The UN climate change report was released on Monday and we opened the lines to get listener's reactions to impending climate disasters. NBC Sports Boston anchor/reporter Trenni Casey continues to cover March Madness and the slippery slope of placing online bets. Justin Silverman, executive director of the New England First Amendment Coalition, discusses various transparency issues in the state, including Healey's pledge to be the most transparent governor, and a Supreme Judicial Court ruling in favor of the right to be rude at public meetings. Arlo Guthrie, folk singer-songwriter, joins via zoom ahead of an event at the Shubert Center April 1. GBH's Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen discusses Don Quixote at the Boston Ballet, and the Gardner celebrates the 33 year anniversary of their heist by closing down over the weekend because of a climate protest. CNN chief national correspondent John King joins via zoom for a politics segment. We closed the show with the discussion of the city's proposal of the ban of nips. We wanted to know if our listeners are pro nip or pro ban on the little bottles.
Today on Boston Public Radio: Boston Mayor Michelle Wu joined for “Ask the Mayor,” discussing the Globe's public records request stating that she does not use text for anything work related and taking listener calls. NBC Sports Boston anchor and reporter Trenni Casey discussed March Madness, online betting's launch in Mass., and the Natural Selection snowboarding competition. GBH executive arts editor Jared Bowen covered the MFA exhibiting enslaved Black potters' work in ‘Hear Me Now', the biggest showing of Vermeer paintings ever at the Rijksmuseum selling out, and U.S. Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally comments on suggestive Instagram photos. Lee Pelton, CEO & President of the Boston Foundation, discussed Boston's reparations task force, and a new round of funding from TBF from the “Business Equity Fund”, and the high costs of childcare. John King joins for the latest political headlines including Biden's administration approval of The Willow Project. King is CNN's chief National Correspondent and anchor of "Inside Politics." We closed the show by asking listeners about their experiences during the Nor'easter. Do they still feel confident against freezing weather or have they gotten to used to the warmer weather this season?
--Nordo is joined by John King to talk about the All-Hair team from the tourney and the good that comes form it, Arif Hasan gives his take on the Vikings moves, and Nordo goes through the news.
Jason talked to the man behind the fantastic videos highlighting the best in hockey hair at the Minnesota Boys Hockey Tournament.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired “new” footage from the Jan. 6 riot using it to downplay violence and further the narrative that “mainstream media” has lied. How do we confront the alternative facts movement around the Jan. 6 insurrection? We opened the phone lines to hear from listeners. Boston Police Commissioner Michael Cox joined BPR for the first time to discuss reform initiatives and a rise in violence in Boston Public Schools. Commissioner Cox also commented on why the Office of Police Accountability and Transparency has not sustained civilian complaints against the police department. Trenni Casey discussed the Celtics blowing a massive point lead against the Nets; the Bruins being the team to beat this year; and a juicy anonymous survey from the NFL Players Association. Carol Rose discussed why Walgreens is pulling abortion pills from its stores in some states that have threatened legal action, President Biden's new asylum restrictions and a story in the Boston Globe about local elected officials' texts. Violinists Mark and Maggie O'Connor performed at the Boston Public Library for a Live Music Tuesday in advance of their performance at City Winery. John King discussed the latest national political headlines, including January 6th misinformation, the debt ceiling and the Democratic Party's attempt to increase support from older voters. A New York Times piece out today asks the question “is ice the height of domestic luxury?” Since the late 1800s, Americans have been obsessed with ice water, but have we taken it to new levels with fancy molds of varying shapes and flavored infusions? We opened the lines to ask listeners if they are ice-obsessed, or if they prefer a more European, ice-less beverage.
John King brings the technical breakdown in the ever-changing fertilizer and chemical markets. The fertilizer market has been on the downturn while the Ukraine-Russia conflict, paired with Europe's mild winter, has lessened Europe's need to purchase product from other countries. Internationally, markets have been waiting for India to tender urea, which has come to fruition this week. Supply on the fungicide market is tight; get your chemical portfolio penned in as soon as possible. Overall, the market is in a transitional period. Keep in contact with your local supplier and know that there is little downside left in the next 30 days. As always, give the GROW Solutions Center a call or text if you have any prep planting questions (515) 800-GROW (4769). The Farmer of the Future is well-equipped for 2023 with updated Landus locations. Our Mitchellville, Rake, and Boone facilities have undergone massive updates in 2022 and are nearing completion ahead of the 2023 planting season. Follow our social media pages to keep updated on the locations that are being renovated!
Today on Boston Public Radio, live from the Boston Public Library: The Supreme Court heard arguments this week from a handful of Republican states wishing to invalidate President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. We opened the lines to get listeners' thoughts on the plan. NBC Sports' Trenni Casey discussed baseball's new pitch clock rules, Tom Brady's news gig at Fox Sports, an unbelievable ‘ice mile' swim in Boston's Pleasure Bay and the Fur Rendezvous winter festival in Alaska. Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers' Michael Curry joined us — fresh off a red-eye flight — to discuss the 2023 NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles, Gov. Maura Healey's new advisory council on Black empowerment and the nursing home crisis in Massachusetts. GBH News' Worcester reporter Sam Turken and Worcester resident Dave Vespucci joined Jim and Margery at the Boston Public Library to discuss Sam's latest piece for GBH News' Priced Out series, a story that detailed Vespucci's long search for a new home in Worcester. GBH News Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen shared stories from his recent trip to the South, where he visited the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, sites associated with Emmett Till's murder and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama. CNN's John King discussed the latest national political headlines, including actions by Fox News executives during the Jan. 6 insurrection, the state attorneys general leading the student loan forgiveness lawsuits and the future of the Republican Party. We opened the lines to hear from listeners about pickleball. Do they have a loved one with symptoms of the made-up “Pickleball Derangement Syndrome,” or are they the ones spending all their time playing the noisy sport?
Feb. 28, 2023 - SUNY Chancellor John King discusses Gov. Kathy Hochul's proposed investments in higher education, makes the case for modest tuition increases at SUNY campuses and explains a new graduation requirement.
World Series champion starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo joins Ryan Schuiling (in for Leland) to preview his just-released album 'Some Might Say' and upcoming performances as lead singer for Bronson Arroyo and the '04 at the annual Innings Festivals in Tempe, Arizona and Tampa, Florida. Also, after two years of Speaker Nancy Pelosi declining to release any of the video footage from January 6th at the U.S. Capitol, John King and others in the media suddenly are clutching their pearls over Speaker Kevin McCarthy releasing all 40,000 hours captured on camera to Tucker Carlson of Fox News.
WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast
Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcastWelcome to WeAreLATech's Los Angeles Tech Community Spotlight! “Remix: Aidan Gold, John King, and Jake Hinga”WeAreLATech Podcast is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support our podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/believe To be featured on the podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/feature-your-la-startup/Want to be featured in the WeAreLATech Community? Create your profile here http://wearelatech.com/communityHost,Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Aidan Goldhttps://twitter.com/AGfilchehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/aidangold/Guest,John King https://www.linkedin.com/in/tappjohnking/Guest,Jake Hingahttps://www.instagram.com/hingaflipshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jacob-hinga-8919a3155/Listen to the original episodes below:Aidan Gold, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/aidan-gold-of-egenesisJohn King, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/john-king-of-tapp-incJake Hinga, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/jake-hinga-trampwall-and-circus-acrobatFor a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comTo further immerse yourself into the LA Tech community go to http://wearelatech.com/vipLinks Mentioned:eGenesis, https://www.egenesisbio.comTAPP INC, https://www.tapp.worldJunk Tramp, https://www.instagram.com/junktramp/Credits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Aidan Gold, John King, Jake Hinga
Family Life Christian Center Podcast
Knowing the Word of God is not the same as believing the Word of God. And believing the Word of God is not the same as declaring and standing firm on the Word of God. By planting our feet firmly on God's Word, we allow the live-giving wisdom within to bear fruit in our lives. Today John King brings a powerful and encouraging word. If you enjoyed this message, please review and share this message with someone who needs it. Connect with us at www.FamilyLife.cc If you would like to support our mission financially, here are some ways you can donate to our church: Tap the text to the right to give via our Church Center App. Venmo/Zelle: Send to email@example.com Text any amount to 84321 Visit www.FamilyLife.cc/Giving for more options. Thank you for listening and thank you for your generosity.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened phone and text lines to check in with parents and teachers about school vacation week, and the struggle balancing work and childcare. Trenni Casey discussed sexual assault allegations raised by local Olympic runner Lynn Jennings against her former coach. She also spoke on Joe Mazulla becoming the Celtics' new head coach, and blowback to a sexist joke made by golf star Tiger Woods. Jared Bowen reacted to a recently shattered dog balloon sculpture by acclaimed artist Jeff Koons. He also talked about a coffee shop-slash-motorcycle art exhibit in Roxbury, and some other local happenings in the world of arts & culture. Jack Lepiarz spoke about transitioning from the world of radio host to Guinness record-holding whipper and Tik Tok star. He also demonstrated his talents on a piece of pasta held by host Jim Braude. Susan Goldberg spoke about her vision for the future of GBH as a news and public media organization, two months into her tenure as President and CEO. John King discussed Biden's speech in Warsaw, Poland, marking a year of war in Ukraine. He also spoke about Fox News host Tucker Carlson getting access to hours of January 6th security camera footage. We closed out Tuesday's show by opening phone and text lines to hear listener's thoughts on war in Ukraine, one year into the conflict.
On This Week's Edition of New York NOW: Gov. Kathy Hochul's nominee for chief judge is rejected by the State Senate for a second time. We'll explain what happened. New York City Mayor Eric Adams makes his case to lawmakers in Albany. SUNY Chancellor John King joins us to discuss his vision for SUNY, a proposed tuition hike, and more. Certain drugs are used to reverse an overdose from using opioids. How do they work? We'll show you. Explore more news from across New York: www.nynow.org. Get email updates when new episodes launch: www.newsletter.nynow.org.
(Feb 16, 2023) SUNY's new chancellor has a huge challenge ahead: to increase enrollment by a third, even as many colleges face daunting deficits. Dr. John King visited SUNY Canton yesterday and talked about his strategy. Also: This week's warm weather set new record highs across the North Country.
John King the Crappie Hippie cornered Clay and forced the show back on the air! The Fish Nerds are back, we bring you some fresh news and some stories as well as a review of the Profishiency Micro Fishing Rod
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Justin Trudeau's support of Bill C-11, better known as the Online Streaming Act, which will severely limit online free speech in Canada in the name of “protecting” Canadian content creators; Elon Musk's response to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres demanding that tech companies crack down on misinformation and disinformation; MSNBC's Joy Reid using the Grammys performances of Kim Petras, Sam Smith, and Lizzo to show what diversity equity and inclusion really look like and why the left has won the culture war; 1619 Project creator Nikole Hannah-Jones spreading lies about why Ron DeSantis banned the curriculum of an AP African American history class; “The View's” Sunny Hostin displaying her ignorance about American exceptionalism and the Pledge of Allegiance; Joe Biden's latest lie about inflation; White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre's reaction to more voters not wanting a Biden reelection campaign in 2024 and what to expect during the State of the Union address; CNN's John King sharing the two candidates voters don't want to see running in the 2024 presidential election; and much more. WATCH the MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE segment of the show here: https://rubinreport.locals.com/
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened phone and text lines to ask listeners about their relationship with work commutes, and if they enjoy getting a moment's rest before and after the workday. Trenni Casey discussed a new study finding evidence of CTE in 92 percent of NFL players, and a story about a Connecticut Whole Foods worker who holds the title of most Mount Everest ascents by a woman. Carol Rose spoke on Massachusetts debuting an abortion resource hotline, as well as a pending lawsuit out of Texas that would ban abortion pills nationwide. Lee Pelton discussed scrutiny of Memphis police in the aftermath of Trye Nichols' death, and why he's not concerned with public criticism of the Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King memorial on Boston Common. Corby Kummer reflected on the passing of Bob Born, credited with bringing marshmallow Peeps to the masses. John King gave his two cents on rumors that Labor Secretary and former Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will become Executive Director of the NHL Players' Association. He also spoke on President Biden's coming State of the Union Address. We closed the show by re-opening phone and text lines to discuss listener gripes with America's transition away from cash.
In this week's episode, Beau sits down with John King owner of JK Welding and Trails West Gate Company. John talks about getting his big break starting his company by rebuilding the Kemah Boardwalk in Kemah, Texas. He also talks about learning the skills to run a profitable business throughout the years, what he looks for in welders that join his team, and how when companies can't find someone to take on their big jobs he is always there to help make it happen. Follow John on Instagram at @jkwelding @thekingofwelding Check out his work https://jkwelding.net https://trailswestgatecompany.com Hear the Singing Tree https://youtu.be/wE47T7utujI Feel free to reach out to Beau on the weld app @beaudidit Download the app today linktr.ee/WeldDotCom --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/welddotcom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/welddotcom/support
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened the show by asking our listeners about the two recent mass shootings in California and why they think this country still hasn't addressed this epidemic of gun violence. Then Trenni Casey of NBC Sports Boston discussed how Red Sox fans booed the team's ownership at their Winter Weekend event, marking the unofficial start of the 20-23 seasons. Fans booed owner John Henry because of frustration over ticket prices and how the team let its star shortstop Xander Bogaerts sign with the San Diego Padres. She also discussed how young quarterbacks are now leading the NFL, with all four teams left in the playoffs are led by a QB in their 20s. Trenni is an anchor and reporter with NBC Sports Boston, and a BPR contributor. Boston Globe Columnist Marcela Garcia discussed the decision by Arkansas governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders to ban state agencies from using the term Latinx. She also discussed the disparity in media coverage between the disappearance of Ana Walshe and Reina Morales Rojas, a Salvadoran woman from East Boston who's been missing since Thanksgiving. She ended by criticizing Republicans for planning to try to remove the Secretary of Homeland Security, Alexander Mayorkas Then GBH News deputy investigate editor Jenifer McKim and Amy Farrell, director of the School of Criminology at Northeastern University, came on to discuss McKim's reporting on how restaurants exploit undocumented immigrants. Farrell also explained that undocumented workers often arrive in the U.S. owing thousands to smugglers and are then forced into a type of indentured servitude. Then Billy Costa, host of WGBH's High School Quiz Show, came on to discuss the new season and the return of a live audience to the studio. Costa barely survived a news quiz BPR prepared for him and then turned the tables on Margery and Jared with his own grilling. CNN's chief national correspondent John King joined us remotely to discuss the breaking news that classified documents were also discovered in former Vice President Mike Pence's home. King also gave his predictions on how Republicans are using the debt ceiling limit as leverage to force cuts on social spending programs. Then we ended the show by asking our listeners to share their stories about the difference between themselves and their siblings. This follows a Washington Post article explaining that siblings may not be as similar genetically as previously thought.
100 Things we learned from film
This week we are welcoming the utterly delightful Gavin from Be There With Belson Podcast to talk about Firms, Naming your kid after yourself, London Football Grounds, Pot Noodles and Boots Blow Job Meal Deals! It's gotta be The Football Factory, Innit?---Be There With Belson Podcast is two brothers trying to make sense of the world or at least make each other laugh. Expect references to 90's TV, Terrible impressions and infuriating quizzes as well as a question of the week. A Podcast that comes highly recommended by both of us.---The Football Factory is a 2004 British sports drama film written by AJ Lovell and directed by Nick Love and starring Danny Dyer, Tamer Hassan, Frank Harper, Roland Manookian, Neil Maskell and Dudley Sutton. The film is loosely based on the novel of the same name by John King and the first foray into filmmaking by video game producers Rockstar Games (creators of games such as the Grand Theft Auto series, among others), credited as executive producers. The film was released in the United Kingdom on 14 May 2004.In 2004, Chelsea F.C. football supporters' fanzine cfcuk produced a special edition, titled cfcuk - The Football Factory to coincide with the release of the film.Tommy Johnson (Danny Dyer) is a member of a violent Chelsea hooligan firm. His friends and fellow hooligans include Tommy's best friend Rod King (Neil Maskell), the hot-tempered Billy Bright (Frank Harper), and impulsive younger members Zeberdee (Roland Manookian) and Raf (Calum MacNab). Tommy spends his days drinking, using drugs, womanising and fighting, much to the disappointment of his grandfather Bill Farrell (Dudley Sutton), a pensioner and veteran who plans to move to Australia with his best friend Albert (John Junkin).Tommy has an epiphany about his lifestyle during a fight with the Tottenham hooligan firm. Tommy, Billy and Rod are arrested for assaulting two Stoke City fans whilst travelling to an away match. These actions draw the fury of Harris (Tony Denham), the leader of the Chelsea firm, whose attempts to keep order are thwarted by Billy's aggressive outbursts.Rod begins a relationship with Tamara (Sophie Linfield), the court clerk at their arraignment, and she pressures him to
The Bay Bridge has sparkled for 10 years with a light installation designed by artist Leo Villareal. But the display costs millions to maintain and, with funds drying up, could soon go dark forever. Columnist and TotalSF podcast co-host Heather Knight and urban design critic John King join host Cecilia Lei to argue the cases for — and against — a fund-raising campaign to preserve the Bay Lights. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Inside the Headset with the AFCA
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring our 2022 Regional Power of Influence Award winners in a roundtable discussion. The coaches discuss their journey, some of the mentors who have had an impact on them, and some pillars of their football program. 2022 AFCA/AFCF Regional Power of Influence Award winners are: Region 1: Jim Kelliher, Abington (Mass.) High School Region 2: Rodney Saulsberry Sr., Whitehaven (Tenn.) High School Region 3: Dwight Lundeen, Becker (Minn.) High School Region 4: John King, Longview (Tex.) High School Region 5: Todd Sloat, Fall River (Calif.) High School Jim Kelliher has been the head coach at Abington High School for 49 years and currently sits fourth for career victories in Massachusetts history with 305. He has guided the Green Wave to three Eastern Massachusetts State titles in Division 5 (2002), Division 3 (2005) and Division 4 (2012) and two overall state championships in Division 5 (2014) and Division 4 (2019). Kelliher graduated from Abington in 1966 and played his college football at the University of Massachusetts. He returned to Abington as an assistant coach for three years before being named head coach in 1974. Rodney Saulsberry Sr. is in his 25th season at Whitehaven High School and 19th as a head coach. He has an overall record of 180-48 with two Tennessee 6A state titles in 2012 and 2016, the first championships in program history. Over 200 of Saulsberry's former players have gone on to play college football, and 15 of them have become coaches. He has served on the board of the Tennessee Football Coaches Association and served on the Rules Committee for the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association. Saulsberry has been a speaker at various football clinics around the country, including the 2013 AFCA Convention. In 2020, he co-founded the Minority Coaches Association of Tennessee, which helps high school, college and professional coaches in Tennessee foster job opportunities and hosts clinics for continuing education. Saulsberry has earned many awards over his time as head coach, such as a two-time Tennessee Titans Coach of the Week, a Tennessee Titans/Shelby Metro Coach of the Year award winner in 2012 and 2016, three-time Regional Coach of the Year and winner of the Rex Dockery Award from the Memphis Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. Dwight Lundeen started the Becker High School football team in 1970 and has never left. In his 53 years as head coach, Lundeen has amassed an overall record of 390-166-3 with three state championships, 19 section titles, and 24 conference championships. He has served as president and on the executive committee of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association, the Minnesota Interscholastic Activities Administrators Association, and the Minnesota State High School League. Lundeen has been inducted into the National Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2019), Minnesota Activities Directors Hall of Fame (2014), Minnesota High School League Hall of Fame (2014) and the Minnesota Football Coaches Hall of Fame (2009). He is a four-time Minnesota Football Coach of the Year and was named Minnesota Football Coaches Association Man of the Year in 2015. John King is in his 19th year as head coach at Longview High School. He currently has the Lobos in the semifinals of the Texas 5A state playoffs with a 14-0 record. His overall record sits at 211-43 with a 6A state championship in 2018. King is a past president of the Texas High School Coaches Association and has served on the THSCA Board of Directors. He has served on several committees for the THSCA as well as Treasurer of the East Texas Coaches Association. King was inducted into the East Texas Coaches Association Hall of Honor in 2019 and was named Texas Sportswriter Association 6A Coach of the Year, along with Longview News Journal and American State Bank Coach of the Year in 2018. He has won 15 District Coach of the Year honors in his 19 seasons. Todd Sloat has coached football for 23 years, with the last 21 coming at Fall River High School. His overall record in eight years as a head coach sits at 78-16 with one California 7AA state championship and six Northern Section titles. Sloat earned California Coach of the Year honors in 2021 and six other Coach of the Year honors in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2017, 2018, and 2021. He stepped down as head coach after the 2021 season and works as an assistant coach with Fall River, helping the Bulldogs to a 12-0 record and the Northern Section championship. 0:50 Meaning of Power of Influence Selection 1:55 Pillars/Culture of Each Program 10:20 Impact of Program 13:50 Significant Influences 18:05 Creating a Community within Your Town & Team 21:00 Camaraderie of Coaches
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about making the switch to more environmentally-conscious household items, from induction stovetops to heat pumps for heating and A/C. Trenni Casey talked about a possible rift forming between Bill Belichick and the Krafts. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston, and a BPR contributor. Bill McKibben discussed the release of a study claiming that ExxonMobil accurately predicted future global warming in the 1970s, while continuing to publicly cast doubt on climate change. He also talked about making the switch from gas stove tops to induction cooktops. McKibben is the co-founder of 350.org and founder of ThirdAct.org. He has a newsletter on Substack titled “The Crucial Years.” He also has a new, serialized book titled “The Other Cheek: An Epic Nonviolent Yarn.” Paul Reville shared his analysis of the Supreme Court's potential ruling on affirmative action. Reville is the former Secretary of Education of Massachusetts and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also runs the Education Redesign Lab. His latest book, co-authored with Lynne Sacks, is “Collaborative Action for Equity and Opportunity: A Practical Guide for School and Community Leaders.” Juliette Kayyem discussed the seditious conspiracy trial against five members of the Proud Boys for their role in the Jan. 6 Capitol attacks. Kayyem is a former assistant secretary for homeland security under President Barack Obama, and the faculty chair of the homeland-security program at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. Her new book is “The Devil Never Sleeps: Learning to Live in an Age of Disasters.” John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on accusations made against a fundraiser for Rep. George Santos, who allegedly posed as an aide for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy before donors. King is CNN's Chief National Correspondent, and the host of “Inside Politics,” airing weekdays at noon. We ended the show by talking with listeners about how they're combating climate fatalism.
Alec Wachtman of Wachtman Knife and Tool joins Bob "The Knife Junkie" DeMarco on Episode 383 of The Knife Junkie Podcast (https://theknifejunkie.com/383). Alec started journey into metal at age 6, loving the blacksmith at Boy Scout outings and scenes of sword forging in the Hobbit movie. His first project was smithing a knife out of aluminum in his grandpa's fireplace.Wachtman got his first forge at 13 years old. After many YouTube videos and hours of trial and error, Alec made his first knife out of steel. His mother got him an apprenticeship with a local living history museum blacksmith named John King who taught him much in the coming years.After a fateful trip to Tennessee, a $200 investment, and a class at Tom and Rick Mohr's knife shop, Alec's knife making took a turn for the better. He sold his first knife at 15 and founded Wachtman Knife and Tool in 2019 at 18 years old. Alec's knives are 100% U.S. made using U.S. material.Find Wachtman Knife and Tool at https://wachtmanknifeandtool.com and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wachtmanknifeandtool.Be sure to support The Knife Junkie and get in on the perks of being a Patron -- including early access to the podcast and exclusive bonus content. Visit https://www.theknifejunkie.com/patreon for details.Let us know what you thought about this episode. Please leave a rating and/or a review. Your feedback is much appreciated. Also, call the listener line at 724-466-4487 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments, feedback or suggestions on the show, and let us know who you'd like to hear interviewed on an upcoming edition of The Knife Junkie Podcast.To listen to past episodes of the podcast, visit https://theknifejunkie.com/listen. And for professional podcast hosting, use The Knife Junkie's podcast platform of choice -- https://theknifejunkie.com/podhost.
(Jan 12, 2023) After a couple years of planning, the World University Games are finally here. With thousands of athletes and fans coming to the North Country, we hit the streets of Lake Placid to hear what business people are hoping for. Also: SUNY's new chancellor John King says the state needs to invest more in its colleges and universities to raise the system's reputation nationwide.
WAMC's Alan Chartock speaks with SUNY Chancellor John King about New York's higher education system. Photo courtesy of SUNY.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about confidential documents found at President Joe Biden's former office he used as Vice President. Trenni Casey talked about Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin's recovery after collapsing during a Bills-Bengals game in early January, and a disappointing season for the Patriots. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Carol Rose shared her analysis of Gov. Maura Healey's promise to not claim exemption to public records laws, and new Barnstable Sheriff Donna Buckley ending the County Sheriff's Office's enforcement agreement with ICE. Rose is the executive director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts. Laurent Richard discussed “Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus,” a new two-part FRONTLINE and Forbidden Stories documentary exploring how NSO Group's Pegasus spyware has been employed to target journalists, activists, and dissidents. Richard is a producer of Frontline's latest two-part series “Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus.” The second part airs on GBH 2 Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 10 p.m., and you can stream both parts on PBS Passport. Jordan Knight and Vance Welch talked about the reopening of their Milton restaurant, Novara, and life with New Kids on the Block. Knight was a member of New Kids On the Block. Welch is a restaurateur. They recently reopened their joint venture, Novara, in Milton. John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on confidential documents found at President Joe Biden's former office. King is CNN's Chief National Correspondent, and host of “Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays at noon. We ended the show by talking with listeners about whether picking when to eat is a barrier to health.
“Ephesians 5:15-21” by Pastor John King. Released: 2022. Genre: Sermons. The post Ephesians 5:15-21 – Sun. Jan. 08, 2023 – Pastor John King appeared first on Calvary Chapel Elizabeth City.
McCarthy set to lose 12th Speaker vote. Clay says, "The 12th vote, the 20th vote, it doesn't matter. You get the same result every time. It's a good story, but doesn't matter much." The Democrats' Jan. 6th lies have worked, so they won't stop. Buck says, "If anyone thinks that they won't make January 6 a centerpiece if Donald Trump is the nominee, I have news for them. They will." Laura Ingraham and Matt Gaetz spar over Speaker battle. CNN's John King and Dana Bash on Trump and Jan. 6. The biggest revelations from Prince Harry's book.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tar spot is spreading into and being seen in more and more of Iowa. On this podcast, Meaghan Anderson a Field Agronomist with Iowa State University Extension, joins host, John King, and Landus Technical Agronomist, Dan Bjorklund to talk through this evolving disease. Meaghan explains the discovery of Tar Spot in Iowa and how we've seen the disease prevalence spread. The group dives into what tar spot is and how it impacts the crop. They talk through the optimal growing conditions for tar spot and timing for most impact. Even better though, a large portion of the discussion focuses on action and what can be done to help farmers manage the disease. The product of the month segment this episode focuses on Landus' recommendation for how to handle tar spot and what products and treatment timing. One key takeaway from this section, was to make sure to have a plan and plan ahead. John warns that product supply could be tight and how an advanced strategy will be key. Meaghan provided a variety of resources to share with our listeners (listed below). Dan also encouraged listeners to look into the Precision Ag High Yield Learning Groups being offered by Landus that will explore tar spot and provide data specific to your operation. For more information, contact the GROW Solutions Center at (515) 800-GROW. Resources: Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Corn Diseases An Overview of Tar Spot Darcy Telenko (Purdue) PPT reviewing 2019-2021 Indiana data Will a Second Fungicide be Worth the Cost for Tar Spot Management? (2021)
“Phillipians 2:5-11” by Pastor John King. Released: 2022. Genre: Sermons. The post Phillipians 2:5-11 – Sun. Dec. 25, 2022 – Pastor John King appeared first on Calvary Chapel Elizabeth City.
“Ephesians 5:7-14” by Pastor John King. Released: 2022. Genre: Sermons. The post Ephesians 5:7-14 – Sun. Dec. 18, 2022 – Pastor John King appeared first on Calvary Chapel Elizabeth City.
On this special episode of the Landus GROW Podcast, hosts John King and Ashley Kaldenberg welcome special guest, Landus President and CEO, Matt Carstens. If you missed the Landus annual meeting, this is a perfect opportunity to hear the highlights with additional candor and commentary direct from Matt. This brief session includes a recap of the board of directors election results and perspective on the importance of the election process. John and Ashley then jump right into the past fiscal year's success and opportunities. Matt shares in depth the key areas of success and what he felt drove last year's numbers. From top-line growth to strategic spending to improved supply position, all areas of Landus contributed to the overall company's success and therefore the $8 million total payout to farmer-owners. Take a listen for the key drivers for achieving these results. Full of authentic perspective and fun moments, we hear Matt's most memorable moment from 2022 and how it takes him back to his childhood recollections of the cooperative system he now leads. As is the Landus Way, the podcast shifts quickly to looking to the future and how we continue to build on success. Matt offers insights into the areas of focus for the upcoming year and what Landus will be concentrating on to most positively impact our farmer-owners for the future! If you'd like to view the full virtual meeting and access additional annual resources, visit the Landus website here. If you have questions, please reach out to the GROW Solutions Center at (515) 800-GROW (4769).
We speak with New York state Assemblymember Deborah Glick, who chairs the Higher Education Committee, about the appointment of John King as the next SUNY Chancellor.
Today on Boston Public Radio: Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse discussed dark money's influence on the Supreme Court. Sen. Whitehouse's latest book is “The Scheme: How The Right Wing Used Dark Money To Capture the Supreme Court.” Then, we opened the phone lines, continuing our conversation on the Supreme Court with listeners. Lee Pelton talked about the Boston Foundation's Inaugural Boston Climate Progress Report, which finds that Boston is behind in its goals for carbon emissions. Pelton is the president and CEO of The Boston Foundation. Next, we spoke with listeners about charitable donations during the holiday season. Carol Rose shared her analysis of the Supreme Court's hearing of a case involving a Christian graphic designer arguing that she has the right to refuse serve same-sex couples on religious grounds. She also discussed alleged case leaks from Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito. Rose is the executive director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts. John King updated us on the latest news from Georgia's runoff election. King is CNN's chief national correspondent. He's also host of “Inside Politics,” weekdays at noon. We ended the show by talking with listeners about Oxford naming “goblin mode” the 2022 word of the year.
(Dec 5, 2022) Addiction prevention is often directed at younger people, but older adults are increasingly susceptible as they manage legitimate drug prescriptions. New York is rolling out prevention programs geared toward senior citizens. Also: Former state education commissioner and U.S. education secretary John King will become SUNY's new chancellor.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about the controversies surrounding this year's World Cup. Trenni Casey shared her thoughts on the process behind FIFA picking World Cup host countries. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Nancy Gertner discussed allegations against Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito over leaking Court decisions. Gertner is a retired federal judge and a senior lecturer at Harvard Law School. Keith Lockhart previewed the Boston Holiday Pops' upcoming season. Lockhart is a conductor for the Boston Pops. Marcela Garcia talked about the push for Mass. lawmakers to make in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants who are state residents a priority. Garcia is a columnist for the Boston Globe, she also serves on the editorial board. John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on Kari Lake suing Maricopa County officials in Arizona after her gubernatorial election loss. King is a CNN Chief National Correspondent, and the host of “Inside Politics.” We ended the show by talking with listeners about holiday office parties.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by opening phone lines, talking with listeners about this past weekend's shooting at LGBTQ+ nightclub at Club Q in Colorado Springs. Trenni Casey discussed the backlash over the World Cup in Qatar, and Celtics forward Jaylen Brown coming under fire for tweeting a video of anti-Semitic hate group Israel United in Christ outside Barclays Center. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Bridget Lancaster shared her Thanksgiving tips and tricks, answering listeners' questions on everything from cooking turkey in oven bags to gravy consistency. Lancaster is co-host of “America's Test Kitchen” on PBS, and executive editorial director at America's Test Kitchen. Jared Bowen talked about his latest arts and cultural roundup, focusing on “The Play That Goes Wrong” at the Lyric Stage Opera and “SIX” at the Emerson Colonial Theatre. Bowen is GBH executive arts editor. Ted Nesi and Kim Kalunian discussed Gina Raimondo's path to her current role as U.S. Secretary of Commerce, and the results of Rhode Island's midterm elections. Nesi is the politics and business editor for WPRI 12, where he also serves as an investigative reporter. He writes the weekly “Nesi's Notes” column, and co-hosts “Newsmakers” on WPRI. Kalunian is a reporter and co-anchor of “12 News Now” at 4 p.m. and 5:30. p.m. John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on the road ahead for President Joe Biden with Republicans in control of the House of Representatives. King is CNN's chief national correspondent, and the host of “Inside Politics.” We ended the show by asking listeners when the best time to eat your Thanksgiving meal is.
WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast
Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcastWelcome to WeAreLATech's Los Angeles Tech Community Spotlight! “Remix: Kyle Brastrom, Rob Ryan, and John King” WeAreLATech Podcast is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support our podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/believe To be featured on the podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/feature-your-la-startup/Want to be featured in the WeAreLATech Community? Create your profile here http://wearelatech.com/communityHost,Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Kyle Brastromhttps://twitter.com/kylebrastromGuest,Rob Ryanhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/robryan/Guest,John King https://www.linkedin.com/in/tappjohnking/Listen to the original episodes below:Kyle Brastrom, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/kyle-brastrom-of-dive-chatRob Ryan, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/rob-ryan-of-growthhaxJohn King, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/john-king-of-tapp-incFor a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comTo further immerse yourself into the LA Tech community go to http://wearelatech.com/vipLinks Mentioned:Dive Chat, https://dive.chatGrowthHax, http://www.growthhax.comTAPP, https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tapp/id1501205634Launch House, https://www.launchhouse.coCredits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Kyle Brastrom, Rob Ryan, and John King
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by asking listeners how they feel about the state of extremism post-midterms. Trenni Casey shared her thoughts on Mike Tyson's new cannabis endeavor based off of his infamous ear-bite, mounting pressure on female athletes to lose weight, and the controversies about the upcoming World Cup in Qatar. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Dr. Katherine Gergen Barnett talked about the current RSV–respiratory syncytial virus–spike which has been straining pediatric emergency departments, and increasing mental health issues in kids. Gergen-Barnett is the vice chair of Primary Care Innovation and Transformation in the Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center. Retired Federal Judge Nancy Gertner discussed the Supreme Court rejecting a challenge to ban bump stocks, and news that Trump wanted the IRS to investigate his rivals. Gertner is a retired federal judge and a senior lecturer at Harvard Law School. Jared Bowen talked about museums taking political action against protestors attacking paintings, as well as political leaders that have dipped their toe into art, and photojournalist Harry Benson's exhibit at the Addison Gallery of American Art. Bowen is GBH's executive arts editor. John King gave us his continued analysis of the midterm election results. King is CNN's chief national correspondent and the host of “Inside Politics.” We ended the show by asking listeners about their comfort food in the cold weather.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with candidates for statewide office, asking them to make their final pitch to voters: Democrat candidate for Attorney General Andrea Campbell, Attorney General and Mass. gubernatorial candidate Maura Healey, Republican candidate for Attorney General Jay McMahon, incumbent Secretary of State Bill Galvin, Republican Mass. State Auditor candidate Anthony Amore, and Democrat Mass. Sen. and Mass. State Auditor candidate Diana DiZoglio. Trenni Casey talked about the Boston Bruins canceling their plans to add defenseman Mitchell Miller after multiple NHL players and officials spoke out against his past abuse towards a former classmate. She also discussed WNBA star Brittney Griner's potential transfer to a Russian penal colony. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Jenny Slate shared how she started her career in comedy, and talked about her local roots as a Milton native. Slate is a comedian, actor, and author. Adam Reilly and Saraya Wintersmith discussed Dorchester Councilor Frank Baker accusing Allston-Brighton Councilor Liz Breardon of anti-Catholicism in her role in establishing new city voting districts. They also weighed in on this year's ballot questions. Reilly and Wintersmith are political reporters for GBH News. Jared Bowen talked about “Wakanda Forever” in the absence of the late Chadwick Boseman, and former Chelsea Record photojournalist Arnie Jarmak's work on display at Boston College's McMullen Museum of Art. Bowen is GBH executive arts editor. John King shared his thoughts on the races to watch during the 2022 midterm elections. King is CNN's chief national correspondent, and the host of “Inside Politics.” We ended the show by opening phone lines, talking with listeners about the midterms.
We gave Mari and Megan another $20,000 toward the 33931 fund. Eddie Rood donated $1,700 to the fund. John King does his final interview before the election.
State of the Union with Jake Tapper
First, Dana goes one-on-one with Republican Party Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. She pushes McDaniel on whether Republicans should accept election results and whether she thinks think the Republicans are going to take control of the House. They also discuss poll-watching and voter intimidation, and McDaniel explains that the RNC will stop paying Trump's legal bills if he launches a 2024 presidential bid.Next, Dana interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar. She presses Klobuchar on whether she thinks the Democrats made a mistake spending millions boosting an election denier who could now potentially win the New Hampshire Senate race, responds to Governor Gavin Newsom's comment about Democrats 'getting crushed on narrative', and says she believes Democrats will keep control of the Senate.Then, CNN's John King breaks down what to watch for on Election Night. Later, the panel discusses how each party will fare on election night and what their winning message will be, plus, Trump rallying voters in key states while hinting he'll run again in a possible 2024 showdown with Ron DeSantis. Finally, Dana travels to key states to hear voters' priorities and the issues motivating their votes, just days ahead of the midterms.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by opening phone lines, talking with listeners about increasing political violence in the leadup to midterm elections. Trenni Casey talked about Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's divorce, and the Patriots' current season. Trenni Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Lee Pelton discussed the Supreme Court's affirmative action cases, and The Boston Foundation's recently released report card on housing in Boston. Lee Pelton is the president and CEO of The Boston Foundation. Elvis Jocol Lara and Delmarina Lopez talked about El Mundo's “Latino 30 Under 30,” and the current state of democracy. Elvis Jocol Lara is the creator of El Mundo's “30 Under 30,” now in its 5th year. Delmarina Lopez is an attorney and the first Afro-Latina to be elected to the Chicopee City Council. She's one of the under-30's highlighted in this year's list. Carol Rose shared her thoughts on the legal arguments heard in the Supreme Court's affirmative action cases. She also talked about how the ACLU is shoring up election infrastructure ahead of the midterms. Carol Rose is the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts. John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on the attack of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, in the couple's San Francisco home. John King is CNN's chief national correspondent and the host of “Inside Politics.” We ended the show by asking listeners if they would shorten their showers in the name of climate change, as European leaders urge residents to conserve hot water.
EP.107 -John King has been pastoring and ministering to people for 53 years and recently retired from Riverside Community Church, a thriving congregation in central Illinois that he founded in 2000. Pastor King is also the founder of Dream Center Peoria, a faith-based not-for-profit organization located in downtown Peoria who's mission is to impact families living in poverty, starting with kids and youth. In this special episode, Andy King (John's son) and Chuck (Tate) interview John in front of a live audience at an event called Love Peoria about how the vision of DCP was birthed and how it has personally impacted him over the last 20 years.
Building Breweries: A Beer Podcast
In honor of Louisville Beer Week, John, David, and Michael step aside and let John King, Scott Lykins, and John Wurth (LouisvilleBeer.com Podcast) reunite for the first time in over five years. Want to check out their old episodes? Relive the past here: https://www.stitcher.com/show/louisville-beer-podcast Support the podcast by giving us a rating and a review. If you like what you hear, you can tip us a few bucks over on our Patreon account and get exclusive video content and Louisville Ale Trail merch! https://www.patreon.com/KYCommons
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by asking listeners if they avoid spending money at morally questionable corporations. Shirley Leung weighed in on debates surrounding Massachusetts Ballot Question 1, commonly referred to as the "millionaires tax" or "fair share amendment." She also discussed the squeeze on Halloween candy this year. Leung is a business columnist for the Boston Globe. Andrew Levitt, also known as Nina West, talked about LGBTQ+ activism amid homophobic attacks, his role playing Edna Turnblad in the 2022 tour of “Hairspray,” and his new children's book, “The You Kind of Kind.” Levitt is a drag queen, singer, actor and author. Corby Kummer discussed the struggle for New York City's street vendors to get more permits, and how inflation will impact Thanksgiving. Kummer is the executive director of the food and society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Anand Giridharadas shared insights from his new book, “The Persuaders,” including how storytelling is a tool for persuasion, the ways that people can more actively advocate in the midterm elections, and how President Joe Biden could be more effective at persuading. Giridharadas is a journalist, author and former New York Times columnist. John King gave us his thoughts ahead of the midterm elections and analyzed several specific races and debates. King is CNN's chief national correspondent and anchor of "Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays and Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. We ended the show by asking listeners where they draw the line in protesting politicians.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about new polling that puts the economy and inflation at the top of mind for voters just three weeks out from the midterm elections. Trenni Casey talked about Patriots owner Robert Kraft's marriage to Dana Blumberg. Casey is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston, and a weekly Boston Public Radio contributor. Jim Aloisi and Stacy Thompson discussed MA Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey questioning MBTA officials over multiple safety incidents, and the current state of driving in Boston. Aloisi is the former Massachusetts transportation secretary, a member of the Transit Matters board and contributor to Commonwealth Magazine. Thompson is executive director of Livable Streets. Corby Kummer talked about the $24.6 billion Kroger-Albertsons merger, and backlash after Dunkin' Donuts altered their rewards program. Kummer is the executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. We then continued our conversation on changes to the Dunkin' Donuts rewards program with listeners. John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake's denial of the 2020 election results. King is CNN's Chief National Correspondent and anchor of "Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays and Sunday mornings at 8 a.m.
In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt
CNN's Chief National Correspondent John King is back in the bubble to break down the major House and Senate races this midterm that will determine which party controls Congress next year. From John Fetterman in Pennsylvania to Herschel Walker in Georgia, Andy asks John which candidates are most likely to flip their state, who's spending the most money in the final weeks, and what to watch closely on Election Day. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt. Follow John King on Twitter @JohnKingCNN. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Support the show by checking out our sponsors! CVS Health helps people navigate the healthcare system and their personal healthcare by improving access, lowering costs and being a trusted partner for every meaningful moment of health. At CVS Health, healthier happens together. Learn more at cvshealth.com. Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/ Check out these resources from today's episode: Find vaccines, masks, testing, treatments, and other resources in your community: https://www.covid.gov/ Order Andy's book, “Preventable: The Inside Story of How Leadership Failures, Politics, and Selfishness Doomed the U.S. Coronavirus Response”: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250770165 Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com/show/inthebubble.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt
With less than a month until Election Day, CNN's Chief National Correspondent John King returns to the bubble to dig deep into the key themes and dynamics unique to this midterm. Andy asks which issues are galvanizing voters, what the polls tell us (and if we should believe them), and whether a swarm of election deniers will win state races. Tune in Friday for part two of this conversation, when John and Andy pick apart the key House and Senate races. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt. Follow John King on Twitter @JohnKingCNN. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Support the show by checking out our sponsors! CVS Health helps people navigate the healthcare system and their personal healthcare by improving access, lowering costs and being a trusted partner for every meaningful moment of health. At CVS Health, healthier happens together. Learn more at cvshealth.com. Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/ Check out these resources from today's episode: Find vaccines, masks, testing, treatments, and other resources in your community: https://www.covid.gov/ Order Andy's book, “Preventable: The Inside Story of How Leadership Failures, Politics, and Selfishness Doomed the U.S. Coronavirus Response”: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250770165 Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com/show/inthebubble.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.