During this, the longest summer in the history of the world, we await the denouement of this great American experiment in Democracy. Also, on this episode, we answer the VERY impordant question, who the eff shot JR, anyway? JR Ewing, by-the-by, suffered from “Narcissistic Personality Disorder,” an incurable disease articulated in the fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Our host has it on good authority that the DSM IV was secretly authored by Kelly Ann Conway's soon to be former x- husband, George Conway. George also diagnosed Trumpie with the same disease, years ago! Can you believe it? Also covered in this episode, Trumpie's abnormal chode and “yeti pubes,” per the author of that incredible piece of American literature, “Full Disclosure,” Stormy Daniels. And, FUPA's and gunts. (we blame @JoJoFromJerz for the FUPA reference!) On this episode, Midge celebrates (and we poke) her fellow deplorables: Jim Jordan, Madison Cawthorn, Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell, Donald J. Trump, Marjorie Taylor Greene, MAGA's (in general), GOP, Kevin McCarthy, THORN IN THE USA is brought to you by a group of bleeding-heart liberal scoundrels who can see that the former king is totally naked, but cannot understand why people like Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell, and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy continue to INSIST he's is fully clothed and decent. If you enjoyed this episode, please send your support behind Marcus Flowersfor Congress in the great state of Georgia! Engineering and Sound Design by the infinitely talented @DJBrianVasquezPodArt by the ENDLESSLY talented Jennifer Dahbura
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv AOC suggests Texas Gov. Abbott should retire after transporting migrants to Washington DC Queens lying in state China blocked from Westminster Hall US midterms 2022 Tracking Trumps extraordinary endorsement spree U.S. expects months of intense fighting in Ukraine Russia war Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping An increasingly unequal relationship King Charles and Camilla makes first visit to Wales as they complete tour of UK nations Line to see The Queens coffin at Londons Westminster Hall reaches 14 hour wait At least 440 graves found at Izium burial site, Ukraine says Strike averted Biden hails railroad labor deal as Amtrak works to restore service Raymond Dearie Who is the special master reviewing seized Trump files USC dean to plead guilty in Ridley Thomas case KTLA 5 Cardi B Rapper pleads guilty to strip club assault charges Bigger breakfasts better for controlling appetite, study suggests Which of his many homes will King Charles live in Special master named in Trumps Florida files case Reuters Migrants flown to Marthas Vineyard by Florida governor say they were misled Ukraine war Mass grave found in liberated Izyum city officials George Conway reacts to Trumps comments saying there will be big problems if hes indicted CNN Video Raymond Dearie Special master named to oversee Donald Trump Florida files
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv U.S. expects months of intense fighting in Ukraine Russia war Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping An increasingly unequal relationship Special master named in Trumps Florida files case Reuters US midterms 2022 Tracking Trumps extraordinary endorsement spree King Charles and Camilla makes first visit to Wales as they complete tour of UK nations AOC suggests Texas Gov. Abbott should retire after transporting migrants to Washington DC Migrants flown to Marthas Vineyard by Florida governor say they were misled Cardi B Rapper pleads guilty to strip club assault charges Line to see The Queens coffin at Londons Westminster Hall reaches 14 hour wait Queens lying in state China blocked from Westminster Hall Raymond Dearie Who is the special master reviewing seized Trump files Ukraine war Mass grave found in liberated Izyum city officials Strike averted Biden hails railroad labor deal as Amtrak works to restore service Which of his many homes will King Charles live in USC dean to plead guilty in Ridley Thomas case KTLA 5 George Conway reacts to Trumps comments saying there will be big problems if hes indicted CNN Video Bigger breakfasts better for controlling appetite, study suggests At least 440 graves found at Izium burial site, Ukraine says Raymond Dearie Special master named to oversee Donald Trump Florida files
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Raymond Dearie Who is the special master reviewing seized Trump files George Conway reacts to Trumps comments saying there will be big problems if hes indicted CNN Video At least 440 graves found at Izium burial site, Ukraine says AOC suggests Texas Gov. Abbott should retire after transporting migrants to Washington DC Raymond Dearie Special master named to oversee Donald Trump Florida files King Charles and Camilla makes first visit to Wales as they complete tour of UK nations Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping An increasingly unequal relationship U.S. expects months of intense fighting in Ukraine Russia war Line to see The Queens coffin at Londons Westminster Hall reaches 14 hour wait Cardi B Rapper pleads guilty to strip club assault charges Migrants flown to Marthas Vineyard by Florida governor say they were misled US midterms 2022 Tracking Trumps extraordinary endorsement spree Special master named in Trumps Florida files case Reuters USC dean to plead guilty in Ridley Thomas case KTLA 5 Strike averted Biden hails railroad labor deal as Amtrak works to restore service Ukraine war Mass grave found in liberated Izyum city officials Which of his many homes will King Charles live in Bigger breakfasts better for controlling appetite, study suggests Queens lying in state China blocked from Westminster Hall
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Raymond Dearie Special master named to oversee Donald Trump Florida files Ukraine war Mass grave found in liberated Izyum city officials AOC suggests Texas Gov. Abbott should retire after transporting migrants to Washington DC Raymond Dearie Who is the special master reviewing seized Trump files King Charles and Camilla makes first visit to Wales as they complete tour of UK nations Strike averted Biden hails railroad labor deal as Amtrak works to restore service George Conway reacts to Trumps comments saying there will be big problems if hes indicted CNN Video Cardi B Rapper pleads guilty to strip club assault charges Special master named in Trumps Florida files case Reuters U.S. expects months of intense fighting in Ukraine Russia war Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping An increasingly unequal relationship At least 440 graves found at Izium burial site, Ukraine says USC dean to plead guilty in Ridley Thomas case KTLA 5 Line to see The Queens coffin at Londons Westminster Hall reaches 14 hour wait Queens lying in state China blocked from Westminster Hall Migrants flown to Marthas Vineyard by Florida governor say they were misled Which of his many homes will King Charles live in Bigger breakfasts better for controlling appetite, study suggests US midterms 2022 Tracking Trumps extraordinary endorsement spree
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukrainian forces have recaptured more than 2,300 square miles in the east and south of the country. A senior U.S. military official says the Russians have “largely ceded their gains to the Ukrainians” in the Kharkiv region. CNN Senior International Correspondent Sam Kiley is on the ground near Kharkiv and is visiting one of the liberated villages. He gives AC360 an update on what he's been hearing on the ground. Plus, the Justice Department has subpoenaed more than 30 people in former President Trump's orbit in its January 6 investigation. Conservative lawyer George Conway tells AC360 what he thinks the subpoenas could signal about the DOJ probe.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
CNN learns Trump's inner circle is trying to convince him to release the surveillance video of FBI agents executing the search warrant at Mar-a-Lago. Eric Trump teased a release during a Fox News interview, but is it just a political ploy, and could it backfire? CNN Chief White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins joins to discuss. Former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani appeared for six-hours in front of the Georgia grand jury investigating 2020 election interference in the state. Conservative lawyer George Conway tells Don how serious the legal issues Giuliani is facing are.Liz Cheney looks ahead to her bigger political future with a possible 2024 presidential run after losing her House seat in the 2022 Wyoming primary to Trump-backed candidate Harriet Hagemen in a sure sign of the former president's tightening grip on the GOP. Plus, extreme drought exposes more human remains in Lake Mead, and the Texas School District removes 41 books from libraries, pending review.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Guests: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, George Conway, Steve Kornacki, Robert DraperJoe Biden spikes the ball and signs a bill. Tonight: Actual reason for hope and optimism as a historic climate and healthcare bill becomes law. Then, Team Trump sets its sights on confidential sources. I'll talk to George Conway on the fight over unsealing the FBI affidavit. Plus. Robert Draper on the anti-democratic forces advancing state by state. And Steve Kornacki at the big board for election night in America.
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses Liz Cheney's primary defeat and political future. Plus, Sarah Palin heads to a runoff for Alaska's congressional seat, Giuliani testifies in Georgia, Trump's new legal troubles, more Mar-a-Lago search details, election deniers' success in the midterms, and Fetterman's latest dig at Oz.Joined by: Mike Murphy, Jonathan Lemire, Rick Wilson, Mara Gay, Asha Rangappa, Harry Litman, George Conway, Carol Lee, Rep. Jim Himes, Alexi McCammond, Matt Dowd, and David Plouffe
Rudy Giuliani has been told by prosecutors that he is a target in the Georgia 2020 presidential election probe. A grand jury is investigating whether former President Trump and his allies violated the law in their efforts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia. Conservative lawyer George Conway tells Anderson Cooper he thinks Giuliani is in “deep trouble.” Plus, Republican Rep. Liz Cheney is facing a tough primary contest in Wyoming after she voted to impeach the former President following the January 6 attack on the Capitol. CNN Chief National Affairs Correspondent Jeff Zeleny joins AC360 from Jackson, Wyoming after talking with voters.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
CNN has learned that some DOJ officials feel that the department should give a public statement about the search of Mar-a-Lago, former President Trump's resort and home. Conservative lawyer George Conway tells AC360 he doesn't think they need to say anything more than what “their procedures are and what their processes are generally for the issuance of search warrants.” Plus, Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders joins AC360 to discuss the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act and why he ultimately decided to support it.Airdate: August 10, 2022Guests: George Conway, Sen. Bernie Sanders.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Kellyanne Conway var en av anledningarna till att Trump blev president 2016. USA-kännaren Andreas Utterström har läst hennes nya bok. En berättelse inifrån Vita huset under en turbulent tid, men också om relationen till sin make, anti-trumparen George Conway.
Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Joshua Green, Ian Bassin, Danya Perry, Sarah Longwell, Miles Taylor, Paul Butler, Kyle Cheney, Al Franken, George ConwayThe January Sixth committee's most damning hearing yet. Tonight: Congressman Jamie Raskin on what we learned last night—and what comes next. Then, Steve Bannon is found guilty of contempt of Congress. Plus, new research suggesting the January 6th hearings may be sinking in with Trump supporters. New details on the criminal investigation of the Secret Service. And former Senator Al Franken on Josh Hawley's sprint to safety. Plus, George Conway on the DOJ, Steve Bannon and more.
The Department of Homeland Security inspector general briefed the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol about the Secret Service erasing text messages from the day of the insurrection and the day before. Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren is a member of the committee. She tells Anderson Cooper if the explanation of the missing texts makes any more sense after the meeting. Plus, conservative attorney George Conway joins AC360 to discuss the possibility of Trump running for President again in 2024 and what will happen if he announces before midterms. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Lawyer and pollster Kellyanne Conway was thrust into the spotlight when she became presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign manager, and after a successful campaign, Senior Counselor to the President. In this episode of Watching America, Conway discusses new memoir, “Here's the Deal.” In the book, she says working for Trump was “the wildest adventure of my life.”
The House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol held its third public hearing and focused on former President Trump's efforts to pressure former Vice President Pence to stand in the way of certifying the 2020 election. The committee revealed that Trump was told repeatedly that his plan for Pence to overturn the election was illegal but he tried to do it anyway. Conservative lawyer George Conway tells Anderson Cooper whether he thinks the Justice Department could find the former President criminally liable for his actions. The committee also said that on January 6 there was just "40 feet between the Vice President and the mob." Carol Leonnig is a national investigative reporter for the Washington Post and has reported extensively on Pence and his safety during the insurrection. She joins AC360 to discuss the details the committee laid out about how close the Vice President, his family and his aides were to real danger. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Host Reed Galen is joined by George Conway, Attorney and Contributing Columnist for The Washington Post. They discuss the legal implications of January 6th, the prosecutions that could ultimately come as a result of the case being built by the House Select Committee on January 6th, and what would Donald Trump's motivations be to seek the Oval Office once again.
Guests: Ryan Reilly, Danya Perry, George Conway, Rep. Adam Schiff, Parker MolloyA blueprint for the attack on the Capitol. Tonight: The new document from the Proud Boys detailing their plan for January 6. Then, how one of the rioters got a tour of the Capitol from a Republican congressman the day before the insurrection. Plus, the planned hearing tomorrow focusing on Vice President Mike Pence. And the real-life consequences of the big lie on a local election in New Mexico.
First, Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy tells Jake the Senate is "closer than ever before" to passing new gun legislation but cautions, "Let's see if we land it." Next, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says the Biden administration is "committed" to reining in inflation and will "stick with it until we do." Then, former Republican Rep. Denver Riggleman predicts the upcoming January 6 committee hearings will be "concise," "exciting," and will "present this case in a very cogent way." This week's panel features Texas Democratic Congresswoman Veronica Escobar, CNN Political Commentator Scott Jennings, conservative lawyer George Conway and CNN Political Commentator Ashley Allison discussing what the bipartisan Senate group on gun control will be able to agree on and pass, as well as what the goal of the upcoming January 6 committee hearings should be. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Guests: Julia Ainsley, George Conway, Heidi Przybyla, David Wallace-WellsThe obscene blame game in Uvalde devolves again. Tonight: How law enforcement got it wrong when they blamed a teacher—and why this investigation remains so chaotic. Then, shocking new reporting on the Republican plan for Election Day chaos in a key battleground state. Plus, George Conway on the new memo a judge ruled was part of a criminal effort to overturn the election. And as Republicans gather to prepare to launch Benghazi style attacks on Joe Biden, how another one of their phony investigations just collapsed.
Mediaite editor in chief Aidan McLaughlin speaks with Kellyanne Conway, who served as senior counselor to former President Donald Trump and ran his successful 2016 campaign, about her new memoir, "Here's the Deal." McLaughlin and Conway discuss her time in the Trump administration, leaking and backbiting in his White House, the myth that the 2020 election was stolen, the Jan 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol, and living with George Conway.
As hundreds of reports gather for this weekend's White House Correspondents Dinner, there's one burning issue that remains a lively topic of discussion and debate. Will Donald Trump finally be indicted for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election? To address that question, we assembled an All-Star panel to dissect the complicated legal and political issues facing federal and state prosecutors and ultimately Attorney General Merrick Garland's Justice Department. Bob Woodward and Carol Leonnig of The Washington Post have both written books about Trump's efforts to cling to office, and New York litigator and longtime Republican George Conway has been one of Trump's most persistent legal critics. They spoke to us at a special taping before a live audience at Washington's Politics & Prose bookstore. It ended up being quite a lively conversion. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Madison Cawthorn has Republican leaders like Kevin McCarthy deathly afraid that people in his district will start asking him questions using words like “orgy” and “key bump.” Molly Jong-Fast and Andy Levy, The New Abnormal's unflappable (seriously—they're being forced to picture a debaucherous Louie Gohmert and Newt Gingrich) hosts, are ready to parse whether it's better or worse for him if Cawthorn's telling the truth. Also on this episode: George Conway, a lawyer and Washington Post contributor, explains why the 7-hour gap in Trump's White House phone logs may not be so much a conspiracy as good old-fashioned incompetence; and Jena Griswold, Colorado's secretary of state, breaks down the legislation she's pushing to keep election security tight—and why it's so “frightening” when the call, when it comes to voter fraud, comes from inside the house. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Guests: Jacqueline Alemany, Rep. Adam Schiff, Michael Schmidt, Sudarsan Raghavan, George ConwayNew reporting from the Washington Post that the Justice Department has widened the January 6th investigation beyond what we know. Tonight: Congressman Adam Schiff on what this expansion means, who the grand jury is talking to, and new reporting on the missing White House call logs. Then, George Conway on the ex-president's crimes and his slipping grip on the party. Plus, the backlash after Madison Cawthorn said his Republican colleagues invited him to orgies and used cocaine.And why Ukraine's president says his country is at a "turning point"—and what we know about what's actually happening on the ground in Kyiv.
Hillary and Tina cover Martha Mitchell and governor turned senator James Henry Hammond. Hillary's Story Martha Mitchell made a name for herself in Washington, DC by spilling political secrets. BUT when she discovers a Watergate connection to her husband, he tries to silence her. Tina's Story James Henry Hammond was an awful pro-slavery politician steeped in controversy. BUT when his diary is published nearly 100 years after his death, it adds even more shame to his already shameful legacy. 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Monday, February 21st, 2022 Today, a federal judge has rejected Trump's motions to dismiss 1/6 civil lawsuits finding they could establish a plausible conspiracy; ellipse rally organizer Katrina Peirson did NOT invoke her 5th amendment rights when testifying to the 1/6 committee; the National Archives has confirmed documents stolen by Trump and taken to Mar-a-Lago included classified information; a judge rules that Oath Keeper and charged seditious conspirator Stewart Rhodes must remain in pretrial custody; Epstein co-conspirator and model agent Jean-Luc Brunel was found hanged in his prison cell in an investigation into sex trafficking and raping minors; and Pence defends the RNC's January 6th resolution that called the attack on the Capitol legitimate political discourse; plus Allison and Dana deliver your Good News. Follow our guest: George Conway https://twitter.com/gtconway3d Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote https://twitter.com/dailybeanspod Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) Listener Survey: http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech/ Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at helixsleep.com/dailybeans To find your perfect sofa, check out allform.com/dailybeans. Allform is offering twenty percent off all orders for our listeners at allform.com/dailybeans
TRAITOR TUESDAY POPCORN EDITIONPROMOTED BOOK RECOMMENDhttps://www.amazon.com/Fires-War-Ukraines-Analyzing-Political/dp/3838215087From the Fires of War: Ukraine's Azov Movement and the Global Far Right (Analyzing Political Violence) Paperback – March 1, 2022 Michael Colborne (Author)From its roots in revolution and war, Ukraine's Azov movement has grown from a militia of fringe far-right figures and football hooligans fending off Russian-backed forces into a multi-pronged social movement that has become the envy of the global far right. In this first English-language book on the Azov movement, Michael Colborne explains how Azov came to be and continues to exploit Ukraine's fractured social and political situation―including the only ongoing war on European soil – to build one of the most ambitious and dangerous far-right movements in the world.PODCASTReal story behind the babushka battalions in the Ukraine, and the Azov Movement, as well as deceptive use iof the story on the internet propaganda websites. A report from Buzzfeed , and a new book on the subject are discussed.Dovetailing into the Terrorist Trucker situation, and a cache of guns that was recovered, and the hacking of the funding website bankrolling the Truckers reveals certain donors, who are millionaires and billionaires. One doing philanthropy for the homeless and then backing the truckers who attacked a homeless shelter, to the tune of $90,000 thus bring my theme of radicalization into play. Touching on Charlie Kirk, Eminem, and the halftime NFL show kerfuffle from both sides, and a lot of the angst expressed by the tender feelings of snow-flaky White Supremacists.History of going against white folks who dare to support black folks, and my warning that conflating what Eminem is doing as wrong, becasue Colin Kaepernick has been punished, and Eminem was white so he could get away with it, are wrong minded, due to the history of going against those who support the Black cause. Warning these statements are "iffy", and can actually be coming from propaganda on the other side.I then dive into the Trumplandia fails, of Melania Trump and Donald, trump, and excellent efforts my Mr. Conway himself, to shed light on the Orange Fuehrers accountants ditching him as a client, and also discuss Melania's non existent charity and high tea event, using in my opinion some of the 14 words. Also touching on Josh Hawleys first raised Jan 6th insurrection Mug. Which is kinda ranty. He wants it to be filled with lib tears. I express the fact that my eyes are in fact quite dry and refer to him as a pig, affectionately to roil him.I was going to cover a story about a Democratic Candidate and shooting incident, but becasue this was a live podcast, I had some information in the middle of that, which had me stating I would report on that after some other details were more clear.I do my usual wrap ups, after that.Translation to come laterThank you for supporting my Journalism#TPRBreakingNews #SupportliberalPodcasts #WomenWithScissorsBreaking news intro
The U.S. is closing its embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine as officials have warned Russia is “clearly advancing their ability to invade” and could launch an invasion as soon as this week. Steven Pifer is a former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine. He tells AC360 he takes the embassy closing as the U.S.'s assessment that there's a “real possibility the Russian military may go into Ukraine.” Plus, former President Trump's long-time accounting firm informed the Trump Organization that nearly 10 years' financial statements are unreliable and they would no longer be their accountants. Conservative lawyer George Conway joins AC360 to explain why he says this is “worse for him than getting impeached twice.” To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Guests: Ashley Parker, Luke Broadwater, George Conway, Josh Marshall, Catie Edmondson, Stephen MarcheTonight: New reporting that Donald Trump took material "clearly marked as classified" out of the White House. New questions about an unexplained gap in White House phone logs, and why Donald Trump's reported use of a White House toilet to flush documents could be a big problem in a criminal investigation. Then, a Republican's desperate attempt to survive after Trump endorsed her primary opponent. And how the Fox News channel is planning to do for truck protests what they did for the Tea Party.
Former Vice President Mike Pence called out his former boss by name on Friday, saying that "President (Donald) Trump is wrong" in claiming that Pence had the right to overturn the 2020 election on January 6, 2021. George Conway joins Anderson to discuss what Pence said and the future of the Republican party. And just four months after its debut, Wordle may be the hottest online game of 2022. It is so popular that The New York Times announced this week it bought Wordle from its creator, for an undisclosed price of at least a million dollars. Among those now devoted to the five-letter, six-attempt mystery: Monica Lewinsky. Anderson speaks with the Vanity Fair Contributing Editor and Producer who writes about her fascination with the game, in a new piece for the magazine, titled: "Why Wordle Is Our New Favorite Thing to Do in Bed in the Morning." To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
The hits keep on coming as new information shows Trump at the center of several plots to seize voting machines in a desperate attempt to cling to power. Will he unleash his mob into the streets to avoid prison? All this and more as Lincoln Project co-founder and Trump archnemesis George Conway joins Mea Culpa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Guests: George Conway, Joyce Vance, Nse Ufot, Angelo Carusone, Michelle Goldberg, Sam SederTonight: We now live in a world where the former president has admitted he tried to stage a coup. George Conway on what it means for the prosecutors investigating Trump. Then, the brazen takeover of an election board in Georgia where Republicans are unilaterally cancelling key voting days. Plus, how the pressure on Spotify has finally gotten a response from their biggest star. And as they turn vaccine resistors into celebrities, the brutal, tragic reality of the Fox News anti-vax advocacy.
George Conway joins this episode of The New Abnormal to address the possibility of a Mark Meadows indictment from Merrick Garland's DOJ, co-hosts Andy Levy and Molly Jong-Fast talk about why Newt Gingrich is ‘minutes away' from becoming the next Rudy Giuliani and Johann Hari, aka the guy who gave a viral TED Talk on rats and addiction, talks about his new book Stolen Focus and how getting stoned during work is actually more productive than answering emails during a task. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's episode of Behind the GRIND, I have a deep-dive conversation with George Conway II, where we discuss several mental health topics such as; The impact of COVID (loss and grief) Dealing with isolation The impact of constant change and uncertainty Black community - Is there still a stigma today about mental health How to identify the need for a counselor Children and Mental Health About the guest: George Conway began his career working with disadvantaged and at risk youth as a general education paraprofessional at a local urban Kdg-8th school in the City of Flint MI, shortly thereafter, he was re positioned to the special education department and begin servicing students with moderate to severe mental, emotional and behavioral impairments. Ultimately, Mr. Conway was promoted to Student Family Liaison, a position designed to identity and alleviate concerns and barriers between the school, students and their families that prevented students from achieving academic success. During that time, Mr. Conway pursued and completed a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan-Flint as well as his Master's Degree in Social Work from Eastern Michigan University, (concentration in family and children's services) Upon leaving, Mr. Conway secured employment as a Licensing Specialist for a private foster care organization partnered with the Michigan Department of Human Services. Mr. Conway then matriculated to the Michigan Department of Corrections as an Institutional Prison Chaplain for Inmates, before returning to education as School Social Worker (Oak Park School District) and finally the Flint Community School District. This combination of career experience fuels a family focused and centered dynamic that places the reconciliation of dysfunctional and estranged families at the primary focus of what we do here.at ReImage Collective. We offer multiple options including individual and group therapy sessions aimed at identifying, acknowledging, and alleviating familial breakdown caused by mental, emotional, behavioral and relational deficit. It is a primary goal to restore relational capacity within the spouse, significant other, parental-child and/or sibling relationship. Though we cater to a variety of individuals and groups with disabilities, impairments and deficits etc., FAMILY SERVICES are our primary area of expertise. Book: https://www.reimagecollective.com/product-page/good-grief Social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReImageCollective website: https://www.reimagecollective.com/ TikTok @reimagecollective --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Katie Benner, Harry Litman, George Conway, Tim KaineTonight: Congressman Adam Schiff on what his committee wants to know from Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Jenna Ellis and Boris Epshteyn. Plus, how Team Trump's campaign of lies laid the groundwork for an attempted coup. And George Conway on why he says prosecutors must start investigating Donald Trump. Then, the fight for voting rights finally begins on the senate floor. And the shocking report of a Supreme Court Justice and his refusal to wear a mask to protect his colleague.
Lawyer, Writer and Corgi Lover George Conway joins @DannyDeraney and @JoJofromJerz for Season 2 of our Shut Up Tabbouleh! Podcast. So grab some hummus and follow us on @ShutUpTabbouleh on Twitter and Facebook.
Have y'all seen Impeachment?? It's a quaint story about two young lovers, Monica and Bill..... We're 8 episodes in and this show has got us thinking. How far did the Clintons go to protect their status? Did Monica's wealth play a role? How amazing was Linda Tripp's plastic surgery? Are we any better on power dynamics and sexual assault nowadays (did you forget about Tara already)? Why didn't George Conway marry Ann Coulter? We have no clue but this show is definitely worth a watch! This episode is also a VIDEO! Help us get those watch hours up on our YouTube channel: The Banks Sisters Follow the Banks Sisters @Banks.Sisters on Instagram or @InsubordinateS5 on Twitter Follow Courtney @CourtneyBanks on Twitter and @TheCourtneyBanks on Instagram Follow Keisha @OneofTheseKeishas on Instagram and Twitter @OneofTheseKeis1 Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to This Is Bullsh*t on iTunes, Anchor.FM, Spotify or wherever you like to podcast! Since this is a crossover episode, be sure to check out our reality TV podcast "I Hope They Show Bravo in Hell" on iTunes, Anchor.FM, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts! Music: Downtown via www.Bensound.com and Outer Orbit by the Britemores Clips: Impeachment: American Crime Story | Someone Important - Official Trailer #2 | FX --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bravoinhell/message
Have y'all seen Impeachment?? It's a quaint story about two young lovers, Monica and Bill..... We're 8 episodes in and this show has got us thinking. How far did the Clintons go to protect their status? Did Monica's wealth play a role? How amazing was Linda Tripp's plastic surgery? Are we any better on power dynamics and sexual assault nowadays (did you forget about Tara already)? Why didn't George Conway marry Ann Coulter? We have no clue but this show is definitely worth a watch! This episode is also a VIDEO! Help us get those watch hours up on our YouTube channel: The Banks Sisters Follow the Banks Sisters @Banks.Sisters on Instagram or @InsubordinateS5 on Twitter Follow Courtney @CourtneyBanks on Twitter and @TheCourtneyBanks on Instagram Follow Keisha @OneofTheseKeishas on Instagram and Twitter @OneofTheseKeis1 Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to This Is Bullsh*t on iTunes, Anchor.FM, Spotify or wherever you like to podcast! Since this is a crossover episode, be sure to check out our reality TV podcast "I Hope They Show Bravo in Hell" on iTunes, Anchor.FM, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts! Music: Downtown via www.Bensound.com and Outer Orbit by the Britemores Clips: Impeachment: American Crime Story | Someone Important - Official Trailer #2 | FX --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/this-is-bullshit-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/this-is-bullshit-podcast/support
This week, The Business Communicators tackle the biggest headlines in the PR, branding and digital media world. The show begins by analyzing the downfall of The Lincoln Project, and Aunt Jemima's rebranding, finally retiring the racist stereotype that has adorned its label for decades. Then, Austin, Hattie and Thomas weigh in on why Instagram banned Robert Kennedy Jr. from the platform, and the emergence of Clubhouse, the upstart $1 billion social media platform taking the world by storm.First up, The Lincoln Project, a political Super PAC which raised more than $90 million ahead of the 2020 election, is under fire after co-founder John Weaver is alleged to have sexually harassed more than 20 men. What did the organization know and when? To make matters worse, it's speculated that the organization hacked co-founder Jennifer Horn's Twitter account last week after she stepped down from her role due to Weaver's "grotesque and inappropriate behavior." Can the organization be trusted moving forward, or are these communications and ethical failures the beginning of the end for the Super PAC?Then, although reinventing the company was a long-time coming, will the new look and image of the Pearl Milling Company resonate with consumers that are used to the previous image and name that sustained Aunt Jemima for over 100 years; or once the new packaging is on retail shelves will customers say “yum” or “yuk”, and will it mean that the Pearl Milling Company might get flattened by the competition? Next up, the Kennedy name is powerful, and it is also synonymous with controversy. Instagram has shut down Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s account for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. With more than 800,000 followers on Kennedy's account, Facebook, which owns Instagram, announced that it would flag or remove posts from users and groups that spread misinformation about vaccines. Spreading misinformation on social media is dangerous. Full stop. However, can are digital media companies taking censorship too far, and is their business model sustainable with a lack of moderation?Closing out the show, if you are a social media enthusiast like us, you're likely well-aware of Clubhouse, the invite-only social audio app, where everyone wants to be part of the club. Founded in March 2020 by Paul Davison and Rohan Seth, Clubhouse boasts more than six million weekly users and boasts a value of over $1 billion. Buoyed currently by a host of A-list celebrities including Elon Musk and Oprah Winfrey, Clubhouse's exclusivity, candid conversations, and the opportunity to share the stage is what currently makes it so alluring. Although Davison and Seth say Clubhouse was created for everyone, can the app maintain its appeal to user once it's open to all?Music Credit: Smoke (with Lostboycrow) -- FeatherConnect with The Business Communicators on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn, and find out more about our show at TheBusinessCommunicators.com. And, if you haven't done so already, be sure to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and leave us a five-star review. Questions or comments? Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or text “podcast” to (713) 360-0133.IABC Houston SponsorsDiamond Partner: Pierpont CommunicationsChapter Partner: Mykrantz & Co
In episode 4 we discuss several different things such as David Hogg and Mike Lindell's pillow fight, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the voting scandal at Michigan TCF Center, George Conway and a few surprise topics! Tune in to check them out and don't forget to share this podcast with your friends and family!
Support us on Patreon! News discussed: The Post Office is Fine (Youtube) OTOH, the thing we said was happening (no overtime causing backlogs) is actually happening Trump actually is (was?) blocking COVID relief funds for USPS The former vice chairman of the Postal Board of Governors testified that Steve Mnuchin is exercising substantial influence over the Post Office and using it for political purposes Postal unions say mail is still backing up severely Rand Paul accosted by protestors leaving the RNC David Frum on the Republican Platform Jacob Blake shot by police in Kenosha, WI CDC says people exposed to COVID don't need tests. Apparently due to pressure from the white house Chinese paper mill getting fake papers published Slatestarcodex - Against Tulip Subsidies Entirely of Scots Wikipedia was written by one American who doesn't speak Scots Hot Gossip! You can google it yourself Steve Bannon arrested by the Postal Service on a superyacht Jerry Falwell, Jr. has been getting cucked by the pool boy Kellyanne and George Conway quit their jobs after their 15yo daughter dragged them on Twitter Happy news! Elon Musk debuts neuralink using some adorable pigs Troop Deployments: Pop & Locke Podcast Nonviolent protests are more effective than violent ones Got something to say? Come chat with us on the Bayesian Conspiracy Discord or email us at email@example.com. Say something smart and we'll mention you on the next show! Follow us! RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/themindkiller Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mind-killer/id1507508029 Google: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Iqs7r7t6cdxw465zdulvwikhekm Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/vvcmifu6 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-mind-killer Intro/outro music: On Sale by Golden Duck Orchestra This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit mindkiller.substack.com/subscribe
(Originally Published December 10, 2019) This week Chris talks to Joy Behar of The View. Joy weighs in on politics and talks about what it was like interviewing Don Jr. Plus her thoughts on the relationship between Kelly Ann and George Conway. Chris also shares his thoughts on the so called "Prosperity Gospel" being preached by many Trump supporting Evangelicals.
Episode 62 is here. Matt and Storm are back in the studio to talk about the nationwide gun ban going on in New Zealand following the terrorist attack in Christchurch and how Democrats are embracing the move. They also talk about Beto "The Beta" and how his socialist policies make him a potentially formidable opponent. And the guys discuss the ongoing feud between Senior White House Advisor Kellyanne Conway's husband, "Whack Job' George Conway, and President Trump. Tune in!