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Felony charges filed in Autopilot crash, Instagram tests paid subscriptions

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022


In today's top stories, a fatal Autopilot crash results in felony charges, Instagram quietly tests a paid subscription option and the White House directs the NSA to boost its cyberdefenses.

Outsider Theory
Romancing the Deep State; or, Dan Brown, Part 1 (Origins) with Pseud Dionysius MPH

Outsider Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 134:00


Dan Brown is one of the best selling authors of all time; just fifteen years ago, "The Da Vinci Code" was a ubiquitous document of global popular culture. Yet Brown, now immensely wealthy from his novelistic success, is oddly neglected today. Pseud Dionysius MPH returns to the show to investigate the unlikely rise of Brown, his protagonist, Harvard Professor Robert Langdon, and the fictional discipline of "symbology" out of the demise of the cold war techno-thriller and the new threats of the information age. We explore Brown's two lesser known pre-Langdon novels, Digital Fortress and Deception Point, which despite being "bad" by most standards, are surprisingly prescient works that anticipate everything from Wikileaks to privatized space travel. We consider Brown's personal origins as a failson of the New England WASP elite who ultimately cashed in on his insider status as a popularizing mythologist of American power. His two early novels, we argue, clue us into the concerns underlying all of his fiction: the transformation of the "Cathedral" institutions of elite education and the Deep State in response to the post-Cold War dispensation of globalized and digitalized capitalism and feminized labor and the emergent risks of information warfare, extremism, and terrorism. This is the first in a multi-part series that will examine the arc of Dan Brown's career and its implications.

Speakernomics
Future of Your Virtual Studio with Dan Thurmon

Speakernomics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 29:21


Over the past nearly two years, you built up your home studio to adapt to the pandemic, but now what do you do with it when the speaking industry is ramping back up and in-person meetings are starting to return? This week on Speakernomics, we invited Dan Thurmon, CSP, CPAE, who built a vast home studio to discuss what to do with your studio moving forward and why it's still a valuable tool. Key Takeaways Inventory everything you have done and could do with your studio Leverage all the moment you already created with your studio   Who is Dan Thurmon, CSP, CPAE? Dan Thurmon helps leaders and their organizations move confidently through change and transformation, so they become, achieve, and contribute more. He's a past president of NSA with a killer home studio where he can still wow the audiences while doing a handstand on a lectern.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Morning Invest
What Edward Snowden just said about America's collapse

Morning Invest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 75:19


NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has been shining a spotlight on America's growing collapse. This time Snowden is talking about desperate Americans breaking onto trains in order to steal basic goods and medicines.  Credit Suisse is in turmoil as the CEO Antonio Horta-Osorio, has resigned after breaking Covid quarantine rules. Novak Djokovic has been deported from Australia after his visa was revoked. British PM Boris Johnson is under increasing fire for partying at 10 Downing Street while the rest of the country was forced to lockdown. 

Malicious Life
Hacker Highschool: Pete Herzog [ML BSide]

Malicious Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 28:53


In the late '80s to early 2000s, the NSA transitioned from being a hardware-first organization - that is, creating and operating physical spying devices - to software-first: excelling in hacking networks, tracking people online, etc. That transition was by no means easy: the NSA, by that point, was a huge organization - and big organizations are notorious for being very resistant to change. Jeff Man, our guest today, was one of the first people at the NSA to make the transition from hardware to software, and he shares with us his experiences from that period.

Dropped Culture
Quickcast 01 17

Dropped Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 107:00


This is a big episode so hit the play button and I'll fill you in on the way!This week, Brock and Dan discuss their spoiler filled review of season 4 of Cobra Kai, the progression of the Golden Girls, Book of Boba Fett, The Eternals, the future of Spiderman, a new Conspiracy Corner and so much more!You can hit the fellas up on www.droppedculture.com or by email at droppedculturepodcast@gmail.com.More of a social butterfly? You can also find the guys on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.As always, thanks for listening!

The John Batchelor Show
1b/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/articles/on-russiagate-durham-indicts-the-press-too-hoax-media-ind

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 12:02


Photo:  Lubyanka (Лубя́нка) is the popular name for the headquarters of the FSB and affiliated prison on Lubyanka Square in Meshchansky District of Moscow..  Here:  Lubyanka, ca 1910 @Batchelorshow 1b/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/articles/on-russiagate-durham-indicts-the-press-too-hoax-media-indictment-11636141080 https://int.nyt.com/data/documenttools/igor-danchenko-indictment/2295d0f34ade0528/full.pdf

Cleared Hot
Episode 215 - Kara Smith and Nic Mckinley

Cleared Hot

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 135:45


Kara Smith spent 12 years as an intelligence analyst with the Air Force where she deployed supporting counter-terrorism operations tracking and locating terrorists. After leaving the Air Force, Kara worked at the NSA and then at the FBI in the Terrorist Screening Operations Unit as a Senior Intelligence Analyst assisting the FBI in identifying and monitoring persons on the terrorist watch list. Kara is now a senior analyst with Deliverfund and has helped take numerous traffickers off the streets by providing support to local, state, and federal law enforcement. Whether from her office or in the back of an undercover vehicle, Kara provides real-time information about the location of traffickers and their victims, using P.A.T.H.™ (Platform for the Analysis and Targeting of Human Traffickers) software developed by DeliverFund, in-depth social media analysis, and other cutting-edge technology. Nic Mckinley spent 11 years in US Special Operations as an Air Force Pararescueman prior to being recruited to the Central Intelligence Agency. While serving as a Country Chief for a Special Unit within the CIA he witnessed not only the epidemic of child trafficking within illicit markets but also the unrealized opportunity to apply his understanding and training to influence this global crisis. When Nic began to work with experts to better understand the problem in the United States he found it impossible to turn a blind eye. As a result, DeliverFund was officially established as a 501c3 in October 2014 as a counter-human trafficking organization, focused on ending sex slavery in the United States. To support the fight against human trafficking please visit: https://www.deliverfund.org  

Now We Know
98. Sneakers

Now We Know

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 76:58


Kicking off Season Five—and celebrating the life of the late Sidney Poitier, Academy Award winner, knighted in the UK, onetime Ambassador of the Bahamas, and all-around man about town—Kevin brings forth Sneakers, a 1992 thriller starring Robert Redford and a stacked ensemble cast. A preemptive word of advice: never trust a man who says he's with the NSA.

Canary Cry News Talk
SOYLENT MEATS

Canary Cry News Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 196:57


Canary Cry News Talk #430 - 01.07.2022  SOYLENT MEATS WEBSITE/SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel Podcast (Basil's other podcast) Facelikethesun Resurrection (Gonz' new YouTube channel) Truther Dating App   INTRO Soylent Green Trailer The Devil Inside #666 NFT bundle on sale 130 ETH  “I call it 666” of January 6th Anniversary (KCRW)   FLIPPY Nikon camera on robot arm is ambitious (Petapixel)   CYBERPANDEMIC/Bitcoin/China Bitcoin miners caught in Kazakhstan Internet blackout (abc AU)   COVID19/I AM WACCINE Novak Djokovic jab hezzy is unusual for tennis player, but not for a Serb (Economist) #WeStandWithNovak →Toilet troubles in strained testing queues, #AustraliaHasFallen (News AU) Supreme Court signals skepticism of Biden's mandates (Yahoo) Judge order FDA to hasten release Pfizer docs (Reuters) Biblical: Focus on the Family jab mandates divides supporters (Epoch Times)   Party Pitch  BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons   BEAST SYSTEM/HUNGRY KFC to launch plant based chicken with Beyond Meat (CNBC)   CHINESE NEWS →China defends science exchange programs after Harvard prof arrest (Big News Network) China Artificial Sun stronger than Bill Gates' (Interesting Engineering) Clip: Public shaming of people who violated Covid restrictions    BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups   AI/SPACE Amazon develops Castillo AI based on Alexa for NASA moon mission (DailyMail)   AI/MIND CONTROL AI helps prevent dementia, claims (WNDU)   ADDITIONAL STORIES: Hypocrite, ESG is anti-Bitcoin for energy use (PYMNTS) The robotics' second wave (mmh) AI to helps see plasma edge of fusion experiments (Physics) Massage robot has people worried (Tech Radar) More Cobid: Reuters fact checks VAERS data reliability…old news (Reuters) These Supreme Court arguments are about more than mandates (CNN Op) Glenn Back: JRE, Dr. Malone only scratching surface of Great Reset (the Blaze) → CDC recommends Pfizer/biontech boosters for 12 year olds (CNN)   PRODUCERS ep. 430: Executive Producer Jessica J**   Producers Child of God, littlewinged1, HeatherSiRussCody U, Jackie U, Lady Krome, Sir Sammons Knight of the Fishes, William F, JC, Palmer b, Jessica J, MORV, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Ciara F, Veronica D, Gail M, DrWhoDunDat, Amanda P, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Runksmash   TIMESTAMPS: Jade Bouncerson   JINGLES: LeirBag3000    ART: Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove, Knight of Rustbeltia MrJag   MICROFICTION Runksmash - Basil and Gonz finish the episode in terror of what comes next, while an entire floor in a windowless building begin dancing to the tunes of LeirBag, Marty B, and Psalm 40; the party becomes a rager, and NSA headquarters begins to rattle like a cage!   At the Annual Occupy Biden Rally throngs of disaffected liberals, Canarians, BEOMNI 2.2s, and general malcontents march to former president Biden's house demanding an end to inflatable pools; Mr. Biden responds with a hilariously incoherent message.

כל תכני עושים היסטוריה
How the Internet Changed the NSA (B-Side) [Malicious Life]

כל תכני עושים היסטוריה

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 36:13


In the late '80s to early 2000s, the NSA transitioned from being a hardware-first organization - that is, creating and operating physical spying devices - to software-first: excelling in hacking networks, tracking people online, etc. That transition was by no means easy: the NSA, by that point, was a huge organization - and big organizations are notorious for being very resistant to change. Jeff Man, our guest today, was one of the first people at the NSA to make the transition from hardware to software, and he shares with us his experiences from that period.

Me & Paranormal You
Transient Structures & Expounding Beings of Consciousness - 3rd Ear Bonus 249

Me & Paranormal You

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 42:06


Happy 2022! Let's kick this off with some great excerpts from Avi Loeb and get to the bottom of understanding our intuition is our greatest tool when it comes to understanding the universe and our place in it. Please write and rate CrystalEyes 5 stars in the app stores! Screenshot the written review and get entered to win prizes! Link to the article on the NSA website (is it good idea to hyperlink to the NSA website?) https://www.nsa.gov/portals/75/documents/news-features/declassified-documents/cryptologic-spectrum/communications_with_extraterrestrial.pdf www.patreon.com/ryansinger for bonus content! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/meandparanormalyou/message

Malicious Life
How the Internet Changed the NSA [ML BSide]

Malicious Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 36:13


In the late '80s to early 2000s, the NSA transitioned from being a hardware-first organization - that is, creating and operating physical spying devices - to software-first: excelling in hacking networks, tracking people online, etc. That transition was by no means easy: the NSA, by that point, was a huge organization - and big organizations are notorious for being very resistant to change. Jeff Man, our guest today, was one of the first people at the NSA to make the transition from hardware to software, and he shares with us his experiences from that period.

Frenchpet Pseudo Retro Gaming Podcast
FRENCHPET PLAYS MEGA MAN 4

Frenchpet Pseudo Retro Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 18:43


In this episode, Frenchpet plays Mega Man 4! He talks about SNES vs NES, ready to play games, RPGs, A Link to the Past, the NSA, unrealistic body standards of robot masters, debunking conspiracy theories with physics, being thankful, and much more! Follow our socials for more Frenchpet madness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frenchpet/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/frenchpet/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frenchpetpodcast/ Linktr.ee: http://frenchpet.com/ For merch, you can get it at: http://store.frenchpet.com/

The John Batchelor Show
+1b/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 12:02


Photo:  TIBLISI, Republic of Georgia -- Members of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and State Security Services, Republic of Georgia, collect simulated biohazard samples during Diablo Shield, a joint United States European Command and Federal Bureau of Investigation training event, April 2017 +1b/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/articles/on-russiagate-durham-indicts-the-press-too-hoax-media-indictment-11636141080 https://int.nyt.com/data/documenttools/igor-danchenko-indictment/2295d0f34ade0528/full.pdf

The Protectors
Season 4 | Nic McKinley | Founder of DeliverFund | Episode 16

The Protectors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 40:45


Nic McKinley, the founder of the counter-trafficking organization DeliverFund, joined The Protectors Podcast ™ to talk about the important work they are doing to support law enforcement through direct intelligence support.  About DeliverFund: DeliverFund was founded and is operated by a group of uniquely qualified and trained individuals. They have decades of experience from our careers in the CIA, NSA, Special Operations, and law enforcement, and leverage cutting-edge technology into the ultimate weapon against human trafficking. The traffickers have gone online, so follow them and track them down, using the same technologies that they're using against them.About Nic McKinley: As an Operative who served as a Country Chief for a Special Unit within the CIA, Nic witnessed not only the epidemic of child trafficking within illicit markets but also the unrealized opportunity to apply his understanding and training to influence this global crisis. As Nic began to work with experts to better understand the problem in the United States, he found it impossible to turn a blind eye. As a result, DeliverFund was officially established as a 501c3 in October 2014 and our counter human trafficking organization, focused on ending sex slavery in the United States got to work.Nic spent 11 years in US Special Operations as an Air Force Pararescueman prior to being recruited to the Central Intelligence Agency. Due to his highly specialized training and experience in both special and intelligence operations, Nic has a firm understanding about these illicit, illegal markets and has the highest levels of training to effectively combat them.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/theprotectors)

Security Voices
Juggling Chainsaws: How Amanda Gorton fought Apple & the DMCA while building Corellium

Security Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 53:22


Your fledgling startup has just been sued by one of the most powerful companies in the world. How do you defend yourself?And keep your company afloat?This was the challenge faced by Amanda Gorton, CEO of Corellium, a company whose virtualization platform enables efficient mobile security research and quality testing across a massive variety of devices. Sued by Apple for both copyright infringement and violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), Amanda was thrust into an exhausting balancing act of defending and running her young business at the same time. In this episode of Security Voices, she shares the details of how she survived and successfully defended her company.Dave and Amanda go beyond the lawsuit and into the tricky territory of companies like Corellium who provide a service whose sales process must be governed by a clear sense of ethics to avoid it falling into the wrong hands. She shares the real world challenges of developing and applying such a policy in a company and while it may be uncomfortable to trust a small company with such a weighty responsibility, they just might be the very best option we have.We explore the complicated nature of DMCA in a world that has changed dramatically since its anti-Napster driven inception back in the late 90s. From the NSA's release of Ghidra to Web3, we muse on the future of the DMCA whose relevance feels to be slipping into the history books.BioAmanda Gorton is co-founder and CEO of Corellium, which provides an Arm-native cloud platform that virtualizes mobile and IoT devices across iOS, Android, and Linux. Corellium enables never-before-possible security research, development, and quality testing of apps, firmware, and hardware on Arm. Previously, Gorton co-founded and was the CEO of security startup Virtual, which was acquired by Citrix in 2014. She earned a degree in classics from Yale University.

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: Surveillance Reform After Snowden

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 90:25


From October 17, 2015: Last week, the Center for Strategic and International Studies hosted Ben, along with Laura Donohue of Georgetown Law School, former NSA Director Michael Hayden, and Robin Simcox of the Henry Jackson Society, to discuss the future of surveillance reform in a post-Snowden world. What have we learned about NSA surveillance activities and its oversight mechanisms since June 2013? In what way should U.S. intelligence operations be informed by their potential impact on U.S. on economic interests? What privacy interests do non-Americans have in U.S. surveillance? And domestically, has the third-party doctrine outlived its applicability? Tom Karako of CSIS moderated the panel.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Democracy Now! Video
Democracy Now! 2021-12-24 Friday

Democracy Now! Video

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 59:00


NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Glenn Greenwald and Chris Hedges discuss mass surveillance, government secrecy, internet freedom and U.S. attempts to extradite and prosecute WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Democracy Now! Audio
Democracy Now! 2021-12-24 Friday

Democracy Now! Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 59:00


NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Glenn Greenwald and Chris Hedges discuss mass surveillance, government secrecy, internet freedom and U.S. attempts to extradite and prosecute WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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Sell Without Selling
168: Book More Business And Make Money Speaking With Lois Creamer

Sell Without Selling

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 56:14


Today's Guest: Lois Creamer Lois Creamer is an industry expert working with speakers, consultants and experts who want to book more business, make more money and fully monetize their message. She is the author of “Book More Business: Make Money Speaking”, and “The Speaker Author: Sell More Books and Book More Speeches”. Both books are available on Amazon as well as bookstores. Clients include Chicken Soup's Jack Canfield; author of The Sales Bible Jeffrey Gitomer; Patricia Fripp and more. Her expertise and no-nonsense style led to invitations to present at NSA national meetings and conventions, and every chapter. She also presents at Canadian Speakers Association, Professional Speakers Association – United Kingdom, India, South Africa, Australia, England and Scotland. In 2021, she was awarded “Honorary Fellow” of Professional Speakers Association England/Ireland. Lois has appeared in Forbes, Bloomberg Business, Speaker Magazine and The Wall Street Journal. On this episode: Stacey is joined by author and speaker Lois Creamer for a conversation on speaking as a business, communicating what you do to the world, and the value of instant feedback. Key Takeaways -Communicating your expertise with confidence is a big part of success. -Winging it leads to inconsistent results. -You will not level up without investing in yourself. Tweetable Quotes: "Sometimes we have difficulty seeing the value in our expertise." -Lois Creamer "One of the more common things I see that prevents people from leveling up is a lack of investment in themselves." -Stacey O'Byrne "You can make great money speaking. Your ability to promote your service by sharing expertise with an audience, is a stellar opportunity for business." -Lois Creamer "Everyone cannot be a client. Some people will not be a good fit for you." -Stacey O'Byrne Lois Creamer: Social info: Email: lois@bookmorebusiness.com http://www.BookMoreBusiness.com (http://www.BookMoreBusiness.com) http://www.BookMoreBusiness.com/blog (http://www.BookMoreBusiness.com/blog) Twitter: @loiscreamer http://www.Facebook.com/LoisCreamer (http://www.Facebook.com/LoisCreamer) http://www.Linkedin.com/in/LoisCreamer (http://www.Linkedin.com/in/LoisCreamer) http://www.instagram.com/loisbmb (http://www.Instagram.com/loisbmb) Resources: Instagram: @pivotpointadvantage Schedule a 15 minute call with Stacey:http://pivotpointadvantage.com/talktostacey ( http://pivotpointadvantage.com/talktostacey) If you're ready to take yourself and your business to the next level and are interested in a coaching program that will get you there check out:http://pivotpointadvantage.com/iwantsuccess ( http://pivotpointadvantage.com/iwantsuccess)  Join an interactive environment to help you build the success you've always wanted with other like-minded, success-driven entrepreneurs, business owners, and sales professionals:https://facebook.com/groups/sellwithoutselling ( https://facebook.com/groups/sellwithoutselling) 

Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI Radio in New York
Neil Richards on Why Privacy Matters

Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI Radio in New York

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 54:19


(12/20/21) Everywhere we look, corporations and governments are spying on us—seeking personal information about who we are and whom we know. Ad networks monitor our web-surfing to send us "more relevant" ads. The NSA screens our communications for signs of radicalism. Schools track students' emails to stop school shootings. Cameras guard every street corner and traffic light and drones fly in our skies. In his new book Privacy Matters, privacy law expert Neil Richards asserts that privacy isn't dead, but rather up for grabs. Join us for a discussion of how we can preserve our right to confidentiality in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI.

Marooned! on Mars with Matt and Hilary
2312 Episode 12: "Extracts (17)" to "ETH Mobile" (I'm not even going to try to spell it): Utopias of Gender, Virginia Woolf, the Long Stare of the Tenured Professor

Marooned! on Mars with Matt and Hilary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 77:55


Hilary and The Good German are back! We're talking animals, qubes, and consciousness, embodiment and emotion, landscape and economic miracles, long stares of wolves (and tenured professors), utopia of gender, and lawn bowling with Virginia Woolf. (Most profanity and profundity has been edited out. For the book.) Extracts (17) - 16:00 Swan in the Chateau Garden - 37:00 Quantum Walk (2) Inspector Genette and Swan - 50:00 Titan - 52:25 Swan and Genette and Wahram - 54:25 Matt makes a fart joke with the longest set-up in history, 59:30-1:00:00 (Hi, NSA!) Lists (15) - 1:11:25 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Mobile - 1:13:45 Thanks for listening! Email us at maroonedonmarspodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter @podcastonmars Leave us a voicemail on the Anchor.fm app Rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts! Music by Spirit of Space --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/marooned-on-mars/message

Grimerica Outlawed
#57 - Jason Reza Jorjani

Grimerica Outlawed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 70:07


Jason Reza Jorjani joins us for a fascinating chat about his book Closer Encounters and his overview of the UFO disclosure timing, Government secrecy, breakaway occult civilization, secret societies, the spectral revolution, and the deep state.   We also get into this dark picture, the prometheism solution, upwingers, the two main factions always at war - the titans and the giants, the mithraic order, UFO crash retrievals, the NSA in 1947, classified space program, the nazi takeover, Nimsa, Apollo, and the false scientific paradigm from 1890-1940.   In the second half we chat about China and the moon hints, leaked intel reports, personal writings of the founding fathers, reconstructing society after disclosure, sky gods, the religion of humanity, tricksters, UFO shamanism, nordics in Antarctica and mars, Fenton's work on the tectite's from 800,000 years ago, Cydonia, Pyschotronics, ancient magic tech, infinitive creativity, time space vortices used for travel by Cthulu and other creatures, underground bases, two different forces in close encounters, anomalous cognition, and spiritual science.    https://jasonrezajorjani.com/    See links to stuff we chatted about during the show:   https://hpluspedia.org/wiki/FM-2030   https://www.alibris.com/The-Complete-Story-of-the-Worldwide-Invasion-of-the-Orange-Orbs-Terry-Ray/book/29787503   http://brucefenton.info/    https://www.philgawen.com/paul_hill.htm   http://www.timothygood.co.uk/   https://www.goodreads.com/series/155457-projekt-saucer   https://www.good.is/800-000-year-old-meteor   Support the show directly: https://www.patreon.com/grimericaoutlawed   Get your Magic Mushrooms delivered from: Mushroom Spores, Spore Syringes, Best Spore Syringes,Grow Mushrooms   Spores Lab   Get Psychedelics online   Our audio book page: www.adultbrain.ca Darren's book www.acanadianshame.ca   Other affiliated shows: https://www.13questionspodcast.com/ Our New Podcast - 13 Questions www.grimerica.ca The OG Grimerica Show www.Rokfin.com/Grimerica Our channel on free speech Rokfin   Join the chat / hangout with a bunch of fellow Grimerican's  www.grimerica.ca/chats   1-403-702-6083 Call and leave a voice mail or send us a text   GrimericaFM https://s2.radio.co/s053ed3122/listen Check out our next trip/conference/meetup - Contact at the Cabin www.contactatthecabin.com   Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/grimerica-outlawed http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/grimerica-outlawed   Sign up for our newsletter http://www.grimerica.ca/news   SPAM Graham = and send him your synchronicities, feedback, strange experiences and psychedelic trip reports!! graham@grimerica.com InstaGRAM https://www.instagram.com/the_grimerica_show_podcast/    Tweet Darren https://twitter.com/Grimerica   Connect through other platforms: https://www.reddit.com/r/grimerica/  https://gab.ai/Grimerica    Purchase swag, with partial proceeds donated to the show www.grimerica.ca/swag Send us a postcard or letter http://www.grimerica.ca/contact/ ART Napolean Duheme's site http://www.lostbreadcomic.com/  MUSIC Tru North Felix's Site sirfelix.bandcamp.com 

The Scalpel With Dr. Keith Rose
Ep.209 Dear Democrats Across The Trenches: A Prayer for Truth and Freedom in 2022

The Scalpel With Dr. Keith Rose

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 33:30


Ep.209 Dear Democrats Across The Trenches: A Prayer for Truth and Freedom in 2022 In this episode of The Scalpel, Dr. Rose reflects upon an event that happened in 1914 between British and German soldiers. In the days leading up to Christmas, British troops heard German soldiers singing "Silent Night." They joined in. What followed was a truly unique and unexpected moment in the middle of a war. In the political war of our current day, can we apply any lessons learned from 1914? Do we want freedom enough to stop attacking each other and seek truth and freedom? There are a number of sources of information that recount the Christmas Truce of 1914. https://www.iwm.org.uk/history/the-real-story-of-the-christmas-truce https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas_truce https://www.britannica.com/event/The-Christmas-Truce https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-story-of-the-wwi-christmas-truce-11972213/ https://time.com/3643889/christmas-truce-1914/ https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/christmas-truce-of-1914   There are even songs - like this one.   Paul McCartney - Pipes of Peace https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwyFTRGiIUU Trump: ‘On Behalf of the Entire Trump Family We Wish Everyone a Joyous and Merry Christmas' https://grabien.com/story.php?id=266129   Summary Date Source Ugly, bloody scenes in San Jose as protesters attack Trump 06/03/2016 The Washington Post Police: Clinton Supporter Lights Flag on Fire, Attacks Trump Supporter 07/31/2016 CBS2 Pittsburgh Trump Supporter in NJ Attacked with Crowbar on Street, Police Say 08/09/2016 New Jersey 101.5 Tennessee Man Attacked at Garage Sale for Being Trump Supporter 08/18/2016 The Daily Caller Some protesters got aggressive at the end of the night as Trump supporters left Minneapolis fundraiser 08/19/2016 Minneapolis Star-Tribune Leftist MOB Beats, Kicks, Pummels TRUMP Supporter for Wearing #MAGA Hat 09/28/2016 The Gateway Pundit Republican headquarters in N. Carolina firebombed: ‘Nazi Republicans leave town or else' 10/17/2016 New York Daily News Vandals throw bricks through windows at Delaware County Republican Party office 10/18/2016 Fox 59 Indianapolis Twitter Erupts with Calls for Donald Trump To Be Assassinated 11/09/2016 The Daily Caller Student Trump supporter attacked at Woodside High School 11/10/2016 KTVU Fox2 Police: Florida student punches classmate carrying Trump sign 11/11/2016 Palm Beach Post Female anti-bullying ambassador, 23, arrested at Trump Tower protest for pushing man, 74, to the ground in fight over Trump 11/11/2016 Daily Mail 11-Year-Old Boy Badly Beat up for Voting Trump in Mock Election 11/11/2016 The Daily Caller 'You voted Trump' yelled at man while he's beaten in Chicago streets 11/12/2016 CBS News 2 Men Attack Trump Supporter in Meriden, Conn.: Police 11/13/2016 NBC Connecticut Student attacked for wearing 'Make America Great Again' hat at anti-Trump protest 11/16/2016 WUSA 9 Cornell College Republicans president assaulted, called ‘racist bitch' 12/15/2016 The College Fix Four anti-Trump activists in custody after mentally disabled man tied up, tortured on Facebook Live 01/05/2017 Fox32 Chicago Shocking moment Trump fan is attacked after putting out fire sparked by inauguration protesters 01/24/2017 The Sun Protesters block streets, attack Trump supporter's car in Eugene after peaceful rally 01/29/2017 The Oregonian Trump Supporter Knocked Unconscious After Being Hit by Airport Protesters 01/31/2017 The Washington Free Beacon Riot Forces Cancellation Of Yiannopoulos Talk At UC Berkeley 02/01/2017 KPIX 5, CBS San Francisco Anti-Trump Protesters Block Ambulance Rushing to Hospital 02/06/2017 Lifezette Rohrabacher Staffer, 71, Knocked Unconscious By Protesters Delivering Cards 02/15/2017 CBS Los Angeles ‘Bell Curve' author attacked by protesters at Middlebury College 03/05/2017 The Boson Globe Ann Coulter speech at UC Berkeley canceled, again, amid fears for safety 04/26/2017 The Washington Post Portland Rose Parade canceled after ‘antifascists' threaten GOP marchers 04/27/2017 The Washington Post Prosecutors file new charges against inauguration protesters who rioted, torched immigrant's limo 04/28/2017 The Washington Post Message to GOP Rep.: 'This is how we're going to kill your wife' 05/10/2017 Politico Police: Woman followed then threatened Congressman David Kustoff 05/11/2017 WREG CBS 3 Two tossed from rowdy town hall in Mandan 05/11/2017 The Bismarck Tribune FBI arrests Tucson man over threats to U.S. Rep. Martha McSally 05/15/2017 Arizona Daily Star Former professor suspected in Berkeley bike-lock attack enters plea in Oakland court 05/29/2017 East Bay Times Congressman Steve Scalise Gravely Wounded in Alexandria Baseball Field Ambush 06/04/2017 New York Times 'One down, 216 to go': New York representative receives threatening message after congressman shooting 06/14/2017 New York Daily News Several shots fired at truck flying ‘Make America Great Again' flag on I-465 06/15/2017 FOX 59 Indianapolis Anti-Donald Trump campaigner 'shoots Republican neighbour twice in the head' 08/16/2017 The Independent Missouri Senator: 'I Hope Trump Is Assassinated' 08/17/2017 The Daily Caller Threats Against EPA Employees Up 50% Under Trump Admin. 10/06/2017 NBC Washington Trump supporter attacked by 2 women at DC restaurant, police say 04/02/2018 FOXNew.com Trump supporter says she was attacked by two women at a DC restaurant over her political views 04/03/2018 DailyMail.com Here are some of the death threats made against EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt 04/11/2018 CBS News Climate skeptic Marc Morano details his career of death threats 04/25/2018 ClimateDepot Stuart man charged with threatening Rep. Brian Mast's children over Trump policy 06/19/2018 TCPalm (USA Today) Increasing threats to Homeland Security include burned animal carcass left on staffer's porch 06/25/2018 WTOP.com Dem Party Volunteer Charged With Threatening to Kill GOP Rep's Kids 06/27/2018 Townhall California man arrested for threatening to kill FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's family over net neutrality 06/29/2018 The Verge Man allegedly threatens to chop up Rand Paul and his family with an ax 07/02/2018 Courier Journal ‘ABOLISH ICE': Nebraska vandals cause $1,200 in property damage at state GOP headquarters 07/03/2018 Conservative Review Random Stranger Takes Kid's MAGA Hat, Tosses Drink on Him 07/04/2018 Daily Caller ‘Irate' man arrested for threats against Trump supporters, Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.) 07/07/2018 New York Post Someone untied Betsy DeVos's yacht in Ohio. Damage ensued. 07/26/2018 The Washington Post Hit & Run Victim Says He Was Targeted Because Of Trump Bumper Sticker 08/01/2018 CBS 4 Boston Anarchy Breaks Out in Portland, With the Mayor's Blessing 08/03/2018 Wall Street Journal Cambridge man facing charges for cash offer to kill ICE agent 08/09/2018 boston Herald Trump Backer Claims Social Distortion Singer Punched Him Over Politics 08/15/2018 CBS13 Sacramento Student Who Took Classmate's MAGA Hat Says She Was Making Political Statement 08/27/2018 CBS 13 Sacramento Castro Valley Man Accused Of Switchblade Assault On GOP Congressional Candidate 09/11/2018 CBS San Francisco 'Threats of Rape and Strangling' Force D.C. McAllister Into Hiding After Anti-Abortion Tweet 09/11/2018 pjmedia.com Las Vegas professor shot himself in arm to protest Trump 09/11/2018 Las Vegas Review Journal Secret Service looking into ‘Where is John Wilkes Booth' comment by Broadway actress 09/12/2018 MSN.com Georgetown Professor Says White Republicans Should Be Castrated, Fed To Swine 10/01/2018 The Daily Caller A man sent letters with ricin to Pentagon, and suspicious letters to Pentagon, Ted Cruz 10/02/2018 NBC News Antifa Arsonists Vandalize Pro-Trump Truck — Then Torch It 10/09/2018 KPTV Antifa vandalizes New York GOP headquarters 10/14/2018 ABC7 NY Dem Operative Arrested in Nevada After Assaulting Female GOP Staffer 10/17/2018 The Washington Free Beacon Two GOP Candidates Assaulted in Minnesota 10/17/2018 The Washington Free Beacon Man arrested for threatening Kavanaugh-supporting senators 10/19/2018 NY Post Left-wing Wisc. man accused of attempting to buy radioactive material with intent to kill 10/24/2018 WTMJ Democrat arrested after threatening to assault black GOP campaign worker 10/25/2018 WBTV Trump-Hating Former Porn Star Engages In Shootout With Cops 10/25/2018 The Daily Wire Federal authorities offer reward for Wyoming suspect who set fire to local GOP headquarters 10/25/2018 Associated Press Four shots fired into Volusia County Republican Headquarters, police say 10/29/2018 WFTV Seattle City Council Candidate Drops Out Of Race, Citing Left-Wing Harassment Of His Wife 11/14/2018 The Daily Caller Trump supporter assaulted while wearing MAGA hat 11/16/2018 The Hill Vandals Throw Giant Boulder Through Rep. McCarthy's Office Window 11/22/2018 The Daily Caller A North Dakota Man Pleaded Guilty To Planning To Flip Trump's Limo With A Forklift 12/01/2018 BuzzFeed Antifa activist facing assault charges was tied to Democratic policymakers 02/11/2019 Fox News Man accused of pulling gun on victim wearing MAGA hat 02/17/2019 WBKO Man says he was attacked for wearing MAGA hat in Manhattan 08/01/2019 NY Post Antifa protester who attacked Trump supporter pleads guilty to assault 10/05/2019 NY Post Felony charge filed in punching of man leaving Trump rally in Minneapolis 10/24/2019 Star Tribune Florida Man Arrested After Allegedly Spitting on a Man and Slapping His MAGA Hat 10/29/2019 Newsweek Florida man in Trump costume punched in face by 14-year-old girl: cops 10/29/2019 NY Post Child hospitalized after beating on school bus for wearing Trump hat 11/21/2019 NY Post     Summary Date Source At the DoJ, Comey relentlessly pursued a banker for financial charges; when he couldn't find any criminality, he charged him with obstruction of justice "because of a single ambiguous email" (a conviction later overturned) 09/01/2000 The Federalist Despite knowing who leaked Valerie Plame's identity to a reporter, Comey tasked a special counsel to investigate the Bush Administration for years, eventually ensaring a non-leaker with a process charge 09/26/2003 The Federalist During the Valerie Plame leak investigation, Comey demanded AG Ashcroft recuse himself for conflict of interest; he instead chose the godfather of his daughter, Patrick Fitzgerald, to run the probe 09/26/2003 The Wall Street Journal As Bush's deputy AG, Comey schemed to become the AG himself when Ashcroft was hospitalized; he did so to stop an NSA counterterror program and set himself up for future political career 03/01/2004 The Federalist As deputy AG, Comey badly bungled the anthrax investigation, largely destroying the life of an innocent man (who later won a large settlement against the feds) 03/01/2004 RealClearPolitics After Comey assumed for himself the role of attorney general, he did not tell President Bush 03/02/2004 The Federalist Comey aggressively targeted Martha Stewart for insider trading; when he couldn't find wrongdoing, he charged her for “having misled people by denying having committed a crime with which she was not charged" 07/16/2004 CATO Institute As deputy AG, Comey used "bogus 'secret' information to entrap two lobbyists for the pro-Israel group" AIPAC; the case was later dropped, but not before two reputations were destroyed 08/27/2004 The Wall Street Journal During Comey's probe Valerie Plame probe, reporter Judith Miller was jailed for 85 days for refusing to divulge sources; she says crucial information was withheld from her 06/27/2005 The Wall Street Journal During a 2007 hearing into the firings of U.S. attorneys, Comey coordinated with Sen. Schumer and Preet Bharara to make a surprise appearance and attack Gonzales with a (disputed) account 05/24/2007 The Federalist After the NSA scandal exploded in 2013, Comey's FBI was exposed conducting its own data mining on innocent Americans; the agency retains that material for decades (even if no wrongdoing is found) 06/30/2013 Bloomberg The father of the radical Islamist who detonated a backpack bomb in New York City in 2016 alerted the FBI to his son's radicalization but the FBI let him go 08/28/2013 NJ.com Comey's FBI was warned about the Boston bomber but let him go 03/25/2014 NBC News In 2015, Comey's FBI conducted a controversial raid on a Texas political meeting, finger printing, photographing, and seizing phones from attendees 03/01/2015 World Net Daily Comey created diplomatic chaos with Poland after saying the country was an "accomplice" during the Holocaust. 04/21/2015 The Daily Mail Comey was forced to apologize after an error in the FBI's background check system allowed Dylann Roof to buy his gun 07/10/2015 The Atlantic During the FBI's Hillary probe, "A technician who destroyed evidence lied to FBI investigators even after he received immunity, and Comey did nothing" 04/01/2016 The Federalist; The Wall Street Journal Comey promised transparency into the investigation into the Pulse Night Club terrorist, but almost immediately redacted from transcript the killer's reference to Islam 06/12/2016 The Federalist Comey's FBI twice interviewed the Pulse Night Club terrorist but let him go 06/13/2016 The New York Times Under Comey, the FBI blew its highest profile corruption investigations (into Sen. Ted Stevens); a federal judge blamed the "worst prosecutorial misconduct" he'd ever seen 07/01/2016 The Federalist Under Comey, the FBI authorized informants to break the law 22,800 times in just four years 08/23/2016 The Daily Dot During its investigation into Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified material, the FBI made an unusual deal in which Clinton aides were both given immunity and allowed to destroy their laptops. 10/03/2016 Fox News Comey's FBI was embedded with the ISIS-affiliated terrorists who struck the 'Draw Mohammad' event but failed to act 03/26/2017 CBS News Comey claimed in Senate testimony he didn't feel compelled to memorialize his meetings with presidents besides Trump; however, that's untrue 06/10/2017 Powerline James Comey's Trump memos contained classified information, likely meaning he violated his own agencies security protocols 07/09/2017 The Hill Comey drafted an exoneration statement for Hillary Clinton months before the FBI even investigated her 10/16/2017 Newsweek Under Comey, the FBI's database for gun buyers lost millions of records 11/10/2017 The Washington Post Under Comey, the FBI's case against Cliven Bundy was destroyed after the feds were caught deliberately withholding evidence 12/21/2017 The Oregonian Sexual misconduct was rampant at the FBI under Comey's watch, with at least 14 agents sanctioned 02/25/2018 The Daily Caller Comey's FBI blew its case against Omar Mateen's wife due to agents' misconduct 04/03/2018 USA Today Agent Peter Strzok was considered so hostile to Trump, Robert Mueller dropped him from the Russia probe; Comey, however, found him fit to lead the Clinton probe 04/17/2018 RealClearPolitics On the FBI's Hillary probe, Comey claimed there was no coordination between the DoJ and FBI, but texts and emails later showed that to be untrue 04/19/2018 The Washington Examiner The memos Comey leaked contained classified material, prompting the DoJ inspector general to investigate his illegal leak 04/20/2018 The Wall Street Journal Comey's memos reveal that he briefed Trump on the Steele dossier specifically so it would leak to the media 04/20/2018 The Federalist During the Hillary probe, the FBI lost track of Hillary's server for months 05/05/2018 Jack Posobiec During his book tour, Comey claimed he didn't know the FBI thought Michael Flynn believed he was telling the truth     CONTACT THE SHOW Website: https://scalpeledge.com Email: KFR@scalpeledge.com Twitter: @TheScalpelEdge Instagram: @TheScalpelPodcast   #TheScalpel

Cybersecurity Heroes
*Bonus* Log4J: What You Need to Know and How To Respond

Cybersecurity Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 25:27


On Friday, December 10th a vulnerability was reported in a Java-based software known as "Log4j which is used extensively by enterprises and even the NSA. This poses potential risks for much of the internet and threat actors are already taking advantage of this as we speak. Since then the cybersecurity world has kicked into overdrive to identify vulnerable applications, detect potential attacks, and mitigate against exploits as best as humanly possible. In this episode, Jeroen van Kessel shares some advice on how to respond as he works around the clock to help companies mitigate potential risks. Free Resources: Vulnerable application list:https://github.com/NCSC-NL/log4shell/tree/main/software Internal log4j binary scanner:https://github.com/l ogpresso/CVE-2021-44228-Scanner Network scanner log4j: https://github.com/fullhunt/log4j-scan   **Show Links** - Check out [Cryptsus] - Connect with Jeroen van Kessel on [LinkedIn] or [Twitter] - Follow IRONSCALES on [LinkedIn] or [Twitter] - Connect with Brendon Rod on [LinkedIn] ---------------------------- We're stronger together. Keep connected with CyberSecurity Heroes at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Google Podcast. Catch all the links to the episode below or search for #CyberSecurityHeroes in your favorite podcast player. - Sounder: - Apple: - Spotify: CyberSecurity Heroes is brought to you by IRONSCALES. An email security platform powered by AI, enhanced by thousands of customer security teams and built around detecting and removing threats in the inbox. We offer a service that is fast to deploy, easy to operate and is unparalleled in the ability to stop all types of email threats, including advanced attacks like BEC, ATO and more. Learn more at ironscales.com

Du lytter til Politiken
17. december: Vild uge i den danske spionverden

Du lytter til Politiken

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 24:11


I mandags slog en kommissionsrapport fast, at anklagerne mod fem hjemsendte chefer fra Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste (FE) intet har på sig. Cheferne har det seneste år været under mistanke for at have ført sit tilsyn bag lyset og udsat danskere for uretmæssig overvågning i et tophemmeligt samarbejde med den amerikanske overvågningstjeneste NSA. Men i kommissionsrapporten fejer tre landsdommere nu al kritik af bordet. Umiddelbart forinden blev fire personer med tilknytning til PET og FE fængslet for at have lækket »højt klassificerede oplysninger« fra tjenesterne, så hvad sker der egentlig i den danske spiontjeneste? Journalist Hans Davidsen-Nielsen, som har arbejdet med området gennem mange år, forklarer.

Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival
What is Quantum Communications?

Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 9:06


Tony Lawrence, CEO, discusses Light Rider's work with Quantum Communications and his experience at NSA, https://lightriderinc.com/

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website
Olympia: Boykott und Heuchelei

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 6:46


Um die Olympischen Winterspiele in China im nächsten Jahr ist eine Debatte voller Doppelstandards entbrannt. Die Forderungen der USA und anderer westlicher Länder nach einem „diplomatischen Boykott“ wegen Menschenrechtsverletzungen sind angesichts der westlichen Angriffskriege, der Wirtschaftssanktionen, der Drohnenmorde, der NSA-Überwachung und vieler anderer Aspekte geradezu absurd. Durch solche Vergleiche wird China nicht politisch-moralisch weißgewaschen, sieWeiterlesen

Intelligence Squared
The Sunday Debate: It's time to bring Russia in from the cold: Rapprochement is in the West's best interests

Intelligence Squared

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 62:04


This week, we're going back to 2017, with our debate "It's time to bring Russia in from the cold: Rapprochement is in the West's best interests". For this major event, Intelligence Squared put together a stellar line-up. Making the case for rapprochement with Russia was Vladimir Pozner, one of Russia's best known television journalists and a former advocate for the Soviet Union, and Domitilla Sagramoso, a leading expert on security in Russia; arguing against them were Michael Hayden, former director of both the CIA and the NSA, and Radek Sikorski, who was Poland's foreign minister from 2007 to 2014. The debate was chaired by BBC World News presenter Nik Gowing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The John Batchelor Show
1b/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 12:02


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1b/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/articles/on-russiagate-durham-indicts-the-press-too-hoax-media-indictment-11636141080 https://int.nyt.com/data/documenttools/igor-danchenko-indictment/2295d0f34ade0528/full.pdf

Macro n Cheese
Unanswered 9-11 Questions with Ray McGinnis

Macro n Cheese

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 48:16


Author Ray McGinnis brings us back to the sham investigation into the events of 9/11 and reminds us just how many questions have never been answered.

The Harden Up Podcast
Ep 23: Kara "The Huntress" of Deliverfund

The Harden Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 73:18


On this episode Matt talks with one of the nation's leading human trafficker hunters, Kara Smith. She spent 12 years working in intelligence analysis in support of anti-terrorism. Starting her career in the air force, and then moving on to the NSA and FBI, she has taken those skills and now uses them to combat human trafficking with Deliverfund. Kara shares detailed information on the widespread human trafficking problem, and how criminals are preying upon our children, friends, and neighbors. You'll be amazed at how prevalent this truly is. We highly encourage supporting this non-profit organization with a donation on their website.Deliver FundIG: @DeliverFund  @kara_the_huntresshttps://www.deliverfund.org/ARC OF JUSTICEIG: @arcofjusticeusa https://arcofjusticeusa.org/Lowa BootsIG: @lowa.professional and @lowabootshttps://www.lowaboots.com/The OpTempo Training Group website for an updated list of classes:https://optempotraining.com/@optempotraining on Instagram and FacebookFind us on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4kBpYUjDdve9BULTHRF2Bw/featured?view_as=subscriber

Out Of The Blank
#998 - Inside Science Fiction (Scott Halley)

Out Of The Blank

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 93:19


Scott is a coach and podcaster for "Never Too Serious" A podcast with an honest attempt at honest discussion where a touch of humor goes a long way. Lets begin with some late night finds of what seems to be code for a science fiction novel but listed on government websites like CIA and NSA have weird articles about biblical warnings and mass extinctions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/out-of-the-blank-podcast/support

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.08.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 54:04


Grape seed extract found to extend lifespan of old mice Chinese Academy of Sciences and Mayo Clinic, December 7, 2021 A team of researchers affiliated with a host of institutions in China and the U.S. has found that injecting procyanidin C1 (PCC1), a chemical found in grape seed extract, into older mice extended their lifespan. In their paper published in the journal Nature Metabolism, the group describes the link between PCC1 and extended lifespan in mice and the experiments they carried out with the material. The researchers screened 46 plant extracts looking for anti-aging capabilities. They came across PCC1. Initial tests during screening showed it reduced the number of senescent cells in the human prostate. Such cells are known to contribute to aging. Intrigued with their results, the researchers tested it further. They found that at low doses it prevented senescent cells from contributing to inflammation, and at higher doses killed them outright without harming other cells. (NEXT) Gratitude may improve your health University of Michigan and University of California, San Francisco, December 6, 2021 Be thankful for what you have—it might improve your physical and mental health, according to a new global study that uses cell phone data. People who were more grateful had lower blood pressure and heart rate, as well as greater feelings of appreciation toward others. The study found that optimism was also linked to health and mental benefits, such as better sleep quality and more positive expectations and reflections. The findings showed that gratitude and optimism are positive psychological dispositions associated with beneficial outcomes. Gratitude highlighted the positive aspects of the day, whereas optimism minimized the negative aspects of the day, the study indicated. In addition, optimism was a better predictor of sleep quality and stress frequency and intensity than gratitude. (NEXT) Higher physical activity is associated with a better metabolic health risk factor profile in menopausal women University of Jyvaskyla (Finland), November 29, 2021 A study conducted at the University of Jyväskylä shows that menopausal transition is associated with unfavourable changes in metabolic health that may be mitigated with a physically active lifestyle. Especially, physical activity alleviated the increase in systolic blood pressure. In the study, the women were divided into three groups based on the change in their menopausal status during the follow-up period and the groups were compared to each other. Body composition, waist circumference, blood pressure, blood lipids and glucose and physical activity were measured twice during the four-year follow-up time. In all groups, the levels of several metabolic health indicators deteriorated. (NEXT) Could glucosamine and chondroitin support a healthy colon? Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, December 6, 2021 Use of the supplements, which are used for joint health support, was associated with a 23% reduction in the risk of colorectal cancer, according to data from the Nurses' Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-up Study published in the International Journal of Cancer . “Results of this study suggest a potential beneficial effect of glucosamine and chondroitin supplementation on risk of colorectal cancer, and further support the previously observed association between use of these supplements and risk of colorectal cancer in the VITAL study,” wrote the researchers. “Additional study is needed to better understand the association between use of glucosamine and chondroitin and risk of colorectal cancer, and the mechanisms by which these supplements may affect risk of colorectal cancer.” (NEXT) Cannabis impacts sperm counts, motility in two generations of mice Washington State University, December 2, 2021 An intense but short-term exposure to cannabis vapor lowered sperm counts and slowed sperm movement, or motility, not only in the directly exposed male mice but also in their sons. The Washington State University study, published in the journal Toxicological Sciences, builds on other human and animal studies, showing that cannabis can impede male reproductive function. The current study uses more controlled circumstances than human studies, which often have to rely on surveys, and is the first known reproductive study to use vaporized whole cannabis in mice, which is the more common form humans use. (NEXT) Study suggests giving kids too many toys stifles their creativity University of Toledo, December 6, 2021 A team of researchers at the University of Toledo has found that children are more creative when they have fewer toys to play with at one time. In their paper published in the journal Infant Behavior and Development, the group describes their observational study of toddlers at play, what they learned and offer some suggestions for parents. The researchers found that the toddlers playing with four toys engaged in more creative activities than did the toddlers who had 16 toys to choose from. They also found, unsurprisingly, that toddlers with fewer options tended to play with each of the toys available to them for a longer amount of time. Much of that additional time, the researchers noted, was taken up with finding news ways to play with them. (OTHER NEWS NEXT) TO WATCH THE VIDEO PART OF THE GARY NULL SHOW GO TO PROGRESSIVERADIONETWORK.COM (NEXT) Rap Sheets for Pfizer and J&J PFIZER Rejected the government for distributing the vaccine… will do it itself CEO Albert Bouria – before reining the closing bell at stock exchange.. stated that those who do not vaccinated will be the weak links in stopping the pandemic Pfizer – second largest drug/biotech co in world – 4th highest earner in vaccines Product safety – it is heart valves were defected and caused a hundred deaths – investigation found company intentionally misled regulators knowing about hazards Celebrex.. in wake of vioxx – painkiller.. admitted in its trials the drug increased heart problems.  Settled 894 million – for Celebrex and Bextra (painkiller that causes cardio and GI risks) More recent – 1000 lawsuits or birth defects associated with its drug Zolof… Price fixing – as far back as 1950s with antibiotics. Such as tetracycline Price fixing over the years… AIDS drug, Lipitor (cholesterol drug) In 2016 the Justice Department announced that Pfizer would pay $784 million to settle allegations that it underpaid rebates to Medicaid on two of its drugs. 20 million paid to 4500 doctors for speaking on behalf of its drugs Busted for false Centrum claims for breast and colon health Racketeering fraud over Neurtonin – epilepsy drug Bribery – payments to foreign government officials.. and  bribing overseas doctors to increase foreign sales Selling off label Kickbacks from medicare Tax avoidance – using paper work to “relocate” to Ireland , tax haven Repeatedly paid fines for environmental violations at its research and manufacturing plants. In 2009 - dubious distinction of paying the largest-ever criminal fine at the time — $2.3 billion — for fraudulent and illegal promotion of four drugs, including a painkiller marketed at “dangerously high” doses. In 2016, a British regulator levied a $106 million fine against Pfizer for a 2600% increase in the price of a widely prescribed anti-epilepsy drug that increased the National Health Services' expenditures from one year to the next — for a single drug—from $2.5 million to $63 million. Pfizer is the top drug company spender in state elections, even outspending the industry's own lobbying group, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRM). In 2014 Pfizer launched an effort to take over AstraZeneca that was designed not only to swallow a competitor but also to cut its tax bill by locating the headquarters of the combined operation in Britain. When AstraZeneca resisted the controversial move, Pfizer abandoned the bid. Then in November 2015 Pfizer announced a similar deal, worth $160 billion, to merge with Allergan and move the headquarters of the combined company to Ireland. The plan was dropped when the Obama Administration introduced new tax rules. JOHNSON AND JOHNSON In 2004 J&J agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle lawsuits linking the prescription heartburn medication Propulsid to several hundred deaths and many more cases of cardiac irregularity. During 2009 and 2010 the company had to announce a string of recalls of medications, contact lenses and hip implants. The most serious of these was the massive recall of more than 136 million bottles of liquid Tylenol and Motrin for infants and children after batches of the medications were found to be contaminated with metal particles. The company's handling of the matter was so poor that J&J subsidiary McNeil-PPC became the subject of a criminal investigation and later entered a guilty plea and paid a criminal fine of $20 million and forfeited $5 million. It also came out during a Congressional investigation of the matter that in 2008 J&J had engaged in what was labeled a "phantom recall." When faced with Motrin IB caplets that were not dissolving property, McNeil hired contractors to buy up the products in stores while making no announcement to the public. In 2013 J&J reached a deal with plaintiffs lawyers under which it would pay nearly $2.5 billion in compensation to an estimated 8,000 people who had received flawed hip implants. In 2016 two juries awarded a total of $127 million damages to women who sued J&J claiming that their ovarian cancer was caused by the talc in J&J Baby Powder. An award of $417 million was made by a California jury in 2017 and a verdict of more than $4 billion was awarded in Missouri in 2018 (an appeal court later reduced that to $2.1 billion). The New York Times reported in December 2018 that internal company memos from the 1970s discussed the possibility that its talcum powder could contain asbestos. In 1996 J&J reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission under which the company agreed to stop making what the agency called false claims about the failure rates of condoms in the marketing of its K-Y spermicidal lubricant. In 2010 J&J subsidiaries Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical and Ortho-McNeil-Janssen had to pay $81 million to settle charges that they promoted the epilepsy drug Topamax for uses not approved as safe by the Food and Drug Administration The following year, J&J subsidiary Scios Inc. had to pay $85 million to settle similar charges relating to its heart failure drug Natrecor. In 2013 the Justice Department announced that J&J and several of its subsidiaries would pay more than $2.2 billion in criminal fines and civil settlements to resolve allegations that the company had marketed its anti-psychotic medication Risperdal and other drugs for unapproved uses as well as allegations that they had paid kickbacks to physicians and pharmacists to encourage off-label usage In a related Risperdal civil lawsuit, a jury later awarded $8 billion in damages but a Philadelphia judge reduced that by more than 99 percent to $6.8 million. In 2019 J&J and its subsidiary Ethicon, Inc. agreed to pay over $116 million to 41 states and the District of Columbia to settle litigation alleging deceptive marketing of transvaginal surgical mesh devices. In a separate suit brought by California, a state judge ordered the company to pay $344 million. In 2021 J&J reached an agreement with a group of states under which it would pay $5 billion to resolve litigation brought against its subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals alleging improper sale of pain medications, contributing to the national opioid epidemic. In 2001 J&J agreed to pay up to $860 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that the company had misled consumers into prematurely throwing away disposable Acuvue contact lenses. The suits argued that the company drove up sales of its 1-Day Acuvue soft lenses by recommending that consumers use them only once, even though the product was identical to regular Acuvue lenses, which could be worn as long as two weeks. In 2011 J&J agreed to pay a $21.4 million criminal penalty as part of a deferred prosecution agreement with the Justice Department resolving allegations of improper payments by J&J subsidiaries to government officials in Greece, Poland and Romania in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. (NEXT) Weapons trade booms as profits hit record $531bn in 2020 Swedish think tank says world's 100 biggest arms firms were largely shielded from the effect of the pandemic. AL JAZEERA. 6 Dec 2021 Sales of weapons and military services by the world's 100 biggest arms companies reached a record $531bn in 2020, an increase of 1.3 per cent in real terms compared with the previous year, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The Swedish think tank said 2020 marked the sixth consecutive year of sales growth by the top 100 firms, and came even as the global economy shrank. Overall sales were 17 percent higher than in 2015 when it first included data on Chinese firms. “The industry giants were largely shielded by sustained government demand for military goods and services,” Alexandra Marksteiner, researcher with the SIPRI Military Expenditure and Arms Production Programme, said in a statement on Monday. “In much of the world, military spending grew and some governments even accelerated payments to the arms industry in order to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 crisis.” Firms in the United States continue to dominate the industry, with total sales of $285bn from 41 companies accounting for about 54 percent of all arms sales among the 100 biggest companies. The top five companies in the ranking since 2018 have all been based in the US, SIPRI said. Arms sales from the top Chinese firms amounted to an estimated $66.8bn in 2020, 1.5 percent more than in 2019. Chinese firms accounted for 13 percent of the Top 100 arms sales' total, ahead of the United Kingdom, which had the third-largest share. “In recent years, Chinese arms companies have benefited from the country's military modernization programmes and focus on military-civil fusion,” said Nan Tian, SIPRI senior researcher. “They have become some of the most advanced military technology producers in the world.” The seven UK companies recorded arms sales of $37.5bn in 2020, up by 6.2 percent compared with 2019. Arms sales by BAE Systems – the sole European firm in the top 10 – increased by 6.6 percent to $24bn. (NEXT) You'd Better Watch Out: The Surveillance State Has a Naughty List, and You're On It John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead, December 7, 2021 No longer does the all-knowing, all-seeing, jolly Old St. Nick need to rely on antiquated elves on shelves and other seasonal snitches in order to know when you're sleeping or awake, and if you've been naughty or nice. Thanks to the government's almost limitless powers made possible by a domestic army of techno-tyrants, fusion centers and Peeping Toms, Santa can get real-time reports on who's been good or bad this year. This creepy new era of government/corporate spying—in which we're being listened to, watched, tracked, followed, mapped, bought, sold and targeted—makes the NSA's rudimentary phone and metadata surveillance appear almost antiquated in comparison. Tracking you based on your health status. In the age of COVID-19, digital health passports are gaining traction as gatekeepers of a sort, restricting access to travel, entertainment, etc., based on one's vaccine status. Whether or not one has a vaccine passport, however, individuals may still have to prove themselves “healthy” enough to be part of society. For instance, in the wake of Supreme Court rulings that paved the way for police to use drug-sniffing dogs as “search warrants on leashes,” government agencies are preparing to use virus-detecting canine squads to carry out mass screenings to detect individuals who may have COVID-19. Researchers claim the COVID-sniffing dogs have a 95% success rate of identifying individuals with the virus (except when they're hungry, tired or distracted). These dogs are also being to trained to ferret out individuals suffering from other health ailments such as cancer. Tracking you based on your face: Facial recognition software aims to create a society in which every individual who steps out into public is tracked and recorded as they go about their daily business. Coupled with surveillance cameras that blanket the country, facial recognition technology allows the government and its corporate partners to identify and track someone's movements in real-time. One particularly controversial software program created by Clearview AI has been used by police, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security to collect photos on social media sitesfor inclusion in a massive facial recognition database. Similarly, biometric software, which relies on one's unique identifiers (fingerprints, irises, voice prints), is becoming the standard for navigating security lines, as well as bypassing digital locks and gaining access to phones, computers, office buildings, etc. In fact, greater numbers of travelers are opting into programs that rely on their biometrics in order to avoid long waits at airport security. Scientists are also developing lasers that can identify and surveil individuals based on their heartbeats, scent and microbiome. Tracking you based on your behavior: Rapid advances in behavioral surveillance are not only making it possible for individuals to be monitored and tracked based on their patterns of movement or behavior, including gait recognition (the way one walks), but have given rise to whole industries that revolve around predicting one's behavior based on data and surveillance patterns and are also shaping the behaviors of whole populations. One smart “anti-riot” surveillance system purports to predict mass riots and unauthorized public events by using artificial intelligence to analyze social media, news sources, surveillance video feeds and public transportation data. Tracking you based on your spending and consumer activities: With every smartphone we buy, every GPS device we install, every Twitter, Facebook, and Google account we open, every frequent buyer card we use for purchases—whether at the grocer's, the yogurt shop, the airlines or the department store—and every credit and debit card we use to pay for our transactions, we're helping Corporate America build a dossier for its government counterparts on who we know, what we think, how we spend our money, and how we spend our time. Consumer surveillance, by which your activities and data in the physical and online realms are tracked and shared with advertisers, has become big business, a $300 billion industry that routinely harvests your data for profit. Corporations such as Target have not only been tracking and assessing the behavior of their customers, particularly their purchasing patterns, for years, but the retailer has also funded major surveillance in cities across the country and developed behavioral surveillance algorithms that can determine whether someone's mannerisms might fit the profile of a thief. Tracking you based on your public activities: Private corporations in conjunction with police agencies throughout the country have created a web of surveillance that encompasses all major cities in order to monitor large groups of people seamlessly, as in the case of protests and rallies. They are also engaging in extensive online surveillance, looking for any hints of “large public events, social unrest, gang communications, and criminally predicated individuals.” Defense contractors have been at the forefront of this lucrative market. Fusion centers, $330 million-a-year, information-sharing hubs for federal, state and law enforcement agencies, monitor and report such “suspicious” behavior as people buying pallets of bottled water, photographing government buildings, and applying for a pilot's license as “suspicious activity.” Tracking you based on your social media activities: Every move you make, especially on social media, is monitored, mined for data, crunched, and tabulated in order to form a picture of who you are, what makes you tick, and how best to control you when and if it becomes necessary to bring you in line. As The Intercept reported, the FBI, CIA, NSA and other government agencies are increasingly investing in and relying on corporate surveillance technologies that can mine constitutionally protected speech on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in order to identify potential extremists and predict who might engage in future acts of anti-government behavior. This obsession with social media as a form of surveillance will have some frightening consequences in coming years. As Helen A.S. Popkin, writing for NBC News, observed, “We may very well face a future where algorithms bust people en masse for referencing illegal ‘Game of Thrones' downloads… the new software has the potential to roll, Terminator-style, targeting every social media user with a shameful confession or questionable sense of humor.” Tracking you based on your phone and online activities: Cell phones have become de facto snitches, offering up a steady stream of digital location data on users' movements and travels. Police have used cell-site simulators to carry out mass surveillance of protests without the need for a warrant. Moreover, federal agents can now employ a number of hacking methods in order to gain access to your computer activities and “see” whatever you're seeing on your monitor. Malicious hacking software can also be used to remotely activate cameras and microphones, offering another means of glimpsing into the personal business of a target. Tracking you based on your social network: Not content to merely spy on individuals through their online activity, government agencies are now using surveillance technology to track one's social network, the people you might connect with by phone, text message, email or through social message, in order to ferret out possible criminals. An FBI document obtained by Rolling Stone speaks to the ease with which agents are able to access address book data from Facebook's WhatsApp and Apple's iMessage services from the accounts of targeted individuals and individuals not under investigation who might have a targeted individual within their network. What this creates is a “guilt by association” society in which we are all as guilty as the most culpable person in our address book. Tracking you based on your car: License plate readers are mass surveillance tools that can photograph over 1,800 license tag numbers per minute, take a picture of every passing license tag number and store the tag number and the date, time, and location of the picture in a searchable database, then share the data with law enforcement, fusion centers and private companies to track the movements of persons in their cars. With tens of thousands of these license plate readers now in operation throughout the country, affixed to overpasses, cop cars and throughout business sectors and residential neighborhoods, it allows police to track vehicles and run the plates through law enforcement databases for abducted children, stolen cars, missing people and wanted fugitives. Of course, the technology is not infallible: there have been numerous incidents in which police have mistakenly relied on license plate data to capture out suspects only to end up detaining innocent people at gunpoint. Tracking you based on your mail: Just about every branch of the government—from the Postal Service to the Treasury Department and every agency in between—now has its own surveillance sector, authorized to spy on the American people. For instance, the U.S. Postal Service, which has been photographing the exterior of every piece of paper mail for the past 20 years, is also spying on Americans' texts, emails and social media posts. Headed up by the Postal Service's law enforcement division, the Internet Covert Operations Program (iCOP) is reportedly using facial recognition technology, combined with fake online identities, to ferret out potential troublemakers with “inflammatory” posts. The agency claims the online surveillance, which falls outside its conventional job scope of processing and delivering paper mail, is necessary to help postal workers avoid “potentially volatile situations.” Fusion centers. Smart devices. Behavioral threat assessments. Terror watch lists. Facial recognition. Snitch tip lines. Biometric scanners. Pre-crime. DNA databases. Data mining. Precognitive technology. Contact tracing apps. What these add up to is a world in which, on any given day, the average person is now monitored, surveilled, spied on and tracked in more than 20 different ways by both government and corporate eyes and ears. Big Tech wedded to Big Government has become Big Brother. Every second of every day, the American people are being spied on by a vast network of digital Peeping Toms, electronic eavesdroppers and robotic snoops. In an age of overcriminalization, mass surveillance, and an appalling lack of protections for our privacy rights, we can all be considered guilty of some transgression or other. So you'd better watch out—you'd better not pout—you'd better not cry—‘cos I'm telling you why: this Christmas, it's the Surveillance State that's coming to town, and you're already on its naughty list. (NEXT) Vitamin D: Government Should Have Promoted to Combat Pandemic Joel S. Hirschhorn, December 06, 2021 There seems to be an endless refusal by the public health establishment to fight the pandemic with the best science-based tools.  Instead, they keep pushing vaccines. Great German research provides unequivocal medical evidence that the government should be strongly advocating two actions: 1. Take vitamin D supplements and 2. Have your blood tested for vitamin D. The title for this October 2021 journal article says it all: “COVID-19 Mortality Risk Correlates Inversely with Vitamin D3 Status, and a Mortality Rate Close to Zero Could Theoretically Be Achieved at 50 ng/mL 25(OH)D3: Results of a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.”  [25(OH)D3 refers to metabolite of the vitamin in blood] In other words, there is clear evidence that the lower your vitamin D level the greater your risk of dying from COVID infection.  Moreover, the data clearly show that you need a blood level of at least 50 ng/mL. Odds are, however, that very, very few people have been tested for their vitamin D level.  This is a situation where waiting for testing is not the prudent approach.  Vitamin D pills are pretty cheap and it is perfectly safe to take a healthy daily dose to maintain a good immune system.  I take 4,000 IUs twice daily. Here are a number of highlights from this research and other sources; the discussion is aimed at informing people with information not provided by Big Media, Big Government and Big Pharma. Vitamin D is an accurate predictor of COVID infection.  Its deficiency is just as significant, and perhaps more so, than more commonly discussed underlying medical conditions, including obesity. To be clear, there is a level of vitamin D for an effective strategy at the personal and population level to prevent or mitigate new surges and outbreaks of COVID that are related to reduced vaccine effectiveness and new variants. In the German study, fifteen other studies were cited that showed low vitamin D levels were related to cases of severe COVID infection, and seven studies that found positive results from treating ill patients with the vitamin. The German study noted: “The finding that most SARS-CoV-2 patients admitted to hospitals have vitamin D3 blood levels that are too low is unquestioned even by opponents of vitamin D supplementation.” The German study “followed 1,601 hospitalized patients, 784 who had their vitamin D levels measured within a day after admission and 817 whose vitamin D levels were known before infection.  And the researchers also analyzed the long-term average vitamin D3 levels documented for 19 countries.  The observed median vitamin D value over all collected study cohorts was 23.2 ng/mL, which is clearly too low to work effectively against COVID.” Why does this vitamin work so well?  The German study explained: A main cause of a severe reaction from COVID results from a “cytokine storm.” This refers to the body's immune system releasing too many toxic cytokines as part of the inflammatory response to the virus.  Vitamin D is a main regulator of those cells.  A low level of the vitamin means a greater risk for a cytokine storm.  This is especially pertinent for lung problems from COVID. Other studies On a par with the German study was an important US medical article from May 2021: Vitamin D and Its Potential Benefit for the COVID-19 Pandemic.  It noted: “Experimental studies have shown that vitamin D exerts several actions that are thought to be protective against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infectivity and severity.  … There are a growing number of data connecting COVID-19 infectivity and severity with vitamin D status, suggesting a potential benefit of vitamin D supplementation for primary prevention or as an adjunctive treatment of COVID-19.  … there is no downside to increasing vitamin D intake and having sensible sunlight exposure to maintain serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D at a level of least 30 ng/mL and preferably 40 to 60 ng/mL to minimize the risk of COVID-19 infection and its severity.” This confirms the German study and its finding of a critical vitamin level of 50 ng/mL. Daniel Horowitz has made this correct observation about vitamin D supplementation: “An endless stream of academic research demonstrates that not only would such an approach have worked much better than the vaccines, but rather than coming with sundry known and unknown negative side effects.“ There are now 142 studies vouching for the near-perfect correlation between higher vitamin D levels and better outcomes in COVID patients. From Israel came work that showed 25% of hospitalized COVID patients with vitamin D deficiency died compared to just 3% among those without a deficiency.  And those with a deficiency were 14 times more likely to end up with a severe or critical condition. Also from Israel, data on 1,176 patients with COVID infection admitted to the Galilee Medical Center, 253 had vitamin D levels on record and half were vitamin D-deficient.  This was the conclusion: “Among hospitalized COVID-19 patients, pre-infection deficiency of vitamin D was associated with increased disease severity and mortality.” Several studies have come from the University of Chicago.  One found that a vitamin D deficiency (less than 20 ng/ml) may raise the risk of testing positive for COVID-19, actually a 7.2% chance of testing positive for the virus.  And that more than 80% of patients diagnosed with COVID-19 were vitamin D deficient.  And Black individuals who had levels of 30 to 40 ng/ml had a 2.64 times higher risk of testing positive for COVID-19 than people with levels of 40 ng/ml or greater. On the good news side is a new study from Turkish researchers.  They focused on getting people's levels over 30 ng/mL with supplements.  At that level there was success compared to people without supplementation.  This was true even if they had comorbidities.  They were able to achieve that blood level within two weeks.  Those with no comorbidities and no vitamin D treatment had 1.9-fold increased risk of having hospitalization longer than 8 days compared with cases with both comorbidities and vitamin D treatment. (NEXT) The explosion of Covid PTSD cases is a mental health crisis in the making The Guardian, 7 Dec 2021 When the Covid-19 pandemic began, people working in the trauma field knew the psychological toll would be colossal. In the spring of 2020, I began interviewing professionals about the mental health fallout of the pandemic, specifically its impact on frontline medical staff. During the first wave, two in every five intensive care staff in England reported symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. That work continued for almost a year, during which time a second wave hit and the initial traumas were exacerbated. But it wasn't only frontline workers who were experiencing trauma symptoms: Covid has posed perhaps the biggest threat to mental health in England since the second world war. Now, at the tail end of 2021, the pandemic is still not over. The NHS forecasts that nationally, there will be 230,000 new cases of PTSD as a result of Covid-19. It is not only social care and medical staff who will be affected. Those who lost loved ones, and those who have been very ill or hospitalised (35% of Covid-19 patients who were put on a ventilator go on to experience extensive symptoms of PTSD) may also suffer. Then there are those living with the effects of domestic and sexual abuse, which may have worsened due to lockdown, and children and young people whose lives changed immeasurably due to our shift to a state of emergency. I imagine that some women whose birthing experiences were marked by the pandemic will also be experiencing symptoms. The explosion of post-traumatic stress disorder is a medical emergency, and a further strain on our creaking services. Without proper action and investment, it is a national mental health crisis in the making.

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Doc Thompson's Daily MoJo
Ep 120721: Nick Cannon's Packing & Other Weirdness

Doc Thompson's Daily MoJo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 115:59


Thanks to the whole damn team for today's show title.You look up one day, and everything seems pretty damned weird. We have the ATF, the NSA,, the CIA, the FBI, and Vaccine Mandates. And it seems like they're all closing in. How did we get here?Plus, Dan Andros ( @DanAndros Faithwire.com 4&3 Podcast ) has some good news about a fun new movie and the guys all decide together that social media isn't evil, but it helps. Plus it's day 632 of 15 days to flatten the curveYou can watch us live on Facebook (for now), Youtube, Mojo 5-0 TV, or listen live on Mojo 5-0 Radio on iHeartRadio or on our website at Mojo50.com.

Skype of  Cthulhu
753 - Extremophilla 9

Skype of Cthulhu

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021


Skype of Cthulhu presents a Delta Green Scenario. Extremophilia by Shane Ivey. March, 2018 Helena, Montana The team rushes to stop the creators of the disease but there will be a price. Dramatis Persone: Jonathan as the Handler Edwin as Agent Fedora (Beth Gravitz), FBI emergency doctor Jim as Agent Faisa (Faisa Najafi), NSA analyst Max as Agent

The Opperman Report
Buying a Bride: An Engaging History of Mail-Order Matches / L.A. Secret Police. Inside the LAPD Elite Spy Network

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 118:05


Info Buying a Bride: An Engaging History of Mail-Order Matches / L.A. Secret Police. Inside the LAPD Elite Spy Network There have always been mail-order brides in America—but we haven't always thought about them in the same ways. In Buying a Bride, Marcia A. Zug starts with the so-called “Tobacco Wives” of the Jamestown colony and moves all the way forward to today's modern same-sex mail-order grooms to explore the advantages and disadvantages of mail-order marriage. It's a history of deception, physical abuse, and failed unions. It's also the story of how mail-order marriage can offer women surprising and empowering opportunities. Drawing on a forgotten trove of colorful mail-order marriage court cases, Zug explores the many troubling legal issues that arise in mail-order marriage: domestic abuse and murder, breach of contract, fraud (especially relating to immigration), and human trafficking and prostitution. She tells the story of how mail-order marriage lost the benign reputation it enjoyed in the Civil War era to become more and more reviled over time, and she argues compellingly that it does not entirely deserve its current reputation. While it is a common misperception that women turn to mail-order marriage as a desperate last resort, most mail-order brides are enticed rather than coerced. Since the first mail-order brides arrived on American shores in 1619, mail-order marriage has enabled women to improve both their marital prospects and their legal, political, and social freedoms. Buying A Bride uncovers this history and shows us how mail-order marriage empowers women and should be protected and even encouraged. L.A. Secret Police. Inside the LAPD Elite Spy Network L.A. Secret Police. Inside the LAPD Elite Spy Network is a New York Times and Los Angeles Times Bestseller. This incredible non-fiction book rips the lid off the LAPD and exposes the reader to its dark underbelly of corruption during the reign of Chief Daryl Gates. L.A. cops ruined lives and reputations, inflicted mindless brutality, committed murder and engaged in massive cover-ups. In Los Angeles, police corruption was much more than unmarked envelopes stuffed with cash. It was a total corruption of power. For decades LAPD engaged in massive illegal spying and lied about it. Its spying targets included politicians, movie stars, professional athletes, news reporters and anyone wielding power or those of interest to Daryl Gates. Incredibly, the spying targets included a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, a Secretary of Defense, a current Governor and the President of the United States. It all happened in Los Angeles. Detective Rothmiller is the modern-day Frank Serpico; he exposed the tentacles of corruption which reached to the highest levels within the LAPD and Washington D.C. It wasn't long after that an assassin attempted to take his life. It was apparent to many that powerful forces wanted him silenced. Incredibly, in this book Detective Rothmiller names names! See why this book changed the LAPD and is required reading at many universities. As former Assistant United States Attorney Marvin Rudnick said, “Rothmiller was in a position to know. He did very sensitive work.” Every book has an ending. However, the ending of this book will shock you. Within the new epilogue is a multi-page essay written especially for this updated book by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Cay Johnston. In it he describes his personal experience as a target of Daryl Gates illegal intelligence operations while he served as a Los Angeles Times reporter. You'll also read the challenge posed by detective Rothmiller to the LAPD. A challenge LAPD has refused to answer. Since releasing this updated eBook, Detective Rothmiller has been interviewed dozens of times by the national media regarding current NSA domestic spying and the 2013 murderous rampage of former LAPD cop Christopher Dorner. In late 2013 Detective Rothmiller was interviewed for a major television documentary which will expose corruption and major crimes committed at the highest levels. The documentary is scheduled for release in 2016.

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: A House Divided

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 55:22


From May 6, 2017: Three months into the Trump presidency, where does the relationship between the President and the intelligence community stand? Donald Trump is no longer quite so regularly combative in his tweets and public comments about the various intelligence agencies, but the White House-intelligence community relationship is still far from normal under this very unusual presidency. Here to ponder the question are former NSA and CIA director General Michael Hayden, former acting and deputy director of CIA John McLaughlin, and former deputy national security advisor for combating terrorism Juan Zarate, who spoke with the Washington Post's David Ignatius in a recent event at the Aspen Institute.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The History of Computing
Clifford Stoll and the Cuckoo's Egg

The History of Computing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 11:38


A honeypot is basically a computer made to look like a sweet, yummy bit of morsel that a hacker might find yummy mcyummersons. This is the story of one of the earliest on the Internet. Clifford Stoll has been a lot of things. He was a teacher and a ham operator and appears on shows. And an engineer at a radio station. And he was an astronomer. But he's probably best known for being an accidental systems administrator at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory who setup a honeypot in 1986 and used that to catch a KGB hacker. It sounds like it could be a movie. And it was - on public television. Called “The KGB, the Computer, and Me.” And a book. Clifford Stoll was an astronomer who stayed on as a systems administrator when a grant he was working on as an astronomer ran out. Many in IT came to the industry accidentally. Especially in the 80s and 90s. Now accountants are meticulous. The monthly accounting report at the lab had never had any discrepancies. So when the lab had a 75 cent accounting error, his manager Dave Cleveland had Stoll go digging into the system to figure out what happened. And yet what he found was far more than the missing 75 cents. This was an error of time sharing systems. And the lab leased out compute time at $300 per hour. Everyone who had accessed the system had an account number to bill time to. Well, everyone except a user named hunter. They disabled the user and then got an email that one of their computers tried to break into a computer elsewhere. This is just a couple years after the movie War Games had been released. So of course this was something fun to dig your teeth into. Stoll combed through the logs and found the account that attempted to break into the computers in Maryland was a local professor named Joe Sventek, now at the University of Oregon. One who it was doubtful made the attempt because he was out town at the time. So Stoll set his computer to beep when someone logged in so he could set a trap for the person using the professors account. Every time someone connected a teletype session, or tty, Stoll checked the machine. Until Sventek connected and with that, he went to see the networking team who confirmed the connection wasn't a local terminal but had come in through one of the 50 modems through a dial-up session. There wasn't much in the form of caller ID. So Stoll had to connect a printer to each of the modems - that gave him the ability to print every command the user ran. A system had been compromised and this user was able to sudo, or elevate their privileges. UNIX System V had been released 3 years earlier and suddenly labs around the world were all running similar operating systems on their mainframes. Someone with a working knowledge of Unix internals could figure out how to do all kinds of things. Like add a program to routine housecleaning items that elevated their privileges. They could also get into the passwd file that at the time housed all the passwords and delete those that were encrypted, thus granting access without a password. And they even went so far as to come up with dictionary brute force attacks similar to a modern rainbow table to figure out passwords so they wouldn't get locked out when the user whose password was deleted called in to reset it again. Being root allowed someone to delete the shell history and given that all the labs and universities were charging time, remove any record they'd been there from the call accounting systems. So Stoll wired a pager into the system so he could run up to the lab any time the hacker connected. Turns out the hacker was using the network to move laterally into other systems, including going from what was ARPANET at the time to military systems on Milnet. The hacker used default credentials for systems and leave accounts behind so he could get back in later. Jaeger means hunter in German and those were both accounts used. So maybe they were looking for a German. Tymenet and Pacbell got involved and once they got a warrant they were able to get the phone number of the person connecting to the system. Only problem is the warrant was just for California. Stoll scanned the packet delays and determined the hacker was coming in from overseas. The hacker had come in through Mitre Corporation. After Mitre disabled the connection the hacker slipped up and came in through International Telephone and Telegraph. Now they knew he was not in the US. In fact, he was in West Germany. At the time, Germany was still divided by the Berlin Wall and was a pretty mature spot for espionage. They confirmed the accounts were indicating they were dealing with a German. Once they had the call traced to Germany they needed to keep the hacker online for an hour to trace the actual phone number because the facilities there still used mechanical switching mechanisms to connect calls. So that's where the honeypot comes into play. Stoll's girlfriend came up with the idea to make up a bunch of fake government data and host it on the system. Boom. It worked, the hacker stayed on for over an hour and they traced the number. Along the way, this hippy-esque Cliff Stoll had worked with “the Man.” Looking through the logs, the hacker was accessing information about missile systems, military secrets, members of the CIA. There was so much on these systems. So Stoll called some of the people at the CIA. The FBI and NSA were also involved and before long, German authorities arrested the hacker. Markus Hess, whose handle was Urmel, was a German hacker who we now think broke into over 400 military computers in the 80s. It wasn't just one person though. Dirk-Otto Brezinski, or DOB, Hans Hübner, or Pengo, and Karl Koch, or Pengo were also involved. And not only had they stolen secrets, but they'd sold them to The KGB using Peter Carl as a handler. Back in 1985, Koch was part of a small group of hackers who founded the Computer-Stammtisch in Hanover. That later became the Hanover chapter of the Chaos Computer Club. Hübner and Koch confessed, which gave them espionage amnesty - important in a place with so much of that going around in the 70s and 80s. He would be found burned by gasoline to death and while it was reported a suicide, that has very much been disputed - especially given that it happened shortly before the trials. DOB and Urmel received a couple years of probation for their part in the espionage, likely less of a sentence given that the investigations took time and the Berlin Wall came down the year they were sentenced. Hübner's story and interrogation is covered in a book called Cyberpunk - which tells the same story from the side of the hackers. This includes passing into East Germany with magnetic tapes, working with handlers, sex, drugs, and hacker-esque rock and roll. I think I initially read the books a decade apart but would strongly recommend reading Part II of it either immediately before or after The Cukoo's Egg. It's interesting how a bunch of kids just having fun can become something far more. Similar stories were happening all over the world - another book called The Hacker Crackdown tells of many, many of these stories. Real cyberpunk stories told by one of the great cyberpunk authors. And it continues through to the modern era, except with much larger stakes than ever. Gorbachev may have worked to dismantle some of the more dangerous aspects of these security apparatuses, but Putin has certainly worked hard to build them up. Russian-sponsored and other state-sponsored rings of hackers continue to probe the Internet, delving into every little possible hole they can find. China hacks Google in 2009, Iran hits casinos, the US hits Iranian systems to disable centrifuges, and the list goes on. You see, these kids were stealing secrets - but after the Morris Worm brought the Internet to its knees in 1988, we started to realize how powerful the networks were becoming. But it all started with 75 cents. Because when it comes to security, there's no amount or event too small to look into.

Skype of  Cthulhu
751 - Extremophilla 8

Skype of Cthulhu

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021


Skype of Cthulhu presents a Delta Green Scenario. Extremophilia by Shane Ivey. March, 2018 Helena, Montana A late night visit to a medical facility is necessary while others revisit the box. Dramatis Persone: Jonathan as the Handler Edwin as Agent Fedora (Beth Gravitz), FBI emergency doctor Jim as Agent Faisa (Faisa Najafi), NSA analyst Max as

The Business Method Podcast: High-Performance & Entrepreneurship
Ep.531 ~ The NavySEAL Mindset w/ Commander David Sears

The Business Method Podcast: High-Performance & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 68:51


For twenty years, our guest today served in the most elite special operations force in the world, the US Navy SEALs.  He is a decorated veteran, who planned, led and executed hundreds of special operations missions in more than 40 countries on 5 continents.  He was involved in some of the most significant and defining special operations missions of our time. He led the ground assault on an Iraqi paramilitary stronghold to conduct the first successful US prisoner of war rescue since WWII.  Years later, in the jungles of Colombia, he played a key role in the planning and execution of the successful rescue of US and Colombian personnel held for over 5 years in captivity by the FARC. He has briefed the Secretary of Defense, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, Director of the CIA, Director of the NSA, Director of National Intelligence, members of the National Security Council, as well as ambassadors. With twenty-plus years of tactical, operational, and strategic knowledge as a leader on the frontlines, he is now the co-founder at Xundis Global, which helps organizations and individuals increase performance, leadership, and innovation. His name is Commander David Sears and he is on the podcast today!    04:19 Who is Commander David Sears?    05:39 Being Surrounded By Elite Performers Constantly    12:14 The Beginning of Becoming a Navy Seal - What Commander Sears Was Like in His Early Years    22:09 Commander Sears' 1st Missions Into Colombia & Iraq    28:39 How to Control Emotions    32:59 A Mission That Made Commander Sears' Think Differently    41:24 Never Ending Systems that Control Us    44:14 NavySEAL Maxims    52:14 Applying the NavySEAL Mindset to Entrepreneurship 1:01:04 Commander Sears' Daily Routine & High-Performance Tips Contact Info:   https://www.dcsears.com/ Commander Sears Book: “Smarter Not Harder: 17 Navy SEAL Maxims to Elevate Critical Thinking and Prosper in Business and Life” Subscribe to the Podcast:    

CISO-Security Vendor Relationship Podcast
I've Got Zero Trust In My Understanding of Zero Trust

CISO-Security Vendor Relationship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 46:08


All links and images for this episode can be found on CISO Series Don't look at me to explain zero trust to you, because I'm just as confused. I've heard plenty of definitions, and they all sound good. I just don't know which one is right, or maybe they're all right. This week's episode of CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Podcast was recorded in front of a live audience at KeyConf at the City Winery in New York City. My guest co-host for this special episode is JJ Agha, CISO, Compass. Joining us on stage were a host of guests, Admiral Rogers, former NSA director and Commander US Cyber Command, Oded Hareven, CEO and co-founder, Akeyless, and Dr. Zero Trust, Chase Cunningham (@cynjaChaseC). Thanks to our podcast sponsor, Akeyless As organizations embrace automation, they must control their secrets sprawl. Security teams must enable the transition with centralized access to secrets, and consistent policies to limit risk and maintain compliance. Akeyless provides a unified, SaaS based solution for Secrets Management, Secure Remote Access, and Data Protection. More about Akeyless In this episode: Is zero trust easy for organizations to deploy and control? Are we taking zero trust too far? Does it help to have more eyes on the problem? What are the problems with secure remote access that we're still struggling with?

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1798: Dr. Chase Cunningham, CSO of Ericom Software

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 16:18


Dr. Chase Cunningham, CSO of Ericom Software released a techno-thriller book during Cyber Awareness Month titled "C:>_gAbrIel." This book draws on Chase's real-world experience as a technologist and how cyber warfare, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence (AI) can be leveraged by bad actors.  Although fiction, the information in this book offers a glimpse at what can potentially happen in the future if these technologies remain unchecked. Chase's background includes interacting with national security and intelligence communities, countering cybercriminal actions, and building and deploying secure systems to counter malicious cyber threats. About Chase Dr. Chase Cunningham primarily guides client initiatives related to security operations center (SOC) planning and optimization, counter-threat operations, encryption, network security, and strategic concepts and implementation. In addition, he helps senior technology executives with their plans to leverage comprehensive security controls and the use of a variety of standards, frameworks, and tools to enable secure business operations.  Chase has served as a director of cyber threat intelligence operations at Armor. He was the computer network exploitation lead for Telecommunication Systems and the chief of cyber analytics for Decisive Analytics. Dr. Cunningham is also a retired U.S. Navy Chief with more than 20 years' experience in cyber forensic and cyber analytic operations. He has past operations experience, stemming from time spent in work centers within the NSA, CIA, FBI, and other government agencies. 

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Nov. 28, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "Billy Gatekeeper, GMO Crop World Feeder, Philanthropy Prancer for Rising Cancer" *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - June 10, 2010 (Exempting Music an

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 41:27


--{ "Billy Gatekeeper, GMO Crop World Feeder, Philanthropy Prancer for Rising Cancer: Who Put the Gatekeeper in Charge of World Food, And the Well-known Associates in Foundation Brood, Billy Boy Seems Bent on Being Satisfied When All Crops and People are Modified, Wants Us Healthy but Sterile, Wants Depopulation, His Love-Hate Relationship Causes Consternation, With Ties to CIA, NSA, Pharma, World Bank, Killed Off by Elite, We've Got Charity to Thank, There's a Massive Outfit, Billy is Not Alone, Gathering Everyone's Data, By PC and Phone, Total Information Network Collecting from Collective, Now Feeding the World, Doesn't Take a Detective, That a Glance through History, Teaches the Lesson From Times Ancient, Food's Used as a Weapon, Big Boys via Supermarkets Decide what You're Eating, Billy, Monsanto, Food War Inc. Gives Your Genes a Beating"© Alan Watt}-- Original Broadcast June 10, 2010 - Debtors' Prison - Abortion by Videolink - Pesticide-Soaked GM Food and Contaminated Inoculations, Sterilization/Depopulation Agenda - Foundation Network Running the World - Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation - Canada, GM Corn in Hen Feed, Food not listed as GMO - "Philanthropists" Shaping Global Society - Corporate "Watchdog" Front Groups, "Grassroots" PR Campaigns - Microsoft CIA-Pentagon-Defense Connections - Completely Intertwined Foundation-Corporation-Banking-Military Establishment - Parallel Government - Biotechnology/GM Food Mandate and Green Revolution - "Aid" for Africa - Kissinger Memorandum - Food Used as a Weapon - Modified Rice to Reduce Sperm Count - Malthusian Agricultural Organizations and Agri-Business, World Bank/UN - Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright and Gates Sr. - Monsanto Terminator Seed. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - June 10, 2010 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

David Feldman Show
Biden's Tanks Giving With War Profiteer David Rubenstein, Episode 1294

David Feldman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 417:16


David Rubenstein, founder of The Carlyle Group, is said to be the single largest war profiteer in the world. Why is President Biden and his family of grifters spending Thanksgiving weekend staying inside Rubenstein's $30 million dollar Nantucket estate? What exactly is The Carlyle Group? Does Biden even know that the Bin Laden family was one of the The Carlyle Group's earliest investors? Along with the Bush family? Why does a war profiteer like David Rubenstein chair the Council on Foreign Relations, or The Kennedy Center for The Performing Arts? David Rubenstein donates fifteen million dollars to Ken Burns and millions more to the PBS and then mysteriously ends up with his own television show on the PBS. How is that ethical? Why do so few people know where Rubenstein's blood money comes from? Why is the The Carlyle Group allowed to play the stock market while at the same time own NSA and CIA contractor Booz Allen? Why does a private investor like David Rubenstein have access to our government's intelligence agencies? It's a Feldsgiving celebration! Turkey-optional. Genocidal colonial history- acknowledged. Tonight we give thanks for our guests' intellectual bounty. Like the early Euro-American colonists, David arrives on the shores of tonight's taping without any resources. Will he find people naïve and generous enough to offer their talents, not realizing he'll suck them dry and leave them with nothing? Audience questions, our friendly neighborhood Canadians, and any Americans who don't have something better to do round out tonight's Feldsgiving lineup. Guests With Time Codes: (3:20) David Does the News (1:54:27) The Herschenfelds: Dr. Philip Herschenfeld (Freudian psychoanalyst), and Ethan Herschenfeld (his new comedy special "Thug, Thug Jew" is streaming on YouTube) (2:29:52) Emil Guillermo (host of the PETA Podcast, and columnist for The Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund) (3:05:18) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (Americans United for Separation of Church and State) (4:10:11) The Professors And Mary Anne: Professors Adnan Husain, Ann Li, and Jonathan Bick (5:09:17) Professor Harvey J. Kaye ("FDR on Democracy") and Alan Minsky (executive director of Progressive Democrats of America) (6:13:00) Henry Hakamaki returns! From Russia!!!

RX'D RADIO
E245: The One That Was Suppose To Be About Nutrition

RX'D RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 53:33


Head honchos Dr. Jordan Jiunta and Dr. Jordan Shallow are back this week on RX'D Radio! Initially starting off covering their approaches to nutrition and how Jiunta manages his bodyweight for competition - inevitably, we end up sidetracked. Truth versus facts, the COVID war of the vaccinated, the belief of choice, and the NSA woman who saved over 16 million dick pics - we bring you the captains of team Pre-Script for our favorite banter. For other strength training, health, and injury prevention resources, check out our website, YouTube channel, and Instagram.  For more episodes, subscribe and tune in to our podcast. Also, make sure to sign up to our mailing list at www.pre-script.com to get the first updates on new programming releases. You can also follow Dr. Jordan Shallow and Dr. Jordan Jiunta on Instagram!

The John Batchelor Show
1794: 1a/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 13:32


Photo: 2017 Russian stamp of Russia: 100 years of state security agencies. @Batchelorshow 1a/12: #DurhamReporting: Is the state security apparatus (FSB, SVR, GRU, FBI, CIA, NSA) to be trusted? Svetlana Lokhova. @RealSLokhova #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/articles/on-russiagate-durham-indicts-the-press-too-hoax-media-indictment-11636141080 https://int.nyt.com/data/documenttools/igor-danchenko-indictment/2295d0f34ade0528/full.pdf

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: The Case For and Against a FISA Advocate

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 61:17


From June 14, 2014: At the 2014 Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference, a panel of experts debated the pros and cons of adding outside lawyers to litigation before two tribunals at the heart of the NSA surveillance controversy: the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court ("FISC") and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review ("FISCR"). As is well known, proceedings at those courts generally are held in secret and ex parte, with only the government arguing its position. But, in the wake of the Snowden revelations, many have called for reform, and for greater participation by non-government attorneys.The group was comprised of panelists Marc Zwillinger, an attorney with experience in surveillance matters; Alex Abdo of the American Civil Liberties Union; and Amie Stepanovich, of Access. Lawfare's Steve Vladeck moderated the discussion, which closely examined the question of whether, and how, to add more adversarial process to FISC and FISCR proceedings.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.