Michael speaks with Miles Taylor and Former Congressman Joe Sestak about the new third party, Forward. They discuss what Forward is and isn't, how it will change the political landscape and the barriers of creating a successful third party. Michael, Miles and Joe also discuss the FBI search at Trump's Mar-a-Lago and why no one is above the law.If you like this podcast, share it with a friend or leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!
This week we find the crew of the Enterprise on their way to provide emergency medical help in the Rachelis System, however they encounter a medical mystery of their own. In this season 2 premiere we are introduced to Dr Katherine Pulaski, who finds her first task as the Enterprise's Chief Medical Officer isn't to stop a plague but to see Counselor Troi through a surprise pregnancy. Captain Picard and the rest of the Senior Staff do not handle it well, but all is not what it seems. Meanwhile, Wesley Crusher grapples with the decision whether to stay on the Enterprise or join his mother on Earth. He seeks guidance from another new crew member, Guinan, the new manager of 10 Forward. Will DeAnna have a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby? Will Wesley stay on the Enterprise? Will Riker get over himself? Will Pulaski and Picard hate each other? Is Guinan the smartest person on the ship? Will they make it to the plague ridden system to provide the help needed? Will Worf overreact and bring a security detail into the delivery room? All these questions and more will be answered on this week's episode of Hailing Frequencies Open.
On this episode of Gifts and Graces, we get to hear from John Purcell on how to leverage the pandemic to reach for your vision. John Purcell is the owner and principal consultant of Transform. This was originally recorded as a seminar at the 2021 General Assembly. Let's listen as John Purcell shares how we can leverage the pandemic to leap forwards your vision.
One of the barriers for well meaning white folks and BIPOC who want to see a better world is this belief in the inevitability of positive outcomes. Dr. Crystal Menzies When Dr. Menzies drops this pearl of insight into the latest Inclusive Life Podcast conversation with Nicole, Nicole names the “inevitability of positive outcomes” as “a uniquely U.S. American specific ‘cultural hiccup.'” The belief that it'll all work out in the end suggests a reality that doesn't comport with the history of revolutions. There's no one “out there” who is going to save us. Dr. Crystal Menzies is a Black educator who has been on a quest for liberatory co-collaborators. She didn't find them within the education system. She didn't find them in non-profits, even within those organizations with anti-racist mission statements and rhetoric. Her truth telling was met with vilification and ostracization, even from her allies. Ultimately her quest- motivated by a desire to share the story of Black resistance, genius, and joy with her students- led her to the history and living reality of Maroon communities. Maroon communities are communities of self-emancipated Africans, folks who escaped from enslavement and started their own free rebel Black communities living in resistance to white supremacy and chattle slavery. These communities, varying in size, are a historical and living example of how, as Dr. Menzies shares, “folks get their freedom and maintain their freedom when surrounded by an oppressive system.” Her study of Maroon cultures were the impetus for her current work, EmancipatEd, where the vision is to soak in the Black history of resistance, joy, and innovation to reimagine what is possible for Black communities. The work of EmancipatEd is done in collaboration with people who are (actually factually) from Maroon communities from Accompong, Jamaica, San Basilio de Palenque, in Colombia and Helvecia Bahia, Brazil. Nicole and Dr. Menzies discuss that it is with these communities of resistance (and antagonism!) that we find a path forward in a time when the arc desperately needs more bending. Rather than a trust in the inevitability of justice, In Maroon communities, there is a fundamental “by any means necessary” determination. Maroon communities, both those that survived and didn't, are rooted in self-defense, self-determination, and the building of alliances and community with like minded people. In Maroon communities, there is a unity of purpose upon which their survival depends. This unity doesn't imply agreement on all things. In fact, embedded in this unity is the understanding that there will be trade-offs and radical sacrifice: it's not going to be pretty. It's so important to know this history and these amazing humans, and Dr. Menzies is devoted to bringing Maroon stories to her Black students. These stories awaken these children and teens to their own freedom stories already unfolding in themselves, their families, and their communities. It helps them thrive outside the white gaze. When people believe the arc of justice is already bent, it keeps them complacent and believing that somewhere out there is someone who will get us across the finish line to justice and liberation. The stories from Maroon people tell a different story: that we must actively, tenaciously, by-all-means-necessary bend it ourselves. We hope you enjoy this conversation! If you'd like to know more about Maroon communities throughout the world, you can begin here, and also explore EmancipatEd Hidden History Cards. About Dr. Menzies: Crystal Menzies, PhD (she/her) is an educator of Black and Brown youth, a postdoctoral researcher studying cultural community wealth, and the founder of EmancipatED. A former culturally responsive teacher in urban schools, Crystal aspired to teach her students about ways of being and thinking that did not center whiteness. However, she quickly realized that it would take more than being a “good teacher” to dismantle the systems of oppression that led to the systemic violence she and her students experienced. In an effort to tell a more expansive story of the Black experience across the Diaspora that didn't perpetuate trauma narratives, Crystal traveled the globe to learn about the rich history of resistance and liberation movements that are often made invisible in our collective history books. Drawing on her Guyanese and African American roots, the legacy of Black educators, educational psychology, liberatory pedagogy, and African-Diasporan history, Crystal founded EmancipatED to uncover our hidden Black history. Through research-based educational products that center Black communities, Crystal hopes to create environments in which Black people, as a collective, can find joy, empowerment, and community through multi-generational learning. Her flagship product is an exploration kit that shares the stories of Maroon communities, which offers Black and Brown families a model for how to navigate as liberated beings within oppressive systems. She lives in the Bay Area (or the Yay area as she affectionately refers to it) and enjoys reading, Marvel movies, and daydreaming of Black Futures. Find Dr. Menzies: Website: EmancipatedEd IG: @emancipate_ed Tik Tok: @emancipate_ed
Today's episode is the Q&A segment from the Forward Event I attended in Las Vegas! I answered so many great questions from a wide range of topics. We discussed why I've never doubted myself in my career, why I am so high on humility, why I take the time to respond to DMs and comments, how I have created balance in my life, relating happiness to money, being grateful every step of your journey and much more! Enjoy! Let me know what you thought. Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter
Rep. Jason Smith has been the U.S. representative for Missouri's 8th congressional district since 2013. He will discuss the Inflation Reduction Act and how it will IMPACT Americans. Pro-life activist, Ryan Bomberger, is back on the Huckabee show to discuss the path FORWARD after the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade. Magician Craig Karges is an award-winning entertainer, a nationally recognized speaker, and an author. Don't miss his MAGICAL performance. Veteran and Purple Heart recipient, Richard Casper, OPENS UP about his organization CreatiVets. His mission is to EMPOWER wounded veterans to heal through the arts and music. Tommy Roe wrote most of the hit songs for which he is best known, such as "Dizzy" and "Sheila." He joins the Huckabee show to discuss his career, memoir, and to PERFORM his hit song "Dizzy." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Josh Hyman gives his predictions for the St. Louis Blues forward lines Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Alex starts by sharing some hioarious yet distrubing clips of some of the most cringe moments from CPAC Texas over the weekend. Then Alex goes over a new article in the Atlantic that is over 30,000 words and discusses new revelations about the Trump Administration's child separation policies on the southern border. The article is called An American Catastrophe by Caitlin Dickerson and through hundreds of interviews with Trump officials, she finds that these cruel policies were intentional and meant as scare tactics. Later, Alex discusses how the cap price on insulin was removed from the Inflation Reduction Act. In a vote of 57-43, the Senate Democrats could not get enough Republicans over the 60 vote threshold to avoid the filibuster. Finally, Alex discusses the Forward Party and whether it would work as a third party.
If I was sitting around a fire-pit and someone asked me what 3 things are most important to do to grow your practice....these are the 3 I'd share.To learn more about Dr. Jeff, his Pay it Forward mission, and coaching, visit www.mybigfishenterprises.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more nuggets of entrepreneurialism and motivation, follow us on Instagram @bigfish.enterprises and Facebook @BigFishEnterprises!
Deuce and Mo kick off the podcast talking about the Kings adding Bazemore and looking at the depth on the team (2:57), they catch up with Kings forward Chima Moneke about his journey in the NBA (16:06), why the NBA needs more villains (57:00) and KD's ultimatum to the Nets (1:06:00).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's episode is from the Forward Event in Las Vegas! I gave a keynote over the weekend discussing so many topics ranging from, why I want you to double down on content right now, following underpriced attention, building a sustainable content model, producing multiple pieces of content per day, supply and demand and much more! Enjoy! Let me know what you thought. Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter
Skye Perryman, CEO of Democracy Forward, talks us through the implications of Roe v Wade and its recent overturning. Outlawing abortion in several states, we discuss what the Supreme Court's ruling means for women, America, and Democracy.
Today, we're trying something new and sharing a special episode of the insightfully and joyfully Jewish podcast, A Bintel Brief. Check out their upcoming episode drop on September 15 that may or may not feature a short ad about us :) In this classic Jewish advice column from The Forward, two mothers dish on the dilemmas of Jewish-American life, identity, culture and politics. This episode is one of our favorites: in it, hosts Ginna Green and Lynn Harris help a grandmother distraught by the news that her daughter might not raise her granddaughter in a Jewish tradition. Tema Smith of 18Doors and Sharon Goldtzvik of Uprise join for a conversation about Jewish continuity. You can listen to A Bintel Brief at www.forward.com/a-bintel-brief-podcast/. Stay tuned for some awesome guests with such names as Rabbi Shlomo Litvin (volume 2), Sari Kopitknikoff, and Adiel Cohen. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twotalljewshow/support
The Inflation Reduction Act, if it passes this weekend, includes the biggest investment the U.S. has ever made to fight climate change. And guess who is one of its strongest supporters? Big Oil. Josiah Neeley from the R Street Institute chats with Boyd about what oil companies could gain from the law.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On August 20th, the Other Side Academy will host the Healing Utah Success Summit. The event aims to help individuals and families struggling with addiction and connect the community through love and unity. Other Side Academy Executive Director David Durocher gives details. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At least 10 people have been killed following Israeli airstrikes in Gaza today. What led up to the strike and what can the people of Israel expect in the hours and days ahead? University of Utah law professor Amos Guiora calls from Israel to tell us what he knows, what issues are driving the violence, and how the political situation in Israel is a factor in what's happening.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones will have to pay $4 million to the family of a boy killed in the Sandy Hook shooting, a tragedy he had called a hoax on the air. But he could still be forced to pay even more in damages. What is the latest on the trial, and what does it all mean for free speech and anti-harassment laws? ABC News Legal Analyst Royal Oaks breaks it all down.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the debate for the greatest overall NBA team ever assembled heats up with Andre & Evan taking on a match-up between the 2012 USA Olympic team (Kobe, Melo, Bron, KD...) vs the 1992 Dream Team (Jordan, Bird, Magic, Barkley). Its the ONE team with Michael Jeffrey Jordan that Andre decides to choose against (8:01), the guys also share thoughts on the nuances of player tampering (27:06), but not before they give tribute to one of the greatest to ever grace a basketball court, Bill Russell (1:00). Finally, Dallas Mavericks GM Nico Harrison joins the show to talk influences, his tenure at Nike, the decision to join Mavericks, his thoughts on Luka Doncic and the Mav's offseason additions and his philosophy on the game of basketball (35:04). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are The 1975 art rock? Was Elliott Smith's go-to tuning D Standard? Here are some of the topics that we go over in this episode: Who are The Sugarcubes? How old is Neil Young's "Harvest" LP? Can punk bassists use a Fender Jazz? Did grunge end up eclipsing most alternative music?
Base level humans are usually guided by the thought that they are the center of the universe (much like how children think). Culture level humans always need to be part of a group and are guided by the thought that the opposite group is often wrong. Next level humans understand that the common good is what matters and are constantly working for a healthy debate and a healthy integration. In this episode, Dr. Jade makes the distinction between the concept of Base, Culture, and Next Level Humans. This concept can be applied to many areas of life, including politics, and it's important to think about how our choices – and the people we vote for – are influenced by these three states. We shouldn't be avoiding talking about politics, and in this episode you will learn why and how we should be celebrating the existence of more voices in our society today. Tune in! Check out the Next Level Human sponsors! Visit com/hormones and use code NEXTLEVEL at check out for a discount on your first patient visit with Evolve! Connect with Dr. Jade Teta Website: www.jadeteta.com Instagram: @jadeteta
This is your WORT local news for Thursday, August 4.UW Madison employees pen an open letter calling for increased COVID protections,We look at what's going on with Attorney General Kaul's lawsuit against the state's abortion ban,The village of Belleville gets into hot water with closed-door meetings over the sale of an old library,And in the second half, Madison is facing a vet shortage, Gableman's legal fees begin to add up, and a look back at racial tensions in 1960s Milwaukee
The big news in our nation's capitol is that Senator Krysten Sinema from Arizona will vote for the Democrats' latest spending and green energy bill...as long as the parliamentarian gives the okay. Why does that matter, and will there be even more roadblocks ahead? James Wallner from the R Street Institute talks with Boyd about what it will take to get the Inflation Reduction Act across the finish line.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode of The Chris Cuomo Project, Chris explores how the media twists words to serve specific agendas. Andrew Yang, founder of the Forward Party, speaks with Chris about the failures of the two-party system, describes the purpose of his new third party, and shares his predictions for the 2024 presidential election. Subscribe and follow The Chris Cuomo Project on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube for new episodes every Thursday.
Leaders of Forward — the new national third party — think they have the answers to move us past our divisiveness and extremism. Gov. Christine Todd Whitman and Andrew Yang join Charlie Sykes to make the case for systemic change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Letting go is one of the hardest things for humans to learn how to do. I mean, let's face it - we want what we want. It's frustrating when we can't have it or don't get it. We have ideas of how we think things should be and we have an extremely hard time letting go of those ideas.In this episode, I talk about 7 ways you can practice letting go and surrendering to the flow of life.Have a listen!=== RESOURCES ===Want help letting go of what's holding you back so you can move FORWARD and live a life you REALLY love?Join me September 8-10 for RISE: The Live Retreat Experience where you'll RISE above your limits into what's possible for you in your life. You'll leave the retreat seeing things (and yourself) in a whole new way!!The retreat takes place in the gorgeous, serene countryside of Maryland, just 45-60 minutes from DC/Baltimore/Northern Virginia.I'd love to support you in getting unstuck and stepping into the life you deserve!For more information: https://www.kortneyrivard.com/retreatWelcome to the podcast! Here, you'll hear stories + inspiration about showing up in the world authentically and having the courage to create the life you want. I'm your host, Kortney Rivard - mom, "recovering engineer", lover of the outdoors & professional life coach. I help smart women just like YOU live happier lives full of purpose and joy by empowering them to love who they are, get unstuck, and take action toward creating the life they dream of. Thanks for tuning in! Visit https://www.kortneyrivard.com/lovelife to download a free guide on how to create a life you love!Support the show
Amy Errett is the founder and CEO of the fast-scaling Madison Reed hair color company and a partner of True Ventures. Featured in Forbes 50 over 50 last year, Amy has raised almost $200 million for Madison Reed, now on track to hit the $1bn revenue mark. Today we dig deep into what it takes for women founders to raise venture capital, why it's vital to trust your own gut instinct in business with a mix of “resilience and gratitude”, and her own journey scaling Madison Reed, as well as Olivia, Spectrem, and E*TRADE and investing in startups. Download Podopolo to get the video of this podcast, live streamed from Napa at Feast it Forward during the BottleRock music festival. Follow Wings of Inspired Business on Podopolo to keep the conversation going in the episode comments section and invite your friends to connect around podcasts recommended to you by what interests and inspires you.
As planners or just entrepreneurs in general, our own health and wellness can sometimes fall by the wayside. In this episode, I chat with event planner Kimberly Rhodes about how putting your wellness as a priority is a lot easier than you think. Kimberly dives into how small changes can lead to big impacts, both in your business life and personal life. So grab your coffee (and your water!) and lets talk it out. Topics Covered: Water, Water Back to Covid Movement is Medicine The Tools of Wellness Prioritizing Time Fitness Tips Traveling is Hard Feast and Famine Getting Over the Hump Forward is Forward
Starting in 1906, the editors of the Forward answered reader questions in a column called “A Bintel Brief,” Yiddish for “a bundle of letters.” Now, we're bringing Bintel into a new era. Welcome to Season 2 of “A Bintel Brief,” the Jewish advice podcast. In “Sick & Tired,” Lynn and Ginna hear from a COVID-cautious listener who contracted the virus at a family reunion from a relative who appears to have a more cavalier attitude toward the pandemic. She asks how to handle the resentment she feels toward the relative. Bintel responds with wisdom, humor, and tasteful advice.
Sebastian talks to Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow about the future of the MAGA movement, the state of the mainstream media, and the origins of Breitbart News.Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Powell said that moving forward "we think it's time to just go to a meeting by meeting basis." Translation: "Things might go even more off the rails at any time, so let's just play it by ear." Original Article: "The Fed Is Making It Up as It Goes, So It Ditched Forward Guidance" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.
NOTES: https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2022/07/31/pat-toomey-burn-pits-bill-sotu-vpx.cnn https://news.yahoo.com/jon-stewart-rallies-with-veterans-for-burn-pit-legislation-lowest-hanging-fruit-of-a-functioning-society-174705431.html https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/08/02/world/pelosi-taiwan https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/01/opinion/nancy-pelosi-taiwan-china.html https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/07/27/forward-party-new-centrist-third/
David de las Morenas is Boston-based personal trainer, certified strength coach, bestselling author, and the personality behind the widely popular How to Beast YouTube channel, which now boasts over 1.1 million subscribers. David's content is focused primarily around fitness and dating advice. Today's conversation centers on David's success as an internet personality and business owner, as well as his advice to those who are looking to create content and start their own online brand in our influencer-saturated world. A fan of Marcus Aurelius, he stays true to the philosophy of stoicism in both his personal and professional life. In fact, David attributes much of his success to his determination to stay grounded, collected, and introspective as challenges and opportunities continue to come his way. Finally, David shares his thoughts on the dating world and how things have changed for himself since getting engaged. He also talks about what he has done to keep his relationship with himself healthy now that he is committed to sharing life with his partner. Follow David @howtobeast Follow Chase @chase_chewning Key Highlights David reflects on what Marcus Aurelius and the stoic philosophy in general means to him and how he applies it in his day-to-day life. David shares how his biggest insecurity growing up caused him to struggle in the dating world. Once you have a romantic partner, how do you keep your relationship with yourself healthy and flourishing at the same time? David talks about how it feels to be a modern-day influencer and creative entrepreneur. In today's social media and content-saturated world, Chase and David agree that it's best for any creative to lean into the things that they are most passionate about. Episode resources: Save 20% on men's skin care with code EVERFORWARD at https://www.CalderaLab.com Save 20% on Morning Recovery with code FORWARD at https://www.MoreLabs.com Watch this on YouTube https://youtu.be/j3ozOhxKBYg Watch David on Don't Be Sour with Maxx Chewning https://youtu.be/0ERaB9sIHIY Edge Lifestyle
Donald Trump endorsed two people with the same first name. One of them won. Why? Dr. Oz was gifted a head start against a candidate who had a stroke. He went on vacation. The Forward Party is for people who hate both parties. And nothing else. We talk about it with Sarah Rumpf of Mediaite.
Christina kicks off Season 5 with Michelle, a full-time stepmom who strives to help others with their mindset, self-development, health and wellness. Michelle shares her story, struggles and insight into her unique situation of raising her stepdaughter after the passing of her mother. How does your own childhood impact your role as a stepmom? How can you heal while also supporting your stepkids? Listen in as they discuss how to shift your mindset, find gratitude and lean into your growth! Cheers to Season 5! About My Guest! Throughout her 10 years as a Massage Therapist and 8 years of doing self-development and mindset work, Michelle has learned that one of the best ways to adapt to our ever-changing lives is to just keep moving forward. Making one decision at a time, and taking one step at a time. Michelle is the host of The MUVE Forward Podcast, a Stepmom, partner and an investor. Speaking on topics such as mindset, self-development, health and wellness and more, Michelle is an energetic and positive force who radiates with a good vibes only mindset wherever she goes. So much more than a podcast!!! Instagram: @radicalstepmomspodcast Want to schedule a 1:1 session or become a Radical Member? Head to my website! www.radicalstepmomspodcast.com **This episode is sponsored by StepMom Magazine. Use discount code: Radical20 to save 20% ** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radicalstepmoms/message
Krystal and Saagar break down the Pelosi trip to Taiwan, Ukraine war developments, primary elections tonight, abortion referendum in Kansas, DeShaun Watson situation, anti-human social media, & the Forward Party freakout! To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and Spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-points-with-krystal-and-saagar/id1570045623 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Kbsy61zJSzPxNZZ3PKbXl Merch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/ Tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0E005CD6DBFF6D47 Watson Investigation: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/07/sports/football/deshaun-watson.html Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Subscribe to The Realignment on Supercast to support the show and access all of our bonus content: https://realignment.supercast.com/.REALIGNMENT NEWSLETTER: https://therealignment.substack.com/BOOKSHOP: https://bookshop.org/shop/therealignmentEmail us at: email@example.comSaagar and Marshall kick off The Realignment's new season by discussing Andrew Yang's new political party, America's political center-of-gravity, whether Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan in the face of CCP protest is a good idea, and more...