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Squawk Pod
$80B for the IRS, $7B for Elon, & Cuts for Wall Street Bankers A 8/10/22

Squawk Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 29:18


Elon Musk sold nearly $7 billion worth of Tesla shares, just in case the courts mandate he follow through with his deal to buy Twitter. As a part of the Inflation Reduction Act the IRS will receive an $80 billion investment, but Sen. Tim Scott (R- SC) says it won't help inflation, and it will unfairly impact the average American. He shares why he voted against the bill in the Senate. And layoffs could be coming to a Wall Street bloated with pandemic hires. Lydia Moynihan from the New York Post and CNBC's Hugh Son break down the job (and bonus) cuts ahead for bankers as firms look to reduce costs. Plus, a loss for well-paid golfers, and Sweetgreen's future is looking a little less sweet, and a little less green. In this episode:Andrew Ross Sorkin: @andrewrsorkinMelissa Lee: @MelissaLeeCNBCKatie Kramer: @Kramer_KatieSen. Tim Scott: @SenatorTimScottHugh Son @Hugh_SonLydia Moynihan: @LJMoynihan

Crush the Rush
245 - The Mindset and Awareness You Need to Pivot in Your Business with Jess Glazer DeRose

Crush the Rush

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 36:03


In this episode, learn from Jess Glazer DeRose how to pivot successfully in your business.What we chat about in this episode:-Ditching the hustle culture-The 4-P formula to success-How to pivot successfully in the direction you want to goABOUT JESS: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 (9 down, 91 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.CONNECT WITH JESS: WEBSITE: https://www.jessglazer.com/INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/iamjessicaderose/OTHER LINKS: https://www.jessglazer.com/readingvaultCONNECT WITH HOLLY:TEXT HOLLY: 614-810-4236 or click hereJOIN THE FILL YOUR FUNNEL CHALLENGE: https://www.hollymariehaynes.com/funnelI hope these tips help! Keep in touch! Leave me a message at hollymariehaynes.com or instagram.com/holly_marie_haynes

21 Hats Podcast
Trash, Rats, and Garbage Juice: A Case Study in PR

21 Hats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 48:28


This week, in episode 119, Liz Picarazzi tells Jay Goltz and Sarah Segal about her first brush with bad publicity. Liz's debacle started with a negative post that appeared in a prominent local blog. It was about a Times Square pilot program for which her business, Citibin, is supplying trash bins. The problem? The bins were not being maintained properly, and there were photos to prove it. At the time we recorded this conversation, Liz was bracing for additional stories in both the New York Post and The New York Times. Both of those stories have since been published—we'll talk about them in a coming episode—and you can find links to all of the coverage in the show notes. For Liz, perhaps the biggest challenge was defending her company without trashing her client.Show Notes:Here's the Streetsblog post: https://nyc.streetsblog.org/2022/07/20/gross-clean-curbs-bins-show-growing-pains-in-times-square/Here's the New York Post story: https://nypost.com/2022/07/30/nyc-citibins-leaking-garbage-left-open-in-times-square/And here's The New York Times story: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/06/nyregion/new-york-city-garbage-containers.html

The Joe Piscopo Show
9 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 8-9-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 53:18


Miranda Devine, columnist for the New York Post and the author of "Laptop from Hell" Topic: FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, problem with Christopher WrayJudge Andrew Napolitano, host of the "Judging Freedom" podcast, available on major podcast platforms and at judgenap.comTopic: FBI raid on Mar-a-LagoSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Brad Biggs on latest from Bears training camp & Jon Heyman on MLB (Hour 2)

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:42


In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Tribune to discuss the latest Bears storylines, including offensive tackle Teven Jenkins' return to practice, how the wide receiver newcomers are faring and quarterback Justin Fields' progress. Later, Jon Heyman of the New York Post and Audacy Sports joined the show to discuss the Cubs, the White Sox and right-hander Dylan Cease's continued excellence.

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Jon Heyman believes the White Sox have turned it around

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 13:59


Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Jon Heyman of the New York Post and Audacy Sports to discuss the Cubs' decision to keep catcher Willson Contreras at the trade deadline, the White Sox inching closer in the AL Central race and right-hander Dylan Cease's continued excellence.

On a Mission Podcast
Mass Formation And The Rise Of Totalitarianism - with Professor Mattias Desmet

On a Mission Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 61:41


Mattias Desmet is recognised as the world's leading expert on the theory of mass formation as it applies to the COVID-19 pandemic. He is a professor of clinical psychology in the Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences at Ghent University (Belgium) and a practising psychoanalytic psychotherapist. His work has been discussed widely in the media, including on The Joe Rogan Experience and in Forbes, The New York Post, Salon.com, and Fox News, among hundreds of other outlets. This week Mattias joins me to talk about the startling truth behind the lies told in academic and scientific research, and the terrifying ways in which we as a society are gradually slipping into mass formation - a dangerous, collective type of hypnosis—as we bear witness to loneliness, free-floating anxiety and fear, giving way to censorship, loss of privacy, and surrendered freedoms. KEY TAKEAWAYS The scientific methods currently being used do not allow valid and reliable conclusion drawing. Up to 85% of published research is false. Mass formation is a specific group dynamic, and historical examples permeate history including The Crusades, witch hunts, and the French revolution. The main characteristics are that impact occurs most strikingly at the individual level of functioning. Modern mass formation since the end of the 19th century, has become far longer lasting than those of history. This is largely due to the rise in technology, and the ability to share imagery, narrative and bias through the mass media. Going against mass thinking provokes a sense of loneliness, and in response, we can search for our own version of the narrative. However, in these cases, if we move too far towards conspiracy thinking, then it simply creates a new form of mass formation. BEST MOMENTS 'The danger of the virus was overrated' 'Academic research is plagued by a tragedy of errors' 'I don't think you can understand what makes people so prepared to buy into narratives that are blatantly wrong' 'When someone is in the grip of mass formation, he becomes blind to everything that goes against the narrative the group believes in' 'The mass media are an accessory to modern mass formation' VALUABLE RESOURCES On A Mission - https://omny.fm/shows/on-a-mission   Mattias Desmet - https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mattias-Desmet-2 Mattias Desmet Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mattias.desmet.7 Mattias Desmet LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattias-desmet-65a30013 ABOUT THE HOST Not so long ago, life was barely recognisable for Ellie McKay, raising three children under five, battling post-natal depression, facing redundancy and walking into the job centre to claim benefits with a double pram, no confidence, and wracked with insecurities. Fast forward to today, and life looks very different. Ellie committed to turning her life around for herself and her family. Following this commitment, she got to work and has now built multiple successful companies, as well as having created a multimillion-pound property portfolio from a standing start. Ellie is now on a mission to make a positive impact and add value to others through her podcast which has attracted phenomenal guests worldwide. The show is specifically to help those trying to reach their full potential through its inspirational and motivational content, as well as challenging conventional wisdom to discuss all the “hot topics” in a relentless pursuit of the truth. CONTACT METHODS: Website: http://www.elliemckay.com Linkedin: Linkedin.com/in/ellie-mckay/ Facebook: Facebook.com/ellie.mckay.3150 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onamissonpodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EllieMckay Clubhouse: @ellie83See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AmerikanskaNyhetsanalyser
Av1636: USA-uppdatering med Björn Norström, 6 augusti 2022

AmerikanskaNyhetsanalyser

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 35:33


Ronie Berggren och Björn Norström om det senaste i USA: Konservativa Demokrater i skottgluggen i samband med Demokraternas utgiftspaket; Blixten slår ner utanför Vita huset; Britanny Griner döms till 9 års fängelse i Ryssland; CPAC i full gång i Texas; Netflix lägger inte ut Light year i Mellanöstern; Filmen Batgirl för Woke för att släppas på bio; Indiana inför hårda anti-abortlagar; Allt fler komiker stöder komikern Dave Chapelles yttrandefrihet; Alex Jones döms till hårda böter för lögner om Sandy Hook-skjutningen; Kina sanktionerar Nancy Pelosi; Texas bussar migranter till såväl Washington D.C som New York City; Apkoppor nu högt på agendan också i USA; BLM-aktivist hotar journalist på New York Post; Republikanska kongresskvinnan Jackie Walorski från Indiana död i bilolycka; Paul Pelosi åtalas för rattfylla; Trumps guvernörskandidat Kari Lake vinner primärvalet i Arizona; Valfusk mycket svårt i Arizona; Jobben ökade med 500,000 i juli månad; Pentagon säger nej till att hjälpa Washington D.C med migranter; Vapenförsäljningen i Massachusetts högsta på flera år; Hedersmord förekommer även i USA. -------- STÖD AMERIKANSKA NYHETSANALYSER: https://usapol.blogspot.com/p/stod-oss-support-us.html

The Larry Kudlow Show
Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist and New York Post Columnist Michael Goodwin | 08-06-2022

The Larry Kudlow Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 18:44


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The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Sohrab Ahmari On The Failures Of Liberalism

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:20 Very Popular


Sohrab is a founder and editor of Compact: A Radical American Journal, and he’s a contributing editor at The American Conservative. He spent nearly a decade at News Corp. — as the op-ed editor of the New York Post and as a columnist and editor with the WSJ opinion pages in New York and London. His books include From Fire, by Water: My Journey to the Catholic Faith and The Unbroken Thread: Discovering the Wisdom of Tradition in an Age of Chaos. A new voice for a new conservatism, I tried to talk him through how he got to this place — politically and spiritually.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above (or on the right side of the player, click “Listen On” to add the Dishcast feed to your favorite podcast app). For two clips of our convo — on whether the free market is actually a tyranny, and how many liberals actually reject democracy, e.g. Brexit — pop over to our YouTube page.Sohrab’s appearance this week is a good excuse to publish a transcript from David French, his great nemesis in conservative circles. Here’s a clip from David’s Dishcast:A reader wrote last week:I know the Sohrab episode isn’t out yet, but judging by his Twitter presence, it’s going to be a real barnburner of sophistry. His latest quips regarding foreign policy are ones that I find to be ignorant, especially his quips at Yascha Mounk. I know you’ve already shot the episode, but I’d suggest you check out the book, The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization. I think it really puts into perspective what American military might has brought to the world (absent, obviously, some of the more glaring blunders), and it might give context, rather than rhetoric, to Sohrab’s arguments.We clashed a little, but I also gave him space and time to explain his own strange journey to this brand of neo-reactionism. In my view, his biography tells you a lot about his need for moral and political “absolutes.” In my book, that makes him close to the opposite of a conservative.If you’re sympathetic to Sohrab’s arguments, send us a comment for next week’s edition: dish@andrewsullivan.com. On last week’s episode of the Dishcast, a listener writes:Terrific interview with Larry Summers. Though my politics are thisclose to Summers’, he floated two whoppers in his talk with you.1) His suggestion that the United States and other liberal democracies can “build their ways” out of right-wing authoritarianism with more housing, infrastructure and health care is simply not true. Not even close. The evidence is very clear that the driving force behind right-wing illiberalism is demographics and left-wing illiberalism is culture. Under investment in macro-economic indicators is a problem, to be sure, but it has nothing to do with illiberalism.2) The United States is decidedly not an exporter of inflation. The US dollar is at historic highs, which means foreigners are investing in America and in dollar denominated assets, because Joe Biden’s America represents the “nicest house in a bad neighborhood,” when measured by jobs growth, business investment, private consumption and personal savings.Summers is right that the America Rescue Plan was too generous. But he seems reluctant to consider the historic relevance of the post-WWII era when American inflation was 14% in 1947, 8% in 1948 and -1% in 1949. As in the post-pandemic era, aggregate demand in the late 1940s rebounded a lot faster than supply, and consumers worldwide bid up the prices of scarce goods, services and raw materials.Summers responds:On the reader’s first point, it’s an interesting hypothesis, but my guess is if there were more and better blue-collar jobs, more affordable housing, and more prosperity, there would be less raging populism.On the second point, I don’t agree. The demand from the US has contributed to global bottlenecks. The strong dollar means weak other currencies which adds to their inflation. I have thought much about the post-WWII period, and I doubt it is a good parallel. There was the effect of removing price controls. There were very different expectations under the gold standard and given the recent depression.I agree with my reader on the core cultural question of left over-reach. I suspect Larry does too — but it’s not a subject he’s comfortable with, especially since his Harvard cancellation. Another reader looks to the deepening tribalism on the right:Perhaps you missed it, but I haven’t seen the Dish comment on the Texas GOP platform yet. This surprises me, since the Dish is, in my view, the most important defender of classical liberalism on the web. The platform of the largest state Republican Party in the country can be found here. From the AP’s summary:Approved by 5,000-plus party delegates last weekend in Houston during the party’s biennial convention, the new platform brands President Joe Biden an “acting” commander-in-chief who was never “legitimately elected.” It may not matter who the president is, though, since the platform takes previous language about secession much farther — urging the Republican-controlled legislature to put the question of leaving the United States to voters next year. The platform also says homosexuality is “an abnormal lifestyle choice” …The platform is the guiding document of a political party that has controlled every executive office in Texas since 2002, a state of almost 40 million people. To put this number in perspective: that’s more than twice as many of our fellow citizens who attend college this year and 25 times as many of our fellow Americans who identify as transgender. Texas and Florida lie at the heart of today’s Republican Party, demographically and financially. To ignore what those Republicans stand for is as near-sighted as ignoring how California and New York stand in the vanguard of what the national Democratic Party will stand for a few years out.The platform is an affront to liberalism and an example of the “movement after Trump” that you’ve speculated about. In my view, the movement preceded Trump and will proceed in his aftermath.The extremism was on full display this week in Dallas, as CPAC cheered Viktor Orbàn’s denunciation of marriage equality (which has 71 percent support nationally). I agree it’s creepy and deranged. But so is the postmodern, pro-criminal madness of the CRT/CQT/CGT Democrats — and they run California.On the growing affection for the Hungarian president on the American right, here’s “a Hungarian living under the Orbán regime”:In my mind, he has become popular among Republicans for two reasons:The fundamental problems of Hungarian society (and most of post-communist Europe’s) are not dissimilar to those of the US — at least on the surface. The cultural cleavages between the “globalist elite” and the “deplorables” are similarly wide. Multiculturalism and the markets’ winner-takes-all logic hit these post-communist societies harder than most, because local communities had been extremely weak to begin with: the communists had been suspicious of any organic communities therefore had worked very hard to suppress and eliminate them as much as they could. Capitalism, financialization, globalization and the wholesale urbanization of culture all happened at once when these societies were completely atomized. No wonder many felt that nobody cared about their problems and all they received from the elite was some lecturing on the inevitability of these phenomena. The American society has gotten to a similar stage through a different path, nicely documented by Robert Putnam. Therefore, the US lower-middle class resonates well to the messages developed from a Hungarian experience.Viktor Orbán and his team have made conscious and expensive efforts to reach out to Trump Republicans (word in Budapest is that Arthur Finkelstein and Benjamin Netanyahu were instrumental in this effort). The regime has not spared any money to welcome, wine, and dine second- and third-tear MAGA influencers. They came, got impressed, and spread the word at home. It definitely helped that these tours have been all-inclusive: who would not like to spend a few days in cool and beautiful Budapest — for free? Moreover, they received and continue to receive official respect. This is all the more attractive now that they are far from the halls of power in the US. It should not be surprising that they were all too happy to believe the propaganda that the regime fed them.I am sure I don’t see the full picture on the American side, but these factors seem to be quite important in explaining Orbán’s popularity in the US.One of those American conservatives courted by Orbán is Rod Dreher. A reader defends Rod:I’ve generally agreed with most of your recent output and was pleasantly surprised to read your more-than-lukewarm enthusiasm for a DeSantis administration.  However, I think you’re being rather unfair on Twitter to Rod Dreher regarding Orbán and Hungary. First of all, you and Rod clearly agree that the current level of immigration to the US (and the West more generally) is unsustainably high, and that continuing to bring ever larger numbers of culturally, racially, and religiously diverse groups of primarily economic migrants into any country is bound to increase social tension and strain social safety nets. You also agree that this is especially reckless under a regnant elite ideology that constantly denigrates Western cultural traditions, antagonizing the native-born white population while simultaneously promoting the importance of group identity and solidarity for non-whites. It’s a recipe for civilizational suicide.I get that Rod is enamored with Orbán and wants an American president somewhat in that vein, but it’s ridiculous to say that he thinks everything that Orbán does for Hungary will translate well for the US or that he would support every analogous policy here. Rod explicitly denies thinking that in almost every post he writes about Orbán. In addition, Rod is right that racial issues are completely different in the US and Hungary. An ethnically homogeneous country like Hungary that seeks to restrict immigration levels in order to preserve its national character will necessarily exclude most foreign-born members of other racial groups from citizenship. White European countries that do this (and are explicit about their motivations for doing this) should not be held to a different standard than non-white, non-European countries such as Japan that do this (and are also explicit about their motivations for doing this). It is perfectly reasonable for Hungarians to look at the recent experience of Western Europe and decide that they don’t want to establish another Molenbeek in suburban Budapest. Excluding prospective immigrants for any reason is in no way comparable to committing atrocities against long-resident minority populations like the ongoing Uyghur genocide in China.Furthermore, the meat of the argument Orbán makes surrounding his objectionable Camp of the Saints reference reads to me as in the same vein as Douglas Murray’s thesis in his masterful anti-Merkelian philippic The Strange Death of Europe, the main difference being that Murray’s perspective is that of the tragic observer, while Orbán obviously has the ability to devise government policies in line with his views. And Murray was on your podcast recently.In this speech, Orbán, like Murray, is not primarily attacking the migrants themselves, but rather the European political class that constantly ignores its constituents’ wishes on the matter of immigration levels and sources, and that will not be satisfied until every EU country “diversifies” itself by accepting large numbers of Third World migrants. The same could almost be said about Raspail’s book, The Camp of the Saints, which, despite its disgustingness, provides a useful indictment of a decadent and self-loathing Western elite that is unwilling to fight to preserve its cultural heritage. Indeed, Murray, Orbán, and Raspail would essentially all endorse the same policy outcome (complete moratorium, or at least severe restriction, of non-European immigration) for essentially the same reason (desire to preserve historic character and culture of their societies). They only really differ in their level of empathy for the non-European migrants, with Murray capable of recognizing their individual humanity, Orbán treating them more as an impersonal force of nature to be repelled, and Raspail viewing them with racist contempt as a demonic horde who the last “heroes” of the West will die fighting against. None of them view chronic Third World immiseration as the West’s problem to solve, least of all by allowing the impoverished masses to indefinitely relocate to Europe.The Covid era showed that Western countries do indeed have the means to control their borders when necessary. But their ruling classes do not think that voters’ preferences for less immigration — tainted as they must be by ignorance, “xenophobia” and “racism” — are a good enough reason to actually enforce their laws. And even restrictionist-leaning administrations have trouble following through with policies that inevitably appear heartless towards those who seek shelter in the West, because each individual migrant often has a generally sympathetic story and by himself wouldn’t pose a great burden on the receiving society. Yet unfortunately the annual influx of millions of these individuals does strain Western countries, and sometimes tough choices must be made. It seems like an unfortunate reality that it takes someone who is otherwise unpalatable like Orbán to actually enforce immigration restrictions these days. I know I’d vastly prefer someone clear-eyed (even cold-hearted) and competent like him in charge of our southern border over Biden or even Trump.Lastly, it’s one thing to criticize Orbán for the specific comments he made in the speech, but your continuing guilt-by-association smears of Rod are just lazy. I could analogously indict you on the same topic — not for anything you’ve specifically said or written, but that, say, “I heard Andrew Sullivan did a friendly podcast with Ann Coulter where he largely agreed with her about our current immigration issues… In a recent article she wrote ‘(insert egregiously inflammatory sentence stripped of any context)’… Coulter also endorsed articles that were published on the website of an SPLC-certified hate group… Ergo Andrew Sullivan endorses white nationalism.” On his blog, Rod clearly and repeatedly says he disagrees with the anti-“race-mixing” language, especially as applied to America and other multiracial societies, and admits that The Camp of the Saints is a racist novel that shouldn’t be praised the way Orbán did. But those demerits don’t invalidate Orbán’s main argument. He can be “racist” by American standards and still right about the overall immigration strategy that is best for Hungary.I know you despise Orbán, and Rod rankles you with some of his posts that deploy a knee-jerk “think of the children” outrage regarding gay and trans news. But you’re better than stooping to insinuations of racism against him personally, especially when you’re pretty much on the same page regarding the challenges that mass immigration poses for the West. Not sure if it’s something you could hash out with him on a podcast or if tensions are too high, but it could be productive for both of you. Thanks for these comments, which I don’t disagree with much. I haven’t called Rod a racist, and don’t think he is. The trouble for me lies less in his defense of Orbanism than of Orbán himself — to the point of becoming a near p.r. spokesman for this authoritarian. The only moment I have actually called Rod out was when he insinuated without evidence that a gay man with monkeypox may have raped a toddler to explain why the kid came down with the disease. Rod withdrew the remark. It’s also perplexing that he shares my disgust at Camp of the Saints but finds nothing significant in Orbán’s belief that the book is “outstanding.” At some point, the rationalization has to stop. Another reader wants me to be less productive with Rod:Please, please, Andrew! Do an old-fashioned fisking already! Dreher is totally unhinged! For example: I’m not saying gays are Nazis, but …Or pick any of his recent articles. Twenty bullet points for defending the “race mixing” comment! Gays didn’t exist forever before Diaghilev! Libraries are groomers! They are so so far beyond. And if you try to comment, you are deleted or told you are doing “whataboutism.”Best not to use the term “fisking” around Rod. From a reader who loves pluralism and cultural diversity:I have trouble understanding why people in the US have trouble with newcomers.  Maybe because my dad and maternal grandparents were immigrants, I have a closer view. In my 76 years, I can’t even begin to tell you what I have learned from folks who are NOT like me: black people, immigrants from a whole lot of places in the world, plus their children. I think people who are afraid of being “replaced” have to have some deep-seated insecurity that I don’t understand. For Tucker Carlson to spout the garbage that he does to get ratings is just scary to me, because it seems to help unleash the worst in people. And believe me, it’s not just a color divide. My Polish dad and Italian mom were subject to all kinds of discrimination and harassment, but it was much easier for them to assimilate because they were white and certainly much easier for their children. My life is so much fuller because not everyone I know and care about looks, acts, or thinks the same. Including you!I’ve long lived in highly diverse places and love it. But I’m not a typical human being, and the desire to live among “people like you” is so deeply ingrained in human nature it deserves respect in public policy. I’m pro-immigrant, but the pace and scale of migration right now is far beyond what a country needs to retain a sense of itself, its history and identity. We’re at a century-high peak of immigration; and we could do with a respite for cultural and social cohesion. “A long-time subscriber, first-time correspondent” has some guest recommendations for the Dishcast: One theme I’ve particularly enjoyed on your podcast is faith and secularism in the contemporary world. I’m writing to suggest several thinkers who could bring a lot to that discussion.First is the eminent philosopher Charles Taylor, the most important living Canadian intellectual. While he’s contributed to many branches of thought, his book A Secular Age transformed the study of religious faith in the modern world. He’s also interested in the concept of multiculturalism and has stood up against efforts in Quebec to stop Muslim women from wearing the hijab. His political stance is more communitarian than liberal, though, and he’s had fascinating dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and other thinkers.Another suggestion is the Anglican theologian and philosopher John Milbank. As a founder of the Radical Orthodoxy movement, he’s taken on liberalism more directly, but I think the two of you could have a very constructive conversation about it. He would also have really interesting — and maybe provocative — things to say about continental philosophy (he has coauthored books with Slavoj Žižek!), Brexit, and the future of Western political systems.Finally, I’d recommend the Protestant theologian James (Jamie) K. A. Smith, a philosophy professor at Calvin University. He’s written many books on Christianity in the contemporary world, drawing especially on postmodern philosophy. He is particularly interested in how Christian intellectuals can engage with contemporary art and literature, and is editor-in-chief of the journal Image.I actually read A Secular Age in its entirety a couple of years ago. It’s magisterial but bloated: two words I’m not sure work on a podcast. But thanks for the other suggestions. Next up, a reader with some personal advice:I wanted to tell you something based upon a comment you made discussing your testosterone shots. Get Biote pellets. I did, and I don’t have the ups and downs. You get them put in every 4-6 months, depending on how active you are with exercise and sex. I work out every day, so I get them replaced at the 4-month mark. It’s also referred to as hormone replacement therapy. I used to use the cream daily, but I felt like s**t every morning until I put the cream on again. I have no ups and downs now, and my levels stay around 1,200. You can do less if you want, but man, I feel great for months at a time and it’s not that expensive. One more reader:You linked to an interesting piece by Lisa Selin Davis with the teaser, “What if ‘life-saving care’ for trans kids is really more about cosmetic passing?” Yes, it does seem like transitioning is mostly cosmetic. I wonder if trans advocates would support men who want to take testosterone for bodybuilding. What about professional sports, to get a competitive edge? What about Olympic sports? Any thoughts?I’m not against adult men using steroids to get bigger and hotter. Au contraire. I’m not against trans adults using any safe, pharmaceutical methods to “pass” more easily. I’m against using these very powerful substance on children without extremely careful vetting and an expansive mental health assessment. Yes, transing them before puberty could make them more likely to pass as adults — but I don’t believe most are mature enough to make that kind of decision at that age, especially when it may guarantee them sterility and, in some cases, an inability to experience orgasm ever. Keep the dissents and other comments coming: dish@andrewsullivan.com. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

Rod Arquette Show
Rod Arquette Show: Why Pro-LIfers Shouldn't Worry About Kansas Vote Outcome

Rod Arquette Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 111:29


Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Thursday, August 4, 20224:20 pm: Barrington D. Martin II, Co-National Director of Our America, joins the show to discuss his piece for the New York Post in which he says we need to stop loud radicals from drowning out the pro-American majority 4:38 pm: Freedomworks Economist Steve Moore joins the show for his weekly visit with Rod about politics and the nation's economy6:05 pm: Michael J. New, Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice at the Busch School of Business at the Catholic University of America joins the show to discuss his piece in The Federalist about how pro-lifers shouldn't worry about Kansas voters shooting down an amendment to the state's constitution that would have removed a right to an abortion6:20 pm: Brad Polumbo, a Writing Fellow at the Foundation for Economic Education joins the show to discuss his piece in the Washington Examiner in which he says the artist Beyonce caved to the woke mob with her decision to change a song lyric6:38 pm: Comedian Bill Engvall (here's your sign) joins the program to discuss his career, his final tour, and his last show ever at Utah's Eccles Theater on December 316:50 pm: Samantha Tilton Sorensen, Prevention Coordinator at Weber Human Services joins Rod to discuss her work as part of the Live On suicide prevention campaign

With the Bark Off: Conversations from the LBJ Presidential Library
"It was not guilt, but it was an awareness of the destruction he caused" A Conversation About Truman With Jeffrey Frank

With the Bark Off: Conversations from the LBJ Presidential Library

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 50:35


When it comes to writing about American politics, few authors are as accomplished or as versatile as Jeffrey Frank. Jeffrey is an eminent journalist, having served as senior editor at The New Yorker and deputy editor of the New York Post's Outlook section. His work has also appeared in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Guardian.Jeffrey has published four novels that dissect the social world of elite Washington. In 2013, he turned to presidential history, publishing Ike and Dick: Portrait of a Strange Political Marriage, a bestselling account of the partnership between President Eisenhower and his Vice President, Richard Nixon.Jeffrey joins Mark Lawrence to talk about his latest book, The Trials of Harry S. Truman, the first study in many years to tell the story of the Truman presidency.  

Crushing Classical
Asher Laub: Electric Violinist and Producer

Crushing Classical

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 44:49


Asher began classical violin training at the tender age of 2 and had already performed with the Buffalo philharmonic by age 13.    Asher's expertise in improvisation across multiple genres has led him to a career as a soloist in demand, performing at venues such as Madison Square Garden, Hammerstein Hall, Lincoln Center, the Carnegie Hall and across four continents.  Asher has also been featured on PBS, and has made headlines on CNN, WABC, NBC, and the New York Post among many other major news sources.  He has been booked to perform at special events for Google, Nickelodeon, TNT, National Geographic, Citigroup and a list of notables including George W. Bush, Ivana Trump and many others.   In 2014 Asher lived a musician's nightmare when he lost the strength to play his violin for a number of years. Refusing to accept conventional advice he found a way to heal, building his strength to an unprecedented level.  He used this experience as fuel to reinvent his live concerts as a high-energy contemporary violinist. In only a few months, Asher learned to merge popular tunes and breakdancing choreography into his performances.    Asher also uniquely performs as a DJ violinist bringing his experience as a live performer and technical prowess as an audio editing and mixing guru to countless clubs and stages.   Asher has been privileged to teach children and adolescents from under resourced neighborhoods in the Bronx for almost 4 years. This has fostered his drive to make a positive impact on others.   With a growing fan base, Asher is working to influence societal norms and conventional thinking about musical performance, helping to break down social and physical barriers for his fans and beyond.   If you are a classical musician who maybe leans a little bit more pop or electronic  than your colleagues? If you are someone who is never quite satisfied JUST playing in the middle of the orchestra, but who also wants to CREATE your own sounds, your own compositions, your own stye of audience interaction??  I want you to listen to the way Asher has made  a career around figuring out what people want, and how to give it to them in a way that is his very own. The money is all well and good, but he's found ways to show up with his skills and talents  and make music and sound and art that fits within his own artistic integrity and still SELLS.  That's really what we're all looking for, right?    

Breaking Beauty Podcast
TikTok-Viral Fragrances, Are They Worth The Money? Ft. Emma Vernon Host of The Perfume Room Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 44:30 Very Popular


With 2.8 billion #PerfumeTikTok views and counting, we're reviewing the hottest fragrances right now alongside Emma Vernon, host of The Perfume Room podcast. Emma is a comic and former matchmaker-turned-fragrance expert who's been featured in The New York Times, New York Post and InStyle. Today, she's bringing her encyclopedic fragrance knowledge to help assess which viral perfumes are legitimately #DamnGood – and which ones smell like burnt tires and cotton candy.   From Maison Francis Kurkdjian's ubiquitous Baccarat Rouge 540 to Ariana Grande's Cloud to the influencer scent that spurred a 100,000 person waitlist and the one department store scent she believes is worth the hype, Emma isn't pulling any perfume punches. Plus, Emma reveals her fave budget-friendly find (pssst, now back in stock!), the BIPOC-owned fragrances you need on your radar and the modern bridal scent you did not see coming.   *Be sure to catch us over on Perfume Room podcast this week, where we reveal the top fragrances that beauty editors hoard, our personal holy grails, our wildest press trips ever and more of our scent diary secrets.*   For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our website.   PROMO CODES: When you support our sponsors, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast!    MACY'S Dive into the farmhouse trend with Macy's.  Soft textures and warm wood accents make it easy to bring a piece of the countryside into your home (yes, even if “home” is an apartment in the city). Visit macys.com/ownyourstyle   OSEA MALIBU Find your new skincare and bodycare favorites at OSEAMalibu.com. Get 10% off your first order site wide with our promo code BEAUTY.   *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.*   Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302.    Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya
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Expert Talk with TGo
How do I get into Sports Reporting? Cecil Harris on Expert Talk 9@9

Expert Talk with TGo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 10:49


http://ExpertTalk.fm ~ Cecil Harris has written on sports for The New York Times, the New York Daily News, Newsday, the New York Post, The (Raleigh) News & Observer, The Indianapolis Star, The Sporting News, The Hockey News, the Associated Press, and USA Today. #ExpertTalkWithTGo #ExpertTalkXtra #TalkShow #PodcastToBroadcast #TheresaGoss #ExpertTalkFM #Roku #Pandora #iHeartRADIO #PodNationTV #talkshowtv #talkshowonline #talkshowhost #podcast #motivation #broadcast #listennow #entrepreneur #marketing #TGoTV #9at9 #FastFunInformative #LightsCamerasTakeAction

Mark Reardon Show
Pennsylvania Senate race is an upside-down world, says Salena Zito

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 14:52


Salena Zito, Columnist for the New York Post and Washington Examiner shares on her recent columns and shares her thought's on Trump's split endorsement.  

SPORTSTALK1240
Larry Brooks, Mike Vaccaro

SPORTSTALK1240

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 57:37


Hosts Chris Kennedy and Bill Weissler make their WGBB hosting debut. Chris and Bill get the show started welcoming longtime hockey journalist Larry Brooks, who currently covers the New York Rangers for the the New York Post. Larry talks about how he became hooked on hockey at the age of five when he visited Madison Square Garden. Larry talked about working for current New York Islanders GM Lou Lamoriello, as well as the latest with both the New York Rangers and Islanders. Later the guys spoke with Mike Vaccaro, the lead sports columnist for the New York Post since November 2002. Mike also talked about how his love of sports at a young age led him into the sports writing industry, and later expressed his views on the state of sports today, the use of instant replay in sports and how the media landscape has changed over the years. Chris and Bill closed out the program continuing the debate to finish out their first show on WGBB.

Mark Reardon Show
Dynamic pricing responsible for expensive Bruce Springsteen tickets

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:05


Hour 3: Salena Zito, Columnist for the New York Post and Washington Examiner, shares on her recent columns and her thoughts on Trump's shared endorsements. Then, Tim Sommer, music journalist at the Rock and Roll Globe website shares on MTV's anniversary and why the Bruce Springsteen tickets are so expensive. Later, Mark brings you the Audio Cut of the Day!

Aiming For The Moon
Becoming a Free Thinker (and Getting Paid to do it): Alex Kaschuta (Writer and Host of the "Subversive" Podcast)

Aiming For The Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 28:44


In this episode, I sit down with Alex Kaschuta, writer and host of the Subversive Podcast. We discussed the importance of subversive ideas, how to become a free thinker as a young person, and how to create a career where you get paid to think.  Topics:Why Alex Kaschuta's podcast focuses on subversive ideasShould offensive ideas be censored?How to become a free thinker as a young personCollege and censored ideasCreating a career to get paid to thinkWhat books have had an impact on Ms. KaschutaWhat advice Ms. Kaschuta has for teenagersResources:The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature - https://amzn.to/3p8dpbvThe Art of Possibility: Transforming Professional and Personal Life - https://amzn.to/3PX6jSHAlex Kaschuta is a writer, cultural critic, and podcast host from Transylvania, Romania. Her areas of interest are technology, immigration, religion, gender relations, and the broader emergence of postliberal politics in Europe and the United States. Her background is in economics, having earned a BSc. in Economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, and an MSc. at ESADE Barcelona. She has been active as an opinion writer for the better part of a decade and has been featured in the New York Post, the American Mind, IM1776, and other outlets. Currently, she is the host of the Subversive Podcast and writes for her Substack audience and various other publications.Socials! -Lessons from Interesting People substack: https://taylorbledsoe.substack.com/Website: https://www.aimingforthemoon.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiming4moon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Aiming4MoonTaylor's Blog: https://www.taylorgbledsoe.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-TwYdfPcWV-V1JvjBXkAll Amazon Affiliate links help financially support "Aiming for the Moon" while you get a great read or product

Apple News Today
How climate change is making severe weather deadlier

Apple News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 8:48 Very Popular


This has been a year of deadly, extreme weather — and much more is expected to come. Wired explains why. These people in Florida were registered to vote by a government official. ProPublica investigates why they are now being charged with voter fraud. The Guardian reports on Annemiek van Vleuten, winner of the first Tour de France Femmes. And CNN looks at how the new race could change women’s cycling. The New York Post looks into what ‘The Jetsons’ got right — and wrong — about the future.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
DC Lawmakers Subsidize Green Energy...And Then Tax it

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 8:50


Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Brad Biggs & Jon Heyman interviews, Deshaun Watson suspension news (Hour 2)

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:22


In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh chatted with Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to get the latest Bears news, including what could be going on with offensive tackle Teven Jenkins, who has been absent from practice. After that, Jon Heyman of the New York Post and Audacy Sports joined the show to discuss the latest MLB trade rumors. Later, Mulligan and Haugh reacted to the news that Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will be suspended six games following sexual misconduct allegations.

The Chris Stigall Show
The Husk Is “The Big Guy.” And Something Called “Rebound COVID”

The Chris Stigall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 58:09


It's been a very bad few days for the Incredible Husk - the guy we're pretending is running things.  New York Post's Miranda Devine breaking new testimony from sources cooperating with the investigation into Hunter Biden who confirm the “big guy” in many text conversations with Hunter and associates is, in fact Joe.  Polling for Biden continues to be a disaster and focus group leader and pollster Frank Luntz disabuses the Sunday shows of the notion  Biden is on some kind of winning streak.  Fox Business' Lauren Simonetti discusses why the new “Inflation Reduction Act” is now confirmed to actually do the opposite and certainly raise taxes for everyone.  Plus, something called “rebound COVID' is what the Husk now carries.  What is it?  Stigall unpacks it. 

EMPIRE LIFESTYLE
WILL SMITH - 5 Tips for an Effective Apology (ft. CHRIS ROCK)

EMPIRE LIFESTYLE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 10:10


"Chris, I apologize to you.  My behavior was unacceptable and I'm here whenever you're ready to talk." Follow the Blog - WILL SMITH - 5 Tips for an Effective Apology (ft. CHRIS ROCK) https://lolaandola.com/will-smith-apology-video-to-chris-rock/ Subscribe To YouTube - WILL SMITH - 5 Tips for an Effective Apology (ft. CHRIS ROCK) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuSPcgygiNg So superstar $35 million Hollywood actor Will Smith finally apologized to Chris Rock on the Oscar slap and as to be expected, the whole online community is dragging him again.   On March 27th, 2022 at the 2022 Oscars, Chris Rock cracked a joke around Jada Pinkett-Smith's bald head comparing her to Demi Moore's character in the movie G.I. Jane.   Then her husband,Will Smith, laughed and in a split second, walked up to the stage and slapped the shit out of Chris Rock.   We all thought it was a joke.  We all thought it was staged.  We all thought it was acting. But it was real   From the beginning, I have made it clear that there are only 3 things that Will Smith has done wrong publicly and I'm sorry... it's not marrying Jada Pinkett-Smith  It is...   Supporting the terrible idea of bringing her personal family issues to the red table talk and to the public.   Assaulting a fellow man for "disrespect" in front of the public; 17.7 million to be precise according to the New York Post.   Overdose on that “woke” lifestyle over-shalaye mansplaining nonsense.   The public is wrong about everything as usual including every attempt to involve Jada Pinkett-Smith in the Oscar slap which clearly did not involve her.   I know you all want to bring in Tupac, her daughter's 7 years old letter to Tupac, AUG, the Jada vs Will social media banter video… lames… but nah.  That's weak.   I can't front.  Involving and blaming her for her husband's mistakes seems to make videos go super viral.  But over here, we are not going to do that.  That's weak and toxic.   We will do it the right way by helping me hit that like button, sharing and commenting your personal opinions about this apology below this video.     As a thanks for doing that, here is a picture of Jada crying.   I have to keep applauding Chris Rock on his conduct throughout the whole ordeal.     In fact, he addressed it for the first time only a few days earlier on stage saying... "Anyone who says “words hurt” has never been punched in the face".   Anyway, Will Smith released the apology video on Friday, July 29th, 2022 and I think it's an opportunity for us to review and extract some lessons around effective apology.   I have extracted 5 tips from the 5 minutes and 44 seconds apology.  So let's get to it.   Tip Number 5 - Take Your Time   So the slap happened on March 27th, 2022 and the apology came out on July 29th, 2022 which is about 4 months later.  I think that's more than enough time for proper introspection.   One thing that's wrong about most apologies is the fact that they are often reflex action designed to push issues under the rug as fast as possible; it's avoidance at best.   At this point, it's obvious that Will Smith is not trying to run from his mistake. Kudos for that.   Tip Number 4 - Make it Short & Sweet (If it has to be public.)   If the offense happened publicly, the apology should also be public in addition to a private discussion.     So I can appreciate this public apology except for the fact that it wasn't a written statement. Will Smith seems to be overthinking everything and then making it worse subsequently.     At this point, the public rhetoric is actively trying to tear his marriage apart due to over-exposure.  It's sad to watch… people would rather listen to and over pedestalize divorcees than those trying to make it work.  It is what it is,   Anyway, anything more than a well crafted PR statement can potentially destroy his private life.  It's just not necessary and it's aligning too much with approval and validation seeking behavior.   “Speaking from the heart” for a  large superstar like Will Smith is overrated and not necessary.    Before you know it, you will be referencing yourself way too much and that can make your apology come off as disingenuous.   So statements such as "disappointing people is my central trauma" is not necessary as it starts to sound like it's about what he wants.   "It hurts me psychologically and emotionally to know I didn't live up to people's image and impression of me."  This is that  “woke” lifestyle over-shalaye mansplaining nonsense.   Apologizing to these people in the public and everything he said after that are definitely major problems.     More than enough of these weirdos on the internet are rooting and waiting for the entertainment of Jada and Will divorce.    In fact, there was a rumor like that and it almost set social media on fire.   Tip Number 3 - Don't Manipulate for Forgiveness    "Chris, I apologize to you.  My behavior was unacceptable and I'm here whenever you're ready to talk."     I think that part was clean especially with the addition of... and I quote.   "I want to apologize to Chris's mother."   Too many people offer apology only because they are looking for an instant exchange for forgiveness.  That would make it a terrible apology instantly.   Now it's actually one thing to explicitly and expressly ask for forgiveness in words, but I think it's worse when your actions reflect it and especially contradicts your words.   So if you say "I'm here whenever you're ready to talk", then you need to say less than necessary and let the chips fall where they may.     Just trust that a few words and time is more than enough for adequate healing.    Especially as men, we need to know that nothing is guaranteed in life even if you are a good person.   When I hear a lot of men talk about this issue, all I hear is unrealistic expectations of a good woman just for being a good Mr-Nice Guy.   That's weak.  Life doesn't always work like that.   So when Will Smith said “This is probably irreparable.” It was perfect.     Ladies and gentlemen… “no guarantees” attitude puts you at advantage of making the most out of what's left of your life and simultaneously increasing the chances of an apology being accepted dramatically.   Tip Number 2 - Ensure Reception   While I appreciate Will Smith's apology to his wife (fuck what everyone else thinks),    “I made a choice on my own, from my own experiences, from my history with Chris.  Jada had nothing to do with it.  I'm sorry babe.”   I think there was too much stress on apologies to the general public.   The public is not receptive to it.  From all the public rhetoric and opinions I am seeing, it seems divorcing Jada will be more entertaining at this point.  They are hungry for blood.   From my assessment, the public is ready to forgive Will Smith as soon as he forgives himself and gets back to what he does best; and that is not the red table talk.   Ensuring reception of an apology is part of the reason why you should take your time which was the first tip I shared with you in this countdown.   Tip Number 1 - Differentiate Remorse & Shame   Contrary to popular conservative opinion, shame is absolutely destructive; so is self guilt.    Nothing authentic, wholesome and productive comes from anyone suffering from shame either from self or external force.   He said… and I quote “I am deeply remorseful and I'm typing to be remorseful without being ashamed of myself.” “I'm trying not to think of myself as a piece of shit.”   I can appreciate him truly believing that statement but it's absolutely not necessary to say that out loud.  Saying it out loud almost defeats the purpose.   So many people confuse remorse with shame.    Remorse is regret and maybe purposeful guilt while shame is just baseless guilt… maybe based on being overly concerned with optics.     Misguided shame, insult, guilt, judgment, blame, condemnation are all destructive.     Ultimately, this is all semantics.  What I am suggesting is to make sure you are not creating a new problem with your solution.     You can call it whatever you want as long as the apology doesn't create further negative outcomes for yourself.   “If you hang on, I promise we'll be able to be friends again.”

Honey Badger Radio
Do Stay-at-home Moms Breed ‘Worse, More Sexist' Men? | HBR Talk 223

Honey Badger Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 121:17


On this week's HBR talk we will be responding to an article from the New York Post where a feminist attempts to make the case that stay at home mothers of sons are more likely to raise them to be sexist monsters to women.

Mike Gallagher Podcast
FULL INTERVIEW - Miranda Devine, New York Post Columnist, Author

Mike Gallagher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 8:34


Miranda Devine is a New York Post Columnist, Fox News contributor, and an author. Miranda joins Mike to discuss all the latest developments regarding Hunter Biden's business dealings. More and more evidence is emerging proving that Joe Biden knew quite a bit about Hunter's foreign business dealings. Miranda breaks down this new evidence & explains why Hunter's actions have been criminal. Will the Biden's ever be held accountable for any of this? Miranda's latest book is called “Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide”.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

R2C2 with CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco
Joel Sherman on the State of the MLB and Trade Deadline Predictions

R2C2 with CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 48:20 Very Popular


CC and Ryan are joined by Joel Sherman, MLB writer for the New York Post, to discuss what Major League Baseball can do to improve the product for fans, which teams are buyers & sellers ahead of the trade deadline, and what players will make the difference in the postseason. Host: CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco Guest: Joel Sherman Producers: Jackson Safon and Sadye Zillo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sound & Vision
Jean-Pierre Roy

Sound & Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 125:28


Born in Santa Monica, California in 1974, Jean-Pierre Roy is a Brooklyn- based painter and educator. He received his MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2002. He is currently represented by Gallery Poulsen in Denmark and Davidson Gallery in NYC. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in the US, Europe, and Asia and has had solo museum exhibitions at the Torrence Art Museum in Los Angeles and the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach.  His work has been written about in The New York Times, The New York Post, ArtNews, Art in America, New American Painters, The Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, The Seattle Stranger, The Wall Street Journal, Hi- Fructose, and Juxtapoz amongst others. His work is in collections of Jerry-Ann Cheney, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Jean Pigozzi, Leonardo DiCaprio and Bjorn Borg amongst others.

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Another Reference to 'The Big Guy' - 7.28.22 - Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 37:23


Grace talks about a recent article by Miranda Devine from the New York Post detailing more references to 'the big guy' and revealing Hunter Biden business partners who met with Joe at the White House.

The Monica Crowley Podcast
The Rats are Fleeing the Sinking Ship

The Monica Crowley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 54:27


Monica discusses the mass exodus from Biden's White House, how our deeply corrupt "premiere" law enforcement agencies buried the truth about Hunter Biden, and wraps up Election Integrity Week. She chats with Emma-Jo Morris, the New York Post reporter who originally broke the Hunter Biden story, and reads your emails!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Karat Juice
Online Dating is a WASTE of TIME for young guys | The Dark Side

Karat Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 50:49


In this episode, we are going to discuss why online dating is a wasteland & waste of time for young guys. As a young man, online dating can be very dangerous and detrimental to your development in a plethora of ways. To combat the obstacles you will face while dating online, young guys must become aware of what they are going to face out on the dating market as well as the dangers, traps, and pitfalls of the modern dating climate. Tune in to episode 72 of The Karat Juice Podcast where we dive deeper into the danger and pitfalls of online dating for young guys for the culture. What say you? Is online dating a waste of time for young guys? Do you think that online dating is a wasteland and pointless? Have you struggled with dating and looking for solutions on how to get the outcomes that you want. If that is the position you find or have found yourself in, this episode should help you gain a deeper level of understanding on the dark side of online dating. Podcast Transcript & Additional Content on the episode is available at karatjuicepodcast.com. Sources courtesy of NY Post, New York Post, timesnownews.com, CNBC, gen.medium.com, & Reddit. Connect with us on social media: Alternate Platforms:

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 1 (07/26)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 34:38


Vice Pres. Kamala Harris introduced herself in a very interesting way. Barbara Ferrer said that if LA County stays in the high category by Thursday the indoor mask mandate will be implemented on Friday. The New York Post wrote an article about how Starbucks founder Howard Schultz has paid for going “woke”. An update from the Naked Desk.

Benzodiazepine Awareness with Geraldine Burns
Episode 42: Melissa Bond, Journalist - A Decision to Hold on a Taper

Benzodiazepine Awareness with Geraldine Burns

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 52:19


Melissa Bond is a narrative journalist and poet. In the years of her dependence on benzodiazepines, Melissa blogged and became a regular contributor for Mad in America.   ABC World News Tonight interviewed her for a piece in January 2014. Melissa is a respected writer on the perils of over-prescribing benzodiazepines and has been featured on PBS Story in the Public Square, Radio West, the podcasts Risk!, IGNTD, and Psychology Unplugged. The Salt Lake Tribune and the New York Post have both done features on Bond's book Blood Orange Night, her memoir about becoming dependent upon and the withdrawal process coming off of benzodiazepines. Blood Orange Night was published by Simon & Schuster in June 2022. Learn more at MelissaABond.com

107.7 The Bone
Elon Musk Denies Sleeping With Friend's Wife

107.7 The Bone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 2:16


Elon Musk is laughing off wild reports he had a friendship-ruining affair with Google co-founder Sergey Brin's wife, sending the “New York Post” a photo of himself happily hanging out with his longtime pal even as the rumors spread. He a insists the claims of a fling with his bestie's wife, Nicole Shanahan, were “total bs”, even quipping, “I haven't even had sex in ages (sigh).” He even went as far as posting another message on Twitter. Listen to Lamont & Tonelli Monday through Friday, 5-10am, on 107.7 The Bone in the San Francisco Bay Area. Follow Lamont & Tonelli:Website: http://www.landtradio.com/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lamontandtonelliTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/landtshowInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/landtshowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bernie and Sid
NY Post Giants Beat Writer Paul Schwartz | 7-26-2022

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 14:51


The New York Post's Giants Beat Writer Paul Schwartz joins Bernie and Sid to preview the upcoming season of the New York Football Giants, just a day before training camp is set to begin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Jon Heyman previews MLB trade deadline

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 15:25


Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Jon Heyman of the New York Post and Audacy Sports to discuss the latest MLB storylines, including how the Cubs and White Sox will approach the trade deadline.

The Sports-Casters
Season 12 Episode 1- Andrew Marchand/John Ourand, Aaron Schatz

The Sports-Casters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 94:25


Steve interviews Andrew Marchand and John Ourand(00:08:10) from the New York Post and The Sports Business Journal. Andrew and John talk to Steve about the origins of their podcast, explain why Marchand is the heel, and talk about their goals for the future of the pod. Steve also squeezes some sports media news out of them and they talk about the Sunday Ticket package. Also, Aaron Schatz(00:53:07) returns to talk about the 2022 Football Outsiders Football Almanac. Aaron talks about the Buffalo Bills being the pre-season favorite to win the Super Bowl, talks about the Saints salary cap, and explains a new stat that was created to better judge the outcomes of games and how they impact the season. Steve starts the show with the beautiful Paula Bennett for the best Hey Now is show history. The book club is back with the podcast and there are three books to discuss. OLT ends the show with Steve talking about the last seven months of his life and battling another round of Crohn's Disease. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com

MEDIA BUZZmeter
Prime-Time Hearing Hurts (And Angers) Trump, But Not Changing Republican Minds

MEDIA BUZZmeter

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:42


Howie Kurtz on the New York Post calling Trump 'unworthy to be chief executive again', suspect in Rep. Zeldin attacker being arrested on federal charges and the W.H.O. declaring 'monkeypox' a global health emergency. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
What if the Cardinals traded for Juan Soto? (Hour 2)

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 41:02


In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh reacted to the growing speculation that the Cardinals are the front-runners to trade for Nationals star outfielder Juan Soto. How would Cubs fans react to that? Later, Jon Heyman of the New York Post and Audacy Sports joined the show to discuss the latest MLB storylines.

Pod Bless America
E41 - Wokeism and the Destruction of James Madison's Montpelier

Pod Bless America

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 54:20


James Madison's Montpelier is a museum of American history and a center for constitutional education. But a recent article in New York Post revealed that "President James Madison's home, Montpelier in Virginia, has been transformed into a museum focusing on slavery and racism instead of the founding father. No American flags fly at Montpelier, Madison's plantation home in rural Virginia, and not a single display focuses on the life and accomplishments of America's foremost political philosopher, who created our three-branch federal system of government, wrote the Bill of Rights and the Federalist Papers, and served two terms as president."In this episode, Jim and Dan talk about how James Madison's home has been overrun by wokeism, an ideology based on the belief that America is an oppressive, racist country. Enjoy!In This Episode02:27 - What makes Jim want to retire in Florida06:46 - What keeps Dan busy on the weekends08:07 - Jim's vacation getaways11:30 - The Indiana mall shooting hero, Elijah Dicken21:04 - Calling AOC "favorite big booty Latina"27:20 - The destruction of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and James Madison's Montpelier by wokeism35:15 - The National Defense Authority Act (NDAA)50:55 - What's coming up on the next episodesFavorite Quotes16:02 - "Hundreds of people walking around today who were at that mall that day in Indiana owe Elijah Dick in their lives. They don't know it yet. They don't realize it. They never will. To walk through that mall and kill all these people, Elijah Dicken has more courage than those cops in Uvalde combined." - Jim Larkin16:41 - "On cue, Twitter, losing their f*cking minds. Liberals losing their f*cking minds. I can't believe he is in a gun-free zone. They're saying we shouldn't be celebrating him because he was in a gun-free zone and had a gun. He should be brought up on charges. He saved hundreds of people's lives." - Jim Larkin and Dan Wilkinson34:45 - "F*ck Montpelier. It's a private board that runs that. F*ck them. They know the history but allow Rubenstein to come in with his money. And they're willing to rewrite history." - Jim Larkin42:47 - "People can't live anymore. They have to choose between feeding their families, paying their bills, paying their gas bills, and paying their electric bills. And this is what NDAA is worried about. They're worried about troops having access to abortion." - Jim LarkinFollow the Pod Bless America Podcast on GETTRSubscribe to Freedom Square to know moreEngage with Pod Bless America PodcastEmail: jim@pbapodcast.comEmail: dan@pbapodcast.comFacebookListen to more episodes of the Pod Bless America PodcastApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts

WFAN: On-Demand
7-24-22 Lori Rubinson with Zach Braziller

WFAN: On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 22:11


Lori is joined by the New York Post's Zach Braziller to discuss the latest surrounding the New York Mets and trade speculation surrounding Juan Soto. Zach also discusses the latest on the Knicks pursuit for Jazz star Donovan Mitchell.

WFAN: On-Demand
07/25/22 Lori Rubinson with Peter Botte

WFAN: On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 18:20


Peter Botte from the New York Post joins Lori to discuss a big day in Cooperstown, where Gil Hodges and Buck O'Neil were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.

The Annie Frey Show Podcast
Questionable Wall Street Deals from the Pelosi's

The Annie Frey Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 4:42


It is no surprise that the Pelosi family is very active in the stock market. Charles Gasparino from the New York Post wrote an article questioning some wall street wins by the Pelosi family. Gasparino goes into detail over recent deals that look ‘sleazy' and if the American people should be concerned. 

Boomer & Gio
Boomer and Gio Podcast

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 167:09 Very Popular


Hour 1 Boomer is out today so it's Gio & Jerry this morning. They open with the Yankees losing a double header to the Astros to start the second half of the season. Once again people are starting to think the Yankees can't beat the Astros in Houston and this could be a big problem come playoff time. Jerry is filling in for Boomer today, so Peter Schwartz is in for Jerry. He starts with the Yankees losing a double header to the Astros. Aaron Boone talks about it coming down to beating them in the playoffs, not the regular season. Peter says the Yankees put a sub standard lineup out there and Jerry vehemently disagrees. There is a rumor of Ohtani to the Braves. Mekhi Becton has been put on the PUP list. Kyler Murray gets a huge deal from the Cardinals. Josh Rosen to the Browns and Jerry wonders why. In the final segment of the hour, Gio couldn't believe the outrage on Twitter when YES Network had some issues during the Yankees game. A caller went to see Everclear in Long Island and said it was funny in a bad way.  Hour 2 The 7am hour opens with Mekhi Becton being put on the Physically Unable to Perform list by the Jets. A caller says Andrew Dice Clay canceled three shows because the club sent an Escalade instead of a limo to get him. Peter returns for an update and starts with the Yankees losing a double header to the Astros. In the last segment of the hour, we talk about Dom Smith and how there is supposedly heavy interest in him by other teams. There are rumors of Ohtani to the Braves.  Hour 3 The 8am hour starts with talk of Kyler Murray's new enormous contract. Gio explains why they gave him so much money. Peter returns for another update and tells us he accidentally tipped a cab driver $30 on an $11 ride. The Yankees lost a double header to the Astros. Max Scherzer will start for the Mets tonight as they face the Padres at Citi. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry tells us that Newsday sports writer JP Pelzman passed away at the age of 57. Gio & Jerry talk about going into locker rooms to get audio for the station.   Hour 4 The 9am hour opens with the Yankees double header loss in Houston to start the second half of the season. Maureen calls in saying she heard Gio call her a Cougar the other day. Peter returns for his final update of the day and starts with the Astros sweeping the double header from the Yankees yesterday. Charles Barkley talked to the NY Post about having a meeting with LIV Golf. Jerry wonders if there have been any discussions by LIV about starting a league to compete with the NFL. In the final segment of the week, we talk about how Eddie loves to ruin a good time with a well timed text.

Boomer & Gio
Yanks Drop Two to Astros; Maureen the Cougar? Last Schwartzcast, etc

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 41:49 Very Popular


Hour 4 The 9am hour opens with the Yankees double header loss in Houston to start the second half of the season. Maureen calls in saying she heard Gio call her a Cougar the other day. Peter returns for his final update of the day and starts with the Astros sweeping the double header from the Yankees yesterday. Charles Barkley talked to the NY Post about having a meeting with LIV Golf. Jerry wonders if there have been any discussions by LIV about starting a league to compete with the NFL. In the final segment of the week, we talk about how Eddie loves to ruin a good time with a well timed text.

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THAT WITH GRANT NAPEAR
Grant's Rant: 7-22-22 Charles Barkley Talking Sense

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THAT WITH GRANT NAPEAR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 5:18


Charles Barkley gave an exclusive interview to the New York Post regarding his meeting Greg Norman from the LIV Golf Tour. Barkley is facing criticism, because he is exploring becoming a commentator with the Saudi backed golf tour. Leave it to Charles to make sense and speak the truth! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The BreakPoint Podcast
Why Metaverse Babies Can Never Replace Real Ones

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 4:24 Very Popular


Nineties kids (and their parents) may remember the Tamagotchi craze, a tiny egg-shaped video game that dominated toy markets for a time. Kids would raise a virtual pet that could hang from their backpack like a keychain. I've been told it was a great toy—the trauma of forgetting it somewhere and then finding it had passed on to greener digital pastures notwithstanding.  Now, in the age of the Metaverse, something else is here … and it is even creepier. “Augmented reality babies” offer users the virtual experience of “parenting” an algorithm designed to behave like a real baby. Using virtual-reality goggles, or even potentially wearable gloves which can simulate physical touch, users can interact with a digital baby as it grows … or, optionally (and even more creepily), as it stays exactly the same.   Some gurus are heralding AR babies as a new age of parenting.  “Make no mistake that this development, should it indeed take place, is a technological game-changer which… could help us solve some of today's most pressing issues, including overpopulation,” says Catriona Campbell, a former technology advisor to the British government, and author of the book AI by Design: A Plan for Living with Artificial Intelligence.  Some argue this new development could also ease loneliness for those who want children but are unable to have them,   or for those who feel they can't afford to have children. While the average kid costs about $230,000 by the time they reach age 17, reports the New York Post, “a digital kid … could have all its needs met for less than $25 per month.”  And as a bonus, no changing diapers!   In light of these possibilities, Campbell offered a somewhat unsettling prediction: “I think it would be reasonable to expect as many as 20% of people choosing to have an AR baby over a real one.”  On one hand, it's hard not to be cynical of Campbell's bright-eyed tech optimism, especially given the current dubious state of Mark Zuckerberg's Metaverse. No matter how good it gets, augmented reality simply cannot replace many of life's best experiences. Playing a video game in the Metaverse, for example, is fun. Eating a slice of cake... not so much.   By misunderstanding why people become parents in the first place, many proponents of augmented reality misunderstand the essentials of what it means to be human. Logging off from an AR “baby” might be easier, but all the labor spent on an actual child is something that simply cannot be simulated or replaced by a simulation.   And of course, the entire idea of global overpopulation continues to fall apart as its predictions continue to prove false. Should it actually work, this technology will almost certainly be adopted in countries where the most acute problem is underpopulation, not to mention increasingly devastating rates of loneliness. It's a common trend in the modern world—much like prescribing marijuana to combat anxiety—that our “cures” only further aggravate the problem.   Spending over seven hours every day staring at screens for work, leisure, and connection has led many people to think technology can replace real relationships. But the opposite is true. Technology can do wonders, but putting a virtual baby in the hands of a lonely person is akin to giving a glass of salt water to someone dying of dehydration.   Likewise, it is simply not true that a life free of responsibility is the one which will produce the most happiness. As any parent knows, real kids are noisy, expensive, and inconvenient. There are days when they seem to constantly take our reserves of energy, and sometimes the last strands of patience. But, they're worth it.   Jesus' words that “it is more blessed to give than to receive,” aren't just a pious aphorism. They're describing a core piece of what it means to be human. The surprising source of real life, joy, and vitality is from serving others, not just ourselves.   No matter how sophisticated they may someday be, virtual babies will always be just a piece of code, a vain attempt to meet the felt needs of lonely adults while never providing for their true needs. If that's what people want, it would be best to avoid any pretense of “parenting” and buy them a Tamagotchi instead.  

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
Stabbing at a Bodega with Ryan Long and Chris O'Connor

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 114:13 Very Popular


Ryan Long and Chris O'Connor came over to talk about this crazy story about a bodega owner stabbing a guy to death. Was it self-defense? That's what his lawyers are saying, but apparently, you're not allowed to stab someone if they attack you at your own bodega. Video of the stabbing from the New York Post is on youtube.com/AriShaffir For More Ari: Subscribe on YouTube  Instagram - @arishaffir  Patreon  Cool merch & more   For More Chris O'Connor: Get tickets to see Chris July 22-23 in Austin: The Red Room At Cap City: Chris O'Connor  Instagram - @achrisoconnor  Stuff Island - YouTube  Stuff Island - Patreon  For More Ryan Long:  Instagram - @ryanlongcomedy  Ryan Long - YouTube Ryan Long: White Immigrant - Full Special    THE BOYSCAST: THE BOYSCAST - YouTube  Patreon   The Music: Cyprus Hill - How I Could Just Kill A Man Fugees - Killing Me Softly 3rd Eye Blind - Doop Doo doo doo song about crack (semi-charmed life) El Boguedero - Nat King Cole   Thanks to our sponsors! Go to BetterHelp.com/Ari for 10% off your first month of counseling, and head to 3Chi.com for 5% off with code "Ari"

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved
“THE AXEMAN OF NEW ORLEANS” and More True and Macabre Stories! #WeirdDarkness

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 66:14


“THE AXEMAN OF NEW ORLEANS” and More True and Macabre Stories! #WeirdDarknessFind Weird Darkness on the free Spreaker app: https://www.spreaker.com/show/weirddarkness, or look for it wherever you listen to podcasts: https://linktr.ee/weirddarkness IN THIS EPISODE: The axe murders of New Orleans took place over a hundred years ago, but “The Jazzman Story” remains one of the greatest mysteries and unsolved murder cases within the annals of American crime. (The Axeman's Jazz) *** The investigation of an apparent suicide in 1953 led to an unbelievable theory… not only had the victim used LSD years earlier, but it was quite possible it was forced upon him by the Central Intelligence Agency. (The CIA and LSD) *** You don't often hear of people being struck and killed by lightning – at least not nowadays. But pick up a paper from the early 1900s and you'd think people were doing it as a hobby. (Death By Electrical Storm) *** January 30th, 1835 was the date of the first attempt at assassinating a sitting U.S. President – Andrew Jackson. That fact itself doesn't warrant placement in Weird Darkness, seeing as the attempt failed – but the story leading up to the attempt, and the attempt itself, certainly earn their place in this episode. (The President and the Madman) *** I'll end the episode in the Chamber of Comments, but before that, my last story will the most disturbing one of the episode. Most ghosts are seemingly passive or even benevolent, appearing to scare people only by accident, never by intent. But then there are the stories of violent and angry ghosts – spirits that not only bring terror, but also bloodshed and even death by their own ghostly hands. We'll look at some famous cases of violent hauntings throughout history. (Dark Archives episode from November 09, 2020)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…BOOK: “A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA's Secret Cold War Experiments” by H.P. Albarelli, Jr.: https://amzn.to/35gj9Xa VIDEO: Coventry Poltergeist opens door and moves chair: https://youtu.be/SF_Rf-Jttk4 “The Axeman's Jazz” by Kieran W. for Mystery Confidential: https://tinyurl.com/yxqsylvd “The CIA and LSD” by Phillip Messing for the New York Post: https://tinyurl.com/ycywx8bn “Death By Electrical Storm” from Pennsylvania Oddities: https://tinyurl.com/y3ngsdbq “The President And The Madman” by Dr. Romeo Vitelli for Providentia: https://tinyurl.com/yyuvu36j “Vicious and Violent Hauntings” by Robert F. Mason for Ranker: https://tinyurl.com/y5t9srwm = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness Publishing: https://weirddarkness.com/publishingVisit the Church of the Undead: http://undead.church/ Find out how to escape eternal darkness at https://weirddarkness.com/eternaldarkness = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission. 

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American Conservative University
Jordan Peterson, Tucker Carlson, Glenn Beck. Throw them in Jail, Inflation = Thievery, Jan 6 Dem Plot, Iran Nuclear, Biden Mental Decline.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 62:35


Jordan Peterson, Tucker Carlson, Glenn Beck. Throw them in Jail, Inflation = Thievery, Jan 6 Dem Plot, Iran Nuclear, Biden Mental Decline.   Jordan Peterson- Throw them in Jail. Glenn Beck No, Thomas Jefferson did NOT support slavery Inflation vs. taxation: Which form of THIEVERY is worse? NEW Video Indicates Democrat Plot on January 6th Iran nuclear deal makes absolutely no sense: National security expert Tucker Carlson: President Biden's mental decline   Dr. Jordan Peterson- Throw them in Jail. https://www.tiktok.com/@forcesmilitia/video/7120782688209898757?_t=8U2aJy2UMDz&_r=1 UNIT 731 Top of Form Bottom of Form Japan's Biological Warfare Project   EXPLAINED: No, Thomas Jefferson did NOT support slavery https://youtu.be/t2ts2dfXRms 2.8K Glenn Beck 801K subscribers Monticello has gone full WOKE. According to the New York Post, visitors to Thomas Jefferson's former home now learn more about the ‘horrors of slavery' than the Founding Father himself. In fact, the monument's gift shop apparently sells several books written by Critical Race Theorists and just ONE Jefferson biography. But if the far-left successfully can change U.S. history — like they've been trying SO hard to do — we'll never survive as a nation, Glenn says. We MUST preserve our history, so in this clip, Glenn clears the third president's name. Listen for the FACTS that prove Thomas Jefferson did NOT support slavery… ► Click HERE to subscribe to Glenn Beck https://bit.ly/2UVLqhL ►Click HERE to subscribe to BlazeTV: https://www.blazetv.com/glenn Connect with Glenn on Social Media: http://twitter.com/glennbeck http://instagram.com/glennbeck http://facebook.com/glennbeck   Inflation vs. taxation: Which form of THIEVERY is worse? https://youtu.be/TwICoOpL2eA 24,826 views Jul 15, 2022 Glenn Beck 801K subscribers Taxation is theft, but inflation may be even worse. Why? Carol Roth, financial expert and author of ‘The War On Small Business,' tells Glenn that inflation is a PERMANENT thievery that robs you of EVERYTHING you've worked so hard to accomplish. Plus, today's 9.1 percent inflation was ENTIRELY avoidable, if not for the disastrous central-planning policies enacted by today's Federal Reserve. ‘It's just so, so frustrating and angering,' she says.   NEW Video Indicates Democrat Plot on January 6th https://youtu.be/cvw8wz7ySGw 42,859 views Jun 13, 2022 Mr Reagan 336K subscribers Protect Your Retirement W/ A Gold IRA https://noblegoldinvestments.com/gold... Noble Gold is Who I Trust ^^^ ️ ️ ----------------------------------------------- CHECK OUT my latest MR PEAGAN Comedy Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPYSP... ----------------------------------------------- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mrreagan ----------------------------------------------- MR REAGAN MERCHANDISE https://teespring.com/stores/mr-reagan -------------------------------------------- FOLLOW MR REAGAN ON TWITTER! https://twitter.com/MrReaganUSA -----------------------------------------------   Iran nuclear deal makes absolutely no sense: National security expert https://youtu.be/qz6ttjgOOXo 88,050 views Jul 17, 2022 Fox Business 1.92M subscribers Former National Security Council director Richard Goldberg voices his concerns about President Biden seeking a nuclear deal with Iran on 'Kudlow.' #FoxBusiness #kudlow Subscribe to Fox Business! https://bit.ly/2D9Cdse Watch more Fox Business Video: https://video.foxbusiness.com Watch Fox Business Network Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York — the business capital of the world — FBN launched in October 2007 and is one of the leading business networks on television, having topped CNBC in Business Day viewers for the second consecutive year in 2018. The network is available in nearly 80 million homes in all markets across the United States. Owned by FOX Corporation, FBN is a unit of FOX News Media and has bureaus in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. Follow Fox Business on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoxBusiness Follow Fox Business on Twitter: https://twitter.com/foxbusiness Follow Fox Business on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foxbusiness   Tucker Carlson: This is horrible for all of us https://youtu.be/Rq9YoFfcPTo 1,419,786 views Premiered Jul 15, 2022 60K Fox News 9.69M subscribers Fox News host Tucker Carlson voices concerns about President Biden's alleged mental decline on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' #FoxNews #tucker Subscribe to Fox News! https://bit.ly/2vaBUvAS Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/