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Es la Mañana de Federico
Los sonidos del día: Rufián, digno miembro de un Parlamento Británico más divertido que Downing Street

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 3:32


Gabriel Rufián, Keir Starmer o Nicolás Maduro protagonizan algunos de los sonidos más destacados de este jueves, 20 de enero de 2022.

Eat! Drink! Smoke!
Reviews Of Urban Chestnut #6 Classic American Lager & The La Flor Dominicana Oro Tubo No. 6 Maduro, Plus The Arby's Diablo Dare Challenge, The IRS In Crisis And Inflation Is Out Of Control -- Episode 168

Eat! Drink! Smoke!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 56:09


On this week's show, Tony and Fingers review Urban Chestnut #6 Classic American Lager and The La Flor Dominicana Oro Tubo No. 6 Maduro cigar. Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded live at Blend Bar Cigar (http://blendbarcigar.com) in Indianapolis, IN. Arby's has a new sandwich called the Diablo Dare. It comes in a chicken or brisket version -- and is topped with ghost pepper jack cheese, fiery hot seasoning, fire-roasted jalapenos and Diablo BBQ sauce. If that's not enough spice for you, it is served on a red chipotle bun. The gents take the Arby's Diablo Dare Challenge. The IRS is way behind on last year's tax returns and is issuing a warning to Americans who will be filing a 2021 tax return, and the news is not good. Will tax season be even more of a mess than usual? Prices on just about everything continue to go up. There doesn't seem to be an end in sight to this inflationary spiral. When will we all get a break? All that and much more on episode 168 of Eat! Drink! Smoke! Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Due to the electoral irregularities seen during the 2018 Venezuelan presidential election, Nicolas Maduro has faced a crisis of legitimacy, especially as the United States, the European Union, and the Organization of American States refuse to recognize him as Venezuela's rightful president. Who is Nicolas Maduro, what does he stand for, and what does the … Continue reading Maduro's Venezuela

The John Batchelor Show
#NewWorldReport: Maduro vs Duque. Senadora Maria Fernanda Cabal. @MariaFdaCabal (on leave) Joseph Humire @JMHumire @SecureFreeSoc

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 12:44


Photo:  Petroleum strike of 1936              Huelga petrolera de 1936  Shell petrol tanker - 1928 #NewWorldReport:   Maduro vs Duque. Senadora Maria Fernanda Cabal. @MariaFdaCabal (on leave) Joseph Humire @JMHumire @SecureFreeSoc  https://www.securefreesociety.org https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/President-Maduro-Blames-Duque-of-Prompting-Terrorist-Plots-20210208-0015.html

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #6 – Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Maduro Robusto (Audio)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 3:10


Coming in at #6 is the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Maduro Robusto. Last year when Perdomo Cigars announced they were discontinuing the Champagne Noir and Champagne Sun Grown cigars, it surprised a lot of people - including this author. However, it was clear that Nick Perdomo and his team knew they had something special with the new 10th Anniversary Maduro and Sun Grown lines. The 10th Anniversary Sun Grown landed a #23 on this year's Countdown and now the Maduro lands at number six. The blend for the  Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Maduro features 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos. According to Perdomo Cigars, the 10th Anniversary Maduro uses a six-year-aged Cuban-seed wrapper, binder, and fillers from its farms in Estelí, Condega, and Jalapa. The wrapper itself also has an additional 14 months of aging on it inside bourbon barrels. Production is handled out of the Tabacalera Perdomo S.A. facility in Estelí, Nicaragua. The Robusto measures 5 x 54. The Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box Pressed Maduro Robusto delivers notes of mocha (coffee, and chocolate fusion), citrus, oak, cedar, mineral, and pepper. The flavors start out medium-bodied before progressing to medium to full in the second half. This is countered by medium strength.  On top of an excellent flavor profile, this cigar delivers a stellar performance in terms of burn and draw. One can argue the combination of the 10th Anniversary Champagne, Sun Grown, and Maduro is one of the strongest blend trifectas ever. This is the second year in a row Perdomo Cigars has placed two cigars on the Cigar of the Year Countdown. Of the 25 cigars unveiled thus far on the 2021 Countdown, this is the 18th one from Nicaragua. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lMJ

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #6 – Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Maduro Robusto

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 3:10


Coming in at #6 is the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Maduro Robusto. Last year when Perdomo Cigars announced they were discontinuing the Champagne Noir and Champagne Sun Grown cigars, it surprised a lot of people - including this author. However, it was clear that Nick Perdomo and his team knew they had something special with the new 10th Anniversary Maduro and Sun Grown lines. The 10th Anniversary Sun Grown landed a #23 on this year's Countdown and now the Maduro lands at number six. The blend for the  Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Maduro features 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos. According to Perdomo Cigars, the 10th Anniversary Maduro uses a six-year-aged Cuban-seed wrapper, binder, and fillers from its farms in Estelí, Condega, and Jalapa. The wrapper itself also has an additional 14 months of aging on it inside bourbon barrels. Production is handled out of the Tabacalera Perdomo S.A. facility in Estelí, Nicaragua. The Robusto measures 5 x 54. The Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box Pressed Maduro Robusto delivers notes of mocha (coffee, and chocolate fusion), citrus, oak, cedar, mineral, and pepper. The flavors start out medium-bodied before progressing to medium to full in the second half. This is countered by medium strength.  On top of an excellent flavor profile, this cigar delivers a stellar performance in terms of burn and draw. One can argue the combination of the 10th Anniversary Champagne, Sun Grown, and Maduro is one of the strongest blend trifectas ever. This is the second year in a row Perdomo Cigars has placed two cigars on the Cigar of the Year Countdown. Of the 25 cigars unveiled thus far on the 2021 Countdown, this is the 18th one from Nicaragua. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lMJ  

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Caso Alex Saab: por nueva ola del COVID-19 se retrasa audiencia en Estados Unidos

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 0:37


La audiencia contra el supuesto testaferro de Nicolás Maduro, Alex Saab, se reprogramó para el 16 de febrero debido a los crecientes contagios de coronavirus.

Foreign Correspondence
Stephen Gibbs - Venezuela - The Times/Economist/CGTN

Foreign Correspondence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 83:10


What drew so much media attention to Venezuela only a few years ago and why has it fizzled out? Stephen Gibbs (@STHGIbbs), a freelancer based in Caracas, tells us about covering the unrest and his encounters with Hugo Chavez and Maduro. As a former longtime BBC correspondent, Gibbs also talks about covering Cuba - including Castro revealing his relationship with Ernest Hemingway and a chance meeting with a rogue CIA agent. Countries featured: United Kingdom, Cuba, Mexico, Haiti, Brazil, Venezuela Publications featured: BBC, The Times (of London), The Economist, CGTN Stephen discusses getting his start writing gossip items and producing news for children (8:36), making the jump to producing the nightly news at the BBC and transitioning to on-camera newsman in Cuba (15:35), meeting Fidel Castro at an event about Ernest Hemingway (23:34), Cuba revoking his media accreditation (28:11), moving to Mexico and covering swine flu there (35:15), going freelance and moving to Brazil and Venezuela (41:36), being in the middle of turbulent Venezuelan politics while juggling assignments from three publications (46:30), a story that got away about a fugitive former CIA agent living in Cuba (55:25), covering the coup that ousted Haiti's president in 2004 (1:00:20) and finally the lightning round (1:08:20).   Here are links to some of the things we talked about: Stephen's documentary on Easter Island - https://bit.ly/3zgJT7n Observer article on fugitive CIA agent - https://bit.ly/32JORO9 Stephen's interview with Brazil's Bolsonaro - https://bit.ly/3sQQC6W Private Eye - https://bit.ly/3qCYQNb BBC interview with Belarus leader Lukashenko - https://bit.ly/3FNDoeW Harry's Garage - https://bit.ly/3eGc4mL Allen Whicker interviews dictator Papa Doc - https://bit.ly/3zdLRpe The Quiet American book - https://amzn.to/3mNh6m7   Follow us on Twitter @foreignpod or on Facebook at facebook.com/foreignpod Music: LoveChances (makaihbeats.net) by Makaih Beats From: freemusicarchive.org CC BY NC  

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown: #10 - Southern Draw Jacobs Ladder Brimstone Un Presidente

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 3:41


Coming in at #10 is the Southern Draw Jacobs Ladder Brimstone Un Presidente. Southern Draw lands on the 2021 Countdown for a second time. Much like the #18 ranked Rose of Sharon Desert Rose Lonsdale was an offshoot of the Rose of Sharon line, the Brimstone is an offshoot of the Jacobs Ladder line. Notably, it's the second year in a row each of these blends have placed on the Countdown. Like the original Jacobs Ladder, the Brimstone uses a Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper. The remainder of the blend is different. The binder is a USA Maduro and a filler that consists of triple ligero Nicaraguan tobaccos. Late in 2020, Southern Draw introduced a massive 9 x 48 line extension dubbed "Un Presidente." It's easily the longest cigar since the Debonaire 33rd Maduro landed #2 in 2015. Last year, it was the Brimstone Perfecto that landed on the list at #9. Brimstone was originally positioned as a bolder version of the powerhouse Jacobs Ladder blend, but over time I saw the Perfecto mellowed and instead became richer in flavor. In the case of the Brimstone Un Presidente, these cigars were aging in Nicaragua for over a year and already had mellowed a bit. These cigars delivered a medium strength, medium-bodied profile with notes of coffee, earth, fruit, chocolate, red pepper, and toast. It's going to take an investment in time, but it will be worth every second. 2021 is the fifth year Southern Draw Cigars has landed on the Countdown - all of those years have been consecutive since 2017. It's also the fourth time there has been an AJ Fernandez-made cigar on the Countdown. Nicaragua has been the dominant country on this year's Countdown. Of the 21 cigars we have unveiled moving up the Countdown, this is the 15th one from Nicaragua. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lJB

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown: #10: Southern Draw Jacobs Ladder Brimstone Un Presidente

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 3:41


Coming in at #10 is the Southern Draw Jacobs Ladder Brimstone Un Presidente. Southern Draw lands on the 2021 Countdown for a second time. Much like the #18 ranked Rose of Sharon Desert Rose Lonsdale was an offshoot of the Rose of Sharon line, the Brimstone is an offshoot of the Jacobs Ladder line. Notably, it's the second year in a row each of these blends have placed on the Countdown. Like the original Jacobs Ladder, the Brimstone uses a Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper. The remainder of the blend is different. The binder is a USA Maduro and a filler that consists of triple ligero Nicaraguan tobaccos. Late in 2020, Southern Draw introduced a massive 9 x 48 line extension dubbed "Un Presidente." It's easily the longest cigar since the Debonaire 33rd Maduro landed #2 in 2015. Last year, it was the Brimstone Perfecto that landed on the list at #9. Brimstone was originally positioned as a bolder version of the powerhouse Jacobs Ladder blend, but over time I saw the Perfecto mellowed and instead became richer in flavor. In the case of the Brimstone Un Presidente, these cigars were aging in Nicaragua for over a year and already had mellowed a bit. These cigars delivered a medium strength, medium-bodied profile with notes of coffee, earth, fruit, chocolate, red pepper, and toast. It's going to take an investment in time, but it will be worth every second. 2021 is the fifth year Southern Draw Cigars has landed on the Countdown - all of those years have been consecutive since 2017. It's also the fourth time there has been an AJ Fernandez-made cigar on the Countdown. Nicaragua has been the dominant country on this year's Countdown. Of the 21 cigars we have unveiled moving up the Countdown, this is the 15th one from Nicaragua. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lJB

Es la Mañana de Federico
La República de los Tonnntos: Pedro Sánchez condecora a Pablo Iglesias por su "servicio a la corona"

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 8:37


Santi González comenta cómo Sánchez ha condecorado a Iglesias por “su servicio a la Corona" y los dicho por Maduro sobe Mao Tse-Tung.

Editorial - Gazeta do Povo
Editorial: Na Venezuela, o poder legítimo segue resistindo

Editorial - Gazeta do Povo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 7:40


Editorial: Na Venezuela, o poder legítimo segue resistindo

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone
If You Haven't Researched Arguments Disputing A Western Narrative, You Don't Understand The Issue

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 4:41


Lately when people react with shock and indignation that I would dare to dispute a claim made by the western political/media class about an empire-targeted government, I've taken to simply asking them what reading they've done on the other side of the issue. What are some articles they've read arguing against the official western narrative about that government? It's a question that can be applied to any disputed western narrative about any government the US-centralized empire doesn't like. Russia is engaging in aggressive provocations. Assad is using chemical weapons. There's a genocide in Xinjiang. Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Maduro is deliberately starving his people. Whatever's the Official Imperial Line of the Day about the Official Bad Guy of the Day. What I've found interesting about this exercise is that while I would've correctly predicted that those questioned had done zero research into the opposing viewpoints of the issue they're commenting on, I would probably not have predicted the brazenness with which they'll admit it. Very often they'll come right out and express incredulity at the very idea that any such counter-arguments could even exist, skipping right past any pretense that they may have read them or even made any effort to find them. When they do this, even before I provide them with links to counter-arguments against whatever issue we're discussing, they have already lost the argument. They have already admitted that they've done no real research into whether or not the western narrative they just swallowed is actually true; they just believed what they were told because someone told them to believe it. They swallowed an imperial narrative about an empire-targeted government with zero gag reflex, just as people did in the lead-up to the Iraq war. Reading by Tim Foley.

Cigars Liquor And More
213 James Webb Space Telescope Info with CAO and 1792

Cigars Liquor And More

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 54:28


James Webb telescope is launching soon. The boys discuss the capabilities and compare it to Hubble for reference. They smoke the CAO L'Anniversaire Maduro square press Robusto  and have 1792 Full proof Barrel Select. They're very excited to see what this telescope does. https://www.livescience.com/james-webb-space-telescope-hubble-images-comparison https://cigarsliquorandmore.com/  

biblecast.net.br - A Fé vem pelo Ouvir

Por Pr. Paulo Moura. https://bbcst.net/D8030M

French Podcast
News in Slow French #565 - Intermediate French Weekly Program

French Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 3:54


Nous commencerons la première partie de notre émission en abordant la forte recommandation donnée lundi par le chef de l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) d'éviter les rassemblements pendant les fêtes en raison du variant Omicron, qui continue de se propager. Nous parlerons ensuite de la décision de la Cour suprême britannique de ne pas laisser Nicolás Maduro accéder aux réserves d'or vénézuélien conservées à la banque d'Angleterre. Puis, dans la partie scientifique de notre programme, nous discuterons de la façon dont les mouches utilisent des calculs mathématiques complexes pour se diriger selon des études récentes. Enfin, nous commenterons le choix du magazine Time de nommer le PDG de Tesla et Spacex, Elon Musk, comme la personnalité de l'année.    Poursuivons maintenant avec l'annonce de la deuxième partie de notre émission, « Trending in France ». Cette semaine, nous discuterons d'une exposition de crypto art qui a eu lieu à Paris la semaine dernière. Nous parlerons pour finir de la ville de Lyon, qui vient d'être désignée par les World Travel Awards comme première destination touristique à voir dans le monde en 2022 - Le chef de l'OMS met en garde contre les conséquences désastreuses des fêtes de fin d'année - La Cour suprême du Royaume-Uni juge que Maduro ne peut pas avoir accès aux réserves d'or du Venezuela - Les mouches font des calculs mathématiques complexes pour se diriger - Elon Musk désigné personnalité de l'année. Le pire choix de l'histoire ? - Une exposition de « crypto art » à Paris - Lyon, première destination mondiale à voir en 2022

Italian Podcast
News in Slow Italian #467- Italian, Grammar, News and Expressions

Italian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 4:14


Inizieremo la prima parte del nostro programma con la forte raccomandazione, data lunedì dal Direttore Generale dell'Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità (OMS), di evitare i raduni durante le feste, a causa del diffondersi della variante Omicron. Subito dopo, commenteremo una sentenza della Corte suprema del Regno Unito, secondo la quale Nicolás Maduro non ha diritto di accedere alle riserve d'oro venezuelane, custodite presso la banca d'Inghilterra. Poi, nel segmento del nostro programma dedicato alla scienza, vi racconteremo di uno studio sui complessi calcoli matematici usati dalle mosche per muoversi. Infine, commenteremo la decisione del Time di nominare Elon Musk, amministratore delegato di Tesla e SpaceX, a persona dell'anno.    La seconda parte del programma, come di consueto, sarà dedicata agli avvenimenti italiani nel segmento Trending in Italy. Questa settimana discuteremo delle difficoltà economiche che hanno colpito l'industria italiana della lavorazione del corallo rosso, la cui pesca intensiva ne ha messo a repentaglio la sopravvivenza. Poi parleremo di RePAIR, un innovativo progetto di restauro che si avvale di sistemi robotici all'avanguardia per ricomporre i frammenti di alcuni reperti provenienti dal sito archeologico di Pompei. - In vista delle festività, il Direttore Generale dell'OMS mette in guardia contro possibili conseguenze disastrose - La Corte Suprema britannica sentenzia che Maduro non può accedere alle riserve d'oro del Venezuela - Le mosche utilizzano calcoli matematici complessi per orientarsi - Elon Musk è stato nominato persona dell'anno. È stata la scelta peggiore di sempre? - Il corallo rosso sostenibile di Torre del Greco - Robot ricostruiscono a Pompei manufatti distrutti

German Podcast
News in Slow German - #285 - Learn German through Current Events

German Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 8:08


Wir beginnen den ersten Teil unseres Programms mit der dringenden Empfehlung des Leiters der Weltgesundheitsorganisation, Veranstaltungen über die Feiertage abzusagen, um die Ausbreitung von Omikron zu begrenzen. Dann werden wir das Urteil des Obersten Gerichtshofs Großbritanniens diskutieren, wonach Nicolás Maduro nicht berechtigt ist, die venezolanischen Goldreserven zu kontrollieren, die bei der Bank of England gelagert sind. Im wissenschaftlichen Teil unseres Programms werden wir erörtern, wie Fliegen komplexe mathematische Berechnungen anwenden, um sich in ihrer Umgebung zu orientieren. Und zum Schluss sprechen wir über die Nominierung von Tesla- und SpaceX-Chef Elon Musk zur Person des Jahres durch das Time-Magazin. Jetzt geht es weiter mit der Ankündigung für den zweiten Teil unseres Programms, „Trending in Germany“. Diese Woche werden wir über den Plan der Deutschen Bahn (DB) sprechen, Nachtzüge wiedereinzuführen. Im Rahmen einer europäischen Nachtzug-Offensive wurden 15 deutsche Städte an das europäische Nachtzugnetz angeschlossen. Weitere Strecken sind geplant. Wir werden auch über eine aktuelle Werbekampagne der Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe sprechen. Sie sind für ausgefallene Werbung bekannt. Die neuste Aktion ist ein essbares Ticket, das mit Cannabisöl beträufelt ist und helfen soll, Stress abzubauen. - Leiter der WHO warnt vor Veranstaltungen über die Feiertage - Entscheidung des Obersten Gerichtshofs Großbritanniens: keine Kontrolle über Venezuelas Goldreserven für Maduro - Fliegen nutzen komplexe mathematische Berechnungen zur Navigation - Elon Musk ist Person des Jahres – die schlechteste Wahl aller Zeiten? - Das Comeback der Nachtzüge in Deutschland - Runterkommen mit dem „Hanfticket“

Spanish Podcast
News in Slow Spanish - #667 - Study Spanish while Listening to the News

Spanish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 8:26


Comenzaremos la primera parte de nuestro programa con la firme recomendación que dio el lunes el responsable de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) de evitar las reuniones estas fiestas, ya que ómicron sigue propagándose. Después, comentaremos la sentencia del Tribunal Supremo del Reino Unido que dice que Nicolás Maduro no tiene derecho a acceder a las reservas de oro de Venezuela que se encuentran en el Banco de Inglaterra. A continuación, en la parte científica de nuestro programa y según estudios recientes, hablaremos de cómo las moscas utilizan complejos cálculos matemáticos para navegar. Por último, comentaremos el nombramiento por parte de la revista Time del consejero delegado de Tesla y SpaceX, Elon Musk como persona del año. Continuemos ahora con la presentación de la segunda parte del programa, “Trending in Spain”. Esta semana, a pocos días de empezar las fiestas navideñas, recordaremos dos cosas muy importantes. La primera, a todas las personas queridas que hemos perdido. La segunda, a través de la segunda noticia, que es Navidad y que debemos celebrar estos días con nuestros seres queridos, pero con gran cuidado y protección pues la pandemia se ha disparado de nuevo. - El jefe de la OMS advierte de las consecuencias nefastas antes de las celebraciones de las fiestas - El Tribunal Supremo del Reino Unido dictamina que Maduro no puede disponer de las reservas de oro de Venezuela - Las moscas utilizan complejos cálculos matemáticos para navegar - Elon Musk es nombrado persona del año. ¿Ha sido la peor elección? - El adiós a una gran actriz - Tren de Navidad

NLBP.TV
Six-Figure Souls Podcast with Landi Maduro | SFSP S02 EP02 hosted by Camille L. Miller

NLBP.TV

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 37:00


Landi Maduro is no stranger to making her own path. She has worked professionally as a singer and actress for over 10 years. However, unhappy with the lack of roles available to African American women, she decided to go a different route and explore writing, producing and photography. The first project she produced was, "I Can't Pretend". She developed a fondness for producing and discovered a propensity for wearing many hats. Next she co-produced and starred in "Sheroes". The dual role as co-producer and star was an exhilarating experience. Not content to stop there, she decided to take on the ultimate challenge of directing. She made her directorial debut shooting the infomercial for the book, "Faces I Have Seen" and she has continued to direct and produced short films, features, music videos, small business commercials, business tutorials and documentaries since launching her production company, Bluechild Entertainment, in 2012. Her most fulfilling project to date is, The Silent Killer: Prostate Cancer In The African American Community. With this documentary she challenged herself as a writer, producer, and director and began touring and lecturing nationwide advocating prostate cancer awareness. She is also the proud leader of Women of Color Filmmakers; an organization that supports and provides motivational speakers and educational programs to female filmmakers as they pursue careers in film and television. https://www.bluechildentertainment.com/ Become a soul professional: https://www.thenaturallife.org/ #SoulProfessional #NLBP #CamilleLMiller

Carrusel Deportivo
Carrusel Canalla | El Sanedrín: "Hay un dato que inquietante con Hazard: se cae de maduro en el segundo recorte"

Carrusel Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 54:28


El Real Madrid pierde puntos respecto al Sevilla, segundo, tras no pasar del empate sin goles ante el Cádiz. Los hispalenses hundieron a un Atlético que es rival directo y el Barça, por su parte, sobrevivió gracias a los jóvenes del equipo. El Sanedrín analiza toda la actualidad de LaLiga.

El Larguero
Carrusel Canalla | El Sanedrín: "Hay un dato que inquietante con Hazard: se cae de maduro en el segundo recorte"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 54:28


El Real Madrid pierde puntos respecto al Sevilla, segundo, tras no pasar del empate sin goles ante el Cádiz. Los hispalenses hundieron a un Atlético que es rival directo y el Barça, por su parte, sobrevivió gracias a los jóvenes del equipo. El Sanedrín analiza toda la actualidad de LaLiga.

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #23 – Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Sun Grown Epicure (Audio)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 4:12


Coming in at #23 is the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Sun Grown Epicure. Perdomo Cigars is not know for making a lot of new cigars, but in 2020 a couple of new blends were introduced under the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve. These cigars are the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve Box Pressed Sun Grown and Maduro offerings. To make room for these cigars, Perdomo made the decision to retire two other blends in the line – the Champagne Noir and the Champagne Sun Grown (but leaving the ever-popular original Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve Champagne). While these blends will be missed, the new blends come up very big for Perdomo. Today it's the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Box Pressed Sun Grown in the Epicure size that lands on the Countdown. The blend for the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Sun Grown features 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos. According to Perdomo Cigars, the 10th Anniversary Sun Grown uses a six-year aged Cuban-seed wrapper, binder, and fillers from its farms in Estelí, Condega, and Jalapa. The wrapper itself also has an additional ten months of age on it. Production is handled out of the Tabacalera Perdomo S.A. facility in Estelí, Nicaragua. The Epicure measures 6 x 54. Along the way, the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box Pressed Sun Grown Epicure delivers notes of earth, natural tobacco, baker's spice, wood, nut, and black pepper. The flavors shine when working in unison, and are balanced throughout this medium strength, medium-bodied cigar. It's also a well-balanced cigar with enough complexity to keep one interested from start to finish. Now a sibling to legendary Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve Champagne, the 10th Anniversary Reserve Sun Grown earns its place among the elite. This is the second time Perdomo Cigars has landed on this list. As we continue to move up the Countdown, Nicaragua is making a strong showing as it has landed four cigars on the list thus far. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lBX

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #23 – Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Sun Grown Epicure

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 4:12


Coming in at #23 is the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box-Pressed Sun Grown Epicure. Perdomo Cigars is not know for making a lot of new cigars, but in 2020 a couple of new blends were introduced under the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve. These cigars are the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve Box Pressed Sun Grown and Maduro offerings. To make room for these cigars, Perdomo made the decision to retire two other blends in the line – the Champagne Noir and the Champagne Sun Grown (but leaving the ever-popular original Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve Champagne). While these blends will be missed, the new blends come up very big for Perdomo. Today it's the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Box Pressed Sun Grown in the Epicure size that lands on the Countdown. The blend for the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Sun Grown features 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos. According to Perdomo Cigars, the 10th Anniversary Sun Grown uses a six-year aged Cuban-seed wrapper, binder, and fillers from its farms in Estelí, Condega, and Jalapa. The wrapper itself also has an additional ten months of age on it. Production is handled out of the Tabacalera Perdomo S.A. facility in Estelí, Nicaragua. The Epicure measures 6 x 54. Along the way, the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Box Pressed Sun Grown Epicure delivers notes of earth, natural tobacco, baker's spice, wood, nut, and black pepper. The flavors shine when working in unison, and are balanced throughout this medium strength, medium-bodied cigar. It's also a well-balanced cigar with enough complexity to keep one interested from start to finish. Now a sibling to legendary Perdomo 10th Anniversary Reserve Champagne, the 10th Anniversary Reserve Sun Grown earns its place among the elite. This is the second time Perdomo Cigars has landed on this list. As we continue to move up the Countdown, Nicaragua is making a strong showing as it has landed four cigars on the list thus far. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lBX

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #25 – Protocol Eliot Ness Natural (Toro) - Audio

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 3:24


Coming in at #25 is the Protocol Eliot Ness Natural. The Eliot Ness Natural is part of the second set of blends released as a part of Protocol Cigars' Lawmen series. The Lawmen Series is intended to be a more premium line in the Protocol Cigars' portfolio. The idea behind the Lawmen Series is to pay homage to some of the law enforcement heroes throughout history. In this case, it's a cigar that honors Eliot Ness, the famous prohibition agent who helped bring down Al Capone. The Eliot Ness was released in two blends, a Natural and Maduro. It's the Natural that cracked the Top 25 in 2021. The blend to the Protocol Eliot Ness Natural features 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos. This includes a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper, a Habano binder from Estelí, Nicaragua, and all-Nicaraguan fillers highlighted by Criollo tobacco. Protocol Cigars' has stated this is the first time it has released a blend without ligero. The cigar was released in a 6 x 52 box-pressed Toro. Protocol is still working through Espinosa Cigars for production, but this cigar is actually rolled at AJ Fernandez's San Lotano factory – a factory to which Espinosa has offset a good portion of its own production. The Protocol Eliot Ness Natural delivered a medium strength, medium-bodied smoking experience from start to finish This cigar produced notes of natural tobacco, earth, citrus, cream, and black pepper. The flavor notes complemented each other very nicely. 2021 marks the fourth year that Protocol Cigars has landed on the Countdown. It also marks Protocol's first cigar on the Countdown since 2018. Protocol is a small company, but over the past six years, it has built an impressive core portfolio, and the Protocol Eliot Ness Natural is another example of the excellent quality the company can deliver. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lBR

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #25 – Protocol Eliot Ness Natural (Toro)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 3:24


Coming in at #25 is the Protocol Eliot Ness Natural. The Eliot Ness Natural is part of the second set of blends released as a part of Protocol Cigars' Lawmen series. The Lawmen Series is intended to be a more premium line in the Protocol Cigars' portfolio. The idea behind the Lawmen Series is to pay homage to some of the law enforcement heroes throughout history. In this case, it's a cigar that honors Eliot Ness, the famous prohibition agent who helped bring down Al Capone. The Eliot Ness was released in two blends, a Natural and Maduro. It's the Natural that cracked the Top 25 in 2021. The blend to the Protocol Eliot Ness Natural features 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos. This includes a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper, a Habano binder from Estelí, Nicaragua, and all-Nicaraguan fillers highlighted by Criollo tobacco. Protocol Cigars' has stated this is the first time it has released a blend without ligero. The cigar was released in a 6 x 52 box-pressed Toro. Protocol is still working through Espinosa Cigars for production, but this cigar is actually rolled at AJ Fernandez's San Lotano factory – a factory to which Espinosa has offset a good portion of its own production. The Protocol Eliot Ness Natural delivered a medium strength, medium-bodied smoking experience from start to finish This cigar produced notes of natural tobacco, earth, citrus, cream, and black pepper. The flavor notes complemented each other very nicely. 2021 marks the fourth year that Protocol Cigars has landed on the Countdown. It also marks Protocol's first cigar on the Countdown since 2018. Protocol is a small company, but over the past six years, it has built an impressive core portfolio, and the Protocol Eliot Ness Natural is another example of the excellent quality the company can deliver. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria: https://cigar-coop.com/2021/12/announcement-criteria-for-the-2021-cigar-of-the-year-countdown.html Cigar Coop Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-lBR  

El Washington Post
Chile, a punto de elegir presidente. "Súper Bigote" y Maduro. Biden, ¿a la reelección?

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 20:11


Sobre los cuatro días que faltan para las elecciones chilenas hablamos con la politóloga Paulina Astroza. De la serie de dibujos animados venezolana, con Ana Vanessa Herrero de "The Washington Post". Y de Biden, con Dori Toribio

Un jour dans le monde
Un nouveau super héros au Venezuela aux airs de Nicolas Maduro

Un jour dans le monde

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 4:22


durée : 00:04:22 - Sous les radars - Un nouveau dessin animé diffusé par la télévision d'État met en scène un personnage dont les traits rappellent le président Nicolás Maduro.

The Cigar Dungeon Podcast
Ep.253 Drew Estate Undercrown Maduro, Jamesons Caskmates Stout cask & Top 25 Funniest Comedians

The Cigar Dungeon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 87:28


This podcast we smoke Drew Estate Undercrown Maduro, Jamesons Caskmates Stout cask & Top 25 Funniest Comedians along with our typical sophomoric behavior.   Follow @TheCigarDungeon  On twitter/Instagram/facebook   Follow @WarPigsSC On twitter/Instagram/facebook  Join the War Pigs Social Club closed facebook group and get your free club patch. Facebook link: WARPIGS S.C. CLOSE FACEBOOK GROUP

The Cigar Authority
The Cigar World's Dirtiest Cigar Secrets

The Cigar Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 119:34


The week on The Cigar Authority broadcasting live from the Toscano Sound Stage in Salem, New Hampshire… Do you want to know a secret? How about a whole bunch of secrets? How about the dirtiest secrets in the cigar industry! Buckle up this one is going to be a wild ride…. In the first hour we light up the Alec Bradley Project 40 Maduro from the care package while in the second hour we light up a cigar that is an exclusive for retailers that made it to the annual trade show, it's the Eiroa PCA Exlusive 2021. Join us for all of this and the usual suspects including the VS Question of the Week, Offer of the Day, Cigar News, The email of the week and a peek into the Asylum. The Cigar Authority is a member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live in front of a studio audience at Studio 21 Podcast Cafe upstairs at Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, NH. As always you can find many of the cigars we smoke at https://www.2guyscigars.com. Never miss an episode by subscribing to the show via Apple Podcasts and Podbean.

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #30: Viaje Black and White Connecticut - Audio

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 3:44


Coming in at #30 is the Viaje Black and White Connecticut. For over a decade, Viaje has released dozens of small batch production releases. Up until 2020, none of those releases featured a Connecticut Shade wrapper. That all changed in 2020 when Viaje released the Viaje Black and White series. The concept of Viaje Black and White is based on the Black and White Cookie. It consists of a Maduro blend and a Connecticut blend. Just like the Black and White Cookie, the argument is whether to eat the black (maduro) side or white (Connecticut Shade) side. In this case, it's the white side, the Viaje Black and White Connecticut that lands on the Countdown. Viaje often keeps it secret when it comes to the origins and tobaccos of the blend. The Viaje Black and White Connecticut is no exception. The only thing we know about the cigars is that they have a Connecticut Shade wrapper. The binder, fillers, and factory where this cigar was made have been kept secret. The cigar itself comes in one size – a 6 3/4 x 52 perfecto (the Maduro counterpart also comes in the same size).  The Viaje Black and White Connecticut delivers flavors of cream, natural tobacco, cedar, citrus, and pepper. These flavors are medium-bodied and countered by medium strength. The flavors delivered are classic in terms of a Connecticut Shade, yet there is enough boldness to put it right on the edge of being a more contemporary smoke. Viaje is no stranger to the Countdown. This marks the seventh year Viaje has landed on the Countdown. It also marks Viaje's first appearance on the Countdown since 2018. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria. References  Cigar Coop Report

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown (Coop's List): #30: Viaje Black and White Connecticut

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 3:44


Coming in at #30 is the Viaje Black and White Connecticut. For over a decade, Viaje has released dozens of small batch production releases. Up until 2020, none of those releases featured a Connecticut Shade wrapper. That all changed in 2020 when Viaje released the Viaje Black and White series. The concept of Viaje Black and White is based on the Black and White Cookie. It consists of a Maduro blend and a Connecticut blend. Just like the Black and White Cookie, the argument is whether to eat the black (maduro) side or white (Connecticut Shade) side. In this case, it's the white side, the Viaje Black and White Connecticut that lands on the Countdown. Viaje often keeps it secret when it comes to the origins and tobaccos of the blend. The Viaje Black and White Connecticut is no exception. The only thing we know about the cigars is that they have a Connecticut Shade wrapper. The binder, fillers, and factory where this cigar was made have been kept secret. The cigar itself comes in one size – a 6 3/4 x 52 perfecto (the Maduro counterpart also comes in the same size).  The Viaje Black and White Connecticut delivers flavors of cream, natural tobacco, cedar, citrus, and pepper. These flavors are medium-bodied and countered by medium strength. The flavors delivered are classic in terms of a Connecticut Shade, yet there is enough boldness to put it right on the edge of being a more contemporary smoke. Viaje is no stranger to the Countdown. This marks the seventh year Viaje has landed on the Countdown. It also marks Viaje's first appearance on the Countdown since 2018. For details of the 2021 Cigar of the Year Countdown, see our 2021 criteria. References  Cigar Coop Report

Venezuela en Crisis - RadioTelevisionMarti.com
Venezuela Hoy | viernes, 10 de diciembre del 2021 - diciembre 10, 2021

Venezuela en Crisis - RadioTelevisionMarti.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 28:10


Es un programa conducido por el periodista venezolano Alejandro Marcano Santelli [@AleMarcanoS] en el que se debaten las políticas actuales en Venezuela. Un espacio donde se respeta la libertad de expresión de los panelistas y estructurado para que el televidente llegue a su propia conclusión. Hoy: EEUU apuntala su respaldo a Juan Guaidó, [@jguaido] como presidente encargado de Venezuela al invitarlo a la Cumbre #Virtual sobre la #democracia. Invitados: El ingeniero Marcelo Monnot, ex sec. Nacional Movimiento Ecológico Venezuela, [@marcelomonnot]; Orlando Avendaño [@OrlvndoA], periodista y Emmanuel Rincón [@EmmaRincon], periodista.

Nocturna RCN
Ex alcalde Antonio Ledezma: "en Venezuela sí existe una falsa oposición"

Nocturna RCN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 26:44


El ex alcalde de Caracas (Vzla), Antonio Ledezma, presentó en Nocturna RCN su más reciente libro. Aseguró que la democracia en Colombia está en juego y que la oposición venezolana es falsa.

La ContraCrónica
Venezuela, la oposición en horas bajas

La ContraCrónica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 41:12


La oposición venezolana no atraviesa su mejor momento. A finales de noviembre el régimen chavista suspendió las elecciones del Estado Barinas cuando, durante el recuento, parecía que los opositores se iban a hacer con el Gobierno regional. Barinas no es un Estado cualquiera. Allí nació Hugo Chávez y quien se presentaba a las elecciones era Argenis, su hermano pequeño. La familia Chávez gobierna allí desde hace dos décadas y era seguro que esta vez el poder pasaría a Freddy Superlano, el candidato opositor. El Tribunal Supremo sirviéndose de una artimaña jurídica paralizó el recuento, inhabilitó al candidato opositor e invalidó las elecciones, poco después hizo borrón y cuenta nueva y ordenó que se repitiesen dentro de un mes, el día 9 de enero. La oposición, eso sí, necesitará un nuevo candidato. En Caracas, entretanto, los opositores han vuelto a las manos. Julio Borges, ministro de exteriores de la presidencia interina y coordinador del partido Primero Justicia anunció desde Bogotá que renunciaba a su cargo al tiempo que pedía la disolución del Gobierno de Juan Guaidó, apoyado por Estados Unidos y la Unión Europea desde que, hace casi dos años, surgiese de manera imprevista tras un cabildo abierto. El Gobierno paralelo de Guaidó está formado por cuatro partidos opositores: Primero Justicia, Acción Democrática, Un Nuevo Tiempo y Voluntad Popular. Guaidó pertenece a este último, un partido liderado por Leopoldo López, que se encuentra exiliado en España. Borges cree que el interinato de Guaidó debe desaparecer cuanto antes. A su juicio, su Gobierno se ha burocratizado y ya no responde a lo que los venezolanos esperan. La oposición para Borges debe hacerse desde el interior de Venezuela y no desde el exilio como se ha hecho mayoritariamente hasta la fecha. Por si eso fuera poco, el embajador de Guaidó en Colombia ha acusado a Leopoldo López de corrupto y de aprovecharse de los activos de Venezuela en el exterior, activos a los que no puede llegar el régimen a causa de las sanciones internacionales. Otra popular dirigente opositora, María Corina Machado, una de las principales detractoras del régimen de Maduro, se ha convertido en una acerada crítica de la figura de Juan Guaidó. Para Machado la oposición debe renovarse y elegir nuevos líderes para un nuevo tiempo. Las cosas, como vemos, no marchan bien para la oposición. El régimen ha conseguido sobrevivir a la crisis de los últimos cinco años y está poco a poco consolidando una nueva institucionalidad revolucionaria, tanto o más despótica que la anterior, pero el agotamiento de los opositores es visible. Poco pueden hacer dentro porque no les dejan y nada fuera porque la energía se les está acabando. En La ContraRéplica: - Superbigote - Pasaporte covid >>> “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (30 de noviembre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 85:15


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con Iván Briscoe, director del programa para América Latina y el Caribe de International Crisis Group, sobre la situación política y social en Haití: “Desde el asesinato del presidente Moïse en julio, seguido por el terremoto el mes después, se ha generado una crisis política que no se resuelve”, dijo. “El modelo de consenso de Ariel Henry no es el modelo de consenso del gusto de todos… En Haití hay agrupaciones de la sociedad civil que quieren una transición de dos años y que después haya nuevas elecciones”, agregó. Con el periodista especialista en procesos electorales, Eugenio Martínez, conversamos sobre la inhabilitación por parte del TSJ de Freddy Superlano: “El TSJ avanza desconociendo el indulto de Maduro y los acuerdos a los que llegó la delegación encabezada por Jorge Rodríguez en México”, contó. “Aquí pareciera que el verdadero control sobre el TSJ y sobre lo que se acuerda en México lo tiene la dupla de Diosdado Cabello y Francisco Ameliach”, comentó el periodista. Mireya Wessolossky, médico especialista en Enfermedades Infecciosas, nos habló sobre la variante ómicron: “De acuerdo a las informaciones preliminares, esta variante es muy contagiosa y además está infectando más a los niños que a los adultos. Sin embargo, se espera que llegue más información”, explicó, y aseguró: “La mejor arma contra el virus es vacunarse y además aplicarse el booster o refuerzo”. Desde Washington nos atendió Gerardo Berthin, vicepresidente de programas internacionales de Freedom House, para conversar acerca de las elecciones generales en Honduras: “Estamos paralizados en el 51% del escrutinio. La ventaja son casi 20 puntos… En un contexto más certero, definitivamente se diría que Xiomara Castro es la ganadora”, comentó. Berthin destacó: “Castro tiene un desafío enorme. Le toca resolver una gran cantidad de problemas que han ido acumulándose”. También nos atendió Sofía Diamante, periodista especializada en economía del diario La Nación, para hablarnos sobre los altos niveles de inflación en Argentina: “Estamos teniendo un aproximado de 3,5% de inflación mensual, que es la inflación anual de países como EE.UU… Para el próximo año se espera que también haya un fuerte aumento del gasto, y por eso las proyecciones indican que la inflación se mantendrá por encima del 50%”, expuso. Y para cerrar, el periodista especializado en tecnología y marketing digital, Ricardo Miranda, nos habló sobre la renuncia del consejero delegado de Twitter, Jack Dorsey: “A Dorsey se le conoce como una persona ausente por sus prácticas personales. Se ha caracterizado por irse de retiros espirituales y de meditación”, comentó, e indicó que no se han dado mayores detalles sobre su retiro.

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (24 de noviembre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 87:49


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con el economista José Gonzáles, sobre la reducción de las Reservas Estratégicas de Petróleo de EE.UU: “Esta es una medida extraordinaria no sólo por el monto de barriles, sino por la coordinación global”, dijo. “Los precios podrían empezar a bajar en los próximos 30-60 días en EE.UU, pero mientras tanto deberían mantenerse estables”, añadió. El PhD en Ciencias Políticas por la Universidad de Notre Dame y profesor jubilado de la UCV, Ángel Álvarez, nos habló sobre el informe preliminar de las elecciones de alcaldes y gobernadores en Venezuela: “Los opositores que ganaron las gobernaciones no son justamente fuerzas políticas emergentes que hayan surgido recientemente, sino políticos tradicionales”, dijo. “Estas elecciones mostraron un debilitamiento importante del PSUV, pero particularmente de Maduro y su gobierno”, agregó Álvarez. Desde Ámsterdam nos atendió Stefan de Vries, corresponsal internacional en para Amsterdam y París, para conversar sobre las protestas anti restricciones por el Covid-19 en Países Bajos: “Los manifestantes estaban furiosos porque los bares y restaurantes se cierran a las 8pm, debido a las medidas restrictivas del Covid-19… El problema real era que la policía no estaba preparada para lo que se le vino encima”, explicó y comentó: “Se espera una rueda de prensa del gobierno este viernes, donde seguramente va a reforzar las medidas contra el Covid-19”. El analista internacional Fausto Pretelin Muñoz de Cote, nos habló sobre la construcción del Aeropuerto Santa Lucía en México: “López Obrador decidió comenzar a construir este nuevo aeropuerto junto a una base militar… Se han conseguido algunos contratos irregulares relacionados a su construcción””, explicó. Rocío San Miguel, presidenta de Control Ciudadano para la Seguridad, la Defensa y la Fuerza Armada Nacional, nos habló sobre la transferencia de armas y petróleo de Irán a Venezuela: “Hay que vigilar lo que ocurre en términos de participación de actores internacionales en la crisis venezolana… La causa de Venezuela alimenta intereses geopolíticos mundiales”, comentó, y aseguró: “Sí hay cooperación militar entre Venezuela e Irán”. Y para cerrar, el periodista de Tele 13, José́ Alejandro Aristimuño, nos habló sobre el proyecto de ley que permitiría legalizar el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo en Chile: “Falta ahora que este proyecto sea discutido y aprobado por el Senado para poder convertirse en ley… El presidente Sebastián Piñera presentó con suma urgencia este proyecto, a pesar de que anteriormente él se había opuesto al matrimonio igualitario”, expuso.

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist
*第五季*【EP. 264】#668 經濟學人導讀 feat. 國際時事 feat. 新聞評論【歐洲新冠疫情 > 2022年也砸了?;委內瑞拉 (終於) 辦選舉;哈馬斯 (Hamas) vs. 以色列;歐盟高峰會 feat. 白俄羅斯】

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 26:42


Bestiario Politico
Bestiario Político 39. Vol 4. Venezuela después del 21N: ¿Y ahora qué?

Bestiario Politico

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 59:03


Hicimos un live en Instagram, para un análisis "postelectoral" del 21N. Más allá de los números y resultados, intentamos explicarnos qué es lo que podría venir en la Venezuela política de 2022... ¿y ahora qué?

El Show De Chiquibaby
Show Especial de Accion de Gracias, Mama de Christian Nodal da Gracias, Reflexion Del Dia, Pablo Montero canta a Maduro en Venezuela!!!

El Show De Chiquibaby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 61:35


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The Critical Hour
EU Energy Crisis deepens; Biden Slammed for Re-nominating Jerome Powell

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 115:35


Alexander Mercouris, editor in chief at theduran.com and host of "The Duran" on YouTube, joins us to discuss the EU. The White House is working to set up a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin as the crisis in their client state, Ukraine, deepens. Also, the US is facing a disastrous winter as their policy of buying energy on the spot market has imploded. We dissect their reasoning for blaming Russia.Dr. Linwood Tauheed, associate professor of economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, joins us to discuss economics. President Biden is slammed by many economic observers for re-nominating Fed Chair Jerome Powell. Also, Supply chain issues are worsening as the holidays approach and the cost of shipping containers skyrockets. K.J. Noh, peace activist, writer, and teacher, joins us to discuss China. President Biden's pledges that he would respect China's red lines regarding Taiwan are betrayed by the US holding "economic prosperity" talks with the Island's leadership. China considers this move to be another example of its assertion that the US is "playing with fire" regarding the red lines that it has set forth.Nick Davies, peace activist and author of "Blood on Our Hands: The American Invasion of Iraq," joins us to discuss the NATO-driven crisis on the Ukrainian border. Medea Benjamin and Nicholas Davies have penned an article in which they outline the dangerously high stakes game that the US and NATO are playing on the Russian border. Dan Lazare, author, investigative journalist and author of "America's Undeclared War," joins us to discuss the Middle East. The US has allegedly warned Israel about the danger of their "clandestine" attacks on Iran but the Israelis are ignoring their warnings. Is the Israeli government trying to start a disastrous war? Also, Yemen is getting closer to taking the important Marib region and analysts are arguing that it may usher in an end to the conflict.Gerald Horne, professor of history at the University of Houston, author, historian, and researcher, joins us to discuss Africa. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is touring, and many argue destabilizing, Africa. Blinken is warning African nations not to invest in China even though the Asian giant is America's largest creditor.Leo Flores, Latin America coordinator for Code Pink, joins us to discuss the Global South. We examine the recent elections in Venezuela and why president Maduro's party has again won a decisive victory. Also, Nicaragua, weary of US regime change efforts, has decided to exit the OAS.Niko House, political activist, independent journalist and podcaster, joins us to discuss the New York Times push for neoliberalism. A recent New York Times article pushes for the Democrat party to continue with the same neoliberal policies that are currently collapsing their support among working-class voters.

Tuesday Night Cigar Club
Episode 149 – Escape From Death Block 13, Farce Maduro cigar, Beers

Tuesday Night Cigar Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 181:10


Coming out of our “March To Halloween” horror movie marathon, there is no better palate cleanser than a brand spanking new Bronzi movie. And when you mix in some strong beers and a highly enjoyable cigar… well it truly doesn't get any better than that. So click the links at the bottom of the page and JOIN THE PARTY you scum sucking punks! Viva la Bronzi!!! THE CIGAR – FARCE MADURO by ROOM 101 Size: 6 x 52 (toro) Wrapper: Mexican San Andrés Binder: Ecuadorian Sumatra Filler: Pennsylvania & Connecticut Broadleaf, Nicaraguan Price: $10.80 (And please remember when purchasing some fine Room 101 cigars or other fine premium stogies from FamousSmokeShop.com to use your new favorite promo code TNCC20 at […] The post Episode 149 – Escape From Death Block 13, Farce Maduro cigar, Beers appeared first on Tuesday Night Cigar Club.

Moderate Rebels
Venezuela's socialists win elections in landslide - so US tries to discredit them

Moderate Rebels

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 78:55


The United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) won the November 21 mega-elections in a landslide, getting more votes in 20 of 23 states and the capital Caracas. So the US government responded by trying to discredit the vote. Venezuelan journalist Diego Sequera speaks about the elections, the historic victory of the ruling party of President Nicolás Maduro, and Washington's attempt to de-legitimize the process. VIDEO: youtube.com/watch?v=p5ZrAMexvk8 Follow Diego on Twitter at twitter.com/QueraElse

Cinco continentes
Cinco continentes - Guaidó no reconoce las elecciones y pide unidad a la oposición: "Ninguna aspiración personal está por encima de Venezuela"

Cinco continentes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 33:04


El presidente de la Asamblea Nacional de Venezuela electa en 2015, Juan Guaidó, defiende en una entrevista en RTVE, su estrategia de no presentarse a las elecciones locales y regionales del pasado domingo. Unos comicios que insiste en no reconocer. “No podemos darle ningún tipo de legitimidad a la dictadura ni normalizar la crisis existente”. Guaidó reconoce que hay “diferencias naturales” en el seno de la oposición a Maduro, y que el gran reto es su reunificación. Para ello, pide que se dejen a un lado los personalismos. “Ninguna aspiración personal está por encima de Venezuela. Los liderazgos se ganan, la decisión de quién debe encabezar el proyecto debe ser de la gente”, subraya Guaidó. Escuchar audio

The Critical Hour
NATO War Games Near Russian Border; Maduro's Party Wins Big In Venezuela

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 117:25


Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss Eastern Europe. Tensions are mounting as NATO forces increase their provocations on the Russian border. Also, the Pentagon is asking Russia to explain the movements of troops on Russian soil, and fearful experts are calling for dialogue to avoid an accidental war with Russia.Wyatt Reed, Sputnik News analyst, joins us to discuss Venezuela. Opposition parties participated in the latest round of elections in Venezuela as President Maduro's popular ruling party appears headed for another sweeping victory. Also, Nicaragua is leaving the OAS due to countless instances of election interference and US-sponsored regime change attacks in the Global South.Dr. Linwood Tauheed, associate professor of economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, joins us to discuss unemployment. Bruce Bossardy has written an interesting article in which he argues that the metrics used to calculate employment statistics in the United States are flawed and intentionally misleading. He also posits that the issue of job quality is ignored, even though it is critical to understand the problems experienced by the working class.Max Rameau, Haitian-born political theorist, author and organizer with Pan-African Community Action, joins us to discuss Haiti. We discuss the resignation of the US envoy to Haiti, Daniel Foote. On its face, Foote's resignation and subsequent statements about US interference appear to be positive acts that move the impoverished nation closer to independence. However, our guest's deeper dive reveals a more sinister version of this seemingly positive event. Dr. Linwood Tauheed, associate professor of economics at the University of Missouri- Kansas City, joins us to discuss the Middle East. In his latest round of boisterous and aggressive speeches, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin continued with the debunked claim that Iran is seeking nuclear weapons and that the US will stop them at all costs. Indicating that military action is possible, Austin stated that “if Iran isn't willing to engage seriously, then we will look at all of the options necessary to keep the United States secure.”Marjorie Cohn, Professor Emerita of Law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, joins us to discuss the Ahmaud Arbery case. She has a new article in which she discusses the Arbery murder case in detail. Marjorie argues that the defendants are using arguments that hearken back to the legacy of slave patrols in pre-Civil War America.Jim Kavanagh, writer at thepolemicist.net and CounterPunch and author of "Danger in Society: Against Vaccine Passports,” joins us to discuss Julian Assange. The Grayzone has exposed new files that demonstrate the Australian government's knowledge and complicity in the persecution of Julian Assange. The files show that Canberra was aware of the CIA plot to kidnap and kill Assange. Caleb Maupin, journalist and political analyst, joins us to discuss censorship. Rainer Shea has written a brilliant article in which he argues that the US's supposed war against "foreign meddling and misinformation" is really a thinly veiled attempt to quell the inevitable uprisings by the ever-growing groups of marginalized people inside of its borders.

Marketplace All-in-One
Austria has returned to a full national COVID-19 lockdown, despite protests

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 7:52


From the BBC World Service: The World Health Organization’s director for Europe warned half a million more people might die this winter unless regional restrictions are tightened. But some European cities have seen a weekend of anti-lockdown protests. Plus, Australia is opening its border to more fully vaccinated travelers. And, the economic challenges for oil-rich Venezuela as President Maduro’s party sweeps to victory in regional elections.

Marketplace Morning Report
Austria has returned to a full national COVID-19 lockdown, despite protests

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 7:52


From the BBC World Service: The World Health Organization’s director for Europe warned half a million more people might die this winter unless regional restrictions are tightened. But some European cities have seen a weekend of anti-lockdown protests. Plus, Australia is opening its border to more fully vaccinated travelers. And, the economic challenges for oil-rich Venezuela as President Maduro’s party sweeps to victory in regional elections.

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (18 de noviembre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 82:35


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con Andrea Shalal, corresponsal de Reuters para la Casa Blanca, sobre la petición del presidente Biden para que se investigue si los precios de la gasolina están subiendo por una ‘conducta ilegal' de las compañías de petróleo y gas: “Si la Comisión descubre una conducta ilegal, esto tendría múltiples consecuencias… El presidente Biden ha solicitado a Rusia y a los países de la OPEP que aumenten la producción para así bajar los precios, pero esto no se ha logrado”, comentó. El periodista de Thomson Reuters, Luc Cohen, nos habló sobre el caso del profesor Bruce Bagley, acusado por lavado de dinero: “Bagley recibió transferencias de cuentas bancarias de Suiza y Emiratos Árabes que pertenecían a un individuo colombiano, el cual el mismo Bagley señaló que es Alex Saab… El profesor se declaró culpable el año pasado y ahora es que fue sentenciado a 6 meses”, explicó, y señaló: “Este caso demuestra que quizás Saab no era tan leal a Maduro como todos creían”. Ini Candela, periodista de política y judiciales en La Nación, conversó con nosotros sobre las investigaciones a la vicepresidenta Cristina Kirchner por presunto lavado de dinero: “Como este caso es por lavado de dinero y corrupción, no es tan fácil para la vicepresidenta que esta causa sea cerrada”, opinó. Candela destacó: “Todo indica que el juicio tarde o temprano se va a terminar haciendo, y no va a ser tan fácil para la vicepresidenta y sus hijos ser absueltos”. Desde Washington nos atendió el periodista de The Hill, Rafael Bernal, para hablarnos sobre el caso de Jacob Chansley: “El juez le dijo a Chansley que no podía darle menos del mínimo por la gravedad del ataque. Sin embargo, no es una sentencia tan larga”, comentó. “Esta investigación debe terminar antes de las próximas elecciones, donde es probable que retome la mayoría el Partido Republicano”, agregó el periodista. El artista cubano Yunior García Aguilera confirmó que está en España junto a su mujer. Sobre el tema, conversamos con Mario J. Penton, periodista especializado en temas cubanos en América TeVe: “Esto ha sido una decepción para muchos miembros de la plataforma Archipiélago, porque esta decisión de García Aguilera ni siquiera la consultó con sus colegas”, comentó. “Creo que este era el propósito del régimen cubano desde el inicio, y lo logró al sacar a García Aguilera del país”, agregó. Y para cerrar, el profesor asociado de Relaciones Internacionales de la universidad de La Salle, César Niño, nos habló sobre la crisis migratoria con Bielorrusia: “Tenemos uno de los episodios más críticos de los últimos 5 años en inmediaciones de la Europa continental… Los migrantes intentan pasar de Bielorrusia hacia Polonia, generando un gran desequilibrio de la política europea”, dijo.

El hilo
Alex Saab: un thriller político venezolano

El hilo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 26:48


Alex Saab es el protagonista de una historia que se ha convertido en un thriller político latinoamericano. En 2016, mientras Venezuela se hundía en la peor crisis de su historia, Saab hacía millones de dólares a costa de la miseria de los venezolanos. Hoy, este empresario cercano a Nicolás Maduro está a punto de enfrentar a la justicia estadounidense. Para entender quién es Alex Saab y por qué el gobierno chavista parece tener tanto miedo de que declare hablamos con Roberto Deniz, periodista de investigación de Armando.info que lleva años cubriendo este caso. Roberto también nos cuenta sobre el precio que ha tenido que pagar por exponer la corrupción detrás de los negocios de Saab con el chavismo. Suscríbete a nuestro boletín para recibir enlaces con información complementaria sobre los episodios de El hilo. Además incluimos otras noticias esenciales desde Latinoamérica. Lo recibirás todos los viernes en la mañana. Suscríbete aquí. El hilo es un proyecto de Radio Ambulante Estudios y Vice News. Producir el episodio de cada semana implica una investigación rigurosa y un trabajo constante con un equipo comprometido de 11 personas. Para seguir adelante necesitamos tu apoyo. Haz una donación hoy, tu contribución hará toda la diferencia. ¡Gracias!Síguenos en Twitter @elhilopodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The John Batchelor Show
1803: All the bad actors in one extradition. @MaryAnastasiaOG @WSJOpinion lth

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 11:15


Photo:  The nephews of President Nicolás Maduro, Efraín Antonio Campo Flores and Francisco Flores de Freitas, after their arrest by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration on 10 November 2015. All the bad actors in one extradition.  @MaryAnastasiaOG  @WSJOpinion lth https://www.wsj.com/articles/who-funds-violent-latin-american-politics-venezuela-maduro-11635104102 Crime in Venezuela is widespread, with violent crimes such as murder and kidnapping increasing annually. In 2014, the United Nations attributed crime to the poor political and economic environment in the country—which, at the time, had the second highest murder rate in the world.  Rates of crime rapidly began to increase during the presidency of Hugo Chávez due to the institutional instability of his Bolivarian government, underfunding of police resources, and severe inequality.  Chávez's government sought a cultural hegemony by promoting class conflict and social fragmentation, which in turn encouraged "criminal gangs to kill, kidnap, rob and extort".[6] Upon Chávez's death in 2013, Venezuela was ranked the most insecure nation in the world by Gallup