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    Men In Blazers
    Tyler Adams: Road to the Cup Episode 3, Powered by Volkswagen

    Men In Blazers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 44:10


    Episode three of our eight-part series leading up to the World Cup, in which USMNT leader Tyler Adams joins Rog to discuss the CONCACAF Nations League mud fight in El Salvador, the USMNT's wide open No. 9 position, and who on the U.S. team has the best golf game. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Amiga, Handle Your Shit
    Advocating For The Next Generation of Amigas with Patty Godoy-Travieso

    Amiga, Handle Your Shit

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 43:20


    How are you making a positive impact on the next generation of amigas?While we can't go back and change our own childhood and experience as a young Latina, we can invest our time and service into helping the amigas who are currently going through the same struggles we once did. In this episode, I am joined by Patty Godoy-Travieso, the Director of Quality and Patient Safety at Men's Central Jail in LA County. Patty is also the co-founder of ELLA, which is better known as Empowering Leadership in Latina Athletes, a nonprofit corporation organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes. The mission of the ELLA organization is to support young female Latinas to become leaders of tomorrow through sports and academic excellence. Tune in to Episode 88 of Amiga, Handle Your Shit, and learn about Patty's childhood in El Salvador, her family's experience immigrating to the United States, how her nonprofit organization is changing the lives of Latina youth, why she decided to take the job working at Men's Central Jail, and so much more. Through both Patty's work with the ELLA organization and her job at Men's Central Jail, she is an inspirational Latina advocating for the people who need it most. In This Episode, You Will Learn:About Patty's childhood (4:55)How Patty's nonprofit, ELLA, is making a difference in Latina athletes lives (16:50)Why Patty decided to take the job at Men's Central Jail (24:40)Changes that Patty would like to see in the jail system (37:14)Patty's advice for amigas to handle their shit (39:38)Resources Mentioned:Tickets - The Empowered Amiga Movement Connect with Patty ELLA - WebsiteLinkedInLet's Connect!FREE MASTERCLASSWebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    News Plus
    Gesetze gegen Abtreibung: Manche Länder sind strenger als die USA

    News Plus

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 18:25


    Einige US-Bundesstaaten verschärfen gerade die Gesetze gegen Schwangerschaftsabbrüche. Auch in Europa gibt es sehr restriktive Länder. Wir verschaffen euch einen Überblick. In den USA kommt es in manchen Bundesstaaten zu schärferen Regeln, weil das Oberste Gericht ein altes Urteil umgestossen hat; Roe v. Wade. Neu dürfen die Bundesstaaten Abtreibungen verbieten. Andere Länder, auch in Europa, sind gleich streng oder noch strenger. In Liechtenstein ist ein Schwangerschaftsabbruch praktisch nur erlaubt, wenn das Leben oder die Gesundheit der Schwangeren in Gefahr ist. Ähnlich in Polen, wo es gerade kürzlich eine Verschärfung gab. Und in Malta, wo eine schwangere Touristin in Lebensgefahr schwebte, weil sie ihre Schwangerschaft nicht beenden durfte. Besonders restriktiv sind die Gesetze in El Salvador. Dort kommt es immer wieder zu Fällen, wo Frauen selbst nach einer Fehlgeburt ins Gefängnis müssen. Eure Rückmeldungen zu dieser Folge und alle eure Anregungen schickt ihr gerne hier: newsplus@srf.ch oder 076 320 10 37.

    SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送
    El Salvador (Coffee Break N57) - エルサルバドル(コーヒーブレイク N57)

    SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 10:18


    In El Salvador security is one of major issues. Even coffee farmers in rural areas have to be on the alert for their crops. - ラファの故郷、エルサルバドルはおいしいコーヒーの産地ですが、地元の人々にはそれを楽しむ余裕もなく、治安も良くないという話でした。

    Saca El Spot
    Saca el Spot - Ep. 61 - WEST

    Saca El Spot

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 63:14


    En este episodio estrenamos quinta temporada junto a el salvadoreño WEST, hablamos de su estilo Wildstyle, la evolución del mismo así como la complejidad que es pintar en El Salvador y algunas experiencias a lo largo de su vida.

    American Pipil
    AMP154 - La Gringa en el Selectos

    American Pipil

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 61:48


    Nos visita en el estudio una gringa alemana guanaca que tenia 8 años de no visitar El Salvador y quedo altamente sorprendida de lo cambiado que esta este pais. Cancion del final Banda: Adrenalina Rola: Bolas Contacto: email: americanpipil@gmail.com Tuiter@americanpipil Telegram|Instagram|YouTube|Facebook> American pipil Ya estamos en Spotify y en su reproductor de podcast favorito www.americanpipil.com

    Anticipating The Unintended
    #174 Society is a partnership of the dead, the living and the unborn*

    Anticipating The Unintended

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 28:27


    Global Policy Watch: Woe Vs RaidInsights on policy issues making news around the World - RSJOn Friday, Justice Samuel Alito along with the conservative bloc of the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) overturned the landmark Roe v Wade judgment that had granted women a federal right to terminate a pregnancy about half a century ago. The conservative raid into the SCOTUS that started with the efforts of Bush Jr and concluded with Trump appointing three judges during his term has delivered to the great woe of the progressives. The learned judges searched for the word abortion in the Constitution. And to their surprise, they figured it just wasn't there. To quote:We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled. The Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision, including the one on which the defenders of Roe and Casey now chiefly rely—the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. That provision has been held to guarantee some rights that are not mentioned in the Constitution, but any such right must be “deeply rooted in this Nation’s history and tradition” and “implicit in the concept of ordered liberty.”  The right to abortion does not fall within this category. Until the latter part of the 20th century, such a right was entirely unknown in American law. Indeed, when the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted, three quarters of the States made abortion a crime at all stages of pregnancy. The abortion right is also critically different from any other right that this Court has held to fall within the Fourteenth Amendment’s protection of “liberty.” Roe’s defenders characterize the abortion right as similar to the rights recognized in past decisions involving matters such as intimate sexual relations, contraception, and marriage, but abortion is fundamentally different, as both Roe and Casey acknowledged, because it destroys what those decisions called “fetal life” and what the law now before us describes as an “unborn human being.”Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.Strong stuff. But with a minor problem. I’m not sure SCOTUS has always stayed away from subjects that don’t have a reference to them in the Constitution like the learned judges have claimed. I mean I have gone through the US Constitution and the Declaration of Independence document a few times. I could have also told them they won’t find a reference to abortion there. But I didn’t find the word woman in them either. No idea how that section of the human species got all sorts of rights in the US then. Also, missing from the Constitution are references to wild house parties involving strippers, or to tomatoes, home video recording, or swats to your bottom with a paddle to name just a few of my favourite things. But these are all things on whom the Court has delivered verdicts. Read them if your life is as boring as mine: Wild house parties involving strippers. Is the tomato a fruit or vegetable? The Betamax case of using a home recording device. And the case of the Principal who delivered 20 swats with a paddle to his pupil James. The SCOTUS has opined on them all. So, you see the judges aren’t exactly being consistent with precedence here. And they are setting new dubious benchmarks. There have been numerous instances of the Court striking down past judgments to grant more rights. Not to take them away. This is a repudiation of a lot of truths that progressives take for granted. That the arc of history in the long term bends towards moral justice. Or, that gains on individual liberty that survive more than a generation become irreversible. Apparently not. So, we have the US now joining El Salvador, Poland and Nicaragua in the list of countries that have rolled back abortion rights in the last three decades. About 26 states will make abortion illegal or restrict it on the back of this judgment with immediate effect. It is all quite remarkable. Some days you try and make sense of the pitched battles on the US cultural landscape: on how to use pronouns - he, she, they, it, them, their; or the definition of woman; or cancelling J.K. Rowling because she is a TERF. The terms of such debates are so rarefied that you need a primer first to understand the language being used before you can come to the substantive issues. And while they busy themselves in an ever-splintering contest of being ‘purer’ than the other, the rug gets pulled from under their feet with a judgment that rolls back years of hard-fought wins on women’s autonomy on their bodies, individual liberty and female reproductive health and safety. Now more than half the states are readying themselves to implement it tomorrow. It reinforces my view that any ideology or “-ism” isn’t threatened by its rival but by the absolute section of its own adherents. The desire to finish off the ‘near enemy” is stronger than fighting the real one. Some day the ‘trads’ and ‘raitas’ of Indian wrong wing will also get there. It is a point I have made a few times in explaining Schmitt’s notion of an enemy being essential for a political ideology to flourish.It is not that progressive are alone in this kind of hypocrisy. The same conservatives who value the life of a foetus or of those who are ‘unborn’ don’t see any problem in defending the ‘gun culture’ that takes away more than fifty thousand lives every year. For some convoluted reasons, those lives are an acceptable cost to pay for the right to possess firearms. It is sad yet funny to an outsider looking in.  This won’t stop here. The conservative majority in the SCOTUS took decades, and a lot of good fortune, to come to fruition. They will make the most of it. Justice Clarence Thomas gave a sense of what is to come in his concurring note to this ruling:“In future cases, we should reconsider all of this court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell.”Quick reminder. Griswold v Connecticut is about a married couple’s right to use contraception without state interference. Lawrence v Texas restricts the states from criminalising sodomy, and Obergefell v Hodges established the right for same-sex couples to marry in 2015. Justice Thomas might be alone now in raking these up. But something tells me that the genie is out now.For all its pretensions, ideology reduces itself to three functional truths. Find something to hate viscerally, over-extend the shadow of your ideology to all realms of a citizen’s life and protect yourself by sanctifying a core principle within the ideology that cannot be made profane. You will enjoy the fruits of power while future generations will foot the bill. We are now on an overdrive of ideology on both sides of the partisan divide.  Stepping back there are three points I want to make here about what this reversal could mean from the seemingly ineluctable path the American society was marching on since the civil rights movement of the 60s. First, the tyranny of the well-organised minority in a democracy is real. American society isn’t as divided on the issue of abortion as it was decades back. Roe v Wade didn’t ‘deepen division and enflamed debate’ as Justice Alito puts it. I went through Pew and Gallup surveys over the years on people’s attitudes towards abortion. It is safe to say anywhere between 60 - 80 per cent of Americans are against the idea of making abortion illegal. Most of the remaining too don’t hold extreme positions on this topic. Maybe there’s a 15 per cent minority of evangelicals and Catholics concentrated in certain states that hold views that have been upheld by the SC. Yet they have prevailed because single-issue voters like them matter in the Republican primaries and in winning the swing states. This is what explains Trump’s base among these groups despite his standing for everything they abhor on moral grounds. And once you establish this ‘tyranny of minority’, you can override the silent majority. Because the benefits are concentrated with them while the costs are diffused among the majority. It is not as if the founding framers of the US Constitution were unaware of this risk. Alexander Hamilton in Federalist Papers #22 (1788) had cautioned:“To give a minority a negative upon the majority (which is always the case where more than a majority is requisite to a decision), is, in its tendency, to subject the sense of the greater number to that of the lesser.If a pertinacious minority can control the opinion of a majority, respecting the best mode of conducting it, the majority, in order that something may be done, must conform to the views of the minority; and thus the sense of the smaller number will overrule that of the greater, and give a tone to the national proceedings. Hence, tedious delays; continual negotiation and intrigue; contemptible compromises of the public good.” This is the reality. The only way to deal with this is for the opponents to mobilise themselves into a single issue minority that counters this or to wait for this to splinter on its own. Neither seems possible at this time in the US. But the broader message on how a minority cause can overturn a majority consensus will not be lost on many who champion fringe causes. And this is also the reason one shouldn’t casually dismiss any voice even in India as fringe as we tend to do. Fringe swings votes and influences the social and cultural agenda of political parties. It is wise to remember that when considering the statements of Yati Narsinghanand or Nupur Sharma. Second, the concurrence note by Justice Thomas that refers to other hot-button conservative cultural causes will play out in a certain way. It is important to understand this. As he wrote:“we have a duty to “correct the error” established in those precedents …. After overruling these demonstrably erroneous decisions, the question would remain whether other constitutional provisions guarantee the myriad rights that our substantive due process cases have generated.”What Justice Thomas has done is in public policy called ‘shifting the Overton window’. What was earlier not in the realm of discussion or consideration now comes into play. The terms of reference for the cultural debate to be played out in courts have been widened with those lines. This will have an impact on the decisions made in numerous lower courts. Lives will be affected. Lastly, I come back to a point I have made before about the sanctity of Courts directing social norms in a top-down fashion as it was first done in Roe v Wade and the manner of overturning it on Friday. A bit of context will help here.The conservative preference is for any social change to be gradual. Societal change is shaped through the many eddies of debates and protests that resist the flow of the mainstream. As they gain wider acceptance, they begin changing the course of flow of social norms. This could be painstakingly slow, but it makes change acceptable and sustainable. For the conservatives, the role of the judges is to apply laws, not to create them. Going beyond this brief becomes judicial activism. So, the original conservative view was that all issues of public or social policy should be discussed and debated by the legislative and executive branches of the state that represents the society. Courts resolve disputes following the written-down law while sending back any ambiguities to the legislative arm for approval.The liberal position, as it has evolved over time, is marked with suspicion of the society reforming itself. The classical liberal approach to this problem was to accelerate the process of change in society. This was to be achieved through a combined political, social and cultural assault on the bastions of conservatism in the society. This led to the portrait of a liberal as a perpetual activist in a constant state of mobilisation to upend existing norms. The liberal belief that society must change from within was no different from the conservative stance. The difference was between the need to induce change through proactive measures and the speed of change. This need for speed eventually led the liberals to the courts.Based on the evidence it can be argued the conservatives have lost the argument. The courts are at the front and centre of social policy-making today. The many historic judgments that cleave the US society are evidence of it. The legislative arms of the state representing the society aren’t drafting these laws.But here’s the irony. The conservatives have co-opted the liberal model. With a few strokes of good fortune, the single-minded agenda of turning the US SC bench into a conservative majority has been fruitful. The peril of pushing social change into the cabins of a powerful, centralised and autonomous institution is clear to the liberals now when the shoe is on the other foot. A blunt instrument doesn’t look blunt till it is in the hands of your adversary. The path of wresting back control to society will be long and arduous. Roe v Wade verdict in 1973 was ahead of its time. It was imposed on a society where the majority weren’t onboard. It bred resentment and a counter-movement. Justice Alito’s verdict on Friday takes us back in time. It too is imposed on a society where the majority isn’t with it. The Court is either ahead or behind the times in which they live.And it is on this subject, I come to the only line that I agreed with in Justice Alito’s 213-paged judgment:It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives. “The permissibility of abortion, and the limitations, upon it, are to be resolved like most important questions in our democracy: by citizens trying to persuade one another and then voting.”That’s the way it should always be. Back in 1973. In 2022. And in future.Addendum— Pranay KotasthaneI don’t follow American politics. I’m also cognizant of my ignorance of the context of the abortion debate. And so I’ll stick to three broader points of comparison between the Indian and American political systems. First, this case brings the Constitutional Immutability Dilemma into focus. The underlying reasoning of the judgment is that the American constitution makes no specific reference to a right to obtain an abortion. The cases Roe and Casey tried to link it with other rights, which the current Court did not find acceptable. As an Indian observer, one would think that the constitution should’ve been amended to insert this right expressly, but that’s where the Constitutional Immutability Dilemma kicks in — how amendable should a constitution be after all?To resolve this dilemma, India and the US pick opposite ends. Amending the American constitution requires fulfilling extraordinary conditions, and hence just 27 amendments have been made in its nearly 250-year-old history. On the other hand, amending the Indian constitution is far easier. The latter’s mutability often attracts criticism on these lines—“a document that flexible is a periodical, not a constitution”. However, I’ve always been sceptical of that view. Constitutions are neither sacred books nor indisputable words of a supernatural force. Allowing subsequent generations to alter the constitution through their elected representatives is perhaps a better equilibrium than relying on future judges’ interpretations of an inflexible constitution. Ambedkar, in fact, cited Jefferson in defence of this choice:“We may consider each generation as a distinct nation, with a right, by the will of the majority, to bind themselves, but none to bind the succeeding generation, more than the inhabitants of another country.”As this case illustrates, having rigid conditions for amendments open the door for partisan court benches to interpret the constitution as per their ideological worldviews. At the very least, I submit that a periodical is not worse than an immutable book. The working of a constitution is dependent on many factors outside the nature of the constitution itself. These lines from Ambedkar’s Constituent Assembly speech reverberate today:“..however good a Constitution may be, it is sure to turn out bad because those who are called to work it, happen to be a bad lot. However bad a Constitution may be, it may turn out to be good if those who are called to work it, happen to be a good lot. The working of a Constitution does not depend wholly upon the nature of the Constitution. The Constitution can provide only the organs of State such as the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary. The factors on which the working of those organs of the State depend are the people and the political parties they will set up as their instruments to carry out their wishes and their politics. Who can say how the people of India and their purposes or will they prefer revolutionary methods of achieving them?… It is, therefore, futile to pass any judgment upon the Constitution without reference to the part which the people and their parties are likely to pay.Second, every polity has its unique set of ‘sacred cows’—issues involving such deference and passion that logical arguments stand no chance. For reasons of historical path dependence, these issues over time become wicked, insurmountable problems. Guns and pro-life are two such sacred cow issues of the American polity. To an external observer, the solutions might seem absurdly simple. But to someone in the midst of it all, the issue seems intractable. India too has many such sacred cow issues, one of which is the sacred cow itself. Third, the judiciary often ends up confusing itself for the politician. These lines from the judgment are instructive: “And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.” Why should it be a court’s problem if its judgment has led to more division? Is it a Panchayat that needs to come to a mandavali (negotiated settlement) or should it only be concerned with the Constitutional provisions? These questions keep making a frequent appearance in India. Looks like they aren’t settled yet in the US as well. Course Advertisement: Admissions for the Sept 2022 cohort of Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate in Public Policy programme are now open! Apply by 23rd July for a 10% early bird scholarship. Visit this link to apply.India Policy Watch: Pension TensionInsights on burning policy issues in India— Pranay KotasthaneThe protests against the Agnipath scheme seem to have peaked. This gives us an opportunity to step back and look at the issue dispassionately. We have already looked at the Agnipath scheme in some detail last week. This time around, I’ll focus on the underlying motivation behind this scheme: India’s defence pension bill. In the Hindustan Times, I present a short history of India’s pension bill. "Before 1965, soldiers below officer ranks were recruited through a mechanism resembling Agnipath in the sense that they served seven years of compulsory service and didn’t receive a pension on retirement. This service period was first raised in 1965 to 10 years for bulking the armed forces after the 1962 defeat. Since a pension required a minimum service of 15 years, most soldiers still didn’t qualify.In 1976, this ten-year service term increased to 17 years, meaning every soldier in normal circumstances qualified for a pension on retirement. With the welcome development of a rising life expectancy, there was also a steady increase in the number of pensioners. The combined effect of these factors was a rapid rise in the pension bill. From Rs 228 crores in FY81, the pension expenditure galloped to Rs 5923 crores by FY99.The Kargil Review Committee (1999) set off the alarm bells over the pension issue, mooting the idea of reducing the service term to 7-10 years. As an alternative, the committee also proposed an inverse lateral induction mechanism, whereby a paramilitary force recruit would be deputed to the armed forces for seven years and repatriated back to the parent organisation after that. Through this mechanism, the experienced soldiers could be retained in the national security system longer while reducing the pension bill. None of these alternatives received the political nod. Meanwhile, in 2004, the union government was able to find a long-term solution for pensioners from the civil services cadre. While continuing to pay pensions of all current employees, the government moved its incoming employees recruited after 1 Jan 2004 to the National Pension System (NPS). NPS is a “defined contribution” scheme, where the pension is paid out of a corpus the employee and the government co-create over the employment period. Over time, this move will likely make the pension bill sustainable, as the liability is not being passed on exclusively to future taxpayers. However, armed forces personnel were kept out of this reform, mainly because non-officer rank soldiers retiring after a short 15-year service would not be able to build a robust corpus, unlike their civilian counterparts who were in service for twice that period. The lost opportunity in 2004 proved to be costly. By 2014, the public discourse had shifted in the opposite direction. Rather than customise the NPS to soldiers’ requirements—which would have been an ideal long-term solution—the NDA government implemented the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme. By agreeing to a “defined benefit” scheme that resets periodically based on current employee compensation, the union government unthinkingly committed itself to a perpetually fast-growing liability. While the government was happy to kick the can down the road, the COVID-19 pandemic was a wake-up call. On the one hand, government finances were thrown off balance. On the other, the border stand-off with China drove home the point that defence reforms are not just essential but also urgent. The creation of the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) position was the first step. General Bipin Rawat repeatedly drew attention to the unsustainable defence pensions. During his tenure, a few alternatives were discussed. Each available option came with its own set of implementation challenges. Out of this imperfect set, the government chose to reduce the default service term to four years, labelling it as the Agnipath scheme.In the Times of India, I try to estimate the defence pension savings arising from Agnipath:Over the long term, it has the potential to reduce the pension burden substantially. At the same time, the scheme will not directly impact the allocations for modernisation in the short term. Here’s why.Agniveers recruited today are replacing soldiers who would have retired approximately 15 years from now. The purported pension savings would start accruing only after a decade-and-half. As for the size of savings, we created a basic model from publicly available data. Our thumb rule suggests that the net present value of all future pension outflows per soldier is Rs 1 crore. The actual savings might be higher. Reports on the initial proposal by the Indian Army for a three-year Tour of Duty put the prospective lifetime savings per soldier at nearly ten times our estimate.Arriving at an accurate figure is difficult as the government does not release the split-up of total pension expenditures between officers, soldiers, and defence civilians. To get around this data hole, we assumed that the average pension of a retiring officer is 3.5 times the average pension of a retiring soldier. To calculate the total pension outflow per soldier, we assumed that a soldier receives a pension for 29 years on average, i.e. the difference between average life expectancy (69) and the retiring age of a soldier (40). Further, since pension outflows happen over several years in the future, we use the Net Present Value (NPV) method to determine the current value of all future payments. For simplicity, we assume that the pension is indexed to the discount rate. Using even this extremely conservative model suggests significant long-term gains. Allowing 75% of the Agniveers recruited this year to let go after four years alone has a net present value of approximately Rs 34500 crores.As highlighted earlier, these savings will accrue only after 15 years. But just as today’s deficits are tomorrow’s taxes, today’s reforms become tomorrow’s savings. Through Agnipath, the government can manage pension expenditures over the long term.Finally, this entire defence pension debate has three important lessons in public policy.First, secrecy is the enemy of public policy. Kelkar & Shah, in their book In Service of the Republic, identify secrecy levels as one of the barriers to building state capacity. They write that it is harder to achieve state capacity in areas closed to open feedback and criticism. The defence pension debate is a good illustration of their assessment. As a policy analyst, the sad feature of this entire debate over defence pension is the complete absence of good data. Believe it or not, the government does not release defence pension data beyond the aggregate numbers listed in the budget documents. For example, we still don’t know how this Rs 1 Trillion amount is split up between officers, non-officers, and defence civilians. In the absence of this foundational information, myths abound (We tried to tackle five common myths in ThePrint). Moreover, without good data, the policy pipeline is clean-bowled at the very first step. There are no good models or projections to inform a cost-benefit analysis. Second, is the absolute need for ex-ante fiscal projections of government plans. Seemingly innocuous changes in pension policies can have hard-to-reverse adverse effects. An institution such as an Independent Fiscal Council can help the people and politicians understand the financial consequences of such plans even before they are implemented.Finally, I liken pension reforms to six-day test matches. Reducing employees' pensions while they are in service would be an immoral breach of trust. And hence, all pension reform options can only tackle future employees. Reforms done today can at best contain the rise in spending a couple of decades later when these yet-to-be-hired employees retire. Hence, it is imperative to exercise caution on pension policies at the inception stage. HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Articles] In #171, we discussed two missing meta-institutions in India. This week, a couple of excellent articles throw light on two other missing mechanisms. KP Krishnan in Business Standard writes about the need for an independent evaluation mechanism for statutory regulatory authorities. Rajya Sabha MP Sujeet Kumar, Vedant Monger, and Vikram Vennelakanti propose a method for formalised impact assessments before and after any law/scheme get a go-ahead.[Audiobook] The late Richard Baum’s The Fall and Rise of China lectures are terrific.[Podcast] Over at Puliyabaazi, we discuss Agnipath and related issues.* Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com

    Iglesia Gracia Sobre Gracia
    26 Jun 2022 - Tres fuentes de consuelo en tiempos de inquietud

    Iglesia Gracia Sobre Gracia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 58:13


    Título: Tres fuentes de consuelo en tiempos de inquietud Predicador: Pastor Javier Domínguez Fecha: domingo 26 de junio de 2022 Servicio Dominical Más información sobre nuestra iglesia y predicas en: www.graciasobregracia.org/ Síguenos en: Facebook: facebook.com/GSGorg Twitter: twitter.com/GSGorg Instagram: instagram.com/GSGorg Soundcloud: @GSGorg Escríbenos a: info@graciasobregracia.org Iglesia Gracia Sobre Gracia, San Salvador, El Salvador. Derechos Reservados © 2022 | #GraciaSobreGracia #FamiliaGSG

    Entre Amigos
    RIQUEZA INSTANTÁNEA

    Entre Amigos

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 29:00


    En estos días, Bitcoin continúa perdiendo su valor y su liquidación va en aumento. Sin lugar a dudas, esta caída afectará al presidente del Salvador, Nayib Bukele, quien invirtió la cuarta parte de las reservas públicas de su país en criptomoneda. Ahora, El Salvador tendrá problemas para enfrentar sus obligaciones financiaras por la falta de liquidez. En un plano mas trivial, algunos bien intencionados continuan recomendando invertir en Bitcoins, como una manera de generar riqueza rápidamente. Y es que, obtener riqueza así de pronto, como por arte de magia, motiva a millones de personas a jugar la lotería, apostar, hacer videos virales y, por supuesto, invertir en criptomonedas. Pero, ¿Qué dice de nosotros ese anhelo por riqueza sin esfuerzo y gratificación inmediata? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Projekt Zukunft: Das Wissenschaftsmagazin
    Wie entstehen die Wüsten?

    Projekt Zukunft: Das Wissenschaftsmagazin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 2:45


    Die Frage an Projekt Zukunft kommt diese Woche von Antoniete Reyes aus El Salvador.

    Metafit Metamind Podcast
    Self Development isn't ALL about never Having Fun Any Longer [A Solo Episode]

    Metafit Metamind Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 21:46


    In this episode, I just have a short talk on what I think about Self Development and continuing to enjoy some fun things like dancing and movies. You can even make goals for having fun!!Hope you enjoy the episode!The FitMind & Spirit Retreat is on September 15th-19th, 2022 in El Salvador (reservations are now open!) Metafit Metamind Academy's NLP Certification Training is on July 8th-11th, 2022 in Austin, TX. Learn more about communication, behavior, creating rapport and sales with others and grow yourself, your business, your health! Remember to subscribe to this podcast through any platform you use. (Apple, Google, Spotify, Castbox, Podchaser, Goodpods, etc...)Please leave a positive review and 5 stars if you enjoyed this episode and other episodes I have shared.Looking to let go of all your limiting beliefs, decisions, and emotions to launch you to your compelling future? Schedule a Discovery Call with me Now!Comparte tu Historia | Share your Journey  IG @coachkarlita | @metafitmetamindpodcast FB @ facebook.com/metafitmetamind Correo Electronico | Email @ karla@metafitmetamind.com |Support the show

    Today's Focus of Attention
    No rights to abortion in the United States

    Today's Focus of Attention

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 2:23


    Today, the US Supreme Court has ruled that the constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision.   This resolution from the high court upended a precedent set nearly 50 years ago in the landmark Roe v Wade case.   Now the United States, along with Poland, Nicaragua and El Salvador, are the only countries in the world to restrict abortion.

    Jobs with Jodi
    Careers in Multimedia/Digital Media

    Jobs with Jodi

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 54:17


    CAREERS IN MULTIMEDIA & DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS PODCASTThis Jobs with Jodi podcast episode spotlights the careers of three RPCVs working in different capacities within the multimedia and digital communications field.    Hear from RPCV featured guests Ryan Fouss, Cedar Wolf, and Orrin Luc as they discuss their own distinct career paths in the digital media field, while offering sage advice to listeners who are interested in turning their passion for storytelling via photography and videography into a career.   FEATURED GUESTS:Ryan Fouss (Eswatini 2011–13) works as creative lead and TV producer at National Geographic Channel — with proven experience in developing and managing award-winning digital marketing campaigns and the production of long-form television series. He got his start in the Office of Third Goal & Returned Volunteer Services in Peace Corps Headquarters. Born in a refugee camp in the Philippines and growing up abroad as the child of a diplomat, he has a special passion about representation and diversity within media.Cedar Wolf (Namibia 2006–08) is a Multimedia Storyteller with more than 18 years of experience in video and production. While skateboarding led him to buy his first video camera, it was through his Peace Corps service in Namibia and the Philippines that Wolf developed a lifelong passion for documenting social causes, cultural experiences, and the environment. In his spare time, he volunteers as a multimedia specialist for the Peace Corps Oral History project and teaches visual storytelling workshops. He is a former Peace Corps Recruiter where he enjoyed using his photos and videos of service to bring his presentations to life. Wolf currently lives in Colorado where he loves spending time with his daughter, wife, and father. For more information, visit his website at https://www.cedarwolf.com/Orrin Luc (El Salvador 2014–16, Mexico 2017–18) joined the National Peace Corps Association team in March 2021. As the Digital Content Manager, he designs and delivers digital messaging across all platforms, managing the creation of video, website, digital magazine, and newsletter content. He enjoys producing and editing short documentaries that showcase the NPCA's Community Fund, advocacy efforts, and Global Reentry program. Orrin served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in El Salvador 2014–16 and again as Peace Corps Response in Mexico 2017–18. He currently lives in Chicago, and he is happy to report that he has met and interviewed Jeff Goldblum in person. For more information, visit his Linkedin.PODCAST HOST:Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Jodi Hammer (Ecuador 1994–97), is a job coach and host of the Global Reentry's Jobs with Jodi Podcast. In her role as Global Reentry Career Support Specialist with NPCA, she develops and delivers individual and group programming to foster Global Reentry's mission of providing career and transitional support to RPCVs worldwide. Need help with your next career opportunity after service? With the Global Reentry Program, National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) is here to help returned Volunteers with readjustment at home after service, provide resources to overcome challenges, and take the next steps toward healthy lives and successful careers.

    Podcast Toby Jr.
    Si pudiera hablar con Dios

    Podcast Toby Jr.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 36:06


    Predicado el Miércoles 22 de Junio de 2022 en la Noche de Amigos del Tabernáculo Central en El Salvador.

    Red Cloaks Radio
    Collective Power with Dr. Anu Kumar from Ipas

    Red Cloaks Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 21:27


    Listen in! Dr. Anu Kumar, CEO and President of Ipas provides insight and global perspective about sustainable abortion ecosystems & how to realize them! Since the 1990s many countries have moved forward (40 countries!). A handful - including the United States, Poland, and El Salvador - are moving backwards. Take a closer look at what is happening & learn empowering strategies to promote safety for women, girls, and people who need abortion. Taking a small step makes a difference, and Dr. Kumar explains why (and how) each of us can be part of the global trend towards creating conditions that will help women and girls at the local, national and global level!

    SBS Spanish - SBS en español
    Congreso de El Salvador extiende por tercera vez el estado de excepción para combatir a las pandillas

    SBS Spanish - SBS en español

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:57


    Mientras tanto, organismos internacionales y defensores de los derechos humanos denuncian abusos de las autoridades. Además, no se ha presentado un reporte oficial de los detenidos que fallecieron en custodia del gobierno salvadoreño. Escucha el informe del corresponsal de SBS Spanish en Latinoamérica, Wilfredo Salamanca.

    Ida y Vuelta
    Ida y Vuelta: 23 de junio de 2022

    Ida y Vuelta

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:57


    Después de su descalabro ante Guatemala, la Sub 20 busca cerrar la ronda de grupos ante El Salvador de manera convincente; nadadora artística se desvanece en la piscina del Mundial de Natación y es rescatada por su propia entrenadora; basquetbolista estadounidense, Brittney Griner, sigue detenida de manera preventiva en Rusia desde Febrero y su esposa ya no confía en el gobierno de USA; Chiriquí está a un paso de barrer a Coclé y volver a la final del Béisbol Mayor; hoy es el draft de la NBA y el panameño Iverson Molinar podría ser considerado en 2da ronda por alguna franquicia.

    Buenos Días América
    La FDA aprueba la primera pastilla para restituir el cabello El fármaco de Eli Lily impide que el sistema inmune ataque los folículos capilares y ofrece esperanza a casi 7 millones de personas que sufren de esta condición en EEUU.

    Buenos Días América

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 66:19


    Hoy hablamos de complejos: todo el mundo tiene inseguridades en su físico: unos la calvicie, otros por su apariencia, por su nariz, por las orejas... ¿Tienes algún complejo o lo has tenido y has puesto solución? Hoy una profesional nos habla de una vacuna contra la calvicie aprobada por la FDA que será la alegría de muchas personas. En Buenos Días América arrancamos contando “Que paso mientras Ud. dormía” nuestro boletín informativo con un resumen de las noticias más importantes del día. Nelson Rauda, periodista, habla sobre Bukele pide "paciencia" a los salvadoreños ante la pronunciada caída del bitcoin. El Dr. Mejía Torres habla sobre el olvido de nombres propios y errores infantiles en adultos. Qué pasa en la mente cuando olvidas el nombre de personas conocidas. El lenguaje mudo del cuerpo. La Dermatóloga Doctora Mariela Cogorno, nos comenta acerca de la Alopecia severa: FDA aprueba la primera pastilla para restituir el cabelloEl fármaco de Eli Lily impide que el sistema inmune ataque los folículos capilares y ofrece esperanza a casi 7 millones de personas que sufren de esta condición en EEUU. Y en Contacto Deportivo, hablamos con Aldo Sánchez dando una ronda por la jornada de juego de las estrellas de la MLB, lo que pasó en el Mundial de Atletismo y la venta de boletos en Catar 2022 Mañana más, en Buenos Días América, no olvides en conectarte. Si te gusto, recuerda compartir con tus amigos que pueden encontrarnos en la App de UFORIA o en cualquier plataforma de podcast. Envíanos tus comentarios, inquietudes o sugerencias, a nuestras redes sociales en Facebook @buenosdiasam, Instagram buenosdiasamericaam o escríbenos a nfoudradio@UNIVISION.NET estaríamos encantados de recibirlas.

    Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
    "Lo-Fi Global: Japan, Colombia, France, El Salvador, First Woman/NASA"

    Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 8:00


    Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/yYImoNMZ1SI Episode 73 Season 5 (series 489) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #Japan #Colombia #France #ElSalvador #FirstWoman #NASA

    bitcoinheiros
    Live - O melhor da semana - 22/6/2022

    bitcoinheiros

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 59:44


    Honey badger don't care. 00:00 Sala de espera 16:16 Introdução 18:16 A comunidade Amish é um exemplo de sociedade de leis privadas? 22:42 FTX resgatou a plataforma de empréstimo BlockFi e detalhes do modelo da Rispar 27:22 Relatório da Kraken sobre a Lightning é positivo e informações sobre sua evolução e liquidez 40:07 A Lightning funcionando ajuda a resolver o Trilema da primeira camada e definição de escassez digital 45:30 É possível a criptografia SHA-256 ser substituída no Bitcoin? 51:49 Tome cuidado com as carteiras Bitcoin que usar para guardar seus satoshis 54:01 O risco da computação quântica para o BTC e a existência de propostas para proteger a rede 59:43 Como ficaria a rede Bitcoin caso houvesse a quebra do SHA-256, e o que aconteceria? 01:03:20 As CBDCs ajudariam na adoção de bitcoin em qual situação? 01:05:37 O que aconteceria com a Lightning caso o Bitcoin Core parasse? 01:07:40 El Salvador está sofrendo com a queda do preço de BTC? 01:11:28 Vitalik Buterin e a crítica ao Stock to Flow 01:12:52 Deixe o like, se inscreva no canal e não perca o programa de amanhã sobre Web3 e 5 ________________ APOIE O CANAL https://bitcoinheiros.com/apoie/ ⚡ln@pay.bitcoinheiros.com Loja dos Bitcoinheiros https://loja.bitcoinheiros.com/ SIGA OS BITCOINHEIROS: Site: https://www.bitcoinheiros.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/bitcoinheiros Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bitcoinheiros Allan - https://www.twitter.com/allanraicher Dov - https://twitter.com/bitdov Becas - https://twitter.com/bksbk6 Ivan - https://twitter.com/bitofsilence Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bitcoinheiros Facebook: https://www.fb.com/bitcoinheiros Podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitcoinheiros APOIE O CANAL: - Dê uma gorjeta em Bitcoin: https://bitcoinheiros.com/apoie/ - Inscreva-se no canal - Deixe seu comentário no vídeo - Dê um like no vídeo - Compartilhe o vídeo e o canal com amigos e familiares na sua rede social - Envie um email com seu comentário e sugestões: bitcoinheiros@protonmail.com COMO GUARDAR SEUS BITCOINS? Bitcoinheiros recomendam o uso de carteiras Multisig com Hardware Wallets de diferentes fabricantes. Busque por "canivete bitcoinheiro" em nosso canal para saber mais. - COLDCARD - https://store.coinkite.com/promo/bitcoinheiros (use o código bitcoinheiros para ganhar 5% de desconto) - TREZOR E BITBOX02 PARA RESIDENTES NO BRASIL E AMÉRICA DO SUL Revendedor oficial: https://www.kriptobr.com/?afiliado=1288 Acesse com nosso link acima para ajudar o canal! ;) - TREZOR PARA RESIDENTES EM OUTROS PAÍSES https://shop.trezor.io/product/trezor-model-t?offer_id=15&aff_id=3722

    Barrelled Surf Podcast
    When Tbone met Tiago

    Barrelled Surf Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 115:35


    Portugal's Prince, surfing Legend Tiago Pires joins Tbone this week on Barrelled Surf Podcast. El Salvador is run and done, Rio is about to start, but fuck it, if you're sick of comps and want to hear some stories, jump on in - the water is delightful. Get into it ya bunch of Mad Flegends!

    Off the Chain
    #1017 Max Keiser On Helping A Nation Build On The Bitcoin Standard

    Off the Chain

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 46:44


    Max Keiser is a Bitcoin OG, popular podcast host, and has a new book "The Book Of Max". In this conversation we discuss Max moving to El Salvador, helping El Salvador build on the Bitcoin standard, and the progress that has been made in the country. We also go over Michael Saylor's 10 points on how Bitcoin can be strengthened over time. ======================= Bullish is a powerful new exchange for digital assets that offers deep liquidity, automated market making, and industry-leading security. Combining the innovations of DeFi with the regulated environment of traditional finance, Bullish empowers users to trade with certainty and earn passively at scale across variable market conditions, in an environment backed by multibillion-dollar liquidity contributions from the Bullish Treasury. Visit bullish.com/pomp today to learn more.   Note: Bullish is licensed by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. Virtual assets and related products are high risk. Consult your investment advisor and trade responsibly. Bullish is available in select locations only and not to U.S persons. Visit bullish.com/legal for important information and risk warnings. ======================= Since 2018 Copper has been at the forefront of institutional digital asset development.   From award winning custody solutions, to creating the first truly off-exchange settlement function, Copper pioneers technology, products, and services, in lock-step with a rapidly changing world.    No other infrastructure provider covers as many assets, across as many exchanges, with the speed and security that Copper can offer. To learn how Copper helps the world's largest institutional investors secure their digital assets, head over to copper.co   Copper - the unfair advantage. ======================= Compass Mining is the world's first online marketplace for bitcoin mining hardware and hosting. Compass was founded with the goal of making it easy for everyone to mine bitcoin.  Visit http://compassmining.io to start mining bitcoin today!  =======================

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
    JobMakers: Cris Ramón on How to Build Up Immigrant Businesses (#57)

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 26:47


    This week on JobMakers, host Denzil Mohammed talks with Cris Ramón, son of immigrants from El Salvador, immigration policy analyst, and coauthor of the new report, Immigrant Entrepreneurship: Economic Potential and Obstacles to Success published by the Bipartisan Policy Center. For the report, he scoured the nation to learn not only what immigrant entrepreneurs need, but what municipalities […]

    Lipped the Surfer's Podcast
    2022 El Salvador Wrap & Rio Preview

    Lipped the Surfer's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 50:44


    Presented by Quiksilver A deep dive into all the going ons from the cobblestones if Punta Roca.  Who won the final and why, why Yago had to get the score and which commentators return made the event. All this plus the unexpected post cut tour vibe and why the WSL needs to think about social media and safety. All this plus fantasy picks for Rio. Fuelled by Heaps Normal it's so surf it hurts!

    Podcast Toby Jr.
    Dentro de la cobertura

    Podcast Toby Jr.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 36:33


    Predicado el Domingo 19 de Junio del 2022, en el Servicio Dominical de 11AM del Tabernáculo Central, en El Salvador.

    SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送
    Pacamara, Rafa's choice (Coffee Break N56) - ラファが好きなパカマラ(コーヒーブレイク N56)

    SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 10:05


    There are many coffee lovers in coffee industry. They, especially baristas have to have coffee even when they don't want it. Rafa loves Pacamara which is an impressive coffee variety produced in El Salvador. - コーヒー好きの多いコーヒー業界でも特にコーヒーを飲むことの多いバリスタ。カフェインで手が震えることもあるそうです。ラファのお勧めのパカマラは彼の母国エルサルバドル産で、卓越した品質のものもあります。

    Liveaboard Sailing Podcast
    Living the sailing dream: Epic destinations and cruiser misfortunes

    Liveaboard Sailing Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 47:57


    In this episode we are going to talk about some of those epic cruising locations that many people dream about; Mexico, Central America and French Polynesia. You will also hear about some of the downsides of cruising, like running aground in El Salvador and having a dinghy stolen right off the boat - and also tips on how to avoid both of these misfortunes!My guests are Sharon and Rico from Gypsea Travellers, who live on their CSY or Caribbean Sailing Yacht sailboat with their two adorable dogs in French Polynesia, doing both boat work and work work, as Sharon works full-time while living on a sailboat. Links mentioned in this episode ⬇️

    Podcast Toby Jr.
    El regalo olvidado

    Podcast Toby Jr.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 42:22


    Predicado el Domingo 19 de Junio del 2022, en el Servicio Dominical de 9AM del Tabernáculo Central, en El Salvador.

    Boia
    Boia 154

    Boia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 142:28


    #154 Nesse samba dos branquelos de cuca fundida (opa!) requebramos ao som dos 80 anos do Paul McCartney com Let Me Roll It e sorvemos cada acorde da Demo (eba!) do David Bowie, afinal são 50 anos do Ziggy tocando guitarra. Tivemos a volta do Almanaque e da Imagem Falada! Para analisar a etapa de El Salvador, Júlio Adler, João Valente e (trio completo!) Bruno Bocayuva convocaram ninguém menos que Marcelo Bôscoli, analista sênior do Por Dentro do Tour, podcast vizinho e amigo. Como esperado, não houve gritaria, esperneio e nem palavras de ordem - o cavalheirismo reinou incólume - lamentamos informar. Nosso único compromisso é com o fracasso. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/boia/message

    Stab Podcasts
    A Riot in Rio? | El Sal Post-Mortem and Brazil Preview

    Stab Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 46:56


    This week on the Stab CUSP, Stace and Mikey dissect all things El Salvador and offer a prognosis for Saquarema. Winners/losers/predictions and all the rest inside.

    Wealth Reliance
    Episode 78 - Rolando Alfaro

    Wealth Reliance

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:24


    Welcome to another episode of the Self Reliant Wealth Podcast. In this episode we will be catching up with real estate professional, Rolando Alfaro. Today, Rolando shares his inspiring story of fighting for the American Dream as an immigrant from El Salvador. He shares his advice to new agents, what to expect as an agent, as well as a few parenting tips of how he helps his children develop a strong work ethic. Connect with Rolando (801)-441-0973 https://www.linkedin.com/in/rolando-alfaro-5a537224/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/self-reliant-wealth/message

    Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast
    2026 FIFA World Cup Venue Reactions: Who's Going to Host the Final?

    Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 86:06


    Alexi Lalas and David Mosse Kick off the podcast with a look at the USMNT game vs. El Salvador and take a deep dive of where this leaves the national team ahead of Qatar (5:00). Then we look at how Costa Rica qualified to the 2022 World Cup and why we're happy to see another CONCACAF team in the tournament (25:40). Later we breakdown England's historic loss against Hungary and the rest of the action in the UEFA Nations League (29:00). We also covered Mane's move to Bayern, Pogba's return to Juve, and the rest of the transfers in Europe (35:40). The guys answered your questions about 2026 World Cup venues, MLS's Apple TV deal, and if the 1994 USA denim jerseys are ever coming back in #AskAlexi (42:56). Finally Alexi ends the show with his One for the Road about his travels to Zurich Switzerland and the FIFA Next 90 program (1:17:00). What We've Been Watching: Mosse's Picks: Severance, Peaky Blinders, The Offer, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, The French Connection, The Godfather Alexi's Picks: Bad Words, This is Where I Leave You Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Poddin' Next Door
    #127 - "Honestly..."

    Poddin' Next Door

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 91:12


    On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual back and forth, slappers, almost forgot the intro, and women questions… Late late upload. Bless up. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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    The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
    What is a ‘Staked Ether' and how it caused the Crypto Crisis?

    The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 38:36


    This Week in Crypto: What is ‘staked ether', the token at the center of crypto's liquidity crisis. El Salvador president's take on the bear market. Elon Musk hints Twitter will integrate Crypto Payments if his takeover is completed and more news.Join Craig in this episode where he dissects the Breaking Crypto News and how they impact the entire Blockchain space.

    El Leñero
    El Leñero - 3ra. Temporada - Capítulo 20

    El Leñero

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 69:57


    Final del frenético Tour de Suiza que vivimos, muchas bajas por covid, pero con un gran triunfo de Geraint Thomas quien superó a Sergio Higuita (llegó como líder a la crono final) y a Jakob Fuglsang. También hubo Tour de Eslovenia donde arrasó el UAE con Pogacar y Majka, todo esto y mucho mucho más... en El LeñeroTodos los Lunes:2Am España, Italia y Francia9pm Argentina, Uruguay y Brasil8pm Bolivia, Cuba, Paraguay, Chile, Venezuela, Dominicana y Puerto Rico7pm Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, México y Panamá6pm Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua

    Podcast Toby Jr.
    La venganza

    Podcast Toby Jr.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 35:30


    Predicado el Miércoles 15 de Junio del 2022, en la Noche de Amigos del Tabernáculo Central en San Salvador, El Salvador.

    Stephan Livera Podcast
    SLP385 Nicolas Burtey - Central African Republic & Bitcoin Legal Tender

    Stephan Livera Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 55:43


    Nicolas Burtey of Galoy Money rejoins me on the show to talk about his recent trip to Central African Republic and their new bitcoin legal tender push. We chat: The situation in the country today Hurdles to adoption Internet, Electricity and Smartphone penetration What makes sense for bitcoin adoption in CAR? Comparison with El Salvador's Bitcoin Law Galoy Money El Salvador hosting central bankers and finance ministers Links: Twitter: @nicolasburtey Site: galoy.io Prior episodes: SLP346 Nicolas Burtey – Synthetic USD & Bitcoin Banking SLP279 Michael Peterson and Nicolas Burtey – Bitcoin Beach: Citadel By The Sea in El Zonte, El Salvador Sponsors: Swan Bitcoin Hodl Hodl Lend Braiins.com Voltage Unchained Capital (code LIVERA) CoinKite.com(code LIVERA) Stephan Livera links: Show notes and website Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast Patreon @stephanlivera

    SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送
    Rafa from El Salvador (Coffee Break N55) - エルサルバドルから来たラファ(コーヒーブレイク N55)

    SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 10:27


    Rafa came from the country known as El Salvador which is one of major coffee producers in Central America.  - テニスのスーパースター、ラファエル・ナダールと同様に「ラファ」と呼ばれるこの若者は中米のコーヒー産地の1つ、エルサルバドルからオーストラリアに来て石渡さんと一緒に働くようになりました。