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Fracture or discontinuity in rock across which there has been displacement

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The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Monday, August 8, 2022

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:07 Very Popular


This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 11:24) Is Corporate America Lining Up Against Pro-Life Efforts? Big Business Pushes Back Against Pro-Life Momentum as the Fault Lines of U.S. Politics are Being Redrawn State by StateAbortion Law in Indiana Leads to Fallout for State, Politics by Washington Post (Amber Phillips and Tom Hamburger)Youngkin's Culture Wars are Good for Him but Bad for Virginia Business by Washington Post (Don L. Scott Jr.)Part II (11:24 - 19:44) The Most Pro-Abortion President in U.S. History is Not Pro-Abortion Enough for His Party? They Also Complain He Doesn't Like to Use the Word ‘Abortion'A Profile of Moral Collapse: President Biden, Abortion, and the Culture of Death by AlbertMohler.com (R. Albert Mohler Jr.)Biden Is an Uneasy Champion on Abortion. Can He Lead the Fight in Post-Roe America? by New York Times (Michael D. Shear)Part III (19:44 - 25:07) It's Monkey vs. Humans in Japan: The Nation Wrestles with a Macaque Problem—and the Macaques Are Getting SmarterA Marauding Monkey Was Killed in Japan. Others Will Take Its Place. by New York Times (Hisako Ueno and Mike Ives)Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.

Fault Lines
Special Episode: Building a Safer Cryptoverse

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 50:12


Illicit finance poses one of the key national security challenges facing the crypto industry. How do U.S. regulators and policymakers work with stakeholders to implement solutions that may be at odds with crypto's underlying ethos of decentralization? Is crypto the driving factor behind increased ransomware activity or just a symptom? What lessons can the United States take from other governments, like the EU and the UK, in upgrading our anti-money laundering framework? Ari Redbord, Head of Legal and Government Affairs at TRM Labs, a blockchain intelligence company, joins Fault Lines for a special episode to help assess some of the national security challenges facing the crypto industry.Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ringside with the preacher men
Preacher Know Thyself with Dennis Matyas

Ringside with the preacher men

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 59:26


Topics: Personality of the Pastor Identity Politics in in Culture and Church Does Law and Gospel distinction make a good sermon? Confession of Casket vs. Cremation   Guest: Rev. Dennis Matyas   THANK YOU MONTHLY SPONSORS: Eddie Switek, Blayne Watts, ITO Radio YOU CAN GIVE TO RINGSIDE: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=TZBU7UQQAWEVN   Thank you:  1517.org  and Concordia Seminary, St. Louis and thejaggedword.com Grace Lutheran Ventura St. James Lutheran, Chicago     Music: Joel Allen Hess  "baboon"- More on bandcamp Dead Horse One - I love my man   Other stuff: Fault Lines, Voddie Baucham Liturgical Preaching: Contemporary Essays, article by David Schmidt Anguish of Preaching, Joseph Sittler Say It!: Celebrating Expository Preaching in the African American Tradition, Eric Redmond More cremations mean fewer chance to grieve together, Christianity Today

Fault Lines
Special Episode: Sri Lanka - A Country in Free Fall

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 33:44


This week, Sri Lanka is set to choose a new president in the midst of a massive unrest and a catastrophic economic crisis. What does this mean for U.S. security interest in the region? How can Sri Lanka's partners best assist in this situation? With Sri Lanka's economy shattered, food and fuel dangerously scarce, and massive international debts, is there any hope for Asia's oldest democracy? Atul Keshap, U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka from 2015 - 2018, joins Fault Lines in a special episode to help address these questions and more! Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. **Fault Lines Update** Join us next week for our limited and special summer series “Breaking Chains: Fighting the Next Global Repressors.” Over the next month, we will highlight the many serious human rights violations we are witnessing across the globe - from war crimes in Ukraine to new information coming out on China's treatment of the Uyghurs. You don't want to miss this! Note: This episode was recorded at 1:00 PM ET on July 18, 2022. Events on the ground in Sri Lanka have moved quickly since then! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Book Club with Michael Smerconish
Julian Zelizer: "Fault Lines"

Book Club with Michael Smerconish

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 22:31


Michael's conversation with Princeton University Professor Julian Zelizer, author of "Fault Lines: A History of the United States Since 1974."

'Merica, Mao and the Metaverse
Where are the faultlines?

'Merica, Mao and the Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 23:44


Your QFM
Pastor Gus and Whiteness.

Your QFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 19:04


Pastor Gus joins Phil and Mike to discuss from Pastort Voddie Baucham's book, Faultlines, and the issue of White Privilege. Is there any merit to it?

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino
Atlanta-based Jazz Drummer Dana Fitzsimons

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022


Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with Atlanta-based Jazz Drummer Dana Fitzsimons .. Along with Pianist Bill Graham and Bassist Brandon Boone, they released a new 2022 CD called Fault Lines .. He feels that music often reflects the psychological or emotional state of the musician at a particular point in time. Dana has been an ardent fan of free-style jazz for many years. He graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in music and spent some time touring, but with a young family to support, he put his music career on hold for a while to get a degree from William and Mary Law School. Today he is both a top-notch musician and a very successful trusts and estates attorney. He opens up about his life and modern living .. Enjoy .. Click to listen.More on Dana - https://twitter.com/danafitzdrumsThanks for listening and tuning into yet another Neon Jazz interview .. where we give you a bit of insight into the finest players and minds around the world giving fans all that jazz ..  If you want to hear more interviews, go to Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino on the iTunes store, visit the YouTube Neon Jazz  Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/neonjazzkc, go The Home of Neon Jazz at  http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/ and for everything Joe Dimino related go to www.joedimino.com When you are there, you can donate to the Neon Jazz cause via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4 or through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neonjazzkc - Until next time .. enjoy the music my friends ..

Tuegather Podcast
June 28th, 2022 - Fault Lines or Pleasant Places

Tuegather Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 48:08


Fault Lines or Pleasant Places

This Is Nashville
Tennessee's 51-year life sentences

This Is Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 50:35


In Tennessee, anyone found guilty of first-degree murder is sentenced to a minimum 51-years in prison – even if they were under 18 at the time of the crime.  Al Jazeera's “Fault Lines” series recently released a documentary about Almeer Nance — a Knoxville man who received what is essentially a life sentence for felony murder in 1997. He was 16 when the crime happened and didn't pull the trigger.  Documentarian Jeremy Young joins us to talk about his work and Nance's case. Then we hear from Nance's family, a man who was incarcerated in Tennessee and sentencing reform advocates to learn where this sentence came from and how it disproportionately affects Black prisoners. Guests: Jeremy Young, documentarian Jameerial Johnson, daughter of Almeer Nance Rahim Buford, former insider and sentencing reform advocate Rev. Jeannie Alexander, co-founder and co-director of No Exceptions Prison Collective Dawn Deaner, director of Choosing Justice Initiative, former public defender for Davidson County

Divorcing Well
Abuse, Resilience, Strength and Healing with Shannelle Vogt

Divorcing Well

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 51:16


In the first episode of season 4 of the Divorcing Well podcast, I chat with the inspiring Shannelle Vogt who is the subject of the short documentary called Fault Lines. Shannelle shares her story of being a promising figure skater, and then Miss Canada, only to become involved in an abusive relationship that alienated her from her family and friends, and put her into a life of struggle and hardship. Shannelle shares how she overcame her challenges, left the relationship as a young mother, and began her journey of healing. You won't want to miss this beautiful and inspiring story.

The Takeaway
The Impact of Tennessee's 51 Year Mandatory Minimum Law

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 20:53


In 1996, 16-year-old Almeer Nance was an accomplice in an armed robbery in Knoxville, Tennessee during which 20-year-old Robert Manning shot and killed a worker. Despite the fact that Nance didn't commit the murder, he was convicted of felony murder and sentenced to a minimum of 51 years in prison under Tennessee's strict mandatory minimum laws. The other accomplice in the case, a white woman, only spent one year in prison for her involvement in the robbery. For "51 Years Behind Bars," a new documentary from Al Jazeera English's "Fault Lines," correspondent Josie Duffy Rice and producer Jeremy Young interviewed Nance and other people connected to his case to learn more about the consequences of his lengthy sentence. The Takeaway spoke with Josie Duffy Rice about this reporting and how it coincides with recent developments in juvenile sentencing.

The Takeaway
The Impact of Tennessee's 51 Year Mandatory Minimum Law

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 20:53


In 1996, 16-year-old Almeer Nance was an accomplice in an armed robbery in Knoxville, Tennessee during which 20-year-old Robert Manning shot and killed a worker. Despite the fact that Nance didn't commit the murder, he was convicted of felony murder and sentenced to a minimum of 51 years in prison under Tennessee's strict mandatory minimum laws. The other accomplice in the case, a white woman, only spent one year in prison for her involvement in the robbery. For "51 Years Behind Bars," a new documentary from Al Jazeera English's "Fault Lines," correspondent Josie Duffy Rice and producer Jeremy Young interviewed Nance and other people connected to his case to learn more about the consequences of his lengthy sentence. The Takeaway spoke with Josie Duffy Rice about this reporting and how it coincides with recent developments in juvenile sentencing.

Fault Lines
Episode 134: Exploring Boundaries with Taiwan, IPEF, and War Crimes

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 48:14


This week, Les, Jane, Scott, and Sarah discuss President Biden's articulation of the US policy in the event China invades Taiwan, the creation of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF), and the first Russian soldier convicted of war crimes. Was it truly a mistake on President Biden's part when he says that the U.S. would defend Taiwan if China were to invade? Will China engage in military activity against Taiwan in the next 2.5 years? Is IPEF significant? What are the implications of Ukraine convicting the first Russian solder of war crimes? These questions and more are answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines! Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. **Fault Lines Update** Fault Lines is taking a break for the rest of June. Join us in July for our limited and special summer series that will highlight the many serious human rights violations we are witnessing across the globe - from war crimes in Ukraine to new information coming out on China's treatment of the Uyghur. You don't want to miss this! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Between The Lines - ABC RN
U.S politics and fault lines. Diplomacy and grand Asia Pacific tours. Congestion and conflict in space.  

Between The Lines - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 54:06


Damien Cave, the New York Times bureau chief here in Australia considers the big fault lines that have led to deep and lasting divisions in US politics and society. Richard McGregor reviews the grand tours by the U.S President and the Chinese Foreign Minister through the Asia Pacific. It's crowded and anytime now a fight could break out but there's no sheriff in sight - which is why outer space is being compared to the wild west.

Fault Lines
Episode 133: On the Ground in Ukraine

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 21:41


Live from Western Ukraine, join NSI for a very important conversation with Fox News Correspondent Mike Tobin. Mike has been reporting on the war from Western Ukraine and has himself been impacted by Russian atrocities. How is this war different from other combat zones? How have Ukrainians strengthened their resolve to push back against Russia? These questions and more answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines. Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Astro Awani
Consider This: Raca relations where are the fault lines?

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 25:41


A report by Pusat KOMAS found politicians guilty of using racial rhetoric while campaigning in Melaka. Will we see more of the same in GE15? Tonight on #ConsiderThis, we speak to our guests about the latest Malaysia Racial Discrimination Report.

Fault Lines
Episode 132: Vikings Join NATO and Xi's IP Dilemma

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 38:12


This week, Les, Matt, Rob, and Carmen discuss Finland and Sweden's willingness to join NATO, the $40B assistance for Ukraine, and China's intellectual property theft. Did President Putin misjudge NATO's strength? Will the $40B assistance for Ukraine lead to a reordering of our domestic politics on national security issues? What does the intellectual property theft from Chinese government hackers have to say about China's economy? These questions and more are answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines!Be sure to join NSI for our next event with former Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, on Thursday, May 26 at 5 PM ET. Secretary Pompeo will share his insights on how the U.S. can maintain its leadership in an every evolving world. You can register for this event here. Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Sword & The Trowel
TS&TT: Allie Beth Stuckey | The Abortion Debate, Evangelical Fault Lines and Conviction to Stand

The Sword & The Trowel

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 22:36


Today on The Sword and The Trowel, Tom Ascol and Graham Gunden welcome guest Allie Beth Stuckey on the show to further discuss the abortion debate. They talk about the duty of Christians to engage with the culture and politics, Tim Keller, evangelical fault lines and how to courageously stand firm on the Word of God. Become a part of the F.A.M. and get a FREE signed copy of a Tom Ascol or Voddie Baucham book: https://press.founders.org/fam/ 2023 National Founders Conference: What is Man? | https://founders.org/2023conference/ Order: Brothers, We Are Not Plagiarists | https://press.founders.org/shop/brothers-we-are-not-plagiarists/ Apply for FREE at The Institute of Public Theology: https://www.instituteofpublictheology.org Founders Sermon Podcast Stream: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sermons-by-founders-ministries/id1613963681 Shop the Founders Press Store: https://press.founders.org/ The Institute of Public Theology: https://www.instituteofpublictheology.org/ Wield The Sword: https://founders.org/wieldthesword/ Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries.

Peaceful Political Revolution in America
Episode 12. Our Undemocratic Constitution with Sanford Levinson

Peaceful Political Revolution in America

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 63:18


Any serious discussion about a peaceful political revolution in America would be incomplete if it did not include a conversation with today's guest. Sandford Levinson holds the W. St. John Garwood and W. St. John Garwood, Jr. Centennial Chair in Law.  Previously a member of the Department of Politics at Princeton University, he is currently Professor of Government at the University of Texas in Austin. Levinson is the author of over 400 articles and book reviews as well as six books, including, Our Undemocratic Constitution; Framed: America's 51 Constitutions and the Crisis of Governance; and co-author of the graphic novel along with Cynthia Levinson of, Fault Lines in the Constitution. He has edited or co-edited several leading constitutional law casebooks, including; Processes of Constitutional Decision making; Responding to Imperfection; Constitutional Stupidities, Constitutional Tragedies; Legal Canons; and The Oxford Handbook on the United States Constitution. Levinson has taught law at Georgetown, Yale, Harvard, New York University, Boston University, as well as the Central European University in Budapest, Panthéon-Assas University, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, London, Auckland, and Melbourne. In 2001, he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.He has argued that the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution limits the government's authority to regulate private gun ownership. Levinson has called for term limits for Supreme Court justices along with a growing list of scholars across the ideological spectrum. He is also a vocal critic of the unitary executive and excessive presidential power. In the magazine Dissent, he argued that "constitutional dictators have become the American norm." He wrote an essay titled "The Decider Can Become a Dictator" in which he criticized a system which allows presidents to make dictatorial decisions of great consequence without providing ways to discipline those who display bad judgment. Levinson has criticized the Constitution for what he considers to be its numerous failings, including an inability to remove the President despite a lack of confidence by lawmakers and the public, the President's veto power as being "extraordinarily undemocratic", the difficulty of enacting Constitutional amendments through Article 5, and a lack of more representation in the Senate for highly populated states such as California. He has often called for a Second Constitutional Convention and the "wholesale revision of our nation's founding document."Levinson participates in a blog called Balkinization which focuses on constitutional, First Amendment, and other civil liberties issues, as well as a blog, called Our Undemocratic Constitution. With Jeffrey K. Tulis, he is co-editor of the Johns Hopkins Series in Constitutional Thought and also of a new series, Constitutional Thinking at the University Press of Kansas.  He received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Political Science Association in 2010. I began my quest for a genuine solution to the political dysfunction in the United States over ten years ago when I first opened the cover of his book, Framed. It has proven itself to be not only relevant today but required reading for anyone interested in addressing the failures and shortcomings of our uniquely undemocratic American Political system.

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman
1842 FBF: Mortgage Payment Factors & Inside Job, The 3rd Pillar & Fault Lines by IMF's Raghuram Rajan

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 38:27


Flashback Friday episode CW 1154 was released last March 20, 2019. Jason Hartman starts the show talking to in-house economist Thomas about the things that impact your mortgage payment when you first get your loan. Some of them are pretty obvious, but there are several things that stand out as uncommon. Then Jason talks with Raghuram Rajan, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India and former Chief Economist and Director of Research at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), about how community has been weakened, which has allowed competitive markets and governments to get out of balance. They also discuss what jobs will remain after automation takes off even more, mortgage rates and whether we're headed toward inflation or deflation. Key Takeaways: 3:16 What sorts of things impact your mortgage payment when you first receive your loan 5:19 There are some new credit scoring models that are becoming more prominent 10:03 If interest rates start to climb too high, adjustable rate mortgages might start making a comeback Raghuram Rajan Interview: 14:22 What the IMF is and how it differs from the World Bank 19:17 Massive technological change tends to hit an area and hurt before the benefits kick in later 22:28 After automation comes and takes many of the jobs, there will still be jobs that involve human interaction 27:48 Is Raghuram seeing inflation, deflation, stagflation or what in the coming years? 30:31 Are mortgage interest rates artificially low? 35:15 There's good deflation and bad deflation Websites: www.JasonHartman.com/Masters The Third Pillar: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind Raghuram Rajan at Chicago Booth School of Business     Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN https://twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI https://www.instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/   Learn More: https://www.jasonhartman.com/   Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free course: JasonHartman.com/Deals   Free White Paper on The Hartman Comparison Index™: https://www.hartmanindex.com/white-paper   Free Report on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand:  https://JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say?  http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee   Jason Hartman Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0qQ…   Real Estate News and Technology: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPSy…  

Such A Good Feeling
Fiona Bevan (Songwriter/Artist)

Such A Good Feeling

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 80:56


There are so many times I hear a song that I instantly fall in love with then find out it was written by Fiona Bevan. I describe her to people as 'magical' , her lyrics are poetry and her melodies are divine plus that truly angelic voice on her solo material is perfection. Here she talks about growing up in a house without pop music but finding inspiration in books and movies to forming a band and that moment when she called her friend Ed Sheeran to try a co-write which ended up being "Little Things" covered by One Direction a year later and one of their biggest and best records. From then on it's been a fine balance of writing with and for other artists including Steps, Aurora, Billie Marten , Claire Richards, Natalie Imbruglia and Kylie alongside releasing her own superb EP's and albums culminating in the current project "Faultlines" and "Revelations" which see Fiona producing herself and with breathtaking results. You can probably tell I absolutely adore her and I know you will too after listening to this episode - please do check out her songs and original material too especially "We Carry On" by Peter Greenwald which encapsulates beauty in a way rarely captured in a piece of music. Website https://fionabevan.co.uk Playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1EFIk3cz5XarjV?si=58c2b20c8da244ba

What Happens Next in 6 Minutes
The Fault Lines of Europe & Weaponizing Social Media

What Happens Next in 6 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 46:08 Very Popular


Host: Larry Bernstein. Guests are Robert Kaplan and Emerson T. Brooking.

Fault Lines
Episode 130: Sending the Right Signal: Ukraine, Japan and New Zealand

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 41:23


This week, Les, Sarah, Charles, and Heather discuss House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi's visit with Ukraine's President Zelensky, the $33B in aid that President Biden is requesting, and the new intelligence sharing agreement between New Zealand and Japan. What does it mean for Speaker Pelosi to visit President Zelensky? Will the $33B in aid sustain Ukraine? What does the agreement between New Zealand and Japan mean to the United States? Is it related to China's new friend, the Solomon Islands? These questions and more are answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines! Join NSI for our next event on Tuesday, May 10 with former Congressman and CIA Officer, Will Hurd to discuss his new book, American Reboot: An Idealist's Guide to Getting Big Things Done. Will Hurd will share how his approach of “pragmatic idealism” can offer Americans a fresh start to a country mired in political divides and internal strife. You can register here. Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Frames Per Second
Snowfall - "Fault Lines" (S5, E10)

Frames Per Second

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 73:27 Very Popular


FPS "Snowfall" Summary - In this episode, we conclude our weekly recaps of the hit FX series "Snowfall". We discussed how we wish more episodes this season were like the finale, how depressing it was to see Franklin and Louie's relationship turn bad, and we debate on who screwed over Franklin more this season...Louie or Teddy? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Q&E Podcast
Snowfall: Season 5, Episode 10 "Fault Lines" Recap

Q&E Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 49:23


In this episode of the Q&E Podcast, we recap Episode 10 of Season 5 for the hit FX series Snowfall. We dive into the biggest plot points of the episode: Cissy & Franklin, Why Did Louie let Franklin Go & The KGB/DEA Takeover along with much more! Follow Our Social Media: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/QEPodcast1 IG: https://www.instagram.com/qandepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/qepodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/QEPodcast Email us questions: qandepodcast@gmail.com

Ideas of India
Barkha Dutt on the Humans of COVID

Ideas of India

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 73:25


Take the listener survey In this episode, Shruti speaks with Barkha Dutt about her new book, “To Hell and Back: Humans of COVID.” They discuss the tragedies of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, the failures of the Indian state, the stories of Indian migrant workers, the decline of cable news and much more. Dutt is an Indian television journalist, author and owner of the YouTube news channel Mojo Story. She is an opinion columnist with The Hindustan Times and The Washington Post. Her previous book is “This Unquiet Land: Stories from India's Fault Lines.” Full transcript of this episode Follow Ideas of India on Twitter Follow Shruti on Twitter Follow Barkha on Twitter

Fault Lines
Episode 129: Is India the Linchpin of the Evolving World Order?

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 42:07


Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, attention quickly turned to India to determine whether it would condemn the attack and support western sanctions. This week, we are joined by Jeff Smith, a research fellow at Heritage's Asian Studies Center with a focus on South Asia, for a deep dive on U.S.-India relationship in light of the war in Ukraine and China's growing threat. How did India develop its longstanding relationship with Russia? What does the war and the “no limits” partnership with China mean for that historical partnership? How can the U.S. continue to strengthen its relationship with India and how should the U.S. think about India's position in the democratic world? These questions and more are addressed on this week's episode of Fault Lines. Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

SnowSchool
SnowSchool- Snowfall Season Finale- Fault Lines

SnowSchool

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 38:05


Took a week off to let everything digest from episode 9-10. But class is back in session , tap in with Big Jeff and Spike Lou as they recap the season finale titled Fault Lines of the Fx Snowfall series. Keep this feed active , Spike Lou is going to keep the class going even though the episodes are off air. Stay Tapped in!!

A2D - From Addict to Disciple
#108 Fault Lines

A2D - From Addict to Disciple

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 13:13


In this episode we look at the emotional fault lines in our heart they may have come through trauma, betrayal, abuse, addiction, etc. We tend to deny our emotions thinking we're okay. But those emotions may be tremors warning us off a new earthquake coming along those old fault lines. Listen and hear how to survive that earthquake and what to do when the shaking stops. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a2d--from-addict-to-disci/support

Principle of Charity
Is More Immigration a Good or Bad Thing?

Principle of Charity

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 67:41


Immigration is such a hot topic. Our borders are, in a sense, our collective skin and the question of who we let in seems to activate our primal instincts. Who comes in can feel and can at times be dangerous. Yet we want new ideas, new brain and brawn-power to fuel our country. A larger population can bring greater economic growth and prosperity. And with fertility rates below replacement level in most wealthy countries, our population will decline without immigration. There's our sense of identity at stake as well – who are we as a nation? Are we defined through an ethnicity or particularly culture, as many nations today still are? Or do we define ourselves through our heritage, our stories, our values? The lens we bring to immigration often colours our reading of the facts. Do immigrants ‘take our jobs' or do they add to the pool of consumers and producers that make us bigger and more interesting? Are immigrants more likely to turn to crime, or are they in fact harder working than the local population? Will they join and grow the story of our nation, or will they remain foreign? But most importantly for this episode, how many immigrants can our natural environment and our infrastructure bear before the burden outweighs the benefits for the local population? And are these hard limits or can we invent and invest our way out of them? To help us through this, we have George Megalogenis and Bob Carr. George Megalogenis is a strong advocate for greater immigration. He's a journalist and author of five books including The Australian Moment which won the 2013 Prime Minister's Literary Award for Non-fiction and formed the basis for his three-part ABC documentary series Making Australia Great. George's other books include Faultlines, The Longest Decade, Australia's Second Chance, The Football Solution and Balancing Act.Former Foreign Affairs Minister and the longest continuously serving Premier of New South Wales, Bob Carr, is an author of multiple books and is currently Professor of Climate and Business at the Institute of Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology Sydney. He is outspoken in his concerns for the environmental limits of immigrationMonday, 9 August 20216:30 PM~~ You can be part of the discussion @PofCharity on Twitter, @PrincipleofCharity on Facebook and @PrincipleofCharityPodcast on Instagram. Your hosts are Lloyd Vogelman and Emile Sherman. Find Lloyd @LloydVogelman on Linked in Find Emile @EmileSherman on Linked In and Twitter. This Podcast is Produced by Jonah Primo and Bronwen Reid Find Jonah @JonahPrimomusic on Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Indiana University News
Assessing substance use disorder, and new fault lines

Indiana University News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 5:00


IU School of Medicine researchers develop an online assessment tool for substance use disorder, and IU geologists discover a possible new fault line in southern Indiana.

DJ Blaze Radio Show Podcast
Snowfall Season 5 Episode 10: Fault Lines

DJ Blaze Radio Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 1:03


On this episode Cain (@_hennessyblacc) and B-Eazy (@preacher_bp) discuss the season 5 finale of Snowfall entitled Fault Lines. Email: djblazeshow@gmail.com Call us up and let us know what you think 404-436-2370

Grams of Snow
Snowfall - S5, E10 [Fault Lines]

Grams of Snow

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 131:02


Franklin Saint just reached the final level ladies and gentlemen. He's got the GLOW! We are in the semi-finals; Teddy & Louie/Jerome vs. Franklin & the KGB. - Documentary Treezy referenced about 'the real Ana': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaaKLjEXfVg - Time Stamps: 13:02 - Weigh In 16:56 - Break Down 1:50:16 - RICO Awards 1:59:51 - Jay-Z Has a Rhyme for That Opening song, "The Glow" by Willie Hutch - Produced & Recorded By: Tremayne "Treezy" Johnson Presented By: On-Ear Network Follow Us: Twitter - @GramsOfSnow IG - @GramsOfSnowPod

The Talking Chit Podcast
SNOWFALL RECAP SHOW | SEASON 5 | FINALE - FAULT LINES

The Talking Chit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 62:17


Breaking down season five finale “Fault Lines” with Co-host Terrance Robinson. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talkingchitpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkingchitpodcast/support

Ali'ciaShanise
Snowfall (Recap) season 5 episode 10 Season Finale (Fault Lines)

Ali'ciaShanise

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 52:07


Today's episode was a recap and review of FX original tv show series Snowfall season 5 episode 10 Season Finale. You can catch all episodes on Hulu. Hope you enjoy and Thank you for your support ❤️

Fault Lines
Overton Windows & Lockdown

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 39:00


This week, Les, Scott, Andy, and Carmen discuss the possible use of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and the draconian lockdowns happening in Shanghai. Would the U.S. become more involved in Ukraine if Russia use a tactical nuclear weapon? Is Biden's administration usage of strategic ambiguity different from previous administrations? How do the lockdowns in Shanghai impact Xi's upcoming election in the fall? These questions and more are answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines! Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Quick Book Reviews
154 - Charlotte Duckworth, Helen Paris & 5 books.

Quick Book Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 42:05


I interview Charlotte Duckworth about her latest book “The Sanctuary” and feature Helen Paris author of “Lost Property” in the new 5 IN 5 Feature. I also review “City On Fire” by Dom Winslow, “The Joy of Small Things” by Hannah Jane Parkinson and “Faultlines” by Doug Johnstone. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fault Lines
Episode 126: Ukraine, Cyber Threats and Wither Honiara?

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 29:44


This week, Les, Sarah, Harold, and Matthew discuss the most recent atrocities revealed in Ukraine, the warning from Biden's administration on a potential cyber war, and the leaked agreement between Solomon Islands and China. Will the recent uncovered atrocities force China to take a stance against Russia's invasion? How can the U.S. increase its cyber posture as a nation? Why is the Solomon Islands important to the U.S.? These questions and more are answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines! Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Let the Bird Fly!
Wingin' It 181.1: Life after Luther (Part 61) – Fault Lines Crack (An Uncompromising Gospel)

Let the Bird Fly!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 47:23


In the SIXTY-FIRST session of our Wingin' It series on the Life of Luther, Wade and Mike, begin to wrap stuff up with a new mini-series, Life after Luther. In this session they provide the framework for a broader discussion of the controversies that broke out after Luther's death, which were addressed in the Formula of Concord, the final Lutheran confession of the Book of Concord (the book containing the Lutheran Confessions). As an outline, they use Wade's book, An Uncompromising Gospel, which will help guide discussion in the weeks to come. If you'd like to follow along in the book, you can find it here or here. Let the Bird Fly! is supported by the 1517 Podcast Network, which is part of 1517.org. If you haven't done so yet, stop over there and check out the other great podcasts in the network, as well as all of the other excellent content they offer. And as always, please subscribe, rate, and review us on the following sites and apps: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. You can also follow our Telegram Channel, where we post our new episodes as well as other content that we think you might enjoy. And, of course, share us with a friend or two! If you'd like to contact us we can be reached at podcast@LetTheBirdFly.com, or visit our website at www.LetTheBirdFly.com. Thanks for listening! Attributions for Music and Image used in this Episode: "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. “Not Drunk” by The Joy Drops is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International License. Image: "Portrait of Luther" by Lucas Cranach the Elder is in the Public Domain.

Fault Lines
Episode 125: Battlestar Galactica

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 28:14


In recent years, the far-fetched spaceship battles of sci-fi have become a much more likely reality. This week, we're joined by Collin Lee, Director, Frontiers at General Dynamics Mission Systems and VSI Visiting Fellow for a deep dive on the militarization of space.How do space and national security intersect? How has the US prepared for when space inevitably becomes a battlefield? Are we in a new space race? These questions and more are addressed on this week's episode of Fault Lines.Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe for more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fault Lines
Fault Lines 124: A Golden Bridge?

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 37:49


This week, Les, Carmen, Rob, and Megan continue their discussion on the ever developing situation on Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the Biden administration's executive order on crypto. How is the war going for President Putin? Does the Russian people look favorable on President Putin? Does the executive order signify the importance of crypto? These questions and more are answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines!Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. Note: This episode was recorded at 1:00 PM ET on March 21, 2022. The National Security Institute acknowledges that the situation in Ukraine is rapidly changing and that some of the conversation held may no longer be accurate. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Two Book Nerds Talking
TBNT S0518 | Book Chaser: Travel, Transience, and the Art of Mono no Aware

Two Book Nerds Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 67:23


We are back after a sudden two week break (it has been balls to walls busy for Honey) but huzzah! It's a book chaser where we discuss Emily Itami's sparking debut Fault Lines and Jessica Au's contemplative Cold Enough For Snow. There is honesty here with strong female voices, introspection of where you are in life, meditation, travel and a sense of place. You'd want to visit Tokyo and Kyoto after this because both books bring you on a journey, not only of a physical one but an internal one too. Come travel with us this week!

Strawberry Cough Podcast
Let's Watch LAW & ORDER S21 E4 Fault Lines

Strawberry Cough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 51:29


Available on Hulu, Peacock, and NBC. After a family court judge is murdered, Bernard and Cosgrove dig into the many grievances against him. When the DA's office is faced with unforeseen challenges, Maroun takes matters into her own hands to save the case.. Rate us, share us, become us! Feel free to contact us at strawberrycoughpodcast@gmail.com with questions, topics to discuss, and more.

Fault Lines
Episode 123: Crypto is Having a Moment

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 39:57


Crypto is having, as this week's guest puts it, a "moment of legitimacy". We're joined by Juan Zarate, Global Co-Managing Partner and Chief Strategy Officer at K2 Integrity, Chair of the Center on Economic and Financial Power at FDD, and former Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Adviser for Combating Terrorism for a deep dive on cryptocurrency.What role does crypto play in Russia's war on Ukraine? Could Russia's increased use of cryptocurrencies pose a threat to financial stability? What can Congress be doing? These questions and more are addressed on this week's episode of Fault Lines.Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe for more.For further reading on crypto, K2 Integrity, where Juan is the Global Co-Managing Partner and Chief Strategy Officer, recently published a policy alert, found here, on the risk global markets may face as Russian actors use virtual currencies to bypass sanctions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Grace Church Ministries Sermon Podcast
Fault Lines: Critical Race Theory

Grace Church Ministries Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 51:43


Voddie Baucham • Selected Scriptures • Sermon Notes (Video) • Shepherds' Conference

Shepherds' Conference Sermon Podcast
Fault Lines: Critical Race Theory

Shepherds' Conference Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 51:43


Voddie Baucham • Selected Scriptures • Sermon Notes (Video)

Fault Lines
Episode 122: Unspooling the Russian Invasion

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 38:06


This week, Les, Martha, Sarah, and Matt continues to discuss the ever-developing Russian invasion of Ukraine. How have Ukrainians thwarted President's Putin invasion? Should a no-fly zone be instituted? What are the implications of the ban on Russian oil imports? These questions and more are answered on the latest episode of Fault Lines! Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe for more. Note: This episode was recorded at 1:00 PM ET on March 8, 2022. The National Security Institute acknowledges that the situation is rapidly changing and that some of the conversation held may no longer be accurate. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Politics Weekly America
Ukraine exposes fault lines in Washington: Politics Weekly America

Politics Weekly America

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 23:52


Retired Lt Col Alexander Vindman testified in front of Congress that he heard Donald Trump ask President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate the Bidens. Trump was later impeached, and Vindman vilified by Republicans. In a week that saw President Biden give his State of the Union address, and Russia continue its invasion of Ukraine, Jonathan Freedland speaks to Vindman about his thoughts on how this war is informing the actions of American lawmakers

Fault Lines
Episode 121: What's New Cyber Cat?

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 23:44


Against the backdrop of the continued Russian invasion of Ukraine, Megan Stifel, NSI Visiting Fellow and Chief Strategy Officer at the Institute for Security and Technology, addresses the cyberattacks that have played a role in Russia's efforts. How has Ukraine fended off the cyber attacks? Has collaboration between the U.S. and Ukraine been successful? We then pivot to last week's news that the Department of Justice is ending the China Initiative. How frequent were the cases of false convictions and racial discrimination that drove the DoJ to end the initiative? Does ending the initiative change the work the DoJ is doing? Will the DoJ's focus shift given the violence in Ukraine? These questions and more are addressed on this week's episode of Fault Lines.Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe for more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.