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The Common Man Progrum
Rosen Moving To Chicago? Common Man Progrum HOUR 3

The Common Man Progrum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 42:22


Common Man Progrum HOUR 3 --Rosen moving to Chicago? --Conference Championship Games --Wolves/Wild

Good Life Project
How to Thrive in a Rapidly-Changing Work World | Gabriella Rosen Kellerman

Good Life Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 61:02


How do you get through each day, let alone build a meaningful, connected and rewarding career when rapid-fire, constant change, groundlessness, unrelenting pace, overwhelm, and even workplace toxicity have become the norm?That's where we're headed with my guest today, Gabriella Rosen Kellerman. Her new book, Tomorrowmind: Thriving at Work—Now and in an Uncertain Future which was co-authored with renowned psychologist Martin Seligman, also known as the father of positive psychology, offers critical insights for facing a wildly fluctuating, seemingly perpetually unstable future of work. And in our conversation today, we explore a bit of Gabriella's background and her own trajectory in her career before diving into five science-backed strategies or workplace superpowers that can help us all thrive at work. From resilience to building rapid rapport at work, there's a lot of great insight to learn here.You can find Gabriella at: Website | LinkedInIf you LOVED this episode you'll also love the conversations we had with DJ DiDonna about professional sabbaticals.Check out our offerings & partners: My New Book SparkedMy New Podcast SPARKED: We're looking for special guest “wisdom-seekers” to share the moment you're in, then pose questions to Jonathan and the Sparked Braintrust to be answered, “on air.” To submit your “moment & question” for consideration to be on the show go to sparketype.com/submit. Visit Our Sponsor Page For Great Resources & Discount CodesPeloton: Work out anytime, anywhere with the Peloton App. New Members who choose monthly billing get a 30-day free trial, or choose annual billing and get 12 months of Membership for the price of 10. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
The North Atlanta Home Show has a little something for everyone

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 24:17


Learn about what all exciting exhibits will be at the North Atlanta Home Show this weekend at the Gas South Convention Center.  Two Duluth men are facing murder charges in the death of an Atlanta man who died earlier this month from wounds he sustained in a beating that occurred in December. Master Police Officer Hideshi Valle said Bryan Alvarado and Yeison Alvarado have been charged with allegedly killing Raul Diaz-Villalba. Diaz-Villalba was attacked on December 20 and officers found him unconscious and bleeding with multiple lacerations, a swollen face, wounds all over his head and discoloration. The officers provided aid at the scene and Gwinnett fire officials took him to a local hospital. Diaz-Villalba died on January 14 and the Gwinnett Medical Examiner's Office concluded this week that the injuries to his head were the cause of death. The suspects have each been charged with felony murder, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, robbery and false imprisonment. Gwinnett County Public Schools outpaces the state of Georgia when it comes to the percentage of Asian and Latin-ex teachers it has on its staff, but the percentage of people from those communities who serve in principal positions lags behind the student demographics, a staffing consultant told district leaders on Thursday. The stats were presented as part of a presentation on equity in talent management systems that Alma Advisory Group CEO Monica Rosen made to the Gwinnett school board during a work session. The presentation covered a variety of staffing issues, including diversity of staff and employee retention. Despite the underrepresentation of Asian and Latin-ex in leadership roles in the district, GCPS does outpace the state in representation of both groups in teaching positions. Rosen presented data that showed Asian and Pacific Islander teachers make up 4.12% of teachers in GCPS, compared to 1.49% of teachers statewide. Similarly, Latin-ex teachers make up 5.99% of the GCPS teacher workforce, compared to 2.79% statewide. But, Latin-ex people make up 7.8% of principals in GCPS despite the fact that Latin-ex students are the largest population block in GCPS, making up 34.3% of the student body. Meanwhile, there were virtually no Asian principals in GCPS even though Asian students make up 11.5% of the student population. GCPS does lack behind the state in the percentage of teachers who are Black. That figure is 27.15% statewide, but just 23.59% in GCPS. Black people make up 36.17% of people serving in principal positions while Black students make up 32.17% of the student population. White people hold 53.9% of principal positions and 60.2 percent of teacher positions while white students make up about 17% of the student population. An incredibly thin margin separated Brookwood and North Gwinnett again Saturday night at West Gwinnett Aquatic Center. And for the second straight year, Brookwood emerged as the Gwinnett County champion in girls swimming and diving. The Broncos scored 1,186 points, only 11 ahead of North, which is still seeking its first county title. The Bulldogs were second by only five points at the 2022 county meet. Brookwood maintained its long-running dominance in the meet with its ninth straight county championship and 20th in the past 24 seasons. Brookwood got its scoring off to a nice start thanks to its divers — Chloe Brothers won the county title and teammate Kristen Davis was sixth Saturday morning — then the swimmers did their job later in the evening. Sophomore Hailey Dopson led the way with a win in the 100-yard freestyle in 51.75 seconds, and she followed it with a county meet-record in the 100 backstroke with a first-place swim in 55.06. The old 100 back record was set at 55.22 in 2016 by Mill Creek's Katherine Parker. The Broncos also won the 200 freestyle relay in 1:37.36 with Dopson as the anchor on a relay with teammates Nicole Amike, Sophie Hamilton and Emma Greene. Dopson also was on a runner-up 200 medley relay. Braselton's Community Development department is launching a new volunteer work force to help with town events and welcome visitors. Nicknamed the “Bee-Team,” volunteers will be assigned to welcome visitors and help staff event preparation and/or office tasks. An informational meeting is set for January 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Civic Center, located at 27 East Lake Drive adjacent to the town's parking deck downtown. B-Team members will be asked to complete a brief application, attend an orientation and begin learning local history. For more information, Pinnell can be reached by e-mail at apinnell@braselton.net  Gwinnett police said they are investigating a homicide that appears to be domestic related after a shooting Sunday evening at a Norcross area apartment complex. According to Corporal  Evanko, Gwinnett police responded to a person shot call at Canopy Glen Apartments just after 6 p.m. The incident appeared to have stemmed from a domestic dispute. When officers arrived on scene, they located an adult male with a gunshot wound who died from his injuries on scene. Evanko said investigators are talking with a female believed to be related to the incident and the investigation is ongoing. The motive for the shooting is unknown. Gwinnett police are asking anyone who has information to share in the case to contact GCPD detectives or crime stoppers. The new year brought a big change for the Gwinnett Chamber's On Topic series this past week. The first installment of the series in 2023 was held on Wednesday and it marked the introduction of Porter Steel as the series new presenting sponsor. Why is that a big deal? Well, it was the first time in well over a decade that someone other than RocketIT has been the presenting sponsor of the monthly information and lunch series. Porter Steel is a Lilburn-based company that specializes in structured steel and architectural metal for construction projects. Company President Cole Porter said the company is interested in helping the community and it sees sponsoring On Topic on to do that. He also said he sees value in the monthly series, where officials and experts give presentations on a wide array of topics ranging from transportation and schools to economic outlooks. The Gwinnett Daily Post is giving away a family four pack of tickets to Fernbank Museum. Call ‪(404) 997-8655 and leave a voicemail for your chance to win four tickets for Fernbank.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Power Trip
HR. 2 - Rosen Zone - The Power Trip

The Power Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 37:33


Zach Halverson fills in for Hawk on KFAN News, Marney Gellner joins the fun, the crew talks about the ugliest buildings in Minnesota, the need for the moon debate rages on

The Common Man Progrum
FULL PROGRUM PASSWORD

The Common Man Progrum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 34:49


Common & Rosen vs Lil' B & Marney

Totally Beverages
EP40! Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee [TBASHLIVE]

Totally Beverages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 56:17


Dreams are coming true on TBASH! Tonight we drink Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee! Viva Botanicals! You got a bev story we need to hear? Call the hotline: 909-295-CAFÉ

Integrative Practitioner Podcast
Solving the Adolescent Mental Health Crisis with Integrative Care

Integrative Practitioner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 18:43


Lawrence Rosen, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss why incorporating whole health principles into public education may help solve the growing mental health crisis among adolescents. This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information. To learn more about Rosen's Symposium presentation click here. Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at IPEditor@divcom.com. Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

NHL @TheRink
Kevin Woodley joins; Struggling Canucks, NHL Goaltending, Erik Karlsson's future, McDavid's numbers

NHL @TheRink

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 53:04


Dan and Shawn are joined by Kevin Woodley, NHL.com's Vancouver-based correspondent, to talk about the struggling Canucks and where they can go from here, basing a lot of the conversation they had around the revealing comments made by president Jim Rutherford in his press conference on Monday (14:00). Woodley, Rosen and Roarke talked about what will happen with center Bo Horvat and if he will be traded, the future of center Elias Pettersson, if goalie Thatcher Demko is the answer in net for Vancouver, forward J.T. Miller's contract and changes that could be coming. Rosen and Roarke also spent time talking about the resurgence of the Edmonton Oilers and Colorado Avalanche (3:00), and why the New Jersey Devils are proving once again that they're legit (8:00). They debated if and when the San Jose Sharks might trade defenseman Erik Karlsson, and the challenges behind that for both the Sharks and the team acquiring him (40:00). They also talked about Oilers center Connor McDavid and the numbers he might be able to put up this season (46:00). 

Best of 670 The Score
Grobber Tribute Show with Mark Grote (Hour 5)

Best of 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 48:08


In the final hour of the Les Grobstein Tribute Show, Mark Grote was joined by Score program director Mitch Rosen to remember the late, great Grobber and to explain his relationship with him. Rosen also detailed how he brought the Grobber back to Score Overnights.

Deep House Moscow
An Rosen — DHM Podcast #1409 (January 2023)

Deep House Moscow

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 62:45


Artist: An Rosen (Moscow, Russia) Name: DHM Podcast #1409 (January 2023) Genre: Electronic Release Date: 16.09.2022 Exclusive: Deep House Moscow An Rosen: https://soundcloud.com/anrosen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/an_rosen CONTACT (DHM): Email — deephousemoscow@hotmail.com Follow us: www.facebook.com/deephousemsk/ www.instagram.com/deephousemoscow/ vk.com/deephousemsk/

Hitting Left with the Klonsky Brothers
With Rabbi Brant Rosen

Hitting Left with the Klonsky Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 58:04


Rabbi Brant Rosen of the Chicago Tzedek congregation joins Mike on this edition of Hitting Left. Tzedek is an intentional Jewish congregation based on core values of justice, equity and solidarity. Rabbi Rosen and Mike discuss recent developments in Israel and Palestine.

Meaningful People
R' Shaul & Mrs. Brany Rosen | Breaking Down Barriers - Founding ATime

Meaningful People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 92:05


Almost 30 years ago, Brany Rosen and Rabbi Shaul Rosen found themselves struggling through infertility in a world that wouldn't even say the word. There was no one to ask about doctors or from where to receive support.   With Hashem's help, Brany gave birth to a baby boy. Shortly after, the Rosens launched A TIME, offering services including social support forums, coordinating resources for treatments, educational programs, physician referrals, adoption services, and a pregnancy loss support program. A TIME has helped hundreds of thousands of individuals and couples on the family-building journey.   **SPONSORS**   This Episode has been sponsored by the Newman Family L'zecher Nishmas Ruchama Perel Malka Leah Bat Aryeh Leib INFINITY LAND SERVICES   Title without the horror stories!   Reach out to: https://ilstitle.com or call 718.338.4200 ____________________________________ Help support ATime through their annual ShasAthon! Momo Bauman is one of the learners by the ShasAthon: please support his page. https://shasathon.org/5783/user/scripts/modules/shas/loimed_page.cgi?order=148075 ____________________________________ Agra D'Pirka is a nationwide learning program for everyone who can spare time from 9:30 to 11:30 in the mornings, Monday through Thursday every week of the year. We have top flight Maggidei Shiur/Lecturers who provide excellent shiurim for almost 1,000 people daily.   Come join Agra D'Pirka and your life will change forever. Please call 212-661-9400 for more information and ask for Ezra or Rachamim, or visit www.agradpirka.org for more information. _______________________________________   Subscribe to Meaningful Minute on WhatsApp: https://wa.me/15166687800?text=Please%20subscribe%20me%20to%20Meaningful%20Min Ute ____________________________________ Subscribe to our Podcast Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2WALuE2 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/39bNGnO Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/MPPGooglePodcasts Or wherever Podcasts are available!   Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/meaningfulpeoplepodcast Like us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/MPPonFB Follow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/MeaningfuPplPod   Editor: Sruly Saftlas Podcast created by: Meaningful Minute   For more info and upcoming news check out: https://Meaningfulminute.org   #jew #jewish #podcast #frum #rabbi #frumpodcast #meaningfulpeople #torah #mitzvah #hashem #jewishmusic #jewishpodcast #israel #kumzitz #nachigordon #jewishpod

Totally Beverages
EP39! CHAR MAN Hot Sauce Flight & Rap Contest! [TBASHLIVE]

Totally Beverages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 76:14


JoJo & RoRo continue to manifest their destinies with a CHAR MAN HOT SAUCE FLIGHT! Plus, a winner is crowned in the first-ever TBASH rap contest! Plus we find out which chili peppers we are, talk squirts, bev resolutions and SO much more!

The Common Man Progrum
FULL PROGRUM PASSWORD

The Common Man Progrum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 41:44


Common & Deuce vs Rosen & Larry Mondello Guy

Melissa & Austin: The Show After the Show
Sleepless in the Studio (ft. Mitch Rosen from The Score!)

Melissa & Austin: The Show After the Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 22:34


This week, Melissa and Austin host a tired-off, Mitch Rosen drops in to make fun of Austin and we hear a juicy story from Melissa's past.

The Daily Zeitgeist
The Great Gas Stove Freak Out, Pizza Hut Nostalgia Ultra 01.11.23

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 70:38


In episode 1400, Jack and Miles are joined by author, TV personality, and host of Alison Rosen is Your New Best Friend and Childish, Alison Rosen, to discuss… The Great Gas Stove Freak-Out Of 2023, FAA Grounds Flights Because Of A System Error … And Wokeness? Pizza Hut Is Bringing Back A ‘90s Menu Item That Was Once Steeped In Political Controversy and more! The Great Gas Stove Freak-Out Of 2023 US Safety Agency to Consider Ban on Gas Stoves Amid Health Fears Ban Gas Stoves? Just the Idea Gets Some in Washington Boiling. No plans for nationwide ban of gas stoves, CPSC says following report, backlash The New Soilders in Propane's Fight Against Climate Action: Television Stars FAA Grounds Flights Because Of A System Error … And Wokeness? US flights resuming after FAA alert system outage causes disruption ‘Bunch of garbage': Campaign to ease pilot overload from antiquated safety warnings Pizza Hut Is Bringing Back A ‘90s Menu Item That Was Once Steeped In Political Controversy WHY NOSTALGIA IS ON THE RISE Pizza Hut's Beloved '90s Menu Item Has Returned Pizza Hut was once accused of running an attack ad against Hillary Clinton to boost Rudy Giuliani's political career Cookin' With Gas Rap Gas Propaganda Shill part 1 Gas Propaganda Shill part 2 LISTEN: Bad Fruit* by Jean DawsonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NHL @TheRink
Tom Gulitti joins; Red-hot Kraken, Crowded Metro, Wilson & Backstrom's return, Trophy Tracker

NHL @TheRink

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 50:40 Very Popular


Dan and Shawn are joined by NHL.com's Tom Gulitti (16:37). Tom discussed the Washington Capitals success this season, the returns of forwards Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson, and why Alex Ovechkin might be the Hart Trophy favorite (25:35) at the midpoint of the season Gulitti also focused on the Metropolitan Division and how it appears there will be six teams vying for five spots in the Stanley Cup Playoffs (33:00). Rosen and Roarke opened the podcast talking about the red-hot Kraken (3:00). They debated the bigger surprise of the season, Seattle or the New Jersey Devils (12:00). They also talked about the bigger disappointment, the Panthers or Colorado Avalanche and they ranked the seven Canada-based teams from closest to furthest from a Stanley Cup championship (47:00)

America's Work Force Union Podcast
Carl Rosen (UE) / Ed Caines (IUOE 926)

America's Work Force Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 54:40


Carl Rosen, General President of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, appeared on the AWF Union Podcast and spoke about the Green Locomotive Project and his concern about the attack on railway workers and their ability to go on strike.   International Union of Operating Engineers Local 926 Business Manager Ed Caines joined the AWF Union Podcast and discussed how the Local is growing its apprenticeship program, plus the many benefits of being an apprentice.

The Common Man Progrum
Rosen's A Fraud! Common Man Progrum HOUR 2

The Common Man Progrum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 49:26


Common Man Progrum HOUR 2 --Mark Rosen Joins --Eating Out vs Eating In --Vikings/Giants Preview --Atlantic Starr

Ivory Tower Boiler Room
"There's All This Queer History That Queer People Don't Know About," Unerasing Queer Noir Literary History with Lev AC Rosen (the author of "Lavender House")

Ivory Tower Boiler Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 66:33


Join The Ivory Tower Boiler Room Cafe, $5 a month, to watch the video interviews and listen to bonus episodes: patreon.com/ivorytowerboilerroom Andrew welcomes back author Lev AC Rosen to talk about his award winning queer noir novel "Lavender House." Lev wastes no time revealing his obsession with noir film and literature, especially Agatha Christie, Raymond Chandler, and the film "Laura," and how his obsession led him to create a murder mystery meets detective novel with all queer characters! Lev opens up about how writing "Lavender House" allowed him to bring to light queer history that's been erased in an inventive way, by creating queer historical fiction set in 1952 San Francisco. His novel centers on the Lamontaine soap empire and begins with the mysterious death of Irene Lamontaine who not only owned the soap empire but also created the queer safe haven known as Lavender House. Lev explains how his historical interest in queer World War 2 and post-World War 2 history makes its appearance in his novel since the Lavender House alludes to the homophobic history of the Lavender Scare. He explains how his detective, Andy, a San Francisco police officer who is fired for being gay, so desperately tried to hide his sexuality, like so many queer people during this time period, but once Andy decides he's going to find Irene's murderer, he not only unravels the murder mystery but begins to embrace who he really is. As the New York Times writes, Lev's novel “Movingly explores the strain of trying to pass as straight at a time when living an authentic life could be deadly." Follow Lev AC Rosen on IG, @levacrosen, and Twitter, @LevACRosen. Get your hands on Lev's "Lavender House" here: https://bookshop.org/p/books/lavender-house-lev-ac-rosen/17868139?ean=9781250834225 Or listen to Vikas Adam's suspenseful performance of "Lavender House" on Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Lavender-House-Audiobook/B09QBC3P74 And have you heard Lev's interview with us about his queer Young Adult novel "Camp"? Listen here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reminiscing-about-camp-with-lev-ac-rosen/id1527297273?i=1000543422781 Find all of Lev's published and forthcoming books on his website: https://www.levacrosen.com/ Head to Broadview Press, an independent academic publisher, for all your humanities related books. Use code ivorytower for 20% off your broadviewpress.com order. To subscribe to The Gay and Lesbian Review visit glreview.org. Click Subscribe, and enter promo code ITBR to receive a free copy with any print or digital subscription. Be sure to follow @mandeemadeit and @skinmedspapj (all on IG)! Follow ITBR on IG, @ivorytowerboilerroom, TikTok, @ivorytowerboilerroom, and Twitter, @IvoryBoilerRoom! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ivorytowerboilerroom/support

Congressional Dish
CD266: Contriving January 6th

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 134:58 Very Popular


The January 6th Committee investigation is over and four criminal charges against former President Donald Trump have been referred to the Justice Department by the Committee. In this episode, hear a summary of 23 hours of testimony and evidence presented by the Committee which prove that former President Trump went to extraordinary and illegal lengths to remain President, despite losing the 2020 Election. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! View the shownotes on our website at https://congressionaldish.com/cd266-contriving-january-6th Executive Producer Recommended Sources “PREPARED REMARKS: Sanders Files Amendment on Microchip Legislation to Restrict Blank Check Corporate Welfare.” Jul 19, 2022. U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders. Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD236: January 6: The Capitol Riot CD228: The Second Impeachment Trial of Donald Trump The Final Committee Report “Final Report of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the Capitol,” [House Report 117-663] 117th Congress Second Session. Dec 22, 2022. U.S. Government Publishing Office. The January 6th Committee “Inside the Jan. 6 Committee.” Robert Draper and Luke Broadwater. Dec 23, 2022. The New York Times Magazine. 2020 Election Litigation “Litigation in the 2020 Election.” Oct 27, 2022. The American Bar Association. “‘Trump Won Two-Thirds of Election Lawsuits Where Merits Considered.'” Daniel Funke. Feb 9, 2021. PolitiFact. January 6th Security Failures “Capitol Attack: The Capitol Police Need Clearer Emergency Procedures and a Comprehensive Security Risk Assessment Process,” [GAO-22-105001] February 2022. U.S. Government Accountability Office. Electors and Vote Certification Process “Who Are Electors And How Do They Get Picked?” Domenico Montanaro. Dec 14, 2020. NPR. “About the Electors.” May 11, 2021. U.S. National Archives. John Eastman “Who is John Eastman, the Trump lawyer at the center of the Jan. 6 investigation?” Deepa Shivaram. Jun 17, 2022. NPR. “About Us.” The Federalist Society. “The Eastman Memo.” Trump and Georgia “The Georgia criminal investigation into Trump and his allies, explained.” Matthew Brown. Nov 22, 2022. The Washington Post. “Here's the full transcript and audio of the call between Trump and Raffensperger.” Amy Gardner and Paulina Firozi. Jan 5, 2021. The Washington Post. AG Bill Barr Interview “In exclusive AP interview, AG Barr says no evidence of widespread election fraud, undermining Trump.” Mike Balsamo. Dec 11, 2020. “Barr tells AP that Justice Dept. hasn't uncovered widespread voting fraud that could have changed 2020 election outcome.” Dec 1, 2020. The Associated Press. Past Electoral Vote Challenges “Post Misleadingly Equates 2016 Democratic Effort to Trump's 2020 ‘Alternate Electors.'” Joseph A. Gambardello. Jun 29, 2022. FactCheck.org. “Democrats challenge Ohio electoral votes.” Ted Barrett. Jan 6, 2005. CNN. Fake Electors “What you need to know about the fake Trump electors.” Amy Sherman. Jan 28, 2022. PolitiFact. “Exclusive: Federal prosecutors looking at 2020 fake elector certifications, deputy attorney general tells CNN.” Evan Perez and Tierney Sneed. Jan 26, 2022. CNN. “American Oversight Obtains Seven Phony Certificates of Pro-Trump Electors.” Mar 2, 2021. American Oversight. Censure of Cheney & Kinzinger “Read the Republican Censure of Cheney and Kinzinger.” Feb 4 2022. The New York Times. Audio Sources 12/19/22 Business Meeting December 19, 2022 House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol 10/13/22 Business Meeting October 13, 2022 House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol Featured speakers: Kayleigh McEnany, Former White House Press Secretary Molly Michael, Former Executive Assistant to the President Pat Cipollone, Former White House Counsel Clips Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Why would Americans assume that our Constitution, and our institutions, and our Republic are invulnerable to another attack? Why would we assume that those institutions will not falter next time? A key lesson of this investigation is this: Our institutions only hold when men and women of good faith make them hold, regardless of the political cost. We have no guarantee that these men and women will be in place next time. Any future president inclined to attempt what Donald Trump did in 2020 has now learned not to install people who could stand in the way. And also please consider this: The rulings of our courts are respected and obeyed, because we as citizens pledged to accept and honor them. Most importantly, our President, who has a constitutional obligation to faithfully execute the laws, swears to accept them. What happens when the President disregards the court's rulings is illegitimate. When he disregards the rule of law, that my fellow citizens, breaks our Republic. January 6 Committee Lawyer: To your knowledge, was the president in that private dining room the whole time that the attack on the Capitol was going on? Or did he ever go to, again only to your knowledge, to the Oval Office, to the White House Situation Room, anywhere else? Kayleigh McEnany: The the best of my recollection, he was always in the dining room. January 6 Committee Lawyer: What did they say, Mr. Meadows or the President, at all during that brief encounter that you were in the dining room? What do you recall? Gen. Keith Kellogg: I think they were really watching the TV. January 6 Committee Lawyer: Do you know whether he was watching TV in the dining room when you talked to him on January sixth? Molly Michael: It's my understanding he was watching television. January 6 Committee Lawyer: When you were in the dining room in these discussions, was the violence of capital visible on the screen on the television? Pat Cipollone: Yes. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): A federal appeals court in Pennsylvania wrote, quote, "charges require specific allegations and proof. We have neither here." A federal judge in Wisconsin wrote, quote, "the court has allowed the former President the chance to make his case and he has lost on the merits." Another judge in Michigan, called the claims quote, "nothing but speculation and conjecture that votes for President Trump were either destroyed, discarded or switched to votes for Vice President Biden." A federal judge in Michigan sanctioned nine attorneys, including Sidney Powell, for making frivolous allegations in an election fraud case, describing the case as a historic and profound abuse of the judicial process. Recently, a group of distinguished Republican election lawyers, former judges and elected officials issued a report confirming the findings of the courts. In their report entitled "Lost, Not Stolen," these prominent Republicans analyzed each election challenge and concluded this: Donald Trump and his supporters failed to present evidence of fraud or inaccurate results significant enough to invalidate the results of the 2020 Presidential Election. On December 11, Trump's allies lost a lawsuit in the US Supreme Court that he regarded as his last chance of success in the courts. Alyssa Farah: I remember maybe a week after the election was called, I popped into the Oval just to like, give the President the headlines and see how he was doing and he was looking at the TV and he said, "Can you believe I lost to this effing guy?" Cassidy Hutchinson: Mark raised it with me on the 18th and so following that conversation we were in the motorcade ride driving back to the White House, and I said, like, "Does the President really think that he lost?" And he said, "A lot of times he'll tell me that he lost, but he wants to keep fighting it and he thinks that there might be enough to overturn the election, but, you know, he pretty much has acknowledged that he, that he's lost. 07/12/22 Select Committee Hearing July 12, 2022 House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol Witnesses: Jason Van Tatenhove, Former Oath Keepers Spokesperson Stephen Ayres, January 6th Defendant Clips Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL): According to White House visitor logs obtained by the Committee, members of Congress present at the White House on December 21 included Congressmen Brian Babin (TX), Andy Biggs (AZ), Matt Gaetz (FL), Louie Gohmert (TX), Paul Gosar (AZ), Andy Harris (MD), Jody Hice (R-GA), Jim Jordan (OD), and Scott Perry (PA). Then Congresswoman-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) was also there. Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL): We've asked witnesses what happened during the December 21 meeting and we've learned that part of the discussion centered on the role of the Vice President during the counting of the electoral votes. These members of Congress were discussing what would later be known as the "Eastman Theory," which was being pushed by Attorney John Eastman. 06/28/2022 Select Committee Hearing June 28, 2022 House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol Witnesses: Cassidy Hutchinson, Former Special Assistant to the President and Aide to the Chief of Staff Clips 9:10 Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Today's witness, Ms. Cassidy Hutchinson, is another Republican and another former member of President Trump's White House staff. Certain of us in the House of Representatives recall that Ms. Hutchinson once worked for House Republican whip Steve Scalise, but she is also a familiar face on Capitol Hill because she held a prominent role in the White House Legislative Affairs Office, and later was the principal aide to President Trump's Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows. 10:10 Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): In her role working for the White House Chief of Staff, Miss Hutchinson handled a vast number of sensitive issues. She worked in the West Wing, several steps down the hall from the Oval Office. Miss Hutchinson spoke daily with members of Congress, with high ranking officials in the administration, with senior White House staff, including Mr. Meadows, with White House Counsel lawyers, and with Mr. Tony Ornato, who served as the White House Deputy Chief of Staff. She also worked on a daily basis with members of the Secret Service who were posted in the White House. In short, Miss Hutchinson was in a position to know a great deal about the happenings in the Trump White House. 24:20 Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): On January 3, the Capitol Police issued a special event assessment. In that document, the Capitol Police noted that the Proud Boys and other groups planned to be in Washington DC on January 6, and indicated that quote, "unlike previous post election protests, the targets of the pro-Trump supporters are not necessarily the counter protesters, as they were previously, but rather, Congress itself is the target on the Sixth. 27:45 Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Of course the world now knows that the people who attacked the Capitol on January 6 had many different types of weapons. When a President speaks, the Secret Service typically requires those attending to pass through metal detectors known as magnetometers, or mags for short. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): The Select Committee has learned about reports from outside the magnetometers and has obtained police radio transmissions identifying individuals with firearms, including AR-15s near the Ellipse on the morning of January 6. Let's listen. Police Officer #1: Blue jeans and a blue jean jacket and underneath the blue jacket complaintants both saw the top of an AR 15. Police Officer #2: Any white males brown cowboy boots, they had Glock-style pistols in their waistbands. Police Officer #3: 8736 with the message that subject weapon on his right hip. Police Officer #4: Motor one, make sure PPD knows they have an elevated threat in the tree South side of Constitution Avenue. Look for the "Don't tread on me" flag, American flag facemask cowboy boots, weapon on the right side hip. Police Officer #5: I got three men walking down the street in fatigues and carrying AR-15s. Copy at Fourteenth and Independence. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): We're going to show now an exchange of texts between you and Deputy Chief of Staff Ornato, and these text messages were exchanged while you were at the Ellipse. In one text, you write, "but the crowd looks good from this vantage point, as long as we get the shot. He was f---ing furious." But could you tell us, first of all, who it is in the text who was furious? Cassidy Hutchinson: The he in that text that I was referring to was the President. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): And why was he furious, Miss Hutchinson? Cassidy Hutchinson: He was furious because he wanted the arena that we had on the Ellipse to be maxed out at capacity for all attendees. The advanced team had relayed to him that the mags were free flowing. Everybody who wanted to come in had already come in, but he still was angry about the extra space and wanted more people to come in. Cassidy Hutchinson: And that's what Tony [Ornato] had been trying to relate to him [President Trump] that morning. You know, it's not the issue that we encountered on the campaign. We have enough space. They don't want to come in right now, they have weapons they don't want confiscated by the Secret Service. They're fine on the Mall, they can see you on the Mall and they want to march straight to the Capitol from the Mall. But when we were in the off stage announced tent, I was part of a conversation -- I was in the, I was in the vicinity of a conversation -- where I overheard the President say something to the effect of you know, "I don't think that they have weapons. They're not here to hurt me take the effing mags away. Let my people in, they can march to the Capitol from here. Let the people in, take the effing mags away." Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): On December 1, 2020, Attorney General Barr said in an interview that the Department of Justice had now not found evidence of widespread election fraud, sufficient to change the outcome of the election. Ms. Hutchinson, how did the President react to hearing that news? Cassidy Hutchinson: I left the office and went down to the dining room, and I noticed that the door was propped open in the valet was inside the dining room changing the tablecloth off of the dining room table. The valet had articulated that the President was extremely angry at the Attorney General's AP interview and had thrown his lunch against the wall. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Miss Hutchinson, Attorney General Barr described to the Committee the President's angry reaction when he finally met with President Trump. Let's listen. Former Attorney General Bill Barr: And I said, "Look, I I know that you're dissatisfied with me and I'm glad to offer my resignation" and then he pounded the table very hard. Everyone sort of jumped and he said "Accepted." Reporter: Leader McCarthy, Do you condemn this violence? Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA): I completely condemn the violence in the Capitol. What we're currently watching unfold is un-American. I'm disappointed, I'm sad. This is not what our country should look like. This is not who we are. This is not the First Amendment. This has to stop and this has to stop now. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Did White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows ever indicate that he was interested in receiving a Presidential Pardon related to January 6? Cassidy Hutchinson: Mr. Meadows did seek that pardon. Yes, ma'am. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): While our committee has seen many witnesses, including many Republicans, testify fully and forthrightly, this has not been true of every witness. And we have received evidence of one particular practice that raises significant concern. Our committee commonly asks witnesses connected to Mr. Trump's administration or campaign whether they'd been contacted by any of their former colleagues, or anyone else who attempted to influence or impact their testimony, without identifying any of the individuals involved. Let me show you a couple of samples of answers we received to this question. First, here's how one witness described phone calls from people interested in that witness's testimony. "What they said to me is, as long as I continue to be a team player, they know I'm on the right team, I'm doing the right thing, I'm protecting who I need to protect, you know, I'll continue to stay in good graces in Trump World. And they have reminded me a couple of times that Trump does read transcripts and just keep that in mind as I proceed through my interviews with the committee." Here's another sample in a different context. This is a call received by one of our witnesses. "A person let me know you have your deposition tomorrow. He wants me to let you know that he's thinking about you. He knows you're loyal, and you're going to do the right thing when you go in for your deposition." I think most Americans know that attempting to influence witnesses to testify untruthfully presents very serious concerns. 06/23/22 Select Committee Hearing June 23, 2022 House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol Witnesses: Jeffrey A. Rosen, Former Acting Attorney General Richard Donoghue, Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Steven Engel, Former Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel Eric Herschmann, Former White House Senior Advisor Clips Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS): From the time you took over from Attorney General Barr until January 3, how often did President Trump contact you or the Department to push allegations of election fraud? Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen: So between December 23 and January 3, the president either called me or met with me virtually every day, with one or two exceptions like Christmas Day Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ): Again, I join my colleagues in calling on Attorney General Barr to immediately let us know what he's doing. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ): We're already working on challenging the certified electors. And what about the court? How pathetic are the courts? Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL): January 6, I'm joining with the fighters in the Congress, and we are going to object to electors from states that didn't run clean elections. Democracy is left undefended if we accept the result of a stolen election without fighting with every bit of vigor we can muster. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH): The ultimate date of significance is January 6. This is how the process works. The ultimate arbiter here, the ultimate check and balance, is the United States Congress. And when something is done in an unconstitutional fashion, which happened in several of these states, we have a duty to step forward and have this debate and have this vote on the 6th of January. Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: So both the Acting Attorney General [Rosen] and I tried to explain to the President on this occasion, and on several other occasions that the Justice Department has a very important, very specific, but very limited role in these elections. States run their elections. We are not quality control for the states. We are obviously interested in and have a mission that relates to criminal conduct in relation to federal elections. We also have related civil rights responsibilities. So we do have an important role, but the bottom line was if a state ran their election in such a way that it was defective, that is to the state or Congress to correct. It is not for the Justice Department to step in. And I certainly understood the President, as a layman, not understanding why the Justice Department didn't have at least a civil role to step in and bring suit on behalf of the American people. We tried to explain that to him. The American people do not constitute the client for the United States Justice Department. The one and only client of the United States Justice Department is the United States government. And the United States government does not have standing, as we were repeatedly told by our internal teams. Office of Legal Counsel, led by Steve Engel, as well as the Office of the Solicitor General researched it and gave us thorough clear opinions that we simply did not have standing and we tried to explain that to the President on numerous occasions. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): Let's take a look at another one of your notes. You also noted that Mr. Rosen said to Mr. Trump, quote, "DOJ can't and won't snap its fingers and change the outcome of the election." How did the President respond to that, sir? Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: He responded very quickly and said, essentially, that's not what I'm asking you to do. What I'm just asking you to do is just say it was corrupt and leave the rest to me and the Republican Congressmen. Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: There were isolated instances of fraud. None of them came close to calling into question the outcome of the election in any individual State. January 6 Committee Lawyer: And was representative Gaetz requesting a pardon? Eric Herschmann: Believe so. The general tone was, we may get prosecuted because we were defensive of, you know, the President's positions on these things. A pardon that he was discussing, requesting, was as broad as you could describe, from the beginning of time up until today, for any and all things. He had mentioned Nixon and I said Nixon's pardon was never nearly that broad. January 6 Committee Lawyer: And are you aware of any members of Congress seeking pardons? Cassidy Hutchinson: I guess Mr. Gaetz and Mr. Brooks, I know, both advocated for, there to be a blanket pardon for members involved in that meeting and a handful of other members that weren't at the December 21 meeting as the preemptive pardons. Mr. Gaetz was personally pushing for a pardon and he was doing so since early December. I'm not sure why. Mr. Gaetz had reached out to me to ask if he could have a meeting with Mr. Meadows about receiving a Presidential pardon. January 6 Committee Lawyer: Did they all contact you? Cassidy Hutchinson: Not all of them, but several of them did. January 6 Committee Lawyer: So you'd be mentioned Mr. Gaetz and Mr. Brooks. Cassidy Hutchinson: Mr. Biggs did. Mr. Jordan talks about congressional pardons but he never asked me for one. It was more for an update on whether the White House is going to pardon members of Congress. Mr. Gohmert asked for one as well. Mr. Perry asked for a pardon too, I'm sorry. January 6 Committee Lawyer: Mr. Perry, did he talk to you directly? Cassidy Hutchinson: Yes, he did. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): Mr. Clark was the acting head of the Civil Division and head of Environmental and Natural Resources Division at the Department of Justice. Do either of those divisions have any role whatsoever in investigating election fraud, sir? Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen: No. And and to my awareness, Jeff Clark had had no prior involvement of any kind with regard to the work that the department was doing. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): Is there a policy that governs who can have contact directly with the White House? Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen: Yes. So across many administrations for a long period of time, there's a policy that particularly with regard to criminal investigations restricts at both the White House and the Justice Department and those more sensitive issues to the highest ranks. So for criminal matters, the policy for a long time has been that only the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General from the DOJ side can have conversations about criminal matters with the White House, or the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General can authorize someone for a specific item with their permission. But the idea is to make sure that the top rung of the Justice Department knows about it, and is in the thing to control it and make sure only appropriate things are done. Steven Engel: The purpose of these these policies is to keep these communications as infrequent, and at the highest levels as possible, just to make sure that people who are less careful about it who don't really understand these implications, such as Mr. Clark, don't run afoul of those contact policies. Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen: He acknowledged that shortly before Christmas, he had gone to a meeting in the Oval Office with the President. That, of course, surprised me. And I asked him, How did that happen? And he was defensive, he said it had been unplanned, that he had been talking to someone he referred to as "General Perry," but I believe is Congressman Perry, and that, unbeknownst to him, he was asked to go to a meeting and he didn't know it, but it turned out it was at the Oval -- he found himself at the Oval Office. And he was apologetic for that. And I said, Well, you didn't tell me about it. It wasn't authorized. And you didn't even tell me after the fact. You know, this is not not appropriate. But he was contrite and said it had been inadvertent and it would not happen again and that if anyone asked him to go to such a meeting, he would notify [Former Acting Deputy Attorney General] Rich Donohue and me. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): On the same day Acting Attorney General Rosen told Mr. Clark to stop talking to the White House, Representative Perry was urging Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to elevate Clark within the Department of Justice. You can now see on the screen behind me a series of tasks between representative Perry and Mr. Meadows. They show that Representative Perry requested that Mr. Clark be elevated within the department. Representative Perry tells Mr. Meadows on December 26, that quote, "Mark, just checking in as time continues to count down, 11 days to January 6 and 25 days to inauguration. We've got to get going!" Representative Perry followed up and says quote, "Mark, you should call Jeff. I just got off the phone with him and he explained to me why the principal deputy won't work especially with the FBI. They will view it as not having the authority to enforce what needs to be done." Mr. Meadows responds with "I got it. I think I understand. Let me work on the deputy position." Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Mr. Donohue on December 28, Mr. Clark emailed you and Mr. Rosen a draft letter that he wanted you to sign and send to Georgia State officials. This letter claims that the US Department of Justice's investigations have quote, "identified significant concerns that may have impacted the outcome of the election in multiple States, including the state of Georgia." The letter also said this: quote, "in light of these developments, the Department recommends that the Georgia General Assembly should convene in special session," end quote, and consider approving a new slate of electors. Steven Engel: The States had chosen their electors, the electors had been certified, they'd cast their votes, they had been sent to Washington DC. Neither Georgia nor any of the other States on December 28, or whenever this was, was in a position to change those votes. Essentially, the election had happened. The only thing that hadn't happened was the formal counting of the votes. Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: I had to read both the email and the attached letter twice to make sure I really understood what he was proposing because it was so extreme to me, I had a hard time getting my head around it initially. But I read it and I did understand it for what he intended and I had to sit down and sort of compose what I thought was an appropriate response. In my response, I explained a number of reasons this is not the Department's role to suggest or dictate to State legislatures how they should select their electors. But more importantly, this was not based on fact, that this was actually contrary to the facts, as developed by Department investigations over the last several weeks and months. So I responded to that. And for the Department to insert itself into the political process's way, I think would have had grave consequences for the country. It may very well have spiraled us into a Constitutional crisis. And I wanted to make sure that he understood the gravity of the situation because he didn't seem to really appreciate it. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): President Trump rushed back early from Mar-a-Lago on December 31, and called an emergency meeting with the Department's leadership. Mr. Donohue, during this meeting, did the President tell you that he would remove you and Mr. Rosen because you weren't declaring there was election fraud? Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: Toward the end of the meeting, the President, again was getting very agitated. And he said, "People tell me I should just get rid of both of you. I should just remove you and make a change in the leadership, put Jeff Clark and maybe something will finally get done." Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): Mr. Rosen during a January 2 meeting with Mr. Clark, did you confront him again about his contact with the President? And if so, can you describe that? Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen: We had -- it was a contentious meeting where we were chastising him that he was insubordinate, he was out of line, he had not honored his own representations of what he would do. And he raised again, that he thought that letter should go out. And we were not receptive to that. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): So in that meeting, did Mr. Clark say he would turn down the President's offer if you reversed your position and sign the letter? Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen: Yes. Subsequently, he told me that on the on Sunday the 3rd. He told me that the timeline had moved up, and that the President had offered him the job and that he was accepting it. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): White House Call Logs obtained by the Committee show that by 4:19pm, on January 3, the White House had already begun referring to Mr. Clark as the Acting Attorney General. Let's ask about that, what was your reaction to that? Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen: Well, you know, on the one hand, I wasn't going to accept being fired by my subordinate. So I wanted to talk to the President directly. Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: So the four of us knew, but no one else, aside from Jeff Clark of course, knew what was going on until late that Sunday afternoon. We chose to keep a close hold, because we didn't want to create concern or panic in the Justice Department leadership. But at this point, I asked the Acting AG [Rosen], what else can I do to help prepare for this meeting in the Oval Office, and he said, You and Pat [Cipollone] should get the Assistant Attorney Generals on the phone, and it's time to let them know what's going on. Let's find out what they may do if there's a change in leadership, because that will help inform the conversation at the Oval Office. We got most, not all, but most of the AAGs on the phone. We very quickly explained to them what the situation was. [They] essentially said they would leave, they would resign en mass if the President made that change in the department leadership. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): DOJ leadership arrived at the White House. Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: The conversation this point was really about whether the President should remove Jeff Rosen and replace him with Jeff Clark. And everyone in the room, I think, understood that that meant that letter would go out. And at some point, the conversation turned to whether Jeff Clark was even qualified, competent to run the Justice Department, which in my mind, he clearly was not. And it was a heated conversation. I thought it was useful to point out to the President that Jeff Clark simply didn't have the skills, the ability and the experience to run the Department. And so I said, "Mr. President, you're talking about putting a man in that seat who has never tried a criminal case, who's never conducted a criminal investigation, he's telling you that he's going to take charge of the department, 115,000 employees, including the entire FBI, and turn the place on a dime and conduct nationwide criminal investigations that will produce results in a matter of days. It's impossible. It's absurd. It's not going to happen, and it's going to fail. He has never been in front of a trial jury, a grand jury. He's never even been to Chris Wray's office." I said at one point, "if you walked into Chris Wray's office, one, would you know how to get there and, two, if you got there, would he even know who you are? And you really think that the FBI is going to suddenly start following you orders? It's not going to happen. He's not competent." And that's the point at which Mr. Clark tried to defend himself by saying, "Well, I've been involved in very significant civil and environmental litigation. I've argued many appeals and appellate courts and things of that nature." And then I pointed out that, yes, he was an environmental lawyer, and I didn't think that was appropriate background to be running in the United States Justice Department. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): Did anybody in there support Mr. Clark? Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: No one. Along those lines, he [former President Trump] said, "so suppose I do this, suppose I replace him, Jeff Rosen, with him, Jeff Clark, what would you do?" And I said, "Mr. President, I would resign immediately. I'm not working one minute for this guy [Clark], who I just declared was completely incompetent." And so the President immediately turned to to Mr. Engel. Steven Engel: My recollection is that when the President turned to me and said, "Steve, you wouldn't leave, would you?" I said, "Mr. President, I've been with you through four Attorneys General, including two Acting Attorneys General, but I couldn't be part of this." Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: And I said, and we're not the only ones. No one cares if we resign. If Steve and I go, that's fine, it doesn't matter. But I'm telling you what's going to happen. You're gonna lose your entire Department leadership, every single AAG will walk out on you. Your entire Department of leadership will walk out within hours." And I said, "Mr. President, within 24...48...72 hours, you could have hundreds and hundreds of resignations of the leadership of your entire Justice Department because of your actions. What's that going to say about you?" Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: And then the other thing that I said was that, you know, look, all anyone is going to sort of think about when they see this...no one is going to read this letter....all anyone is going to think is that you went through two Attorneys General in two weeks until you found the environmental guy to sign this thing. And so the story is not going to be that the Department of Justice has found massive corruption that would have changed results of the election. It's going to be the disaster of Jeff Clark. I think at that point Pat Cipollone said, "Yeah, this is a murder suicide pact, this letter." Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL): Mr. Cipollone, the White House Counsel, told the Committee that Mr. Engels response had a noticeable impact on the President, that this was a turning point in the conversation. Mr. Donohue, towards the end of this meeting, did the President asked you what was going to happen to Mr. Clark? Former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue: He did. When we finally got to, I'd say, the last 15 minutes of the meeting, the President's decision was apparent, he announced it. Jeff Clark tried to scrape his way back and asked the President to reconsider. The President double down said "No, I've made my decision. That's it. We're not going to do it." And then he turned to me and said, "so what happens to him now?" Meaning Mr. Clark. He understood that Mr. Clark reported to me. And I didn't initially understand the question. I said, "Mr. President?" and he said, "Are you going to fire him?" And I said, "I don't have the authority to fire him. He's the Senate confirmed Assistant Attorney General." And he said, "Well, who has the authority to fire him?" And I said, "Only you do, sir." And he said, "Well, I'm not going to fire him." I said, "Alright, well, then we should all go back to work." 06/21/22 Select Committee Hearing June 21, 2022 House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol Witnesses: Rusty Bowers, Arizona House Speaker Brad Raffensperger, Georgia Secretary of State Gabriel Sterling, Georgia Secretary of State Chief Operating Officer Wandrea ArShaye, “Shaye” Moss, former Georgia election worker Ronna Romney McDaniel, RNC Chair Justin Clark, former Trump Campaign lawyer Robert Sinners, former Trump campaign staffer Andrew Hitt, Former Wisconsin Republican Party Chair Laura Cox, Former Michigan Republican Party Chair Josh Roselman, Investigative Counsel for the J6 Committee John Eastman, Former Trump Lawyer Mike Shirkey, Majority Leader of the Michigan Senate Angela McCallum, Trump Campaign caller Rudy Giuliani Clips Josh Roselman: My name is Josh Roselman, I'm an Investigative Counsel for the House Select Committee to investigate the January 6 attack on the United States Capitol. Beginning in late November 2020. The President and his lawyers started appearing before state legislators, urging them to give their electoral votes to Trump, even though he lost the popular vote. This was a strategy with both practical and legal elements. The Select Committee has obtained an email from just two days after the election, in which a Trump campaign lawyer named Cleata Mitchell asked another Trump lawyer, John Eastman, to write a memo justifying the idea. Eastman prepared a memo attempting to justify this strategy, which was circulated to the Trump White House, Rudy Giuliani's legal team, and state legislators around the country and he appeared before the Georgia State Legislature to advocate for it publicly. John Eastman: You could also do what the Florida Legislature was prepared to do, which is to adopt a slate of electors yourself. And when you add in the mix of the significant statistical anomalies in sworn affidavits and video evidence of outright election fraud, I don't think it's just your authority to do that, but quite frankly, I think you have a duty to do that to protect the integrity of the election here in Georgia. Josh Roselman: But Republican officials in several states released public statements recognizing that President Trump's proposal was unlawful. For instance, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp called the proposal unconstitutional, while Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers wrote that the idea would undermine the rule of law. The pressure campaign to get state legislators to go along with this scheme intensified when President Trump invited delegations from Michigan and Pennsylvania to the White House. January 6 Committee Lawyer: Either you or speaker Chatfield, did you make the point to the President, that you were not going to do anything that violated Michigan law? Mike Shirkey: I believe we did. Whether or not it was those exact words or not, I think the words that I would have more likely used is, "we are going to follow the law." Josh Roselman: Nevertheless, the pressure continued. The next day President Trump tweeted quote, "hopefully the Courts and/or Legislatures will have the COURAGE to do what has to be done to maintain the integrity of our Elections, and the United States of America itself. THE WORLD IS WATCHING!!!!" He posted multiple messages on Facebook, listing the contact information for state officials and urging his supporters to contact them to quote "demand a vote on decertification." These efforts also involves targeted outreach to state legislators from President Trump's lawyers and from Trump himself. Angela McCallum: Hi, my name is Angela McCallum, I'm calling from Trump campaign headquarters in Washington DC. You do have the power to reclaim your authority and send us a slate of Electors that will support President Trump and Vice President Pence. Josh Roselman: Another legislator, Pennsylvania House Speaker Brian Cutler, received daily voicemails from Trump's lawyers in the last week of November. Cutler felt that the outreach was inappropriate and asked his lawyers to tell Rudy Giuliani to stop calling, but Giuliani continued to reach out. Rudy Giuliani: I understand that you don't want to talk to me now. I just want to bring some facts to your attention and talk to you as a fellow Republican. Josh Roselman: These ads were another element in the effort. The Trump campaign spent millions of dollars running ads online and on television. Commercial Announcer: The evidence is overwhelming. Call your governor and legislators demand they inspect the machines and hear the evidence. Fake electors scheme Casey Lucier: My name is Casey Lucier. I'm an Investigative Counsel for the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 Attack on the United States Capitol. On November 18, a lawyer working with the Trump campaign named Kenneth Chesebro wrote a memo arguing that the Trump campaign should organize its own electors in the swing states that President Trump had lost. The Select Committee received testimony that those close to President Trump began planning to organize fake electors for Trump in states that Biden won in the weeks after the election. At the President's direct request, the RNC assisted the campaign in coordinating this effort. January 6 Committee Lawyer: What did the President say when he called you? Ronna Romney McDaniel: Essentially, he turned the call over to Mr. Eastman, who then proceeded to talk about the importance of the RNC helping the campaign gather these contingent electors in case any of the legal challenges that were ongoing change the result of any dates, I think more just helping them reach out and assemble them. But the My understanding is the campaign did take the lead, and we just were helping them in that in that role. Casey Lucier: As President Trump and his supporters continued to lose lawsuits, some campaign lawyers became convinced that convening electors in states that Trump lost was no longer appropriate. Justin Clark: I just remember I either replied or called somebody saying, unless we have litigation pending this, like in the states, like, I don't think this is appropriate, or no, this isn't the right thing to do. I'm out. Matt Morgan: At that point, I had Josh Findlay email Mr. Chesebro, politely, to say, "This is your task. You are responsible for the Electoral College issues moving forward". And this was my way of taking that responsibility to zero. Casey Lucier: The Committee learned the White House Counsel's Office also felt the plan was potentially illegal. January 6 Committee Lawyer: And so to be clear, did you hear the White House Counsel's office saying that this plan to have alternate electors meet and cast votes for Donald Trump in states that he had lost was not legally sound? Cassidy Hutchinson: Yes, sir. Casey Lucier: The Select Committee interviewed several of the individual fake electors, as well as Trump campaign staff who helped organize the effort. Robert Sinners: We were just, you know, kind of useful idiots or rubes at that point. You know, a strong part of me really feels that it's just kind of as the road continued, and as that was failure, failure, failure that that got formulated as what do we have on the table? Let's just do it. January 6 Committee Lawyer: And now after what we've told you today about the Select Committee's investigation about the conclusion of the professional lawyers on the campaign staff, Justin Clark, Matt Morgan and Josh Findlay, about their unwillingness to participate in the convening of these electors, how does that contribute to your understanding of these issues? Robert Sinners: I'm angry, I'm angry. Because I think in a sense, you know, no one really cared if people were potentially putting themselves in jeopardy. January 6 Committee Lawyer: Would you have not wanted to participate in this any further, as well? Robert Sinners: I absolutely would not have had I know that the three main lawyers for the campaign that I've spoken to in the past, and were leading up, we're not on board. Yeah. Andrew Hitt: I was told that these would only count if a court ruled in our favor. So that would have been using our electors. Well, it would have been using our electors in ways that we weren't told about and we wouldn't have supported. Casey Lucier: Documents obtained by the Select Committee indicate that instructions were given to the electors in several states that they needed to cast their ballots in complete secrecy. Because the scheme involved fake electors, those participating in certain states had no way to comply with state election laws, like where the electors were supposed to meet. One group of fake electors even considered hiding overnight to ensure that they could access the State Capitol, as required in Michigan. January 6 Committee Lawyer: Did Mr. Norton say who he was working with at all on this effort to have electors meet? Laura Cox: He said he was working with the President's campaign. He told me that the Michigan Republican electors were planning to meet in the Capitol and hide overnight so that they could fulfill the role of casting their vote per law in the Michigan chambers and I told him in no uncertain terms that that was insane and inappropriate. Casey Lucier: In one state, the fake electors even asked for a promise that the campaign would pay their legal fees if they got sued or charged with a crime. Ultimately, fake electors did meet on December 14, 2020 in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Nevada and Wisconsin. At the request of the Trump campaign, the electors from these battleground states signed documents falsely asserting that they were the quote, "duly elected" electors from their state and submitted them to the National Archives and to Vice President Pence in his capacity as President of the Senate. In an email produced to the Select Committee, Dr. Eastman told the Trump campaign representative that it did not matter that the electors had not been approved by a state authority. Quote, "the fact that we have multiple slates of electors demonstrates the uncertainty of either. That should be enough." He urged that Pence "act boldly and be challenged." Documents produced to the Select Committee show that the Trump campaign took steps to ensure that the physical copies of the fake electors' electoral votes from two states were delivered to Washington for January 6. Text messages exchanged between Republican Party officials in Wisconsin show that on January 4, the Trump campaign asked for someone to fly their fake electors' documents to Washington. A staffer for Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson texted a staffer for Vice President Pence just minutes before the beginning of the Joint Session. This staffer stated that Senator Johnson wished to hand deliver to the Vice President the fake electors' votes from Michigan and Wisconsin. The Vice President's aide unambiguously instructed them not to deliver the fake votes to the Vice President. Even though the fake elector slates were transmitted to Congress and the Executive Branch, the Vice President held firm and his position that his role was to count lawfully submitted electoral votes. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS): Brad Raffensperger is the 29th Secretary of State of Georgia, serving in this role since 2019. As an elected official, and a Republican Secretary, Raffensperger is responsible for supervising elections in Georgia and maintaining the state's public records. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS): Speaker Bowers, thank you for being with us today. You're the speaker of the Arizona House and a self-described conservative Republican. You campaigned for President Trump and with him during the 2020 election. Is it fair to say that you wanted Donald Trump to win a second term in office? Please? Rusty Bowers: Yes, sir. Thank you. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS): And is it your understanding that President Biden was the winner of the popular vote in Arizona in 2020? Rusty Bowers: Yes, sir. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Before we begin with the questions that I had prepared for you, I want to ask you about a statement that former President Trump issued, which I received just prior to the hearing. Former President Trump begins by calling you a RINO, Republican in Name Only. He then references a conversation in November 2020, in which he claims that you told him that the election was rigged, and that he had won Arizona. To quote the former President, "during the conversation, he told me the election was rigged and that I won Arizona," unquote. Is that false? Rusty Bowers: Anywhere, anyone, anytime that has said that I said the election was rigged, that would not be true. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): And when the former President, in his statement today, claimed that you told him that he won Arizona, is that also false? Rusty Bowers: That is also false. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Mr. Bowers, I understand that after the election, you received a phone call from President Trump and Rudy Giuliani, in which they discussed the result of the presidential election in Arizona. If you would, tell us about that call. Rusty Bowers: Mr. Giuliani came on first. And niceties...then Mr. Trump, President Trump, then-President Trump came on. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): During the conversation did you ask Mr. Giuliani for proof of these allegations of fraud that he was making? Rusty Bowers: On multiple occasions, yes. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): And when you asked him for evidence of this fraud, what did he say? Rusty Bowers: He said that they did have proof. And I asked him, "Do you have names?" [He said] for example, we have 200,000 illegal immigrants, some large number, five or six thousand, dead people, etc. And I said, "Do you have their names?" Yes. "Will you give them to me?" Yes. The President interrupted and said, "Give the man what he needs Rudy." He said, "I will." And that happened on at least two occasions, that interchange in the conversation. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Did you ever receive from him that evidence either during the call, after the call, or to this day? Rusty Bowers: Never. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): What was the ask during this call? Rusty Bowers: The ones I remember, were first, that we would hold -- that I would allow an official committee at at the Capitol so that they could hear this evidence, and that we could take action thereafter. I said, "to what end? To what end the hearing." He said, well, we have heard by an official high up in the Republican legislature that there is a legal theory or a legal ability in Arizona, that you can remove the the electors of President Biden and replace them. And we would like to have the legitimate opportunity, through the committee, to come to that end and and remove that. And I said that's, that's something that's totally new to me. I've never heard of any such thing. And I would never do anything of such magnitude without deep consultation with qualified attorneys. And I said, I've got some good attorneys, and I'm going to give you their names. But you're asking me to do something against my oath and I will not break my oath. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Did you also receive a call from US Representative Andy Biggs of Arizona on the morning of January 6? Rusty Bowers: I did. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): And what did Mr. Biggs asked you to do? Rusty Bowers: I believe that was the day that the vote was occurring in each state to have certification or to declare the certification of the electors. And he asked if I would sign on both to a letter that had been sent from my State, and/or that I would support the decertification of the electors. And I said I would not. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Speaking Bowers, did the President call you again later in December? Rusty Bowers: He did, sir. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Did you tell the president in that second call that you supported him, that you voted for him, but that you are not going to do anything illegal for him? Rusty Bowers: I did, sir. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Nevertheless, his lawyer John Eastman called you some days later, and what did Dr. Eastman want you to do? Rusty Bowers: That we would, in fact, take a vote to overthrow -- or I shouldn't say overthrow -- that we would decertify the electors, and that we had plenary authority to do so. But I said, "What would you have me do?" And he said, "Just do it and let the court sorted out." And I said, "You're asking me to do something that's never been done in history, the history of the United States. And I'm going to put my state through that without sufficient proof? And that's going to be good enough with me? That I would, I would put us through that, my state that I swore to uphold, both in Constitution and in law? No, sir." Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): I want to look even more deeply at the fake electoral scheme. Every four years, citizens from all over the United States go to the polls to elect the President. Under our Constitution, when we cast our votes for president, we are actually voting to send electors pledged to our preferred candidate to the Electoral College. In December, the electors in each state meet, cast their votes, and send those votes to Washington. There was only one legitimate slate of electors from each state. On the Sixth day of January, Congress meets in a joint session to count those votes, and the winner of the Electoral College vote becomes the president. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS): Secretary Raffensburger, thank you for being here today. You've been a public servant in Georgia since 2015, serving first as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives, and then since January 2019, as Georgia Secretary of State as a self described conservative Republican. Is it fair to say that you wanted President Trump to win the 2020 election? Brad Raffensperger: Yes, it is. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Secretary Raffensperger, did Joe Biden win the 2020 presidential election in Georgia and by what margin? Brad Raffensperger: President Biden carried the state of Georgia by approximately 12,000 votes. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA): Bear in mind as we discuss this call today that by this point in time, early January, the election in Georgia had already been certified. But perhaps more important, the President of the United States had already been told repeatedly by his own top Justice Department officials that the claims he was about to make to you about massive fraud in Georgia were completely false. 06/16/22 Select Committee Hearing June 16, 2022 House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol Witnesses: Greg Jacob, Former Counsel to Vice President Mike Pence J. Michael Luttig, Retired judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and informal advisor to Mike Pence Julie Radford, Former Chief of Staff for Ivanka Trump Eric Herschmann, Former White House Senior Advisor Nicholas Luna, Former Assistant to President Trump Gen. Keith Kellogg, Former National Security Advisor to VP Pence Clips 16:45 Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS): Greg Jacob was Counsel to Vice President Pence. He conducted a thorough analysis of the role of the Vice President in the Joint Session of Congress under the Constitution, the Electoral Count Act, and 230 years of historical practice. But he also has firsthand information about the attack on the Capitol because he lived through it. He was with the Vice President and his own life was in danger. 31:05 Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Eastman was, at the time, a law professor at Chapman University Law School. He prepared a memo outlining the nonsensical theory that the Vice President could decide the outcome of the election at the Joint Session of Congress on January 6. 32:50 Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): Dr. Eastman himself admitted in an email that the fake electors had no legal weight. Referring to the fake electors as, quote "dead on arrival in Congress" end quote, because they did not have a certification from their States. 46:40 Greg Jacob: We had a constitutional crisis in 1876 because in that year, multiple slates of electors were certified by multiple slates [sic]. And when it came time to count those votes, the antecedent question of "which ones?" had to be answered. That required the appointment of an independent commission. That commission had to resolve that question. And the purpose of the Electoral Count Act of 1887 had been to resolve those latent ambiguities. Now I'm in complete agreement with Judge Luttig. It is unambiguous that the Vice President does not have the authority to reject electors. There is no suggestion of any kind that it does. There is no mention of rejecting or objecting to electors anywhere in the 12th amendment. And so the notion that the Vice President could do that certainly is not in the text. But the problem that we had and that John Eastman raised in our discussions was, we had all seen that in Congress in 2000, in 2004, in 2016, there had been objections raised to various states. And those had even been debated in 2004. And so, here you have an Amendment that says nothing about objecting or rejecting. And yet we did have some recent practice of that happening within the terms of the Electoral Count Act. So we started with that. 1:20:45 Greg Jacob: He again tried to say, but I don't think the courts will get involved in this. They'll invoke the political question doctrine and so if the courts stay out of it, that will mean that we'll have the 10 days for the States to weigh in and resolve it. And then, you know, they'll send back the Trump slates of electors, and the people will be able to accept that. I expressed my vociferous disagreement with that point, I did not think that this was a political question. Among other things, if the courts did not step in to resolve this, there was nobody else to resolve it. You would be in a situation where you have a standoff between the President of the United States and, counterfactually, the Vice President of the United States saying that we've exercised authorities that, Constitutionally, we think we have by which we have deemed ourselves the winners of the election. You would have an opposed House and Senate disagreeing with that. You would have State legislatures that, to that point, I mean, Republican leaders across those legislatures had put together, had put out statements, and we collected these for the Vice President as well, that the people had spoken in their States and that they had no intention of reversing the outcome of the election. We did receive some signed letters that Mr. Eastman forwarded us by minorities of leaders in those States, but no State had any legislative house that indicated that added any interest in it. So you would have had just a an unprecedented Constitutional jump ball situation with that standoff. And as I expressed to him, that issue might well then have to be decided in the streets. Because if we can't work it out politically, we've already seen how charged up people are about this election. And so it would be a disastrous situation to be in. So I said, I think the courts will intervene. I do not see a commitment in the Constitution of the question, whether the Vice President has that authority to some other actor to resolve there. There's arguments about whether Congress and the Vice President jointly have a Constitutional commitment to generally decide electoral vote issues. I don't think that they have any authority to object or reject them. I don't see it in the 12th Amendment, but nonetheless. And I concluded by saying, "John, in light of everything that we've discussed, can't we just both agree that this is a terrible idea?" And he couldn't quite bring himself to say yes to that. But he very clearly said, "Well, yeah, I see we're not going to be able to persuade you to do this." And that was how the meeting concluded. Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA): We understand that the Vice President started his day on January 4 with a rally in Georgia for the Republican candidates in the US Senate runoff. When the Vice President returned to Washington, he was summoned to meet with the President regarding the upcoming Joint Session of Congress. Mr. Jacob, during that meeting between the President and the Vice President, what theories did Dr. Eastman present regarding the role of the Vice President in counting the electoral votes? Greg Jacob: During the meeting on January 4, Mr. Eastman was opining there were two legally viable arguments as to authorities that the Vice President could exercise two days later on January 6. One of them was that he could reject electoral votes outright. The other was that he could use his capacity as Presiding Officer to suspend the proceedings and declare essentially a 10-day recess during which States that he deemed to be disputed, there was a list of five to seven states, the exact number changed from conversation to conversation, but that the Vice President could sort of issue and demand to the State Legislatures in those States to re-examine the election and declare who had won each of those States. So he said that both of those were legally viable options. He said that he did not recommend, upon questioning, he did not recommend what he called the "more aggressive option," which was reject outright, because he thought that that would be less politically palatable. The imprimatur of State Legislature authority would be necessary to ultimately have public acceptance of an outcome in favor of President Trump. And so he advocated that the preferred course of action would be the procedural route of suspending the Joint Session and sending the election back to the States. And again, the Vice President's first instinct here is so decisive on this question, there's just no way that the framers of the Constitution who divided power and authority, who separated it out, who had broken away from George III, and declared him to be a tyrant, there was no way that they would have put in the hands of one person, the authority to determine who was going to be President of the United States. And then we went to history. We examined every single electoral vote count that had happened in Congress since the beginning of the country. And critically, no Vice President, in 230 years of history, had ever claimed to have that kind of authority, hadn't claimed authority to reject electoral votes, had not claimed authority to return electoral votes back to the States. In the entire history of the United States, not once had a Joint Session, ever returned electoral votes back to the States to be counted. So the history was absolutely decisive. And again, part of my discussion with Mr. Eastman was, if you were right, don't you think Al Gore might have liked to have known in 2000, that he had authority to just declare himself President of the United States? Did you think that the Democrat lawyers just didn't think of this very obvious quirk that he could use to do that? And of course, he acknowledged Al Gore did not and should not have had that authority at that point in time. So at the conclusion of the meeting on the 4th, the President had asked that our office meet with Mr. Eastman the next day to hear more about the positions he had expressed at that meeting, and the Vice President indicated that....offered me up as his counsel, to fulfill that duty. We had an extended discussion an hour and a half to two hours on January 5. What most surprised me about that meeting was that when Mr. Eastman came in, he said, "I'm here to request that you reject the electors." So on the 4th, that had been the path that he had said, "I'm not recommending that you do that." But on the 5th, he came in and expressly requested that. Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA): Mr. Jacob did you, Mr. Short, and the Vice President have a call later that day, again, with the President and Dr. Eastman? Greg Jacob: So, yes, we did. Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA): And what did Dr. Eastman requested on that call? Greg Jacob: On that phone call, Mr. Eastman stated that he had heard us loud and clear that morning, we were not going to be rejecting electors. But would we be open to considering the other course that we had discussed on the 4th, which would be to suspend the Joint Session and request that State Legislatures reexamine certification of the electoral votes? Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA): Trump issued a statement claiming the Vice President had agreed that he could determine the outcome of the election, despite the fact that the Vice President had consistently rejected that position. Mr. Jacob, how did the Vice President's team reacts to the stat

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The James Altucher Show
How to Thrive in our Modern Work World with a 70,000-year-old brain! | Martin Seligman, Ph.D. & Gabriella Rosen Kellerman, M.D.

The James Altucher Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 79:45


Gabriella Rosen Kellerman, M.D., has served as chief product officer and chief innovation officer at BetterUp, founding CEO of LifeLink, and an advisor to healthcare, coaching, and behavior change technology companies. Martin Seligman, Ph.D. is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, director of the Positive Psychology Center, and former president of the American Psychological Association. Together, they join James today to discuss their new book, Tomorrowmind.Tomorrowmind tackles the challenges of thriving in our modern world of work with a 70,000-year-old brain. How can we not only survive but flourish amidst the never-ending cycles of change and unprecedented uncertainty that threatens to drown us daily?Drawing from their original research, Kellerman and Seligman outline five critical skills that today's professionals need to develop to achieve their potential. They offer guidance for organizational leaders looking to arm their workforce with the capabilities that will future-proof their firm's success.------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book Skip the Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook

The Common Man Progrum
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The Common Man Progrum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 28:23


Common & Lil' B vs Rosen & Kriesel

Totally Beverages
EP38! Brooklyn Brewery Special Effects NA Beer [TBASHLIVE]

Totally Beverages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 70:41


RoRo & JoJo jump into Dry January with the BROOKLYN BREWERY SPECIAL EFFECTS NON-ALCOHOLIC VARIETY PACK! They talk about their holiday bev booty, get their resolutions in check with some big Manifestation Board moves, and check on RoRo's short-term memory, plus the Rap Contest comes to a close, and SO much more!

Obsessed With The Best w/ Alex & Tina
Ep.502 Casting Director Rose Rosen On Advice For Actors, Authentic Jewish Casting, & Growing Up As The Child Of Holocaust Survivors

Obsessed With The Best w/ Alex & Tina

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 55:48


This week, we sit down with casting director and host Rose Rosen, who tells us about her big break casting for the iconic film “Edward Scissorhands”, gives helpful auditioning tips for actors, and breaks down what casting directors are REALLY looking for in a headshot. Plus, she shares the story of her parents who survived the Holocaust, why it's so important to educate ourselves on Jewish history, and what she wants us to know about the Jewish culture. Follow us on: Instagram: @obsessedwiththebestpod YouTube: Obsessed With The Best TikTok: @obsessedwiththebestpod Take advantage of our discount codes! BetterHelp Use code: OBSESSED at checkout for 10% off your first month of virtual therapy! www.betterhelp.com Ombre Lab Use code: OBSESSED at checkout for $30 off your first at-home gut health test! www.ombrelab.com Let's Get Checked Use Code: OBSESSED25 at checkout for 25% off your at-home healthcare test! www.letsgetchecked.com BeautyCounter Shop with us at beautycounter.com/obsessed and we'll gift you free beauty samples with your purchase! For first-time shoppers, enter code: CLEANFORALL20 at checkout for 20% off your first order! K.Ferrara Color Use code: OBSESSED15 for 15% off your clean nail polish or hand cream order! www.kferraracolor.com Shop Obsessed With The Best Merch! https://obsessed-with-the-best.creator-spring.com/ Contact us at obsessedwiththebestpod@gmail.com with any questions, comments, and product or guest suggestions! Support us by supporting our host network, DimlyWit Productions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Business Daily
Women, sport and business: Haley Rosen

Business Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 17:27


This year sees one of the biggest global events in women's sport – the Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. It follows a very successful 2022 for the sector with record crowds watching England win the Women's European Championship on home soil, Australia claiming the Women's Rugby League World Cup and in the Women's Africa Cup of Nations, South Africa beat hosts Morrocco to take the title. In Business Daily's series on women, sport and business, we speak to Haley Rosen, a former pro soccer player who now runs the digital sports media company Just Women's Sports. When Haley stopped playing, she realised she couldn't access even basic information about women's sports, including fixtures, scores and all the other statistics available to those following male sports. Haley tells Sam Fenwick how she set up her digital media platform and secured more than $3.5 million in investment. They also discuss what needs to change to make sure female sporting stars are treated on a par with their male counterparts. Presenter: Sam Fenwick Producer: Helen Thomas (Image: Haley Rosen; Credit: Getty Images)

ESO Network – The ESO Network
Drinking with Authors – Episode 287 Linda Rosen

ESO Network – The ESO Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 50:56


Linda Rosen lives with her husband in New Jersey, but when the leaves fall and she has to swap sandals for shoes and socks, they're off to their home in Florida. She is the author of The Disharmony of Silence and Sisters of the Vine, both published by Black Rose Writing. Linda is a member … Drinking with Authors – Episode 287 Linda Rosen Read More » The post Drinking with Authors – Episode 287 Linda Rosen appeared first on The ESO Network.

Drinking With Authors
Episode 288 Literary Briefs Linda Rosen

Drinking With Authors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 25:20


This Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/About the author:Linda Rosen lives with her husband in New Jersey, but when the leaves fall and she has to swap sandals for shoes and socks, they're off to their home in Florida. She is the author of The Disharmony of Silence and Sisters of the Vine, both published by Black Rose Writing. Linda is a member of the Women's Fiction Writers Association and The Women's National Book Association where she is co-coordinator of their Great Group Reads committee and founder of the South Florida chapter. In addition, she is a founding member of The Author Talk Network and an administrator and editor of the Facebook Group, Bookish Road Trip.Website: www.linda-rosen.comAmazon: https://www.amazon.com/Linda-Rosen/e/B085MJYRNC/ref=aufs_dp_fta_dskInstagram: www.instagram.com/lindarosenauthorFacebook: www.facebook.com/lindarosenauthorDiscount Code: DWA10Music by Jam HansleyFollow Us and Buy Our Books!Website: https://4horsemenpublications.com/All Social Media: @DrinkingWithAuthorsThis Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10Skunk Brothers Spirits was started by a family of disabled veterans focused on locally-sourced, quality distilled spirits. The Washington-based team is building on their grandfather's prohibition-era moonshine recipe to bring small batch spirits to the Gorge and beyond!

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
One teen dies and one survives after falling in partially frozen lake

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 10:34


Sherry Rosen had a feeling something bad would happen when she spotted five kids playing by the bank of Ellison Lake Wednesday evening. As she left for dinner around 5 p.m., Rosen called Kennesaw police after she saw one of the teenagers had walked onto the ice at the edge of the lake. When she got back home at 7 PM she saw dozens of fire trucks and police cars, and knew her worst fears had come true. Two 16-year-olds had fallen through the ice in the lake. While rescue personnel were able to successfully save one teen, the other died, Cobb Fire confirmed Thursday. According to Officer David Buchanan, a Kennesaw Police Department spokesperson, officers were dispatched to the scene around 5:09 p.m. Wednesday, arriving at approximately 5:20 p.m. Kennesaw police and Cobb County police were able to rescue one of the teens from the water before Cobb County Fire arrived, according to the fire department. But the second teen was not located and pulled from the water until approximately 6:50 p.m. Rescuers attempted to resuscitate on the bank of the lake before transporting him to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Four rescue personnel were treated for cold exposure, Cobb Fire said, and have been released from medical care. Surface water temperatures at Ellison Lake were recorded as low as 28 degrees, and rescuers were in the water for up to an hour and 20 minutes, according to Cobb Fire. One rescuer was taken to the hospital for hypothermia treatment, and another suffered abrasions during rescue efforts. Sheltering Grace Ministry, a nonprofit which provides services to pregnant mothers experiencing homelessness, is relocating its headquarters to Cobb County. The group announced this week it has sold its East Point location and will soon welcome clients to a new office on Franklin Gateway. An open house for the office is scheduled for next month. In operation for the last 16 years, Sheltering Grace Ministry says its aim is to provide shelter and support for homeless pregnant women, including life skills training to help women emerge from poverty. The organization is currently in the process of obtaining a new property where it can build a series of small homes to house expecting mothers, per a news release. Currently, Sheltering Grace Ministry has six staff and board members along with a team of volunteers. The open house at the new Marietta location will be held from 12 to 6 p.m. on January 16, at 1180 Franklin Gateway, Suite 100, near Delk Road. Most bills the General Assembly passes each year take effect on July 1. But a smattering of new laws enacted during the 2022 legislative session will kick in this Sunday, Jan. 1, including a bill making it easier for food trucks to do business and several new or expanded tax credits. The food truck legislation does away with a current requirement in Georgia law that food truck operators obtain a permit and inspection in every county where they do business. While the tax credit bills technically became effective last summer, they don't really become reality until New Year's Day, the beginning of the tax year. Three of the measures create new income tax credits. House Bill 424 will provide a tax credit to Georgia taxpayers who contribute to nonprofit organizations that help foster children about to age out of the foster care system. More than 700 young men and women age out of the system each year. Senate Bill 361, which was championed by Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan, will provide a dollar-for-dollar income tax credit on contributions to public safety initiatives in the taxpayer's community. Law enforcement agencies will be able to use the money for police officer salary supplements, to purchase or maintain department equipment and/or to establish or maintain a co-responder program.  Senate Bill 87, the Jack Hill Veterans' Act, honors the late state Sen. Jack Hill of Reidsville, who died in 2020. It provides income tax credits in exchange for contributions to scholarships for service-disabled veterans through the Technical College System of Georgia Foundation. Another bill that will take effect on Sunday, Senate Bill 332, also known as the Inform Consumers Act, is aimed at preventing criminals from selling goods stolen from retail stores on any online marketing platform. It establishes financial and contact information requirements for high-volume sellers to online marketplaces and requires such platforms to establish an option for consumers to report suspicious activity. Pebblebrook High School's marching band is in New Orleans for one of college football's marquee matchups this weekend. The Mighty Marching Machine is one of the bands invited to play the Sugar Bowl contest between Alabama and Kansas State. Led by Director Eulas Kirtdoll, the band is performing in both the parade and game Saturday afternoon. The band reported on Facebook Thursday they'd loaded up their buses before dawn (call time was 4 a.m.) to make the trek down south. Later that day, they said they'd arrived safely in the Big Easy and were gearing up for Saturday's showcase after performing at Jackson Square downtown. After fundraising for months in the lead-up to the weekend, the band was helped along by a $15,000 donation from Atlanta's Witherite Law Group. This isn't the school's first rodeo on the national stage. In 2018, the band trekked to Chicago to perform in the city's Thanksgiving parade. The parade was yesterday, processing down Decatur Street along New Orleans' French Quarter and ending at Canal Street. The Sugar Bowl, meanwhile, will kick off at noon today and will be broadcasted on ESPN.   A procession of cars snaked down Ben King Road in Kennesaw Wednesday night as dozens of families came to revel in holiday lights. With hundreds of thousands of lights twinkling in the darkness, Lights of Joy remains one of Cobb's best light shows — including a tunnel of lights for holiday photo-ops. Lights of Joy can be found at 1510 Ben King Road and has been open every night from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m., with free admission. Its final night will be January 1, New Year's Day.   Amani Johnson scored 15 points to break the Kennesaw State Division I career scoring record as the Owls raced past Coastal Georgia 109-53 on Thursday at the KSU Convocation Center. Johnson, who broke the mark previously held by Alexis Poole, finished with her first double-double of the season, also dishing out a career-high 13 assists. The Owls also set a program record for points as six players finished the night in double-digits. Jah'Che Whitfield had a game-high 19 points, Bre'Lyn Snipes scored a career-best 16 points, Lyndsey Whilby and Keyarah Berry chipped in 11 points each and Stacie Jones added 10. The Owls will be back in action Monday as they face the Eastern Kentucky University Colonels. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.            https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/  https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/           Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group   For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com                      See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AUSTRIA IST ÜBERALL
#47 BULGARIEN – von Rosenöl und Kirschen

AUSTRIA IST ÜBERALL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 29:03


In Folge 47 geht es zum Jahreswechsel nach Bulgarien zum WKÖ-Wirtschaftsdelegierten Philippe Kupfer. Philippe lebt in der Hauptstadt Sofia und erzählt uns in dieser Folge, was es mit dem kostbaren Rosenöl auf sich hat, was uns Österreicherinnen und Österreicher mit Bulgarien verbindet und auch, wo die russische Kultur Einfluss auf Bulgarien nimmt. Du hast Feedback oder eine Frage für eine unserer nächsten Reisen? Schicke uns jetzt ein Mail an podcast@wko.at WKÖ-Wirtschaftsdelegierter: Philippe Kupfer Moderation und Produktion: Christoph Hahn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/philippe-giuseppe-k-4828bb1b7/ Mehr auf www.wko.at/aussenwirtschaft/bulgarien Jetzt Videos der AUSSENWIRTSCHAFT AUSTRIA auf www.lookaut.tv Road to Success: https://schaffenwir.wko.at/roadtosuccess https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRL7CRmGXKgEcqxP6jQ0phOl1BxeGDuEj

Tech Refactored
Copyright Law and Computer Software

Tech Refactored

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 41:39


Zvi Rosen, Professor at the Southern Illinois University School of Law, joins Gus to discuss copyright law. Rosen, a copyright expert, shares some history on copyright law before turning to the main focus of the conversation: how copyright law applies to computer software.Follow Zvi Rosen on Twitter @zvisrosenFollow Gus Hurwitz on Twitter @GusHurwitzFollow NGTC on Twitter @UNL_NGTCLinksNebraska Governance and Technology Center

Drinking With Authors
Episode 287 Linda Rosen

Drinking With Authors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 50:56


This Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/About the author:Linda Rosen lives with her husband in New Jersey, but when the leaves fall and she has to swap sandals for shoes and socks, they're off to their home in Florida. She is the author of The Disharmony of Silence and Sisters of the Vine, both published by Black Rose Writing. Linda is a member of the Women's Fiction Writers Association and The Women's National Book Association where she is co-coordinator of their Great Group Reads committee and founder of the South Florida chapter. In addition, she is a founding member of The Author Talk Network and an administrator and editor of the Facebook Group, Bookish Road Trip.Website: www.linda-rosen.comAmazon: https://www.amazon.com/Linda-Rosen/e/B085MJYRNC/ref=aufs_dp_fta_dskInstagram: www.instagram.com/lindarosenauthorFacebook: www.facebook.com/lindarosenauthorDiscount Code: DWA10Music by Jam HansleyFollow Us and Buy Our Books!Website: https://4horsemenpublications.com/All Social Media: @DrinkingWithAuthorsThis Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10Skunk Brothers Spirits was started by a family of disabled veterans focused on locally-sourced, quality distilled spirits. The Washington-based team is building on their grandfather's prohibition-era moonshine recipe to bring small batch spirits to the Gorge and beyond!

The Common Man Progrum
The Royal Rosen Wedding! Common Man Progrum HOUR 3

The Common Man Progrum

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 51:35


The Royal Rosen Wedding -- Jaguars Win Streak -- Rudy Gobert

Totally Beverages
EP37! Buzzball Xmas #1 [TBASHLIVE]

Totally Beverages

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 101:09


t's the 1st Annual TBASH BUZZBALL XMAS!!!! We're deckin' the pod with Balls a-Buzzin' and you can join us LIVE! Buzzballs will be opened, Buzzballs will be chugged? Surprises aplenty are in store for you and RoRo & JoJo too, with Special Special Special appearances  by some of our TBASH fam!

The Word of Life Podcast
Crystal Rosen

The Word of Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 44:21


FROM THE ARCHIVE - This series of episodes this week were recorded during Advent 2020. They are awesome conversations about Christmas and Christ and getting to know folks you worship with at Word of Life. Enjoy! For more information, check out wordoflifemn.com.

The ESOP Podcast
Winter Wonderland 001: Corey Rosen, The NCEO Founder and Coauthor of "Ownership"

The ESOP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 54:53


Welcome to the ESOP Podcast's Winter Wonderland, where we take the opportunity to revisit some of our favorite episodes. We're going to start off with Corey Rosen, founder of The National Center for Employee Ownership (www.nceo.org), who opened up season six for us talking about his book with coauthor John Case, "Ownership: Reinventing Companies, Capitalism, and Who Owns What." You can purchase the book now at employee-owned Raven Bookstore here: www.ravenbookstore.com/book/9781523000821 Further show notes, and all of our past episodes, are available on our website at https://www.theesoppodcast.com/post/winter-wonderland-001-corey-rosen-the-nceo-founder-and-coauthor-of-ownership

Jewish History Soundbites
Holy Crown in Brownsville: The Life & Times of Rav Moshe Rosen

Jewish History Soundbites

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 40:10 Very Popular


Rav Moshe Rosen - the Nezer Hakodesh (c.1870-1957) was an early leader of American orthodoxy. Having served as a communal rabbi in Lithuania for three decades, he was the one who discovered the Chazon Ish as a young man in the town of Chveidan. In the late 1920's he immigrated to the United States and settled in Brownsville. He served as the first rosh yeshiva of Torah Vodaath, and later served as a rabbi in Brownsville, whilst continuing to author his multi volume Nezer Hakodesh and other works. He served at the helm of the Agudath Harabbonim and was involved in many early initiatives of Jewish education during his thirty years in a leadership position of American Orthodoxy.    For sponsorship opportunities about your favorite topics of Jewish history contact Yehuda at:  yehuda@yehudageberer.com   Subscribe To Our Podcast on:  PodBean: https://jsoundbites.podbean.com/ Follow us on Twitter or Instagram at @Jsoundbites You can email Yehuda at yehuda@yehudageberer.com

Ex Terra: The Journal of Space Commerce
Checking Up on Space Commerce for the Week of December 19

Ex Terra: The Journal of Space Commerce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 6:01


The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and the UK Government are launching a new project to enhance international expertise in the registration of space objects. The multi-year project strengthens an already solid foundation of joint efforts between the partners covering topics such as space sustainability and climate action. The United Nations Register of Objects Launched into Outer Space is a treaty-based mechanism which promotes transparency in outer space activities. Since the beginning of the space age, more than 14,000 satellites have been launched, and 85 percent of them have been registered with the UN. UNOOSA has received over 2,000 satellite registrations in 2022 alone and potentially 100,000 satellites could be launched over the next decade. ------------ NASA has selected Rocket Lab to provide the launch service for the agency's TROPICS mission. TROPICS is the Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation Structure and Storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats. It is part of the NASA's Venture-class Acquisition of Dedicated and Rideshare ... or VADR ... launch services contract. Rocket Lab is one of 13 companies NASA selected for VADR contracts in 2022, which are managed by NASA's Launch Services Program based at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. As part of VADR, the fixed-price indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts have a five-year ordering period with a maximum total value of $300 million across all contracts. The TROPICS mission consists of four CubeSats intended for two low-Earth orbital planes and is part of NASA's Earth System Science Pathfinder Program. Rocket Lab will launch the TROPICS satellites into their operational orbits during a 60-day period no earlier than May 1 of next year, enabling NASA to provide observations during the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season. ---------------- According to Frost & Sullivan‘s recent report, Global Satellite Propulsion Solutions Market, commercial and private end-user satellite constellations generate a steady demand for propulsion systems because they provide communications and satellite imaging. The global market is expected to reach $216.32 billion by 2031, up from $93.33 billion in 2021, representing a compound annual growth rate of 8.7 percent. ---------------- Retired US Air Force Colonel Lee Rosen is the newest member of the founding team of ThinkOrbital, a start-up scalable space infrastructure company. The former SpaceX VP of Mission and Launch Operations, and Customer Operations and Integration, Rosen spent over a decade involved in more than 150 successful missions at SpaceX.

Bin weg bouldern
Climbing History - a Talk with Book Author Zofia Reych

Bin weg bouldern

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 77:26


Let's make you a little bit smarter about the history of the sport you are doing! Let's talk about climbing history, with Zofia Reych. They have written a book about climbing history - although it's not the typical kind of history book that you would expect. Zofia connects for example social questions and historical facts with the climbing history and also tells their own climbing history in the book. And you will learn how the sport became what it is today. So have fun with the talk with Zofia and if you like - read the book! It's called “Born to Climb: From rock climbing pioneers to Olympic athletes” Cover picture by Andy Day / @kiellgram +Shownotes + Zofia Reych on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upthatrock/?hl=de The book “Born to Climb: From rock climbing pioneers to Olympic athletes” https://www.adventurebooks.com/products/born-to-climb Zofias booklist: MacFarlane, R., “Mountains of the Mind: A History of a Fascination”, Granta, 2003 https://www.thalia.de/shop/home/artikeldetails/A1046569737?utm_source=www.billiger.de&utm_medium=PSM&ProvID=11002841&pup_e=5664&pup_cid=406307&pup_id=A1046569737&soluteclid=b674cc1f1806438bbad051283c78b6b1 Stephen, L., “The Playground of Europe”, Longmans, Green & Co., 1907 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/buch_kartoniert/leslie_stephen-playground_of_europe_the-2915390-produkt-details.html?tduid=16814faba0a4459f252b5a935bf942aa&utm_source=trd&utm_medium=af&partner=tradedoubler&*_td_*KEEP_NEWEST Dowling, C., “The Frailty Myth”, Random House, 2008 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/taschenbuch/colette_dowling-the_frailty_myth-3358601-produkt-details.html?tduid=16814faba0a4459f252b5a935bf942aa&utm_source=trd&utm_medium=af&partner=tradedoubler&adCode=520R10G22A11P&utm_content=Lkg Pilley, D., Climbing Days, Harcourt Brace, 1935 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/taschenbuch/dorothy_pilley-climbing_days-15023938-produkt-details.html Spence, M., D., "Dispossessing the Wilderness: Indian Removal and the Making of the National Parks", Oxford University Press, 2000 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/taschenbuch/mark_david_spence-dispossessing_the_wilderness_indian_removal_and_the_making_of_the_national_parks-3601349-produkt-details.html Dawes, J., "Full of Myself: Johnny Dawes", Johnny Dawes Books, 2011 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/buch_gebunden/johnny_dawes-full_of_myself-18135321-produkt-details.html Hill, L., Child, G., “Climbing Free: My Life in the Vertical World”, W. W. Norton & Company, 2002 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/taschenbuch/lynn_hill-climbing_free_my_life_in_the_vertical_world-2192001-produkt-details.html Burgman, J., “High Drama: The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of American Competition Climbing”, Triumph Books, 2020 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/taschenbuch/john_burgman-high_drama_the_rise_fall_and_rebirth_of_american_competition_climbing-37705907-produkt-details.html Bourdieau, P., Sport and Social Class, SAGE Journals, 1978 https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/053901847801700603?journalCode=ssic Smart, D., “Paul Preuss: Lord of the Abyss: Life and Death at the Birth of Free-Climbing”, Rocky Mountain Books, 2019 https://www.hugendubel.de/de/buch_gebunden/david_smart-paul_preuss_lord_of_the_abyss_life_and_death_at_the_birth_of_free_climbing-37040482-produkt-details.html Zofias movie list: Valley Uprising, Mortimer, P., Rosen, N., Sender Film Productions, USA, 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o86TpaSBcWw "E Pericoloso Sporgersi", Nicod, R., France, 1985 https://www.mntnfilm.com/en/film/e-pericoloso-sporgersi-1985 “La Dura Dura”, Lowell, J., Big Up Productions, Sender Films, USA, 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtqkA8lZquE “The Story of the Indian Face: the UK's First E9 Climb”, teamBMC, accessed 20.03.2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMX4NAw0NSE Magst du mich bei meiner Podcast-Arbeit unterstützen? Damit ich meine Arbeit machen kann gibt es auf der Plattform Steady ein Crowdfunding. Here is the link to my Steady crowdfunding: https://steadyhq.com/de/binwegbouldern

Cup of Joe
Amy Niver Returns to talk about our Starting Line & Starting Line Plus Seed Treatment

Cup of Joe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 28:13


Watch the video version here: https://youtu.be/JF3fzJZk3e8On this episode:

Totally Beverages
EP36 RoRo & JoJo vs. Ginger Ale (Round 2 [TBASHLIVE]

Totally Beverages

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 61:14


This week we revisit an old friend… GINGER ALE! Can these spicy bubbles bring the lads back to life? Plus A BIG HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT! Visit us @tbashlive for all the details! https://linktr.ee/tbashlive

Totally Beverages
EP35! FANCLUBWALLET vs. Liquid I.V. [TBASHLIVE]

Totally Beverages

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 60:17


This week Singer/Bassist/EarWormMaker, FANCLUBWALLET heads to the hospital with the guys to see if Liquid I.V. can cure all their ailments.