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SkyWatchTV Podcast
Five in Ten 8/17/22: Our AI Overlords

SkyWatchTV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 18:00


A writer for the World Economic Forum proposes using artificial intelligence to analyze data from “millions of sources” to decide who deserves to be banned from the Internet for sharing unapproved opinions. 5) FBI grabbed Trump's passports during raid; 4) Quad-vaxxed First Lady Jill Biden has COVID; 3) World Economic Forum wants AI to censor Internet; 2) Arms show in Russia demonstrates robot dog with RPG launcher; 1) Inventor creates mechanical legs for snakes.

#DORK
#DORK 311: Woodstock 99

#DORK

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 83:02 Very Popular


Rich Keefe & Ryan Davey talk Woodstock 99. Keefe's friend Quad, who attended, joins the show. What was it like? Why did it go so bad? What was the aftermath? Plus a Woodstock 99 Draft. This Week in #DORK includes options for The Flash, House of Hammer, Paper Girls, Better Call Saul, Guillermo Del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities, Should I Have Bought This? and Davey met a DORK villain! Twitter & Instagram: @DORKpodcast  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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華視三國演議

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 56:13


劉仲敬縱觀古今中外歷史,笑看中共解放軍動員二線軍武大秀肌肉,點出中國國防軍備青黃不接,慘遭國際禁售高端科技,今後20年軍武升級必然遭遇瓶頸,無從突破。習近平狗急跳牆,或有可能在取得連任之後,於2024至2028之際鋌而走險發兵攻台?精彩訪談內容,請鎖定@華視三國演議! 本集來賓:#劉仲敬 #矢板明夫 主持人:#汪浩 以上言論不代表本台立場 #裴洛西 #解放軍 #台海 #軍演 電視播出時間

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華視三國演議

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 53:46


吾爾開希和裴洛西是33年的老朋友,過去幾年與她幾次見面,尤其去年九月出任立法院人權委員會祕書長之後的官式拜會中,特別邀請她來台,並向她解釋來台的意義。台灣外交系統一直努力通過國會外交,邀請她來訪。她這次不顧中共反對,決定來台灣的原因是什麼呢?精彩訪談內容,請鎖定@華視三國演議! 本集來賓:#吾爾開希 #矢板明夫 主持人:#汪浩 以上言論不代表本台立場 #裴洛西 #解放軍 #台海 #軍演 電視播出時間

GoTigers247's Tigers in 20
Tigers on Tap Episode 4: Criminally Underrated with a Dangerous Swagger

GoTigers247's Tigers in 20

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 62:28


**Editor's Note** This episode was recorded before the news of the Tigers adding Andy Borman as an assistant coach Tigers on Tap Episode 4 is here! Join Trey and TJ as they discuss the latest in University of Memphis football and basketball happenings from a fan's perspective. In the first segment, Trey and TJ celebrate the beginning of fall camp 2022. Their takeaways initially are on the defense and how impressed they are with seeing Matt Barnes out there coaching up the guys. They both love his energy he shows on the field and how the players are adopting that into their own practice time. The "fast and violent" mantra that Coach Barnes is bringing to the defense is a welcome change from the "bend and don't break" type defense that the former defensive coordinator instilled. Trey shares his excitement for the second year of QB1 Seth Henigan, and the maturity he has shown coming into his sophomore year at the helm of the Tigers' offense. Trey is upset that Seth has received very little national recognition and both him and TJ believe that, while Seth had a fantastic first year as a true freshman, that the sky is the limit for Seth moving forward. They finish the segment talking about Tiger great, Brady White, coming back to Memphis as a graduate assistant on offense. In the second segment, Trey and TJ transition to talk about the basketball program. They discuss the possibility of Alex Lomax coming back to play at Memphis for his fifth and final year. Trey believes that this year could be the best year for Alex as he will play a backup role to Kendric Davis, and how he can flourish in a role like this. Alex is a lightning rod for criticism with the Tiger fanbase, with some of it being deserved but most being undeserved. They believe Alex can be a calming influence for the Tigers as the team leader. They move on to discuss the newest Tiger addition in the Spaniard, Ian Granja. They level set the conversation around Ian and what Tiger fans should expect from Ian. To end the show, the guys discuss the unveiling of the Tiger basketball out of conference home schedule. Trey and TJ end the show discussing the serious uptick in Quad 1 opportunities the Tigers will have on their out of conference schedule during the 2022-23 season. About Tigers on Tap Tigers on Tap is a podcast for fans by fans. Trey Lasley and TJ Willis are lifelong Memphis fans and share their perspective of the happenings in Tiger athletics from a fan perspective. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Cine-Lit
Reboots, Remakes and Sequels

Cine-Lit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 41:03


Cine-Lit ventures into What if territory as we take a free-form look at films that deserve a second crack at Hollywood. Adam and Darrell are joined by QUAD's Fright Club programmer Adam Crowther as they pick some cinematic gems and misfires that could be remade, rebooted or sequelised for new generations.-This episode was originally issued as a Cine-Lit Patreon Subscriber episode in March 2022.-Check out the Cine-Lit website for additional content and further reading: https://cinelitpodcast.wordpress.com.Edited by Steve Woodward at https://podcastingeditor.com/. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Philosophy of Strength
#47 Cian O'Brien on Quad Tears, James Smith, and Thinking Long Term

Philosophy of Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 65:54


Fellow sh*t stirrer and training philosopher, Cian O'Brien, pops into the pod for a good old fashioned ramble

Anticipating The Unintended
#180 This World Is Given To Lying

Anticipating The Unintended

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 23:30


India Policy Watch #1: Futility Of Fighting Lies Insights on burning policy issues in India— RSJI have been following the case of Mohammed Zubair, the co-founder of the fact-checking site Alt News with interest. He was granted interim bail by the Supreme Court a couple of weeks back. You can read more about the story here. I border on free speech absolutism, so my opinion on this case, as with many other similar cases in India, is simple. No one should be jailed for any speech unless they are violating Mill’s harm principle. In his essay On Liberty, Mill wrote:“That principle is, that the sole end for which mankind is warranted, individually or collectively, in interfering with the liberty of action of any of their number, is self-protection. That the only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others. His own good, either physical or moral, is not a sufficient warrant.”But free speech is not the only reason I have brought up the case of Mohammed Zubair here. The case illustrates a point I have made before in this newsletter: while countering lies with fact checks is a noble, worthwhile endeavour, it means nothing in an environment where people are intoxicated with half-truths and grand illusions about a ‘real’ past or an ‘imagined’ future.A few years back, I came across this wonderful essay ‘Monopolize the Pretty Lies’ by Bryan Caplan. While I understood it back then, reading it again now is insightful. Caplan writes:What then is the primary purpose of censorship?  It’s not to suppress the truth – which has little mass appeal anyway.  The primary purpose of censorship is to monopolize the pretty lies.  Only the powers-that-be can freely make absurdly self-aggrandizing claims. Human beings like to say – and think – whatever superficially sounds good.  Strict censorship allows rulers to exploit this deep mental flaw.  If no one else can make absurd lies, a trite slogan like, “Let’s unite to fight for a fantastic future!” carries great force.  Truthful critics would have to make crowd-displeasing objections like, “Maybe competition will bring us a brighter future than unity,” “Who exactly are we fighting?,” or “Precisely how fantastic of a future are we talking about?”  A rather flaccid bid for power!  Existing rulers tremble far more when rebels bellow, “Join us to fight for a fantastic future!”This is why I think this case won’t go anywhere. It will fizzle out here because fact-checkers don’t really matter. What will matter is if there is a counter-narrative based on dubious claims of an equally fantastic future. It explains why AAP is seen as a credible threat by the BJP.Caplan ends his essay with a rather pessimistic view of free speech:Doesn’t this imply that free speech is overrated?  Yes; I’ve said so before.  While I’d like to believe that free speech leads naturally to the triumph of truth, I see little sign of this.  Instead, politics looks to me like a Great Liars’ War.  Viable politicians defy literal truth in virtually every sentence.  They defy it with hyperbole.  They defy it with overconfidence.  They defy it with wishful thinking.  Dictators try to make One Big Political Lie mandatory.  Free speech lets a Thousand Political Lies Bloom.Yes, freedom of speech lets me make these dour observations without fear. I’m grateful for that.  Yet outside my Bubble, dour observations fall on deaf ears.  Psychologically normal humans crave pretty lies, so the Great Liars’ War never ends.I guess once you’ve gotten into the chakravyuha of the Mahabharata of lies, there’s no way of getting out. You will only find an avalanche of prettier lies from all sides engulfing you in future. India Policy Watch #2: Nature Of Representation Insights on burning policy issues in India— RSJDroupadi Murmu, the NDA presidential nominee, was elected as the 15th President of India a couple of weeks back. Murmu, a tribal leader from Mayurbhanj, Odisha, had earlier served as the governor of Jharkhand. That a woman from a historically marginalised section of the society now occupies the highest constitutional post is a moment to celebrate in the 75th year of Indian independence. It shows a kind of deepening of democracy. This is because we associate democracy with representation. It was no surprise therefore that a lot of opinion pieces reflected this sentiment while talking about her. Here’s Aditi Narayani Paswan writing for the Indian Express:“Droupadi Murmu is not just a source of inspiration for us; her life and struggle, determination and success in the face of great odds represent the hope and promise of New India.Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Indian democracy has become more representative and inclusive. The BJP represents the New India of prosperity, equality and socio-economic mobility, reflecting the true embodiment of samajik samarasta (social harmony). A tribal woman succeeding a Dalit to the highest constitutional post of the nation is a remarkable testimony to the deepening roots of Indian democracy.”And here’s a piece in Outlook:“What is really significant for us to understand here is that Murmu’s victory is not merely the victory of a specific party to power. Rather its implications can be drawn deep down to the very philosophy of what India as an independent nation has been striving to practically achieve. Whether or not her victory can bring goals of that philosophy to fruition is a matter of time to tell. But at the moment, from the point of view of a modern, multicultural, multi-ethnic nation-state, Murmu’s victory is the victory of representation.”Origin StorySince we are all talking about the victory of representation, I thought it would be useful to go deeper into the idea itself. What does representation mean in a democracy? How useful is it? Does an increasing emphasis on identity in society mean a greater opportunity for democracies to be truly representative? Is there such a thing as too much representation? To understand this, we will go back to the modern conception of the state and, therefore, to Hobbes. There are good reasons to go back to ancient history and the Roman republic or the Roman empire while talking about representation. But the political theory of the time concerned itself with the question of who was fit to rule us from among the people who should be ruling us. It didn’t answer the question of how we find who was fit to rule us. The process didn’t matter much then. So, we start with Hobbes again. This is a familiar territory for this newsletter so forgive me for going over it again. For Hobbes, human life in the state of nature is ‘solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short’. We would be a ‘fractious multitude’ forever at war with each other for scarce resources because there would be no powerful force to keep us in order. The solution, Hobbes wrote, was for people to come together to form a pact, let’s call it the ‘commonwealth’, where they voluntarily give up some of their freedoms to a powerful entity called the ‘sovereign’ in exchange for protection against the violence that’s inevitable in the state of nature. So that’s how the State worked. There were the multitudes, a notion of the commonwealth, and then there was the sovereign. The sovereign was all-powerful but ruled because of the legitimacy of the commonwealth. If the sovereign itself became brutish, the multitudes might dismantle the commonwealth and look for another. Hobbes didn’t care much about how to search for the sovereign. It could be through a parliament, or it could be a monarch; it didn’t matter so long as it had absolute power to maintain order which was in turn voluntarily offered to them by the people. The enlightenment thinkers who followed Hobbes concerned themselves with two big ideas. One was individual liberty and how it should be protected and championed in the face of a powerful sovereign. The other was the separation of the ‘church’ from the State or how to ensure the sovereign doesn’t bow down to another power in the name of God. The revolutions and political reforms in the late 18th century Europe and North America were a result of the excesses of the sovereign and the propagation of these ideas within those societies. The primacy of individual liberty, the weakening of monarchy and the separation of the church led to the evolution of the modern, representative democracy where the people chose who would lead them. The people would be sovereign through the mode of representation. A system of checks and balances between the legislature, executive and judiciary would limit the concentration of power in any one person. This became the democratic model to emulate. The Problem Of RepresentationThe problem of representation wasn’t too difficult to solve in the early days of democracy. There was no universal suffrage, people lived in villages over generations, their representatives knew their issues well, and the people chose someone who presented the best option to address their concerns. There was very little information asymmetry. This model started fraying with increasing industrialisation and deepening of capitalism leading to greater social and geographic mobility. Cities with diverse populations, new professions, break down of the feudal structure in the countryside and universal suffrage followed. This meant it was difficult for any representative to know their people as well as before. Even the people couldn’t keep pace with all the information around them. Like Walter Lippman would write, there was a world outside, and there was a picture of it inside our heads. We make our decisions based on this picture which is a second-hand view of the world because we cannot see all of the world. Because of this, we search for an authentic messenger who can explain the real world to us. The elites use the media to present themselves as the authentic messengers and shape public opinion. It is this elite then who influence representation for the public. Once this model got established, we saw the elites dominate representation in democracies for most of the 20th century. This wheel turned in the last decade when the excesses of the financial system, the concentration of the benefits of globalisation, the proliferation of media and greater disparity in opportunities led to a populist backlash against the elites.The Three NarrativesThere are now three competing narratives on representation today. The first is the old Burkean point on the role of a representative of people. His speech to the electors of Bristol in 1774 is a classic on the role of a representative:“Certainly, gentlemen, it ought to be the happiness and glory of a representative to live in the strictest union, the closest correspondence, and the most unreserved communication with his constituents. Their wishes ought to have great weight with him; their opinion, high respect; their business, unremitted attention. It is his duty to sacrifice his repose, his pleasures, his satisfactions, to theirs; and above all, ever, and in all cases, to prefer their interest to his own. But his unbiased opinion, his mature judgment, his enlightened conscience, he ought not to sacrifice to you, to any man, or to any set of men living. These he does not derive from your pleasure; no, nor from the law and the constitution. They are a trust from Providence, for the abuse of which he is deeply answerable. Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.”This is the model of an independent representative with a mind of his own. They work with autonomy using their judgment to do what they think is best for their people.The second narrative is about the representative being either an expert or who will rely on experts for finding the best answers to the concerns of the public. This narrative strengthens when a nation is in crisis because of a war, economic failure or an emergency (health or environment, for instance). These don’t last long, and an expert eventually falls out of favour unless they reinvent themselves. The last narrative is that of a representative who is like you and me, the proverbial US politician who you could have a chat with over a beer. This is the literal interpretation of representation where fealty to someone is drawn because of how closely they resemble us. In a world where every expertise can be questioned, where independent thinking is viewed with suspicion, and tribal loyalty is the highest virtue, this literal view of representation is the strongest. Of course, this isn’t to say that these narratives of representation cannot come together in the shape of a single person who could satisfy all of them. But that looks increasingly rare around the world these days. What’s easier is for a representative to fashion themselves in closer affiliation to a particular identity among the people and use that to come to power. Over-indexing on any one of these narratives and choosing representatives on that basis is bad for democracy. It weakens the state. It is something we must keep in mind while celebrating representation.  Matsyanyaaya: A New East Asian TransitionBig fish eating small fish = Foreign Policy in action— Pranay KotasthaneThis week’s news was dominated by the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. If you weren’t sleeping under a rock, you would have already read many views, claims, blames, and counter-claims around this event. Here’s another one, but from an Indian realist perspective.The dominant narrative sees this visit as another episode of the ongoing US-China great power rivalry. In this narrative, Taiwan by itself, is secondary. All that matters is to place the blame either on China or the US for the escalations. One framing is that this visit was unnecessary, provocative, and irresponsible. The argument goes that the US has worsened the security situation of China’s neighbours by inviting the latter’s aggression. The opposite framing suggests that the blame rests solely on China’s expansionist tendencies over the last five years. China’s response of activating a military response ahead of the upcoming 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party only shows what this event is really about.Both frames of the dominant narrative are missing a crucial element: the choices of the Taiwanese people. The great power rivalry framing often ignores that other nation-states also have the agency to make their sovereign choices, even if doing so sometimes involves playing one great power against another. Ukraine’s case is similar. Some people blame NATO’s expansion on Russia’s borders, while others point out that an invasion has no justification (I share this view). But we forget that most Ukrainians themselves want to move away from Russia and get closer to the West. Any final analysis needs to take this factor into account. My colleague Nitin Pai made a critical argument in early March: ““NATO/EU shouldn’t have expanded” is an insult to the agency of countries that have willingly exercised their choice to join. Accepting their sovereign decisions is also realism. Pretty silly to call yourself a ‘realist’ while pretending sovereign states don’t exist/lack agency.”So is the case with Taiwan. Some analysts are stuck in the old times, believing that Taiwan is China’s “internal issue”. They haven’t been paying enough attention to Taiwan’s domestic polity. The Taiwanese “nation”—the imagined community in Benedict Anderson’s conception— has been carefully constructed over the last few years. Democracy, freedom, and deep connections with the broader world are key foundations of Taiwanese nationalism. This kind of nationalism is antithetical to the mainland’s nationalism. The two consecutive electoral victories of the ruling party—Tsai Ing-wen’s DPP—is a sign that this Taiwanese identity has taken shape. The DPP defeated the grand old Guomindang, a party that has been soft on China. This is what Taiwan’s foreign minister, Joseph Wu said in a BBC interview a couple of days ago:"We want to maintain the status quo, which is that Taiwan has no jurisdiction over mainland China and the People's Republic of China (CCP) has no jurisdiction over Taiwan. That is the reality… On the index of freedom Taiwan is ranked number one, on economic freedom Taiwan is also at the top. Taiwanese people enjoy democracy, freedom and the value of human rights, that put Taiwan in the democratic world…. We have the will and the capability. We need other countries to provide Taiwan with defensive articles, but defending Taiwan is our responsibility, we are not asking other countries to sacrifice their lives to protect Taiwan."Read the lines again. They are definitely not about a small internal issue or a minor historical, ideological tussle. What About Pelosi’s VisitHaving understood the categorical shift in Taiwan’s politics, we can better understand Ms Pelosi’s visit. The Taiwanese government knew what they were getting into. Taiwan orchestrated the visit precisely to clarify to the world that its differences with China are irreconcilable. Even the Guomindang came out in support of the visit. Having been under the threat of a mainland invasion for over 73 years, the Taiwanese know China’s intentions and actions better than most others.The visit, by itself, was just symbolic. It didn’t involve a leader from the Biden administration. Moreover, both Pelosi and the Biden administration made it clear that they are not reversing the “One China” principle. It was China that raised the stakes. China could’ve opted to let it pass by with a strong statement alone. But it chose to ratchet tensions, hoping that this tried-and-tested strategy would stare down Taiwan.But that was not to be. Taiwan and Pelosi called China’s bluff. And when that happened, China began conducting massive military drills, fired missiles and withdrew from important dialogue forums with the US. All this in response to just a symbolic visit by a legislators’ group! Just like the unsportsmanlike kid who walks away with his bat, ball and wickets after being adjudged out. (I know I’m breaking my injunction against anthropomorphising international relations.)How Should We in India Process This?Thus far, we have opted for our favourite position of taking a stance by not taking a stance. Foreign ministers of the US, Australia, and Japan jointly condemned China’s launch of missiles. The fourth Quad member was conspicuous by its absence.From an Indian perspective, Taiwan standing up to China’s expansionism is encouraging. India is familiar with China’s tantrums over visits by foreign diplomats. On every occasion a US Ambassador to India visits Arunachal Pradesh, the Chinese government gets riled up. Pelosi’s visit should be seen in the same context. China’s unreasonable demands and the disproportionate escalation when the demands aren’t heeded, deserve strong criticism short of any change in the “One China” formulation. At the same time, India should close the long-pending free-trade agreement with Taiwan. Its strategic value far outweighs the benefits of haggling over import duties.These words from Joseph Wu serve as a useful reminder to India and Indians:“Look at their[China’s] behaviour over Hong Kong, or claiming the East China Sea and the South China Sea. It is the typical expansionism of an authoritarian state.. Countries in this region need to watch out for what China is trying to do. Taiwan is not going to be the last piece in Chinese dream of expansionism.”Want to find out more about India and Taiwan? Start with this Puliyabaazi episode we recorded with Sana Hashmi, an Indian scholar of East Asian international relations (it’s in Hinglish). Earlier this year, Sana also anchored a comprehensive policy report analysing the India-Taiwan partnership for the Taiwan Asia Exchange Foundation. The report has twenty chapters on various facets of the relationship. I have co-written a chapter on semiconductors, while my colleague Shambhavi has a chapter on bilateral cooperation to tackle future pandemics. Finally, my colleagues have analysed a few cross-strait scenarios from an Indian national interest perspective in an excellent Takshashila Intelligence Estimate. Course Advertisement: Admissions for the Sept 2022 cohort of Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate in Public Policy programme are now open! Visit this link to apply.HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Blog] If you are interested in the semiconductor angle in the Taiwan-PRC tensions, we have a post on it in our High-tech Geopolitics newsletter. [Book] Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China by Ezra Vogel is necessary reading to understand China better. [Tweet thread] Common mistakes we make in pronouncing Chinese names. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com

David Vance Podcast
What's the PROBLEM with Biden?

David Vance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 6:29


Quad jabbed US President Joe Biden is STILL self-isolating having tested positive for Covid 19 twice in as many weeks? What is going on with him, do they know something we don't?   Please help support our work and Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/DavidVanceV  or support us via https://donorbox.org/let-free-speech-prevail Premium Podcast https://www.podbean.com/premium-podcast/davidvancepremium      Be part of the Community with David https://thedavidvance.locals.com    Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/davidvance BrandNewTube:  https://brandnewtube.com/@TheDavidVanceChannel Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/DavidVancePodcast  Telegram: @davidvance1 A Tangled Web:  https://www.atangledweb.org   Also try my second channel with ilana Mercer Hard Truth Podcast: https://HardTruthWithDavidVanceAndIlanaMercer.Podbean.com

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裴洛西訪台相挺|解放軍無的放矢|#賴怡忠 #矢板明夫 #汪浩|@華視三國演議|20220806

華視三國演議

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 53:49


裴洛西議長訪台,對美台中關係的短期和長遠影響是什麼?她頂住中國的壓力,給美國的盟友和對手發出什麼信號?解放軍在台灣周邊海空演習區域切到台灣領海,比1995-1996 演習嚴重,對台灣海空和國際航道施行凖封鎖,影響台灣和各國進出口,也影響中國自己!中國打這種「馬後炮」害人害己,有什麼意義?精彩訪談內容,請鎖定@華視三國演議! 本集來賓:#賴怡忠 #矢板明夫 主持人:#汪浩 以上言論不代表本台立場 #裴洛西 #解放軍 #台海 #軍演 電視播出時間

Policy, Guns & Money
Australia's space industry, India-China relations, Southeast Asia's digital transformation

Policy, Guns & Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 37:13


This week marks a significant milestone for the Policy, Guns & Money team - our 150th episode! We'd love to hear your thoughts and feedback via podcast@aspi.org.au, thanks! As Australia's space sector grows and continues to build significant sovereign capabilities, optimising the links between commercial and national security space is critical. Bec Shrimpton speaks to Adam Gilmour, CEO and Founder of Gilmour Space Technologies, about the need for greater collaboration between the private sector and government to support Australia's space industry. It's been more than two years since the deadly clashes on the India-China border in 2020, and despite many rounds of consultations between the two countries, the situation at the border shows no signs of improving. Baani Grewal speaks to Dr Tanvi Madan, senior fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy in the Foreign Policy program and director of The India Project at the Brookings Institution, about the trajectory of the India-China relationship in light of the border issues, as well as the differences between India's participation in the Quad, BRICS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation. Southeast Asia continues to see a rapid digital transformation, fuelling the region's economic growth. Dr Gatra Priyandita talks to Elina Noor, Director of Political-Security Affairs and Deputy Director of the Washington DC office at the Asia Society Policy Institute, about how governments in Southeast Asia are responding to the region's digital transformation. Guests (in order of appearance): Bec Shrimpton: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/bec-shrimpton Adam Gilmour: https://www.gspacetech.com/team Baani Grewal: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/baani-grewal Dr Tanvi Madan: https://www.brookings.edu/experts/tanvi-madan/ Dr Gatra Priyandita: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/gatra-priyandita Elina Noor: https://asiasociety.org/policy-institute/elina-noor Image: Gilmour Space Large Hybrid engine test. Music: "Cathode" by ScanGlobe - via the FreeMusicArchive.org Feedback: podcast@aspi.org.au

Sea Control
Sea Control 368 - The Quad's New MDA Initiative with Gina Fiore

Sea Control

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 24:20


Links1. "FACT SHEET: Quad Leaders' Tokyo Summit 2022," May 23, 2022.2. "The Quad Goes to Sea," by Zack Cooper and Gregory Poling, War on the Rocks, May 24, 2022.

Sea Control - CIMSEC
Sea Control 368 – Gina Fiore on The Quad's New MDA Initiative

Sea Control - CIMSEC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


By Jared Samuelson Gina Fiore rejoins the program to discuss the Quad’s new Maritime Domain Awareness Initiative.  Gina Fiore is a senior associate with Pew's Ending Illegal Fishing Project. She manages projects related to illegal fishing and convergence crimes and acts as a liaison between Pew and the military and national security communities. Download Sea … Continue reading Sea Control 368 – Gina Fiore on The Quad’s New MDA Initiative →

Good Morning Aurora
Tuesday | 8/2/2022 | The Quad County Urban League Returns! (Alisa Williams & Brittany Moore)

Good Morning Aurora

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 64:50


Good morning friends! It's Tuesday and we have another great show for you. Our guests this morning are Alisa Williams & Brittney Moore of Quad County Urban League here to talk to us about grants, new initiatives and community resources. Let's get started! Here's the news: - Sunday, August 14th from noon to 5 pm Alderwoman Juany Garza will host a great ice cream social at McCarty Park (350 E. Galena blvd). Face painting, a clown show and of course, a lot of ice cream. Come out for a fantastic community event and shout out to our great 2nd Ward Alderwoman! - Saturday, August 6th The Neighbor Project will host a Citibank sponsored youth workshop at Everlasting Word Church, 22 N. Highland Ave. This will take place from 10 am to noon and is free and open to any young person with questions about credit and the home-buying process. Are you ready to learn with a great local organization? For more information you can call (630) 906-9400 and ask about the Youth Workshop! Spread the word! - Friday August 12th there will be a great Back To School Health & Resource Fair at VNA Health Care, 400 N. Highland avenue. Our friends of the Neighbor Project will be there as well. This will take place from 1 to 3 pm, sponsored by Aetna Better Health of Illinois - Medicaid! There will be resources of all kinds, health screenings and much more! For more information call (866) 329-4701 with any questions. We hope you enjoyed today's episode. Have a blessed, prosperous, safe and fun day. Tune in to the show later for a special edition episode. Also, don't forget to subscribe to the show on YouTube at this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodMorningAuroraPodcast The second largest city's first daily news podcast is here. Tune in everyday to our FB Live from 8 am to 9 am. Make sure to like and subscribe to stay updated on all things Aurora. Twitter: goodmorningaur1 Instagram: goodmorningaurorail Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dVweK5Zc4uPVQQ0Fp1vEP... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../good-morning.../id1513229463 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora #positivevibes #positiveenergy #downtownaurora #kanecountyil #bataviail #genevail #stcharlesil #saintcharlesil #elginil #northaurorail #auroraillinois #auroramedia #auroranews #goodmorning #goodmorningaurora #comedy #news #dailynews #subscribe #youtube #podcast #spotify #positiveenergy #morningnews #morningshow #tuesday #quadcountyurbanleague --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support

No Wristbands! We Drink For Free
Ben Quad - with Sam Wegrzynski, Henry Shields & Edgar Viverous

No Wristbands! We Drink For Free

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 54:43


Sam Wegrzynski (vocals, guitar), Henry Shields (bass, vocals) and Edgar Viverous (lead guitar) of Ben Quard joins us to discuss what it's like to be a band in Oklahoma City. We talk about their new record, I'm Scared That's All There Is, how they were received on their recent tour, what's next and what they'd like to do when they come to Chicago. Enjoy! Time Stamps: 1:45: How did you guys meet? 3:40: Did you start putting music out right away? 6:12: What is the Oklahoma music scene like? 7:20: Where do you guys go when you want to get exposure outside of okc? 11:10: Are you Oklahoma lifers? 12:20: How do you self identify your music? 15: Who have been your biggest musical influences? 20:40: What is your musical process like? 22:09: How long were you writing music before you put out your first songs? 23:20: How did you come up with the name Ben Quad? 25:40: How did you know you had enough material for an album? 27: Are you currently working on new music? 28:20: Has the response to your album been as rapid as it appears from the outside? 30:55: How did the guest vocalist on Joan of Hill come about? 32:22: What caused your hiatus, and what brought you back together? 34:30: Sam, was it scary to be the lead singer now? 37:09: How did the tour come together, and were the shows what you expected? 41: Did you feel added pressure with packed shows? 43: What's next? 44:10: Any surreal moments since the album came out? 47: Deep or thin crust? 48: What do you think of when you think of Chicago? 50:50: What have you been listening to lately? 52: Favorite cheap drink? 53: Anything you want to plug on your way out?

The Chronicles of Salty
"Quad Vaxx Joe Gets Coof Again"

The Chronicles of Salty

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 143:53


Jul 31, 2022

Oh No Radio Show
ONRS - EP 554 -The Smelly Guy and Quad Fats

Oh No Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 97:10


ONRS - EP 554 -The Smelly Guy and Quad Fats   Were all awful people Autistic friends loosing cars CLIPS: -Billy idol Sesame Street -British Cuisine Atrocities -Rick James/ Dio Mashup -Speaking in tongues reggae ska -Guy Trying to get sponsored by Busch Light for 910 days   Enjoy the show. Heres some links or whatever. Click and Subscribe and all that, it really helps In fact, give us money patreon.com/onrs   ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow   Vince McMahon and the money he made after he resigned  Smelly guy at work / complainer How to Handle the Smelly HR Situation    

Interpreting India
Vijay Gokhale on China and the Indo-Pacific

Interpreting India

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 40:00


Over the last few months, the Indo-Pacific has seen a flurry of activity. China launched the Global Security Initiative and its foreign minister Wang Yi embarked on a tour of the Pacific Islands. More significantly, Beijing inked a security agreement with the Solomon Islands that sent shockwaves across the region. Around the same time, the Quad held its second in-person summit in Tokyo, and the United States ushered in a series of regional partnerships including the Indo-Pacific Economic Forum and I2U2. All the while, the war in Ukraine has continued to cast its shadow on the region.In this episode of Interpreting India, Vijay Gokhale joins Srinath Raghavan to discuss the recent developments in the Indo-Pacific. What is the significance of China's actions, and how are they being perceived by other countries in the region? What are the implications of the growing U.S.-China competition in the Indo-Pacific? And finally, how are India-China relations being impacted by a deepening partnership between Russia and China? Episode ContributorsVijay Gokhale is a non-resident senior fellow at Carnegie India. He retired from the Indian Foreign Service in January 2020 after a diplomatic career that spanned thirty-nine years. He has served as both the foreign secretary of India (from January 2018 to January 2020) and as India's ambassador to China (from January 2016 to October 2017). He has worked extensively on matters relating to the Indo-Pacific region with a special emphasis on Chinese politics and diplomacy. He is the author of Tiananmen Square: The Making of a Protest and The Long Game: How the Chinese Negotiate with India.Srinath Raghavan is a nonresident senior fellow at Carnegie India. His primary research focus is on the contemporary and historical aspects of India's foreign and security policies.--

Nerdentity Crisis
Episode 108: Comic Con and Quad Vaping

Nerdentity Crisis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 123:32


We are back! This week we dissect the news, answer your listener questions, and deal with Josh disagreeing with literally everything we say!Join us on Twitch every Monday at 6:30 PM Central Time!Support the show

Post In Black
Emmy-winning Sound Designer/Re-recording Mixer, Ken Johnson Talks About His Musical Journey

Post In Black

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 32:37


On this episode of Post In Black, we talk to 3x Emmy-winning sound designer and re-recording mixer, Ken Johnson, whose credits include Netflix's First Kill, The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, Bigger, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Black Lightning, American Soul, The Quad, It, Ballers, Mission: Impossible III, The Amityville Horror and a long list of eclectic films and series that span decades. During this conversation, Ken shares how his love of music at an early age and the technical side of it, manifested into an expansive career in the sound and mixing aspect of post-production. In 2005, out of frustration in feeling limited by what the industry was offering him as far as opportunities, Ken started his own company, Artistry In Sound, Southern California's only Black-owned post sound facility. Dig into this conversation! Also, nestled within is valuable advice to those who might feel that talent and talent alone will unlock access in the entertainment industry and how Ken's company is doing what it can to help the post-production space in Hollywood be more inclusive. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/postinblack/support

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan
Ep. 77: Concentrating President Biden’s mind wonderfully

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 13:27


A version of this essay has been published by firstpost.com at https://www.firstpost.com/opinion/from-caatsa-waiver-for-india-to-chastened-visit-to-saudi-arabia-why-biden-is-making-conciliatory-noises-10961801.htmlSamuel Johnson once said: “When a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully”. Going by POTUS Biden’s recent hyperactivity, it seems that the prospect of imminent electoral catastrophe has the same effect. For, the hitherto imperious Democrats have been backpedaling so furiously that it is a wonder to watch.Consider just a few events: the importunate, chastened visit to Saudi Arabia (after having trashed it for the Jamal Khashoggi murder); the CAATSA waiver for India (after blood-curdling threats by the sorely missed Daleep Singh et al regarding Ukraine); and the noises being made by several parties about bringing hostilities to an end in Ukraine. Behind all these is the realization that pandemic management has been royally screwed up (the much-vaccinated and Pfizer-oral-vaccine-medicated Biden himself caught the Wuhan virus), and that Anthony Fauci, Peter Daszak et al surreptitiously funding gain-of-function research in Wuhan was a major mistake. To be fair, even formerly lionized New Zealand now has significant numbers of covid deaths, but that is hardly comforting to Americans. Printing trillions of dollars as the panacea for covid was an even greater mistake, because the blowback has been raging inflation at 9.1%, hitting the average voter in the pocketbook. I personally endured the previous bout of high US inflation in the late 70s, but as a poor student it didn’t affect me much; as a family man I am sure I would have been pinched badly if I were a US resident and voter now. I remember petrol at $1-2, not $5 as it is now. This does not bode well for the Biden Democrats in the November midterm elections.Inflation is not fun, as the Turkish voter is also finding out. Someone will take the blame.I don’t think blaming Vladimir Putin for inflation is quite working; nor is blaming Donald Trump, who, after all, was the only recent POTUS who didn’t go to war. Biden’s ratings may continue on a downward trajectory. The abortion rights issue roused some of the faithful, but I don’t think this has staying power till November. Thus the U-turns, amusing to the impartial observer. The energy squeeze (and related inflation) explains the Saudi visit. The European Union, in particular Germany, is in bad shape, as is evident from the Euro dropping to a historical low of parity to the dollar. Germany’s GDP shrank for the first time in, well… a long time. If there is no renewed supply of Russian gas, Europe is going to freeze this winter. So it is imperative for NATO to beg or cajole or threaten OPEC, especially the Saudis, into increasing production.There had earlier been the unedifying spectacle of Biden seeking help from Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and even Iran, all of whom his staff had demonized earlier. If I am not mistaken, the Saudis and the Venezuelans literally refused to take his phone call, which is humiliating. There is a more subtle reason the Saudis are important to Biden: petrodollars. Who outside the US is going to want all those trillions printed by the US Fed other than to buy petroleum products? The fact is that, having been lured by the siren-song of the Chinese, the US has de-industrialized to such an extent that there's not much global demand for dollars to buy American goods, except for armaments and high technology. If petroleum were to be traded in any other currency than the US dollar, it would depreciate, maybe even collapse. That is a scary prospect, which could trigger a serious global recession. Saudis have to be mollified and/or terrified so they don't even think of accepting other currencies in payment. Both Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein talked about accepting payment in Euros etc, and we all know what happened to them. Besides, there is an interesting little trick: the ‘Tipu Technique’. I believe the British tacitly encouraged Tipu to invade and loot the temples of Kerala, which had grown rich through centuries of lucrative spice trading. The British saw this opportunity, and allowed Tipu to haul the loot to Srirangapatnam. Then they killed him, and took all the riches in one fell swoop instead of piecemeal. And the clever British came out smelling of roses, as the good guys.They also charged the entire cost of their war with Tipu to Travancore, paupering the latter, while maintaining the fiction that they were ‘protecting’ Kerala. Absolutely brilliant tactics. Nice transfer of wealth from India to Britain. This is similar to the American playbook in 1973, when OPEC suddenly tripled oil prices. The US didn’t invade, which is a surprise. Why? The reason is that though the US also had to pay higher prices (consumers and industry felt the pain), the Deep State (and the US economy) made most of it back by selling weapons aplenty to OPEC. It was, and is, a zero-sum dollar-recycling game for them. But it was, and is, also a massive transfer of wealth to OPEC from developing countries who could least afford it. The Third World took it on the chin. Once again, brilliantly done. Thus it is imperative for the US to maintain good relations with Saudi Arabia. Moral grandstanding by the Democrats has reached a point of seriously diminishing returns. Onwards to the CAATSA (Countering American Adversaries Through Sanctions Act). It is intended to deter other countries from doing things the US administration of the day doesn’t like, as in the fashionable ‘social-justice warrior’ tropes of the day, although sanctions are clearly a blunt instrument. India was threatened with these because it is buying Russian SA-400 anti-missile defense systems, instead of US analogs like THAAD and Patriot.As Gautam Sen of the London School of Economics said in a penetrating commentary on Why the West is so uncomfortable with a rising India and happy to sponsor its enemies, India is important to American plans for continued world dominance, unfortunately in a negative way as a permanent vassal, a low-caste neo-feudal flunky that exports raw materials and labor and imports manufactured goods. And weapons, especially weapons. There has been a full-court press on India to buy increasing amounts of US armaments, and the Ukraine war provided a good excuse to bully India (which is easily shamed by the West chiding it) into dumping perfectly good Russian weapons like the SA-400 (and presumably the Indo-Russian joint venture, BrahMos). India becoming a minor exporter of weapons (not just a big consumer) is not part of the plan. India has been the third-biggest weapons buyer in the world, accounting for 11% of global purchases in the recent past. Reversing itself on bullying India to buy nothing but American weapons is another tactical U-turn by the US.Evidently Atlanticist-minded Biden is not serious about the Indo-Pacific, as seen in his evisceration of the Quad. But it must have dawned on his foreign policy types that India and Japan are the cornerstones of any possible response to China’s rampant imperialism in the region. Besides, India has endured American sanctions and technology denials before (supercomputers, cryogenic engines) without collapsing; and probably will do so again. On balance, better not to piss India off totally. But Biden has no love lost for India: it was his Biden Amendment that messed up India’s cryogenic engine deal with Russia, which is the central theme of the movie Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. I wrote long ago about this in Who killed the ISRO’s cryogenic engine?, as it happened in my hometown. It ruined eminent aerospace engineer Nambi Narayanan’s career and delayed India’s heavy rocket GSLV by 19 years. As far as the Ukraine war is concerned, even the war-mongering Deep State mouthpiece The Economist, which was gung-ho in the beginning, is now making conciliatory noises. Foreign Affairs, a notably optimistic outlet, had a story titled Ukraine’s Implausible Theories of Victory: The Fantasy of Russian Defeat and the Case for Diplomacy.The fact is that Russia has (certainly in the short run) weathered the vaunted sanctions rather well, and the rouble is the best-performing currency against the dollar. The unintended consequence of the war has been widespread pain, especially in the ‘First World’, that is, Western Europe and North America. It would be better, as India has been saying all along, for there to be a negotiated settlement. A stalemate is still a win for Russia, as it has captured the disputed Russian-speaking parts of eastern Ukraine, created a land bridge to Crimea, and now controls the ports on the Sea of Azov. That is the most likely outcome, as Europeans tire of the war, and Biden’s plans to fight Russia to the last Ukrainian seem to have unraveled. It is time for the Great Reset. And that may not help the wokes; they are being consigned to the trash-heap of history at a record pace. It is the end of the Woke Century, after just a year and a half. And deservedly so. 1500 words, 25 July 2022 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit rajeevsrinivasan.substack.com

The Open Nesters
Poly Quad with Jahaira, Marvin, Michael & Monique (Season 2 | Episode 77)

The Open Nesters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 62:25


Poly Quad with Janaira, Marvin, Michael & Monique (S2 | E77). Four people in one relationship. How. Does. That. Work?

ListenABLE
DJ Hookie (Quad amputee from Meningococcal) | #63

ListenABLE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 41:34


One of the top DJs in Australia is armless! Tom Nash, aka DJ Hookie, lost all of his limbs due to meningococcal disease 20 years ago and claims that living as a "pirate" since has required throwing yourself into the deep end. Choosing legitimate hooks for prosthetic hands Hookie has welcomed children's inquisitiveness, shunned support networks, and carved himself an unique path in the music industry—even relearning the guitar. With humour and humility, this episode illustrates what the world has to offer anyone who's willing to put their hooks up! Follow: @DjHookie and check out www.tomnash.com DJ Hookies Ted Talk Follow us on Instagram: @ListenABLE_ Podcast Grab our first merch release at our website From Your Pocket Watch this full interview with captions on our Youtube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SkyWatchTV Podcast
Five in Ten 7/22/22: The Friday Five - Ukrainian Supersoldiers?

SkyWatchTV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 20:00


A pair of Russian lawmakers investigating biolabs in Ukraine claim that Ukrainian POWs show evidence of military experiments. The deputy chair of the State Duma says the goal is to create “cruel killing machines.” 5) Russia claims Ukrainian biolabs experimenting on soldiers; 4) China unhappy with EU for state visit to Taiwan; 3) Former Clinton advisor says Hillary will run in '24; 2) Decline in earnings for mobile phone carriers bad sign for economy; 1) Quad-vaxxed Joe Biden tests positive for COVID.

Ron Paul Liberty Report
Narrative Fail? Quad Vaxxed Biden...Has Covid!

Ron Paul Liberty Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 27:29


One year ago today President Biden told Americans if they get the Covid shot they won't get Covid. Today the quadruple vaccinated Biden has announced that...he has Covid. Has the narrative failed? Also today - dueling narratives: Pelosi demands Blinken designate Russia as a terrorist state while NPR runs article about Ukraine corruption.

Armstrong and Getty
Plugs In My Pits

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 37:32 Very Popular


Hour 1 of Wednesday's A&G: CRIME! What's caused the rise across the nation? A look at youth sports in Norway. Quidditch is ditching the Quid and going with Quad. All Star pitching, and more!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Plugs In My Pits

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 37:18


Hour 1 of Wednesday's A&G: CRIME! What's caused the rise across the nation? A look at youth sports in Norway. Quidditch is ditching the Quid and going with Quad. All Star pitching, and more!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
Plugs In My Pits

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 37:18


Hour 1 of Wednesday's A&G: CRIME! What's caused the rise across the nation? A look at youth sports in Norway. Quidditch is ditching the Quid and going with Quad. All Star pitching, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Leading Ladies Corpus Christi
Episode 171 - Kylie Justus, Artist/Director of Sales, Marketing & Operations for Quad Fitness Studio

Leading Ladies Corpus Christi

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 62:12


Super hyped to share this episode! I sit down with Kylie Justus - artist, photographer, designer and Director of Sales, Marketing and Operations for the Quad Fitness Studio - as she shares taking a special interest in the arts while at middle school in Indiana, taking a 5-year break after her undergraduate degree to explore what the world had to offer, how she ended up in Corpus Christi, TX, investing herself fully in the Coastal Bend Community and dedicating her talents to gorgeous works including the "Corpus Christi Better Together " mural at Cole Park, why the Quad Fitness Studio's main focus is the wellbeing of their clients as opposed to unrealistic expectations, and her instinct for following the perfect opportunities at the perfect times in episode 171.

TonioTimeDaily
My thoughts on Agnosticism part 3

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 19:01


“The truth is that monogamy is only one way to have a relationship. There are plenty of other relationship dynamics out there. These different types of nonmonogamy may include: Monogamish. This is where someone is mostly monogamous but might be open to sex or romantic relationships with others. Polyflexible. This is when someone is happy with being in a monogamous or a nonmonogamous relationship. They're satisfied in both situations. Polyfidelity. This is where all partners in a group are equal and agree not to have sexual or romantic relationships outside of the group. “Casual” sex. You've heard of this one before! Casual sex, where your sexual partners have no expectations about monogamy or exclusivity, can be a form of ethical nonmonogamy because you're consensually having encounters with multiple people. “Casual” dating. Similar to casual sex, this is where you date multiple people while clearly stating that there are no expectations about monogamy. Triad. Also called a “throuple,” this is where three people date each other. Quad. Like a triad, a quad is a relationship involving four people. Vee. Also known as a “V,” this is where one person is dating two people but those two people aren't dating one another. Relationship anarchy. This is less of a relationship structure and more of a philosophy or approach to relationships. This is where the rules and expectations for relationships aren't determined by assumptions, but by specific agreements with those specific people. For example, two friends might have sex. Although sex isn't commonly a part of what we call friendship, they might agree that it's something they want in their relationship. Open relationships. This is where a couple has sex with other people (but usually not romantic relationships). Unicorns. Sometimes considered an insult, the word “unicorn” is used to describe a person who has sex with couples. This is usually a bisexual or pansexual woman who has sex with a couple that includes one man and one woman. The unicorn isn't usually considered a part of the couple, but a sexual partner. Solo polyamory. This is where someone has intimate relationships with many people but lives an independent life. They might not want to intertwine their lives with a partner — for example, through marriage, living together, having children, moving abroad together, and so on.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Strait Talk
Is Biden's Latest Economic Alliance in the Middle East Going to Succeed in Countering China, Iran?

Strait Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 12:40


Since taking office, US President Joe Biden has strung together several, semi-alliances, stretching from the Indo-Pacific all the way to western Asia. His latest attempt at revamping America's leadership role came during the so called I2U2 summit, which brought together the leaders of Israel, the UAE and India. Also dubbed the west Asian Quad, in reference to another regional alliance Biden forged last year, the four countries are expected to cooperate in defence, trade, and technology. But which country is this new Quad directed at? The alignment comes amid soaring energy prices, and food insecurity all brought on by the conflict in Ukraine. As the world looks to tackle record rates of inflation and a business climate still reeling from the global pandemic, the four countries said they will work to coordinate their trade and security policies. But analysts say the group's main goal will be to counter Iran and China's growing influence in the region. So how durable is Biden's new alliance, and is his attempts at restoring US global leadership working? Guests: William Lawrence Former US Diplomat Ali Bakeer Political Analyst

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
Episode 330 - Sleepwalk to War - Quarterly Essay Review with Hugh White

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


In this gripping essay, Australia's leading strategic thinker, Hugh White explores Australia's fateful choice to back America to the hilt and oppose China. What led both sides of politics to align with America so absolutely? Is this a case of sleepwalking to war? What tests might a new government face? White assesses America's credibility and commitment, by examining AUKUS, the Quad, Trump and Biden. He discusses what the Ukraine conflict tells us about the future. And he argues that the US can neither contain China, nor win a war over Taiwan. So where does this leave our future security and prosperity in Asia? Is there a better way to navigate the disruption caused by China's rise? “Canberra's rhetoric helps raise the risk of the worst outcome for Australia: a war between China and America, in which we are likely to be involved. Over the past decade, and without any serious discussion, Australian governments have come to believe that America should go to war with China if necessary to preserve US primacy in Asia, and that Australia should, as a matter of course, go to war with it.” —Hugh White, Sleepwalk to War Quarterly Essay 86, Sleepwalk to War: Australia's Unthinking Alliance with America was released 27 June 2022. To obtain a copy visit https://www.quarterlyessay.com.au/essay/2022/06/sleepwalk-to-warHUGH WHITE is the author of The China Choice and How To Defend Australia, and two acclaimed Quarterly Essays, Power Shift and Without America. He is emeritus professor of strategic studies at ANU, former Deputy Defence Secretary for Strategy, and was principal author of Australia's Defence White Paper 2000. Further Listening – Our previous interview with Hugh White - Episode 314 - Reality Check - Taiwan cannot be defended https://blubrry.com/mysecurity/84123792/episode-314-reality-check-taiwan-cannot-be-defended/#hughwhite #sleepwalktowar #quarterlyessay #nationalsecurity #indopacific #uschinarelations #mysecuritytv

Asia Rising
#187: Australia's Unthinking Alliance with America

Asia Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 33:30


Australia has a strong alliance with America, one that has remained unwavering through changes of leadership and turbulent international developments. While agreements such as AUKUS and the Quad have strengthened our position in the region, it has come at the cost of relations with other states and could in the future draw us into conflict. Guest: Hugh White (Emeritus Professor of Strategic Studies at Australian National University) Hugh's new Quarterly Essay is Sleepwalk to War: Australia's unthinking alliance with America. Recorded on 30 June, 2022.

The Emerging Cricket Podcast
T20WC Qualifier B, League 2, 2024 Qualification and Malaysia's home quad series

The Emerging Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 49:21 Very Popular


Nick is joined by a returning Bes in a busy week of Associate cricket! On top of the race for the final two T20 World Cup spots, League 2 and qualification for T20 WC 2024 continues.

Pop of Color
Kids, Don't Do Drugs (Married to Med/RHUGT/RHODubai)

Pop of Color

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 114:22


Happy Friday! This week in the Bravosphere has been pure CHAOS. Jen Shah surprised us all by taking a plea deal a week before trial. We chat about the tea and what the future of RHOSLC may look like in the next seasons. Married to Medicine is finally back and these ladies are looking better than ever! Jackie and Simone are back to being bffs, Quad is now a Monty, Heavenly and Contessa are not speaking, Toya and Anila are still not on good terms and Anila is hosting a Diwali party at her 2.5 million dollar "not forever" home. We breakdown the episode and make season predictions about the cast. RHODubai is finally heating up (a little bit) and we're excited to see some of these ladies finally coming out of their shells. RHUGT continues to be our main attraction. Vicky and Tamra are fed up with Dorinda. Pastor Phaedra is getting the girls together. Dorinda is on an apology tour and Brandi is giving her a reality check out her "pause" on RHONY, The girls are having Christmas in September and Tamra spills some tea in defense of Brandi about Denise Richards. Join us, laugh with us and follow us on instagram and twitter @popofcolorpod for more!

The Straits Times Audio Features
S1E88: "Quad-father" Shinzo Abe's legacy to Japan, India and a free and open Indo-Pacific: Asian Insider

The Straits Times Audio Features

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 17:27


Synopsis: Every fourth Friday of the month, The Straits Times' US bureau chief Nirmal Ghosh presents an Asian perspective of the biggest global talking points with expert guests. In this episode, Nirmal Ghosh hosts Dr Aparna Pande, Research Fellow & director of Hudson Institute's Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia, and ST's Japan correspondent Walter Sim.  When news of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's assassination on July 8 broke upon a disbelieving world, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi was possibly the first leader to declare national mourning with the Indian flag at half-staff throughout the land – and then blogged about his "dear friend". The Japan-India relationship is a long one, and it suits both to see the other rise because, among other commonalities, neither considers the other a threat. And under Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Japan is set to continue on the same track.  Highlights (click/tap above): 2:15 Why Japan will pursue a more muscular foreign policy following Abe's legacy 4:55 Public sentiment on revision of Japan's pacifist constitution that was drafted by the United States, which came into force in 1947 7:50 Abe popularly known as the "Quad-father": How important is his legacy to a free and open Indo-Pacific? 11:25 Why Japan could become more of a consensus leader if sustained US presence in Asia does not pan out in coming years Produced by: Nirmal Ghosh (nirmal@sph.com.sg), Ernest Luis, Teo Tong Kai and Eden Soh Edited by: Eden Soh Subscribe to the Asian Insider Podcast channel and rate us on your favourite audio apps: Channel: https://str.sg/JWa7 Apple Podcasts: https://str.sg/JWa8 Google Podcasts: https://str.sg/wQsB  Spotify: https://str.sg/JWaX SPH Awedio app: https://www.awedio.sg/ Website: http://str.sg/stpodcasts Feedback to: podcast@sph.com.sg Follow Nirmal Ghosh on Twitter: https://str.sg/JD7r Read Nirmal Ghosh's stories: https://str.sg/JbxG Register for Asian Insider newsletter: https://str.sg/stnewsletters Asian Insider videos: https://str.sg/wdcC --- Discover ST's special edition podcasts: Singapore's War On Covid: https://str.sg/wuJa The Unsolved Mysteries of South-east Asia: https://str.sg/wuZ2 Stop Scams: https://str.sg/wuZB Invisible Asia: https://str.sg/wuZn --- Discover more ST podcast series: Asian Insider: https://str.sg/JWa7 Green Pulse: https://str.sg/JWaf Health Check: https://str.sg/JWaN In Your Opinion: https://str.sg/w7Qt Your Money & Career: https://str.sg/wB2m SG Extra: https://str.sg/wukR #PopVultures: https://str.sg/JWad ST Sports Talk: https://str.sg/JWRE Bookmark This!: https://str.sg/JWas The Big Story: https://str.sg/wuZe Lunch With Sumiko: https://str.sg/J6hQ Discover BT Podcasts: https://bt.sg/pcPL Follow our shows then, if you like short, practical podcasts! #STAsianInsiderSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Why It Matters
S1E88: "Quad-father" Shinzo Abe's legacy to Japan, India and a free and open Indo-Pacific: Asian Insider

Why It Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 17:27


Synopsis: Every fourth Friday of the month, The Straits Times' US bureau chief Nirmal Ghosh presents an Asian perspective of the biggest global talking points with expert guests. In this episode, Nirmal Ghosh hosts Dr Aparna Pande, Research Fellow & director of Hudson Institute's Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia, and ST's Japan correspondent Walter Sim.  When news of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's assassination on July 8 broke upon a disbelieving world, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi was possibly the first leader to declare national mourning with the Indian flag at half-staff throughout the land – and then blogged about his "dear friend". The Japan-India relationship is a long one, and it suits both to see the other rise because, among other commonalities, neither considers the other a threat. And under Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Japan is set to continue on the same track.  Highlights (click/tap above): 2:15 Why Japan will pursue a more muscular foreign policy following Abe's legacy 4:55 Public sentiment on revision of Japan's pacifist constitution that was drafted by the United States, which came into force in 1947 7:50 Abe popularly known as the "Quad-father": How important is his legacy to a free and open Indo-Pacific? 11:25 Why Japan could become more of a consensus leader if sustained US presence in Asia does not pan out in coming years Produced by: Nirmal Ghosh (nirmal@sph.com.sg), Ernest Luis, Teo Tong Kai and Eden Soh Edited by: Eden Soh Subscribe to the Asian Insider Podcast channel and rate us on your favourite audio apps: Channel: https://str.sg/JWa7 Apple Podcasts: https://str.sg/JWa8 Google Podcasts: https://str.sg/wQsB  Spotify: https://str.sg/JWaX SPH Awedio app: https://www.awedio.sg/ Website: http://str.sg/stpodcasts Feedback to: podcast@sph.com.sg Follow Nirmal Ghosh on Twitter: https://str.sg/JD7r Read Nirmal Ghosh's stories: https://str.sg/JbxG Register for Asian Insider newsletter: https://str.sg/stnewsletters Asian Insider videos: https://str.sg/wdcC --- Discover ST's special edition podcasts: Singapore's War On Covid: https://str.sg/wuJa The Unsolved Mysteries of South-east Asia: https://str.sg/wuZ2 Stop Scams: https://str.sg/wuZB Invisible Asia: https://str.sg/wuZn --- Discover more ST podcast series: Asian Insider: https://str.sg/JWa7 Green Pulse: https://str.sg/JWaf Health Check: https://str.sg/JWaN In Your Opinion: https://str.sg/w7Qt Your Money & Career: https://str.sg/wB2m SG Extra: https://str.sg/wukR #PopVultures: https://str.sg/JWad ST Sports Talk: https://str.sg/JWRE Bookmark This!: https://str.sg/JWas The Big Story: https://str.sg/wuZe Lunch With Sumiko: https://str.sg/J6hQ Discover BT Podcasts: https://bt.sg/pcPL Follow our shows then, if you like short, practical podcasts! #STAsianInsiderSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Reality with The King
Married to Medicine: Now paging Dr. Heavenly

Reality with The King

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 38:33 Very Popular


Married to Medicine is back! Carlos kicks off this episode by giving his thoughts on the season 9 premiere of M2M. He then sits with Atlanta's premier dentist & relationship expert, the polarizing Dr. Heavenly Kimes. They discuss what went down between her and Dr. Contessa, why Quad is necessary for the show, Toya's dream house, and more! Thoughts? Opinions? Reads? Email me at RealitywithTheKing@Stitcher.com or leave me a voicemail at 310-593-8188.  Follow me! Twitter & Instagram: @TheCarlosKing_

La ContraCrónica
El Japón de Shinzo Abe

La ContraCrónica

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 41:46


Shinzo Abe, ex primer ministro de Japón, fue asesinado a tiros el pasado viernes cuando pronunciaba un discurso en la ciudad occidental de Nara. Tras el tiroteo fue trasladado de urgencia a un hospital donde se certificó su muerte. El asesino, llamado Tetsuya Yamagami, disparó dos veces por la espalda con un arma de fabricación casera, fue detenido en el lugar del crimen y puesto a disposición judicial. Se trata al parecer de un hombre de 41 años que estaba desempleado y sirvió varios años en el ejército japonés. Llevaba meses planificando un atentado que no tiene motivaciones políticas. Lo hizo, según se desprende de la investigación preliminar llevada a cabo por la policía japonesa, por cuestiones personales de animadversión hacia Abe El crimen ha conmocionado a Japón, un país extremadamente pacífico en el que la criminalidad es muy baja y apenas existe violencia política. Abe, que tenía 67 años en el momento de su muerte, había ocupado en dos periodos la oficina del primer ministro. El primero de 2006 a 2007 y el segundo de 2012 a 2020. Había sido primer ministro durante más tiempo que cualquier otro en el Japón de posguerra y eso le permitió dejar un perdurable legado en la política y la economía de Japón. Durante sus sucesivos mandatos, un total de cuatro, llevó a Japón a jugar un papel mucho más activo en el concierto internacional tras varias décadas manteniéndose al margen de los grandes asuntos globales. Abe se retiró voluntariamente hace menos de dos años aquejado de una enfermedad crónica, pero no abandonó su escaño en el parlamento, donde encabezaba una de las facciones del Partido Liberal Democrático. Desde esa posición siguió defendiendo que Japón se involucre más con sus aliados occidentales, refuerce su ejército y sirva de contrapeso regional a una China en ascenso y una Rusia hostil. Japón, un país estable y tranquilo, ofrecía un contrapunto a un mundo que se ha vuelto muy turbulento. Los políticos japoneses suelen acercarse mucho y suelen descuidar su seguridad. Abe fue presa fácil para el asesino, no tuvo más que colocarse a su espalda y disparar. El crimen ha dejado al país en estado de shock y ha reforzado a su partido en las elecciones que se celebraron el domingo para renovar la cámara alta del parlamento. Shinzo Abe deja a su espalda un Japón muy distinto al que se encontró cuando llegó por primera vez al despacho del primer ministro hace 17 años. A él se debe, por ejemplo, el programa económico bautizado como “Abenomics” y la reorientación estratégica del país embarcándose en proyectos como el Diálogo de Seguridad Cuadrilateral, más conocido como Quad, en el que se unió a Estados Unidos, la India y Australia para contrarrestar el creciente poder chino en la región del indo-pacífico. Tiene continuador, el actual primer ministro Fumio Kishida, antiguo ministro de exteriores de Abe, ha continuado con las misma política. En La ContraRéplica: - Villarejo, Ferreras y Podemos - Los problemas motrices de Biden - Español latino · “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i · “Lutero, Calvino y Trento, la Reforma que no fue”… https://amzn.to/3shKOlK · “La ContraHistoria del comunismo”… https://amzn.to/39QP2KE Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM #FernandoDiazVillanueva #ShinzoAbe #Japon Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

寰宇#關鍵字新聞 Global Hashtag News
【#安倍印太戰略】以印太取代亞太!安倍推動QUAD,強化美與太平洋盟友關係!| 寰宇#關鍵字新聞2022.07.12

寰宇#關鍵字新聞 Global Hashtag News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 1:15


日本前首相安倍晉三雖然已經離去,但他的理念並沒有消失。如今在國際局勢中,大家耳熟能詳的「印太地區」這個詞,就是由安倍首創的,他同時也推動四方安全對話,成為區域局勢的重要論壇,讓我們一起來聽聽,安倍晉三對國際社會的遠見。 聽眾五星留言+訂閱

"Big Fat F-," Kev on NCAA Realignment

"F" in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 52:35


This week your favorite history teacher -Mr. Parker Ainsworth- is joined by Belly Up and Tailgate on the Quad's “Kev!” Together, they grade and break down a thesis about conference realignment, college football, and more. Covered: Arch Manning, NCAA Realignment, USC, UCLA, Pac 12, Big 12, SEC, Big 10, Notre Dame, NCAA Disintegrating, and more Grab your own “F” In Sports MERCH (and help out various charities along the way!): https://www.bonfire.com/store/f-in-sports/

Politik Merkez - Robot Okuyucu Yayını
Hint-Pasifik Jeopolitiği, Gerilimler ve Küresel Ekonomi

Politik Merkez - Robot Okuyucu Yayını

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022


Eski Japon Başbakanı Shinzo Abe'nin suikastle katli sonrasında hemen herkes düşünmeye başladı, Hint-Pasifik bölgesi bundan sonra neye gebe olacak? Okurlarım öteden beri Pasifik ile ilgilendiğimi bilir. Çin ve ABD rekabeti, bu manadaki jeopolitik ve jeostratejik konular ile özelde AUKUS, Anglosphere, Tayvan, Hong Kong, Kuşak Yol Girişimi, ASEAN, RCEP, QUAD, TPP gibi başlıkları Rusya ve Avrupa Birliği ilişkileri irdelediklerim arasındadır. Burada bir bütün halinde daha çok ekonomik ve güvenlik açısından etkileşimleri ortaya koymak istiyorum. Hassas noktaları seçerek yazıyorum, bazı gelişmelerin nedenlerini bazılarının ise gelecekte neleri işaret tettiğini buradan çıkarmanız mümkün olabilecektir.

Spoken Word with Electronics
# 72-B: "It's Been a Rough Month" (Knas Quad Massager Demo & Three Minimoogs)

Spoken Word with Electronics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 13:35


# 72-B: "It's Been a Rough Month" (Knas Quad Massager Demo & Three Minimoogs) by Spoken Word with Electronics

WAGS of SCI: The Podcast
WAGS of SCI: The Podcast – Ep. 75 – Prepping For A Hot Quad Summer!

WAGS of SCI: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 29:10


Gotcha with the title! Now get your mind out of the gutter and pay attention… this podcast episode is all about managing the summer heat from the perspective of partners of Quadriplegics! Join Brooke and Elena as they give out some of their best learned tips and tricks for navigating the summer heat so that […]

Game of Stones - A Curling Podcast

This week, Sean and Scott look back at the best games from the past four years. From worlds to Olympics to national championships, they talk about the most exciting matches that still hold some re-watchability. Agree with their list? Be sure to let them know what they missed.To see the list, including links to watch the game, check out the accompanying blog post.For more, visit us at GameofStonesPod.com

Hold Your Fire!
S2 Episode 40: India's Response to Russia's War in Ukraine

Hold Your Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 52:45


Since late February, when Russian forces crossed the Ukrainian border en masse, India has steered what it portrays as a neutral course on the war. It has abstained on UN votes condemning Russia's invasion. New Delhi refuses to publicly blame Moscow for the crisis, even while emphasising India's traditional respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity. It has maintained India's historically close ties to Moscow, increasing Russian oil imports and receiving Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on a diplomatic visit in April. Last week, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended, along with his Argentinian, Indonesian, Senegalese and South African counterparts, the summit of the G7 — or Group of Seven — which brought together leaders from seven industrialised countries, mostly NATO member states. On the agenda were the Ukraine war, its wider ramifications and ways to tackle rising commodity prices, as well as other global challenges.This week on Hold Your Fire! Richard Atwood talks with Crisis Group trustee and former Indian Foreign Secretary and National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon about India's foreign policy and its response to Russia's war in Ukraine. They discuss Modi's participation in the G7 summit and look back at what has motivated New Delhi's response to the war, particularly its relations with Russia. They talk about the key priorities driving India's foreign policy and its security dilemmas in Asia, notably its border dispute with China in the Himalayas and its long rivalry with Pakistan. They discuss India's participation in the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue with Australia, Japan and the U.S. and what role the Quad might play in Asian security in the years ahead. They also talk about the contrast between the way New Delhi and other non-Western capitals view the Ukraine war, especially Western sanctions against Russia, and the views among NATO leaders.For more on the war in Ukraine, check out Crisis Group's extensive analysis on our Ukraine country page. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DarbyCast
141. Thick Quad Summer | DarbyCast | Maverick Alexander

DarbyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 44:58


Maverick discusses some options for key summertime activities, provided the United States doesn't descend into madness. For DarbyCast merch, go to https://www.darbyshireusa.com/shop --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darbyshireusa/support

BarBend Podcast
From Quad Racing to the CrossFit Games (w/Emma McQuaid)

BarBend Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 22:36


Today I'm talking to multi-time CrossFit Games athlete Emma McQuaid, who just qualified for the 2022 Games. The Irish athlete has a length background in sports but didn't find CrossFit until she was 24 years old. Now in her 30s, McQuaid talks about her background in quad bike racing — ATV racing in American slang — how it both helped and hurt her career in elite fitness competition. Before we get into that, I want to give a quick shoutout to today's episode sponsor, Colter Dillon. Do you struggle finding a t-shirt that fits as well as that ONE t you loved until it wore out? Do you wish a standard medium was JUST a little bit longer, or maybe a large wasn't so baggy for you? Then you've got to check out Colter Dillon. They personalize the fit for YOU, and they have tons of color options — you can even personalize artwork on the shirt! They deliver your perfect t-shirt every time. Check out Colter Dillon today. 

The Optimal Body
216 | 10 Different Sitting Variations for Work Days

The Optimal Body

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 21:11


It's time to change it up. DocJen & Dr. Dom preach changing up your position for at least 30 seconds every 30 minutes or 1 minute every hour. With the best posture being your next position, they describe 10 different sitting positions and how they are optimal! Is sitting on the floor uncomfortable? We highlight elevating the seat to make these sitting positions more accessible. Grab your Brentwood Homes Yoga Bundle for a non-toxic, versatile, and durable cushion! Click here!! What You Will Learn In This PT Pearl: 02:01 - What's the best posture? 07:13 - 90/90 Shin Box position 09:35 - Pancake Seat 10:39 - Low Squat 11:56 - Short Kneel Position 13:16 - Big toe stretch 13:21 - Quad stretch 15:33 - Ankle Stretch 17:13 - Long sit 18:28 - Laying on your tummy! Watch Episode 216 on Youtube For research and full show notes, visit the full website at: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode216/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message

Up First
Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 13:30 Very Popular


It's primary day in Georgia, once more a central battleground state. President Biden meets with leaders from the Quad informal group of countries to counter China's regional might. And the war in Ukraine is locked in a stalemate after three bloody months of battles.