A former National Party press secretary says she doesn't expect Judith Collins to go anywhere soon, despite losing the job of leader of the party. National MPs will elect the party's fifth leader in four years next Tuesday, after a vote of no confidence went against Judith Collins on Thursday. The implosion comes after a late Wednesday night press release from Collins, where she accused MP and former leader Simon Bridges of " serious misconduct" at a party event in Premier House five years ago. Bridges said this was "truly desperate stuff" from Collins who would go to any length to hold on to her leadership. She was forced to step down after her caucus issued a motion of no confidence in her. Janet Wilson became the National Party leader's chief press secretary after Todd Muller rolled Simon Bridges in 2020 and stayed on when Collins took over. She left shortly after the election She has seen all the changes in the party over the last 18 months and has been highly critical of Collins' leadership. Despite that she told Morning Report Collins did well at the start of her tenure as leader to guide MPs through the election period. It was after that when things went bad. Wilson said Collins admitted the party needed renewal but did not provide it. She does not expect many changes from Collins post demotion either. "What she'll do is she'll lay low for a while, but the planning and scheming and lack of judgment that is sort of part of her, her leadership, will come to the fore again. "She's always been a bit player within that caucus, and she's always been a schemer, so to speak. I would expect her to be a malignant force on the back bench eventually. "I don't think she's going anywhere fast."
Judith Collins is out - but who is next in line? The competition is on, and National MPs have given themselves a Tuesday deadline to consider their options before filling the top job. The implosion comes after a late Wednesday night press release from Ms Collins, where she accused MP and former leader Simon Bridges of " serious misconduct" at a party event in Premier House five years ago. Simon Bridges said this was "truly desperate stuff" from Collins who would go to any length to hold on to her leadership. On Thursday, Collins was forced to step down after her caucus issued a motion of no confidence in her - and the kicker? Bridges could be in the running to replace her. While the caucus figure out who they want at the helm, Shane Reti has taken over. RNZ Political Editor Jane Patterson spoke to Guyon Espiner.
Former National Party MP David Parker wants to see party president Peter Goodfellow resign from his role after yesterday's leadership debacle. National MPs will elect the party's fifth leader in four years next Tuesday, after a vote of no confidence went against Judith Collins on Thursday. The implosion comes after a late Wednesday night press release from Collins, where she accused MP and former leader Simon Bridges of " serious misconduct" at a party event in Premier House five years ago. Bridges said this was "truly desperate stuff" from Collins who would go to any length to hold on to her leadership. She was forced to step down after her caucus issued a motion of no confidence in her. Parker, who resigned from his role on the board in August after unsuccessfully challenging Goodfellow for the role of president, told Morning Report the board was too involved int eh disaster. Collins said in her press release she had the "unanimous support" from the board for demoting Bridges, later that day the board said in a release it had agreed to look into the matter but had not decided on any other actions to be taken. "He shouldn't have been involved with the board in yesterday's mess, they shouldn't have been speaking with Judith Collins about portfolio lineups and demoting Simon Bridges the night before, the board needs to function on its role and stop playing politics." Parker said Goodfellow's resignation is "long overdue" and blamed him for Nationals poor performance in 2020. "He's an incompetent chairman of the board. I was there on the board for nine months. I couldn't stand it any longer once they reelected him as the president. He's overseen two election failures." As for who should take over from Collins, Parker said it would be a battle between Bridges and first-term MP Christopher Luxon. Mark Mitchell has also suggested a tilt at the leadership, but Parker was not sure he would have the support. Whatever happens he would have preferred the matter sorted out this week rather than next. "Now they've got everybody chattering about it for the next three or four days. Whilst I agree that the retirement or the firing of Judith was sudden, there's been rumors of leadership change going on now for weeks. I would have thought caucus was in the position to have a decent discussion yesterday, unite behind one person and get on with it. "Listen, I'm not part of caucus, they didn't do it that way, so now they're going to hopefully, sort a bit more out over the weekend and announce a leader on Tuesday and get on with the job."
Former National MP and Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman knows what it's like to take a tilt for at the leadership. He threw his hat in the ring in 2016 after John Key announced he was resigning. Back then he was up against Bill English, who eventually got the job, but also Judith Collins. On Thursday Collins was gone by lunchtime after a vote of no confidence by the National caucus. Things came to a head when out of the blue she demoted Simon Bridges, stripping him of his portfolios for an innappropriate comment he made in front of another National party MP about five years ago. Jonathan Coleman talks to Lisa Owen.
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Simon Bridges has been dumped from the shadow cabinet and demoted to the backbenches. The shock news came in a media release from National Party leader Judith Collins just after 9.30pm on Wednesday amid much speculation that Bridges was considering a tilt at the top job. Bridges is accused of making crude remarks of to a "female caucus colleague" in front of other National MPs at a party function five years ago. RNZ understands the MP who laid the complaint is Jacqui Dean. RNZ has been told that Bridges apologised to Dean following the incident. The Waitaki MP has been approached for comment. Collins says she had no option but to immediately demote the Tauranga MP and strip him of his portfolio responsibilites with the unanimous support of the board and the party would not tolerate harassment and intimidation of any person. National Party MP Chris Bishop spoke to Susie Ferguson.
Some trials happened this week, china probably did some more things, and we want to talk about all that and more. Join us for a fun filled time of questions, comments, laughs, and good old fashioned discussion.If you like the music check out the artist here: theearthonfireIntro song links: Spotify Apple MusicPlease subscribe to us on YouTube and Rumble to watch videos after they are published.Follow us on Instagram for random funny picsFollow us on Facebook to get notified of LIVE! episode recordings and to join the chat!Links discussed in episode:Boris Johnson follows Labour call to ban MP paid adviser jobsPoland turns water cannon on rock-throwing migrants at Belarus borderOJ Simpson's Jury Consultant Jo-Ellan Dimitrius Working with Kyle RittenhouseKyle Rittenhouse, I am sorry I unfairly judged you and thought you were a racist. Full disclosure: Watching parts of the trial were both humbling and horrifying. When this happened months ago, I was a sheep. I watched @cnn and bought they were selling.I hear commentators say Kyle Rittenhouse was very, very dumb to bring a gun to a riot, and I can see their point. But for context, he was still the smartest guy at the riot.#KyleRittenhouse was the greatest trial witness ever. The prosecution showed a nonpareil breathtaking ineptitude. And then commenting on a defendant's invoking the right to remain silent. This was textbook mistrial material today. Rittenhouse will walk. http://lionelmedia.comChina wants WAR and is preparing Chinese people a fight against the USA!An update to dislikes on YouTubeTIL:TIL the world's largest spider by leg span is the Giant huntsman spider, which can reach up to 30cm/1 ft.TIL that spiders eat 400–800 million tons of insects each yearTIL In 1975 Elvis went to see a movie with his gf. He was spotted by fans and they went crazy. His gf walks up and pranks the fans saying to Elvis, "Charlie, you're not using that Elvis bit again are you? Come on, you're not telling these people that you're Elvis again are you? The fans left.Shower Thoughts:If you're a mother and only have sons, you've broken a chain of women who had daughters stretching all the way back to the start of humanity.We have collectively accepted the standard of tying shoelaces, while there are so many other different ways to tieA shirtless guy wearing pants is considered sexy, but a pantless guy wearing a shirt is kinda lame.A world record on who's been dead the longest is the only world record 100% impossible to break.The trees cut down to make Jenga blocks are repeatedly forced to relive their own downfalls.Most of us don't trust strangers yet we trust millions of them to do the right thing while driving on roads and public transport we are using.It is amazing that people will actually get disgusted finding a single human hair while eating the cooked ass end of animal.
This episode is sponsored by - - Paleo Valley Beef sticks - go to https://paleovalley.com/ and enter code MP for 15% off your first order. - Rabbit Air Purifiers - go to https://www.rabbitair.com/ for quality air purifiers. In this episode of Opposing Views, I was joined by Alex Epstein and Dr. Andrew Dessler to discuss climate change. Alex Epstein is a philosopher, author, and founder of the Center for Industrial Progress. His NYT bestseller The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels argued that human flourishing actually requires the use of fossil fuels. Dr. Andrew Dessler is a professor of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas A&M. He wrote The Science and Politics of Global Climate Change: A Guide to the Debate, explaining how science is (mis)used in politics. - Find more Alex Epstein on Twitter @AlexEpstein https://twitter.com/AlexEpstein Follow Dr. Andrew Dessler on Twitter @AndrewDessler https://twitter.com/AndrewDessler or find his book Introduction to Modern Climate Change at http://andrewdessler.com ___ [0:00] Intro [04:25] Intro to Alex Epstein [05:50] Epstein's views on climate change and the impact of humans [07:15] “The current benefits of burning fossil fuels outweigh the negative side effects" Alex Epstein [09:30] Should we be transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy? [11:20] “The modern anti-fossil fuel movement that says that rising CO2 levels are an existential threat, deliberately excludes nuclear and hydro. Why is that? It's my view that this is philosophical, [that some energies are seen as more natural,] and that's why they favor certain renewables and exclude others" Epstein [12:00] “There's this idea that human impact is bad and we have to stop it, and that's a philosophical view. I think our goal should be to advance human flourishing" Epstein [14:41] On the modern environmental movement, "it's all about the morality of eliminating human impact, and not at all about actually being concerned with reliable energy" - Epstein [15:28] What caused the Texas 2021 power grid failure? [17:31] “Wind dies down when it's cold most of the time and when it's really hot and that is part of why it's a very bad source of energy" - Epstein [19:00] Is natural gas subsidised by the government? [20:29] Climate-related disaster deaths are actually down 98% in the last hundred years. So we are actually safer from climate than ever" - Epstein [22:40] What is the validity of the claim that rising CO2 levels are going to lead to more human deaths through natural disasters? [23:02] “We should only trust predictions about the future from people that acknowledge the reality of the present" - Epstein [26:10] Epstein's views on carbon taxes and who really is producing the most CO2 [28:14] Is Alex an industry plant advocate? [29:06] What impact that humans have made is worse for us and the planet so far? [32:51] ”Anybody that thinks nature is their friend hasn't seen horse flies in Canada. They shouldn't exist—they're huge and bite chunks out of you" Mikhaila Peterson [34:37] Wrapping up with Alex Epstein [41:32] Introducing the second guest - Dr. Andrew Dessler [42:47] Is climate change real? What are the primary causes? [43:03] “Climate change is definitely occurring, I think there's very little argument of that at this point" Dessler [44:00] “Carbon dioxide since pre-industrial (or before 1750) when humans started burning fossil fuels, has gone up [by] 40%, and that's entirely due to human activity" Dessler [45:15] What's the best way to stop or slow climate change? [46:37] Are green energy sources more expensive for the consumer? [48:45] “There is no reason to continue a fossil fuel economy except for the power that fossil fuel producers have in our political position" Dessler [49:20] Is nuclear power viable? [50:35] What caused the Texas 2021 power grid failures? [53:15] What about claims that carbon taxes will mostly impact the middle and lower class in America, making them less financially stable? [57:50] “There are some businesses where the very rich owners are not going to be able to recover from switching off of fossil fuels and those are the people who object" Dessler [58:00] What % of bad CO2 emissions are coming from America? Are we the bad guys in terms of CO2 produced? [01:00:15] Is renewable energy easy to store? [01:05:00] Is climate change responsible for the natural disasters in recent years? [01:10:06] What happens if we really put all our efforts behind switching to renewable energy now? [01:11:30] Climate change is no laughing matter [01:13:48] Which countries are doing the best to combat climate change? - https://skepticalscience.com/ [01:18:45] Using hydrogen fuel cells to store energy [01:20:05] Most renewable energy source? [01:21:50] Wrapping up with Dr. Dessler - https://skepticalscience.com/ [01:22:00] The question is not ‘were fossil fuels good'—of course they were. The question is what future do we want to live in?" Dessler #CO2 #ClimateChange #FossilFuels
On Tuesday, the NSW Parliament passed historic reforms to sexual consent laws.During the parliamentary debate one MP thanked survivor and campaigner Saxon Mullins who kickstarted the campaign to change the law when she appeared on the ABC's Four Corners program.Now, similar laws are being introduced in Victoria, and advocates are calling for national reform.Today, campaigner and contributor to The Saturday Paper Saxon Mullins, on the push to update Australia's laws around sexual assault, and why it's taking so long.Guest: Campaigner and contributor to The Saturday Paper, Saxon Mullins.Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After nearly two years, the much-awaited and long-overdue report by the Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Data Protection Bill 2019 was tabled on Monday, 22 November. Though the report has not been made available in the public domain yet, as many as seven MP's from the Congress Trinamool Congress and the BJD have submitted dissent notes to the committee since some clauses give the Centre sweeping powers to collect and process data. While Congress MP Jairam Ramesh in his dissent note stated that the bill assumes that “constitutional right to privacy arises only where operations and activities of private companies are concerned”, TMC MPs Derek O'Brien and Mahua Moitra described the 2019 Bill as "Orwellian" in nature and raised questions on the functioning of the committee. Though the report reportedly has introduced a few positive provisions as well, including mandatory disclose if users' data has been passed on to a third party, the blank cheque of relaxations given to the Centre for collecting and using personal and non-personal data is a matter of grave concern. Guest: Vakasha Sachdev, The Quint's Legal Editor Host and Producer: Himmat Shaligram Editor: Shelly Walia Music: Big Bang Fuzz Listen to The Big Story podcast on: Apple: https://apple.co/2AYdLIl Saavn: http://bit.ly/2oix78C Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2ntMV7S Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2IyLAUQ Deezer: http://bit.ly/2Vrf5Ng Castbox: http://bit.ly/2VqZ9ur
Voters have given Prime Minister Scott Morrison a net performance rating of minus nine per cent, ahead of a difficult fortnight for the government. Forty-nine per cent of voters surveyed in the Resolve poll, conducted for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, said Mr Morrison was doing a poor job as Prime Minister, while 40 per cent said he was doing a good job. It comes as two government senators and one lower-house MP threaten to withhold support for bills before Parliament unless the government moves to end state vaccine mandates. If maverick MP George Christensen makes good on his threat, the government could struggle to pass laws including its religious freedom bill. Today on Please Explain, chief political correspondent David Crowe joins Bianca Hall to discuss what's ahead for the final two sitting weeks of Parliament for the year. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As most of you know, Erin is taking a break to deal with her mental health and we ask for love and support as she takes this time off. This week, Mary Payne is joined by Kimberly of A Date with Dateline podcast to talk about this week's Life After Lockup episode (I Plead the Fifth). We talk about the shocking twist that was Lacey/Shane/John! What happened there or do we even want to know? We are still advocating for Derrick to have a spin off though we don't love him encouraging Daonte to crash a wedding. MP is still rooting for Britney and Ray but Kimberly isn't such a big fan of Brit. We also loved Mama Dianne's grilling of Ray. She was really getting in there! We want Puppy to just turn herself in and not run off with High As A Kite Eric! And, our heart breaks for Shawn's kids as he takes care of Abby and talks about a possible new baby with Sara. Take a listen to A Date With Dateline anywhere you get your podcasts and follow them on Instagram @datedateline and Twitter @datedateline.Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @pinkshadepod and TikTok @pinkshadepodcastJoin our Hey Bunkie on Patreon for Erin & Mary Payne's bonus show recaps every week: www.patreon.com/heybunkieJoin our Pink Shade Patreon for extra chats, recaps of documentaries, book reviews, true crime, personal stories & more: www.Patreon.com/pinkshadeJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadeVisit the Pink Shade MERCH STORE – Hey Bunkie & Pink Shade logo items (Plus tons of 90 Day & LALU merch, Real Housewives items & more!) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 234 of the John1911 Podcast: Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted. The “state” will try to destroy you. The Seekins HAVAK HIT rifle. M&P in 10mm. Textron out of NGSW program? Remington flees NY. Jumping Bullwinkle. Riots: First Ferguson, No Louis Vuitton. Looks like Russia might invade Ukraine. Marky John1911.com ”Shooting Guns & Having Fun”
In this hour: - Smith & Wesson's Corey Beaudreau talks about the new M&P 10mm M2.0 - Sometimes the answer to a gun that's not accurate is to give it to a competent gunsmith - He helped a woman sell a car, so she gave him two guns Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 11.21.21 Hour 3
In this episode, we chat about the Kyle Rittenhouse and McMichael-Bryan trials. If only we had a theory that could help us critically analyze the role that race is playing in these cases and our legal system more broadly...wait. We also chat about the Howard University student protests and how important it is not to allow very real problems with higher education funding to turn into an anti-black critique of HBCUs. Finally, we wrap up by chatting about Summer Walker's recent album Still Over It, which features the long sought after "Ciara's Prayer," and MP and Tee Chin run into a couple of issues picking their prayer...how about Oprah's Prayer?
Coordenador do Gaeco - Segurança Alimentar, promotor Alcindo Bastos, fala sobre a operação do MP que busca desarticular esquema que vendia carne de cavalo para hamburguerias da Serra
This week, Mary Payne chats with reality producers Johnathan Walton and Aliza Rosen about their hit podcast, Queen of the Con. This podcast covers Mair Smyth, a master con artist who stole money from Johnathan, who was just one of her many victims covering multiple states (and countries!) MP talks to Aliza and Johnathan about how they decided to make this podcast, what constitutes a psychopath and the current state of the case! It's a fascinating story... and it's not over yet. Listen to Queen of the Con anywhere you get your podcasts. Check out Johnathan's website about Mair Smyth https://johnathanwalton.com/ and the Instagram account about the podcast @queenoftheconCheck out Aliza on Instagram at @ayr_mediaFollow us on Twitter & Instagram @pinkshadepod and TikTok @pinkshadepodcastJoin our Hey Bunkie on Patreon for Erin & Mary Payne's bonus show recaps every week: www.patreon.com/heybunkieJoin our Pink Shade Patreon for extra chats, recaps of documentaries, book reviews, true crime, personal stories & more: www.Patreon.com/pinkshadeJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadeVisit the Pink Shade MERCH STORE – Hey Bunkie & Pink Shade logo items (Plus tons of 90 Day & LALU merch, Real Housewives items & more!) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is a story about how quickly politics changes. Gemma Doyle was elected the MP for her hometown in 2010 with a massive majority. Then the 2014 independence referendum happened, upending Scottish politics. A year later Gemma lost her seat to the SNP on a 34% swing. Then Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party. This is a refreshingly honest account of what it's like to be a Labour politician of this generation. Gemma worked for Labour in government, became an MP in opposition and saw British politics completely transform. No longer an MP, she is still involved with the party and she explains why, when others left, she decided to stay. Follow Gemma on Twitter: @gemmacdoyle NEW GUESTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE POLITICAL PARTY LIVE: 22 Nov: Anthony Scaramucci6 Dec: Jeremy Hunt20 Dec: Christmas Special with Jacob Rees-Mogg, Rosena Allin-Khan and MP410 Jan: Neil Kinnock Buy tickets to The Political Party, live at The Duchess Theatre including the opening night with THE MOOCH on Monday 22 November here: https://www.nimaxtheatres.com/shows/the-political-party-with-matt-forde/ Email the show: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Matt on Twitter: @mattforde See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There's been a heated row in parliament today about MP's taking on second jobs... Adam and Laura chat it through. The BBC's Sima Kotecha and her mum, Hansa, are back! We discuss the huge public reaction to former Yorkshire cricketer, Azeem Rafiq's, emotional testimony on Tuesday. And the cost of living has surged at its fastest pace in almost 10 years. Another friend of the pod, Bloomberg's Lizzy Burden, explains how it's affecting everything from crisps to second-hand cars. Today's Newscast was made by Sam Bonham with Georgia Coan and Alix Pickles. The studio director was Cassie Galpin. The editor was Jonathan Aspinwall.
In another desperate U-Turn Boris Johnson has accepted there should be a limit put on MP’s second jobs. His backbenchers aren’t best pleased. Will Johnson’s out-of-touch MPs lock in Westminster sleaze? With Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial.
William Tyrell's foster mother now a person of interest in his disappearance, anxious wait for Forbes community as floodwaters rise and Former labor MP arrested on fraud charges. Welcome to News with The Sydney Morning Herald, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Sydney everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Sydney Morning Herald brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia's most authoritative newsroom. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The results of all the bypolls held in 29 assembly seats and three Lok Sabha seats are in. The Trinamool Congress swept all four assembly seats in West Bengal with Udayan Guha winning the Dinhata seat, previously held by the BJP, by a margin of 1,63,005 votes.Meanwhile, the Congress party swept the Himachal and Rajasthan bypolls. The party wrested the Mandi Lok Sabha seat from the BJP and won all three assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh. In Rajasthan, the party won both the Dhariawad and Vallabhnagar assembly constituencies with margins of 18,725 and 20,606 votes, respectively. It also reclaimed Madhya Pradesh's Raigaon, a traditional BJP seat, after 31 years, besides bagging one seat each in Karnataka and Maharashtra. However, it lost Jobat, a reserved ST seat, and the Prithvipur assembly seat in MP to the BJP, which also retained its Khandwa Lok Sabha seat. The BJP-led alliance claimed victory in all five assembly seats in Assam. The saffron party also wrested Telangana's Huzurabad from the ruling TRS, while securing a win in Karnataka's Sindagi. Rohit Jayaraman, our resident political expert, breaks down the significance of the by poll elections and what they portend for the coming elections.
The National Party is distancing itself from a former MP who has questioned the effectiveness of the Covid vaccine in a lengthy video that has been labelled dangerous. Matt King was National's MP in Northland last term, and hosted a talk with discredited epidemiologist Simon Thornley. Thornley's colleague says he's talking nonsense, and Judith Collins says her former workmate's views are his own. Nita Blake-Persen reports.
Fundraising and philanthropy make a lot of people very uncomfortable. A big part of that is our discomfort with money generally, but a lot of it is how our sector and philanthropy have been structured and the power systems it upholds.Our sector faces challenges related to power, change, and resource redistribution for impact. In today's episode, Yonis Hassan, Co-Founder, and CEO of The Justice Fund discusses one of his biggest challenges with the philanthropic sector - the hoarding of money in foundations. According to the Justice Fund's most recent campaign, Move The Money, charitable foundations in Canada are holding onto over $85 billion dollars in charitable assets. If distributed, this money would create transformative change in providing security and proper access to opportunities and long-term resources to underserved communities. Join the conversation as Yonis shares why the time to use this money is now. It's time to call for change.Myths that Yonis wants us to walk away from:Preserving a foundation's capital over a long time is in the best interest of the public. It's not. There's going to be more money coming into this sector. There's going to be more innovation, more creativity, and more risk-taking. Yonis urges the charitable sector to use the abundance of taxpayer's assets in a timely manner when we have a plethora of crises facing our communities. Small nonprofits cannot make big changes in the philanthropy sector. Whether you are a grassroots organization, an unincorporated organization, a volunteer, a board member, someone who just donates to organizations, there will be an opportunity for you to speak up around these issues. Yonis' thoughts around reforming philanthropy: Changing the status quo. The foundations and funds in our sector have amassed a total of $85 billion. Reforming philanthropy entails leveraging the abundance of these assets to have a greater impact and serve the most vulnerable communities, especially during times of crisis.Stepping up as a collective sector. We must act collectively and have an open discussion about charitable laws and how they contribute to discrimination and continued oppression of indigenous communities in order to mobilize resources that will improve the situation of the vulnerable populations. It's time to speak up. Yonis encouraged the philanthropic community to speak up. Whether it's speaking with your municipal council or your MP or MPP, your donors, or your board members, stand up and urge them to take action and make these legislative reforms.Favorite Quotes from Today's EpisodePost your favorite quote on social media to share with us!“With over $85 billion of charitable assets in this country, we can be using that to invest in affordable housing, to invest in climate financing, to invest in transit, to invest in cooperatives, but we choose nKeela - CRM Buyer's Guide The idea of buying nonprofit technology can be a daunting task. But not if you're armed with the right resource! Keela's complete guide will help you evaluate your needs and shortlist CRM vendors so you can invest in the right tool for your organization for 2022 and beyond. Our organizations are only as successful as the resources we can bring to them. Our missions, our desire to have ripples of impact throughout the world, to do good and pave change in society requires us to step up and raise money. If you are a reluctant fundraiser or work with someone who is, order Raise It! today.Raise It! Book Order Raise it! The Reluctant Fundraiser's Guide To Raising Money Without Selling Your SoulSupport the show (https://paypal.me/smallnonprofit)
Geoffrey Cox is the latest MP to come under fire over his extra earnings for legal work outside of his parliamentary duties. It follows the resignation of MP Owen Paterson after he was found to have breached lobbying rules, as well as criticism over the way the government awarded Covid-related contracts. Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian discuss the ethics of MPs' side-gigs and why the row is such a headache for Boris Johnson. Then in You Ask Us, a listener asks whether it would be workable or desirable to tie MP salaries to the median national income. If you have a question for You Ask Us, email email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Heather Hansman is a Seattle-based writer and editor, as well as the author of the excellent new book "Powder Days: Ski Bums, Ski Towns, and the Future of Chasing Snow." Longtime listeners will remember Heather's first appearance on the podcast, when we discussed her book "Downriver," one of my favorite books about the complicated subject of water in the West. Heather has an uncanny ability to distill complex, sometimes-messy topics into fun-to-read narratives that are equally educational and entertaining. And she's done it once again with "Powder Days"-- it's a thoughtful and thorough examination of ski culture, the ski industry, and the myriad of challenges that can accompany life in ski communities. - Heather was born and raised on the east coast, but headed West immediately after college, where she spent many winters living and working in ski towns throughout the Rocky Mountains. She eventually left the ski bum lifestyle behind to pursue a career in journalism but has remained closely connected to skiing and the ski culture for all of her adult life. Given her professional success as a journalist and her personal love of skiing, Heather is uniquely qualified to offer this nuanced, in-depth look at skiing and its impact on the culture, economy, and environment of mountain towns throughout the United States. - Heather and I connected a few days before "Powder Days'" publication date to talk about the book and the many important topics that it addresses. We start out discussing why she chose to write a book about the ski industry, and how the many issues and challenges facing ski communities are representative of broader issues facing the American West. We discuss the history of skiing in the United States and how the industry has grown and transformed over the past 70+ years. We discuss income inequality in ski towns, as well as the prevalence of mental health and substance abuse problems that often plague these communities. We discuss the psychological profiles of sensation-seeking skiers, the big business of skiing and ski resorts, equity in outdoor recreation, climate change's effect on skiing, and much more. - Whether you're a skier or not, I highly recommend you check out "Powder Days." It's a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the economic and social forces shaping the modern-day American West. And for more information on Heather, you can check out our first episode-- there's a link in the episode notes. - Big thanks to Heather for writing yet another wonderful book, and thanks to all of you for listening. Enjoy! --- Heather Hansman "Powder Days" by Heather Hansman Heather's first M&P episode Full episode notes and links: https://mountainandprairie.com/heather-hansman-2/ --- TOPICS DISCUSSED: 4:30 - Why Heather chose to write a book about skiing 8:00 - "Ski bum" defined 12:00 - Heather's time as a ski bum and when she decided to leave that world 15:00 - The psychological profile of obsessed skiers 18:00 - The appeal of seeking adventure in the mountains 19:40 - History of the ski industry in the US 23:00 - Changes in the business of skiing 27:00 - Extreme economic inequality in ski towns 30:30 - What is the future of economic sustainability in ski towns 33:30 -Gini coefficient and more on inequality 38:20 - Climate change and the ski industry 41:30 - Predicting the future of skiing related to climate 43:00 - Feeling that came with revisiting the ski world 45:00 - The need for ski bums to engage in the community 48:30 - Booze and mental health in mountain communities 51:20 - Goals and reasons for writing this book 55:00 - Heather's current projects 56:00 - Good books --- ABOUT MOUNTAIN & PRAIRIE: Mountain & Prairie - All Episodes Mountain & Prairie Shop Mountain & Prairie on Instagram Upcoming Events About Ed Roberson Support Mountain & Prairie Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts
In this week's episode, host Steve Anglesey hears listeners thoughts on MPs having second jobs and their answers as to what second jobs they would like to see Boris Johnson and his cabinet occupying in an ideal world. Former minister for Europe, former MP and Theresa May's de facto deputy David Lidington joins the podcast to discuss this timely issue further and the government's impatience with the rules. The New European journalist Clár Ní Chonghaile shares her thoughts on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a decades-old debt and the government's misdirection and inaction on the issue. Plus, Roger Helmer, Mark Pawsey MP and Ann Widdecombe all feature in the Hall of Shame this week. Enjoyed this episode? Let us know by tweeting @TheNewEuropean
This week, Mungi speaks with Dr. Jean Augustine, the first Black woman to be elected to Canada's House of Commons. They discuss Dr. Augustine's life's work consisting of service, advocacy, and activism; and she shares what her experience was like as the first Black woman MP and some of the successes she has had. They also speak about intersectionality and the loneliness that occurs when your identity is not represented. With several institutions named after her, including the Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women's Empowerment, Dr. Augustine speaks about the importance of ensuring that she is a role model for the youth and what she expects of them. The Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women's Empowerment was started in 2014 by Dr. Jean Augustine after seeing a specific need in the community to create a space where young women and girls could thrive and be supported to reach their full potential. The Centre offers virtual STEM activities — including coding, social entrepreneurship, and academic programs for girls aged 7-17.……..Visit mungingomane.coFollow Mungi on InstagramFollow The Brand is Female on Instagram
On top of his £82K MP salary, last year Geoffrey Cox earned a million pounds as a lawyer. His most lucrative job: representing a tax haven in the Caribbean. Tonight’s #TyskySour is all about MP’s greed. With Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani.
Episode 131 of The Michael Anthony Show sees MA discuss the sex industry with escort and dominatrix Charlotte Rose. The former MP candidate has led a unique life as heard throughout the show, with a variety of topics delved into.Tune in.Support the show (https://open.spotify.com/show/0sP68DtD7qCl4Rs2wGKJD4)
We chat with Pete Buttigieg, the US transportation secretary about today's draft COP26 climate change agreement, life as a working parent in the US and the MP sleaze row. Also, a new study suggests that the best time to get to sleep is between 10pm and 11pm. So, when are you meant to listen to Newscast? Dr Nerina, the sleep expert, knows when to put your head down. Zzzzzzzzz. Today's Newscast was made by Ben Cooper and Alix Pickles. Michael Regaard is the studio director. Sam Bonham is the assistant editor.
Ethiopia's Somali region leader Mustefe Omer says he is ready to confront on the government side TPLF and allied troops. Facebook takes down social media accounts linked with Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in Sudan. Liberian living in the coastal informal settlement of West Point tells how extreme weather is eroding the land and swallowing their homes. And Malawi's first albino MP tells us how he plans to improve the lives of albino people in the country.
Westminster is once again in crisis, amid the chaos surrounding the Owen Paterson lobbying affair. The MP was found to have broken the rules and was meant to be suspended, but MPs voted to overturn the system rather than suspend their colleague, only to then U-turn the next day. Mr Paterson maintains he did nothing wrong but has resigned his seat. The crisis has thrown up questions that have been asked before: should MPs be lobbyists? Should MPs have second jobs? Who should oversee the conduct of MPs? Who should be allowed a seat in the Lords? Is the Prime Minister shirking responsibility or are his poll numbers immune to scandal? Correspondent Paul McNamara discusses what exactly Owen Paterson did, whether the system is broken, and what this all tells us about not just what MPs are up to, but what this government thinks it can and cannot get away with.
Like the show? Like reading books? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon) at the 'solidarity' level and you'll be. in the NLR Bookclub, w/ a Verso book delivered to you each month! Vaccine politics plays a part in who's in and who's out in the ‘shadow cabinet', opening the door for the PPC and Maxime Bernier to pick off a MP. When will this all be behind us? Then, we're joined in the CUPE Ontario Union Hall by Fred Hahn, President of CUPE Ontario to discuss the political theatre by Doug Ford on minimum wage and the economic statement for the province's future. https://twitter.com/Joe_Roberts01 (Follow Joe on Twitter) https://twitter.com/itsrodgermoran (Follow Rodger on Twitter) _________ Support this podcast
On this episode of Face to Face: NDP MP Blake Desjarlais. Blake was elected as MP for Edmonton Griesbach in the 2021 federal election. From Fishing Lake Metis Settlement in Alberta, Blake is the only Indigenous MP in the province – and the first to be openly Two-Spirit.
The EU says it will impose more sanctions on Belarus because of its treatment of migrants. Thousands of people are at the border trying to get into Poland. Also: Malawi celebrates the election of its first albino MP, and diamonds worn by Marie Antoinette are up for sale.
The Owen Paterson affair has shined a light on the extra paycheques that MPs earn on top of their £80,000 tax-funded salary. In particular Geoffrey Cox, whose outside legal work is reported to bring him in six figures on a regular basis. But is there an argument to be made for allowing elected officials to receive a second income? Max Jeffery is joined by Katy Balls and James Forsyth to ponder this very question. 'On principle, I think MPs continuing to earn money from their former professions or former trades is acceptable. They're not trading on the fact that they are an MP.' - James Forsyth Subscribe to The Spectator today and get a £20 Amazon gift voucher: www.spectator.co.uk/voucher And stay on top of all the day's news with our Evening Blend Newsletter: www.spectator.co.uk/blend
Welcome to another episode of Gears 'n Beers, streamed live on the LSLF Website , Facebook page, and Youtube every other Wednesday night at 8:30 CST. Tonight we talk about Hornady issuing a vaccine mandate for their employees(7:35), the Alec Baldwin shooting, our thoughts on it, and what will come from it(19.23), answer a ridiculous write in question(41.50), Crye Precision has a patent on an MP& style firearm chambered in 300 Blackout(48:00), the new Aviator Arms X1(1:02:45), and of course our Cool Gear Under $50 segment(1:13:46). Make sure to tune in live for the next one on 11-10-21 on our website, Facebook or Youtube, join in on the conversation, and have cold brew or two with us! Help support the show and get some great perks on our SubscribeStar
Żyjemy w świecie pełnym paradoksów. Jesteśmy obecnie najbardziej połączeni w historii ludzkości, a jednocześnie najbardziej samotni. Post MP 160: Osamotnieni w świecie nieograniczonych kontaktów pojawił się poraz pierwszy w Mariusz Chrapko.
He shot to fame as a teenage punk star from Derry, enjoyed hits as a solo artist and later worked behind the scenes for years in the music industry. But now Feargal Sharkey is enjoying a belated second burst of fame as a leading voice in the campaign against river and waterway pollution. His life-long love of fly fishing has led to a deep knowledge of the chalk streams of Southern England, and now Sharkey finds himself being quoted with approval in parliament by MP's and peers. Adrian Goldberg talks to those who know him well, and hears about cigarette smuggling, stag dos – and a decidedly PRIVATE private life. Presenter: Adrian Goldberg Producer: Ben Crighton
Owen Paterson has resigned as an MP after being embroiled in a lobbying row. Allies of the Prime Minister have blamed the Chief Whip, Mark Spencer, for the fiasco, while other Tory MPs are fuming at the Prime Minister's miscalculation. How did Boris not realise the potential backlash? Katy Balls speaks to James Forsyth and Isabel Hardman. On the podcast, James says: 'It was really obvious how the press, the public, the opposition, were going to react to the Tory party trying to upend the standards rules and stay a guilty verdict against one of their own MPs. This is not an unexpected reaction to that kind of action.' The team also talk about the resignation of Yorkshire Cricket Club Chairman Roger Hutton, who quit after the club's board refused to accept racism allegations from former player Azeem Rafiq. Isabel says: 'There's a cut-through between politics and cricket here. You have these cultures of people who are not prepared to have their behaviour questioned, who are not prepared to have their institution questioned.' If you enjoy the episode, and want more political analysis from The Spectator, subscribe to Isabel Hardman's Evening Blend newsletter: https://www.spectator.co.uk/blend
The government has performed a spectacular U-turn over the controversial blocking of Conservative MP Owen Paterson's suspension for breaching lobbying rules.Ailbhe Rea is joined by New Statesman's deputy online editor Rachel Cunliffe and Tim Durrant from the Institute for Government to discuss the scandal as it unfolds. What is the damage for the government and parliament more generally?This was recorded before Owen Paterson announced his resignation as MP.Then in You Ask Us, to what end does Boris Johnson appropriate (or misappropriate) the classics?If you have a question for “You Ask Us” please email firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
At the beginning of the show, Mary Payne explains why Erin is taking a break again. MP is joined by Producer Ingrid to briefly discuss Vanderpump Rules, Real Housewives of Potomac, Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. We go deep into episode 4 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion! Follow Producer Ingrid on Instagram at @ingridonstrings and on Twitter at @ingridinDCFollow us on Twitter & Instagram @pinkshadepod and TikTok @pinkshadepodcastJoin our Hey Bunkie on Patreon for Erin & Mary Payne's bonus show recaps every week: www.patreon.com/heybunkieJoin our Pink Shade Patreon for extra chats, recaps of documentaries, book reviews, true crime, personal stories & more: www.Patreon.com/pinkshadeJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadeVisit the Pink Shade MERCH STORE – Hey Bunkie & Pink Shade logo items (Plus tons of 90 Day & LALU merch, Real Housewives items & more!) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Why is Memoria Press Christian? Why have we chosen to teach and publish from an ecumenical perspective? What is a cosmology and how does it differ from a worldview? Today the table sits down to talk about Memoria Press' Christian perspective on the world of education. You'll hear about how a Christian worldview forms our perspective, how we organize our curriculum to teach from a position of Christian truth, and the importance of the parent's role in guiding their children in faith. In this season of Classical Et Cetera, Shane sits down with a panel of MP's finest to talk about our core beliefs, tenets, and pillars of education. Join Tanya, Martin, and Paul for this episode on the significance of a Christian education and why we have humbled ourselves before the throne of God, to teach in humility and faith.
Chloe Brotheridge (@chloebrotheridge) is hypnotherapist, mentor and coach at www.calmer-you.com and the host of The Calmer You Podcast (1.8 million downloads and counting) . She's the best-selling author of The Anxiety Solution and The Confidence Solution. WHAT WE CHAT ABOUT -Setting boundaries around phone time -The pros and cons of social media -Managing pressure and overwhelm -Suffering panic attacks in teen years -How meditation isn't always the answer -Processing anxiety through body work -The link between food and stress -How hypnotherapy works and its benefits -The process of writing two books -Battling with imposter syndrome and facing criticism -Cultivating a work/life balance HOSTS Adam Husler (@adamhusler) & Holly Husler (@iamhollyhusler). Follow us @thehuslers PERKS $150 off Hydrow with code ADAM 10% off Liforme yoga mats with affiliate code HUSLER 55% during sale on the MP website with affiliate code THEHUSLERS 25% off our online platform with code THEHUSLERS25 (25% off single 12 month membership or reoccurring monthly membership until cancellation) Notes available at honestlyunbalanced.com
Tory MP Owen Paterson was found to have breached MP lobbying rules by an independent standards committee. The Tory response: abolish the committee and replace it with a new one! With Michael Walker, Lloyd Russell-Moyle and Adrienne Buller.
Mary Payne & Erin recap this week's 90DF TOW, which highlights just how savage Mother Sumit can be (and we're here for it). Erin wonders if Sumit's hair is trying to reach the grease level of Jenny's, and MP would like a specific roach count in their filthy kitchen. Two Bunkie Trademarks emerge this week as MP described Ari's look and Erin discusses Binyam's sisters loving to torture her. Property Brother's Mouth - PBM (TM), and Other Peoples' Sisters - OPS (TM). Also, MP & Erin officially declare they are LEVEL 10 SKEEVED OUT by SteVen with a V. Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @pinkshadepod and TikTok @pinkshadepodcast(Keep your expectations low for Tik-Tok!)Join Hey Bunkie on Patreon for our bonus show recaps every week: www.patreon.com/heybunkieJoin our Pink Shade Patreon for extra chats, recaps of documentaries, book reviews, true crime, personal stories & more: www.Patreon.com/pinkshadeJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadeVisit the Pink Shade MERCH STORE – Hey Bunkie & Pink Shade logo items (Plus tons of 90 Day & LALU merch, Real Housewives items & more!) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MP and Erin dive into this week's Love After Lockup episode, Poly Problems. Yes, we are concerned about Nicolle Sr's “jitters” and how Tia is slowly becoming The Godfather. This Lacey and Shane fakery is annoying to us but not as annoying as the fakery of Britney and Ray's scenes. We feel for Kristianna's mom, Tammy, and pray the demons let go of Terra so she can object at the wedding! And like last week, we can't get enough of Lisa's deadpan stare at the camera like Jim from the Office!Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @pinkshadepod and TikTok @pinkshadepodcastJoin Hey Bunkie on Patreon for our bonus show recaps every week: www.patreon.com/heybunkieJoin our Pink Shade Patreon for extra chats, recaps of documentaries, book reviews, true crime, personal stories & more: www.Patreon.com/pinkshadeJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadeVisit the Pink Shade MERCH STORE – Hey Bunkie & Pink Shade logo items (Plus tons of 90 Day & LALU merch, Real Housewives items & more!) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.