Nik Blosser has held jobs at the highest levels of the state and federal government. He served at Gov. Kate Brown's Chief of Staff for over three years, and then went on to serve as Deputy Cabinet Secretary and Special Assistant to President Joe Biden. Recently, he returned to Oregon to work as vice president for public policy, communications and public affairs at PGE. In this episode, we ask Nik about what the Governor's chief of staff actually does--and how they navigate the challenging decisions that fall on their desk. We revisit some of the most difficult moments of the Kate Brown Administration, including COVID-19 and wildfires. We also ask Nik about what it's like working at the federal level. As you might have expected, there is also some time spent on fun stories from earlier days of Oregon politics.
Hospice care and palliative care are closely related and sometimes overlapping, but both of these areas of medical care still greatly misunderstood. This episode focuses on hospice care. For a better understanding of this important and vital ministry and form of care I turn to the Reverends Leah Brown, Kelly Belcher, and Jody Griffin. Leah Brown is Associate Pastor, Pastoral Care at First Baptist Church, Asheville, North Carolina. She joined the FBCA staff in 2008 and was ordained in 2010. She coordinates and provides pastoral care for the congregation. Leah graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from UNC-Asheville. She received her Master of Social Work from UNC-Chapel Hill and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Her clinical focus is aging and end-of-life care. Leah worked as a hospice social worker at CarePartners Hospice and Palliative Care from 1994-2007. Kelly Belcher is an ordained minister and endorsed chaplain with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. She works as a hospice chaplain in Asheville, North Carolina Jody was a United States Army Reserve Chaplain with the 167TH Military Police Battalion and a Retired North Carolina Army National Guard Chaplain serving in United States Army and Navy confinement facilities. From 2016-2022 he was a community funded chaplain at Avery-Mitchell Correctional Institution. He is currently the pastor of Central Baptist Church, Spruce Pine, North Carolina and chaplain at Medi Hospice, Boone, North Carolina.
Border enforcement officials apprehended more than three dozen people named on the federal terrorism watchlist at the US-Mexico frontier in the final three months of 2022 — after a record number of terror suspects were caught in the 12 months ending Sept. 30 last year. In pointed language, federal regulators rebuffed a request Tuesday from the operator of California's last nuclear power plant that could have smoothed its pathway to securing a longer operating life for its twin reactors. A California teacher named Olivia Garrison bragged about helping students hide their social transitions from parents Monday. The National Rifle Association (NRA) called California Gov. Gavin Newsom a hypocrite for saying the Second Amendment is becoming a "suicide pact" while walking on the street with what appeared to be armed guards. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Growing Pains with Nicholas Flores
Nick sits down with "public meeting enthusiast" Kent Sawatzky to discuss offshore wind farms, consumerism, the push to turn everything electric, Arcata's $3.9 million settlement and more! 0:00 | Start 5:18 | Creating jobs for Humboldt County 8:59 | Do we have an overpopulation problem? 15:58 | Ethos in Mexico vs U.S. 21:06 | PG&E's stranglehold on California 24:13 | Banning gas stoves and gas-powered cars 30:37 | Humboldt offshore wind farm 36:48 | Consumerism today 48:12 | Humboldt County Planning Commissioner debacle 58:11 | $3.9 million Arcata trailhead settlement 1:04:07 | Bacon press
In this episode, my guest, Dr. Caroline Knox, helps us understand palliative care as a developing area in medical care. Dr. Knox is a graduate of Wesleyan University and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She trained in Family Medicine at St. Mary's Family Medicine Residency in Grand Junction, CO. She was a general practitioner in New Zealand before pursuing further training in Palliative Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. Dr. Knox has practiced palliative medicine at Mission Hospital since moving to Asheville with her family in 2014. The intro and outro music for this episode is from a clip of a song called 'Father Let Your Kingdom Come' which is found on The Porter's Gate Worship Project Work Songs album and is used by permission by The Porter's Gate Worship Project.
Happy 2023 from PGE! The end of the year was quite wild in Metsland. Carlos Correa maybe sorta failed his Mets physical, or at least the Mets have concerns similar to the concerns that caused the Giants to back out of his initial contract. There's been almost dead silence about it over the holidays, and this week we dive into what we know and try to make sense out of it. Plus, other news and notes we haven't talked about yet. James McCann is an Oriole. Dom Smith is a National. And, should the Mets trade Eduardo Escobar or Luis Guillorme or neither if they do make the Correa signing official? Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sam-lebowitz9/support
On Dec. 6, 2002, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced the launch of a pre-enrollment website for customers interested in joining the company's upcoming Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) pilot program. Learn more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/patrick-ball/message
Welcome back to another episode of the pod! This week, we sat down with Neha Palmer, CEO and Co-founder of Terawatt Infrastructure. Check out the show notes below: * (0:00-13:00) Getting DER-pilled at PG&E, favorite DER, extra-curricular activities and protecting powDER, Neha's ideal last job, and hottest energy takes* (13:00- 22:30) The Terrawatt Infrastructure pitch, EV charging for fleets and what's special about Terrawatt's model * (22:30- 32:00) Location, location, location and optimization, optimization, optimization, rise of the electrocartographer* (32:00-42:10) Overcoming the interconnection challenge, balancing growth and reliability in the process* (42:10-52:10) What electrification means for how companies run their EV fleets and where hydrogen fits in, plans beyond EVs * (52:10-56:01) Energy czar of America, and dope or nope* (56:01-59:30) Big Shouts to Keyframe, Vision Ridge, and the youths. Plus interconnection analysts, Twitter and Terrawatt Friendly reminder that you can always find us on Spotify, iTunes, or your favorite podcast player. Thanks for listening! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit dertaskforcenews.substack.com/subscribe
I had interviewed Stephen and Rachel Mosley as a part of the Foundling House Interview (PGE 33) and wanted to do a full episode on their music. Rachel and Stephen Mosley met in a freshman year high school geography class sometime late last century. Married for twenty years, they've just recently begun to write and perform their own earthy, soft brand of folk, and to share it beyond their own front porch. Their music is heavily influenced by whatever they're reading – Flannery O'Connor, Wendell Berry, and G.K. Chesterton are favorites – as well by their five wild and unruly red-headed children. You can learn more about Stephen and Rachel at themosleysmusic.com. The songs heard on this episode, 'It'll All Work Out,' 'Brighter Days,' 'Quiet on the Porch,' and 'Running Out the Road,' come from their album, Ordinary Time and are used by permission. Rachel, Inspired by her artistic, book-loving family, discovered her love of children's illustration and was delighted to find that she has a real knack for it. She uses a combination of hand drawing and digital illustration in her work, and loves to experiment with new and unique printing processes. As the proud mom of five little citizens of the world, her work is particularly inspired by travel, nature and classic children's literature. You can learn more about Rachel's work at rachelmosley.com. The intro and outro music for this episode is from a clip of a song called 'Father Let Your Kingdom Come' which is found on The Porter's Gate Worship Project Work Songs album and is used by permission by The Porter's Gate Worship Project.
Este lunes, PSOE y Unidas Podemos registrarán las enmiendas al delito de malversación. Lo hacen en medio de un clima político cada vez más crispado y con el PP reclamando un adelanto electoral aunque sin llegar a la moción de censura que propone Vox; este lunes los PGE pasan su primer examen en el Senado, donde se debatirán sus vetos que presumiblemente se rechazarán; en Perú, la presidenta Boluarte pedirá al Congreso un adelanto electoral tras las protestas en las que fallecieron dos personas y que también llegaron al Parlamento, donde un diputado presidencialista agredió a uno de la oposición por la espalda; y en Europa, una de las 14 vicepresidentas de la Eurocámara ha sido detenida por, presuntamente, aceptar sobornos de Qatar para beneficiar al país.
In our final episode of our seven-part series covering insights from NALP's 2022 PDI conference, Sigalle interviews Paula Edgar, civic leader and CEO of PGE Consulting Group. Paula shares her journey from practicing labor and employment law to founding PGE consulting. Through deep involvement with law firms, nonprofits, bar associations, and law schools, she expanded her network while identifying the specific professional development and DEI needs of the legal industry. Paula's interview is full of thoughtful insights including wellness, servant leadership, and how leadership requires a human-centered approach. Visit https://www.paulaedgar.com/ to learn more. National Association for Law Placement NALP is an association of over 2,500 legal career professionals who advise law students, lawyers, law offices, and law schools in North America and beyond. The Professional Development Institute (PDI) is an annual conference that delivers timely and substantive programming for all involved in lawyer training and professional development. Visit https://www.nalp.org to learn more.
Palladium One Mining is focused on discovering environmentally and socially conscious Metals for Green Transportation. A Canadian mineral exploration and development company, Palladium One is targeting district-scale, platinum-group-element (PGE)-copper-nickel deposits in Canada and Finland. The Läntinen Koillismaa (LK) Project in north-central Finland, is a PGE-copper-nickel project that has existing NI43-101 Mineral Resources, while both the Tyko and Canalask high-grade nickel-copper projects are located in Ontario and the Yukon, Canada, respectively.
Nordic Nickel Limited (ASX:NNL) holds a district-scale landholding of highly prospective nickel sulphide tenements in the world-class Central Lapland Greenstone Belt (CLGB) of Finland. The CLGB hosts several Tier-1 deposits including Agnico-Eagle's 6.9Moz Kittilӓ gold mine, Boliden's 307Mt Kevitsa nickel-copper-gold open pit mine and Anglo American's high-grade 44Mt Sakatti copper-nickel-PGE underground development project.Nordic Nickel is focused on the advanced Pulju Project, where historical drilling has confirmed widespread nickel sulphide mineralisation, and the earlier-stage Maaninkijoki 3 (MJ3) Project. In partnership with local stakeholders, Nordic Nickel will utilise best-practice, modern exploration techniques on drill ready targets, with the aim of expanding known mineralisation and making new discoveries.
Katherine Blunt covers renewable energy and utilities for The Wall Street Journal. Her team's reporting on PG&E has been honored with a Barlett & Steele award for business investigative journalism, the Thomas L. Stokes award for energy and environmental reporting, and was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2020. Her latest book is titled California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas and Electric- and What It Means for America's Power Grid.
A happy belated Thanksgiving and welcome back to yet another PGE! This week Sam and Jack take on perhaps the scariest thing a baseball fan can face: an empty, boring week in the offseason. Even with not much concrete in the way of news, we found 90 minutes worth of content! It's good stuff, we promise. For instance, the Mets brought some depth arms in. Elieser Hernandez and Jeff Brigham don't seem too interesting -- but Jack thinks he's found something interesting about them. Likewise, we discuss if and how the Mets should tackle the rest of the bullpen (e.g., Adam Ottavino, Tommy Kahnle). The Mets also shook up their dugout coaching staff slightly. Let's talk about it. Then, Sam and Jack look back on some preseason predictions. Who was right? Who was wrong? Who took a giant L? Plus, eulogizing Dom Smith's Mets career. Enjoy the episode! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sam-lebowitz9/support
Join host Fred Munroe as he speaks with guests California Assemblymember Jordan Cunningham, and Suzanne Hosn, Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications for PG&E, and lead spokesperson for the Diablo Canyon Power Plant. They will discuss what prompted the change in plans regarding the power plant, and the steps needed to keep the Diablo Canyon Power Plant open.You are invited to listen, learn, and participate in the conversation, between 1-2 pm. Call in and be part of the discussion at (805) 549-8855 or email questions to email@example.com.Broadcast date: 11/17/22Central Coast Voices is sponsored by ACTION for Healthy Communities in collaboration with KCBX.
A native of Nottingham, England, Dr. Darren J. N. Middleton received his Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from the University of Manchester, his Master of Philosophy in Modern Christian Doctrine from the University of Oxford, and his Ph.D. in Literature and Theology from the University of Glasgow. After teaching five years at Rhodes College and a 24 year tenure at Texas Christian University, Dr. Middleton is now Professor of Literature and Theology at and Director of Baylor University's Baylor Interdisciplinary Core (BIC). He is here to share with us some of the range of his work, but especially to talk about his most recent book, The Writer and the Cross: Interviews with Authors of Christian Historical Fiction. Darren is author or editor of a dozen books, and over 50 articles and book chapters, addressing such varied subjects as Greek writer Nikos Kazantzakis, Japanese author Shusaku Endo, English novelist Graham Greene, and American writer Cormac McCarthy, along with studies of the Rastafari, an interest growing out of childhood friendship with Jamaican immigrants to his hometown. Among Darren books are Theology After Reading: Christian Imagination and the Power of Fiction, Novel Theology: Nikos Kazantzakis's Encounter with Whiteheadian Process Theism, Rastafari and the Arts: An Introduction, and Mother Tongue Theologies: Poets, Novelists, Non-Western Christianity. The intro and outro music for this episode is from a clip of a song called 'Father Let Your Kingdom Come' which is found on The Porter's Gate Worship Project Work Songs album and is used by permission by The Porter's Gate Worship Project.
Economía para quedarte sin amigos
Economía Para Quedarte Sin Amigos analiza las cuentas del Ministerio de Defensa. Y pide un incremento en la partida más impopular de los PGE.
Carmen Tomás comenta toda la actualidad económica centrada en los PGE de 2023 con Israel García Juez y Javier Santa Cruz.
La prensa recoge cómo Sánchez elimina el delito de sedición a cambio de que sus socios separatistas y proetarras apoyen los PGE.
Federico analiza cómo Sánchez consigue sacar sus PGE gracias a los votos de ERC y Bildu a cambio de eliminar el delito de sedición.
Federico analiza cómo el Gobierno aprobó de madrugada en el Congreso los PGE y la eliminación del delito de sedición.
El Gobierno de Pedro Sánchez logra los apoyos necesarios para sacar adelante los Presupuestos, de nuevo con el apoyo independentista
This episode is the second interview with and about Christians in social work. The last episode focused upon the practitioners perspective. This episode focuses on the academic perspective. I am honored to have as my guests for this conversation Dr. Tanya Smith Brice, Dr. Jon E. Singletary, and Dr. Laine Scales. Tanya is Vice President of Education at the Council on Social Work Education. Previously, she served as the Dean of the College of Professional Studies at Bowie State University and the Dean of the School of (Education) Health and Human Services at Benedict College. She has served on the faculties of the University of South Carolina, Abilene Christian University, and Baylor University. Her research centers on addressing issues of structural violence specifically as it relates to the impact of those structures on African American people. Her publications focus on the development of the social welfare system by African American women for African American children and documents structural barriers to African American families. She provides consultation to community organizations, religious institutions, and educational institutions on the impact of their policies on African American families. She has taught and lectured all over the USA, as well as in the countries of Ghana, Sweden, Uganda, Colombia and the Republic of Moldova. Jon was appointed dean of the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work in 2016 after having served as Associate Dean since 2011. He has held the Diana R. Garland Endowed Chair in Child and Family Studies in the School since 2010 and first joined the faculty in 2003. Jon directed the Baylor Center for Family and Community Ministries. In the Center, he helped lead $2 million of grant-related activities focused on studying congregational ministries that serve low-income communities. His scholarship has focused on a range of Christian ministries, including family-based care for orphans and vulnerable children in Sub-Saharan Africa. More recently, his research has focused on Christian contemplative practices and the Enneagram as a tool for spiritual formation. Related to that research, Jon is the author of Leadership by the Number: Using the Enneagram to Strengthen Educational Leadership. Before coming to Baylor, he served as a Mennonite Pastor and a community organizer in Richmond, VA. Laine is Professor and PhD Program Co-Director for the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work. She completed 15 years as Associate Dean in Baylor's Graduate School from 2004-2019. Her scholarly work led to her appointment as co-director of Baptist Scholars International Roundtable (BSIR). Laine is the author of Doing the Word: Southern Baptists' Carver School of Church Social and its Predecessors, 1907-1997 (UT Press) and co-author/co-editor of several works, including the 6th Edition of Christianity and Social Work: Readings in the Integration of Christian Faith and Social Work Practice, and Christian Faith and University Life: Stewards of the Academy. Her research interests include doctoral education, history of Baptist women in social work and missions, and rural social work. Laine's research on historical settlement houses led her to establish Good Neighbor Settlement House in Waco Texas, a social innovation experiment in nurturing community through an intergenerational experience of the arts, music, education, recreation, and worship. The intro and outro music for this episode is from a clip of a song called 'Father Let Your Kingdom Come' which is found on The Porter's Gate Worship Project Work Songs album and is used by permission by The Porter's Gate Worship Project.
Top Stories- A man is fighting for his life after he was shot in East Bakersfield- The family of a mother-of-three who was hit and killed in southwest Bakersfield Friday night, is pleading for the drivers who hit her to come forward- We are still waiting to hear from PG&E on why power was out for more than 50,000 homes and businesses in Bakersfield early Saturday
THE THESIS: Heidi and I believe there is room for a conversational Podcast that looks at news with God's Word at the Center. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: The Pelosis and the other elites have been left to their own devices and we see the fruits that result. When nothing is forbidden, all is allowed. Romans 1:2828 Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done.THE NEWS & COMMENT:Heidi Harris ShowSome of the official explanations on what we are to believe occurred[AUDIO] - SF Police say Paul Pelosi and the attacker were both holding hammers; The man waited until police arrived to attack, and he did it using Paul Pelosi's hammer [AUDIO] - MORE: “The suspect was arrested in his underwear” and authorities have found an anti-government manifestoBREAKING: SFPD reveal suspect in attack of Paul Pelosi, say motive is unknown - "Our officers observed Mr. Pelosi and the suspect both holding a hammer. The suspect pulled the hammer away from Mr. Pelosi and violently assaulted him with it."Forget the fact that San Francisco has thousands of people addled by drug-induced psychosis running around, put aside the fact that they instantly release dangerous people and refuse to arrest people for many serious crimes. None of that could be a contributing factor according to a piece it took three authors at the Washington Post to write. What is the issue? It's the “Fire Nancy Pelosi” campaign I lead in Washington, D.C. over TWELVE YEARS AGO!Vanity Fair was fine with Nancy Pelosi threatening to punch a sitting President. She has doubled-down on that. Speaking of stoking violence, like Mother like Daughter . . . (this was deleted from Twitter, by the way). Nancy Pelosi's daughter is not alone. There are so many questions, like this one: have you ever heard of a home invasion robber allowing the victim to take a bathroom break? Here's another: since the alleged home invader allowed Paul Pelosi to take a bathroom break, why did he not lock himself in the bathroom? This is a good question: why didn't the “unknown party” call the cops? Was Paul Pelosi not screaming for help? Was he not struggling with the “home invader?” Of course, the media didn't--and doesn't--care about these details. They are busy telling us what this means. [AUDIO] - The Young Turks say Paul Pelosi's attacker probably has "far right motivations" and follows Tucker Carlson. The suspect sounds like a sad mess who needs our prayers. He doesn't seem like a person who could have any type of cogent ideology. Pelosi Attack Suspect Was A Psychotic Homeless Addict Estranged From His Pedophile Lover & Their Children; Berkeley resident David DePape was more in the grip of drug-induced psychosis than ideology-induced fanaticism.David Depape, Paul Pelosi Suspect: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowFBI visits Berkeley home tied to Pelosi beating suspect. The Victorian is dubbed a “hippie collective” by neighbors - Public safety and investigative reporter for NBC Bay Area covering Millennium Tower, PG&E, Bay Bridge and other stories about critical local infrastructure - Jaxon Van Derbeken[AUDIO] - Man who broke into Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco home and assaulted her husband with a hammer is an illegal alien homeless man and nudist from Canada who should've been deported but wasn't because San Fran is a sanctuary city. Of course, this could all be settled by releasing the videos. Do you think that will happen?We're never going to get the 14,000 hours of video from Pelosi and her neighbors' overlapping security cameras from that evening
La célèbre boulangerie est en difficulté financière : un PGE à rembourser, des coûts de matières premières en hausse, une chute de la clientèle touristique à Paris. C'est d'ailleurs un des points communs entre plusieurs grands noms de la gastronomie française qui sont un peu trop devenues des marques à destination des visiteurs étrangers. Ecoutez L'éco & You avec Martial You du 02 novembre 2022
THE THESIS: The fact that the Mockingbird Media has absolutely no interest in the details of the Paul Pelosi case, but has an obsession with telling us what it means--”MAGA did it!”--proves once again that journalists are the ones killing journalism. But, there is something deeper to this, the zeal The Left has to defend any and all things done and said by clearly immoral, self-dealing and evil-doing people like the Pelosi's whose finances alone mock all that The Left claims to value. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: Nancy Pelosi pretends to be the people's representative. I am told by a Congresswoman, Pelosi crosses herself before voting for more abortions. She pretends the Bible is silent on killing babies and that Jesus would force people to get injected. Matthew 7:15-20True and False Prophets15 “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. 16 By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? 17 Likewise, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. 18 A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. 20 Thus, by their fruit you will recognize them.Paul Pelosi apparently runs the Pelosi family's insider-trading schemes.The Lord abhors using power to immorally gain moneyExodus 23:8“You shall not take a bribe, for a bribe blinds the clear-sighted and subverts the cause of the just.THE NEWS & COMMENT:Some of the official explanations on what we are to believe occurred[AUDIO] - SF Police say Paul Pelosi and the attacker were both holding hammers; The man waited until police arrived to attack, and he did it using Paul Pelosi's hammer [AUDIO] - MORE: “The suspect was arrested in his underwear” and authorities have found an anti-government manifestoBREAKING: SFPD reveal suspect in attack of Paul Pelosi, say motive is unknown - "Our officers observed Mr. Pelosi and the suspect both holding a hammer. The suspect pulled the hammer away from Mr. Pelosi and violently assaulted him with it."Forget the fact that San Francisco has thousands of people addled by drug-induced psychosis running around, put aside the fact that they instantly release dangerous people and refuse to arrest people for many serious crimes. None of that could be a contributing factor according to a piece it took three authors at the Washington Post to write. What is the issue? It's the “Fire Nancy Pelosi” campaign I lead in Washington, D.C. over TWELVE YEARS AGO!Vanity Fair was fine with Nancy Pelosi threatening to punch a sitting President. She has doubled-down on that. Speaking of stoking violence, like Mother like Daughter . . . (this was deleted from Twitter, by the way). Nancy Pelosi's daughter is not alone. There are so many questions, like this one: have you ever heard of a home invasion robber allowing the victim to take a bathroom break? Here's another: since the alleged home invader allowed Paul Pelosi to take a bathroom break, why did he not lock himself in the bathroom? This is a good question: why didn't the “unknown party” call the cops? Was Paul Pelosi not screaming for help? Was he not struggling with the “home invader?” Of course, the media didn't--and doesn't--care about these details. They are busy telling us what this means. [AUDIO] - The Young Turks say Paul Pelosi's attacker probably has "far right motivations" and follows Tucker Carlson. The suspect sounds like a sad mess who needs our prayers. He doesn't seem like a person who could have any type of cogent ideology. Pelosi Attack Suspect Was A Psychotic Homeless Addict Estranged From His Pedophile Lover & Their Children; Berkeley resident David DePape was more in the grip of drug-induced psychosis than ideology-induced fanaticism.David Depape, Paul Pelosi Suspect: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowFBI visits Berkeley home tied to Pelosi beating suspect. The Victorian is dubbed a “hippie collective” by neighbors - Public safety and investigative reporter for NBC Bay Area covering Millennium Tower, PG&E, Bay Bridge and other stories about critical local infrastructure - Jaxon Van Derbeken[AUDIO] - Man who broke into Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco home and assaulted her husband with a hammer is an illegal alien homeless man and nudist from Canada who should've been deported but wasn't because San Fran is a sanctuary city. Of course, this could all be settled by releasing the videos. Do you think that will happen?We're never going to get the 14,000 hours of video from Pelosi and her neighbors' overlapping security cameras from that evening
Happy 100th, PGE! To celebrate, we're running it back with the same raucous duo of guests from Episode 86 back in July: screen printing princess Abigail Noy and wordsmith and e-mongrel Richard Staff! Listen as Sam, Jack, Abigail, and Rich try to stay on topic through more than 100 minutes of content for the Pod's 100th episode. Featured within this utter(ly entertaining) mess are conversations about Jeff McNeil's hero arc, why Bryce Harper and the Phillies are so darn likeable right now, why the possibility of them winning the World Series makes us less angry than other recent NL East champions, and (perhaps most importantly) which Muppets characters we would cast as this band of Fightin' Phillies. In retrospect, we did talk about the Phillies a lot this episode. We promise it's still a Mets pod. We talked about Todd Frazier too! Also, stick around to hear Richard reveal the topic of his next big longform article! We are the first place he's talked about it in detail, which is pretty cool! Be sure to check his Twitter out @RichardStaff, although we're sure you already follow it. Likewise, you simply must check out Abigail's screen printing business. Visit sypatheticinker.com to see her designs and buy shirts! There may even be a discount code buried toward the end of the episode, if you stick around! Enjoy the episode, Mets fans. We'll see you in 101! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sam-lebowitz9/support
The teaching of Jewish and Christian scripture, and for Christians, particularly the example and teachings of Jesus, Paul, and the first writers of Christian scripture have emphasized the mandate to care for people. Some of the roots of the caring efforts of social work are in the Jewish/Christian tradition. There is much parallel and overlap between social work and Judaism and Christianity. Some of Christianity's most important and effective ministries are done by Christians in social work. This episode and the next seeks to give us a better understanding of social work and its relationship with Christianity. We will explore this relationship from two perspectives--that of practitioners and that of scholars. The engagement in scholarship and in practice really is not separated in my guests. They each participate in both areas, but for conversational purposes, we make the distinction. This episode focuses on the practitioners. My guest are Dr. Rick Chamiec-Case, Lauren 'Lo' Reliford, and Dr. Lloyd Gestoso. Rick is currently a self-employed faith-based nonprofit consultant. Before becoming self-employed, from 1988-1998 Rick was Director of Services and then Senior Vice President of Always Reaching for Independence. From 2006-2008 he was Assistant Professor of Social Work at Calvin College. And, from 1997-2021 Rick was Executive Director of North American Association of Christians in Social Work. Lauren 'Lo' is the Political Director for Sojourners. Prior to coming to Sojourners, with over ten years of research, policy, advocacy, and government relations, Lo worked in domestic and international public health advocacy for a number of large nonprofit organizations. At Sojourners, Lo is responsible for developing and implementing Sojourners' policy strategy, positioning, framing, messaging, and advocacy for outreach and impact on Capitol Hill and the presidential administration. Lloyd has served in contexts dealing with child welfare and those living with opioid addiction and HIV/AIDS. He served in several hospitals and was the director of social services of a front-line AIDS housing/hospice serving the neediest people dying of AIDS in the Philadelphia region. Lloyd then transitioned to teaching undergraduate social work students leading a Department of Social Work which later became a School of Social Work with the addition of a Master of Social Work Program. After 23 years of academic life, Lloyd was appointed as the current Executive Director of the North American Association of Christians in Social Work. The intro and outro music for this episode is from a clip of a song called 'Father Let Your Kingdom Come' which is found on The Porter's Gate Worship Project Work Songs album and is used by permission by The Porter's Gate Worship Project.
EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
Show #1637 Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Friday 28th October, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. The podcast this month is sponsored by &Charge. This week they have a high-level reward on IONITY chargers, meaning for answering 5 quick questions about the charge location your be paid 10km per station, 60km can be redeemed for £5 credits in Amazon voucher, Or Solving 6 IONITY challenges equals a £5 Octopus voucher! That's for any challenge you solve at IONITY stations – even if charger works perfectly or you detect an issue, which will be reported to IONITY for a fix. Download the &charge app now. TESLA'S MODEL Y TOPS NEW CAR REGISTRATIONS IN EUROPE IN SEPTEMBER - REPORT Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/teslas-model-y-tops-new-car-registrations-europe-september-report-2022-10-27/ KAMALA HARRIS ANNOUNCES $1 BILLION IN GRANTS FOR ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES Original Source : https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/watch-kamala-harris-announces-1-billion-in-grants-for-electric-school-buses STUDY: LAMPPOST CHARGERS ARE THE LOWEST-CARBON SOLUTION FOR ON-STREET CHARGING Original Source : https://chargedevs.com/newswire/study-lamppost-chargers-are-the-lowest-carbon-solution-for-on-street-charging/ MERCEDES-BENZ: CHINA CAR PRICES 'WELL-SUPPORTED' AFTER TESLA PRICE CUT Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/26/mercedes-benz-china-car-prices-well-supported-after-tesla-price-cut.html ELECTRIC VEHICLES: THE 3 MAIN FACTORS HOLDING BACK SALES Original Source : https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/10/ev-sales-charging-infrastructure-transport-sector-sustainable/ PG&E VEHICLE-TO-GRID EXPORT RATE FOR COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC VEHICLES Original Source : https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221026005808/en/PGE-to-Offer-Nation%E2%80%99s-First-Vehicle-To-Grid-Export-Rate-for-Commercial-Electric-Vehicles A PEEK AT TESLA'S SINGLE PIECE FRONT CASTING FOR THE MODEL Y Original Source : https://www.notateslaapp.com/news/1037/a-peek-at-tesla-s-single-piece-front-casting-for-the-model-y TESLA OFFERING AUTOPILOT CAMERA UPGRADES TO OWNERS WITH FSD CAPABILITY Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-autopilot-camera-updgrades-full-self-driving/ US MILITARY TESTS AMERICAN-MADE ELECTRIC MOTORBIKES FOR TACTICAL USE Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/10/27/us-special-operations-military-electric-moped-huck-cycles-overland/ NATIONAL ELECTRIC VEHICLE TRAINING CENTER COMING TO OHIO Original Source : https://spectrumnews1.com/oh/columbus/news/2022/10/26/national-electric-vehicle-training-center-coming-to-ohio BP PULSE TO LAUNCH GIGAHUB EV FAST-CHARGING HUBS Original Source : https://www.bp.com/en_us/united-states/home/news/press-releases/bp-pulse-to-launch-gigahub-ev-fast-charging-hubs-for-ride-hail-fleet-charging-near-airports-and-other-high-demand-us-locations.html OCTOPUS ENERGY GENERATION FUNDS EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE NORTH OF ENGLAND Original Source : https://octopus.energy/press/octopus-energy-generation-funds-ev-charging-infrastructure-in-the-north-of-england/ NIO TO ALLOW OWNERS TO SWAP BATTERY PACKS FOR DIFFERENT CAPACITY IN CHINA Original Source : https://cnevpost.com/2022/10/27/nio-to-allow-owners-to-swap-battery-packs-for-different-capacity-in-china/ GENERAL MOTORS DELAYS US ELECTRIFICATION GOALS BY HALF A YEAR Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/10/27/general-motors-delays-us-electrification-goals-by-half-a-year/ 2023 HYUNDAI IONIQ 5, IONIQ 6 CUT REAL-WORLD FAST-CHARGING TIME Original Source : https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1137628_2023-hyundai-ioniq-5-ioniq-6-cut-real-world-fast-charging-time QUESTION OF THE WEEK QOTW is taking a break for a while. Email your answers to: firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK OCTOPUS ELECTRIC UNIVERSE - GLOBAL PUBLIC CHARGING MADE SIMPLE WITH ONE APP AND ONE MAP. MILLBROOKCOTTAGES.CO.UK – 5* LUXURY COTTAGES IN DEVON, JUMP IN THE HOT TUB WHILST YOUR EV CHARGES
Federico comenta la desastrosa oposición a Pedro Sánchez por parte de la derecha y otros asuntos de la actualidad.
Federico comenta el problema clave de los PGE de Sánchez y otros asuntos de la actualidad.
Federico comenta cómo el Gobierno no va a hacer caso a las enmiendas a los PGE de Sánchez y otros asuntos de la actualidad.
Federico comenta la situación de los PGE y cómo presiona ERC para aprobarlos.
Palladium One Mining Inc. (TSXV: PDM) is focused on discovering environmentally and socially conscious Metals for Green Transportation. A Canadian mineral exploration and development company, Palladium One is targeting district scale, platinum-group-element (PGE)-copper-nickel deposits in leading mining jurisdictions. Its flagship project is the Läntinen Koillismaa (LK) Project in north-central Finland, which is ranked by the Fraser Institute as one of the world's top countries for mineral exploration and development. LK is a PGE-copper-nickel project that has existing Mineral Resources. PDM's second project is the 2020 Discovery of the Year Award winning Tyko Project, a high-grade sulphide, copper-nickel project located in Canada.
Federico analiza con Girauta y Jano García la debilidad del Gobierno con los PGE y cómo Illa se convierte en la muleta del separatismo.
Flowing East and West: The Perfectly Imperfect Journey to a Fulfilled Life
Vanessa Loder has been on a journey of self awareness, from playing on the soccer field as a teen and college student, to graduating at the top of her class at an Ivy League, to finding herself, in full business attire, sneaking out of her downtown San Francisco office to attend a hypnosis and past life seminar. Along the way, she fine-tuned her ability to pay attention to what she calls the “sacred breadcrumbs,” giving her insight into her true heart's desire. Please listen in as Vanessa shares her perfectly imperfect journey, and gives some great advice for all of us to tune into our own inner wisdom. “Women are so happy for a seat at the table, we haven't really questioned how the table is set” Vanessa Loder To order Vanessa's book and get some of her supplementary materials: https://vanessaloder.com/soul-solution/ Some of the books Vanessa mentions: Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss The Instruction by Ainslie MacLeod Soulcraft by Bill Plotkin Bio Vanessa Loder is an acclaimed keynote speaker and sought-after expert on women's leadership, mindfulness, stress management, rewiring your brain for happiness, owning your inner game, and sustainable success. Vanessa's work has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, the Huffington Post and Glamour magazine. Her guided meditations have been streamed over 1 million times globally. Vanessa's Tedx talk “How To Lean In Without Burning Out” has over 155,000 views. Loder is the author of the forthcoming book, The Soul Solution: A Guide for Brilliant, Overwhelmed Women to Quiet the Noise, Find Their Superpower and (Finally) Feel Satisfied, released by SoundsTrue in October 2022. In her previous life, Loder was a successful private equity investor who advised fast growing companies. She is a self-described over-achiever whose unfulfilling experience left her burned out, exhausted, and eager to find another way. After spending close to a decade working in finance on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley, Vanessa felt that she had climbed to the top of the wrong ladder! Her personal transformation, subsequent research and work have led to thousands of women finding their way back to soul. Vanessa has worked with high performing teams and leaders at AirBnb, Bain & Co, Cambridge Associates, Castlight Health, Charles Schwab, Cisco, Dreamforce, Flextronics, Goldman Sachs, Google, LinkedIn, Mattel, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, PA Conference for Women, PG&E, PwC, Sheppard Mullin, Salesforce, StubHub!, Tedx, The Dailey Method, The Hamlin School, The North Face, The Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford MSx Women, ThoughtSpot, Uber, Upwork, Watermark, Women in Private Equity and many other organizations. Vanessa received her MBA from Stanford University and her BA in Economics from Columbia University where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude. Loder is certified as an Executive Coach by the Hendricks Institute and trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) by Carl Buchheit at NLP Marin. Vanessa currently lives in Lafayette, CA with her husband and two children, who remind her to take “mommy time-outs” when she's about to lose her marbles.
LD publica cómo es lo que denominan en los PGE la "fiscalidad medioambiental". Una auténtica mina para los bolsillos de Hacienda.
Will Trump run for the presidency again? And in the aftermath of California's deadly wildfires, can the state's largest utility, PG&E, mend its ways?
Federico comenta con Marhuenda y Albiac los principales asuntos de la actualidad centrada en la presentación de los PGE por el Gobierno de Sánchez.
Federico analiza los PGE del Gobierno y cómo ocultan siempre las grandes cifras que además luego cambian con las "leyes de acompañamiento".
Federico analiza los PGE acordados por PSOE y Podemos que venden como los "más sociales" y son una auténtica tomadura de pelo.
La prensa analiza los PGE del Gobierno que disparan el gasto público exprimiendo aún más a la clase media.
Federico analiza cómo PSOE y Podemos acuerdan el Presupuesto a costa de disparar el gasto público y por supuesto sin recortar en nada.
La prensa recoge los enfrentamientos entre los partidos del Gobierno por partidas como las de Defensa.
LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva comes on the show to give an update on his campaign. More on the lawsuits against PG&E over the wildfires. Changes are coming to tenant protections in Los Angeles and the John & Ken Voter Guide is on the way! Residents found 10 different kinds of dead birds on the beach in Manhattan Beach.
Business owner Paul Scrivano joins the show to give an update on the homeless man who threw a bag of feces at his SUV. Non-profits that work with the homeless are mostly fraud. Update on California's move to an all-electric state. Tesla Megapack caught on fire at PG&E substation in California. Brooklyn residents form a safety group after a homeless man attacked a woman and her dog with a stick.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Katherine Blunt, author and energy reporter at The Wall Street Journal, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss her new book "California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas and Electric– and What It Means For America's Power Grid."You can find Blunt's book here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/670012/california-burning-by-katherine-blunt/
This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, August 31st, 2022. The last day of August is upon us, and that means, Pumpkin spiced coffee drinks are as well… God help us. FLF Magazine: We are on a mission to make magazines great again. So, subscribe to our Fight Laugh Feast magazine. This is a quarterly mini-book like experience, packed full of a variety of authors that includes theologically-driven cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled throughout the glossy pages, and more. Sign your church up, sign your grumpy uncle up, and while you are at it…sign up the Pope, Elon Musks, and Russel Moore. Disclaimer: This magazine will guarantee various responses and CrossPolitic is not held liable for any of them. Reading the whole magazine may cause theological maturation, possibly encourage your kids to take the Lord’s Supper with you, and will likely cause you to randomly chuckle in joy at God’s wondrous world. Sign up today! Four issues and $60 per year, that is it. Go to fightlaughfeast.com right now to sign up!. https://techcrunch.com/2021/01/12/study-finds-around-one-third-of-americans-regularly-get-their-news-from-facebook/ Study finds around one-third of Americans regularly get their news from Facebook Around a third of Americans regularly get their news from Facebook, according to the latest study from Pew Research Center, whose surveys aim to better understand the current media landscape in the U.S. In the updated report, Pew Research found that around half of U.S. adults, or 53%, said they “often” or “sometimes” use social media to get their news. This is spread out across a number of sites, but Facebook is at the top of the list. Now I’m sure a lot of you already have your alarm bells going off at this point, but don’t worry, it gets worse in a bit! The study found that 36% of U.S. adults said they “regularly” access Facebook to get news. This is a significantly larger percentage than almost any other social media platform, with the exception of YouTube, which is used regularly for news by 23% of U.S. adults. Beyond that, the percentages are much smaller. Even Trump’s preferred platform for communication (well, until recently), Twitter, is only used regularly for news by 15% of U.S. adults, Pew found. Only around one in 10 Americans or fewer said they regularly got their news from other social media platforms, including Instagram (11%), Reddit (6%), Snapchat (4%), LinkedIn (4%), TikTok (3%), WhatsApp (3%), Tumblr (1%) and Twitch (1%). Pew notes that the lower percentages for using these sites as a source of news also has to do with the fact that fewer Americans report using these sites at all. Pew additionally examined the demographic makeup of those who use social media for news, and found that white adults make up the majority of the regular news users for sites like Facebook and Reddit. Both Black and Hispanic adults, meanwhile, made up around a quarter of Instagram’s regular users (22% and 27%, respectively.) Facebook was found to also skew toward women (63% versus 35%) when it came to regularly using it getting the news, while Reddit skews toward men (67% versus 29%). Now, remember how I said it gets worse? Well take a listen to Facebook CEO and lizard-human hybrid, Mark Zuckerberg, on the Joe Rogan Podcast. Mark Zuckerberg Answers to Facebook's Moderation of Controversial Content-Play 5:02-6:42 I don’t know about you, but my b.s. Alarm bells are ringing… Mr. Zuckerberg, you definitely do know the percentage off the top of your head. That’s a bold-face-lie. Also, did you catch the part where Mr. Zuckerberg openly admitted the part where the FBI is in the business of fact checking now? That’s scary… who fact checks the FBI? Who holds the FBI accountable when they’ve gone rogue? You have to believe that either the FBI is so inept, or they’re lying, and tried to effect the outcome of the election. Who else comes to mind with fact-checking? The World Heath Organization? The CDC? Who’s fact checking them? Let’s dive into some statistics on the election results… https://nypost.com/2022/08/26/2020-election-outcome-would-differ-with-hunter-biden-laptop-coverage-poll/ 79% say ‘truthful’ coverage of Hunter Biden’s laptop would have changed 2020 election Nearly four of five Americans who’ve been following the Hunter Biden laptop scandal believe that “truthful” coverage would have changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, according to a new poll. A similar percentage also said they’re convinced that information on the computer is real, with just 11% saying they thought it was “created by Russia,” according to the survey conducted by the New Jersey-based Technometrica Institute of Policy and Politics. And an even higher number — 81% — said US Attorney General Merrick Garland should appoint a special counsel to investigate matters related to the first son’s infamous laptop, the existence of which was exclusively revealed by The Post in October 2020. The poll results, published Wednesday, are based on responses from 437 adults who said they were following the laptop story “very” or “somewhat” closely when they were surveyed online earlier this month, according to the TIPP. On the subject of the 2020 election, 79% overall said it was “very” or “somewhat” likely that “a truthful interpretation of the laptop” would have resulted in the reelection of former President Donald Trump instead of the election of President Biden. Among Republicans, 57% were strongly convinced Trump would have won, compared to 48% of independents and just 44% of Democrats. But majorities in both parties — 89% of Republicans and 61% of Democrats — said they believed the laptop “is real,” along with 74% of independents. I wonder, how the electoral map would have looked with these findings in mind? Hmmmm… I’ll leave that to you guys… Moving on… https://dailycaller.com/2022/08/30/us-military-ammunition-arming-ukraine/ US Military Running Low On Ammo After Arming Ukraine Pentagon officials are concerned that U.S. ammunition stocks donated to Ukraine have severely depleted U.S. stocks, weakening U.S. readiness in the event of a conflict, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. The Biden administration has drawn much of the over $13 billion in weapons systems and accompanying ammunition the U.S. has provided to Ukraine from existing arsenals, according to the WSJ. While the Department of Defense has declined to disclose the number of ammunition rounds in storage at the beginning of 2022, before the war in Ukraine began, it has taken few steps to replenish depleting stocks, sparking worries that the U.S. may not have the ammunition it needs for its own protection. The level of 155mm combat rounds, fired by the howitzer weapons system, in U.S. stockpiles has become “uncomfortably low,” a Pentagon official told the WSJ. The U.S. has sent 806,000 rounds of the 100-pound explosives to Ukraine as of Aug. 24. “It is not at the level we would like to go into combat,” the defense official told the WSJ. U.S.-supplied howitzers have seen extended use from Ukrainian forces since entering the conflict in late May, Fox News reported. Last week, the U.S. provided smaller 105mm ammunition to feed Ukraine’s howitzers in order to spare 155mm rounds for the U.S., according to the WSJ. The U.S. military most recently employed howitzers in a strike on Iran-backed targets in Syria on Aug. 24. Depleting U.S. arsenals “was forewarned, including from industry leaders to the Pentagon. And it was easily fixable,” Mackenzie Eaglen, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, told the WSJ. The Army plans to conduct a “deep dive” into the “ammunitions industrial base” to determine the best way to support Ukraine while retaining necessary supplies for the U.S., Army officials told the WSJ. It has requested an additional $500 million yearly for upgrades to ammunition factories and increasing the threshold on existing production contracts, but has not signed any new contracts. Officials also said that Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley authorized monthly reviews of U.S. weapons stores to monitor readiness. However, defense industry leaders said the administration has not clearly communicated the changes in production requirements brought on by U.S. assistance to Ukraine and has not expanded production capacity to make up for the additional munitions needed to replenish stocks. The Biden administration has requested a record $773 billion defense budget for 2023. While additional funding can alleviate part of the problem, ongoing supply chain issues can make the months or years-long manufacturing process take even longer, according to the WSJ. Accountable 2U https://Accountable2You.com/FLF Using a smartphone or computer opens the door to a host of digital temptations. In a world saturated with pornography and other harmful content, what's a Christian to do? We need to take a proactive approach, welcoming transparency in our digital media choices—and Accountable2You makes that easy. Their accountability software shares detailed activity reports from all your devices, and your kids' devices, in real time to the accountability partners that you choose. With accountability in place, your family can effectively guard against temptations online and live with purity and integrity. Learn more and try it free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://thepostmillennial.com/oregon-wind-farm-sees-blades-bolts-fly-off-as-failures-mount-report?utm_campaign=64487 Oregon wind farm sees blades, bolts fly off as failures mount: report A new report has revealed the unreliability of a major Oregon wind farm, discovered after a blade from a windmill detached and flew across the field. According to The Oregonian, in January, a delivery driver found some broken, industrial-size bolts on the ground near one of Portland General Electric’s towering wind turbines but did not know who to tell and used it as a paperweight. On Feb 1 at 2:11 am, one of the turbine’s 11-story tall blades flew the full length of a football field and plowed a 4-feet deep furrow in a wheat field. The heavy-duty bolts that kept the blade attached to the tower scattered like shrapnel. PGE’s flagship wind facility, which opened 15 years ago to expand green energy technology in Oregon and nationally had other warning signs as well according to the outlet but it wasn’t until the blade breakdown that the company took action at Biglow Canyon, one of Oregon’s largest wind farms, and shut down all 217 turbines for testing, keeping some out of service for four months. Though industry groups insist that wind farms are very safe and major malfunctions are rare, wind farms are growing older and components are aging. An investigation by The Oregonian found a massive set of maintenance problems and equipment failures that are reducing electricity generation at Biglow Canyon. According to the outlet, "there is no effective national, state or county reporting requirement or database tracking safety or operational incidents at wind farms, and only 13 of the largest of Oregon’s 48 wind farms are regulated by the state, numbers that include multiple phases of some projects." Additionally, PGE launched an investigation into the blade throw but has asked the Oregon Department of Energy to keep those confidential until the end of the year because of the possibility of litigation. To eliminate all its greenhouse emissions, PGE would need to massively increase its renewable energy resources and manage them effectively for decades. However, wind power is heavily dependent on federal subsidies, and according to experts consulted by The Oregonian, "those subsidies are structured in a way that incentivizes operators to skimp on maintenance for older equipment that is no longer eligible." https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/08/washington-commanders-rb-brian-robinson-shot-during-attempted-robbery-in-d-c/ And finally, it’s time for the topic that I love… sports! Washington Commanders RB Brian Robinson Shot During Attempted Robbery In D.C. No one is immune from crime in America’s cities these days, and this weekend residents of Washington D.C. were especially reminded of that when Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson, 23, was shot multiple times during an attempted robbery on Sunday. According to the NFL’s Mike Garafolo, Robinson was rushed to the hospital by emergency responders after the violent attack, reporting that “#Commanders RB Brian Robinson is in stable condition after being shot as the victim in an attempted robbery, sources say.” As the news regarding the situation broke, the Washington Commanders followed up by issuing an immediate statement to alert fans that Robinson was alive and safe. Additional information regarding details from the shooting came later from NFL Network Insider, Tom Pelissero, who was one of the first people to share the information online after receiving a statement from a D.C. Police spokesperson. According to a report from NBC Washington, Robinson got into an altercation with several suspects shortly after midnight Sunday as they attempted to steal his Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. It was that altercation which led to the shooting. Late Sunday night, Commanders Head Coach Ron Rivera met with Robinson and later posted to Twitter that Robinson was in “good spirits” to ease everyone’s anxiety regarding his current health. Robinson is now but one of the many innocent D.C. bystanders who have been victims of violent crime this year alone. According to D.C. Police crime statistics, there have been 126 people killed via homicide just in 2022, which is a 12 percent increase from this time last year. Violent crimes and cases regarding burglary have also risen five percent since 2021, with robberies up 20 percent, and car thefts up three percent. Well Praise God this one ended with Robinson walking away. This has been Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, hit that share button down below. If you want to sign up for a club membership, then sign up for our conference with that club discount, and THEN sign up for a magazine, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. And as always, if you’d like to email me a news story, ask about our conference, or become a corporate partner of CrossPolitic, email me, at email@example.com. For CrossPolitic News… I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless!