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Best podcasts about punishing

Latest podcast episodes about punishing

Topic Lords
102. I Wouldn't Touch That With A 3.048 Meter Pole

Topic Lords

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 62:50


Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Nathan * https://twitter.com/MommysBestGames/ * http://www.mommysbestgames.com/ * Tyriq * https://twitter.com/FourbitFriday/ * https://www.ckgame.net/ Topics: * The length of poles with which to not touch things as a measure of repulsion * Weezer just released a new album. You can already listen to it, on demand, for free on youtube. How do they, or any band make money today? * Why is the Doom Plasma Rifle like that * Yeasayer - Ambling Alp * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyBl5ZgnEr4 * Unedited (syncable) commentary: https://youtu.be/avmEL1T03qA * Why does the Metaverse look so bland? Microtopics: * Getting feedback and becoming insecure. * Entertaining each other. * 400 Microsoft points. * What you would do if you were lame. * Whatever you call the boy version of Lisa Frank. * Pillboxing. * The consequences of an extremely wide screen. * The Big Steel Battalion Box. * Various pole lengths, esp. the one from How The Grinch Stole Christmas. * The length of the pole with which you don't want to touch continue. * A ten foot pole with haptic feedback so you can touch things with it. * Poking something with a stick to discover how gross it is. * Whether pole vaulting is ridiculous. * Whether pole vaulting is real or just exists in Tremors and The Last Jedi. * That Dutch town where everybody uses communal poles to vault across the river, and how it's all Uber poles now and you have to pay rental fees. * Nobody being trained for pole vaulting but the coach is like "does anyone want to just try it so we don't lose this pole vaulting event by default" and everyone looks at you. * The most salient thing about pole vaulting. * How a band might still make money if some rando uploads their album to Youtube. * Content-ID's failure modes. * Living in a world where piracy won over paying for things. * Trying to watch a movie, where piracy is easier than figuring out how to pay, vs. trying to play a video game where paying is easier than figuring out how to pirate it * All the ways you can support a band financially other than paying for the music, because everyone just listens for free. * The most American gun ever made. * Whether the Doom plasma rifle overheats after it runs out of ammo. * Punishing the player for being careful. * What Tom Hall would've written in the Doom Bible about the plasma rifle if he still worked at id. * A geodesic dome with two of the triangles painted red. * A guy with a mirror for a face. * Someone who lives in the cheese. * Reverse nachos, where things come out of the cheese and eat you. * If the Grim Reaper had a mirror instead of a skull. * This Squishing Face. * Not being allowed to punch the mirror-faced boxer above the neck. * Trying to sing while people pull on your lips. * Getting drenched in VHS fluid. * Homer Simpson in hell taking and spitting out one bite each of infinite burgers. * Whether they are mustard men or cheese men. * Peeling off the cheese and realizing there is a dude in your cheese. * Taking a bite out of a chocolate Easter bunny and the live bunny inside wriggles out and hops away. * Mole. * The music video continuing to be weird while you talk about food. * All the naked people in the desert lying on astronaut blankets and closing their legs relative to the camera. * Making s'mores in a solar oven. * Extremely white flesh in the bright, bright sun. * Facebook giving the Olive Garden treatment to Second Life. * Making the Metaverse as uncool as possible. * Shipping a half dozen telepresence robots to every employee's house so they can have a conference call. * Gravitating towards whatever process or technology has the least friction. * Spelling it as if you are giving a gift to Bit Friday. * Possessivemommysbestgames.com

#HotMessSuccess with Melissa Ludwig
Episode 22: Are You Punishing Yourself For Your Past

#HotMessSuccess with Melissa Ludwig

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 37:30


Episode 22: Are You Punishing Yourself For Your Past by #HotMessSuccess with Melissa Ludwig

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
Cam Heyward Relates Life to Nursery Rhymes, Billy Gardell Feels like Tom Hanks in "Big," Gene Steratore Addresses Ben's Punishing Hits and More

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 138:33


Cam Heyward relates everything to children's movies and nursery rhymes - even losing some key teammates to injuries in a home opener loss to the Vegas Raiders. Gene Steratore tries to calm the room by reassuring the officials are doing their best, and Billy Gardell returns!

The Jesse Kelly Show
Punishing Red States ft. James T. Harris

The Jesse Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 116:38


The Biden administration cant have red states showing them up. Republicans found an unlikely ally with someone who could potentially shake the Democrats to their core, all we have to do is let them speak. Americans in New York gleefully kick out an unvaccinated family and usher in segregation. Crazy teachers in Iowa love controlling your kids. How much? Well they show us exactly how much. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Marketplace All-in-One
Flooding is getting worse. Can tech help us deal with it?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 8:55


Water infrastructure — it’s boring. Invisible. We only care about it when things go wrong, and things have been going wrong. Punishing storms have caused catastrophic flooding in New York, Texas, Louisiana and elsewhere. But water systems are expensive, time consuming and hard to fix. Technology may provide some relief. Marketplace’s Jed Kim talks to Paul Robinson, the executive director of RISE, a nonprofit accelerator in Norfolk, Virginia, that helps develop climate tech. Robinson says one of the companies they fund is StormSensor, which puts sensors in storm and sewer pipes

Marketplace Tech
Flooding is getting worse. Can tech help us deal with it?

Marketplace Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 8:55


Water infrastructure — it’s boring. Invisible. We only care about it when things go wrong, and things have been going wrong. Punishing storms have caused catastrophic flooding in New York, Texas, Louisiana and elsewhere. But water systems are expensive, time consuming and hard to fix. Technology may provide some relief. Marketplace’s Jed Kim talks to Paul Robinson, the executive director of RISE, a nonprofit accelerator in Norfolk, Virginia, that helps develop climate tech. Robinson says one of the companies they fund is StormSensor, which puts sensors in storm and sewer pipes

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Friday, August 20, 2021

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 16:02


That was four days ago, five days ago and more on today's CrossPolitic Daily News Brief This is Toby Sumpter. Today is Friday, August 20, 2021. Politics of Sex Conference We really believe that the Fight Laugh Feast Conference is unlike any other conservative Christian conference in the world, maybe even the universe. We here at CrossPolitic believe that we in the West are suffering from a really bad case of BS runs. From Fox News to CBN, we suffer fools gladly, and serve our flattery up with slick hair cuts and big boobs. Haven't you had enough of that already? At the Fight Laugh Feast Conference we don't promise to always be right, but we promise to be afraid of no truth and to tell it unvarnished with the sharp edge always pointed ourselves first. The whole world began with a wedding in a garden, and the whole world is heading toward another wedding in a garden city. Sex is political, what happens in the bedroom never stays there. We are building cultures and kingdoms in our families, in our living rooms, at the dining room table, and yes, in our bedrooms. So join us in Nashville, TN Sep. 9-11 with Voddie Baucham, Douglas Wilson, David Bahnsen, Doug TenNaple, George Grant, C.R. Wiley, Gary Demar, Ben Merkle, Summer Jaeger of the Sheologians, Nancy Wilson, Bekah Merkle, A.D. Robles, Darren Doane, and more. We kick off with beer and Psalms on Thursday night and close it all out with a family style Sabbath dinner Saturday evening. What about the people falling from planes? That was Four, that was Five Days Ago Play Audio Why does that matter? We don't know The Talban is Having an Existential Crisis? https://twitter.com/ABC/status/1428322103040876544?s=20 Play: 0:03-0:19 Safe Passage for Americans? Play: 0:44-0:53 Safe Passage? Safe Passage? There are reports of 10-15,000 Americans still in Afghanistan, and reports today that the US State Department is charging American citizens to be evacuated. You can COVID vaccines for free. You can get stimulus checks sent around like AOL CDs coming in the mail (back in the day). But you can't get safe passage back home when your country suddenly pulls out of a terrorist region. This is one of the legitimate jobs of civil government – protecting the lives of the innocent. Punishing criminals and bad guys. https://twitter.com/SkyNews/status/1428008787521150978?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1428008787521150978%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxnews.com%2Fpolitics%2Fuk-mp-shameful-biden-afghan-troops-ran Play: 2:19-3:03 Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat It's so Bad Even the British Parliament Holds Biden in Contempt for Afghan Debacle https://freebeacon.com/latest-news/uk-parliament-holds-biden-in-contempt-for-afghanistan-withdrawal/ The United Kingdom's Parliament on Wednesday held President Joe Biden in contempt for his withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, calling the move "catastrophic" and "shameful." Members of Parliament, including some who served alongside U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan, accused Biden of "throwing us and everybody else to the fire" with his decision to withdraw. They also attacked Biden for his "shameful" criticism of the Afghan National Army and said it was "dishonourable" to blame Afghanistan's fighting force for the Taliban's takeover. Chad Robichaux is Also Embarrassed for America Play Play Bomb Threat on Capitol Hill https://www.wsj.com/articles/congressional-office-building-evacuated-after-police-find-suspicious-vehicle-11629383785?mod=hp_listb_pos2 When asked about it, Biden said that was like four days ago, or five days ago at least. Fight Laugh Feast Magazine https://flfnetwork.com/product/fight-laugh-feast-magazine/ Our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine is a quarterly issue that packs a punch like a 21 year Balvenie, no ice. Order a yearly subscription for yourself and then send a couple yearly subscriptions to your friends who have been drinking luke-warm evangelical cool-aid. Every quarter we promise quality food for the soul, wine for the heart, and some Red Bull for turning over tables. Our magazine will include cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled through out the glossy pages, and more. Psalm of the Day: To the Word – Isaiah 8 Play Remember you can always find the links to our news stories and these psalms at crosspolitic dot com – just click on the daily news brief and follow the links. This is Toby Sumpter with Crosspolitic News. You can find this and all of our shows at Crosspolitic.com or on our app, which you can download at your favorite app store, just search “Fight Laugh Feast”. A reminder: if you see news stories and links that you think we should cover on the daily news brief, please send them to news @ crosspolitic.com and don't forget to check deft wire dot com where we are constantly posting all our stories. Support Rowdy Christian media, and share this show or become a Fight Laugh Feast Club Member. You always get a free Fight Laugh Feast t-shirt with a membership and remember if you didn't make it to the Fight Laugh Feast Conference or Rally, club members have access to all the talks and lots more. Join today and have a great day.

Golden Ducks Podcast
HEATED DEBATE: Where on earth do England's Test Team go from here after PUNISHING Defeat to India at Lord's

Golden Ducks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 65:18


Best Thing We've Seen
#79 Punishing Puzzles & Conspiratorial Communities

Best Thing We've Seen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 61:19


Episode 79 and it's a good one: We're talking FREE GUY, HITMAN'S WIFE'S BODYGUARD, ESCAPE ROOM: TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS, BECKETT, CHANNEL 5 WITH ANDREW CALLAGHAN, HOT ONES (Elijah Wood) and more. Thanks for tuning in & we hope you enjoy the show :) Timecodes: 0:00 - Intro 6:10 - Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard 12:43 - Hot Ones w/Elijah Wood 15:35 - Beckett 21:16 - Free Guy 36:36 - Escape Room: Tournament of Champions 45:34 - Channel 5 with Andrew Callaghan (Q Conference) 51:39 - Last Man Standing (Steven Spielberg) _____________________________________________________________________ Escape Room: Tournament of Champions | Full Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01FpO0UuULY Q Conference Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYKOLwt8pwo _____________________________________________________________________ Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/best-thing-weve-seen/id1500489681?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5jocmR3kfsm1t8kdrE9LuF Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xMzc5ODQ5NC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Twitter: https://twitter.com/BestThingRadio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bestthingradio/ _____________________________________________________________________ Trailers are used for promotional purposes only. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions | © Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bestthingpodcast/message

Raise Your Vibration
161: Are You Punishing Yourself For Past Decisions Or Because You're Not "Far Enough Along"

Raise Your Vibration

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 23:23


In this episode Shelby shares the sneaky ways our ego keeps us small and safe by perpetuating suffering + pain. She also shares: ∆ That Source is a loving nonjudgemental energy ∆ That punishment and suffering are a sign our ego is in control ∆ Love is the only way out ShelbyRose.com/SoulActivation Connect With Shelby: Shelby's Instagram: @xo.shelbyrose Facebook Group: The Raise Your Vibration Community TikTok @xo.shelbyrose Website: www.ShelbyRose.com Donate To The Show

Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1571: America’s Lawless Prosecutors, Punishing the Unvaccinated, and Republicans Agree to Green New Deal

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 54:49


[01:40] Radical Prosecutors Taking Over (18 minutes) Why is George Soros funding the campaigns of radical left-wing prosecutors in the United States? Several of these prosecutors have won, and are now the chief law enforcement officials in many of America's big cites. Each of them has made it clear that they will not prosecute most crimes and the result is that the cities they are responsible for are turning into lawless slums. What's behind the agenda to get lawless prosecutors into office? [19:55] Vaccine Passports (14 minutes) No vaccine, no public life. That's the approach the radical left is taking to the vaccine passports. It's no longer about stopping the spread. Instead, officials threaten restrictions like lockdowns as a form of punishment for the unvaccinated. This tactic is sowing division in Western nations and turning people against their neighbors. [34:20] Refusing International Travel While Accepting Immigrants (5 minutes) The U.S. is proposing a plan that would prohibit incoming international travelers from entering the United States unless the traveler is vaccinated and has a passport to prove it. Meanwhile on the southern border, COVID-positive immigrants are flooding into America without any such restrictions. [39:15] Climate Change and the Communists (10 minutes) A bipartisan Senate committee has just released a new $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill. The bill, as the Wall Street Journal noted, amounts to Part 1 of the Green New Deal. Surprisingly, many Republican senators are in favor of the plan. [49:05] ‘A New Government Is Coming!' (6 minutes) Even though the world is succumbing to socialism and communism, a new government is coming that provides true freedom and happiness—one ruled by God.

The Rick Roberts Show
Rick Roberts: Is The Federal Gov't Punishing Texas For Being Tough On Border?

The Rick Roberts Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 11:59


The U.S. Attorney General, Merrick Garland, is suing the State of Texas over Gov. Abbott's executive order banning transport of migrants due to the threat of COVID. Garland says no way! Preventing migrants from moving freely in Texas and possibly spreading COVID...will only spread COVID, says Garland! Washington logic. Another Attorney General, Texas' own Ken Paxton, is fully on board with Gov. Abbott's efforts to do what the federal government won't. Texas AG Paxton joins Rick on The Rick Roberts Show on NewsTalk 820 WBAP...(Photo Courtesy of WFAA) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bert Show
Weekly Top 10: Texting Tutor PT 3 - She's Punishing Her Neighbor's Kids!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 3:33


Weekly Top 10: Texting Tutor PT 3 - She's Punishing Her Neighbor's Kids! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

MadLove - a just mediaworks production⚜️
Stop punishing the vaccinated + Simone Biles and the generation gap #MadLove

MadLove - a just mediaworks production⚜️

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 23:11


Finally, start making people get vaccinated and stop punishing people who are • if you're over 40 you simply won't get Simone Biles' decision - we just are built different and you can see it playing out everywhere

Making the Argument with Nick Freitas
Mask Mandates, Punishing Conservative Teachers and Simone Biles

Making the Argument with Nick Freitas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 39:23


Does the science justify a return to mask mandates, are conservatives teachers under fire, and is Simone Biles, a quitter? We cover all of this today! Support this podcast

Latin Waves Media
Biden refuses to remove Trumps additional sanctions on CUBA further punishing ordinary Cubans

Latin Waves Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 28:45


Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Jorge Martin secretariat of Hands off Venezuela about Cuba. The UN has declared the USA's blockade of Cuba illegal 29 times the last vote on June 23 with 182 countries voting against the blockade and only two in support the USA and Israel. Jorge explains how the instead of removing the blockade the USA has increased sanctions and the compounded the impact of loss of income from tourism due to Pandemic travel restrictions.More than ever we need to support independent media, consider supporting this show  in anyway you can athttps://latinwavesmedia.com/

Radio Project Front Page Podcast
Latin Waves : Biden refuses to remove Trumps additional sanctions on CUBA further punishing ordinary Cubans, Segment 1

Radio Project Front Page Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021


Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Jorge Martin secretariat of Hands off Venezuela about Cuba. The UN has declared the USA's blockade of Cuba illegal 29 times the last vote on June 23 with 182 countries voting against the blockade and only two in support the USA and Israel. Jorge explains how the instead of removing the blockade the USA has increased sanctions and the compounded the impact of loss of income from tourism due to Pandemic travel restrictions.

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: Punishing the Capitol Rioters

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 27:41


Six months after the Capitol riot, plea deals from cases against the rioters have begun to trickle in. Will the courts be able to do what Congress couldn't, and insist on a shared version of events on January 6th?  Guest: Zoe Tillman, senior legal reporter at BuzzFeed News. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
Punishing the Capitol Rioters

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 27:41


Six months after the Capitol riot, plea deals from cases against the rioters have begun to trickle in. Will the courts be able to do what Congress couldn't, and insist on a shared version of events on January 6th?  Guest: Zoe Tillman, senior legal reporter at BuzzFeed News. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trumpcast
What Next: Punishing the Capitol Rioters

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 27:41


Six months after the Capitol riot, plea deals from cases against the rioters have begun to trickle in. Will the courts be able to do what Congress couldn't, and insist on a shared version of events on January 6th?  Guest: Zoe Tillman, senior legal reporter at BuzzFeed News. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WhatCulture Wrestling
NEWS - This Released WWE Star Almost Played Sister Abigail?! Is Daniel Bryan Returning To WWE TV? Naomi Deletes Twitter After Online Abuse. WWE Not Punishing Jimmy Uso Due To Plans With The Rock?!

WhatCulture Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 20:47


Today's wrestling news, including...This Released WWE Star Almost Played Sister Abigail?!Is Daniel Bryan Returning To WWE TV?Naomi Deletes Twitter After Online Abuse.WWE Not Punishing Jimmy Uso Due To Plans With The Rock?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@BenRoyTurner@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The FLOT Line Show
Four Generation Curse (2013 archive)

The FLOT Line Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 28:20


America is a client nation, meaning we represent God in this generation. We send out missionaries around the world. We provide safe haven for the Jews. We are the guardian of the Scripture. God gave Moses information on what we are calling the Four Generation Curse. “Punishing the children for the sins of their fathers to the third and the fourth generation of those who despise Me” (Ex 20:4-5). Each generation is responsible for its own iniquity. The first generation rejects authority. The second generation is noted for self-righteous justification. The third generation has locked-in arrogance. The fourth-generation has inordinate ambition and lust for power and is the most corrupt having accumulated the sins of the previous generations. The simplest way to break the curse is through faith in Jesus Christ and learning and executing the protocol plan of God. “The Lord is slow to anger and He is abundant in mercy, forgiving inquiry and transgressions and sin, but He will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and the fourth generation” (Num. 14:18). Full Transcript: https://rhem.pub/four-generation-5cda76 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-hughes/message

The Bobby Bones Show
Bobby's Mailbag: Other People Punishing Your Kids + Josh Turner Performs In Studio + Weird Smells We Like!

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 68:06


Bobby opens up the mailbag to address an interesting topic...other people punishing your kids. Josh Turner performs his hits in studio and country legend Randy Travis even joins him for a performance! Plus, we all share weird smells that we like! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Tom Powell Jr Show
Ep 119: Delta variant runs wild, we're still punishing athletes for weed, & Trump Org indicted.

The Tom Powell Jr Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 50:38


Ep 119: Delta variant runs wild, we're still punishing athletes for weed, & Trump Org indicted.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tom-powell-jr/message

Droids Canada Podcast
Todd and Dan Vs The World: Punishing Disney

Droids Canada Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 18:41


Marvel welcome back the Punisher back to the MCU but only as a cameo. They discuss how successful the Marvel universe was under Netflix, how the MCU constantly connected dots to the current the services on Disney and more!

Stigma Free Vet Zone
Afghanistan Veteran Matt McDonell, punishing, destruction of long term Benzodiazepines withdrawal and new life vision to provide hope and healing for Veterans, First Responders and Health Care Front Line workers!

Stigma Free Vet Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 61:01


Episode 2 Returning to civilian life. Our Guest is Matt McDonell a former Airborne Infantryman  with the 173rd IBCT having served primarily in Germany and Afghanistan. Matt took advantage of educational opportunities available in the military suited to his plans for post military life.  Matt returned home enthusiastic and anxious to get on with life confident the woes that many veterans experienced in transition would not afflict him. A new home with his wife and his business starting strong verified his plans for transition were good ones. While in the military Matt was recognized to have PTSD, TBI, cognitive damage as well as pain to back, shoulders and knees experienced as a paratrooper. He also experienced headaches and nightmares.  Matt was prescribed Ambien and Diazepam, a Benzodiazepine, for these conditions.   Experiencing good results with these medications, life in transition was moving along on a healthy course. A doctor's phone call changed everything . Diazepam was now recognized as possibly more addictive than opioids when used long term. Following  the two week withdrawal regimen the doctor suggested Matt believed the issue resolved. Matt could not have prepared himself for  the punishing 18 month battle with withdrawal from Benzodiazepine that would end his marriage and cause the loss of his very successful business. Listen in as Matt shares how this  experience dramatically changed his  views on  life and the unexpected direction  now providing education and healing resources for Veterans, First Responders and Front Line Healthcare workers. DISCLAIMER: The information and content shared in each episode of the Stigma Free Vet Zone are for informational purposes only. The Stigma Free Vet Zone hosts, Mike Orban, Bob Bach and Erin Schraufnagel are not, nor claim to be, medical doctors, psychologists, or psychiatrists and should not be held responsible for any claims, medical advice, or therapy/treatment recommendations mentioned on this podcast. Any advice mentioned or shared by Mike Orban, Bob Bach, Erin Schraufnagel or their guests is strictly for purposes of bringing awareness to the veteran community and the services available. Please speak with a medical professional before taking any advice or starting any therapy or treatment discussed or shared on this podcast.

Ken Webster Jr
Jeffrey Toobin Celebrates National Corn on the Cob Day

Ken Webster Jr

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 37:55


Today on Kenny's Radio Show: The Keystone Pipeline hypocrisy Toobin is back on CNN Is Nickelodeon grooming your kids? Punishing the communists 

Ken Webster Jr
Jeffrey Toobin Celebrates National Corn on the Cob Day

Ken Webster Jr

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 37:55


Today on Kenny's Radio Show: The Keystone Pipeline hypocrisy Toobin is back on CNN Is Nickelodeon grooming your kids? Punishing the communists 

Cooking the Books with Frances Cook
How to make a budget that isn't about punishing yourself

Cooking the Books with Frances Cook

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 32:53


Each week the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's how to write a budget that doesn't make you miserable. Hosted by Frances Cook. Budget. Did you just get a shiver down your spine? Immediately clutch your takeaway coffee cup a little closer to your chest? Have a vision of yourself sitting on the couch on a Friday night, watching your friends on social media having fun without you? To say budgeting has an image problem is an understatement. It's actually the key to feeling happy with our money, and often the key to getting those things in life that really will make us happy. Far from cutting out what we enjoy, I'm a strong believer that a good budget is about figuring out what you need, what you want, and then stopping all the other little things that could get in the way of that. But I admit that can be easier said than done. We're also sometimes our own worst enemies on this. When it comes time to sit down and thrash it out, it can be tempting to write the "perfect" budget for the person we want to be. But we have to be honest with ourselves or it just won't work.For the latest podcast I talked to Jason Leong from PocketSmith.If you have a question about this podcast, or question you'd like answered in the next one, come and talk to me about it. I'm on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/FrancesCookJournalist/ Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/francescooknz/ and Twitter here https://twitter.com/FrancesCook

Kinsella On Liberty
KOL337 | Join the Wasabikas Ep. 15.0: You Don’t Own Bitcoin—Property Rights, Praxeology and the Foundations of Private Law, with Max Hillebrand

Kinsella On Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 84:38


Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 337 (May 23, 2021).This is my appearance on Join the Wasabikas: A Bitcoin Privacy Podcast, Ep. 15.0, with Max Hillebrand. From the shownotes: Stephan Kinsella is an incredible scholar of the Austrian school of praxeology, his major contribution is the advancement of the arguments in favor of property of scarce goods, and against intellectual property of non-scarce goods. He applies his in depth wisdom to how Bitcoin can be explained in this view. We discussed a variety of topics related to bitcoin, property rights, Austrian economics, and so on. Shownotes for the full episode: Stephan Kinsella is an incredible scholar of the Austrian school of praxeology, his major contribution is the advancement of the arguments in favor of property of scarce goods, and against intellectual property of non-scarce goods. He applies his in depth wisdom to how Bitcoin can be explained in this view. Watch all Highlights Watch all full episodes Website: https://WasabiWallet.io Blog: https://blog.WasabiWallet.io Documentation: https://docs.WasabiWallet.io GitHub: https://github.com/zkSNACKs/WalletWasabi Podcast: https://anchor.fm/Wasabikas YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/WasabiWallet Full episode on Youtube: Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction. / Scarce vs non-scarce goods. 02:38 Stephan's background. / What property rights should be. / Intellectual property. 06:50 Why do we need property rights for scarce resources? / Praxeology: the logic of human action (Mises). / Assignment of an owner to anything that could be contested. / You own your body. / Homesteading. / Patents and copyright. 13:43 The purpose of law. 14:46 The definition of scarcity. / How much is the abundance of a good tied to its actual scarcity? / Superabundance. / Rivalrous or conflictable resources. / Production. / Dispute. 19:48 How to behave towards the aggressor. / Rules that promote peace. / Appeal to norms. 22:57 Retribution of the victim. / Empathy and evolution. / Being part of a community. / Crime is impossible to eradicate. 26:24 Entropy. / Creation is more difficult than destruction. / Defence is easier than offence. 27:48 What is the qualitative difference between retribution and pre-emptive defence? / Non-aggression principle. / Punishing people is expensive. / Restitution. 31:36 Juristic/legal ownership vs economic ownership. / Right to use vs ability to use. / Self-enforcing systems. / Ownership vs control. 33:48 Why don't you own the private key? / You can't own information. / Information is always the impatterning of a substrate. / Information is a feature of the owned thing. / Ownership can only be applied on physical things. 39:26 Craig Wright wants a property right over other people's computers. 40:41 Non-scarcity in cyberspace. 42:21 Using cryptography to enforce access rights. / Money is rivalrous. / Money has a network effect. / Bitcoin mimics real-world scarcity. / The purpose of money. / Non-coincidence of wants. / Economic calculation. / Any amount of money will do. 47:38 Absolute scarcity in the monetary medium. / Sacrifice. / Low supply. Low stock-to-flow ratio. / Gold vs Bitcoin. 50:11 Permissionless write-access to a central ledger. 53:43 What defines the absolute scarcity of gold? / Why did gold become money? 56:31 You verify that a transaction is valid based on the rules to which you opt in. / Verify the sacrifice of someone else. / Everyone is verifying according to the same rules. 58:54 Divisibility of bitcoin and sidechains. / Consensus. 01:02:22 The way users will act in the context of hard-fork. 01:03:03 Is the "digital gold" metaphor misleading. 01:04:47 A system bordering on chaos but thriving. 01:05:31 Being one of the founding fathers' of America. 01:06:24 Theft is a correlative of ownership. / Bitcoin has no terms of service. 01:08:02 Fear of losing keys.

WSJ What’s News
SPACs Tumble, Punishing Investors

WSJ What’s News

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 12:53


A.M. Edition for May 19. WSJ's Amrith Ramkumar on why SPACs have lost their shine over the recent months. WSJ's Rochelle Toplensky explains why hedge funds are betting on private companies. New York is opening a criminal probe into Trump's business. Hotels are ready to open, but they are facing staffing shortages. Peter Granitz hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

GraceLife Church
Is God Punishing Me?

GraceLife Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2021 56:00


The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking
149: Sanctions are like punishing your spouse by letting them date other people (Monday Morning 8 a.m. #27, part 2)

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 10:22


Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news.    To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Skills” in any podcast app. To get a written copy with links to mentioned articles sign up here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo To get a copy of some of the previous issues you might have missed, get the Strategy Insights book. If you love Strategy Insights and support it with reviews on Goodreads and Google Play (and support on Amazon is very much appreciated) by May 30th 2021, please email support@firmsconsulting.com as we will be sending 1-month access to the accompanying course as a gift to members who loved and supported the book with reviews. P.S. If you want to support the Monday Morning 8 a.m. and our other work, there are many ways you can do that, including reviews on iTunes / Amazon / Goodreads / app, purchasing our memberships / books, applying to join our prelaunch team, or just spreading the word. Some links above are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Crazy Juicy Love with Jimmy Allen
When you don't forgive, you are punishing yourself.

Crazy Juicy Love with Jimmy Allen

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 7:33


Here is why forgiveness is important When you forgive someone, you forgive yourself. When you forgive someone, you release yourself out of victim mode. The majority of us are reliving out our childhood trauma or trauma daily. And guess who suffers, not only you but the people you love. When we experience trauma of any kind, sometimes it manifests within our bodies. "Our bodies keep score." Our bodies remember, and we react, so we are still holding on to the pain that we do not need to hold on to. The people in our lives never get the best version of you because you have trained them to back off you. Some of you are single because you have not forgiven your ex, and you use your past as a shield, and no one can get to know you or the best of you. It has you not the other way around. Forgiveness frees you. It frees you from the cage that YOU are keeping yourself in and no one else. You! Forgiveness helps your health. Negative emotions rob your energy and take a toll on your body, mind, and spirit. Anger, anxiety, depression, and undue stress generate a negative influence on your body. These can cause elevated blood pressure, heart rate, and the feeling of being out of control. The intensity can run the gamut, from mild discomfort to very intense physical reaction. What do you choose? https://calendly.com/jimmyallencoaching/30min --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jimmyallen/support

RAD Radio
Rob's Soapbox - America Is Not A Racist Country

RAD Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 12:03


A massive Cultural war erupted last week, yet again, on the topic of race, all because someone of prominence had the audacity to declare that America is not a racist country.There are a few different ways to analyze this; the first being technically.A country is simply a land mass defined as a nation with its own government, occupying a particular territory. The people within that country are capable of doing racist things and even supporting and enacting racist policies, but unless there is 100% agreement and compliance on those programs, it is simply inaccurate and patently unfair to assert that a nation is racist. And certainly, all indications are that Americans, overwhelmingly want to see, as our founding documents demand, all Americans treated equally. The debate centers on the extent to which systems within the country — business, government, law enforcement — reflect biases that disadvantage non-Whites. That’s not the same as the country itself being racist, a position that it seems safe to assume most Americans wouldn’t agree with.Secondly, we must once again, as is far too often the case, remind Americans to stop hating America and casting it as the worst at everything ever. This national self-loathing is a cancer that will destroy us. While nearly impossible to properly calculate or quantify, the level of racism in America is by far no means vastly higher than throughout the world. Anecdotally, we know that European countries continue to tolerate banana peels and monkey chants directed at black soccer players. In terms of data and research, America shines like a beacon, yet that never seems to be reported. A 2019 study on racial discrimination in hiring showed that “France has the highest discrimination rates, followed by Sweden,” and the study found “smaller differences among Great Britain, Canada, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, the United States, and Germany.” Meanwhile, the World Values Survey, which has been measuring global attitudes and opinions for decades, asked respondents in more than 80 different countries to identify kinds of people they would not want as neighbors. Some respondents, picking from a list, chose "people of a different race." The more frequently that people in a given country say they don't want neighbors from other races, the researchers reasoned, the less racially tolerant you could call that society. Whether you agree with their methodology or not, the United States had the lowest rate of people saying they wouldn’t want to live near people of a different race, to the tune of less than 5%. Meanwhile, almost all of Europe and India were closer to 50%.https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/soccer-spotlight-europe-grapples-racism-field-n992911https://sociologicalscience.com/articles-v6-18-467/https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2013/05/15/a-fascinating-map-of-the-worlds-most-and-least-racially-tolerant-countries/Which brings us to the third and final technicality we must acknowledge before addressing the statement “America is not a racist country.” Bigotry is a human condition that lives in all of us. Racism is a form of bigotry, although not all bigotry is racist. This is instructive, informative and helpful in an empathetic way if we are to ever move this conversation forward. All of us, every single one, is a bigot, defined as: “A person who is unreasonably prejudiced against or antagonistic towards a person on the basis of their membership of a particular group.” Personally, I am a bigot towards obese people, immediately judging them as being lazy and hating themselves. Also, fundamentally “wear it on their sleeve,” religious people; the kind who can’t form one sentence without preaching their gospel to you. And, while not quite the same as bigotry, I also cannot stand people with low self-confidence (this doesn’t quite qualify because it’s more of a personality trait that you can’t identify merely by the color of someone’s skin or the size of their ass but you get the point).Specific to race, America (and the world, but we already covered that) is filled with racists. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that if you’re acknowledging that racism goes in all directions and almost all of us can and have been victims of it, then I’d be willing to dispute the notion that America is not a racist country. As a white man, I’ve been targeted and attacked for the color of my skin by black men on more than one occasion, prominently so since I started dating my African American wife 6 years ago. Christina has dealt with various forms of attacks from other black people because she’s with a white man. That’s still racist, even if it involves people of the same skin color. Just a couple weeks ago, an Asian man intentionally set out to rape a woman solely because she was white, as retribution for the rise in anti-Asian sentiment over the last year. The tension between Hispanics and African Americans is well known and historically long. Jokes about Asian drivers, Black People not working, Hispanics being lazy, and Jews being cheap have been tolerated and celebrated since the beginning of time. Using a limp wrist or lisp to indicate the presence of homosexuality is still common, as is all forms of intolerance of the LGBTQ community…so yeah, if that’s what we’re talking about, I’d rephrase it to “America like the rest of the world, is a nation filled with bigots.” https://www.yahoo.com/news/man-accused-attempting-sexually-assault-185708607.htmlBut that’s not what we’re talking about. Right now, in 2021, America being racist is entirely about the oppression of minorities by white people.Most Americans are in agreement about the existence of racism and racial discrimination at the individual level. We all know that there are people out there who view people of other races as inferior, and most of us disdain the people who hold those views. Thus, America is not a racist country and saying so shouldn’t be controversial. But, of course, in 2021, everything is controversial and divisive.Enter Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, the only Black Republican Senator, and an ardent supporter of police, who has also spoken openly of being profiled and mistreated by law enforcement his entire life. While being an elected senator he was once questioned by Capital Police as to whether or not his credentials were real because he “didn’t look like a senator,” and yet Scott knows the importance of law enforcement; and law enforcement reform as it relates to race.Last week, in the Republican response to Joe Biden’s address to congress, Scott said "Hear me clearly, America is not a racist country.” For the next 13 hours, the hashtag trended #uncleTim, a play on words referencing the revolting phrase “Uncle Tom,” to mean: “a black man considered to be excessively obedient or servile to white people.” Scott had the impudence to assert that America wasn’t racist and Americans responded by being racist. Scott also said, “Today, kids are being taught that the color of their skin defines them again. And if you look a certain way, they're an oppressor,” he said. “From colleges, to corporations, to our culture, people are making money and gaining power by pretending we haven't made any progress at all…It's backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination. And it's wrong to try to use our painful past to dishonestly shut down debates in the present.” He's 100% correct and the fact that his assertion was even debated for one second shows the depths of this mess we’re in that is quite literally tearing us apart.To her credit, Vice-President Kamala Harris, who is half black, said the next day that “no, I don't think America is a racist country, but we also do have to speak the truth about the history of racism in our country and its existence today," There is an indisputable gap between white people and Black and Latino people when it comes to life expectancy, education, and wealth. It is legitimate for us all of us to explore why that is so, and what role all of us play…including the Black and Latino communities themselves. It’s as wrong of white people to stupidly say “that’s just because they’re dumb and lazy,” and it is of African-Americans and Hispanics to say “it’s all white peoples’ fault.” https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/04/29/sen-tim-scott-says-america-isnt-racist-data-suggests-otherwise/4887356001/https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/04/29/what-back-and-forth-over-america-being-racist-country-is-actually-about/To his credit, President Joe Biden in an interview Thursday added, “I don’t think America’s racist, but I think the overhang from all of the Jim Crow (laws), and before that slavery, have had a cost, and we have to deal with it… I don’t think the American people are racist but I think after 400 years, African Americans have been left in a position where they’re so far behind the eight ball in terms of education, health, in terms of opportunity.” https://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/biden-i-dont-think-the-american-people-are-racist-but/DRK3F6Q2JBGC5B4H2IJBXENTTI/ He's right, his vice-president is right, and so is Senator Scott. All of them are right…and insisting, yet again, that only one side has the moral high ground or authority on this subject will be what dooms us all. People don’t like harsh truths, but that’s a part of life; at least it used to be and needs to be again. Just as I respond every time we have a mass shooting in America and everyone starts screaming about gun control by pointing out we will never stop senseless and inexplicable murders, I respond similarly here. We should do reasonable things to make heinous incidents of mass shootings as rare as possible…and nothing more.Here's the harsh truth; there will NEVER be a day when my wife and I can leave our home and know, with 100% certainty that we won’t be targeted for the color of our skin; either hers or mine. As it is now, those incidents are rare, but memorable and scarring. And we accept this as a fact of loving one another, and realize that we will never truly escape the rare but painful incidents we will have to endure as a result of loving one another. As a nation, we should absolutely do everything we can to ensure fair hiring practices, reform the racial inequity that is undeniable within our justice system, and give law enforcement whatever tools and training it may need in various parts of the country to make sure they are treating all humans they contact with the exact same manner. And none of that will end racism, or hate, or bigotry. In fact, it may not even lessen it.As we pursue reforms, we do need to heed Senator Scott’s words and ensure that we aren’t fighting discrimination by discriminating. Punishing white people for their pigment will do nothing to improve the lives of black people, and white people uttering moronic phrases like “what are you looking at me for? I don’t own no slaves,” does nothing to lower the temperature of the discussion and bring us closer together, which should be the goal. As a guy married to a black woman and, therefore, part of a black family, and as someone who’s cadre of friends is becoming more and more black, I can say that whether it has to do with the color of their skin, their culture, or simply how they were raised, the black people in my life have done nothing but enrich and improve it; and many of them have expressed the same thing to me vis a vis their lives. Imagine that; you actually get to know someone and you find out what they have to offer as a human…and it’s almost always something amazing, regardless of their color, creed, and I’ve learned, size and confidence. Working to eradicate your bias is a life-long journey if you’re even willing to buy a ticket for the train, but it’s worth it. The energy and negativity we spend on hating someone solely for how they look or who they love is beyond toxic, it’s malignant and it will kill us all.

Unfold
Encore: How Climate Change is Punishing the World's Poor

Unfold

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 28:55


In Kenya, climate change is threatening a way of life for pastoralists. It’s driving families deeper into poverty. When drought hits, men travel for weeks in search of water and greener pastures for their livestock herds. The women and children are left behind with no stable source of food or income. UC Davis agricultural economists are researching the pairing of two intervention programs, including a type of climate insurance policy, to keep these vulnerable populations from falling so deep into poverty that they have no way to recover. In this episode: Michael Carter, professor of agricultural and resource economics, and director of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Markets, Risk and Resilience at UC Davis, with research in Kenya funded by USAID. Tom Lenaruti, Project Coordinator, BOMA Project Nathan Jenson, economist at the International Livestock Research Institute

Truth.Love.Parent. with AMBrewster | Christian | Parenting | Family
Episode 433: TLP 433: Provocative Parenting

Truth.Love.Parent. with AMBrewster | Christian | Parenting | Family

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 15:05


You are a provocative parent . . . whether you recognize it or not. The question is whether you’re a good kind or a bad kind. Join AMBrewster today as we unlocks two key New Testament passages to help us understand how God expects us to provoke our kids.   Support our 501(c)(3) by becoming a TLP Friend!   Click here for Today’s Episode Notes and Transcript.   Click here for our free Parenting Course!   Click here for more episodes to expand your learning: TLP 402: How Your Children Should Think about the Government “A Parent’s 5 Jobs” series TLP Episodes about discipline, punishment, yelling, and more.   Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Instagram. Follow us on Twitter. Follow AMBrewster on Facebook. Follow AMBrewster on Instagram. Follow AMBrewster on Twitter. Pin us on Pinterest. Subscribe to us on YouTube. Click here for more of our social media accounts!   Need some help? Write to us at Counselor@TruthLoveParent.com.

Double Feature
Memories of Murder + The House That Jack Built

Double Feature

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021


Punishing cinema gets criminal. Memories of a Murder subvert the ringer trope. What makes this Bong Joon-ho film truly upsetting. South Korean cinema creeps up on Double Feature in a retrospective of the films covered so far. The unrated cut … Continue reading → The post Memories of Murder + The House That Jack Built first appeared on Double Feature.

May it Displease the Court
Free Speech Hate Speech Counter Speech

May it Displease the Court

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 58:23


Free Speech Hate Speech Counter Speech The first crossover episode between May it Displease the Court, which looks at corruption in the courts from judges through dark money anti-democratic far-Right donors, and RhetoricLee Speaking, banishing banality one speech at a time. Your co-hosts, Mary and Lee, look at censorship, free speech vs. hate speech, and counter speech. Here are the highlights:   1) as much as we may want the law to recognize hate speech sometimes when truly vile opinions (in our opinions) are being circulated, the law does not recognize a hate speech exception to the first amendment that guarantees the right to free speech and    2) if there were such an exception it would be used to suppress minoritized people and their fight for civil liberties more often than it would be to silence transphobic, racist, sexist, and other kinds of exclusionary speech.   We take you through a few cases that have been instrumental in establishing the “no hate speech” exception including Snyder v. Phelps SCOTUS 2011 (Westboro Baptist Church) and Clark v. Community for Creative Non-Violence , 468 U. S. 288    We also look at some personal examples. Mary discusses an experience at the Anne Frank House right after 9-11 and Lee discusses a current campus event where the free speech of a racist and transphobic student is being protected. They also discuss potential alternative terms to replace hate speech, including “racist erasure” and “transphobic erasure.”   Finally, Mary explains the issue of “school-sponsored speech,” in which first amendment rights come up against the purpose of educational institutions and the need for more counter-speech on the Left as the corrective for hateful-speech-that-isn’t-hate-speech by the anti-democratic far-Right funded by pro-corporate dark money donors.   Check out May it Displease the Court on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, and Spotify!   Resources The Dark Money Behind Campus Speech Wars First Amendment | US Constitution Harry CONNICK, Individually and in His Capacity as District Attorney, etc., Petitioner, v. Sheila MYERS. CITY OF SAN DIEGO ET AL. v. ROE William P. CLARK, Secretary of the Interior, et al., Petitioners v. COMMUNITY FOR CREATIVE NON-VIOLENCE et al. Fairness Doctrine: History and Constitutional Issues Local and Independent Television Protection Act would overturn a Trump-era rule that’s permitted… Watch Field of Vision - Do Not Split about the suppression of Hong Kong pro-democracy protests   Read the blog version: https://rhetoriclee.com/free-speech-hate-speech-counter-speech/   *Learn more at https://rhetoriclee.com  *Follow the show  on Facebook and on Instagram @rhetoriclee  *Subscribe to the show on iTunes/Apple Podcasts, on Google Podcasts, on Stitcher, on Youtube, on Spotify, or via RSS *Take 20 seconds to leave a short review and 5 star-rating (I’ll even take 4 stars, I’m not greedy). Reviews help future #rhetoricnerds find the show! *Have thoughts? Hit me up on social media or Gmail @rhetoriclee   Free Speech Hate Speech Counter Speech   Mary: I was flying back from France when the planes hit the Twin Towers. After US airspace was closed my plane was turned back to Amsterdam. I spent an extra week in Europe until I was able to get back home. After a few days of securing funds bc I had no money and no credit card. We decided to do a little sight seeing and went to the Ann Frank House. I had been interested in the Holocaust since I was in elementary school and had read and studied it extensively.    Set the scene  - First you went on a tour and saw the attic where Ann and her family and another family hid out from the Nazis. I saw her bedroom and the pictures she pasted on the walls. We saw the hidden bookcase entrance. It was really emotional to be stranded in another country, far away from family.    Describe the exercise –Then you descend into a part of the House that is more like a typical museum exhibit. They have the tour group sit around a table and in front of each person were two buttons, red and green and above the table were two lines of lights. At the end was a screen and on came a film that showed footage of far right Austrian politicians saying racist, hateful things and then the moderator asked whether we thought that speech should be protected, hit the green button or censored hit the red button. We did and the vast majority supported free speech. This process was repeated several more times and each time the speech got more extreme and then they started adding in comments that made it seem as if more people were supporting these hateful politicians and the votes became 50/50 free speech and censorship and by the end the vast majority had shifted from supporting free speech to supporting censorship of speech they didn’t like. I have never been a part of anything like that type of indoctrination before or since.   My reactions - I was pretty pissed because it was clearly a pro-censorship propaganda tool and it worked with the people in my group. Kind of soured my opinion of the Ann Frank House. I mean, I’m an American so the 1st Amendment; Freedom of Speech is beat into our collective identity. I was a law student at the time. I had recently taken Constitutional Law and studied this very topic. So I fully believed that the best medicine for hate speech was more speech, not censorship. Now, of course this was 2001, Fox news was 5 yrs old, it was just starting to ruin my former mother-in-law. Charles Koch and his brother were still toiling away in secret trying to remake the way American think. But I did get where the museum was coming from. Some ideas aren’t just offensive, they are dangerous and what do we do with those?   What is a Hate Crime?  the FBI has defined a hate crime as a “criminal offense against a person or property motivated in whole or in part by an offender’s bias against a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or gender identity,” including skin color and national origin.  Hate crimes are overt acts that can include acts of violence against persons or property, violation or deprivation of civil rights, certain "true threats," or acts of intimidation, or conspiracy to commit these crimes. The Supreme Court has upheld laws that either criminalize these acts or impose a harsher punishment when it can be proven that the defendant targeted the victim because of the victim's race, ethnicity, identity, or beliefs. A hate crime is more than than offensive speech or conduct; it is specific criminal behavior that ranges from property crimes like vandalism and arson to acts of intimidation, assault, and murder.  Victims of hate crimes can include institutions, religious organizations and government entities as well as individuals.   1st Amendment  - What does it say? Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.   What is Hate Speech? – Hate speech is subjective, meaning it means different things to different people. It’s a term that is thrown around as if it has a set definition. But, it doesn’t. Hate Speech is not a legally defined term.  The 1st Amendment protects the free exchange of ideas even if the expression of those ideas is considered offensive or hateful.  Matal v. Tam (2017) SCOTUS 8-0  Held that a fundamental principle of the First Amendment is that the government may not punish or suppress speech based on disapproval of the ideas or perspectives the speech conveys. It does not permit discrimination based on viewpoint and like it or not giving offense is a viewpoint. Any oft repeated idea in Sup Ct case law is "the public expression of ideas may not be prohibited merely because the ideas are themselves offensive to some of their hearers.   What do most people mean when they use the term hate speech? Typically it is used to describe speech designed to demean, vilify or incite hatred against a group or class of people because of their race, religion, sexual or gender identity, disability or national origin.   If this speech is copacetic with the 1st Amendment, are there any legal limits on speech?   Yes Speech becomes criminal when it is a specific threat of violence or incites imminent criminal activity targeted at a specific person or group. “fighting words” — face-to-face personal insults addressed to a specific person, of the sort that are likely to start an immediate fight. But this exception isn’t limited to racial or religious insults, nor does it cover all racially or religiously offensive statements. other narrow exceptions, such as for true threats of illegal conduct or incitement intended to and likely to produce imminent illegal conduct (i.e., illegal conduct in the next few hours or maybe days, as opposed to some illegal conduct some time in the future). Indeed, threatening to kill someone because he’s black (or white), or intentionally inciting someone to a likely and immediate attack on someone because he’s Muslim (or Christian or Jewish), can be made a crime. But this isn’t because it’s “hate speech”; it’s because it’s illegal to make true threats and incite imminent crimes against anyone and for any reason, for instance because they are police officers or capitalists or just someone who is sleeping with the speaker’s ex-girlfriend.   For example, two years ago two students at another SUNY school posted a snapchat of the two of them just lying in bed on Halloween and the caption said “gonna lynch some ni…. tonight.” To me, given the history of lynching, given the way it was phrased, given the use of the racial slur...that should be hate speech.   Problems with excluding Hate Speech from 1st Amendment protection So, eventually a Judge is going to have to decide whether specific words are hate speech or not, not a good idea to give Judges this power. Why?    Speech that makes people angry, or upset is protected by the 1st Amendment – example the Westboro Baptist Church    Snyder v. Phelps SCOTUS 2011 (Westboro Baptist Church) for 20 yrs this group has picketed military funerals to express their belief that God hates the US bc of it’s tolerance for homosexuality. Fred Phelps is the leader the other members are all his relatives. They traveled to Maryland and picketed 1,000 feet from the Church, on public property, in accordance with instruction from local law enforcement by silently holding up signs for 30 minutes that read “Thank God for Dead Soldiers” “Fags Doom Nations” “Priests Rape Boys” “You are Going to Hell''. The soldier’s father filed suit for intentional infliction of emotional distress. A jury awarded him millions in damages. The 4th Circuit reversed the conviction holding that the 1st  Amendment shielded them from civil liability because the statements were on matters of public concern, were not provably false, and were expressed solely through hyperbolic rhetoric. “[S]peech on public issues occupies the ‘ “highest rung of the hierarchy of First Amendment values” ’ and is entitled to special protection.” Connick v. Myers , 461 U. S. 138 . Although the boundaries of what constitutes speech on matters of public concern are not well defined, this Court has said that speech is of public concern when it can “be fairly considered as relating to any matter of political, social, or other concern to the community,” id., at 146, or when it “is a subject of general interest and of value and concern to the public,” San Diego v. Roe , 543 U. S. 77 .  Court must independently examine the “ ‘content, form, and context,’   Even protected speech is “subject to reasonable time, place, or manner restrictions.” Clark v. Community for Creative Non-Violence , 468 U. S. 288 . Because this Nation has chosen to protect even hurtful speech on public issues to ensure that public debate is not stifled, Westboro must be shielded from tort liability for its picketing in this case.  Robert’s opnion – 8-1 (Alito dissenting)   Lee: and when you listen to these examples like Westboro Church of course you want to call it hate speech. I want to call it hate speech. But we always have to remember that even though the law does NOT equally apply to everyone, it pretends as if it does and so any law you want to make would apply to everyone. So you can only imagine what would happen if hate speech were enforceable and Black Lives Matter protests happened…   So while I can really understand wanting the law to step in and shut down some of these vile opinions, I also realize that if hate speech were regulated then it would be used against minoritized persons WAY more often than it would against homophobic speech, racist speech, etc.   How do we get social change if hate speech isn’t a crime? Punishing people for speech we don’t like – slippery slope – Watch Hong Kong Doc – Oscar Nom Don’t Split This is what happens when an authoritarian government – China, wants to stifle pro-democracy speech and to criminalize it. The GOP are authoritarian and anti-democratic as evidenced by their attempts to overthrow the government, propagate the big lie to undercut democracy and the 361 voter suppression bills currently being pushed by Republican state legislatures. What will they do to speech they don’t like if they get back in power?    Counter Speech is the antidote for hate speech – examples, strategies – in the US we believe that the remedy is more speech, not stifling speech. The First Amendment protects the right to advocate and agitate for a change in 1st Amendment law. And you could argue that the law should be changed to exclude hate speech, but this advocacy needs to define what constitutes hate speech, bc it is an undefined term and highly subjective. If the law is changed then it will be up to Judges to apply the new definition of hate speech to whatever circumstances brings about an alleged violation. Eugene Volokh who teached free speech law at UCLA law school, and used to clerk for Sup Ct justice Sandra Day O’Connor and also 9th Cir Judge Alex Kozinski (side note he retired after several law clerks accused him of workplace sexual misconduct including showing them porn at work on multiple occasions)  suggests advocates of this expanded area of non-protected  speech “should explain just what viewpoints the government would be allowed to suppress, what viewpoints would remain protected, and how judges, juries, and prosecutors are supposed to distinguish the two.”   Problems with continuing to say hate speech when it just legally isn’t defensible   --keeps us trapped in a binary of free speech/hate speech. so one side says hate speech the other side says free speech and it’s so obvious a slam dunk for whatever side claims free speech. --in fact, quote-unquote “american” who protect “free speech” are hoping you’ll scream about hate speech because they know it strengthens their position. I’ll give you an example on my campus a bit later when we talk about school sponsored speech   So I actually put a post on my Facebook page asking my rhetoric/communication scholar hive mind what options they suggest for navigating this binary between hate and free speech. What other options are there.   Here are some of the terms they suggested.   Symbolic racism.  Aversive racism.  Implicit racism.  the step below racism “racial animus.” symbolic racial violence overt racism racist erasure   The point isn’t to choose any one of these. The point is that when you’re willing to agree that the binary isn’t working and that counter speech is the only action we have THEN you start getting creative about inventing language to create arguments that short circuit the free speech logics of the opposition. Sure, it’s free speech. That isn’t the point. It’s also racism.    One thing I’ve heard a lot is “hateful speech” because it’s not “hate speech” but it’s close. To me, it’s too easily perverted. The other one suggested by Judith Butler and Wendy Brown is "injurious speech”--granted they’re writing about legal theory and not public protest--but even that seems to imply that we gauge the effects of speech by how HURT or INJURED the person on the receiving end is. I think that’s also a losing battle because it’s based on a subjective experience of injury that the far Right will just deny. We’ve seen this again and again with cancel-culture. “Who could get so upset over some drawings in a Dr. Seuss book?”    So I don’t use those two but I do use the earlier list and try to make the claim that I don’t care if your speech is free or not, it’s still racist, homophobic, etc. And, if necessary, I use a modifier like “symbolic racism.” Not to minimize the effects of the act but to think about what, argumentatively, I can sustain.   Mary what do you think?   Mary: concerns about many of the terms from a legal perspective but racist erasure is compelling and the most accurate description of what’s happening.   Now we are facing new challenges with the proliferation and popularity of propaganda right wing media Fox News, Oann, Newsmax, right wing radio, podcasts facebook, the internet.   Fairness Doctrine – what was it, who got rid of it. A quick google brings up some historical discussions and some negative opinion pieces about how unfair and awful the Fairness Doctrine was by the Heritage Foundation and the Cato Institute – Koch It was adopted in 1949 - The Fairness Doctrine required that stations provide balanced coverage of all controversial issues of public importance. The Fairness Doctrine never required “equal time” in the sense of strict equality for each side of an issue on a minute-for-minute basis. In talk programs and news coverage, a station just had to make sure that both points of view were presented in such a way that the listener would get exposure to them. How that was done was left to theon’s discretion, and the FCC intervened in only the most egregious cases. By contrast, “equal time” or “equal opportunities” stems from a different source in the Communications Act – the Section 315 provisions on the treatment by broadcast stations (and local cable systems) of candidates for public office. Essentially, equal time requires that, if a broadcast station gives one candidate free time, all other candidates can get the same amount of free time    The Reagan-era FCC eliminated this rule, which was never reinstituted in subsequent decades under either party. a subsequent Trump-era 2017 FCC decision loosened ownership restrictions on stations. In combination, these two decisions not only allowed given stations to present only one view, but for many stations nationwide — now more easily owned by the same conglomerate, such as the conservative Sinclair Broadcast Group — to present the same view. Rush Limbaugh started his talk radio in 1988, Fox began in 1996   Now what?   School Sponsored Speech - The test to establish first amendment protection in the context of school-sponsored speech is laid out in Vanderhurst v. Colorado Mountain College District (2000).  “Whether an action restricting a plaintiff’s school-sponsored speech is reasonably related to the school’s legitimate pedagogical (educational) interests is the test for determining whether” his speech is protected by the First Amendment.    Lee:  Recent issue on campus, an education major--someone who is going to teach children--is posting horrible stuff on social media validating slavery and denying trans identity. Very much racist and transphobic erasure. When the student was suspended from student teaching for violating New York State law as an education major (can’t promote a bias free classroom) he lied on social media saying he was suspended from the school and then the far-Right anti-democratic dark money donor funded legal complex swooped in and miraculously, a few days later, he’s reinstated into his student teaching. Shortly thereafter, he painted over Black Lives Matter symbols on campus with USA and red and blue paint.    TFP Student Action TFP Student Action, a project of “The Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property,” is the front for this operation.   Describes itself as a group that was created to counter “liberal, socialist and communist trends of the times and proudly affirm the positive values of tradition, family and private property.” The petition, which has accumulated nearly 20,000 signatures, describes itself as a peaceful protest and argues that the student’s original suspension “sound[ed] like something right out of a communist gulag, not USA” and further elaborated that “What happened … is not merely an attack on truth, or on free speech, it is an attack against reality itself. It’s all part of the dark money, Koch and Mercer-funded attack on progressive values using “free speech” as their shield.   Speech First Inc. claims to be and is regularly called a grassroots civil rights watchdog is actually a highly professional astro-turfing campaign, with a board of former Bush administration lawyers and longtime affiliates of the Koch family.  Born in 2018, the group seems to have been enacted for the purpose of inserting itself or to put it more accurately to instigate campus culture wars:  Here’s how grassroots this group is – it President Nicole Neily said no students were involved in founding the group. The $5 lifetime membership dues—a requirement for the group to take up a student’s case in court—is a “negligible part” of its funding, which mainly comes from undisclosed backers AKA Dark Money AKA Kochs and their ilk. Speech First’s board of directors includes a former head of a Koch-backed trust and two conservative attorneys from Koch-funded programs.    “being branded as neutral, but having the people who know, know that you’re actually conservative, puts us in a unique position.” The board’s center of gravity is George Mason University, school recently revealed to have given the Kochs some sway over academic appointments in departments they funded – so much for academic freedom Speech First plans to “flood” the courts with similar lawsuits, starting with at least three more at other colleges this year.   Speech First Inc. v. Schlissel (6th Circuit) 2019 In this case, Speech First, Inc., an organization working to protect university students’ civil rights, filed a motion for a preliminary injunction on behalf of three unnamed University of Michigan (UM) students. These three students claimed that their free speech rights were chilled by UM’s disciplinary rules and procedures which prohibited “harassment,” “bullying,” and “bias-related conduct.” Speech First also claimed that the “Bias Response Team” at UM investigated and punished students for engaging in “bias” conduct. “Harassing or bullying another person—physically, verbally, or through 83 some other means” is listed (Speech First v. Schlissel 2018). The Statement, including the violations section, governs all actions on UM property, at UM events, and occurring in the city of Ann Arbor, MI. The BRT was solely an educational resource and a support mechanism for students; it had no disciplinary authority. The term “bias incident” was written to be broad, because the BRT wanted to support any students who needed the resource, not to punish the alleged perpetrators   Speech First Inc v. Killeen (7th Circuit) 2020 - Speech First sued 29 administrators at the University on behalf of four anonymous students. These students claim that they wish to express what they describe as "political, social, and policy views that are unpopular on campus." Speech First's complaint lists examples of such viewpoints in general terms: opposition to abortion, support for President Trump, belief in traditional marriage, support for strong immigration policies, support for the "deradicalization of Islam," support for First Amendment protection of "hate speech," opposition to gun control, and support for LGBT rights. Speech First alleges that three University policies—the responsive action of the Bias Assessment and Response Team and the Bias Incident Protocol to reports of "bias-motivated incidents" on campus, the imposition of No Contact Directives, and the prior approval rule—chill their student members' speech, force these students to engage in self-censorship, and deter them from speaking openly about issues of public concern. Speech First challenges the actions of the University's Bias Assessment and Response Team ("BART"). BART "collects and responds to reports of bias-motivated incidents that occur within the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign community." In turn, BART defines "bias-motivated incidents" as "actions or expressions that are motivated, at least in part, by prejudice against or hostility toward a person (or group) because of the person's (or group's) actual or perceived age, disability/ability status, ethnicity, gender, gender identity/expression, national origin, race, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, etc." In addition, BART "[p]rovides opportunities for educational conversation and dialogue" and "[s]upports those impacted by bias."   determine whether to reach out to the involved students, if they are identified, to invite them to participate in a voluntary conversation. BART also devises a response plan, which could include "[e]ducational conversations," "[m]ediation, facilitated dialogue," "[e]ducational referrals," "[r]esolution agreements," or "[r]eferrals to other offices and/or programs."   Speech First Inc. v. Fenves (5th Circuit) 2020   Conclusion - What the left needs to appreciate is excluding hate speech from the 1st Amendment means it can be suppressed and that is a dangerous proposition especially when we are facing a huge increase in Trump appointed right wing Judges. It is the same tactic Republicans are using by passing bills to suppress the right to vote. Instead of trying to win over voters, to adopt policies that the majority of people support they are just working to suppress the power of those who disagree with them. That is lazy and authoritarian. The left wants to be the opposite of that approach. We need to do the hard work of making the arguments against offensive hateful speech and to engage in the debate as much and as passionately as the right. We don't have the Koch money to create and fund faux grassroots movements.    Lee: and the more popular argument AND if there’s one thing that not being bound by old traditions and outdated categories gets you, it’s the ability to think critically and creatively about new identity positions. If anyone can strategize counter-speech, it’s us.   Mary: We also have the numbers. And by using our voices collectively and consistently we can defend inclusivity without trying to exclude offensive speech. 

Here & Now
Ayanna Pressley On Punishing Black Girls In Schools; Gas Cooking

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 42:36


Black girls are suspended six to seven times more than white girls in schools across the U.S. Now, Rep. Ayanna Pressley is reintroducing a bill that aims to disrupt the school-to-confinement pipeline. And, 6 million businesses in the U.S. rely on gas. Carbon expert Mike Henchen and chef Nick Cobarruvias talk about the future of gas in the restaurant industry.

Legacy Farmer The Podcast
E361 | God is Punishing Me

Legacy Farmer The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 11:17


When things go south we always ask “Why is this happening to me?” rather than “Why is this happening for me?” God didn’t put every pain in your life right now just for the sake of putting you through pain. He placed it there to guide you to what you want. When God places that pain in your life it’s his way of nudging you onto the path he has set out for you. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  www.legacyfarmer.org 

Drunk Ex-Pastors
Podcast #345: Polygamy, Polyamory, and Punishing Singles

Drunk Ex-Pastors

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 124:33


We begin this episode of DXP with some talk about Christian’s stroke, and then naturally segue into a discussion of off-the-rack spandex jeans. Netflix’s Away leads to the topic of what we would be willing to die for, and then Jason tells a casino story about what he is definitely NOT willing to die for. We hear from a caller about proper dog training, and then launch into a discussion about polygamy and polyamory. We play a voicemail about cancel culture, and then share biebers involving form fields and streaming.

State of B******t Podcast
"Punching and Punishing"

State of B******t Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 173:08


Today our trio discuss a multitude of topics including police brutality, greatness, false narratives and much more!Gabe: https://www.instagram.com/younggodgabe/Brandon:www.instagram.com/brandongoddy/Matt:https://www.instagram.com/prvnce.meno/Instagram: www.instagram.com/stateofbullshit/Facebook:www.facebook.com/tsobpodcast/Twitter:twitter.com/StateOfBullshit?lang=enReddit:https://www.reddit.com/r/Stateofbullshitpod/

Embrace Your Real
Stop Punishing Your Body

Embrace Your Real

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 9:55


This podcast episode is going to be a little different because today I want to share some words from an Embrace Your Real follower that I believe you will relate to and that will resonate with you… Her name is Chandler and the journey she has been on is so relatable…and I pray every single day that you all have the same realization as her. When I saw what she posted the other day, the second I read it I knew I needed to share it with you all. If working out feels like PUNISHMENT, I highly recommend joining the Movement With Julie ladies inside the app. Plus, we connect every single day inside the private Facebook group to talk about our struggles AND our accomplishments and we have fun together along the way. It’s literally only 66 cents a day, so why not give it a try?! Go get access to it now, here!

Through the Screen Door
Punishing Georgia, Republican round up, and Corey tries to get cancelled.

Through the Screen Door

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 59:52


Elevating Motherhood
102. Dogs & Kids: Tips for Parents During Pregnancy, Newborn Days, & Beyond with Lisa Giesick, CPDT-KA

Elevating Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2021 55:47


Picture this: Your newborn baby is finally sleeping. You take a few moments to gaze at them admiringly. Happy, tired, ready to lie down yourself. Finally, a moment of peace. And then your dog barks. Baby wakes up. You have to start all over. Cue the frustration and chaos. There are many of us who would lose our minds in that moment—and rightfully so. The transition into becoming a parent is a big one. And avoiding chaos and frustration during all stages of parenting is a goal many of us have. This is no different with our four-legged family members as well. We want to avoid chaos and frustration. Today’s guest, Lisa Giesick is going to equip us with tips, strategies, and resources to teach us how to read our dogs, hire the right help when we need it, and set our families up for success—no matter what age or stage our dogs and kids are at. This show is great for families who are expecting and have dogs, parents of newborns, babies, toddlers, and older kids as well. She shares so much information including etiquette and multiple ways we can keep our kids and dogs safe. Lisa’s Bio: Lisa Giesick is the founder and owner of Ohana Pet Training as well as the head trainer. Having worked with animals since 1983 and in the animal welfare field for 16 years, she is a nationally certified dog trainer with the CCPDT (CPDT-KA) and is a member of the APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers) and the PPG (Pet Professional Guild). Lisa also is a certified evaluator for the AKC Canine Good Citizen Program. At 13 years old, Lisa took on a job as a brusher/bather for a dog groomer to be around animals, thus beginning a life-long career. With an educational background in child development, psychology and criminology, basic and advanced humane academies, she continued her career as an animal control officer and Humane Investigations Supervisor for approximately 13 years. In Monterey County, CA., Lisa then worked at the SPCA of Monterey County, as a humane investigations supervisor, a sworn humane officer, then as the manager of the Humane Education and Behavior Departments. There she taught humane education programs to schools throughout Monterey County for students of all ages as well as senior citizens and disabled children and adults. She was also part of the pet therapy programs in the community. In September of 2005 Lisa left the SPCA of Monterey County to pursue her dream of starting her own pet training business. She also went on to teach animal behavior & care classes for high school students and started to teach group dog training classes at the Carmel Holistic Veterinary Clinic in Carmel, CA. before moving to Maui in June 2007 where she continued Ohana Pet Training. Lisa has since taught countless puppy kindergarten and group dog classes and helped dogs and owners through private classes as well as behavior consultations and continues to positively influence the lives of many of Maui’s island dogs through these services. Lisa believes that most behavior problems in dogs are caused by a lack of communication – because humans and dogs don’t speak the same language. Dog training to her is about building a relationship and she encourages people to learn to understand their dogs and teach their dogs to understand them through positive reinforcement techniques. She states: “Positive reinforcement is not only more humane than punishment, but it is far more effective. Punishing a dog for something he or she doesn’t know will not teach the correct way of doing something. Punishment will only make the dog confused and scared, while a dog that is taught what it is we desire in a positive way will stay relaxed, be able to listen better, be more self motivated to learn new things and have a deep trust relationship with their owner.” FULL SHOW NOTES AT: WWW.ELEVATINGMOTHERHOOD.COM

Embrace Your Real
How to Shift Your Mindset From Punishing Your Body to Honoring Your Body

Embrace Your Real

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 10:43


If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’ve been talking a lot about shifting our mindset AWAY from punishing our bodies and shifting TO honoring our bodies. But many of you have been asking me, how exactly do you even do that?! Such a great question and that’s why I want to dive into it today! Here’s a recap… I remind myself that my body does so much for me. I remind myself that my body knows what it’s doing I remind myself that my ultimate goal in life is to be happy If you’re currently doing workouts that feel like you’re always punishing your body, and are looking to shift your workout routine to workouts that feel like you’re honoring it, SISTER, you have to check out my Movement with Julie app! I give you workouts that are sustainable, fun, and time-efficient! Plus, when you sign up you get access to the entire Movement with Julie community where you can share your struggles and victories, ask questions, and get the support you need to successfully move forward on your journey of honoring your body! To learn more, click here.   If you loved this episode, I know you’ll also love… Episode 87: Real Talk on HATING Your Body

You're Welcome with Hilary Rushford
Ep 103: Stop punishing yourself: food, rest + being self-generous

You're Welcome with Hilary Rushford

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 40:27


How often do we feel undeserving of good food or good rest? What would it feel like to be generous with ourselves instead? Today I share how I’m getting healthier in these thoughts, including the magic voice I use to catch how crazy these thoughts really are! Mentioned in this episode: Episode 1 (my experience with suicidal ideation) Ruthie Lindsey’s Instagram Come join the conversation daily on my Instagram Stories @HilaryRushford!

The Daily
Biden’s Dilemmas, Part 1: Punishing Saudi Arabia

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 26:04


Joe Biden has had harsh words for the Saudis and the kingdom’s de facto leader, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.It appeared that the period of appeasement toward the Saudis in the Trump administration was over. But the Biden administration’s inaction over a report that implicated the crown prince in the 2018 killing of the dissident and journalist Jamal Khashoggi has disappointed many of his allies.Today, the first of a two-part look at what we’re learning about the Biden administration. First, a look at its approach to Saudi Arabia. Guest: David E. Sanger, a White House and national security correspondent for The Times. Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: For President Biden, deliberation and caution has thus far been his approach on the world stage.The president has decided not to penalize the Saudi crown prince over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, fearing a breach in relations. This decision will disappoint many in the human rights community and in his own party. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.

The Ben Maller Show
Special Preview - Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre - The NBA is Punishing LeBron + ESPN NFL Draft analyst Matt Miller

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 35:58


On today's episode, Jason shares a quick thought on the reveal of the Los Angeles Lakers' schedule entering the second half of the season. It is absolutely brutal. If there was ever any concern about LeBron James running himself into the ground before the playoffs start it's only going to be amplified in the second half. The Lakers have 8 back-to-back games; it almost feels like the NBA is punishing The King for being so vocal about his displeasure for the All-Star Game. If Frank Vogel is smart, he'll make sure to load manage LeBron liberally until the postseason. Later, TheDraftScout.com founder and ESPN NFL Draft analyst Matt Miller swings by to explain why he feels like Alabama quarterback Mac Jones is a 2nd round prospect who could get pushed up into the 1st round because so many NFL teams are desperate for quarterbacks, why he's not buying the notion that Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields is suddenly falling down draft boards, why he views Penn State edge rusher Jayson Oweh as a player who has the potential to be great in the NFL even his production wasn't that great last season, why he doesn't believe that either Alabama wide receivers - Jaylen Waddle and Devonta Smith - are locks to go in the top 10 of the Draft, the method behind the madness behind every mock draft he puts out, why he believes that Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade's stock fell so far since the beginning of the season, and much more! Click here to subscribe and download all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com