Michael Brown and Raymond Lucas break down the Houston Rockets' performance against the Dallas Mavericks and look ahead to Thursday's game against the Utah Jazz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Over the next five weeks, Dr. Michael Brown will travel the country to introduce us to new faces, places, and stories. In the aptly named first episode of Three Words On The Road, Unique Venues CEO Chuck Salem gives us a glimpse of his personal and professional journey.
Michael Brown breaks down the Houston Rockets' first win of the season against the Oklahoma City Thunder, including Christian Wood's dominant performance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are quite familiar with how to feed our bodies. But what does it look like to also – and perhaps even more importantly – feed our souls? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and spiritual leader Steve Rieske introduce a powerful analogy that offers insights into how we can become truly satisfied in life.
Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown react to the four-year deal Armoni Brooks signed with the Rockets and look further into the team's schedule for the first part of the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On the brink of collapse, our nation's only hope is a visitation of God's power and presence. We must have divine visitation. We must have awakening. We must have revival. Our nation is at a tipping point, and you can play a pivotal role in the mighty revival that God longs to bring. Are you willing? Resources mentioned in this episode: Revival or We Die: A Great Awakening is Our Only Hope Connect with Michael Brown at AskDrBrown.org. The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.
About the book: THE TRUTH ABOUT THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MARTYRS In his latest salvo in the battle for America's survival, David Horowitz exposes the racial hoax that is spawning riots and dividing the nation. Examining the twenty-six most notorious cases of police “racism”— from Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown to George Floyd and Breonna Taylor—Horowitz demonstrates that Black Lives Matter has lied about every one of them in its quest to undermine law and order, fuel race hatred, and destroy America. In case after case, the lies and mythmaking break down under Horowitz's scrutiny. Even the chief prosecutor in the George Floyd case was forced to admit that he had no evidence of racial bias, while Breonna Taylor, the longtime accomplice of a major drug dealer, was killed when she and her boyfriend resisted arrest. The unchallenged myths about racist murders by the police have brought mayhem and crime to our cities, where the victims are predominantly black. They are also a slander against the United States, the least racist country in history, and against black Americans, the vast majority of whom are successful and law-abiding citizens. Now the Biden administration has embraced the false narrative of “systemic racism” and “white supremacy,” which supposedly infect every aspect of American life, using it to justify a witch hunt for “domestic terrorists.” Most Americans, black and white, know in their bones that this portrayal of their country is a lie. An unflinching and courageous accounting, I Can't Breathe is the urgently needed proof that they are right.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is lashing out at Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx for citing "mutual combatants" in her decision not to press charges against those arrested in a deadly daylight neighborhood shootout between rival gangs. Residents of Chicago say "Chicago is like Afghanistan on a good day, and that's a problem." In 2015, Michael Brown robbed a convenience store and was justifiably shot in self-defense while assaulting the police officer who attempted to confront him. An editorial piece by the Washington Examiner say that five years of anti-police activism did not save black lives. In 2015, there were 6,237 black murder victims in the United States. FBI data released Monday show that this number rose to 9,941 in 2020. That is a 59% increase in just five years. Blacks now comprise 56% of all murder victims, the highest share since 1985.
Michael Brown breaks down the Rockets' 125-119 preseason-opening win over the Wizards, including Kevin Porter Jr.'s 25-point effort. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown look back on Rockets Media Day and highlight the positives and negatives that were showcased from the team heading into training camp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kelly Cates is joined by Michael Brown, Sylvain Distin and John Murray to reflect on Manchester City's 2-0 defeat at Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League group stage. They discuss what City lacked after dominating possession and having more shots on target - and whether PSG were that convincing despite winning the match. We hear what Pep Guardiola made of his team's performance, before Julien Laurens joins us to discuss what Lionel Messi's first goal will mean to him and the fans and how the front three of Mbappe, Neymar and Messi are allowed to play with such freedom. Alistair Bruce-Ball rounds up another big win for Liverpool as they thrashed Porto 5-1 and tells us what injury issues Jurgen Klopp is facing ahead of Sunday's visit of Man City. John Bennett drops by to tell us about the other big results in the Champions League – including a shock last-minute win for Moldovan side Sheriff against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu. And we reflect on the passing of Liverpool's record league goalscorer and England World Cup winner, Roger Hunt, who has died at the age of 83. Former Liverpool defender and assistant Phil Thompson shares his memories of his idol and friend - describing what his success meant for the club and its fans. TOPICS 00.27 - John Murray summary of game 01.20 - Reaction with Michael Brown and Sylvain 06.30 - Pep Guardiola post-match reaction 12.26 - Julien Laurens on Messi's first goal 18.27 - Alistair Bruce-Ball on Liverpool's win at Porto 20.35 - John Bennett rounds up rest of the main Champions League headlines 25.37 - Phil Thompson on passing of Roger Hunt
Our 5Live Sport commentary team of John Murray and former Manchester City midfielder, Michael Brown, are in Paris ahead of Manchester City's Champions League tie against PSG. They talk about whether last season's semi-final will play a part in how both teams set up and whether Lionel Messi will start this game for PSG.
What does it look like to live against the grain in a world that is focused on collecting more, more, and more? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and recovering people-pleaser Amy Seiffert discuss how reducing the clutter in our lives and hearts allows us to make room for whatever is most important.
LAST POD BEFORE THE BIG MOVE ACROSS THE POND… HOPE Y'ALL ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEXT CHAPTER FOR THIS PODCAST.. Y'ALL KNOW WHAT TO DO (TAP-IN…)... I'll leave it at that…. ENJOY!!!REMEMBER TO LIKE/RATE/REVIEW/GIVE FEEDBACK on Apple Podcasts and Spotify... MUCH LOVE!PLEASE CONTINUE to practice social distancing and risk mitigation, so we can beat COVID-19 for good, stay safe and keep our loved one's safe. REST IN POWER to the late great Hank Aaron, Larry King, Pedro Gomez, Chadwick Boseman, Daniel Dumile (MF Doom), Earl Simmons (DMX), Terrence Clarke, Michael K. Williams...AND ONCE AGAIN... REST IN POWER to a decade of BLACK Kings and Queens that lost their lives at the hands of those we pay to serve and protect; Rayshard Brooks, Makkah Bryant, Ahmaud Arbery, Jacob Blake, Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Elijah McClain, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Michelle Cusseaux, Tanisha Anderson, Tamir Rice, Natasha McKenna, Walter Scott, Bettie Jones, Philando Castile, Botham Jean, Atatiana Jefferson, Eric Reason, Dominique Clayton, Dontre Hamilton, John Crawford III, Ezell Ford, Tony Robinson, Eric Harris, Freddie Gray, Terrence Crutcher, Alton Sterling, Michael Brown, Sandra Bland… And the list goes on.Music: Let It Breathe - Jaden SmithCame and Saw - Young Thug feat. Rowdy RebelWonder Why - Wale (Feat. Big Sean, Ken Starr & Mike Posner)
Dr. Kirk Borne is a sought-after global speaker and trainer on topics ranging from data mining, data management, big data analytics, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, internet of things, data-driven decision-making, modeling & simulation of dynamic systems to emerging technologies, future of work, education, and science. Among his many accolades, he was listed as #1 on the IPFC Online Web Agency's 50 Top Digital Influencers to follow at the end of 2020 and in 2021. Dr. Borne is currently the Chief Science Officer at AI startup DataPrime. He is also founder and owner of the new Data Leadership Group LLC. In these roles, he helps build the data profession, expand data literacy and data fluency across enterprises, and accelerate analytics innovation and value in data-drenched organizations. He spent nearly 20 years supporting NASA projects, including NASA's Hubble Space Telescope as data archive project scientist, NASA's Astronomy Data Center, and NASA's Space Science Data Operations Office. He has extensive experience in large scientific databases and information systems, including expertise in scientific data mining. He was a contributor to the design and development of the new Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, for which he contributed in the areas of science data management, informatics and statistical science research, galaxies research, and education and public outreach. Dr. Borne has a B.S. degree Summa Cum Laude in Physics from Louisiana State University, and a Ph.D. in Astronomy from Caltech.Michael Brown is the Global Technology Lead for Predictive Analytics at Jacobs where he provides strategy and oversite to how Jacobs leverages data and analytics on it's projects, solutions and services. Michael has built a large community of practice within Jacobs focused on advancing Machine Learning, Data Science, and Data Engineering in Jacobs work and embedding it into all Jacobs offerings. Michael works with innovation teams and strategic initiatives to help teams identify how to leverage advanced analytics within their solutions and has developed and launched multiple digital products within Jacobs, most recently the Climate Risk Manager tool. Michael's passion for innovation and advanced analytics has him constantly seeing new challenges and opportunities where he can bring creative, strategic thinking that is backed by technical excellence to disrupt the market status quo and create new channels for value with Jacobs clients.
The end of life is characterized by so many emotions, but perhaps the most devastating of these is regret. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt continue their ongoing conversation about becoming the best versions of themselves by considering how the reality of death should affect our lives.
WE WERE NOT PLAYING ABOUT THE INFLUX OF CONTENT, PEOPLE... On this episode we're bringing back the ONE AND ONLY ILIANA RIVERA... On this one we cover “Unpopular Opinions” when it comes to love, sex and relationships.. REMEMBER TO LIKE/RATE/REVIEW/GIVE FEEDBACK on Apple Podcasts and Spotify... MUCH LOVE!PLEASE CONTINUE to practice social distancing and risk mitigation, so we can beat COVID-19 for good, stay safe and keep our loved one's safe. REST IN POWER to the late great Hank Aaron, Larry King, Pedro Gomez, Chadwick Boseman, Daniel Dumile (MF Doom), Earl Simmons (DMX), Terrence Clarke, Michael K. Williams...AND ONCE AGAIN... REST IN POWER to a decade of BLACK Kings and Queens that lost their lives at the hands of those we pay to serve and protect; Rayshard Brooks, Makkah Bryant, Ahmaud Arbery, Jacob Blake, Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Elijah McClain, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Michelle Cusseaux, Tanisha Anderson, Tamir Rice, Natasha McKenna, Walter Scott, Bettie Jones, Philando Castile, Botham Jean, Atatiana Jefferson, Eric Reason, Dominique Clayton, Dontre Hamilton, John Crawford III, Ezell Ford, Tony Robinson, Eric Harris, Freddie Gray, Terrence Crutcher, Alton Sterling, Michael Brown, Sandra Bland… And the list goes on.IG: - @IlianaRiveraa- @thepersonalconnection_Twitter: - @IlianaRiveraaMusic: Let It Breathe - Jaden SmithCame and Saw - Young Thug feat. Rowdy RebelUber Everywhere - Tory Lanez
Darren Fletcher brings you the Friday Football Social, discussing all the big talking points from the Premier League. We have reaction to Newcastle's 1-1 draw at home to Leeds, with Michael Brown and Vicki Sparks joining us from St James' Park. Former Newcastle midfielder and West Ham assistant coach Kevin Nolan is alongside Darren to dissect what the future holds for Steve Bruce after another turbulent week off the field. Nolan also discusses West Ham's strong start in the Europa League, after they beat Dinamo Zagreb in their opening group game. He says Declan Rice can become one of the best in the world, giving us insight into what the England star is like as a character in the dressing room. And we look ahead to the threat Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United will pose to David Moyes' side following their loss to Young Boys in the Champions League. Pep Guardiola has caused quite the stir amongst Manchester City fans after saying he wanted more of them at the Etihad for Saturday's match against Southampton, with just over 38,000 turning up for the win over RB Leipzig midweek. Loukas Gregory from the 1864 City Supporters Group drops by to discuss whether the relationship between the manager and supporters has been damaged with Guardiola refusing to apologise for his comments. TOPICS 00.30 – Newcastle v Leeds reaction 04.46 – Kevin Nolan on off-field issues at Newcastle 12.22 – Nolan on how David Moyes has transformed West Ham 17.20 – Declan Rice discussion 22.45 – Fallout from Manchester United's defeat to Young Boys 28.09 – Pep Guardiola on his comments about fans 29.07 – City fan Loukas Gregory reaction to Pep's comments
Mike Peterson and the "Kids First" school board slate for Douglas County * CU Physics Prof Paul Beale on the world's most accurate clock...nerd out! * Al Pitrelli: Trans-Siberian Orchestra is BACK ON TOUR!!!
In this episode, Alyssa and Brendane unpack questions of fatphobia, anti-blackness, and how that intersects with the discursive. For What's the Word?, we discuss discourse to understand how understandings of the world circulate, of course referencing one of our fave French philosophers: Michel Foucault. Today, we read the essay "Fat, Black, and Ugly: The Semiotic Production of Prodigious Femininities" (2021) by Professor Krystal A. Smalls, which explores several ways fatness and Blackness are discursively constructed as social comorbidities for feminine people and examines how this discourse affects lived experience. Through this lens, we talk about how fatness was wielded against Eric Garner, Michael Brown, and Ma'Khia Bryant. In What In the World?! we discuss the latest scandal involving the teen clothing brand Brandy Melville and accusations of anti-blackness and fatphobia, unpack why these -phobias are not specifically about fear (except maybe psychoanalytically!), bias against fat people in the medical system including our own experiences, why commenting on people's bodies is not "caring" for them, Lizzo living her best life, and how loving ourselves and our bodies is a journey. If you've experienced weight bias in health care and in other contexts can complete the Weight Bias Reporting Form created by the Obesity Action Coalition. CW: Throughout the episode we discuss body image issues and bias against fat bodies. Please take care of yourself as you need while listening. Liked what you heard? Donate here! Discussed this week: Fat, Black, and Ugly: The Semiotic Production of Prodigious Femininities (Krystal A. Smalls, 2021) I'm a Parkland Shooting Survivor. QAnon Convinced My Dad It Was All a Hoax. (David Gilbert, 2021) Weighing the care: physicians' reactions to the size of a patient (M.R. Hebl and J. Xu, 2001) ZD merch available here and the syllabus for ZD 201 is here! Let us know what you thought of the episode @zorasdaughters on Instagram and @zoras_daughters on Twitter! Transcript will be available on our website here.
Igor Raykin: I have a bad reaction to mandated vaccine, can I sue employer? * CU Regent and entrepreneur Heidi Ganahl is running for Governor of CO * Matthew Miller on the VA's Veterans Crisis Line
Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown react to news that John Wall and the Houston Rockets are reaching an agreement to not play for the upcoming season and to find a new home for Wall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
AFTER AN *ALMOST* 2 MONTH HIATUS, THE THREE HEADS OF THE SNAKE ARE BACK IN BUSINESS!!! SO Y'ALL ENJOY THE ONE.. THAT'S ALL I'M GOING TO SAY... A WHOLEEEEEEEEEE LOTTA DRIZZY/CLB TALK, BELOVEDS... ENJOY!REMEMBER TO LIKE/RATE/REVIEW/GIVE FEEDBACK on Apple Podcasts and Spotify... MUCH LOVE!PLEASE CONTINUE to practice social distancing and risk mitigation, so we can beat COVID-19 for good, stay safe and keep our loved one's safe. REST IN POWER to the late great Hank Aaron, Larry King, Pedro Gomez, Chadwick Boseman, Daniel Dumile (MF Doom), Earl Simmons (DMX), Terrence Clarke, Michael K. Williams...AND ONCE AGAIN... REST IN POWER to a decade of BLACK Kings and Queens that lost their lives at the hands of those we pay to serve and protect; Rayshard Brooks, Makkah Bryant, Ahmaud Arbery, Jacob Blake, Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Elijah McClain, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Michelle Cusseaux, Tanisha Anderson, Tamir Rice, Natasha McKenna, Walter Scott, Bettie Jones, Philando Castile, Botham Jean, Atatiana Jefferson, Eric Reason, Dominique Clayton, Dontre Hamilton, John Crawford III, Ezell Ford, Tony Robinson, Eric Harris, Freddie Gray, Terrence Crutcher, Alton Sterling, Michael Brown, Sandra Bland… And the list goes on.Music: Let It Breathe - Jaden SmithCame and Saw - Young Thug feat. Rowdy RebelRoll One Up - A$AP Rocky
Kelly Cates and guests look back on an incredible opening night of this season's Champions League. John Murray and Michael Brown describe the extraordinary scenes post-match in Bern where the ten-men of Manchester United lost 2-1 late on to Swiss Champions Young Boys before The Athletic's Carl Anker joins the pod to reflect on what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said in his press conference. It was much more straightforward at Stamford Bridge where Lee Dixon and Vicki Sparks watched Chelsea beat Zenit 1-0. They discuss the impact Romelu Lukaku has had on Thomas Tuchel's side before John Bennett and Mina Rzouki drop by to wrap up the rest of the night's action. Mina sticks around as focus turns to AC Milan's trip to old foes Liverpool on Wednesday. Lee then gives his thoughts on Manchester City ahead of their tie with RB Leipzig before Pep Guardiola gives a frustrated response to the suggestion that he must win the Champions League before he leaves club. TOPICS: 01:00 – Atmosphere in Bern and reflecting on Manchester United's defeat 12:30 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 13:30 – Carl Anker's thoughts 18:30 – Chelsea's win over Zenit 26:00 – Rest of the night's matches 28:30 – Liverpool Vs AC Milan preview 33:30 – Man City Vs RB Leipzig preview
At one time or another, all of us struggle to believe that we have what it takes. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Tyler Schwanz reflect on moments when they have felt most encouraged and consider the individuals who have made the greatest impact on their journeys.
Drops of God vol. 1 Story: Tadashi Agi Art: Shu Okimoto Publisher: Vertical & ComiXology Publication Date: October 19, 2019 Manga Month: Chapter Two commences as the gang takes on the ComiXology original that dictates the ebb and flow of wine sales worldwide: Drops of God! What series is everyone reading every issue of this week, and will Drops of God join those revered ranks? First, Jon Butler kicks the party off by leading the Dwarves in another thrilling installment of Comickwiz. Then, Tom shares a controversial secret that may be less shocking than he anticipates. How many Dragon Ball Z comparisons are the guys willing to make? And how far will they go to drive the point home? Later, who tries to sneak in secret requirements for their final vote, and who dares to argue? Finally, what is the final verdict on this "legendary" (or so ComiXology would lead us to believe) manga series? Are the guys thrilled to share it with their listeners? Find out today on Comic Dwarves! Hosted by Tom Bevis, Michael Brown, Jon Butler, Sean Corbin, and Joshua Shepherd. Music by Polynova. Sound Effects by Aaron Corbin. Produced by Tom Bevis and Sean Corbin.
Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown play NBA 2K21 for the last time and simulate what the upcoming Houston Rockets' season could look like and dream up some trade scenarios the team could take on during next season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Priya Sridhar is an Emmy-award winning political reporter and host of "Politically Speaking", a weekly political show that airs on Sundays on NBC 7. She comes to NBC San Diego from KPBS where she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in host for the station's radio and television programs. Prior to San Diego, Priya worked as an investigative and general assignment reporter for the CBS affiliate in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to local news, Priya has worked as a White House correspondent and morning show co-host in New York City for Arise News, a 24 hour international news channel headquartered out of Nigeria. She has also worked as a Washington correspondent and anchor for RT and went on to work for that channel as a South Asia bureau chief and correspondent posted in New Delhi, India. She began her career at the NBC affiliates in Maine and has also worked at the Associated Press in Chicago. Priya received her undergraduate degree in International Relations and History from Bowdoin College and a master's degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Some of the most impactful stories she's covered in her career include the aftermath of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri for the Associated Press and the historic 2015 presidential elections in Nigeria. Priya is originally from outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She is an officer in the United States Navy Reserve and fell in love with San Diego through her work in the Navy. She is the co-President of Asian American Journalists Association San Diego and on the board of directors for Military Veterans in Journalism.
Michael Brown talks about his Houston Rockets withdrawals and the team's recent Exhibit 10 signings while fielding questions from a live audience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dragon Ball vol. 1 Story: Akira Toriyama Art: Akira Toriyama Publisher: Viz Publication Date: May 6, 2003 As was foretold in the time before time, Manga Month has finally arrived! And what heroes have gathered to face it? Join Mike, Sean, Tom, and Jon as they discuss Akira Toriyama's groundbreaking manga masterwork, Dragon Ball! The Haunted House War may be over, but what new fiend is creeping over the horizon? Does Dragon Ball toe the line or go too far for our heroes to stomach? How far has Jon gotten in Fables? Why is everyone hating on Yamcha so much? And what will the name of Tom's signature attack be? Find out all of this and more in this episode of Comic Dwarves, kicking off a month-long celebration of manga, the comic medium's cousin in the east! Hosted by Tom Bevis, Michael Brown, Jon Butler, Sean Corbin. Music by Polynova. Sound Effects by Aaron Corbin. Produced by Tom Bevis and Sean Corbin.
A common argument from skeptics is that early Christians looked at Messianic prophecy and then fabricated events about the life of Jesus to fulfill prophecy. Today, I talk with scholar Dr. Michael Brown @ASKDrBrown about this important argument. -------------------------------- GIVING -------------------------------- Please consider becoming a Patron! I am a full-time student, so your support helps make our content better and provides me Ramen money. Patreon (Thanks!): https://www.patreon.com/AdherentApologetics YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8jj_CQwrRRwwwXBndo6nQ/join
In this episode we talk to Michael Brown about his its long-awaited second installment of ‘Explanations of Channels and Points Vol.2' . a Qing dynasty acupuncture commentary by Yue Hanzhen (1602-1693 CE). Despite having never been published, this work has survived owing to its historical significance. It was the first to integrate point locations and classical channel pathways, thereby setting a precedent of assigning a numbering scheme to channel points. It is currently available for purchase at www.purplecloudinstitute.com
Some of the most difficult people to love are those who are most controlling, and this is why controlling people so often feel unloved. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and clinical counselor Steve Rieske discuss tense relationships, hostile workplaces, and unsafe households.
Hurricane Katrina was a large Category 5 Atlantic Hurricane that caused more than 1,200 deaths and $125 billion in damage in August 2005, particularly hard hit was the city of New Orleans and the surrounding areas. It was at the time, the costliest tropical cyclone on record, and is now tied with 2017's Hurricane Harvey. The storm was the third major hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, and the fourth-most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall in the lower 48 states. Katrina began to develop on August 23, 2005 as a tropical depression. Early the following day, the depression intensified into a tropical storm as it headed generally westward toward Florida, strengthening into a hurricane two hours before making landfall at Hallandale Beach on August 25. After briefly weakening to tropical storm strength over southern Florida, Katrina emerged into the Gulf of Mexico on August 26 and began to rapidly intensify. The storm strengthened into a Category 5 hurricane over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It made landfall over southeast Louisiana and Mississippi on August 29. There is controversy to this day as to the strength of the storm when it came ashore. The National Hurricane Center determined that the system weakened as it crossed the coastline to a Catagory 3, yet evidence and surveys after the storm and the complete and utter destruction lead some to suggest that it was still a Cat 5. Flooding, caused largely as a result of fatal engineering flaws in the flood protection system known as levees around the city of New Orleans, caused the greatest loss of life. Eventually, 80% of the city, as well as large tracts of neighboring parishes were under water for weeks. The flooding also destroyed most of New Orleans' transportation and communication facilities, leaving tens of thousands of people who had not evacuated the city prior to landfall stranded with little access to food, shelter or basic necessities. Many of those left behind were people of color and others in working class neighborhoods. The scale of the disaster in New Orleans provoked massive national and international response efforts; federal, local and private rescue operations evacuated displaced persons out of the city over the following weeks, but to many the response was too slow. Multiple investigations in the aftermath of the storm concluded that the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, that had designed and built the region's levees decades earlier, was responsible for the failure of the flood-control systems. The emergency response from federal, state and local governments was widely criticized, resulting in the resignations of FEMA director Michael Brown. Many government officials were criticized for their responses, especially the New Orleans Mayor and the Louisiana Governor, and President George W. Bush. The congressional elections the following year brought about a 31-seat swing from the GOP to the Democrats and control of the U. S. House of Representatives to the Dems. As a result of the Democratic victory, Nancy Pelosi, became the first woman and the first Californian elected House Speaker the change of control in the House was attributed by many, in part, to the inadequate response to Katrina the year before. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Thank you for watching Calvary Conversations with Moriah and Pastor Craig Roters! (Episode 69) In this conversation, Dr. Michael Brown shares his testimony and talks about why the church should move radically in the gifts of the Spirit. Dr. Brown's Resources https://askdrbrown.org https://youtube.com/c/AskDrBrownVideos Join us on Sunday, August 29th as guest speaker Joshua Lewis, Host of Remnant Radio, speaks on operating in the gifts of the Spirit decently and in order! Don't miss our 9am, 11am, and special 6pm service. CALVARY CONVERSATIONS SUPPORT ~ https://calvaryconversations.com/support/ NEW MERCH ~ https://teespring.com/stores/calvary-conversations Additional Podcast Platforms ~ https://anchor.fm/calvaryconverations https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/calvary-conversations/id1517296723 Follow us on Instagram ~ https://www.instagram.com/calvaryconversations/ OUR MAIN SPONSOR ~ https://www.tucsonazheatingandcooling.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=GMB As we reason together, keep in mind that those being interviewed may not always reflect the same doctrinal beliefs or views as Calvary Conversations and Calvary Oro Valley Church. Thank you for your understanding. God bless! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calvaryconverations/support
Darren Fletcher is joined by Matthew Upson for the first Friday Football Social of the new Premier League season. We'll bring you reaction from the Brentford Community Stadium with John Murray and Michael Brown, as Brentford marked their first top flight game in 74 years with a 2-0 win over Arsenal. We'll hear Thomas Frank and Mikel Arteta's reaction to that result. Matthew and Michael also chat about Harry Kane's future and whether he should play against Manchester City on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel's take on Liverpool and Chelsea's title credentials, and the big game between long-time rivals Manchester United and Leeds. TOPICS 00:46 - Brentford v Arsenal reaction 12:07 - Thomas Frank interview 13:42 - Mikel Arteta interview 17:10 - Harry Kane's future and Tottenham v Man City 28:58 - Liverpool and Chelsea's title credentials (including Klopp and Tuchel) 41:54 - Manchester United v Leeds preview