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AMATEUR NATION
Episode 173: “The Ministry of Common Sense”

AMATEUR NATION

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 21:04


THIS WEEK:It's a SPECIAL, ALL, “A la Carte” episode! That didn't take long! Dave Chappelle attacked on stage. Thanks, Will Smith! Now away with you. I think I hear your wife banging another man somewhere. And speaking of cuckolds, Will Smith and Satan Pinkett Smith to divorce. Good for you, Will! First heal, then DISH. The difference between amateurs and Pros can be traced back to when you had a substitute teacher. Mother's Day is over and we can all go back to pretending men can give birth!  Remember, “My body, my choice” only applies to pregnant women—and men. But not masks and gene experiments disguised as medicine. Bamboo-based toilet paper—NERP. What say we look into all these food processing plants being destroyed? Anyone seen Bill Gates? Amazon: learning from the Disney playbook every day. On “3 Pro Things”: the horror of the IDEA of having a “Ministry of Truth”, jump off the sinking ship that is Disney, and how the government works in 5 easy steps!Get podcast previews and other fun content every Thursday at 7 a.m. Eastern! See the lyrics and “like” the video for, “My Prez” on YouTube! https://bit.ly/3iyNGpbSubscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wuyAWqGet the book! https://amzn.to/2qWAOlz Facebook: https://facebook.com/lousantinientertainment GETTR: @lousantiniInstagram: @lou.santini3Website: www.lousantini.com 

Miso, Weshalb, Warum?
MWW Folge 067 - Einkaufen in Deutschland Teil 1

Miso, Weshalb, Warum?

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 98:29


Ahoi und Willkommen zur lange angekündigten Folge zum Thema »Einkaufen in Deutschland«. Für die erste von zwei Folgen zu diesem höchst brisanten Thema haben wir unseren Stammhörer, Teilzeit-Gast und Craftbier-Experten Justus aus Düsseldorf eingeladen. Warum geben wir in Deutschland weniger Geld für Ernährung aus als unsere Nachbarländer? Welchen Stellenwert hat gutes Essen in Deutschland? Zielt der starre Wochenmarkt mit seinen Öffnungszeiten an unserer Generation vorbei? Dazu gibt es Umfrageergebnisse und Statistiken, die überraschendes zu Tage fördern. Irgendwann gibt es dann auch noch das Dish der Woche und einen vielleicht nicht ganz ernst gemeinten Kochbuchtipp hat Daniel auch noch im Gepäck. Nächste Woche gibt es dann Teil 2. Dort werden wir sicherlich spannende Anregungen für mehr Abwechslung und Produktvielfalt beim Einkaufen liefern. Außerdem gehen wir der Frage nach, was wir in Deutschland tun sollten, damit gutes Essen wieder mehr Beachtung bekommt und ob kulinarische Bildung nicht schon Aufgabe der Schulen sein sollte. Und nun viel Freude mit Teil 1! Die Getränke aus Folge 067: »Pale Armadillo« von Tempest »Long White Cloud« von Tempest

Jack Riccardi Show
Jack Riccardi on demand aired Fri. 05132022

Jack Riccardi Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 103:19


It's finally Friday and topics tackled today include...Parents scramble for baby formula as shortage worsens as one U.S. manufacturer of baby food formula has said that it could take six to eight weeks for its products to reach shelves as the shortage has turned into a full blown national crisis.: Meanwhile, some say bacteria, viruses and trade policies are driving the U.S. baby formula shortage.; White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki held her last briefing as she hands th podium over to Karine Jean-Pierre who will become the first black and openly gay person to serve as press Secretary.; Growing up as a kid, what was the TV show you hated that your parents loved to watch and its Friday and another serving of "The Dish" is piping hot out of the oven.

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Tina Brown On The Royal Family

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 69:03


She needs no introduction — but in magazine history, Tina Brown is rightly deemed a legend, reviving Tatler, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, before turning to the web and The Daily Beast (where I worked for her). Her new book is The Palace Papers. We talked journalism, life and royals.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app,” which will connect you to the Dishcast feed. For two clips of our convo — on Meghan Markle’s epic narcissism, and why women make the best monarchs — head over to our YouTube page. Having Tina on the pod was the perfect excuse to transcribe our popular episode with Michael Moynihan, who used to work for Tina at The Daily Beast — which also hosted the Dish for a few years. So we’re all old friends. From the Moynihan chat:Andrew: I was talking to Tina Brown about this not that long ago, with the great days of the big magazines in the '80s and '90s. Really, when you look back on that time, it was an incredible festival of decadence and clearly over the top before the fall.Michael: I love Tina. I did a thing — you can look this up — an interview with her, when her Vanity Fair Diaries came out, for The Fifth Column. Just Tina and I sat down and talked for an hour and a half, and it was one of the best things I think we’ve recorded, and got one of the best responses. Because people miss those stories.Perhaps Bill Kristol should check out the clip with Moynihan on how to change your mind on stuff you get wrong:A listener looks back to last week’s episode:Wonderful interview with Douglas Murray, with the two of you riffing off each other with brilliant dialogue. Very warm and affirming as well. I particularly enjoyed your discussion of the religious dimension as one aspect of our present dilemma. I know you would want to provide variety for the Dishcast, but please consider having him on again.Another fan:This was the most memorable episode in a long time (although they are all great). Of course, your dialogue was choir-preaching, and so I need to be careful in avoiding confirmation bias. That said, I found Murray’s elegant way of encapsulating the obvious — which I fail to express myself — truly invigorating. I rewound and listened to many parts several times over. I ordered his book today.Another listener dissents:I find the armchair psychoanalysis regarding ressentiment — as the organizing principle of what is happening in our culture today — to be one of the least compelling arguments made in the episode. Why not go ahead and attribute our perpetual unwillingness in the West to recognize what is great about it to Christianity’s concept of original sin? Or maybe read psychoanalytic literature on why an individual or group of people who are objectively improving might hold onto beliefs of the self or society as rotten? These seem just as likely as Nietzsche’s argument. Ultimately, what a person speculates to be the primary motivator of another person or group reveals a lot. Your speculation that it’s mostly ressentiment suggests you want or need to demonize the CRT crowd. This is tragic given that this is precisely what you and Douglas accuse the CRT crowd of doing. Another listener differs:I don’t agree with everything you and Douglas Murray write, but thank you for talking about the resentment and bitterness that’s driving politics and culture today. It’s gone completely insane. I used to work for a small talent agency, and during the pandemic I coached some actors over Zoom. During the George Floyd protests, one of my clients was up watching the news all night, not getting any sleep. I told her, look, you want to be informed and want to help. But you have to take care of yourself first or you’re no help to anyone. Go to bed and catch up on the news tomorrow. People criticized me for this kind of advice, saying I was privileged, that I just wanted to look away and not examine myself for my own inherent racism, etc. I couldn’t understand why people were being so unreasonable.I’m also a Mormon. After George Floyd was murdered, our ward started to discuss racism. Mormonism has a checkered past when it comes to things like Black men and the priesthood. Or even language in some of the scriptures. These are important conversations that our church needs to have. There were good things that happened, like Black people in the ward shared more about their experiences during meetings. But almost immediately it became weird. The women’s group did a lesson on Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility,” for example. We didn’t actually ever talk about the things I was hoping we’d talk about — how Brigham Young stopped Black men receiving the priesthood, for example. We were just told we all needed to acknowledge our white privilege and feel guilty about it. There was a part about redlining. There was no acknowledgment that some of the white people in this ward lived in low-income housing, basically had nothing, and had been stressed even further by the pandemic. It just felt unnecessarily divisive. I have no idea what the Asian members made of this talk, because it basically excluded them. There were so many holes in these theories, but I wasn’t brave enough to point them out.So it was a real relief to hear you and Murray talk about the way these ideas have infiltrated churches. The Mormon thing is typically like, “God wants you to be happy. Live this structured life, show compassion, work hard, love your family, and be happy.” But the DiAngelo ideas felt like, “you can’t even be saved, at least not if you’re white. Some people don’t deserve to be happy; they should only feel guilt.” It was easier to bring in a fad book and talk about property values than to talk about the awful passage in the Book of Mormon where it says dark-skinned people are cursed, but other people are “white and delightsome.” I felt like the second the door opened to have a serious conversation about the church and race, they immediately jumped the shark instead.From a fan of opera and ballet:Douglas Murray mentioned Jessye Norman and how her obituary was racialized. Well, in January of 1961, Leontyne Price made her Metropolitan Opera debut, and she and Franco Correlli received an ovation that was around 50 minutes long ... possibly the longest in Met history, or among two or three longest. There have been so many great black singers at the Met, such as Shirley Verrett, Kathleen Battle (who was loved by James Levine but whose voice I never liked), Eric Owens, Grace Bumbry, and many others. Here’s a snip of Price’s Met debut:Balanchine choreographed Agon (music by Stravinsky), arguably his greatest dance, for Diana Adams (white) and Arthur Mitchell (black) in 1957. They danced the pas de deux, which is an erotic tangle of bodies. Balanchine wanted the black/white tension. Here is a bit of it:And to my beloved Jessye Norman, whom I saw only once, here she is at her best:Another listener rolls out some poetry:I greatly enjoyed your conversation with Douglas Murray. He is fierce! Your mention of Clive James’s “The Book of My Enemy Has Been Remaindered” reminded me of a similarly minded poem from Nina Puro. (I suspect one of them inspired the other.) I LONG TO HOLD THE POETRY EDITOR’S PENIS IN MY HANDand tell him personally,I’m sorry, but I’m goingto have to pass on this.Though your pieceheld my attention throughthe first few screenings,I don’t feel it is a good fitfor me at this time. Please know it receivedmy careful consideration.I thank you for allowingme to have a look,and I wish youthe very best of luckplacing it elsewhere.Shifting away from the Murray episode, here’s a followup from a intrepid Dishhead:I was excited to see my letter published on the violent toll homelessness takes on communities recently. I’ll be listening to the podcast with Maia Szalavitz soon, and I’ve got Johann’s book on harm reduction to read as well. (I loved the episode with Johann, bought his new book, loved it, and stopped being so online for about a week before backsliding ...)Shortly after I wrote that last letter to you, I realized that I wasn’t satisfied with just writing indignant letters about the bloody cost of complacency on homelessness. It’s really the story of Ahn Taylor — a sweet 94-year-old lady stabbed by a homeless man as she was walking in her neighborhood — that made me understand that complaining is not enough.So I’ve started a non-profit, Unsafe Streets, to take on this challenge. It’s sort of a “Take Back the Night”-style public safety crusade. It’s early days still, but we have a website, including pages for NYC and San Francisco, a Twitter feed, and a crowdfunding campaign. Next on my agenda is to create a page for Los Angeles, a detailed policy platform, and then to recruit a board and apply for 501c3 status.I’ve been keeping up with the Dish when I can (LOVING the conversation with Jonathan Haidt, and I HIGHLY recommend this complementary Rogan episode.) I’ve been busy with the kids and trying to get Unsafe Streets going in my free minutes.She follows up:I just listened to Maia’s episode, and I am pretty unsatisfied with her proposed solutions. Non-coercive acceptance and decriminalization is fine for people who are using drugs they bought with their own money in the privacy of their home. But public drug use, public intoxication, and the associated “quality of life” crimes (public defecation, indecency, etc.) make public spaces unsafe and uncomfortable for everyone else. Laws against these crimes should be enforced, which means arresting people and taking them to jail or some kind of treatment. Injecting fentanyl and passing out on the sidewalk is a very antisocial and harmful behavior, and should not be “decriminalized.”I agree with Maia that this is a complicated mix of addiction and severe mental illness. But I don’t think the cost of housing argument holds up. (A brief scan of the news will show you that there in fact ARE homeless encampments in West Virginia.) I think she was unfair in her characterization of Michael Shellenberger’s proposal, which includes tons of resources to expand access to and quality of treatment. Overall, Maia’s perspective is very focused on the benefit to the addict, but discounts the costs to the surrounding community. Thanks for keeping a focus on this subject!Another listener looks to a potential future guest:Hello! You invite your readers to submit guest ideas here. I submit Kevin D. Williamson — another nuanced “conservative,” Roman Catholic, Never Trumper, and admirer of Oakeshott. Oh, and he was fired after five minutes at The Atlantic for a previous statement about abortion.Thanks for the suggestion. Lastly, because we ran out of room this week in the main Dish for the new VFYW contest photo (otherwise the email version would get cut short), here ya go:Where do you think it’s located? Email your guess to contest@andrewsullivan.com. Please put the location — city and/or state first, then country — in subject line. Proximity counts if no one gets the exact spot. Bonus points for fun facts and stories. The winner gets the choice of a VFYW book or two annual Dish subscriptions. If you are not a subscriber, please indicate that status in your entry and we will give you a free month subscription if we select your entry for the contest results (example here if you’re new to the contest). Happy sleuthing! Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

SNL (Saturday Night Live) Stats
Hollywood Dish | May 12, 2022

SNL (Saturday Night Live) Stats

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 60:03


Welcome to Hollywood Dish! Hollywood Dish is the show to watch to find out what's trending in pop culture before a new SNL episode. This week co-host Nicole Rovine (@nicolerovine) was unable to attend the live show, so Rebecca North (@rebarbeque) invited Sammy Kay (@thatSammyKay), to fill her shoes! This rapid-fire style episode covered: Jesse Williams Full Frontal Scene (9:30), Patti LuPone Expects Masks in the Theater (16:25), Yung Thug and Gunna Racketeering Charges (22:02), Zac Efron HSM Reboot (28:58), and Kendrick Lamar Album Release (37:32). Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@thesnlnetwork) and subscribe on YouTube thesnlnetwork to never miss an episode! Catch up on previous episodes of Hollywood Dish: Hollywood Dish | April 14, 2022 Hollywood Dish | April 7, 2022 Hollywood Dish | March 31, 2022 Hollywood Dish | March 10, 2022 Hollywood Dish | March 3, 2022 Hollywood Dish | February 24, 2022 Hollywood Dish | January 27, 2022 Hollywood Dish | January 20, 2022 Hollywood Dish | January 13, 2022 Hollywood Dish | December 16, 2021 Hollywood Dish | December 9, 2021

Jackie, Tony and Donnie In The Morning
Best Of JTD Complete Show

Jackie, Tony and Donnie In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 75:48


May 12th 2022 - All of the highlights from Thursday's show. Jackie has the Dish for you, and we have a Dear Six letter that we need your help with. Jackie helped to save a stray dog, and we take you into the Danger Zone.

The Best of the Sports Shop
On Thursdays, the Sports Shop like to Dish it Up with Dr. Deborah Stroman.

The Best of the Sports Shop

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 23:05


On Thursdays, the Sports Shop like to Dish it Up with Dr. Deborah Stroman. Today she talks mostly about the PGA. Plus we get a loyal listener's opinion on last night's NBA playoff games. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

United Basketball and Leadership Podcast
Ep 120 | Alicia Komaki | Championship Level Practices

United Basketball and Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 49:51


Alicia Komaki is a 5x State Champion at Sierra Canyon in California. 2022 WBCA Coach of the Year, and received the Pat Summitt Trophy, named for the late legendary University of Tennessee coach and awarded annually to the national coaches of the year in each of the WBCA's six membership divisions. Visit www.unitesbasketballplus.com and use Coupon Code - UBPlus for 20% off an annual membership. This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball. Mention "United Basketball & Leadership Podcast" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models.  Connect with Dr. Dish on Twitter or Instagram @drdishbball

Bout that Life (AAU Life and basketball talk) Podcast
” Bout that Life” AAU Basketball and Life talk Episode 38

Bout that Life (AAU Life and basketball talk) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 105:34


Coach C. Collins is ready to talk more AAU basketball, life and everything in between. In this episode Coach Collins talks to Steav Jordan (Steavy) a former college hooper, barbershop owner, clothing designer and creator of "Dreme" hair care products.  Steav is someone coach Collins has known a long time from there former hoop days and he has had quite the journey as you will learn in the episode. Steav is currently an assistant coach at Sacramento City Junior College so his information on what it takes to become a college athlete is very valuable to the kids out there looking to make it after high school.  Junior College seems to be the best platform for the class of 2022 because of the effects of the pandemic and it is discussed in detail, along with some juicy hot topics. ------------------------------ If you wish to support the show Podbean Patron: https://patron.podbean.com/boutthatlifeaau Patreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/join/Boutthatlife? Cash App: https://cash.app/$phenixfitness23 PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XKVLCD8U3MC36 Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/CoachCCollins ------------------------------- This episode comes after taking a few months off from the main show so quite a few topics are covered.  The NBA playoffs are well underway and we make our predictions on the show who will come out the west and east. Ben Simmons and James harden are discussed with the comparison to AAU basketball and the attitudes some of these young athletes emulate. With the transfer portal being out of control coach Collins and Steav talk there outlook on all that has happened and what the future of college basketball will look like in a few years.   ------------------------------ If you wish to support the show Podbean Patron: https://patron.podbean.com/boutthatlifeaau Patreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/join/Boutthatlife? Cash App: https://cash.app/$phenixfitness23 PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XKVLCD8U3MC36 Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/CoachCCollins -------------------------------   Guest: Steav Jordan (Bussiness Owner/Sac City Coach/Former Ball Player) Originally in Fresno and later came to Sacramento after High school Played ball at several colleges, Sacramento City and Later University of Portland " I want to show there is life after basketball and you can always do more" Steav Jordan-  Follow Steav journey Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/steavy_jumpman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/steav.jordan Babbershop website: https://www.barberzdreme.com/ Barbershop IG: https://www.instagram.com/barberzdremeco/ ------------------------------- This episode we get the perspective of a modern day renaissance man who gives a damn about his community, Coach C. Collins is going to see if Steavy is really Bout That Life!!! ------------------------------- ------------------------------- Please Support the Show Podbean Patron: https://patron.podbean.com/boutthatlifeaau Patreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/join/Boutthatlife? Cash App: https://cash.app/$phenixfitness23 PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XKVLCD8U3MC36 Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/CoachCCollins   Sponsers Dr. Dish the best shooting machines on the market https://www.drdishbasketball.com/ Hardwood Palace http://www.hardwoodpalace.com/tournaments/   Courtside Tournaments https://www.courtsidecenter.com/youth-tournaments   West Coast Takeover Tournaments (Sacramento CA) https://www.westcoasttakeover.com/teams/?u=WESTCOASTTAKEOVER&s=basketball   Hidden Treasure cannabis delivery now delivering to: Yuba, Oroville, Chico, Gridley, Rocklin, Roseville  & El Dorado Hills   IG: deliveryhiddentreasure    Order  https://weedmaps.com/deliveries/hidden-treasure   Or  https://www.leafly.com/dispensary-info/hidden-treasure   916. 995.0550   *Friends & Family discount: COLLINS    & they will get a discount!    Bout that Life Instagram Follow our Journey https://www.instagram.com/boutthatlifepodcast/   Click Here to follow the Coaches Coach C. Collins IG: https://www.instagram.com/hoopstariam/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/christopher.collins.106 Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/Christo53408073 Feel free to check our bonus episodes "Coaches Rize Time" Training Site: https://www.phenixfitness23.com/contact-us AAU Club Information: http://www.ybadawgs.com/   Coach MJ(God Given Talent) IG: https://www.instagram.com/ggtbasketball/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=mark%20jeffries   Mirrorless Media Group(Johann Tate) Video production IG: https://www.instagram.com/nocapyog/  

Dish City
Trailer: Dish City Is Back

Dish City

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 2:08


We're back! After covering the pandemic's effect on food delivery and our local restaurant scene, Dish City is dining out again. Behind every iconic food of the Washington region is a story of city change. On the latest season of Dish City, join hosts Ruth Tam and Patrick Fort as they sample iconic meals from D.C., Maryland and Virginia and search for answers to questions like: Why are there so many Chinese carryouts in D.C.'s Black neighborhoods? What's the seasoning that's actually on your blue crabs? And…what is stuffed ham?

Mail Tribune
The Whole Dish Episode 198

Mail Tribune

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 11:59


Savory muffins mingle cheese, veggies and herbs in these tasty recipes from the blog of Southern Oregon food writer Sarah Lemon.

Downworlder Dish - A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast
Shadowhumper - Episode 118 Downworlder Dish: A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast

Downworlder Dish - A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 89:01


Join us as we discuss Chapter 8 of Clockwork Princess, book three in the Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare!    Follow us on Instagram @Downworlderdishpodcast  Join the discussion in our FB group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/286288765619887 E-mail us www.downworlderdish@gmail.com   Intro Music - The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers Music from https://filmmusic.io Outro Music - "Ice Flow" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Spotless
91: Doo-Doos And Dish Don'ts

Spotless

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 62:18


A TikTok suggesting that we should wash our toilet seats in the dishwasher has generated outrage, and Hanna and Andrew find themselves at opposite ends of this cultural divide. Plus, Andrew explains “The Kubota Principle,” a chores-related lesson he learned at a young age. 

The Hammerbarn Project
You're Doing Great (Baby Race)

The Hammerbarn Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 36:53


Let's just get the crying out of the way right now. You know you did it, we did it and we'll all no doubt do it again. To celebrate this torrent of tears, serial-crier Erin is back for another episode! And WHAT an episode – arguably THE Bluey episode. In our case, we manage to add in Parental Pressure, a Space Race, Invisible Bingo, Baby Wipes, speed differentials and even the classic Aussie cult-movie The Dish! What more could you ask for! How about Erin's favourite character? Picking only ONE What Whizalted Willy's Whimper moment? Can it be done? Will there be tears?

The Impact Play
EPISODE 163: FORNITE IS MAKING ITS RETURN TO iOS & APPLE DVICES

The Impact Play

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 48:52


This is Episode 163 & On the Agenda, We Have: The Prince of Persia Remake might be in Trouble, Fortnite Makes its Return to iOS and Apple Devices, Xbox could be set to Launch its Cloud Gaming TV Stick Sooner than We Think, Blizzard has Officially Announced Warcraft Arclight Rumble, Square Enix is Selling Some of its Studios and Intellectual Properties, Meta's VR Roadmap, Dish has finally began Testing it's 5G Network, Starbucks could be Working on Something Big, a Live Action Hot Wheels Film is in the Works, Another Suicide Spinoff is Currently in Development, An Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jedi: Faller Order Connection, WrestleMania Backlash , UFC 276, Daniel Cormier is to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame, Dave Chappelle was Attacked at one his Shows, Selena Gomez is set to Host SNL with Post Malone, New Music from Bad Bunny, Taylor Swift, and more + the Top Stories of the Week... *** Your Support Keeps the Lights Running and Keeps the Content Rolling, You Can Support Us Over on Anchor: ANCHOR.FM/THEIMPACTPLAY/SUPPORT via Patreon: Where Silver Recruits and above get the show ad-free. Gold Recruits and above have exclusive access to not only the Post Show, but they can also even call in to be a part of the live show experience, early access, and so much more. https://www.patreon.com/theimpactplay We are now an #EpicPartner So, for every purchase you make within The Epic Ecosystem when you use our Creator Code THEIMPACTPLAY - We do get a commission that will help support and further elevate the show and even take us to new heights at no extra cost! --- --- Show Host(s) : ITSYAGOOH : https://twitter.com/itsyagooh *** Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theimpactplay Listen: https://www.theimpactplay.com Merch: https://merch.streamelements.com/theimpactplay Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theimpactplay Reader Mail: https://anchor.fm/theimpactplay/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theimpactplay/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactplay/support

Euromaxx
Haggis: Scotland's National Dish

Euromaxx

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 4:42


This dish might take quite some getting-used-to for non-Scots, but in its land of origin, it's achieved cult status. Haggis is made with cooked innards, oatmeal and spices.

Jack Riccardi Show
JACK RICCARDI ON DEMAND AIRED FRI. 05/06/2022

Jack Riccardi Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 104:14


It's finally Friday and topics tackled today include...Austin, Texas City Council approved a taxpayer funded pilot program to provide guaranteed income of a thousand dollars a month to families and individuals in need with no strings attached. This will be the first Texas city to test this program. Should San Antonio be the next city to provide guaranteed basic income?; Greenwich Public School system in Connecticut is now apologizing after trying to change Mother's Day and Father's day to "Important Grownup's Day after criticism and backlash from parents.; Abortion protesters have rallied at the Supreme Court each day and now are planning protests at homes of conservative Supreme Court each day and now are planning protests at homes of conservative Supreme Court Justices and inside Catholic Churches. Jen Psaki suggests protesting outside of a Supreme Court Justices house is fair game.; Dr. Ben Carson is our special guest and shares details of his new book, "Created Equal" available now.; We take a moment to remember our Mom's and Jack takes your calls on the days News and Hot topics and its Friday and another serving of "The Dish" is hot and fresh out of the oven.

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Daily Review with Clay and Buck - May 6 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 51:05


They Trampled on Our Rights! J&J Shot Found to Be Unsafe. Ann Coulter's Not Worried About Abortion Screwing Up the Midterms. Sunny Hostin Smears Black and Latino Republicans. Our Moms Come on the Show to Dish! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Douglas Murray On Defending The West

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 109:56


Douglas Murray is a British writer and commentator, primarily for The Spectator, and his latest book is The War on the West. It’s a powerful narrative of the past couple of decades, in which a small minority waged ideological war on the underpinnings of Western civilization: reason, toleration, free speech, color-blind racial politics. You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app,” which will connect you to the Dishcast feed. For two clips of our conversation — on the seductive power of ressentiment and the case for gratitude, and on many Americans’ ignorance of history outside the US — head over to our YouTube page.My convo with Murray complements the one I had with Roosevelt Montás, the great defender of the humanities at Columbia University and beyond — his episode is now available as a full transcript.As far as last week’s episode with Bari Weiss, an addendum: she used our conversation for her own podcast, “Honestly,” and her version includes at least a half hour of conversation you won’t find in the Dishcast version — namely on the early marriage movement and my role in it. Here’s a snippet from that section:This listener liked the episode:You and Bari addressed the (increasingly popular) argument that if the illiberal left has taken the gloves off, then its opponents should do the same. I thought your response was commendable, and it reminded me of something Hitch said during a debate on free speech many years ago. He referred to the scene from A Man for All Seasons in which Sir Thomas More argues with Roper over whether a man should be arrested for breaking God’s law. It’s a marvellous exchange that I have often reflected upon in recent years:Roper: So now you'd give the Devil benefit of law!More: Yes. What would you do? Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil?Roper: I'd cut down every law in England to do that!More: Oh? And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned 'round on you, where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat? This country's planted thick with laws from coast to coast — man's laws, not God's — and if you cut them down — and you're just the man to do it — do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then? Yes, I'd give the Devil benefit of law for my own safety's sake.Someone at Reason — Peter Suderman, I think — observed last year that politics is becoming outcomes-based rather than process-based, which expresses much the same point, I think. All of which is a long-winded way of saying that I’m glad you and Bari are willing to stand up for liberalism when so many of your peers have come to view it with disdain.I love that section from A Man For All Seasons. It’s why I chose Thomas More as my confirmation saint. But it’s difficult to know the best way to stand up for liberalism when it comes to gender ideology in schools, as Bari and I discuss in this clip:Another fan of the Bari episode gets more personal:I am the mother of a trans-identifying child — now 23 years old. (I can’t give my name for fear of alienating her.) You captured the rollercoaster of emotions many parents going through this feel — the fear that she has adopted this ideology as a coping mechanism to deal with underlying mental health issues and that she will do irreparable harm to her body. And that we are politically homeless. I can’t vote for anyone who would support Trump. But Biden and his team have it wrong when they quote the lie of “better a trans son than dead daughter.” I agree with DeSantis on many aspects of the so-called “don’t say gay” bill. I don’t think it’s appropriate to discuss sexual orientation and gender ideology with young children. I also don’t think it’s appropriate to review the periodic table with them. That doesn’t mean I'm anti-chemistry. What I wish for my daughter is that she not be beholden to gender stereotypes, that she be comfortable in her own body and that she avoid a lifetime of medical intervention with life-long negative consequences (including infertility) which cannot ultimately transform her into a man. If she were anorexic, we’d have support and options to return her to health. Because her coping mechanism is trans ideology, we get no support from medical or psychiatric professionals, from schools or from most liberals.You captured all that in the podcast. Thanks for getting the word out.Another listener points to another trans story:I saw this interview with an ex-transgender woman and thought you might find it interesting:I found particularly interesting the parts where he indicates that he found a group of “activists” that encouraged him to transition when what he really needed was therapy and sobriety. It’s also interesting that young men/woman fleeing the labels and baggage of “gay” or “lesbian“ may pursue gender reassignment, rather than unwrapping their trauma and accepting themselves for who they are.I just wish all the nuances of this were better aired. Another fan of the Dish anticipated our coverage this week with a “pre-emptive email”:I wonder whether the Supreme Court leak has caused you to reconsider your stance on the culture wars and whether it was the woke who are really the big enemy here. After all, while certain elements on the far left do much damage to themselves and to their own cause, their biggest achievements seem to be about gender-neutral toilets and pronouns, while it is the reactionary right that actively tries to curtail hard-won rights such as the right to vote, or the right to legal and safe abortion. Is it only a culture war when the left does it? Even when you have admitted that both sides are guilty, there seems to be a grudging reluctance to accept that one side is significantly more dangerous than the other, or to pretend as if it was the left’s fault all along and the right was merely reacting to it. Following on from January 6th and the wave of right-wingers across the globe currently dominating our news agenda (Putin, Trump, Bolsonaro, Orban, Le Pen, et al), it seems evident that there is a radical asymmetry in the scale of the threat that each side poses. Yes, there is much on the left that deserves to be called out, but it is nothing like as dangerous or as damaging as the very real risk that our liberal democratic norms are overturned by reactionaries in the name of a kind of Theocratic Nationalism. An approach that says “A plague on both your houses” seems to me the height of fatuity. Who is the bigger threat here, Donald Trump, or Bernie Sanders? There seems to be a skewed kind of moral equivalency going on. It reminds me of those US conservatives who used to say “Yes the Tea Party is terrible and there is real racism, but Obama is just as guilty for stirring them up.” This simply will not do. From the Tories and Brexit, to Putin and Ukraine, Republicans and abortion, is it not clear that everywhere you look at the moment, it is the right — the conservative, reactionary, radical right — that poses a greater and more urgent threat to our democratic way of life? There’s a balance to be struck here — and I’m not saying it’s easy. But the way in which the far left empowers the far right and vice-versa is an important part of the toxic dynamic. I’ll just note that, when push came to shove, I voted for Biden. There is no conceivable scenario in which I would vote for a deranged wannabe-tyrant like Trump. Next up, “a looong-time reader who discovered you in the early aughts”:After a discussion this evening with my housemate I was inspired to look for your It's So Personal threads.  I don't seem to see them in the Substack, and it looks like your dish.andrewsullivan.com site is no longer active. Can you make this thread available to revisit? The whole thread is compiled here. How I framed it at the time:Perhaps the best posts of 2009 were penned by readers, and the most illuminating, gripping and emotional posts were related to late-term abortion, in the wake of the assassination of the abortion doctor George Tiller. I’ve never seen the power of this blog medium so clearly and up-close: one personal account caused a stream of others. How could old-school reporting have found all these women? How could any third-person account compete with the rawness and honesty and pain of these testimonials? It was a revelation to me about what this medium could do.Another listener looks ahead:David French just wrote the op-ed, “A conservative Christian quietly battles against right-wing hysteria,” and he would be an excellent podcast guest.”David is actually scheduled to record a Dishcast later this month, so stay tuned. Another suggestion:Hope you are weathering Covid ok and are feeling better. Suggestion: check out the staggeringly brilliant new essay by N.S. Lyons, “The World Order Reset: China’s Ukraine Catastrophe, the Rise of Trans-Atlantis, and a New Age of Power.” You’ve linked to one of his essays previously, saying it depressed you for a week. You should try to interview this mystery person. Everybody is wondering who Lyons really is. It would be a real coup for your podcast/Substack.Thanks for the suggestion. We’ve actually been in touch. You can send your own guest idea here: dish@andrewsullivan.com. Lastly, because we ran out of room this week in the main Dish for the new VFYW contest photo (otherwise the email version would get cut short), here ya go:Where do you think it’s located? Email your guess to contest@andrewsullivan.com. Please put the location — city and/or state first, then country — in the subject line. Proximity counts if no one gets the exact spot. Bonus points for fun facts and stories. The winner gets the choice of a VFYW book or two annual Dish subscriptions. If you are not a subscriber, please indicate that status in your entry and we will give you a free month subscription if we select your entry for the contest results (example here if you’re new to the contest). Happy sleuthing! Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

Dave & Darren's Top Five Things

Someone drove a van into a "state of the art" hot dog stand. We review fad diets and learn about a Florida gator's unquenchable thirst for Diet Coke.

Kill By Kill
Dish By Dish S3 Ep1 "Anitpasto"

Kill By Kill

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 42:00


Season 3 is served!! That's right, we're talking about HANNIBAL's third and final (so far) delicious season of TV as DISH BY DISH returns to the airwaves! We talk suitcase packing, Anna Torv + white wine, murder husbands, Gillian Anderson going full Hitchcock Blonde, chill victims, snail close-ups, and the show's extensive history of complete bores. All this, plus a savory Choose Your Own Deathventure, and this episode's dynamite tribute to a Kill By Kill favorite, 1981's JUST BEFORE DAWN!! Season 3 is just beginning, so bring your appetite!!Our TeePublic shop for killer merch is right here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kill-by-kill-podcast?utm_campaign=18042&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Kill%2BBy%2BKill%2Bpodcast%2BHave something to say? Find us on Twitter @KillByKillPod Join the conversation about any episode on the Facebook Group! Follow us on IG @killbykillpodcast Check out the films we've covered & what might come soon on Letterboxd! Get even more episodes exclusively on Patreon!  Follow our station on vurbl: https://vurbl.com/station/2bdTISeI3X/ Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com Kill By Kill theme by Revenge Body. For the full-length version and more great music, head to revengebodymemphis.bandcamp.com today!

Bay Curious
Nope, The Stanford Dish Isn't Listening For Aliens. It Was Built to Spy on Russia

Bay Curious

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 15:34


Former Menlo Park resident Jim Timmons remembers the park around the Stanford Dish fondly. It has tons of wildlife and great views. But he wants to know more about the massive satellite dish in the middle of it. The 1960s-era parabolic antenna radio telescope was built to keep tabs on the Russian space program at the height of the Cold War. It's still used for research. Additional Reading No, the Stanford Dish Isn't Listening For Aliens, But It Was Designed to Spy on Russia Sign up for Bay Curious' monthly email newsletter Reported by Rachael Myrow. Bay Curious is made by Olivia Allen-Price, Katrina Schwartz, Sebastian Miño-Bucheli and Brendan Willard. Additional support from Kyana Moghadam, Jessica Placzek, Carly Severn, Jen Chien, Ethan Lindsey, Vinnee Tong and Jenny Pritchett.

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United Basketball and Leadership Podcast
Ep 119 | Stu Singer | Cultivating a Performance Environment For Players to Thrive

United Basketball and Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 52:15


Stu Singer has worked as the sports psychology and performance consultant for the NBA's Washington Wizards, the WNBA's 2019 World Champion Washington Mystics, University of Maryland Women's Basketball team, Ole Miss Basketball, Rice University, and the Connecticut Sun among others. Stu served an integral role in helping the Mystics win their first WNBA Championship in team history, and in the University of Maryland Women's basketball team reach back to back Final Fours. In addition he has worked with USA Gold Medal Olympians, Mens and Womens US National Team Players, MLS, NWSL, and pro athletes from around the world. Visit www.unitesbasketballplus.com and use Coupon Code - UBPlus for 20% off an annual membership. This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball. Mention "United Basketball & Leadership Podcast" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models. Connect with Dr. Dish on Twitter or Instagram @drdishbbal

Revival from the Bible
5/5/22 - Revenge is a Dish Best Not Served

Revival from the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 12:29


Today we look at two examples that get us thinking about revenge...and why we should not pursue it!Reading Plan: Old Testament - 1 Samuel 25, Psalm 35New Testament - Matthew 26:21-25, Mark 14:18-21, Luke 22:21-30, John 13:21-30Visit https://www.revivalfromthebible.com/ for more information.

Sparkle Stories Podcast
"A Remarkable Discovery" from the Libby & Dish collection

Sparkle Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:15


This week's Free story comes from the Libby & Dish collection. It's called "A Remarkable Discovery."   Libby and Dish figure out the perfect gift for their new neighbor Juan Paco — and then discover exactly what a cobayo is. And it is amazing.   If you want more than one story a day, and you're not yet a subscriber, now you can try it out for free.  We always offer a free trial so you can test it and see if it's for you.  This month's code is SCREENFREE - and that will give you 30 days of listening.  That means for this screen free week, you can listen as often as you like to as many stories as you like!  Go to sparklestories.com/signup and use that code SCREENFREE.   Each week on the Sparkle Stories Podcast, we share a free story from one of our original story series! For many many many more stories like this one, visit the Sparkle website: www.sparklestories.com Questions?  Ideas?  Requests? Email us!  info@sparklestories.com Enjoy!

Mail Tribune
The Whole Dish Episode 197

Mail Tribune

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 11:16


Make classic grits or savory oats for your shrimp in these recipes from the blog of Southern Oregon food writer Sarah Lemon.

Downworlder Dish - A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast
The ANGST! Episode 117 Downworlder Dish: A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast

Downworlder Dish - A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 84:40


Join us as we discuss Chapter 7 of Clockwork Princess, book Three in the Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare!    Follow us on Instagram @Downworlderdishpodcast  Join the discussion in our FB group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/286288765619887 E-mail us www.downworlderdish@gmail.com   Intro Music - The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers Music from https://filmmusic.io Outro Music - "Ice Flow" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Gayborhood Dish: Gay Talk
Gayborhood Dish: Gay Talk | S08 E15 | RuPaul Drag Race Season 14 Episode 15 The Finalet. #RuPaul #RuPaulsDragRace #DragRace #VH1 #LogoTV #WorldofWonder #rupaulsdragraceseason14 #DragRace14 #RPDR #Finale #WillowPill #Bosco #Angeria #LadyCamden #DayaBetty

Gayborhood Dish: Gay Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 32:46


In this episode we talk about RuPaul Drag Race Season 14 Episode 15 #RuPaul #RuPaulsDragRace #DragRace #VH1 #LogoTV #WorldofWonder #rupaulsdragraceseason14 #DragRace14 #RPDR #Finale #WillowPill #Bosco #Angeria #LadyCamden #DayaBetty

The Dish: Behind the Scenes at NRO
Sitting Down with Maj. Schirner, Mission Manager for NROL-85

The Dish: Behind the Scenes at NRO

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 13:11


Maj. Schirner was the mission manager for NROL-85, which launched out of Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, on April 17 at 6:13 a.m. Pacific Time. In our first post-launch interview with a mission manager, Maj. Schirner discusses what his experience was like working with the NROL-85 team on this mission. Featured in this podcast: NROL-85 Mission Manager Maj. Jon Schirner and Deputy Director of NRO's Office of Public Affairs Andrea Williams ***The views, information, or opinions expressed during "The Dish" podcast are solely those of the individual(s) involved and do not necessarily represent that of the National Reconnaissance Office or its employees.***

United Basketball and Leadership Podcast
Ep 118 | Travis & Matt | Recovering From a Difficult Season

United Basketball and Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 41:09


CHAMPIONS 101 | Champions 101 is a sports performance and leadership development program designed to help coaches, athletes, and sports parents get the most out of their athletic experience. If you are a coach or an athletic director who's interested in developing your leaders and strengthening the culture where you are, you can learn more at champions101.com. Visit www.unitesbasketballplus.com and use Coupon Code - UBPlus for 20% off an annual membership. This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball. Mention "United Basketball & Leadership Podcast" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models. Connect with Dr. Dish on Twitter or Instagram @drdishbbal

Bout that Life (AAU Life and basketball talk) Podcast
Coaches Rize time: Position-less Basketball player, What really is a position-less player?

Bout that Life (AAU Life and basketball talk) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 12:20


Coach C. Collins is back at it to help give his experience of coaching methods and tactics that can hopefully help you to grow in the game of basketball along with tips for your AAU brand.  Todays topic I wanted to give my take on what exactly is a position-less basketball player is.  We in the basketball community know what this term means for the modern game of today but I will give my take on exactly what type of basketball players fall in this category and the traits that make this player valuable. The game is ever evolving so understanding the role of the position-less player can help trainers and coaches to get the most out of your players.   ---------------------------- Please Support the Show Podbean Patron: https://patron.podbean.com/boutthatlifeaau Patreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/join/Boutthatlife? Cash App: https://cash.app/$phenixfitness23 PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XKVLCD8U3MC36 Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/CoachCCollins   Sponsors Fowled Out Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/1s6q9KHR0V0mwdFiH473n4?si=580d545a1ba64a07   Dr. Dish the best shooting machines on the market https://www.drdishbasketball.com/   Hardwood Palace Rec/Tournament Basketball facility http://www.hardwoodpalace.com/   Hidden Treasure cannabis delivery now delivering to: Yuba, Oroville, Chico, Gridley, Rocklin, Roseville  & El Dorado Hills   IG: deliveryhiddentreasure    Order  https://weedmaps.com/deliveries/hidden-treasure   Or  https://www.leafly.com/dispensary-info/hidden-treasure   916. 995.0550   *Friends & Family discount: COLLINS    & they will get a discount!    Click Here to follow  IG: https://www.instagram.com/hoopstariam/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/christopher.collins.106 Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/Christo53408073 Feel free to check out other episodes on our Main show "Bout that Life" Training Site: https://www.phenixfitness23.com/contact-us AAU Club Information: http://www.ybadawgs.com/ Thank you for your support and time and as Rize to Prime!!!   Main Show Bout that Life podcast: https://www.youtube.com/c/BOUTTHATLIFEPODCAST   Want to have a topic discussed feel free to leave a question here https://www.instagram.com/direct/inbox/

How You Play The Game
Remorse Is a Dish Best Served with A1

How You Play The Game

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 56:47


Jack and Sean are joined by Kristi Moore, the young lady who was assaulted by a fan in Mississippi following a softball game she officiated.  Kristi shares her story and sparks a discussion on the declining number of sports officials.  Keep the conversation going!  Visit www.osipfoundation.org.  Email podcast@osipfoundation.org.  Comment at www.facebook.com/osipfoundation.  Follow on Twitter and Instagram @osipfoundation #howyouplaythegame.  Check out select episodes on YouTube.  Browse our apparel store on Bonfire.  And purchase our book, "On Sportsmanship:  A Critical Reader & Handbook," on Amazon.

Jack Riccardi Show
JACK RICCARDI ON DEMAND AIRED FRI. 04/29/2022

Jack Riccardi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 107:10


It's finally Friday and topics tackled today include...A newly formed Disinformation Governance Board announced by the Biden Administration will immediately begin focusing on misinformation aimed at migrants, Covid-19 and elections which is definitely irking conservatives and free speech advocates. Are you in favor of the now government disinformation board?; President Biden's pick to head the new Disinformation Governance Board, Nina Jankowicz, has already ruffled feathers as she appears to carry a history of misleading claims.; A key measure of annual inflation, closely watched by the Federal Reserve, continued to run hot as consumer demand, supply disruptions and rapid fuel prices show a good chance of peak inflation.; Mark Dorazio, now running for the Texas House of Representatives is our special guest.; Jack takes your calls on the days News and Hot topics and it's Friday and another serving of "The Dish" is fresh and piping hot from the oven.

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Bari Weiss On Saving Liberalism From Right And Left

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 73:42


Bari was an op-ed editor at the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times before leaving to create her own op-ed page on Substack, “Common Sense.” She’s also the author of How to Fight Anti-Semitism, and for some reason one of the most reviled figures on Left Twitter, despite being one of the most gifted editors of her generation. We talk groomers and culture war desperation and the amnesia of recent triumphs.This was a joint podcast, and you’ll be able to hear a somewhat longer version of the discussion next week on Bari’s pod, “Honestly.” You can listen to our version right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app,” which will connect you to the Dishcast feed. For two clips — on wokeness enabling the far right, and on the agonizing choice when it comes to gender theory in schools — head over to our YouTube page. New transcript just dropped: my conversation with John McWhorter, which is still our most downloaded episode on the Dishcast. We get into his latest book, Woke Racism, and how the successor ideology hurts black kids:First up in Dishcast feedback this week, a “brief note of appreciation from a longtime reader and subscriber”:I’ve been following the Dish since the inception of the blogosphere, and your Substack is a welcome addition to my intellectual life, especially the podcasts, which seem to get better and better. The last two — with Nicholas Christakis and Jonathan Haidt — have been especially wonderful. (I’ve also benefited considerably from Johann Hari’s excellent new book, which has largely taken me off social media). There are episodes that have annoyed me (e.g. the one with Anne Applebaum), but I listen because I don’t want to be part of an echo chamber.Speaking of the Haidt pod, a listener dug up a gem from my favorite philosopher:I appreciated the episode and Haidt’s recent piece in the Atlantic that invokes the Tower of Babel. The essay you mentioned by Oakeshott on Babel was not, as you worried, easily found, but it’s nonetheless attached:The Haidt episode “sparked many new thoughts” from this listener:The word “proportion” was mentioned in passing, but I think that word is crucial to understanding the real dysfunction wrought by social media. We have lost all sense of proportion in this post-Babel world. Whether it’s the trans debate — a conversation that really only affects one percent of the population — or CRT in schools, it’s difficult to talk about these heated culture-war topics while holding them in proportion to the real problems facing our society. The power (or fear) of going viral on Twitter makes proportion impossible, which is one of the reasons why journalism is in such a bad place. Because nuance and context are hard, journalists and media figures — particularly cable news anchors — appear to be simply unequipped to deliver information in a way that holds these things in balance. Consider the Hunter laptop story. Why was this story “buried” by the media? Was it a conspiracy in which corporate elite journalists just didn’t want Hunter Biden to look bad? Or, more likely, do they intuitively understand that in the post-Babel world, they don’t have the skills and tools to talk about this story, which may not have been the biggest of deals but also didn’t look great in the lead up to a pivotal election? They didn’t want “But her emails” 2.0 — another viral story that had no sense of proportion. Most people couldn’t even tell you what, exactly, was corrupt about Clinton’s emails; they just knew they existed because that’s all anyone talked about, and since it was all anyone was talking about, it must be bad, bad, bad! The media simply doesn’t know how to function from a place of nuance; it can’t communicate information in a way that holds that information in proportion to its relevance, context, and importance. Is this the fault of social media and viral dynamics? Is it just really bad journalism? Or do journalists have such a low opinion of the polity that they believe most people won’t be bothered to try to understand complicated stories? Thank god for podcasts!This next listener also tackles Twitter:I think it is worth pointing out, as you have, that Twitter is at best 80 million US users (per Newsweek / Statista in 2021) whereas Twitter reported 38 million monetize-able daily active usage in the US in 2021. This number is probably closer to actual usage to account for dormant / duplicate accounts. Normal Americans, outside of radicals (which aren’t normal), don’t engage in the elite masturbatory thing that is Twitter. I am in a demo that should use it but have never had an account, because I view it as a complete and utter waste of time. The US Census has the 2021 population at 330 million with 22% under 18 (call it 73 million). I assume some portion of those are on Twitter, but they can’t vote. At the low end, that leaves 180 million voting Americans not on Twitter. So I think it’s worth reiterating that Twitter is not real life (or a majority of voters). If you were to break it down by ideological lines, I am sure it is further skewed in one direction, you needn't guess which. Today’s “journalists” investigative efforts often seem to largely rely on copy pasting tweets as the “public reaction” — it is no wonder why they are out of touch. Furthermore, as Jesse reminded us during this week’s freakout over Elon Musk buying Twitter, “Twitter Is Not America”:In the United States, Twitter users are statistically younger, wealthier, and more politically liberal than the general population. They are also substantially better educated, according to Pew: 42 percent of sampled users had a college degree, versus 31 percent for U.S. adults broadly. Forty-one percent reported an income of more than $75,000, too, another large difference from the country as a whole. They were far more likely (60 percent) to be Democrats or lean Democratic than to be Republicans or lean Republican (35 percent).This next listener dissents over the Haidt convo:I try not to be a scold, but sometimes the temptation is too great. Early in your talk you talked about how you didn’t understand young kids these days — why they are killing themselves at a high rate, since everything for them is so much better than it was in the old days. It sounds just like all of us old guys not getting youngsters. Haidt did talk about how he learned to approach unfamiliar cultures like an anthropologist — a good place to start for us old folks. While I agree with you about the proliferation of gender types, it was not so long ago that homosexuality raised the same kinds of questions that you ask, and it was looked at the same way. Some people questioned the reality of such a thing, or saw it as a simple choice that perverse people made, or as a psychiatric illness that required treatment, and of course as a crime. I don’t think you intend to imply any of those things, but you do seem to veer in that direction. How people’s identity is created is still an open question — and someday we may know more. That said, I agree with you that medical interventions for children is very very premature and should not be happening. Let people grow up first. You seem to imply that biology supports a simple dichotomy, but sexual expression is more complex than that. As for cultural/religious acceptance, Joseph Campbell, in The Hero Of A Thousand Faces, discusses some civilizations that saw gender as fluid and containing both male and female elements.One more thought: although Plato then, and others now, did raise questions about democracy, I fear that the Republican answer is to emulate the worst counter-examples, such as their current infatuation with Orbán’s near dictatorship. Prof. Haidt mentioned Karen Stenner’s work, The Authoritarian Dynamic, in which she reports that 20% of the population has an authoritarian personality type. She also talks about the conditions that stimulate it to express itself — fear and anxiety, the kind that is stirred up by demagogues and unscrupulous politicians, namely Trump. Stenner’s book also has suggestions on how to tamp down the fear. Maybe a conversation with her is in order.Thanks for the tip. My best response to my reader’s first point is probably at the beginning of my chat with Bari, where I try to make distinctions between the gay and trans movements, and why the conflicts are inevitable and intrinsic. As for fluid gender, I agree! I don’t believe in a gender binary, just a sex binary. In fact, one reason gender expression exists at all — and is comprehensible at all — is precisely its tension with a fixed, binary biological reality. But I also think this over-states the relevance of “gender identity” for the vast majority of humans. Most of us don’t get up every day thinking of how we are a man or a woman and where we fit on a spectrum — because we don’t really have many conflicts. This looms much larger for trans people for whom it is a daily challenge, and to a lesser extent for gay people whose affect contrasts with the stereotypes of their sex. But for most of us, our gender expression is simply our personality packaged in a binary form of biology. And this isn’t just on a scale of Barbie to G.I. Joe. And seeing it that way — as gender ideology does — strikes me as a regression, not a way forward.This next listener “loved the Haidt interview, except for one jarring bit”:You pronounced the Chinese as stupid for suddenly pursuing Zero Covid. Here’s a scary possibility: They know something you don’t know. Suppose the Chinese detected a Covid variant with a 20% death rate, rather than 1.5%. Gotta save face, gotta stamp it out. What we’re seeing is a reasonable consequence. Or it could be a variant immune to SinoVac. I’m not laughing at them, and, with difficulty, not yet condemning them. I’m worrying.Chill, baby, chill. The chances of a virus crossing from animals to animals to humans in the next decades of rapid climate change is very high. The chances of it wiping out humanity is not negligible. F**k with the planet the way we have, and the planet is at some point going to f**k you. I know this sounds fatalistic — but in my adult lifetime, I’ve contracted two new viruses, both of which have killed millions. This next listener worries about the political center in America regaining control:There was much to agree with in your Dishcast with Haidt about the effects of social media, particularly with regards to how it amplifies polarization. But this analysis feels a bit like blaming kerosene for a fire instead of the arsonist. The biggest share of responsibility for where we are today lies at the feet of the center-right, center-left, and the institutions that supported them. Free trade, the war on terrorism, the Iraq war, the financial crisis, and the extremely tepid recovery thereafter were all the brainchildren of the center and various elite institutions. They have been complete and utter disasters for most Americans. What is more, the outright refusal of many to take accountability for these disasters — indeed the doubling down and moralizing tone in Haidt’s defense of the center — only leads to greater resentment and polarization. If these are the people who are expected to lead us into brighter days, we are doomed.Point taken. Lastly, a listener looks ahead to our next episode:First I wish you a speedy recovery from Covid and your hip surgery. Please do rest sufficiently; I know a lot of people who neglected to do that and are now paying the price.I am a recent subscriber. After listening to a gazillion of your podcasts on Spotify, I realized it was the decent thing to do! Although I do not always agree with you (especially on the EU, which you seem to misunderstand), I want to thank you for your work and for broadening my horizons, i.e. about gay culture, which I ignorantly thought was synonymous with gay pride parades. And please continue to invite people you disagree with — it’s such an important message, even though, frankly, those episodes are not always the most interesting ones.Since you are talking to one of my intellectual heroes in your next episode, Francis Fukuyama, I was wondering if I could suggest one or two questions. His End of History and the Last Man is still widely misrepresented by people who either never read it or willingly distort it. Fukuyama is actually one of the very few people who foresaw the possibility of what we are going through now — in that very book. Yet his responses to these deeply ignorant and unfair criticisms are, in every interview of him I have ever read or heard, unfailingly courteous, measured and constructive. I am just wondering how he does it. I would have blown my top. Where does he get the energy?Although of course he’ll talk about his latest book, if I can make an additional suggestion, please get him to talk about Political Order, his magnum opus in two volumes, and how he responds to the very different views developed in Graeber and Wengrow’s Dawn of Everything. I look forward to hearing you again, when you feel better!Yes, he’s a model of reason and restraint. And thanks for the tips. We won’t have time to debate his many works, but I’ll do my best. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

The Best of the Sports Shop
On Thursdays, we Dish it up with Dr. Deborah Stroman and she has a pop quiz for the Sports Shop.

The Best of the Sports Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 24:37


On Thursdays, we Dish it up with Dr. Deborah Stroman and she has a pop quiz for the Sports Shop. It doesn't look like the coffee has officially kicked in yet... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

United Basketball and Leadership Podcast
Ep 117 | Matt Smith | Fundraising: How to be Efficient & Effective

United Basketball and Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 29:02


Visit www.unitesbasketballplus.com and use Coupon Code - UBPlus for 20% off an annual membership.   This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball. Mention "United Basketball & Leadership Podcast" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models.  Connect with Dr. Dish on Twitter or Instagram @drdishbball

Learn Spanish with Live Lingua
10.8: Asking if a dish has specific ingredients (gluten, peanuts, meat, shellfish, etc).

Learn Spanish with Live Lingua

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 3:24


Downworlder Dish - A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast
The Full Cartman - Episode 116 Downworlder Dish: A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast

Downworlder Dish - A Shadowhunters Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 81:12


Join us as we discuss Chapter 6 of Clockwork Princess, book Three in the Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare!    Follow us on Instagram @Downworlderdishpodcast  Join the discussion in our FB group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/286288765619887 E-mail us www.downworlderdish@gmail.com   Intro Music - The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers Music from https://filmmusic.io Outro Music - "Ice Flow" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Learn Spanish with Live Lingua
10.7: Asking what a dish is made of

Learn Spanish with Live Lingua

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 2:10


Live Greatly
Gail Simmons | How to Find Your Passion from a Top Chef Judge & Co-Host of The Good Dish

Live Greatly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 34:10


Good things happen when you trust yourself and head in the direction of things you are passionate about. Top Chef judge Gail Simmons' shares insights from her career journey including how to navigate life's challenging moments while integrating excitement into your life. Great takeaways ahead plus fantastic top Chicago restaurant recommendations you don't want to miss. Key Takeaways from This Episode Four helpful tips on how to figure out your life destination Ways to inject fun into your job Key components that are common among people who win in any situation Effective stress-management tips to overcome intense moments Culinary destination recommendations in Chicago   Disclaimer: All information and views shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not intended to provide medical advice or treatment recommendations. The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician or other qualified health professionals when you have any questions regarding your specific health, changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions.   Resources Mentioned In This Episode Talking With My Mouth Full: My Life as a Professional Eater Bringing It Home: Favorite Recipes from a Life of Adventurous Eating Top Chef The Good Dish Toronto Life Stephanie Izard Sarah Grueneberg Beverly Kim Parachute Abundance Setting Rose Mary Rick Bayless Grant Achatz Brindille Mindy Segal Demera Ethiopian Restaurant Diana Dávila Mi Tocaya   About Gail Simmons Gail Simmons is a trained culinary expert, food writer, and dynamic television personality. Since the show's inception in 2006, she has lent her expertise as a permanent judge on BRAVO's Emmy and James Beard Award-winning series Top Chef, now in its 19th successful season. She is a co-host of The Good Dish, the new daily syndicated series offering delicious recipes, real-life wisdom, and conversations on the topics of the day, and most recently was the host of Top Chef Amateurs, as well as Iron Chef Canada. From 2004 to 2019, Gail served as special projects director at FOOD & WINE.  In February 2012, she published her first book, Talking With My Mouth Full: My Life as a Professional Eater. Her first cookbook, Bringing It Home: Favorite Recipes from a Life of Adventurous Eating, was released in October 2017. Nominated for an IACP award for the best general cookbook, it features recipes inspired by Gail's world travels—all made with accessible ingredients and intelligent, simple techniques for successful family meals and easy entertaining. Gail frequently appears on other daytime television shows, such as TODAY on NBC, Rachael Ray, and The Talk, and was named the #1 Reality TV Judge in America by The New York Post.  She is an Entrepreneur in Residence at Babson College, co-founder of Bumble Pie Productions, and the newest Global Ambassador for Children in Conflict, an international organization committed to protecting, educating, and providing critical aid for the world's most vulnerable children affected by war. Gail sits on the board of several other nonprofit organizations and philanthropic endeavors, including City Harvest and Hot Bread Kitchen.  She currently lives in New York City with her husband, Jeremy, and their two children, Dahlia and Kole. Connect with Gail Website: Gail Simmons Instagram: @gailsimmonseats   Kristel Bauer, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. She is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur. Follow her on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co Clubhouse: @livegreatly LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here.

Communicast: A Communication Skills Podcast
Communication Is a Dish With Lots of Ingredients

Communicast: A Communication Skills Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 35:15


In this episode, I chatted with Titus Bartolotta who is the founder, president, and lead consultant at Collaborative Solutions Group. Be sure to listen to hear Titus's advice around singlemindedness, being focused, and why the present truly is a gift.Additional Resources:► Follow Communispond on LinkedIn for more communication skills tips: https://www.linkedin.com/company/communispond► Connect with Scott D'Amico on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottdamico/► Connect with Collaborative Solutions Group on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/collaborativesolutions/► Subscribe to the podcast: https://communicast.simplecast.com/► Download the ProSpeak® app. Providing users with instant feedback on presentation and communication skills.- Apple: https://apple.co/3jTJbqe

Jackie, Tony and Donnie In The Morning
Best Of JTD Complete Show

Jackie, Tony and Donnie In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 78:05


April 25th 2022 - All of the highlights from Monday. J&T toured the new building, and Jackie has thoughts. Ryan is taking another trip....this time it's for a "work related reason". Jackie has the Dish, and we bring you good news in Just The Good Stuff. Listen for free anywhere you go on the free iHeart app

dish iheart complete show just the good stuff
The Simplicity Sessions
Functional Gut Health with Katie Lovitt

The Simplicity Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 53:54


In this episode, I am joined by the incredible Katie Lovitt, who is a wealth of knowledge for functional gut health. Katie Lovitt is a functional gut dietitian who is on a mission to empower women to get the answers they need in order to heal from chronic gut symptoms. She has seen conventional medical systems fail by not asking the "how's and "why's, especially around something so crucial as gut health! You can accomplish true healing with Katie's one of a kind program. Did we mention that it's fun and delicious?! This is an education packed episode, so get your notebooks ready!   Connect with us - Thank you for joining us today. If you could do me the honor of hitting the subscribe button, leaving a review, sharing this podcast with a friend, or tagging me on social media when you visit The Simplicity Sessions Community on Facebook or @jennpike on Instagram, I would be forever grateful. Connect with Katie Lovitt - Website: nourishthrivewellness.com Get free access to The Nourished & Thriving Show each week + resources, tips, recipes, and community over at Nourish & Thrive Insiders! https://www.facebook.com/groups/nourish.thrive.insiders The Dish on Digestive Enzymes free training: https://nourishthrivewellness.com/free-training/  Instagram: @the_healthygut_dietitian Facebook: @nourishthrivewellness Learn more about the products and supports I recommend from some of our amazing partners - Eaton Hemp is my favourite CBD and hemp company. They are a hundred percent organic, they're unfiltered, and they are third-party tested. To experience Eaton Hemp, use the discount code JENNPIKE20 at eatonhemp.com/jennpike to save 20% off your order. St Francis Herb Farm education includes webinars, blogs and articles on important topics including the plant medicines that they create to promote women's health by targeting digestion, allergies, immune support, heart health, brain health, and sleep. I use and recommend their products and you can use the code JENNPIKE15 at checkout to save 15% off your order. GoodJuju makes all-natural, plastic-free home & body products that are good for you and good for the planet. Use JENNPIKE10 for 10% off your order. Skin Essence is Canadian-founded, organic, non-GMO, and does not test on animals; this company is one that we love and have around the house. You can even talk to the company to get advice on which products may be right to try first. Save 15% off your first order with the code JENNPIKE15 and use code JENNPIKE10 to save 10% off every order after that.

Flower Friends
Dahlias with Margaret Ullman-Hess

Flower Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 73:35


Our flower friend Margaret from Ballard Urban Flowers is back on today's episode to talk about dahlias! She fills us in on why dahlias are the backbone of her business, the criteria she uses to select varieties, how temperatures and soil health can influence flower color, the natural environment of dahlias, anatomy of a tuber, how she starts her dahlias (pre-potting indoors), conditions for planting out, the dreaded dahlia virus and more. We also each picked 3+ varieties we're super excited about growing this year - you'll have to listen to get our recs!In the intro Sarah talks about a wedding she designed for this past weekend, and an Australian podcast she just found called Dish the Dirt. She also is looking for guest recommendations for season 2 of the podcast. This week's flower facts both have to do with dahlias (tune in after the interview with Margaret), and the song of the week is Wildflowers by Dolly Parton. Follow along with our Flower Friends instagram account to see some of the flowers mentioned on this week's episode & past & future eps. Thanks so much for listening, and we would super appreciate if you could rate & review the podcast, and share with a friend!

Simply The Jest
"So then (dad) put the remainder of his finger that was still attached to his hand in his mouth..."

Simply The Jest

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 40:34


On this episode of Simply The Jest, we're diving into the nation's most embarrassing, stubborn and gruesome 'Dad' stories. You'll hear about a mafia prank, a home job medical procedure and so much more.

Jack Riccardi Show
JACK RICCARDI ON DEMAND AIRED 04/22/2022

Jack Riccardi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 106:36


It's finally Friday and topics tackled today include...Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs bill eliminating Disney's self-government and some other special districts which could have huge tax implications for Disney.; President Biden's popularity is dangerously low forcing Biden to get out into the public to help boost democratic enthusiasm before the midterm election.; Texas National Guard soldier feared drowned in Rio Grande after trying to rescue a migrant woman in the river.; New audio reveals GOP leader Kevin McCarthy said former President Trump admitted bearing some responsibility for Capital attack and said he would urge for Trump resignation.; Dr. Fauci says he finds it disturbing that a federal judge ruled to end the mask mandate on public transportation.; Jack takes your calls on the days news and Hot topics and its Friday and another serving of "The Dish" is fresh and piping hot out of the oven.

Be Well By Kelly
180. Make Healthy, Wholesome Meals Any Day of the Week with Alex Snodgrass of The Defined Dish #FabulousFriends

Be Well By Kelly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 54:50


Alex Snodgrass is passionate about two things: big, bold flavor and healthy living. She's set out to prove that the two are not as misaligned as you might think. At her blog, The Defined Dish, Alex shares meals with clean ingredients that pack a punch. Her new book, https://thedefineddish.com/the-comfortable-kitchen/ (The Comfortable Kitchen), offers 105 recipes that are as comfortable to cook as they are to eat. We talk about making healthy eating more accessible and managing your energy so that you can eat and live well. You will learn about... How Alex got into cooking Making old comfort classics cleaner Meal prep hacks Grab-and-go breakfast ideas Making condiment-based meals Starting recipes from The Comfortable Kitchen Managing your business to protect your passion Resources: https://thedefineddish.com/ (thedefineddish.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedefineddish/ (@thedefineddish) Read: https://thedefineddish.com/the-comfortable-kitchen/ (The Comfortable Kitchen) Read: https://thedefineddish.com/thedefineddishcookbook/ (The Defined Dish) Thank you to Vuori for sponsoring this episode! Go to http://vuori.com/Kelly (Vuori.com/Kelly) for 20% off your first order over $75 and free shipping Visit http://mudwtr.com/bewell (MUDWTR.com/bewell) or use code “BEWELL” at checkout to get 15% off this incredible coffee alternative Timeline Nutrition is offering 10% off your first order of Mitopure. Go to https://www.timelinenutrition.com/kelly (timelinenutrition.com/KELLY) and use code KELLY to get 10% off your order. Connect with Kelly: https://kellyleveque.com/ (kellyleveque.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bewellbykelly/ (@bewellbykelly) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly/ (www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly) Be Well By Kelly is produced and published by http://crate.media (Crate Media).

Ringer Dish
Top 10 Rom-Coms | Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 84:03


It's rom-com week here at The Ringer! To mark such a momentous occasion, Amanda Dobbins returns to join Juliet Litman in a discussion about The Ringer's list of the 50 greatest rom-coms. They discuss which choices they disagree with and declare their own personal top 10 lists. Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins Producers: Devon Manze and Chelsea Stark-Jones Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pink Shade With Erin Martin
439 - Patreon Bonus: Erin & Mary Payne dish IN PERSON!

Pink Shade With Erin Martin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 17:54


if you want to hear some rambling, you've come to the right place! WE TALK SO MUCH TALK! We are gonna tell you all about Erin's visit to Casa Mary Payne and our Reality Gays live show experience mixed in with some real "old ladies and their corns" shizzzz!PLEASE FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM and Twitter: @pinkshadepod and TikTok: @pinkshadepodcastCLICK HERE to join Pink Shade Bunkies on Patreon for our bonus shows every week: PINK SHADE BUNKIESJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink Shade See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Daily Zeitgeist
Ted Lasso = George W Bush? Dr. Oz's Favorite Dish! 4.13.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 61:09


In episode 1225, Jack and Miles are joined by journalist and host of HEIDI WORLD: The Heidi Fleiss Story,Molly Lambert to discuss… Trump officially endorses Dr Oz, conservatives have meltdown, Stray Thought - Ted Lasso Is George W Bush As Current Populous Imagines Him, Sarah Palin is Running For Congress Against Santa Claus and more! Trump officially endorses Dr Oz, conservatives have meltdown Herschel Walker: America 'giving up all the energy' Dr. Oz Gave Dr. Oz Show Staff 15 Minutes' Notice That He's Quitting to Run for Senate in State Where He May Not Live Dr. Oz Goes Grocery Shopping And The Twitter Mockery Is Priceless The Backlash Over Trump's Dr. Oz Endorsement Shows His Hold on the GOP Is Slipping Stray Thought - Ted Lasso Is George W Bush As Current Populous Imagines Him Sarah Palin is Running For Congress Against Santa Claus Sarah Palin and Santa Claus file to run for Congress from Alaska Santa Claus is a candidate for President of the United States in 2012 The strange story of a real-life Santa Claus, North Pole's newest city councilperson 31% of Alaskans support Sarah Palin's new House campaign. But 51% say they have an unfavorable opinion of her. LISTEN: WHAT MORE (feat. Greentea Peng) by Swindle See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.