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Best podcasts about david mccormick

Latest podcast episodes about david mccormick

BEYOND BARRIERS
Episode 217: Authenticity and Forging Your Own Path with Bridgewater Associates' Robyn Shepherd

BEYOND BARRIERS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 49:40


How did you decide what you wanted to be when you grew up? Some of us are still trying to decide. Things don't always go as planned, especially when it comes to our careers. Whether we were looking to get promoted, change jobs, or transition into a new role — being curious and taking risks is part of growing professionally. For this podcast, Robyn Shepherd, Partner and Head of Corporate Engagement at Bridgewater Associates tells us about her risk-taking experiences and making her voice heard. She also tells us about how to ask for the help you need to succeed.  Robyn grew up with an exposure to a great education but lacked awareness for the vast possibilities it could take her in her career. As she grew in her professional life, she understood that she needed to prepare to seize the moment when opportunities unexpectedly came her way. She feels it is as important to know what you don't want to do as it is to know what you do want to do and be aware of what you're passionate about. Success involves building great professional relationships and the best way to make those connections is being authentic–something Robyn is known for. Her positive energy will lift you up and give you ideas on how to take a new path at work. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Robyn. Highlights:  [02:22] Robyn's journey [10:10] Stepping into new opportunities with courage [13:28] How to make important decisions [16:25] Creating opportunities and forging your own path [19:22] How to locate the decision makers [21:45] Making sure your voice is heard [24:15] Habits and hacks for think time [26:09] The importance of realizing what you don't want to or can't do [30:18] The vital role of community, advocates, and mentees [35:29] Asking for help [40:21] Looking for an advocate [43:42] Being authentic about building professional relationships [45:58] Lightning round questions Quotes: “When you don't know what you want to do, do the hardest thing you can so that you're set up when opportunity comes knocking.” – Robyn Shepherd “Preparing for the worst isn't the only thing, it's also about imagining the opportunity.” – Robyn Shepherd “Saying yes to something means you are saying no to something else.” – Robyn Shepherd Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you?  “The Daily Stoic” by Ryan Holiday What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying?  “How long are you going to wait before you demand the best for yourself?” - Epictetus, Greek Stoic Philosopher What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself?  Tough What is one change you've implanted that made your life better?  When my kids get home from school, I do everything I can to not be working and having half-hours of transition.  What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage?  “Black and Yellow” by Wiz Khalifa  About Robyn Shepherd: Robyn Shepherd joined Bridgewater Associates in 2004 and is currently the Head of Corporate Engagement. Reporting to the CEO, Robyn oversees the firm's public affairs, communications and branding functions, as well as the company's initiatives for operational sustainability, social responsibility, and plays a leading role in Bridgewater's Diversity and Inclusion efforts. She is a Partner of the firm and a member of the Operating Committee and Commercial and Business Strategy Committee. Robyn began her career at Bridgewater as a Senior Investment Associate in the Account Management group and later took on other key roles within the firm's Client Service and Marketing team — first as an Associate Client Advisor covering the firm's international client and marketing relationships, and later as the Head of Client Service Analytics. Subsequently, Robyn served as Chief of Staff to CEO David McCormick, partnering with him on the firm's strategic agenda, business oversight, management of the Client Service and Marketing department, and corporate governance. Robyn was a founding member of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Council, and the Co-Founder and Senior Sponsor of Bridgewater's Women's Influence Network (WIN). She was recognized by The Hedge Fund Journal as one of the “50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds” in 2020, and was named the 2021 “Women of Excellence: Trailblazer” by Seramount, in partnership with Working Mother and the National Association for Female Executives. Before joining Bridgewater, Robyn was an Analyst at Lime Rock Partners and an Investment Analyst at HarbourVest Partners. She serves on the boards of Susan G. Komen and Oakland Catholic High School, an all-women's college preparatory school in Pittsburgh, PA. Robyn received her BA in economics from Brown University. Links: Website: https://www.bridgewater.com/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robyn-shepherd-a959985/ 

The Dom Giordano Program
Boom Parties Return With The Warm Weather, Will Philadelphia Officials Step In?

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 44:52


Full Hour | Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing the result of the Durham investigation and resulting Sussman verdict, complaining about the result of a not guilty decision. Then, Giordano gives an update on the vote counting in Philadelphia, telling that Dr. Mehmet Oz has taken more of a lead over David McCormick, even after counting ballots that weren't dated correctly. After that, Dom hones in on the reappearance of ‘boom parties' with the warm weather, now producing a 6ABC report focusing on the lack of response from Philadelphia police and officials to the problem that effects 100 square miles of Pennsylvania and South Jersey. Then, Andrew C. McCarthy, senior fellow at the National Review Institute and Fox News contributor, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss topics playing out in the legal spectrum. First, Giordano asks for McCarthy's thoughts on the Supreme Court's continued silence on the unprecedented leak centered on Roe v. Wade, with both Giordano and McCarthy expressing their disappointment with the country's highest court. Then, Giordano and McCarthy jump into the Durham investigation into Russian collusion and the Hillary Clinton campaign, and the resulting not guilty verdict for key actor Michael Sussman. (Photo by Getty Images)

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 5/30/22

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 115:10


On Monday's Mark Levin Show, we bring you the Best of Mark Levin. Isolationists fit right into the fusion of George Soros and Charles Koch parroting the pacifistic propaganda of keeping America out of endless wars or radical interventionism. President Reagan's view was that enemies couldn't be contained therefore prudently going on offense was his preferred alternative. However, the leftist and/or the pacifist pigeonhole any activity that doesn't bow down to an opposing regime as an "escalation" to weaken the U.S position and prevent America from asserting any dominance against aggressive foreign actors. Then, the candidates for the US Senate primary in Pennsylvania are in court as David McCormick has filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit. The Pennsylvania Constitution is clear that the Secretary of State and the Supreme Court cannot change election laws, yet they did years ago. Moreover, all of the extras like forced mail-in ballots, poll workers dating and 'curing' ballots for voters and skipping the signature verification of ballot envelopes; all of these actions legally void a ballot (but they didn't in 2020). This is not a civil rights issue; this is a legal issue. If McCormick's campaign wins this lawsuit it will pave the way for Democrats to follow suit for the next election. Later, following President Biden's remarks China announced Taiwan military drills. Notice how more confrontational China is becoming? China and Iran are on the move against us and if Washington politicians keep fooling around, we will end up effectively arming Iran with nuclear weapons. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Confluence
McCormick files a lawsuit over the counting of mail-in and absentee ballots in Senate primary

The Confluence

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 22:28


On today's episode of The Confluence: We learn about U.S. Senate candidate David McCormick's lawsuit on the counting of mail-in ballots; we ask a Duquesne educator how to help children and young people process the shooting in Uvalde, Texas; and we speak with the director and a member of the Tamburitzans, an 85-year-old folk music group.Today's guests include: Marc Levy, reporter with the Associated Press; Tammy Hughes, professor with Duquesne University's School of Education; and Alyssa Bushunow, executive director of the Tamburitzans, and Nick Hladio, a student performer with the group.

Fake The Nation
It's Not Working For Us (w/ Evan Gregory, Brian Brushwood)

Fake The Nation

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 41:58


Evan Gregory and Brian Brushwood join a tearful Negin as they mourn the senseless murder of elementary school children in Ulvlade, Texas. Then, a political round up convo featuring John Fetterman's primary win in Pennsylvania, Dr. Oz's recount against David McCormick and Stacy Abrams in Georgia. Last, the panel chats about, BeReal, a newer social media site that calls itself the "anti-instagram” and Brian and Evan give their full review. —— Thank you to this week's sponsor: Outschool - Use code fakethenation to save fifteen dollars off your child's first class. —— Rate Fake The Nation 5-stars on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review! Follow Negin Farsad on Twitter Email Negin fakethenation@headgum.com Support her Patreon  —— Host - Negin Farsad Producer - Danielle Jones-Wesley Engineer - Stephanie Aguilar Theme Music - Gaby Alter —— Advertise on Fake the Nation via Gumball.fm. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 5/25/22

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 116:18


On Wednesday's Mark Levin Show, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott made remarks today the way we hoped our President would have but instead, Biden politicized the deaths of these innocent children in Texas. But then former Congressman Beto O'Rourke rushed the stage to heckle the Governor and blame him for deadly gun laws. Then, the candidates for the US Senate primary in Pennsylvania are in court as David McCormick has filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit. The Pennsylvania Constitution is clear that the Secretary of State and the Supreme Court cannot change election laws, yet they did years ago. Moreover, all of the extras like forced mail-in ballots, poll workers dating and 'curing' ballots for voters and skipping the signature verification of ballot envelopes; all of these actions legally void a ballot (but they didn't in 2020). This is not a civil rights issue; this is a legal issue. If McCormick's campaign wins this lawsuit it will pave the way for Democrats to follow suit for the next election. Later, America doesn't need an absolute full-throated demagogue trashing the police officers that responded to this mass murder. Yet, Biden harped on the frayed public trust he claims is broken with police. Interestingly, Biden never signs an executive order to stop the killings happening in big cities in blue states run by his fellow Democrats. No mention of the same cities with the strongest gun control laws being the same cities with the most shootings and killings, just look at New York City and Chicago where crime is out of control and lunatics are on the loose. Afterward, those that hate America have always operated through a vehicle known as the Democrat Party. whether it was promoting, slavery, the Ku Klux Klan, and Jim Crow or the anti-Semitism, Critical Race Theory, and hatred for the Constitution that we see them espouse today. Now the American Marxists use the government as their personal iron fist to silence or spy on political dissidents.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Dom Giordano Program
MontCo GOP Chair Liz Preate-Havey with an Update on Contested Senate Primary

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 10:24


Liz Preate-Havey, chair of the Montgomery County GOP, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to provide an update in the highly contested Senate primary between Dave McCormick and Dr. Mehmet Oz. First, Giordano asks Preate-Havey as to whether or not MontCo has counted all of their votes, which the Chair confirms. Then, Giordano asks about the close vote count, asking Liz to tell listeners how a recount looks from the inside. After that, Giordano asks for Preate-Havey's opinion on a lawsuit filed by candidate David McCormick, who's suing in an effort to get wrongly dated ballots counted. Liz explains why she takes issue with the lawsuit, and tells how McCormick can score a huge political win if he were to withdraw the lawsuit. Also, Preate-Havey and Giordano forecast whether Dr. Oz will win over moderate women voters in a general election, a huge portion of voters in Pennsylvania. (Photo by Getty Images)

The Dom Giordano Program
Philadelphia Commissioner Omar Sabir on Texas Shooting; Liz Preate-Havey on Contested Senate Primary

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 46:10


Full Hour | In today's third hour, Philadelphia Commissioner Omar Sabir rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to offer his thoughts on the tragedy that unfolded in Ulvade, Texas. First, Sabir suggests we as a society take a step back and re-evaluate how we've gotten to this reality. Then, Dom asks the Commissioner about a potential solution he's discussed throughout the show, asking whether Sabir would support a strengthening of security in schools from a philosophical standpoints. After that, Giordano questions the mention of voting access in a press release by the Commissioner centered on the shooting, with Sabir explaining why he's in favor of, for example, more drop boxes in Philadelphia. Then, Liz Preate-Havey, chair of the Montgomery County GOP, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to provide an update in the highly contested Senate primary between Dave McCormick and Dr. Mehmet Oz. First, Giordano asks Preate-Havey as to whether or not MontCo has counted all of their votes, which the Chair confirms. Then, Giordano asks about the close vote count, asking Liz to tell listeners how a recount looks from the inside. After that, Giordano asks for Preate-Havey's opinion on a lawsuit filed by candidate David McCormick, who's suing in an effort to get wrongly dated ballots counted. Liz explains why she takes issue with the lawsuit, and tells how McCormick can score a huge political win if he were to withdraw the lawsuit. Also, Preate-Havey and Giordano forecast whether Dr. Oz will win over moderate women voters in a general election, a huge portion of voters in Pennsylvania. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images)

Mornings on the Mall
5.24.22 - Hour 2: RNC getting involved in PA race, Border in crisis

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 32:35


In the second hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Spencer Brown, managing editor at Town Hall about the RNC's involvement in David McCormick's undated ballot lawsuit.  Arizona's AG Marc Brnovich joins the program to offer solutions at the Southern Border. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mornings on the Mall
Spencer Brown Interview

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 8:53


Vince Coglianese speaks with Spencer Brown, managing editor at Town Hall about the RNC's involvement in David McCormick's undated ballot lawsuit.  For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

La Wikly
💰 EE. UU., oligarquía en potencia

La Wikly

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 20:29


23 de mayo | Nueva YorkLeer esta newsletter te llevará 11 minutos y 12 segundos.¿Has conocido a Anne? Bienvenido a La Wikly.🇺🇸 ¿País de oligarcas?Lo importante: una nueva decisión judicial del Tribunal Supremo este mes volvió a dejar claro el papel protagónico del dinero en las campañas electorales en Estados Unidos. Es solo un capítulo más de la política de un país cada vez más influenciada por los ricos.Muchos de los cuales son congresistas y senadores, como bien veremos más adelante.Explícamelo: el Supremo de mayoría conservadora dictaminó que los políticos en el cargo pueden reembolsar dinero que hayan prestado a sus campañas incluso después de haber ganado las elecciones; sin límites en la cifra.La decisión es controvertida, pero no sorprende vistas las decisiones que ha tomado el Supremo en ese contexto, especialmente ahora que seis jueces conservadores tienen el control ideológico de la corte.Contexto: la decisión más importante en ese término se remonta al año 2010, cuando el caso Citizens United v. Comisión Electoral Federal abrió la veda a que empresas, fundaciones o sindicatos tuvieran el poder de influenciar elecciones a golpe de talonario.A grandes rasgos, Citizens United permitió que grupos conocidos como Super PAC pudieran recibir cantidades ilimitadas de dinero que después invertir en campañas políticas de la forma en la que quisieran.Principalmente, los gastos van dirigidos a publicidad de defensa y ataque para ayudar o perjudicar a los candidatos de la elección de esas Super PAC. A veces, algunos grupos gastan decenas de millones de dólares para catapultar o enterrar a un candidato.La única condición importante es que esos grupos tienen prohibido coordinarse con las campañas de los candidatos, pero es algo que ciertos políticos están ignorando con iniciativas tan creativas como marcar en rojo en sus páginas web aquel contenido que quieren que sus grupos afines destaquen en sus inversiones publicitarias.¿Y ahora? Cada vez es más habitual ver a candidatos millonarios entrar en carreras políticas con el apoyo de su propia cuenta bancaria. Y si no son sus cofres, lo son los de sus socios millonarios que invierten millones de dólares en Super PAC paralelas.Lo vimos en las primarias republicanas al Senado por Ohio y por Pennsylvania, donde o bien había millonarios firmando cheques para sus campañas (Mike Gibbons, Mehmet Oz, Dave McCormick) o bien los firmaban otros por ellos (Peter Thiel, cofundador de PayPal, con J.D. Vance).Pero entonces, ¿qué es lo último que ha pasado?⚖️ Nueva ayuda judicialLa Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos avaló este mes la eliminación del límite que impone la normativa federal a los candidatos para recaudar fondos después de sus elecciones para devolverse el dinero que prestaron a su campaña.Es decir, los candidatos adinerados que prestan millones de dólares a sus propias campañas pueden obtener un cargo público y luego acudir a sus principales donantes para reponer las sumas que se prestaron en un primer lugar.La normativa hasta hace poco vigente se aprobó en 2002 como parte de la Ley Bipartidista de Reforma de Campañas. Lo que hacía era poner un tope de 250.000 dólares en la cantidad de dinero recaudado después de unas elecciones que las campañas pueden usar para pagar préstamos personales de los candidatos.El senador Ted Cruz, demandante en el caso, había argumentado que el límite de 250.000 dólares violaba la Primera Enmienda, restringiendo la libertad de expresión política sin preocupaciones de corrupción quid pro quo legítimas que la justifiquen.“El gobierno no puede identificar un solo caso de corrupción quid pro quo en este contexto. […] Y como asunto práctico, los préstamos personales a veces pueden ser la única forma en la que un candidato desconocido que desafía a alguien en un cargo público y conexiones limitadas puede potenciar el gasto de su campaña desde un primer momento”, escribió el presidente del Supremo John Roberts, de ideología conservadora, en su opinión mayoritaria.La defensa explicaba que los políticos pueden tener conflictos de interés una vez en el cargo. Si quieren recuperar el dinero prestado a su propia campaña antes de ganar su escaño, tienen la opción de pedir donaciones a cambio de votar de una forma u otra.“Reembolsar el préstamo de un candidato después de haber ganado unas elecciones no puede servir a los propósitos habituales de una contribución: el dinero llega demasiado tarde como para ayudar a cualquiera de sus actividades de campaña. Todo lo que hace el dinero es enriquecer al candidato personalmente en un momento en el que puede devolver el favor —por un voto, un contrato, un nombramiento. No hace falta ser un genio político para ver el riesgo elevado de corrupción”, escribió Elena Kazan, miembro progresista del Supremo, en su opinión minoritaria.Con esta última decisión, la Corte Suprema impulsa la capacidad de los donantes adinerados para enriquecer personalmente a los candidatos de su elección, incluidos a aquellos que invirtieron millones en sus propias campañas y siempre que acaben prevaleciendo el día de las elecciones.Si bien los donantes individuales todavía están sujetos al tope de contribución por elección (2.900 dólares por campaña en 2022), la decisión de la Corte Suprema significa que los candidatos pueden recaudar mucho más de ellos en conjunto para pagar sus propios préstamos.La decisión del tribunal es retroactiva, lo que significa que las campañas de este ciclo que tengan préstamos de candidatos podrán aprovechar las nuevas reglas después de sus elecciones. 95 candidatos a la Cámara y al Senado ya han prestado a sus campañas más de 250.000 dólares, según los registros de la Comisión Federal de Elecciones.En las primarias senatoriales de Pennsylvania, el famoso médico Mehmet Oz se enfrenta al financiador de cobertura David McCormick y a la exfuncionaria de la administración Trump Carla Sands. Oz ha prestado casi 15 millones de dólares a su propia campaña, mientras que McCormick prestó 11 millones y Sands aportó otros 3,9.En Arizona, el empresario republicano Jim Lamon le ha prestado a su campaña para el Senado 13 millones.En Alabama, el republicano Mike Durant prestó unos 2,6 millones a su campaña para el Senado.Y en Wisconsin, el demócrata Alex Lasry prestó a su campaña para el Senado más de 7 millones. Su principal oponente, Sarah Godlewski, ha prestado casi 3 millones a la suya.💸 Políticos acaudaladosQue haya candidatos con mucho dinero para poder desafiar a políticos en un cargo público, o acaso para optar a nuevos escaños abiertos por una jubilación o muerte, está lejos de ser novedad.Un estudio de Open Secrets reveló que el año pasado los candidatos a elecciones invirtieron un total de más de 100.000 millones de dólares en sus propias campañas electorales.Según estos datos, la mayoría de los candidatos autofinanciados de 2021 son republicanos. Registraron un total de 85,6 millones de autofinanciación en el año, en comparación con los 22,7 millones de los demócratas.En 2020, otro estudio de Open Secrets señalaba que más de la mitad de los miembros del Capitolio eran millonarios. La mediana del patrimonio neto de congresistas y senadores que presentaron declaraciones en 2019 es de poco más de 1 millón de dólares.Sin embargo, la enorme riqueza de algunos miembros del órgano contrastaba con la carencia de otros. Mientras que algunos legisladores todavía adeudaban préstamos estudiantiles, otros estaban pagando su tercera o cuarta hipoteca.Los líderes de ambas cámaras forman la lista de los 10 principales. La presidenta de la Cámara de Representantes, Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), ha visto aumentar su riqueza a casi 115 millones de dólares desde los 41 que tenía en 2004, el primer año en el que OpenSecrets comenzó a rastrear las finanzas personales.El líder de la mayoría del Senado, Mitch McConnell, vio aumentar su patrimonio neto desde 3 millones a más de 34 durante ese mismo periodo.🔭 ¿Y adónde vamos?Con la decisión de Citizens United y varias posteriores como la que nos trae aquí hoy, el Supremo estadounidense ha determinado que decidir dónde invertir dinero es una cuestión de derechos fundamentales. En concreto, de libertad de expresión.Por tanto, invertir dinero en campañas políticas, que es la cumbre del debate público, debe estar protegido a nivel constitucional.Esa perspectiva es y sigue siendo controvertida, sobre todo en un país donde la desigualdad económica es cada vez más rampante y el 1 por ciento acumula cada vez más riqueza.Y aunque ambos partidos han sabido aprovechar la proliferación de las Super PAC, ya hay estudios que han determinado que es el partido republicano el que mejores resultados ha logrado tras la decisión de Citizens United.La pregunta es, ¿será capaz Estados Unidos de entender y solucionar los problemas de la clase trabajadora cuando sus políticos son más ricos a cada ciclo electoral que concluye?¿Desea saber más? En The Atlantic tienen una columna interesante sobre lo que el movimiento progresista puede hacer para contrarrestar estas decisiones judiciales que juegan en contra de sus sueños por políticas más redistributivas. Y esta entrevista al catedrático Jeffrey Winters especializado en el estudio de la oligarquía es un buen plus a esta newsletter.🎬 Una recomendaciónCon la colaboración de FilminCosmópolis es una película canadiense de 2012 dirigida por David Cronenberg. Sigue el trayecto en limusina de un ejecutivo que quiere cortarse el pelo en su barbería de confianza, situada en la otra punta de la ciudad de Nueva York. Durante el recorrido, el capitalismo que lo enriqueció se desmorona a su alrededor.Robert Pattinson encabeza el reparto en el papel de Eric Packer. Fue la primera película puramente de autor del actor lejos de su periplo comercial con Harry Potter y Crepúsculo —uno que agradecemos hasta el día de hoy por habernos dado interpretaciones geniales en títulos como The Rover, La ciudad perdida de Z, Good Time o High Life.Cronenberg adapta la novela homónima de Don DeLillo, no exactamente su trabajo más aclamado pese a la reputación que le precede en Estados Unidos. Y esta película sufrió casi el mismo destino, pues la crítica la desplumó tildándola de aburrida, anodina y evidente.Pero por esa misma razón creo que Cosmópolis es tan interesante y puede disfrutarse desde una perspectiva menos analítica. No es tanto la ambición ni las pretensiones lo que fascina, sino la forma en la que lo presenta (qué forma de rodar en interiores) y la forma en la que lo narra (esas interpretaciones y esos diálogos desprovistos de vitalidad; esa comicidad seca y cruel).Me quedo con esta cita de Manohla Dargis para The New York Times, muy relevante en los tiempos que corren:“Tomada como un comentario sobre el estado del mundo en la era del tardocapitalismo (para empezar), Cosmópolis puede parecer obvia y casi banal. Pero estas banalidades, que están acompañadas por miradas vidriosas, también son la clave: el mundo está quemándose y todo lo que algunos de nosotros hacemos es ver las llamas con una familiaridad exhausta”.Cosmópolis está disponible en Filmin.🌐 Facebook concreta planesBy Marina EnrichLo importante: Nick Clegg, el presidente de asuntos globales de Meta, escribió un artículo la semana pasada exponiendo en unas 8.000 palabras qué significa el metaverso y por qué es relevante. Sí, igual no es la forma más efectiva de hacerlo cuando tienen como misión “acercar a la gente”, lol.Contexto: en octubre, Facebook anunciaba que iba a cambiar su nombre a Meta para representar el nuevo rumbo de la empresa hacia el metaverso.Es importante recordar que ese cambio se hizo en medio de una muy mala racha de imagen por falta de transparencia.Wait, ¿qué era el metaverso? El metaverso es una experiencia más inmersiva de internet. Incorpora la realidad virtual, pero no solamente eso. Hoy en día quienes más han desarrollado ideas del metaverso son juegos online como Roblox o Minecraft. Emilio tiene un vídeo hablando del tema.Las claves: Durante estos últimos meses, tanto Clegg como Mark Zuckerberg han desarrollado las siguientes ideas sobre el metaverso:El metaverso no es un producto como lo es Instagram. Es una infraestructura que no posee nadie y en la que todo el mundo debería poder desarrollar ideas —y es ahí dentro donde Meta desarrollaría productos.Meta no gobernará el metaverso, “igual que no hay un internet de Google, o un internet de Microsoft”, dice Clegg. Aunque con el poder que tienen estas grandes tecnológicas, es fácil argumentar que sí tienen un papel importante en la futura gobernanza.Los problemas de moderación continuarán. En el metaverso habrá los mismos problemas que tenemos en la vida real y Meta sigue sin plantear soluciones. Las reglas que habrá dependerán de la “sección” en la que estés dentro del metaverso.En 10-15 años, o quizá más, veremos el metaverso tal y como lo imaginan Clegg y compañía.El Presidente de Asuntos Globales de Meta ha planteado muchas preguntas sobre el metaverso y no ha resuelto tantas dudas. Está claro que es un gran reto, pero visto el pasado (y presente) de Meta, no se pueden permitir no ser más transparentes con sus planes de acción para lidiar con esos problemas.Además, tampoco ha hablado sobre los planes de monetización de Meta en el metaverso, pero como ya los sabemos (i.e. rastrear y elaborar perfiles para comercializar los datos), es muy difícil que no nos genere desconfianza.Pero bueno, como dice Clegg al acabar el artículo, el metaverso va a llegar, queramos o no. 🙃En otro orden de cosas, hoy ha vuelto Lunes por el mundo con novedades sobre la gira de Joe Biden en Asia, la caída de Mariúpol en Ucrania o los temporales que han devastado ciudades en India y Bangladesh, entre otros titulares internacionales.Puedes volver a ver el directo completo en Twitch.Feliz semana, This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.lawikly.com/subscribe

Washington Week (audio) | PBS
Primary elections in battleground states spotlight Trump's hold on the GOP

Washington Week (audio) | PBS

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022


Critical primary elections were held this week in North Carolina and Pennsylvania. In the Tarheel state, candidates endorsed by former President Trump had mixed results. In Pennsylvania, GOP Senate candidates Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick are locked in a tight race to challenge Democrat John Fetterman as election denier Doug Mastriano won the Republican primary for governor.

Southpaws
Southpaws 5-20-22

Southpaws

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 58:57


Darren and Jack discuss these topics:Several states had primary elections on May 17. We covered some of the results.The Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary between Dr. Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund manager David McCormick is too close to call, while progressive John Fetterman won the Democratic Senate primary.Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano will, by his own admission, end abortion and control elections if he's elected.Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) lost his primary race against a McDonald's franchisee.In Idaho, Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin (R) lost her bid to primary Governor Brad Little (R) out of office.Jack wondered why the Democrats aren't fighting harder against Republicans.Activists allegedly spray painted graffiti on the driveways and sidewalks in front of the homes of several Grand Rapids, Michigan city commissioners and Mayor Rosalynn Bliss to protest the shooting death of Patrick Lyoya.Jack asked why there's been no pushback against Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker for stalling the investigation into the shooting of Lyoya.Darren and Jack can't find any progressive Black leaders in Grand Rapids, but they can find lots of establishment status quo Black leaders.We talked about the shooting at the Tops Grocery store in Buffalo, New York.Yet another white shooter is captured alive while unarmed Black men are shot to death by police.And a Michigan Court of Claims judge issued a preliminary injunction preventing the state from enforcing a 1931 ban on abortions if Roe v Wade is overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.Off The Cuff: A San Jose, California police officer is charged with indecent exposure after he allegedly masturbated in front of a family who called police for a domestic disturbance.Off The Cuff: A nonspeaking autistic Valedictorian gave a powerful speech at her college graduation in Florida using text-to-speech software.

Crosstalk America
News Roundup & Comment

Crosstalk America

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 53:00


Here's your sample of news stories from this week's Round-Up program. More stories, as well as listener comments, can be heard when you review this broadcast.----The Department of Homeland Security's Disinformation Governance Board has been put on hold just weeks after it was established and announced to the public.----Pennsylvania's hotly contested U.S. Senate Republican primary race between Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick could be decided by a significant number of unscanned, Lancaster County, mail-in ballots.----Two children hospitalized in Tennessee after their parents could not find a special type of baby formula amid a nationwide shortage.----The Daily Caller has reported that the Biden administration knew about the baby formula shortage as early as February.----Walmart is shipping baby formula from Wyoming to New Jersey while Nestle is flying Gerber baby food formula to the U.S. from the Netherlands and Switzerland to address the significant shortages in America. ----On Wednesday President Joe Biden invoked the Defense Production Act to speed production of infant formula and authorized flights to import supplies from overseas.----The same globalists who have been supporting and promoting the COVID agenda are also driving the world toward a global food crisis and famine.----Americans are facing what a major bank calls a cruel summer with gasoline prices that could hit -6 per gallon.----Some gas stations across America are already bracing for the next big thing, namely the price per gallon potentially exceeding -10.----The U.S. stockpile of diesel fuel hit a nearly 2 decade low as fuel prices hit a record high on Wednesday.

Jack Riccardi Show
JACK RICCARDI ON DEMAND AIRED THURS. 05/19/2022

Jack Riccardi Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 96:41


It's Thursday and topics tackled today include...Supplies of baby formula across the country have been severely curtailed in recent weeks after a February recall. Because of this, President Biden invoked the Defense Production Act to speed up production of baby formula. Meanwhile, the House passed two bills to address the baby formula shortage as one bill provides 28 million dollars in emergency funding to the FDA to beef up inspections.; Many seem to be in a flutter over a speech blunder former President Bush had on the Russia attack on Ukraine at an event he attended.; Much has been said since a Supreme Court draft appeared possibly overturning Roe v. Wade but some say that abortion activist and the liberal left are moving into a nationwide wave of violence to make their point.; Sports Illustrated this week rolled out its annual swimsuit issue with this years edition highlighting body diversity but according to clinical psychologist, Jordon Peterson, is facing backlash after making remarks on a Asian American curve model leaves Twitter.; A Senate key race in the PA GOP primary between Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund head David McCormick tightens with thousands of ballots left to count and Jack takes your calls on the days News and Hot topics.

In Focus with Stephanie Hamill
Biden's Ministry of Truth Gets Shut Down... For Now | Ep.1

In Focus with Stephanie Hamill

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 60:01


On today's episode of "In Focus with Addison Smith", the Pennsylvania primary race remains neck-and-neck as Dr. Oz and David McCormick approach a recount vote, gas prices continue to shatter records by the day, the Department of Homeland Security reportedly braces for riots at the Supreme Court, Project Veritas exposes Twitter employees admitting to a communist work environment, and Biden's Disinformation Governance Board is put on the backburner.

Crosstalk America from VCY America
News Roundup & Comment

Crosstalk America from VCY America

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 53:00


Here's your sample of news stories from this week's Round-Up program. More stories, as well as listener comments, can be heard when you review this broadcast.----The Department of Homeland Security's Disinformation Governance Board has been put on hold just weeks after it was established and announced to the public.----Pennsylvania's hotly contested U.S. Senate Republican primary race between Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick could be decided by a significant number of unscanned, Lancaster County, mail-in ballots.----Two children hospitalized in Tennessee after their parents could not find a special type of baby formula amid a nationwide shortage.----The Daily Caller has reported that the Biden administration knew about the baby formula shortage as early as February.----Walmart is shipping baby formula from Wyoming to New Jersey while Nestle is flying Gerber baby food formula to the U.S. from the Netherlands and Switzerland to address the significant shortages in America. ----On Wednesday President Joe Biden invoked the Defense Production Act to speed production of infant formula and authorized flights to import supplies from overseas.----The same globalists who have been supporting and promoting the COVID agenda are also driving the world toward a global food crisis and famine.----Americans are facing what a major bank calls a cruel summer with gasoline prices that could hit -6 per gallon.----Some gas stations across America are already bracing for the next big thing, namely the price per gallon potentially exceeding -10.----The U.S. stockpile of diesel fuel hit a nearly 2 decade low as fuel prices hit a record high on Wednesday.

Korrespondentene
Primærvalg i Pennsylvania og masseskyting i Buffalo

Korrespondentene

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:51


Vi har kommet oss igjen etter 17. mai-feiring, og oppsummerer primærvalgene i Pennsylvania for både guvernør- og senatskandidatene. Det er fortsatt dødt løp mellom Dr. Oz og David McCormick mens på Demokratisk side er det John Fetterman som blir senatskandidat, til tross for at han fikk slag kun dager før velgerne gikk til stemmeurnene.  Kveldens mest oppsiktsvekkende resultat var at delstatssenator Doug Mastriano, som både var i DC den 6. januar 2021 og forsøkte å gjøre om valgresultatet i Pennsylvania, ble Republikanernes guvernørkandidat.  Vi skal også såvidt innom North Carolina der Madison Cawthorn tapte sitt  primærvalg, og dermed ser det ut til at han ikke blir å finne i Kongressen neste år.  Mathias forteller også om hvordan det var å dekke masseskyting i Buffalo der 10 personer ble drept av en hvit nasjonalist. 

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert
Sec. Antony Blinken | Results Penn-ding

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 31:34


While Rep. Madison Cawthorn was the clear loser in the North Carolina primary, as of our taping time the results were still too close to call in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary pitting Dr. Mehmet Oz against David McCormick. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken makes his first visit to The Late Show for a three-part interview with Stephen Colbert, which begins with Sec. Blinken's assertion that an independent Ukraine will long outlast the rule of Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Stay tuned to hear the Secretary of State shred with our band! We want your feedback on The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert! Visit http://www.colbertlateshow.com/podsurvey to take a brief survey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Wednesday 5/18 Hour 1

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 32:13


Primaries were held in multiple states yesterday as we ramp up for the midterms in November. It's too close to call in the Republican primary for the PA Senate seat between retired hedge fund executive, David McCormick and Trump's candidate, Dr. Oz. Congressman Madison Cawthorn of NC lost his reelection attempt to his challenger despite Trump's endorsement. Skip and Blake argue the relevance of Shakespeare in school. Listeners comment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jack Riccardi Show
JACK RICCARDI ON DEMAND AIRED WED. 05/18/2022

Jack Riccardi Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 100:18


It's Wednesday and topics tackled today include...Stock Market took a tumble today as the Dow drops 1100 points for its biggest decline since 2020 as the sell-off on Wall Street intensifies.; Five states held primary elections as some results tested former President Trumps influence on the Republican side with mixed results. Meanwhile, a Senate key race in the GOP primary between TV host Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund head David McCormick is too close to call.; John Fetteman won a blowout victory for the Democratic Senate nomination while he was in a hospital recovering from a stroke. With the primary elections and midterm elections around the corner, do you think the 2022 vote will be fair?; The Department of Homeland Security's Disinformation Governance Board is being put on hold weeks after it was announced to the public of its establishment and following a drafted letter of resignation from board leader Nina Jankowicz.; Special guest Rep. Chip Roy join us to break the latest on our worsening of the Texas border crisis.; We remember Donna Summer and Jack takes your calls on the days News and Hot Topics.

The Mark Kaye Show
Trump Wins NC! Ties PA!!!!

The Mark Kaye Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 102:45


5-18-2022 Hannah's Theory on why David McCormick pulled ahead, The Disinformation Board – Nina Jencowiks has stepped down, Hannah calls Mark "Bald-a-mort."

The Dom Giordano Program
Senate Candidates Dave McCormick and Kathy Barnette Check In Post-Election Day

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 46:49


In today's third hour, Giordano welcomes back Pennsylvania Republican candidate for Senate Dave McCormick as he awaits the results of a highly contested primary election against Dr. Mehmet Oz and Kathy Barnette. First, Giordano asks for McCormick's thoughts on the way that Pennsylvania runs their elections, with McCormick lamenting about the delay while propping out the incredible turnout which has flooded election officials. Then, Giordano highlights McCormick's strategy of utilizing the mail-in balloting system in Pennsylvania, noting that one must play their game on the field provided to them. In addition, McCormick comments on social media posts made by former President Donald Trump urging Dr. Mehmet Oz to declare victory as a way to get in front of McCormick ‘stealing the election.' Then, Kathy Barnette returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the highly contested Senate primary vote yesterday held in Pennsylvania, in which she faced off against Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick. First, Giordano asks whether the 3rd place finish stings, with Barnette explaining how proud she is of what she did while campaigning, expressing her gratitude for those who offered her their support. Then, Giordano asks Barnette about her campaign and strategy, bringing to light the negative allegations being thrown Barnette's way. Dom asks Barnette whether she did want to go on Hannity to refute these claims, with Kathy telling that she wanted to go on but only to face off with Dr. Mehmet Oz. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

The Dom Giordano Program
Kathy Barnette Remarks about the Pennsylvania Senate Primary

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 6:50


Kathy Barnette returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the highly contested Senate primary vote yesterday held in Pennsylvania, in which she faced off against Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick. First, Giordano asks whether the 3rd place finish stings, with Barnette explaining how proud she is of what she did while campaigning, expressing her gratitude for those who offered her their support. Then, Giordano asks Barnette about her campaign and strategy, bringing to light the negative allegations being thrown Barnette's way. Dom asks Barnette whether she did want to go on Hannity to refute these claims, with Kathy telling that she wanted to go on but only to face off with Dr. Mehmet Oz. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

Centered From Reality
The Primaries Were... ehhh & Ted Cruz is a Methodical A$$

Centered From Reality

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 35:22


In this episode, Alex goes over the primaries and how the results have been a mixed bag for the future. He goes over why it is great that Fetterman won the Democratic Primary in Pennsylvania and why it does not matter if Memet Oz or David McCormick wins the Republican Primary because both are frauds. However, Doug Mastriano, a QANON believing, January 6th involved state senator won the Pennsylvania governor primary for the GOP. Then Alex celebrates Madison Cawthorn's defeat in North Carolina and cries over how Ted Budd, backed by Trump, won North Carolina's Republican Senate primary. Alex concludes the episode by discussing why Ted Cruz is a brilliant, methodical ass. NPR notes that “The U.S. Supreme Court's conservative majority sided with Republican Sen. Ted Cruz on Monday, ruling that a federal ban on outsiders repaying a candidate's campaign loan to himself after an election violates the constitutional guarantee of free speech.” Ted Cruz saw a whole that exposed the 2002 McCain-Feingold Act and now multimillionaires will have more power in campaign finance. In Justice Kagan's dissent, she notes that “The only loser is the public, which inevitably suffers from government corruption." 

Mark Simone
How Are Trump Endorsed Candidates Doing?

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 15:11


The fake news has been piling on former President Trump because some of his endorsed candidate did not do well last night. Trump endorsed Dr. Oz is in a dead heat with republican David McCormick. Democratic candidate for PA Gov. John Fetterman suffered a stroke and a heart attack.

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast
CBN NewsWatch AM: May 18, 2022

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:30


Closely-watched Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania headed to a recount between candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick; concerns that the latest version of the nuclear Iran deal could lead to a nuclear Middle East; a look at the ...

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast
CBN NewsWatch AM: May 18, 2022

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:30


Closely-watched Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania headed to a recount between candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick; concerns that the latest version of the nuclear Iran deal could lead to a nuclear Middle East; a look at the ...

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast
CBN NewsWatch AM: May 18, 2022

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:30


Closely-watched Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania headed to a recount between candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick; concerns that the latest version of the nuclear Iran deal could lead to a nuclear Middle East; a look at the ...

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast
CBN NewsWatch AM: May 18, 2022

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:30


Closely-watched Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania headed to a recount between candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick; concerns that the latest version of the nuclear Iran deal could lead to a nuclear Middle East; a look at the ...

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast
CBN NewsWatch AM: May 18, 2022

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:30


Closely-watched Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania headed to a recount between candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick; concerns that the latest version of the nuclear Iran deal could lead to a nuclear Middle East; a look at the ...

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast
CBN NewsWatch AM: May 18, 2022

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:30


Closely-watched Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania headed to a recount between candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick; concerns that the latest version of the nuclear Iran deal could lead to a nuclear Middle East; a look at the ...

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast
CBN NewsWatch AM: May 18, 2022

CBN.com - NewsWatch - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:30


Closely-watched Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania headed to a recount between candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick; concerns that the latest version of the nuclear Iran deal could lead to a nuclear Middle East; a look at the ...

The Washington Times Front Page

On today's Front Page: Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman wins the Democratic Senate primary as GOP contenders Mehmet Oz and David McCormick are still in a tight race, the key Ukrainian port city of Mariupol has fallen, and more.

Wayne Dupree Show
S10E1503: Barnette: I Won't Support PA GOP Senate Nominee If I Am Not Chosen

Wayne Dupree Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 67:38


Kathy Barnette said she will not support the Republican nominee against the likely Democrat nominee Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. It is worth noting Fetterman is an avowed socialist, so Barnette refusing to support either Dr. Mehmet Oz or businessman David McCormick if one of them wins instead of her essentially means she would be helping a socialist Democrat win in the general election.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
Election Day in Pennsylvania, Hugh does The Rundown, Guests Sen. Tom Cotton, David McCormick

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 39:33


Today's guests: Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas. Dave McCormick, Pennsylvania Senate candidate. David Drucker, senior political correspondent, Washington Examiner and author, “In Trump's Shadow” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Pennsylvania Showdown: Interviews with Kathy Barnette, Dave McCormick

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:35


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we are featuring two interviews and two interviews only. So, no monologue. If you are really craving one, go to or download the Sirius XM app and you can listen to it there. We spent a lot of time with Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary candidate Kathy Barnette this morning. She's the outsider candidate who has had a meteoric rise, but not without controversy. We cover it all with her. I admit, she doesn't directly answer some of my questions, but she does break news in the instances when she does. Then, we speak to another Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary candidate, David McCormick. He has a wildly different background and demeanor than Barnette, though they apparently have arrived at very similar politics. McCormick comes right at apparent front-runner Dr. Mehmet Oz in his segment and provides a couple of stark contrasts between him and Barnette as well. And while Barnette lacks some polish, she does get the people going. McCormick comes off as more of a consummate professional, but is that even helpful in our current political environment? The voters will decide tomorrow.

From Washington – FOX News Radio
In Pennsylvania, A Dead Heat For GOP Senate Nominee

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 30:26


With the Pennsylvania primary just one day away, GOP candidates for Senate are making their last campaign pushes across the Commonwealth. The latest Fox News polling suggests a tight race ahead of the May 17th primary, with Dr. Mehmet Oz, Kathy Barnette and David McCormick in a virtual dead heat. Businessman and GOP Pennsylvania Senate candidate David McCormick joins the Rundown to break down why he believes the undecideds will vote for him and how his upbringing in Pennsylvania inspired him to run for Senate. Later he explains the value of his military and business background and what he would do on Day 1 as senator to reverse the economic policies of the Biden administration.   With the pandemic came a number of supply chain issues frustrating Americans at stores. The most recent product missing from shelves? Baby formula. Following the shutdown of an Abbott Formula plant in Sturgis, Michigan, families across the country have been scrambling to find solutions to feed their infants. Lauren Simonetti, FOX Business correspondent and host of the "We're Momming Today!" podcast, joins the Rundown to discuss the causes of the shortage, the impact of the crisis on families, and what she believes the White House and manufacturers must do to solve the problem.    Plus, commentary from FOX News Contributor Joe Concha. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The FOX News Rundown
In Pennsylvania, A Dead Heat For GOP Senate Nominee

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 30:26


With the Pennsylvania primary just one day away, GOP candidates for Senate are making their last campaign pushes across the Commonwealth. The latest Fox News polling suggests a tight race ahead of the May 17th primary, with Dr. Mehmet Oz, Kathy Barnette and David McCormick in a virtual dead heat. Businessman and GOP Pennsylvania Senate candidate David McCormick joins the Rundown to break down why he believes the undecideds will vote for him and how his upbringing in Pennsylvania inspired him to run for Senate. Later he explains the value of his military and business background and what he would do on Day 1 as senator to reverse the economic policies of the Biden administration.   With the pandemic came a number of supply chain issues frustrating Americans at stores. The most recent product missing from shelves? Baby formula. Following the shutdown of an Abbott Formula plant in Sturgis, Michigan, families across the country have been scrambling to find solutions to feed their infants. Lauren Simonetti, FOX Business correspondent and host of the "We're Momming Today!" podcast, joins the Rundown to discuss the causes of the shortage, the impact of the crisis on families, and what she believes the White House and manufacturers must do to solve the problem.    Plus, commentary from FOX News Contributor Joe Concha. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ben Ferguson Morning Update
All out war in GOP PA Senate race. I talk with Senate candidate David McCormick about why Dr. OZ is NO conservative

Ben Ferguson Morning Update

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 32:26


From Washington – FOX News Radio
Kathy Barnette On Her Campaign, Her Late Surge, And Her Critics

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 28:03


The Pennsylvania primary will take place this Tuesday, with many looking closely at the GOP Senate race. For months, much of the focus has been on candidates Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick, who have been the clear frontrunners. But in just the past few days, Kathy Barnette has surprised the political world as she has dramatically risen in the polls and created a virtual three-way tie. Earlier in the week, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke with political commentator Kathy Barnette about her late surge, what sets her apart from the other candidates and why she thinks she represents the MAGA movement without getting the endorsement of former President Trump. Barnette also discussed why she revealed at a recent debate that she was a byproduct of rape and how her unique and challenging background helped shape her views on abortion and other issues. Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversation in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear the entire discussion with U.S. Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette and hear more of her perspective on the race and her life story.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The FOX News Rundown
Kathy Barnette On Her Campaign, Her Late Surge, And Her Critics

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 28:03


The Pennsylvania primary will take place this Tuesday, with many looking closely at the GOP Senate race. For months, much of the focus has been on candidates Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick, who have been the clear frontrunners. But in just the past few days, Kathy Barnette has surprised the political world as she has dramatically risen in the polls and created a virtual three-way tie. Earlier in the week, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke with political commentator Kathy Barnette about her late surge, what sets her apart from the other candidates and why she thinks she represents the MAGA movement without getting the endorsement of former President Trump. Barnette also discussed why she revealed at a recent debate that she was a byproduct of rape and how her unique and challenging background helped shape her views on abortion and other issues. Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversation in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear the entire discussion with U.S. Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette and hear more of her perspective on the race and her life story.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
DAY 479: The Pennsylvania G.O.P primary heats up ahead of the election

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 43:23


Trump endorsed Senate candidate Mehmet Oz and David McCormick are both getting some unexpected competition in the final days of the campaign, from ultra-right wing candidate Kathy Barnette. The election is dividing even the most dedicated Trump loyalists. Meanwhile, the January 6th Committee weighs what to do if the five subpoenaed members of Congress ignore their summons. And the White House is responding to the nationwide shortage of baby formula. John Micek, Barbara McQuade, Juanita Tolliver, Annie Gasparro, Dr. Lanre Falusi, Jake Ward and Jon Meacham join.

CNN Political Briefing
Trump Casts Shadow on PA GOP Senate Race

CNN Political Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 8:04


Former President Donald Trump is nervous about the odds his endorsed candidate – Dr. Mehmet Oz – has of winning the Senate GOP primary in Pennsylvania next Tuesday. CNN Political Director David Chalian explains the emergence of a candidate in the race who's complicating things for Oz and David McCormick, another top primary contender. It's why party leaders are watching this race closely too. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

The Brian Kilmeade Show Free Podcast
FAIL: Democrats' Show Vote on Abortion Fails in the Senate

The Brian Kilmeade Show Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 133:09


[00:03:11] Gen. Phillip Breedlove (Ret.) [00:18:30] David McCormick [00:40:15] Marc Thiessen [00:55:21] Katie Pavlich [01:13:55] Mark Esper [01:29:19] David Avella Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Chris Stigall Show
A Republican Senate Primary Food Fight Just Ramped Up!

The Chris Stigall Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 27:27


Kathy Barnette is in a statistical three-way tie with David McCormick and Dr. Oz who've largely ignored her campaign until new numbers show Kathy is now a contender. And just like that, everything but the kitchen sink is being thrown at the Barnette campaign beginning yesterday ahead of Tuesday's primary day. Hear Barnette answer all the accusations and tough questions from Stigall here.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
Finland to Join NATO, Hugh does The Rundown, Guests David McCormick, AZ Gov. Doug Ducey, more

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 89:45


Today's guests: Governor Doug Ducey from Arizona. Pennsylvania Senate candidate Dave McCormick. Oklahoma Senate candidate Alex Gray. Former Missouri Senator Jim Talent, senior fellow, Bipartisan Policy Center. Dr. Michael Oren, former Israeli deputy prime minister for diplomacy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The FOX News Rundown
Trump Endorsement To Be Tested Again In Pennsylvania

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:06


The Pennsylvania primary will take place Tuesday, May 17th with many looking closely at the GOP Senate primary as recent polls show the race has narrowed down to a near tie between the three candidates: Dr. Mehmet Oz, David McCormick, and Kathy Barnette. The Keystone State represents an important Senate race for the GOP in the 2022 midterms. Political commentator Kathy Barnette has recently soared in the polls creating the three-way race. Barnette joins the Rundown to discuss her recent surge in the polls, what sets her apart from the other candidates and why she believes her campaign is resonating with Pennsylvania voters.    Following the leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion that would apparently overturn Roe v. Wade, pro-choice activists have been conducting protests outside the house of Justice Samuel Alito, the author of the draft. While Democrats have voiced their support for the protesters to use their First Amendment rights, Republicans have condemned their actions, saying their intimidation of Justices is unethical. Esther Salas is the Federal Judge for the District Court in New Jersey. She joins the Rundown to discuss the need for security for Supreme Court Justices, the tragic story of how she lost her son during an attack on her family, and why she believes common ground must be found during this time.    Plus, commentary by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Star Spangled Gamblers
Kathy Barnette: Pennsylvania Frontrunner or Fake News?

Star Spangled Gamblers

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 67:42


We're in overtime for one of the year's most impactful primaries. On Tuesday, Pennsylvania Republicans will choose their nominee for a race that may decide which party controls the Senate in 2023. Which way they are leaning remains a complete and total mystery with a field that features three potent candidates: TV host Dr. Mehmet Oz, ultra-wealthy businessman David McCormick, and Fox News personality (& breakout star) Kathy Barnette. 

Diamond & Silk: The Podcast
EP | 163 Diamond and Silk Joined by Kathy Barnette Candidate for U.S. Senate for Pennsylvania

Diamond & Silk: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 60:30


Kathy Barnette Candidate for U.S. Senate for Pennsylvania, veteran, and former professor of corporate finance joined Diamond and Silk to share her campaign message founded on fighting for the soul of our nation. On a shoestring budget, Barnette is currently running neck and neck with two big-spending front-runners, Mehmet Oz and David McCormick as the May 17 primary approaches. You can support Kathy Barnette's campaign by visiting: https://barnetteforsenate.com/ SHARE, SHARE, SHARE Sponsors: 1. https://DisMeCoins.com 2. https://StepOnSocks.com 3. https://MyPillow.com/TrumpWon Save up to 66% Use Promo Code: TrumpWon to receive a discount. Visit http://SupportDiamondandSilk.com to Become a Monthly Supporter Follow Diamond and Silk at https://ChatDit.com Follow Diamond and Silk on https://Gettr.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.