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    Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
    Ep 638 | The Suspicious '10-Year-Old Who Needs an Abortion' Story

    Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 36:41


    Today we're covering a few stories going around the news, starting with viral allegations that there is a pregnant 10-year-old girl in Ohio who needs an abortion. We go over all the red flags with this story that have us questioning whether it's true. Then, we talk about "One Tree Hill's" Hilarie Burton trying to jump on the bandwagon of women who have had abortions ... despite not actually having had one. Lastly, we discuss the controversy surrounding Jordan Peterson and Ellen/Elliot Page, as now both Peterson and Dave Rubin have been nuked from Twitter for not following its ridiculous rules about "deadnaming." ---- Timecodes: (0:00) Introduction (4:13) A 10-yr-old girl was denied an abortion in Ohio? Or is this completely made up, in order to create fear & hysteria? (19:20) 'One Tree Hill' actress didn't have an abortion, despite saying she did (29:00) Jordan Peterson & Dave Rubin kicked off Twitter for 'deadnaming' Ellen/Elliott Page (34:10) Whoa, Macy Gray speaks some truth about gender --- Today's Sponsors: Good Ranchers delivers a 100% American meat experience to your door. Go to GoodRanchers.com/ALLIE & use promo code 'ALLIE' to save $30 on your order, plus get free express shipping! Carly Jean Los Angeles gives you the resources to feel amazing everyday whether you're a mom at home, a student, a young professional, or a grandmother! Go to CarlyJeanLosAngeles.com & use new promo code 'ALLIEBASIC' to save 20% off your first order. HealthyCell is a new type of dietary supplement - one that will absorb into your body far better! Go to HealthyCell.com/ALLIE & use promo code 'ALLIE' at checkout to save 20% off your first order. --- Show Links: Journalist Megan Fox's Twitter thread about the sus '10-year-old-who-needs-an-abortion' story: https://bit.ly/3P5KCPB The Hollywood Reporter: "Hollywood Stars Share Their Abortion Stories in Wake of Roe v. Wade Reversal" https://bit.ly/3NM2mOT --- Previous Episodes Mentioned: Ep 634: Ectopic Pregnancy Myths & Evangelical Silence on Roe https://apple.co/3ao5wLe Ep 633: GOODBYE, ROE V. WADE https://apple.co/3nJUZwS Ep 615: How to Respond to Pro-Abortion Propaganda & Vitriol | Guest: Alison Centofante https://apple.co/3aiGjll Ep 590: Democrats Are Now Openly Pro-Infanticide https://apple.co/3amQR2O --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise- use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Cincinnati Edition
    The legal landscape and digital privacy concerns post-Roe

    Cincinnati Edition

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 48:14


    Experts weigh in on Ohio and Kentucky abortion laws, plus digital privacy concerns after the Dobbs decision.

    Elitefts Table Talk podcast
    125 - JM Blakley The Meditative Meathead

    Elitefts Table Talk podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 172:05


    Support the Podcast Here In this 125th podcast episode of Dave Tate's Table Talk, JM Blakley takes a seat. JM Blakley is widely known for being the namesake of the JM Press and breaking numerous bench press world records. He holds multiple degrees—a MA in Strength and Athletic Conditioning and a Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology and Metaphysical Sciences. JM accredits "a mastery of the basics" as the ultimate driving force behind human achievement. His coaching philosophy borrows the idea that anyone can use the basics to achieve greatness. About the Host Dave Tate is the founder and co-owner of elitefts.com. He is the author of twenty books and has logged more than 40,000 hours of training and consulting. Dave is married to elitefts co-owner Traci Arnold-Tate, and they reside in London, Ohio, with their two sons. Personal Credo: Live, Learn, Pass on™. Sponsors Marek Health Marek Health is the telehealth platform that connects customers to partnered providers focusing on hormone optimization and preventative medicine—offering self-service labs at great prices and guided optimization. Build your custom panel or a preexisting panel at marekhealth.com. Visit Marek Health to order a comprehensive panel, lab analysis, and optimization, plus 10% off your first order when you use code "Tabletalk" (one word) at check-out. marekhealth.comIG @marekhealth Coaches Corner U Coaches Corner U builds the best coaches in the industry. Their online platform provides the knowledge you need to run an evidence-based practice and get the most out of your clients. Coaches Corner U teaches subjects such as human movement, nutrition, periodization, fitness business, mental conditioning, and research reviews and provides real-world case studies on applying that information in the field. On July 18th, Coaches Corner U is launching its Certification Course cohort. This course will help you take your training and nutrition knowledge to the next level with 8 modules, over 10 hours of lectures, and weekly live collaborative labs. Graduates will earn 2.0 CEU's towards their NSCA certification. Use code ELITEFTS to save 20% off your registration from now until July 18th. Sign Up Today elitefts elitefts is a proud sponsor of Dave Tate's Table Talk Podcast. If you can put it in a gym bag or load weight on it, we have you covered. Get 10% off your first elitefts order using the discount code: TABLE TALK All profits from elitefts Limited Edition Apparel, Table Talk Coffee, and Team elitefts Workouts, Programs, and eBooks support Dave Tate's Table Talk Podcast. Shop elitefts Limited Edition Apparel Shop Table Talk Coffee Workout and Training Program eBooks elitefts Shop elitefts IG More Dave Tate's IG JM's YouTube Channel JM's Instagram 7th Level Coaching Group

    Menace 2 Sports with Zach Smith
    College Football Recruiting: Top 5 High School Football States!

    Menace 2 Sports with Zach Smith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 43:26


    Who are the Top 5 High School Football states?  Florida, Texas, California, Georgia, New Jersey, Ohio... Who takes the crown and WHY?  Is Ohio High School Football the pipeline to success for Coach Ryan Day and THE Ohio State Buckeyes?  OR is it the reason they have to recruit nationally? For the FULL Landscape of College Football, tune in: http://www.menace2sports.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/menace2sports-with-zach-smith/id1464558838 FULL EPISODES: http://www.patreon.com/menace2sports Follow our show on social media: . https://twitter.com/Menace2Sports https://www.instagram.com/menace2sports/ Also if you want the undisputed best gambling advice platform in the WORLD - hitting at 80% over the past 9 days... check us out ASAP: http://www.patreon.com/menace2picks LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE and CLICK THE BELL!!

    Murder In America
    75: OHIO - 11 Victims, One Family: The Easter Sunday Mass Shooting

    Murder In America

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 50:37


    In 1975, a brutal crime rocked a small, sleepy town in Ohio that would forever change the community. On Easter Sunday that year, James Ruppert attacked his own family and enacted a vicious slaughter that has left blood stains in the family home to this day. You're listening, to MURDER IN AMERICA.

    Tim May Podcast
    B1G expansion gives Buckeyes every tool to stay dominant in future

    Tim May Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 38:41


    The Big Ten made the move to add USC and UCLA, two traditional Pac-12 heavy-hitters, into the conference Thursday, getting its total membership to 16 schools -- with the potential for more to be on the way. So on the latest episode of the Tim May Podcast, Tim is bringing in a big-time guest to analyze the fallout of the latest round of expansion, one that includes the Big Ten. Tim is joined by Beau Bishop from 97.1 The Fan in Columbus, the flagship radio station for Ohio State football. The two Columbus heavyweights break down every angle of the aggressive move by Kevin Warren and the Big Ten to add USC and UCLA, including where the Buckeyes have the biggest advantages over the rest of the league moving forward. #OhioState #CFBNews #ohiostatefootball Subscribe for more Ohio State Football coverage: https://www.youtube.com/c/Lettermenrow?sub_confirmation=1 Ohio State Buckeyes videos from Columbus, Ohio from the staff of Lettermen Row. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Card Is Going To Change
    AIW 3-D Hard Sell Podcast - EP249

    The Card Is Going To Change

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 67:23


    2 Legz is back with a preview of "AIW 3-D" taking place this Thursday at The Winchester Music Tavern in Lakewood, Ohio. 

    Obsessed with: Disappeared
    105: From The Patreon Feed: Pink Collar Crimes: The Queen Of Coupons

    Obsessed with: Disappeared

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 46:27


    Phoenix-based housewife Robin Ramirez took extreme couponing to a whole new level when she orchestrated the largest and most lucrative fake coupon scam in U.S. history. LOOKING FOR MORE OWD? JOIN OUR PATREON! At the $5 level you get 3 FULL BONUS EPISODES PER MONTH! Right now there are over 50 full ad-free bonus episode to download and binge right this second! Including our coverage of "Pink Collar Crimes", "Fear Thy Neighbor," "Who The Bleep Did I Marry," "See No Evil", "Evil Lives Here", and "Snapped". COME TO OBSESSED FEST!! It's the first-ever OBSESSED NETWORK FAMILY WEEKEND! It's going to be a weekend full of live shows--OWD Friday night, TCO Saturday night (and two non-Obsessed Network live shows as well!), meet & greets, KARAOKE!, meetups, panel chats AND. ONE. INSANE. DRAG. BRUNCH!!! It's all happening at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus, Ohio from September 30 - October 2nd. TICKETS ARE ALMOST GONE!! GET YOUR TICKET HERE!!

    Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
    Ohio Outdoors - Dustin Huff and Moose

    Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 89:13


    This week on Ohio's Outdoor podcast the guys utilize Paul the Promoter's abilities to set up another live show. This week the guys got to hang out with Dustin Huff, country music star and also the record holder for largest typical whitetail in US history. The guys get the whole story from Dustin as well as a few songs and laughs.  Paul and Andrew are gearing up for Send it Slam and Archery Hike. Lots of arrows flying and cursing. Missed targets, and holes in doors. Ohio's deer licenses are on sale for 2022-2023 as well as the lottery entries for controlled hunts. Thanks to the Wayne County ODNR officers for their help cleaning up some water ways at Killbuck Marsh! This is the week people!!! Send it Slam in Louisville thanks to our folks at GoWild!!! Check out timetogowild.com to find out more about Send it Slam on July 9th! Archeryhike.com www.theo2podcast.com GoWild Profile Tethrd First Lite https://sciotomade.com Instagram: @the.o2.podcast Twitter: @Ohiohunt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The MeidasTouch Podcast
    Highland Park vs. Akron— a brief examination of a deadly dichotomy which should make you furious!

    The MeidasTouch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 8:52


    On this episode of The Mighty, we hear from Meidas contributor Boston Smalls who compares the recent terrorist attack in Highland Park on July 4th by a MAGA follower and the police killing of Jayland Walker in Akron, Ohio after a traffic stop. The white MAGA terrorist was detained without incident and Jayland Walker was shot 60 times. We can be complacent and accept that this is America or, we can get furious and take our country back from MAGA fascism. What will you choose? The Mighty is a new program on The MeidasTouch Podcast channel where we highlight the incredible commentary of Meidas Contributors. New episodes of The Mighty are released on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. New episodes of the world famous MeidasTouch Podcast featuring the Meiselas brothers release new episodes on Tuesday and Friday mornings on this channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Morning Wire
    Violence Shakes The Nation | 7.6.22

    Morning Wire

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 14:59


    Violence shakes the nation, a police-involved shooting in Ohio sparks protests, and the summer box office is back. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Secret Skin ® – Infinite Guest Podcast Network
    Blueprint and an hour's worth of free game

    Secret Skin ® – Infinite Guest Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 64:52


    this week Open Mike Eagle chops it up with legendary Ohio rapper/podcaster/author Blueprint. Blueprint came up in the golden age of the underground, working with RJD2 in Sole Position and collaborating with Aesop Rock, Vast Aire, Illogic and many more. He experienced the peak of freestyle battling and b-boy culture and he watched it all change as he got deeper into the game Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Pour Over
    Wednesday, July 6, 2022

    The Pour Over

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 6:10


    Today, we're talking about a shooting at a 4th of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, sports updates from over the weekend, protests in Akron, Ohio, and other top news for Wednesday, July 6th. Stay informed while remaining focused on Christ with The Pour Over. Sponsored by For What It's Worth. (By subscribing, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy)

    Hysteria 51
    The Loveland Frogmen | 294

    Hysteria 51

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 35:01


    For almost 70 years reports of a bipedal Frogman or frogmen have funneled in from the city of Loveland, Ohio. Do 3- to 4-foot-tall bipedal amphibians with, wait for it, magic wands actually stalk the rural area outside of town? Or is this nothing more than an urban legend that keeps getting reimagined with each passing generation.  We strap on our cryptozoology hats and go gigging for frogmen this week on Hysteria 51 Special thanks to this week's research sources: Videos Sightings of the Loveland Frogman | The Uncanny Forms - https://youtu.be/q6zQmvCP3dU Websites Loveland Frog Wiki - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loveland_frog Weird U.S. - http://www.weirdus.com/states/ohio/bizarre_beasts/loveland_frogman/index.php WCPO Cincinnati - https://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/hamilton-county/loveland-community/did-pokemon-go-players-encounter-the-legendary-loveland-frogman Planet Weird - http://weekinweird.com/2012/07/24/classic-cryptid-legend-loveland-frogmen/ Cryptid Wiki - https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Loveland_Frogmen Tezoo - https://tetzoo.com/blog/2020/1/12/lore-of-the-loveland-frog Charleston Terrors - https://charlestonterrors.com/the-loveland-frogman-ohios-most-famous-cryptid/ Music Porn Music Dar Golan (https://dargolan-free.com) Licensed: Royalty Free Existential Dread (Cbot Inner Monologue) Created by Eric Korenman http://www.korenman.com/ Email us your favorite WEIRD news stories: weird@hysteria51.com Support the Show Get exclusive content & perks as well as an ad and sponsor free experience at https://www.patreon.com/Hysteria51 from just $1 Join Our Discord Server https://discord.gg/WuPKAZ6cpg Shop Be the Best Dressed at your Cult Meeting! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hysteria-51?ref_id=4106 Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Hysteria51 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Hardball with Chris Matthews
    Fear and dread shroud America in the wake of another mass shooting

    Hardball with Chris Matthews

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 42:17


    Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut voicing the constant fear and dread we are all feeling. One of the reasons for our discontent is the latest case of police overkill, when a 25-year-old Black man named Jayland Walker was killed in Akron, Ohio by 60 bullet wounds as he ran from police. Also in this episode, a major development in Fulton County's investigation of Donald Trump's efforts to "find" enough votes to steal Georgia, plus new details about the next January 6th committee hearing. But we begin the program with this very strange place that we find ourselves in, on the day after July 4th. A day that turned out to be tragic, and violent, for the community of Highland Park, Illinois, where seven people died and almost 40 were injured in approximately the 319th mass shooting so far this year. Join Joy Reid as she and her guests bring you important insights on these stories and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.

    Joe Madison the Black Eagle
    How The Cops Treated Jayland Walker

    Joe Madison the Black Eagle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 15:34


    After Robert Crimo III killed 6 people in Highland Park, Illinois, police arrested him without any violence at all. So why did cops in Akron, Ohio fire 90 times at Jayland Walker and take his life?

    CBS This Morning - News on the Go
    7/5: At least six people killed in Fourth of July parade shooting. Protests in Akron after police shoot a black man more than 60 times.

    CBS This Morning - News on the Go

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 13:58


    A gunman at a Fourth of July parade kills at least 6 people and injures dozens more in a Chicago suburb. President Biden reacted to the shooting, by urging Americans to fight the gun violence epidemic. Philadelphia police are looking for a gunman who wounded two officers during a July 4th event last night. Protesters believe police bodycam video released by the authorities in Akron, Ohio fails to explain why 8 officers opened fire, hitting Jayland Walker more than 60 times. The protesters are also demanding a Justice Department investigation of the police department's culture and policies. In the war in Ukraine, President Zelenskyy is vowing to retake areas captured by Russia.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    The Young Turks
    American Taliban

    The Young Turks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 64:29


    Seven people were shot and killed with dozens more wounded as mass shootings plagued the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert claimed that gun control laws don't work after a mass shooting occurred in a Denmark mall, despite the country having only three mass shootings in the past 20+ years. South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem refuses to permit exceptions for rape and incest to her state's ban on abortion access even after a 10-year-old rape victim was forced to travel out of her state of Ohio to get an abortion in Indiana. Democrats are worried they're losing support of young Gen Z voters after failing to codifying Roe v. Wade into law.Hosts: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian***The largest online progressive news show in the world. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE weekdays 6-8 pm ET.Help support our mission and get perks. Membership protects TYT's independence from corporate ownership and allows us to provide free live shows that speak truth to power for people around the world. See Perks: ▶ https://www.youtube.com/TheYoungTurks/joinSUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theyoungturksFACEBOOK: ☞ http://www.facebook.com/TheYoungTurksTWITTER: ☞ http://www.twitter.com/TheYoungTurksINSTAGRAM: ☞ http://www.instagram.com/TheYoungTurksTWITCH: ☞ http://www.twitch.com/tyt

    The Common Good Podcast
    Reflections on the 4th and more shootings– how should Christians respond?

    The Common Good Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 54:55


    Catherine McNiel joined Aubrey Sampson to pinch hit for Brian From. Catherine is the author of the new book “Fearing Bravely: Risking Love for Our Neighbors, Strangers, and Enemies” (00:00-09:42): It was an eventful 4th of July, with a mass shooting at the parade in Highland Park and also protests over a police shooting in Ohio. Aubrey and Catherine talked about how we can respond when things like these happen. (09:42-18:50): A Youtuber named “Technoblade” died of cancer last week. Aubrey and Catherine talked about the impact he has had on all of their kids. (18:50-27:35): How do you love and interact with people that you disagree with? (27:35-36:26): What are the characteristics that make a relationship healthy? (36:26-46:00): University of Virginia professor of religious studies Charles Marsh has a new memoir called “Evangelical Anxiety.” Aubrey and Catherine shared their reaction. (46:00-54:54): Aubrey and Catherine wrapped up the show by sharing a list of ways to know you've crossed the threshold into being old. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    PBS NewsHour - Segments
    Protests erupt in Akron, Ohio after police shooting of an unarmed Black man

    PBS NewsHour - Segments

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 5:30


    Protesters demanded justice last night in Akron, Ohio, despite a citywide curfew, and dozens were arrested. It came one week after the fatal police shooting of 25-year-old Jayland Walker, an unarmed Black man who sustained more than 60 wounds. Bobby DiCello, a member of the legal team representing Walker's family, joins Stephanie Sy to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    The Majority Report with Sam Seder
    2874 - The Nightmarish SCOTUS Term And What's Next w/ Peter Shamshiri

    The Majority Report with Sam Seder

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 86:03


    Sam and Emma host Peter Shamshiri, or Law Boy on Twitter, co-host of the 5-4 Podcast, to discuss the recent Supreme Court term and what the big decisions mean for us going forward.    Sam and Emma first run through the terrifying updates from this weekend, including a longer conversation on the Highland Park shooting (of the multiple mass shootings), Brittany Griner's plea to Biden, Ohio successfully forcing a 10-year-old to escape the state to terminate a pregnancy resulting from rape, and updates on Russia's bombing of a mall in Ukraine. Then, Peter Shamshiri joins as dive into the West Virginia v EPA case and the conservative Court's ultimate goal of unwinding the administrative state all the way back to the Lochner Era, looking at how the case addresses the Clean Air Act, claiming the EPA only has authority to police specific facilities rather than preemptively impose standards on the energy industry as a whole, even though the policy they were addressing had already been rolled back. Next, they look into the history of Justice Roberts' “Major Questions Doctrine,” first exploring the emergence of the Chevron Doctrine towards the end of the 20th Century asking that courts defer to administration on the interpretation of statutes, followed by the beginning of its undoing in an FDA case in the 2000s (despite the same court supporting it for Bush's EPA), before getting into the accelerated takedown of the Chevron doctrine throughout the pandemic, from the CDC's eviction moratorium to OSHA's workplace vaccine mandate. They then shift to the court granting cert to a North Carolina case addressing the independent state legislature theory, another idea that came to prevalence under John Roberts and during the Bush administration, central to Bush v. Gore (a project worked on by Roberts, Kavanaugh, and Coney Barrett), with an extended conversation on the worst (and most likely) outcomes from this case and the contrast it draws in undermining state courts and putting the powerfully in their own hands. They wrap up the interview with a conversation on the Dobbs case, this Court's emphasis on religious freedom and how it can shape a world where non-fundamentalists are ostracized, the absolute meaninglessness of the abortion “exemptions” in such a society, and the constitutional right to interstate travel. And in the Fun Half: Chris from the Bay Area calls in to discuss Sam's clear violation of Saul's Second Amendment rights by refusing to purchase him a genuine Kyber-crystal-powered lightsaber and to engage Emma's discussion on the BS abortion “exemptions” being pushed by Democrats. Diving deeper into this, Sam and Emma cover the Democratic Party's complete impotence in response to Dobbs, walking through the countless millionaires whose only reaction was, “gimme money and I'll do it next time.” Kowalski discusses the tropical twister that hit his Nebraskan farm last night, Sam and Emma walk through the wonderful GOP primary debate for AZ Governor, and Jordan Peterson holds back the tears as he gets banned from Twitter for deciding that Elliot Page must be held responsible for his transphobic fears, plus, your calls and IMs!   Check out the 5-4 Podcast here: https://www.patreon.com/fivefourpod   Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here:  https://madmimi.com/signups/170390/join Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Check out today's sponsors: History Is US: “History is US”… an important 6-part documentary podcast series hosted by award-winning Princeton University professor Dr. Eddie Glaude, journeys back to face the truths about race at the heart of the American story. Listen to “History is US” a presentation of Shining City Audio, C13 Originals, and Jon Meacham studio. 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    Morning Shift Podcast
    Another White Shooter Apprehended ‘Without Incident'

    Morning Shift Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 12:45


    The Highland Park shooter was arrested “peacefully” despite being heavily armed. Meanwhile, an unarmed Black man in Akron, Ohio, was shot 60 times and killed by officers. Reset checks in an expert who says the two stories help illustrate the fact that Black people are many times more likely than white people to be killed by police in the U.S. GUEST: Rashawn Ray, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution; professor of sociology at the University of Maryland

    Tore Says Show
    Tue 05 Jul: The Faceless - Uniform Actions - VAXT DNA - Reading People - 60 Shots - Fruit Enjoyed - Staying Alive

    Tore Says Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 116:18


    As the enemy becomes visible, their sameness is frightening. More recompense, this time for journalists. Etheos for info. The inside of the system is now showing. Broken humans are showing all the signs. Our DNA is constantly changing, now with help. Soon, it's genetic data to prove who you are. Physiognomy, and that funny look on your face. Another planned summer of burning love. Staff shortages up North, and elsewhere. 60 shots, a disgusted public, and more fuel for the bonfire of hate. Who's groveling before the gatekeepers? Funny GOP numbers in Ohio. Election fraud starts very early on, like with petition signatures. It's RICO that will stop the machines. Aren't they about to purge evidence? Blocking the avenues of control around JOB. All the advantages taken and lies peddled are now coming due. We should pray for the casualties about to be suffered upon humanity. And more than anything use your faith and knowledge to stay alive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Using the Whole Whale Podcast
    National Volunteer Shortage Threatens Stability of NGOs (news)

    Using the Whole Whale Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 24:33


      NonprofitNewsFeed.com  National Volunteer Shortage Threatens Stability of Nonprofit Programming Nonprofits in Arizona are having a hard time getting volunteers to come back compared to pre-Covid times, as reported by Axios. This represents a continuation of a broader trend since the onset of the pandemic, where nonprofits have seen volunteer participation decline nationally. Nonprofits like the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central and Northern Arizona say they may have to stop providing meals because of increased costs and lack of volunteers. Higher gas prices, coupled with fewer work-associated volunteer outings as well as remaining concerns about Covid may have contributed to the decrease. This animal nonprofit in California is entirely volunteer-run and has seen funding decrease by 30% since the onset of the pandemic. Decreases in volunteer participation threaten the stability of the hundreds of thousands of volunteer-led organizations throughout the country. Read more ➝   Summary   76 Fake Charities Shared a Mailbox. The I.R.S. Kept Approving More. | NYT Nonprofit calls out Tesla for not disclosing enough environmental data | Teslarati  W3C Announces Plans To Launch as Nonprofit Org | Redmond Channel Partner  Opinion | Democrats Are Having a Purity-Test Problem at Exactly the Wrong Time | NYT 10 years after launch, Hamden nonprofit has repaired 173 homes for veterans | New Haven Register         Rough Transcription [00:00:00] This week on the nonprofit news feed, we're talking about, uh, national volunteer shortage as it rolls out and continues, Nick, how's it going? It's going good, George, how are you? First week of July? We are we're in the, I guess that means the second half of the year we're doing it. We're doing it. We're now in Q3. [00:00:23] Oh, everything's gonna look brighter, shinier and better forget Q1 and Q2 of this year, they were junk. Things are gonna be completely new and fresh and a lot of nonprofits starting their new fiscal years. So, you know, you can, you can, re-plan based on the new information. Absolutely. I'm bullish on the success of Q3, but let's go right into it. [00:00:46] Our first story comes, uh, as we talk about an increasing trend, which is a national volunteer shortage, that's threatening the stability of nonprofit programming. So as reported by AIOS nonprofits in Arizona in particular are having a hard time getting volunteers to come back compared. Pre COVID times. [00:01:10] And while this represents a broader trend, the article talks about how nonprofits like the Ronald McDonald's house charities of central and Northern Arizona say they may have to stop providing meals because of increased costs and lack of volunteers, some of the contributing factors or potentially higher gas prices. [00:01:29] Coupled with fewer work associated volunteer events, as well as of course remaining concerns about COVID that may have contributed to the decrease in the first place. Um, so just a small anecdote, but from a trend that we've been tracking for a while that we know is occurring nationally, George, what's your thoughts on. [00:01:50] We talked about this early with volunteer match as well, the CEO, Greg Baldwin at the time of saying like, what are you seeing? And it, you know, it was clear that there were a lot more opportunities being posted than there were, uh, people necessarily filling them and to continue that. Into this year, corporate volunteering. [00:02:09] Right? What does it mean when we're not all in the office together, doing things together, local and community. What does it look like over time? As we have maybe moved away from central areas in certain communities? As part of the like work from work from home, the second order effects are, are pretty real where maybe people are staying inside or staying more local more often because of gas. [00:02:31] Like all of those things add up. And then unfortunately, you know, we see where we see a few of these stories. There's certainly many more, there's another one in the California, um, reporting where they are saying like a local animal shelter, not having enough volunteers. So if you see these stories, as we do, we kind of pull 'em together and say like, there are some second order effects there. [00:02:52] Yeah, absolutely. Something will continue to follow, but just wanted to call out again, is one of those bigger trends we like to talk about on this podcast? Yeah. The other piece, when you have fewer volunteers, a volunteer is, and this comes from the data inside of volunteer match, 10 times more likely to donate 10 times more likely to donate than somebody who's not volunteered. [00:03:11] So as you approach. Q4 knowing when you're supposed to be getting and converting donors in particular at higher numbers. This can have that type of downstream effect as well on mid to small nonprofits with high volunteer dependencies and relationships that if you are volunteer, numbers are lagging. So two will probably your donation numbers when it comes that time of year. [00:03:36] Definitely. All right, George, shall we move into the summary please? All right. Our first story is kind of a wild one, and this comes from the New York times. Um, the the title of this article is 76 fake charities, shared a mailbox. The IRS kept approving more. So it turns out this dude in Staten island kept on registering. [00:04:01] Fake nonprofits, but kept getting them approved by the IRS. Um, so this guy's registered nonprofits that don't exist such as the United way of, um, Ohio. Which he registered outta Staten island, the American cancer society of Michigan, which was also registered outta Staten island and did this 70 to 80 times getting IRS approval each time. [00:04:29] This is just one of those classic fascinating New York characters. Uh, he was kind of ha has a history of. Shady wall street pump and dump schemes in the eighties, worked with an associated of the Gambino crime family. And now is living in Manhattan. Uh, the reporters talk to him and he says that he regrets it and is now on the right path now. [00:04:53] But the IRS approved these charities, which is pretty incredible. Um, and yeah, I guess this goes back to our, our story of not all nonprofits are good, but he ultimately did defraud people of approximately 150,000 in donations to these fake charities. That's what they were for, for fraudulently, you know, siphoning, uh, donations away from legitimate charities, like the American cancer society. [00:05:22] Uh, but yeah, kind of, kind of a wild tale. What's your takeaway here, George, just to reiterate this statement. That is almost a mantra here at whole. Where, where, where it is just because you have a 5 0 1 C three does not mean you are doing good in this world. And this is Testament. So making sure that as a donor you're checking the validity of the organization you're donating to is crucial, but also here's a powerful reminder for every nonprofit, especially those that rely on brand national. [00:05:57] Brand and reputation. These are things that probably should have come up in a reputation, defense search and monitoring that should probably go on. If you're the United way, you should have an eye on this. If you're an American cancer cancer organization, you should have an eye on organizations that are popping up and looking to essentially. [00:06:23] Mislead donors with brand, uh, adjacent and sort of mimicking your, your brand, uh, IP. And, you know, you work hard to create it. You should also spend capital time, money, whatever you wanna put towards that. You should spend that toward analyzing whether or not there are. These types of scams in there and, and file those cease desist, uh, letters and notices through there. [00:06:50] Uh, the other piece here, which, you know, kind of, kind of resounded a little disturbingly on the nose for me is the quote that he had here is if you file something with an agency, he said, and they approve it. Do you think it's illegal? So technically, I guess like the approving of it like happened, the IRS looked that and said like, yep, that looks right. [00:07:12] 72 freaking times. Okay. The part where you get into illegal is raising funds under somebody else's name that that's, um, you know, uh, runs a but of false advertising, misrepresentation and fraud. Yeah, absolutely. And George, just back to your point about, uh, You know, that brand protection and awareness piece, this is a little less sinister, but might be a tangible piece of information for our listeners is that you should be every organization should Google themselves. [00:07:44] In a search engine and see what comes up, um, because if you're a larger or medium or larger size organization, there is a chance that a competitive a competitor organization is bidding against you. Uh, in terms of advertising. And again, not a little bit different. This is obviously all course kosher. It's not illegal, it's a strategy, but when it comes to brand protection, uh, that's an important thing to do. [00:08:10] How do you. Show up in Google search. How do you appear on the internet? Are there organizations with similar names that are kind of, uh, milking that similarity for, for what it's worth, you know, and, and that, that kind of stuff is important. So I think you bring up a really good point, even if it's totally above board and legitimate, still important to know what your competitors, who your competitors are and what they're doing. [00:08:34] Yeah. As if he didn't have enough things to do, but there was real money associated with this, right. There was 150, $2,000 that didn't find its way to those handful of charities. So what is the cost of, of not doing brand defense? You tell me [00:08:48] wise is words. All right. I'll take us into our next story. And this one is about a nonprofit calling out Tesla for not disclosing enough environmental data. Um, so. Uh, Tesla, of course, one of the, the. You know, most traded and talked about companies on wall street is being called out by an organization called CDP, which is a global nonprofit that runs an environmental disclosure system for companies, city, states, and regions. [00:09:20] Um, and they've called out te Tesla for not disclosing, um, the environmental impact of their company along with other. Major companies that are, are traded. Um, Tesla got actually downgraded off of the S and P five hundreds ESG index last year, which is the environmental, social and governance index, which is supposed to be, uh, you know, presumably socially and environmentally conscious companies. [00:09:47] And they actually got kicked off that list. LA last year, much to the chagrin of the company's, uh, current chief executive. This is kind of interesting. And I think it's important and goes into the narrative that nonprofits have a power and a legitimacy to call out companies that need to improve their practices for social and environmental reasons. [00:10:10] And that this is getting picked up, I think is, uh, is definitely a good thing. We only need more accountability, not less. What I like about CDP is also that they are essentially leveraging corporate markets and structure to. Improved disclosures with regard to environmental impacts in a very real way. [00:10:32] This isn't just a article published over here on the side. This actually affects the way that your company is listed, which matters very much when you're talking about how fund distributions work and how, you know, we mentioned DSG fund investing works. And I picked up on the story because I remember Elon Musk as with many things. [00:10:53] Moaning on Twitter as he is, want to do, uh, about how organizations like Exxon are on an ESG list, but yet Tesla has fallen off. And frankly, I was wondering like how that happened and like, here you go. Like they aren't disclosing how the organization is impacting and has an environmental footprint. And I think it's important to note because on the surface, yeah, they have revolutionized and moved forward by orders of probably decades. [00:11:19] The electric car movement in America. However, to just tell that story and not also talk about the net effects of lithium mining internationally, and what that actually means in the environment is a misstep. You, you sort of assume you've solved the problem by not looking at the process. And so I, I think a full disclosure of what that, uh, mineral extraction costs is, is important. [00:11:45] You know, are we trading one evil for another. And to what level? So you went on the list, go disclose. Yeah, I agree. I think this is a case of don't let perfect be the enemy a good, uh, but transparency is still important. Right. Um, so I totally agree with that. Take. all right. Our next story is that w three C is announcing plans to launch or relaunch as a non-profit organization. [00:12:16] So w three C is, has to do with internet standards and governance, and they're relaunching has a non-profit George, I'm just gonna toss this over. I just have a soft spot for, I, I grew up with looking at w three C training and learning materials and how they've guided the fundamental underpinnings of HTML and CSS, the things that make your websites bright, poppy sparkly, and, uh, friendly enough. [00:12:44] It, it just is a, been a tremendous organization just in, you know, sort of my, uh, my journey in, in web. And I like seeing them turn to the social good. Uh, for, from the, for profit to the, uh, to the, to the nonprofit W3C was originally founded in 1994 by Tim burner's Lee widely credited as the principal web inventor, much to the chagrin of others. [00:13:11] claim claiming internet, uh, authority. Yeah, it's a, it's actually honestly amazing how much these kind of small organizations and most people have never heard of contribute so much to the infrastructure of the internet. Um, so, I mean, if you talk about accessibility, right? Like web accessibility standards that have allowed and made sure that folks that have, uh, issues with colorblindness or interested in web readers and the standards that have allowed, uh, the, a true diversity of individuals ranging of ability to access the evidence information. [00:13:50] Like these are the folks that are helping look out for, for those as well. Absolutely. All right. Shall I take us into our next story? All right. This one is. Little controversial. I'll put it out there. This was an opinion in the New York times. Um, and the opinion is that Democrats are having a purity test problem at exactly the wrong time. [00:14:16] And the title I think is slightly misleading. And the reason it's included on this summary is because it largely talks about progressive non-profits and. Civil society groups, um, and generally nonprofits and, and activist groups, uh, within the left. And the general thesis of this opinion is that there is a lot of tension between older, potentially more traditional, but also still liberal leaders of these organizations and younger, more diverse, uh, Up comers up and coming people in this organization who are pushing for change more aggression aggressively than their older counterparts. [00:15:03] And the, uh, this particular opinion is that that tension, um, is causing turmoil at these organizations. And, you know, this is a point of view. It's, it's an opinion. Uh, but it's certainly an interesting thing to chew on. And I know we've previously talked about a story here. A C L U uh, was kind of at this center of, uh, you know, fierce protection with simple liberties, which doesn't always necessarily align with, uh, you know, progressive ideas and values, um, as just one kind of anecdote. [00:15:36] Uh, but George, what, what's your takeaway from this opinion? What should nonprofits be thinking about? Because whether or not you agree with this opinion or not, uh, I'm sure that this is coming up in some way or another. Tons of organizations [00:15:52] first off, this is, uh, a difficult issue and to not talk about what any sort of policy brought and implemented to, uh, at an extreme, or even in the wrong way. And it's in that potential negative effects, uh, is a misstep. So. I don't know if this particular article nails all of it in the right way, but I think it's an interesting conversation to have, and it does actually call, um, it does call in a lot of actual quotes from actual leaders and, you know, I'll try to find one particular quote. [00:16:30] We talked through this Ryan Grimm's June 13th intercept piece elephant in the room, meltdowns have brought the progressive advocacy groups to a standstill at a critical moment in the world's history. And so this assessment, you know, As you mentioned touches on the a C L U. They mentioned the gut mocker Institute. [00:16:47] They talk to some people who are, um, you know, only were anonymously talking about the issue. And in one part, just to quote this. Article, uh, consultant who works primarily for nonprofit advocacy groups only spoke anonymously, uh, mentioned that in this quote, uh, she said regularly sees routine disputes over salaries and assignments turned into civil rights issues, making them extremely difficult to resolve under ordinary circumstances. [00:17:18] The failure to give someone a raise, even when it is a black boss becomes a matter of structural racism. She said, and. It continues on with these sort of anecdotal points, I think, to try to prove a macro narrative that I personally need to see more data around. However, with that, you know, a number of citations in these issues and well known organizations, uh, that are clearly cherry picked, there can be a kernel of, of truth, where there is a, a sort of paralyzing inefficiency to the way that DEI might be. [00:17:53] Sadly weaponized in certain situations where it doesn't need to be. And whenever you misuse something, you're actually doing a greater disservice to your true end goal, uh, than implementing it in the right way. But I think it's, there's a kernel of truth here where I think there are a lot of progressive organizations struggling with maintaining their mission. [00:18:15] With a higher expectation of DEI, D E I B in, in the organization in the way they, they do work. And that's not just from the senior level, but also at, it sounds like in this, the, the junior level of how you communicate these things without weaponizing them. To the detriment of the organization's outcomes. [00:18:34] It's a complex issue, but to not talk about it, like you brought it in and you're like, oh, I don't know if we should pull it in. And I was like, this is fascinating. And, and maybe an important conversation and way for you to take this article and send it to your organization and be like, what do we think? [00:18:48] Is there anything thing here? Yeah, George, I think that's, that's an interesting take. And kind of like the other side of this is they talk about, um, how. there's did that, this tension between kind of the, the institutional, uh, structure of an organization and new people who are coming in to create change. [00:19:08] And it talks about how just a lot of these organizations are undergoing really rapid change very quickly. Um, and that in and of itself, uh, Is potentially just bringing kind of these, these issues to the surface and something that a lot of, um, institutions are, are wrangling right now. Um, you know, I think some people would say for the better, some people would say to the detriment of mission, right. [00:19:34] Uh, but either way, I think a really important, uh, opinion here. Um, definitely again, that and opinion, but, um, interesting conversation, nonetheless, and I am trying to also. Keep an eye on whether or not we're talking about the perennial generational shift in work and power that plays out frankly, every 20, 30 years versus our. [00:20:05] People just using at the executive level or at the opinion level, DEI is the broad brush for saying like, Hey, guess what? There's a, you know, a generational power struggle happening. And this is just the, the way that we're going to paint it as a narrative. And so I try to see as best I can. However, I, I think I'm, I'm probably too close to the problem. [00:20:27] Speaking as somebody who straddles as an elder millennial in it. [00:20:30] Yeah, it's interesting. One of the things in there and George, this is not you, but, um, it said that boomers are the boomers are the whitest, uh, generation in American history. And it talks about how whiteness as a racial identity, wasn't really cohesive until the boomers generation, right. A hundred years ago. [00:20:51] It wasn't. Are you white? It was, are you Italian? Are you Irish? And of course. There's a lot of tension there. Um, but that organization. uh, that generation is some of the least diverse and gen Z is the most diverse. Um, and it talks about that, that imbalance now that gen Z's entering the workforce, and it's actually kind of really interesting. [00:21:11] There's lots of articles about gen Z, even on kind of less, uh, less challenging issues like about, you know, offices versus open floor plans. Um, Uh, that are coming into question it's, it's kind of interesting to see out. Um, I think there is, I think there is kind of a, a shift happening, but interesting. [00:21:31] Interesting to say the least. [00:21:32] All right, George, we've waited for this moment for so long. How about a feel, good story. Did we actually do it? Did we find feel good stories and I didn't, uh, I didn't let you down on my. no, we found a feel good story. Um, this one comes from the new Haven register and it talks about how 10 years after launch a nonprofit in Hamden has repaired 173 homes for veterans. [00:22:01] Butch is incredible. Uh, veteran homelessness is one of the saddest and kind of most ingrained problems in this country. Um, but it talks. In this article, how one veteran, um, and, uh, the nonprofit is really working to, to help folks, uh, kind of get a leg out when it comes to housing. Uh, the organization is called house of heroes, um, and they do really great work. [00:22:28] So just wanted to highlight an organization doing awesome work. Hundred 73 houses is awesome. And especially coming off of July 4th, where we celebrate our nation heroes and the people that have lost their lives for our freedoms, it is, uh, great nonprofit doing great things. So hats off hats off to them, little quote we ended with I'll just shout it. [00:22:50] The most difficult thing is the decision to act. The rest is merely tenacity, Amelia Earhart. So I like this mindset of. Especially when things are maybe frustrating when you feel like there's too many problems. Remember the difficult thing is that first step. And then, and then it's about execution. So great words from a great woman. [00:23:14] All right, Nick. See you out there. Thanks for the ongoing support and reporting. Of course. Talk next week.

    Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
    Ep 637 | America's Masculinity Crisis

    Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 46:45


    Today we're covering a couple of serious, sad stories that happened over the July Fourth weekend, but first we talk a little bit about Independence Day itself and why we're so thankful for the freedoms we're afforded in the USA, despite our many problems. Then, we move on to discuss the atrocity that occurred in Highland Park, Illinois, during a Fourth of July parade, in which at least six people have lost their lives. We talk about what leads to this kind of violence and how the way to stop it lies not in the legislature, but in a return to cultural values of faith and family. We also talk about another sad story that happened on Independence Day: the shooting of Jayland Walker in Akron, Ohio. We go over what happened and how the media is misleading the public about whether or not he was actually "unarmed." --- Timecodes: (0:00) Introduction (3:00) Recapping the long weekend - Allie made her Grandma Dot's peaches & cream dish (7:02) We're over the 'can't celebrate the Fourth of July' posts (13:11) Here's what we know about the Highland Park, IL shooting (22:00) America's masculinity crisis (36:40) Who is Jayland Walker? --- Today's Sponsors: My Patriot Supply — right now, save $150 on a 3-month emergency food kit at PrepareWithAllie.com! Annie's Kit Clubs offers tons of memberships for different hobbies - for you & your kids! Go to AnniesKitClubs.com/ALLIE to save 75% off your first month! EdenPURE is having their famous BOGO deal on Thunderstorm air purifiers! Go to EdenPureDeals.com & use discount code 'ALLIEBOGO' to save! Moms for Liberty is building an army of moms who are joyful warriors fighting for the survival of America — with a smile on their faces, and absolutely NOT co-parenting with the government. Go to MomsForLiberty.org/ALLIE to find out more! --- Previous Episodes Mentioned: Ep 636: How BDSM, Porn, & Pedophilia Are Tied to Transgender Ideology | Guest: Genevieve Gluck https://apple.co/3nLgugA Has God Blessed America? | July 4, 2022 https://apple.co/3P4ui1r --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise- use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The David Pakman Show
    7/5/22: Shootings Plague 4th of July as GOP Falters Badly in Polls

    The David Pakman Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 60:37


    --On the Show: --After even more mass shootings on the 4th of July, most of which were outdoors, the focus shifts from doors to rooftops and ladders, rather than guns --Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says he looks forward to not being mayor and being constantly worried about mass shootings at large events --It's becoming increasingly difficult to believe that Joe Biden is going to run for re-election --Wyoming's Republican primary debate for the House of Representatives goes horribly wrong, with Liz Cheney facing off against a number of candidates completely untethered from reality --Donald Trump freaks out over possible criminal charges coming his way as a result of the January 6 Committee, slamming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney as "despicable" --A 10-year-old girl, pregnant due to rape, in Ohio, is being denied an abortion --Republican Governor of South Dakota Kristie Noem defends her state's abortion ban when asked whether a 10-year-old should be forced to give birth --Jordan Peterson's new show with The Daily Wire appears to be satirical, but it's all too real --MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell testifies before the a Louisiana Senate committee about so-called voter fraud and completely humiliates himself --Voicemail caller comments on radical Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene blaming antidepressants for mass shootings --On the Bonus Show: Producer Pat's Hawaii stories, New York City's shortage of public restrooms, much more... ☕ Delicious Javy coffee: Use code PAKMAN for 25% OFF at https://thld.co/javy_pakman_0622

    Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
    Kagro in the Morning - July 5, 2022

    Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 116:21


    David Waldman and KITM welcome everyone back from the 4th of July weekend. Injured? Shot? No? Then you did better than a lot of people. At a parade in Highland Park, Illinois, a guy climbed onto a roof and used his assault rifle for its intended purpose, which had also been his intended purpose for weeks. He left 6 dead, 30 injured, and then headed home, where he was gently apprehended by local law enforcement. The local law enforcement attending the parade could not be contacted for comment, or much else. The Chicago White Sox say this is why we can't have nice things. As always, normal people have normal reactions to this, and abnormal people have abnormal reactions. Highland Park is the last place you'd expect this to happen. It's definitely the last place Clarence Thomas expected it to happen. Highland Park wasn't the only holiday mass shooting. It wasn't even the only one in the Chicago area. There was panic at a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania fireworks show after shots rang out... Police were somehow injured, and a bullet somehow found its way into a cop's hat. Philadelphia's mayor is just tired of this stuff. (These weren't the only fireworks shows with guns or panic, either.) Then there's the mass shooting in Akron, Ohio. Although in this case, a mass of police were shooting a mass of bullets into just one guy, Jayland Walker. All of this adds up to… well, who knows, but don't ask Nikki Haley, that's for sure. The marshal of the Supreme Court wants to crack down on people making noise around the Justices' houses, and also the people not making noise. Election deniers head out to the offices of their local officials who they know “respond to fear”. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court will dispose of everyone from Originalists to Schoolhouse Rock by redefining the meaning of “Legislature”.

    D.O. or Do Not: The Osteopathic Physician's Journey for Premed & Medical Students
    Episode 76: Sami Nandyal D.O. Family Medicine Resident

    D.O. or Do Not: The Osteopathic Physician's Journey for Premed & Medical Students

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 19:49


    In April of 2022 the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic medicine or AACOM graciously invited the D.O. or Do Not podcast to attend their national meeting, “Educating Leaders” conference in Denver, Colorado. Our two producers, Lerone Cark, MS-II at the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine and Brooke Pillegi, MS-II at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, as well as Ben Berg, our pre-medical student liaison, attended the conference to continue or  mission of promoting awareness of osteopathic medicine by interviewing leaders in the field.We would like to thank Dr. Robert Cain, president of AACOM, Joseph Shapiro, director of media relations and Helene Cameron, Vice President of medical education services for having us at the conference and supporting the podcast. We had an amazing experience and would recommend the conference for any medical or pre-medical students interested in learning more about the inner workings of osteopathic medicine and osteopathic medical education.On todays episode we talk with Dr. Sami Nandyal, a recent medical school graduate from Ohio University at Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. She had won Student Doctor of the Year this year at the AACOM conference and is currently getting ready to start her family medicine residency at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Nandyal talks about her experiences in medical school and why she has such a strong passion for family medicine, her experience with board exams, and her involvement with her community. She also gives great information and advice for medical students and pre-medical students alike. We hope you enjoy this episode. 

    Moment of Clarity - Backstage of Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp
    Police Shoot Man 60 Times & Why Intelligent Life Is Not Out There Somewhere

    Moment of Clarity - Backstage of Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 79:48


    Lee addresses how cops in Ohio shot a black man over 60 times over a traffic ticket! Plus Lee breaks down why there is no intelligent life out there. 

    CNN News Briefing
    9 AM ET: Highland Park latest, Brittney Griner's letter, glued to art & more

    CNN News Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 4:23


    We begin this episode in the Chicago suburbs where one of the victims of the Highland Park shooting has been named. The mayor of Akron, Ohio has declared a state of emergency and issued a curfew overnight, CNN's Polo Sandoval brings us the latest. Brittney Griner wrote a letter to President Joe Biden - we'll tell you what was in it. 30,000 people are under evacuation orders, or are preparing for them in Australia after heavy flooding in the country's most populated state. And finally, in the UK two people have glued themselves to a famous work of art - all in the name of the environment.  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Democracy Now! Audio
    Democracy Now! 2022-07-05 Tuesday

    Democracy Now! Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 59:00


    Gun violence disrupts a July Fourth parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park; We speak with an activist helping to lead protests over the police shooting of Jayland Walker in Akron, Ohio; The latest on the mass shooting in Uvalde and abortion rights in Texas. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe

    Democracy Now! Video
    Democracy Now! 2022-07-05 Tuesday

    Democracy Now! Video

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 59:00


    Gun violence disrupts a July Fourth parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park; We speak with an activist helping to lead protests over the police shooting of Jayland Walker in Akron, Ohio; The latest on the mass shooting in Uvalde and abortion rights in Texas. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe

    Ladies & Tangents
    I'm showing the world my oyster - Ladies & Los Angeles

    Ladies & Tangents

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 60:27


    We've finally seen how the other half of the country and tax bracket lives and we came back to our Ohio basement to tell you all about. You'll be shocked to know that this is the furthest we've traveled together and most time we've spent alone since our parents forgot us on the beach that one time. Just kidding. That didn't happen.... If you were still deciding whether you were a Jeri or a Ciara, this episode should help you finalize that decision. Thanks to everyone who sent in their questions and helped guide us through our LA recap!  

    The Carpool with Kelly and Lizz

    This week Kelly and Lizz are spying on a couple of grant-seeking scientists…aka they're loving the cheesy love story inside of this month's book club book The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood.  On the docket today is a millennial phrase of the day — “It's not that deep” — as well as a hysterical great eight, decent industry news, and a ditch the drive through coming to you from a TCP listener in Ohio.  Quick note from Kelly and Lizz: For July and August we'll be publishing one episode per week. In September we'll get back to two episodes per week.  Lizz did her first ad on Instagram and is taking the slow burn growth of her following day by day. She's happy to stay behind the camera for tours and content creation, though, since Kelly is, in Lizz's words, atrocious at holding the camera.  In the Tik Tok inspired great eight this week Kelly and Lizz decide which Disney princes would survive the Hunger Games. Featured are princes and male love interests from The Little Mermaid, Mulan, Tangled, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, Princess and the Frog, and Sleeping Beauty. Who do the gals think can fight AND survive? In industry news, hopefully we've turned a corner and aren't just headed downhill as demand numbers are slowing down a little bit. Interest rates and prices are up, some dealerships are trying to survive without much new car inventory, and companies like CarMax are seeing a decline in retail sales. Kia and Hyundai cars between 2011-2015 are being stolen everywhere after viral videos have shown how to start these cars without a key and Ford announced this week they're no longer going to be allowing buyouts of their EV leases. The gals speculate why Ford is following Tesla's lead.  To round out the episode Kelly and Lizz rant about Subdivisions, HOA's, toxic neighborhood Facebook groups, and dudes on hoverboards selling bug spray at dinner time. Speaking of dinner time, this week's ditch the drive through is a delicious and quick throw-it-together meal that is a whole-family favorite at Kylie's home in Ohio. To share your ditch the drive through recipe with us call (959) CAR-POOL and leave us a message! Want our ADVICE on your car hopes, dreams, fears and what you're looking for? Shoot us an email for a chance to get your questions featured on the show at hello@thecarmomofficial.com Follow the Carpool Podcast on IG Follow Kelly on IG Follow Lizz on IG Visit thecarmomofficial.com

    Talkin' 21 Podcast with Danny Torres
    S2 EP 10: Nick Swisher

    Talkin' 21 Podcast with Danny Torres

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 60:11


    Talkin’21 podcast welcomes All-Star switch-hitter and 2009 World Series champion Nick Swisher. Known for his infectious personality and charisma, Swisher talks about his upbringing in Ohio, his father Steve, who played in the majors, his late grandmother and the impact of select teammates who would eventually become Baseball Hall of Famers. But in his post-playing career, Swisher is a devoted husband and father who wants to see baseball grow globally. His participation in various MLB initiatives is exactly what the game desperately needs today. Yet, his philanthropic efforts (especially for children inflicted with cancer) haven’t gone unnoticed and one can see why Roberto Clemente is one of his heroes. Swisher wants our listeners to smile and make a difference in the lives of others.

    The Real Estate Sales Podcast
    TRES 183: National ReThink Council | Social Media Pro Tips from Top Agent Mastermind

    The Real Estate Sales Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 38:24


    In today's episode of The Real Estate Sales Podcast, Jimmy shares a meeting from his time at the National ReThink Council. This meeting focuses on great social media tactics and strategies that top real estate professionals use. Get connected with this episode's participants: Kyle Oberlin at Canton, Ohio, @kyleoberlin Duncan Foster at Jacksonville, FL, @JaxRunsOnDuncan Sierra Reed from St. Louis, MO, @sierraareed Curtis Mitchell from Scottsdale, AZ, @curtmitchell Andrew Undem from Baltimore, MD, @undem  Molly Slagle from Huston, TX, @mollysoldit Gharib Silivaney from Nashville, TN, @g_nashville Heidi Harris from Raleigh, NC, @homesweetheidi How can social media best help increase business? Instagram reveals your personality and offers interactive engagement through story posts, bringing potential clients along for your journey. Don't just focus on your location; add content geared toward other realtors to increase referral engagement. Engagement starts with consistency; continually posting sets a precedent for followers engagement. Using captions is essential, especially in stories. Many people listen to social media without audio, so maintaining captions is essential to keep engagement up. Most people know many realtors. Do something to make them think of you before the others. Marketing yourself on social media: Consider changing your communication style depending on your platform. For example, Facebook users prefer more details and information, while Instagram users need a hook to stay interested.  If a tactic or style of posting isn't working, stay consistent in your communication, and success will come. Don't give up because you have a period of low engagement. What works at some points (like a spray-and-pray approach) might not work in the market today. The platforms change so frequently, study and understand the platforms to know how to present yourself well on the platform. What is your goal with real estate? Determine KPIs and metrics first, then use that information to inform you on which platforms will best help you reach those goals. All realtors have the power of production: Video content is the most powerful form of content you can make it. And, thanks to smartphones, everyone can make compelling and interesting video content. The Conversion Code by Chris Smith is a great book to learn modern lead generation with social media and online presence. Some realtors produce better with a video producer on-hand, while others prefer creating content themselves. Do whatever works best for you. Do you have a video or content idea that is perfect for your business? Share it with Jimmy! Connect with Jimmy Burgess on LinkedIn and Facebook and his YouTube channel.  If you like what you heard today, we'd love it if you'd share a rating or review and then subscribe to the podcast and tell others about it. You can find The Real Estate Sales Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, and our website, The Real Estate Sales Podcast.

    True Crime Obsessed
    245: Wild Crime

    True Crime Obsessed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 47:39


    Harold Henthorn had two wives, 18 years apart. Both women died mysteriously and both times, Harold was the only witness. ALSO each death resulted in massive insurance payouts for Harold. Harold's second wife, Toni, died in a national park. Harold says they had been on a hike, stopped at a scenic overlook, and she fell. But did he push her? When investigators dive into this case, nobody is prepared for what they would find. PATRICK AND GILLIAN ARE BRING TCO LIVE TO LONDON! Come see us Friday, July 22 at Cadogan Hall. GET YOUR TICKETS HERE! LOOKING FOR MORE TCO? On our Patreon feed, you'll find over 300 FULL BONUS episodes to BINGE RIGHT NOW! Including our episode-by-episode coverage of "LuLaRich" "John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise" "Night Stalker" "The Jinx," "Making A Murderer," "The Staircase," "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," "A Wilderness of Error" "The Vow"  "Tiger King" "Don't F**K With Cats," "The Menendez Murders," "The Murder of Laci Peterson," "Casey Anthony: American Murder Mystery," "Serial," "Lorena," "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," "OJ: Made in America" and so many more! JOIN HERE! COME TO OBSESSED FEST!! It's the first-ever OBSESSED NETWORK FAMILY WEEKEND! It's going to be a weekend full of live shows--OWD Friday night, TCO Saturday night (and two non-Obsessed Network live shows as well!), meet & greets, KARAOKE!, meetups, panel chats AND. ONE. INSANE. DRAG. BRUNCH!!! It's all happening at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus, Ohio from September 30 - October 2nd. TICKETS ARE ALMOST GONE!! GET YOUR TICKET

    Start Here
    Attack on a 4th of July Parade

    Start Here

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 25:46


    A gunman unleashes a hail of gunfire on attendees of an Independence Day celebration in Highland Park, Illinois. Akron, Ohio officials impose a curfew as outrage builds over a deadly traffic stop. And a new COVID variant is re-infecting people just weeks after previous symptoms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Axios Today
    A holiday weekend marred by gun violence

    Axios Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 11:12


    Yesterday in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, a gunman opened fire from a rooftop during a 4th of July parade. At least six people were killed. Body camera footage was also released this weekend in the police shooting of a 25-year-old unarmed black man Jaylen Walker in Akron, Ohio. Guests: Jennifer Mascia, news writer and a founding staffer at The Trace, a nonpartisan nonprofit newsroom that reports exclusively on gun violence Credits: Axios Today is produced by Niala Boodhoo, Erica Pandey, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Lydia McMullen-Laird and Alex Sugiura. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at podcasts@axios.com. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go Deeper: 8 Akron, Ohio, police officers placed on leave following killing of Black motorist Highland Park shooting: 6 dead and 2 dozen others likely shot at parade by gunman, who remains at large The Trace Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    MFA Writers
    Taylor Byas — University of Cincinnati

    MFA Writers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 55:27


    On the season 2 finale, Taylor Byas talks to Jared about how her fiction background helps her develop sharp images and accessible lines in her poetry while her poetic knowledge taught her to take more risks in her fiction. She also describes the value of a social media writing community (and how to build one), whether publishing success eliminates imposter syndrome (spoiler: it does not), and how her scholarly studies in her PhD program inform and enrich her creative work (and how to survive the comprehensive exam). MFA Writers will be back in your airwaves in August. Wishing you all a great summer, dear friends, and thank you for listening. Taylor Byas is a Black Chicago native currently living in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she is now a PhD candidate and Yates scholar at the University of Cincinnati, and an Assistant Features Editor for The Rumpus. She is the 1st place winner of the 2020 Poetry Super Highway, the 2020 Frontier Poetry Award for New Poets Contests, the 2021 Adrienne Rich Poetry Prize, and a finalist for the 2020 Frontier OPEN Prize. She is the author of the chapbook Bloodwarm from Variant Lit, a second chapbook, Shutter, from Madhouse Press, and her debut full-length, I Done Clicked My Heels Three Times, forthcoming from Soft Skull Press in Spring of 2023. She is represented by Rena Rossner of the Deborah Harris Agency. Find her at her website www.taylorbyas.com and on Twitter @TaylorByas3. MFA Writers is hosted by Jared McCormack and produced by Jared McCormack and Hanamori Skoblow. New episodes are released every two weeks. You can find more MFA Writers at MFAwriters.com. BE PART OF THE SHOW — Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Podcast Addict. — Submit an episode request. If there's a program you'd like to learn more about, contact us and we'll do our very best to find a guest who can speak to their experience. — Apply to be a guest on the show by filling out our application. STAY CONNECTED Twitter: @MFAwriterspod Instagram: @MFAwriterspodcast Facebook: MFA Writers Email: mfawriterspodcast@gmail.com

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
    Long Distance Investing

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 19:45


    Billy Keels, a regular guy from Columbus, Ohio, started out as a corporate go-getter. He was rejected twice and then did some great luck with commercial real estate investing. Now, Billy is living in Barcelona, Spain, and is a big proponent of passive investing. In this episode, Billy tells his incredible story of how he overcame obstacles to become successful in the Passive Investing world. He explains how he had a problem and tried to look for a solution and ended up investing in real estate, mobile home parks, and commercial properties. Billy also mentions the bonus depreciation rules and how they can use them to reduce taxes on their active income. Finally, Billy emphasized the importance of building relationships and gaining investor trust. He tells the listener that technology has been helpful in this regard, as it allows him to communicate with investors more easily.   Highlights:   [00:00 - 09:56] How to Passive Invest for Financial Freedom Who is Billy Keely Keels Billy talks about his mistakes in investing and how he learned about passive investing. Investing away from home.  He then discusses how passive investing has helped him achieve his personal freedom goals. He also mentioned that he would be able to tap into bonus depreciation rules and use losses against active income to redeploy money into other investments. He is Currently investing passively in Energy sector   [09:56 - 14:35] How to Raise Capital For Your Own Deals or Syndicate  One of the things that Billy started to realize is that there's a mindset different among people in different types of rooms. Living in Europe or other parts of the world doesn't mean your Tax free As an American you have to declare your worldwide income. Making sure you have a team of professionals   to advise you on how to able to do these things For those who want to invest in real estate, there are other vehicles that can help them get to their destination, such as investing in other businesses or using technology It's important to have a team around you to help with various aspects of your investment, and also be available to invest yourself   [20:55 - 22:00] Closing Segment Reach out to Billy Links Below Final Words Resources Mentioned: For Accredited Investors ONLYfirstgencp.com/paylesstax Tweetable Quotes   “As you start to be in different types of rooms, you start to realize that there's a different kind of mindset. There are Different vehicles that I'm comfortable with that help me get to the same destination. And so a lot of times it's a matter of being exposed.”  -  Billy Keels ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Billy by visiting his website www.firstgencp.com Connect with me:   Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Billy Keels: Like, it's really interesting cuz I've been using zoom as a long distance investor for the last 10 years. [00:00:04] Billy Keels: As you start to build relationships. Yes. It's great that you can start with meeting someone on. Maybe you're meet in a chat room or a Facebook group or whatever kind of group but eventually you wanna be able to take that conversation offline,  [00:00:14] Billy Keels: I'm a big believer. If you wanna develop a relationship you have to be willing to put your money where your mouth is. And so you can develop a relationship up until a certain point, but then eventually you need to get on a plane and show other people that you are interested in. Not only building relationships, but also making investments.  [00:00:31] Sam Wilson: Billy keels is just a regular guy from middle class family in Columbus, Ohio, where he grew up knowing nothing about investing Billy. Welcome to  [00:00:50] Billy Keels: the show, Sam. Thanks so much, man. Really looking forward to it. Love your energy, love what you're doing and looking forward to the convers.  [00:00:56] Sam Wilson: In 90 seconds or less. [00:00:58] Sam Wilson: Can you tell me, sir? Where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get  [00:01:01] Billy Keels: there? Yeah, you already told where I started. So originally from Columbus, Ohio product of two, two parents who really worked hard, put a real, real focus on education as a result I actually saw them suffer a lot really because they worked two jobs, blue collar, and they had a lot of different challenges, like paying certain bills. [00:01:18] Billy Keels: I saw them at the end of the month, like, are we gonna pay this bill? Are we gonna pay the other bill? And so I grew up in that environ. We, by the time I was 12, we lived in like three different states, eight or nine different houses. But the focus was always on education. So of course I'm an, a student. [00:01:31] Billy Keels: I really focused on the things that I was supposed to do and what I was told. So went to college, got two degrees. although I did find out what rejection was cause I had my dream job. I was rejected, not once, but twice. I got my college degree and was ready to go there. But at, through that rejection, what it helped me to do is I got a job that I never, ever imagined rejected twice from Proctor and gamble that opened up a door for me, where I had a job, Sam, where by the time I was 26, I'd worked and traveled throughout 58 different countries, which was amazing, opened my mind to doing, seeing different things. [00:02:01] Billy Keels: And what that did is kept me in a corporate career. Although I left the. Moved to Europe. I was supposed to be on a one year sabbatical and that one year sabbatical, interestingly enough, I started in Paris, France, and that started 21 years ago. So that one year sabbatical actually took me from Paris down to a town in the south called Montier. [00:02:20] Billy Keels: I went from there to Italy, started up a sales team, then went back to France and have been living in Barcelona, Spain, where I currently reside since July of 2000. And. I was working as a students do. I was in a corporate role for about 26 years. And recently in December of 2021, no longer part of the corporate world. [00:02:38] Billy Keels: And now am focused on continuing to live the best life that I can through the challenges through dedicating a lot of time and energy to the. The multinational. Now I'm focusing a lot of the time and energy on family, enjoying time with my wife, with my kids. and also getting back to the us more frequently. [00:02:52] Billy Keels: So that's really in like probably 90, a little bit more than 90 seconds. A little bit about the, this guy from Columbus, Ohio, who's now residing in Barcelona. Spain. I  [00:02:59] Sam Wilson: love it. I love it. I think anytime someone becomes well traveled there's there. It just, it does open your mind to so many possibilities in the world. [00:03:06] Sam Wilson: You're like, oh, wait, there's not everybody looks or acts like me. You lose a lot of the prejudices that I think we're taught, over the news and everything else. It's like, man, there's great people, the world  [00:03:15] Billy Keels: over. So yeah. That's and definitely focuses you to challenge the way that you think. [00:03:19] Billy Keels: At this point now, Sam I've loved it so much and I've been challenged so many times about the way that I look. At the world, I've now traveled to 86 different countries. Wow. And my next goal is to get to all seven continents. So I just need to get down to Antarctica, I guess that's, if you talked in the us and in Europe, they don't believe there's seven continents, but that's a whole different conversation. [00:03:36] Billy Keels: We'll talk about that later. in a hundred countries, so that's those are the next two geographical challenges I've put for myself. That is really  [00:03:43] Sam Wilson: cool. You've spent a lot of time in the corporate world, and I know you said you've stepped out as of December, 2021. That's really amazing. [00:03:51] Sam Wilson: You've had your hands though, in commercial real estate in a lot of different ways. Can you give us kind of a breakdown on some of those different ways you've been involved in commercial  [00:03:59] Billy Keels: real estate? Yeah. Sure. Absolutely. So, and I guess the way that I got into real estate was because I got like, I'm an, a student I mentioned before. [00:04:05] Billy Keels: So I did all the things I was told. I was in the, I was investing in my 401k IRA, just maxed out the 401k, rolled into IRA and did all that kind of stuff. And 2000 happened, 2008 happened. I got hit twice. My parents always told me, Billy, look, if something happens once, shame on them, if it happens twice, shame on you. [00:04:20] Billy Keels: I look to invest in real. And initially I read a lot of the books, the rich dad, poor dads, went down those rabbit holes and I saw of a lot of videos and as well. Listen to a lot of podcasts. And I thought I was gonna invest here in Barcelona, Spain, but through a number of different trials and tribulations, and then some pretty good luck. [00:04:38] Billy Keels: I ended up investing in real estate initially back in the us and living in Barcelona, Spain today, I'm a big fan and big proponent of long distance investing, living in one place where you really wanna live and investing where it makes the most sense for you and your capital. And so. Doing this long distance I've invested not only in small multi families own my own mobile home park. [00:04:58] Billy Keels: So very much an active investor made a lot of mistakes. Sam, especially like being long away and not having a network, not necessarily having all the education early on, but what I quickly found was someone because I was working as a, as an executive and a software company, enterprise software company. [00:05:13] Billy Keels: What I quickly realized because I wasn't surrounded by other people that talked about passive investing. I found out that I could literally like invest two, $300,000 with other people. They would do all the work and I could keep doing my job. Right. And so then I found out about passive investing. I started investing in developments like, Marriott and Hilton branded hotels, as well as different, larger multi-family type of opportunities, the two, 300 types, as well as ATM machines and even invested passively in, in energy sector. [00:05:42] Billy Keels: So each time looking to solve different challenges that I was. And each one of those different vehicles is helping me and my family get closer to our ultimate destination, which is to have the personal freedom that we really want. Do you feel  [00:05:54] Sam Wilson: like you've achieved that personal freedom that you were looking for or setting out for you hit that goal yet? [00:05:59] Billy Keels: I'm much further along today than I was before. What I can tell you is that I don't have any desire nor need to go back to a corporate role at this point in time. I feel like the work that I was doing for almost 10 years, because I was working in a highly demanding corporate environment in the it software space, as well as building my business. [00:06:17] Billy Keels: In the evenings in the really early mornings. So that 10 years of work, almost 10 years of work put us in a really good position, meaning me and my family today to not really worry about going back to a corporate environment. However, there's still some things that I want to do with my family and things like that. [00:06:31] Billy Keels: So we're not exactly there yet, but we're pretty darn close.  [00:06:34] Sam Wilson: Right, right. You're not tied to the day to day grind anymore, at least. No, not at all. That's a great place, certainly to be, tell me about this energy sector syndication. You mentioned that I don't even know what that means. Can you tell me what in the world  [00:06:46] Billy Keels: is that? [00:06:46] Billy Keels: Yeah. Yeah, sure. I mean, and you know what and I, one of the things, and this is one of the things that I appreciate about what you do here, Sam, in terms of the education is it's not necessarily always about the. Asset it's the benefits that the asset can provide you. Right? And so one of the things that I was looking for, because someone who was a, I was a high, was a high paid, I was an accredit investor. [00:07:04] Billy Keels: I was a first time accredit investor. So I wasn't surrounded by a lot of other accredit investors growing up. I didn't know even what it was. It took me actually finding a bunch of groups online to go, oh, hang on a second. Like probably six or seven years later, I was like, oh, I could have been investing in these very unique kind of things I didn't even know. [00:07:19] Billy Keels: And so what I've realized is each time I had a problem. I was looking for a solution. I got into real estate because real estate helped me get outta wall street. It helped me to have much more control. The business model was really pretty simple. pay people, paid their rent. You had a bunch of expenses, the insurance the taxes, all that kind of stuff gave you your net operating income than you paid your mortgage. [00:07:38] Billy Keels: And you got to keep the rest. That was simple. Gave me much more control. Then I was looking for more cash. and that found out about, the mobile home park and found out about passive investing and that was happening. But I always had this issue where I was investing in lots of passive. Income type of assets at the same time, because I was a high paid professional and my wife was not someone who could actually have a special IRS designation. [00:08:02] Billy Keels: Neither of the two of us. I still kept paying like 40 plus percent in taxes. And I just thought to myself, well, hang on a second. If there's a way for me to actually free up some of the capital that I'm paying because of my W2 income, then I could keep that income and redeploy it in more tax efficient type of vehicles. [00:08:19] Billy Keels: Real estate, commercial real estate and the other types of things. So that's really where this particular vehicle in the energy space has allowed me as a high pay professional to tap into some of the W2 income the taxes, specifically the tax portion, and be able to keep more of that money to then redeploy it into other things. [00:08:40] Sam Wilson: What does it mean? You said to me, if I said to you, Hey, Billy, I wanna invest in the energy sector. I don't even again where do I start? What's the, what are the nuts and bolts of it?  [00:08:49] Billy Keels: Yeah. So specifically what, one of the things that we look at is it's specifically around carbon capture. So there's equipment that is carbon capture equipment. [00:08:56] Billy Keels: And what that basically does. It car, it captures carbon it's then used in a process for energy companies to produce more oil and gas. From there, basically we're looking at the different types of tax codes. I mean, you can get into a lot of the nuts and bolts. We actually have a guide that we can have people download and they can find out more about that. [00:09:13] Billy Keels: But basically what it is looking at having a working interest. In a particular process from end to end as a result of that and purchasing pieces of equipment. When you put a company together being able to leverage the bonus depreciation rules that currently. And being able to take those losses against active income, which is something that for a lot of highway journals who are not a, have a particular real estate professional designation is one of the things that would allow you to be able to tap into that income. [00:09:41] Billy Keels: Once again, as I mentioned to you before, to then redeploy it into to other types of things. So hopefully that makes it a little bit. Clear in terms of what it is what process it's involved in. And then, if you wanna get into nuts and bolts, it's probably best to download the guide. Yeah. [00:09:53] Sam Wilson: Certainly here at the end of the show, we'll make sure we cover cover where we can get that. that's really cool. I love that. I think that's a lot of what people are hunting for, especially high income earners and syndications in general. It's is there a way to offset, taxes such that we're not just getting hammered? [00:10:06] Sam Wilson: I mean, 40% in taxes. That's  [00:10:08] Billy Keels: brutal, man. Yeah. Yeah. And it was one of those things, Sam, like I was thinking about this and this is just one of the things that as you start to be in different types of rooms, you start to realize that there's a different. Kind of mindset. And so looking to always solve the problem it's to your point, sometimes it's a matter of saying, Hey, listen, I want to invest in more real estate, but I'm kind of tapped out. [00:10:27] Billy Keels: Right. So are there other vehicles that can help you to get you to the destination that you're looking for? I mean, I say it all the time. Like I live. In Barcelona, Spain. , if I wanted to get to my hometown of Columbus, Ohio, I've got a lot of different options, right? I know the destination, but I could actually leave here Barcelona. [00:10:41] Billy Keels: I could get on a bicycle, go to the bicycle, to the train station. I could go from the train station to the airport and I could go from the airport and take a nonstop. Well, I can go to Columbus, but you know what I mean? Right. Could take a nonstop flight from Barcelona, Columbus. That's one option. The other option is I could get here. [00:10:55] Billy Keels: I could get in my car. I could drive to the airport or instead of going to the airport, I go to the train station from the train station. I take a train from here to LIS. From Lisbon, I get on a boat and I go from Lisbon to New York city. And eventually I get to Columbus, Ohio, right. Different vehicles that I'm comfortable with that help me get to the same destination. [00:11:12] Billy Keels: And so a lot of times it's a matter of being exposed. And that's one of the things I love that you do here is you're just giving more exposure to different vehicles that can actually help you get to your destination. Tell  [00:11:23] Sam Wilson: me about the expat life. I mean, we're talking about taxes, expat life. I mean, I've got friends that live, in Puerto Rico cuz they have a, Hey man, we live here cuz we think that they pay like a 4% federal income tax. [00:11:33] Sam Wilson: I mean it's something pretty pretty absurd. But yeah. Tell me, just give us a breakdown, the expat life, especially as it pertains to, I mean, do you raise capital for your own  [00:11:41] Billy Keels: deals as. I do. Yes, I do raise capital for my own deals or syndicate the entire deals together, bring them together and either directly through funds, et cetera. [00:11:49] Billy Keels: But one of the things like, so, yeah, so, so being able to do that, I mean, this is where it's really important, Sam, and I can't reiterate this enough. To have a strong team. Like it is very important to have a team because there are things that you just don't even know. Like a lot of people would think, Hey, listen, if you are living in Europe, well, some people ask me, well, do you have to pay taxes? [00:12:10] Billy Keels: Well, of course you have to declare your taxes because especially if you're a US citizen, you have that passport. One of the things about the internal revenue services that you. As an American citizen, you have to declare your worldwide income. And so when you do that, you have to make sure that the team that is around you is advising you on how to be able to do those things. [00:12:27] Billy Keels: So, and also, I should probably said this before, not giving anybody, any tax advice, not saying anything you and I, you asked me a question, I'm just giving people an example. Right? And so that's one of the things that you need to be aware of when you're outside of the United States. Make sure that you have a team around you, of professionals that understands whether it's your business attorney and your SCC attorney, your CFO, have them around you so that they can understand. [00:12:48] Billy Keels: But specifically as it pertains to us citizens, there is the obligation to, to declare your taxes on worldwide income.  [00:12:55] Sam Wilson: Right, right. that, that was a question. So yeah, you're paying taxes in Europe. You're paying taxes in the us. , that is something certainly to consider. [00:13:02] Sam Wilson: What's it been like raising money overseas for deals you're involved in the state side? Why does or involved in state side? Why does somebody come to Billy and say, Hey, Billy, I wanna invest in you to project in the us. How do you vet the projects? How do you find them? I know you mentioned team, but give us kind of the. [00:13:16] Sam Wilson: Rundown. Yeah, sure,  [00:13:17] Billy Keels: sure. Love the question. So one of the things that happens, and I think a lot of people have realized this, like people talk over zoom and people feel like zoom has only been around for two years. Like, it's really interesting cuz I've been using zoom as a long distance investor for the last 10 years. [00:13:30] Billy Keels: Right. Because. As you start to build relationships. Yes. It's great that you can start with meeting someone on. Maybe you're meet in a chat room or a Facebook group or whatever kind of group and you meet there, but eventually you wanna be able to take that conversation offline, maybe using one of Google meet or zoom or Skype or having those kinds of conversations is great, but eventually. [00:13:50] Billy Keels: I'm a big believer. And if you wanna develop a relationship, Sam, you have to be willing to put your money where your mouth is. And so you can develop a relationship up until a certain point, but then eventually you need to get on a plane and show other people that you are interested in. Not only building relationships, but also making investments. [00:14:06] Billy Keels: And it's no different when it comes to being able to build a community. Being able to gain investor trust, et cetera, et cetera, it's being available so that people can get to know who you are being available through one-on-one chats or doing things like this so they can begin to like you, and then eventually they're gonna need to trust you. [00:14:22] Billy Keels: It's I'm not making up anything new. This has all been around. And so leveraging technology has been one way to be able to do that. And then also I practice what I preach. I am even just in a couple days, I'm getting ready to fly to the US. I was doing that even when I was working in my corporate role, whether it was to go to meet business partners that were managing a property in a certain city, or was meeting with our S E C attorney or was meeting with our business attorney because you have to build the relationship and you have to be there. [00:14:47] Billy Keels: Our business is in the United States. So today, as I did for the previous 10 years, it's about making sure that the business is here because one of the things that I love about real assets is. They're working. And as long as the team is there, they're working for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So it doesn't really literally matter where you live in the world or where you reside or where you travel. [00:15:07] Billy Keels: That's. One of the benefits I think, is to have that geographic freedom, as long as your team understands the benefit that you are working to provide for your investors. then they know what they're doing. They know the location where they're, where they are operating. And then they also know the specific assets that is creating the benefit that we're looking for. [00:15:25] Billy Keels: So hopefully that gives the answer, but it's, not anything that you don't know already, or maybe you've thought well, okay, well, yeah, you're overseas. So maybe it's a little bit different, but I feel like you, you need to be able to put your money where your mouth is and develop the relationship in the way that it is supposed to be developed. [00:15:40] Billy Keels: And. Yourself, as well as your potential investors, the opportunity to meet face to face. Right.  [00:15:45] Sam Wilson: And I think that's one the things you hit on, cuz that's the question I think for a lot of people and obviously on this show, we've had people such as yourself that, live overseas that do investing in the states. [00:15:54] Sam Wilson: And I always get a different answer each time, but I haven't heard this one quite yet, but now that you mention it even going to conferences, this this last spring, I'm like, Hey, wait, you live. London. Hey, wait, you live in, I know where you live, but yet the people are still coming in. [00:16:06] Sam Wilson: They're spending the time to come back and get that face to face time. And I think that's absolutely critical. Yep. When I say strategic planning and tactical execution. Is that part of your plan? What does that mean to you? Can you give us some kind of thoughts behind that when I say those words? [00:16:20] Sam Wilson: Yeah,  [00:16:20] Billy Keels: sure. And then that a lot of that reminds me the 26 years that I was working in a big, large enterprise software companies. Right. Is you always have a strategic plan that is the north star. That is where are you going? To what is the vision? What is the mission, the vision, the value that you have, right? [00:16:35] Billy Keels: Because that. The strategy that you need to be able to put together that is the direction in which you're going then act then afterwards, it's the different tactics and actions that bolt them together, though. That is what are you doing on a quarterly, monthly, weekly, daily, almost hourly cadence to make sure that the activities that you're driving are moving you in the direct. [00:16:59] Billy Keels: Of the strategy that you have not only talked about, but that you've claimed and proclaimed in front of the world or in front of your investors. So that when you say those words, that. What it makes me think about, and it's very similar to what we are doing today in our company, our comp, our goal is to serve 200 accredited investors. [00:17:16] Billy Keels: and what we are doing are doing different strategy or tactics in actions, very similar to you and I talking today, or maybe I'm out traveling to the us, like I'm gonna be doing in just a couple days, or it could be making sure that our email list that we're continuously in contact and that there are different actions and tactics that are supporting the overall. [00:17:36] Billy Keels: I love it.  [00:17:37] Sam Wilson: I love it. I love breaking that down to a granular level where it's like, Hey, here's the plan? And here's the actions we have to take. And is what I'm doing. That question you asked is what I'm doing, supporting my strategic plan. And if it's not, well, it's probably time to revamp, what you're doing. [00:17:51] Sam Wilson: So exactly, absolutely love it. Billy. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show today and share, certainly have enjoyed it. Love all the ways that you've shared with us on everything from energy sector, syndications, to investing from overseas building teams. Man you've done a lot and I certainly appreciate you. [00:18:07] Sam Wilson: And the wisdom you've shared with us today, before I forget we did have that free download. You wanna talk about on the energy sector investments? Is there a good  [00:18:14] Billy Keels: place to find that? Yeah, sure, absolutely. You can. You can find that at first gen cp.com/payless tax, once again, that's first gen cp.com. [00:18:24] Billy Keels: Forward slash pay less tax. I should have mentioned one thing earlier, which is really important to to talk about as well. that particular opportunity is for accredited investors only. So it is a, what we say a 5 0 6 C. So it is for accredited investors, only happy for people to be more informed, but it is specifically for those individuals that meet the the accredited investor criteria. [00:18:42] Sam Wilson: Right. Fantastic. And I'm assuming that's the best place to find you. And if it's not, what is the best place to get ahold of you, Billy, if our listeners wanna get in  [00:18:47] Billy Keels: touch? Sure. First gencp.com is the place that is where you can go and find out more about us. Like you said first gen.com/uh, Payless tax is a place. [00:18:56] Billy Keels: If you wanna find out more about the energy sector and then also Sam, I love connecting with people on LinkedIn as well. So I would recommend that you connect with me there. I think I'm the only Billy keels in Barcelona, Spain. And if you could do me a favor and just let me know that you've already. [00:19:08] Billy Keels: Sam and I, having this conversation just makes our conversation even that much easier. So, and Sam, I really appreciate the opportunity to share a bit of my story with you and your entire audience today. Billy.  [00:19:17] Sam Wilson: Thank you so much. Enjoy the rest of your day. You too   

    Our American Stories
    How Duke's Coach K Was Almost Fired in 1983 and The Unexpected Visitors of Toledo

    Our American Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 38:16


    On this episode of Our American Stories, John Feinstein tells us the story of how Duke University's legendary basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski almost didn't become who he is today. Tedd Long of Holy Toledo History tells the story of three famous and unexpected visitors to Toledo, Ohio. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate) Time Codes: 00:00 - How Duke's Coach K Was Almost Fired in 1983 35:00 - The Unexpected Visitors of Toledo  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.