Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed some climate bills this week that will make Michigan utility companies to get all of their energy from clean energy by the year 2040. Bridge Michigan's breaking news reporter Janelle James sits down with MichMash host Cheyna Roth to detail how this new legislation will unfold.
Captain William Bligh, born on September 9, 1754, in Plymouth, England, was a British naval officer and explorer known for his remarkable survival story after the mutiny on the HMS Bounty in 1789. Bligh's early life involved exposure to maritime traditions, and he quickly rose through the ranks of the Royal Navy. He gained significant experience as a master's mate on James Cook's third voyage to the South Pacific.In 1787, Bligh was appointed as the commanding officer of the HMS Bounty, tasked with transporting breadfruit plants from Tahiti to the West Indies. The prolonged stay in Tahiti led to a mutiny on April 28, 1789, with Fletcher Christian leading the rebellion. Bligh and 18 loyal crew members were cast adrift in an open boat.The subsequent open boat journey, lasting 47 days, showcased Bligh's exceptional navigational skills and leadership. Despite the harrowing conditions, Bligh successfully guided his crew to safety in Timor, a Dutch-controlled island. His survival story became legendary, and he was exonerated of any wrongdoing in subsequent inquiries.Bligh continued his naval career, facing controversies such as the Rum Rebellion during his tenure as Governor of New South Wales in 1808. Despite challenges, he left an enduring legacy as a skilled navigator, resilient leader, and a symbol of courage in the face of adversity. Captain William Bligh's name remains synonymous with the extraordinary open boat journey and his indomitable spirit at sea.(commercial at 5:59)to contact me:email@example.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
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Captain William Bligh, born on September 9, 1754, in Plymouth, England, was a British naval officer and explorer known for his remarkable survival story after the mutiny on the HMS Bounty in 1789. Bligh's early life involved exposure to maritime traditions, and he quickly rose through the ranks of the Royal Navy. He gained significant experience as a master's mate on James Cook's third voyage to the South Pacific.In 1787, Bligh was appointed as the commanding officer of the HMS Bounty, tasked with transporting breadfruit plants from Tahiti to the West Indies. The prolonged stay in Tahiti led to a mutiny on April 28, 1789, with Fletcher Christian leading the rebellion. Bligh and 18 loyal crew members were cast adrift in an open boat.The subsequent open boat journey, lasting 47 days, showcased Bligh's exceptional navigational skills and leadership. Despite the harrowing conditions, Bligh successfully guided his crew to safety in Timor, a Dutch-controlled island. His survival story became legendary, and he was exonerated of any wrongdoing in subsequent inquiries.Bligh continued his naval career, facing controversies such as the Rum Rebellion during his tenure as Governor of New South Wales in 1808. Despite challenges, he left an enduring legacy as a skilled navigator, resilient leader, and a symbol of courage in the face of adversity. Captain William Bligh's name remains synonymous with the extraordinary open boat journey and his indomitable spirit at sea.(commercial at 5:59)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.orgThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: There is a concern out of the Governor's Office that came to light last night that Texas property tax cuts, Teacher Retirement System cost of living raises, and everything else we voted on in November could be in jeopardy due to lawsuits filed in Travis County challenging things to do with the election.Because of this the Texas Senate, which was in special session today, rushed through a bill but it's yet to be seen if that bill will solve any of the potential problems. I explain why there is reason to be concerned but that likely things will work out without a major crisis.Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.RIP Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, El Paso-born and high school graduate, dead at 93.Texas sales tax collections increased in November but the report shows serious slowing in part of the economy. The Baker Hughes oil an gas rotary drilling rig count was up again this week in Texas.HD60: Abbott endorses against Rep. Glenn Rogers, backing Mike Olcott this time around. Abbott endorsed known RINO Rogers last election. And more political news including a friend, Mary Hernandez, announcing for the GOP nomination for Lubbock County commissioner, Precinct 3.RIP Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, El Paso-born and high school graduate, dead at 93.Lawman and executive director of the Sheriffs' Association of Texas resigns; accused of “misappropriation of funds.” Attorney General's office is investigating. Director and longtime lawman and Steve Westbrook resigned and was ordered to surrender his peace officer's license.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our radio and streaming affiliates.www.PrattonTexas.com
Jeremy Kuzmarov - Warmonger - How Clinton's Malign Foreign Policy Launched the US Trajectory from Bush II to BidenNovember 17During the 2016 presidential election, many younger voters repudiated Hillary Clinton because of her husband's support for mass incarceration, banking deregulation and free-trade agreements that led many U.S. jobs to be shipped overseas. Warmonger: How Clinton's Malign Foreign Policy Launched the Trajectory from Bush II to Biden, shows that Clinton's foreign policy was just as bad as his domestic policy. Cultivating an image as a former anti-Vietnam War activist to win over the aging hippie set in his early years, as president, Clinton bombed six countries and, by the end of his first term, had committed U.S. troops to 25 separate military operations, compared to 17 in Ronald Reagan's two terms. Clinton further expanded America's covert empire of overseas surveillance outposts and spying and increased the budget for intelligence spending and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a CIA offshoot which promoted regime change in foreign nations. The latter was not surprising because, according to CIA operative Cord Meyer Jr., Clinton had been recruited into the CIA while a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, and as Governor of Arkansas in the 1980s he had allowed clandestine arms and drug flights to Nicaraguan counter-revolutionaries (Contras) backed by the CIA to be taken from Mena Airport in the western part of the state. Rather than being a time of tranquility when the U.S. failed to pay attention to the gathering storm of terrorism, as New York Times columnist David Brooks frames it, the Clinton presidency saw rising tensions among the U.S., China and Russia because of Clinton's malign foreign policies, and U.S. complicity in terrorist acts. In so many ways, Clinton's presidency set the groundwork for the disasters that were to follow under Bush II, Obama, Trump, and Biden. It was Clinton--building off of Reagan--who first waged a War on Terror ridden with double standards, one that adopted terror tactics, including extraordinary rendition, bombing and the use of drones. It was Clinton who cried wolf about human rights abuses and the need to protect beleaguered peoples from genocide to justify military intervention in a post-Cold War age. And it was Clinton's administration that pressed for regime change in Iraq and raised public alarm about the mythic WMDs--all while relying on fancy new military technologies and private military contractors to distance US shady military interventions from the public to limit dissent.Jeremy Kuzmarov talks to Ed Opperman about his surprising and highly researched new book.BookThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
The recent developments in the Israel-Hamas war as the ceasefire comes to an end. Also, Rep. George Santos faces a vote on his expulsion today from Congress after a refusal to resign. Plus, the highlights and moments from a debate between Governor's Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis. And, actor Felicity Huffman speaks out about her involvement in the college admissions scandal for the first time.
It might be the most unusual event of this campaign season: California Governor Gavin Newsom is set to face off Thursday night against Governor – and GOP presidential candidate – Ron DeSantis of Florida in a Fox News-sponsored debate. What will this clash of two rising political stars from two of the nation's most populous states reveal about issues like abortion, immigration, homelessness and our political moment? We'll bring you a recap and analysis of the debate, which is being held in Georgia and moderated by Fox host Sean Hannity. Guests: Melanie Mason, senior political correspondent covering California politics, Politico Joe Garofoli, senior political writer, San Francisco Chronicle Taryn Luna, staff writer covering California politics, LA Times
On the 353rd edition of Wrestling With the Dawg Podcast at FlairFlop.com, Eric Allen and Joe Drilling of OnTheStick.com join the Dirty Dawg Darsie to review Mankind v. the Rock for the vacant WWF Championship (and the whole PPV) from WWF Survivor Series 1998! They talk about Jesse Ventura being elected Governor of Minnesota, if Eric Bischoff as a heel "promotor" worked on TV, and so much more! Please support WhenItWasCool.com! Patreon.com/WIWCool/ Patreon.com/DirtyDawgMES/ Shoutout to INNESX for the Undertaker "You're Gonna Pay" theme. Check out his work at: https://www.youtube.com/@innesx_/videos
Christine Todd Whitman is the Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the States United Democracy Center and the former Governor of New Jersey. She joins Tavis to explore her career in government and the current state of US politics.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (11/30/2023): 3:05pm- On Wednesday, billionaire Elon Musk spoke with New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York City. During the conversation, Musk reacted to advertisers—like Disney, NBC Universal, Paramount, and Apple—pulling their money from X (the social media platform formally known as Twitter) due to disagreements over content permitted to exist on the platform, explaining: “If someone is going to try to blackmail me with advertising, black mail me with money—go f*** yourself.” He then said, “Hi, Bob!”—referencing Disney CEO Bob Iger who was attending the event. 3:30pm- While speaking with Andrew Ross Sokin, Elon Musk was forced to concede that without advertising dollars, X will go bankrupt and ultimately “be gone.” Though he defiantly told the audience at the 2023 DealBook Summit: “Let the chips fall where they may…What I care about is the reality of goodness not the perception of it. And what I see all over the place is people care about looking good while doing evil. F*** them.” 3:45pm- Chico Harlan, of The Washington Post, documents that although the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is hosting the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) later this week, they are simultaneously “ramping up its oil production capacity like never before.” You can read the full article here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/2023/11/21/uae-dubai-cop28-oil-solar/ 3:50pm- In an opinion piece featured in The Wall Street Journal, Bjorn Lomborg—a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution—writes: “World leaders are gathering in Dubai for another climate conference, which will no doubt yield heady promises along the lines of the 2015 Paris climate agreement to keep the global temperature's rise ‘well below' 2 degrees Celsius and pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5 degrees. But they'd be wiser not to. New research shows how extravagant climate promises are far more wasteful than useful… peer-reviewed paper from MIT economists identifies the cost of holding the temperature's rise below 1.5 degrees as well as that of achieving net zero globally by 2050. The researchers find that these Paris policies would cost 8% to 18% of annual GDP by 2050 and 11% to 13% annually by 2100.” You can read the full editorial here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/net-zero-fails-the-cost-benefit-test-paris-climate-accord-cop28-748ae52d?mod=opinion_lead_pos6 4:05pm- On Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the weaponization of the federal government. During the hearing, independent journalist Michael Shellenberger testified that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) violated the First Amendment in 2020 when it actively censored political content on Twitter and Facebook. Shellenberger concluded that the campaign of censorship amounted to election interference—encouraging Congress to dismantle government organizations whose actions were violative of the Constitution. 4:25pm- Rich yells at Henry for using the Red Hot Chili Peppers as return music. Plus, the Philadelphia Eagles' week 15 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks will now take place on Monday, December 18th. It's the first time the NFL has ever used flex scheduling for a Monday Night Football game. 4:40pm- Earlier this week, the sports blog Deadspin wrongfully accused a young Kansas City Chiefs fan of wearing blackface and of mocking Native American culture during the Chiefs-Raiders game on Sunday—angling the photo to only show half of the child's face and failing to note that the face paint was black and red, the team's colors. The social media platform X added a Community Notes correction to Deadspin's original, inaccurate, post. Even Elon Musk felt compelled to set the record straight, praising Community Notes for “exposing deception.” It was later revealed that Holden Armenta, the child unjustly targeted by Deadspin, is Native American. You can read more here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/mother-of-young-chiefs-fan-accused-of-racism-says-he-is-native-american 4:50pm- Dave Huber—Associate Editor for The College Fix—joins The Rich Zeoli Show revealing Deadspin columnist Carron J. Phillips, the individual responsible for the inaccurate article smearing a young Kansas City Chiefs fan, has a history of making controversial statements. 5:05pm- Former Republican Nominee for Governor of Michigan Tudor Dixon joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Governor Gretchen Whitmer's (D-MI) new, extreme green energy mandates. The bill, which she signed into law on Tuesday, requires utility companies in Michigan to generate 100% of their energy through renewable sources by 2040. You can listen to The Tudor Dixon Podcast here: https://www.tudordixon.com 5:20pm- On Wednesday, Vice President Kamala Harris spoke with New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York City where she baselessly insisted that “Russia interfered in the 2016 election.” Isn't former President Donald Trump currently being criminally prosecuted for questioning the validity of the 2020 election? There appears to be a massive prosecutorial double standard. 5:35pm- Anders Hagstorm of Fox News writes: “A New York appeals court reinstated a gag order preventing former President Donald Trump from maligning court staffers on Thursday. New York Judge Arthur Engoron had initially issued the gag order in early October after Trump lashed out at one of his law clerks on social media. Trump is currently fighting accusations of business fraud leveled by New York Attorney General Letitia James.” You can read the full article here: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/appeals-court-reinstates-gag-order-trump-fraud-case 5:40pm- While appearing on the Patrick Bet-David podcast, News Nation host Chris Cuomo said he would be open to voting for Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election. 6:05pm- According to a report from WCVB Boston, Harvard University will offer a for-credit course centered around the music of Taylor Swift—300 students have already enrolled in the class. 6:15pm- Snejana Farberov of The New York Post writes: “A veteran Ohio criminal defense attorney has been suspended for pooping in a Pringles can that he then dumped outside a victim advocacy center—admitting he regularly pulled such stinky stunts to ‘blow off steam.' Jack Blakeslee's stomach-churning habit emerged as he was suspended from practicing law for a year, with six months stayed, in a 13-page state Supreme Court opinion.” You can read the full article here: https://nypost.com/2023/11/30/news/lawyer-suspended-for-dumping-poop-filled-pringles-can/ 6:30pm- The Associated Press writes that there has been a concerning “surge in respiratory illnesses across China that has drawn the attention of the World Health Organization.” China's health ministry has claimed the uptick “is caused by the flu and other known pathogens and not by a novel virus.” You can read more here: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/11/26/china-respiratory-illnesses-cause-flu-pathogens-00128637 6:40pm- In his latest article, Sean Trende of Real Clear Politics argues that not only can Donald Trump win the 2024 presidential election, but that he should be favored to win. Trende writes: “Trump leads Biden by 2.6 percentage points nationally in the RealClearPolitics Average. This is Trump's largest lead in the RCP average to date. Not for 2024, mind you. Ever.” You can read the full article here: https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2023/11/28/no_really_biden_is_in_trouble_against_trump.html
Hosts: Leah Murray and Abby Osborne IOC names SLC preferred host of 2034 Winter Olympics: What’s next? Probably one of the biggest news of the week for Utah… The International Olympic Committee named Salt Lake City the preferred host for the 2034 Winter Olympic Games. Steve Starks, CEO of the Larry H. Miller Company and the Governor’s Olympic and Paralympic Advisor, joins the show to explain the process it takes to get us here and what the next steps are to make us the official host. KSL Investigative team files motion to release the Attorney General’s calendar The year-long battle to give the public access to the Attorney General's schedule continued on Wednesday with a call for a summary judgment from KSL. KSL Investigative Reporter Daniella Rivera joins the show to discuss why her team is looking into this and why the Attorney General might be so resistant to sharing it with the public. Utah’s 2nd Congressional District’s newest representative: Celeste Maloy Congresswoman Celeste Maloy is now the official representative of Utah’s 2nd Congressional District. She was sworn in by Speaker Mike Johnson on Tuesday, meaning she’s already started getting to work. She joins the show to share her experience that day and what her plans are going forward. New report shows DEI efforts losing momentum All across America there are DEI initiatives, from higher education to corporate board rooms. However, these words have recently become politicized. Ginger Chinn, Vice President of Public Policy at the Salt Lake Chamber, joins the show to talk us through where Salt Lake companies stand on this issue and whether she thinks the Supreme Court’s ruling on race conscious admissions is causing the turmoil. The legacy of former secretary of state Henry Kissinger Henry Kissinger died yesterday at 100 years old. He was Secretary of State for Richard Nixon, and he has a very complicated legacy. Leah and Abby share a conversation about some of his greatest achievements. Student attacks teacher in Kearns High School classroom An assault on a teacher by a special needs student this past Tuesday at Kearns High School ended in a physical altercation with two more administrators and the detainment of the 14 year-old student. How do we address these kinds of issues, and how can we provide a safer environment for teachers and students? SLC International Airport ranked third most reliable mega airport A recently released 2023 North America Airport Satisfaction Study ranked Salt Lake City International Airport as the third most reliable mega airport, even in the midst of considerable construction. Bill Wyat, Executive Director of the SLC Department of Airports, joins the show to discuss what this means for the future of the airport and what we can look forward to in the next two phases of renovation. Ski season is back! The snow was a bit delayed this year, but we have some good news for our avid skiers… Utah’s ski resorts are slowly opening back up for the season. Snowbasin Ski Resort opened today and frequent skier Jack Wilde was up there for first chair. He joins Leah and Abby to share the exciting experience he had.
Hosts: Leah Murray and Abby Osborne Probably one of the biggest news of the week for Utah… The International Olympic Committee named Salt Lake City the preferred host for the 2034 Winter Olympic Games. Steve Starks, CEO of the Larry H. Miller Company and the Governor’s Olympic and Paralympic Advisor, joins the show to explain the process it takes to get us here and what the next steps are to make us the official host.
North Carolina on Friday became the 40th state to expand Medicaid, opening the health insurance program to 600,000 people — many of them the working poor. It brings a multibillion-dollar infusion for the state's health care providers. Also: Gov. Roy Cooper tapped Democratic up-and-comer Jessica Holmes, a former Wake County commissioner, for state auditor's job, which opened after the current auditor decided to resign in the wake of a charge for misusing a state vehicle. WRAL state government reporters Travis Fain and Will Doran break down the week that was.
Season 5 Episode 37: In this episode, Pete Codella, managing director of business services at the Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity, talks with Chad Linebaugh, president and general manager of Sundance Resort. Linebaugh shares his Utah story, discussing his love for the state and his passion for outdoor activities like skiing and hiking. He details his journey in the resort industry, starting as a waiter at Sundance in 1994 and eventually becoming the general manager. Linebaugh also mentions the history of the resort, its founder Robert Redford's vision, and its commitment to environmental preservation. Linebaugh also discusses different aspects of Sundance, from its seasonal activities and the impact of early snowfall to challenges such as climate change and transportation issues. He discusses the resort's response to unfavorable weather, emphasizing its significant investment in snowmaking technology, provides insights into Sundance's visitation trends, and much more.
The Montana Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the state has the power to compel counties to collect a property tax that helps fund public schools. Nearly all counties in the state had banded together to collect less than the full tax.
North Dakota Governor Kristi Noem joins Sean to celebrate her birthday and, more importantly, to talk about how our failing economy is impacting her state. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and California Gov. Gavin Newsom are set to debate this week on whose state offers a better model for the country. However, according to watchdog group PEN America, DeSantis has been leading an "assault on free expression in Florida" that is unprecedented in recent U.S. history. The group has compared the two states' policies on various 1st Amendment issues, such as campus speech codes, book bans, and internet freedom. The debate, scheduled for Thursday night on Fox News, holds significance as both men have significant influence on the American right and left. DeSantis sees this as an opportunity to revive his presidential campaign, while Newsom aims to maintain his national stature amidst speculation of a 2028 run.
Former Republican Nominee for Governor of Michigan Tudor Dixon joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Governor Gretchen Whitmer's (D-MI) new, extreme green energy mandates. The bill, which she signed into law on Tuesday, requires utility companies in Michigan to generate 100% of their energy through renewable sources by 2040. You can listen to The Tudor Dixon Podcast here: https://www.tudordixon.com
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: Former Republican Nominee for Governor of Michigan Tudor Dixon joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Governor Gretchen Whitmer's (D-MI) new, extreme green energy mandates. The bill, which she signed into law on Tuesday, requires utility companies in Michigan to generate 100% of their energy through renewable sources by 2040. You can listen to The Tudor Dixon Podcast here: https://www.tudordixon.com On Wednesday, Vice President Kamala Harris spoke with New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York City where she baselessly insisted that “Russia interfered in the 2016 election.” Isn't former President Donald Trump currently being criminally prosecuted for questioning the validity of the 2020 election? There appears to be a massive prosecutorial double standard. Anders Hagstorm of Fox News writes: “A New York appeals court reinstated a gag order preventing former President Donald Trump from maligning court staffers on Thursday. New York Judge Arthur Engoron had initially issued the gag order in early October after Trump lashed out at one of his law clerks on social media. Trump is currently fighting accusations of business fraud leveled by New York Attorney General Letitia James.” You can read the full article here: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/appeals-court-reinstates-gag-order-trump-fraud-case While appearing on the Patrick Bet-David podcast, News Nation host Chris Cuomo said he would be open to voting for Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election.
Here's your local news for Wednesday, November 29, 2023:We share an update on the Dane County Jail project, which is facing more budgetary issues,Investigate why government officials use secret email addresses - and the potential consequences,Learn why so many communities across the state still use lead pipes,Continue our conversation with a professional hairstylist,Broadcast the most in-depth weather report on the airwaves,Travel back in time to December 1969,And much more.
KSL's Top Story: The parade of athletes.... the gold medal ceremonies... and the world's attention are all coming back to Salt Lake City. Sure... you'll be 10 years older when it happens... but Utah is betting the wait will be worth it.
Tune in here as we're joined live in studio by former Governor of] Arkansas Mike Huckabee and NC Congressional candidate Mark Harris on The Brett Winterble Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Reserve Bank struck a hawkish tone on Wednesday with its final monetary statement of the year. As expected it kept the cash rate unchanged at 5.5 percent but explicitly added the threat of a rate rise because of concerns that the surge in migration will stoke inflation pressures that are already too high, through rents, house prices, and extra spending in the economy. RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr agrees it was also an intentional shot across the bows of banks and finance firms who've been betting on early rate cuts next year, but says the inflation risk and potential rate rises are also real. RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr talking to business editor Gyles Beckford.
“She's six.” These are the words we hear in a clip of The Figurehead Biden when he asks a little girl if she is 17. Normally you could say, “oh, goofy old Joe,” except this is a guy who grabs little girls' breasts on film. He is probably a pedophile and is the perfect man for the times we are in. He is not just owned by the flesh in that sense; he is owned mentally because he is so decrepit. What do we do? We are going to talk about Galatians 5:17, and that will serve as the through-line in this discussion. We also talk about the National Guard that was called up and then canceled on January 6th and CNN announcing that there is a huge difference between Trump and Biden in the document scandal, and Tony Blair's solution to the migrant crisis.What does God's Word say? Galatians 5:17For the desires of the flesh are against the Spirit, and the desires of the Spirit are against the flesh, for these are opposed to each other, to keep you from doing the things you want to do.Episode 1,241 Links:Joe Biden asks a little girl if she's 17. Another girl replies: “No, she's six”3 Of The So-Called “Trans” People Eulogized By Biden Admin Died Attacking Innocent StrangersJoe Biden says that climate change is the “ONLY existential threat to humanity!” Do you agree with him? BIDEN: “I want to talk about Gov. Newsom, want to thank him. He's been one hell of a Governor, man — matter of fact — he could be anything he wants. He could have the job I'm looking for.MMA legend, Conor McGregor is apparently being investigated for hate crimes for posting this in response the Ireland's Prime Minister pretending the girl was “lost."Speaking as part of the WEF's annual 'Cyber Polygon' event, in July 2020, former UK PM Tony Blair—who was instrumental in opening the UK's floodgates to mass, uncontrolled immigration—touts the necessity of digital ID for determining "who has the right to be in your country". "Inevitably, governments are going to move in this direction. Absolutely inevitably." He also hints at its role in the implementation of CBDC, and determining people's health status during the Covid-19 pseudo-pandemic.Stanley Johnson—the elitist, depopulation obsessed father of Boris Johnson—admits it's "part of the national plan" that the peasants will no longer be able to fly, under the incoming 'carbon allowance' system. "If that means, actually, some of us are told 'well you can't go on a plane', that's fine. That's part of the national plan."CNN announces that Special Counsel Robert Hur will NOT be bringing charges against ANYONE in connection to his investigation of how then-Vice President Biden and his team over how they handled classified documents. CNN's Brianna Keilar and Paula Reid say Hur's team has "been fastidious" amid "this false equivalence some critics of Biden's" tried "to make between Biden and Trump and handling of classified materials.'Special Counsel Lets Biden Off Scot-Free In Classified Docs Case While DOJ Tries To Imprison Trump For The Same ThingWhy was the National Guard called up and then canceled on Jan. 6th?? We will soon find out. It is simple tho. . the Dems wanted chaos...because it benefited THEM!4Patriots https://4Patriots.com/Todd See this week's discounts and deals before they are gone and get free shipping on orders over $97. 4Patriots.com/Todd Alan's Soaps https://alanssoaps.com/TODD Use coupon code ‘TODD' to save an additional 10% off the bundle price. BiOptimizers https://bioptimizers.com/todd Use promo code TODD for 10% off your order plus up to $100 of free product with purchase. Bonefrog https://bonefrogcoffee.com/todd Enter promo code TODD at checkout to receive 10% off your first purchase and save 15% on subscriptions. Bulwark Capital https://KnowYourRiskRadio.com Sign up for the final FREE Live Webinar of the year at KnowYourRiskRadio.com Space is limited. HumanN http://americalovesbeets.com Get a free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full-sized bag of Turmeric Chews only at http://americalovesbeets.com SOTA Weight Loss https://sotaweightloss.com SOTA Weight Loss is, say it with me now, STATE OF THE ART! GreenHaven Interactive Digital Marketing https://greenhaveninteractive.com Your Worldclass Website Will Get Found on Google!
Congressman Mike Lawler joins Sid to discuss the probable expulsion of his colleague George Santos and then to talk about why he's suing the Governor of New York State, Kathy Hochul. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Professor Avinash Persaud is special envoy to the Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley and emeritus professor at Gresham College in the UK. He, along with PM Mottley, helped design the Bridgetown Initiative in 2022 which laid out a path for reforming and ramping up the mobiliisation of climate finance to the developing world. The initiative has gathered vast international support and he's heading to COP28 in Dubai to work on advancing the climate development agenda.His career spreads across finance, academia and public policy, including positions as a former senior executive of J.P. Morgan, UBS, State Street, chairman of the CARICOM Commission on the Economy, chairman of the regulatory sub-committee of the UN Commission on Financial Reform and chairman of the Warwick Commission on International Financial Reform, Visiting Scholar at the IMF and a former Governor of the London School of Economics. Related EpisodesEpisode 2 with Rachel Kyte: https://www.cleaningup.live/episode-2-rachel-kyte/ LinksRead an initial press release of the Bridgetown Initiative: https://pmo.gov.bb/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/The-2022-Bridgetown-Initiative.pdfRead a summary of the Bridgetown Initiative's key demands: https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/what-is-bridgetown-initiative-asking-paris-financial-summit-2023-06-20/Review PM Mottley's speech to COP27, outlining the need for the Bridgetown Initiatve: https://latinarepublic.com/2022/11/08/mia-mottley-prime-minister-of-barbados-speaks-at-the-opening-of-cop27/Explore the COP28 website: https://www.cop28.comRead this report on the difficult path ahead to a new loss-and-damage fund agreement at COP28: https://www.reuters.com/sustainability/sustainable-finance-reporting/impasse-broken-climate-fund-before-cop28-tough-road-ahead-2023-11-06
BoJack has a daughter?!? Ruh-roh! Unpacking some secret Horseman family history definitely won't unleash new levels of trauma on our cast! Probably... Maybe.... Hmm.... Meanwhile Mr. Peanutbutter is running for Governor of California, Diane is struggling with her thoughts (and prayers), Princess Carolyn has some big family and career decisions to make, and Todd has some bold ideas for better business. As always, Ben tries to recall the plot of every episode from memory, the hosts pick their two favourite episodes for a deep dive, we break down the new characters joining the show, and take a stab at the always tricky tongue twisters!
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In this episode, entrepreneur, author, and co-founder Mark Lewis, delves into his passion for facilitating business success, his unique interview techniques, and his concerns about people's goal-setting capabilities. He shares his and his wife's project, creating a children's book series to teach important life values. Mark also discusses his concern about society's self-centeredness, leading him to write a book and create the 'Give a Damn' philosophy. Furthermore, this conversation touches on Mark's enjoyment of simple pleasures, like playing with his dog, and his beliefs on the importance of showing gratitude and affirming others.As a former IBM employee, a multiple successful entrepreneur, a non-profit technology executive that helped Louisiana become one of the fastest growing technology states in the country, Mark coaches and consults entrepreneurs and small businesses for success by moderating multiple CEO Roundtables each year. He is a nationally acclaimed speaker and bestselling author of Give A Damn – The Ticket to Cultural Change. His work has been featured widely on 92KQRS, WWLTV and ABC. In 2005, he was selected by the Governor of Louisiana as Technology Leader of the year and was awarded the ‘Marshall Klein Louisiana Entrepreneur of the Year' Award. Furthermore, he just co-founded a new start up call Evolve Media AI. https://marklewisllc.com/about-mark/ Find the show at all of the cool spots below and find us at jasonfrazell.com/podcasts. Facebook Instagram
Andrew Arthur, Resident Fellow in Law and Policy at the Center for Immigration Studies, joins the Marc Cox Morning Show to discuss the oncoming Migrant Tsunami that is headed towards the US.
On this episode of The Life Shift Podcast, Sean Wilson shares how he transformed a daunting 50-year prison sentence at 17 into a life mission for societal change. His journey from incarceration to advocacy is a powerful narrative of resilience, growth, and empathy.Episode Highlights:Resilience and Learning in Adversity: Discover how Sean's resilience and quest for education within prison walls turned his life around.Empathy's Role in Breaking Violence: Sean's story showcases the vital role of empathy in enacting societal change and breaking cycles of violence.Fostering Change through Listening: Learn about the power of active listening and open conversations in Sean's efforts to unite communities and address systemic justice issues.Sean's Impactful Journey:Sean Wilson, the Organizing Director of Dream.Org's Justice team, shares his 17 years of lived experience within the criminal legal system. From managing the ACLU of Wisconsin's Smart Justice Campaign to serving on the Governor's Juvenile Justice Commission, Sean's insights offer profound perspectives on reform and progress.Stay Connected with Sean Wilson:Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefire_thistime/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012932197986Join The Life Shift Podcast Community:Subscribe to The Life Shift Podcast on Apple Podcasts and more.Rate us 5 stars and leave a review on Apple Podcasts.Access exclusive content on Patreon: https://patreon.com/thelifeshiftpodcastEngage with Me:Instagram: www.instagram.com/thelifeshiftpodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/thelifeshiftpodcastYouTube: https://bit.ly/thelifeshift_youtubeTwitter: www.twitter.com/thelifeshiftpodLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thelifeshiftpodcastWebsite: www.thelifeshiftpodcast.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Most people have probably never heard the name of Semi Bird, but Semi is a former green beret who is running for Governor of Washington in 2024. He catches up with Robbie about not only his life and ambitions to bring back common sense, but about being a staunch proponent of hunting, even though he comes from a non-hunting background. Support our Conservation Club Members: Welcome the International Order of T. Roosevelt to our Conservation Club https://t-roosevelt.org/ Visit the Landtrust website https://landtrust.com/ Shop Christensen Arms here https://christensenarms.com/ See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Podcast is brought to you by: Bushnell: https://www.bushnell.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Because of a new court ruling that just came down last week, the state of New York has just gotten one step closer to attaining the ultimate pandemic power—being able to designate certain classes of individuals as a health threat, forcibly relocating those individuals to specially designated “housing facilities” and keeping them there for as long as the government wants. They'd also have the power to control what that person does or does not do.