Michigan, public schools, special schools, gifted program, 2003 riots, Koch brothers, Devos family, Prince family, Betsy Devos, Benton Harbor, American Legislative Exchange Council, ALEC, Michigan's Emergency Management system, Educational Achievement Authority, EAA, privation, asset striping, Occupy, student response, Eastern Michigan University, Ford, auto unions, Flint, water supply
Learn about the tradition of the Elves who help Santa with his mail and check out a new off-season offering from the park. Recorded 11/8/2021 #HoWoPo Hosted by: Leah K, Matt E, Matt B, and Lauren C. Semi-Regulars: Sabrina J. & Nell H. 00:00 - Intro and Welcome 02:48 - Helper Elves 12:11 - December Dining Option 20:32 - Upcoming Holidays Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Leave a voicemail: Phone (812)-937-4401 Ext. 8081 Reach out on social media: @holidayworld using #HoWoPo For Show Notes and Transcript, visit HolidayWorld.com/HoliBlog 2022 Season Passes are now on sale at the lowest prices of the year! Head to HolidayWorld.com/Passes for all the details. Subscribe Links: iTunes: http://bit.ly/HWPitunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/HWPspotify Amazon: http://bit.ly/HWP_amzn Stitcher: http://bit.ly/HWPstitcher Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/HWP_gp YouTube: http://bit.ly/HWP_u2be iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/HWP_ihr TuneIn: http://bit.ly/HWPtunein Vurbl: https://bit.ly/HWP_vurbl RSS Feed: http://bit.ly/HWP
Laura Koch and I are graduating college in December 2021...during a pandemic. In this final episode, we discuss COVID-19 and workaholism, family time, losing on college time, remote classes, and finding jobs as college graduates. Link to Laura's podcast: https://anchor.fm/laura-koch
In this episode, The PR Maven® Podcast celebrates three years and congratulates Peter Koch, safety management consultant and manager of digital technology at MEMIC, for having the most popular episode of the year. Nancy and Peter discuss The Safety Experts Podcast, a podcast created by MEMIC and hosted by Peter to help share their message of safety. The episode also features a special message from MEMIC president and CEO, Michael Bourque. 3:36 –Peter explains where the idea for The Safety Experts Podcast came from. 5:35 – Peter describes MEMIC and what his role at the company is. 8:01 – After determining that they would do a podcast, Peter shares how Marshall Communications worked with MEMIC to create a strategy and how MEMIC has benefited. 12:29 – A message from Michael Bourque. 13:43 – Peter talks about all the different elements of creating a podcast episode. 16:58 – Peter offers a book that has helped him in his career and life. Quote “The concept was how do we help people consume information about safety in their spare time, if they have an interest, and bring it to them in a way that's different than grabbing a book or a pamphlet that might give you five steps for how to set up your chair better at your office. We can talk about that in the podcast with some really interesting people and make it more intimate and more fun for someone to consume.” – Peter Koch, safety management consultant and manager of digital technology at MEMIC. Links: Guy Raz: https://www.npr.org/people/6597623/guy-raz Otis Ridge: https://otisridge.com/ Listen to Peter's first episode here. Learn more about content marketing here. Activate the PR Maven® Flash Briefing on your Alexa Device. Join the PR Maven® Facebook group. Looking to connect: Email: email@example.com Phone: (207) 791-3000 Website: memic.com/podcast
This is the final episode in the National Headquarters Series. Kelly chats with the three newest members of staff: Melissa Koch Merriam, EE, Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Johnson Gafron, Beta Theta, Collegiate Experience Coordinator, and Kayla Vivace, Epsilon Phi, Communications and Graphic Design Coordinator.
Jan Koch is the owner of Virtual Summit Mastery and a passionate virtual summit host, connecting with people and building an audience globally. He has been organizing summits since 2015 and enjoys connecting with his attendees through live video streams. Jan's mission is to help entrepreneurs grow their businesses through the power of virtual events.
00:00 Intro 03:06 Warum fühlt man sich nach dem Yoga so gut? 14:34 Warum wohnt man in Berlin? 20:02 Wie ist die Toleranz bezüglich Homosexualität an anderen Orten? 23:45 Warum Joachim nicht mehr fliegt 40:30 Warum wir mehr Wissen haben als je zuvor 43:01 Wie Yoga Stress abbaut 50:11 Was bedeutet Yoga für Joachim? 01:01:33 Wir sind alle Eins 01:10:11 Wie praktiziert ein Lehrer Yoga? 01:20:43 Outro Joachim: https://www.instagram.com/_yangyoga/ https://www.youtube.com/c/YangYoga https://yangyoga.de ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Rocka Nutrition* (Mit meinen Link erhältst du ein #TeamRocka Exklusive Produkt deiner Wahl): https://www.rockanutrition.de/?pid=25&cid=ilptub54z&aid=75 YouTube Kanal: https://www.youtube.com/VegainsDE Englischer YouTube Kanal: https://www.youtube.com/Vegains Meine Amazon Empfehlungen: amazon.de/shop/vegainsde Website: https://vegansavage.com Mein Vegan Meal Plan App: https://get.vegains-app.com (kann man in den Einstellungen alles auf Deutsch stellen) Meine Transformation & Videos warum ich Vegan lebe: http://bit.ly/VeganPlaylist Instagram Deutsch: https://www.instagram.com/vegainsde/ Hauptkanal: https://www.instagram.com/vegainstrength/ Essen: https://www.instagram.com/vegainsfood/ Englischer Podcast: https://anchor.fm/vegains & Podcast YouTube Kanal ► https://www.youtube.com/vegainspodcast ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ KoRo* ist mein Grundnahrungsmittel Sponsor (Nussmus, Trockenfrüchte, Soja Crispies etc.) spare 5% mit VEGAINS5: https://www.korodrogerie.de Meine Ausbildung zum Veganen Ernährungsberater* https://ecodemy.de/veganer-ernaehrungsberater-ausbildung-fernstudium/?ref=77 Epidemic Sound* ist wo ich meine Musik herbekomme die ich kommerziell für Social Media benutzen darf. Mit meinem Link könnt ihr es kostenlos testen: http://bit.ly/VegainsEpidemicSound *Ihr bekommt Rabatt und/oder ich erhalte eine Provision wenn ihr meinen Code/Link benutzt. (Werbung)
This episode features Anne Koch a volunteer and philanthropist supporting Berkeley Preparatory Academy. During this conversation, Wilma and Anne discuss why volunteerism, as well as financial support, is important when supporting a nonprofit you care about.
In dieser Podcastfolge der Flowgrade Show spricht Max Gotzler mit der Ärztin für Ernährungs- und Funktionelle Medizin Dr. Simone Koch über Entzündungen, deren Ursachen und was wir dagegen tun können. Du erfährst, wie Entzündungen entstehen, wie komplex unser Immunsystem wirklich ist, was Simone in ihrer schamanischen Ausbildung gelernt hat und wie es sich anfühlt, auf Instagram tausende Menschen zu erreichen. Weitere Podcastfolgen, Blogartikel und Produkte zu den Themen Functional Health, Biohacking und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung findest du auf https://www.flowgrade.de Das neue Buch »Das Anti-Entzündungsprogramm« von Dr. Simone Koch findest du auf diesem Link. Go for Flow!
Not sure what to get someone for Christmas? Try one of our #NiftyGiftys! Cranberries not included. Recorded 11/8/2021 #HoWoPo Hosted by: Leah K, Matt E, Matt B, and Lauren C. Semi-Regulars: Sabrina J. & Nell H. 00:00 - Intro and Welcome the #PodSquad 08:08 - HoWo Nifty Giftys 37:28 - Upcoming Holidays Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Leave a voicemail: Phone (812)-937-4401 Ext. 8081 Reach out on social media: @holidayworld using #HoWoPo For Show Notes and Transcript, visit HolidayWorld.com/HoliBlog 2022 Season Passes are now on sale at the lowest prices of the year! Head to HolidayWorld.com/Passes for all the details. Subscribe Links: iTunes: http://bit.ly/HWPitunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/HWPspotify Amazon: http://bit.ly/HWP_amzn Stitcher: http://bit.ly/HWPstitcher Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/HWP_gp YouTube: http://bit.ly/HWP_u2be iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/HWP_ihr TuneIn: http://bit.ly/HWPtunein Vurbl: https://bit.ly/HWP_vurbl RSS Feed: http://bit.ly/HWP
Rick and Professor Nancy MacLean discuss the influence of the Koch network, the true meaning of Libertarianism and the right-wing movement that's threatening democracy.
Wichita State basketball opens tonight at Koch Arena, first the Shocker Ladies facing Chicago State then tonight the Shocker Men hosting Jacksonville State. Shocker Basketball talk kicks off a Tuesday Sports Daily. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We talk with "The Mastodon" Rosh Koch ahead of his appearance at Titan Championship Wrestling presents Mt Olympus (Nov. 20th at Adrenaline Sports Academy) as well as his own vision SMASH (Nov. 21 at Sanctuary, PA) Tune in as the big man has some choice words for the Dark Horse, Johnny Moran !!
Let’s begin the show with the first of two Patreon-fueled shout-outs. Charlottesville 350 is the local chapter of a national organization that seeks to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Charlottesville 350 uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all. To learn more about their most active campaigns, including a petition drive to the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/cville350On today’s show:Charlottesville selects a Pennsylvania administrator as the third interim City Manager in three and a half years The Fifeville Neighborhood Association seeks a facilitator to help with implementation of the Cherry Avenue Small Area Plan A Charlottesville television pioneer has diedCOVID vaccinations for those aged 5 to 11 have begun And a Louisa County Supervisors wins a seventh term on a four-vote marginThis weekend, vaccinations of children between the ages of 5 to 11 began in the Blue Ridge Health District. According to spokeswoman Kathryn Goodman, there were 127 vaccinations in that range at the Community Vaccination Center in Seminole Square and Pediatric Associates vaccinated 565 children. The Blue Ridge Health District and the University of Virginia Health System begin administering shots today. “I think this is a really big step forward and the COVID vaccine is one of the most well-studied vaccines at this point in history,” said Dr. Debbie-Ann Shirley, an expert on pediatric infectious diseases at the UVA Health System. “There have been hundreds of millions of doses already given. There have been clinical trials done in adults, young adults, adolescents, and now children in the 5 to 11 age group.”Federal officials approved the Pfizer vaccine for children last week, which uses a smaller dose than the one given to people 12 and above. Dr. Shirley said that lower dose was suggested through the testing process. Last week, she penned an article on UVA Today outlining the work that has gone into producing the shots. “Using that low dose vaccine, they still make really high levels of antibody that were comparable to the same antibody levels that we’ve seen in adolescents and older adults who received higher doses,” Dr. Shirley said. Dr. Shirley said Moderna has submitted their data to the Food and Drug Administration for approval, and Pfizer will soon submit data for a vaccine for even younger children. This morning the Virginia Department of Health reports another 913 new cases and the seven-day average of new cases at 1,276 a day. The percent positivity has increased slightly to 5.6 percent, up from 5.4 percent on Thursday. The Blue Ridge Health District reports another 42 cases today and there have been five more reported fatalities since Thursday.The man who started Charlottesville’s first commercial television station in 1973 has died. Harold Wright passed away on Saturday at his home at Lake Monticello. WVIR launched on March 11, 1973 using $500,000 of capital as well as second-hand equipment. That’s according to a story published this morning on NBC29.com. Wright retired from the station in January 2020, not long after it was purchased by Gray Communications in March 2019. Louisa County Supervisor Fitzgerald Barnes has won re-election to a seventh term representing the Patrick Henry District. A canvas and recount on Friday that included remaining provisional and absentee ballots extended Barnes’ election-night lead of one vote to four votes over challenger William D. Woody Jr. According to coverage on Twitter by Tammy Purcel of Engage Louisa, Woody would have had ten days to ask for a recount but he conceded the race. Charlottesville’s Fifeville Neighborhood Association and the city government are seeking a consultant to help with a series of listening sessions to help implement the Cherry Avenue Small Area Plan. That document was produced by consulting staff at the Thomas Jefferson Planning District and approved as an addendum to the city’s current Comprehensive Plan on March 1. On that same night Council adopted an affordable housing plan as the first milestone in the Cville Plans Together initiative. The neighborhood association seeks a “third-party facilitator to help co-design and lead up to three Anti-Displacement, Land Acquisition, and Development Working Sessions.” The goal is to move forward with implementation of the plan. (read the request for proposals)The firm Rhodeside & Harwell will not pursue this request for proposals, according to Cville Plans Together project manager Jennifer Koch. Her team is familiar with the Cherry Avenue Plan.“We reviewed this plan, as we reviewed other completed Small Area Plans, and looked to support recommendations related to fostering a mix of uses and more housing options/density at levels that respect the current scale of the neighborhood,” Koch wrote in an email this morning. “The affordability framework and anti-displacement mechanisms built into the plan (including, but not limited to, the Sensitive Community Areas) also align with goals in the Cherry Avenue SAP.”Since adoption of the plan in March, several properties have exchanged hands. In April, Woodard Properties purchased the Cherry Avenue Shopping Center as well as vacant land immediately behind. In July, the company bought a vacant lot in the 800 block of the busy roadway. Also in July an LLC called Project New Life bought undeveloped land on Cherry Avenue at the intersection of 7 1/2th Street. The Future Land Use Map in the draft Comprehensive Plan calls for Cherry Avenue west of Roosevelt Brown Avenue to be in the new Medium Intensity Residential, which calls for increased housing opportunities “along neighborhood corridors, near community amenities.” The areas around Nalle Street and King Street north of Cherry Avenue east of Roosevelt Brown are designated as “low-intensity residential (sensitive community areas)” to “allow for additional housing choice, and tools to mitigate displacement, within existing residential neighborhoods that have high proportions of populations that may be sensitive to displacement.”But will that stop those with wealth from purchasing single-family homes that would then be protected from additional density? In April, a house in the 700 block of Nalle Street sold for $700,000, or 85.83 percent over the 2021 assessment. October’s property transactions will be posted soon for paid subscribers of Charlottesville Community Engagement. You’re listening to Charlottesville Community Engagement and it’s time for the second Patreon-fueled shout-out. WTJU is hosting Classical Listening Parties, a series of four free, casual events on Tuesdays in November. These four events are led by Chelsea Holt, pianist, teacher, and one of WTJU’s newest and youngest classical announcers. She’ll guide you through all the eras of classical music beginning Tuesday, Nov 9th, 7 p.m.: Early & Baroque. For a list of the others, visit wtju.net to learn more and sign up! At the same time ballots were being counted in Louisa County on Friday afternoon, City Council introduced Marc Woolley as the next interim city manager. Woolley recently resigned as Business Administrator in Harrisburg, the capital of Pennsylvania. The city has U.S. Census 2020 population of 50,099. Deputy City Manager Ashley Marshall and Sam Sanders will remain in place. “Together with the assistance of staff, Sam, Ashley, and Council, I will be focusing on some key issues currently before Charlottesville,” Woolley said. “Mainly the budget and the completion of the Comprehensive Plan.” Woolley will begin work on December 1. The process to find a permanent city manager will resume once again in April. Woolley is a native of Wilmington, Delaware who went to law school at Boston College. He’s worked as general counsel for the Philadelphia Housing Authority, two positions at the Delaware River Port Authority, three positions at the Hershey Trust Company, and the position in Harrisburg. (read his resume)“I’ve been with the City of Harrisburg for the past four years as the Business Administrator,” Woolley said.Harrisburg has a form of municipal government where the executive and legislative branches are separate, so a “strong mayor” oversees department heads. The business administrator position is equivalent to a city manager. “All administration functions flowed through me except for the city solicitor,” Woolley said. According to an article on Pennsylvania Live, Woolley’s resignation had been expected to begin on November 12, but Mayor Eric Papenfuse made that effective November 1 after learning of the Woolley’s decision to leave Harrisburg. Papenfuse was defeated the next day in his bid for a third term, though he ran as a write-in. Anticipating questions from the press about Woolley’s careee, Councilor Lloyd Snook led a friendly cross-examination of his career history after resigning from the Philadelphia Housing Authority. Snook:“Looking at the next ten years or so of your career it seems like you were often put in a position of having to kind of clean up a mess. Is that an accurate assessment?”Woolley:“I think to first assess what the issues were and then accordingly if there were things that needed to be done to implement those policies in order to rectify anything.” Harrisburg has been considered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a distressed municipality since 2010. That requires creation of a Financial Recovery Plan which is called the Harrisburg Strong Plan. The latest financial report for the capital city is from 2019. Snook:“When you got to Harrisburg there were shall we say some financial difficulties that you were having to unravel.”Woolley:“Some financial difficulties. We are in Act 47 which is for distressed municipalities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Years before I arrived in Harrisburg there were a number of bond deals that were done and saddled the residents with a lot of debt and turns out they just couldn’t pay it. The city couldn’t pay it back. The state sent in a receiver to develop what they call the Strong Plan. They sold off a lot of assets, almost $400 million worth of assets, applied those to the debt and set up payments for other general obligation debts. When I arrived in Harrisburg, we were rounding the corner. This year and actually starting last year, was able to entertain actually getting back our credit rating. We didn’t have a credit rating. Looking to refinance debt and put out for capital projects. It’s a 180 degree turn from where they were and I think Harrisburg is going to better for it and I think they’re going to get a credit rating. Not as good as Charlottesville, but they’re going to try.”The city has held a AAA bond rating from Standards and Poor’s since 1964 and a AAA bond rating from Moody’s since 1973. For the past several years, the city has been steadily increasing debt-financing for capital projects, including several million a year for affordable housing projects and $75 million for the renovation of Buford Middle School. The next budget may include a property tax increase to help pay the debt service. Woolley will oversee creation of that next document but acknowledged Council will be reopening the pubic process for a permanent manager next spring. (Routine advice wanted for city bonds, October 26, 2021)“This is not necessarily the transition,” Woolley said. “The transition will occur when the new city manager is appointed through the process that you’ve described in April but right now there are certain acute issues that need to be taken care of, mainly the budget and the Comprehensive Plan.” Woolley said his role is to lay the foundation for that person. While Charlottesville’s government is not considered distressed, the separate Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority is considered a troubled agency by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Watch the whole press briefing which included comments and questions from members of the community. The entire event was just over an hour long and is on the city’s streaming archive. (watch)Former City Manager Chip Boyles recently took a job as the executive director of the George Washington Regional Commission, the planning district around Fredericksburg. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. 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Jason Illian, Managing Director of Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT), the venture and investing arm of Koch Industries, joins me on Tech Talks Daily. Artificial intelligence, blockchain and crypto, bio IT and genomics, and industrial robotics are just a few segments being explored by KDT. Since 2003, Koch has invested $133 billion in growth and improvements and has spent $30 billion on technology investments and acquisitions in the last six years. I learn how Koch's “Creative Destruction” philosophy guides the company's bets on transformative technologies that will bring long-term success to itself and its partners. Jason shares real-world examples of technologies that KDT has invested in and how Koch has learned from and empowered different technologies. We explore how KDT's role is to partner with entrepreneurs who are creating a “could-be” world, which includes investing in technology companies that disrupt and transform Koch's core businesses and expand into new platforms and capabilities.
In this fascinating episode of The a Stellium Astrology Podcast, I catch up with Wade Caves – an astrologer who started his journey around the same time as I did. Like myself, Wade sees clients and has branched into teaching. Wade specialises in Traditional astrology, working in areas of Horary and Electional astrology which are two very interesting branches of prediction and selection. Discussing a variety of subjects including the controversial subject of gender roles in masculine and feminine astrological symbolism, the role of social media in Astrology's resurgence and a conversation around Wade's work and interest in Astrology, we cover a lot of bases as the time flew by! In Part 2 Wade covers the Astronomical basis behind the house systems as well as discussing quadrant and non-quadrant house systems including: Equal, Whole Sign, Placidus, Regiomontanus, Campanus, and Koch. If you've ever had questions about why the house systems are divided the way they are and how astronomy feeds in to the theoretical division of the heavens, then part 2 is not to be missed! Part 2 exclusively available to Patreons only. Wade Caves is an astrological consultant and educator specialising in horary, electional and classical astrological technique. He was certified with honours from the Mayo School of Astrology and has expert knowledge of both traditional and modern psychological methods of chart delineation. Wade's passion is in understanding the historical and philosophical origins of astrological symbolism, and finding reliable ways to put this information to practical use in consultation. He is the editor and annotator of the 300th anniversary edition of William Lilly's History of His Life and Times (Rubedo Press, 2015). Website: http://wadecaves.com. Email: email@example.com. Episode links: www.STA.co Skyscript.co.uk Wade's book: William Lilly's History of his Life and Times, From the Year 1602 to 1681 300th Anniversary Edition By William Lilly and Elias Ashmole, introduced and annotated by Wade Caves. Foreword by Philip Graves. ➡️ Visit Stellium Astrology for episode links, charts, to apply to have your chart featured, and to see which episodes you've already been featured in!
In this episode of ACC, Prof. Harvey talks about the real players in our capitalist society who operate outside of the market system and are accumulating massive amounts of wealth. Players like Carlos Slim, the Koch brothers, Stephen A. Schwarzman, CEO of Blackstone, reside in the "attic," where Harvey argues real wealth and real power are being assembled.
Julio and guest co-host Imara Jones, founder and CEO of TransLash Media, are joined by Akela Lacy, politics reporter at The Intercept, and Renée Graham, associate editor and columnist for The Boston Globe's Op-Ed section. They talk about the World Series games in Atlanta, and the racism behind the Tomahawk Chop. They also get into the latest with the investigation into January 6, and they hear from Antonia Hylton, a correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC, on Republican strategies behind school board elections.ITT Staff Picks: Stefan Fatsis reports on the history of the racist Tomahawk Chop, including its hand motion and music origins, for Slate Magazine. On the recent uptick in threats against local officials and teachers, Renée Graham writes that “the endgame is taking shape — to replace them with people fixated on toxic ideologies instead of serving the public good,” for The Boston Globe.Corporate interest groups, conservative groups tied to Donald Trump, congressional Republicans and the Koch network are lobbying against Biden's Build Back Better plan, reports Akela Lacy for The Intercept. Photo credit: AP Photo/Steve Helber See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fall Nutrient Management Plans and Soil Sampling In this episode, our experts will focus on the key components in developing a fall nutrient management plan, including the role played by soil sample results. Koch's technical agronomist Derek Rapp and senior agronomist Edwin Suarez talk through the important steps growers need to make after harvest to prepare for the next planting season and the difference in taking soil samples in fall compared to collecting them in the spring.
The #PodSquad thinks inside the box for Thanksgiving, breaks the bacon streak, and has a hard time staying on topic - again. Recorded 10/7/2021 #HoWoPo Hosted by: Leah K, Matt E, Matt B, and Lauren C. Semi-Regulars: Sabrina J. & Nell H. 00:00 - Intro and Welcome 09:28 - Thanksgiving to Go 18:08 - Back on Track 24:55 - Matt B. Tries 34:01 - Matt B. Tries Again 50:56 - Upcoming Holidays Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Leave a voicemail: Phone (812)-937-4401 Ext. 8081 Reach out on social media: @holidayworld using #HoWoPo For Show Notes and Transcript, visit HolidayWorld.com/HoliBlog 2022 Season Passes are now on sale at the lowest prices of the year! Head to HolidayWorld.com/Passes for all the details. Subscribe Links: iTunes: http://bit.ly/HWPitunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/HWPspotify Amazon: http://bit.ly/HWP_amzn Stitcher: http://bit.ly/HWPstitcher Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/HWP_gp YouTube: http://bit.ly/HWP_u2be iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/HWP_ihr TuneIn: http://bit.ly/HWPtunein Vurbl: https://bit.ly/HWP_vurbl RSS Feed: http://bit.ly/HWP
Have you considered homeschooling your children but are overwhelmed thinking of how to teach them? Or maybe you're a seasoned homeschooler, but just can't figure out how to get through to one (or more) of your children. Does your child love to build things but cannot.sit.still? How can you teach based on noticeable unique strengths? Today Dr. Kathy Koch joins me in talking about ways to recognize and teach to your child's unique strengths and help them in their areas of weakness! Ways to connect with Dr. Kathy: CelebrateKids.com facebook.com/celebratekidsinc instagram.com/celebratekidsinc pinterest.com/celebratekidsinc shop.celebratekids.com/ celebratekids.com/newsletter/ (If you haven't checked out my new book, The Four Hour School Day please do that! As a 25+ year veteran homeschooling mom of 8, I share WHY you can give your kids a robust education in four hours a day or less! FIND IT AT DURENDAWILSON.COM, Amazon, or your favorite bookseller)
Brainstorm's husforsker, Albert Gjedde, har været radiotavs de seneste uger, men nu er han tilbage! Dette er tredje kapitel i portrætserien af Albert, som er én af dansk hjerneforsknings ‘grand old men', og i dette afsnit hører vi historien om, hvordan hans karriere som hjerneforsker startede, og hvordan Gjedde solgte en canadisk hjerneskanner til Rigshospitalet. Vi kommer omkring rotteallergi, hjerne-koryfæer, New York og Bertel Haarder! Bliv klogere på vores kære husforsker i denne special-episode af Brainstorm. Brainstorm er støttet af Lundbeckfonden. Medvirkende: Albert Gjedde, professor i translationel neurobiologi på Syddansk Universitet, professor emeritus på Københavns Universitet og husforsker Interview: Jeppe Øvig Redaktør og producer: Jais Baggestrøm Koch
In today's episode, Vikram is joined by Lauren Cohen & Jessica Koch. They discussed how they benefited from LinkedIn, the mistakes they made when building a LinkedIn profile, how LinkedIn opened doors to collaboration, the one thing that is most useful on LinkedIn during a pandemic and a lot more!Connect with Lauren Cohen:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ecouncilincConnect with Jessica Koch:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicakoch1Website: www.JessicaLkoch.com
In this episode Eos Koch shares her + her families journey to following her intuition to create the life of her dreams. Today Shelby + Eos chat all about: ∆ Self trust as the foundation for a successful biz + life ∆ What self leadership looks like Offerings: ∆ Warp Speed ∆ The Frequency 1-1 Mentorship ∆ 2022 Retreats Connect with Eos: Instagram: @EosKoch Facebook Group: Eos Koch | Soulful Web Design + Brand Styling (eoskoch) Podcast:Essentia Lux by Eos Koch Connect With Shelby: Shelby's Instagram Facebook Group TikTok Website Donate To The Show
On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the seizure of state governments by America's homegrown neofascist movement with the historian Paul Street. The creeping homegrown Christianized fascism that is steadily gaining power in the United States is most evident not in Washington but in state-level politics. Some 150 million Americans live in fully or mainly “red states,” where state politics and policy are completely or largely in the hands of a neofascist Republican party. There are 22 states where Republicans control the governorship and legislatives bodies. There are 15 states where the Democratic party controls the governorship and legislative bodies. And there are 13 states with divided governments. In the “red” states such as Texas and Florida, laws are being passed to suppress voting, outlaw abortion, forbid honest discussion of white systemic racism in public education, ban local governments and school districts from enforcing minimum wage ordinances, prohibit local vaccine and mask mandates, cut pandemic-related unemployment benefits, reject federal Medicaid dollars to help the poor receive health care, and persecute undocumented workers and their families. The nation's most retrograde corporate political funders and operatives – the Koch-backed “fifth column” culprits in historian Nancy MacLean's book Democracy in Chains – have long focused heavily on politics and policy at the state level. State politics, with the collapse of the local press and its consolidation by a handful of corporations, is an easy mark. It is rarely covered and almost never in-depth. Corporations, for relatively small costs, can buy the loyalty of state officials and banish those who do not do their bidding. What is happening, as the historian Paul Street writes, is that in the white-nationalist “flyover” states, Republican neofascists are hard-wiring these jurisdictions to orchestrate this creeping coup with Leninist discipline. Paul Street is the author of 10 books including his latest Hollow Resistance: Obama, Trump, and the Politics of Appeasement. He also writes regularly for Counterpunch where he published a recent column headlined “What Happens in the Red States.”
Die Heckklappe des Besenwagens steht offen, die Küche ausgefahren und die Klapptische aufgeklappt. Die Fahrt war nicht lang, aber der Hunger ist dennoch groß bei allen Insassen. Zum Glück schwingt mit Juri Hollmann der wohl beste Koch im Peloton den Kochlöffel. — Besenwagen - der Radsport Podcast wird unterstützt von Rapha www.rapha.cc — Besenwagen T-Shirts, Musettes & Co. gibt's hier! shop.besenwagen.com — Schreib' uns eine Nachricht! email@example.com — Werbung: HelloFresh ist die wöchentliche Lösung für eine ausgewogene Ernährung: Mit einer Kochbox voller frischer Zutaten und leckeren Rezepten, direkt bis zur Haustür geliefert. Und das ganz ohne Mindestlaufzeit und Verpflichtungen, denn Lieferpausen sind jederzeit möglich. Mit dem Code BESENWAGEN bekommst du insgesamt 60€ Rabatt aufgeteilt auf die ersten 4 Boxen. Dabei gilt - 25€ auf die 1. Box, 15€ auf die 2. Box, 10€ jeweils auf die 3. und 4. Box. Unsere HörerInnen aus Österreich bekommen ebenfalls 60€ Rabatt und die aus der Schweiz sogar insgesamt 95CHF Rabatt. Klingt das gut für dich? Dann klick auf https://hlfr.sh/nAtpDn und lass es dir schmecken! Der Gutscheincode ist nur für Neukunden einlösbar.
Time for Halloween and time for everyone to play dress up. Our movie shouldn’t be any different! This month we take a look at a mystery disguised as a comedy, or is it a comedy disguised as a mystery? Promo: Derek M. Koch’s Monster Hunter For Hire (Supernatural Solutions: The Marc Temple Casefiles – Volume […]
It was another weekend of low scores in Las Vegas, but Sunday felt like 2016 as Rory and Rickie fought it out at the CJ Cup. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell break down the victory for Rory, and what this means for the 32 year old who just notched win #20 (1:57). Over on the LPGA Tour, they got to have a fantastic playoff under the lights. Michael and Alex will do whatever it takes to make this kind of fantasy situation play-out everywhere (7:52). The Tour heads to Japan again this weekend for the ZoZo Championship, where Michael is hoping to see a Sunday round of Xander Schauffele and Hideki Matsuyama (10:07). In Tuned In, Michael's getting his October horror fix with the classic "Dracula," even if it's got a horrible Keanu Reeves. Alex, meanwhile, is still going with the viral "Squid Game" (11:51). Long Drive is certainly having a moment, and past guest and long driver Josh Koch returns to the podcast to chat with Alex about his great year and hitting bombs alongside Bryson DeChambeau (14:58). Michael is feeling a strong pull back to his childhood after watching the highlights of the first ever Balloon World Cup, and Alex is wondering if there is a spot on the team for next year (43:12). The football weekend got off to a hot start with Alex's morning tailgate at Texas, but quickly disintegrated from there as his college bets, and the guy's pro's, put up a lot of "Ls" (46:17). Alex's Red Sox are putting up the W's in the ALCS, while Michael has decided to go all-in for his "local" Atlanta Braves (48:31). And as the guys #AlwaysAlwaysEndWithFood, Alex is ready to declare his "Basic Bitch" status, while Michael made a special trip to the Back in the Day Bakery in Savannah for an episode of the Always End With Food Podcast (50:07). Listen + Love + Subscribe: http://bit.ly/3fdoQed Part of the Morning Read Podcast Network: https://bit.ly/3aYT68Z Support the First Tee - Greater Austin: https://bit.ly/3n09U4I Have you listened to our new food podcast? https://bit.ly/3vrJvj9 Join us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2NpEIKJ Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2QJhZLQ Watch us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/3qvq4Dt
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 In the first hour of today's show Kerby speaks with Richard Stearns, president emeritus of World Vision US. Richard served as president for twenty years, traveling more than three million miles as an advocate for the world's poor. He shares his new book, Lead Like it Matters to God. Then Kerby shares […]
Join for the first-edition stamp conversation and stick around for Matt B. hijacking the podcast to talk about what matters most to him. Recorded 10/7/2021 #HoWoPo Hosted by: Leah K, Matt E, Matt B, and Lauren C. Semi-Regulars: Sabrina J. & Nell H. 00:00 - Intro and Welcome 10:13 - Feedback 40:39 - Upcoming Holidays Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Leave a voicemail: Phone (812)-937-4401 Ext. 8081 Reach out on social media: @holidayworld using #HoWoPo For Show Notes and Transcript, visit HolidayWorld.com/HoliBlog 2022 Season Passes are now on sale at the lowest prices of the year! Head to HolidayWorld.com/Passes for all the details. Pick Your Date and Save! HolidayWorld.com/Tickets Subscribe Links: iTunes: http://bit.ly/HWPitunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/HWPspotify Amazon: http://bit.ly/HWP_amzn Stitcher: http://bit.ly/HWPstitcher Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/HWP_gp YouTube: http://bit.ly/HWP_u2be iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/HWP_ihr TuneIn: http://bit.ly/HWPtunein Vurbl: https://bit.ly/HWP_vurbl RSS Feed: http://bit.ly/HWP
So, at some point on your personal brand business journey you're going to want to go large. You want to take those foundations and build something incredible on them and for that - you need an audience and community. One of the best ways to approach that is by both hosting and participating in virtual Summits. This week my guest is an undisputed prince of the virtual summit and owner of Virtual Summit Mastery, author of the book - ‘The Virtual Summit Mastery Method' - Jan Koch. Jan's website : https://virtualsummitmastery.com/ ---- Get your copy of my Personal Brand Business Blueprint It's the FREE roadmap to starting, scaling or just fixing your expert business. http://www.amplifyme.agency/roadmap (www.amplifyme.agency/roadmap) ---- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkhcc6rfcnaKF3vZGRDkCGQ?sub_confirmation=1 (Subscribe to my Youtube!! ) Follow on Instagram and Twitter http://instagram.com/bobgentle (@bobgentle) Join the Amplify Insiders Facebook Community : http://www.amplifyme.agency/insiders (www.amplifyme.agency/insiders) Please take a second to rate this show in Apple Podcasts. ❤ It will mean a lot to me.
Right wing money in academia is pervasive and influential. Libertarian-minded billionaires like the Kochs and their partners have funded scholars and think tanks across the US, and similar things go on in Canada too. The money shows us that the right spends it because they care about education. Maybe not in the classic way—higher learning, … Read More Read More
Welcome to episode nine of The Way Out Is In: The Zen Art of Living, a podcast series mirroring Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh's deep teachings of Buddhist philosophy: a simple yet profound methodology for dealing with our suffering, and for creating more happiness and joy in our lives. In this episode, presenters Zen Buddhist monk Brother Phap Huu and lay Buddhist practitioner and journalist Jo Confino are joined by special guest Zen Buddhist nun Sister True Dedication (Sister Hien Nghiem). Together, they look deeply at the whole concept of engaged Buddhism, and ways in which Thich Nhat Hanh made ancient teachings relevant to day-to-day questions. Additionally, they discuss: how Plum Village is shedding the stereotypes about Buddhist monastic life; how to refresh Buddhism through a hands-on approach and engaging teachings in daily life; what it means to not take sides; the roots of evil; reducing suffering through compassionate action; healing; patience. Brother Phap Huu digs into: what it means to apply Buddhism in contemporary life; the spiritual dimension of breathing; the importance of communities and practice centers as spiritual refuges; the dynamics of anger coming up; moving from anger to peace in activism. Plus: can you guess the one time it's best not to do sitting meditation? Sister True Dedication shares insights about: the early events in Thich Nhat Hanh's life which led to the inception of the engaged Buddhism movement in war-torn Vietnam; Thay's peace activism and his exile; Buddhism's potential to deal with injustice; Plum Village monastery's engagement with the outside world and what this busy community of monastics has to offer it, through retreats and active engagement in various causes. She also delves into ways of handling strong emotions, deep looking, understanding the roots of our suffering, and the importance of dialogue. And what does compassion look like in a time of crisis? How can we listen to those people in our lives who we least want to listen to? Jo remembers his first visit to Plum Village, and tea with Thay. He further muses on: how feeling steady and grounded can act as “the tuning fork” of our being; how we can perpetuate mindful living by simply approaching the world mindfully; failure and criticism. Finally, Brother Phap Huu ends the episode with a guided meditation on embracing suffering with compassion. Co-produced by the Plum Village App:https://plumvillage.app/ And Global Optimism:https://globaloptimism.com/ With support from the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation:https://thichnhathanhfoundation.org/ List of resources Engaged Buddhismhttps://plumvillage.org/series/engaged-buddhism/ Mindfulness, Suffering, and Engaged Buddhismhttps://plumvillage.org/about/thich-nhat-hanh/interviews-with-thich-nhat-hanh/thich-nhat-hanh-on-mindfulness-suffering-and-engaged-buddhism/The Practice for Engaged Buddhismhttps://plumvillage.org/library/dharma-talks/the-practice-for-engaged-buddhism/ Please Call Me by My True Nameshttps://plumvillage.org/library/songs/please-call-me-by-my-true-names-poem/ Israeli Palestinian Retreathttps://plumvillage.org/teachings/israeli-palestinian-retreat/ Invoking the Bodhisattvahttps://plumvillage.org/library/dharma-talks/invoking-the-bodhisattva-dharma-talk-by-sister-lang-nghiem-2020-6-21/ Bodhicittahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bodhicitta Gross National Happinesshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gross_National_HappinessGreta Thunberghttps://www.instagram.com/gretathunberg/ Koch brothershttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koch_family Quotes “We need to act with the urgency of today and the patience of a thousand years.” “Thay says that it doesn’t matter if you’re Buddhist, Jewish, or Christian; as long as you’re breathing, you have a spiritual dimension and can practice.” “I’d describe Plum Village as a beautiful oasis, and an engine of healing, transformation, and training. So we’re really training in practical skills that we can later take back into life outside the monastery.” “The most effective tool in my toolbox is to turn up mindfully, because it gives others the chance to also come home.” “[Thay] said, when we hear the bombs falling all around us, how can we sit there and do nothing, or sit there and just chant? It’s not enough. Our compassion has to reveal itself.” “In multiple talks, Thay says that everyone needs a spiritual dimension in order to cope with what's happening in the world, or to themselves. We may have that aspiration, but we need companions to support us. That’s where a community comes in and can be an example, can lead, and can also be a companion.” “When Thay was exposed to peace activists and events and retreats and conversations and dialogue, his realization was that there’s a lot of anger in the peace movement. This became the kernel of Thay’s development of real practices of peace, so that, as an individual peace activist, we have a way to calm our body, to calm our emotions, to keep our mind clear, and to be truly nonviolent in body and mind.” “You could send all the bombs to the moon, but you would still have the roots of war in people’s hearts and minds. It’s not about destroying all the nuclear warheads; it’s about destroying the nuclear warheads that are there because we hate each other, because we resent each other, because we can’t handle the other side politically, because we can’t handle people who have betrayed us. So for Thay, then, the challenge became this much deeper, human one: of creating environments where we can heal, transform, and look deeply, and make use of Buddhist teachings.” “Our practice is to understand the roots of our suffering.” “A bigger impact is what we carry from thought into our daily action, whether by words or by deed.” “Man is not our enemy. It is ignorance, fear, and despair that is the root of all of this negative action.” “When we say that, in our tradition, we do our best to not take sides, we don't deny that people are doing what we would call wrong action or wrong speech, or perpetrating injustice against others and creating harm. What it means is that we position ourselves a little differently, and want to avoid placing blame and the aggressive stance of labeling someone a perpetrator. Because, with our way of looking at things, the perpetrator is themselves also a victim, of their wrong view, and of the wrong way of seeing the world, which is leading to this hate speech or hateful action.” “Man is not the enemy. The enemy is wrong views. And, according to Buddhist teaching, the way to liberate ourselves from wrong views is with deep looking, and with listening, and reexamining what’s going on. And for that, we need a huge amount of compassion and collective energy, which monastics can help to bring.” “When you’re angry, you are not very clear, you are not very present, and you won’t really see what to do and what not to do. Because, at that moment of energy erupting inside of you, the natural tendency is to act, to punish. Anger goes with punishment; they are very linked. And often we will want to retaliate, to make the ones who made us suffer, suffer themselves. But in Buddhism, we want to break free from that; we see that they make us suffer because, actually, they suffer.” “Taking time to see the hurt that precedes the hatred and the anger, and to give that hurt the witness, the embracing, the holding, and ultimately the healing by bringing it out to the light and saying, actually, it is this hurt that we need to take care of. That work takes time. It’s not the work of one or two days; in Plum Village, those retreats would be at least two weeks long. Fourteen days of breathing, of living simply, of mindful walking, mindful eating, quiet time, sitting and breathing and meditation, as well as the support of a whole community.” “We cannot possibly build a future unless we’re able to talk to each other, unless we’re able to dialogue across the divide, unless we’re able to respect each other’s differences and different needs.” “When we’re angry at someone, we’re always angry at ourselves. When we see someone else being wrong, we’re always, to some extent, thinking that we’re wrong.” “There’s enough suffering already, we don’t have to contribute more.”
Hey, homeschoolers. When we begin teaching our kids at home, we quickly realize that some of them have traditional smarts with words and logic, but others have smarts that aren’t celebrated in school. My guest today is well-known author Dr. Kathy Koch. I think she will inspire you to discover your child’s unique smarts so […] The post Discovering Your Child’s Smarts With Dr. Kathy Koch appeared first on Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network.
Mayor Tom Koch talks about the importance of local elections and how they impact us, he then gives an update on the Quincy Public Schools and Covid, The Mayor wraps it up with a few thoughts on the federal infrastructure bill, also how it will affect the City of Quincy.
Katie Koch, Goldman Sachs' Co-Head of Fundamental Equity, has launched two ETFs with her team to help identify the winners in the climate transition and the newest tech companies that are reshaping our world: the Goldman Sachs Future Planet Equity ETF (NYSE ARCA: GSFP) and the Goldman Sachs Future Tech Leaders Equity ETF (NYSE ARCA: GTEK). Katie shares how her background prepared her for a life in finance and how diversity — in all its forms — can lead to differentiated returns for investors. Inside the ICE House: https://www.theice.com/insights/conversations/inside-the-ice-house
BONUS EPISODE: An insider's guide to Season Passes! Best discounts expire soon! Recorded 10/7/2021 #HoWoPo Hosted by: Leah K. & Sabrina J. Email us: email@example.com Leave a voicemail: Phone (812)-937-4401 Ext. 8081 Reach out on social media: @holidayworld using #HoWoPo For Show Notes and Transcript, visit HolidayWorld.com/HoliBlog 2022 Season Passes are now on sale at the lowest prices of the year! Head to HolidayWorld.com/Passes for all the details. Pick Your Date and Save! HolidayWorld.com/Tickets Subscribe Links: iTunes: http://bit.ly/HWPitunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/HWPspotify Amazon: http://bit.ly/HWP_amzn Stitcher: http://bit.ly/HWPstitcher Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/HWP_gp YouTube: http://bit.ly/HWP_u2be iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/HWP_ihr TuneIn: http://bit.ly/HWPtunein Vurbl: https://bit.ly/HWP_vurbl RSS Feed: http://bit.ly/HWP
Melissa Koch with the Judicial Branch Peer Support Team joins us to discuss the changing conversation on mental health and support in the workplace. She brings to light how the pandemic has shaped some responses, as well as how the Peer Support Team provides a shoulder to lean on.
This week Kathy had the privilege to speak with Dr. Kathy Koch, founder of Celebrate Kids and discuss several hot topics for parents today. They talked about Kathy's books 8 Great Smarts and Start with the Heart. Dr. Kathy shared some amazing wisdom about getting to the hearts of your little ones as well as your teens. You can learn more about Dr. Kathy Koch at celebratekids.com. Check out her books and the opportunities to listen to her at one of many conferences including, Ignite the Family.
Markus Glocker - Botschafter der Österreichischen Gastronomie in New York!Seine Ausbildung zum Koch startete Markus Glocker in seiner Heimat, einem kleinen Dorf in Österreich. Bereits kurz darauf trieb es Markus in die große weite Welt der Sterne Küche. Im Vier Jahreszeiten in München nahm seine Karriere dann ihren Lauf. Kein geringer als Eckart Witzigmann empfahl ihm in London seine Ausbildung zu vertiefen und so fand Markus sich wenig später am Lieferanten Eingang von Gordon Ramsey's Restaurant nach einem Job fragend in der britische Hauptstadt wieder. Sein Talent und viele gute Kontakte brachten ihn über Berlin (Palazzo) 2004 dann nach Chicago ins Charlie Trotter's und - mit Zwischenstopp in Wien - letztendlich nach NYC zurück zu Gordon Ramsey und später zu seinem eigenen renommierten Restaurant Bâtard. Als ausgezeichneter Michelin Chef erwarb Markus neben dem "StarChef New York Award" auch die Auszeichnung zum "Best New Restaurant" in New York. Markus und ich sprechen nicht nur über seinen Werdegang sondern auch darüber, wie wichtig gutes Leadership in der Gastronomie ist und welche Werte ihm als Koch besonders wichtig sind. Markus arbeitet bereits an seinem nächsten Projekt und wir sind gespannt wie er die berühmte österreichische Gastfreundschaft diesmal in NYC implementieren wird. Bon Appetit!@markusglocker@glockercookshttps://www.getmeez.com/blog/the-evolution-of-a-dish-markus-glockerhttps://www.starchefs.com/cook/chefs/bio/markus-glocker➡️ Den Muttersprache Podcast findest du u.a hier und ich freue mich sehrüber eine 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review von Dir:Apple: shorturl.at/asEJ2Spotify: shorturl.at/erEGXYoutube: shorturl.at/fBHY2Google: shorturl.at/istBMAmazon Music: shorturl.at/efBNWWebsite: https://www.muttersprachepodcast.com/Podcast
Augusta Koch’s first band was called The Blue Bananas, a ska band. They had a few originals and performed a Choking Victim song. They didn’t last long. She’s since gone on to play in some incredible non-ska bands like Cayetana and Gladie. And she even sang vocals for the fictitious group DUH in the horror-comedy film Uncle Peckerhead. But ska has remained important to her. During the pandemic, she found comfort in revisiting some of her favorite bands from when she was younger. RX Bandits have been a particular favorite for her. Augusta talks with us, not just about her ska roots, but also what it’s been like for her the past couple of years, creatively and personally. We discuss a blog post she wrote about starting smoking again during the pandemic and she also tells us about Jeff Rosenstock asking her to contribute to SKA DREAM by screaming on a few tracks. We discuss the Sparks cover she made with Mike Park, and we also get into a discussion about what her favorite Mountain Goats record is. And most importantly, we try to understand why the ska scene just feels so much better to be a part of than other “cooler” scenes. We come up with a few theories. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends and on social media. You can sign up for this newsletter and get the podcast sent directly to your inbox. Get on the email list at aaroncarnes.substack.com
Raising children who love to learn is a goal of just about every parent but not every parent believes they have the tools to do it properly. But, by learning how to identify your child's innate smarts, parents will have a unique advantage and a leg up on helping their kids recognize that they really are smart, no matter what the circumstances say. How children view themselves is so important! And as parents, we can help them view themselves correctly.
Today, in the Hot Notes: how did the Capitol rioters know exactly where the unfortified windows were on January 6th; Wayne LaPierre has been reelected as the leader of the NRA and Tish James isn't having it; Milwaukee Senator Russia Ron Johnson sucks at paying his taxes; a Koch backed group fuels opposition to school mask mandates; Ted Cruz is holding up several Biden nominations; plus Allison and Dana deliver your good news. The big story at the top: https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2021-10-04/jan-6-rioters-exploited-little-known-capitol-weak-spots-a-handful-of-unreinforced-windows Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech/ Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes Munk Pack: Good food you can count on. Get 20% off your order at https://munkpack.com/ when you enter promo code DAILYBEANS at checkout. Join the over 800,000 people taking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. Special offer for DAILYBEANS listeners, get 10% off your first month at http://betterhelp.com/DAILYBEANS To find your perfect sofa, check out https://allform.com/lp/dailybeans/podcasts. Allform is offering 20% off all orders for our listeners! Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go to http://UPSTART.com/DAILYBEANS. Helix is offering up to $200 off ALL mattress orders for our listeners. Use this link http://helixsleep.com/DAILYBEANS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 19- Texas Goddamn – Show Notes In this episode attorney, Mary Whiteside breaks down the tyranny emerging in Texas caused by the Republican controlled state legislature, which has enacted laws written by Dark Money funded political operatives like ALEC and SNP, groups designed to write right wing laws to benefit Dark Money donors and religious zealots .This unholy alliance has seemingly unlimited funding, which has been used to capture a large part of the Federal Judiciary including the Supreme Court. What is happening in Texas is the plan for the rest of the country. This is the all hands on deck moment for democracy and the rights of the majority of its citizens. MAIN POINTS: The Texas 6 week abotion ban was passed to please the religious zealot voting block (aka the pro-life voters). The specifics of the far right agenda is deeply unpopular with voters because it hurts everyone who is not extremely rich. Therefore, they needed to build a coalition of voters. The religious zealot voting block only focuses on overturning Roe v. Wade leaving the Koch politicians free to enact other policies without scrutiny. The Captured Supreme Court was installed to make sure Roe is overturned or gutted to the point of practical irrelevance. The Robert's Court is fulfilling their promise to the Dark Money Texas enacts the Koch operatives' long term strategy by passing the most restrictive voter suppression/restrictions, which is the key to permanently installing an autocratic Christian Nationalist minority. Part 3 looks at all the other laws Texas passed this year to advance the Koch project to make America hospitable for corporations and the ultra wealthy. CONCLUSION: We need to pressure the Democratically controlled Congress and President Biden to pass these laws. The Women's Health Protection Act - This bill would establish a statutory right for health care professionals to provide abortion care and the right for their patients to receive care, free from bans and medically unnecessary restrictions that single out abortion care. The Judicial Ads Act would require identification of donors who fund advocacy campaigns aimed at confirming their favored nominees. The Disclose Act The For the People Act, The Freedom to Vote Act We also need to make our voices loud, especially with our state, local and national representatives. We need to spend our money strategically and stop giving money to fossil fuel and businesses that are using their wealth to undermine and weaken democracy. Resources https://www.texastribune.org/2021/08/31/new-texas-laws-september-2021/ https://www.khou.com/article/news/local/texas/new-texas-laws-2021/285-d5170afe-e39c-401f-a575-bf110bba780b https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/analysis-opinion/texass-proposed-voter-suppression-law https://www.democrats.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Captured%20Courts%20-%20Reproductive%20Rights.pdf https://www.npr.org/2021/07/09/1014579306/texas-republicans-have-a-new-voting-bill-heres-whats-in-it https://www.uclalawreview.org/the-equality-argument-for-abortion-rights/ Need More Access Follow the pod on Facebook, Twitter @courtpod to see what we think about current events and let us know your thoughts. Have compliments, criticisms, or suggestions. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe so you don't miss an episode on iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, Sticher, Vurb, or via RSS. Rate and Review (5 Stars!) the show to help people find us.
Sam and Emma host Max Chafkin, features editor and writer at Bloomberg BusinessWeek, to discuss his recent book The Contrarian: Peter Thiel and Silicon Valley's Pursuit of Power. Sam and Emma start off by taking a look at Kyrsten Sinema's interaction with organizers from LUCHA Arizona before she went to hide in a restroom, as opposed to engaging with them directly, as well as the disparity between the outraged reaction to the video and the video itself. Sam and Emma are then joined by Max to discuss Peter Thiel, the "contrarian posture" that's animated his life and his investments, as well as how that informed his interactions with Gawker, Facebook, and PayPal. Max discusses whether Thiel should be considered a "good investor", despite betting against the future, leaning in so far into his contrarian sensibilities that he accurately predicted the 2008 financial crash but botched his hedge fund investments afterwards, leading directly in to him transitioning the fund into a family office, as well as directly into his conflict and legal action with Hulk Hogan against Gawker. Max then details Thiel's "small" nest egg of $1 million that served as the basis for his wealth acquisition, as well as his appetite for competition when it serves him, as well as his absolute distaste for it when it doesn't. They then dive into Thiel's relationship with former President Trump, as well as his pet project of railing against "PC culture", a phenomena that he believes is the animating force of American politics. They then end on Thiel's interactions and partnerships with Glenn Greenwald (who, in fact, Thiel's company Palantir spied on years ago), JD Vance, and the new social media platform Rumble, and how Thiel's investments in these people and companies are symbolic, and that one can draw real comparison to Thiel's political project and that of the Koch brothers: transforming a section of the Republican Party through significant financial investment. Sam and Emma are then joined by David Dayen, executive editor at The American Prospect, to discuss his recent scoop "USPS Begins Postal Banking Pilot Program" as well as his report from last Friday "The Progressive Caucus Wields Power". David begins by outlining the parameters of this new postal banking pilot program through USPS, and how, if fully implemented, this program could significantly aid "unbanked" and "underbanked" people who fall prey to predatory banking schemes as a result of a lack of access to financial services. He goes on to explain the uneasy peace between Trump USPS holdover Louis DeJoy and the USPS union, who, on this one particular issue, are aligned on working toward implementation for its potential for revenue growth for the USPS (DeJoy's interest), as well as for expanding the services of USPS to people who really need them (the union's interest). David then explains whether further implementation will require additional Congressional approval (maybe so, maybe not), how Biden should prioritize a pro-postal banking advocate for a Board of Governors vacancy that remains, the Congressional support this policy already has, and what full implementation would really look in the long term. Sam, Emma, and David end on their discussion of the Progressive Caucus showing its might in blocking the bipartisan infrastructure bill from going to a vote away from the two track structure, the history of the CPC when it was a 6-person working group started by a young anonymous backbencher named Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Pramila Jayapal's ascendance in the ranks of the CPC leading to its growing power, and whether more of these stands may result in the future as a result of this one's success. And in the Fun Half, Sam and Emma correct the record on Senator Blumenthal's Finsta flub from Thursday, and propose that the next Big Tech "disruption" should be these companies being broken up by the government. 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