaccinated Americans. CNBC’s Seema Mody reports on new CDC guidelines for travelers. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports on how vaccine developers are approaching the development of a universal Covid vaccine. Human smugglers are promising safe and easy trips to the U.S. in Facebook posts that aren’t true. NBC’s Julia Ainsley reports. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports from the murder trial of former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin. The ER doctor testified that George Floyd likely died of asphyxiation. Civil rights attorney David Henderson also joined to discuss developments in Chauvin’s trial. Plus, U.S. Postal workers are pushing for new electric vehicles and upgrades.
Tonight: As the Florida lawmaker denies paying for sex, what we know about the text messages that pointed federal investigators at Matt Gaetz. Then, why baseball's decision to move its All-Star game out of Georgia is already having a big impact. And another police witness takes the stand to denounce Derek Chauvin's actions.Guests: Jose Pagliery, Elizabeth Neumann, Natasha Bertrand, Nse Ufot, David—Henderson
China is now boycotting Nike and H&M after the companies expressed concerns about reports of forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region. Eunice Yoon reports. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine is effective against the more contagious South African Covid variant. Pfizer’s vaccine is also effective for 6 months, according to clinical trials. The police supervisor said Derek Chauvin should’ve ended restraint after Floyd stopped resisting. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson said this is a very important point that can change how jurors think about the case. He also says Derek Chauvin should testify at his own murder trial. Plus, the pandemic has been driving up demand for mental health professionals.
Companies are planning for how they want to restructure workspaces for employees as more people get vaccinated. Only a small percentage of companies are making the vaccine mandatory, while others are implementing a hybrid of both remote and in-person office work. Dr. Peter Hotez, co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas children’s hospital, discusses a new study that shows Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine is 100 percent effective in kids ages 12 to 15. He says it’s important to get young people vaccinated to reach herd immunity. He also weighs in on rising cases in Brazil and France. Georgia companies like Coca-Cola and Delta Air Lines are speaking out against restrictive voting bills that Republicans are advancing in many states. Andrew Ross Sorkin, co-anchor of Squawk Box, reports. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson discusses the impact of new video footage in officer Derek Chauvin’s murder trial. Jared Bernstein, chief economist and economic policy adviser to the Biden administration, discusses why he believes Biden’s infrastructure plan will be a win for the U.S. Plus, the NYPD has arrested Brandon Elliot, the New York man who kicked an elderly Asian-American woman in NYC. Police charged him with five counts, including felony of assault as a hate crime.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the third day of the Derek Chauvin murder trial. Plus, two Capitol Police officers sue Trump for inciting the January 6th riot, Joe Biden details his $2T infrastructure plan, Congressman Matt Gaetz is under investigation by the DOJ for possible sex trafficking, and companies in Georgia speak out against the state's new voting restrictions. Joined by: Joyce Vance, David Henderson, Shaquille Brewster, Neal Katyal, Elizabeth Neumann, Luke Broadwater, Annie Karni, Vaughn Hillyard, Matt Miller, Katie Benner, Eugene Robinson, and Alicia Menendez
One off-duty firefighter testified at Derek Chauvin’s murder trial today on what she and other bystanders experienced watching George Floyd die. NBC’s Jay Gray and Civil rights lawyer David Henderson discuss what happened during the second day of Derek Chauvin’s trial. The U.S. is facing a growing surge of migrants at the border. NBC’s Antonia Hylton reports there are currently more than 3,000 migrant children crammed in border facilities with a capacity of 250. The New York Times reports the Department of Justice is currently investigating Rep. Matt Gaetz over his sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl. Rep. Gaetz denies the allegation. Bill Rhoden, ESPN’s Undefeated columnist, discusses whether colleges should pay their athletes. Some people who work at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama say they don’t feel they are being valued or paid as much as they deserve. NBC’s technology reporter Jake Ward reports on the historic Amazon union vote happening right now in Alabama. Plus, the suspect who brutally attacked a 65-year-old woman in New York City has yet to be captured. There were at least 28 hate crimes against Asian-Americans in 2020 and there have been 33 attacks so far in 2021. NBC’s Jo Ling Kent reports.
President Biden is proposing a $3 trillion recovery plan that will be split into two bills. The first one will focus on infrastructure and the second will address social inequities such as expanding child care and health care. CNBC’s Eunice Yoon reports The World Health Organization was not given enough data from China to determine how Covid-19 originated. David Henderson, former prosecutor and civil rights lawyer, discusses what he took away from the first day of Derek Chauvin’s murder trial. Nearly 6,000 Amazon warehouse workers will vote on whether to unionize. But the tally could take up to a week. Shepard Smith reports. Captain Andrew Kinsey, senior marine risk manager for Allianz, discusses what went wrong in the Suez Canal that led to a massive ship being stuck for six days. Plus, Covid fraudsters are targeting investment platforms.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the first day of testimony in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin. Plus, Dr. Birx says hundreds of thousands of covid deaths were preventable, two more men tied to the Proud Boys are arrested with conspiracy charges, the latest in the gun control debate, sports teams and businesses under pressure after Georgia signs voter restrictions into law, and the CDC Director gives a warning as covid cases riseJoined by: Claire McCaskill, Ali Velshi, Kim Atkins, Phil Rucker, Olivia Troye, Tim Miller, Reverend Al Sharpton, Shaquille Brewster, David Henderson, Errin Haines, David Plouffe, Kevin Blackistone, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia
Nicolle Wallace discusses Biden directing states to make all adults eligible for a vaccine by May 1st. Plus, the city of Minneapolis reaches a record settlement with George Floyd’s family, the president calls out hate crimes against Asian Americans, more than a dozen congressional Democrats call for Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, the Justice Department and FBI are building a conspiracy case against members of the Oath Keepers for their roles in January 6th, Republicans get called out on their obsession with cancel culture, the backlash grows for a Fox Host who mocked women in the military, and hope grows as more Americans get vaccinated. Joined by: Dr. Kavita Patel, Ashley Parker, Charlie Sykes, Reverend Al Sharpton, David Henderson, Kurt Bardella, Jesse McKinley, Carol Leonnig, Neal Katyal, Clint Watts, A.B. Stoddard, Aisha Mills, Adm. James Stavridis, Cal Perry and Dr. Michael Anderson