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On this episode, Chris is joined by music-lover, Fr. Tony Klein. They discuss the South Dakota state anthem, singing the Mass, how to discern beauty in music, music’s role in shaping the heart and mind, sacred music, the common music of a people (think Hobbit songs), what’s on Fr. Tony’s Read more…
Congress is debating a sharp rise in the corporate tax rate, and the Biden Administration claims that these exactions won't affect you, that only big corporations will have to fork over more cash. Don't believe it! Steve Forbes on how Biden's corporate tax hike will hit consumers and, especially, how it will hurt the middle class!Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
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Democrats are blasting Senate Republicans who all voted against a bill that would fund the government and avoid U.S. default. Plus, at a White House event where he got his Covid booster shot, Pres. Biden spoke of their importance but added it's still critical that those who are unvaccinated get their first shots. Joining the program are Philip Rucker, Lisa Lerer, Jon Meacham, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Mike Murphy, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia.
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Kathryn speaks with the government's advisor on Covid 19, former Air New Zealand Chief Executive Rob Fyfe. He was appointed by the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to try to bring private and public sectors together to solve major issues related to Covid. What are the challenges of getting business and government working together ?
JB suggests the right/left paradigm was a creation of the Luciferians in order to ultimately deceive and divide Americans. Most of us see this controlled opposition dividing us but have not understood the satanic agenda driving it all. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
What is the role of the Christian in the balance of religious freedom and submitting to government authority? How can Christians have discernment about what they and their children watch in entertainment media? How can we keep our eyes on Jesus every day in a world of distractions?My guest this week is David AR White. David is an actor, screenwriter, producer, author, and businessman. He is a co-founder of PureFlix Entertainment. He starred in movies such as the God's Not Dead and Revelation Road series, and more recently Beckman and Finding Love in Quarantine. His newest movie, God's Not Dead: We the People comes out on October 4th. For more information on David AR White:Go to the website for God's Not Dead https://godsnotdead.com/Watch the trailer now: For more information on the ministry of Discerning Dad:Get all my links in one easy spot! https://linktr.ee/discerning_dadGet my FREE 14 day discernment devotional, Eyes on Jesus, by going to eyesonjesusdevotional.comYou can purchase my book this podcast is based on, Everyday Discernment: The Importance of Spirit-led decision making, on Amazon https://amzn.to/3dDGKVwDownload the new Charisma Plus app with my specific link. Every free download for you gets me $1 with this link https://play.charismaplusapp.com/subscribe?code=TimFBecome a patron supporter and get exclusive benefits such as my second podcast and much more https://www.patreon.com/Discerningdad
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party suffered its worst election results ever yesterday, but it still has a chance to eke out a governing coalition instead of the victorious left-leaning Social Democrats. Authorities are investigating this weekend's deadly crash of an Amtrak train in Montana. And safety officials are worried about other accidents as Tesla rolls out the beta version of its autonomous driving software.
durée : 00:58:22 - Cultures Monde - par : Florian Delorme, Mélanie Chalandon - Rupture de contrat, rupture de confiance. L'affaire AUKUS a déclenché une crise diplomatique sans précédent entre la France et ses alliés de longue date, et n'a débouché que sur un timide soutien de la part de l'Union Européenne. - réalisation : Vincent Abouchar, Benjamin Hû - invités : Gérard Araud ancien ambassadeur de France aux Etats-Unis (2014-2019); Martin Quencez chercheur au German Marshall Fund à Paris et chercheur associé au Conseil Européen des affaires étrangères; Georgina Wright responsable du programme Europe à l'Institut Montaigne, visiting fellow au German Marshall Fund of the United States et associate à l'Institute for Government à Londres
After a three year battle, international charity Global Citizen - which lobbies governments to end extreme poverty - has won the right to obtain crucial Public Benevolent Institution status in Australia. The win will have widespread ramifications for the charity sector, but the sector is not in the clear yet as it faces other heavy regulation.
The social function of economic science consists precisely in developing sound economic theories and in exploding the fallacies of vicious reasoning. In the pursuit of this task the economist incurs the deadly enmity of all mountebanks and charlatans whose shortcuts to an early paradise he debunks. - Ludwig von Mises That's a pretty lofty view of economics and economists. As such it is far, far away from any view that most people have, especially of economists. Anyone who is even the slightest bit informed as to the track record of economists and their pronouncements will at best see them as something like a weatherman. In this view, the economist tries to make honest predictions based on the available data but gets it wrong more often than not. At worst, people see the economist as exactly the kind of charlatan Mises decries in the above quote. Economics as a discipline has lost a lot of respect. In short, economics is in trouble. A big part of the problem is that too many economists don't actually start with data. Not that they don't use data. What they do is start with a theory that they prefer and then find the data to support their theory, ignoring or explaining away everything else. And that is on a good day. On a bad day (which seems to happen more and more) the economist is just providing quasi-intellectual cover to justify the policies of whichever government or corporation that they are working for. You can definitely see this if you pay attention to politics. Each party has its favorite economists to trot out to justify what they are doing, or to attack what the other team is doing, regardless of what the policy is. I first noticed this when way back in the Clinton administration, there was a Democrat move to do away with the “marriage tax” and the Republicans opposed it. Once Bush was in office, the positions flipped. Not that I believe either party really cared about the tax. It was simply another political football. This is also apparent in the varying attitudes towards deficit spending. Both parties love it when they are in charge. They just spend it on slightly different things. If you pay too much attention to it, you just might drive yourself bonkers. Another issue is that modern economists are too focused on tinkering around with policy, hoping to manipulate the market to get the outcome they want. This leads to extremely shallow thinking as all they wind up doing is at best looking at surface data and then trying to manipulate that so it fits better with their vision. What they neglect is everything below the surface, everything that is actually driving the data they are responding to. Let's get back to economists and their theories for a minute. Economists are often professors, teaching others about economics and how they work. One might be inclined to ask if they really know so much about economics, why aren't they rich? Don't they know how the systems work and how to make use of their knowledge to their own benefit? Perhaps it's because there is more going on than their equations can account for. That is one of the central aspects of Mises and his Austrian School of Economics, there is just too much data to actually absorb it all. With any economy, there are any number of variables that simply cannot be accounted for. That's why Mises considered the idea of central planning and that one can control the market to be absurd. It is simply impossible to plan without knowing all the variables. Things will just happen whether you know the cause or not. Not only that, Mises understood that many if not most of the variables are not directly related to money, which is why he advocated for economists studying the social sciences. Instead, perhaps we should be more humble and realize we can't know everything and instead, observe the data as it is without imposing theories on it. Then perhaps we can move towards Mises' goal of understanding the world a little better. What's your economy worth? www.tartle.co Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
A "countryside renaissance" plan will be launched by the Labour party at its conference. What they're calling a "ground breaking strategy" for rural England would replace what Labour describes as the "floundering" rural proofing approach of the current Government, if Labour won the next election. Charlotte Smith hears from the Shadow Environment Secretary, Luke Pollard. Many older crop varieties fell out of favour as they just can't compete commercially with the yields from more modern varieties. Some have been lost but others are being kept going by enthusiasts. We meet the Swedish man, scything ancient Hebridean grains. And the food and farming sector is keen to attract new people in, to fill the staffing gaps created by Brexit and Covid in the short term, but in the longer term to bring in new ideas. This week on Farming Today, we'll be looking at the opportunities available, the barriers which stop people taking them, and meeting some of the young, and older, people making growing food their career. We start with Ben Thompson - who manages the Agri-Tech Centre at Hartpury University and Hartpury College. Presented by Charlotte Smith Produced for BBC Audio in Bristol by Heather Simons
We all know of the CIA's crazy, government-overthrowing, civil-rights intervening exploits all around the world and even some horrifying ops practiced on American soil, but somehow one of the most shocking and offensive aspects of the MK-Ultra experiments were the ones done on unknowing and unwilling psychiatric patients in a Canadian clinic.[FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA]TWITTER: www.twitter.com/PodcastAfraidINSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/PodcastAfraidYOUTUBE: https://tinyurl.com/3mwr54tbTIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@podcastafraid[PATREON]Do you need more Even the Podcast is Afraid content, and would like to help support the show in the process? You can join our 'Elbow Deep Club' for just $5 per month and get exclusive content like ad-free & early access episodes, access to the after show, and more.PATREON: www.patreon.com/ordisstudios[WATCH OUR TV SHOW ON PODTV]TV NETWORK WEBSITE: https://www.podtv.live/DOWNLOAD APP: https://solo.to/etpia.tvshow.podtvDownload the PodTV app on your iOS, Android, Google Play, Amazon Appstore, and ROKU to watch our video podcast, EXCLUSIVE to PodTV. Just search PodTV Live in your app store.[ORDIS STUDIOS PODCAST NETWORK]WEBSITE: www.ordisstudios.comORDIS STUDIOS TWITTER: www.twitter.com/ordisstudiosORDIS STUDIOS INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/ordis.studios[MUSIC USED IN THIS EPISODE]Music from https://filmmusic.io"In Your Arms" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)[THANKS & MENTIONS FOR THIS EPISODE]Stephanie Kemmerer, researcher & writer for Even the Podcast is Afraid, conducted all the writing and research for this series on MK-Ultra."Even the Podcast is Afraid" (ETPIA) is created & produced by Jared Ordis, an original Ordis Studios Production.Even the Podcast is Afraid is part of the Ordis Studios Podcast Network.Copyright © 2021 by Ordis Studioswww.ordisstudios.com
If you work in the Government acquisition world, this podcast is for you. (not just for Contracting Officers!)Kevin talks insurance with Rick Roman from Gulf Coast Underwriters. Listen and learn some of the unique insurance requirements for government contractors, how they may increase the cost of contract performance, and how planning ahead for insurance needs can prevent catastrophic financial losses when unexpected events occur. _________If you enjoy this podcast, check out Skyway Acquisition at skywaymember.com to begin your relationship with our team of former contracting officers. The Skyway Community is the essential resource for context in the government market. Give us a call at 877-884-5280 or email us at email@example.com LinkedIn CO Podcast Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/6796606/ Facebook Government Contracting Network Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/GovernmentContractingNetwork ___________Kevin Jans and Paul Schauer created the Contracting Officer Podcast to help government and industry acquisition professionals understand more about how the other side thinks. As former government Contracting Officers who have also worked on the industry side, Kevin and Paul share their perspectives in support of the podcast's mission: Make government contracts better, one contract at a time.
Former Prime Minister Sir John Key says the current Government has no plan to open its borders or fix its managed isolation system. Sir John has called for less emphasis on fear as a way of encouraging people to get vaccinated against Covid-19. "If you want to get the young people who are not being vaccinated, to be vaccinated, take away some of their rights, Rhythm and Vines, nightclubs, bars, Air New Zealand flights," he told Morning Report. He also said the current government is leaving people stateless through its mismanagement of the borders and MIQ. "People are crying on TV and on radio stations, every single day, because they are stateless, they cannot come back to New Zealand." Sir John's plan comes out ahead of the National Party, which he used to lead, releasing its own one. He said he had not spoken to current leader Judith Collins before releasing his plan, but had done so after the fact. "I wasn't aware that they had announcement coming out. "But, what I can tell you is, they're gonna come out on Wednesday. I haven't seen it, but they've got some very smart people in there, I'm pretty sure you'll find that they'll come out with some fairly clear things."
Is the vaccine the mark of the beast? Should I take the vaccine? What about Romans 13? Here's what you can expect to gain from today's message. A peace and clarity about the vaccine. Biblical knowledge and confidence about when to submit and or resist governing authorities. We hope you enjoy today's message.
Auckland businesses are calling for immediate targeted support from the Government before it's too late. The city centre business association, Heart of the City, says the loss of consumer spending in the Level 4 lockdown is $110 million. Heart of the City chief executive Viv Beck says fixed costs are a killer - and businesses need help now. She spoke to Corin Dann.
Iceland's new government has more women in power than men for the first time ever, as final results from the national election come in. Voters in Iceland elected 33 women to govern the country, which has been ranked the most gender-equal in the world for 12 years straight by the World Economic Forum. The current government is made up of Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir's Left-Green Movement, the conservative Independence Party and the centrist-agrarian Progressive Party. With the Left-Green Movement losing ground and having eight other parties fighting for the reins, it's unclear who will be handed the mandate to form the next government. Copenhagen's Polar Research and Policy Initiative fellow Mikkel Schøler spoke to Susie Ferguson.
One of our big seven things we really care about at TARTLE is government and corporate transparency. Normally, when this topic comes up, we are calling one or the other out for their lack of transparency. Today, we actually get to go the other way for once. That is thanks to the governor of Alaska who recently ordered the justice department to investigate the state's health department. If that sounds unusual, it is. Governments typically don't publically announce that they are investigating themselves. What could have prompted the unusual action? It turns out Alaska's Health Department has been using data in ways that not the governor disapprove of, they may also have violated federal HIPAA laws. As with so many other things in the last year and a half, the situation was prompted by COVID. What they did was set a program to call senior citizens in Anchorage and enquire as to their vaccination status. The health department also outsourced that particular activity to third-party contractors. The program was begun to help people understand and take advantage of the availability of the COVID 19 vaccines. However, there are several questions to be asked. Did the seniors of Anchorage actually need any help with this? Did they ask for it? Did the health department actually ask them? What about the data? Whether or not a person has a particular vaccine is sensitive medical data, data that should not be getting shared with a third party, the ones doing the actual work. Finally, one has to wonder just what the state was doing with that data in the first place. Public emergency or not, the government should not have that kind of information about individuals. How did they acquire it and for what reason did they do so? Once data starts to get shared like that, from one group to the next, it becomes harder and harder to track exactly what is being done with it. The sovereignty over the data has been lost and anonymity, in this case, is obviously also compromised. From those third parties, a patient's data could be sold virtually anywhere, including their identity. Fortunately, once news of the program got out (thanks to one of Anchorage citizens blowing the whistle), the governor stopped it and ordered the investigation. In at least this instance, Governor Mike Dunleavy showed real leadership. Not only did he shut down the program, he ordered the investigation, and even more importantly, did so publically. And it gets better. Dunleavy ordered a full review of all the data sharing agreements for the state, promising to put policies in place that would prevent such a thing from ever happening again. It isn't often you see this kind of transparency coming from the government. For that, he should be commended. www.tartle.co Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
Before one can truly govern themself under the King's government, one must be familiar with Christ's governing principle of individuality. Both your person and your family are authorized to be like no other.The other 6 days a week, Sean Morgan hosts shows about defeating America's enemies through civic solutions. On Sundays, he interviews author Barry H. Durmaz about Christ's Kingdom government principles for spiritual solutions to America's problems.Subscribe To Podcast and Video Channels:http://SundayScriptures.orgSocial Links: https://linktr.ee/SundayScripturesForPatriotsBarry H. Durmaz:https://LibertyIsTheLaw.usSupport and Love our Mission —Join our Treasure Team!https://www.libertyisthelaw.us/treasure_volunteerSean Morgan:https://SeanMorganReport.comKeep me on the front lines of the digital battlefield by supporting my work here: https://donorbox.org/seanmorganreportSponsors Who Support Our Ministry:Get a Free Gold Consultation.Call Dr. Kirk Elliott at +1 720-605-3900 https://SovereignAdvisors.net/pages/seanmorgan/Is the corporate coffee you drink contributing to America's decline?Support A Christian Patriot Coffee Companyhttps://www.TheGreatAwakeningCoffee.com/QFAQDiscount Code: QFAQHero Soap Company makes natural soap that is healthier for you and your family using essential oils, goats milk, and coconut oil. If you have sensitive or dry skin, it's perfect for you.Every purchase helps the heroes like homeless vets get a place to live. Go to www.HeroSoapCompany.com/discount/qfaqCoupon Code QFAQSupport the show by text message:Text GIVE to 801801 to donate any amount to campaign 253494Scriptures Referenced In This Episode:Psalm 96: 1-51 Corinthians 12: 4-11John 8:36Matthew 22: 36-40Support the show (https://donorbox.org/seanmorganreport)
Dennis R Wiles FBC Arlington September 26, 2021 2021 A JOURNEY OF FAITH Celebrating 150 Years of Ministry: Appreciating Our Past Anticipating Our Future FALL 2021 What Do You Believe? September 5 – November 6, 2021 What Do You Believe About the Government? Romans 13:1-7 Fall 2021: What Do You Believe? Romans 13:1-7 Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God. Consequently, whoever rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves. For rulers hold no terror for those who do right, but for those who do wrong. Do you want to be free from fear of the one in authority? Then do what is right and you will be commended. For the one in authority is God's servant for your good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for rulers do not bear the sword for no reason. They are God's servants, agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer. Therefore, it is necessary to submit to the authorities, not only because of possible punishment but also as a matter of conscience. This is also why you pay taxes, for the authorities are God's servants, who give their full time to governing. Give to everyone what you owe them: If you owe taxes, pay taxes; if revenue, then revenue; if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor. PLACE OF GOVERNMENT Derivative Authority Order Common Good Justice Limited Scope POSTURE OF CHRISTIANS TOWARD GOVERNMENT Submission Support Struggle
It's the end of the Merkel era in Germany. We take a look at the faith and politics of this remarkable leader who has been at the helm of Europe's largest economy for almost 16 years. Then, we step a little further back in German history to explore the life and work of Karl Barth, a prolific theologian who was one of the main authors of the Barmen Declaration – a document resisting the Nazification of the church.
With gas prices soaring, and energy companies going bust, is it time for the Government to intervene? And while the Business and Energy Secretary described events as a “perfect storm”, how much of that storm was warned about, and even self-inflicted? Former energy trader and co-founder of one of the UK's largest green energy suppliers, Amit Gudka tells Alex Andreou why Britain is so exposed to volatile prices, what the Government should be doing to solve the crisis, and if Brexit is to blame.“This is a sector where there have been very low margins for a while, putting a cap on prices only increases the pressure.” - Amit Gudka“If you nationalise the supply sector, with the UK being a net importer of gas, you do put yourself at risk to global price rises.” - Amit Gudka“Moving investment into batteries is the big challenge, but it's also a big opportunity.” - Amit GudkaPresented by Alex Andreou. Produced by Andrew Harrison. Assistant producers: Jelena Sofronijevic and Jacob Archbold. Music by Kenny Dickinson. Audio production by Alex Rees. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
True religious freedom means that all of us should be free to make healthcare decisions based on our own beliefs and circumstances – not the religious views of our bosses, doctors, or elected officials. But recent anti-choice legislation in Texas prevents millions of people from exercising this right. This week on State of Belief, Interfaith […]
The Commonwealth Government has launched a scheme for people to access compensation for serious adverse reactions to an approved COVID-19 vaccine. This podcast is in Russian. - Правительство Содружества запустило программу, позволяющую людям получить компенсацию в случае серьезных побочных реакций на одобренную вакцину от COVID-19. По программе "COVID-19 Vaccine Claim Scheme" австралийцам компенсируют медицинские расходы, такие как оплата за больницу, потерю дохода, а также боль и страдания, связанные с доказанной побочной реакцией на вакцину COVID-19.
China issues ban on Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency again and this FUD drove the prices down. Big US crypto regulations news with the U.S. House of Representatives has included a crypto provision in this year's version of the annual defense budget bill, The National Defense Authorization Act. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse talks on FoxBusiness about SEC XRP lawsuit, Gary Gensler and Jay Clayton's conflict of interest. Bitcoin startup Moon has raised $2.1 million to expand its partnerships and offer more types of e-commerce crypto payments. American multinational investment bank JPMorgan has revealed that institutional investors are starting to shy away from Bitcoin futures in favor of Ether derivatives.
Governments in America are running headlong into a dictatorship, tyranny, and despotism. Yet, the majority of the American people stand by and do nothing. They watch as their representatives, employees they hired to exercise their power in their name, turn more and more citizens into subjects and slaves....
Joseph from Hawaii wants to stop judging himself and others. Shelby from Oklahoma says he encounters lots of women lying as a social worker. Taking the mask too far…; --- Theresa from Tulsa, OK says her son won't listen to her to not take the vaccine. Iron dome funding…; Siraj from Minnesota asks Jesse what he thinks about Larry Elder's loss.
Don't look now, but black Americans are more vaccine hesitant than most other groups of Americans. And for good reason. The GOP's director of Black Media Affairs Paris Denard wonders aloud with Stigall if Democrats are inadvertently running black voters away from Biden. And speaking of the vaccine, there's more to the story than simply the shot. Fox News Medical Contributor Dr. Nichole Saphire – author of “Panic Attack” discusses therapies the politics of the day simply won't allow discussed.
We discuss the current (declining) state of education in America and why Christian parents should be aware and moved to action. Plus, we look at some alarming news stories coming out of the universities including their blatant agenda to radicalize students to be social justice activists; Dr. Duke also exposes the dishonest, re-written history being taught today. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
Summary: High returns on investments are being seen with mobile home parks, and today Charlotte Dunford comes on the show to talk about this sector of real estate. Her area of focus is Johns Creek, and their niche is small to medium mobile home parks—which are often overlooked but do extremely well. This is a great area to invest in due to the fact that there is always going to be a need for affordable housing, and the demand is ever-growing. Highlights: -How do you get a higher return on your investment? This can come from investing in mobile home parks -John's Creek Capital is an area of focus -They are actively sourcing deals and investing in this market -Their niche is small to medium mobile home parks, which they get at incredible cap rates—this niche is often overlooked -Focused on the midwest and southeast -There is a lot of room to grow -Once the mom and pop mobile home parks are consolidated, there is not much money left -There is always going to be a need for affordable housing -The supply of mobile home parks is fixed, which means the demand is ever-growing -They grew through the pandemic—there has been a halt on evictions -Government agencies have been issuing a lot of rental assistance to tenants -The mobile home park industry is somewhat protected -They don't own the homes; they own the parking lot -The screening process for tenants is very rigorous -The mobile home part tenant is like a stakeholder in your business Useful Links: Financial Survival Network John's Creek Capital
The FDA recently blew past a court-set deadline for reviewing nicotine vaping products, a move that has left the entire vaping industry in legal limbo. Steve Forbes on vaping versus smoking tobacco, on what the FDA is getting wrong and on how it is prohibiting smokers from employing a relatively safe, highly effective tool to give up a habit that is the leading cause of lung cancer.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Read a transcript of this episode on FT.comhttps://www.ft.com/content/74160c71-c5b0-435c-9c09-1c5e9572bb1cGerman voters head to the poll this weekend and the FT's Berlin correspondent, Erika Solomon, previews this momentous election. Turkey's central bank unexpectedly cut its benchmark interest rate on Thursday despite accelerating inflation that had already turned borrowing costs negative in real terms. A German foreign policy advisor lashed out at the US about the new Aukus security pact. And US Treasury prices dropped and yields rose on Thursday as traders reacted to the prospect of higher interest rates. Government bond yields rise as investors look to rate rises - with Kate Duguid https://www.ft.com/content/41481456-0bc1-4c54-8e54-05e2ab4042ebTurkey cuts interest rate to send lira tumbling as inflation soars - Ayla Jean Yackley https://www.ft.com/content/ad0f061a-7494-4ff3-be30-c5e8436cfaa9Aukus security pact is ‘insult to a Nato partner', says Merkel adviserhttps://www.ft.com/content/dfc4f860-c178-4c2a-a46c-c5f4e5595b1aGermany's election: a new era of uncertain coalition politics - with Erika Solomon https://www.ft.com/content/1fb608e3-1b57-4361-894e-7dc1d1a5abfdThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Gavin Kallmann, Michael Bruning, and Persis Love. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On The Cloud Pod this week, AWS releases OpenSearch and EKS Anywhere, Google Cloud is now available in the Toronto region, and Microsoft deals with two critical security issues. A big thanks to this week's sponsors: Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. JumpCloud, which offers a complete platform for identity, access, and device management — no matter where your users and devices are located. This week's highlights
Project Veritas does it again with another bombshell leaked video, this time featuring an employee from the FDA. In the video, the FDA employee admits that the government has a price per life lost to the COVID vaccine, and even acknowledges that black and brown Americans are most impacted by vaccine mandates. Exposing what the 4th branch of government really thinks of you, Charlie plays clip by clip with his exclusive analysis. Then turning his sites to Florida, Charlie details a case in point from DeSantis' new Surgeon General, on why the media wants to smear their new parental rights policy, and how states have the right, and the power, to push back against the federal government. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You have to laugh at a White House Press complaining about their lack of access and transparency from the Biden administration. Stigall and Emerald Robinson from NewsMax discuss the questions they can't seem to answer or simply don't want to as the walls seem to be closing in on them related to the border, Afghanistan, COVID, race relations, and more. And Julie Kelly from American Greatness returns to expose the rot inside the FBI and DOJ – specifically related to the “J-6” detainees in Washington.
This week, President Joe Biden rolled out a large-scale federal mandate requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for two-thirds of the American workforce, impacting more than 100 million people across the public and private sectors. Some lawmakers have already called the mandate unconstitutional, and Arizona is the first state to sue to block it. This week on The Experiment: As the struggle between individual liberty and public safety rages, we revisit the story of the first Supreme Court battle over vaccines, waged more than 100 years ago. This episode of The Experiment originally ran on March 25, 2021. A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back. Further reading: “Why Biden Bet It All on Mandates,” “Not Getting Vaccinated to Own Your Fellow Libs,” “‘Post-Vax COVID' Is a New Disease” Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This episode was produced by Julia Longoria and Gabrielle Berbey, with editing by Katherine Wells. Fact-check by Will Gordon. Sound design by David Herman. Transcript by Caleb Codding. Music by Ob (“Wold”), Parish Council (“Leaving the TV on at Night,” “Museum Weather,” “P Lachaise”), Alecs Pierce (“Harbour Music, Parts I & II”), Laundry (“Lawn Feeling”), water feature (“richard iii (duke of gloucester)”), Keyboard (“Mu”), and naran ratan (“Forevertime Journeys”), provided by Tasty Morsels. Additional music by Dieterich Buxtehude (“Prelude and Fugue in D Major”), Johannes Brahms (“Quintet for Clarinet, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello in B Minor”), and Andrew Eric Halford and Aidan Mark Laverty (“Edge of a Dream”).