(00:00:00) intro (00:00:39) elon la pierde o no (00:15:31) Menú (00:17:28) comienza la era de los herederos (00:23:01) gay furry hackers (00:31:47) petroleros auspician conferencia ecológica (00:44:14) El Rey Carlos y su corbata griega (00:48:12) el google de Putin no fue a la Luna (00:52:16) to Kissinger or not to Kissinger (01:09:32) el Mea Culpa de Boric (01:14:33) George Santos amenaza con el ventilador (01:20:28) otro espía Indio amenazando americanos (01:24:00) Un rayo llegó del espacio vacío a la tierra (01:28:29) la izquierda se pone Quanon con Israel (01:35:55) hasta embarazadas tienen más trabajo (01:44:37) democracia e IA (01:49:45) IA salva vidas (01:51:51) paramount y apple juntas (01:54:49) Holanda anti islam (01:57:26) Paraguay y el país ficticio (02:00:29) Bukele va de nuevo (02:03:24) el valor de lo auténtico Los hackers con sentido del humor y de dolor que le infringen a los gobiernos del mundo https://www.them.us/story/gay-furry-hackers-breached-nuclear-lab-catgirl-research-demand Una estadística social que no se si es esperanzadora, el número de mil millonarios que heredaron ha sobrepasado el de los que se hicieron a sí mismos https://edition.cnn.com/2023/11/30/business/ubs-billionaires-report/index.html Elon Musk manda a lavarse el paltó a los anunciantes y ni te digo a Disney https://twitter.com/esjesjesj/status/1730014086593757572?t=VfsicMdEReJxT9jMPWLivg&s=03 Las mil maneras de no llevar a cabo una CONFERENCIA SOBRE CAMBIO CLIMATICO https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-67513901 https://twitter.com/CollinRugg/status/1730999386535268443?t=q_24fE4YEV-2JN1D_04ZPw&s=03 https://abcnews.go.com/International/matters-cop28-climate-conference-held-dubai/story?id=105238978 Una Inteligencia Artificial rusa le dice a Putin que los gringos no llegaron a la LUNA https://thespacecoastrocket.com/googles-ai-technology-analysis-suggests-apollo-11-moon-landing-photos-are-fabricated/ Por fin quién diablos era este señor Kissinger https://www.economist.com/leaders/2023/11/30/what-does-henry-kissingers-diplomacy-have-to-teach-the-world https://theconversation.com/a-tortured-and-deadly-legacy-kissinger-and-realpolitik-in-us-foreign-policy-192977?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email Y mientras tanto el rey Carlos resuelve todo con una corbata https://www.reuters.com/world/king-charles-raises-eyebrows-with-his-tie-choice-amid-uk-greece-dispute-2023-12-01/ El diputado que no se iría calladamente hacia el ocaso https://apnews.com/article/george-santos-expulsion-vote-ethics-investigation-fd0f1524065883c6b2fe3e6f9afd84db https://thehill.com/homenews/house/4338930-santos-threatens-former-colleagues-with-ethics-complaints/ Ya no es en Canadá, ahora también en USA hay un agente del gobierno Indio acusado de intentar asesinar a un activista Sikh https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/justice-department-announces-charges-connection-foiled-plot-assassinate-us-citizen-new-york un rayo cósmico ha llegado a la tierra y no es el próximo concierto de taylor swift https://www.theguardian.com/science/2023/nov/24/amaterasu-extremely-high-energy-particle-detected-falling-to-earth Cuando la izquierda se ponen QUanon https://www.calmdownben.com/p/the-anti-israeli-left-is-turning?s=03 Madre y con hijos? Tenemos buenas noticias para tí estas menos desempleada https://budgetmodel.wharton.upenn.edu/issues/2023/11/27/explaining-prime-age-womens-employment Cómo no entrenar atu Inteligencia Artificial para acabar con la Democracia https://www.journalofdemocracy.org/ai-and-catastrophic-risk/ Pero también las IA siguen mejorando la cardiología. https://academic.oup.com/ehjdh/advance-article/doi/10.1093/ehjdh/ztad074/7453297?login=false&s=03 Apple y Paramount hablando de unirse o sea Star Trek y Star Wars pagando un solo servicio, el sueño de un comicon https://www.cnbc.com/2023/12/01/apple-paramount-streaming-bundle-report-boosts-media-stocks.html The economist quiere que creas que en el fondo si eres obrero estás mejor https://www.economist.com/leaders/2023/11/30/a-new-age-of-the-worker-will-overturn-conventional-thinking Qué pasa cuando ganas pero nadie quiere armar gobierno contigo ? preguntenselo a este Holandés anti musulman https://www.economist.com/europe/2023/11/30/geert-wilders-struggles-towards-power-in-the-netherlands Paraguay inventa un país para inventar un convenio https://www.elpais.com.uy/mundo/paraguay-destituyo-a-un-funcionario-tras-la-difusion-de-un-acuerdo-con-kailasa-un-pais-inexistente Comienza la campaña más redundante de la historia, la de bukele por reelección https://www.swissinfo.ch/spa/el-salvador-elecciones_la-pol%C3%A9mica-licencia-a-bukele-para-que-busque-su-reelecci%C3%B3n-entra-en-vigor-en-el-salvador/49024380 Boric se lanza un mea culpa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8znbVNBorg&ab_channel=BioBio En el extra, la palabra del año según el diccionario WEBSTER es autentico https://www.merriam-webster.com/wordplay/word-of-the-year
Mea Culpa welcomes Olivia Troye to our show. Troye who considers herself a McCain Republican, is a national security official who has worked on homeland security issues at the National Counterterrorism Center, the US Department of Energy, The Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, and the DHS. She also worked for former Vice President, Mike Pence. While serving on the Corona Virus Task Force she famously parted ways with Pence over the administration's response to the pandemic. Troye is here to share her unique perspective on Capitol Hill.
Nicolás Vergara, Consuelo Saavedra y Matías del Río analizaron los dichos del presidente de la UDI contra el mandatario y las declaraciones del ministro del Minvu respecto del Caso Convenios. Además, conversaron con Manuel Marfán, ex ministro de Hacienda de Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, se refirió a las discusión de la reforma tributaria.
En columnistas de Mesa Central, Iván Valenzuela y Kike Mujica, conversaron con Isabel Plá y Alfredo Joignant, sobre el mea culpa que realizó el Presidente Gabriel Boric frente al rol obstruccionista que generó su bloque en seguridad, durante el mandato de Sebastián Piñera.
Anyway, welcome to this special holiday episode of Mea Culpa. We're going to get right to the main event… because our conversation is with one of the most articulate and effective Democratic statesmen working on Capitol Hill today, Democratic Congressman Jamie Raskin. Raskin has been serving as the U.S. representative for Maryland's 8th congressional district since 2017. He also served in the Maryland State Senate from 2007 to 2016. Raskin is known as a great champion of civil rights and is proud of his left-of-center voting records saying, his “ambition is not to be in the political center, it is to be in the moral center.” To that end, Raskin was a Manager during Trump's second Impeachment trial. He was also appointed to the House Special Select Committee on the January 6th attacks, after which he famously said in his closing statements, quote, “In a world of resurgent authoritarianism, racism, and antisemitism, let's all hang tough for American democracy.” …I'm with Jamie. And today we will discuss everything from the fallout from the War in Gaza to the current state of Congress.
On this week's episode, we talk about Joe's scorching hot take, the Texas Death Match, recap AEW Full Gear, preview Survivor Series: Wargames, and our first ever online wrestling wager. Cheers and thanks for letting us penetrate your ears.
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HOUR 1 - Seth and Sean discuss the Bengals loss last night, if Sunday's game against Arizona is a trap game for the Texans, react to Bobby Slowik taking some of the heat for Stroud's INT last week, and go through the day's Headlines.
A brand-new episode of Mea Culpa Radio brought to you by MC frontman Mike Scot - broadcasted every last Saturday of the month between 3 and 4 at night on Slam! This time it's a special one, because it's a live recording from Mike Scot's set at our ADE Showcase at Madam!
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Mea Culpa welcomes back our good friend Elie Honig, acclaimed author of the National Bestsellers “Untouchable, How Powerful People Get Away With It”. And “Hatchet Man: How Bill Barr broke the prosecutor's code and corrupted the Justice Department”. You might also know Honig from his popular podcasts, “Up Against the Mob” and “Cafe Brief”. Honig is a CNN Senior Legal Analyst and a former federal and state prosecutor, here to talk to us today about the Trump trials and more.
Bienvenue à l'épisode #314 de Coram Deo présenté en partenariat avec Publications Chrétiennes qui vous vous offre gratuitement mon livre Solas, la quintessence de la foi chrétienne: https://publicationschretiennes.com/products/solas-la-quintessence-de-la-foi-chretienne-ebook?_pos=2&_sid=3d7ada3b8&_ss=r Il suffit d'ajouter au panier et d'entrer le code de réduction SOLAS avant de payer et vous pourrez télécharger gratuitement le livre. ➡️ DESCRIPTION: Suite à l'épisode récent avec Maxime Georgel, nous avons reçu énormément de retour négatif, en particulier depuis que le frère Paul-Adrien a publié une vidéo dans laquelle il exprime plusieurs reproches à notre endroit. Nous avons décidé d'offrir une réponse amicale, à la fois pour apaiser les tensions, mais aussi pour rectifier certains malentendus. Nous reviendrons sur les trois principaux reproches qui ont été fait envers Maxime: - Livre gratuit (05:46) - 1. La rediffusion du débat (07:20) - 2. Le fait de n'avoir pas prié le Notre Père (10:33) - 3. L'usage "fallacieux" des pères de l'Église (15:13) - Demande au frère Paul-Adrien (57:25) - Hors-propos: les prochaines apparitions de Maxime sur YouTube (01:00:47) - Bêtisier (01:05:41)
My guest today is Daniel Ralph Mfaya, also known as Dani. Dani is an extraordinary dancer, model and creative director. Dani grew up in France & currently resides in the United States, but is traveling the world as a dancer on the Sam Smith Gloria Tour. Because my daughter, Julia is the bass player in Sam's band, I've had the pleasure and honor of meeting Dani, the other dancers, background vocalists and band members. Dani is a seasoned dancer, having performed and choreographed with Beyoncé, danced with Sidi Larbi's Belgium Dance Company & Royal Ballet of Flanders. Dani shared the video of an extraordinary dance called Mea Culpa that moved me to tears and gave me a sacred window into Dani's heart and soul. We recorded this conversation at the end of September when the Sam Smith tour had a break between the North American tour and the Asian tour. By now the tour is in Australia, where I will see, in person, my daughter, Dani and all the other performers for their last shows of 2023. Check out the links below to follow Dani and the incredible artistry he embodies. Enjoy the podcast! Links: Facebook Instagram IG: Sidi Larbi
Mea Culpa welcomes our friend Harry Dunn. Harry has been a member of the Capitol Police since 2008 and is one of the heroes forged by the January 6th insurrection. He's since won the Presidential Citizen's Medal, The Congressional Gold Medal, and the Capitol Police Service Award. And now he's written a fantastic new book, “Standing My Ground, A Capitol Police Officer's Fight for Accountability and Good Trouble after January 6th”.
Judge Chutkan reinstates her gag order against Donald Trump, Judge Engoron sets dates for Trump and his adult kids to take the stand in the NY fraud trial, the disqualification case in Colorado begins, Trump has a series of bizarre cognitive lapses, the Republicans' new scheme to hold up foreign aid, a big win for UAW and more! Ben, Brett and Jordy break it all down on the MeidasTouch Podcast! Watch the Meidas More after show on Patreon: https://patreon.com/meidastouch Add the new Mea Culpa podcast here: https://linktr.ee/meaculpapod DEALS FROM OUR SPONSORS: Henry Meds: Get our exclusive offer at HenryMeds.com/meidas NutriSense: Go to nutrisense.com/meidas to save $30 off your first month plus get a month of board certified nutritionist support Quip: Get 20% off any electric toothbrush, mint and gum dispenser, and water flosser at getquip.com/meidas Remember to subscribe to ALL the MeidasTouch Network Podcasts: MeidasTouch: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/meidastouch-podcast Legal AF: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/legal-af The PoliticsGirl Podcast: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/the-politicsgirl-podcast The Influence Continuum: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/the-influence-continuum-with-dr-steven-hassan Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/mea-culpa-with-michael-cohen The Weekend Show: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/the-weekend-show Burn the Boats: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/burn-the-boats Majority 54: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/majority-54 Political Beatdown: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/political-beatdown Lights On with Jessica Denson: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/lights-on-with-jessica-denson On Democracy with FP Wellman: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/on-democracy-with-fpwellman Uncovered: https://www.meidastouch.com/tag/maga-uncovered Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) and Chappell (@chappells_show) are recapping one episode of SUITS every day until they complete the series. In this podcast, Rob and Chappell recap the Season 5 Episode 8 of Suits. Be sure to go to http://suitspodcast.com to subscribe to the Suits Yourself podcast feed on the platform of your choice! Send your feedback to: http://suitspodcast.com/feedback Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this podcast, Rob and Chappell recap Season 5 Episode 8 of Suits.
Michael Cohen, the former attorney and personal fixer for Donald J. Trump, once vowed to take a bullet for the President. But that was before the country was brought to its knees by the President's own lies and personal madness. While imprisoned in his home, his life, reputation, and livelihood destroyed, Cohen is on a mission to right the wrongs he perpetuated on behalf of his boss. Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen, is a raw and unfiltered shining a light into the dark corners of our current American Apocalypse. Tune in weekly for a candid conversation with the New York Times best-selling author and self-proclaimed “gangster lawyer,” as he sets to dismantle the Trump legacy and finds the truth and nothing but the truth.
Welcome To The Neighborhood - The Ordination of Fred Rogers - with Guest David Dault This week is literally a Master's Class of a Podcast as I welcome back guest David Dault as we talk about the Ordination of Fred Rogers. Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood. Theme Music featured on this podcast is Stay by Rick Lee James Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on Twitter and Instagram. Your host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com. Podcasts From Rick Lee James & Voices In My Head Productions This Podcast Is Hosted by Rick Lee JamesMister Rogers Quotes on Twitter: @MisterRogersSayRick Lee James on Twitter: @RickLeeJamesRick Lee James Web Site: www.RickLeeJames.com ----more---- Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
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From 2005- Michael Finkel talks about his riveting book "True Story: Murder, Memoir, and Mea Culpa." Finkel's was fired from New York Times Magazine in a very public and embarrassing professional reversal - and shortly thereafter, his identification was stolen by a fugitive wanted for murder. It's an incredible story that became a major motion picture of the same name in 2015.
Caleb and Isaac return to the bar for the third entry in their unofficial Speakeasy Mega-Special! An auspicious series, considering it wasn't mentioned on here. But eagle eyed listeners might have noticed that Bonus #92, #93, and this entry here were all recorded one in giant recording. And to bring the special to an end, we return for your hosts favorite type of episode, a Mea Culpa episode! They begin mentioning some of their mistakes in their podcasting history, but to keep things from being all doom and gloom, they also discuss some recent films they've watched. Such as Tetris, The original Rollerball, and several more. All in all, it's just another fun day with your pals behind the mics. This episode was recorded on May 13th, 2023. Email the show at email@example.com or reach out to us on twitter @CalebAlexader
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Hello, everyone! On today's show: the Beckham documentary has been released and we have oh so many thoughts, it appears that Gigi Hadid and Bradley Cooper are Hollywood's newest couple, Emma Chamberlain is single, all of social media is theorising that Andy Cohen and John Mayer are more than friends, Olivia Wilde's Instagram activity is under the microscope, and then finally: why did TikTok's It Girl Matilda Djerf deactivate her account this week? Ahead of the referendum this weekend, Zara recommended watching Briggs's video ‘Far Enough - Vote Yes'. She also recommended ‘Sold Out? Gab Waller Can Help' in Vanity Fair. Mich recommended Quarterback on Netflix. This episode was audio produced by Annabelle Lee. Big thanks to Dan's Daily for making this episode possible. Head to dansdaily.com.au now to uncover the next big thing in drinks today. Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘follow' on Apple and Spotify. (Bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too!) Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else. Click here to subscribe to ShameMore: http://apple.co/shamelesspod Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLT Join our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/ Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/ Write to the Shameless Mailbag: Email firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.
Tim sits down with former editor-in-chief of "Salon" Joan Walsh. Previously on opposite sides of political discourse, the two political pundits discuss how politics really is a horseshoe, with the radicals at both ends of the spectrum having a lot more in common than they think. Plus, Joan talks about her new book, "Corporate Bullsh*t: Exposing the Lies and Half-Truths That Protect Profit, Power, and Wealth in America," which leads to some fun, respectful debate with Tim. Buy Joan's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Corporate-Bullsh-Exposing-Half-Truths-Protect/dp/1620977516/ref=sr_1_1?crid=194VN2D6HJJDE&keywords=joan+walsh&qid=1696618530&sprefix=joan+walsh%2Caps%2C67&sr=8-1 Watch Tim interview Joan on The Bulwark's official YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/nudGe94xjYU
Sie hat es geschafft! In den zdf Fernsehgarten! Und auf den Leipziger Opernball. Lilli, you did it! Was sie dort erlebt hat, das verrät sie uns heute. Und Chris? Der sagt uns knallhart: Trash ist auch nicht mehr Trash! Na der muss es ja wissen… MEA CULPA, kleiner Schenkelklopfer… Lilli: https://www.instagram.com/lilli Chris: https://www.instagram.com/chrizz_chrozz
Mea Culpa welcomes Frank Figliuzzi to help us figure out the legal ramifications of everything going on in Washington DC. Figliuzzi is a national security contributor and regular columnist for NBC News and MSNBC. At one time, Figliuzzi was the assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, where he served for 25 years as a special agent and directed all espionage investigations across the entire government. He is also the author of the national bestseller “The FBI Way: Inside the Bureau's Code of Excellence.” Make sure to check out his excellent new show on YouTube “Frankly Speaking,” where he sheds light on the work done by the FBI illuminating why that work is so critical to the health of our nation and our national security.
Scan a handful of newspaper headlines and you might thing the world is worse off than it's ever been. Now look at a chart of the stock market over the last 9 months and you'll have a different takeaway. On this week's episode Tom admits to being “public” and wrong about what the market truly reflects. Also, in light of the strikes in the auto industry, is the private sector actually more efficient than government?
Mea Culpa welcomes Scott Dworkin founder and lead investigator of the Democratic Coalition and host of the Dworkin Report Podcast. His 2016 Dworkin Report helped uncover the Trump-Russia affair well before Special Counsel Mueller's probe began. He served as a deputy director for both the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee and 2012 Democratic National Convention and was a senior advisor on both the Draft Biden and Run Warren Run campaigns. He has worked on campaigns and with organizations in all 50 states and was named to the Campaigns & Elections magazine's 2011 class of Rising Stars. Find him at DworkinReport.com, scottdworkin.org, and on Twitter @funder. He joins us today on Mea Culpa to discuss the rapidly approving Georgia Racketeering and all things indictment.
Mea Culpa welcomes back progressive activist and Twitter phenom Brooklyn Dad Defiant. Ever since January 6th, BDD has used his platform which reaches 1.2 million followers to push back on the MAGA agenda as well as the poisonous rhetoric they spread across social media. Brooklyn Dad Defiant joins us today to discuss the rapidly approaching Georgia RICO trials for some of the 18 conspirators as Trump finds himself deeper in the proverbial shit.
Holy schnikes! After a fireworks filled Saturday night, Mike, Gary, and Aaron sit down and talk about the renaissance of ODU's offense, opportunities on defense, this week's difficult game versus Wake Forest, and so much more.Please visit our new website. We have lots of awesome original Monarchists content for everyone to enjoy at www.odumonarchists.comPlease subscribe to our podcast on your favorite podcast app. We appreciate your five star ratings and reviews. It helps folks find the podcast and helps us to provide the quality and quantity of content you've come to know.Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-monarchists/id1616188342Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/14JrUX1CSr1MPW1I9xsr2f?si=6faa2e49e4104df5Twitter: https://twitter.com/ODUMonarchistsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/odumonarchists/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ODUMonarchists/For more information on how to donate to Old Dominion Athletics please visit https://www.olddominionaf.com/
Mea Culpa welcomes back our old friend Harry Litman, the former US Attorney and Deputy Assistant Attorney General. Litman is currently the legal affairs columnist for the Los Angeles Times and a professor of Constitutional Law at UCLA and UCSD. Harry can be seen as a legal and political commentator on CBS, NPR MSNBC, and CNN. Litman is also the creator and host of the Talking Feds Podcast. Check out their latest show featuring a who's who of prosecutorial muscle and special guests like former Senator Al Franken. Also, make sure to check out their new YouTube channel. They may have a face for radio but its content you won't want to miss. New episodes are posted daily and he features the greatest legal minds and tough as nails former prosecutors breaking down the legal news and all things Trump indictment. But today Harry is here to give us the rundown on what's happening in Georgia and discuss just what was on Evan Corcoran's phone and how it will damage Donald Trump. So let's go now to that conversation.
Mea Culpa welcomes Grant Stern to the show. Stern is the Executive Editor of Occupy Democrats AND publishes the must-read, STERN FACTS newsletter on Substack. He's also a mortgage broker, community activist and radio personality in Miami, Florida, as well as the producer of the Dworkin Report podcast. Grant is also an occasional contributor to Raw Story, Alternet, and the DC Report, and an unpaid senior advisor to the Democratic Coalition and a Director of Sunshine Agenda Inc. a government transparency nonprofit organization. He joins me today on Mea Culpa to discuss his latest bombshell report on fake electors and discuss the impact of the Enrique Tario sentencing plus much, much more.
Mea Culpa welcomes Lev Parnas from the wilds of Boca Raton, Florida. Lev is a Soviet-born businessman who along with Rudy Giuliani and Igor Fruman played a central role in the campaign to pressure Ukraine to investigate Trump's political rivals…including Hunter Biden. Parnas was thrown into Trump's first impeachment drama, but he worked with federal prosecutors against Giuliani and the former president. Parnas is currently serving a 20-month sentence for Campaign Finance, Wire Fraud, And False Statements Offenses, and is speaking to us today while on home confinement. Lev is a truth-teller and unafraid to remember the things that most folks wish he would forget. Sorry folks but there's a hashtag that Parnas deploys that says it all, “LEV REMEMBERS.” What that means for Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump and the rest of these criminals is that they are in deep shit because LEV REMEMBERS.
Mea Culpa welcomes back legendary politician turned political analyst, Michael Steele. Steele made history when he became the first African-American candidate to be elected to statewide office in Maryland, where he served as lieutenant governor from 2003 to 2007, and when he was chosen to be the first African-American chairperson of the Republican National Committee from 2009 to 2011. Steele's abilities as a communicator and commentator have been showcased daily on MSNBC, where he has become a fierce opponent of Donald Trump and the MAGA agenda. He's also appeared on Meet the Press, Face the Nation, HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, and The Daily Show to name a few. In addition to his work in television, Steele can be heard each week on his radio show on SiriusXM or on the Michael Steele Podcast which has become a must listen for those on both sides of the aisle. He joins me today to discuss the legal thicket we must politically navigate as Trump's four criminal trials loom as well as some color commentary on last week's GOP Debate.
Mea Culpa welcomes back, intrepid newsman, Ali Velshi. Host of “Velshi” and seemingly the favorite fill-in host of every other MSNBC Prime Time News Show. Velshi also reported live from the frontlines of the George Floyd protests, he was drenched during hurricane Ian. And dodged incoming fire from Russian artillery when he fearlessly reported live from the frontlines in Ukraine. A concerned citizen of the world, Velshi seems to be everywhere there is an injustice. He has been a contributor at CNN, Al Jazeera America, and NBC to name a few. He joins us on Mea Culpa amidst this historic moment of Trump's fourth arrest. Just last week he read the entirety of the 98-page indictment on the air and into the historic record. This is a true moment of infamy.
Mea Culpa welcomes the opposite of the narcissistic garbage that surrendered to authorities today. General Mark Hertling. He joins us today to give us a real and frank assessment of the state of both Russian and Ukrainian forces as war begins to tip in Ukraine's favor. In addition, he is an outspoken critic of former president Trump and the MAGA agenda. Hertling spent 37 years in the Armed Forces. During his time as a U.S. soldier, he served in Armor, Cavalry, planning, operations, and training positions. He commanded every organization from Platoon to Field Army. Most notably, Hertling commanded the U.S. Army's 1st Armored Division in Iraq during the troop surge of 2007 to 2008 and retired as Commanding General of the US Army Europe. His knowledge of the complex alliances between European nations and the fragility of the NATO experiment gives him a rare insight into how this war is being fought as well as what the face of true leadership looks like.
Mea Culpa is taking a short August recess. But with everything that's happening, we don't want to let you down. So, stay tuned for an all-new interview with Norm Eisen. An attorney and author who has served in a broad array of government roles, Norm was special counsel and special assistant to President Barack Obama for ethics and government reform. In that role, the press dubbed him “Dr. No” and the “Ethics Czar” for his tough anti-corruption approach. Since the election of Donald Trump, Norm has dedicated himself to ridding this nation of the Orange Menace; serving as special counsel to the House Judiciary Committee for the impeachment and trial of the former president. And since then has been one step ahead of Trump, offering his brilliant legal mind to lock him up. He joins us today to discuss how the various co-conspirators in Trump's orbit will face legal justice.
Mea Culpa is taking a short August recess. But with everything that's happening we don't want to let you down. So, tune in for an all-new interview with my favorite former prosecutor, Harry Litman. The host of the Talking Feds podcast, Litman is also an LA Times columnist and appears frequently on MNSBC. This week he joins us on Mea Culpa to offer a no-holds-barred look at the Trump indictment from a prosecutor's point of view.
Mea Culpa welcomes legal legend, Nick Akerman. Akerman was formerly a federal prosecutor and the Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York, where he specialized in going after white-collar crime. Prior to the SDNY, he made his name as the Assistant Special Watergate Prosecutor with the Watergate Special Prosecution Force under Archibald Cox and Leon Jaworski. There Akerman was instrumental in helping crack open the vast conspiracy orchestrated by President Nixon and his co-conspirators that resulted in Nixon's resignation and several prison sentences for his underlings. Akerman joins us today to discuss how Trump is basically screwed in his election interference trial and why televising the trial will be a terrible idea.
Mea Culpa welcomes podcaster, radio host, and columnist Joe Walsh. Walsh was elected to the House of Representatives in 2011 from Illinois's 8th District. He also ran for president and then blew up his life when he spoke out against the MAGA cult and gave Trump the bird. To quote Joe, Republicans “have become fully radicalized and anti-democracy.” Joe's podcast, “White Flag” strives to find a path to unite, not divide us politically, but he pulls no punches in his latest book, “F*ck Silence: Calling Trump Out for the Cultish, Moronic, Authoritarian Con Man He Is.” He has of late, railed against the GOP establishment, who voted for Trump in 2020 and believe the rest of us simply forgot their actions. He is also deeply worried about the future of the GOP and the idea that there is no longer space for a sane, anti-Trump candidate who supports small government and fiscal conservatism. What happens next is anyone's guess.
Kevin opened with thoughts on Ron Rivera's prepared statement from earlier this morning addressing his headline-making comments yesterday about Eric Bieniemy. Ben Standig/The Athletic jumped on to discuss the last 24 hours of Ron but plenty of football as well in advance of the Commanders' preseason opener Friday night in Cleveland. Kevin closed with Ron Rivera's optimistic comments last week about Benjamin St. Juste and a Darrell Green classic chase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mea Culpa welcomes back, intrepid newsman, Ali Velshi. Host of “Velshi” and seemingly the favorite fill-in host of every other MSNBC Prime Time News Show. Velshi also reported live from the frontlines of the George Floyd protests, he was drenched during Hurricane Ian. And dodged incoming fire from Russian artillery when he fearlessly reported live from the frontlines in Ukraine. A concerned citizen of the world, Velshi seems to be everywhere there is an injustice. He has been a contributor at CNN, Al Jazeera America, and NBC to name a few. He joins us on Mea Culpa in the midst of Donald Trump's third indictment and arguably the most important as it goes to the heart of this nation's democratic system.
Mea Culpa welcomes back Reed Galen. Co-founder of The Lincoln Project and a veteran public affairs and political commentator with more than 20 years of experience, Reed has been involved in politics, government, and business at the highest levels. Galen has spent more than a decade advising Fortune 50, 100, and 1000 companies in need of high-level counsel in the fields of strategic communications, procurement, and legislation. In addition to his private sector work, Reed has managed several high-profile ballot measure campaigns in California, Texas, and Colorado – Before moving to the private sector, Reed served as Deputy Campaign Manager for John McCain's presidential campaign and Deputy Campaign Manager for Arnold Schwarzenegger's successful 2006 re-election campaign. Galen also worked on both of President George W. Bush's campaigns and served the Bush Administration at both the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Department of Homeland Security. As founder of the Lincoln Project, Galen has lead the group's vision and created some of its most memorable attacks against Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, and others. He is now focused on not only ridding the nation of Trump but attempting to purge the GOP of its love affair with MAGA ideology. We had the opportunity to speak to him in the midst of these historic indictments.
Mea Culpa welcomes our ole friend, Joe Trippi, heralded on the cover of The New Republic as the man who “reinvented campaigning,” Trippi pioneered bringing politics into the digital age. Most recently, he's brought his campaign savvy to the Lincoln Project where he serves as a senior advisor. With Trump a target of Federal Prosecutors and State DAs, Trippi is targeting the MAGA machine that continues to prop up divisive politics. Lately, his scorn is being directed at Ron DeSantis, who the GOP hoped to dress up as a more palatable Donald Trump but instead got a zombie hall monitor with a mean streak. You can listen to Joe's podcast, “That Trippi Show,” everywhere podcasts are found or see him on MSNBC, CNN and NBC. Today we'll go into all things Trump indictment but also look at how the GOP has lost an entire generation of voters as it clings to the poisonous politics of its MAGA base.
Mea Culpa welcomes back our old friend, Harry Litman, the former US Attorney and Deputy Assistant Attorney General. Litman is currently the legal affairs columnist for the Los Angeles Times and a professor of Constitutional Law at UCLA and UCSD. Harry can be seen as a legal and political commentator on CBS, NPR MSNBC, and CNN. Litman is also the creator and host of the Talking Feds Podcast. You'd be smart to subscribe to the “Talking Feds” YouTube channel. New episodes are posted daily and he features the greatest legal minds and tough-as-nails former prosecutors breaking down the legal news and all things Trump indictment. But today Harry is here to give us the rundown on that pesky target letter and the imminent Trump indictment number three.
My next guest on Mea Culpa is Neal Kaytal. The former Obama administration Solicitor General of the United States and New York Times bestselling author, of “Impeach,” The Case Against Donald Trump. In addition, Neal runs one of the largest Supreme Court practices in the world where he occupies the role formerly held by now Chief Justice John Roberts. From a legal perspective, the man is an absolute heavy hitter and one of the sharpest minds we've had on this show to date. He has orally argued 43 cases before the Supreme Court with 41 of them in the last decade. At the age of 50, he has already argued more Supreme Court cases in U.S. history than any other minority attorney, breaking the record of Thurgood Marshall. Make sure to check out his new podcast Courtside where each week Neal discusses a major Supreme Court case with a non-lawyer guest. This week it's all about the prosecution of presidents and the landmark, Morrison V. Olsen. Comedian John Mulaney joins the proceedings. on He joins us today on Mea Culpa to unpack the Target Letter and to discuss the myriad ways Trump will likely end up behind bars.
Mea Culpa welcomes back our old friend Norm Eisen. There's pretty much nothing going on in politics today that Eisen doesn't have an educated opinion about. Eisen is a CNN Legal Analyst. And the founder and executive chair of “States United Democracy Center”, a nonpartisan organization advancing free, fair, and secure elections. His articles for the Brookings Institute and elsewhere have made the case for why Trump and his band of criminal conspiracists represented a clear and present danger to democracy. His latest work of art is a model prosecution memo that came just days before Trump received his target letter that lays out the case against him in startling clarity. Eisen writes that “the memo builds on the work that has been done by the Jan. 6 Committee and many others but is the first comprehensive application of the law to the facts to establish that DOJ standards for bringing charges are met. We offer an in-depth look at the vast factual record through prosecutorial eyes to describe a relatively simple three-part theory of the case that prosecutors can try to verdict in a year or less.” It's that three-part theory that Norm is going to break down for us today. Settle in folks and get educated, you're about to get a masterclass in how to bring down Donald Trump.
Mea Culpa welcomes back Miles Taylor who famously served as the Deputy Chief of Staff in Homeland Security only to blow the whistle on the Trump Administration with an anonymous op/ed that pulled the lid off the dysfunction and madness lurking inside the West Wing. After resigning from the Trump Administration, Taylor joined fellow never-Trump Republicans in campaigning against his former boss. He is a frequent guest on CNN and MSNBC and offers the stark truth about Trump in a new called “Blowback: A Warning to Save Democracy From the Next Trump.” With the 2024 election approaching, Taylor is back with bombshell revelations and a sobering national forecast. Through interviews with dozens of ex-Trump aides and government leaders, Taylor predicts what could happen inside “Trump 2.0,” the White House of a more competent and formidable copycat. You won't believe what Taylor says, but trust me, it's all 100% true.