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Leader of the Bedonkohe Apache

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The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 2-7-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 101:53


Caffeinated shampoo. Fun with fake callers. Putting air in your tires in DC is an ordeal. Choose Your News. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

What's Our Verdict Movies
Geronimo: An American Legend (1993)

What's Our Verdict Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 43:17


The story of the Apache chief and his armed resistance to the U.S. Government's subjugation of his people.JJ has to play "older brother" and mediate the two belligerent younger siblings. Mattson just can't get on board with another of Alec's recommendations. Alec defends the film and questions Mattson's ability to discern good cinema.Support us:https://www.patreon.com/whatsourverdictEmail us: hosts@whatsourverdict.comFollow us:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatsourverdictTwitter: @whatsourverdictInstagram: @whatsourverdictYouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UC-K_E-ofs3b85BnoU4R6liAVisit us:www.whatsourverdict.com

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 2-6-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 95:35


Weekend recap. Choose Your News. Dennis Murphy fills in for Steve Buckhantz on sports. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 2-3-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 106:25


Unseen movie reviews. OJ Simpson's thoughts on Brady's retirement. Ryan the kid. Stupid radio jingles. Alice the Food Lady. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 2-2-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 101:17


Rock n Roll Hall of Fame nominees. The time Don was locked on a balcony in his underwear. All things GI Joe. Don Geronimo's Musical Oddities. Groundhog day. Choose Your News. Emails. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

Dermot & Dave
Dave's World: The History of Geronimo

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 4:05


This installment of Dave's World was inspired by none other than our Dermot. It involved Sean Reidy jumping from chairs and Dave recollecting the history of the famous Apache leader Geronimo.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 2-1-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 106:52


Guess the mystery artist. Recap of omelet day. Jehovah's witnesses. Someone is exercising in Crash's workout space. Choose Your News. Emails. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-31-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 103:19


Stump the Stupe Beatles edition. Man fakes death to see show attends his funeral. Choose Your News. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-30-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 99:30


Musical stylings of Mrs. Miller. Choose Your News. George Costanza VS George Santos. How to tell if user reviews are legit. Steve Buckhantz with sports. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-27-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 101:49


Don reviews movies he hasn't seen. Caley the kid gives us a high schooler's perspective of the world. Alice the food lady. Choose Your News. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-26-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 99:43


Don and Crash play the Uh game. Couples Day. Gorillas in the news. Aging rock stars. Choose Your News. 8:30 low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-25-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 93:45


Disc jockey who was fired on air in the 80s. Shauna Rae is a 22-year-old with condition that makes her look 8. Where exactly is the Shenandoah Valley? Emails. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-24-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 97:55


Don and Crash play I Like... Going to the theater vs movies at home. Choose Your News. Emails. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-23-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 103:46


Don tells the story of the way he once quit a job in Pittsburgh. People who wear shorts all year. Why is biscuits 'n gravy a food? Weekend recap. Choose Your News. Steve Buckhantz on sports. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-20-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 97:30


Unseen movie reviews. Ryan the kid with a high schooler's perspective on David Crosby, George Santos, and the NFL weekend. Alice the food lady. Emails. Choose Your News. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

Entrez dans l'Histoire
RÉCIT - Charette, "le Geronimo de la Vendée"

Entrez dans l'Histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 34:20


Charette est l'un des plus célèbres généraux vendéens, l'une des grandes figures de la Guerre de Vendée, cette terrible guerre civile qui a embrasé l'Ouest du pays pendant la Révolution française. Avec son grand panache blanc au chapeau, il était « le général des Brigands », l'homme le plus recherché de France, la bête noire de la République ! Pendant trois ans, il a tenu tête aux armées révolutionnaires, en commandant une meute de paysans en sabots. Napoléon voyait en lui « percer du génie ». Sa vie tient à a fois du roman d'aventure et de la tragédie. Ecoutez Entrez dans l'Histoire avec Lorànt Deutsch du 21 janvier 2023

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-19-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 93:08


Choose Your News. Callers sing for Killer Queen tix. Is This News? Fake Harry and the Queen. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcst - 1-18-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 95:06


Don and Crash discover the Dolly Parton song, Me and Little Andy. Choose Your News. Crash's 8th grade girlfriend, Ashley, calls the show. Doni Makes the Call. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-17-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 98:05


Weekend recap. Steve Buckhantz on sports. Young Morgan Freeman on Sesame Street. MLK statue in Boston. Crash doesn't hate the Prince Harry book. Choose Your News. Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

Ranking ‘76: The American West

Geronimo was just arrested. How will he respond? Retire? Farm? lets find out shall we?    Social Media To review the scores and the teams, visit our website site HERE Find us on Instagram HERE Find us on Facebook HERE Find us on Reddit HERE   Sourcing Geronimo by Robert Utley Cochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief by Edwin R Sweeney The Apache Wars by Paul Andrew Hutton Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown The Three-Cornered War by Megan Kate Nelson

Sexy Freedom Media Podcast
The Apache Way with Mr. Bob Stevens

Sexy Freedom Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 44:14


Ep#130 Join Host, Helen Edwards and special guest, Mr. Bob Stevens on the subject of the Apache language and the Apache Way. About our Guest, Mr. Bob Stevens. He is a San Carlos Apache tribal member, historian, culture specialist, traditional teacher of the Apache way of life and certified Apache language instructor. Born and raised on the San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona. 59 years young and Field Supervisor for the San Carlos Apache Tribes Language Preservation Program.You can find more on Mr. Stevens on his Facebook page: Bob Stevens or on the Facebook page: Apache Language Preservation. Thank you for all the continued support. Please leave us a review on iTunes, Spotify, or our Facebook Page: Sexy Freedom Media  You can also send us a note or review to SexyFreedomNow@gmail.com  Thank you for your gifts and financial support of this podcast through Venmo @SexyFreedomMedia  Sexy Freedom Media Podcast -Good vibes, Inspiration, true life, freedom of expression, and cool humans. Creator of Speaking Events, Workshops, Retreats, & Podcast. International Author: Nothing Sexier Than Freedom & Your Inner Evolution.  Find our #Podcast on YouTube, Spotify, and iTunes Hosts, Helen Edwards and January LiddellTo get your copy of the book, Nothing Sexier Than FreedomCLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION::https://linktr.ee/sexyfreedommediaSupport the show "Buy us a coffee"https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Helofajo...https://www.buymeacoffee.com/januarylidl**Want to start your own podcast? We love using Buzzsprout! Following the link in the show notes let's Buzzsprout know we sent you, gets you a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and helps support our show. https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1879136Support the show

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-13-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 99:58


Don learns Crash's real name. Unseen movie reviews. Crash is reading the Prince Harry book. Don picks the NFL pros. Caley the kid. Alice the food lady. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Choose Your News. Be sure to subscribe

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-12-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 95:21


Blender's 50 Worst songs of all time. Don and Crash play The First Time You Ever. Dead cow in a tracksuit. Choose Your News. Gwen Stefani is Japanese. Emails. Is This News? 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

Judo No Mi
What's it like to Compete in Judo Grand Slam Tokyo?

Judo No Mi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 53:45


Talk with Geronimo Saucedo about............ After recently competing in the judo Grand Slam tournament representing the United States of America at 90 kilograms Geronimo fills us in on some of the key players there were at this tournament. We also do a comparison of styles of judo techniques from different countries. For example Georgian and Mongolian power lifting techniques as opposed to Japanese having excellent efficiency and body control. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-11-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 94:50


Texas Testicle Festival. Disc jockeys in the news. Choose Your News. 8:30 Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-10-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 85:57


Don't eat your Christmas tree. Don hates roundabouts. The Commanders' season in 81 seconds. Crash's wife's doll looks like Dennis Murphy. Choose Your News. Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-9-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 97:41


Choose Your News. Baby boxes. Crash's drunken Beastie Boys' karaoke. Banned Tiny Toons episode. Steve Buckhantz on sports. Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-6-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 102:14


Unseen movie reviews. Teddy Bear News. Don picks the pros. Ryan the kid gives us the high schooler's perspective of the world. Julie Donaldson with your Washington Commanders' update. Alice the Food Lady. Choose Your News. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-5-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 90:49


Don and Crash play Have You Ever?. Shake N Bake blowout show. Louisiana Porn Hub. Choose Your News. Emails. Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-4-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 96:14


Don's Yellowstone recap. Dude blows fingers off with firecracker. Choose Your News. July Donaldson from the Washington Commanders. Steve Buckhantz on sports. Emails. Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 1-3-23

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 102:28


Don's returns from vacation. London Fletcher. Overtime With Coach Ron & Don. Choose Your News. Emails. Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

Ranking ‘76: The American West

Geronimo, a name that stuck fear into anyone in his path but how did he become a legend? in the episode we talk about his early life and what leads him to become the face of Apache resistance!   Social Media To review the scores and the teams, visit our website site HERE Find us on Instagram HERE Find us on Facebook HERE Find us on Reddit HERE   Sourcing Geronimo by Robert Utley Cochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief by Edwin R Sweeney The Apache Wars by Paul Andrew Hutton Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown The Three-Cornered War by Megan Kate Nelson

WE PLAY IT
WPI 2022_89 (GRADUATION--THE 89 CEREMONY)

WE PLAY IT

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 62:40


Cap and gown on right. The theme should always be on point. 1989 what a time. The party of all parties was thrown and went to. The playlist was a soundtrack that still resonates perfectly today. Best friends, parents are out of town, cold kegs, the hook up for the hard liquor was a success, and everything that could go down did go down and then some. No cell phones, no social media, no scrubz or crybabyz allowed becuz they don't even know, and if you weren't there then you'll never truly know. That's the way it used to be and still should be. Oh well! Everything sort of changes right? What a stupendous ceremony life is. WPI knows it and WPI plans on musically displaying this gift every chance they get. Get in here! The tunes are just right.... In this episode of We Play It Adui Yako (AY The Wide Nose Bandit) and BK (The Slick Back Turning Yo' Girl Into A Fountain and Scream'n Geronimo with a black cape on Diving Off Her Dresser directly into her GAP Crack....) repeat newness, creativity, enlightenment, originality, and truth all while keeping a perfect smile, a beautiful symmetry, and 2 souls that always will yell fuk you to the man. Alwayz! The amount of diversity in these song offerings could make the UN look racist if there were some kind of comparison. Real ish! The talent nosedives freely and smoothly with options of melody and rhythm. It's almost like they are getting paid or something. Enjoy the cutz and enjoy the always comfortable controversial insight of two men who see things so alike but also so very different. They play it for We Play It..... Featured Tracks: Horsegirl- Dirtbag Transformation (Still Dirty) Cola- At Pace Silversun Pickups- Dream at Tempo 050 Flores- Burning Photographs Dean Blunt- death drive freestyle Oxbow- Other People Torche- Healer Ivy Sole, Kingsley Ibeneche- Dangerous Mud Head- Hymn 21418 Fire-Toolz- Thick_flowy_glowy_sparkly_stingy....... Open Mike Eagle- For DOOM Tha God Fahim- Dark Lord Breadrick WPI/WePlayIt Recorded 11-23-22 at Gregory Arms Spotify Playlist "WPI 2022_89" #wpi #weplayit --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sai da Média - Podcast | Geronimo Theml
Como vencer a procrastinação pra sair de uma profissão que te faz infeliz|Podcast Sai da Média #132

Sai da Média - Podcast | Geronimo Theml

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 50:31


O Fim da Procrastinação: Descubra como vencer a procrastinação em até 60 dias para ter foco, disciplina e muito mais resultado com menos esforço. Treinamento Ao vivo, Online e 100% gratuito. Inscreva-se: https://geronimotheml.site/O-Fim-Da-Procrastinacao-YouTube → Quer receber uma publicação escrita pessoalmente por mim com uma estratégia semanal para você evoluir? Clica neste link e se inscreva no 3, 2, 1 AGORA!: https://geronimotheml.site/321-gt-yt → Loja do five: https://reserva.ink/lojadofive Você acredita que sucesso traz felicidade? Isso é um mito que faz com que a maioria esmagadora das pessoas fique eternamente esperando ter sucesso na expectativa de que, junto com o sucesso, virá a felicidade. Mas a verdade é justamente o oposto disso… ou seja, pessoas felizes têm muito mais sucesso! “Ah, Geronimo, fala sério…” Não poderia estar falando mais sério, Five! Esse é um dado científico de uma meta-análise feita por um pesquisador de Harvard. Eu não sei o que é sucesso para você, especificamente falando da sua vida profissional. Mas seguindo essa lógica de que pessoas felizes têm mais sucesso… se você está infeliz no seu trabalho, é justamente isso que pode estar impedindo você de ter sucesso. Só que se no seu mundo a felicidade só vem depois do sucesso, você adia a sua felicidade e fica em uma corrida sem fim em busca de um resultado impossível de alcançar. Você PROCRASTINA a sua felicidade e o seu sucesso. Entende o perigo disso? É por isso que se torna ainda mais relevante você saber o passo a passo para deixar um emprego que faz você infeliz, caso esse seja o seu caso. Então bora falar disso? É só conferir e episódio #132 do Podcast Sai da Média: Como vencer a procrastinação pra sair de uma profissão que te faz infeliz! ▶️ E se ainda não tiver assistido aos outros episódios do Podcast Sai da Média da série “Como vencer a procrastinação para…”, clica no link: https://geronimotheml.site/assista-agora-ytpl Me segue lá nas redes sociais: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geronimotheml/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/geronimo.theml/ #SaiDaMédia #RecuseAmediocridade #GeronimoTheml

Spirit of Time Podcast
Ep. 53- Watches x Philanthropy = Oris : SOTP Chats With VJ Geronimo

Spirit of Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 75:56


This is a good one, folks! We are joined by VJ Geronimo ( head of Oris in North America ) to talk about the role of watches in philanthropy, and the value of doing good. Oris is a leader in humanitarian and environmental social responsibility, and 2022 saw the release of Oris watches that support their pursuits in both of these philanthropic arenas: the "Wings of Hope" LE as well as the Aquis "New York Harbor" LE. Both of these pieces are pretty fantastic, in our humble opinion(s). We also discuss the brand's outreach and accessibility efforts, VJ's newfound appreciation for good brown booze, and our desperate desire for more Oris models in precious metals! We think you'll enjoy this one. Thanks for listening...

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,468 - Owner of Illegal Shroom House in Portland “Didn't Know Anything About Any Illegal Mushroom Sales,” Attorney Says

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 17:59


Two men accused of running an unlawful psychedelic mushroom storefront on West Burnside Street appeared in court this afternoon. They believed the business was legal, their attorneys said.“He said he didn't know anything about any illegal mushroom sales,” said Leland Berger, attorney for the shop's alleged owner, Steven Tachie Jr., 32.His business, Shroom House, was raided by police in the middle of the night Thursday. Four men were arrested, including Tachie and the man said to be the shop's manager, Jeremiahs Geronimo, 42.“Based on the government's allegations, [they] thought what they were doing was lawful,” said Geronimo's public defender.Bail for both men was set at $1.5 million. Tachie, a Canadian citizen, was ordered to surrender his passport. The former rapper is now living in Portland in an Airbnb.Support the showSign Up For Exclusive Episodes At: https://reasonabletv.com/LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsForReasonablePeople

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 12-16-22

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 102:40


Don's last show before vacation. Beatles' Christmas albums. Unseen movie reviews. Caley the kid. Julie Donaldson with your Commanders' update. Alice the Food Lady. Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

Sai da Média - Podcast | Geronimo Theml
Como vencer a procrastinação para vender mais (4 regras) | Podcast Sai da Média #131

Sai da Média - Podcast | Geronimo Theml

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 49:14


→ Quer receber uma publicação escrita pessoalmente por mim com uma estratégia semanal para você evoluir? Clica neste link e se inscreva no 3, 2, 1 AGORA!: https://geronimotheml.site/321-gt-yt → Loja do five: https://reserva.ink/lojadofive → WA - Wide Awake – Desperte seu máximo potencial e evolua 3 anos da sua vida em 3 dias de imersão ao vivo. Clique no link e garanta uma oportunidade única para participar da próxima edição do WA: https://lp.geronimo.com.br/pre-inscricao-wa Dando continuidade à série “Como vencer a procrastinação para…”, hoje vamos falar sobre vender mais! Se você não está sabendo, essa é uma série com foco total em vencer a procrastinação que estou compartilhando no Podcast Sai da Média e este é o terceiro episódio. E agora é a hora de falar sobre vendas! “Ah, Geronimo, mas eu não trabalho com vendas…” Five, por mais que você não saiba, trabalha, sim. Se você não vende um produto, vende o seu conhecimento de alguma forma… Seja em um processo seletivo de emprego, seja no seu trabalho quando você apresenta uma nova ideia para o seu chefe ou para os seus colaboradores… Até mesmo com a sua família… Se você quer implementar uma alimentação mais saudável ou mudar qualquer hábito, precisa saber vender seu peixe para convencer as pessoas. Seguindo essa lógica de vendas, existem algumas etapas até você conseguir fechar negócio… E é em alguma (ou algumas) dessas etapas que a procrastinação entra. Para aprender sobre essas etapas, ter clareza de em qual delas você está tendo problemas e descobrir Como Vencer a Procrastinação Para Vender Mais, confere o episódio #130 do Podcast Sai da Média!! ▶️ E se ainda não tiver assistido aos outros episódios do Podcast Sai da Média da série “Como vencer a procrastinação para…”, clica no link: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAHzUao1ywLlh5XFxRe8z5WjxA_jAepyV Me segue lá nas redes sociais: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geronimotheml/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/geronimo.theml/ #SaiDaMédia #RecuseAmediocridade #GeronimoTheml

Fight Laugh Feast USA
Daily News Brief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:39


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022. Before we get to the news today… You guys know Christmas is a coming right? Maybe you should get someone you love a Fight Laugh Feast Club Membership! Club Membership Plug: Its Christmas, join our club. During December, the first 75 people to upgrade or join our Gold or Platinum club membership will get our 32OZ Kodiak Christmas water bottle and a free subscription to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… We don’t have the big money of woke media, and so our club members are crucial in this fight. So, join the movement, join our army, and you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/14/fed-rate-decision-december-2022.html Fed raises interest rates half a point to highest level in 15 years The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate to the highest level in 15 years, indicating the fight against inflation is not over despite some promising signs lately. Keeping with expectations, the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee voted to boost the overnight borrowing rate half a percentage point, taking it to a targeted range between 4.25% and 4.5%. The increase broke a string of four straight three-quarter point hikes, the most aggressive policy moves since the early 1980s. Along with the increase came an indication that officials expect to keep rates higher through next year, with no reductions until 2024. The expected “terminal rate,” or point where officials expect to end the rate hikes, was put at 5.1%, according to the FOMC’s “dot plot” of individual members’ expectations. Investors initially reacted negatively to the expectation that rates may stay higher for longer, and stocks gave up earlier gains. During a news conference, Chairman Jerome Powell said it was important to keep up the fight against inflation so that the expectation of higher prices does not become entrenched. “Inflation data received so far for October and November show a welcome reduction in the monthly pace of price increases,” the chair said at his post-meeting news conference. “But it will take substantially more evidence to have confidence that inflation is on a sustained downward” path. The new level marks the highest the fed funds rate has been since December 2007, just ahead of the global financial crisis and as the Fed was loosening policy aggressively to combat what would turn into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. This time around, the Fed is raising rates into what is expected to be a moribund economy in 2023. Members penciled in increases for the funds rate until it hits a median level of 5.1% next year, equivalent to a target range of 5%-5.25. At that point, officials are likely to pause to allow the impact of monetary policy tightening to make its way through the economy. The consensus then pointed to a full percentage point worth of rate cuts in 2024, taking the funds rate to 4.1% by the end of that year. That is followed by another percentage point of cuts in 2025 to a rate of 3.1%, before the benchmark settles into a longer-run neutral level of 2.5%. However, there was a fairly wide dispersion in the outlook for future years, indicating that members are uncertain about what is ahead for an economy dealing with the worst inflation it has seen since the early 1980s. The newest dot plot featured multiple members seeing rates heading considerably higher than the median point for 2023 and 2024. For 2023, seven of the 19 committee members – voters and nonvoters included – saw rates rising above 5.25%. Similarly, there were seven members who saw rates higher than the median 4.1% in 2024. The FOMC policy statement, approved unanimously, was virtually unchanged from November’s meeting. Some observers had expected the Fed to alter language that it sees “ongoing increases” ahead to something less committal, but that phrase remained in the statement. Fed officials believe raising rates helps take money out the economy, reducing demand and ultimately pulling prices lower after inflation spiked to its highest level in more than 40 years. After spending much of 2021 dismissing the price increases as “transitory,” the Fed started raising interest rates in March of this year, first tentatively and then more aggressively, with the previous four increases in 0.75 percentage point increments. Prior to this year, the Fed had not raised rates more than a quarter point at a time in 22 years. The Fed also has been engaged in “quantitative tightening,” a process in which it is allowing proceeds from maturing bonds to roll off its balance sheet each month rather than reinvesting them. A capped total of $95 billion is being allowed to run off each month, resulting in a $332 billion decline in the balance sheet since early June. The balance sheet now stands at $8.63 trillion. https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/david-depape-in-court-today-live-updates/ David DePape case to move forward to trial, judge rules David DePape’s case will move forward to trial and the alleged Paul Pelosi attacker will be tried on all charges, a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday. DePape, who appeared in court wearing an orange jumpsuit Wednesday, was arrested on Oct. 28 after allegedly attacking Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer inside their Pacific Heights home. Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy just ruled that the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has enough evidence against David DePape to move the case forward to trial on all charges. DePape’s defense attorney never disputed that his client was in fact the person who broke into the Pelosi’s home and beat Paul Pelosi with a hammer. DePape made a full confession to police during interrogations and video of the interrogation was played in court. The most serious charge is premeditated attempted murder. Defense attorney Adam Lipson tried to argue that the attack was not premeditated, nor attempted murder. The defense pointed to DePape’s statements to Mr. Pelosi and police, in which he said he was targeting Nancy Pelosi, not Paul Pelosi, and intended to break Nancy’s kneecaps – not kill her. However, Judge Murphy disagreed with the defense. San Francisco Police Department Lt. Carla Hurley said when she interrogated David DePape, he revealed that he had other political targets. DePape said he planned to kidnap Hunter Biden, who lives in Malibu, California, so he could talk to Hunter about “all the corruption” in Washington, Hurley testified. DePape said he planned to travel to Los Angeles to confront Biden at home. (As the son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden is protected by Secret Service agents at his Malibu mansion.) DePape also said he planned to target California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Hurley testified. DePape told Hurley that he was on a “suicide mission” and would do whatever it took to stop Congress’ “corruption and lies.” Hurley said, in addition to Newsom and Hunter Biden, DePape also had two more targets: Actor Tom Hanks Feminist author Gale Breen https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Washington Post announces layoffs in early 2023 The Washington Post will be making layoffs early in the coming year, said CEO Fred Ryan on Wednesday morning. According to several staffers, Ryan announced at a company town hall that there will be layoffs at the paper early next year, reported Max Tani of Semafor. https://rumble.com/v20nj6a-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023.html - Play Video As seen on video footage captured by a member of the town hall audience, the crowd became upset at their boss's announcement. "What are you going to do to protect people's jobs? Are they going to be treated like the magazine staffers were?" one employee can be heard asking as Ryan began to make his exit while other personnel also attempted to get answers. Last month, the Post ended their Sunday print magazine and laid off its employees, according to the Washingtonian. The news of the downsizing comes as the Post faces backlash for the characterization of journalists Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi as "conservative." Taibbi, who previously worked for Rolling Stone, and Weiss, who was an editor at The New York Times, have both shared many left-leaning views in the past, however, they both are now under fire from the left for their documentation of the "Twitter Files," the internal documents shared by Twitter owner Elon Musk showing the tech giant taking massive steps to suppress and censor conservatives and politically-inconvenient news, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story. In a now-edited article, The Post labeled the two as "conservative journalists" for reporting on the “Twitter Files,” reports the Daily Caller. https://thepostmillennial.com/pedophile-who-performed-sex-act-to-12-year-old-girl-online-spared-prison?utm_campaign=64487 Pedophile spared prison after judge says web chat with 12-year-old girl ‘motivated by boredom’ A British man who engaged in a number of graphic online chats with a girl he believed to be 12 years old has been spared jail time, the Daily Mail reported. The judge presiding over the case argued that the man was "motivated by boredom rather than sexual interest in children" and that his "shame and remorse seem genuine." Andrew Teale, 43, began his chat innocently enough, but the conversation quickly turned sexual, with the married father eventually performing an act over Skype. I won’t read exactly what was said, as it is quite graphic in nature… but I’ll just say it was giving me Chris Hanson with to catch a predator vibes. Unbeknownst to Teale, he was saying all of these things to an undercover police officer, which ultimately resulted in his arrest in January. He admitted to attempting to engage in sexual activity in the presence of a child and attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child. The judge gave him a 12-month suspended jail sentence, meaning that he doesn't have to physically go to prison so long as certain requirements are met, including 150 hours of community service. During the sentencing, his previous good character, job loss, as well as the overall impact on his family life were also noted, although these comments were criticized as being an "insult to injury" by a former head of the national online police child protection unit. Formerly the Head of Innovation at British investment firm AJ Bell, Teale resigned from his position in July without informing the company of the criminal charges he was facing. Teale's lawyer says that he put a stop to his behavior and sought help. Dime Payments Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to https://dimepayments.com/flf. Now finally, it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/12/13/mississippi-state-football-coach-mike-leach-dies-at-61/ Mississippi State football Coach Mike Leach Dies at 61 Mike Leach, the gruff, pioneering and unfiltered college football coach who helped revolutionize the passing game with the Air Raid offense, has died following complications from a heart condition, Mississippi State said Tuesday. He was 61. Leach, who was in his third season as head coach at Mississippi State, fell ill Sunday at his home in Starkville, Mississippi. He was treated at a local hospital before being airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) away. “Mike was a giving and attentive husband, father and grandfather. He was able to participate in organ donation at UMMC as a final act of charity,” the family said in a statement issued by Mississippi State. “We are supported and uplifted by the outpouring of love and prayers from family, friends, Mississippi State University, the hospital staff, and football fans around the world. Thank you for sharing in the joy of our beloved husband and father’s life.” Leach fought through a bout with pneumonia late in this season, coughing uncontrollably at times during news conferences, but seemed to be improving, according to those who worked with him. News of him falling gravely ill swept through college football the past few days and left many who knew him stunned, hoping and praying for Leach’s recovery under grim circumstances. His impact on college football over the last two decades runs deep and will continue for years to come. Leach was known for his pass-happy offenses, wide-ranging interests — he wrote a book about Native American leader Geronimo, had a passion for pirates, a taught a class about insurgent warfare — and rambling, off-the-cuff news conferences. Leach’s teams were consistent winners at programs where success did not come easy. In 21 seasons as a head coach at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State, Leach went 158-107. And his quarterbacks put up massive passing statistics, running a relatively simple offense called the Air Raid that he did not invent but certainly mastered. An interview with Leach was as likely to veer off into politics, wedding planning or hypothetical mascot fights as it was to stick to football. He considered Donald Trump a friend before the billionaire businessman ran for president and then campaigned for him in 2016. He traveled all over the world and his curiosity knew no bounds. He most appreciated those who stepped outside of their expertise. As much as Leach enjoyed digging into topics other than football, he was excellent at the Xs and Os. Six of the 20 best passing seasons in major college football history were by quarterbacks who played for Leach, including four of the top six. Calling plays from a folded piece of paper smaller than an index card, Leach turned passers such as B.J. Symons (448.7 yards per game), Graham Harrell (438.8), Connor Halliday (430.3) and Anthony Gordon (429.2) into record-setters and Heisman Trophy contenders. I covered this one due to Mike Leach’s time at WSU, where he spent 8 successful seasons at the helm of my father’s alma mater. We shared great memories watching his cougars together. Rest in peace Leach, rest in peace.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:39


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022. Before we get to the news today… You guys know Christmas is a coming right? Maybe you should get someone you love a Fight Laugh Feast Club Membership! Club Membership Plug: Its Christmas, join our club. During December, the first 75 people to upgrade or join our Gold or Platinum club membership will get our 32OZ Kodiak Christmas water bottle and a free subscription to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… We don’t have the big money of woke media, and so our club members are crucial in this fight. So, join the movement, join our army, and you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/14/fed-rate-decision-december-2022.html Fed raises interest rates half a point to highest level in 15 years The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate to the highest level in 15 years, indicating the fight against inflation is not over despite some promising signs lately. Keeping with expectations, the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee voted to boost the overnight borrowing rate half a percentage point, taking it to a targeted range between 4.25% and 4.5%. The increase broke a string of four straight three-quarter point hikes, the most aggressive policy moves since the early 1980s. Along with the increase came an indication that officials expect to keep rates higher through next year, with no reductions until 2024. The expected “terminal rate,” or point where officials expect to end the rate hikes, was put at 5.1%, according to the FOMC’s “dot plot” of individual members’ expectations. Investors initially reacted negatively to the expectation that rates may stay higher for longer, and stocks gave up earlier gains. During a news conference, Chairman Jerome Powell said it was important to keep up the fight against inflation so that the expectation of higher prices does not become entrenched. “Inflation data received so far for October and November show a welcome reduction in the monthly pace of price increases,” the chair said at his post-meeting news conference. “But it will take substantially more evidence to have confidence that inflation is on a sustained downward” path. The new level marks the highest the fed funds rate has been since December 2007, just ahead of the global financial crisis and as the Fed was loosening policy aggressively to combat what would turn into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. This time around, the Fed is raising rates into what is expected to be a moribund economy in 2023. Members penciled in increases for the funds rate until it hits a median level of 5.1% next year, equivalent to a target range of 5%-5.25. At that point, officials are likely to pause to allow the impact of monetary policy tightening to make its way through the economy. The consensus then pointed to a full percentage point worth of rate cuts in 2024, taking the funds rate to 4.1% by the end of that year. That is followed by another percentage point of cuts in 2025 to a rate of 3.1%, before the benchmark settles into a longer-run neutral level of 2.5%. However, there was a fairly wide dispersion in the outlook for future years, indicating that members are uncertain about what is ahead for an economy dealing with the worst inflation it has seen since the early 1980s. The newest dot plot featured multiple members seeing rates heading considerably higher than the median point for 2023 and 2024. For 2023, seven of the 19 committee members – voters and nonvoters included – saw rates rising above 5.25%. Similarly, there were seven members who saw rates higher than the median 4.1% in 2024. The FOMC policy statement, approved unanimously, was virtually unchanged from November’s meeting. Some observers had expected the Fed to alter language that it sees “ongoing increases” ahead to something less committal, but that phrase remained in the statement. Fed officials believe raising rates helps take money out the economy, reducing demand and ultimately pulling prices lower after inflation spiked to its highest level in more than 40 years. After spending much of 2021 dismissing the price increases as “transitory,” the Fed started raising interest rates in March of this year, first tentatively and then more aggressively, with the previous four increases in 0.75 percentage point increments. Prior to this year, the Fed had not raised rates more than a quarter point at a time in 22 years. The Fed also has been engaged in “quantitative tightening,” a process in which it is allowing proceeds from maturing bonds to roll off its balance sheet each month rather than reinvesting them. A capped total of $95 billion is being allowed to run off each month, resulting in a $332 billion decline in the balance sheet since early June. The balance sheet now stands at $8.63 trillion. https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/david-depape-in-court-today-live-updates/ David DePape case to move forward to trial, judge rules David DePape’s case will move forward to trial and the alleged Paul Pelosi attacker will be tried on all charges, a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday. DePape, who appeared in court wearing an orange jumpsuit Wednesday, was arrested on Oct. 28 after allegedly attacking Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer inside their Pacific Heights home. Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy just ruled that the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has enough evidence against David DePape to move the case forward to trial on all charges. DePape’s defense attorney never disputed that his client was in fact the person who broke into the Pelosi’s home and beat Paul Pelosi with a hammer. DePape made a full confession to police during interrogations and video of the interrogation was played in court. The most serious charge is premeditated attempted murder. Defense attorney Adam Lipson tried to argue that the attack was not premeditated, nor attempted murder. The defense pointed to DePape’s statements to Mr. Pelosi and police, in which he said he was targeting Nancy Pelosi, not Paul Pelosi, and intended to break Nancy’s kneecaps – not kill her. However, Judge Murphy disagreed with the defense. San Francisco Police Department Lt. Carla Hurley said when she interrogated David DePape, he revealed that he had other political targets. DePape said he planned to kidnap Hunter Biden, who lives in Malibu, California, so he could talk to Hunter about “all the corruption” in Washington, Hurley testified. DePape said he planned to travel to Los Angeles to confront Biden at home. (As the son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden is protected by Secret Service agents at his Malibu mansion.) DePape also said he planned to target California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Hurley testified. DePape told Hurley that he was on a “suicide mission” and would do whatever it took to stop Congress’ “corruption and lies.” Hurley said, in addition to Newsom and Hunter Biden, DePape also had two more targets: Actor Tom Hanks Feminist author Gale Breen https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Washington Post announces layoffs in early 2023 The Washington Post will be making layoffs early in the coming year, said CEO Fred Ryan on Wednesday morning. According to several staffers, Ryan announced at a company town hall that there will be layoffs at the paper early next year, reported Max Tani of Semafor. https://rumble.com/v20nj6a-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023.html - Play Video As seen on video footage captured by a member of the town hall audience, the crowd became upset at their boss's announcement. "What are you going to do to protect people's jobs? Are they going to be treated like the magazine staffers were?" one employee can be heard asking as Ryan began to make his exit while other personnel also attempted to get answers. Last month, the Post ended their Sunday print magazine and laid off its employees, according to the Washingtonian. The news of the downsizing comes as the Post faces backlash for the characterization of journalists Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi as "conservative." Taibbi, who previously worked for Rolling Stone, and Weiss, who was an editor at The New York Times, have both shared many left-leaning views in the past, however, they both are now under fire from the left for their documentation of the "Twitter Files," the internal documents shared by Twitter owner Elon Musk showing the tech giant taking massive steps to suppress and censor conservatives and politically-inconvenient news, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story. In a now-edited article, The Post labeled the two as "conservative journalists" for reporting on the “Twitter Files,” reports the Daily Caller. https://thepostmillennial.com/pedophile-who-performed-sex-act-to-12-year-old-girl-online-spared-prison?utm_campaign=64487 Pedophile spared prison after judge says web chat with 12-year-old girl ‘motivated by boredom’ A British man who engaged in a number of graphic online chats with a girl he believed to be 12 years old has been spared jail time, the Daily Mail reported. The judge presiding over the case argued that the man was "motivated by boredom rather than sexual interest in children" and that his "shame and remorse seem genuine." Andrew Teale, 43, began his chat innocently enough, but the conversation quickly turned sexual, with the married father eventually performing an act over Skype. I won’t read exactly what was said, as it is quite graphic in nature… but I’ll just say it was giving me Chris Hanson with to catch a predator vibes. Unbeknownst to Teale, he was saying all of these things to an undercover police officer, which ultimately resulted in his arrest in January. He admitted to attempting to engage in sexual activity in the presence of a child and attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child. The judge gave him a 12-month suspended jail sentence, meaning that he doesn't have to physically go to prison so long as certain requirements are met, including 150 hours of community service. During the sentencing, his previous good character, job loss, as well as the overall impact on his family life were also noted, although these comments were criticized as being an "insult to injury" by a former head of the national online police child protection unit. Formerly the Head of Innovation at British investment firm AJ Bell, Teale resigned from his position in July without informing the company of the criminal charges he was facing. Teale's lawyer says that he put a stop to his behavior and sought help. Dime Payments Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to https://dimepayments.com/flf. Now finally, it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/12/13/mississippi-state-football-coach-mike-leach-dies-at-61/ Mississippi State football Coach Mike Leach Dies at 61 Mike Leach, the gruff, pioneering and unfiltered college football coach who helped revolutionize the passing game with the Air Raid offense, has died following complications from a heart condition, Mississippi State said Tuesday. He was 61. Leach, who was in his third season as head coach at Mississippi State, fell ill Sunday at his home in Starkville, Mississippi. He was treated at a local hospital before being airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) away. “Mike was a giving and attentive husband, father and grandfather. He was able to participate in organ donation at UMMC as a final act of charity,” the family said in a statement issued by Mississippi State. “We are supported and uplifted by the outpouring of love and prayers from family, friends, Mississippi State University, the hospital staff, and football fans around the world. Thank you for sharing in the joy of our beloved husband and father’s life.” Leach fought through a bout with pneumonia late in this season, coughing uncontrollably at times during news conferences, but seemed to be improving, according to those who worked with him. News of him falling gravely ill swept through college football the past few days and left many who knew him stunned, hoping and praying for Leach’s recovery under grim circumstances. His impact on college football over the last two decades runs deep and will continue for years to come. Leach was known for his pass-happy offenses, wide-ranging interests — he wrote a book about Native American leader Geronimo, had a passion for pirates, a taught a class about insurgent warfare — and rambling, off-the-cuff news conferences. Leach’s teams were consistent winners at programs where success did not come easy. In 21 seasons as a head coach at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State, Leach went 158-107. And his quarterbacks put up massive passing statistics, running a relatively simple offense called the Air Raid that he did not invent but certainly mastered. An interview with Leach was as likely to veer off into politics, wedding planning or hypothetical mascot fights as it was to stick to football. He considered Donald Trump a friend before the billionaire businessman ran for president and then campaigned for him in 2016. He traveled all over the world and his curiosity knew no bounds. He most appreciated those who stepped outside of their expertise. As much as Leach enjoyed digging into topics other than football, he was excellent at the Xs and Os. Six of the 20 best passing seasons in major college football history were by quarterbacks who played for Leach, including four of the top six. Calling plays from a folded piece of paper smaller than an index card, Leach turned passers such as B.J. Symons (448.7 yards per game), Graham Harrell (438.8), Connor Halliday (430.3) and Anthony Gordon (429.2) into record-setters and Heisman Trophy contenders. I covered this one due to Mike Leach’s time at WSU, where he spent 8 successful seasons at the helm of my father’s alma mater. We shared great memories watching his cougars together. Rest in peace Leach, rest in peace.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:39


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, December 15th, 2022. Before we get to the news today… You guys know Christmas is a coming right? Maybe you should get someone you love a Fight Laugh Feast Club Membership! Club Membership Plug: Its Christmas, join our club. During December, the first 75 people to upgrade or join our Gold or Platinum club membership will get our 32OZ Kodiak Christmas water bottle and a free subscription to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… We don’t have the big money of woke media, and so our club members are crucial in this fight. So, join the movement, join our army, and you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/14/fed-rate-decision-december-2022.html Fed raises interest rates half a point to highest level in 15 years The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate to the highest level in 15 years, indicating the fight against inflation is not over despite some promising signs lately. Keeping with expectations, the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee voted to boost the overnight borrowing rate half a percentage point, taking it to a targeted range between 4.25% and 4.5%. The increase broke a string of four straight three-quarter point hikes, the most aggressive policy moves since the early 1980s. Along with the increase came an indication that officials expect to keep rates higher through next year, with no reductions until 2024. The expected “terminal rate,” or point where officials expect to end the rate hikes, was put at 5.1%, according to the FOMC’s “dot plot” of individual members’ expectations. Investors initially reacted negatively to the expectation that rates may stay higher for longer, and stocks gave up earlier gains. During a news conference, Chairman Jerome Powell said it was important to keep up the fight against inflation so that the expectation of higher prices does not become entrenched. “Inflation data received so far for October and November show a welcome reduction in the monthly pace of price increases,” the chair said at his post-meeting news conference. “But it will take substantially more evidence to have confidence that inflation is on a sustained downward” path. The new level marks the highest the fed funds rate has been since December 2007, just ahead of the global financial crisis and as the Fed was loosening policy aggressively to combat what would turn into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. This time around, the Fed is raising rates into what is expected to be a moribund economy in 2023. Members penciled in increases for the funds rate until it hits a median level of 5.1% next year, equivalent to a target range of 5%-5.25. At that point, officials are likely to pause to allow the impact of monetary policy tightening to make its way through the economy. The consensus then pointed to a full percentage point worth of rate cuts in 2024, taking the funds rate to 4.1% by the end of that year. That is followed by another percentage point of cuts in 2025 to a rate of 3.1%, before the benchmark settles into a longer-run neutral level of 2.5%. However, there was a fairly wide dispersion in the outlook for future years, indicating that members are uncertain about what is ahead for an economy dealing with the worst inflation it has seen since the early 1980s. The newest dot plot featured multiple members seeing rates heading considerably higher than the median point for 2023 and 2024. For 2023, seven of the 19 committee members – voters and nonvoters included – saw rates rising above 5.25%. Similarly, there were seven members who saw rates higher than the median 4.1% in 2024. The FOMC policy statement, approved unanimously, was virtually unchanged from November’s meeting. Some observers had expected the Fed to alter language that it sees “ongoing increases” ahead to something less committal, but that phrase remained in the statement. Fed officials believe raising rates helps take money out the economy, reducing demand and ultimately pulling prices lower after inflation spiked to its highest level in more than 40 years. After spending much of 2021 dismissing the price increases as “transitory,” the Fed started raising interest rates in March of this year, first tentatively and then more aggressively, with the previous four increases in 0.75 percentage point increments. Prior to this year, the Fed had not raised rates more than a quarter point at a time in 22 years. The Fed also has been engaged in “quantitative tightening,” a process in which it is allowing proceeds from maturing bonds to roll off its balance sheet each month rather than reinvesting them. A capped total of $95 billion is being allowed to run off each month, resulting in a $332 billion decline in the balance sheet since early June. The balance sheet now stands at $8.63 trillion. https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/david-depape-in-court-today-live-updates/ David DePape case to move forward to trial, judge rules David DePape’s case will move forward to trial and the alleged Paul Pelosi attacker will be tried on all charges, a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday. DePape, who appeared in court wearing an orange jumpsuit Wednesday, was arrested on Oct. 28 after allegedly attacking Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer inside their Pacific Heights home. Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy just ruled that the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has enough evidence against David DePape to move the case forward to trial on all charges. DePape’s defense attorney never disputed that his client was in fact the person who broke into the Pelosi’s home and beat Paul Pelosi with a hammer. DePape made a full confession to police during interrogations and video of the interrogation was played in court. The most serious charge is premeditated attempted murder. Defense attorney Adam Lipson tried to argue that the attack was not premeditated, nor attempted murder. The defense pointed to DePape’s statements to Mr. Pelosi and police, in which he said he was targeting Nancy Pelosi, not Paul Pelosi, and intended to break Nancy’s kneecaps – not kill her. However, Judge Murphy disagreed with the defense. San Francisco Police Department Lt. Carla Hurley said when she interrogated David DePape, he revealed that he had other political targets. DePape said he planned to kidnap Hunter Biden, who lives in Malibu, California, so he could talk to Hunter about “all the corruption” in Washington, Hurley testified. DePape said he planned to travel to Los Angeles to confront Biden at home. (As the son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden is protected by Secret Service agents at his Malibu mansion.) DePape also said he planned to target California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Hurley testified. DePape told Hurley that he was on a “suicide mission” and would do whatever it took to stop Congress’ “corruption and lies.” Hurley said, in addition to Newsom and Hunter Biden, DePape also had two more targets: Actor Tom Hanks Feminist author Gale Breen https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Washington Post announces layoffs in early 2023 The Washington Post will be making layoffs early in the coming year, said CEO Fred Ryan on Wednesday morning. According to several staffers, Ryan announced at a company town hall that there will be layoffs at the paper early next year, reported Max Tani of Semafor. https://rumble.com/v20nj6a-washington-post-announces-layoffs-in-early-2023.html - Play Video As seen on video footage captured by a member of the town hall audience, the crowd became upset at their boss's announcement. "What are you going to do to protect people's jobs? Are they going to be treated like the magazine staffers were?" one employee can be heard asking as Ryan began to make his exit while other personnel also attempted to get answers. Last month, the Post ended their Sunday print magazine and laid off its employees, according to the Washingtonian. The news of the downsizing comes as the Post faces backlash for the characterization of journalists Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi as "conservative." Taibbi, who previously worked for Rolling Stone, and Weiss, who was an editor at The New York Times, have both shared many left-leaning views in the past, however, they both are now under fire from the left for their documentation of the "Twitter Files," the internal documents shared by Twitter owner Elon Musk showing the tech giant taking massive steps to suppress and censor conservatives and politically-inconvenient news, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story. In a now-edited article, The Post labeled the two as "conservative journalists" for reporting on the “Twitter Files,” reports the Daily Caller. https://thepostmillennial.com/pedophile-who-performed-sex-act-to-12-year-old-girl-online-spared-prison?utm_campaign=64487 Pedophile spared prison after judge says web chat with 12-year-old girl ‘motivated by boredom’ A British man who engaged in a number of graphic online chats with a girl he believed to be 12 years old has been spared jail time, the Daily Mail reported. The judge presiding over the case argued that the man was "motivated by boredom rather than sexual interest in children" and that his "shame and remorse seem genuine." Andrew Teale, 43, began his chat innocently enough, but the conversation quickly turned sexual, with the married father eventually performing an act over Skype. I won’t read exactly what was said, as it is quite graphic in nature… but I’ll just say it was giving me Chris Hanson with to catch a predator vibes. Unbeknownst to Teale, he was saying all of these things to an undercover police officer, which ultimately resulted in his arrest in January. He admitted to attempting to engage in sexual activity in the presence of a child and attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child. The judge gave him a 12-month suspended jail sentence, meaning that he doesn't have to physically go to prison so long as certain requirements are met, including 150 hours of community service. During the sentencing, his previous good character, job loss, as well as the overall impact on his family life were also noted, although these comments were criticized as being an "insult to injury" by a former head of the national online police child protection unit. Formerly the Head of Innovation at British investment firm AJ Bell, Teale resigned from his position in July without informing the company of the criminal charges he was facing. Teale's lawyer says that he put a stop to his behavior and sought help. Dime Payments Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to https://dimepayments.com/flf. Now finally, it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/12/13/mississippi-state-football-coach-mike-leach-dies-at-61/ Mississippi State football Coach Mike Leach Dies at 61 Mike Leach, the gruff, pioneering and unfiltered college football coach who helped revolutionize the passing game with the Air Raid offense, has died following complications from a heart condition, Mississippi State said Tuesday. He was 61. Leach, who was in his third season as head coach at Mississippi State, fell ill Sunday at his home in Starkville, Mississippi. He was treated at a local hospital before being airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) away. “Mike was a giving and attentive husband, father and grandfather. He was able to participate in organ donation at UMMC as a final act of charity,” the family said in a statement issued by Mississippi State. “We are supported and uplifted by the outpouring of love and prayers from family, friends, Mississippi State University, the hospital staff, and football fans around the world. Thank you for sharing in the joy of our beloved husband and father’s life.” Leach fought through a bout with pneumonia late in this season, coughing uncontrollably at times during news conferences, but seemed to be improving, according to those who worked with him. News of him falling gravely ill swept through college football the past few days and left many who knew him stunned, hoping and praying for Leach’s recovery under grim circumstances. His impact on college football over the last two decades runs deep and will continue for years to come. Leach was known for his pass-happy offenses, wide-ranging interests — he wrote a book about Native American leader Geronimo, had a passion for pirates, a taught a class about insurgent warfare — and rambling, off-the-cuff news conferences. Leach’s teams were consistent winners at programs where success did not come easy. In 21 seasons as a head coach at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State, Leach went 158-107. And his quarterbacks put up massive passing statistics, running a relatively simple offense called the Air Raid that he did not invent but certainly mastered. An interview with Leach was as likely to veer off into politics, wedding planning or hypothetical mascot fights as it was to stick to football. He considered Donald Trump a friend before the billionaire businessman ran for president and then campaigned for him in 2016. He traveled all over the world and his curiosity knew no bounds. He most appreciated those who stepped outside of their expertise. As much as Leach enjoyed digging into topics other than football, he was excellent at the Xs and Os. Six of the 20 best passing seasons in major college football history were by quarterbacks who played for Leach, including four of the top six. Calling plays from a folded piece of paper smaller than an index card, Leach turned passers such as B.J. Symons (448.7 yards per game), Graham Harrell (438.8), Connor Halliday (430.3) and Anthony Gordon (429.2) into record-setters and Heisman Trophy contenders. I covered this one due to Mike Leach’s time at WSU, where he spent 8 successful seasons at the helm of my father’s alma mater. We shared great memories watching his cougars together. Rest in peace Leach, rest in peace.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 12-15-22

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 97:46


The Hamburger James story. News or Not News? Santa Claus. Coose Your News. Emails. Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 12-14-22

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 98:15


Dennis Murphy's Christmas album. The great Die Hard debate. Choose Your News. Julie Donaldson with your Commanders' update. Emails. Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 12-13-22

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 90:40


Overtime with Coach Ron & Don. Pharmacists. Don's Yellowstone review. Choose Your News. Low Budget Jeopardy. Be sure to subscribe.

OutKick 360
Hour 3 - Buddy Levy - Writer, Coauthored Geronimo with Mike Leach.

OutKick 360

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 46:50


Buddy Levy describes his time with Coach Leach while coauthoring the book Geronimo. His many conversations with Leach's family and the good times working on the book talking for hours about many, many topics including what Coach Leach would have done if he wasn't a Head Coach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 12-12-22

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 95:22


Choose Your News. Siri ignores Don. London Fletcher. Queen in for Steve Buckhantz on sports. Julie Donaldson. Low Budget Jeopardy. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 12-9-22

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 96:34


Unseen movie reviews. Crash is allergic to something in the studio. Ryan the kid. Julie Donaldson with your Commanders update. Alice the Food Lady. Choose Your News. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

The Don Geronimo Show
The Don Geronimo Show Podcast - 12-8-22

The Don Geronimo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 97:09


Santa on LSD mourns John Lennon. How is this even news? Low Budget Jeopardy. Choose Your News. Emails. Be sure to subscribe.

Native ChocTalk
S3, E8, Pt 3: “W. Michael Farmer on Geronimo, Fort Sill and The Life of the Apache Warrior”

Native ChocTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 68:13


Part 3 of 3 "I should never have surrendered. I should have fought until I was the last man alive." These are the words spoken on the deathbed of probably the most well-know Native American warrior in history, known as Geronimo. Some considered him a warrior, and many viewed him as a “sell-out, while others thought of him as a popular Native “character”, representative of all Indians in North America. I must admit, until I met Author (and retired PhD Physicist), W. Michael Farmer, I underestimated the significant warrior skills of Geronimo. Now I have an entirely new respect for this Apache fighter. In this episode of Native ChocTalk, you'll learn about: • The Chiricahua Apache • Geronimo's incredibly monumental warrior skills • The lesser-known story of the little girl, Trinidad and her encounter with Geronimo • Geronimo's friendship with Quanah Parker • The warrior's quest to be set free to go “home” • Skull & Bones Society, and the true-or-false controversy over Geronimo's remains Check out W. Michael Farmer's website where you can find the 3 books we cover in this episode: https://wmichaelfarmer.com/ • “The Odyssey of Geronimo, Twenty Three Years a Prisoner of War” • “Trini! Come!: Geronimo's Captivity of Trinidad Verdin” • “The Iliad of Geronimo” Yakoke, Michael for sharing your research and expertise! Native ChocTalk Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nativechoctalkpodcast All Podcast Episodes: https://nativechoctalk.com/podcasts/

We the People
The Battle for the American West

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 58:19


For Native American Heritage Month, the National Constitution Center hotsed a discussion with historians H.W. Brands, author of The Last Campaign: Sherman, Geronimo and the War for America; Lori Daggar, author of Cultivating Empire: Capitalism, Philanthropy, and the Negotiation of American Imperialism in Indian Country; and Lindsay Robertson, author of Conquest by Law: How the Discovery of America Dispossessed Indigenous Peoples of Their Lands, for a historical overview of U.S. westward expansion, manifest destiny, and the impact on native peoples and tribes. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly. You can find transcripts for each episode on the podcast pages in our Media Library.