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Sales vs. Marketing
Alex Banayan, #1 International Bestseller | Uncovering the Secrets of Successful Careers

Sales vs. Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 62:38


➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory Alex Banayan is the youngest bestselling business author in American history. The Third Door chronicles Banayan's seven-year quest to uncover the definitive mindset of exponential growth and success. The book is a #1 international bestseller, has been translated into more than a dozen languages, and has been acclaimed by The New York Post as “a joy to read.” Over the course of his unprecedented journey, Banayan's research led him to interview the most innovative leaders of the past half-century, including Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, Larry King, Maya Angelou, Steve Wozniak, Jane Goodall, Jessica Alba, Quincy Jones, and more. ➡️ Talking Points 4:20 - The Origin Story Of Alex Banayan.10:17 - How Did Alex Hack A Game Show?15:46 - For How Much Did Alex Sell His Book For?18:27 - Story Of A Person's Experience With The Third Door.19:10 - Why Is Finding A Mentor The First Step In The Third Door Playbook?29:51 - How Can Anyone Shift Their Mindset and Start Looking At Life Differently?32:21 - Is There Ever Success “By Chance”?45:09 - How Can Anyone Hack Little Situations From Their Daily Routines?47:02 - What Was The Story About Warren Buffett?53:32 - What Would Alex Like His Legacy To Be Like?57:29 - How Can People Connect With Alex?58:04 - What Has Been The Biggest Challenge Of Alex's Life?1:00:35 - What Is A Book Or A Podcast That Alex Would Recommend?1:01:10 - What Would Alex Banayan Tell His Twenty-Year-Old Self If Alex Could Go Back In Time?1:01:47 - What Does Success Mean To Alex? ➡️ Show Links https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexbanayan/ https://www.instagram.com/alexbanayan/ ➡️ Podcast Sponsors Feedback Loop https://go.feedbackloop.com/successAthletic Greens https://athleticgreens.com/successGet Abstract https://getab.lo/successHubspot https://hubspot.com

The Howie Carr Radio Network
NY Post's Steven Nelson, who asked Joe about Hunter & China, calls in to discuss presser plus Woke or Joke - 1.20.22 - Hour 2

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 38:31


Steven Nelson from the New York Post joins Grace to talk about the question he asked Dementia Joe at the press conference yesterday regarding Hunter Biden and China. Plus Woke or Joke.

Max & Murphy
Episode 288: Analyzing Governor Hochul's 2022 Agenda

Max & Murphy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 42:59


Guests: Bernadette Hogan, Albany bureau chief for the New York Post, and Anna Gronewold, Politico New York Playbook writer and Albany correspondent

Sharp & Benning
Jan 19 Seg 5 Zach Brazille College Sports Reporter For The New York Post

Sharp & Benning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 12:53


Jan 19 Seg 5 Zach Brazille College Sports Reporter For The New York Post

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 1/18/22

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 109:42


On Tuesday's Mark Levin Show, the framers spent 5 months in Pennsylvania figuring out how to form a government since the Articles of Confederation were a failure. The new nation was in debt and states were unfairly levying taxation on one another. Enter the founding of the Constitution by well-read men who understood the fall of Rome and were informed by their predecessors and contemporaries like John Locke, Montesquieu, and Sir Edmund Burke. They had challenges over slavery, mob rule, representation in Congress, and many other issues of where they reached compromise but agreed that the federal government should not have plenary power of election, but rather that the states should. Then, the Democrat party is the party of the KKK, racism, and segregation. They were that way during the civil war, and they are that way today. Chuck Schumer and his razor-thin majority will peddle every lie they can to convince people that the Democrats' voting bill does something more than weaken a citizen's right to vote. Later, Nancy Pelosi's January 6th select committee is said to be weighing whether or not it can cook up some federal charges against former President Trump to prevent him from holding public office ever again. Such charges are purely political as there is no basis for such allegations. Afterward, Schumer's daughters work for Amazon and Facebook while Schumer is overseeing antitrust legislation that affects both tech giants, according to the New York Post. This raises substantive concerns over ethics and the appearance of improprieties as Schumer has the ability to kill this legislation before there's even a vote on it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Your Brain on Facts
Voice Over The Moon, pt 2 (ep 179

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 31:34


How'd it go for the first BBC announcer with an accent?  How much work can you get if you "make it" in voiceover?  How much did the woman behind Siri make?  And what's a pencil got to do with any of this?  All this and more in part 2! Like what you hear?  Become a patron of the arts for as little as $2 a month!   Or buy the book or some merch.  Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs.  Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter,  or Instagram. 00:25 RP and Wilfred Pickles (voiced by Simon Jackson) 04:26 The cast of Futurama work a lot! 08:17 Voiceover is easy! (right?) 11:30 #moxiemillion 12:30 Trying to find a job 13:55 Props and accessories 15:55 AI (even worse than the movie) 18:24 Bev Standing vs TikTok 20:50 sponsors: Sly Fox Trivia, Sambucol 23:06 Susan Bennett, the voice of Siri 27:53 It's in the game Music: Kevin MacLeod, Track Tribe . Links to all the research resources are on the website.   Back when the BBC was first launched in 1922, the first General Manager of the corporation, Sir John Reith, insisted the BBC be as formal and quintessentially British as possible, and he created a number of rules towards this end.  One thing he stressed in particular was that the newscasters spoke the “King's English.“  He felt it was “a style or quality of English that would not be laughed at in any part of the country”.  He also assumed RP would be easier for people across the empire to understand versus a regional accent, of which the tiny land mass of the UK has dozens.  Reish wanted things to be ‘just so,' even ordering that any newscaster reading the news after 8PM had to wear a dinner jacket while on air, on the radio, where no one could see them.    The BBC didn't create Received Pronunciation, though.  We can trace the origins of RP back to the secondary schools and universities of nineteenth-century Britain, making it the accent of a certain social class, the one with money.  Their speech patterns - based loosely on the local accent of the south-east Midlands, roughly London, Oxford and Cambridge, soon came to be associated with ‘The Establishment.'   although one of Reith's goals in using RP was to appeal to the widest audience possible, many listeners still felt alienated by the broadcasts being beamed into their homes because of this “upper class” accent being used. Despite this, newscasters were required to use Received Pronunciation right up until World War 2.   Why change it during the war?  Didn't they have bigger things to worry about?  Well, the Ministry of Information was worried about the Nazis hijacking the radio waves.  During World War 2, Nazi Germany invested a lot of time and money to train spies and propagandists to speak using perfect Received Pronunciation so that they could pass as British.  If they pulled it off, the Nazis could potentially issue orders over the radio in a thoroughly convincing and official-sounding newscaster voice.  Therefor, the BBC hired several newscasters possessed of broad regional accents that would be more difficult for Nazis to perfectly copy, and as a bonus might also appeal to the “common man”.   The first person to read the news on the BBC with a regional accent was one Wilfred Pickles in 1941.  [sfx clip]  The public trusted that he was in fact British, but they didn't trust, or couldn't ignore his accent to pay attention to, a word he said.  Far from being popular, his mild Yorkshire accent offended many listeners so much that they wrote letters to the BBC, blasting them for having the audacity to sully the news that way.  Nonetheless, after the end of World War 2, the BBC continued to loosen its guidelines and began to hire more people who spoke with the respective accent of the region they were being broadcast.  That said, the BBC does continue to select newscasters with the most mild accents for international broadcasts.   You can't please everyone, but if you can get in good in the voicework industry, you can do a staggering number of roles.  How many?  Here are some examples, pulling only from the cast of one of my favorite shows, Futurama.  You might say my husband and I are fans; we had a Hypnotoad wedding cake.  Billy West, the voice of Fry, Prof. Farnsworth, and Zoidberg, as well as both Ren and Stimpy, has 266 acting credits on his IMDB page.  Maurice LaMarche, who did Calculon, Morbo and Kiff and is the go-to guy for Orson Welles impressions like Brain from Animaniacs, has 390 roles listed.  Tress MacNeille, who did basically every female who wasn't Amy or Leela, as well as Dot on Animaniacs and Agnes Skinner on The Simpsons has 398 roles to her name.  Bender's voice actor, John DiMaggio, without whom the Gears of War video games wouldn't be the same, has worked on some 424 projects.  The man who made Hermes Conrad Jamaican, and gave us Samurai Jack, Phil LaMarr, is the most prolific voice actor on that cast, with a whopping 495 credits to his name.  Still, he falls short of the resume of Rob Paulsen, who did the voices of Yakko and Pinky on Animaniacs, and other examples too numerous to list here, because his IMDB pages lists 541 voice acting credits.  And did I mention they're bringing Animaniacs back? [cheer]  Paulsen is trailing behind Tara Strong, though.  The actress who voiced Bubbles on Powerpuff Girls, Raven on Teen Titans, and Timmy on Fairly Oddparents has 609 roles in her 35 year career, or an average of 17 a year.  That may not sound impressive, but have you've ever tried getting *one acting job?  Strong can't hold a candle to a man whose voice I can identify from two rooms away, a man who will always be Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop no matter who he's playing, Steve Blum, who has racked up 798 voice roles.  And those are just a sampling of voice actors I can name off the top of my head.  So when career day rolls around, maybe skip doctor and firefighter and suggest your kid become a voice actor.  Not everyone who does voice work has a face for radio, so I put pictures of all the actors up on the Vodacast app so you can se what Fry, Yakko, and Raven really look like ..   “Sure,” you say, “that sounds like a sweet gig.  Walk in, say a few things, and cash the check.”  Oh my sweet summer child.  If it was that easy, everyone would do it.  For starters, there is no “got it in one take” in voice acting.  Be prepared to do your lines over and over again, with different emphasis, different inflection, different pacing, or sometimes simply saying it over and over again until, even though each take sounds the same to you, the director gets the subtle difference they're looking for.  Bonus fact: the feeling you get when you say a word or phrase so many times that it stops sounding like a word and becomes a meaningless noise is called semantic satiation.   You may be standing in a little booth all day, but that doesn't mean it won't be physically taxing.  Actors dubbing anime in particular are required to do a lot of screaming.  Chris Sabat, who voices Vegeta in the Dragonball series, says that even with his background in opera and the vocal control that taught him, “I will literally be sick the next day. I will have flu-like symptoms. Because you have to use so much energy, and use up so much of your voice to put power into those scenes, that it will make you sick. That's not an exaggeration; I will be bedridden sometimes after screaming for too long.”   That is, if you can get a gig.  Remember how I rattled off actors who've had hundreds of roles each?  That's because, in rough figures, 5% of the actors get 95% of the work. So unless you're a Tara Strong or Phil LaMarr, noteworthy roles will be hard to come by.  One plus side is you get paid by the word, as well as by the tag.  A tag is part of a recording that can be swapped out, like recording a commercial, and recording the phrases “coming soon,” “opening this Monday,” and “open now.”  The clients gets three distinct commercials from one recording sessions, so you get more money.  Assuming the client actually orders the session.  You may find yourself on stand-by or “avail,” as it's called in the industry.  You may be asked to set aside a few hours or even consecutive days for a recording session.  The problem is, the client isn't actually obligated to use you during that time and no one else can book you during that time until they release you from it.    But it's a job you can do in your pj's, and I often do, and that's always a plus.  Even though no one can see the actors, voice work still uses props and accessories.  While computers can be used to speed up or slow down dialogue (which is more of a concern in dubbing Japanese animation, where the visuals are already done), certain vocal changes can easily be achieved using random items in the studio. “If the character is in a hollowed-out tree, I might stick my head in a wastebasket,” veteran voice actor Corey Burton told Mental Floss. “If it doesn't sound quite right, I can throw some wadded-up Kleenex in there for better acoustics.”  Burton, like Mel Blanc, prefers to eat real food when the moment calls for it. “They want you to sometimes just go, ‘Nom, nom, nom.' No! I want a carrot, a cookie. I don't want to make a dry slurping noise when I could be sipping a drink.”   Pencils also play an important role, not for making notes on the script or creating any sort of convincing sound effect.  The plague of these performers is plosives.  You've probably heard them on podcasts; they've definitely been on mine.  A plosive is the noise you get when a consonant that is produced by stopping the airflow using the lips, teeth, or palate, followed by a sudden release of air.  It's also called popping your p's, since that's the worst culprit.  A round mesh screen in front of the mic helps, but the old-school trick to stop plosives actually uses a pencil.  If they're getting p-pops on the recording, voice actors will hold a pencil or similar linear object upright against the lips.  This disrupts the air enough to avoid the giant, sharp spike in the soundwave.  Now if only there were some cheap and easy trick to get rid of mouth noises and lip smacks.  You may hear a few on this podcast, but for everyone you hear, I cut twenty out.   The most sure-fire way to avoid mouth noises and breathing when ordering a recording is to use a computer-generated or AI voice.  Now this is a sticky wicket in the VO community, a real burr under a lot of saddles.  Whenever it comes up in message groups, a third of people turn into South Park characters [sfx they took our jobs].  I won't get too Insider Baseball here, but here's the scoop.  AI voices are cheap, fast, and they're getting really good.  Have you ever gotten a robodialer call where it took you a moment to realize it was not a live person?  There are companies offering entire audiobooks in AI voices.  There is even an AI voice that can cry!  So why am I not bothered?  The way I see it, the people who will buy the cheapest possible option, in this case an AI voice, weren't going to pay even my Fiverr rate, and invariably, the cheaper a client is, the more working with them makes you regret ever starting this business in the first place.  It's an irony a lot of freelancers and business owners are familiar with -- the $5k client pays you the day you submit the invoice; the $50 client makes you hound them for six weeks and then they say they want you to do it over or come down on the price.  So I'm fine with letting those gigs go.  The other reason is that while AI applications and devices such as smart speakers and digital assistants like Siri are powered by computer-generated voices, those voices actually originate from real actors!  In fact, I just wrapped an AI-generation job this week.    In most cases, even computerized voices need a human voice as a foundation for the development of the vocal database. Nevertheless, AI is creating new work for a wide range of voice actors. Are these actors putting themselves out of a job in future?  Maybe. Maybe not.  It's definitely something I had to wrestle with before accepting the job.  But I figured, AI is coming whether we like it or not, so it's best to be involved to help steer the ship rather than be capsized by its wake.   When I took the AI-generation job, there were two questions I had for the client: what control do I have over how my voice is used, and what happens if you sell the company?  I asked these two questions for two good reasons, Bev Standing and Susan Bennett.  Bev Standing, a VO and coach from Canada, was surprised to hear her own voice being used on peoples' videos when friends and colleagues told her to log onto Tiktok.  For one, people could use her voice to say whatever they liked, no matter how vile, and she'd never worked with, been paid by, or given permission for use of her voice to TikTok.   According to Standing, who I've taken classes with and is a really nice lady, the audio in question was recorded as a job for the Chinese Institute of Acoustics four years ago, ostensibly for translations.  “The only people I've worked with are the people I was hired by, which was for translations... My agreement is not what it's being used for, and it's not with the company that's using my voice,” Standing said in an interview.   Standing files a lawsuit against TikTok's parent company ByteDance on the grounds of intellectual property theft.  She hasn't consented to her performance being used by TikTok, and had very real concerns that the content created using her audio would hurt her ability to get work in the future.  Imagine if Jan 6 insurrectionists and other such hateful wackaloons used your voice on their videos.  Good luck getting hired after that.  TikTok and ByteDance stayed pretty mum, both publicly and to Standing and her lawyer, also a VO, but they did change the AI voice, which certainly looks like they done wrong.  The lawsuit was settled a few months ago, but it's all sealed up in NDAs, so I can't tell you the details, but I'm calling it a win.   The other name I dropped was Susan Bennett, but that's not the name you'd recognize her as.  Though she was training to be a teacher, it soon became clear to Susan Bennet that her voice was destined for more than saying “eyes on your own paper.”  She acted in the theater, was a member of a jazz band, an a cappella group, and she was a backup singer for Burt Bacharac and Roy Orbison.  That background helped her land gigs doing VO and singing jingles for the likes of Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Macy's, Goodyear, Papa John's, IBM, and more.  In 1974, she became the voice of First National Bank of Atlanta's Tillie the All-Time Teller, one of the first bank ATMs.  Her voice made the new technology more user-friendly for a computer-unfamiliar public.     Bonus fact: one of the earliest ATMs in NYC printed the security picture of the user on their receipts.  According to the man who sold them to the bank, “The only people using the machines were prostitutes and gamblers who didn't want to deal with tellers face to face.”  Or it could be the hours they keep.  I can neither confirm nor deny this, but I like to think that sex workers are the underappreciated early-adopters that helped the rest of us to be able to hit the cash machine on the way out of town (or the Mac machine, as my mom called it well into the 90's).  Bennet also became the voice of Delta Airlines announcements, GPS's, and phone systems.   But even with all that, that's not where you know her voice from.  “Hey, Siri, how big is the Serengeti?” [sfx if Google was]  Susan Bennet was the original voice of Siri on the iphone, but she never actually worked for Apple.  In 2005, she recorded a wealth of words and wordy-sounding non-words for a company called ScanSoft or Nuance, I've been seeing either listed.   For four hours a day, every day, in July 2005, Bennett holed up in her home recording booth, saying thousands of phrases and sentences of mostly-to-completely nonsense, which the “ubergeeks” as she called them, could use for generating AI speech.  According to Bennet, “I was reading sentences like 'cow hoist in the tub hut today.' 'Militia oy hallucinate buckra okra ooze.' Then I would read these really tedious things that were the same word, but changing out the vowel. 'Say the shrayding again, say the shreeding again, say the shriding again, say the shredding again, say the shrudding again.' “  These snippets were then synthesized in a process called concatenation that builds words, sentences, paragraphs. And that is how voices like hers find their way into GPS and telephone systems.   The job was done, the check cleared, and life went on, then 2011 rolled around and Siri was unveiled as an integrated feature of the Apple iPhone 4S.  The actors who'd worked for Nuance had no idea until well after it happened.  Bennett found out that her voice is actually Siri after a friend emailed: ”Hey, we've been playing around with this new Apple phone. Isn't this you?'  Apple had bought SoftScan/Nuance and all of its assets.  “Apple bought our voices from Nuance without our knowing it.”  As a voiceactor, this turn of events was problematic for a few reasons.  Typecasting and stereotyping, for one.  The downside of being successful in a role can be that that's all people want you for after that, like Sean Bean and a character who dies.  So Bennett kept her identity close to her vest until 2013, when Apple switched voices.  “My voice was just the original voice on the 4s and the 5. But now it no longer sounds like Apple because [Siri] sounds like everyone else. The original Siri voice had a lot of character; she had a lot of attitude.   Bennet has never said how much she made from Nuance, but we know how much she's made from Apple.  In round figures, give or take for inflation, [sfx calculator] she made $0.  Her voice was on something like 17 million phones.  Even a penny per phone would have been a handsome payday, but no, no penny for you.  “We were paid for the amount of time we spent recording but not at all for usage. The only way I've been able to get any payment for it, really, is through my speaking events, but I'm very grateful to have been the voice of Siri. She's very iconic; it's led to a whole new career for me.”   Another widespread voice that didn't get commensurate royalties is known for a single phrase, barely a full sentence. [sfx clip]  From FIFA and Madden to UFC and NBA, Andrew Anthony's voice has opened EA Sports video games for 30 years now and let us all have a collective shiver of mortality at that fact.  Anthony had a friend who ran a small ad sales company, who had taken on the not-yet-industry-cornerstone Electronic Arts as a client.  "My friend then called me up in Toronto and said 'Hey will you do this thing... for free?' I said 'yeah, of course, I will! I don't even know what this is but I get a free trip down to see you, so for sure'.  So Anthony went to visit his friend, read the line, which was originally “If it's in the game, it's in the game,” and assumed he would never, ever hear anything about it again.  Call that an underestimation.  EA is valued at $37B, with the Sports being a big chunk of that.  And Anthony has seen exactly none of that money, and he's pretty okay with that.  Over the years, Anthony has met plenty of other gaming fans and happily agreed to do his EA Sports voice impression on camera.    Not every screen actor's able to do voice work successfully; we've all heard flat, lackluster performances from big name stars in animated features.  Looking at you, Sarah Michelle Gellar from the recent HeMan cartoon.  Not so with the person who arguably kicked off the trends of booking big names stars for voice work, Robin Williams in his role as Genie.  Williams recorded 30 hours of dialogue, most of it improvised, for the 90 minute movie.  He took the role for *9% of the fee he normally commanded with the condition that the recordings not be used to merchandise products.  He wanted to “leave something wonderful behind for this kids.”  Thanks for spending part of your day with me.   And that's where we run out of ideas, at least for today.  So a wife overheard her boss saying he wanted a voice to notify people when they received email and volunteered her husband. “I recorded it on a cassette deck in my living room,” Edwards told the New York Post on November 7.  “Most people think I'm retired and own an island.”  Instead, he works at WKYC-TV from 3:30 a.m. to noon, and drives an Uber from noon to 6 p.m.  In 2014, Edwards told CNBC that he pranks people by standing behind their computers and booming, “You've got mail!”  Explained the voice-over actor, “I have fun with it!”  He's not bothered by not getting royalties, so I guess we shouldn't be either. 

The Joe Piscopo Show
9 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 1-17-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 53:10


Gianno Caldwell, Fox News Political Analyst and the host of the new iHeartRadio Podcast, "Outloud with Gianno Caldwell" Topic: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Supreme Court ruling on vaccine mandates Christopher Hoenig, Senior Communications Representative, External Communications for JCP&L Topic: Power outages from winter storm Edward Grayson, Commissioner of the City of New York Department of Sanitation Topic: Winter storm response Miranda Devine, columnist for the New York Post and the author of "Laptop from Hell" Topic: Her new book, Biden's Georgia rally See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 16, 2022 is: sanguine • SANG-gwin • adjective Sanguine means "confidently optimistic." // The young CEO is sanguine about the struggling company's future. See the entry > Examples: "Mystifyingly, the Tony-nominated actress was never invited to audition for the 2020 Broadway revival of … 'West Side Story.' But given the way things worked out, [Ariana DeBose]—who was cast in Spielberg's movie shortly afterward—is pretty sanguine about the slight. 'I think everything happens for a reason,' she says. 'That was not my blessing. That was somebody else's blessing.'" — Sara Stewart, The New York Post, 8 Dec. 2021 Did you know? If you're the sort of cheery soul who always looks on the bright side no matter what happens, you have a sanguine personality. Sanguine is the name of one of the temperaments that ancient and medieval scholars believed was caused by an abundance of one of the four humors. It comes from sanguineus—Latin for "of or relating to blood" or "bloody"—and over centuries has had meanings ranging from "bloodthirsty" and "bloodred" to "confidently optimistic."

VSiN Best Bets
The Greg Peterson Experience | January 15, 2022, Hour 3

VSiN Best Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 50:17


In the final hour of The Greg Peterson Experience, Greg dives into Super Wild Card Weekend and breaks down each game on Saturday, Sunday and for the first time a Monday Playoff game. Don't forget to stick around for Greg's New York Post pick along with his NFL Picks for Saturday. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Americano: Will Hillary Clinton be back for more in 2024?

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022


Freddy Gray talks to Maureen Callahan of the New York Post about the runners and riders for the 2024 presidential election, including if her prediction of a Trump/Clinton rematch will come true.

Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1685: Bitter Affliction for Joebama

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 54:46


[00:30] The Biden-Kamala Train Wreck (29 minutes)Joe Biden's administration is in the midst of a stunning collapse. The illegitimate president has hit a record low approval rating among Americans—just 33 percent according to the latest Quinnipiac poll. Kamala Harris has lost at least seven of her aides since June, some of them describing her as a “bully” who's frequently delivering “soul-destroying criticism.” According to the New York Post and other media outlets, there are “growing tensions” between Biden and Harris. Mike Allen at Axios wrote, “The Biden agenda is meeting a dead end,” and even a CNN headline begs the question, “Is Biden's Presidency Doomed?” All of these media outlets on both sides are sensing the same thing: The Biden administration is finished. [29:20] Bible Study: Two Distinct Ways of Life (25 minutes)Throughout God's Word from beginning to end, God emphasizes two overall ways of life: the way of give and the way of get. When Adam took of the wrong tree, he set this world on its present course. Human civilization was founded on the way of get: of greed, strife, competition and lawlessness. But in our individual lives, God wants us to choose the way that leads to happiness, blessings and spiritual prosperity—the way of give. With God's Holy Spirit leading us, we can do exactly that.

The Seth Leibsohn Show
January 13, 2022 - Hour 2

The Seth Leibsohn Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 37:13


Jonathan Tobin, Editor-In-Chief for JNS.org, and Senior Contributor to The Federalist, on his column in the New York Post, "The liberal justices' lies reveal the left's addiction to virus fears."  Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich on today's Supreme Court rulings, and the continuing fight against Federal overreach.  The Administrative State.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Ian O'Connor & Jeff Ross - Hour 3 (01-12-22)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 49:59


New York Post columnist Ian O'Connor tells Rich why the Giants fired Joe Judge after just two seasons in New York, why the team would be wise to pursue a trade for Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and hire ousted Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores to be their next head coach, why the Brooklyn Nets “sold a piece of their soul” by bringing Kyrie Irving back, and how deep he sees Bill Belichick taking the New England Patriots in the playoffs with rookie QB Mac Jones.   Comedian Jeff Ross tells Rich how he's handling the loss of his close friend Bob Saget who passed away suddenly at the age of 65 this week and shares his favorite moments during their long friendship.     Rich and the guys debate if the Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Minnesota Vikings, or Miami Dolphins is the most attractive head coaching position. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Connecticut Scoreboard Podcast
UConn vs. St. John's Preview

The Connecticut Scoreboard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 35:53


We're trying something new and breaking our preview episode into two parts. First, Jared brings on Stephen Sanzari (@gampelcrazies) to recap UConn/Seton Hall and talk about what they're looking for in the game against St. John's. Next (20:53), you'll hear from Zach Braziller of the New York Post to talk all things St. John's and the match up.

The Michael Berry Show
Anthony Faucci Should Be Tried As a War Criminal | PM Show

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 73:14


Michael Berry talks about how Anthony Faucii has been deceiving the US Population. He also talks to Border expert and Author Chad Wolf about what should be done to fix the border crisis; New York Post writer Carol Markowitz joins the program to talk about what mask mandates are doing to children.

The Joe Piscopo Show
8 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 1-11-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 53:10


Dr. Betsy McCaughey, New York Post columnist, former Lt. Gov. of NY State, Chairwoman and founder of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths Topic: COVID cases in children rises to 580,000, Latest in New York politics Monica Crowley, Former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Topic: #BareShelvesBiden and how the supply chain crisis has led to this moment, current state of the national economy Vincent J. Vallelong, President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association Topic: Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg allegedly underplayed shoplifting arrest See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

To Dine For
Maryam Banikarim

To Dine For

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 42:07


Maryam Banikarim – Chief Marketing Officer – Nextdoor   Maryam Banikarim is the Chief Marketing Officer for Nextdoor, a neighborhood app creating meaningful connections for neighbors. Prior to Nextdoor Maryam was the Chief Marketing Officer at Hyatt Hotels, Gannett, NBCUniversal, and Univision. She is known as a force for change recognized for her boundless curiosity, ability to build dynamic teams, and forge powerful partnerships.  During the pandemic Maryam created a nonprofit called NYCNext, a volunteer movement aimed at supporting New York's artist community and revitalizing the city. NYCNext created pop-ups all over the city, including a star-studded rendition of New York State of Mind. Fast Company named her one of the Top 10 Disruptors, the New York Post named her One of the Most Powerful Women in New York, and Advertising Age named her a Woman to Watch.   Follow To Dine For: Official Website: ToDineForTV.com Facebook: Facebook.com/ToDineForTV Instagram: @ToDineForTV Twitter: @KateSullivanTV Email: ToDineForTV@gmail.com   Thank You to our Sponsors! Mastercard American National Insurance Spiritless - Use promo code TODINEFOR for free shipping Terlato Wine Group   Follow Our Guest: Official Site: NYCNext.org Instagram: @MBanikarim Twitter: @NewYorkCityNext

Girlfriends & Business
74. Discovering What Kind Of Expert You Are, Getting Comfortable With Being A Beginner & The Power Of The Post-It With Business Mentor Jess Glazer

Girlfriends & Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 32:45


Today, Lori sits down with business mentor and entrepreneur Jess Glazer to define what type of expert you are, regardless of where you are in your journey. Jess shares the differences between results, research, and role model experts, and the value that each type of expert has.  Lori and Jess also discuss finding a balance on social media, how hobbies help your business, and the power of Post-It notes. Tune in to discover what kind of expert you are and learn how you can use that to your advantage.    IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Jess' breakthrough moments from her year-long RV journey across America  The difference between results, research, and role model experts  How to stay authentic on social media without oversharing Getting comfortable with being a beginner Jess' “Post-It to Profit” method  Changing the narrative of imposter syndrome    RESOURCES Text GIRLFRIENDS to 310-496-8363 for updates and a chance to be featured on the show! Join Jess's Engaged Audience Masterclass.  FREE training on Jess's Post-It to Profit method CONNECT WITH JESS  Instagram: @iamjessicaderoseInstagram: @jess.glazer CONNECT WITH BRIT Instagram: @britdrisc Squeeze: @squeeze  CONNECT WITH LORI Instagram: @loriharder Lite Pink: @drinklitepink Earn Your Happy: @earnyourhappy Listen to Earn Your Happy:  CONNECT WITH ALLI Instagram: @alliwebb Becket & Quill: @becketandquill Squeeze: @squeeze    GUEST BIO A former celebrity personal trainer and elementary school teacher, Jess turned her once “cute side hustle” into a multi-million dollar business in 2 years.    Since leaving her teaching job in 2017 she has hired a team of incredible heart-centered leaders, served hundreds of clients, helped create over 10 million dollars in revenue for those clients and is committed to helping 100 entrepreneurs create 7-figure impact driven businesses (7 down, 93 to go!)   As a result of donation/awareness she and her husband built a school in Ghana, Africa with Pencils of Promise.       She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, The Today Show, Good Day New York, The New York Post, Shape Magazine.   Her mission is to cause a ripple effect and inspire change for generations to come; making a massive impact and leaving a lasting legacy beyond her singular actions.

The Chaise Lounge Podcast
The AD100 List, The WOW List, and Streamlining the Architectural Digest Experience with David Kaufman | S30E4

The Chaise Lounge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 38:43


Welcome back to the Chaise Lounge podcast! It is now 2022 and to start the new year motivated, Nick May sits down with global Digital Director at Architectural Digest David Kaufman! David has been featured in the show a few times before. For those who missed out, he worked as editor for the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, and other giants in the world of journalism. As his current title suggests, he is in charge of translating AD's print content to digital platforms. Aside from reminding us about the new AD100 list, David introduces us to Architectural Digest's first ever Works Of Wonder (WOW) List, which features a curated selection by their international editors of the best projects in the world. Furthermore, AD's editors are also working to slowly make the AD experience more visual and less verbal, removing the need for the extra translation work and incorporate the universal language of images and icons. If you'd like to learn more about David, you can contact him at david_kaufman@condenast.com or follow him on Instagram @kaufmandavidnyc This year... there's a company-wide effort for all of the brands with international presences to try to integrate global content and global operations. David Kaufman Tweet Chaise Lounge Updates  Coast to Coast Design is back baby! Give it a listen to learn about just how many ways there are to run a design business. Our Events Page Resources See what our sponsors can do for you. Upcoming Markets High Point Market – April 2 – 6, 2022 More About Our Sponsors Wrap Up If you would like to hear more episodes, please visit us on iTunes, Spotify or your favorite podcasting app! We'd love it if you post a review, you may even hear your review read live on our next podcast. Also, find The Chaise Lounge on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. With that said, keep dreaming big, and keep designing a great design business. See ya!

Flyover Conservatives
News Editor Breaks Down The Current State of Media

Flyover Conservatives

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 78:26


Libby Emmons is a contributor to the Federalist and the New York Post and is the Editor in Chief of The Post Millenial. She is a Columbia Graduate and is an incredible follow on Twitter. We asked her for her thoughts on the current state of media and her responses did not disappoint.Check out her writings From The Post Millenial Here ►  https://thepostmillennial.com/author/libbyemmonsFollow Libby on Twitter Here ► https://twitter.com/libbyemmons-------------------------------------------► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -https://bit.ly/flyovernewsletter► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to 40509 to learn more► Watch ALL our content in FULL on Rumble! https://bit.ly/FlyoverRumble► Support Flyover Directly - https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donate► Flyover Conservatives Gold and Silver Buyer of Choice - https://flyovergold.com► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” when checking out at www.MyPillow.com

Mike Gallagher Podcast
FULL INTERVIEW - Tom Elliott, Founder of Grabien

Mike Gallagher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 13:19


Tom Elliott is the Founder and editor of the news-clipping service, Grabien. He earlier created and produced The Peter Schiff Show, served as Laura Ingraham's long-time executive producer, and wrote editorials at the New York Post and New York Sun. Tom Elliott joins Mike to discuss Grabien being suspended from Twitter & how Big Tech censorship is affecting his media company. Tom explains how Grabien was suspended from Twitter for quoting Rep. Andy Biggs who made a comment about how therapeutics should be part of the equation instead of only focusing on vaccines. Why do people on the Left not get censored for “misinformation”? Are people who are effective in going against a mainstream narrative more of a target for being banned on these social media platforms?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Loving Liberty Radio Network
01-05-2022 Liberty RoundTable with Sam Bushman

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 109:40


Hour 1 * Guest: Becky Akers – a free-lance writer and historian whose work has appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, the Washington Post, Barron's, the New York Post, American History Magazine, the Independent Review, Military History Magazine, the Ottawa Citizen, lewrockwell.com, forbes.com and many other publications and websites – beckyakers.wordpress.com * Becky Akers is also an Author: Halestorm, Abducting Arnold. the revolutionary new novels. Buy them before They're banned! * NY Gov. Kathy Hochul admits COVID hospitalizations overcounted – After top health official confessed she misled parents to promote vaccination of kids – Art Moore, WND.com * Fauci: “If you look at the children that are hospitalized, many of them are hospitalized with Covid, as opposed to because of Covid.” * Is Government outright lying when it comes to everything COVID-related? Hour 2 * The FBI's Secret Weapon In The Capitol Attack Manhunt – A band of online sleuths called “Sedition Hunters” has had an enormous effect on the Jan. 6 investigation – HuffPost.com * Sedition Hunters is a global community of open-source intelligence investigators (OSINT) working together to assist the U.S. FBI and Washington D.C. Capitol Police in finding people who allegedly committed crimes in the January 6 capitol riots – SeditionHunters.org * The us government and its military have declared war on the american people! * Biden declares war on America – Literally! – Charles Hurt, The Washington Times, Thursday, April 29, 2021. * Remember David Daleiden as the undercover journalist who spent 30 months investigating and capturing video evidence of Planned Parenthood ‘s top leadership — medical directors, national program directors, even its Senior Director of Medical Services –¬ callously negotiating the harvesting and sale of aborted baby body parts. And now, he's been charged with nine bogus felonies – Kamala Harris even ordered the California Department of Justice to raid David's home and confiscate his unpublished videos. * Gov. Ratchets Up Using Covid Con As A Pretext To Petal Fear. * The Great Reset Continues! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The John Batchelor Show
Big-town Philadelphia ruination. SalenaZito.com. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette @SalenaZito @DCExaminer. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 6:10


Photo:  Ed Andrews, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait Big-town Philadelphia ruination.  SalenaZito.com. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette @SalenaZito @DCExaminer.  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/restoring-america/fairness-justice/phillys-crime-wave-could-affect-the-midterm-election-results-in-pennsylvania Salina Zito, CNN, New York Post; author, The Great Revolt. @SalenaZito SalenaZito.com @DCExaminer

The John Batchelor Show
Small-town Pittsburgh at Café Raymond. SalenaZito.com. SalenaZito @DCExaminer Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 12:32


Photo:  Pittsburgh, Pa., from Mt. Washington  Small-town Pittsburgh at Café Raymond. SalenaZito.com. SalenaZito @DCExaminer Pittsburgh Post-Gazette https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/insight/2022/01/02/Salena-Zito-Middle-of-somewhere-Small-town-is-a-feeling-in-the-Strip-District/stories/202112280026 Salina Zito, CNN, New York Post; author, The Great Revolt. @SalenaZito SalenaZito.com @DCExaminer

The Sean Hannity Show
New York's Racial Risk Factor - January 5th, Hour 3

The Sean Hannity Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 34:38


Competitive Enterprise Institute's Dr. Joel Zinberg has a new oped in the New York Post decrying NYC's and New York state's new "racial risk factor" guidelines, he is an MD, JD, and health policy expert, joining him is Ken Blackwell, who is outraged by another race issue, the Farmington Michigan school district and their equity challenge. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Policy Punchline
Gregory Zuckerman: A Shot to Save the World

Policy Punchline

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 43:56


Gregory Zuckerman is a nonfiction author and special writer at The Wall Street Journal. Before joining the Journal, Zuckerman was managing editor of Mergers and Acquisitions Reports, a trade publication of Investment Dealers' Digest, and the New York Post as a media reporter. At the Journal, Zuckerman is an investigative reporter covering business and investing topics. He is a three-time winner of the Gerald Loeb Award, the highest honor in business journalism. He regularly appears on CNBC, Fox News, Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg Television, and more. Zuckerman's works include The Man Who Solved the Market: How Jim Simons Launched the Quant Revolution, The Frackers: The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters, and his latest book, A Shot to Save the World: The Inside Story of the Life-or-Death Race for a COVID-19 Vaccine, covering mRNA vaccine development. A Shot to Save the World was longlisted for the Financial Times/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award. In this episode, we hit a wide range of topics, starting with how Mr. Zuckerman wrote his book, and his experiences with the characters he writes about. We then discuss public policy and financing, and how the vaccine development process can be critiqued and updated. Finally, we talk about societal perception of science, and how it should change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine development process. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Hosts: Sullivan Meyer and Neal Reddy Design: Ryan Vuono Editor: Marko Petrovic

The FOX News Rundown
2022 and the Fight for Control of Congress

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 30:31


With the year coming to an end and the midterm elections fast approaching, 2022 is certain to be a significant time for President Biden and the Democrats to fight to maintain control of Congress as Republicans head towards November with high expectations. Against the Grain columnist at National Journal and Fox News Radio Political Analyst, Josh Kraushaar joins to break down why 2022 will be an influential year for U.S. politics. He explains how the Biden administration and Democrats started the year with successes before making various legislative missteps, why the Build Back Better bill is unlikely to be compromised on, which Senate and House races will be the most closely contested in 2022 and whether former President Trump will reveal his 2024 intentions in the coming year. ​​ Last week, President Biden signed two bills into law that aim to address the health issues thousands of U.S. veterans are facing as a result of their exposure to burn pits. Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin joins to explain the ways the Biden administration and Veteran Affairs have been pushing to help veterans impacted by burn pits, the influence that raising awareness had for making progress on the issue, and how the burn pit controversy may change the way the military examines practices potentially harmful to servicemembers' health. Plus, commentary by New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz.

From Washington – FOX News Radio
2022 and the Fight for Control of Congress

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 30:31


With the year coming to an end and the midterm elections fast approaching, 2022 is certain to be a significant time for President Biden and the Democrats to fight to maintain control of Congress as Republicans head towards November with high expectations. Against the Grain columnist at National Journal and Fox News Radio Political Analyst, Josh Kraushaar joins to break down why 2022 will be an influential year for U.S. politics. He explains how the Biden administration and Democrats started the year with successes before making various legislative missteps, why the Build Back Better bill is unlikely to be compromised on, which Senate and House races will be the most closely contested in 2022 and whether former President Trump will reveal his 2024 intentions in the coming year. ​​ Last week, President Biden signed two bills into law that aim to address the health issues thousands of U.S. veterans are facing as a result of their exposure to burn pits. Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin joins to explain the ways the Biden administration and Veteran Affairs have been pushing to help veterans impacted by burn pits, the influence that raising awareness had for making progress on the issue, and how the burn pit controversy may change the way the military examines practices potentially harmful to servicemembers' health. Plus, commentary by New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz.

WFAN: On-Demand
01/03/21 Lori Rubinson with Brian Costello

WFAN: On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 20:35


Lori asks the New York Post and WFAN's Brian Costello about the botched 4th down play and many other takeaways from the Jets' last-second loss to Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
255: Ghislaine Maxwell Found Guilty of Sex Trafficking For Epstein, Now What? | True Crime Podcast

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 42:24


Ghislaine Maxwell has been found guilty on all but one of the counts. The New York Post reports "Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted Wednesday evening of recruiting and grooming underage girls for years as Jeffrey Epstein's madam — capping a stunning fall from grace for the British socialite, who could now spend the rest of her life behind bars. Maxwell, who turned 60 on Christmas Day, sat still as the unanimous verdict on five of six counts was read aloud. When it was done, she poured herself a cup of water from a Fiji bottle and took a swig, then conferred with her lawyer." The other counts Maxwell was found guilty of were:  Count 1: conspiracy to entice a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison. Count 3: conspiracy to transport a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison. Count 4: transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. Count 5: conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors, which carries a statutory maximum of five years in prison. Get more at http://www.darksidepod.com

Rob Smith is Problematic
Episode 105: The View Struggles to Find A Republican Cohost, CRT is in focus (again), and Child Masking Forces a New York City Mom to Move to Florida!

Rob Smith is Problematic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 43:14


The View is struggling to find a new conservative host, a New York Post writer is leaving New York city for her children, and she wrote all about it, and a GOP congressman battles a liberal about Critical Race Theory - as one of its leading advocates says parents shouldn't have any say on what is taught in schools! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Nobody Told Me!
Kirsten Powers: ...Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, and Learn to Coexist with People Who Drive You Nuts

Nobody Told Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 38:14


On this episode, we'll take a look at “grace”, and explore why grace may be difficult for you to tap into. Our guest is CNN senior political analyst Kirsten Powers, who is a former political analyst for Fox News. Kirsten is also a New York Times bestselling author, in addition to being a former columnist for USA Today, The Daily Beast, American Prospect Online and the New York Post. The Columbia Journalism Review called her Kirsten "an outspoken liberal journalist" in a sea of opposition at Fox News. Her latest book is called "SAVING GRACE: Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, and Learn to Coexist with People Who Drive You Nuts". Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! --> Schwab: offers a variety of easy, flexible financial planning options that can rise to meet any of life's many curveballs. Whether it's making a complimentary retirement plan online or chatting directly with a financial consultant, anyone can look forward to planning with Schwab! Learn more at Schwab.com/plan --> Truebill: the easiest way to find subscriptions, manage bills, and even cancel recurring charges with a single click. Start canceling today at http://www.truebill.com/nobodytoldme --> Noom Mood: an app that pairs you with a coach who gives you the tools needed to shift to better manage your daily stress and anxiety in just ten minutes a day. Work at your own pace, wherever and whenever you want. Millions have experienced success dieting with Noom Weight, and the same brilliant minds behind it are now tackling mental wellbeing. Sign up for a free trial at http://www.noom.com/ntm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie
Karol Markowicz's Escape From New York Should Worry Blue-State America

The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 50:04


This Brooklyn-bred New York Post columnist and her family are fleeing to Florida due to bad education policy and COVID mismanagement.

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
Year In Review w/ Andrew Marchand & John Ourand

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 89:41


Episode 370 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina is a 2021 Sports Media Review edition with Andrew Marchand of the "New York Post" and John Ourand of "Sports Business Journal." During the episode, we recap the biggest stories of the past year including a big NFL television move, a major controversy at ESPN and the ManningCast. We also identify sports media figures who had the best year and which sports media figures had a breakout year in 2021. We also look at the ups and downs for ESPN and FOX and highlight some of the major sports media news of 2021. The podcast closes with the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York discuss their love of a certain radio DJ, Super Bowl betting odds and much more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Love thy Lawyer
Michael Kaplen - Brooklyn Law

Love thy Lawyer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 20:17


lovethylawyer.comA transcript of this podcast is easily available at lovethylawyer.com.Go to https://www.lovethylawyer.com/blog for transcripts.Michael V. Kaplen, Esq. De Caro & Kaplen, LLP 427 Bedford Road Pleasantville, NY 10570 (914) 747 4410 michael@brainlaw.comwww.brainlaw.com Michael V. Kaplen is a senior partner in the New York personal injury law firm, De Caro & Kaplen, LLP. His practice focuses on personal injury and medical malpractice with an emphasis on representing individuals who have sustained a traumatic or acquired brain injury and other catastrophic injuries. Michael is a Professorial Lecturer in Law at The George Washington University Law School where he teaches the only course in the nation devoted to traumatic brain injury law. He was an invited by President Obama to be a participant in the 2014, White House Healthy Kids & Safe Sports Concussion Summit and serves as a member of the American Academy of Neurology, Concussion Work Group. He served as the Co-Chair of the Tort Section of the New York County Lawyer's Association and on the Board of Directors of Public Justice. Michael served as a member of the Medical Malpractice Screening Panel, New York State Appellate Division, First and Second Judicial Departments. Michael served as a vice president of the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers and a member of their board of directors. Besides his teaching responsibilities at The George Washington University Law School, he has taught courses in trial practice and medical malpractice at St. John's University School of Law and is Clinical Professor of Psychology in the Graduate School of Psychology, Touro College. He is a guest lecturer at The George Washington University School, Graduate School of Education and Human Development and a member of the Board of Advisors, The New York Traumatic Brain Injury Model System Program, Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York. Michael has been selected a New York Super Lawyer for the last 14 years and named as one of the top 100 trial lawyers in New York State by the American Association of Trial Lawyers. Michael is a frequent national lecturer on brain injury advocacy.His views and opinions are often sort by well-known news sources including, The New York Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, Gannet News Services, the New York Daily News, the National Law Journal, the New York Post, the Huffington Post, ABC News, CBS News, ESPN, Fox Broadcasting, and NBC News. Michael is admitted to the bars of New York, Florida, and the District of Columbia. He is admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, 3rd Circuit and the District of Columbia; and the United States District Courts for the Southern, Eastern and North Districts of New York. Michael Kaplenhttps://brainlaw.com/ Louis Goodman www.louisgoodman.com louisgoodman2010@gmail.com 510.582.9090  Musical theme by Joel Katz, Seaside Recording, Maui Technical support: Bryan Matheson, Skyline Studios, Oakland  We'd love to hear from you.  Send us an email at louisgoodman2010@gmail.com. Please subscribe and listen. Then tell us who you want to hear and what areas of interest you'd like us to cover. 

Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

Dan & Amy react to Mayor Lightfoot's new plan for Public Safety, and take caller reaction to Lightfoot's press conference  Watkins Elementary in DC: 3rd graders re-enact the Holocaust Dan & Amy discuss the kidnapped Missionaries escape from Haiti 1:00:35- President at Wirepoints, Ted Dabrowski, gives reaction to the Kim Foxx report and Lightfoot's Public Safety speech Check out Ted's latest - wirepoints.org 1:18:50- Former Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, Eddie Johnson, offers his perspective on Chicago Crime and the Smollett case  1:37:45- Peter Berkowitz, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and former Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. State Department: Freedom, Conservatism, and the Common Good Follow Peter on twitter - @BerkowitzPeter 1:51:45- Karol Markowicz, columnist for the New York Post, doesn't see NYC returning to sanity anytime in the near future Follow Karol on twitter - @karol   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Knicks Fan TV: The Podcast
Knicks Weekly: Marc Berman Interview | Knicks Make Roster Moves! | Kemba -Thibs Fallout

Knicks Fan TV: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 107:45


On this episode of Knicks Weekly, Knicks insider Marc Berman of the New York Post joins CP The Fanchise to dish on the Kemba Walker, Tom Thibodeau rift, Julius Randles struggles, potential trade candidates and more! Then CP is joined by Alex Trataros & JD Sports Talk to recap the week that was for the Knicks, the stats of the week and player of the week! Get 20% off plus free shipping at Manscaped. Go to manscaped.com and enter promo code KFTV at checkout! $$ Support The Movement, Donate To The Show! $$ Paypal - paypal.me/knicksfantv CashApp - cash.app/$knicksfantv Join our Discord - https://discord.gg/sT3E6HqCKC JOIN THE MISSION TO 50K YOUTUBE SUBSCRIBERS! - Youtube.com/knicksfantv FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/KnicksFanTVFB INSTAGRAM: Instagram.com/KnicksfanTV TWITTER: Twitter.com/Knicksfantv Join Our Mailing List to stay informed on new, future content and events! - http://eepurl.com/guEaOj GET YOUR KNICKSFANTV MERCH! - https://kftv.creator-spring.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
How NY Times Bestselling Biographer Laurence Leamer Writes

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 29:21


#PodcastersForJustice Award-winning journalist and bestselling biographer, Laurence Leamer, spoke to me about getting banned from Mar a Lago, why book proposals are a con job, and Truman Capote's Women (and terminal writer's block). Laurence is best known as the New York Times bestselling author of multiple celebrity biographies, including the trilogy, The Kennedy Women, The Kennedy Men, and Sons of Camelot. His latest, Capote's Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era, was named one of 2021's Most Anticipate Books in People, The New York Post, and Town & Country. The book has been described as an in-depth exploration of "...the complex web of relationships and scandalous true stories behind Truman Capote's never-published final novel, Answered Prayers..." Publishers Weekly wrote of the book, “Biographer Leamer (The Kennedy Women) showcases his knack for telling a rattling good tale in this vivid look at Truman Capote's failed attempt to write ‘the greatest novel of the age.' . . . This juicy story delivers.” Stay calm and write on ... Discover The Writer Files Extra You can now have The Writer Files podcast dropped right into your email inbox every time there's a new show. No more shaking your podcast app! As a subscriber, Kelton will send you added insights, links to TWF merch (like "Stay Calm and Write On" coffee mugs anyone?), curated collections of shows like The Publishing Series and The Writer's Brain, updates, and occasional special offers. Learn more at the link below and take our AuthorPods podcasting course survey. Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please "Follow" us to automatically see new interviews In this file Laurence Leamer and I discussed: The advice, "If your books aren't controversial, you're doing it wrong" Why writers always answer the phone on the first ring Over-research and God's greatest gift to writers The difference between living and dead biography subjects And a lot more! Show Notes: Leamer.com Laurence Leamer - Wikipedia Capote's Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era By Laurence Leamer (Amazon) Laurence Leamer Author Page (Amazon) Laurence Leamer on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter 5eAZShcQzjRgNX13Y5a1

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Daily Review with Clay and Buck - Dec 17 2021

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 57:08


Fox's Brian Kilmeade on covid insanity, texting with Trump and others on Jan. 6th, and his new history book. Team EIB (and Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert) surprise Buck with an early birthday cake -- and CNN doesn't understand gas prices. Karol Markowicz, New York Post columnist, on why she left New York for Florida. The Hindenburg of vaccines and Build Back Bust. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H3 – Dec 17 2021

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 45:05


The New York Post's Karol Markowicz tells C&B why she's leaving New York. J&J is the Hindenburg of vaccines. NFL covid mayhem. Manchin may be saving the Dems from destroying themselves. Buck gets a new scooter for his 40th birthday. Clay and Buck wrap up 2021 together. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Clip Out
238: Unpacking the 'Sex And The City' Flap plus our interview with Brittany Allen

The Clip Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 124:45


John Mills joins us to discuss the Sex And The City controversy. Peloton stock takes a hit after SATC. Ryan Reynolds helps Peloton craft a response. Peloton competitors try (and fail) to get snarky with Peloton. The New York Times asks if Peloton can sue HBO. Canadian news channel CP24 talks to Crystal. Dr. Jenn -  The Strive Score is now available on the app. John Foley's lavish holiday party gets lambasted.  Foley responds to rumors of Peloton halting new product development. The New York Post writes about Howie Godnick. Business Insider ranks the best company cultures. Yahoo writes about Peloton's music investment. Self Magazine spotlights the best treadmills. iFit announces lay-offs. Angelo joins us to talk about the best on-the-go breakfasts. The New York Post spotlights Jess King. People Magazine has a feature with Robin and Athena. We have a past guest update from Carey Socol. We have a new artist collaboration with ABBA and a teaser for the next artist series. The co-creator of HBOMax's "Sex Lives of College Girls" has a Peloton. Selena Samuela has a glutes and legs challenge. Birthdays - Marcel Maurer had a birthday on December 12. All this plus our interview with Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Clip Out community today: theclipout.com The Clip Out Facebook The Clip Out Twitter The Clip Out Instagram

The Tom Woods Show
Ep. 2028 The Destruction of New York City

The Tom Woods Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 34:35


Karol Markowicz of the New York Post joins us to discuss the rapid decline of a once-great city by irrational and punitive mandates and useless and destructive so-called health interventions.

The John Batchelor Show
Awakening the left-behind counties of Middle America. SalenaZito.com @SalenaZito @DCExaminer

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 5:40


Photo: Awakening the left-behind counties of Middle America. SalenaZito.com @SalenaZito  @DCExaminer https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/insight/2021/11/28/Salena-Zito-2-Ohio-counties-combat-population-losses/stories/202111280037 Salina Zito, CNN, New York Post; author, The Great Revolt. @SalenaZito SalenaZito.com @DCExaminer

The John Batchelor Show
The birth and re-birth of Tucker County, West Virginia. SalenaZito.com @SalenaZito @DCExaminer

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 13:10


Photo: The birth and re-birth of Tucker County, West Virginia. SalenaZito.com @SalenaZito  @DCExaminer https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op-Ed/2021/12/12/Middle-of-Somewhere-Salena-Zito-This-small-town-likes-it-that-way/stories/202112120028f Salina Zito, CNN, New York Post; author, The Great Revolt. @SalenaZito SalenaZito.com @DCExaminer

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
King of Stuff: Miranda Devine and the ‘Laptop from Hell' (#356)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 45:53


The King of Stuff welcomes Miranda Devine, author, New York Post columnist, and Fox News contributor. She wrote Laptop from Hell, a bestseller with the inside story of Hunter Biden's laptop. The story almost derailed his father's presidential campaign before igniting one of the greatest media and big-tech coverups in American history. Then Jon talks […]

King of Stuff
E356. Miranda Devine and the ‘Laptop from Hell'

King of Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 45:53


The King of Stuff welcomes Miranda Devine, author, New York Post columnist, and Fox News contributor. She wrote Laptop from Hell, a bestseller with the inside story of Hunter Biden's laptop. The story almost derailed his father's presidential campaign before igniting one of the greatest media and big-tech coverups in American history. Then Jon talks about continuing Covid insanity and the pressing need to open America’s Strategic Meat Reserves. Subscribe to the King of Stuff Spotify playlist featuring picks from the show. This week, Jon recommends “Joanne” by the late, great Michael Nesmith.

The Charlie Kirk Show
Hunter Biden's Laptop from Hell with Miranda Devine

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 34:17


Charlie welcomes New York Post columnist and author of the new book, "Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide." Miranda actually begins by debunking some salacious claims circulating online, while confirming many of the most explosive. Charlie and Miranda then discuss the political trajectory of Gen Z, which is proving more skeptical of legacy media sources and arguments from authority in general. Furthermore, Miranda explains why Tony Bobulinski, the Biden's former business partner, is an American hero and why the media roundly demonized him for speaking out as well as the Biden Family's extensive business ties to Ukraine, China, and beyond. .  Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Chris Stigall Show
The Laptop From Hell and Boycotting Beijing

The Chris Stigall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 62:41


New York Post contributor Miranda Devine has authored the most comprehensive book on the sleazy details of Hunter Biden and the Biden family's sordid financial deals with foreign nations, not to mention the illegal drug, prostitution, and generally depraved behavior of the “First Son.”  It's all in “The Laptop From Hell>”  Miranda also discusses the state of media and the declining trust of our national institutions.  Gordon Chang, author of “The Coming Collapse of China” reacts to the Biden White House announcement they will offer a diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics, but is that tough enough?  What will the Chinese government response be?  And our chief economist Steve Moore reacts to reports that inflation is the new normal for some time to come. 

The Megyn Kelly Show
NBA's China Hypocrisy on Human Rights and COVID Reality, with Enes Kanter Freedom and David Leonhardt | Ep. 215

The Megyn Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 91:16


Megyn Kelly is joined by Enes Kanter Freedom, NBA player, David Leonhardt, New York Times senior writer, and Karol Markowicz of the New York Post, to talk about how Freedom got involved in highlighting human rights abuses, the hypocrisy of LeBron James and Nike, Freedom's "morals over money" stance, what the NBA told Freedom about his shoes (and what he told NBA commissioner Adam Silver), Mayor Bill de Blasio's latest crazy COVID vaccine mandate for kids, the real risk of COVID for young kids, the reality of "long COVID," the truth about whether masks work, the psychology benefits of new COVID treatments, how COVID will "end," whether we'll ever find a middle ground on COVID in America, and more.Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow

The Megyn Kelly Show
Fauci, Cuomo, Hunter, and Omicron, with Sen. Rand Paul, Miranda Devine, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, and Dr. David Dowdy | Ep. 212

The Megyn Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 93:50


Megyn Kelly is joined by Senator Rand Paul, Miranda Devine, New York Post columnist and author of "Laptop From Hell," Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, Professor of Health Policy, Stanford University, and Dr. David Dowdy, Infectious Disease Epidemiologist, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, to talk about Dr. Fauci's latest political statements, CNN suspending Chris Cuomo, Hunter Biden's laptop and President Bien's involvement with China, why we shouldn't panic about the Omicron variant, why America should have put more effort into therapeutic development, the effectiveness of masks on adults and kids, whether vaccine immunity or natural immunity is stronger, COVID boosters, Fauci's conflict of interest, and more.Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow