Imagine trading your comfortable desk job for the unpredictable world of finance - that's precisely the leap our guest, Allen Mueller, founder of Seven Saturdays Financial, took. Allen found his calling in the movement of FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early), transitioning from engineering to corporate finance, and launching his firm in the midst of a pandemic. He shares the incredible journey he undertook to gain control over his time and carve a path towards financial independence.In the second phase of our chat, Allen gets candid about the initial struggles he faced in growing his business. He recounts the pivotal moment of investing in a sales training course during a business dry spell, which sparked remarkable growth and set a course for future expansion. We also touched on a critical discussion about the role of transparent pricing and reducing conflicts through flat fee models in financial advisory. Strap in for fascinating insights from a man who dared to break the mould, chase financial independence, and navigate the world of financial planning on his terms.https://www.linkedin.com/in/allenrmuellerTwitter: @7Saturdaysaweek
Randy Mueller joins Baskin & Phelps to discuss the Cleveland Browns, why he thinks the Browns defense is one of the best in the NFL, why he saw more from Deshaun Watson in the Browns win over the Titans, and why the Browns offense will be based on the running game, play-action, and Watson's legs.
Baskin & Phelps talk with Randy Mueller about the Browns, followed by reaction to Mueller's take on Deshaun Watson shaking off the rust, and why the Browns defense has been successful to open the year.
What's Next With DataThe Big ThemesBusiness and IT convergence: IT and business operations are increasingly converging. CEOs and executives are recognizing the critical role of technology in achieving strategic business objectives. Juergen is seeing more and more "fusion teams" where IT and business come together.Generative AI impact: Generative AI is a transformative technology with significant implications across industries. Businesses are exploring how generative AI can enhance operations, decision-making, and create entirely new opportunities. Business that are still on-prem may see the advent of Gen AI as a pressing reason to move onto the cloud.Data management and data access: Effective data management is necessary for leveraging generative AI and other advanced technologies. SAP's Datasphere is an answer for remote data access and federation. The Big Quote: "No customer I'm aware of is successful with the central data lake. The efforts of bringing data together in their heterogeneous application landscape are just too big. And therefore, we firmly believe that data federation will be the prevailing method of accessing data."
Jeff Mueller (@jmthrivept), Doctor of Physical Therapy, hosts the Destination Devy Injury Podcast, covering all of the injuries we are monitoring as we head into week 3 of the 2023 NFL season. This week we cover key players including Joe Burrow, CJ Stroud, Anthony Richardson, Jaylen Waddle, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Nick Chubb, and more! For ALL of our picks, Bets, from us and other sharp cappers. Head on over to Dubclub and sign up for our Premium Package $10 off for the first month! Sign Up
In Episode 7 Kelli Soika and Lynn Morstead visit with Jane Mueller, a founding member of Mission Peak Cohousing Village, a forming cohousing community in Fremont, CA. The community is the first cohousing in their town, a walkable and bikeable area located in the East Bay, near San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland. The community will have a large Common House and room for gardening and other community activities.Listen in to learn more.For more information about Mission Peak Cohousing Village, please visit their website at Mission Peak Cohousing. They have regular online "Learn Abouts," meetings where you can get more information about the project and, if you're in the area, they also hold site visits. For more information about cohousing in Houston, please check out our website at www.cohousinghouston.com. Let us know if you have any comments or ideas by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris and Rob take San Diego Padres pitcher Blake Snell to task for pulling himself in the middle of a no-hitter and debate whether or not a relegation system would be good for college football. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to discuss Justin Fields' disparaging comments about the Chicago Bears coaching staff, the inexact science that is quarterback evaluation and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wednesday, September 20th, 2023Today, in the Hot Notes: Hunter Biden is set to plead not guilty to the special counsel gun charges; Rudy Giuliani's lawyer is suing him for $1.4M; Ray Epps is charged by the Department of Justice for his role in the insurrection on January 6th; Tuberville threatens to subpoena the VA if it doesn't hand over medical records on reproductive health care; Elon Musk is under federal criminal investigation in the Southern District of New York for tax fraud; Governor Shapiro announces automatic voter registration in Pennsylvania; plus Allison and Dana deliver your Good News.AG Hosts The First Ever Live AMA on the Post network! Tonight, 9/20 at 5PM Pacific / 8PM Eastern. Mueller, She Wrote on Post Want some sweet Daily Beans Merchhttps://shop.dailybeanspod.com/Check out other MSW Media podcastshttps://mswmedia.com/shows/Follow AG and Dana on Social MediaDr. Allison Gill Follow Mueller, She Wrote on Posthttps://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrotehttps://twitter.com/dailybeanspodhttps://www.tiktok.com/@muellershewrotehttps://instagram.com/muellershewroteDana Goldberghttps://twitter.com/DGComedyhttps://www.instagram.com/dgcomedyhttps://www.facebook.com/dgcomedyPromo CodeFor 20% off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners! Go to https://www.helxsleep.com/dailybeans and use code HELIXPARTNER.Google Doc of legislation threatening trans people and their families:LGBTQ+ Legislative TrackingHave some good news; a confession; or a correction?Good News & Confessions - The Daily BeansListener Survey:http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=shortFollow the Podcast on Apple:The Daily Beans on Apple PodcastsWant to support the show and get it ad-free and early?https://dailybeans.supercast.techOrhttps://patreon.com/thedailybeansOr subscribe on Apple Podcasts with our affiliate linkThe Daily Beans on Apple Podcasts
Tuesday, September 19th, 2023Today, in the Hot Notes: More obstruction of justice in the Mar-a-Lago documents case; Jeffrey Clark didn't show up to his hearing today in his bid to remove his Fulton County case to federal court; House Democrats press for cameras in federal courts; Hunter Biden has filed a lawsuit against the IRS; Kenneth Chesebro has filed a motion to quash one of the Fulton County charges against him arguing that the fraudulent electors were duly elected and certified; Jann Wenner has been removed from his position on the board of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for racist and sexist statements; 7 Americans have returned home from being wrongfully imprisoned in Iran; Trump attacks liberal Jews on Rosh Hashanah; plus Allison and Dana deliver your Good News.Our Guest Michael Harriot:Black AF History The Un-Whitewashed Story of Americahttps://www.michaelharriot.comhttps://twitter.com/michaelharriotDrapetomaniax Podcast AG's Live AMA on the Post network! Wednesday, 9/20 at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern. Mueller, She Wrote on Post Want some sweet Daily Beans Merchhttps://shop.dailybeanspod.com/Check out other MSW Media podcastshttps://mswmedia.com/shows/Follow AG and Dana on Social MediaDr. Allison Gill Follow Mueller, She Wrote on Posthttps://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrotehttps://twitter.com/dailybeanspodhttps://www.tiktok.com/@muellershewrotehttps://instagram.com/muellershewroteDana Goldberghttps://twitter.com/DGComedyhttps://www.instagram.com/dgcomedyhttps://www.facebook.com/dgcomedyOur SponsorHead to policygenius.com to get your free life insurance quotes.Google Doc of legislation threatening trans people and their families:LGBTQ+ Legislative TrackingHave some good news; a confession; or a correction?Good News & Confessions - The Daily BeansFrom the Good NewsOllaspice.comzoesdezzerts.comListener Survey:http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=shortFollow the Podcast on Apple:The Daily Beans on Apple PodcastsWant to support the show and get it ad-free and early?https://dailybeans.supercast.techOrhttps://patreon.com/thedailybeansOr subscribe on Apple Podcasts with our affiliate linkThe Daily Beans on Apple Podcasts
Monday, September 18th, 2023Today, in the Hot Notes: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been acquitted on all impeachment charges, but only after Trump allies pressure State Senate Republicans to exonerate him; data shows that lying to ATF on gun purchase forms is rarely prosecuted; Judge Middlebrooks bench slaps Donald Trump's attempt to re-litigate his previously sanctioned lawsuit against HRC and 30 other defendants citing the durham report as “new evidence”; Kevin McCarthy's brother in law got $7.6M in government contracts; investigative journalists uncover ties between Alabama's SCOTUS defying redistricting maps and the Leonard Leo dark money network; former Attorney General Edwin Meese writes a stupid letter in support of Jeffrey Clark; plus Allison delivers your Good News.Dana is out and about.Live AMA on the Post network. Wednesday, 9/20 at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern. Mueller, She Wrote on PostWant some sweet Daily Beans Merchhttps://shop.dailybeanspod.com/Check out other MSW Media podcastshttps://mswmedia.com/shows/Follow AG and Dana on Social MediaDr. Allison Gill Follow Mueller, She Wrote on Posthttps://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrotehttps://twitter.com/dailybeanspodhttps://www.tiktok.com/@muellershewrotehttps://instagram.com/muellershewroteDana Goldberghttps://twitter.com/DGComedyhttps://www.instagram.com/dgcomedyhttps://www.facebook.com/dgcomedyPromo CodeFor 20% off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners! Go to https://www.helxsleep.com/dailybeans and use code HELIXPARTNER.Google Doc of legislation threatening trans people and their families:LGBTQ+ Legislative TrackingHave some good news; a confession; or a correction?Good News & Confessions - The Daily BeansFrom the Good NewsSeptember 14, 2023 Election Results (Unofficial)Listener Survey:http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=shortFollow the Podcast on Apple:The Daily Beans on Apple PodcastsWant to support the show and get it ad-free and early?https://dailybeans.supercast.techOrhttps://patreon.com/thedailybeansOr subscribe on Apple Podcasts with our affiliate linkThe Daily Beans on Apple Podcasts
Jeff Mueller (@jmthrivept), Doctor of Physical Therapy, hosts the Destination Devy Injury Podcast, covering all of the injuries we are monitoring as we head into week 2 of the 2023 NFL season. This week we cover key players including Joe Burrow, CJ Stroud, Aaron Jones, Austin Ekeler, Jerry Jeudy, Diontae Johnson, Darren Waller, Travis Kelce, Mark Andrews, and more! For ALL of our picks, Bets, from us and other sharp cappers. Head on over to Dubclub and sign up for our Premium Package $10 off for the first month! Sign Up
Thank you for tuning into “Starting Small'', a podcast about brand development, entrepreneurship, and innovation in the modern world. In this episode, I am joined by Matthew Mueller, founder and CEO of Knot Standard. Listen as Matthew tells stories about how he developed his idea of high quality clothing that is also accessible. Knot Standard is ranked as the fastest-growing menswear brand in the US. With the mission of accessible and high-quality clothing, Knot Standard strives to craft their clothing to your unique shape, size and preferences. Make sure to check out Knot Standard at: https://www.knotstandard.com/ Visit Starting Small Media: https://startingsmallmedia.org/ Subscribe to exclusive Starting Small emails: https://startingsmallmedia.org/newsletter-signup Follow Starting Small: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/startingsmallpod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Startingsmallpod/?modal=admin_todo_tour LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/cameronnagle Thank you to this episodes mid-break sponsor, Rosendahl Design Group. With activities worldwide, Rosendahl Design Group is your passport to Scandi-chic home decor. Discover the perfect blend of timeless classics and modern sustainability. Transform your living spaces with Rosendahl – because beauty begins at home. Make sure to check them out at https://us.rosendahl.com/
This week is an off week, so I thought I would take it as an opportunity to share another project I work on called Free Agent. As part of my substack newsletter, Art Date, every month I record interviews with artists, writers, musicians, and other creative folk who have stepped outside the traditional career models to carve out their own path. Was it good? Was it bad? I want to hear about it. This episode is an interview I did with a previous guest of The Side Woo, Nicole Mueller of the Beyond The Studio podcast. I interview about hand constructing a mosaic for a large-scale public art project she did in Tempe, AZ. This is definitely more hands on than most artists who hire a fabrication studio to produce their mosaic for them. To watch the video interview and see behind-the-scenes photos, go to https://artdate.substack.com/p/free-agent-nicole-mueller-on-how Right now I am running a promotion. Free Agent interviews are typically for paid subscribers only, but as a way to share what I am learning with a new audience and get people caught up with my archive of interviews, I am offering full access to all my content for the next two months - ending at the end of September. Starting October 1st, if you'd like to check out Free Agent, you can support my Substack at either $6/ month or $50/a year. Or, if you'd like to become a foundational member with a minimum donation of $250/year you'll receive a framed, limited-edition print of one of my paintings. Go to my substack about page to learn more - artdate.substack.com/about If you're a member of Medium.com you can also follow me there as a paid member which is $5/month but gets you unlimited access to all the content on the platform. Find me at medium.com/@sarahthibault I'll be back next week with The Side Woo. I'll be interviewing the wise and talented artist Christopher Martin so stay tuned for that. Thank you for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesidewoo/message
Chris and Rob discuss Team USA Basketball's plans to send ‘The Avengers' (LeBron James, Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Anthony Davis, etc.) to play in the 2024 Olympics and tell us why Jerry Jones calling Dak Prescott ‘the best leader he's ever been around' at the quarterback position was way overboard. Plus, NBA champion and FOX Sports Radio NBA analyst Eddie House swings by to discuss the globalization of basketball and the latest on Damian Lillard's stalled-out trade demands. Later, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller checks in to discuss the fallout from Aaron Rodgers season-ending injury, Daniel Jones' ugly performance in Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Political consultant and author of the forthcoming book Dangerous Company: The Misadventures of a "Foreign Agent" Sam Patten joins to discuss his beginnings in the political world, his time spent overseas as the head of the Moscow office of the International Republican Institute and in Ukraine while working with Paul Manafort. Later, Sam weighs in on the state of Russia's war on Ukraine, discusses the charges that were brought against him during the Mueller investigation for violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act, and shares stories of the life-threatening situations he has lived through while working across the globe. Follow Martha on Twitter: @MarthaMacCallum Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we share Rev. Dr. Steve Mueller's plenariy from the 2022 Worship Arts Leader Initiative (WALi) Summit: Miles to Go and the Tank's on Empty: Wny Ministers Need Ministry. SHOW NOTES Check-out the WALi Summit:
We're diving deeper into the Church's primary mission of making disciples with our guest Gina Mueller, Director of 3DMovements. 3DMovements is a national ministry that's making disciples and helping churches make disciples, and has intimate knowledge not only of the spiritual practices that transform us, but how we can shift ministry cultures to better disciple the people in them using these practices.
For more information:www.susannemueller.biz TEDx Talk, May 12, 2022:Running and Life: 5K Formula for your Success | Susanne Mueller Monday: Podcast “Take it from the Ironwoman” more than 370+ episodesWednesday: Facebook live with "From the Lipstick Leadership Living Room” 1 pm ET (this started in March 2020)Friday: 650+ weekly blogsInstagram: susanne_mueller_nyc / take_it_from_the_ironwomanLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanne-mueller-ma/YouTube: Susanne Mueller: The IronwomanBoth Take it from the Ironwoman and Lipstick Leadership are also books, order them or buy them in your local bookstore. Shop local!Book a time with me for your 1:1 coaching session or group session. Now is the time to elevate your profile, if not now, then when?
Jeff Mueller (@jmthrivept), Doctor of Physical Therapy, hosts the Destination Devy Injury Podcast, covering all of the injuries we are monitoring as we head into week 1 of the 2023 NFL season. This week we cover key players including Joe Burrow, Javonte Williams, Terry McLaurin, Jerry Jeudy, Cooper Kupp, Darren Waller, George Kittle, Mark Andrews, and more! For ALL of our picks, Bets, from us and other sharp cappers. Head on over to Dubclub and sign up for our Premium Package $10 off for the first month! Sign Up
In Hour 2 of Wednesday's edition of The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker, the guys discuss Sean Payton's harsh comments about QB Russell Wilson. Although Wilson's career started off Hall of Fame worthy, the guys believe he's completely diminished his Hall of Fame case with his play in Denver. NFL analyst Randy Mueller joins the show to preview the NFL season, and the guys debate if Deion could ever be an NFL coach.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ready to explore the evolving landscape of modern Christianity? Make sure to tune in for our enlightening conversation with Dr. Steve Mueller, Chief Mission Officer at Concordia University in Irvine, California, as he offers valuable insights about the American church's response to a rapidly changing culture. Learn how Concordia University is preparing students to excel in their vocations and become leaders in the secular marketplace, extending the love of Jesus in every corner of society. This is not just about navigating the darkness in the world; it's about being the beacon of light and hope in it.We also delve into Dr. Mueller's rich career, starting from his days in youth and camp ministry to his current role at Concordia University. Discover the importance of maintaining a connection with parish life, the unique partnership between St Paul's and Concordia, and his takeaways from the recent Lutheran Church Missouri Synod convention. Not to miss, we have also covered some gripping discussions about church politics, the business aspect of the church, and the dynamic relationship between the board of directors and the Concordia University system.Finally, we bring you valuable perspectives on Generation Z, their incredible desire to make a difference, and the pressures they face in today's world. Listen to how Lewis's writings can open hearts and minds to the gospel and the secret of communicating the gospel truth effectively in the current culture. This conversation is sure to inspire you to foster humility, trust, and unity within your church community. So, are you ready to join us on this journey of faith and leadership?JOIN OUR NEW ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM!ENTER CODE - 75ULC2023 for 75% off! Support the showWatch Us On Youtube!
Editor of Sports Collectors Daily.com Rich Mueller joins me to help sort out all the recent news regarding Fantatics, Panini and the NFLPA. We also look at the status of our hobby. In Hobby Happenings Drew Pelto and I review this week's new releases and discuss recent auction results. Send questions and feedback to us at email@example.com
As voted on by patrons, our Summer 2023 Listener Choice episode is all about working with our clients to support effective IEP services related to transition planning. Given the continuing need to support clients, parents, and educational teams in creating meaningful and rewarding adult outcomes after school ends, we take a look at ways this planning can be done best and with a focus on the self-determination and participation of our clients. If you've ever been in an IEP meeting where adults talked about rather than to a student, this episode is for you! This episode is available for 1.0 LEARNING CEU. Wish that CE was free? Subscribe on our Patreon page to see the full recording and get a discount for 100% off your purchase. Articles discussed this episode: Lipscomb, S., Lacoe, J., Liu, A.Y., & Haimson, J. (2018). Preparing for life after high school: The characteristics and experiences of youth in special education. National Center for Education Evaluation. https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/projects/evaluation/disabilities_nlts2012.asp Martin, J.E., Woods, L.L., Sylvester, L., & Gardner, J.E. (2005). A challenge to self-determination: Disagreement between the vocational choices made by individuals with severe disabilities and their caregivers. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 30, 147-153. doi: 10.2511/rpsd.30.3.147 Mueller, T.G., Bassett, D.S., & Brewer, R.D. (2012). Planning for the future: A model for using the principles of transition to guide the development of behavior intervention plans. Intervention in School and Clinic, 48, 38-46. doi: 10.1177/1053451212443130 Howard, M., Reed, A.S., & Francis, G.L. (2020). “It's my meeting!”: Involving high school students with significant disabilities in the Individualized Education Program process. Teaching Exceptional Children, 53, 290-298. doi: 10.1177/0040059920958739 Further Resources: List of Choice-Making/Self-Determination Published Curricula If you're interested in ordering CEs for listening to this episode, click here to go to the store page. You'll need to enter your name, BCBA #, and the two episode secret code words to complete the purchase. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
(00:00-28:10) – Tuesday's show begins on Query and Company with Jake welcoming in James Boyd who is co-hosting from now until 3! The guys discuss which players are most likely to be cut and what they think will happen with Jonathan Taylor. They also look at the depth on the Colts roster, or lack thereof, and how the team could potentially fix that after cutdown day. (28:10-46:08) – We're back from break with Jake asking James if JT will be listed on the PUP or on the active roster once the dust clears from cutdown day. They also discuss further what's available to JT from an options stand point if the Colts don't trade him. (46:09-49:46) – Hour number one ends with Jake sharing his bold prediction that he made on the show yesterday. (49:47-1:16:05) – Former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller stops by to take us through the GM side of 53 man roster cutdown process. Randy shares how you evaluate certain position groups over others and how he feels about acquiring depth along the O-Line. Randy also shares his thoughts on the Jonathan Taylor situation and the likelihood a team trades for him. Plus, Randy gives us his observations from Anthony Richardson, CJ Stroud and Bryce Young during the preseason. (1:16:06-1:32:12) – Mike Jones of The Athletic joins the program to give us the latest news from cutdown day around the NFL. Mike also talks on the Jonathan Taylor situation and why he thinks these negotiations could lead to a watershed moment for running backs everywhere. (1:32:13-1:39:32) – Hour number two closes with a important update on the missing cat from yesterday's show. (1:39:33-2:08:08) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to give us his thoughts on the Colts approach to cutdown day and what he thinks will happen with Jonathan Taylor. Chap also takes us through the injury mystery surrounding JT and if the relationship itself is salvageable. (2:08:09-2:24:18) – Tony East of SI.com joins us to give us the latest on Team USA and Pacers star Tyrese Haliburton in the FIBA World Cup. (2:24:19-2:28:47) – Tuesday's show ends with Jake and James giving final thoughts on cutdown day for the Indianapolis Colts. Plus, James and Jake discuss an update on a shooting that happened at Guaranteed Rate Field, home of the White Sox, on Friday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour two, Mike & Jason chat with former NFL GM & Exec Randy Mueller about constructing an NFL roster, plus they talk Seattle sports w/ KJR's Ian Furness. This podcast is produced by Andy Cole and Greg Balloch.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
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8.23.23 Kevin and Denton discuss the floor for Sam Howell and make comparisons. Kevin takes calls. Randy Mueller, Former NFL GM & Executive, on the NFL storylines and his outlook of the Commanders 2023 season.
Mollie Amkraut Mueller, the CEO and Co-founder of Crew, explains that when employees openly share career goals and managers actively listen and advocate, companies unlock talent at every level. With clarity around skills, passions, and aspirations, managers can fully support team development. Employees feel truly empowered to grow and organizations become environments where talent thrives. Connect with Mollie here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mollieamkraut/ www.joinacrew.com https://www.instagram.com/join.a.crew/ This episode is sponsored by: DirectSuggest: https://www.directsuggest.com/subscribe.php?id=6992 Use Promo Code: HumanHR CultureBot: https://getculturebot.com/humanhr Connect with Traci here: https://linktr.ee/HRTraci Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Disclaimer: Thoughts, opinions, and statements made on this podcast are not a reflection of the thoughts, opinions, and statements of the Company by whom Traci Chernoff is actively employed. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hrtraci/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hrtraci/support
Debbie Mueller is a self professed late-bloomer who is making art her second career. When she is not painting, Debbie is an OB GYN physician and surgeon who considers herself an accidental artist. As a New Englander, Debbie went to medical school in Connecticut and later settled in New Hampshire with her husband and children. Her mother was a hobby painter and she grew up with musical influences, which extended to an interest in dancing. But aside from regular creative outlets as a child she had no aspirations to paint. It was a rainy day on a family vacation that was to change her outlook when her mother encouraged her to spend some time painting. It was the feeling that it gave her that proved her motive and inspiration to continue. Debbie has spent time studying with a number of artists including Peggy Kroll Roberts, Anne Blair Brown, Sarah Sedwick and Julie Davis. She began exhibiting in 2016 and has since shown her work extensively in New England and beyond. Debbie has won numerous awards from Art Guilds to Best in Show and Plein Air Festivals. She is a member of Oil Painters of America, American Women Artists, American Impressionist Society and National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society. This year Debbie has a full schedule of traveling for workshops, exhibitions and plein-air tours.What does Debbie listen to when she paints?‘For the most part, I enjoy the quiet. Or I ask Siri to play music from the 70s.'Host: Chris StaffordFollow @theaartpodcast on InstagramEmail: email@example.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4769409/advertisement
Jeff Mueller (@jmthrivept), Doctor of Physical Therapy, hosts the Destination Devy Injury Podcast, covering all of the injuries we monitor as we head into week 1 of the 2023 NFL season. This week we cover key players including Joe Burrow, Kyler Murray, Breece Hall, Jonathan Taylor, JK Dobbins, Davante Adams, Garrett Wilson, Rashod Bateman, Kyle Pitts, Darren Waller, and many more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Randy Mueller talks to Baskin & Phelps about the 2023 upcoming Browns season, along with discussion about the difficulty of the AFC North, and Dorian Thompson-Robinson's play in the pre-season.
Randy Mueller joins Baskin & Phelps to discuss the Cleveland Browns, why the front office needs to feel some pressure, how the roster in constructed, the key to the Browns success, and why the AFC North is a tough division to play in.
Have you been to a "Favorite Things" party?! It's a get-together all about exchanging awesome little things that people can't live without, and Kristina and Steph apply this concept to this week's discussion. For example, what's their favorite property? And, is there a hidden-gem neighborhood in Austin that's just a bit better than the rest?? For answers to these questions and more info on their favorite client stories and places/things to do in town - listen now!Get in TouchComments, suggestions or feedback? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to hear more from Open House? Follow us on TikTok and check out our website!Please stay tuned for more episodes every Tuesday, and subscribe so you don't miss them! You can find us on Spotify, Stitcher and Apple Podcasts.Related Resources Connect with a Realtor - Austin-area experts with experience house hacking, buying with friends, tiny home construction, and renovationsCome to our office launch party! Designed by Dani KlarićSign up for our "How to Buy a House in Austin" Workshop (August session) - craft cider and Home Slice Pizza, on us!Buying a House With Friends Mini-CourseFirst-Time Home Buyer Mini-CourseHomeschool on YouTube!!!Take our "Are You Ready to Buy a House?" QuizAirbnb Listing: Kristina's Short-Term Rental Home in FloridaCommunity Impact article: "Mueller nears finish line after two decades of development"
Donald Trump has now been indicted four times (though this was recorded before the most recent Georgia indictment). We discuss why this is different from the Mueller investigation, how Trump might escape justice by dragging it out until after the election, and Ulysses S. Grant's view on what happens to people who attempt to overthrow the government, plus some more optimistic news. Enjoy!
Are you feeling overwhelmed about getting your kids ready for back to school? Join Dr. Joy Mueller from Monument Health in Sturgis, and McKenzie Grimm, a CSW-PIPD, as they discuss everything you need to know about getting your kids off to a great start this fall. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On June 21st, the House of Representatives censured Rep. Adam Schiff of California. The House has censured members just 24 times in our nation's history, making Schiff the 25th. In this episode, we'll detail the actions outlined in the censure and let you decide for yourself: Is it a serious abuse of power? Is it a waste of time? Is it a deserved punishment? Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via Support Congressional Dish via (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes The History of Censure U.S. House of Representatives Office of History, Art and Archives. July 22, 2023. Wikipedia. The Durham Report John Durham. May 12, 2023. U.S. Department of Justice. FISA Warrants Rebecca Beitsch. July 21, 2023. The Hill. Andrew Prokop. February 24, 2018. Vox. February 5, 2018. U.S. House of Representatives The Whistleblower Julian E. Barnes et al. October 2, 2019. The New York Times. Julian E. Barnes and Nicholas Fandos. September 17, 2019. The New York Times. Kyle Cheney. September 13, 2019. Politico. Republicans Who Blocked the First Censure Jared Gans. June 16, 2023. The Hill. Senate Campaign Fundraising Jamie Dupree. July 17, 2023. Regular Order. Impeachment Mania Don Wolfensberger. July 10, 2023. The Hill. Alex Gangitano and Brett Samuels. July 1, 2023. The Hill. Rebecca Beitsch and Emily Brooks. June 29, 2023. The Hill. The Resolution Audio Sources June 21, 2023 House Floor June 21, 2023 House Floor Clips 1:15 Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL): With access to sensitive information unavailable to most Members of Congress, and certainly not accessible to the American people, Representative SCHIFF abused his privileges, claiming to know the truth, while leaving Americans in the dark about this web of lies. These were lies so severe that they altered the course of the country forever: the lie that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 Presidential election revealed to be completely false by numerous investigations, including the Durham report; the lie that the Steele dossier—a folder of falsified and since completely debunked collusion accusations funded by the Democratic Party—had any shred of credibility, yet Representative SCHIFF read it into the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD as fact; the lies concocted and compiled in a false memo that was used to lie to the FISA court, to precipitate domestic spying on U.S. citizen, Carter Page, violating American civil liberties. 12:20 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Mr. Speaker, to my Republican colleagues who introduced this resolution, I thank you. You honor me with your enmity. You flatter me with this falsehood. You, who are the authors of a big lie about the last election, must condemn the truthtellers, and I stand proudly before you. Your words tell me that I have been effective in the defense of our democracy, and I am grateful. 13:15 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Donald Trump is under indictment for actions that jeopardize our national security, and MCCARTHY would spend the Nation's time on petty political payback, thinking he can censure or fine Trump's opposition into submission. But I will not yield, not one inch. The cost of the Speaker's delinquency is high, but the cost to Congress of this frivolous and yet dangerous resolution may be even higher, as it represents another serious abuse of power. 14:50 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): This resolution attacks me for initiating an investigation into the Trump campaign's solicitation and acceptance of Russian help in the 2016 election, even though the investigation was first led not by me but by a Republican chairman. 15:10 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): It would hold that when you give internal campaign polling data to a Russian intelligence operative while Russian intelligence is helping your campaign, as Trump's campaign chairman did, that you must not call that collusion, though that is its proper name, as the country well knows. 15:30 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): It would fine me for the costs of the critically important Mueller investigation into Trump's misconduct, even though the special counsel was appointed by Trump's own Attorney General. 16:00 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): It would reprimand me over a flawed FISA application, as if I were its author or I were the Director of the FBI, and over flaws only discovered years later and by the inspector general, not Mr. Durham. In short, it would accuse me of omnipotence, the leader of some vast deep state conspiracy. Of course, it is nonsense. 16:50 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): My colleagues, if there is cause for censure in this House, and there is, it should be directed at those in this body who sought to overturn a free and fair Election. 19:05 Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL): Representative SCHIFF used his position as the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to mislead the American people by falsely claiming that there was classified evidence of Russia colluding with President Trump, which was not true. 22:15 Rep. Nick Langworthy (R-NY): SCHIFF repeatedly used the authority he was afforded in his position as chairman to lie to the American people to support his political agenda. Even after the Durham report discredited the Russia hoax, he continued to knowingly lie and peddle this false narrative. 24:45 Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY): ADAM SCHIFF has done nothing wrong. ADAM SCHIFF is a good man. ADAM SCHIFF has served this country with distinction. ADAM SCHIFF served this country well as a Federal prosecutor, fighting to keep communities safe. ADAM SCHIFF served this country well as the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, investigating people without fear or favor, including those at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue because he believes in the Constitution and his oath of office. ADAM SCHIFF served his country well as the lead impeachment manager during the first impeachment trial of the former President of the United States, prosecuting his corrupt abuse of power. Yes, ADAM SCHIFF served this country well in the aftermath of the violent insurrection. He pushed back against the big lie told by the puppet master in chief and participated as a prominent member of the January 6th Committee to defend our democracy. ADAM SCHIFF has done nothing wrong. He has worked hard to do right by the American people. The extreme MAGA Republicans have no vision, no agenda, and no plan to make life better for the American people, so we have this phony, fake, and fraudulent censure resolution. A DAM SCHIFF will not be silenced. We will not be silenced. House Democrats will not be silenced today. We will not be silenced tomorrow. We will not be silenced next week. We will not be silenced next month. We will not be silenced next year. We will not be silenced this decade. We will not be silenced this century. You will never ever silence us. We will always do what is right. We will always fight for the Constitution, fight to defend democracy, fight for freedom, expose extremism, and continue America's long, necessary, and majestic march toward a more perfect Union. 29:10 Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC): Not only did he spread falsehoods that abused his power, he went after a man, Carter Page, who was completely innocent. Inspector General Horowitz found 17 major mistakes. 31:20 Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL): What really gnaws on the majority and what really bothers them is that Mr. SCHIFF was way better than anybody on their team at debate, at leadership, at messaging, and at legal knowledge. He kicked their ass. He was better, he was more effective, and that still bothers them. 35:40 Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA): Mr. Speaker, I opposed the original version of this resolution, not to defend Mr. SCHIFF's lies, but to defend the process that exposed those lies. We must never punish speech in this House, only acts. The only way to separate truth from falsehoods or wisdom from folly is free and open debate. We must never impose excessive fines that would effectively replace the constitutional two-thirds vote for expulsion with a simple majority. This new version removes the fine and focuses instead on specific acts, most particularly the abuse of his position as Intelligence Committee chairman by implying he had access to classified information that did not exist and his placement into the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD of the Steele dossier that he knew or should have known was false. 42:35 Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT): The most important thing I can say is that I sat next to ADAM SCHIFF for years. He is a man of integrity and dignity. 49:45 Rep. Sylvia Garcia (D-TX): ADAM SCHIFF is tough. ADAM SCHIFF is smart. ADAM SCHIFF gets the job done. ADAM SCHIFF holds the powerful accountable. 56:35 Rep. André Carson (D-IN): Mr. Speaker, what I do know is that ADAM SCHIFF defended the U.S. Constitution. He led an impartial investigation which followed the facts and led to the first of two impeachments of a former President. 1:00:20 Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL): Today, we are voting on a joke of a measure to censure ADAM SCHIFF, a true public servant and patriot. I urge a strong ‘‘no'' against this resolution targeting a true American hero. 1:08:30 Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA): The only advantage to all of this is that instead of reversing what we did on the IRA to save the planet or reversing what we did to reduce the cost of prescription drugs, we are wasting time. September 26, 2019 CNN Clips 9:05 Wolf Blitzer: As you know, Mr. Chairman, you're being severely criticized by a lot of Republicans for mocking the president during your opening remarks today at the committee. Was it a mistake to make light of the situation? Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Well, I don't think it's making light of a situation. And I certainly wouldn't want to suggest that there's anything comical about this. But I do think it's all too accurate, that this President, in his conversations with the President of Ukraine, was speaking like an organized crime boss. And the fact that these words are so suggestive that the President used of what we have seen of organized crime harkens back to me of what, for example, James Comey said when he was asked by the President if he could let this matter involving Flynn go, when Michael Cohen testified about how the President speaks in a certain code where you understand exactly what's required here. The point is that the President was using exactly that kind of language. And the President of Ukraine fully understood what he was talking about. Wolf Blitzer: Do you regret the, what you call the parody, the use of those phrases during the course of your opening statement? Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): No, I think everyone understood -- and my GOP colleagues may feign otherwise -- that when I said, suggested that it was as if the President said, "listen carefully, because I'm only going to tell you seven more times" that I was mocking the President's conduct. But make no mistake about this, what the President did is of the utmost gravity and the utmost seriousness, because it involves such a fundamental betrayal of his oath. September 26, 2019 House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Witnesses: Joseph Maguire, Acting Director of National Intelligence, Office of the Director of National Intelligence Clips 6:54 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): President Zelensky, eager to establish himself at home as the friend of the president of the most powerful nation on earth, had at least two objectives: get a meeting with the president and get more military help. And so what happened on that call? Zelensky begins by ingratiating himself, and he tries to enlist the support of the president. He expresses his interest in meeting with the president, and says his country wants to acquire more weapons from us to defend itself. 7:30 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): And what is the President's response? Well, it reads like a classic organized crime shakedown. Shorn of its rambling character and in not so many words, this is the essence of what the President communicates. We've been very good to your country. Very good. No other country has done as much as we have. But you know what? I don't see much reciprocity here. I hear what you want. I have a favor I want from you, though. And I'm going to say this only seven times, so you better listen good. I want you to make up dirt on my political opponent. Understand? Lots of it, on this and on that. I'm gonna put you in touch with people, not just any people, I'm going to put you in touch with Attorney General of the United States, my attorney general, Bill Barr. He's got the whole weight of the American law enforcement behind him. And I'm gonna put you in touch with Rudy, you're going to love Him, trust me. You know what I'm asking. And so I'm only going to say this a few more times, in a few more ways. And by the way, don't call me again, I'll call you when you've done what I asked. This is, in some in character, what the President was trying to communicate with the President of Ukraine. It would be funny if it wasn't such a graphic betrayal of the President's oath of office. But as it does represent a real betrayal, there's nothing the President says here that is in America's interest, after all. 1:14:40 Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH): While the chairman was speaking I actually had someone text me, "Is he just making this up?" And yes, yes he was. Because sometimes fiction is better than the actual words or the texts. But luckily the American public are smart and they have the transcript, they've read the conversation, they know when someone's just making it up. 1:19:45 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): In my summary, the President's call was meant to be at least part in parody. The fact that that's not clear is a separate problem in and of itself. Of course, the president never said, "If you don't understand me, I'm gonna say seven more times." My point is, that's the message that the Ukraine president was receiving, in not so many words. September 17, 2019 Morning Joe on MSNBC Clips Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): We have not spoken directly with the whistleblower. We would like to. But I'm sure the whistleblower has concerns that he has not been advised as the law requires by the Inspector General or the Director of National Intelligence, just as to how he is to communicate with Congress. And so the risk of the whistleblower is retaliation. Will the whistleblower be protected under the statute if the offices that are supposed to come to his assistance and provide the mechanism are unwilling to do so? But yes, we would love to talk directly with the whistleblower. March 28, 2019 CNN with Chris Cuomo Clips Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): One, there's ample evidence of collusion in plain sight and that is true. And second, that is not the same thing as whether Bob Muller would be able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt the crime of conspiracy. There's a difference between there being evidence of collusion and proof beyond reasonable doubt of a crime. March 24, 2019 This Week with George Stephanopoulos Clips George Stephenopolous: You have said though in the past there is significant evidence of collusion. How do you square that with Robert Muller's decision not to indict anyone. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): There is significant evidence of collusion, and we've set that out time and time again, from the secret meetings in Trump Tower to the conversations between Flynn and the Russian ambassador, to the providing of polling data to someone linked to Russian intelligence, and Stone's conversation with WikiLeaks and the GRU through -- George Stephenopolous: None of it prosecuted. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Well that's true. And as I pointed out on your show many times, there's a difference between compelling evidence of collusion and whether the Special Counsel concludes that he can prove beyond a reasonable doubt the criminal charge of conspiracy. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): We need to be able to see any evidence that this President, or people around him, may be compromised by a foreign power. We've of course seen all kinds of disturbing indications that this President has a relationship with Putin that is very difficult to justify or explain. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): It's our responsibility to tell the American people, "These are the facts. This is what your president has done. This is what his key campaign and appointees have done. These are the issues that we need to take action on." This is potential compromise. There is evidence, for example, quite in the public realm that the President sought to make money from the Russians, sought the Kremlin's help to make money during the presidential campaign, while denying business ties with the Russians. February 17, 2019 CNN with Dana Bash Clips Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Look, you can see evidence in plain sight on the issue of collusion, pretty compelling evidence. Now, there's a difference between seeing evidence of collusion and being able to prove a criminal conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt. August 5, 2018 Face the Nation Clips Margaret Brennan: Can you agree that there has been no evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy that has been presented thus far between the Trump campaign and Russia? Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): No, I don't agree with that at all. I think there's plenty of evidence of collusion or conspiracy in plain sight. December 10, 2017 CNN Clips Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): But we do know this: the Russians offered help, the campaign accepted help. The Russians gave help and the President made full use of that help, and that is pretty damning whether it is proof beyond a reasonable doubt of conspiracy or not. November 1, 2017 MSNBC Clips Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): What is clear as this: the Kremlin repeatedly told the campaign it had dirt on Clinton and offered to help it and at least one top Trump official, the President's own son, accepted. Rachel Maddow: The Kremlin offered dirt to the Trump campaign. The President's campaign said yes to that offer. That's no longer an open question. All that stuff has now been proven and admitted to. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee today, using his time today, using his opening statement today to walk through -- ding ding ding, point by point -- what we've already learned in black and white, in written correspondence and public statements and in freaking court filings, about all the times the Trump campaign was offered helped by Russia to influence our election and all the times the Trump campaign said "Yes, please." March 23, 2017 The View Clips Jedediah Bila: Congressman, you made yesterday what some are deeming a provocative statement by saying that there is more than circumstantial evidence now that the Trump camp colluded with Russia. Senator John McCain was critical of that, others have been critical of that. Can you defend that statement? Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Yes. And I, you know, I don't view it as the same bombshell that apparently they did. Look, I've said that I thought there was circumstantial evidence of collusion or coordination, and that there was direct evidence of deception. And no one had an issue with that. And I don't think anyone really contested that, on the basis of the information we keep getting, I can say, in my opinion, it's now not purely circumstantial. We had the FBI Director testify in open session about this, acknowledge an FBI investigation. Obviously, this is now public. And I think it's fair to say that that FBI investigation is justified, that that wouldn't be done on the basis of not credible allegations. And so I think it's appropriate to talk in general terms about the evidence, but I don't think it's appropriate for us to go into specifics and say, "This is what we know from this piece of classified information," or "this what we know from this witness." But I do think, in this investigation where the public is hungry for information, it is important that we try to keep the public in the loop. That's why we're having public hearings. March 22, 2017 MSNBC Clips Chuck Todd: You have seen direct evidence of collusion? Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): I don't want to go into specifics, but I will say that there is evidence that is not circumstantial. March 19, 2017 Meet the Press Clips Chuck Todd: Collusion is sort of what hasn't been proven here between whatever the Russians did and the Trump campaign. In fact, the former Acting Director of the CIA, who was Mike Morell, who was a supporter of Hillary Clinton, he essentially reminded people and took Director Clapper at his word on this show who said, there has been no evidence that has been found of collusion. Are we at the point of -- at what point do you start to wonder if there is a fire to all this smoke? Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Well, first of all, I was surprised to see Director Clapper say that because I don't think you can make that claim categorically as he did. I would characterize it this way at the outset of the investigation: there is circumstantial evidence of collusion. There is direct evidence, I think, of deception. Executive Producer Recommended Sources Music by (found on by mevio) Editing Production Assistance
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Monique Fsizy - all the Presidents women Donald Trump and the making of a predatorIn a change to the usual show, which has been the victim of a technical disaster, we offer you this. It's an interview with the co author of 'all the Presidents women ; Donald Trump and the making of a predator'. You can find the previous interview with the other writer, Barry Levine, here During his 2016 presidential run, the revelation of the Access Hollywood tape and subsequent allegations of sexual misconduct lodged against Donald Trump looked like they might doom his candidacy. Trump survived, and the first two years of the real estate scion's presidency were marked not by controversy over his behaviour around women but by the Mueller investigation. Outside of being found liable for sexual abuse in a 2023 civil trial that awarded E. Jean Carroll $5 million in damages, Trump has widely dodged the #MeToo bullet that has taken down so many once-powerful men. But despite the decades of tabloid fascination with his personal life, the story of Trump's relationship with women has never been fully told. Considering his bully pulpit in the White House, the reckoning is overdue.While Mr Levine was somewhat reluctant to specifically outline some of the contents of the book, Monique is a lot more open about the alleged transgressions of former President Trump. It's an alarming account of a man who believes - or seems to believe - he can do exactly as he pleases, not least where women are concerned.From October 2019Book - all the Presidents women Donald Trump and the making of a predatorThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
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Rob's running the show solo this month as we head into the dog days of summer. Enjoy our two regular episodes including a history of behavior analysis with Dr. Mirari Elcoro and our listener-selected episode on client self-determination in transition planning. Then, while we're enjoying a little time off, we'll be unlocking last year's book club discussing “Street Data” and releasing our talk on Quality of Life from last year's Thompson Center conference. All that and Rob gets some performance feedback. Articles for August 2023 The History of Psychology and Behavior Anaysis w/ Dr. Mirari Elcoro Elcoro, M. & Backer, A. (2021). Murray Sidman and Patient H.M.: The role of behavior analysis in the emergence of collaborative modern neuroscience. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 115, 242-254. doi: 10.1002/jeab.656 Elcoro, M. & McCarley, N. (2015). This old thing? Using old laboratory equipment to enhance student learning. Teaching of Psychology, 42, 69-72. doi: 10.1177/0098628314562681 Self-Determination in IEP Transition Planning (LIVE) Lipscomb, S., Lacoe, J., Liu, A.Y., & Haimson, J. (2018). Preparing for life after high school: The characteristics and experiences of youth in special education. National Center for Education Evaluation. https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/projects/evaluation/disabilities_nlts2012.asp Martin, J.E., Woods, L.L., Sylvester, L., & Gardner, J.E. (2005). A challenge to self-determination: Disagreement between the vocational choices made by individuals with severe disabilities and their caregivers. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 30, 147-153. doi: 10.2511/rpsd.30.3.147 Mueller, T.G., Bassett, D.S., & Brewer, R.D. (2012). Planning for the future: A model for using the principles of transition to guide the development of behavior intervention plans. Intervention in School and Clinic, 48, 38-46. doi: 10.1177/1053451212443130 Howard, M., Reed, A.S., & Francis, G.L. (2020). “It's my meeting!”: Involving high school students with significant disabilities in the Individualized Education Program process. Teaching Exceptional Children, 53, 290-298. doi: 10.1177/0040059920958739 (UNLOCKED) Street Data Book Club Safir, S. & Dugan, J. (2021). Street data: A next-generation model for equity, pedagogy, and school transformation. Corwin. Bonus Episode 31 - Quality of Life (LIVE @ Thompson Center for Autism Conference 2022) Presentation Slides
Chris and Rob debate whether All-Pro running back Jonathan Taylor is getting a raw deal from the Indianapolis Colts and go head-to-head in this week's edition of Sources Say. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to discuss the Taylor situation, why the running back position has become de-valued, why he believes Aaron Rodgers was voted as a Tier 1 NFL quarterback, Sean Payton's controversial comments about Nathaniel Hackett and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.