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Podcast – CrimsonCast
Ep 903 - The CrimsonCast Women's Basketball Show with Amanda Foster

Podcast – CrimsonCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 27:53


In the second episode of CrimsonCast's women's basketball-specific podcast, Amanda recaps Indiana's most recent games against Bowling Green and Quinnipiac and what they show about the team so far. She also dives into the most recent AP Poll and other weekly awards received by Indiana, and highlights the other Big Ten teams ranked in the top 25 and how their seasons are going so far.

Coast to Coast Hoops
11/13/22-Coast To Coast Hoops

Coast to Coast Hoops

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 123:57


Greg recaps Saturday college basketball results, talks to Ky McKeon of the Three Man Weave about the Pac-12's & Louisville's bad start to the season, what he saw in person at Wisconsin vs Stanford & handicapping college basketball games played in neutral non-basketball environments, & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Sunday college basketball game! Podcast Highlights 4:03-Recap of Saturday's results 26:29-Interview with Ky McKeon 44:53-Start of Picks with North Carolina A&T vs Iowa St 46:53-Picks & analysis for Colorado vs Tennessee 49:12-Picks & analysis for VMI vs Davidson 51:31-Picks & analysis for Pacific vs North Dakota St 53:35-Picks & analysis for Eastern Illinois vs Central Michigan 55:46-Picks & analysis for Oklahoma St vs Oakland 58:14-Picks & analysis for Idaho vs Omaha 1:00:37-Picks & analysis for Towson vs Penn 1:03:55-DK Nation Pick Youngstown St vs Notre Dame 1:05:59-Picks & analysis for Southern Illinois vs Southern Indiana 1:08:23-Picks & analysis for Western Michigan vs Valparaiso 1:11:04-Picks & analysis for William & Mary vs Virginia Tech 1:13:23-Picks & analysis for Lindenwood vs Missouri 1:11:46-Picks & analysis for Portland St vs Seattle 1:18:12-Picks & analysis for Montana St vs Long Beach St 1:20:40-Picks & analysis for North Texas vs St. Mary's 1:23:48-Picks & analysis for Eastern Washington vs Hawaii 1:25:53-Picks & analysis for Harvard vs Elon 1:28:13-Picks & analysis for Louisiana vs East Tennessee St 1:30:44-Start of extra games Eastern Kentucky vs Cincinnati 1:33:07-Picks & analysis for Arizona St vs Texas Southern 1:34:56-Picks & analysis for Columbia vs Sacred Heart 1:37:30-Picks & analysis for Quinnipiac vs Central Connecticut 1:40:05-Picks & analysis for Manhattan vs Fairleigh Dickinson 1:42:43-Picks & analysis for Arkansas Pine Bluff vs Mississippi St 1:45:54-Picks & analysis for St. Francis NY vs St. Thomas 1:48:19-Picks & analysis for SE Louisiana vs Wyoming 1:51:14-Picks & analysis for American vs George Mason 1:53:33-Picks & analysis for Alabama St vs Pepperdine 1:56:25-Picks & analysis for Brown vs Loyola MD 1:58:53-Picks & analysis for NJIT vs San Diego 2:01:18-Picks & analysis for Yale vs Mississippi Valley St 2:03:31-Picks & analysis for Vermont vs CS FullertonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 193 with Abbie Ives plus PadSkinz

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 83:30


Episode 193 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a fantastic conversation with Abbie Ives of the Connecticut Whale in the PHF.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Ives shares great insights and advice from her path to professional hockey, one that started with just playing for fun (and because her dad was a goalie) until getting more serious at age 13. The 24-year-old, who was  how she skated any time she could get on the ice, whether it was crease movement at drop in skates or filling in for her dad at beer league, to play her way into college hockey at Quinnipiac, and now the PHF. Ives has some great thoughts on how to teach and develop patience on the skates, and shares how she uses Sense Arena (more than any other goalie in the world) to get ready for games and practices, as well as where the women's game is headed at the pro level and the improvements she's seeing in the PHF this season. All that, plus our weekly trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new PadSkins, including some new options we weren't previously aware of, and how best to apply them.

Coast to Coast Hoops
11/10/22-Coast To Coast Hoops

Coast to Coast Hoops

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 103:08


Greg recaps Wednesday's college basketball results, talks to Justin Perri of Shot Quality Bets about how Shot Quality goes beyond the box score to gauge the true performance of a team, takeaways from the first few games of the season, & a few games to watch for Thursday, & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Thursday college basketball game! Podcast Highlights 3:03-Recap of Wednesday's results 12:02-Interview with Justin Perri 34:22-DK Nation Pick Western Carolina vs Maryland 36:37-Picks & analysis for Towson vs UMass 38:48-Picks & analysis for Central Michigan vs Marquette 41:03-Picks & analysis for Cleveland vs Cincinnati 43:37-Picks & analysis for North Dakota St vs Kansas 45:55-Picks & analysis for Omaha vs Nebraska 47:53-Picks & analysis for Southern Illinois vs Oklahoma St 50:25-Picks & analysis for Eastern Illinois vs Illinois St 52:42-Picks & analysis for Northern Arizona vs Arizona St 55:09-Picks & analysis for North Dakota vs Creighton 57:36-Picks & analysis for UC Riverside vs Loyola Marymount 1:00:26-Picks & analysis for Cal Poly vs San Francisco 1:02:42-Picks & analysis for Georgia Southern vs Santa Clara 1:05:17-Start of extra game picks with Lehigh vs Virginia Tech 1:07:22-Picks & analysis for NC Central vs Appalachian St 1:09:34-Picks & analysis for Charleston Southern vs Ohio St 1:11:36-Picks & analysis for Loyola MD vs Penn St 1:13:39-Picks & analysis for Sacred Heart vs Rutgers 1:15:40-Picks & analysis for Colgate vs Brown 1:18:03-Picks & analysis for Western Kentucky vs Eastern Kentucky 1:20:35-Picks & analysis for Radford vs Notre Dames 1:22:36-Picks & analysis for UMass Lowell vs Columbia 1:24:32-Picks & analysis for Quinnipiac vs Stonehill 1:26:38-Picks & analysis for Presbyterian vs Citadel 1:28:55-Picks & analysis for Gardner Webb vs Stephen F Austin 1:31:08-Picks & analysis for Texas Southern vs Texas Tech 1:33:22-Picks & analysis for North Alabama vs Alabama A&M 1:36:04-Picks & analysis for Bethune Cookman vs Indiana 1:38:17-Picks & analysis for Houston Christian vs Texas 1:40:49-Picks & analysis for Nicholls vs Wyoming 1:43:09-Picks & analysis for Vermont vs St Mary's 1:45:29-Picks & analysis for Alabama State vs USCSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Unscripted Direct
Episode 43 - Decision 2022: Adam v. Jared

Unscripted Direct

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 74:00


It's Election Week in America -- the perfect time for our first no-holds-barred debate...(0:00:01) Introduction. Spencer goes door to door in Reno. Justin stumps for the Scripties.  Click here to vote! Voting closes Sunday at midnight, and the winners will be announced next week. (0:05:44)  The Break. Results from Quinnipiac's Criminal Competition and Loyola's National Civil Trial Competition. Can Spencer get Justin to take some truth serum?  (0:10:11) Preview - All Star Finals.  Liz Boals tells us when she first felt at home at Stetson, what she has planned for EATS, and why she has so many jumper cables in her office. (0:24:59) Preview - Case Classic with Lauren Tuttle. Did you know Case Western finished 5th in the 2022 Gavel Rankings? That they just did their first Fall external tournament? Or that they enter five teams in their competition?  (0:33:34) The Debate. Whose rankings are better, Fordham's TCPR or  Hofstra 's Gavel Rankings? We let Adam Shlahet and Jared Rosenblatt settle this in the only appropriate format: a trial. (1:12:19) Here's Some Advice. Spencer goes below the belt.

College Hockey Talk
Hockey East Tonight featuring Justin Michaelian

College Hockey Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 36:00


On today's episode of Hockey East Tonight I sit down with grad transfer from the Maine Hockey team Justin Michaelian. We talk about a lot of things including his decision to enter the transfer portal and the big wins that Maine has pulled off against Quinnipiac and Northeastern. Finally at the end of the episode we talk about Maine's upcoming series against Merrimack. Follow us on Social Media IG: @hockeyeastblog Twitter : @HEblog_

Rugby Wrap Up
Impressive wins by Navy, Davenport, BftM recap, plus an interview w/ NCR's Angela Smarto

Rugby Wrap Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 64:46


NEW YORK, NY - After a brief hiatus, the gang returns in full force to discuss the latest happenings around the college rugby landscape. Rugby East is heating up with Navy's huge win over Army. The Midshipmen will have one last test against a very good St. Bonnaventure side to try and remain undefeated this season. The NIRA playoff brackets are set, with a rematch between Army and Harvard headlining the proceedings. Dartmouth, the one seed, will play Quinnipiac in their semifinal matchup. And the Big Ten will see a matchup between the two favorite's from the very beginning of the season, with Indiana squaring off against Ohio State. And finally, NCR's Angela Smarto stopped by the NY studio to chat with Matt McCarthy about some of the best women's playoff matchups in National Collegiate Rugby.

Pack Pride - The NC State Wolfpack Podcast
Pack Pride Weekly Podcast: Recapping the win over Wake, Senior Day & Hoops Talk

Pack Pride - The NC State Wolfpack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:23


NC State pulled off an improbable victory over Wake Forest on Saturday evening behind one of the most complete performances of the Dave Doeren era. The Wolfpack rose up to No. 17 in the AP Poll and appears primed to fight for a strong finish starting with Senior Day against Boston College on Saturday. James Curle and Cory Smith take a look back on the win, look forward to the road ahead and discuss some NC State basketball as the season tips off. This podcast was recorded in between the women's and men's basketball season openers, so most of the talk was about the women's victory over Quinnipiac.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Friday, November 4th, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 22:50


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily NewsBrief for Friday, November 4th, 2022. It’s Friday everyone! We made it! Seeing as it’s Friday, let’s go ahead and start with a little trip down memory lane… with on this day in history! On this day in history… November 4th: 1841 First wagon train arrives in California 1845 First nationally observed uniform election day in the United States, the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1862 American inventor Richard Jordan Gatling patents the hand cranked Gatling machine gun in Indianapolis 1879 African American inventor Thomas Elkins patents the Refrigerating Apparatus 1922 Howard Carter discovers the intact tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun in Egypt 2008 Barack Obama becomes the first African-American to be elected President of the United States, defeating Republican candidate John McCain Famous Birthdays: Walter Cronkite, Matthew McConaughey, P Diddy And that, was on this day in history for November 4th! Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.theepochtimes.com/new-forecast-predicts-republicans-will-have-a-good-night-on-tuesday_4839469.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Republicans are projected to have a good night on Nov. 8 in the Senate, according to a new forecast released Thursday. The model from RealClearPolitics shows that the GOP will control the Senate with 54 seats, as compared to Democrats’ 46 seats. It predicted that Republicans will now likely take seats in Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire. It comes as recent polls signaled that Americans are increasingly dissatisfied with the direction the United States is heading. One from Gallup found that 17 percent of respondents said they’re satisfied with where the country is going, which is the worst of any midterm since at least 1982, according to the pollster. Meanwhile, decades-high inflation appears to remain the top issue for many voters. A poll from Quinnipiac released Wednesday found that 36 percent of voters view inflation as the top issue, which far outpaces the No. 2 choice, abortion, which garnered 10 percent. Republicans have targeted the Biden administration and Democratic policies as a primary cause of decades-high inflation. They’ve also said that polices around oil drilling and COVID-19 lockdowns have harmed the U.S. economy and that Democrats are to blame. In that poll, 34 percent said that they believe President Joe Biden is handling the economy well, whereas 61 percent said he isn’t. Biden and members of his party have focused on abortion following the Supreme Court’s historic reversal of Roe v. Wade over the summer as well as accusing Republicans and supporters of former President Donald Trump of being extremists who will undermine U.S. institutions. On Wednesday evening, Biden continued that trend and attempted to tie the alleged attack targeting Paul Pelosi to claims that the 2020 election was stolen. The suspect in that incident last week, David DePape, was known to be involved in far left-wing circles and reportedly had a history of mental illness. Several polling analysts on Wednesday told The Epoch Times that polls—even those that show Republicans pulling slightly ahead of Democrat candidates—could suffer from a “bandwagon effect.” Poll results from FiveThirtyEight, RealClearPolitics, and others like The New York Times have frequently favored Democrats in Senate and gubernatorial races. But Lonny Leitner, vice president of the government affairs firm LS2 Group, said that many polls don’t sample enough people. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2022/11/01/kari-lake-takes-another-blowtorch-to-the-media-over-hobbs-hq-break-in-n2615240 Kari Lake Torches the Media: You Idiots Will Fall for Anything Arizona secretary of state and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs is desperate. Her Hail Mary throw in the waning days of the 2022 cycle was akin to some pathetic exercise to remind voters there’s a Democrat on the ballot. Last week, there was a break-in at her campaign headquarters where Hobbs, without evidence, accused Republican opponent Kari Lake of inspiring the burglary. The media ran with it, but Lake is just too good at slapping down narratives. For example, when Lake was recently asked about being an "election denier," she shut it down by sharing statements dating back to 2000 from a slew of high-profile Democrats who questioned our elections where Republicans won. With Hobbs hiding in the bunker, even refusing to take questions about the break-in, Lake trots out there and torches the media over how their narrative about this event aged like milk. The culprit who broke into Hobbs’ campaign office was arrested, and there’s no evidence that the attack was politically motivated She knows how to counterpunch, especially on the narratives where the liberal media can mount no defense because they’re wrong. There are no shades of gray or nuance—nothing politically motivated about the Hobbs campaign office incident. https://twitter.com/i/status/1585770475111579649 - Play Video She doubled down her attack on the press: https://twitter.com/i/status/1585777715906457600 - Play Video I wouldn’t be asking a question that’s for sure… Lake has been making the most of her free media opportunities, leading to an impressive poll surge. Recent surveys have Lake ahead, including liberal polls—Data for Progress has her leading Hobbs by four points. Most attempts to smear Lake as a crank have been mitigated by her two-decade career as a television journalist; Arizona voters are familiar with Lake. Hobbs’ antics could have been avoided if she had just agreed to debate Lake, but it’s too late for that, and the Arizona Democrat most likely would have been eviscerated on the stage. Democrats, you nominated an atrocious candidate for whatever reason, and now you can’t do much with her. From Arizona to Ohio we go… https://humanevents.com/2022/11/03/ohio-education-board-vp-insists-biological-sex-is-not-a-scientific-fact?utm_campaign=64487 Ohio Education Board VP Insists Biological Sex Is Not a 'Scientific Fact' The vice president of the Ohio State Board of Education does not know what the definition of biological sex is, and does not think it is a scientific fact to say that there is just one definition. Martha Manchester, who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and has served on the State Board since Jan 2017, made the comments at an executive committee meeting convened to debate a resolution that seeks to reject Biden’s proposed Title IX change adding gender identity as a protected characteristic alongside sex. The resolution, titled “Resolution to support parents, schools, and districts in rejecting harmful, coercive, and burdensome gender identity policies and to protect federal funding subject to Title IX” was introduced in September by board member Brandon Shea. It argues that “sex is not arbitrarily ‘assigned at birth’ but rather identifies an unchangeable fact” and suggests that the Title IX change would “require that K-12 schools socially transition minor children to a different gender without requiring parental consent.” A video clip of the vice president’s confusion during the debate about the most fundamental fact of human existence was shared on Twitter by child-safeguarding advocate Chris Elston. https://twitter.com/i/status/1587901632955961344 - Play Video Manchester’s confusion about such a basic fact of biology evidently stems from gender identity ideology pushing the idea that sex is complicated and impossible to define. Google “What is biological sex?” and the first page of hits contains a baffling array of articles about how sex is complex and there are more than two sexes. On the top spot is Planned Parenthood, telling readers that the term biological sex “doesn’t fully capture the complex biological, anatomical, and chromosomal variations that can occur. Having only two options (biological male or biological female) might not describe what’s going on inside a person’s body.” In an article titled The Myth of Biological sex, Forbes informs readers that “there is no one parameter that makes a person biologically male or female.” That is simply not true. Sex is defined by which gamete type the reproductive system developed to produce. Males have the reproductive capacity to produce small gametes (sperm), and females have the reproductive capacity to produce large gametes (eggs). In an effort to push the idea that the categories of male and female are blurry or don’t exist and that therefore males can be women if they say so, a favorite tactic of trans activists is to use people who are born with Disorders of Sex Development (DSDs) as pawns in their linguistic game. Activists will point to people born with X0 Turner syndrome for example and suggest that these individuals are neither male nor female, ignoring the fact that Turner syndrome is a DSD that can only affect females. This exact argument was made by expert witness Dr. Greta Bauer in the hearing of a Canadian nurse on trial in British Columbia for allegedly transphobic beliefs, one of which is the belief that there are only two sexes. The executive committee voted to hold an additional meeting on Nov 14 to continue the debate, according to WOWK 13 News. Moving overseas… https://www.foxnews.com/world/us-south-korea-threaten-end-kim-regime-north-korea-uses-nuclear-weapon US, South Korea threaten to 'end' Kim regime if North Korea uses nuclear weapon The U.S. and South Korea issued a joint warning to North Korea on Thursday, warning that any use of nuclear weapons would result in the end of Kim Jong Un's regime. North Korea fired an unprecedented 23 missiles in a single day on Wednesday amid extensive joint air force exercises between the U.S. and South Korea. Kim's regime has made veiled threats about nuclear weapons in recent days as well. "Any nuclear attack against the United States or its allies and partners, including the use of non-strategic nuclear weapons, is unacceptable and will result in the end of the Kim regime," South Korean Defense Minister Jong-Sup Lee said Thursday, in a joint news conference with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. The U.S. and South Korean militaries announced an extension to a joint air force exercise earlier on Thursday. The move came in response to North Korea launching an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and two short-range missiles after Wednesday's barrage. South Korean media reported that officials believe the North's ICBM failed in flight but did not elaborate. Meanwhile, North Korea's two short-range ballistic missiles fell into the sea to its east. Japan initially sounded alarms after tracking suggested the ICBM would fly over the island nation, but officials later said they lost track of it mid-flight, according to Reuters. North Korea has grown increasingly aggressive since the U.S. and South Korea began joint military exercises in September. The country also flew 12 warplanes near the South Korean border in early October. The sortie included eight fighter jets and four bombers. South Korea responded with a flight of 30 warplanes, but the two groups did not engage. The U.S. and South Korea's joint air force exercise, Operation Vigilant Storm, was scheduled to end Friday but will now extend into the weekend following North Korea's launches. South Korea had a failed missile launch of its own in October. The malfunction came as the U.S., South Korea and Japan were seeking to send a message to the North Korean regime after it sent its own ballistic missile flying over the island of Japan. U.S. military officials clarified that the warhead on South Korea's missile did not explode, but the propellant caused a large blast and flames. No injuries were reported from the incident, civilian or otherwise, and South Korean officials say no buildings were damaged. Redballoon Not so long ago, the American dream was alive and well. Employees who worked hard were rewarded, and employers looked for people who could do the job, not for people who had the right political views. RedBalloon.work is a job site designed to get us back to what made American businesses successful: free speech, hard work, and having fun. If you are a free speech employer who wants to hire employees who focus on their work and not identity politics, then post a job on RedBalloon. If you are an employee who is being censored at work or is being forced to comply with the current zeitgeist, post your resume on RedBalloon and look for a new job. redballoon.work, the job site where free speech is still alive! www.redballoon.work Now y’all know what time it is… my favorite topic, sports!!! https://nypost.com/2022/11/01/philly-restaurants-refused-to-serve-astros-before-game-3/ Loyalty is Philly Special. The World Series intensity in the City of Brotherly Love was amplified when two local businesses refused to feed the Astros ahead of Game 3 on Tuesday. Angelo’s Pizzeria in South Philadelphia, an institution in the city, refused to provide catering for the visitors. “If you think I’d cook for the Astros, you’re out of your mind,” a man said in a video posted to the eatery’s Instagram account. “We said no to them.” The Astros didn’t have much luck at Mike’s BBQ, either. The restaurant posted a text exchange with the team that didn’t seem to get very far. While Houston is widely loathed by a number of fanbases across MLB — and at least one Phillies player on the roster — the treatment might not have anything to do with the franchise’s recent history of cheating. It seems more likely it’s just a good old fashion dose of Philly hospitality. The Astros didn’t get any reprieve on the field as the Phillies routed them 7-0 in Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead after Tuesday’s game was postponed due to rain. The Phillies crushed five homers with Bryce Harper getting the festivities started with a two-run blast in the first inning. The Phillies are now 6-0 this postseason at Citizens Bank Park. “A lot of really good hitters in the lineup,” said third baseman Alec Bohm, who added a solo shot to leadoff the second inning against Astros starter Lance McCullers Jr. Games 4 and 5 are in Philadelphia on Wednesday and Thursday night as the Astros look to fight back in series — and find a place that will serve them food. Now, we go from pettiness, to a genuinely disturbing story… https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/11/four-players-suspended-after-brawl-breaks-out-after-msu-vs-michigan-game/ Four Players Suspended After Brawl Breaks Out After MSU Vs. Michigan Game An altercation broke out between players following the Michigan-Michigan State game on Saturday. A crowd of Michigan State Spartans appeared to be attacking Michigan players in the tunnel following the in-state rivalry game. Michigan AD Ward Manuel said Michigan’s postgame fight is being reviewed by law enforcement. University of Michigan Police Assistant Chief Melissa Overton said the investigation is ongoing, working in conjunction with the Michigan State Police and Michigan’s athletics and football programs. Spartans head coach Mel Tucker said Michigan is working with law enforcement, the Michigan campus leadership, and the Big Ten Conference to assess what happened, including identifying additional players involved and contributing factors in the altercation. Tucker added that the suspensions will stay in place until the investigation, which includes law enforcement, Big Ten, and Michigan, is completed. As a result, Mel Tucker suspended Four Michigan State players – Tank Brown, Khary Crump, Angelo Gore, and Zion Young, saying that decisions were made based on video evidence from the incident. Neither Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh nor Manuel would disclose on Saturday which Wolverines were involved in the altercation, although Harbaugh said two players were involved – one, he said, suffered a nasal injury. In the immediate aftermath on Saturday evening, MSU coach Mel Tucker said at his postgame news conference that he was not aware of any altercations after the game between the Michigan players inside the Michigan Stadiums tunnel and that a fact-finding process was underway. The suspensions were ordered after school officials reviewed video of Saturday’s 29-7 loss to host team Michigan in Ann Arbor and discovered the four were part of a group of teammates surrounding a rival, Michigan coach Mel Tucker said in a statement. The incident comes amidst a frustrating season for the Spartans. The 29-7 loss to Michigan puts Michigan State at 3-5 overall and 1-4 within their conference, last in the East division. With games looming against #14 Illinois and $16 Penn State, MSU is in real danger of not reaching bowl eligibility. A result that would add further embarrassment to a proud program. Here’s my take… those players who jumped the Michigan players, should be expelled from Michigan State, and should never put the pads on again… what an absolute disgrace.

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Daily News Brief for Friday, November 4th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 22:44


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily NewsBrief for Friday, November 4th, 2022. It’s Friday everyone! We made it! Seeing as it’s Friday, let’s go ahead and start with a little trip down memory lane… with on this day in history! On this day in history… November 4th: 1841 First wagon train arrives in California 1845 First nationally observed uniform election day in the United States, the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1862 American inventor Richard Jordan Gatling patents the hand cranked Gatling machine gun in Indianapolis 1879 African American inventor Thomas Elkins patents the Refrigerating Apparatus 1922 Howard Carter discovers the intact tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun in Egypt 2008 Barack Obama becomes the first African-American to be elected President of the United States, defeating Republican candidate John McCain Famous Birthdays: Walter Cronkite, Matthew McConaughey, P Diddy And that, was on this day in history for November 4th! Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.theepochtimes.com/new-forecast-predicts-republicans-will-have-a-good-night-on-tuesday_4839469.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Republicans are projected to have a good night on Nov. 8 in the Senate, according to a new forecast released Thursday. The model from RealClearPolitics shows that the GOP will control the Senate with 54 seats, as compared to Democrats’ 46 seats. It predicted that Republicans will now likely take seats in Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire. It comes as recent polls signaled that Americans are increasingly dissatisfied with the direction the United States is heading. One from Gallup found that 17 percent of respondents said they’re satisfied with where the country is going, which is the worst of any midterm since at least 1982, according to the pollster. Meanwhile, decades-high inflation appears to remain the top issue for many voters. A poll from Quinnipiac released Wednesday found that 36 percent of voters view inflation as the top issue, which far outpaces the No. 2 choice, abortion, which garnered 10 percent. Republicans have targeted the Biden administration and Democratic policies as a primary cause of decades-high inflation. They’ve also said that polices around oil drilling and COVID-19 lockdowns have harmed the U.S. economy and that Democrats are to blame. In that poll, 34 percent said that they believe President Joe Biden is handling the economy well, whereas 61 percent said he isn’t. Biden and members of his party have focused on abortion following the Supreme Court’s historic reversal of Roe v. Wade over the summer as well as accusing Republicans and supporters of former President Donald Trump of being extremists who will undermine U.S. institutions. On Wednesday evening, Biden continued that trend and attempted to tie the alleged attack targeting Paul Pelosi to claims that the 2020 election was stolen. The suspect in that incident last week, David DePape, was known to be involved in far left-wing circles and reportedly had a history of mental illness. Several polling analysts on Wednesday told The Epoch Times that polls—even those that show Republicans pulling slightly ahead of Democrat candidates—could suffer from a “bandwagon effect.” Poll results from FiveThirtyEight, RealClearPolitics, and others like The New York Times have frequently favored Democrats in Senate and gubernatorial races. But Lonny Leitner, vice president of the government affairs firm LS2 Group, said that many polls don’t sample enough people. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2022/11/01/kari-lake-takes-another-blowtorch-to-the-media-over-hobbs-hq-break-in-n2615240 Kari Lake Torches the Media: You Idiots Will Fall for Anything Arizona secretary of state and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs is desperate. Her Hail Mary throw in the waning days of the 2022 cycle was akin to some pathetic exercise to remind voters there’s a Democrat on the ballot. Last week, there was a break-in at her campaign headquarters where Hobbs, without evidence, accused Republican opponent Kari Lake of inspiring the burglary. The media ran with it, but Lake is just too good at slapping down narratives. For example, when Lake was recently asked about being an "election denier," she shut it down by sharing statements dating back to 2000 from a slew of high-profile Democrats who questioned our elections where Republicans won. With Hobbs hiding in the bunker, even refusing to take questions about the break-in, Lake trots out there and torches the media over how their narrative about this event aged like milk. The culprit who broke into Hobbs’ campaign office was arrested, and there’s no evidence that the attack was politically motivated She knows how to counterpunch, especially on the narratives where the liberal media can mount no defense because they’re wrong. There are no shades of gray or nuance—nothing politically motivated about the Hobbs campaign office incident. https://twitter.com/i/status/1585770475111579649 - Play Video She doubled down her attack on the press: https://twitter.com/i/status/1585777715906457600 - Play Video I wouldn’t be asking a question that’s for sure… Lake has been making the most of her free media opportunities, leading to an impressive poll surge. Recent surveys have Lake ahead, including liberal polls—Data for Progress has her leading Hobbs by four points. Most attempts to smear Lake as a crank have been mitigated by her two-decade career as a television journalist; Arizona voters are familiar with Lake. Hobbs’ antics could have been avoided if she had just agreed to debate Lake, but it’s too late for that, and the Arizona Democrat most likely would have been eviscerated on the stage. Democrats, you nominated an atrocious candidate for whatever reason, and now you can’t do much with her. From Arizona to Ohio we go… https://humanevents.com/2022/11/03/ohio-education-board-vp-insists-biological-sex-is-not-a-scientific-fact?utm_campaign=64487 Ohio Education Board VP Insists Biological Sex Is Not a 'Scientific Fact' The vice president of the Ohio State Board of Education does not know what the definition of biological sex is, and does not think it is a scientific fact to say that there is just one definition. Martha Manchester, who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and has served on the State Board since Jan 2017, made the comments at an executive committee meeting convened to debate a resolution that seeks to reject Biden’s proposed Title IX change adding gender identity as a protected characteristic alongside sex. The resolution, titled “Resolution to support parents, schools, and districts in rejecting harmful, coercive, and burdensome gender identity policies and to protect federal funding subject to Title IX” was introduced in September by board member Brandon Shea. It argues that “sex is not arbitrarily ‘assigned at birth’ but rather identifies an unchangeable fact” and suggests that the Title IX change would “require that K-12 schools socially transition minor children to a different gender without requiring parental consent.” A video clip of the vice president’s confusion during the debate about the most fundamental fact of human existence was shared on Twitter by child-safeguarding advocate Chris Elston. https://twitter.com/i/status/1587901632955961344 - Play Video Manchester’s confusion about such a basic fact of biology evidently stems from gender identity ideology pushing the idea that sex is complicated and impossible to define. Google “What is biological sex?” and the first page of hits contains a baffling array of articles about how sex is complex and there are more than two sexes. On the top spot is Planned Parenthood, telling readers that the term biological sex “doesn’t fully capture the complex biological, anatomical, and chromosomal variations that can occur. Having only two options (biological male or biological female) might not describe what’s going on inside a person’s body.” In an article titled The Myth of Biological sex, Forbes informs readers that “there is no one parameter that makes a person biologically male or female.” That is simply not true. Sex is defined by which gamete type the reproductive system developed to produce. Males have the reproductive capacity to produce small gametes (sperm), and females have the reproductive capacity to produce large gametes (eggs). In an effort to push the idea that the categories of male and female are blurry or don’t exist and that therefore males can be women if they say so, a favorite tactic of trans activists is to use people who are born with Disorders of Sex Development (DSDs) as pawns in their linguistic game. Activists will point to people born with X0 Turner syndrome for example and suggest that these individuals are neither male nor female, ignoring the fact that Turner syndrome is a DSD that can only affect females. This exact argument was made by expert witness Dr. Greta Bauer in the hearing of a Canadian nurse on trial in British Columbia for allegedly transphobic beliefs, one of which is the belief that there are only two sexes. The executive committee voted to hold an additional meeting on Nov 14 to continue the debate, according to WOWK 13 News. Moving overseas… https://www.foxnews.com/world/us-south-korea-threaten-end-kim-regime-north-korea-uses-nuclear-weapon US, South Korea threaten to 'end' Kim regime if North Korea uses nuclear weapon The U.S. and South Korea issued a joint warning to North Korea on Thursday, warning that any use of nuclear weapons would result in the end of Kim Jong Un's regime. North Korea fired an unprecedented 23 missiles in a single day on Wednesday amid extensive joint air force exercises between the U.S. and South Korea. Kim's regime has made veiled threats about nuclear weapons in recent days as well. "Any nuclear attack against the United States or its allies and partners, including the use of non-strategic nuclear weapons, is unacceptable and will result in the end of the Kim regime," South Korean Defense Minister Jong-Sup Lee said Thursday, in a joint news conference with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. The U.S. and South Korean militaries announced an extension to a joint air force exercise earlier on Thursday. The move came in response to North Korea launching an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and two short-range missiles after Wednesday's barrage. South Korean media reported that officials believe the North's ICBM failed in flight but did not elaborate. Meanwhile, North Korea's two short-range ballistic missiles fell into the sea to its east. Japan initially sounded alarms after tracking suggested the ICBM would fly over the island nation, but officials later said they lost track of it mid-flight, according to Reuters. North Korea has grown increasingly aggressive since the U.S. and South Korea began joint military exercises in September. The country also flew 12 warplanes near the South Korean border in early October. The sortie included eight fighter jets and four bombers. South Korea responded with a flight of 30 warplanes, but the two groups did not engage. The U.S. and South Korea's joint air force exercise, Operation Vigilant Storm, was scheduled to end Friday but will now extend into the weekend following North Korea's launches. South Korea had a failed missile launch of its own in October. The malfunction came as the U.S., South Korea and Japan were seeking to send a message to the North Korean regime after it sent its own ballistic missile flying over the island of Japan. U.S. military officials clarified that the warhead on South Korea's missile did not explode, but the propellant caused a large blast and flames. No injuries were reported from the incident, civilian or otherwise, and South Korean officials say no buildings were damaged. Redballoon Not so long ago, the American dream was alive and well. Employees who worked hard were rewarded, and employers looked for people who could do the job, not for people who had the right political views. RedBalloon.work is a job site designed to get us back to what made American businesses successful: free speech, hard work, and having fun. If you are a free speech employer who wants to hire employees who focus on their work and not identity politics, then post a job on RedBalloon. If you are an employee who is being censored at work or is being forced to comply with the current zeitgeist, post your resume on RedBalloon and look for a new job. redballoon.work, the job site where free speech is still alive! www.redballoon.work Now y’all know what time it is… my favorite topic, sports!!! https://nypost.com/2022/11/01/philly-restaurants-refused-to-serve-astros-before-game-3/ Loyalty is Philly Special. The World Series intensity in the City of Brotherly Love was amplified when two local businesses refused to feed the Astros ahead of Game 3 on Tuesday. Angelo’s Pizzeria in South Philadelphia, an institution in the city, refused to provide catering for the visitors. “If you think I’d cook for the Astros, you’re out of your mind,” a man said in a video posted to the eatery’s Instagram account. “We said no to them.” The Astros didn’t have much luck at Mike’s BBQ, either. The restaurant posted a text exchange with the team that didn’t seem to get very far. While Houston is widely loathed by a number of fanbases across MLB — and at least one Phillies player on the roster — the treatment might not have anything to do with the franchise’s recent history of cheating. It seems more likely it’s just a good old fashion dose of Philly hospitality. The Astros didn’t get any reprieve on the field as the Phillies routed them 7-0 in Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead after Tuesday’s game was postponed due to rain. The Phillies crushed five homers with Bryce Harper getting the festivities started with a two-run blast in the first inning. The Phillies are now 6-0 this postseason at Citizens Bank Park. “A lot of really good hitters in the lineup,” said third baseman Alec Bohm, who added a solo shot to leadoff the second inning against Astros starter Lance McCullers Jr. Games 4 and 5 are in Philadelphia on Wednesday and Thursday night as the Astros look to fight back in series — and find a place that will serve them food. Now, we go from pettiness, to a genuinely disturbing story… https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/11/four-players-suspended-after-brawl-breaks-out-after-msu-vs-michigan-game/ Four Players Suspended After Brawl Breaks Out After MSU Vs. Michigan Game An altercation broke out between players following the Michigan-Michigan State game on Saturday. A crowd of Michigan State Spartans appeared to be attacking Michigan players in the tunnel following the in-state rivalry game. Michigan AD Ward Manuel said Michigan’s postgame fight is being reviewed by law enforcement. University of Michigan Police Assistant Chief Melissa Overton said the investigation is ongoing, working in conjunction with the Michigan State Police and Michigan’s athletics and football programs. Spartans head coach Mel Tucker said Michigan is working with law enforcement, the Michigan campus leadership, and the Big Ten Conference to assess what happened, including identifying additional players involved and contributing factors in the altercation. Tucker added that the suspensions will stay in place until the investigation, which includes law enforcement, Big Ten, and Michigan, is completed. As a result, Mel Tucker suspended Four Michigan State players – Tank Brown, Khary Crump, Angelo Gore, and Zion Young, saying that decisions were made based on video evidence from the incident. Neither Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh nor Manuel would disclose on Saturday which Wolverines were involved in the altercation, although Harbaugh said two players were involved – one, he said, suffered a nasal injury. In the immediate aftermath on Saturday evening, MSU coach Mel Tucker said at his postgame news conference that he was not aware of any altercations after the game between the Michigan players inside the Michigan Stadiums tunnel and that a fact-finding process was underway. The suspensions were ordered after school officials reviewed video of Saturday’s 29-7 loss to host team Michigan in Ann Arbor and discovered the four were part of a group of teammates surrounding a rival, Michigan coach Mel Tucker said in a statement. The incident comes amidst a frustrating season for the Spartans. The 29-7 loss to Michigan puts Michigan State at 3-5 overall and 1-4 within their conference, last in the East division. With games looming against #14 Illinois and $16 Penn State, MSU is in real danger of not reaching bowl eligibility. A result that would add further embarrassment to a proud program. Here’s my take… those players who jumped the Michigan players, should be expelled from Michigan State, and should never put the pads on again… what an absolute disgrace.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Friday, November 4th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 22:50


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily NewsBrief for Friday, November 4th, 2022. It’s Friday everyone! We made it! Seeing as it’s Friday, let’s go ahead and start with a little trip down memory lane… with on this day in history! On this day in history… November 4th: 1841 First wagon train arrives in California 1845 First nationally observed uniform election day in the United States, the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1862 American inventor Richard Jordan Gatling patents the hand cranked Gatling machine gun in Indianapolis 1879 African American inventor Thomas Elkins patents the Refrigerating Apparatus 1922 Howard Carter discovers the intact tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun in Egypt 2008 Barack Obama becomes the first African-American to be elected President of the United States, defeating Republican candidate John McCain Famous Birthdays: Walter Cronkite, Matthew McConaughey, P Diddy And that, was on this day in history for November 4th! Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.theepochtimes.com/new-forecast-predicts-republicans-will-have-a-good-night-on-tuesday_4839469.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Republicans are projected to have a good night on Nov. 8 in the Senate, according to a new forecast released Thursday. The model from RealClearPolitics shows that the GOP will control the Senate with 54 seats, as compared to Democrats’ 46 seats. It predicted that Republicans will now likely take seats in Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire. It comes as recent polls signaled that Americans are increasingly dissatisfied with the direction the United States is heading. One from Gallup found that 17 percent of respondents said they’re satisfied with where the country is going, which is the worst of any midterm since at least 1982, according to the pollster. Meanwhile, decades-high inflation appears to remain the top issue for many voters. A poll from Quinnipiac released Wednesday found that 36 percent of voters view inflation as the top issue, which far outpaces the No. 2 choice, abortion, which garnered 10 percent. Republicans have targeted the Biden administration and Democratic policies as a primary cause of decades-high inflation. They’ve also said that polices around oil drilling and COVID-19 lockdowns have harmed the U.S. economy and that Democrats are to blame. In that poll, 34 percent said that they believe President Joe Biden is handling the economy well, whereas 61 percent said he isn’t. Biden and members of his party have focused on abortion following the Supreme Court’s historic reversal of Roe v. Wade over the summer as well as accusing Republicans and supporters of former President Donald Trump of being extremists who will undermine U.S. institutions. On Wednesday evening, Biden continued that trend and attempted to tie the alleged attack targeting Paul Pelosi to claims that the 2020 election was stolen. The suspect in that incident last week, David DePape, was known to be involved in far left-wing circles and reportedly had a history of mental illness. Several polling analysts on Wednesday told The Epoch Times that polls—even those that show Republicans pulling slightly ahead of Democrat candidates—could suffer from a “bandwagon effect.” Poll results from FiveThirtyEight, RealClearPolitics, and others like The New York Times have frequently favored Democrats in Senate and gubernatorial races. But Lonny Leitner, vice president of the government affairs firm LS2 Group, said that many polls don’t sample enough people. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2022/11/01/kari-lake-takes-another-blowtorch-to-the-media-over-hobbs-hq-break-in-n2615240 Kari Lake Torches the Media: You Idiots Will Fall for Anything Arizona secretary of state and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs is desperate. Her Hail Mary throw in the waning days of the 2022 cycle was akin to some pathetic exercise to remind voters there’s a Democrat on the ballot. Last week, there was a break-in at her campaign headquarters where Hobbs, without evidence, accused Republican opponent Kari Lake of inspiring the burglary. The media ran with it, but Lake is just too good at slapping down narratives. For example, when Lake was recently asked about being an "election denier," she shut it down by sharing statements dating back to 2000 from a slew of high-profile Democrats who questioned our elections where Republicans won. With Hobbs hiding in the bunker, even refusing to take questions about the break-in, Lake trots out there and torches the media over how their narrative about this event aged like milk. The culprit who broke into Hobbs’ campaign office was arrested, and there’s no evidence that the attack was politically motivated She knows how to counterpunch, especially on the narratives where the liberal media can mount no defense because they’re wrong. There are no shades of gray or nuance—nothing politically motivated about the Hobbs campaign office incident. https://twitter.com/i/status/1585770475111579649 - Play Video She doubled down her attack on the press: https://twitter.com/i/status/1585777715906457600 - Play Video I wouldn’t be asking a question that’s for sure… Lake has been making the most of her free media opportunities, leading to an impressive poll surge. Recent surveys have Lake ahead, including liberal polls—Data for Progress has her leading Hobbs by four points. Most attempts to smear Lake as a crank have been mitigated by her two-decade career as a television journalist; Arizona voters are familiar with Lake. Hobbs’ antics could have been avoided if she had just agreed to debate Lake, but it’s too late for that, and the Arizona Democrat most likely would have been eviscerated on the stage. Democrats, you nominated an atrocious candidate for whatever reason, and now you can’t do much with her. From Arizona to Ohio we go… https://humanevents.com/2022/11/03/ohio-education-board-vp-insists-biological-sex-is-not-a-scientific-fact?utm_campaign=64487 Ohio Education Board VP Insists Biological Sex Is Not a 'Scientific Fact' The vice president of the Ohio State Board of Education does not know what the definition of biological sex is, and does not think it is a scientific fact to say that there is just one definition. Martha Manchester, who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and has served on the State Board since Jan 2017, made the comments at an executive committee meeting convened to debate a resolution that seeks to reject Biden’s proposed Title IX change adding gender identity as a protected characteristic alongside sex. The resolution, titled “Resolution to support parents, schools, and districts in rejecting harmful, coercive, and burdensome gender identity policies and to protect federal funding subject to Title IX” was introduced in September by board member Brandon Shea. It argues that “sex is not arbitrarily ‘assigned at birth’ but rather identifies an unchangeable fact” and suggests that the Title IX change would “require that K-12 schools socially transition minor children to a different gender without requiring parental consent.” A video clip of the vice president’s confusion during the debate about the most fundamental fact of human existence was shared on Twitter by child-safeguarding advocate Chris Elston. https://twitter.com/i/status/1587901632955961344 - Play Video Manchester’s confusion about such a basic fact of biology evidently stems from gender identity ideology pushing the idea that sex is complicated and impossible to define. Google “What is biological sex?” and the first page of hits contains a baffling array of articles about how sex is complex and there are more than two sexes. On the top spot is Planned Parenthood, telling readers that the term biological sex “doesn’t fully capture the complex biological, anatomical, and chromosomal variations that can occur. Having only two options (biological male or biological female) might not describe what’s going on inside a person’s body.” In an article titled The Myth of Biological sex, Forbes informs readers that “there is no one parameter that makes a person biologically male or female.” That is simply not true. Sex is defined by which gamete type the reproductive system developed to produce. Males have the reproductive capacity to produce small gametes (sperm), and females have the reproductive capacity to produce large gametes (eggs). In an effort to push the idea that the categories of male and female are blurry or don’t exist and that therefore males can be women if they say so, a favorite tactic of trans activists is to use people who are born with Disorders of Sex Development (DSDs) as pawns in their linguistic game. Activists will point to people born with X0 Turner syndrome for example and suggest that these individuals are neither male nor female, ignoring the fact that Turner syndrome is a DSD that can only affect females. This exact argument was made by expert witness Dr. Greta Bauer in the hearing of a Canadian nurse on trial in British Columbia for allegedly transphobic beliefs, one of which is the belief that there are only two sexes. The executive committee voted to hold an additional meeting on Nov 14 to continue the debate, according to WOWK 13 News. Moving overseas… https://www.foxnews.com/world/us-south-korea-threaten-end-kim-regime-north-korea-uses-nuclear-weapon US, South Korea threaten to 'end' Kim regime if North Korea uses nuclear weapon The U.S. and South Korea issued a joint warning to North Korea on Thursday, warning that any use of nuclear weapons would result in the end of Kim Jong Un's regime. North Korea fired an unprecedented 23 missiles in a single day on Wednesday amid extensive joint air force exercises between the U.S. and South Korea. Kim's regime has made veiled threats about nuclear weapons in recent days as well. "Any nuclear attack against the United States or its allies and partners, including the use of non-strategic nuclear weapons, is unacceptable and will result in the end of the Kim regime," South Korean Defense Minister Jong-Sup Lee said Thursday, in a joint news conference with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. The U.S. and South Korean militaries announced an extension to a joint air force exercise earlier on Thursday. The move came in response to North Korea launching an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and two short-range missiles after Wednesday's barrage. South Korean media reported that officials believe the North's ICBM failed in flight but did not elaborate. Meanwhile, North Korea's two short-range ballistic missiles fell into the sea to its east. Japan initially sounded alarms after tracking suggested the ICBM would fly over the island nation, but officials later said they lost track of it mid-flight, according to Reuters. North Korea has grown increasingly aggressive since the U.S. and South Korea began joint military exercises in September. The country also flew 12 warplanes near the South Korean border in early October. The sortie included eight fighter jets and four bombers. South Korea responded with a flight of 30 warplanes, but the two groups did not engage. The U.S. and South Korea's joint air force exercise, Operation Vigilant Storm, was scheduled to end Friday but will now extend into the weekend following North Korea's launches. South Korea had a failed missile launch of its own in October. The malfunction came as the U.S., South Korea and Japan were seeking to send a message to the North Korean regime after it sent its own ballistic missile flying over the island of Japan. U.S. military officials clarified that the warhead on South Korea's missile did not explode, but the propellant caused a large blast and flames. No injuries were reported from the incident, civilian or otherwise, and South Korean officials say no buildings were damaged. Redballoon Not so long ago, the American dream was alive and well. Employees who worked hard were rewarded, and employers looked for people who could do the job, not for people who had the right political views. RedBalloon.work is a job site designed to get us back to what made American businesses successful: free speech, hard work, and having fun. If you are a free speech employer who wants to hire employees who focus on their work and not identity politics, then post a job on RedBalloon. If you are an employee who is being censored at work or is being forced to comply with the current zeitgeist, post your resume on RedBalloon and look for a new job. redballoon.work, the job site where free speech is still alive! www.redballoon.work Now y’all know what time it is… my favorite topic, sports!!! https://nypost.com/2022/11/01/philly-restaurants-refused-to-serve-astros-before-game-3/ Loyalty is Philly Special. The World Series intensity in the City of Brotherly Love was amplified when two local businesses refused to feed the Astros ahead of Game 3 on Tuesday. Angelo’s Pizzeria in South Philadelphia, an institution in the city, refused to provide catering for the visitors. “If you think I’d cook for the Astros, you’re out of your mind,” a man said in a video posted to the eatery’s Instagram account. “We said no to them.” The Astros didn’t have much luck at Mike’s BBQ, either. The restaurant posted a text exchange with the team that didn’t seem to get very far. While Houston is widely loathed by a number of fanbases across MLB — and at least one Phillies player on the roster — the treatment might not have anything to do with the franchise’s recent history of cheating. It seems more likely it’s just a good old fashion dose of Philly hospitality. The Astros didn’t get any reprieve on the field as the Phillies routed them 7-0 in Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead after Tuesday’s game was postponed due to rain. The Phillies crushed five homers with Bryce Harper getting the festivities started with a two-run blast in the first inning. The Phillies are now 6-0 this postseason at Citizens Bank Park. “A lot of really good hitters in the lineup,” said third baseman Alec Bohm, who added a solo shot to leadoff the second inning against Astros starter Lance McCullers Jr. Games 4 and 5 are in Philadelphia on Wednesday and Thursday night as the Astros look to fight back in series — and find a place that will serve them food. Now, we go from pettiness, to a genuinely disturbing story… https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/11/four-players-suspended-after-brawl-breaks-out-after-msu-vs-michigan-game/ Four Players Suspended After Brawl Breaks Out After MSU Vs. Michigan Game An altercation broke out between players following the Michigan-Michigan State game on Saturday. A crowd of Michigan State Spartans appeared to be attacking Michigan players in the tunnel following the in-state rivalry game. Michigan AD Ward Manuel said Michigan’s postgame fight is being reviewed by law enforcement. University of Michigan Police Assistant Chief Melissa Overton said the investigation is ongoing, working in conjunction with the Michigan State Police and Michigan’s athletics and football programs. Spartans head coach Mel Tucker said Michigan is working with law enforcement, the Michigan campus leadership, and the Big Ten Conference to assess what happened, including identifying additional players involved and contributing factors in the altercation. Tucker added that the suspensions will stay in place until the investigation, which includes law enforcement, Big Ten, and Michigan, is completed. As a result, Mel Tucker suspended Four Michigan State players – Tank Brown, Khary Crump, Angelo Gore, and Zion Young, saying that decisions were made based on video evidence from the incident. Neither Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh nor Manuel would disclose on Saturday which Wolverines were involved in the altercation, although Harbaugh said two players were involved – one, he said, suffered a nasal injury. In the immediate aftermath on Saturday evening, MSU coach Mel Tucker said at his postgame news conference that he was not aware of any altercations after the game between the Michigan players inside the Michigan Stadiums tunnel and that a fact-finding process was underway. The suspensions were ordered after school officials reviewed video of Saturday’s 29-7 loss to host team Michigan in Ann Arbor and discovered the four were part of a group of teammates surrounding a rival, Michigan coach Mel Tucker said in a statement. The incident comes amidst a frustrating season for the Spartans. The 29-7 loss to Michigan puts Michigan State at 3-5 overall and 1-4 within their conference, last in the East division. With games looming against #14 Illinois and $16 Penn State, MSU is in real danger of not reaching bowl eligibility. A result that would add further embarrassment to a proud program. Here’s my take… those players who jumped the Michigan players, should be expelled from Michigan State, and should never put the pads on again… what an absolute disgrace.

USCHO Weekend Review
Epic weekend at Minnesota, big sweeps for St. Cloud, Wisconsin, Denver: Season 5 Episode 5

USCHO Weekend Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 37:23 Very Popular


Hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly), Derek Schooley (@derekschooley), and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) look at the games of the past weekend and the news of the week.This podcast is sponsored by DCU – Digital Federal Credit Union – at dcu.orgTopics include:• Epic weekend series in Minnesota between the Gophers and North Dakota• St. Cloud State improves to 6-0-0 with a two-game sweep of Minnesota State• Denver sweeps Providence in regulation and OT• Wisconsin sweeps Minnesota Duluth as Bulldogs lose four straight• Big upset in Orono as Maine shocks Quinnipiac on Saturday night, 4-0• Ivies will get underway this weekend• Having video is great, but what about a package for all of college hockey?• COVID is still quietly lingering in the background

The Course Of Life
Rickie Fowler is Back and Cailyn Henderson

The Course Of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 53:00


All the way over in Japan the PGA Tour raced back to 2015 as Rickie Fowler and Keagan Bradley battled it out for the ZOZO Championship. Leading after 54 holes, Rickie fell back and allowed Keagan to notch his first victory of the year after knocking at the door for awhile. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell debate whose really back: Rickie or Keagan (1:54). The LPGA now heads to Asia after having the week off for the BMW Ladies Championship in Korea (5:40). The Senior PGA Club Professional Championship was held this past weekend at Twin Warriors Golf Club in Santa Ana, NM, where Alex and Michael enjoyed the beautiful Sandia Mountains just a couple months ago (6:10). The Champions Tour saw an amazing round for the ages out of Fred Couples, whose 60 propelled him to his first win in five years (7:29). LIV Golf was in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia this past weekend, where it appeared that literally nobody turned out to watch (8:59). The weekend the PGA Tour heads to the new home of the CJ Cup, Ridgeland, SC and Congaree Golf Club, where Rory McIlroy could claim the #1 golfer in the world crown (10:58). In Tuned In, Michael was able to enjoy the calmness and magnificence of nature, while Alex is super excited for the newest golf biopic movie to be announced (13:07). This week's guest is Cailyn Henderson, a newly turned pro-golfer, former Amateur Champ, and content creator known for her "Worship Wednesdays." Cailyn chats with Alex about her golf journey, being a part of the NCAA Championship broadcast team, and how faith plays an important role in her game and life (16:37). The College Football world was rocked this past weekend, mostly in Knoxville, TN, where the victorious Volunteers carried the goalposts out of the stadium and tossed it into the Tennessee River (39:52). On the pro side of the ball, Alex's Patriots are now knee deep in a QB controversy, while Michael's Giants just keep finding ways to win football games (42:49). At time of recording, Michael's Yankees still had one more game to play in the MLB Postseason, but Alex is feeling it's going to be an AL World Series Champ no matter what after the top seeds fall in the NL (46:46). Michael gives us an Quinnipiac alma-mater update, including a big weekend in North Dakota for the men's hockey team, and a big rise in the national poll (47:44). As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Alex is enjoying his Illinois trip of Italian beef, square cut pizza, and wedding food, while Michael is wondering just how many times is too many times to eat out when staying at home (48:49).

USCHO Weekend Review
Down goes No. 1, other top teams – plus why is scoring up? Season 5 Episode 4

USCHO Weekend Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 36:46 Very Popular


Hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly), Derek Schooley (@derekschooley), and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) look at the games of the past weekend and the news of the week.This podcast is sponsored by DCU – Digital Federal Credit Union – at dcu.orgTopics include:• Down goes No. 1 twice as No. 13 UMass sweeps Denver• No. 5 Minnesota State sweeps No. 4 Minnesota Duluth• No. 8 Quinnipiac earns road tie and win over No. 3 North Dakota• No. 6 Michigan dominated No. 9 BU on Friday, 9-2, but Terriers enact revenge on Sundayf• No. 17 Connecticut gets a tie and win with No. 11 Ohio State • Arizona State gets a 2-0 win over Colgate to open The Mullett• Lindenwood rallied from 6-2 down for 7-6 win over Air Force in first home game• Is scoring increasing significantly in college hockey or is this just an early-season aberration as teams work off some rust?• Great attendance numbers around D-I hockey on Saturday

The Rink Live
Recapping a Turbulent Week of College Hockey, Previewing North Dakota-Minnesota + More Big Series Ahead

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 35:31


The Rink Live's Kirsten Krull, Mick Hatten, Matt Wellens, Jess Myers, and Brad Schlossman meet to catch up on the opening of college hockey action. Hatten recaps St. Cloud State's sweep at Wisconsin and women's series between Huskies and Badgers Wellens reviews the series sweep for the Minnesota State men over visiting Minnesota Duluth. Schlossman takes a look back at the tie and loss for North Dakota at home against Quinnipiac. Myers and Schlossman also preview this weekend's series with the Fighting Hawks playing at Minnesota. Wellens previews the Wisconsin at UMD men's series and the Minnesota Duluth at Ohio State women's series. Hatten previews the Minnesota State at SCSU men's series and he and Myers preview the home-and-home series between St. Cloud State and Minnesota in the WCHA.   For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.

Living Well While Living Online
Living Life to the Fullest with Dr. Hayley Winchel

Living Well While Living Online

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 50:50


Meet Dr. Hayley Winchel, a QU Alumni who lives and breathes health and fitness! During her time at Quinnipiac, she taught group fitness classes and was president of the nutrition club. Today, she remains an avid weightlifter, hot yogi and hiker. As a college student, Hayley looked at her passion for health and fitness and love for science and decided to put them together to pursue a degree in Chiropractic medicine. Choosing a path in healthcare has been unique and challenging but even more fulfilling than she could have ever imagined. Dr. Winchel feels blessed to use her passion to help make a positive impact on people's lives. Helping people to feel their best takes time and energy which can sometimes leave you feeling depleted. When moments like this creep in, Hayley has found that taking time to look within, and reflect on her strengths allows her to recharge and continue to show up as her authentic self, to be present and to shine. Dr. Hayley Winchel is taking it day by day like most of us, with the goal of living life to the fullest. To follow Dr. Winchel: www.phclinics.com or @drhayleywinchel on Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Grand Forks Herald Minute
UND Hockey Preview vs Quinnipiac | Oct. 14, 2022

Grand Forks Herald Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 12:50


The Herald's Brad Schlossman sits down to preview UND hockey's second series of the year against Quinnipiac. After sweeping Holy Cross and checking off a lot of boxes, the Hawks start a very tough stretch of games in this top 10 matchup. Topics discussed include Gavin Hain's start to the year, what makes Quinnipiac so good, and a look around the NCHC.    LINKS:  UND Hockey Central -- https://www.grandforksherald.com/undhockey Inside the NCHC -- https://www.grandforksherald.com/sports/und-hockey/inside-the-nchc-teams-are-seeing-what-theyve-got-in-net Jake Sanderson's NHL debut -- https://www.grandforksherald.com/sports/und-hockey/jake-sanderson-makes-nhl-debut-for-ottawa-senators   You can catch UND Gameday Previews online at grandforksherald.com, on YouTube @Grand Forks Herald, on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you choose to get your podcasts.

USCHO Game of the Week
Looking at some surprisingly large underdogs and a complete toss-up: Season 1 Episode 2

USCHO Game of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 30:20


USCHO Edge hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly) and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) analyze five games among top 20 teams, looking at money lines and over/under as well as giving an in-depth look at the matchups. Jim also explains in this episode how and why money lines shift leading up to the weekend.This week's games:• No. 1 Denver at No. 13 Massachusetts• No. 9 Boston University at No. 6 Michigan• No. 11 Ohio State at No. 17 Connecticut• No. 8 Quinnipiac at No. 3 North Dakota• No. 4 Minnesota Duluth at No. 5 Minnesota StateThis podcast is sponsored by DCU Federal Credit Union at DCU.org

Political Rewind
Political Rewind: Looking at issues voters care about; Quinnipiac poll says Abrams and Kemp are tied

Political Rewind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 39:11


Thursday on Political Rewind: Our panel looks at polled responses in yesterday's poll from GPB News, the AJC, and the Georgia News Collaborative. Voters were asked about a variety of hot-button issues. Plus, a new poll from Quinnipiac says the governor's race is too close to call. The panel Leroy Chapman, @AJCLeroyChapman, managing editor, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Kurt Young, @kurtbyoung, political science professor, Clark Atlanta University Leo Smith, @leosmithtweets, GOP political consultant & CEO, Engaged Futures Timestamps 0:00 - Introduction 3:00 - Breaking down the issues that Georgia voters indicate are most important. 18:00 - Voters say they're struggling with inflation and the economy. 26:00 - The poll asked Georgians if they would invite friends and family to move to the state. We're in the middle of our Fall Radio Fund Drive. Visit www.gpb.org to support Political Rewind with a donation.

3 Martini Lunch
Inflation Sticking Around, The Media's Fetterman Facade, Questionable Quinnipiac Polls

3 Martini Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 23:16 Very Popular


Join Jim and Greg as they wince over the larger-than-expected jump in the Producer Price Index in September and brace for the consumer inflation numbers tomorrow. They also discuss Jim's in-depth reporting on Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman and the media that have coddled him for many years. And they shake their heads as the Quinnipiac Poll, which was spectacularly wrong at times in 2020, shows not only Sen. Warnock growing his lead over Herschel Walker but Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams in an alleged dead heat in the governor's race.

UnCOMMon Grounds
Reinett Chefu tells us how she came from from Zimbabwe to Quinnipiac

UnCOMMon Grounds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 23:43


Dean Chris Roush interviews Reinett Chefu, a Film Television and Media Arts student at Quinnipiac University. Reinett joins the show to tell us about her journey from Zimbabwe all the way to Quinnipiac. UnCOMMon Grounds is hosted by Chris Roush, the Dean of the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University, produced by Santino Maione, and is a product of the Quinnipiac University Podcast Studio. To learn more about your ad choices, visit https://megaphone.spotify.com/about-advertisements Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Three Martini Lunch: Inflation Sticking Around, The Media’s Fetterman Facade, Questionable Quinnipiac Polls

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022


Join Jim and Greg as they wince over the larger-than-expected jump in the Producer Price Index in September and brace for the consumer inflation numbers tomorrow. They also discuss Jim’s in-depth reporting on Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman and the media that have coddled him for many years. And they shake their heads as the […]

The Rink Live
Recapping Minnesota-Minnesota State Split, UND Sweep of Holy Cross, Reporter Questions

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 24:20


The Rink Live's Kirsten Krull, Mick Hatten, Matt Wellens, Jess Myers, and Brad Schlossman meet to catch up on the opening of college hockey action. Myers recaps the top-5 matchup between Minnesota State and Minnesota. Wellens previews the Mavericks vs. Minnesota Duluth. Schlossman talks about North Dakota opening in impressive fashion against Holy Cross and previews the series against Quinnipiac. Hatten recaps the weekend for the rest of the NCHC and previews St. Cloud State at Wisconsin. The question of the week is which veteran player on the team(s) you cover do they need to keep healthy?   For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.

USCHO Game of the Week
Introducing USCHO Edge with a look at favorites and money lines among top 20 teams: Season 1 Episode 1

USCHO Game of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 28:07


The debut of USCHO Edge with Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly) and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) is an evolution of our Game of the Week podcast. We'll select five games among top 20 teams and look at money lines and over/under as well as giving an in-depth look at the matchups. This week's games:• No. 11 Notre Dame at No. 1 Denver • No. 5 Minnesota State at No. 2 Minnesota• No. 6 Quinnipiac at Boston College• Miami at No. 15 UMass Lowell• Wisconsin at No. 14 Ohio State

The Course Of Life
Mississippi Playoff and Carlos Benavidez

The Course Of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 55:55


Mackenzie Hughes got to work after being left out of the Presidents Cup, notching a playoff victory at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell ponder what could have been if the consistent Canadian had been on the International team, and shower praise on former guest Taylor Montgomery for yet another top-10 finish (1:44). The Ascendant LPGA also featured a playoff, and the return to the winner's circle for Englishwoman Charley Hull (6:22). Past guest Hannah Gregg made an epic ace while playing her final round on the Women's All Pro Tour, and Alex is awfully bitter about it (7:31). We all got a fake-out this week after Patrick Reed pulled his lawsuit against The Golf Channel, only to refile and add a whole bunch of names to the list (8:57). Alex is getting ready for the East Side Mini Open this Saturday, including now being a "celebrity" judge for the Austin event (11:37). The PGA Tour rolls into Las Vegas for the Shriners Children's Open, where podcast favorite and local Taylor Montgomery is poised to finish his breakout start to his PGA Tour career (13:28). In Tuned In, Michael was bracing for Hurricane Ian that skipped over him, but was still paying close attention to a devastating storm. Alex, meanwhile, got out and saw Don't Worry Darlin, and shares his quick review of the now infamous film (14:44). This week's guest is Carlos Benavidez, better known as Beautiful Life Golf on instagram. Carlos chats with Alex about how he helps golfers find calm on the golf course, and shares some tips on what to do to improve your mental game (18:25). Alex's college football picks remain red hot, and he shares why everyone should be paying attention to his money making bets (44:15). On the professional side of the ball, Alex's Patriots continue to spiral downwards, while Michael's Giants are somehow hanging on to a winning record (45:56). Major League Baseball is headed to the Postseason, and Alex helps Michael predict the Yankees chances of winning the World Series (48:56). College hockey season is starting to get into full swing, and the guy's alma mater, Quinnipiac, continues their winning ways in the early season (51:47). As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Alex is enjoying the tailgating classics at a Texas Longhorns game, while Michael is making the most of the weather and baking some homemade lunchbox treats (52:34). Listen + Love + Subscribe: http://bit.ly/3fdoQed  Part of the Morning Read Podcast Network: https://www.si.com/golf/podcasts/course-of-life Support the First Tee - Greater Austin: https://bit.ly/3n09U4I  Join us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2NpEIKJ  Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2QJhZLQ  Watch us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/3qvq4Dt 

Winners Only Podcast
Players to Watch in 2k23 Series - Mikala Morris

Winners Only Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 1:30


Quinnipiac's Mikala Morris is back to hit the boards! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Course Of Life
Presidents Cup Rout and the East Side Mini Open

The Course Of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 44:51


As has become automatic, the US team completed their rout of the Internationals in the Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell marvel at the American's great performance, and wonder if the future of the Cup is bright with the new young stars who made up the International squad (1:51). The LPGA had some fireworks of their own, including an eagle hole-out to force a playoff and a young repeat winner (7:02). The DP World Tour got going with their Q-School, and past guest Jhared Hack is poised to join the tour that travels all around Europe and beyond (8:44). The PGA Tour season continues in Mississippi with the Sanderson Farms Championship. While it may be a weak field, it means opportunities for the newest card-carrying members of the Tour (10:25). In Tuned In, Michael is glued to the newest season of Great British Bake Off, while Alex is laughing his way through the newest comedy special from one of his favorites, Andrew Shulz, while also navigating the car market after a horrible week for his 10-year old auto (11:29). This week's guest is Jeremy from the East Side Mini Open in Austin, TX. Jeremy chats with Alex about how the event came to be, its peculiar traditions, and the great food and drinks that will be available along the championship mini-golf course (14:09). Tennis saw the exit of another "Tiger Woods" like superstar as Roger Federer tearily exited the game this past week at the Laver Cup (33:55). In college football, Alex dominated with his picks, proving that sometimes you pick 'em good, and sometimes you don't (35:45). On the NFL side, Alex's picks were OK, but his Patriots are leaving Alex down-and-out for the rest of the season (37:01). Alex's woes didn't end with the Patriots, as Michael's Yankees completed a season-ending sweep of the Red Sox to round out the weekend (38:37). Fall is truly coming in hot as ice hockey starts to heat up, including the guy's alma mater Quinnipiac whose women's team has already started the season with a clean sweep of Maine (40:05). As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Alex is still reveling in pumpkin everything, while Michael is sipping mock-tails and enjoying a rooftop bar in Savannah (41:28). Listen + Love + Subscribe: http://bit.ly/3fdoQed  Part of the Morning Read Podcast Network: https://bit.ly/3aYT68Z Support the First Tee - Greater Austin: https://bit.ly/3n09U4I  Join us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2NpEIKJ  Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2QJhZLQ  Watch us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/3qvq4Dt 

The Athlete Brand Advisor Podcast
Former Quinnipiac Field Hockey Player Talks NIL and Networking

The Athlete Brand Advisor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 32:06


In this edition of the Athlete Brand Advisor podcast, we're talking with Erin Browne, former field hockey goalie at Quinnipiac University. Erin was standout goalie for the Bobcats from 2002-2006. During the episode she reflects on her time at Quinnipiac. She also talks about new opportunities for college athletes related to their name, imagine and likeness. Erin would have been the perfect person for NIL opportunities when we went to Quinnipiac together. She has an incredible personality and now has a wonderful family and successful career. Today, Erin is a Production Underwriter at AFM's based in Johnston, Rhode Island. As a successful professional, Erin shares the importance of networking and how it can help athletes to grow their personal brand. In this episode: How recruiting has changed since Erin applied to Quinnipiac What it was like to be the first college athlete to get recruited in her family Why it is important to standout as an athlete The importance of high school sports, club teams and camps The growth of the Quinnipiac field hockey program, including the turf fields and stadium complex Why it is important to meet more athletes at college to build your network The advice for today's student athletes about building a positive reputation Using your athlete brand and a networking tool and talking point The brand that Erin would have wanted to work with for NIL opportunities Erin also talks about the importance of networking and how it can help athletes to grow their personal brand. The people that Erin has relied on for advice in her career How Erin got involved in field hockey coaching The importance of preparing for life after sports Why it is important to be the best version of yourself Show links: Erin Browne on Linkedin Quinnipiac University Op-ed in the Portland Press Herald about United States Women's Soccer Team Pliable Mission E50 Becca Main, Quinnipiac Field Hockey Coach SEAAV Athletics Pliable athlete Catie Boudiette AFM OBO Field Hockey Equipment Women in Insurance Stow Acres Boston Marathon

Ray and Joe D.
Brian and Company w Rich Hanley 9-8-22

Ray and Joe D.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 9:22


Rich Hanley, Quinnipiac professor of journalism talks about techniques used by project veritas.

UnCOMMon Grounds
Nicholas Bussiere on his summer graphic design internship

UnCOMMon Grounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 20:02


Dean Chris Roush interviews Nicholas Boussiere, a interactive and graphic design student at Quinnipiac University. Nicholas discusses his graphic design internship, his work at the Quinnipiac help desk, and what led him to choose Quinnipiac University. UnCOMMon Grounds is hosted by Chris Roush, the Dean of the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University, produced by Santino Maione, and is a product of the Quinnipiac University Podcast Studio To learn more about your ad choices, visit https://megaphone.spotify.com/about-advertisements Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Speak Sex with Eve Eurydice
Ep 113 The Future of America: Matt Taibbi w Eve Eurydice on Griftopia, Plutocracy, Democracy At Risk

Speak Sex with Eve Eurydice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 56:16


Matt Taibbi speaks with Eve Eurydice about America's crises, now and past, and how crises upend trust in government as more citizens in different ways are learning the extremely painful lesson that all government is griftopia and we have nowhere to turn politically. We are watching the Breakup Of the American Empire happen as a Game of Musical Chairs played between the mainstream political parties fighting over the silent majority—the working class, the immigrant class, the middle class. ⚡️ We are at a time of reckoning. It's a nervous time in American history. A year from now we may be in a two-front war with two other world powers; a couple of wars that will feel not real because we are not being invaded and we don't live the trauma of war which cultivates pacifism. A Quinnipiac poll just showed that 66% of Americans believe that democracy may be coming to an end. America has scandal-mongering & warmongering instead of Governing—even with a Democratic President supported by the progressive wing. Whether it's the Tea party or AOC, Jan 6th or the FBI raid, the theater of politics & the theater of war keep us distracted. Superstructure is politics elections cultural wars grift. Substructure is the plutocracy (the minority in control of the means of production, the 3,000 people who own 85% of the economy, the 1% that controls 85% of the wealth and runs the country that runs the world). America has a winner takes all economy that keeps wealth in the hands of a tiny minority. The people in the minority may change but not the minority system. Ten years after Occupy Wall Street, the household debt in the US is $15.8 trillion, more than the US deficit even, and that's how are all beholden to this system. The Financialization of the Digital Network, the Monetization of Internet Technology, the growth of Crypto only accelerated the massive transfer of wealth to the few. The FED added $4.6 trillion to its balance sheet during the pandemic, hooking us deeper into the monetary feed. ⚡️Matt was an early critic of the big banks bailout under Obama & Bernanke. ⚡️Noam Chomsky just said that the US is tearing itself apart from within. The public hungers for objectivity as public trust in the media and institutions has been broken in our financialized digital era. What is the future of America? ⚡️ Matt Taibbi is a political author, journalist, podcaster, and a contributing editor for Rolling Stone. Matt publishes a popular newsletter on Substack at https://taibbi.substack.com/ ⚡️ For podcast, merch, art, go to https://Eurydice.net and https://SpeakwithEve.com For Apple podcast go to https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-sex-w-eve/id1448261953?uo=4 ☀️For videos, go to https://YouTube.com/SpeakSexwithEveEurydice

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST 09.02.22 - Biden Attacks Republicans in Speech

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 43:39


Hour 1 -  Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: President Joe Biden, the great unifier, spoke last night. Biden declared Donald Trump is a 'threat to the country' in a speech that contained his harshest rhetoric to date about his predecessor in the Oval Office and the MAGA movement. On the stage with Biden was two military members. Many noted how the military is supposed to be apolitical. What exactly is a 'threat to the country,' and an 'extremist?' White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said, "When you are not with what majority of Americans are, then you know, that is extreme. That is an extreme way of thinking." According to the most recent Quinnipiac poll, Biden's approval rating is hovering at 40%, up from his dismal 33% approval rating in July. So looking at the definition given by Jean-Pierre, does that make Biden supporters extremists? Pennsylvania Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman is refusing to debate Dr. Mehmet Oz, the Republican nominee, ahead of the general election for the seat in November, despite a comment he made in February insisting that debates were "an important part" of the Democratic primary for Senate.

The Schaftlein Report
The Schaftlein Report | Desperate Biden tries to Label GOP Fascist - It will backfire

The Schaftlein Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 35:30


Guest - Jeffrey Dunetz1) Biden the Divider. Media pushes anti MAGA narrative 2) Trump Special Master 3) No High end chip sales to China 4) UN to inspect Ukrainian nuclear plant 5) Abbott ships Illegals to Chicago. Liberals outraged 6) Crime surges in Blue cities and Biden claims Dems support police. No they don't 7). Afghan woman claims she is raped by Taliban official and she gets arrested 8) Mary Peltola wins special election in Alaska rank choice voting. 1 Democrat against 2 Republicans. The rematch is in 2 months. Palin should drop out so Republicans can win the seat 9) Green Energy policies are killing Europe as energy supplies dwindle while continent is in a 500 year drought 10) Major heat and drought in CA and west causes major stress on power grid as Newsome says do not charge EV's 11) Quinnipiac poll has Biden at 40% - 52% 55% of Independents say he is doing a bad job, 92% of Republicans say the same. 83% of Democrats approve up 11% in a month. Bien has spent 40% of his time away from the White House 12) Fetterman refuses to debate OZ in PA 13) Counter offensive in Ukraine is making progress as Russians retreat. Former Putin ally and head of Lukoil jumps out of 6th floor hospital window. Numerous former Putin allies and their families have been killed in mysterious ways 14) Biden quietly trying to revive iran nuclear deal.

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 美國相關時事趣聞 All about the United States

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 7:16


Topic: 74% of NYC Voters Say Crime Is a Serious Problem in the City, an All-Time High   As much as 74 percent of voters in New York City say crime is a very serious problem in the city, reaching the highest level since the topic was included in the Quinnipiac University Poll in 1999. 紐約市多達74%的選民表示,犯罪是該市一個非常嚴重的問題,這是自1999年昆尼皮亞克大學民意調查納入該主題以來的最高紀錄。 Crime ranks as the most urgent issue facing New York City, according to the survey. As much as 46 percent of respondents say crime is the most urgent issue facing the mega city making it the top issue while affordable housing and homelessness issues have 14 percent and 9 percent in favor, respectively. 根據這項調查,犯罪是紐約市面臨的最緊迫問題。多達46%的受訪者表示,犯罪是這座巨型城市面臨的最緊迫問題,使其成為首要問題,而負擔得起的住房和無家可歸問題,分別有14% 和9% 的受訪者表示認同。 Meanwhile, 43 percent of voters say New York City is less safe compared with other big cities, which is the highest level since the question was first asked by Quinnipiac in 2003. 與此同時,43%的選民表示,相較於其他大城市,紐約市更不安全,這是自2003年昆尼皮亞克大學提出這項問題以來的最高紀錄。   Next Article   Topic: 堪薩斯州女子在傳統鬆餅賽贏了英格蘭 Kansas woman wins traditional pancake race against England A woman from Liberal, Kansas, is this year's champion of the traditional Pancake Day Race against women in Olney, England. 一名來自堪薩斯州利伯勒爾的女性,在傳統「鬆餅日大賽」力抗英格蘭奧爾尼女子組,是今年的冠軍。 Whitney Hay won the U.S. leg of the race in Liberal on Tuesday with a time of 1:07. That beat Katie Godof of Olney, England, who ran her race in 1:10. 惠特尼.海伊週二以1分7秒的時間,在利伯勒爾舉行的美國賽程中獲勝。這擊敗了英格蘭奧爾尼的凱蒂.戈多夫,她以1分10秒完賽。 The race returned after a hiatus in 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. 這場比賽在2021年因武漢肺炎大流行喊卡之後重新回歸。 Contestants must carry a pancake in a frying pan and flip it at the beginning and end of the 380-meter race. The event began in Olney in the 15th century. In 1950, Liberal challenged Olney to an international competition. 參賽者必須在煎鍋中攜帶煎餅,並在380米比賽的開始和結束時翻轉。該事件始於15世紀的奧爾尼。1950年,Liberal鎮向奧爾尼鎮發起了國際競爭。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1504336 ; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1503943   Next Article   Topic: Oklahoma sixth-grader praised for heroism twice in one day   An Oklahoma sixth-grader was honored by law enforcement and school officials for his heroic actions not just once, but twice in the same day. 因為一天之內不僅一次,而是兩次的英勇行為,奧克拉荷馬州一名六年級學生受到執法單位與學校官員的表揚。 Earlier this month, Davyon Johnson used the Heimlich maneuver on a classmate who was choking on a bottle cap at his school in Muskogee. Later that same day, he helped a woman escape from a burning house, the Muskogee Phoenix reported. 馬斯科吉鳳凰報報導,本月稍早,戴維恩.強森在位於馬斯科吉的學校內使用哈姆立克法幫助一名被瓶蓋噎到的同學。當天稍後,他幫助一名婦女逃出起火的屋子。 Last week, Davyon was named an honorary member of the police and sheriff's departments at the Muskogee Board of Education meeting, the newspaper reported. 上週,戴維恩在馬斯科吉教育委員會會議上,被任命為警察與治安官部門的榮譽成員,據該報報導。 Principal Latricia Dawkins called Davyon a “dual hero” and said the recognition couldn't have happened to a better person. 校長拉翠夏.道金斯稱讚戴維恩是「雙重英雄」,並說此一褒揚不可能發生在更好的人身上。 Davyon's mother, LaToya Johnson, said she's not surprised he behaved the way he did. She said her brother, Wendell Johnson, is an emergency medical technician. 戴維恩的母親拉托雅.強森說,她對兒子的行為不感意外。她說,他的哥哥溫戴爾.強森,就是一位緊急醫療技術員。   Next Article   Topic: Why the Empire State Building, and New York, May Never Be the Same 為何帝國大廈與紐約市可能不再跟以前一樣   It once symbolized an urban way of working, and the city's resilience. In the pandemic's second year, the future of the world's most famous skyscraper is in doubt. 它一度象徵一種都會的工作方式與這座城市的韌性。值此疫情大流行第2年,這座全球最知名的摩天大樓的未來仍在未定之天。 The Empire State Building, like the city it inhabits, relies on a steady stream of tourists, thriving retail businesses and companies willing to lease its vast amount of office space. (美國紐約市)帝國大廈一如其所棲息的城市,仰賴穩定的觀光客流、興旺的零售業,以及願意租賃其大量辦公室空間的公司行號。 The coronavirus pandemic emptied out the attractions, shops and offices, in both the building and the city, for months. 但新冠病毒大流行清空這幢大樓與紐約市的觀光景點、商店與辦公室(的人潮)達數月之久。 Like other tourist attractions around New York City, the famous observatories on the Empire State Building's 86th and 102nd floors sat nearly empty for months. 一如紐約市各地其他的觀光景點,位於帝國大廈86樓與102樓的知名觀景台,已有數月幾乎空無一人。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1491796   Next Article   Topic: Biden's right-to-repair order is good news for people who always break their phones After years of petitions and proposals, momentum is building in government to give consumers broader rights to repair products they own ranging from farm tractors to mobile phones. 在多年的請願與提案後,政府正在推動給予消費者更大的權利去維修他們擁有的產品,範疇從農場的曳引機到手機。 The right-to-repair issue has brought farmers in league with electronic and computer enthusiasts, who for years have groused at the thought that they merely licensed software, didn't own it, and weren't able to modify it to their liking. 維修權問題讓農民與電子產品及電腦的愛好者結盟,他們多年來一直抱怨自己只獲授權使用軟體,並未擁有它,也無法根據自身喜好調整它。 In a press briefing yesterday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said President Joe Biden will issue an executive order directing the US Department of Agriculture to issue rules that "give farmers the right to repair their own equipment how they like." 在昨天的新聞發布會中,白宮新聞秘書珍.莎琪表示,拜登總統將發布一項行政命令,指示美國農業部發布規定,「賦予農民權利,隨他們的喜好修復自己擁有的設備」。 Biden will urge the Federal Trade Commission to press computer and electronics manufacturers and defense contractors to offer additional leeway in how their devices are repaired. 拜登還將敦促聯邦貿易委員會施壓電腦、電子產品製造商與國防承包商,在如何修復他們的裝置上提供更多餘地。   Next Article   Topic: One in five young adults is neither working nor studying in US 美國5名年輕成人就有1人沒在工作,也沒就學 Almost one in five young adults in the U.S. was neither working nor studying in the first quarter as Black and Hispanic youth remain idle at disproportionate rates. 今年第1季美國幾乎每5名年輕成年人中,就有1人沒在工作也沒在就學,非裔與西裔年輕人賦閒率更是不成比例。 In the first three months of the year, about 3.8 million Americans age 20 to 24 were not in employment, education or training, known as the NEET rate, the Center for Economic Policy and Research said in a report. That's up by 740,000, or 24%, from a year earlier. 「經濟政策與研究中心」在一份報告中說,今年前3個月,約380萬名20歲到24歲的人處於非就業、就學或接受培訓,即所謂「尼特」率,比一年前多出74萬人,或者24%。 Inactive youth is a worrying sign for the future of the economy. Further, high NEET rates may foster environments that are fertile for social unrest. 年輕人閒閒沒事做,是經濟前景一個令人擔心的徵兆。而且,高「啃老」率或許助長醞釀社會不安的環境。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1461413; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1464726  

Holyoke Media Podcasts
Síntesis informativa, 25 de agosto de 2022.

Holyoke Media Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 2:00


Holyoke Media, en asociación con WHMP radio, emiten diariamente la Síntesis informativa en español a través del 101.5 FM y en el 1240 / 1400 AM. Esta es la síntesis informativa del jueves 25 de agosto de 2022: - Un fallo federal de que la disforia de género está cubierta por la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades podría ayudar a bloquear los esfuerzos políticos conservadores para restringir el acceso a la atención de afirmación de género, dicen defensores y expertos. La semana pasada, un panel de la Corte de Apelaciones del 4° Circuito de EEUU se convirtió en la primera corte federal de apelaciones en el país en determinar que la histórica ley federal de 1990 protege a las personas transgénero que experimentan angustia y otros síntomas como resultado de la disparidad entre el sexo asignado y su identidad de género. El fallo podría convertirse en una herramienta poderosa para desafiar la legislación que restringe el acceso a la atención médica y otras adaptaciones para las personas transgénero, incluidos los beneficios laborales y gubernamentales, dijeron los defensores. El fallo es vinculante en los estados cubiertos por el Cuarto Circuito con sede en Richmond (Maryland, Carolina del Norte, Carolina del Sur, Virginia y Virginia Occidental), pero inevitablemente se citará en casos en otros estados, dijo Kevin Barry, profesor de derecho en la Universidad de Quinnipiac. . FUENTE: AP - Más de 40 millones de estadounidenses podrían ver reducida su deuda de préstamos estudiantiles y en muchos casos eliminada, bajo el tan esperado plan de condonación que anunció el presidente Joe Biden el miércoles, un movimiento histórico pero políticamente divisivo en el período previo a las elecciones de mitad de período. Cumpliendo una promesa de campaña, Biden está borrando $10,000 en deuda de préstamos estudiantiles federales para aquellos con ingresos inferiores a $125,000 al año u hogares que ganan menos de $250,000. Está cancelando $ 10,000 adicionales para aquellos que recibieron becas federales Pell para asistir a la universidad. Se ve como un intento sin precedentes de detener la ola de la deuda estudiantil en rápido aumento de Estados Unidos, pero no aborda el problema más amplio: el alto costo de la universidad. Los republicanos rápidamente denunciaron el plan como un insulto a los estadounidenses que han pagado su deuda y a los que no asistieron a la universidad. Los críticos de todo el espectro político también cuestionaron si Biden tiene autoridad para la medida y los desafíos legales son prácticamente seguros. Biden también extendió una pausa en los pagos de préstamos estudiantiles federales por lo que llamó el “tiempo final”. La pausa ahora está programada para durar hasta el final del año y los reembolsos se reiniciarán en enero. “Estas dos acciones dirigidas son para las familias que más lo necesitan: las personas de clase media y trabajadora se vieron especialmente afectadas durante la pandemia”, dijo Biden en la Casa Blanca el miércoles por la tarde. La cancelación se aplica a los préstamos estudiantiles federales utilizados para asistir a la escuela de pregrado y posgrado, junto con los préstamos Parent Plus. Los estudiantes universitarios actuales califican si sus préstamos se emitieron antes del 1 de julio. Para los estudiantes dependientes, el ingreso familiar de sus padres debe ser inferior a $250,000. La mayoría de las personas necesitarán solicitar el alivio. El Departamento de Educación tiene datos de ingresos para una pequeña parte de los prestatarios, pero la gran mayoría deberá demostrar sus ingresos a través de un proceso de solicitud. Los funcionarios dijeron que las solicitudes estarán disponibles antes de fin de año. FUENTE: AP

EdUp Legal - The Legal Education Podcast
68. Conversation with Jennifer Gerarda Brown, Dean of Quinnipiac University School of Law

EdUp Legal - The Legal Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 39:20


Welcome back to America's leading higher education law podcast, EdUp Legal - part of the EdUp Experience Podcast Network! In today's episode, we welcome Jennifer Gerarda Brown. She is Dean and Professor of Law of the Quinnipiac University School of Law, a position she has held since 2013. She has been on their faculty since 1994. Dean Brown shares with us her role when the pandemic hit and how she served as interim provost at Quinnipiac during this time. She got to see it all from the provost's office. Instead of dealing with the day-to-day, she dealt with everyone on the management committee of the University, an experience which informs some of her work in her dean role. She gives us an insight into what they are doing at Quinnipiac, such as a 24-hour retreat for students called Beginners Wisdom: Integrating Personal and Professional Values, an idea that came from students in the Fall of 2012. It is for all law students, and they invite staff and alumni. During this retreat, they meditate, talk about change, how people change in law school, and talk about isolation and loneliness. Dean Brown also tells us about the new 1L course at Quinnipiac to help address the professional identity formation requirements called Foundations of Practice, which is a course focused on how students sustain themselves during the first year of law school and how to set a good foundation for your legal education. Dean Brown also talks with us about the initiatives the Human Trafficking Prevention Program is undertaking with students playing a significant role. She shares her predictions for the upcoming decade, including what role distance education is likely to play, and maintaining a significant in person program, especially in the first year when students struggle the most. Thank you so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for your EdUp time! Connect with your host - Patty Roberts ● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment or rate us! ● Join the EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● Follow EdUp on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thanks for listening!

The College Basketball Experience
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Basketball Season Preview 2022-2023 (Ep. 176)

The College Basketball Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 32:03


The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down the Notre Dame roster and highlights what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. Can Mike Brey get the Fighting Irish back to the Big Dance in 2022-2023?   Offseason Changes OUTGOING 6'5 G Blake Wesley (San Antonio Spurs – 14 pts, 4 reb) 6'9 F Paul Atkinson Jr. (Graduated – 13 pts, 7 reb) 6'8 F Elijah Taylor (Transferred to Quinnipiac – 3 pts) INCOMING 6'3 G Marcus Hammond (Transfer from Niagara – 18 pts, 5 reb) 6'4 G JJ Starling (Ranked #21 from Baldwinsville, NY) 6'8 F Ven-Allen Lubin (Ranked #76 from (Orlando, FL) 6'8 C Dom Campbell (Ranked # 136 from Scarborough, ME) Projected Roster Starting 5 1 – 6'3 GR. Marcus Hammond (Transfer from Niagara – 18 pts, 5 reb) 2 – 6'5 GR. Cormac Ryan (9 pts, 5 reb) 3 – 6'5 GR. Trey Wertz (4 pts, 39% 3pt) 4 – 6'6 GR. Dane Goodwin (14 pts, 5 reb, 46% 3pt) 5 – 6'10 GR. Nate Laszewski (9 pts, 7 reb, 46% 3pt) Preseason Tournament Gotham Classic (November 16th – November 25th at Campus Sites) Play Southern Indiana on November 16th. Play Bowling Green on November 22nd. Play St. Bonaventure in Belmont Park, NY on November 25th. Rest of the Non-Conference Schedule: November 10th – Radford November 13th – Youngstown State November 18th – Lipscomb November 30th - Michigan State (ACC / Big Ten Challenge) December 7th - Boston U December 11th – Marquette December 18th - vs Georgia (Atlanta, GA) December 27th – Jacksonville   ===================================================== SGPN FREE SURVIVOR POOL - https://play.runyourpool.com/sgpn SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp | DAVE.com Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices