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The Readout
Transformational War

The Readout

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 23:26


CSIS's Eliot Cohen joins the podcast to talk about how the war between Russia and Ukraine is transforming both nations and the future of Europe. Plus, a discussion on how and when the conflict may end.

BarCode
Shred with George Gerchow

BarCode

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 42:26


For those unfamiliar with the snowboarding slang term Shred, it means “to ride with exceptional speed, ability, or enthusiasm, especially in difficult terrain and conditions”.Sumo Logic's CSO, George Gerchow, applies this methodology whether it's by way of Board, or by Way of Life.George has been carving up IT and Systems Management territory for over 20 years. His background has allowed him to gain unmatched expertise in the areas of security, compliance, and cloud computing. His thoughtful insights make him a highly regarded speaker, and panelist on topics such as DevSecOps, cloud secure architecture design, virtualization, compliance, Bug Bounties, and operational security and compliance. George has been on the bleeding edge of public cloud security and privacy since being a co-founder of the VMware Center for Policy & Compliance. Mr. Gerchow is an active Board Member for several technology start-ups and the co-author of the CIS Quick Start Cloud Infrastructure Benchmark v1 and the MISTI Fundamentals in Cloud Security. He is also Faculty Member for IANS and the Cloud Academy.He traverses into BarCode and we catch up on Supply Chain security, SMB best practices, the Center of Data, ZTA, Zero Day Vulnerabilities, Bug Bounties, his self-described “biggest bonehead move ever” and owning it, the MMA-INFOSEC connection and much much more. George also opens up about the meaning of his newly founded X Foundation, a non profit organization that has spawned from a personal, heartbreaking story which is critical for everyone to hear.Tony carves “Blue Steel”.Support the show

Texas Tribune Brief
The federal emergency declaration is expected to last through at least mid-October and has kept states from dropping people from Medicaid ro

Texas Tribune Brief

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 5:49


The federal emergency declaration is expected to last through at least mid-October and has kept states from dropping people from Medicaid rolls.

Firewall
Is Hunger in America Really Our Policy Choice?

Firewall

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 38:24


Twenty-five billion dollars in additional public spending is all it would take to close the remaining gaps in the food system. So why don't we do it? Bradley talks about how politics and the crazy spending whims of the rich get in the way of the most basic societal goals. Plus, why states should get busy in regulating tech, Mayor Adams' best option for Rikers Island, and a killer new book on negotiating.

The Robert Scott Bell Show
The RSB Show 5-16-22 - Breeauna Sagdal, South Dakota medical freedom, Jim Gale, Food Forests

The Robert Scott Bell Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 136:43


The RSB Show 5-16-22 - Back to Freedom, Pharmacist suicide, Breeauna Sagdal, Policy journalism, South Dakota medical freedom, Kristi Noem shenanigans, Jim Gale, Food Forest Abundance, Self reliance

Plenary Session
4.59 - How to be a better reader of case control studies

Plenary Session

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 18:53


In this episode I dissect a test negative case control trial; I talk about a famous pancreas cancer study and I revisit the failure of Myeloma trialists

CNN News Briefing
10 PM ET: Baby formula shortage, Buffalo shooting, Cuba policy revisions & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 4:29


We begin with a deal between the FDA and baby formula maker, Abbott Nutrition to ease a nationwide recall. Plus, we'll tell you when the FDA is expected to approve Pfizer's Covid-19 boosters for kids 5 to 11. We're also hearing more from the families of the victims in a mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York. Meanwhile, we'll detail what we're learning about the Biden administration's move to ease some Trump-era restrictions on Cuba. Lastly, we'll explain why Turkey is threatening to block Sweden and Finland's NATO bids. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Office Hours with Georgia Howe
Is Harvard's Anti-Racist Policy Actually Racist?

Office Hours with Georgia Howe

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 16:56


We've seen Ivy League schools pledge to drop the SAT in admissions, we've seen the city of San Francisco move toward raffle admissions for elite magnet schools, and we've seen parents file suits against k-12 schools in Virginia all in an effort to quell supposed racial discrimination. But what happens if an anti-racist policy, ends up with racist results? We talk with an expert about Harvard's affirmative action program. 

Press the Button
Biden's Iran Policy

Press the Button

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 29:37


Why hasn't the US rejoined the Iran Deal? Ploughshares President Emma Belcher sits down with Peter Beinart, Professor at the City University of New York. He discusses his latest op-ed in the New York Times, where he criticizes the Biden Administration for its hesitancy to rejoin the Iran nuclear deal. On Early Warning, Lauren Billet talks with Melissa Hanham, an affiliate of the Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation. She discusses the reports that North Korea may be gearing up to conduct nuclear tests in the coming weeks.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: The lives lost in Buffalo, N.Y.

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 164:30


Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by discussing the “Great Replacement Theory,” the racist, antisemitic ideology cited by the Buffalo shooter who killed 10 in a supermarket over the weekend. Tom Nichols updates listeners on the latest news from Ukraine. Nichols is a contributing writer and proprietor of “Peacefield” newsletter at The Atlantic, a professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, and a five-time "Jeopardy!" winner. Michael Curry responds to the Buffalo shooting, and discusses U.S. health disparities for communities of color. Curry is chair of the NAACP Advocacy and Policy Committee, and is president and CEO of the Mass League of Community Health Centers. Corby Kummer talks about an investigation into meatpacking plants lying to stay open during the pandemic, and McDonalds withdrawing from Russia. Kummer is executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Revs. Irene Monroe and Emmett G. Price III share the names and stories of the victims in the Buffalo shooting. Monroe is a syndicated religion columnist and the Boston voice for Detour's African American Heritage Trail. Price is founding pastor of Community of Love Christian Fellowship in Allston, and the Inaugural Dean of Africana Studies at Berklee College of Music. Together they host the “All Rev'd Up” podcast. Marcela García breaks down her latest columns, including on the potential end of Roe v. Wade and Texas Governor Greg Abbott busing migrants to Washington D.C. García is an associate editor and columnist for the Globe's op-ed page. We end the show by asking listeners their thoughts on Goldman Sachs' new unlimited vacation policy.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
Corby Kummer: A Conspiracy To Keep Meatpacking Plants Open During The Pandemic

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 24:00


Food policy writer Corby Kummer joined Boston Public Radio to discuss a new congressional report showing meat industry CEOs had a direct line to the Donald Trump administration in the early stages of the pandemic, enabling their facilities to stay open — and their profits to grow — despite the safety risks to workers. Smithfield CEO Ken Sullivan misled the public about an impending meat shortage that they said would result if plants closed temporarily, the congressional report found. “It was this evilly-sealed deal,” Kummer said. “And among the many scandalous parts of this, which we all kind of guessed at the time: profits went up 300% during the pandemic. There was no shortage, it was completely wrong.” Sullivan reached out to Tyson CEO Noel White about getting then-President Donald Trump to sign an executive order declaring meat processing plants essential facilities, allowing them to stay open during the most stringent pandemic-era restrictions. The report found that a draft executive order written by Tyson's legal team bore striking similarities to the one signed by the president just days later. Corby Kummer is executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Naive and Stupid

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:16


Hour 1 of Monday's A&G: Why does no one celebrate Mondays? Biden's historic low ratings. We attempt to diagnose Putin's illness. What new Policy did Netflix implement that has Elon Musk singing their praise?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Madison the Black Eagle
Racially Motivated mass shooting in Buffalo; Policy on Ethical Returns

Joe Madison the Black Eagle

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 34:42


This country is once again dealing with more mass shootings, two as a matter of fact: one in Buffalo at a grocery store and one in California at a church. The mass shooting in Buffalo resulted in 10 people killed, and the majority killed were Black. The suspect, an 18-year-old White man, has a record of suspicious behavior and was said to be in Buffalo the day before the shooting took place. He actually drove 200 miles from his hometown near the Pennsylvania border to Buffalo. And to add insult to injury, Tucker Carlson states that the "Great Replacement" theory is already happening, meaning the exodus of white people is happening (another conspiracy theory). Also, Lonnie Bunch, the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, discusses a new policy on ethical returns. 

Armstrong and Getty
Naive and Stupid

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:32


Hour 1 of Monday's A&G: Why does no one celebrate Mondays? Biden's historic low ratings. We attempt to diagnosis Putin's ills. What new Policy did Netflix implement that has Elon Musk singing their praise?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Readout
Confused Rules-Based Order

The Readout

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 28:09


CSIS's Jon Alterman joins the podcast for a discussion of the global rules-based order post Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Texas Tribune Brief
Early voting starts today for May 24 primary runoffs

Texas Tribune Brief

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 3:40


The Road to Now
The Origins of American Immigration Policy w/ Hidetaka Hirota

The Road to Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 45:25


Hidetaka Hirota joins Bob and Ben for a conversation about the history of immigration law in the United States and the ways that government officials have decided who could and could not enter the United States. Hidetaka discusses the creation of Federal immigration law and the ways that looking at state immigration policies in the early to mid-19th century can help us understand the Immigration and Chinese Exclusion Acts of 1882. Dr. Hidetaka Hirota is Associate Professor of History at the University of California Berkeley who specializes in the history of US immigration. His book Expelling the Poor: Atlantic Seaboard States and the Nineteenth-Century Origins of American Immigration Policy (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017) has won multiple awards. Want to support The Road to Now and get extra episodes and other content? Join us on Patreon! This is a rebroadcast of RTN #126 which originally aired on April 8, 2019. This rebroadcast was edited by Ben Sawyer.

Macro Musings with David Beckworth
Josh Hendrickson on Economic Growth, National Defense, and US Monetary Policy

Macro Musings with David Beckworth

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 51:33


Josh Hendrickson is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Mississippi and Chair of the Economics Department. Josh joins David on Macro Musings to discuss US monetary policy and US defense policy. Specifically, Josh and David discuss the coordination of fiscal and monetary policy and what Milton Friedman would think of it today, the Fed's responsibility for modern inflation trends, state capacity and how it impacts economic growth, the role of national defense in the context of state capacity and economic growth, and much more.   Take the Macro Musings listener survey here.   Transcript for the episode can be found here: https://www.mercatus.org/bridge/tags/macro-musings   Josh's Twitter: @RebelEconProf Josh's Ole Miss profile: https://economics.olemiss.edu/joshua-hendrickson/   Related Links:   *Central Banks are Inflation Creators, Not Inflation Fighters* by Joshua R. Hendrickson https://www.mercatus.org/publications/monetary-policy/central-banks-are-inflation-creators-not-inflation-fighters   *Evolution, Uncertainty, and the Asymptotic Efficiency of Policy* by Brian C. Albrecht, Joshua R. Hendrickson, and Alexander William Salter https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3251917   *The Coronavirus and Lessons for Preparedness* https://www.mercatus.org/publications/covid-19-crisis-response/coronavirus-and-lessons-preparedness   *Preventing Plunder, Military Technology, Capital Accumulation and Economic Growth* by Brian C. Albrecht, Joshua R. Hendrickson, and Alexander William Salter https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3025548   David's blog: macromarketmusings.blogspot.com David's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth

The Saad Truth with Dr. Saad
Austin (Texas), Medieaval Florence, and the Vienna Circle (The Saad Truth with Dr. Saad_396)

The Saad Truth with Dr. Saad

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 9:13


I discuss my trip to Austin (Texas) wherein I delivered two talks at the University of Texas at Austin, met with the president of the University of Austin Pano Kanelos, appeared on Joe Rogan's show as well as the podcast of the Salem Center for Policy, connected with a group of like-minded business tycoons, and had lunch/dinner with several wonderful colleagues including Professors Carlos Carvalho, Richard Lowery, David Buss, Raj Raghunathan, David Puelz, and Dima Shamoun, as well as Dr. Gregory Salmieri. _______________________________________ If you appreciate my work and would like to support it: https://subscribestar.com/the-saad-truth https://patreon.com/GadSaad https://paypal.me/GadSaad _______________________________________ This clip was posted earlier today (May 15, 2022) on my YouTube channel as THE SAAD TRUTH_1401: https://youtu.be/dPICimlCLUY _______________________________________ The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense (paperback edition) was released on October 5, 2021. Order your copy now. https://www.amazon.com/Parasitic-Mind-Infectious-Killing-Common/dp/162157959X/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= https://www.amazon.ca/Parasitic-Mind-Infectious-Killing-Common/dp/162157959X https://www.amazon.co.uk/Parasitic-Mind-Infectious-Killing-Common/dp/162157959X _______________________________________ Please visit my website gadsaad.com, and sign up for alerts. If you appreciate my content, click on the "Support My Work" button. I count on my fans to support my efforts. You can donate via Patreon, PayPal, and/or SubscribeStar. _______________________________________ Dr. Gad Saad is a professor, evolutionary behavioral scientist, and author who pioneered the use of evolutionary psychology in marketing and consumer behavior. In addition to his scientific work, Dr. Saad is a leading public intellectual who often writes and speaks about idea pathogens that are destroying logic, science, reason, and common sense. _______________________________________

Minds Behind Maps
Barbara Ryan - How Landsat Became Free & Open - MBM #21

Minds Behind Maps

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 116:33


Barbara Ryan was instrumental in the policy change in 2008 that opened up the Landsat data to being freely & openly available for anyone to access. This resulted in more than 100x uptake in the number of imagery downloaded and fundamentally changed the Earth Observation industry.She is currently the Executive Director of the World Geospatial Industry Council---Episode Sponsors:Radiant Earth Foundation: Apply for the 2022 Radiant MLHub Impact Award for agriculture-related applications for Africa - with a $5,000 cash prize.Element84Dan Pilone's appearance on the podcast---About Barbara:TwitterLinkedIn Shownotes:We recorded this interview while Barbara was in Amsterdam for the Geospatial World ForumLandsat policy change documentGilberto Camara at the time Chief of INPE: Brazilian National Institute for Space ResearchMark Mayers, former Director of USGSWorld Geospatial Industry CouncilGEO: Group on Earth Observations: the organization, not the field ;-)Books recommendations:Ender's Game by Orson Scott CardSnow Crash by Neal StephensonTimestamps:00:00 - Introduction02:56 - Importance of in-person conversation05:52 - Connecting people08:00 - Reaching people beyond languages10:43 - Landsat pre-2008: before it was free & open19:09 - Impact of the giving the data away for free21:51 - Details on the policy change: push-backs & financial incentives28:43 - The direct impact on the USGS30:39 - International collaboration32:32 - Domino Effect: The impact of Landsat on offer Open Data Policies36:02 - Potential unexpected negative effects37:41 - The scale of the impact opening up Landsat had41:13 - Don't use data as your transactional currency44:14 - Making satellite imagery accessible beyond the data52:00 - Distributing data as easily as possible57:07 - Spicy politics story involving the Secretary of Interior1:04:21 - Open Data should not be taken for granted1:11:31 - Thoughts on Commercial Earth Observation1:14:16 - Open Data Policies for Commercial EO: Parallels with the Gaming Industry1:23:18 - Improving Communications in Science1:28:41 - Earth Observation could learn to tell stories from the Gaming Industry1:34:21: Barbara's current role1:39:04 - Being better ambassadors of Geospatial1:42:32 - WGIC's funding model1:45:36: - Barbara retiring only to come back multiple times1:51:12 - Book recommendations1:53:21 - Advice for younger people Feel free to reach out!My TwitterFor news about the podcastWebsite

John Solomon Reports
Michele Bachmann: Biden giving head of WHO power to dictate future U.S. ‘healthcare' policy

John Solomon Reports

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 47:53


John Solomon and Amanda Head host ‘Just the News, Not Noise' delivering the pressing news of the day and giving you Information without indoctrination while rising above the rhetoric. Interviews with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-WI), U.S. Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette (R-PA), and TV personalities Diamond and Silk. To see the daily show, go to americasvoice.news each Monday through Friday at 6pm Eastern Time or watch any time at JustTheNews.com/tv.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Hello from Bhutan!
Bhutan's "High Value, Low Volume" Tourism Policy

Hello from Bhutan!

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 17:49


Bhutan is opening to tourists by fall this year, after being closed for two years due to the pandemic. In this podcast recorded in April 2022, Namgay Zam talks to the Director General of the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB), Dorji Dhradhul, about Bhutan's unique "High Value, Low Volume" tourism policy and post-Covid tourism.  This podcast is brought to you by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (https://www.tourism.gov.bt/).  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/support

Plenary Session
4.58 - Myeloma is a broken field - New BLOOD Paper!

Plenary Session

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 62:49


I am joined by Manni Mohyuddin to talk about How I treat frontline transplant eligible myeloma. Vinay Prasad makes the case the entire field of myeloma is corrupt and broken.

Bharatvaarta
185 - Indian Space Exploration | Koushik Vishwanathan | Aloke Kumar | Policy | Bharatvaarta

Bharatvaarta

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 41:54


The ISRO human space program began as the Indian Human spaceflight  programme in 2007. This began the development of technology needed to  launch crewed orbital spacecraft into low earth orbit. In 2018, the  government approved a further $1.5bn for a 7 day crewed flight. Now  known as the Gaganyaan programme, the programme aims to send two  unmanned missions and one manned flight mission into low earth orbit by  2023.   PM Modi launched the Indian Space Association (ISpA) in late 2021 as a  way to contribute towards the accelerated development of India's space  industry. Speaking on the occasion, the PM said that this undertaking  will give the India space sector "new wings". It removes the  restrictions on space access, previously only given to ISRO and a select  few institutions. ISpA aspires to be the collective voice of the Indian  Space industry.   In the light of these advancements and India's new found enthusiasm for  the space race, we decided to dive deep into Indian space exploration.  To shed some light on this exhaustive subject, we invited guests Aloke  Kumar and Koushik Vishwanathan.   Aloke Kumar is the Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of  Science Bangalore. He has also worked in many teams exploring  applications of science to make space exploration easier. Koushik Vishwanathan is also an assistant professor at IISc, with an  interest in advanced manufacturing and finishing processes. He has  worked with Aloke on many of his projects regarding space exploration.

SBS World News Radio
Labor launches Medicare election policy

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 6:13


Labor is committing $970 million to Medicare and local health funding if elected to government.

Office 365 Distilled
EP91: Supporting the Back-to-Office policy

Office 365 Distilled

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 69:17


In an age where the employee is such a corporate asset and often the centre of the innovation process from tweaking a policy to defining the R&D of the company... the employee is feeling the power.  Many companies are starting to feel the pain of not having folks on-site when they need them.  Employees find working from home suits them, but there are times when the team need to be on-site and collaborate face to face.There is a revisit of the pandemic 2 years ago and forced a change in the company working from home meant somehow equipment from chairs to monitors all had to be purchased from home.Today the Way of Working needs to find a way to minimise the changes from home working to Office working and the key attributes of meetings need to be transparent to all employees.  Even if it is just about equivalency during the meeting.Change is so important and the K from ADKAR becomes important as we need to help users gain the knowledge and change their perspective during meetings to understand that not everyone is sitting by their side... how many people point to their screen during a meeting and assume everyone else can see their windows As IT we can help the company design their infrastructure to support how the company will deliver a Digital 1st environment.Steve points out that if everyone is equal then unless the company is going to invest heavily not everyone will have the best monitor and camera at home and at the office.  So finding the common denominator as the online meeting policy and documenting the expectations and associated training is one way for IT to support the home working policy.Of course, one way to encourage back to work is to ensure the Office experience is better than the home experience.  However, that needs to be balanced against the quality of the meeting to ensure it is getting the greatest value for the business.  For example, ensuring that people have access to the right knowledge to be most effective.Tool knowledge is key but also a personal understanding goes the differences between Collaboration, Presenting, Brainstorming, and ensuring that everyone knows and understands how to encourage innovation during meetings.  In fact, the reality is that the Meeting owners need to plan and ensure the right tools are available for everyone and they know how to use them.AI and Cortana could be a big player using insights to identify who will be in the office and set up meetings to support active projects Martijn drops his golden nugget by stating his perception is that for Hybrid work you need Hardware, policy, the right application and ensure people have digital literacy and understand the technology to move forward.  Meeting owners have responsibility for the success of Hybrid meetings.A great Digital First meeting experience is achievable.For this company, we need a digital-first definition to drive policy and delivery of the right hardware.

Texas Tribune TribCast
TribCast: Grassroots conservatives in Texas are having a banner month

Texas Tribune TribCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 30:56


On this week's episode, Matthew speaks with Karen and Brian about the energy among Texas conservatives around abortion and schools.

Tim Pool Daily Show
Netflix Announces Anti-Censorship Policy, Tells Woke Staff TO QUIT In MAJOR Culture War Victory

Tim Pool Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 86:27


Netflix Announces Anti-Censorship Policy, Tells Woke Staff TO QUIT In MAJOR Culture War Victory. The move seems to reference Dave Chappelle and the controversy from woke leftists over his comedy special. While some say it also references Cuties, Netflix employees didn't seem to care about that movie and even defended it. Winning the culture war seems more likely everyday as Democrats reel from woke insanity and free speech keeps winning. #FreeSpeech #CultureWar #Democrats Become A Member And Protect Our Work at http://www.timcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Deep Dish on Global Affairs
Why a Marcos is Ruling the Philippines Again

Deep Dish on Global Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 42:51


This week political dynasty heir and TikTok star Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. brought his corrupt family back to power in the Philippines 36 years after his father was ousted in a public revolution. The Washington Post's Regine Cabato joins Deep Dish to explain how Filipinos lost faith in democracy, why disinformation works so well in the Philippines, and whether the new administration will bring the country closer to China or the United States.   We'd love to know your thoughts about the show! Leave us a review. 

Rod Arquette Show
Rod Arquette Show: Twitter Violence OK if its Against the Right

Rod Arquette Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 105:16


Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Thursday, May 12, 20224:20 pm: Rachel Bovard, Senior Director of Policy at the Conservative Partnership Institute joins the show to discuss her piece for the New York Post about how it's ok to incite violence on Twitter as long as it's against conservatives4:38 pm: Deseret News columnist Jay Evensen joins the program to discuss his piece about how Joe Biden is blaming everyone but himself for inflation in America, and he's not serious about ending it6:05 pm: Rusty Cannon, President of the Utah Taxpayers Association about why he says investing in Nuclear Power is the wrong move for Utah6:20 pm: New York Post Columnist Kyle Smith joins the program to discuss how a school in Washington, D.C. is teaching anti-racism ideology to four-year olds6:38 pm: Cheryl Chumley, Online Opinion Editor at the Washington Times joins the show to discuss how Deborah Birx, who worked as the head of President Donald Trump's covid task force, recently admitted that she and many other healthcare leaders, including Anthony Fauci, had a pact to all quit if Trump had fired any one of them6:50 pm: Josh Hansen, Co-Founder of the Continue Mission, joins the program to discuss the work the mission does in helping prevent veteran suicides as part of the 2022 Live On suicide prevention campaign

The Readout
Meet the New Marcos, Same as the Old?

The Readout

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 22:28


CSIS's Greg Poling joins the podcast to discuss Bongbong Marcos' landslide victory in the Philippines. 

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Matters of Policy & Politics: What May Come From The “May Revise” (#329)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022


California's Democratic governor questions his party's willingness to engage in culture wars, the Golden State seeks to attract businesses offended by red-state abortion policies, and lawmakers in Sacramento quibble over what to do with tens of billions in surplus revenue. Hoover senior fellow Lee Ohanian and distinguished policy fellow Bill Whalen, both contributors to Hoover's […]

Constituting America
Episode 20: Flexibility to act without violating the U.S. Constitution: America's Founders discuss history of policy vices within the United Netherlands by Guest Essayist: by Guest Essayist Chris Burkett

Constituting America

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:28


Essay 20 of 90: Flexibility to act without violating the U.S. Constitution: America's Founders discuss history of policy vices within the United Netherlands by Guest Essayist: Chris Burkett.  Click here to explore our 2022 90 Day Study:  American Exceptionalism Revealed: The Historic Rise and Fall of Worldwide Regimes and How United States Founding Wisdom Prevails.  America's Founders understood the failings of totalitarian regimes, and thus attempted an experiment in liberty they hoped future Americans would find invaluable and maintain.  Constituting America's 2022 90-Day Study looks at the rise and fall of worldwide regimes throughout history, juxtaposed to founding principles of the United States Constitution and federalists' and anti-federalists' views of their day regarding what history taught them about human nature and what is required to preserve our freedom!

Choose Your Struggle
The Medical Side of Cannabis with Dr. Peter Grinspoon

Choose Your Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 60:54


Season 3, Episode 3: The Medical Side of Cannabis with Dr. Peter GrinspoonDr. Peter Grinspoon saw from an early age that the way our country handled cannabis wasn't build on science or fact. Through watching his brother die of cancer, go through med school and struggle with his own issue of Addiction, Dr. Grinspoon never lost his desire to see cannabis handled in a safer and more fact-based way. Now an advocate for increased access to medical cannabis, Dr. Grinspoon is one of the leading voices in the medical cannabis environment. Peter Grinspoon, M.D. is a primary care physician and cannabis specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital, an Instructor at Harvard Medical School and a certified Health and Wellness Coach. He is a Contributing Editor to Harvard Health Publications as well as a TEDx Speaker. He is the author of the memoir ‘Free Refills: A Doctor Confronts His Addiction'. He is a board member of the advocacy group Doctors For Cannabis Regulation. He is a former Associate Director of the Massachusetts Physician Health Service helping physicians with addiction and mental health issues.Learn more at https://www.petergrinspoon.com/. Choose Your Struggle Presents: Made It, Season 1, Stay Savage dropped April 29th! Subscribe to Made It's stream! https://kite.link/choose-your-struggle-presents-made-itLeave us a message for a chance to be played on the show and win a CYS schwag pack: https://podinbox.com/CYS2 Lives (a special podcast rec in this episode)Today's Good Egg: Do something to contribute to the fight to save abortion access!  Looking for someone to wow your audience now that the world is reopening? My speaking calendar is open! If you're interested in bringing me to your campus, your community group, your organization or any other location to speak about Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, or Drug Use & Policy, reach out to me at Info@jayShifman.com. Tank Tops are in! You can see what they look like on the website (thanks to Jay's wife for modeling the women's cut). Reach out through the website to order. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, magnets are in too! Check them out on the website or Instagram. Patreon supporters get a discount so join Patreon!But that's not all! You can now buy even more merch! Check out our store on Teepublic at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/choose-your-struggle?ref_id=24308 for shirts, mugs, stickers, phone cases, baby onesies and much, much more!Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChooseYourStruggle Leave us an audio message to share feedback and have a chance to be played on the show: https://podinbox.com/CYS Review the Podcast: https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-Struggle.Support the Podcast, a different way: https://podhero.com/401017-ikv.Learn more about the Shameless Podcast Network: https://www.shamelessnetwork.com/ Our Partner Bookshop (Support Local Book Stores and the Podcast in the Process!): https://bookshop.org/shop/CYS Our Partner Road Runner (Use Code CYS for 10% off): www.roadrunnercbd.com/ref/CYS As always, you can find more at our links: https://jay.campsite.bio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The President's Daily Brief
May 13th, 2022: Mexican President's Cartel Policy: Hugs, Not Bullets? COVID and your Cash.

The President's Daily Brief

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 21:23


It's May 13th. You're listening to the President's Daily Brief. I'm your host and former CIA Officer Bryan Dean Wright. Your morning intel starts now. First up, Mexico's president said yesterday that we should treat Cartel members kindly because they're people, just like you and I. We're going to talk about why he said that, and what it means for America. And as always, I'm keeping an eye out for developing stories. Put these two on your radar. First, Russia is blowing up America's weapons once they get to Ukraine. Or at least some of them. We'll talk about the implications of that development.  Finally, COVID and money. No, I'm not talking about the profits of Pfizer and Moderna. I mean whether the COVID virus can live on our paper money and coins. A new study answers that question. All up next on the President's Daily Brief. ------ Please remember to subscribe if you enjoyed this episode of the President's Daily Brief. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Conduit Street Podcast
Talking History and Policy with Preservation Maryland

Conduit Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 51:02


On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Preservation Maryland President and CEO, Nicholas Redding, joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss preservation, smart growth, Program Open Space, Maryland's rich heritage, and more!Preservation Maryland is the state's oldest, largest, and most effective preservation organization. Nicholas Redding has led the organization since 2014 and oversees the operations, programs, and growing professional staff.Since his arrival, he has overseen a complex merger and the subsequent creation of Smart Growth Maryland, a dynamic new program. Additionally, he has partnered with the National Park Service's Historic Preservation Training Center to establish the Campaign for Historic Trades, a new program dedicated to developing the next generation of traditional tradespeople.The Conduit Street Podcast is available on major platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Episodes are also available on MACo's Conduit Street blog.Listen to previous episodes of the Conduit Street Podcast on our website.Useful LinksPreservation MarylandPreserveCast PodcastFollow Preservation Maryland on TwitterFollow Nicholas Redding on Twitter

Texas Tribune Brief
Republican-backed Texas law prohibiting social media companies from banning users over their viewpoints reinstated by appeals court

Texas Tribune Brief

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 3:59


The court did not evaluate the law on its constitutionality but will allow it to go back into effect while a legal case plays out. Texas lawmakers passed the law, saying social media platforms have an anti-conservative bias.

Secure Freedom Radio Podcast
With Chuck Devore, Elaine Donnelly and George Rasley

Secure Freedom Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 53:00


CHUCK DEVORE, Vice President of Public Policy, Texas Public Policy Foundation, Senior Contributor, The Federalist, Intelligence Officer, U.S. Army (Ret.), @ChuckDeVore An update on the Russia-Ukraine war What is the United States' strategic interest in this conflict? ELAINE DONNELLY, Founder and President, Center for Military Readiness Assessing the readiness of the U.S. military Tom Cotton's recent questioning of Christine Wormuth Declining combat standards for the U.S. military GEORGE RASLEY, Editor, Conservative HQ, former White House Staff Member, Vice President Dan Quayle, former Assistant Director, National Park Service, former Director of Policy and Communication, Congressman Adam Putnam (FL-12) Chinese companies in the Thrift Savings Plan Various aspects of American life the WHO has control over

The Experiment
Teenage Life After Genocide

The Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 47:39


At 19 years old, Aséna Tahir Izgil feels wise beyond her years. She is Uyghur, an ethnic minority persecuted in China, and few of her people have escaped to bear witness. After narrowly securing refuge in the United States, Aséna's now tasked with adjusting to life in a new country and fitting in with her teenage peers.  This week on The Experiment, Aséna shares her family's story of fleeing to the U.S., navigating newfound freedom, and raising her baby brother away from the shadows of a genocide.  This episode's guests include Aséna Tahir Izgil and her father, Tahir Hamut Izgil, a Uyghur poet and author. This episode of The Experiment originally ran on August 19, 2021. A transcript of this episode is available. Further reading: “One by One, My Friends Were Sent to the Camps,” “Saving Uighur Culture From Genocide,” “‘I Never Thought China Could Ever Be This Dark,'” “China's Xinjiang Policy: Less About Births, More About Control” Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at theexperiment@theatlantic.com. This episode was produced by Julia Longoria, with help from Gabrielle Berbey and editing by Katherine Wells and Emily Botein. Fact-check by Yvonne Rolzhausen. Sound design by David Herman, with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Translations by Joshua L. Freeman. Music by Keyboard (“Over the Moon,” “Mu,” “Water Decanter,” and “World View”), Laundry (“Lawn Feeling”), Water Feature (“Richard III (Duke of Gloucester)” and “Ancient Morsel”), Parish Council (“New Apt.”), and H Hunt (“C U Soon), provided by Tasty Morsels. A translation of Tahir Hamut Izgil's poem “Aséna” is presented below.  Aséna By Tahir Hamut Izgil Translation by Joshua L. Freeman   A piece of my flesh torn away. A piece of my bone broken off. A piece of my soul remade. A piece of my thought set free.   In her thin hands the lines of time grow long. In her black eyes float the truths of stone tablets. Round her slender neck a dusky hair lies knotted. On her dark skin the map of fruit is drawn.   She is a raindrop on my cheek, translucent as the future I can't see.   She is a knot that need not to be untied like the formula my blood traced from the sky, an omen trickling from history.   She kisses the stone on my grave that holds down my corpse and entrusts me to it.   She is a luckless spell who made me a creator and carried on my creation.   She is my daughter.

The Takeaway
Eviction Rates Are Rising

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 23:33


Since pandemic eviction moratoriums and other tenant predictions have lapsed, eviction rates have risen to nearly pre-pandemic levels.  Meanwhile, some states and cities have in place "Right to Counsel" laws, guaranteeing legal representation in court to those facing eviction.   We hear from Caroyln Headlam, organizer with the Ithaca Tenants Union in upstate New York, and Lauren Springer, tenant leader with Catholic Migration Services, as well as a member of the Steering Committee of the Right to Counsel New York City Coalition, about what they're seeing in housing courts in their areas. Then, we speak with Marika Dias, Managing Director at the Safety Net Project of the Urban Justice Center in New York City and Ora Prochovnick, Director of Litigation & Policy at the Eviction Defense Collaborative in San Francisco, about the importance of Right to Counsel rights for tenants who are facing eviction. Full Rent Stabilization Association statement: After forecasting an eviction tsunami that never materialized, the advocates are at it again – with legal services providers warning that tenants will have to represent themselves because of a shortage of public defenders. The facts tell a different story. Housing Court continues to operate in a limited capacity, with a hybrid of virtual and in-person appearances. Most housing courtrooms are hearing only 25-40 cases per day virtually, compared to about 45-60 pre-pandemic," said Joseph Strasburg, president of the Rent Stabilization Association, which represents 25,000 diverse owners and managers of more than one million apartments that house over 2.5 million New Yorkers in neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs. "Not all of the pending eviction cases are eligible for free legal services because not all tenants fall at or below 200% of the poverty level ($23,000 annual income for an individual, and $49,000 for a four-person household), and it is still not known how many of these cases will ultimately be discontinued based on tenants having received rental assistance or having otherwise paid the rent," Strasburg continued.   "With Housing Court operating on limited calendars and public defenders representing a fraction of the existing cases – coupled with the state's Emergency Rental Assistance Program having stayed eviction for tens of thousands of tenants – why are legal services providers failing to meet their contractual obligation with the City of New York in delivering taxpayer-funded, right-to-counsel services to needy families? Are they manufacturing this crisis to cover up their failures and clog court calendars? Or worse, further delaying proceedings that would enable tenants and owners to resolve problems, and connect families to government-funded rent assistance programs that keep them in their homes and provide owners with the rent-arrears needed to maintain their buildings and pay city property taxes?" Strasburg further stated. "Property owners have been prevented from fully asserting their rights in court for over two years. If legal services providers cannot meet their contractual obligation with New York City and provide these legal services to qualifying tenants, then New York City should reallocate funds and hire private counsel to alleviate the burden from legal services providers and ensure that New York's most financially distressed tenants have representation in court. For decades, the Assigned Counsel Plan – also referred to as 18B Panel attorneys – has provided legal services to indigent persons throughout the city by compensating private attorneys in criminal and family law matters. If legal services providers insist that they are unable to provide the free legal services New York City is paying them to provide, there is no reason why an 18B Panel could not be established for landlord-tenant matters. This would ensure that cases in Housing Court start moving again, while also ensuring that those tenants who qualify get the legal representation as required by law," Strasburg said.

The Takeaway
Eviction Rates Are Rising

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 23:33


Since pandemic eviction moratoriums and other tenant predictions have lapsed, eviction rates have risen to nearly pre-pandemic levels.  Meanwhile, some states and cities have in place "Right to Counsel" laws, guaranteeing legal representation in court to those facing eviction.   We hear from Caroyln Headlam, organizer with the Ithaca Tenants Union in upstate New York, and Lauren Springer, tenant leader with Catholic Migration Services, as well as a member of the Steering Committee of the Right to Counsel New York City Coalition, about what they're seeing in housing courts in their areas. Then, we speak with Marika Dias, Managing Director at the Safety Net Project of the Urban Justice Center in New York City and Ora Prochovnick, Director of Litigation & Policy at the Eviction Defense Collaborative in San Francisco, about the importance of Right to Counsel rights for tenants who are facing eviction. Full Rent Stabilization Association statement: After forecasting an eviction tsunami that never materialized, the advocates are at it again – with legal services providers warning that tenants will have to represent themselves because of a shortage of public defenders. The facts tell a different story. Housing Court continues to operate in a limited capacity, with a hybrid of virtual and in-person appearances. Most housing courtrooms are hearing only 25-40 cases per day virtually, compared to about 45-60 pre-pandemic," said Joseph Strasburg, president of the Rent Stabilization Association, which represents 25,000 diverse owners and managers of more than one million apartments that house over 2.5 million New Yorkers in neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs. "Not all of the pending eviction cases are eligible for free legal services because not all tenants fall at or below 200% of the poverty level ($23,000 annual income for an individual, and $49,000 for a four-person household), and it is still not known how many of these cases will ultimately be discontinued based on tenants having received rental assistance or having otherwise paid the rent," Strasburg continued.   "With Housing Court operating on limited calendars and public defenders representing a fraction of the existing cases – coupled with the state's Emergency Rental Assistance Program having stayed eviction for tens of thousands of tenants – why are legal services providers failing to meet their contractual obligation with the City of New York in delivering taxpayer-funded, right-to-counsel services to needy families? Are they manufacturing this crisis to cover up their failures and clog court calendars? Or worse, further delaying proceedings that would enable tenants and owners to resolve problems, and connect families to government-funded rent assistance programs that keep them in their homes and provide owners with the rent-arrears needed to maintain their buildings and pay city property taxes?" Strasburg further stated. "Property owners have been prevented from fully asserting their rights in court for over two years. If legal services providers cannot meet their contractual obligation with New York City and provide these legal services to qualifying tenants, then New York City should reallocate funds and hire private counsel to alleviate the burden from legal services providers and ensure that New York's most financially distressed tenants have representation in court. For decades, the Assigned Counsel Plan – also referred to as 18B Panel attorneys – has provided legal services to indigent persons throughout the city by compensating private attorneys in criminal and family law matters. If legal services providers insist that they are unable to provide the free legal services New York City is paying them to provide, there is no reason why an 18B Panel could not be established for landlord-tenant matters. This would ensure that cases in Housing Court start moving again, while also ensuring that those tenants who qualify get the legal representation as required by law," Strasburg said.

Pricing Nature
10. Tax Ourselves? Why Companies and Institutions Are Pricing Their Own Emissions

Pricing Nature

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 44:26


What is “internal” carbon pricing? And why are more and more private companies and institutions using the tool to reduce their emissions? We hear from Elizabeth Willmott (Microsoft, Carbon Program Director), Anirban Ghosh (Chief Sustainability Officer, Mahindra Group), Kim Hellstrom (Strategy Lead, Sustainability, H&M Group), Alex Barron (Assistant Professor, Environmental Science and Policy, Smith College … Continue reading 10. Tax Ourselves? Why Companies and Institutions Are Pricing Their Own Emissions →

Renovating Retirement With Charlie Jewett
10 Reasons Not to Buy an Indexed Universal Life Policy - Part 3

Renovating Retirement With Charlie Jewett

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 25:00


We are back to continue our review of an article that came out ten years ago with a similar title to our podcast episode. And this is the third in a series where we are going to unpack each of these ten points, these ten reasons, and help you understand the difference between an Indexed Universal Life policy and a Whole Life policy. We want you to hear both sides, so you are well-informed and can make the best decisions for yourself and your family. If you haven't watched the first two in this series, you can watch those before this one to get caught up! Today we are focusing on numbers six, five and four. #6 is “Dividends from the index don't get credited*”, #5 is “Participation ratios are often less than 100%*” and #4 is “Returns are usually capped at various interest rates*.” Listen as we explain what we think these mean and why they seem to be untruthful and inaccurate. We like to make these concepts simple and easy for you to understand. And if you have any questions, we have answers and reports we can share with you or your agent. Just reach out to bobby@renovatingretirement.com, and we're happy to share! For more info, episodes, and notes, head on over to https://renovatingretirement.com Thanks for listening, and please subscribe to or follow the podcast wherever you get your podcasts from, and be sure to share with your friends and family as well. Thanks again! About Charlie Jewett Charlie Jewett is an author, speaker, recruiter, trainer, consumer advocate and investment advisor from San Diego, CA. As the “Financial Services Whistleblower” Charlie has been trying to change the way that industry professionals and consumers think about retirement since 2005. With considerable years of experience and an array of professional certifications, Charlie focuses on stock market alternatives combined with tax-free retirement income and provides educational materials that help people to create their ideal retirement plan. He is the host of two podcasts, Renovating Retirement and Target Practice for Advisors, as well as the author of “Renovating Retirement” and “Two Ways to Be Debt Free”, both available on Amazon Kindle. About Bobby Alford Bobby Alford has walked an unconventional path to becoming the CEO of Renovating Retirement. He spent 10 years in the US Submarine force, both as an officer and enlisted person, earning a degree in nuclear engineering along the way. Bobby then joined corporate America and worked for a Fortune 50 company in operations, finance, and sales management roles. After getting his MBA, he began working with military veterans to improve their retirement options. At that point he found Charlie Jewett and learned how to truly impact a person's financial life using the MERIT model of planning. Bobby joined Charlie and now uses his skills to grow their company toward achieving the goal of creating $1 billion dollars of annual tax-Free money for their clients.

The Byron York Show
Biden's Inflation Fantasy

The Byron York Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 12:12


The reason President Joe Biden delivered a speech on inflation on Tuesday was that he knew the government would release the latest statistics on inflation Wednesday morning and he knew the news would be bad. Might as well try to get ahead of things. And now that the numbers are out, the news is indeed bad.

King of Stuff
E370. School Choice Works, with Matthew Ladner

King of Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:43


The King of Stuff welcomes school-choice guru Dr. Matthew Ladner of the Arizona Charter School Association and Executive Editor of the weblog RedefinED. Previously Ladner served as a Senior Research Fellow at the Charles Koch Institute and Senior Advisor for Research and Policy at Excel in Ed and Vice President of Research and Goldwater Institute. We talk about Arizona’s epic improvements in... Source

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
King of Stuff: School Choice Works, with Matthew Ladner (#370)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:43


The King of Stuff welcomes school-choice guru Dr. Matthew Ladner of the Arizona Charter School Association and Executive Editor of the weblog RedefinED. Previously Ladner served as a Senior Research Fellow at the Charles Koch Institute and Senior Advisor for Research and Policy at Excel in Ed and Vice President of Research and Goldwater Institute. […]

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
HubWonk: Progressive Policy Study: Californians Dreamin' While Jobs and People Leavin' (#104)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022


Hubwonk host Joe Selvaggi talks with California Policy Center president Will Swaim about how the state's ambitious policies have combined to stick its residents with the highest cost of living and a tax regime that discourages investment, innovation, and its vital entrepreneurial class. Guest Will Swaim is president of the California Policy Center. A journalist for […]

rSlash
r/Maliciouscompliance Follow Policy? OK! Thanks for the $21,000!

rSlash

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 17:15


2nd channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4-rik_U7doQyPpn4co48rw --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Get-It-Done Guy's Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do More
Help! My company's hybrid policy isn't working for me

Get-It-Done Guy's Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do More

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 7:57


Has your company taken an “everyone in the office on Wednesday” approach to managing a hybrid workforce? Rachel Cooke, your Modern Mentor, explains what you can do if your office's hybrid policy isn't working for you.Modern Mentor is written and hosted by Rachel Cooke. Transcript available at Simplecast.Find Modern Mentor on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, or subscribe to the newsletter to get more tips to fuel your professional success.Modern Mentor is a part of Quick and Dirty Tips.Links: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/modern-mentor-newsletterhttps://www.facebook.com/QDTModernMentorhttps://twitter.com/QDTModernMentorhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/modern-mentor-podcast/

The Dave Ramsey Show
Double-Check Your Homeowners Insurance Policy! (Hour 3)

The Dave Ramsey Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 39:56


Dave Ramsey & Kristina Ellis discuss: Should you sell your business? Should you increase your homeowners insurance to go up with your home's value? Should you buy a modular home for retirement? Is a lineman a good career move? Want a plan for your money? Find out where to start: https://bit.ly/3nInETX Listen to all The Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3GxiXm6