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From the birth of the republic, American presidents have communicated with the public in one form or another. The frequency and exact nature of such efforts have varied quite a bit over time due to variables ranging from the extent of partisanship in the media to each commander in chief's personal preference to travel technology. Political scientist Anne Pluta has explored this history deeply, including extensive analysis of contemporary newspaper accounts back to the late 18th century. And her insights, contained in writings like the book “Persuading the Public: The Evolution of Popular Presidential Communication from Washington to Trump,” provide plenty of surprises and even challenge some conventional wisdom about the presidency.David Priess chatted with her about her favorite presidents and her assessment of the best communicators among them; the precedents set by George Washington; Thomas Jefferson's State of the Union delivery method; changes in the communication environment during the Andrew Jackson era; Abraham Lincoln's exceptional presidency; the importance of train travel for presidential contact with the public; Rutherford Hayes's underappreciated importance in presidential communication; Theodore Roosevelt as a speaker; Woodrow Wilson's decision to deliver the State of the Union address in person; the importance for presidential communication of radio, television, and the availability of Air Force One; the relatively brief period of national, "objective" media; the late 20th century shift to splintered media; Donald Trump's social media use; Joe Biden's communication practices; and more.Among the works mentioned in this episode:The play HamiltonThe TV show John AdamsThe movie LincolnThe book Persuading the Public by Anne PlutaThe TV show The West WingThe TV show VeepThe movie The American PresidentThe movie Air Force OneThe movie Independence DayThe TV show ScandalThe book The Devil's TeethThe book Twelve Days of TerrorThe book The WaveChatter is a production of Lawfare and Goat Rodeo. This episode was produced and edited by Cara Shillenn of Goat Rodeo. Podcast theme by David Priess, featuring music created using Groovepad.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy issues a warning about the lack of data on social media's effects on developing brains (First) | Ken Burns and Michael Kimmelman celebrate the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, which opened to the public 140 years ago (Starts at 21:45) | Stephen Vladeck, author of The Shadow Docket: How the Supreme Court Uses Stealth Rulings to Amass Power and Undermine the Republic (Basic Books, 2023) (Starts at 38:15) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.
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A quick FlyBy! I first asked ChatGPT what would need to happen for the entire world to embrace the existence of the Nephilim: For the whole world to accept the existence of Nephilim, both in the past and the present, the following outcomes and connections might need to occur: Archaeological evidence: The discovery of undeniable and well-preserved archaeological evidence that supports the existence of Nephilim. This could include the unearthing of giant skeletal remains, artifacts, and other materials that provide a clear link to the biblical accounts. DNA analysis: The extraction and analysis of DNA from these remains that would demonstrate a significant departure from human genetic makeup, supporting the theory of Nephilim as a separate or hybrid species. Historical documentation: The uncovering of additional historical texts and accounts from various civilizations around the world that corroborate the existence of Nephilim and their interactions with humans. Modern sightings: Credible, well-documented sightings or encounters with living Nephilim, ideally captured on video or through other forms of indisputable evidence. Scientific validation: Reputable scientists and researchers from diverse backgrounds and fields must conduct thorough, unbiased studies of the evidence and come to a consensus that supports the existence of Nephilim. Government acknowledgment: Official acknowledgment from world governments and international organizations, such as the United Nations, which would need to publicly confirm the findings and validate the existence of Nephilim. Public discourse and education: Widespread dissemination of the evidence and its implications through media, education, and public discourse, leading to a shift in public opinion and acceptance of the existence of Nephilim. Religious adaptation: Major religious institutions would need to address and incorporate the existence of Nephilim into their belief systems, acknowledging their role in history and their presence in modern times. I then asked“What about cultural acceptance through media, film, TV, social media, celebrities, athletes, events, galas, etc?”(Note: See if you can identify what already exists on this list) ChatGPT Cultural acceptance of the existence of Nephilim would require a widespread integration of the concept into various aspects of popular culture, including media, film, TV, social media, and public figures. Here are some ways that could happen: Film and TV portrayals: The creation of movies and TV shows that feature Nephilim as characters or central themes, providing a platform for mainstream discussion and familiarity with the concept. Documentaries and news coverage: In-depth documentaries and news segments that explore the evidence and implications of Nephilim existence, featuring interviews with experts, witnesses, and other relevant figures. Social media campaigns: Viral social media campaigns, hashtags, and online communities dedicated to discussing and promoting awareness of the Nephilim. Celebrity endorsements: Public figures, including celebrities and athletes, expressing their belief in or support for the existence of Nephilim, sharing their thoughts on social media or during interviews. Educational programs and events: Conferences, workshops, and seminars focused on the topic of Nephilim, featuring experts and thought leaders who can provide insight and foster a broader understanding of the subject. Art and literature: The incorporation of Nephilim themes in various forms of art and literature, such as paintings, sculptures, novels, and poetry, helping to normalize the concept and create a cultural dialogue around it. Public events and galas: High-profile events, fundraisers, and galas that showcase and celebrate the existence of Nephilim, potentially featuring live encounters, expert discussions, and other forms of engagement. Collaborations with religious institutions: Partnering with religious institutions to foster a more inclusive understanding of the Nephilim and their role in spiritual beliefs and practices. Public debate and discussion: Hosting public debates and discussions that engage a wide range of perspectives and voices, allowing for the exploration of various viewpoints and promoting a more nuanced understanding of the topic. These efforts would contribute to the cultural acceptance and normalization of the Nephilim concept, making it more likely for the general public to embrace their existence. I then asked about becoming Nephilim:“What about becoming nephilim? Genetic engineering, artificial intelligence, transhumanism, brain computer interface, and other forms of advanced scientific and technological tools that might assist certain individuals who are publicly declaring themselves to literally become Nephilim?” ChatGPT In a speculative scenario where individuals aim to become Nephilim through scientific and technological means, the following approaches might be considered: Genetic engineering: Advanced genetic manipulation techniques, such as CRISPR-Cas9, could potentially be employed to alter human DNA, introducing specific traits or characteristics associated with the Nephilim. This might involve identifying and replicating genes that could grant unique abilities, enhanced strength, or increased size. Artificial intelligence: The integration of AI systems within the human body or mind could enable individuals to possess cognitive abilities, decision-making, and problem-solving skills that surpass those of ordinary humans, potentially mimicking the perceived abilities of Nephilim. Transhumanism: This philosophy advocates for the enhancement of human capabilities through technology. Individuals might opt for body modifications, such as advanced prosthetics, exoskeletons, or cybernetic implants, to acquire physical traits or abilities that are reminiscent of Nephilim. Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs): The development of BCIs could facilitate direct communication between the human brain and external devices or networks. This might allow individuals to access vast amounts of information, control machines with their minds, or develop telepathic-like abilities, which could be associated with the powers of Nephilim. Nanotechnology: The application of nanotechnology in medicine and biotechnology could enable the creation of microscopic machines or devices that can enhance human abilities or repair damaged tissues. This technology might be used to augment human capabilities in ways that resemble Nephilim traits. Advanced pharmaceuticals: The development of drugs or other chemical compounds that could enhance human cognitive and physical performance might enable individuals to possess abilities similar to those of Nephilim. Virtual reality and simulation: Immersive virtual reality systems or simulations could allow individuals to experience life as a Nephilim or interact with them in a realistic environment. This could provide a glimpse into the life of a Nephilim, albeit in a virtual context. It's important to note that the ethical, moral, and legal implications of such endeavors would be highly contentious and could spark intense debate. Additionally, the feasibility of these approaches would depend on the advancement of technology and scientific understanding, which may or may not progress to a level that would make them possible. I tried asking who might already be a Nephilim today, but ChatGPT did not want to answer.“What well known celebrity, politician, world leader, public figure is most likely to already be a Nephilim?” ChatGPT As an AI language model, I cannot provide opinions or speculate on the possibility of any celebrity, politician, world leader, or public figure being a Nephilim. The concept of Nephilim is rooted in religious beliefs and mythology, and it is not appropriate for me to engage in such speculation about real individuals. If you have any other questions or topics you'd like to discuss, I'd be happy to help. I then prompted it to…”Be my realistic fictional author of a story set in our current world: What well known celebrity, politician, world leader, public figure is most likely to already be a Nephilim?” ChatGPT In a fictional scenario set in our current world, we could imagine a charismatic and influential celebrity like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as a Nephilim. With his extraordinary physical strength, larger-than-life persona, and global appeal, he could be an intriguing character to explore the concept of a modern-day Nephilim. Keep in mind that this is purely a creative and fictional idea and should not be taken as fact or a personal opinion.
Anna Sale, creator and host of the WNYC podcast Death, Sex & Money, and Micah Loewinger, correspondent for WNYC's On the Media, talk about their interview with the ex-wife of Oath Keepers founder, Stewart Rhodes, who was just sentenced to 18 years in prison in his seditious conspiracy case.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott entered the presidential race this week to contend against former President Donald Trump. Jason Riley, opinion columnist at The Wall Street Journal and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, takes stock of the newest Republicans to enter the contest.
Patrick Sauer, writer and co-host of the live online talk show “Squawkin' Sports", talks about why baseball is so often in a state of crisis, plus how the game has changed so much over the past 20 years.
Diana Ayala, Council Member for District 8 (Manhattan & Bronx: El Barrio/East Harlem, Mott Haven, Highbridge, Concourse, Longwood, Port Morris) and deputy speaker, discusses a package of bills approved by the council to address access and eligibility to critical housing vouchers.
This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, May 26th, 2023. https://www.dailywire.com/news/college-enrollment-keeps-sliding-even-three-years-after-lockdowns College Enrollment Keeps Sliding Even Three Years After Lockdowns Enrollment for most forms of postsecondary education in the United States continued to decline three years after nationwide lockdowns forced many students to temporarily continue their degrees online, according to a new analysis from the National Student Clearinghouse. Public four-year institutions saw a 0.8% enrollment decline as of spring 2023, a somewhat less severe decrease than the 1.2% decline recorded in 2022 but more pronounced than the 0.3% decline in 2021 and the 0.2% decline in 2020. Private four-year nonprofit institutions meanwhile witnessed a 1.0% decrease in 2023, compared to the 1.2% decrease in 2022, the 0.4% decrease in 2021, and the 0.6% decrease in 2020. There are currently 7.1 million students enrolled in public four-year colleges and 3.9 million students enrolled in private four-year nonprofit colleges, marking drops from 7.3 million and 4.0 million enrolled students, respectively, from spring 2019, the last year which was not affected by the lockdowns. “Undergraduates at public and private nonprofit four-year institutions are still declining but at slower rates,” the analysis from the National Student Clearinghouse summarized. “Total postsecondary enrollment remains well below pre-pandemic levels.” Community college enrollment nevertheless increased 0.5% as of spring 2023, a phenomenon driven by “dual enrolled high school students and freshmen,” while the number of students pursuing graduate or professional degrees plummeted 2.2% from last year. The postsecondary education marketplace has been critically disrupted by the lockdowns and the advent of virtual instruction, realities which increasingly prompted students to question the time and funds they devote toward their college degrees. Elevated levels of student debt, which officials in the Biden administration are seeking to address through an executive order to cancel $10,000 in loans for every borrower earning less than $125,000, have also prompted many students to pause or discontinue their education. The debt forgiveness policy was recently examined by the Supreme Court, which is expected to release an opinion on the controversial move within the next month. Lockdowns also severely diminished learning outcomes at the primary and secondary levels. The most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress showed that average reading scores for nine-year-olds plummeted five points and average mathematics scores dropped seven points, marking the first score decline for reading in three decades and the first score decline for mathematics in the history of the initiative. Stanford University economist and Hoover Institution senior fellow Eric Hanushek revealed in a recent study that learning losses could cause affected students to lose between 2% and 9% of their lifetime earnings as they miss the opportunity to learn critical skills, reducing prospects for future nationwide economic growth. Parents concerned about the impact of lockdowns on education have removed their children from government schools at an unprecedented rate. The number of homeschooled students increased from 2.7 million in 2020 to 3.1 million in 2023, according to a study from the National Home Education Research Institute. New Saint Andrews: Today’s culture shifts like sand, but New Saint Andrews College is established on Christ, the immovable rock. The college is a premier institution that forges evangelical leaders who don’t fear or hate the world. Guided by God’s word, equipped with the genius of classical liberal arts and God-honoring wisdom, with a faculty dedicated to academic rigor and to God’s kingdom, New Saint Andrews College offers an education that frees people. Logic and language, hard work and joyful courage, old books and godly professors — New Saint Andrews Colleges provides time-tested resources that can equip your student for any vocation. To find out more, visit: nsa.edu https://www.theblaze.com/news/member-group-of-coalition-pushing-extreme-abortion-initiative-in-ohio-fighting-to-undercut-parental-rights Coalition pushing extreme abortion initiative in Ohio says it isn't trying to undermine parental rights. A member group's explicit agenda suggests otherwise. A leftist coalition is working to roll back Ohio's few remaining abortion restrictions by way of a proposed constitutional amendment. Some opposition groups have suggested that this craftily worded proposal will not only enable late-term abortions, but undermine parental rights on these and other matters of life and death, including the ability to protect children from sex-change mutilations. While proponents of member groups in the coalition have claimed the amendment will not undermine parental rights, recently highlighted remarks made by a key player behind the abortion initiative have done little to inspire confidence. Ohio Physicians for Reproductive Rights and Ohioans for Reproductive Freedom PAC are leading the charge to enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution by way of an initiated constitutional amendment called the "Ohio Right to Make Reproductive Decisions Including Abortion Initiative." The proposal to put this abortion initiative on the November 2023 ballot was certified in March by the state attorney general. The proposed amendment further states that the "state shall not, directly or indirectly, burden, penalize, prohibit, interfere with, or discriminate against either: 1. An individual's voluntary exercise of this right or 2. A person or entity that assists an individual exercising this right, unless the State demonstrates that it is using the least restrictive means to advance the individual's health in accordance with widely accepted and evidence-based standards of care." The only ostensible restriction on abortion admitted in the amendment leaves determinations as to whether a viable human being can be exterminated up to abortionists. Parental rights are implicated and eroded under the amendment, argued the pro-life activists, because "'reproductive decisions' is a very broad term, and is intentionally included to stop any effort to put reasonable restrictions or enforce parental rights on a wide array of other destructive decisions—potentially including sex change surgeries." Carrie Severino and Frank Scaturro of the Judicial Crisis Network concurred, noting in National Review that "'reproductive decisions' ... is a very broad term. By explicitly defining such decisions as 'not limited to' the enumerated categories, the proposal establishes its scope as sweeping. A natural reading would extend to any medical procedure that involves the human reproductive system, including sex-change surgery." Extra to potentially affecting parents' ability to protect their children from sex-change mutilations and devastating puberty blockers, Dannenfelser and Sekulow highlighted how "if Ohio adopts the amendment, the state's supreme court can be expected to go even farther than the U.S. Supreme Court ever did in undoing the state's parental consent laws," in part by "outlawing any legal requirement for a parent to be notified about or consent before an abortion—or any other procedure related to 'reproduction decisions'—is performed on their child." https://twitter.com/i/status/1636019433578672130 - Play Video https://www.military.com/daily-news/2023/05/23/va-cant-account-187-million-emergency-covid-19-funding.html VA Can't Account for $187 Million in Emergency COVID-19 Funding The Department of Veterans Affairs can’t account for at least $187 million in supplementary COVID-19 funding spread across more than 10,000 transactions related to the pandemic, according to a House oversight committee. Congress and the VA are at odds over the department's handling of nearly $37 billion in additional funding it received to address the COVID-19 pandemic, with House Veterans Affairs Committee leaders on both sides of the aisle critical of its failure to account for every dime. Chairman Mike Bost, R-Ill., and ranking member Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif., praised the department for its pandemic response overall but called the VA out for its inability to account for the money, during a hearing sidetracked by GOP rancor over the department's messaging on debt ceiling legislation. Between 2020 and 2021, the VA received roughly $37 billion to address COVID-19 response, including an initial $60 million, followed by $19.6 billion in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act and another $17 billion in the American Rescue Plan. As part of the deal to receive the funding, the department was required to account for its spending, a mandate underscored by passage in November 2021 of the VA Transparency and Trust Act. Across a series of 40 reviews and reports, the VA Office of Inspector General found numerous accounting issues involving the COVID-19 funds, including a lack of visibility over payroll, some contracts and medical supplies. The IG said the problems are attributable to the department's decentralized management structure, as well as an outdated financial information technology software – that it doesn't expect to modernize for another decade. It determined that the department was challenged by inaccurate payroll accounting; used manual transfers and adjustments to its financial management systems that led to at least 53 reporting errors; had problems with supply acquisition, such as duplicate purchases; and failed to properly oversee its efforts to provide telehealth hardware to veterans, namely distributing tablet computers and cell phones so they could access health care but not recouping the equipment when the veteran failed to use it. Given the issues, both Bost and Takano said they have concerns for the $2.1 billion remaining in American Rescue Plan funds, with Bost and fellow Republicans saying the money should be returned, while Takano pressed the VA to be more transparent as it continues using the funding. VA officials told the committee Tuesday that the department will spend the remaining American Rescue Plan money by the end of the fiscal year for programs initiated during the pandemic such as housing and telehealth for homeless veterans; prosthetics and medical research, including studies of long COVID; and on preventing the spread of contagious diseases in hospital and administrative settings. https://www.outkick.com/matt-araiza-jets-workout-allegations-cleared-up/ NEW YORK JETS WORKING OUT MATT ARAIZA TWO WEEKS AFTER PUNTER’S NAME WAS CLEARED OF GANG RAPE ALLEGATIONS Matt Araiza has landed his first workout with an NFL team since being cut by the Buffalo Bills ahead of last season over gang rape allegations. The New York Jets are giving the free-agent punter a look, according to Adam Schefter. Matt Araiza was cut by the Bills in August 2022 shortly after an allegation was made public that he had taken part in the gang rape of a minor while attending San Diego State. Fast-forward nine months to May of this year, and it has been determined that he was not present at the time of the incident that allegedly took place in October 2021. The transcript of a meeting between the accuser and prosecutors was brought to light just over two weeks ago in which investigators explained that they do not believe Araiza was present at the time of the alleged assault. Prosecutors in the San Diego District Attorney’s Office declined to file criminal charges, but Araiza is still facing a civil suit that he has no plans of settling anytime soon. Despite that there wasn’t a single fact was known about the alleged incident, the Bills caved to the portion of the public who had already deemed the punter guilty and cut him shortly before the start of the 2022 NFL regular season.
The Compound Show with Downtown Josh Brown
On episode 94 of The Compound and Friends, Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown are joined by Dror Poleg to discuss Nvidia's ascent, the AI explosion, the future of work, and much more!Thanks to Public for sponsoring this episode. Go to https://public.com/compound to learn more about their new Treasury accounts.Check out the latest in financial blogger fashion at The Compound shop: https://www.idontshop.comInvesting involves the risk of loss. This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be or regarded as personalized investment advice or relied upon for investment decisions. Michael Batnick and Josh Brown are employees of Ritholtz Wealth Management and may maintain positions in the securities discussed in this video. All opinions expressed by them are solely their own opinion and do not reflect the opinion of Ritholtz Wealth Management.Wealthcast Media, an affiliate of Ritholtz Wealth Management, receives payment from various entities for advertisements in affiliated podcasts, blogs and emails. Inclusion of such advertisements does not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation thereof, or any affiliation therewith, by the Content Creator or by Ritholtz Wealth Management or any of its employees. For additional advertisement disclaimers see here https://ritholtzwealth.com/advertising-disclaimers. Investments in securities involve the risk of loss. Any mention of a particular security and related performance data is not a recommendation to buy or sell that security. The information provided on this website (including any information that may be accessed through this website) is not directed at any investor or category of investors and is provided solely as general information.Obviously nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. See our disclosures here:https://ritholtzwealth.com/podcast-youtube-disclosures/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What are the top myths in the health and fitness industry? Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Chuck Nice and Gary O'Reilly explore pseudoscience, “quick fix” fads like Ozempic, and how to navigate wellness with exercise scientist, Dr. Nick Tiller.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/fact-and-fiction-of-health-and-wellness-with-dr-nick-tiller/Thanks to our Patrons David Butler, Aliaksandra Basalayeva, Savage162, Nicholas Pompelia, Fred Lombardo, and Kris Brown for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Airman 1st Class Daniel Brosam, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
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On this week's episode, hosts jarrett hill and Tre'vell Anderson get into the complex and complicado of “Learning In Public”, similar to what jarrett had to do when he was called in for being fatphobic a few episodes back. The two discuss navigating the pressures that come with making mistakes publicly and why being willing to continue to learn to do better is so important. But first, Tre'vell poses A Tough Question: Is there ever a right time to call the police, in today's climate? And later, jarrett and Tre'vell's Dis/Honorable Mentions and some updates on the summer swimming lesson BOCO we've got cooking up.Mentioned In this EpisodeWe See Each Other The Podcast Grace Lee BoggsDIS/Honorable Mentions jh:HM: Rupaul Andre Charles for Architectural Digest's Open Door M: The WGA Writers Strike TAHM: Trans PromOur Sponsors This WeekBrooklinenBrooklinen makes shifting seasons something to look forward to. Find everything you need for a home refresh, with award-winning sheets, comforters, and all the accessories in between.And to all the LA folks, you can now shop Brooklinen's sheets, towels and more in person at their Santa Monica store.For a limited time, FANTI listeners will get $20 off plus free shipping on orders of $100 or more by using the code FANTI. Go ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'vell)Twitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@vivalapalma (Producer Palmira Muniz) @Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)Laura Swisher is senior producer Music: Cor.eceGraphics: Ashley NguyenFANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.org
Jeff Stein, White House economics reporter for The Washington Post, explains what will actually happen in the U.S. if the government hits the debt ceiling, and shares his analysis of how the negotiations to prevent that are going.
The Adams administration is seeking to suspend New York City's "right to shelter" law as it struggles to meet the demands of the migrant crisis. Christine Quinn, president & CEO of Win, and Robert Hayes, president and CEO of Community Healthcare Network. He argued the case that established New York state's”right to shelter, and went on to found the Coalition for the Homeless, discusses the latest news and how it might impact the city's homeless population.
The Supreme Court has increasingly made decisions by way of the "shadow docket," emergency rulings that remain outside the public view. Stephen Vladeck, University of Texas School of Law professor and the author of The Shadow Docket: How the Supreme Court Uses Stealth Rulings to Amass Power and Undermine the Republic (Basic Books, 2023), digs deeper into the implications.
Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham University, host of the podcast FAQNYC, host of The Blackest Questions podcast on the Grio and the author of Black Ethnics (Oxford University Press, 2013), talks about how the city is managing the needs of migrants, the political forces behind financial support for Daniel Penny, who has been charged with killing Jordan Neely on the F train, the city's budget and more local news.
It has been 140 years since the Brooklyn Bridge opened to the public. Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, who made his first film about it back in the 1980s, and Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic for The New York Times and the author of The Intimate City: Walking New York (Penguin Press, 2022), talk about walking across the iconic bridge, the history of who built it and the "why" behind beautiful infrastructure.
Listeners call-in to test their knowledge of pop culture—and for a chance to win a prize.
With so many not-to-be-missed cultural offerings this summer, Precious Fondren, WNYC/Gothamist culture and arts reporter, shares some of the highlights. Today, she previews some of the celebrations planned to mark 50 years of Hip Hop. For more ideas:"What to see, hear and do for free right now in New York City" (Gothamist, 5/4/23) "30 must-see concerts and summer festivals in the NYC area" (Gothamist, 5/18/23)
Listeners call in to tell us how they align their consumption habits, budgets and love of guilty pleasures.
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Justin Trudeau mansplaining to Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni about LGBTQ rights at the G7 Summit; comparing a Budweiser commercial by Ed McMahon on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” to the recent Bud Light fiasco courtesy of Dylan Mulvaney; Italy pushing for a lab-grown meat ban; and climate activists pouring black liquid into Italy's Trevi Fountain to protest Italy's use of fossil fuels. Dave also does a special “ask me anything” question-and-answer session on a wide-ranging host of topics, answering questions from the Rubin Report Locals community.
Eddie and Lunchbox shared recent things they've done, and we debated if what they did was shady or not! Find out what happened! Plus, Eddie saw a celebrity at his sons' baseball game, and chickened out talking to them, hear who it was! Then, Bobby shares a scam alert because he almost got GOT and Amy revealed a sketchy text message she received.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy Read, professor of marine biology and the director of the Duke University Marine Laboratory, talks about why so many beached whales are turning up on the New York and New Jersey coastlines, and why claims from some groups that surveying for wind farms is causing the deaths are untrue.
With so many not-to-be-missed cultural offerings this summer, Steve Smith, WNYC/Gothamist culture and arts editor, shares some of the highlights. Today, he previews some of the top offerings for seeing movies under the stars. →For links, see: "What to see, hear and do for free right now in New York City" (Gothamist, 5/4/23)
Listeners call-in to test their knowledge of local geography—and for a chance to win a prize.
Listeners call in to thank a stranger who helped them out of a jam in the past.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy talks about why he has issued a warning about the lack of data on the safety of social media's effects on developing brains.
It's getting hot over here on The Cadillac Jack My Second Act podcast. The weather. The weather is getting hot. Donna talks about her experience as a mom during summertime and the onslaught of boredom all you moms out there are about to be challenged with…from your kids. We all have big plans for the summer that just never end up panning out. Just go with it. Apparently, Americans are getting pretty high at work. Like, to record highs. Pun intended. What gives? Was it the pandemic? Changes to state laws? Public perception? We don't know, but we'd encourage you to take up a job in creative circles if you choose to partake. How could the Weinermobile be called anything else? Well, apparently it can, as Oscar Meyer has announced that going forward it will be called the Frank Mobile. That's…dumb. Thank you to everyone we saw at the Red, White and Blue Parking Lot Party at Gallery Furniture! It was so good to see and catch up with so many of you and we hope you keep in touch throughout the year. Have any recommendations for the Hype Song Playlist? Text or call 770-464-6024.
Dark Poutine - True Crime and Dark History
Episode 268: On November 18, 1987, Jay Cook, 20, and Tanya Van Cuylenborg, 18, a young couple from Vancouver Island, went on a road trip to Seattle, Washington. Unfortunately, they were never seen alive again. Their bodies were discovered weeks later in separate locations. Tanya had been raped, shot, and left in a ditch in Skagit County. Jay was found strangled in the woods near Monroe, about 60 miles away. The case went unsolved for over three decades until 2018, when authorities were able to use genetic genealogy to identify a suspect. He was arrested and charged with the murders. The man pleaded not guilty. In 2021, after his trial, the man was the first to be convicted using genetic genealogy. The couple's killer was subsequently sentenced to life behind bars. Sources: The Murder of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg - Unsolved Mysteries The disappearance of Tanya Van Cuylenborg and Jay Cook: Following a decades-old cold case - CBS News Sheriff's Office Seeks Information for Unsolved 1987 Murders | Snohomish County, WA Sheriff's Office Detectives Seek the Public's Help to Identify Suspect in 1987 Double Homicide Cold Case | Snohomish County, WA Arrest Made in 1987 Double Homicide Cold Case | Snohomish County, WA 2018 Annual Report | Skagit County Sheriff's Office Suspect arrested in 1987 deaths of a young couple from BC | HeraldNet.com My cousin, the killer: Her DNA cracked a 1987 double murder - Victoria News Parabon NanoLabs: Engineering DNA for Next-Generation Nanotech, Analytics, and Forensics GENSCO | Home Chelsea Rustad | AMA : IAmA How DNA Expert CeCe Moore Solved 109 Cold Cases Is murder in your DNA? - The Fifth Estate season premiere - YouTube Killer of Tanya Van Cuylenborg and Jay Cook Sentenced | CBC News Life in prison for 1987 killer of young Canadian couple | Seattle Weekly Man convicted in the murder of Saanich couple left DNA on zip tie in 1987 – Victoria News Man appealing genetic genealogy murder conviction was a violent child, his family told police | CBC News State Of Washington, Respondent V. William Earl Talbott II Conviction for 1987 murders of Tanya van Cuylenborg and Jay Cook overturned | CBC News) Guilty verdict in 1987 killings of Saanich couple restored | CTV News The Forever Witness by Edward Humes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rohan Grey is an assistant professor at Willamette University College of Law and has been involved in the world of politics and government as it relates to our public money systems. You might remember him as the guy behind the STABLE Act (Stablecoin And Bank Licensing Enforcement) which turned into an episode we did with him in December of 2020. The topic of CBDC and the politicization of our money system has returned, so we wanted to get Rohan back on to learn about what this conversation from his point of view. ------ ✨ DEBRIEF | Unpacking the episode: https://www.bankless.com/debrief-rohan-grey ------
Welcome back to another episode of Weird & Proud! This week we discuss: - Penile Strangulation - An illegal baby name - Shower & Bathroom Etiquette & of course, listener weird voicemails including: - Strap on City - Pooping in Public & more! Make sure to call us into www.speakpipe.com/weirdandproud and leave us your weird secret! We love you weirdos!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/samantha-ramsdell/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/samantha-ramsdell/support
Greg Boyd: Apologies & Explanations
Greg explores quality prayer in light of Matthew 6:5-8. Dan fails to be funny. Episode 1101 Greg's new book: Inspired Imperfection Dan's new book: Confident Humility Send Questions To: Dan: @thatdankentTwitter: @reKnewOrg Facebook: ReKnew Email: email@example.com Links: Greg's book:"Crucifixion of the Warrior God" Website: ReKnew.org
Join Jim and Greg as they offer up two good martinis and a crazy one. First, they welcome South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott into the 2024 GOP presidential race, highlighting his good policy ideas and his happy warrior approach to politics. They also cheer a new poll showing Americans overwhelmingly supporting work requirements for Medicaid and SNAP recipients. Finally, Jim lays out the strong case for why President Biden raising the debt ceiling without approval from Congress would be grossly unconstitutional.Please visit our great sponsors:4Patriothttps://4Patriots.comUse code MARTINI to get 10% off your purchase.
Flame Canada. I Don't Like Beeeeeeeer (in Tina Voice). The Right Way To Go To High School. Extra Virgin Coffee. AI AI O. Lady Mix Tapes, For Ladies. I Neither Left with Pepsi but took with Pizza. Netless and Nutless. IT'S TOO EARLY FOR A FISH SANDWICH EXTERMINATE EXTERMINATE!! Concertville. Ready for the White Man's Overbite. You say Playlist, I say Mix Tape. The Hamburgler Has Moved Onto Pizza. Butt Spooning. The Furs are still Psychadelic. AppSlappy and more on this episode of The Morning Stream. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bug juice...first kisses...tick bites. Listeners call in to share their most enduring summer camp memories from childhood.
With so many not-to-be-missed cultural offerings this summer, Steve Smith, WNYC/Gothamist culture and arts editor, shares some of the highlights. Today, he previews some of the top offerings for theater and dance performances. →"What to see, hear and do for free right now in New York City" (Gothamist, 5/4/23) →Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival
How well did you pay attention to the news so far in 2023? Prove yourself in the second installment of The Brian Lehrer Show's almost-mid-year news quiz. Call-in and get a prize if you answer questions correctly about local and national news.
New York City Comptroller Brad Lander shares his proposals for the city budget that he says will cut costs but not essential services, plus weighs in on how the city is dealing with migrants and the state of the economy.
Richard Helppie's Common Bridge
This week on The Common Common Bridge, Richard's guest is M.L. Elrick, a Pulitzer Prize winner. They discuss the closure of a media room at City Hall in Detroit, Michigan, and how media access to City Hall helped expose the crimes of former Detroit Mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick. This ultimately led to his resignation from office and criminal conviction in 2013. Additionally, they explore the responsibility of the press to report facts and push back against the spread of affirmation news reporting that is prevalent in the country today. They also touch upon the role of national media in this context.Support the showEngage the conversation on Substack at The Common Bridge!
Jack Greco built one of the first unicorn startups in a tier two city. After taking that venture public he has gone on to become an angel investor and VC fund manager. His VC, Stealth Venture Fund, has invested in startups like Go Fish Capital, Bounce Imaging, ShearShare, and Patient Pattern.
Negotiations on the debt ceiling are continuing as the June 1 deadline for a default looms. Catie Edmondson, Congressional correspondent for The New York Times, discusses the "tricky politics" of the negotiations, where Republicans are holding out for steep spending cuts and changes to social safety net programs in exchange for raising the limit, which some Democrats won't accept.
Public pools are gross. That's it. That's the musical. Listen as Shae, Zach, and Caleb sing all about that. Thanks to Ethan Young and Gabriel Goulding for producing this episode. Visit https://linktr.ee/improvbroadway for more improvised goodness! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/musicalmonday/support
Vlada Shestakova - Survival guide for sensitive people | Embodiment & breathwork teacher | Public speaker Go to www.thejasoncavnessexperience.com for the full episode and other episodes of The Jason Cavness Experience on your favorite platforms. Sponsor CavnessHR delivers HR companies with 49 or fewer people with our HR platform and by providing you access to your own HRBP. www.CavnessHR.com Vlada's Bio My name is Vlada Shestakova and I am 34 years old. I was born in Moscow, USSR (currently Russia), and spent my childhood in Johannesburg, South Africa. At the age of 7, I returned to Moscow and lived there until I was 20. At 17, I was accepted to the Moscow State Academy of Law – the top Law School in the country. When I was 20, I dropped out and moved to London to work as a project management analyst for Clifford Chance. A year later I decided to return home and joined Adidas as an Executive Assistant to the General Manager of Adidas in Russia. Shortly after my return to Moscow I went back to Law school and graduated three years later. From 2012 until 2018 I dedicated my time to becoming a great corporate lawyer as I worked for Abbott Labs and Eli Lilly. I became an experienced corporate warrior and met great people, but all that time I was yearning for more. Growing up in a family of entrepreneurs it only felt natural to become one, so in 2018 with the help of my husband, I started my first business and a few months later my second business which became my first success story. In 2020 I moved to the US; one week before Covid. I worked hard to manage my business through covid, but two years later I realized that it no longer serves my purpose and I decided to close the business. Immigration and covid became points of substantial personal growth. I got an opportunity to slow down, rethink my path and start doing something that has always been so important to me – serving people. Over the last 1,5 years, I've been training extensively to finally call myself a trauma-informed wellness coach for highly sensitive people (HSP). My journey to becoming a coach and breathwork practitioner began with my own struggles as a highly sensitive person. Back then, I did not know that I was an HSP and battled with severe anxiety, panic attacks, and fatigue, thinking that something was profoundly wrong with my health. Going to public places and network events throughout my corporate career was a disaster. Despite my confident appearance, I could not shake off feeling overwhelmed in social situations. I was anxious and permanently tired. Burnout became my best friend. Only after I discovered the concept of highly sensitive people, and everything started to make sense. I finally understood why I had been struggling for so long. Along the way, I discovered the power of breathwork to help us release stuck emotions, clear our minds, and connect with our inner selves. I realized I wanted to share this practice with others. Through my personal experience, I felt called to help highly sensitive people navigate their journeys with greater ease and understanding. That's why I became a certified coach and breathwork practitioner specializing in working with highly sensitive people. Being highly sensitive is a gift. I am passionate about helping my clients understand their highly sensitive trait and how to use it as a strength rather than a weakness. I help them develop tools to manage overwhelm, anxiety, and stress and learn to honor their needs and boundaries. Through breathwork, I guide them to connect with their inner wisdom and intuition, allowing them to tap into their unique gifts and live more fulfilling lives. We talk about the following among a few other subjects Russia Dropping out of Law School Highly Sensitive People Controlling your emotions What you should look for in a coach. Vlada's Social Media Vlada's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vlada-shestakova-318b824b/ Vlada's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sovetn1k/ Vlada's Advice I can give you this little technique. I think anyone who's listening to the podcast might benefit from it. if you're feeling anxious, or if you feel like you want to focus. But you just cannot stop doing things and you need to concentrate. A good method to ground yourself would be just to sit straight and feel the support underneath like feel the chair. See if there is any tension, tension in your belly. If there is just relax it. Just make sure that you're sitting upright, and just relax Relax the shoulders and relax the jaw. Just take a deep breath. For a lot of people that would really help them to kind of focus and get their shit together.