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283 – Legal Obligations of Counsellors Idiosyncratic Empathy – Being a Placement Manager In Episode 283 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly take us through this week's three topics: Firstly in ‘Student Services', we look at idiosyncratic empathy. Then in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice', Rory and Ken discuss the legal … 283 – Legal Obligations of Counsellors Read More »
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A listener asks Father Dave about watching live streamed Masses online. Cara says, “Since COVID, I have been to an in-person Mass a handful of times, preferring to attend online. I especially enjoy the Masses from St. Paul the Apostle. The music and sermons inspire me spiritually. How is this viewed? Should I be making more of an effort to go to Mass in person?”
Roel Gevaers, Professor in Last Mile Logistics and Supply Chain, University of Antwerp, discusses new Belgian legislation targeting last mile parcel delivery. Definition of parcel delivery companies under the new law Obligations on delivery companies Minimum payment rates Intention behind this legislation Past scandals in Belgian parcel delivery Pay rates and social security payments Lack of oversight in delivery sector Complexity in the new legislation Returns seem to be exempt from the regulations Application to international companies delivering in Belgium Increasing compliance costs for delivery operators Huge administrative burden on small companies Last mile costs Out-of-home delivery The political cycle What will happen if other countries follow Belgium's lead?
(00:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the hour with X's and Zo's where Zo talks about Mike Gesicki and how he claims he ran the wrong route when Mac Jones missed the throw. (11:29) The team discusses the Patriots and how there is an obligation to let Bill Belichick go because you cannot bring back a coach that started the season 2-9. (22:48) Read And React. (35:51) We finish the hour with thoughts on who made the decision to draft Mac Jones and more on the Patriots issues this season.
Justin Hibbard continues the series on Catholic ethos by addressing the Catholic concept of a “Holy Day of Obligation.” What is a holy day of obligation, and how are Catholics required to observe it? More importantly, what is the purpose of a holy day of obligation, and how can Catholics approach these days with a mature Christian mindset?Subscribe to Why Catholic? wherever you get your podcasts.Check out the Why Catholic Etsy shop (all proceeds support this podcast).Become a free subscriber or a patron of Why Catholic? and get the next episode and a discount code to the Why Catholic Etsy shop in your email inbox.Follow Why Catholic on Instagram.Subscribe to Why Catholic on YouTubeSHOW NOTES: * Canon 1246 - Sundays & Holy Days of Obligation* Jesuitical - When Catholic Doctrine can Change - and When It Can't Get full access to Why Catholic? at whycatholic.substack.com/subscribe
11/22/23 7am CT Hour - Rev Canon Matthew Talarico/ Dave Durand Glen and Sarah chat Thanksgiving table talk, cranberries and shopping. Canon Talarico breaks down the Solemnity of Christ the King and why we have this feast as the last Sunday in ordinary time before Advent. Dave talks obligations and mentions the 5 leaders can do to be successful and make their employees feel appreciated and safe.
Marie Cœurderoy, journaliste BFM Business, Olivier Janoray, avocat associé chez Arsene, et Marion Chapel-Massot, dirigeante de DeCarion Gestion Privée et enseignante à l'AUREP, étaient les invités de Lorraine Goumot dans Tout pour investir, ce mardi 21 novembre. Ils sont revenus sur l'impact du projet de loi de finance sur la location meublé et de la pérennité du régime actuel, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
In this insightful episode of Dr. Friday Tax Tips - One Minute Moment, Dr. Friday, the renowned president of Dr. Friday's Tax and Financial firm, delves into the tax implications for young entrepreneurs, particularly focusing on newspaper carriers. A listener inquires if the income earned by their son as a newspaper carrier is subject to Social Security and Medicare taxes and whether filing a Schedule C is necessary. Dr. Friday reflects on her own experiences as a youth, undertaking similar jobs, and offers expert advice. She clarifies that earning over $600 classifies one as self-employed, necessitating proper income reporting on Schedule C. The episode is not just informative for parents of young workers but also enlightening for anyone employing or engaging with young entrepreneurs. For personalized guidance, Dr. Friday encourages reaching out to her office. Plus, don't miss the opportunity to catch Dr. Friday's live call-in show every Saturday afternoon for more tax insights. Transcript G'day, I'm Dr. Friday, president of Dr. Friday's Tax and Financial firm. To get more info go to www.drfriday.com. This is a one-minute moment. I think this is always a great question. It says, my son is a newspaper carrier. I would like to know if his income is subjected to Social Security and Medicare and if he needs to file a Schedule C. And that's a great question because I don't know about a lot of people, but I did grass cutting as a kid. I did newspaper delivery and I really don't know what my parents did in those days. But I will tell you, if this person makes more than $600, they are considered self-employed. And so you might want to make sure that that income is being reported properly and it would be on a Schedule C. If you need help determining this, 615-367-0819. You can catch the Dr. Friday call-in show live every Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 p.m. right here on 99.7 WTN.
Today, we are reading from the Sixth Mansion, Chapter Eight, numbers 7-12. Topics are: 7. Consciousness of the presence of the Saints. 8. Obligations resulting from this grace. 9. Signs that this favor is genuine. 10. A confessor should be consulted. 11. Our Lord will enlighten our advisers. 12. Cautions about this vision.
Branle-bas de combat à Bouaké avant la CAN. Les hôtels se préparent à recevoir les supporters, sans pour autant réussir à anticiper leur affluence. Les gérants de maquis sont appelés à assister à des réunions publiques concernant l'hygiène et la mise en place de nouvelles taxes. La cité CAN à Bouaké, construite spécialement pour la coupe d'Afrique, ne satisfait les délégations des équipes du groupe D. Des flammes dansent sous les écailles d'une dizaine de poissons piqués. Nous sommes dans le quartier « poulet chaud », au centre de Bouaké. Renommé ainsi pour ses multiples restaurants de plein air. Un quartier où, à coup sûr, les supporters venus pour la CAN iront s'enjailler. Par conséquent, les autorités surveillent les commerçants en amont de la compétition, raconte Félix Sibabi, gérant du Tontonwa.« On se sent mis sous une pression trop forte, j'ai déjà participé à trois réunions. Notre secteur est sous contrôle des différents ministères de l'État, donc on nous dit d'être en règle, il faut être une bonne visibilité pour l'État. Et si tu n'es pas dans les normes, tu vas devoir fermer, ça, c'est clair », déplore-t-il.Obligation de posséder un frigo pour conserver le poisson, et d'avoir un système d'évacuation des eaux usées, par exemple. Des règles que le Tontonwa observe déjà et accepte. Le gérant se dit davantage surpris par l'instauration d'une nouvelle taxe sur les consommations.« La CAN s'approche, mais il y a tout un tas de choses qui ne concernent pas directement la CAN, comme les impôts. On paie déjà des taxes aux impôts, impôts sur les taxes qu'on va délivrer aux clients. À chaque facture, tu devras prélever 100 francs pour l'État », explique Félix Sibabi.Problèmes logistiquesDans ce quartier, les vendeurs ambulants, non enregistrés, seront également priés de plier boutique.Autre point sensible, à deux mois de la compétition, l'accueil des équipes : l'Algérie a déjà annoncé son intention de ne pas résider dans la cité CAN, construite spécialement pour l'occasion, mais jugée trop petite et inadaptée. Les autres délégations, Burkina Faso, Angola et Mauritanie s'interrogent. Mais auront-elles le choix ? Bouaké comprend 240 hôtels et 3542 chambres disponibles, mais très peu ont la capacité de recevoir une délégation de 50 personnes. Et parmi ceux qui le pourraient, certains y rechignent, comme l'Hôtel Mon Afrik. « Logistiquement parlant, c'est aussi très compliqué de recevoir une équipe, bien que financièrement parlant, c'est plus avantageux. Mais pour un événement de cette ampleur, nous, on est plus intéressés de recevoir des supporters, des gens qui viennent voir les matchs », précise Marushka Prochazka, la directrice de l'hôtel.À Bouaké, un nouvel hôtel de 40 chambres est en construction, tandis que l'Hôtel du Stade, en pleine réfection, devrait accueillir l'équipe d'Algérie. Ailleurs, comme ici à l'Hôtel de l'Art, on s'active pour finaliser les travaux à temps.À lire aussiÉliminatoires Mondial 2026: La Côte d'Ivoire, le Cameroun, la Tunisie et le Mali tiennent leur rang
Rav Abraham Palachi (son of the famous Rav Haim Palachi of Izmir, Turkey) was once asked why the Sages did not enact a Beracha to be recited before eating bread on Shabbat. On Pesah, for example, when we have an obligation eat Masa, we recite the Beracha "Asher Kideshanu Be'misvotav Ve'sivanu Al Achilat Masa" before we eat Masa. We would therefore expect that, on Shabbat, when we are required to eat bread, we should likewise recite a Beracha "Asher Kideshanu Be'misvotav Ve'sivanu Le'echol Pat Be'Shabbat," or something to that effect. Yet, no such Beracha was enacted. Rav Abraham was asked to explain the difference between eating Masa on Pesah – which is preceded by a Beracha – and eating bread on Shabbat, which is not introduced with a Beracha. Rav Abraham responded, surprisingly enough, by denying the entire basis of the question. He claimed that there is no obligation at all to eat bread on Shabbat. Halacha forbids fasting on Shabbat, but there is no strict obligation to eat bread. The later Halachic authorities strongly dispute Rav Abraham's response. The requirement to eat bread on Shabbat is well-documented in the writings of the Rishonim (Medieval scholars), and in fact appears explicitly in the commentary of the Rashba (Rabbi Shelomo Ben Aderet of Barcelona, 1235-1310). The Shulhan Aruch also codifies this obligation. What makes Rav Abraham's comments especially baffling is the fact that his father, Rav Haim Palachi, writes in this Kaf Ha'haim that eating bread on Shabbat constitutes a Torah obligation. Thus, notwithstanding the question of why we do not recite a Beracha before eating bread on Shabbat, the clear consensus among the Halachic authorities is that one is obligated to eat at least two meals with bread on Shabbat. When it comes to Se'uda Shelishit, the third meal, it is certainly preferable to eat bread, but many authorities rule that it suffices to eat Mezonot food or fruit for Se'uda Shelishit. For the first two Shabbat meals, however, one is strictly obligated to eat bread. It should be noted that one must eat at these meals at least 1 oz. of bread, and preferably 2 oz. Many people take just a few small bites of Halla at the Shabbat meal, and do not ensure to eat the proper quantity. They not only fail to fulfill the obligation of eating bread on Shabbat – which, as we saw, is considered by some as a Torah obligation – but they also end up eating less than the amount requiring Birkat Hamazon. Thus, when they recite Birkat Hamazon, all the Berachot are considered "Berachot Le'batala" (Berachot recited in vain, which is a grave transgression). Since eating the first two bread meals on Shabbat is a Halachic obligation, one who forgets "Reseh Ve'hahalisenu" in Birkat Hamazon after one of these two meals must repeat Birkat Hamazon. Halacha establishes that whenever a meal is obligatory, one must repeat Birkat Hamazon if he forgets to say the required inserted text, and this rule would apply to the first two meals of Shabbat. The Gemara in Masechet Berachot (49) writes that if a person forgot to recite "Reseh" but remembered just after he recited "Boneh Yerushalayim," before beginning the next Beracha, then he recites a special Beracha, "Baruch Ata…Asher Natan Shabbatot …Baruch Ata Hashem Mekadesh Ha'Shabbat." (The full text appears in many Siddurim.) If, however, one did not realize his mistake until he began the next Beracha, then he must return to the beginning of Birkat Hamazon. This applies only to the first two Shabbat meals. When it comes to Se'uda Shelishit, which, as mentioned, does not require bread according to some authorities, one who forgets "Reseh" does not repeat Birkat Hamazon. Similarly, Tosafot write that if a person eats a fourth meal on Shabbat and forgets "Reseh" in Birkat Hamazon after that meal, he does not repeat Birkat Hamazon, since that meal was not required by Halacha. (See also "If one Forgot to Add Ritze Ve'hachalitzenu in Birkat Hamazon on Shabbat" dated 5/29/06, and "One Who Forgot to Add Reseh in Birkat Hamazon on Shabbat" dated 7/15/09.) Summary: One is obligated to eat bread with at least two meals on Shabbat, and preferably with the third meal, as well. One who forgot to add "Reseh" in Birkat Hamazon after one of the first two Shabbat meals must repeat Birkat Hamazon; he does not repeat Birkat Hamazon if this occurred at another Shabbat meal.
We discuss whether having a second dishwasher is elitist, what That Guy Jason has declared Nick this week, and if Nick is a out of order for signing Jason up to bring milk to the Waterloo Media Thanksgiving pot luck.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Feeling obligated has an intense energy; when positive, it feels great. When it is an obligation not in alignment with you, it feels heavy and constricting. We can shift that energy or tap into courage and grace and say no. Guided Imagery to cut cords to cut cords and invoke pure positive energy light
Maître Moser nous rappelle que les banques doivent se plier à la jurisprudence qui leur indique de prendre en charge des chèques perdus, détournés, ou falsifiés. La Cour de cassation précise qu'en cas de falsification grossière d'un de vos chèques, vous devez être remboursé par votre banque. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.
Do you do things because you feel pressured by society, family, or friends? Do you feel like you have to hide your true self from some people? What if you could just be yourself at all times? In this episode, Danny and Randy discuss how to live authentically.Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel! Thanks for listening! Do you have a question you'd like us to answer in a future episode? If so, send your question to: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Good Guest: Daniel Nayeri on the Obligations of a StorytellerOn Today's Show "Don't follow your dreams if that's the only thing you're doing. Ask yourself, what will make you most useful? What will make you most, in terms of a purpose, help you do meaningful work?” - Daniel Nayeri You want Daniel Nayeri at your dinner party. Always with a story or an insightful question, it turns out he is also the person you want on your podcast! The Iranian-American author of the Printz Award-winning “Everything Sad is Untrue,” and the more recent “The Many Assassinations of Samir, Seller of Dreams,” offered up fresh conversation and a good deal of humor. As a writer, Daniel Nayeri is deeply aware of the impact his writing has on readers. As he noted in our conversation, there is perhaps no more intimate power than becoming the dialogue in one's head. And Daniel feels strongly about using that power to have a positive impact on those who read his words. Part of his purpose, or obligation, he believes, is to “remystify the world.” Just wait until we talk about why cherries grow in pairs! In this episode, Daniel explains what he means by remystifying the world, talks about the roadside storyteller that initiated his storytelling journey, and shares his views on purpose (why he takes his so seriously). From his life-changing experience with the Junior Great Books program in elementary school to his current film and book projects, Daniel delves deep into his role as storyteller. ***Connect with Jordan and The Reading Culture @thereadingculturepod and subscribe to our newsletter at thereadingculturepod.com/newsletter. ***In Daniel's reading challenge, "Wise Shorts" he keeps our work and life load in mind offering a curated selection of short stories, reminding us that even the smallest things can have a major impact.You can find his list and all past reading challenges at thereadingculturepod.com.Today's Beanstack Featured Librarian is Nikki Hayter, Library Manager at Franklin Avenue Library in Des Moines, Iowa. Nikki tells us about a program that highlights the deep impact libraries have on communities.ContentsChapter 1 - The Ferris Wheel and The Storyteller (2:15)Chapter 2 - A Retired Conan the Barbarian (6:43)Chapter 3 - Alberic The Wise (11:30)Chapter 4 - Remystifying the world (7:18)Chapter 5 - You get a memoir! And you get a memoir! And… (25:25)Chapter 6 - How to be interesting (28:20)Chapter 7 - Wise Shorts (33:31)Chapter 8 - Beanstack Featured Librarian (34:32)Links The Reading Culture Daniel Nayeri Alberic the Wise by Norton Juster | Goodreads The Reading Culture on Instagram (for giveaways and bonus content) Beanstack resources to build your community's reading culture Host: Jordan Lloyd BookeyProducer: Jackie Lamport and Lower Street MediaScript Editors: Josia Lamberto-Egan, Jackie Lamport, Jordan Lloyd Bookey
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In this week's conversation, Somer + Michelle do a deep dive into big spending (if you're listening in real time, just in time for the Black Friday + Cyber Monday crazy!) Listen in if you need reminders on: the difference between genuine generosity and pressure-driven obligation guilt-free missing out practical tips for protecting your joy The 2024 3 STEP PLANNER is here! The SWHW Patreon Order The She Works His Way Book (To get the full picture of who we are and who you are in Christ!) Become a Donor Take what you need... 00:59 Discussion on Big Spending 01:39 Reminiscing About Podcast Beginnings 02:24 Black Friday Experiences 07:26 The Pressure of Holiday Spending 07:36 Generosity vs Obligation in Gift Giving 16:49 The Pressure of Gift Giving for Kids 18:06 Setting Boundaries with Family 19:31 The Joy of Christmas and Family Traditions 20:58 The Role of Parents and Grandparents in Gift Giving 22:19 The Obligation of Gifts and Time 24:19 Creating Healthy Rhythms for the Holiday Season 24:37 The Pressure of Participating in All Events 31:48 The Importance of Advent
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In the final hour of the show, The Killer B's talk about not trusting what Dana Brown says, grading the Texans rookies for the season so far and the car wreck of the day segment
Obligation to cry out to Hashem; Reasons for fasting; independence vs communal fasting
Dr. Burge received his Ph.D. in New Testament from Aberdeen University (Scotland) and has taught at King College (Tennessee), Northpark University (Illinois), Wheaton College (Illinois), and Calvain Theological Seminary (Michigan). He's the author of many books including two on the theology of the land promise: Jesus and the Land and Whose Land? Whose Promise? In this podcast conversation, we wrestle with the question: Do Chrisitans have a thoelogical obligation to support the modern state of Israel?
Friday November 3, 2023 Rabi al-Thani 19, 1445 The seventh and final episode of the final module in the Fard 'Ayn program -- covering miscellaneous issues that are obligatory for Muslims to know -- discusses two communal obligations (Fard Kifaya) that are often upgraded to individual obligations: 'Enjoining the good and forbidding the evil' (al-Amr bil-Ma'ruf wa al-Nahi 'an al-Munkar) -- when it is obligatory and what are its conditions -- and the divine mandate of Da'wa, or inviting other people to Allah. Checkout the webpage for the course: http://mccgp.org/fard-ayn-certificate-course.html The slides and notes for this class are available at: https://tinyurl.com/mtkk33y5 Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtube.com/live/rm6Hkv6VzN0 Donate to support this and other programming at MCCGP: http://mccgp.org/donate
Mother Miriam Live - November 2, 2023 The Feast of All Souls and praying for the souls in purgatory How to have a Catholic Halloween Why can Eastern Rite Catholic priests marry? Does the "regular" Catholic church look down upon this practice in any way? What are some good ways to live out the Liturgical Year in our everyday lives besides going to daily Mass or at least some of the big feasts that aren't Holy Days of Obligation? Do you have any favorite customs that help keep the liturgical year and Church calendar in our hearts and minds? What is the best way to prepare ourselves for Advent? A powerful testimony from a listener of the show
A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Today is a Holy Day of Obligation. Make sure to go to Mass today to celebrate the Solemnity of All Saints. Pope Francis' prayer intention of the month of November is for himself — the pope. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255877/this-is-pope-francis-prayer-intention-for-the-month-of-november The US bishops recently renewed their call for peace in the Holy Land as the Israel-Hamas war moves toward its second month and the casualties of the conflict continue to grow. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255874/us-bishops-renew-call-for-peace-in-the-holy-land The Vatican's Dicastery for the Clergy has agreed to review the mergers of two Archdiocese of Saint Louis parishes, which Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski had decreed in May as part of a major pastoral planning initiative affecting parishes and priests in the archdiocese. Rozanski received correspondence this week informing him that the dicastery has accepted petitions for recourse against decrees related to two parishes: Saint Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist Parish in Saint Louis, and Saints Philip and James Parish in River aux Vases, Missouri. Saint Elizabeth and Saints Philip and James were just two of several parishes with parishioners who sought recourse from the Vatican against Rozanski's decrees, beginning this summer. There is no specific timeline for the Vatican's review of the decrees, but a decision could take several months, the archdiocese said. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255876/vatican-agrees-to-review-the-closures-of-two-st-louis-parishes-amid-archdiocesan-restructuring A judge in Kansas this week blocked several state-level pro-life laws there, claiming the measures are prohibited by the state's constitution. District Judge K Christopher Jayaram said in his Monday ruling that portions of the “Woman's Right to Know” Act and the state Medication Abortion “Reversal” Amendment would be subject to temporary injunctions pending a trial in June 2024 on the merits of a lawsuit against the state filed by Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers. The group Kansans for Life said the judge's ruling left Kansas women “even more vulnerable to a predatory abortion industry.” The state suffered a pro-life defeat last year when a pro-life ballot initiative to reverse the 2019 court ruling by amending the state's constitution was defeated by a wide margin. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255879/kansas-judge-blocks-several-state-pro-life-laws-ahead-of-2024-trial Today, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of All Saints. It was instituted to honor all of the saints, both known and unknown, and, according to Pope Urban IV, to supply any deficiencies in the faithful's celebration of saints' feasts during the year. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/all-saints-day-40
Violent mob storms Russian airport “looking for Jews” (00:24) Carla (04:35) - Why did God create us if He knows some of us we are going to hell? Prince - Is it possible to be aware of your actions while you are possessed? Judith - Can you go to a Vigil Mass in order to fulfil a Holy Day of Obligation? John - What are your thoughts on the Great Adventure Bible by Ascension Press? Brian - I have had a lot of physical pain in my life. The reason God created us is so we could learn to love. Peter - What is the dating system that they use in Maccabees? Bill - One of the requirements for consecration is the priest needs to have the intent to consecrate. What if priest does not have the intention in theory? Kevin (36:25) - Can a Plenary Indulgence be applied to multiple people? Jimmy - I had a vasectomy 11 years ago but regretted it and got a reversal. Now I tell anyone thinking of getting one not to get a vasectomy. Chris - Why can a priest consecrate the Eucharist in mortal sin but we can't receive the Eucharist in mortal sin? Bob - If a priest finds himself in the state of mortal sin and needs to say Mass does he have to receive the Eucharist in the state of mortal sin? Pat - Why didn't we use the bible in school at Catholic School when I was growing up?
I had a wife ask, "Sex should be a gift given freely, and if I don't have veto power, am I really giving freely?" This is my response in light of 1 Corinthians 7:4-5 and the role model Jesus was for us dying on the cross.
Why are Catholics obligated to attend Mass every Sunday? The Catechism teaches us today about the centrality of the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist in the life of the Church. Fr. Mike emphasizes that Sunday Mass is at the heart of our worship because it is the participation in the representation of the Paschal Mystery. He invites us to honor the Sunday obligation out of love for Jesus. Today's readings are Catechism paragraphs 2177-2183. This episode has been found to be in conformity with the Catechism by the Institute on the Catechism, under the Subcommittee on the Catechism, USCCB. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/ciy Please note: The Catechism of the Catholic Church contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
In her very first episode, Karol discusses a viral video on TikTok that portrays marriage and family life negatively. She questions whether it is anti-marriage propaganda from China and shares her thoughts on the clip. Later, she introduces her guest, Buck Sexton, and they discuss their backgrounds and careers. They also talk about the challenges of writing books, societal pressure to get married young, self-obsession in society, and the importance of protecting one's time. Email Karol your questions at KarolMarkowiczShow@gmail.com. The Karol Markowicz Show is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday & Thursday.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.