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The Perri Platform
EP 241: How Much Pollution Is Safe?

The Perri Platform

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 15:56


The Guardian published an article titled “chemical pollution has passed the safe limit for humanity”. We explore the various components of chemical pollution including plastics, pesticides, antibiotics and more. Then, we assess their various threat levels to not only humanity, but biodiversity as a whole.

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
92. Asteroid Investigating Solar Sail Spacecraft, 3 Billion Dollar Reverse Aging Startup, Neuralink Gearing Up For Human Clinical Trials

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 36:10


News: NASA Solar Sail Spacecraft to Chase Tiny Asteroid After Artemis I Launch | SciTechDaily (01:25) Launching with the Artemis I uncrewed test flight, NASA's shoebox-size Near-Earth Asteroid Scout will chase down what will become the smallest asteroid ever to be visited by a spacecraft. The asteroid being targeted is, 2020 GEnear-Earth asteroid (NEA) that is less than 60 feet (18 meters) in size Asteroids smaller than 330 feet (100 meters) across have never been explored up close before. The spacecraft will use its science camera to get a closer look, measuring the object's size, shape, rotation, and surface properties. It will ride as one of 10 secondary payloads aboard the powerful Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, which will launch no earlier than March 2022. After it is dispensed in space it will use stainless steel alloy booms to unfurl a solar sail that will expand from a small package to a sail about the size of a racquetball court, or 925 square feet (86 square meters).Will generate thrust by reflecting solar photons – quantum particles of light radiating from the Sun Sunlight acts as a constant force, so a tiny spacecraft equipped with a large solar sail can eventually travel many miles per second. Maneuver by tipping and tilting its sail to change the angle of sunlight The mission will act as a nimble scout for future human and robotic missions that may utilize asteroid resources – and will gain important planetary defense insights about this class of NEA. Julie Castillo-Rogez, the mission's principal science investigator, provides insight as to why looking at even small asteroids are important:“Although large asteroids are of most concern from a planetary defense perspective, objects like 2020 GE are far more common and can pose a hazard to our planet, despite their smaller size.”   Altos bursts out of stealth with $3B, a dream team C-suite and a wildly ambitious plan to reverse disease | FierceBiotech (08:11) Early details of Altos leaked out last year when MIT Technology Review reported Jeff Bezos had invested to support development of technology that could “revitalize entire animal bodies, ultimately prolonging human life.” The official reveal fleshes out the vision in more detail Hal Barron, M.D, the future CEO of Altos, provided a statement on the company:“It's clear from work by Shinya Yamanaka, and many others since his initial discoveries, that cells have the ability to rejuvenate, resetting their epigenetic clocks and erasing damage from a myriad of stressors. These insights, combined with major advances in a number of transformative technologies, inspired Altos to reimagine medical treatments where reversing disease for patients of any age is possible.” Yamanaka is a 2012 Nobel Prize winner for the discovery of the ‘Yamanaka factors' — four transcription factors (Oct3/4, Sox2, c-Myc and Klf4) that can reprogram cells to roll back cellular aging and repair tissues.  Altos is bringing in the biggest names in life sciences to staff out their C level positions at the company. The team will use $3 billion in capital committed by investors to turn breakthroughs in our understanding of cellular rejuvenation into transformational medicines.  Co-founder, Rick Klausner, M.D., stated in a press release:"Remarkable work over the last few years beginning to quantify cellular health and the mechanisms behind that, coupled with the ability to effectively and safely reprogram cells and tissues via rejuvenation pathways, opens this new vista into the medicine of the future. Altos begins with many of the leading scientists who are creating this new science. Together, we are building a company where many of the world's best scientists can collaborate internally and externally and develop their research with the speed, mission, and focus of private enterprise. Our success will depend upon a culture of intense collaboration, enthusiasm, and openness." David Baltimore, PhD, a board member provided a positive goal Altos is shooting for:“The goal of Altos will be to reverse the ravages of disease and aging that lead to disability and death, reinvigorating and extending the quality of life. Altos will provide an unparalleled environment for collaborative discovery and has already attracted a most impressive group of investigators to the daunting task of reversing ill health and taking medicine in a new direction.”   Patient-specific spinal model may predict the effect of disc implants | New Atlas (16:28) As people get older, the intervertebral discs in their spine tend to deteriorate, some of which end up being surgically replaced with implants. Who doesn't know someone that has a bad back? A new patient-specific spinal model by scientists at Florida Atlantic University, could help determine how successful such surgery will be. Process:Obtain a CT scan of a patient's spine Create a 3D computer model from the scan Produce a 3D-printed model of one section of the spine with a cervical disc implant already in place Utilize a robotic arm to flex and extend the spinal replica, simulating five different real-life spinal postures Sensors then monitored the manner in which the added implant was causing stress to be distributed throughout the spine. The setup was found to be 100 percent accurate at replicating the effects that the postures would have on the real spine, with the addition of the implanted disc. Once developed further, the technology could be used to determine what sort of implant and/or surgical technique would work best, before the surgery is performed. Additionally, simulations could provide information as to what movements are best while recovering from the surgery.   Intel Is Investing $20 Billion Towards a Massive New Semiconductor Plant | Interesting Engineering (21:10) According to a Reuters report, Intel is set to invest $20 billion into a massive new semiconductor chip manufacturing site near Columbus, Ohio. All coincides with a recent analysis informing that China is "three or four generations" away from being at the cutting edge of semiconductor production. Chipmakers worldwide are frantically trying to boost output amid the global chip shortage brought on by massive demand and supply chain disruption fueled by the pandemic. Intel's new investment will go towards building two new semiconductor manufacturing plants, bringing 3,000 new permanent jobs to the 1,000-acre site in Albany, OhioThe first step in building an eight-factory complex that could cost additional tens of billions of dollars. Intel also recently announced plans for another U.S. campus site that would begin construction before the end of the year.The new site, according to reports, could cost $100 billion and eventually employ 10,000 people.   Elon Musk's brain chip firm Neuralink lines up clinical trials in humans | The Guardian (27:10) The billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's brain chip startup is preparing to launch clinical trials in humans. This is stemming from a job post for Neuralink for a “Clinical Trial Director.” What is mentioned in this post?“As the clinical trial director, you'll work closely with some of the most innovative doctors and top engineers, as well as working with Neuralink's first clinical trial participants …. You will lead and help build the team responsible for enabling Neuralink's clinical research activities and developing the regulatory interactions that come with a fast-paced and ever-evolving environment.” Just last month, Elon Musk, mentioned his optimism in allowing quadriplegics to move again:“We hope to have this in our first humans, which will be people that have severe spinal cord injuries like tetraplegics, quadriplegics, next year, pending FDA approval … I think we have a chance with Neuralink to restore full-body functionality to someone who has a spinal cord injury. Neuralink's working well in monkeys, and we're actually doing just a lot of testing and just confirming that it's very safe and reliable and the Neuralink device can be removed safely.” The company is also recruiting for a “clinical trial coordinator” to help build a team of people to run the trial and liaise with regulators.  These applicants, according to the posting, have an “opportunity to change the world and work with some of the smartest and the most talented experts from different fields”.  

Deep Dive with Ali Abdaal
How Productivity Ruins Your Life - Oliver Burkeman

Deep Dive with Ali Abdaal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 125:01


The average human lifespan is around 4,000 weeks - this sounds scary but it's also incredibly empowering. Journalist and Author Oliver Burkeman says that facing our finitude and how little control we have over our lives is key to living a truly fulfilling and meaningfully productive life. For many years Oliver wrote a popular weekly column on psychology, happiness and productivity for The Guardian called 'This Column Will Change Your Life' and has recently released his latest book 'Four Thousand Weeks: Time And How To Use It' which looks at how our obsessiveness with being busy and trying to master our time can actually make us more unhappy, avoid important decisions about our future and make us less in control of our lives. In the conversation we discuss what most productivity gurus get wrong about productivity, how you will never get everything done and why you should start embracing the fact of human finitude.

Aiming For The Moon
Why and How to Balance Productivity and the Present: Oliver Burkeman (NYT Bestselling Author of "4,000 Weeks: Time Management for Mortals")

Aiming For The Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 38:31


In this episode, we talk to Oliver Burkeman, New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author of 4,000 Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, about why and how to balance productivity and the present.Topics Discussed-Ancient philosophy's perspective on work and productivity vs nowHow our mindset towards work changedIs living forever bad?The balance between productivity and the present Why and how being highly productive leads to more workStrategies to prioritize time and lifeTime management for studentsThe most impactful books of Mr. Burkeman's lifeMr. Burkeman's advice for teensOliver Burkeman is the author of the New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller Four Thousand Weeks, about embracing limitation and finally getting round to what counts, along with The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking and Help! How to Become Slightly Happier and Get a Bit More Done. For many years he wrote a popular column for the Guardian, 'This Column Will Change Your Life'. In his email newsletter The Imperfectionist, he writes about productivity, mortality, the power of limits, and building a meaningful life in an age of distraction. He lives in the North York Moors. Our Website: https://www.aimingforthemoon.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiming4moon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Aiming4MoonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-TwYdfPcWV-V1JvjBXk 

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
How Bestselling Thriller Writer Ruth Gilligan Writes

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 33:12


#PodcastersForJustice Award-winning Irish author, Ruth Gilligan, spoke to me about researching the gothic wilds of Ireland, how to engineer a thriller, and her latest, The Butchers' Blessing. Ruth Gilligan is a writer and academic from Dublin and was the youngest person ever to top the Irish Bestsellers' List. She has published five books and her most recent novel, The Butchers' Blessing, (published as The Butchers in the UK) is described as a "...haunting and unforgettable thriller brimming with secrecy, tradition, and superstition...". It won the 2022 Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize, whose judges called it "...a page-turning, roller coaster of a read.” B&N Reads called the book, "An achingly beautiful novel of family, tradition, Ireland and the deep secrets buried in all three," and it received a Starred review from Publishers Weekly. Ruth contributes literary reviews to the Irish Independent, Guardian, TLS, and LA Review of Books. She's also a Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Birmingham and is an ambassador for the global storytelling charity Narrative 4. Stay calm and write on ... Discover The Writer Files Extra You can now have The Writer Files podcast dropped right into your email inbox every time there's a new show. No more shaking your podcast app! As a subscriber, Kelton will send you added insights, links to TWF merch (like "Stay Calm and Write On" coffee mugs anyone?), curated collections of shows like The Publishing Series and The Writer's Brain, updates, and occasional special offers. Learn more at the link below... Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please "Follow" us to automatically see new interviews In this file Ruth Gilligan and I discussed: How a high school writing exercise turned into a bestseller The in-depth (four-year) research process behind her latest Why her meticulous plotting is like architectural engineering How to write a thriller from four unique POVs Why writers always need to set themselves greater challenges And a lot more! Show Notes: RuthGilligan.com The Butchers' Blessing: A Novel by Ruth Gilligan Narrative 4 Ruth Gilligan on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter

The Planet Today
A volcanic eruption in Tonga, the largest fish breeding area in the world, Big Business' deforestation issue, and more!

The Planet Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 26:58


Matt and Nick's Quick Hits of the week cover a heatwave in Argentina's impact on the grid (Power grid fails as Argentina hit by record-breaking heatwave | The Independent),The deforestation issue with Big Business (A third of commodity-hungry firms have no deforestation policy - report | Reuters),Climate inequity (World's poorest bear brunt of climate crisis: 10 underreported emergencies | Global development | The Guardian),The volcanic eruption in Tonga (Pacific volcano: Ash-covered Tonga is like a moonscape say residents - BBC News),And the world's largest fish breeding area (World's largest fish breeding area discovered | EurekAlert!).The fashion scorecard Nick references in this episode can be found here: StandEarth-FilthyFashionScorecard.pdf.If you'd like to donate to Pita Taufatofua's GoFundMe to help the people of Tonga, click the link below:Fundraiser by Pita Taufatofua : Tonga Tsunami relief by Pita Taufatofua (gofundme.com)

Drilled
Exxon Takes Its First Amendment Battle to Texas Supreme Court

Drilled

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 19:06


Guardian journalist Chris McGreary joins to discuss ExxonMobil's attempts in Texas to cast litigation against it as a conspiracy to muzzle its free speech rights. Read Chris's story: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jan/18/exxon-texas-courts-critics-climate-crimes

B&H Photography Podcast
Fallout - The War Photography of Peter van Agtmael

B&H Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 62:58


Conflict photography of the past twenty years is a subject we have discussed in previous episodes with photographers, psychologists, and scholars, but our very welcomed guest, photographer Peter van Agtmael adds his well-articulated thoughts on the subject, including his own motivations and challenges while covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the ramifications of those wars here in the United States and elsewhere. On this episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we reflect on the mindset of a young man wanting to bear witness to history and the evolution of his thoughts after many assignments and embeds. We also learn about aspects of his work, from the intra-personal to the technical and how these have also changed over the course of an almost two-decade career.   The work of van Agtmael has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian, and The New Yorker; he is a Guggenheim Fellow; a winner of multiple World Press Awards; and a member of the Magnum Agency. He has also authored several books of his work, which take a deeper narrative and conceptual dive into his images from this same general body of work. He is not alone in this endeavor, but it is this balance, this ability to conceptualize his work within the news sphere and in the nuanced context of a personal photo book that is quite interesting. Quiet images from ten years ago have a tragic power today.   His most recent book, Sorry for the War, a subtle and powerful exploration of the disconnect between the United States home front and the actual wars themselves is the main topic during the second half of the show, and we discuss the differences between this and his other books. We talk about the editing process, collaboration, and the formal decisions that go into making a book that is meant to be a historical as well as a personal statement.   We also take a minute to talk about gear choices, the aesthetics of technical limits, and we hear about stories he's covered as disparate as earthquakes in Haiti, Hollywood award tours, and recent politics and protest. Throughout, van Agtmael offers insightful answers to the very complicated questions posed by and of contemporary photojournalism. Please join us, and also check out his work with the Arab Documentary Photography Program.   Guest: Peter van Agtmael Photograph © Peter van Agtmael https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/podcasts http://www.petervanagtmael.net/ http://arabdocphotography.org/  

Transfer Talk
Newcastle ramp up business – can they get deals done? AFCON stars PL clubs should sign & Auba set for Arsenal exit

Transfer Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 57:21


Pete and Dharms are joined by Guardian football journalist and author of the book Made in Africa, Ed Aarons, to discuss all the latest goings on in the window. Newcastle are attempting to secure a number of deals before the close of the window, with Diego Carlos and Jesse Lingard among the main targets (03:20). The panel chat about that before discussing the ongoing managerial search at Everton and whether Duncan Ferguson should be given the job until the end of the season (21:05). Ed has his say on the futures of Liverpool attacking duo Mo Salah and Sadio Mane before highlighting some of the stars from the Africa Cup of Nations that Premier League clubs should be looking at (35:30). Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is edging closer to an exit from Arsenal – Dharmesh discusses what that could mean for the Gunners before Pete delivers his final thought (50:10).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF

Democracy in Color
Redistricting 101

Democracy in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 42:03


As redistricting maps get finalized across the country, Democrats are in better shape than most pundits predicted following the 2020 election. Steve, Sharline and Julie share updates on the redistricting process and dive into the numbers to highlight how and where Democrats should focus their energy and investment to win this year. We also discuss what's wrong with the commonly held belief that the President's party always suffers in the midterms. And Steve shares important takeaways from his latest article in The Guardian on the fight for voting rights. REFERENCES: Martin Luther King quotes “So the great stumbling block and a stride toward freedom is not the white citizens counselor or the Ku Klux Klan or but the white moderate who is more devoted to order than to justice, who prefers a negative peace, which is the absence of tension to a positive peace, which is the presence of justice who constantly says, I agree with you in the goal you seek, but I can't agree with your methods of direct action.” “The white backlash of today is rooted in the same problem that has characterized America ever since the black man landed in chains on the shores of this nation.” Nikole Hannah-Jones – @nhannahjones Twitter Thread https://twitter.com/nhannahjones/status/1483187472276328449?s=20 The Cook Political Report // David Wasserman – Redistricting Snapshots: Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina https://cookpolitical.com/analysis/house/redistricting/redistricting-snapshots-kentucky-louisiana-missouri-new-hampshire FiveThirtyEight // Geoffrey Skelley and Nathaniel Rakich – Why The President's Party Almost Always Has A Bad Midterm https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/why-the-presidents-party-almost-always-has-a-bad-midterm/ Loyola Law School – What is Redistricting? https://redistricting.lls.edu/redistricting-101/what-is-redistricting/ NBCnews // Rebecca Shabad – Wave of retirements rocks Democrats' hopes of holding the House https://nbcnews.com/politics/congress/wave-retirements-rocks-democrats-hopes-holding-house-n1286398 NPR // Carol Ritchie, Rachel Treisman, Nell Clark and Chris Hopkins – Start your day here: Senate Democrats force a showdown over voting rights measures https://npr.org/live-updates/morning-edition-2022-01-18 The New York Times // Nick Corasaniti, Reid J. Epstein, Taylor Johnston, Rebecca Lieberman, and Eden Weingart – How Maps Reshape American Politics https://nytimes.com/interactive/2021/11/07/us/politics/redistricting-maps-explained.html MSNBC // Jonathan Capehart – The Bye Line: Don't Sit Out the Midterms https://msnbc.com/the-sunday-show/watch/the-bye-line-don-t-sit-out-the-midterms-120238149594 The Washington Post // Dan Balz – Ohio voters asked for fairness in redistricting. They didn't get it. https://washingtonpost.com/politics/ohio-voters-asked-for-fairness-in-redistricting-they-didnt-get-it/2022/01/17/10bb1b8c-77a9-11ec-bf97-6eac6f77fba2_story.html

You Can Heal Your Life®
Kyle Gray | The Truth About Angels | Getting to Know Your Guardian Angel

You Can Heal Your Life®

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 16:36


Welcome to the first episode of our 3-part series from best-selling author and spiritual teacher, Kyle Gray.  Today, Kyle explains how to overcome blocks to communicating with your angels and shares a powerful journaling exercise. If you enjoy this series, join Kyle for his exclusive FREE video webinar series, “Connect with Your Angels for Guidance and Protection,” starting February 1. Visit hayhouse.com/angels to sign up now. 

Book Dreams
Ep. 89 - Reading Between the Subway Lines, with Uli Beutter Cohen

Book Dreams

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 29:22


Deep beneath the asphalt streets of New York City lurks a breed of creature that's haunted the subway's subterranean labyrinth for over a century. No, it's not sewer alligators or radioactive rats. Instead, we're speaking of…bookworms. And documentarian Uli Beutter Cohen has been on the hunt to capture their travels. In 2014, Uli founded the viral Instagram account Subway Book Review, which documents her conversations with subway riders about the books they're reading. After spending nearly a decade exploring the literary landscape of the underground, Uli has learned: “Readers will tell you what's coming in culture.” Now she's compiled 170 of her favorite bibliophile encounters in her first book, Between the Lines: Stories from the Underground, which features conversations about books with notable authors like Ta-Nehisi Coates, Min Jin Lee, Roxane Gay, and more. In his debut episode as a guest host, Book Dreams producer Gianfranco Lentini sits down with Uli to discuss her experiences and to consider…what does it mean to belong in a city of 8 million people? Subway Book Review has been featured on TV, in print, and online by New York Magazine, Esquire, Forbes Women, Glamour, Bustle, Vogue, The Guardian, Refinery 29, The Atlantic, BBC and more. Uli's interview work and writing about human connection and belonging has been published by The Washington Post, Here Magazine, The Creative Independent, and HuffPost. Today, contributors to Subway Book Review are reporting from 20 cities around the world. Find us on Twitter (@bookdreamspod) and Instagram (@bookdreamspodcast), or email us at contact@bookdreamspodcast.com. We encourage you to visit our website and sign up for our newsletter for information about our episodes, guests, and more. Book Dreams is a part of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate network, a company that produces, distributes, and monetizes podcasts. For more information on how The Podglomerate treats data, please see our Privacy Policy. Since you're listening to Book Dreams, we'd like to suggest you also try other Podglomerate shows about literature, writing, and storytelling like Storybound and The History of Literature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bad Faith
Episode 143 - Executors of the Fourth Estate

Bad Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 59:45


This week, Brie spoke with Jordan Chariton, co-founder of independent investigative media outlet, Status-Coup, about new news out of Flint Michigan, and the algorithmic morass that's choking gumshoe reporting. In an article published this week in The Guardian, Chariton unpacked the new Democratic prosecutor's choice to drop racketeering charges which targeted the underlying financial fraud that enabled the Flint water poisoning crisis.  After catching us up on the state of Flint, Brie and Jordan strategized about how to expand left media's influence, and why The Young Turks no longer serves the role as a broad, unifying left umbrella under which diverse left voices can thrive. What has motivated the political shift at TYT, and can the left achieve a unified media umbrella without taking big money from billionaires?  Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube to access our full video library. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Ben Dalton (@wbend). Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands  

Good Life Project
Imara Jones | On the Power of Representation

Good Life Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 57:16


Imagine walking through life, knowing who you are, but not feeling like you can live as that person? That was how my guest today, Imara Jones, experienced the first half of her life, before making a series of choices that would allow her to feel safe and supported stepping back into her own life, on her terms. Imara is the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning founder of TransLash Media, a cross-platform journalism, personal storytelling and narrative project, which produces content to shift the current culture of hostility towards transgender people in the US. As part of her work at TransLash, she hosts the WEBBY-nominated, TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones as well as the investigative, limited series, The Anti-Trans Hate Machine. In 2019, she chaired the first-ever UN High-Level Meeting on Gender Diversity and was featured on the cover of Time Magazine in 2020 as part of its New American Revolution special edition. She's held economic policy posts in the White House and communications positions at Viacom. Imara's work as a host, on-air news analyst, contributor, and writer has been featured everywhere from The Guardian, The Nation, MSNBC, CNBC, and NPR to Mic, and Colorlines, and focuses on the full range of social justice and equity issues. We explore Imara's experiences growing up in a family and culture where revealing and living her truth felt not just uncomfortable, but unsafe, how that experience is universal to so many, and how she made choices that effectively empowered her to reclaim a sense of agency, identity, and purpose. And, we explore the power of representation in media, stories, and everyday life as a vehicle to open minds, conversation, and cultivate understanding, connection and the sense of shared humanity we all long for, especially now.You can find Imara at: Website | Instagram | TransLash PodcastIf you LOVED this episode:You'll also love the conversations we had with Thomas Page McBee.My new book Sparked.Check out our offerings & partners: Squarespace: Squarespace is the all-in-one solution for anyone looking to create a beautiful website. Check Out Squarespace.com for a free trial, and when you are ready to launch go to squarespace.com/GLP and use offer code: GLP to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.Outschool: Inspire kids to love learning with Outschool classes. It's 100% fun, live & teacher-led. Explore over 100,000 topics and learn in small groups via Zoom. Perfect for ages 3-18. Join for free. To learn more about all Outschool has to offer and to save $15 off your child's first class go to Outschool.com/GOODLIFEScribd: The world's largest digital library. Enjoy millions of eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, podcasts, sheet music, and documents. Right now, Scribd is offering our listeners 2 months of Scribd for only $0.99. Go to try dot scribd.com/GOODLIFE to get your first two months for less than $1. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Argument
Does the Supreme Court Need More Justices?

The Argument

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 42:03


2022 is a big year for supporters of Supreme Court reform. Roe v. Wade, the landmark case that gave women nationwide the right to have abortions, might be overturned, and the debate around changing the way we structure the bench — in particular, packing the court — is getting only more heated.The past decade has brought a shift in the makeup of the court — from Brett Kavanaugh, appointed despite sexual assault allegations, to Merrick Garland, blocked from confirmation, and Amy Coney Barrett, rushed to confirmation.It's the culmination of decades of effort by Republicans to make the courts more conservative. And now Democrats want to push back by introducing some radical changes.Today, Jane Coaston brings together two guests who disagree on whether altering Supreme Court practices is the right call and, if yes, what kind of changes would make sense for the highest judicial body in the nation.Russ Feingold is the president of the American Constitution Society and was a Democratic senator from Wisconsin from 1993 to 2011. And Russ Miller is an attorney and law professor at Washington and Lee and the head of the Max Planck Law Network in Germany.Mentioned in this episode:“Americans No Longer Have Faith in the U.S. Supreme Court. That Has Justices Worried,” by Russ Feingold in The Guardian, published in October 2021.“We Don't Need to Reform The Supreme Court,” by Russ Miller in Just Security, published in February 2021.“The Future of Supreme Court Reform,” by Daniel Epps and Ganesh Sitaraman in Harvard Law Review, published in May 2021.

The American Journal of Losers
#33 - Phoenix Jones: Guardian of Seattle In… The Incredible Tale of the Rain City Superhero Movement!

The American Journal of Losers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 70:35


That's right, true believers! AJL tells a thrilling tale of real life superheroes turned real life antiheroes. Also we say the most beautiful phrase in the English language: Manitoba Spider-Man.  Sources: The Fall of Phoenix JonesPhoenix Jones and the Rain City Superhero MovementThe Rain City Superheroes: Seattle's Amateur Crime-FightersAdam McShane, Joey Bednarski, and Cosmo Nomikos are stand up comedians based out of Chicago, IL.AJL is part of the Lincoln Lodge Podcast Network: https://www.thelincolnlodge.com/podcasts

Student of the Gun Radio
Religion of Peace Attacks: Biden Scratches his Head & Pipe Hitters Guide | SOTG 1121

Student of the Gun Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 99:05


After the Muslim terror attack on a synagogue in Texas, Sniffy Joe the meat puppet went to the microphones and said he doesn't know why the Muslim terrorist used anti-semetic and anti-Israel language. I guess we'll just never know.  We have a Duracoat Finish segment for you again, but this week it is not a firearm, but something that pairs well with a firearm. During our Brownells Bullet Point, Professor Paul will consider some suggested reading before you go out and spend money on more stuff.  For our SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters, we discuss being dangerous on demand, even inside your house of worship. We will remind you of the Legion of Michael Church Security program that is available to all.   Thanks for being a part of SOTG! We hope you find value in the message we share. If you've got any questions, here are some options to contact us: Send an Email Send a Text Call Us Enjoy the show! And remember…You're a Beginner Once, a Student For Life! TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE [0:02:25] New video partner: SCCY Firearms Cold Weather Concealed Carry video www.full30.com [0:08:55] Bob Saget Update: Did we call it or what? www.tmz.com Dr. Peter McCullough on Joe Rogan open.spotify.com/episode/0aZ Dr. Robert Malone on Joe Rogan open.spotify.com/episode/3SC [0:20:39] Duracoat Finished Firearms - Duracoat University TOPIC: AOR1 helmet from HHV turned White with Duracoat Mission Specific Get Yours: www.duracoatfirearmfinishes.com [0:28:15] Zach “The Shipping Ogre” put out a book. Please consider checking it out! Inferni Ensium: Conception https://amzn.to/3IlUFgd [0:32:40] Brownells Bullet Points - Brownells.com TOPIC: How do I know what stuff to buy? READ/STUDY https://amzn.to/3rlcJ30  Pipe Hitters Guide to CIDC Huge thanks to our Partners: SDS Imports | Brownells | CrossBreed | Duracoat | Hi-Point Firearms [0:46:27] The concept of the "Echo Chamber" [0:53:56] SOTG Homeroom - CrossBreedHolsters.com TOPIC: Legion of Michael Church Security training. “But, I'm not paranoid.”  www.legionofmichael.com Check out the L.o.M. Book https://amzn.to/3fy0Y3K [1:07:02] UPDATE: Hostages Safe: British Hostage Taker Dead: the Rabbi and the Pakistani www.sofmag.com [1:23:26] WATCH: Joe Biden doesn't understand why the guy making Anti-Semitic Comments took a Synagogue Hostage www.louderwithcrowder.com FEATURING: Madison Rising, Jarrad Markel, Paul Markel, SOTG University PARTNERS: SDS Imports, Brownells Inc, CrossBreed Holsters, DuraCoat Firearm Finishes, Hi-Point Firearms FIND US ON: Full30, Parler, MeWe.com, TikTok, iTunes, Stitcher, AppleTV, Roku, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, tumblr SOURCES From www.sofmag.com: “Around 9 p.m., the HRT — hostage rescue team — breached the synagogue, they rescued the three hostages, the suspect is deceased,” Colleyville Police Chief Michael Miller. Background The hostage taker at first was thought to be Muhammad Siddiqui be the brother of Aafia Siddiqui, a Palestinian in prison for life according to Israel Times. However, updates state that the brother was uninvolved, according to the prisoner and the Siddiqui family UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) spokesperson said: “We are aware of the death of a British man in #Texas and are in contact with the local authorities,” the Guardian reported. (Click Here for Full Article)   From Amazon.com: Building upon the widespread popularity of the original Pipe Hitters Guide, this book will take the lessons from the original text and build upon them. The Citizens Irregular Defense Corps is a modern incarnation of many successful programs used throughout history for the defense of a community during times of crisis or prolonged emergency. (Click Here for the Book)   From www.tmz.com: Bob Saget wouldn't be the first one in his immediate family to die from a heart attack ... it's what killed 3 of his uncles. In Bob's book, "Dirty Daddy: The Chronicles of a Family Man Turned Filthy Comedian," he references that 3 of his uncles died from a heart attack between the ages of 37 and 41. When Bob was 8, his Uncle Ozzie died at 40 from a heart attack while chasing some kids down the block after they stole a tire. (Click Here for Full Article)

Horrible Gamers
HGP#381 Golden Parachute

Horrible Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 132:41


HGP#381 This week join JesusWalksAlot,The Mayo and Gibb8777 as we discuss Guardian of the Galaxy, Ready or Not, Spelunky 2 and so much more! Does anybody read this? Like seriously..anyone here? We appreciate you!        Intro Music by Fantomenk - DisChipo -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RauRj6OAgNU Outro Music by Fantomenk-DisChipo - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RauRj6OAgNU Join us in our group on Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/groups/HorribleGamers/ Like our Page -https://www.facebook.com/HorribleGamers/ Follow us on Twitter -https://twitter.com/_Horriblegamers Discord -https://discord.gg/8bsaxmD Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/horriblegamers If you like the show..Rate and Review It! Special Thanks to Our Patreon Supporters Jesus Loves You!   Find Ricky Alfaras on FB https://www.facebook.com/ricky.alfaras

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited
(January 18, 2022) Millions of Americans Aged 75+ Can't Afford to Retire

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 42:10


The Guardian recently reported that the number of US workers aged 75 and up is expected to increase by 96.5% over the next decade. Al Gordon shares the story of Maria, a 75-year-old woman living in Arizona, who is struggling to survive through the financial crisis affecting millions of her peers. The data conclusively shows that traditional retirement plans are doomed to fail but listen to learn how effective real estate investments can get you to the point of retirement in the next 5 years! Click to Listen Now

Status Coup Podcast
EXCLUSIVE: Bombshell Flint Water Story Reveals Dem AG Dana Nessel Stopped Following the Money

Status Coup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 71:55


Read Jordan's MAJOR #FlintWaterCrisis story for The Guardian. Retweet/Share Jordan's Tweet with full info and article: https://twitter.com/JordanChariton/status/1483077678110584836 Full article: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/jan/17/flint-water-poisoning-charges 00:00 Countdown 10:00 Intro 13:16 Charlie LeDuff Joins to Discuss Flint Story 1:05:48 Flint Resident/Activist Melissa Mays Reacts to Flint Financial Fraud Revelations SUPPORT Status Coup's ON-THE-GROUND and investigative reporting on the stories the corporate media COVERS UP: https://www.StatusCoup.com/Join Shop our collection of clothes that are both high quality, and from sustainable sources: Get shirts based on different quotes from Jordan Chariton such as 'The United Corporations of America' Now! Get yours at https://www.StatusCoup.com/Store --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statuscoup/support

The Writing Coach Podcast with Rebecca L. Weber
WCP162 Writing Coach Podcast 162 Archives, Vol. X: The research rabbit hole

The Writing Coach Podcast with Rebecca L. Weber

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 19:53


The research and reporting rabbit holes are some of the most seductive and appealing parts of the freelance writing comfort zone. You start off doing good work: nailing down facts, seeking rich data, locating interesting sources. But there's always another twist and turn, and you can easily lose your orientation and not know if you're getting closer or further away from what you and your story needs. If you've ever said that research takes as long as it takes, or noticed that it's taking so long that it interferes with (rather than supports) your writing goals, you've got to listen to today's episode.   YOU MIGHT ALSO ENJOY … Spotify playlist of the greatest hits on the Writing Coach Podcast (please rate the podcast while listening on Spotify) WCP 1 What's your problem? Download my free guide on how to pitch SHARE THE WRITING COACH PODCAST  Subscribe and write a review of the Writing Coach Podcast on Apple Podcasts or review on Spotify. Share your podcast takeaways and tag Rebecca on Instagram: @freelancewriterbootcamp  WORK WITH ME Apply for the next session of my small group coaching program: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Bootcamp alumni have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. We cover all the external skills to improve your pitch acceptance rate, and the internal mindset work to keep you from getting in your own way. Click here to apply: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast162

Science Weekly
Covid-19: the Omicron wave is slowing - what lies on the other side?

Science Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 10:11


The coronavirus variant has spread across the UK at incredible speed – but there are signs that the wave may have reached its peak. Madeleine Finlay talks to the Guardian science correspondent Nicola Davis about what we can expect in the weeks and months to come, and whether a second ‘exit wave' could be here in the summer. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod

Scouted Says
97: AFCON with Ed Aarons

Scouted Says

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 39:52


AFCON 2021 is here...in January 2022. We've had two rounds of Group Stage matches already, heaps of late drama, new names, familiar faces and plenty of surprise results - and we're only getting started. Give the tournament the respect it deserves, listen to the Scouted Football Podcast with 'Made in Africa' co-host, author and African football expert: the Guardian's Ed Aarons. Topics include - but are not limited to:  - Mali and Guinea's young squads - Saïdou Sow and Anis Ben Slimane player focus - 17-year-old duo Abdul Fatawu Issahaku and Karim Konaté - Gambia and Serie A - Tournament predictions 

The Real News Podcast
The US military is poisoning the water in O'ahu

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 25:20


As Director for the Sierra Club of Hawai'i Wayne Tanaka recently wrote in The Guardian, the US Navy's Red Hill Fuel Storage Facility is “a massive underground ‘farm' of 18 million-liter fuel tanks and pipes just 100 feet above metropolitan O'ahu. Its construction began before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Since then, it has leaked over 180,000 gallons of petroleum into the groundwater aquifer that provides drinking water for over 400,000 residents and visitors from Hālawa to Hawaiʻi Kai.”Regardless of the major threat the facility poses to the local water system and demands from Native Hawaiians and supporters to address the crisis and hold the US military accountable, it wasn't until hundreds of military families living near Pearl Harbor reported symptoms of petroleum poisoning that Red Hill's operations were paused in late November. But the root causes of the environmental and public health crisis remain untouched, and the fight to shut down Red Hill is still very much ongoing.In this segment of The Marc Steiner Show, Marc speaks about that fight with Mikey Inouye, an independent filmmaker born and raised in Hawai‘i, community organizer, and member of O‘ahu Water Protectors. The O‘ahu Water Protectors is an organization that formed out of a coalition of Kānaka Maoli organizers, Sierra Club members and supporters, Hawai‘i Peace and Justice, and other groups working toward sovereignty, decolonization, and demilitarization.Read the transcript of this interview: Tune in for new episodes of The Marc Steiner Show every Monday and Thursday on TRNN.Pre-Production/Studio: Dwayne GladdenPost Production: Stephen FrankHelp us continue producing The Marc Steiner Show by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-pod-mssSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/nl-pod-stGet The Marc Steiner Show updates: https://therealnews.com/up-pod-stLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
639: Colliding Particles to Comprehend the Components of Matter - Dr. Jon Butterworth

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 42:04


Dr. Jon Butterworth is a Professor of Physics at University College London. He works on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva. They are smashing particles together at extremely high energies and measuring what happens. Collecting data on these particle collisions provides information about the smallest and most basic components of our universe. Outside of science, Jon has two kids, and he spends most of his leisure time hanging out with them. He is also an avid writer and finds that writing is a good way to relax. At the same time, Jon enjoys activities like skiing and giving guitar performances. He received his B.A. in Physics and his Ph.D. in Particle Physics from the University of Oxford. Afterwards, Jon was hired by Pennsylvania State University to conduct postdoctoral research at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) in Hamburg, Germany before joining the faculty at UCL where he is today. John is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics and recipient of their Chadwick Prize. He has also been awarded a Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society, an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, and a Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council Senior Research Fellowship. In addition, Jon is the author of the book Most Wanted Particle and author of a blog for The Guardian called Life and Physics. In this interview, Jon shares more about his journey through life and science.

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy
Who's in the Room? Siri, Alexa, and Confidentiality

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 29:19


Who's in the Room? Siri, Alexa, and Confidentiality Curt and Katie chat about how therapists can maintain confidentiality in a world of AI assistants and smart devices. What duty do clinicians have to inform clients? How can we balance confidentiality with the reality of how commonly these devices are involved in therapy? Can telehealth therapy be completely confidential and data secure? We discuss our shift in clinical responsibility, best practices, and how we can minimize exposure of clinical data to ensure the confidentiality our clients expect and deserve. In this podcast episode we talk about something therapists might not consider: smart devices and AI assistants We received a couple of requests to talk about the impact of smart devices on confidentiality and their compliance with HIPAA within a therapeutic environment. We tackle this question in depth: What are best practices for protecting client confidentiality with smart devices? Turning off the phone, or placing the phone on “airplane mode” Warning clients about their own smart devices and confidentiality risks The ethical responsibilities to inform about limits of confidentiality and take precautions It's all about giving clients choice and information What should therapists consider when smart devices and AI assistants are in the room? “It's not to say we have to be luddites, it's that we have to disclose the potential limits of confidentiality that clients have come to expect.”  – Curt Widhalm Whistle-blower reports on how often these devices are actually listening Turning off your phone is a lot cheaper than identity theft Consider your contacts, geolocation, and Wi-Fi connection Some of this, as we progress into a more technological world, might be unavoidable How do Alexa and Siri impact HIPAA compliance for therapists? The importance of end-to-end encryption for all HIPAA activities (and your smart device may not be compliant) The cost of HIPAA violations if identity theft can be traced back Understand the risks you are taking, do what you can, and remember no one is perfect What can modern therapists do with their smart devices? “Whether it's convenience or practicality that has you putting your client's contacts into your phone, we have to think beyond that because it really can harm our ability to keep that data safe.” – Katie Vernoy GPS location services can be left on for a safety reason, emergency services use GPS location Adjusting settings for voice activation, data sharing, when apps are running, locations, etc. Turning off and airplane mode are also options Always let the client know the limits of confidentiality Our Generous Sponsor for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Buying Time LLC Buying Time is a full team of Virtual Assistants, with a wide variety of skill sets to support your business. From basic admin support, customer service, and email management to marketing and bookkeeping. They've got you covered. Don't know where to start? Check out the systems inventory checklist which helps business owners figure out what they don't want to do anymore and get those delegated asap. You can find that checklist at http://buyingtimellc.com/systems-checklist/ Buying Time's VA's support businesses by managing email communications, CRM or automation systems, website admin and hosting, email marketing, social media, bookkeeping and much more. Their sole purpose is to create the opportunity for you to focus on supporting those you serve while ensuring that your back office runs smoothly. With a full team of VA's it gives the opportunity to hire for one role and get multiple areas of support. There's no reason to be overwhelmed with running your business with this solution available. Book a consultation to see where and how you can get started getting the support you need - https://buyingtimellc.com/book-consultation/ Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! Psychotherapy in Ontario: How Confidential is my Therapy? By Beth Mares, Registered Psychotherapist The Privacy Problem with Digital Assistants by Kaveh Waddell Hey Siri and Alexa: Let's Talk Privacy Practices by Elizabeth Weise, USA Today Patient and Consumer Safety Risks When Using Conversational Assistants for Medical Information: An Observational Study of Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant, 2018 Hey Siri: Did you Break Confidentiality, or did I? By Nicole M. Arcuri Sanders, Counseling Today Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant Not HIPAA Compliant, Psychiatry Advisor Hey Alexa, are you HIPAA compliant? 2018 Person-Centered Tech   Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: Which Theoretical Orientation Should You Choose? Is Your Practice Ready for Paid Digital Marketing? An Interview with John Sanders Waiving Goodbye to Telehealth Progress: An interview with Dr. Ben Caldwell, LMFT Malpractice is No Joke   Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: www.mtsgpodcast.com www.therapyreimagined.com https://www.facebook.com/therapyreimagined/ https://twitter.com/therapymovement https://www.instagram.com/therapyreimagined/ Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group   Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano http://www.crystalmangano.com/ Transcript for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide podcast (Autogenerated): Curt Widhalm 00:00 This episode of the modern therapist Survival Guide is sponsored by buying time Katie Vernoy  00:04 Buying Time has a full team of virtual assistants with a wide variety of skill sets to support your business. From basic admin support customer service and email management to marketing and bookkeeping, they've got you covered. Don't know where to start, check out the system's inventory checklist, which helps business owners figure out what they don't want to do anymore and get those delegated ASAP. You can find that checklist at buying time. llc.com forward slash systems stash checklist. Curt Widhalm  00:31 Listen at the end of the episode for more information. Announcer  00:34 You're listening to the modern therapist survival guide where therapists live, breathe, and practice as human beings. To support you as a whole person and a therapist. Here are your hosts, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy. Curt Widhalm  00:50 Welcome back modern therapists. This is the modern therapist Survival Guide. I'm Curt Widhalm, with Katie Vernoy. And this is the podcast for therapists about all things therapy, the things that we consider the things that we don't. And stay is one of those days where we're going to be talking about some of the things that we might not consider. And this really comes with some of those smart devices in our homes, our offices, potentially even in our clients homes, and what it means for confidentiality, especially in terms of compliance with things like HIPAA, and who's always listening. And you know, Google a few years ago changed kind of their motto from do no evil to whatever it is. Now I just know that they're, they're no longer committing to not doing evil. But I want to start with kind of this idea of when we especially start with telehealth clients, but this is also going to be true when it comes to our in person sessions with things like smartphones and just kind of being cool in the modern era and having things like Amazon echoes or Google Docs, or any of these kinds of things in our offices of are those things always listening, and what does this mean for client data?   Katie Vernoy  02:07 That's a big intro. Yeah, I, I've worried about this for a while. And that's why I don't have a any kind of AI in my office, although after reading some of these articles I actually do because I have my phone in my office because I receive messages. And I do all kinds of stuff. So it's a little bit scary to think about what might be listening.   Curt Widhalm  02:33 So I mean, this is where I think any of us who have a Windows laptop, there's Cortana, if you have one of these Amazon devices, there's Alexa, if somebody you know, has Siri, these things are listening. And well, some of the tech stuff, you know, might say that they're only listening for key words that would activate them articles that we're looking at here is what we're going to dive into today. As far as does this mean that our sessions with clients are actually as confidential as we're talking about? And what does this mean for our own best practices as we go forward, having smart devices in our offices in our homes, and potentially even in our client's homes. And the way that this conversation initially came up was I was at a dinner party with some other therapists and talking about great dinner party talk that happens wherever I'm at with other therapists, which is,   Katie Vernoy  03:34 Yeah, only although therapists with me, I tend to   Curt Widhalm  03:37 Get people asking a lot ethics questions. And one of the questions that was up for discussion was our duties when it comes to talking with clients about confidentiality, particularly when it comes to telehealth. And I was describing that we have a responsibility to talk with our clients about the limits of confidentiality, that may include privacy in their own homes, if there's potentially somebody who's walking down the hallway, outside their bedroom or office door, wherever they're doing sessions from, and one of the other therapists at this party said, Well, what about any of the smart devices? Do you ever warn them about Google or Alexa or Siri actually listening? And that's what sparked this. So if you ever want a podcast episode, I am available for dinner parties for you to float ideas by.   Katie Vernoy  04:28 Okay, okay, there we go. And so this   Curt Widhalm  04:31 Has led to some research on our part here as far as what is our responsibility? And what do we need to do with our clients as it pertains to some of this AI discussion, even when we don't think that it's happening?   Katie Vernoy  04:47 Well, to me, when you propose this idea for the podcast, the first thing that came to mind was really around convenience versus confidentiality. Because when we're looking at a lot of these things, When we don't turn off voice activation, when we don't make sure that we're not connected to everything through our phones, and all of the contacts and everything within our phones, data is at risk. I mean, even if it says little as a GPA, GPS colocation, it could be a contact could be content that you're actually discussing. I mean, there's, there's a lot of different ways that folks use their phones kind of just live their lives and the convenience of having Google read through your emails, or, you know, whatever it is to be able to scan for things that need to go on your calendar, or to scan for things. You know, like, I love that I can, you know, in the before times when I was traveling, I loved that Google knew where I was flying to what flight I was on, and I would be able to get that information and notifications like you should be leaving for the airport right now. So I think it's something where the convenience of having the AI tracking us and listening to us and reading our emails, and all of that has sometimes trumped our need for privacy.   Curt Widhalm  06:09 The first article that I came across in this is an article from counseling today. This is publication of the American Counseling Association. This article was by Nicole R. Curry Sanders called Hey, Siri, did you break confidentiality? Or did I in this article, Dr. Curry Sanders actually cites an article from The Guardian newspaper, talking about an apple contractor who's a whistleblower. And this contractor is quoted as saying that they regularly hear confidential medical information, drug deals, recordings of couples having sex as a part of this contractors job providing quality control. So these devices are, at least historically have listened. Now, this flies in the face of what some of the tech articles that I'm seeing out there who say that these devices are only listening for those keywords that activate them, but that they're actually constantly on. And according to this contractors cited in this Guardian article, they are recording and sharing this information. So it's very theoretically easily believed that it's also listening in on your therapy sessions. If that's the case, with Apple having this information, everybody who's got an iPhone, that's either bringing it into your session, these devices are potentially listening to everything that's being discussed in your sessions, which is scary, because I imagine that most therapists are not talking about this as a potential breaking of the limits of confidentiality and the promise of confidentiality that makes therapy so sacred.   Katie Vernoy  07:55 And I think that as a society, we have kind of cosign on this lack of privacy, I mean, Siri, or Alexa or Google or whatever, potentially are, they're constantly listening to all of us. And that's part of life. And so are we, are we responsible above this risk that all of us are willing to take by having phones in our pockets,   Curt Widhalm  08:20 And I don't think many of us are, and we'll include the links to what we're talking about here in our show notes. You can find those over at MTS g podcast.com. The next thing that I'm looking at here is a blog post on psychiatry, advisor.com called Alexa Siri, Google Assistant are not HIPAA compliant, and it warns against. Obviously, we all at this point should know that you shouldn't be doing your notes onto one of these devices using some of these voice prompts. But if this article also warns about don't add clients to your schedule using one of these either because it's not an end to end encrypted sort of device, which is one of the requirements of HIPAA, and that HIPAA violations can cost people hundreds or 1000s of dollars. If identity theft can be traced back to them think of how convenient it is to just turn off your phone. So that way, and how much potential money this may end up saving you by just doing the simplest of things.   Katie Vernoy  09:28 Yes, yes, I again, but I still want to you know, we're I know we're   Curt Widhalm  09:34 Any good one ethics discussion should leave people anxious.   Katie Vernoy  09:39 But my question still stands. If I do my part because I am a HIPAA provider. I put my phone on Do Not Disturb or whatever I airplane mode. I put my phone on airplane mode. I don't have any other devices with listening capability in my room, and I only use my electronic health record for scheduling and communication and HIPAA compliant email, blah, blah, blah, like I do all the things, and my client still has a smartphone in their pocket, like do I actually need to warn them about that smartphone in their pocket, because they already theoretically are agreeing to this constant surveillance. By having that smartphone in their pocket,   Curt Widhalm  10:22 I think that we have a duty. And this is reflected in our ethics codes. And we have a duty to tell our clients even things that they may not consider as it pertains to therapy about, okay, where limits of confidentiality may lie? Well, there may be the constant surveillance of these devices in everyday life, but to further prompt them, at least, and especially in our first telehealth session with them that, hey, just in case you haven't considered this, your smart devices in the room may also be listening to your therapy session. And well, you know, it's not the same thing as a sibling or somebody else, brother, parents child's, you know, walking down the hallway, there is the potential that some of this information may be transmitted to people that you don't want to and if that's a consideration, if you want to unplug those devices in the general listening area right now, now would be the time to do so.   Katie Vernoy  11:24 Okay. I mean, that seems fair, I think there's going to be people talking about this, now that we've put this podcast episode out. So I think we also don't want to freak people out. I mean, I think about also there, yes, the data is being transmitted, but it's kind of like how much data are people actually looking at. I mean, it's, it's such an inundation of all of this surveillance data, that the likelihood of someone honing in on a therapy session feels small as part of quality control. And I'm not saying we shouldn't do anything about it, I'm just saying, I'm gonna. Curt Widhalm  11:59 Wave your argument away and saying that the likelihood of somebody breaking into your office and working at client files is also very small. But that does not absolve you of your responsibility to take the precautions to let our clients know about the limits of confidentiality,   Katie Vernoy  12:17 I think it's I think, in talking about it with clients, the way you just said, it sounded a little paranoid, you   Curt Widhalm  12:22 Are being listened to. Katie Vernoy  12:25 You're being listened to. It's I think there's potentially a clinical clinically relevant way to talk about it. I mean, I think, as you know, smart devices that have voice activation potentially can get activated by words that we use, you may want to turn those on, or turn them off their devices in your room, turn them off, turn off voice activation, whatever. But like, there are devices listening in your room, you may want to unplug them. You sounded a little paranoid. It's true. But But I think we want to I don't know, it just it feels a little bit. I don't know paranoid to me, I don't I don't know what   Curt Widhalm  13:03 Your paranoia is my legal precaution of that. And it doesn't have to be presented in that paranoid sort of way. It's just, you know, hey, it's known at this point, like little disclosure, here, we have a little you know, Alexa thing sitting in our living room, sometimes our TV activates it. And then we get little ads on the Alexa based on whatever show that's activated Alexa. So all of a sudden, we're getting, you know, Airbnb recommendations of, you know, wherever the TV show we just watched was located, it's not that much of a stretch of the imagination to think these things are listening, it's happened a couple of times with my phone, just in this episode, it doesn't have to be done in a paranoia sort of way. It's just kind of a, hey, if your privacy means that much to you, and you're gonna be talking about these sensitive things, you might want to consider shutting off those voice activated things in your room.   Katie Vernoy  13:55 Well, I mean, the other thing that we talked about before starting to record is also the the geolocation and potentially contacts on your phone. And so to me, I feel like, at some point there, if we are going to be in a technological society, there may be things that we just cannot avoid. And maybe I'm wrong. I mean, maybe do I do I just never turn on my phone when another person's in my office, like, I feel like being able to not have, you know, if someone's actually physically coming to my office, and our phones have crossed GPS, and all of our apps say like, Oh, they're in the same room, they must like the same things and then start feeding us all of the ads, on the things that either we've talked about, because voice activation is on, or the things that each other have searched for. I mean, it starts to get a little bit nutty, to like, basically be Luddites at the moments during which we're doing therapy.   Curt Widhalm  14:53 It's not to say that we have to be Luddites, it's that we have to disclose the potential So limits of confidentiality that clients may be coming to expect sharing on a Wi Fi network, if you're a well intentioned therapist who has a parent who wants to be, you know, on the Wi Fi network in your office while their kids doing therapy. That's one way that some of these algorithms work to match up people who should be connected on some of the social media sites, if you've got a client's phone number saved in your phone, and you've given third party apps, the permission to scan through your phonebook. These are other ways that you're potentially transmitting data to people that you have maybe lied to people about in your Notice of Privacy Practices that you give to your clients, if the information that you say that what you're doing with it, and how it's going to be shared. And you're sharing this information in inadvertent ways, I'm not aware of any court cases where a therapist has been taken to court on this, but I could see where a therapist could be held liable by having some of this data shared in ways that they never heard that their Notice of Privacy Practices, you know, they take their boilerplate language from somebody down the street, who took it from somebody down the street, who took it from somebody down the street, who took it from actually a paid layer that they actually were responsible with. So since we tend to copy and paste and borrow and pay homage to other people's paperwork, by just borrowing and stealing, and calling it our own, we may not actually be aware of everything in some of these Notice of Privacy Practices that we give out, if what you're doing is transmitting some of this client data, you at least should document that you've had some of these discussions with your clients, as a way of limiting your liability when it comes to having any of these kinds of devices around you. And if the conversation and your own anxieties hasn't pointed it out. So far, we all have these devices, this should be a regular part of the conversation. And should be something where especially talking about a lot of protected health information, especially if you're already a HIPAA covered entity, you have to be aware of this   Katie Vernoy  17:11 Going back to kind of the original thought that I had around this is that whether it's convenience, or practicality that has you put the contacts in your phone, for example, I think that we have to think beyond that. Because it really can harm our ability to keep those that data say I mean, I think about inadvertently, I have done a really good job at keeping my data away from Facebook, I don't take any of the things I don't log into anything with Facebook, I've tried to keep Facebook fairly separate, as well as I use a really old email. And it's not connected to my practice in any way. I'm not sure that anybody else wants to do that. But they're like, I don't share contacts with any of my social media. So my phone is never mind for those things I actively go through and, and deny those permissions. But to me, it could be very simple, even a slip of your of a button press so to speak, where you've shared all your contact to LinkedIn, Twitter, social media, any other social media platform that you allow all of the permissions on your phone, because it's easier because like, oh, well, I'll find my friends, I don't have to go search for them individually. I mean, there's so many ways that are very seductive, that we could do this in an inadvertent data sharing,   Curt Widhalm  18:33 You know, this is no commentary on you. But you identified yourself not as like a super tech savvy person. And yet, I would say that what you just described is more tech savvy than what most people would think about. And that's why we have some of the responsibilities that we do in talking with clients about how their health information may go beyond just our therapy sessions here. Some of these articles that we've seen talk about, you know, don't do things like write your notes, you know, pay Google write in this patient chart, X, Y, and Z. Like, those things would seem obvious, especially to a lot of our modern therapist community who would be like, yeah, that totally makes sense. But just actually having the presence of any of these devices around us, is, you know, a matter of lifestyle for some people and it's knowing to go in and how to shut off some of these things or be able to talk with some of our clients about this because something that's happened during the COVID pandemic and with a lot of telehealth is, we've also become de facto, it people when it comes to explaining to some of our clients just even how to make some of the telehealth stuff work. And so if you know our EHR platforms, and as simple as they get made before for user experiences, if people are still having trouble with those knowing to go in and where to look on a phone for here's where data gets shared back and forth with each other, well, that might be a little bit outside. The scope of what we want to talk about with clients, it's sometimes more simple as far as if you have these devices. And you don't want the conversation of what we're what we're talking about being shared with any of the apps on your phone. Best practice might be just to turn them off during our sessions. But if you leave them on, just know that we can't guarantee complete confidentiality, that's it.   Katie Vernoy  20:20 That seems fair. Um, one of the things that you said earlier, though, struck me because I think that you and I are like, obviously, we wouldn't, you know, kind of transcribe our notes or, you know, kind of do voice over notes on our phone. But that's kind of an accessibility issue for some folks who can't type or handwrite their notes. And I would be very curious on how to protect in that regard. You know, if I've got a voice recorder, that helps me to do my notes, is it within a HIPAA compliant platform that goes directly into my notes? I mean, this might be things that people need to research is how do all of my apps interact? And how do I make sure that I'm not there's not more than what I'm working on open and listening? Because I think that's hard. And I don't know that I wouldn't say I'm tech savvy, I think I actually am. But I think it's something where understanding how privacy and data works, and how things interact with each other how there's data handoffs, I think those types of things feel like they are beyond the scope of being a therapist, but I like what you're saying is like, then just turn these devices off. I guess the only problem is, I have clients that use their phone for their telehealth session. So I don't know if you know, I use simple practice. So I don't know simple practice, then make sure that other apps on the phone are not listening. I don't know if there's even a way to do that. And or if there is a way for people to, you know, like, do you go through and you just kind of disable each of the apps that you don't want to listen, I mean, it feels like there's, there's a challenge here to really having a practical solution, unless we can be certain that the platform that we're using for our video calls on the phone are actually is actually secure. And my assumption is that's the case, I just don't know what else is listening, if and if that's possible.   Curt Widhalm  22:11 And in preparation of this episode, I did not do a deep dive into how, you know, our EHR platforms when they are used on our devices, more popular EHR companies, simple practice, you mentioned those video sessions, if there is a HIPAA compliance, if they have signed a BA agreement with you, those are end to end encrypted communications. Now, what I did not do a deep dive on is does that also prevent other apps and things from also listening, if it is being used on this solitary device that your session is on TBD? You know, follow us on our social media, or whatever. And we'll sort through that through that. It does come back to this point. And especially as we can see some of these tech companies moving more and more into the healthcare space that they're going to make closer and closer approximate efforts to become HIPAA compliant. And this is always kind of a cautionary sort of thing, where I'm a part of a lot of Facebook groups, with therapists, a lot of online communities, and I see a number of people wanting to do things as inexpensively as possible. But without those ba agreements, as business associate agreements, you're not guaranteed to have the same a HIPAA protections if that data does get leaked out or shared in other ways. And so these are your responsibilities as therapists when it comes to confidentiality and this AI conversation.   Katie Vernoy  23:44 And there's a lot of different ways to try to do that. I was one of you were talking, I was thinking about a conversation I had with Roy Huggins from persons under attack, who unfortunately recently just died. And it's a very tragic loss for our profession. And just the way that he would talk about HIPAA compliance. And I'm sure Person Center tech will continue that work was that you have to understand the risks that you're taking, and do what you can and then be comfortable with a risk you're still taking because he's not be perfect. And so I think it's I think it's, it's hard because it can be very scary, because we can't necessarily get to a place where we've we've taken every single precaution. I mean, we could go to a black site, have everyone come in separate ways, no GPS phones are left at their houses, and then be in a room together and then leave. There might be other liability if nobody knows where you are, and you're alone in a room with a client. But I think as a society, I don't think we can protect ourselves from every single thing. But these are things that we can protect ourselves against. pretty simply, I mean, you just turn it off. Um, I think, and that's something that I don't know that a lot of people were thinking about this. Now,   Curt Widhalm  24:57 One of the questions on one of these articles got asked, I think is worth discussing here is for people who are working at sites that require you to have a cell phone on you for safety reasons, whether it be in the floor of a hospital male use system, if you're working for an agency where you go and visit clients houses or whatever, it's what did you see, in kind of the responses to those articles there,   Katie Vernoy  25:26 The main thing is to turn off voice activation, so that there's not a voice activation element. So it's not recording the content, making your phone, a regular cell phone and trying to get rid of some of the other, you know, kind of the smart elements of it, I think can be very helpful. The thing that you can't avoid, if you're trying to go for safety is really, you got to keep GPS on if you need to make an emergency call, they need to be able to ping your cell phone. And so I think there's there are some, some safety issues or not, there are some privacy issues that you can't avoid if you need to have a cell phone. And it's for safety reasons. But I think it's something where the voice assistant technologies, those things are maybe not that easy to find, but but you can, you know, there's some instructions in this, and I'll put this in the show notes so that you can find it. But you know, turning off those voice activation, making sure that you've made yourself as tight as possible. As far as any kind of data that's going out turning off, you know, all of the apps, making sure there's nothing running in the background, even going through your apps and having the permission set to only while the app is on, I think is helpful, because then if Facebook is tracking your location, and Instagram is tracking your location, and Google and whatever, if those are tracking your location all the time, then there's a lot of data being shared. But if you turn those, if you only have those on when you have those apps open, and you consciously close them before you go in my hope is that they're not also running in the background. I've also had something where I put my phone on really low battery use before where it only allows for phone. So it basically shuts down anything running in the background so that you don't have things going that you don't know about. But you know, if you're wanting safety going all the way to turning it off or airplane mode is going to maybe an advisable for safety.   Curt Widhalm  27:24 And in these conversations and what I would suggest is let your clients know what the limits of confidentiality are. And and this doesn't have to be a huge in depth pieces of conversations. Some of your clients may have more interest in what you're talking about, or paranoia depending on why you're seeing those clients. But we would love to hear your experiences with this kind of stuff or thoughts or considerations that you have. You can share those with us on our social media. You can find links to those in our show notes. And once again, those are over at MTS g podcast.com. You can join our Facebook group, the modern therapist group and spill your data to us and Mark Zuckerberg. And until next time, I'm Kurt Wilhelm with Katie Vernoy and Siri.   Katie Vernoy  28:17 Thanks again to our sponsor buying time   Curt Widhalm  28:20 Buying Time's VAs support businesses by managing email communications, CRM or automation systems, website admin and hosting email marketing, social media, bookkeeping and much more. Their sole purpose is to create the opportunity for you to focus on supporting those you serve while ensuring that your back office runs smoothly with a full team of VAs gives the opportunity to hire for one role and get multiple areas of support. There's no reason to be overwhelmed with running your business with this solution available.               Katie Vernoy  28:48 Book a consultation to see where and how you can get started getting the support you need. That's buyingtimellc.com/book-consultation once again, buying time llc.com forward slash book dash consultation.   Announcer  29:04 Thank you for listening to the modern therapist Survival Guide. Learn more about who we are and what we do at mtsgpodcast.com. You can also join us on Facebook and Twitter. And please don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any of our episodes.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
"Maura Monday's" with Maura Quint and Professor Jeff Jarvis Episode 521

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 115:45


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more At 33 minutes in I welcome the great Maura Quint. Maura is a humor writer and activist whose work has been featured in publications such as McSweeneys and The New Yorker. She was named one of Rolling Stone's top 25 funniest twitter accounts of 2016. When not writing comedy, Maura has worked extensively with non-profits in diverse sectors including political action campaigns, international arts collectives and health and human services organizations. She has never been officially paid to protest but did once find fifteen cents on the ground at an immigrants' rights rally and wanted to make sure that had been disclosed. She was the co founder and executive director of TaxMarch.org  And she recently began a new gig at the Americans for Tax Fairness campaign director -------------------------- 1:13 Jeff Jarvis is the author of What Would Google Do?   and Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way we Work and Live. He has blogged at Buzzmachine.com about media, technology, and life's irritations since 2001. Jarvis directs the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He writes occasionally for the Guardian and HuffingtonPost.   You can see and hear Jeff on "This Week In Google"   In prior lives, Jarvis was creator and founding editor of Entertainment Weekly; president and creative director of Advance.net (online arm of Advance Publications); Sunday editor and associate publisher of the New York Daily News; a columnist on the San Francisco Examiner.   Jeff's list experts https://twitter.com/i/lists/1237834151694303234 https://buzzmachine.com/   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page  

La Academia de Marketing Online
Todo es posible: Inspiración y motivación para soñar en grande, con Virginia Feito | Episodio 392

La Academia de Marketing Online

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 48:24


Seguramente este episodio de La Academia de Marketing Online es el más especial hasta la fecha (por lo menos para mí). También ha sido uno de los más fáciles de preparar. Mi invitada ni siquiera tuvo que enviarme su biografía porque me sé su vida de memoria. Los oyentes más veteranos (hay más de uno que nos lleva escuchando desde que empezamos en 2014) probablemente reconoceréis su voz. Al fin y al cabo, fue ella la que narró la introducción de los primeros 300 y pico episodios. ¡Quién iba a decir que esa narración se acabaría escuchando más de 4 millones de veces y que eventualmente ella estaría en el programa como invitada! Te cuento… Virginia Feito es mi hermana pequeña. La pobre tiene bastante poca idea de Marketing y Negocios Online. De hecho, ni siquiera tiene redes sociales y costó bastante que se animara a montar una página web. Pero hay una cosa que sí sabe hacer. Lo puedes llamar “pura cabezonería”. O si eres más cursi, “perseguir sus sueños”. Bueno. Sabe de eso y por lo visto también de escribir novelas… Un buen día Virginia dejó su trabajo en una importante agencia de publicidad para hacer algo con lo que llevaba soñando desde los 5 años: escribir un libro. Y lo escribió. Hasta aquí todo normal. Lo que ya no es tan normal fue la subasta que tuvo lugar entre las principales editoriales americanas para publicarlo. Tampoco la puja por los derechos internacionales.  Ni la subasta para hacer la película que será interpretada por Elisabeth Moss. La Señora March ha sido elegida como una de las novelas del año por The Times, Oprah Daily, Evening Standard, las librerías Barnes & Noble y Waterstones, el New York Times y el USA Today entre otros. Ha recibido reseñas brillantes en el Economist, The Observer, The Guardian, la revista People y el Washington Post. Han hablado de ella en El País y en Vogue. Virginia Feito —la que narraba la introducción de este podcast en 2014— ha cumplido su sueño de convertirse en una bestseller mundial. En este episodio hablamos con ella sobre motivación, hábitos, cómo perseguir tus sueños (minimizando los riesgos) y cómo gestionar el éxito. PD: Te pido disculpas por mi voz de ultratumba en este episodio. Al final resulta que sí era covid. GRACIAS A NUESTRO PATROCINADOR

The Retrospectors
Rebooting 'The Rivals'

The Retrospectors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 10:10


The first night of Richard Sheridan's classic comedy ‘The Rivals' did not go according to plan. Critics thought it was too long, the Irish gentry in the audience were insulted, and an actor was pelted with rotten fruit. It closed after one performance on 17th January, 1775.But then… after eleven days of rewrites, recasting and edits (a process Sheridan called “prunings, trimmings and patchings”), the show re-opened - and became the much-loved hit it remains to this day.In this episode, Arion, Rebecca and Olly expose how Sheridan exploited his notoriety in Bath to put bums on seats; unpick how the play's famous ‘Malapropisms' achieved seminal status; and revisit the best of Sheridan's real-life one-liners…Further Reading:• ‘The scourge of Bath' (The Guardian, 2004): https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2004/may/15/theatre• The Dramatic Works of Richard Brinsley Sheridan (Cavan Library): http://www.cavanlibrary.ie/file/Local-Studies/Library-Scanned-Docs/The_dramatic_works_of_Richard_Brinsley_Sheridan.pdf• ‘What Are Malapropisms?' (Bright Idea, 2021): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMdgr-qSAfMWe had EVEN MORE to say about Sheridan's second draft. To hear bonus material this and every week*, support the show NOW at Patreon.com/Retrospectors or on Apple Podcasts.(*top two tiers only)The Retrospectors are Olly Mann, Rebecca Messina & Arion McNicoll, with Matt Hill.Theme Music: Pass The Peas. Announcer: Bob Ravelli. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. Edit Producer: Emma Corsham.Copyright: Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Reality Santa Barbara (Audio)
Day Six | 21 Day Prayer Tour | God the Guardian Of Our Souls

Reality Santa Barbara (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 9:52


Today we are praying for God to be our help, the the guardian of our community and the keeper of our souls.

The John Batchelor Show
#SmallBusinessAmerica: The Middle-Aged Entrepreneur Nation. @GeneMarks @Guardian @PhillyInquirer

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 7:28


Photo:   An advertisement in the Morning Post, 6 April 1835.  Leftwich was the first to import ice from Norway to England. #SmallBusinessAmerica: The Middle-Aged Entrepreneur Nation. @GeneMarks  @Guardian @PhillyInquirer Fed's Beige Book: "A sudden pull-back in leisure travel, hotel occupancy and patronage at restaurants" https://www.federalreserve.gov/monetarypolicy/beigebook202201.htm

The John Batchelor Show
#SmallBusinessAmerica: Omicron bites into winter @GeneMarks @Guardian @PhillyInquirer

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 13:04


Photo:  The Beige Book, more formally called the Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions, is a report published by the United States Federal Reserve Board eight times a year.  #SmallBusinessAmerica: Omicron bites into winter @GeneMarks  @Guardian @PhillyInquirer Fed's Beige Book: "A sudden pull-back in leisure travel, hotel occupancy and patronage at restaurants" https://www.federalreserve.gov/monetarypolicy/beigebook202201.htm

On Being with Krista Tippett
Oliver Burkeman – Time Management for Mortals

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 50:45


Journalist Oliver Burkeman has made a delightful and important philosophical, spiritual, and practical investigation of all that is truly at stake in what we blithely refer to as “time management.” At this time of year, many of us are making plans and resolutions — treating time as part bully, part resource — something we could fit everything we want into if only we had the discipline. This conversation is offered up to release you from that illusion. He invites us into a new relationship with time, our technologies, and the power of limits — and thus with our mortality and with life itself.Oliver Burkeman is a journalist and author. His most recent book is Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals. He's also the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking. He writes and publishes a twice monthly email newsletter called “The Imperfectionist.” You can find The Guardian column he wrote from 2006 to 2020 online. It's titled, “This Column Will Change Your Life.”  Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.

On Being with Krista Tippett
[Unedited] Oliver Burkeman with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 90:35


Journalist Oliver Burkeman has made a delightful and important philosophical, spiritual, and practical investigation of all that is truly at stake in what we blithely refer to as “time management.” At this time of year, many of us are making plans and resolutions — treating time as part bully, part resource — something we could fit everything we want into if only we had the discipline. This conversation is offered up to release you from that illusion. He invites us into a new relationship with time, our technologies, and the power of limits — and thus with our mortality and with life itself.Oliver Burkeman is a journalist and author. His most recent book is Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals. He's also the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking. He writes and publishes a twice monthly email newsletter called “The Imperfectionist.” You can find The Guardian column he wrote from 2006 to 2020 online. It's titled, “This Column Will Change Your Life.”  This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Oliver Burkeman – Time Management for Mortals." Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org. 

SEOULMATES: A KDrama Podcast For The People
Ep 65 | Yah or Nahh: Goblin (otherwise known as Guardian: The Great and Lonely God)

SEOULMATES: A KDrama Podcast For The People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 25:43


Kim and Maddie decided to finally watch Goblin, lest their kdrama podcast mics get taken away for not having watched this ~classic~ show. This 2017 kdrama is still widely referenced and two episodes in, it's easy to see why - an adorable FL, two tall and v attractive male leads (seriously, those jaw lines could cut through glass!!!), and an intruiguing plot setup. Kim might need a hot sec to get on board with this low key cringey age gap, but this show is everything Madison could ever dream of and more. They talk through the first two episodes, the questions they want to see answered, and lots of references to Gong Yoo's face bc we're only human ya know.

The Psychology Podcast
Oliver Burkeman || Time Management for Mortals

The Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 62:09


In this episode, I talk to bestselling author Oliver Burkeman about his latest book Four Thousand Weeks. On the surface, it's easy to mistake it for another self-help book on time management. But instead of enthusing about productivity hacks, Oliver challenges his readers to confront the finite nature of humanity. By doing so, he argues  we can live fuller lives—without having to always carry the fear of missing out. We also touch on the topics of procrastination, positive psychology, flow, realism, deep time, and patience.BioOliver Burkeman is a journalist for The Guardian. From 2006 to 2020, he wrote the popular weekly column on psychology called “This Column Will Change Your Life”. He is the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking and Help! How to Become Slightly Happier and Get a Bit More Done. In 2015, he won the Foreign Press Association's Young Journalist of the Year award, and has been short-listed for the Orwell Prize. His most recent book is Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals.Website: www.oliverburkeman.comTwitter: @oliverburkeman Topics00:02:03 The efficiency trap00:05:34 Accepting human limitations00:08:35 Why we handicap ourselves00:13:07 How to be a better procrastinator00:18:32 Each activity is paid for with your life00:20:55 The joy of missing out00:23:55 Harness more deep time00:27:57 The common theme of Oliver's books 00:32:02 Realism and doing the impossible00:37:29 Productivity and self-worth00:40:53 Embracing boredom instead of acceleration00:46:14 Developing a taste for problems00:50:21 Radical incrementalism00:57:30 “Originality lies on the far side of unoriginality”01:01:06 How time management distracts us from wonder01:03:50 Oliver's approach to new year resolutions

The Maris Review
Episode 138: Jami Attenberg

The Maris Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 36:31


Jami Attenberg is the New York Times bestselling author of 7 books of fiction, including The Middlesteins and All This Could Be Yours. She has contributed essays to the New York Times Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Sunday Times, and the Guardian, among other publications. She lives in New Orleans. Her new book is called I Came All This Way To Meet You Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Science Weekly
Why Theranos's blood-testing claims were always too good to be true

Science Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 15:51


Last week, the tech CEO Elizabeth Holmes – once described as ‘the next Steve Jobs' – was convicted of fraud, and could face decades in prison. Her now collapsed company, Theranos, promised to revolutionise medicine with a machine that could run hundreds of health tests on just a pinprick of blood. Those claims have since been exposed as false – but could they ever have been true? Madeleine Finlay speaks to the Guardian's wealth correspondent, Rupert Neate, about Silicon Valley's trial of the century, and pathologist Dr Benjamin Mazer about why Theranos's vision seemed impossible from the start. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod

Horrible Gamers
HGP#380 I Own Canada!

Horrible Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 200:04


This week join JesusWalksAlot,The Mayo and Gibb8777 as we discuss Guardian of the Galaxy, Ready or Not, more NFT's and Halo Infinite and so much more! Does anybody read this? Like seriously..anyone here? We appreciate you!        Intro Music by Fantomenk - DisChipo -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RauRj6OAgNU Outro Music by Fantomenk-DisChipo - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RauRj6OAgNU Join us in our group on Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/groups/HorribleGamers/ Like our Page -https://www.facebook.com/HorribleGamers/ Follow us on Twitter -https://twitter.com/_Horriblegamers Discord -https://discord.gg/8bsaxmD Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/horriblegamers If you like the show..Rate and Review It! Special Thanks to Our Patreon Supporters Jesus Loves You!

Explorers Wanted
What Went Wrong

Explorers Wanted

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 48:31


Separated from each other, our crew of explorers must individually come to terms with the consequences of their actions. ChaCha and Bastian make plans on how best to deal with Buddy-Cop's temper. Nix attempts an escape from Josah Kinn's custody. Dili arrives at a Guardian safehouse which is already abuzz with terrible news. Player Intrusion: Stace: Valor's Choice by Tanya Huff Bookshop (https://bookshop.org/books/valor-s-choice/9781400159925) | Barnes & Noble (https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/valors-choice-tanya-huff/1101368393?ean=9780698152274) | Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Valours-Choice-Confederation-Tanya-Huff/dp/1781169667/) Your cast: GM: Daniel (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/daniel) Adilabrim "Dili" Kret: Sampson (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/sampson) Chansey "Cha-Cha" Letoile: Alex (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/alex) Nix: Stace (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/stace) Music Theme music: Ninth World by Dave Sterling (https://www.mixcloud.com/davesterling/). Tension Strings & Bass by Monument Studios Friendly Celeste by Monument Studios Horror Atmos by Monument Studios Anxiety State by Monument Studios Harp Waltz by Monument Studios Long Note Three by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3993-long-note-three License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Thrones by Monument Studios Additional sound effects by Audio Alchemist, GameDevArts, Monument Studios, and Savage. Production Editing: Daniel Transcription: Stace Safety in Role-playing It is essential that everyone playing in a game feels safe and is having fun. We've compiled a brief list of the safety tools we use here (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/safety). As always, see our standard disclaimer (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/disclaimer).

Around The Empire
Ep 244 Biological Weapons in the Korean War feat Jeffrey Kaye

Around The Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 95:33


Guest: Jeffrey Kaye. We talk about his research and writing on the Korean War and the biological warfare that was waged. HIs work is based on years of experience and research including in depth research of the depositions by prisoners of war and other materials that required laborious and expensive efforts to obtain. In a bonus segment we talk about how the US biowarfare operations have changed since the offensive bioweapon programs were officially ended during the Nixon administration when the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention was ratified.  Jeffrey Kaye  is a retired psychologist. For nearly 10 years he worked part time with Survivors International in San Francisco, conducting both assessment and psychotherapy of torture victims. After 9/11, he joined others in protesting the activities of psychologists in the CIA and Department of Defense, some of whom who helped develop interrogation programs that have widely been exposed as including torture and other forms of cruel treatment of prisoners. He is also a blogger and an author of the book "Cover-up at Guantanamo". His articles have been published for many years on various media outlets including Counterpunch, The Guardian and Al Jazeera. FOLLOW Jeffrey Kaye on Twitter @Jeff_Kaye and find his work at Medium. Around the Empire aroundtheempire.com is listener supported, independent media. SUBSCRIBE/FOLLOW on Rokfin rokfin.com/aroundtheempire, Patreon patreon.com/aroundtheempire, Paypal paypal.me/aroundtheempirepod, YouTube youtube.com/aroundtheempire, Spotify, iTunes, iHeart, Google Podcasts FOLLOW @aroundtheempire and @joanneleon.  Join us on TELEGRAM https://t.me/AroundtheEmpire Find everything on http://aroundtheempire.com  and linktr.ee/aroundtheempire Reference Links: Secret History: U.S. Air Force, Marine Corps Flyers' Confessions on Use of Biological Weapons in the Korean War, Jeffrey Kaye CIA, MKULTRA and the Cover-up of U.S. Germ Warfare in the Korean War, Counterpunch, Jeffrey Kaye / Insurge Intelligence "A Real Flood of Bacteria and Germs": Communications Intelligence and Charges of U.S. Germ Warfare During the Korean War, Jeffrey Kaye, Counterpunch New Revelations on Germ Warfare: It's Time for a Reckoning with Our History from the Korean War, Jeffrey Kaye, Counterpunch The Schnacke Affidavit: U.S. Admission of Offensive Germ Warfare Capability During the Korean War, Jeffrey Kaye, Counterpunch Censored: North Korea Accused U.S. of Working with Unit 731 War Criminals on BW Attacks, Jeffrey Kaye A Concealed War Crime: U.S. Anthrax Bombings of China During the Korean War, Jeffrey Kaye REVEALED: The long-suppressed official report on US biowarfare in North Korea, Jeffrey Kaye  

KERA's Think
A case for how to better spend policing dollars

KERA's Think

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 28:32


Some police reform activists have embraced the idea of abolishing police forces altogether. Derecka Purnell is a human rights lawyer, organizer and columnist for The Guardian, and she joins host Krys Boyd to discuss her journey to the moment where she began to believe police reform doesn't work, and the solutions she feels are necessary for equality, healing and public safety. Her book is called “Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom.”

La ContraCrónica
Garzón y las 'macrogranjas'

La ContraCrónica

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 43:07


La semana pasada estalló un formidable escándalo a cuenta de una entrevista que el ministro de Consumo, Alberto Garzón, concedió al diario británico The Guardian. En el curso de la entrevista el ministro se manifestó a favor de la ganadería extensiva y criticó la ganadería intensiva. Dijo textualmente que "las macrogranjas se instalan en áreas despobladas de España y ponen 4.000, 5.000 o 10.000 cabezas de ganado; contaminan el suelo, el agua y luego exportan carne de poca calidad de animales maltratados". Esa frase bastó para que el sector agrario y algunos presidentes autonómicos como el de Castilla y León o el de Aragón se pusiesen en pie de guerra. Estas dos regiones cuentan con una cabaña ganadera considerable y presumen de producir carne de muy alta calidad que en buena parte se exporta. Las declaraciones de Garzón llegaron, además, en plena precampaña de las elecciones autonómicas castellanoleonesas por lo que fue allí donde el escándalo está siendo mayor. Los ganaderos de toda España, por su parte, pidieron la dimisión o el cese inmediato del ministro por atacar los intereses de España, algo completamente inaudito ya que los ministros jamás atacan en público (y mucho menos en el extranjero) a ninguna industria nacional. El Gobierno trató en principio de desvincularse de las declaraciones de Garzón arguyendo que las había hecho a título personal, pero poco después el interesado les corrigió asegurando que no, que había hablado como ministro del Gobierno de España. Así, lo que había comenzado como un escándalo devino una crisis política dentro del gabinete que ha puesto a Pedro Sánchez contra las cuerdas y que, ya de paso, ha abierto un interesante debate sobre la ganadería intensiva y las famosas macrogranjas. Hoy en La ContraCrónica vamos a abordar este tema que tanta discusión está ocasionando, respondiéndonos a algunas preguntas como qué es una macrogranja, a quién beneficia y si son o no necesarias. En La ContraRéplica: - El asalto al Capitolio - Cuánta electricidad necesitaremos generar en el futuro - Robert Malone >>> “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Takeline
Behind the Scenes of Novak Djokovic's Court Hearing

Takeline

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 61:45


This week on Takeline, Jason & Renee are back to recap #KlayDay at the Chase Center and check in on the Knicks and Hawks. Then, Guardian journalist Tumaini Carayol joins the show to report on the moments surrounding Novak Djokovic's immigration hearing ahead of the Australian Open. Finally, we'll unpack how Joe Judge reflects New York Giants dysfunction. Subscribe at http://youtube.com/takelineshow for exclusive video clips and to watch ALL CAPS NBA. New episodes every Friday! For a closed-captioned version of this episode, click here. For a transcript of this episode, please email transcripts@crooked.com and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Storybound
BONUS: Chuck Klosterman reads two stories from "Raised in Captivity: Fictional Nonfiction"

Storybound

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 42:58


Chuck Klosterman reads two stories from "Raised in Captivity: Fictional Nonfiction," backed by an original Storybound remix with Lindsey Bitson, and sound design and arrangement by Jude Brewer. Chuck Klosterman is the bestselling author of eight books of nonfiction (including "Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs," "But What If We're Wrong?" and "Chuck Klosterman X") and two novels ("Downtown Owl" and "The Visible Man"). He has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, GQ, Esquire, Spin, The Guardian, The Believer, Billboard, The A.V. Club, and ESPN. Klosterman served as the Ethicist for The New York Times Magazine for three years, appeared as himself in the LCD Soundsystem documentary Shut Up and Play the Hits, and was an original founder of the website Grantland with Bill Simmons. Lindsey Bitson is a Sacramento-based indie-rock musician. Her latest album, "Bathing in Yesterday's Fires," was released in 2021. Support Storybound by supporting our sponsors: Norton brings you Michael Lewis' The Premonition: A Pandemic Story, a nonfiction thriller that pits a band of medical visionaries against a wall of ignorance as the COVID-19 pandemic looms. Learn more about Chanel's No. 5 perfume at inside.chanel.com/ Scribd combines the latest technology with the best human minds to recommend content that you'll love. Go to try.scribd.com/storybound to get 60 days of Scribd for free. Acorn.tv is the largest commercial free British streaming service with hundreds of exclusive shows from around the world. Try acorn.tv for free for 30 days by going to acorn.tv and using promo code Storybound. Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code STORYBOUND Visit betterhelp.com/Storybound and join the over 2,000,000 people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional ButcherBox sources their meat from partners with the highest standards for quality. Go to ButcherBox.com/STORYBOUND to receive a FREE turkey in your first box.   Storybound is hosted by Jude Brewer and brought to you by The Podglomerate and Lit Hub Radio. Let us know what you think of the show on Instagram and Twitter @storyboundpod. *** This show is a part of the Podglomerate network, a company that produces, distributes, and monetizes podcasts. We encourage you to visit the website and sign up for our newsletter for more information about our shows, launches, and events. For more information on how The Podglomerate treats data, please see our Privacy Policy.  Since you're listening to Storybound, you might enjoy reading, writing, and storytelling. We'd like to suggest you also try the History of Literature or Book Dreams. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Writing Coach Podcast with Rebecca L. Weber

Neediness has been normalized in much of freelance culture, to our own detriment. Desperation compounds difficult situations by blocking our own resourcefulness. Even when desperation fuels our actions, it's not energy that's sustainable long term. Without defining neediness as a so-called negative frame of mind that needs (!) to be replaced with a “positive” one, today we look at thoughts and feelings that are more useful for getting the outcomes we want and enjoying our writing lives along the way. MENTIONED ON TODAY'S EPISODE WCP 56: Playing it safe WORK WITH ME Apply for the next session of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp. Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter.  Bootcamp alumni have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. We cover all the external skills to improve your pitch acceptance rate, and the internal mindset work to keep you from getting in your own way. Let's get started: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast161

The John Batchelor Show
#SmallBusinessAmerica: Blockchain for All. @GeneMarks @Guardian @PhillyInquirer

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 8:01


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow #SmallBusinessAmerica: Blockchain for All.  @GeneMarks  @Guardian @PhillyInquirer https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/dec/26/blockchain-cryptocurrency-nft-biggest-small-business-story-2021

The John Batchelor Show
#SmallBusinessAmerica: Managing Inflation. @GeneMarks @Guardian @PhillyInquirer

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 12:26


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow #SmallBusinessAmerica: Managing Inflation.  @GeneMarks  @Guardian @PhillyInquirer https://www.inquirer.com/business/small-business/small-business-inflation-prices-strategy-tips-20220103.html

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Garrett Nash

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 42:07


We had the pleasure of interviewing Garrett Nash over Zoom video!  6x RIAA platinum-certified Atlantic Records/Overall Recordings artist Garrett Nash has released his version of his favorite childhood song, “Stacy's Mom.” Originally released by Fountains of Wayne, Nash has put his own spin on the 2000s hit. Listen to Nash's version of “Stacy's Mom” HERE. The nostalgic cover follows a pair of irresistible singles from Nash – the self-reflective, “Super Glue,” and the touching ode to Nash's upbringing in Los Angeles, “Palm Trees.” These recent tracks marked a new direction from the singer-songwriter formerly known as gnash. The name change reflects his remarkable growth as both an individual and artist over the past decade.Having won worldwide applause and triumphant popular success under his gnash moniker, Garrett Nash now takes a more matured, deeply personal approach to his genre-blurring brand of modern pop. gnash made his global breakthrough with 2016's multi-platform blockbuster hit single, “i hate u, i love u.” The stripped-bare track reached the top 10 on Billboard's “Hot 100” – where it spent an impressive 39 weeks – and singles charts around the world, earning 6x RIAA platinum certification and more than 2B global streams. Furthermore, the “i hate u, i love u” companion video is an unadulterated blockbuster, now with over 640M individual views via YouTube alone. Along with his world-straddling popular success, gnash began receiving rapt attention from worldwide media, drawing critical acclaim from such top tier publications as the New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, Vogue, and NYLON, to name but a few. 2019 saw gnash follow a series of EPs with his RIAA gold certified full-length debut album, we, drawing praise from such outlets as The Guardian for its “highly intimate confessionals about doubt, anxiety and insecurity…the combination of charming tunes and humbling insights are truly lovely.” As charming and idiosyncratic on stage as in the studio, gnash traveled North America on a number of tours, including 2019's 40-date “the broken hearts club tour,” while also finding time for high-profile TV performances on NBC's TODAY and Late Night with Seth Meyers. A strong advocate for mental health, gnash has long been open about his struggles, publicly acknowledging the benefits of therapy while also encouraging fans to find their own unique way to express themselves. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #GarrettNash #zoom  Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! 

The Liz Wheeler Show
Ep. 89: Is Violence Against the Government Ever Justified?

The Liz Wheeler Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 48:07


Days away from the anniversary of the January 6th riots, the Left is back on its high horse attempting to paint conservatives as violent insurrectionists. Case in point? The Guardian's latest politically-pointed narrative. In a (clearly) much-needed history lesson, Liz answers the question, is violence against the government ever justified? And while we're talking about January 6th, it would do everyone good to inquire about the FBI's potentially very fishy role in this so-called “insurrection.” Plus, the award for the first PR nightmare of 2022 goes to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. This is The Liz Wheeler Show.  To get access to extended segments and more exclusive content, become a Liz Wheeler Show VIP for a special DISCOUNTED rate now through January 15: https://lizwheelershow.com/locals. -- Skip the trip to the post office and use https://Stamps.com. Claim your four-week trial today with the promo code: LIZ. -- Once you know the comfort, the pain relief, the improved performance enhancement and injury prevention benefits of Sole foot beds, you will want them in every shoe you own. Get 50% off your first order at http://yoursole.com/liz. -- Take the guesswork out of taking care of your skin with Disco. Check out Disco and try their incredible skincare products for 30% off your first order with promo code LIZ: https://letsdisco.com.