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There are dozens of cases and investigations involving former President Donald Trump — and this week we saw developments in several. From his Mar-a-Lago home being searched by the FBI, to his pleading the fifth at a deposition in New York in a civil investigation. Plus: inflation may be cooling, but prices aren't. And: Wikipedia as a model for consensus in divided times. Guests: Ilya Marrtiz, NPR contributor and co-host of "Will Be Wild" podcast, and Axios' Neil Irwin. Credits: Axios Today is produced by Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Lydia McMullen-Laird, Alex Sugiura, and Ben O'Brien. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go deeper: Garland says he “personally approved” search warrant at Trump's residence What cooler inflation numbers mean Wikipedia blazes a trail to agreement in a divided world Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former President Donald Trump is dominating headlines yet again. Earlier this week, the FBI took several boxes of secret and top secret documents from Mar-a-Lago during a search of Trump's home. And on Friday, a federal judge unsealed the warrant for the search – plus a list of what was taken from the property. NPR's Carrie Johnson explains what the unsealed warrant reveals, and what comes next. But the news from Mar-a-Lago is just the latest in a litany of legal battles entangling the former president. From the civil and criminal cases in New York, to the Georgia election interference case and the Jan 6th DOJ investigation – it can be hard to keep track of it all. Barbara McQuade is a professor at University of Michigan Law School and a former U.S. attorney, she helps us understand where these cases stand.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at email@example.com.
President Trump has called for the immediate release of documents related to the warrant leading to the FBI raid of his Mar-a-Lago residence. Jordan and the Sekulow team discuss President Trump's statement and what to expect next from this developing story. This and more today on Sekulow.
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The entire search warrant story reads like a mix between a Tom Clancy novel and a Coen Brothers movie. Attorney Stephen Toland breaks down ALL of the legal angles for the raid of Donald Trump's home. Is it a reliable indicator the Feds have legitimate nuclear weapons concerns? What are the legal pros and cons for releasing the details of the Warrant? What is Trump's best defense? How effective is his “planted evidence” argument? https://advertisecast.com/thejeffwardshow Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A lot has happened in the last week, from the events unfolding at Mar-a-Lago to changes in our economy. We're joined by Hans von Spakovsky to unpack all of this and more in this episode of Situation Report. Hans von Spakovsky is an American attorney and a former member of the Federal Election Commission. He is the manager of the Heritage Foundation's Election Law Reform Initiative and a senior legal fellow in Heritage's Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It used to be that death was not an acceptable outcome of a medical procedure. Well, no more. The legal and social development in Canada in the last several years has opened the door to assisted suicide and euthanasia. When death is an acceptable outcome of a medical procedure, how does it impact both medical professionals and those who are on the receiving end of the needle? Andy and Steve invited Larry Worthen, the Executive Director for the Christian Medical and Dental Association in Canada, to discuss the legal and social aspect of this discussion.
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West-side Salt Lake City council members push for legal homeless encampments to clean up the area around the Jordan River. Dozens of Utah Democrats call for Gene Davis to be suspended following sexual misconduct allegations. And Salt Lake County Council member Dave Alvord faces a backlash after tweeting to Vice President Kamala Harris that fetuses aren't part of women's bodies. At […]
Busy, busy week of sports law!! Dan Lust is joined by John Nucci (@JNucci23) to break down the latest. New this week was a win for the PGA Tour in the case where LIV golfers sued them for violating antitrust law. (2:57) Three LIV Golfers (Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford, and Matt Jones) were also seeking a temporary restraining order to be allowed to compete in the PGA Tour's upcoming FedEx Cup Playoffs and get around the PGA suspensions. However, Judge Beth Freeman denied the TRO by ruling that the LIV golfers failed to show irreparable harm if the TRO was not granted. Judge Freeman also attacked the entirety of antitrust case by finding the LIV players had not established a likelihood of success on the merits. Read more about it here. Jodi Balsam (@JodiBalsam) joins to further assist in breaking down the news surrounding the LIV players v. PGA antitrust lawsuit. (16:53) Jodi explains the ruling of Judge Freeman and her analysis of their TRO argument. Jodi also discusses the irreparable harm argument and how the court determined their LIV payment has already compensated the golfers for the harms they have suffered by being suspended from the PGA Tour. Jodi analyzes why she thinks this lawsuit is a strategic one for LIV to provide leverage over the PGA Tour. Also, the strict nature of the LIV contracts being used are similar to the contracts they are arguing against with the PGA Tour. Jodi predicts what the future of golf looks like. *** Have a topic you want to write about? ANYONE and EVERYONE can publish for ConductDetrimental.com. Let us know if you want to join the team. Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal) | Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) | Mike Lawson (@mike_sonof_law) Twitter | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube | Website | Email
We just learned that U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart signed the search warrant for President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago residence. Jay, Jordan, Logan, and the Sekulow team break down this Judge Reinhart's past including a very interesting recusal from a case just months ago. This and more today on Sekulow.
The governor makes it official for the Bay State (0:50), but when will physical sportsbooks and online apps go live? We discuss California spending around sports betting ballot measures(4:45), we also update Kansas launch (9:12), and Penn Entertainment winning the race to profitability (10:30).
In one of his many increasing legal woes, Trump pleads the Fifth throughout four-hours of questioning in the New York Attorney General's investigation into the Trump Organization's business dealings. Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen joins to discuss the former president's comment that ‘The mob takes the Fifth”, and how by doing so during his deposition in this civil matter, means the prosecutor can assume Trump's guilt.Plus, The Wall Street Journal reports an ‘informant' tipped-off the FBI about more classified documents at Mar-a-Lago after officials had already retrieved 15 boxes, Biden signs a bill expanding healthcare benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits, and a Nebraska teen and mom face charges in an abortion-related case that involved obtaining their facebook messages.Hosted by Laura Coates.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
This week's guest is Heather McDowell, Vice President for Legal, Environmental and Government Affairs for the US region at Sibanye-Stillwater, the owner and operator of the Stillwater and East Boulder Mines. Heather works at the intersection of many issues critical to Montana's future - environmental regulation and sustainability, workers' rights, diversity, equity and inclusion and many others. And if those topics weren't challenging enough, Heather has been helping her colleagues recover from the massive flooding earlier this summer that shut down operations. In this episode, we get a definition of responsible mining and hear Heather's take on the benefits of government regulation on mining. Heather talks about climate change and Sibanye-Stillwater's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiative. Learn more about Sibanye-Stillwater here: https://www.sibanyestillwater.com/ Transcript here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BTbRLAPjQOoTbbtmMMAljfNGq-Q7dlkaFfz9WYA1wao/edit
Reed Rubinstein, the Senior Counselor and Director of Oversight for America First Legal (AFL) , joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Thursday. AFL Launches Investigation into Biden's Vice Presidential Records Involving Hunter Biden AFL Initiates Investigation Into DOJ, Nat. Archives & Records Admin Over Raid Of Trump's Home For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, and @patrickpinkfile.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
August 4, 2022 — Abortion remains legal in California, but there have been barriers to access since well before the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade. In Mendocino county, where poverty is high and roads are long, religious hospitals and federally funded clinics dominate the healthcare landscape. But the pandemic has legitimized telehealth, and the use of abortion pills is on the rise. Organizations whose mission it is to increase access are flush with volunteers. Gloria Martinez, the Senior Director of Operations at Planned Parenthood Northern California, said her affiliate calls on an organization called Access Reproductive Justice about once a week to give patients a ride or airfare, or even to help cover the cost of abortion. Access Reproductive Justice is not accepting applications for volunteers at this time due to overwhelming interest. Martinez says Planned Parenthood is upping its availability. “We're actually doing good on access,” she said. “Which means that most individuals can access an appointment within seven days…the reason we've been able to maintain our access as such — and in some cases, depending on the week and the location, they can get in sooner than the seven days — the reason we have been able to maintain that level of access is we've been planning for it by increasing hours, making sure we have more evening hours availab.e weekend hours as well, and then alsoy increasing our staffing and the number of staff members who are trained to provide abortion services, not just providers, but also frontline staff.” But religious hospitals, which manage one out of five hospital beds in the country, and all the hospitals in Mendocino County, routinely deny abortion care. In 2019, when the Mendocino Coast Healthcare District Board was looking for a larger hospital to take over the small hospital in Fort Bragg, the ACLU sent the board a letter reminding it that, as a public entity, the MCHD was required under the California Constitution to provide abortion services. The letter urged the board “to prioritize partnership with an entity that will not restrict care at MCDH based on religious doctrine.” Dawn Hofberg is a retired Physician Assistant who is part of a reproductive access group that worked to make sure that medication abortions remained available in the former North Coast Family Clinic before it transferred to Adventist control. “It seemed like there was an agreement that whatever services were currently being provided in the community would be continued by Adventist, should they take over,” she recalled. “Of course, the biggest thing on the table was OB-GYN, which was eliminated…we could see that OB-GYN was going to be taken away, but we decided to form this group to make sure that some kind of abortion services on the coast would continue. We would very much like to have both medical abortion and surgical be options for our community, but at this point, all surgical abortions are done in Ukiah or Santa Rosa, through Planned Parenthood or other private clinics.” The Adventist clinic provides medication abortion about once or twice a month, with referrals from Mendocino Coast Clinics through its Blue Door program. Mendocino Coast Clinics is prohibited from offering abortions because it is a federally funded clinic and the Hyde Amendment to the Medicaid appropriation prevents the use of federal funds for abortion services. Adventist would not discuss its abortion policies with us, but in 2019, during a proposed merger with another hospital in Delano, Adventist Health told the Attorney General that, while “Medical abortions are performed in Adventist Health facilities…Abortions are not performed on demand, without medical justification.” In non-life threatening situations where a pregnant woman requests an abortion, the hospital convenes an ethics committee to make a recommendation. Hospitals have long been allowed to deny patients certain kinds of healthcare, even when it was supposed to be a constitutional right. Lori Freedman is a sociologist and Associate Professor at UCSF, and a researcher with the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health. “We have a lot of conscience protections in the United States,” she said. “Some scholars have called it conscience creep. Initially, when abortion was legalized in 1973, there was the first conscience clause, the Church Amendment, that said no one would be forced to provide abortions. But importantly, that got broadened to cover institutions. Once it was determined that institutions have conscience rights, that paved the way for all Catholic hospitals to have a doctrine” which overrode the consciences of the people who work within the hospitals. Freedman said there is a lot of good abortion legislation going forward in California, but she can't think of a way that any of it would affect the protections that religious hospitals enjoy. On the national level, she would like to see the repeal of the Weldon Amendment, which withholds federal funding from public entities that practice so-calld discrimination against other entities that refuse to provide abortion services. Freedman reflected that, “The Weldon is insidious, because it prevents us from making policy changes that will impact institutions that are institutionally constraining care.” She does think it's important for people to know about, so that patients and healthcare providers can make choices about where to seek care. “But these are all individual level solutions, and what we really need is a structural one, so it's hard,” she conceded. And the Supreme Court does remain relevant, even in California, where its decision to overturn Roe led to a slate of protective legislative and budget measures. Freedman cautioned that “One of the key points in this time period is that the Supreme Court is so pro-religious rights that any court case that would attempt to change the status quo could result in really worse law than already exists.
Joe Piscopo talks with Gregg Jarrett, Legal and political analyst for Fox News Channel, on the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, the appeals court granting the House the right to obtain Trump's taxes from the IRS, and the possibility of Trump testifying in New YorkSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
La cuñada del presidente de Perú, Pedro Castillo, Yenifer Paredes, se entregó este miércoles a la justicia, que la buscaba por supuesta corrupción, tras inéditos allanamientos a la residencia del Palacio de Gobierno y la vivienda familiar en su búsqueda. “Se ha complicado la situación legal de Castillo y de su entorno familiar”, estima Patricia Hoyos directora de Centro Liber, un medio de información que lucha contra la corrupción. Sobre Yenifer Paredes, que considera a la pareja presidencial como "sus padres", existe desde el martes una orden de detención preliminar por 10 días por su presunta participación en una red de corrupción y lavado de activos que, según la justicia, estaría dirigida por el presidente peruano. Luego de que la justicia peruana allanara la residencia del Palacio de Gobierno para buscar a su cuñada por un caso de corrupción, el abogado del mandatario anunció su renuncia, pero 6 horas después volvió a tomar el caso. Esto podría dañar aún más la imagen del mandatario, quien tiene abiertas cinco investigaciones. “Se ha complicado la situación legal de Castillo y de su entorno familiar”, estima Patricia Hoyos directora de Centro Liber, un medio de información que lucha contra la corrupción. “Paredes habría aprovechado su vínculo familiar con el Presidente y la Primera Dama para favorecer a terceros, a empresarios, con obras públicas. En este momento hay información de colaboradores eficaces. Se ha detenido a un alcalde de la región de Cajamarca quien ha sido sindicado como el ‘cajero' de Pedro Castillo. Sería quien manejaría o habría tenido una “caja chica” en favor de Pedro Castillo”, señala Hoyos. “Hace unas semanas, medios de comunicación publicaron un video donde aparecía Yenifer Paredes presentándose ante una comunidad en la región de Cajamarca como representante de una empresa privada que ha sido beneficiada con obras públicas. Toda esta relación ya está siendo investigada por la Fiscalía, que ha encontrado ya suficientes indicios para inclusive pedir su detención”, subraya la directora de Centro Liber. Paredes es la cuarta persona en el entorno presidencial investigada por presunta corrupción. Y Castillo bate récords, con cinco investigaciones abiertas contra un mandatario en el cargo y una tasa de desaprobación del 74%. “Nos estamos refiriendo a una investigación que tiene que ver con Petroperú. El Presidente es investigado por tráfico de influencias, además como líder de una organización criminal en un proceso denominado Puerto Tarata, donde también están siendo investigados el ahora prófugo ex ministro de Transporte Juan Silva y los denominados ‘niños', que serían diputados de la república”, agrega Patricia Hoyos.
Today's guest, Erik Groset - Co-founder of Fantasy Sports Company and CEO of BetFully, is a friend of mine from San Diego. He's a cool founder – a grinder, and he's in our fund too – Social Leverage Fund II. I met Erik while still living in Coronado, back in the dog days of legal battles with DraftKings when everybody was trying to get gambling approved. Erick stayed alive building a cash flow business around the edges with BetFully, which is why I wanted to talk with him about what it's like being a successful founder. In addition, I wanted him to give us the lay of the land on this inflation apocalypse he's worried about as the summer of 2022 rages on. Founders everywhere are worried about layoffs, and there's a lot of young money in the market over the last 10 years – Erik has been through a few cycles, so we catch up to share some wisdom for other founders out there. I really think you'll enjoy this episode, so have a listen. One fun fact, Erik has also written a children's book – Bruce the Lumberjack: Fun Interactive Bedtime Book for Toddlers Guest - Erik Groset, CEO at BetFully, Inc howardlindzon.com, BetFully.com Twitter: @howardlindzon, @PanicwFriends, @ErikGroset, @BetFullInc, @knutjensen linkedin.com/in/erikgroset #fintech #invest #investment #venturecapital #stockmarket #finance Show Notes: Introduction (00:40) Welcome Erik (05:01) Bull markets and 30 foot puts (06:03) BetFully basics (07:03) Help with gambling problems (08:52) Surprises about the betting industry (10:17) Barriers to entry (10:45) ‘Race to the Bottom' Thesis (11:25) Dabbling in NFTs (12:20) Size of Sports betting market (14:58) Customer loyalty (16:03) UI is key (17:45) San Diego Startup scene (18:48) Riding out the storm (19:36) Guerrilla marketing (22:09) Sports betting advertising (23:01) Betting on Formula 1 (24:18) Cheat code for product/market fit (25:33) A quick celebrity story (27:48) Closing thoughts (33:01) Wrapping up (33:41)
Dream Bigger, is what our guest is challenging us all to do. In this episode of Black in Sports we have Esé Ighedosa, esq. Esé currently with Apple as Counsel over Original Content, Legal and Studio Affairs. We talk to this HBCU grad about her journey from KC to LA and all points in between. Esé shares her timeline through the world of sports from being a volleyball start to working & supporting today's top athletes. We asked why she left The Shield/NFL to become president of House of Athlete (HOA) and I Am Athlete podcast with Brandon Marshall. Esé is an Unapologetically, bold, and ambitious black women who is creating a lane and paving the way for so many...Now press play and Tap in!More with Ese Instagram: unapologetically_ese-Twitter: @noapologies_eseFor more Black in Sports additional content on our podcast see linktree: https://linktr.ee/blackinsports |Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/blackinsports | YouTube - @blackinsports | Instagram - @blackinsports | Twitter - @blackinsports | Website - https://www.blackinsports.com/ | Thank you & we appreciate you! #awardwinningpodcast #bestsportspodcast #blackpodwinner #fortheculture #blackinsports #sportsbusiness #podcast #tellingblackstories #blackowner #Blackeffect #sportsbiz #BlackPlayersForChange #sportsnews #blackowned #blackmedia #HBCULeaguePass #blackpodcastmatter #blackwomen #coach #blackeffect #nfl #Leadership #giveback #sportsbiz #awardwinningpodcast #Esé #EséIghedosa #president #volleyball #hbcu #hampton #famu @BlackinSports
The FBI's unprecedented raid on former President Trump's home is a declaration of political war on conservative Americans. Trust between the American people and government entities under the Biden Administration has been broken. Jay, Jordan and the Sekulow team discuss. ACLJ Senior Advisor for National Security and Foreign Policy Ric Grenell joins the broadcast. We're also joined by Representative Jim Jordan on today's broadcast of Sekulow.
Two more big pieces of legal news this week. First, if Trump is convicted for taking classified documents from the White House, does that mean he is barred from holding federal office again? (Spoiler alert - no). Second, since Trump took the Fifth in a deposition in the ongoing investigation by the New York Attorney General into the Trump Org, does that mean we can't judge him for that? (Answer - it does not).
A.I. technologies have drastically revolutionized and improved how we do business. A.I. tools play a significant role in H.R. processes, yet they can potentially get your business in legal trouble by implementing discriminatory practices during recruitment. In this week's episode, Sommer and Joey discuss A.I. tools in H.R.: how organizations use them, their benefits and risks, and some tips on preventing potential discriminatory practices. Joey and Sommer also explore the culture brewing around false COVID test information in the workplace. Tune in to learn what to do if you suspect an employee is faking a test to take sick time and the pros and cons of requiring tests at work. Key Takeaways Can A.I. tools get your business in legal trouble? (00:00) How organizations are using these tools for the hiring process (03:53) The risks of using A.I. tools when hiring (07:03) Tips on preventing potential discriminatory practices (10:00) What to do if your employees are faking COVID tests (16:29) The pros and cons of requiring COVID tests at work (19:04) Lessons from real examples of test forgeries in organizations (21:30) What leaders can do to create an environment of honesty (25:22) Additional Resources
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Colleges increasingly minimize or fail even to teach Western Civilization, and that means the Western Legal Tradition on which our law and Constitution rest are jettisoned too. But what is that tradition and is it even important now? Does it relate to anything the U.S. Supreme Court does now?
Mark Kelly is nowhere to be found for comment on the Trump raid. Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow in The Heritage Foundation's Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, on the raid on President Trump's Mar-A-Lago home. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New urgency in the U.S. Justice Department investigation of former President Trump after the unprecedented FBI search of his Florida home. We explore details on what federal agents found. Some prominent Republicans, including the House minority leader, are slamming the search and vowing investigations of both the Justice Department and the FBI.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Today - Embattled Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters' latest legal challenge has been pulled in Montrose County. Next, As part of its Summer Program Series, Ridgway State Park announces guest speaker Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, who is coming to the park on Saturday at 7:30 pmSupport the show: https://www.montrosepress.com/site/forms/subscription_services/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Every once in a while you have a conversation with someone that you didn't even know you needed to have. Usually we think of these as happening among close friends or family, but sometimes you get lucky and a complete stranger can blow your mind. That's the kind of episode you can expect.My guest this week was Nick McGowan, a Mindfulness & Self-Mastery coach and the Senior Sales Executive at MediaLab 3D Solutions.He has done everything from selling cars, to media consulting, to property management. But he has also traveled the harder roads of life and he isn't afraid to talk about them.I thought I knew what I wanted to talk about going into this conversation, but it went off script in the best way possible. Nick and I discuss childhood trauma, the burdens of leadership, and how our awareness is often an overlooked or underutilized super-power. The conversation is raw and pushes the upper limits of PG-13, so maybe listen to this one with headphones on…Either way, enjoy the show!
Bloomberg Washington Correspondent Joe Mathieu delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy. Guest host Emily Wilkins spoke with Wisconsin Congressman Bryan Steil on inflation, the primary elections and the FBI search of Donald Trump's Florida home. Bloomberg Government Elections reporter Greg Giroux breaks down last night primary elections. Plus, our politics panel Bloomberg Politics Contributors Jeanne Sheehan Zaino and Rick Davis on if cooler inflation could be good news for President Biden, the PACT Act becomes law, and Donald Trump's legal woes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A federal and state investigation into two separate matters involving former President Donald Trump escalated this week. CNN Political Director David Chalian explains how they've caused Trump and the GOP to politically seize on investigators' silence. Could we see a Trump 2024 announcement before the midterms?To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
If you're a therapist or a teacher, you know there are a lot of obstacles getting in the way of providing quality services. Staffing issues. Lack of time. Lack of funding. Big caseloads. Legal mandates that impact service delivery.It's an incredibly bureaucratic system that can leave the people in it feeling helpless to do anything about it. Some people working in education and healthcare worry that they've picked the wrong career, and they're looking for an exit path.Others are sticking it out simply because they care deeply about what they do…yet they live with a sense that they could be doing something more for their caseloads. There's kind of a “should I stay or should I go” dilemma. Or should I stay and try to make it better? Is the system too broken to be fixed, or can I do something about it?There are many legitimate reasons for therapists to feel disempowered in the current system. But the reality is that there is no one “perfect” way for schools to run. There's no perfect policy or legal mandate. There's no perfect career that's going to be free of problems. When we solve the issues on our plate; there will always be more to follow. Believing otherwise only sets us up for disappointment. That's why in episode 72, I'm talking about why the path to feeling optimistic and empowered comes from asking better questions. Many people look at their current situation and think, “How do I solve all of my problems?”I think this is the wrong question to be asking. In this episode, I talk about what to ask yourself instead. In this episode, I mention Elizabeth Gilbert. You can learn more about her work here. I also mention Mark Manson, the person who coined the term “sh*t sandwich”. You can learn more about his work here. In this episode, I mentioned that I'm about to open the doors to my Clinical Leadership program. This program is designed to help pediatric therapists be better leaders, so they can make a bigger impact with their services. If you're a therapist or an educator working with kids, and you want to think bigger about how you serve your caseload, community, and your field, then this program is for you. You can join the waiting list here to be notified when program enrollment is open.
Gregg Jarrett, Legal and political analyst for Fox News ChannelTopic: FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, appeals court grants House the right to obtain Trump's taxes from the IRS, possibility of Trump testifying in New YorkMichael Goodwin, Chief Political Columnist for the New York PostTopic: New York Post: “If Dems' DOJ doesn't have enough to convict, Trump will be back in Oval Office”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
FTX partners with Reddit to roll out tokenized Community Points. SoFi debuts ETF focused on NFTs, Blockchain Tech, Metaverse. Citigroup is hiring a DeFi and stablecoin risk manager as part of crypto push. Canadian regulators are reportedly working with the United States Government to investigate Celsius Network.
McKamey Manor is a "haunted house" where guests are tortured, beat up, and nearly drowned, and it has a waitlist of over 20,000 people. In the late 90s and early 2000s, an amateur haunted house enthusiast, Russ McKamey, started hosting "haunts" in his backyard. Over the years he began to attract attention as these haunted house experiences became more and more extreme. By the late 2010s, he started to become nationally known for the fact that McKamey Manor had somehow devolved into an 8 hour torture session where guests consented to being beaten up, drowned, covered in bugs and snakes, and pushed to their psychological breaking point. But, despite the fact that everyone involved is a consenting adult, many thing McKamey Manor should be shut down. On this episode of Deep Cuts, we explore the disturbing world of McKamey Manor. -- Get the Mystery Treehouse Simple Code Hybrid Album and Comic! https://bit.ly/simplecodecomic Watch the Simple Code Comic Album Video Trailer! https://bit.ly/simplecodetrailer -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/6INdubx1dAEKNwuoWzs9Oo?si=z4ljoBAYTFqRXKWVzvWEfg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Scoot talks to WWL listeners about why Donald Trump would take the Fifth Amendment in an investigation into various frauds in his business empires - especially after he said only guilty people and people in the mob take the Fifth. What's he trying to tell us?