"Alles klar auf der Andrea Doria" sang Udo Lindenberg und meinte trügerische Sicherheit. Denn auf dem Luxusliner "Andrea Doria" war nur eines klar, als er 1956 ein anderes Schiff rammte: dass er untergehen würde. Wer mit seinem Namen Pate stand für den Stolz der italienischen Transatlantik-Linie, das wissen heute nur noch die Wenigsten. Autor: Ralph Erdenberger
Caroline Schiff, the pastry chef at Brooklyn hot spot Gage & Tollner, joins us to share what she's making and baking for Hanukkah, one of her favorite holidays. She also shares the story behind her debut cookbook, The Sweet Side of Sourdough: 50 Irresistible Recipes For Pastries, Buns, Cakes, Cookies, and More, and how her signature dessert at Gage & Tollner, the Baked Alaska, became such a hit. Thank you to Kerrygold for supporting our show. Check out their Holiday Calm program at KerrygoldUSA.com. Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Newsstand Studios at Rockefeller Center in New York City.For transcripts, past episodes, and more, visit cherrybombe.com.
Covid crashes market again with new Omicron Strain. Dow suffers its worst drop since Covid lockdowns started. Investors choose Euro and Swiss Franc over US Dollar as safe haven. Markets begin pricing out rate hikes that they previously priced in. Smart money dumps crypto while dumb money buys the dips. Thanks Tru Niagen. Save 10% on your first purchase at https://truniagen.com/peter with code PETER Mene's 24k gold jewelry is giving my listeners 5% off their purchase at https://mene.com/?promo=schiff Use promo code "SCHIFF" at checkout. Offer expires December 2nd, 2021. INVEST LIKE ME: https://schiffradio.com/invest RATE AND REVIEW on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeterSchiff/reviews/ SIGN UP FOR MY FREE NEWSLETTER: https://www.europac.com/ Schiff Gold News: http://www.SchiffGold.com/news Buy my newest book at http://www.tinyurl.com/RealCrash Follow me on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Instagram: https://Instagram.com/PeterSchiff
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Dienstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.US-Regierung warnt wegen Corona-Lage vor Reisen nach Deutschland Aufgrund der hohen Corona-Infektionsraten sprechen die USA eine Reisewarnung für Deutschland und Dänemark aus. Die Seuchenschutzbehörde CDC und das Außenministerium in Washington heben ihre Empfehlung auf "Stufe vier: sehr hoch" an und raten Amerikanern von Reisen in die europäischen Länder ab. Für andere derzeit schwer von der Pandemie betroffene Staaten in Europa gilt bereits die Warnstufe vier, darunter sind Belgien, Kroatien, Ungarn, Österreich und die Niederlande. Frankreichs Premier positiv auf Coronavirus getestet Der französische Premierminister Jean Castex hat sich nach einem positiven Corona-Test in Quarantäne begeben. Die Agenda des Premiers werde so angepasst, dass er seine Aktivitäten während seiner zehntägigen Isolation fortsetzen könne, teilte sein Büro mit. Castex hatte am Montagvormittag seinen belgischen Amtskollegen, Alexander De Croo, in Brüssel getroffen. Dieser begab sich ebenfalls in Selbstisolation. Auch in Frankreich steigt die Zahl der Corona-Infektionen derzeit stark an. In dem Land sind fast 75 Prozent der Menschen vollständig gegen COVID-19 geimpft. USA verhängen weitere Nord-Stream-Sanktionen Die USA haben im Zusammenhang mit der umstrittenen Ostsee-Gaspipeline Nord Stream 2 weitere Sanktionen verhängt. Betroffen seien das mit Russland in Verbindung stehende Unternehmen Transadria und dessen Schiff "Merlin", teilte das Außenministerium in Washington mit. Damit seien inzwischen acht Personen oder Einrichtungen sowie 17 Schiffe mit Sanktionen belegt. Außenminister Antony Blinken betonte, die neuen Strafen stünden im Einklang mit dem Widerstand der US-Regierung gegen die Pipeline, die Gas unter Umgehung der Ukraine von Russland nach Deutschland bringen soll. Fed-Chef Powell für zweite Amtszeit nominiert US-Präsident Joe Biden hat den Chef der Notenbank Federal Reserve (Fed), Jerome Powell, für eine zweite Amtszeit nominiert. Das teilte das Weiße Haus in Washington mit. Der 68-jährige Powell führt die Notenbank der weltgrößten Volkswirtschaft seit Februar 2018. Der damalige Präsident Donald Trump, ein Republikaner, hatte ihn für eine vierjährige Amtszeit nominiert. Unter Powell schwenkte die Fed ab März 2020 wegen der Corona-Krise auf eine extrem lockere Geldpolitik um. Die Ökonomin Lael Brainard, die seit 2014 dem siebenköpfigen Zentralbankrat angehört, soll das Amt der Vize-Fed-Chefin übernehmen. Nach tödlichem Vorfall bei US-Parade: kein terroristischer Hintergrund Der Mann, der im US-Bundesstaat Wisconsin mit einem Auto in einen Weihnachtsumzug raste und dabei fünf Menschen tötete, ist des fünffachen Mordes beschuldigt worden. Der Polizeichef der Stadt Waukesha, Dan Thompson, stellte klar, dass die Ermittler nicht von einem terroristischen Hintergrund ausgehen. Vielmehr sei der festgenommene Autofahrer offenbar nach einem häuslichen Streit geflohen. Der 39-jährige Mann habe mutmaßlich alleine gehandelt, sagte Thompson über den Autofahrer weiter. Mindestens 46 Tote bei Busunglück in Bulgarien Bei einem schweren Busunglück in Bulgarien sind mindestens 46 Menschen ums Leben gekommen. Der Unfall ereignete sich in der Nacht zum Dienstag auf der Struma-Autobahn etwa 40 Kilometer südlich der Hauptstadt Sofia. Unter den Opfern seien auch Kinder. Mehrere Verletzte seien in ein Krankenhaus nach Sofia gebracht worden. Der Bus hatte offenbar kurz nach 2 Uhr morgens aus noch ungeklärten Gründen eine Leitplanke gerammt und sich dann überschlagen. Ersten Erkenntnissen zufolge gab es auch deshalb so wenige Überlebende, weil der Bus in Flammen stand. "Sea-Watch 4" wartet mit fast 500 Migranten auf Anlegeerlaubnis Das deutsche Rettungsschiff "Sea-Watch 4" wartet mit 482 Migranten an Bord auf die Zuweisung eines sicheren Hafens. Wie der Betreiberverein Sea-Watch mitteilte, wurden die Menschen bei insgesamt sieben Einsätzen von seeuntüchtigen Booten aus dem Mittelmeer aufgenommen. Zuletzt seien 107 Menschen aus einem überfüllten Holzboot gerettet worden. Auf der italienischen Insel Lampedusa registrierten die Behörden in der Nacht zu Montag insgesamt fast 350 Menschen, die dort in mehreren Booten ankamen. Vor der Küste Kalabriens rettete Italiens Küstenwache zeitgleich fast 90 Menschen aus Seenot.
Sami and Amanda sit down with Rep. Adam Schiff for a therapeutic conversation about processing the Trump years in light of the congressman's new book. Schiff shares the surreal experience of being the focus of Trump's bullying, from getting recognized in the streets and during a literal insurrection to how his family had fun with Trump's host of nicknames. Finally, he shares some choice words for former Vice President Mike Pence, details the House's steps to ensure accountability for the insurrection thus far, and tells us who should play him in a movie about the Trump administration
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discuss talks between the U.S. and China on Taiwan, Adam Schiff's new probes after Russiagate, combat on the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan, and Eric Adam's controversial police reform in NYC.Guests:Carl Zha - Podcaster, Analyst | China Doubles Down on Taiwan To U.S.Tyler Nixon - Attorney | Adam Schiff Turns to Jan. 6th After Russiagate FlopsMark Sleboda - Security Analyst | Dozens of Armenian Soldiers Killed in Clash With AzerbaijanTed Rall - Political Cartoonist | NYC Mayor-Elect Eric Adams Clashes With Black Lives MatterIn the first hour Carl Zha joined the show to talk about the virtual meeting between Biden and Xi on Monday where China warned the U.S. against encouraging Taiwanese independence saying "those who play with fire will get burned."In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Tyler Nixon for a discussion on Adam Schiff's new series of criminal probes targeting people close to Trump around the January 6th insurrection after his failed Russiagate investigations. We were also joined by Mark Sleboda to discuss Armenia turning to Russia for help in their fight on the border of Azerbaijan.In the third hour Ted Rall joined the conversation to talk about NYC Mayor-elect Eric Adams saying he would reform the NYPD including reinstating plain clothes officers which sparked threats of riots from local Black Lives Matter activists.
Nearly 200 countries are endorsing a new agreement to lower emissions. But a last-minute push by China and India weakened the deal and could hurt poorer nations. POLITICO's Lorraine Woellert reports. Plus, Treasury Secretary Yellen says Covid will determine when inflation eases. And Rep. Schiff says he thinks Steve Bannon's indictment will lead others to comply with the Jan. 6 panel. Lorraine Woellert manages POLITICO's sustainability coverage. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Sign up for POLITICO's 2021 Sustainability Summit
In this interview with Dr. Susan Schiff, we discussed hormones... thyroid, liver, menopause, pregnancy and fertility. Quotes: “There's no cost for me thats prohibitive regarding my health.”"We look at the whole patient."“Patients do the work. We don't fix anybody.”“Menopause is not a disease. It's a transition. You can have a second adolescence.”"You need to do more weight bearing exercises as you get older.""Exercise is really important... not as penance but because it feels amazing and it's fun and you're doing something good for yourself."Dr. Susan Schiff is certified through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as a Diplomate of Acupuncture (Dip.Ac.) and Diplomate of Chinese Herbal Medicine (Dip.CH). Dr. Schiff is also board certified by the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM). She is the author of Fertility Fuel: Create Your Family Without Losing Your Mind, Your Marriage, or Your Money. Click here to purchase Fertility Fuel on Amazon.Click here to visit Dr. Schiff's website.Click here to sign up for Rodsquad's Legacy program. Questions? Email email@example.com. We love hearing from you!
Good Friday to you. This is Pastor Toby Sumpter. Today is Friday, November 12, 2021. This is the CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief. Find all our shows at Crosspolitic.com and download the Fight Laugh Feast App at your favorite app store so you don't miss anything. We are currently suspended by youtube for saying naughty COVID words, and we don't plan to abide by their rules, so even if we are back up on youtube soon, we will probably get sent back to the corner with a dunce cap shortly, so download the APP now and you can get notifications every time new content drops and never miss a show. Supply Chain Woes Continue https://www.dailywire.com/news/supply-chain-crisis-worsens-number-of-ships-off-california-coast-hits-new-record?%3Futm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=dwtwitter There are now 111 container ships waiting to unload in California's ports. For the past several months, shipping vessels delivering consumer goods from Asian markets have idled in the Pacific Ocean as the United States faces labor shortages, creating bottlenecks in key California ports. As a result, retailers and suppliers across the United States are short on inventory to meet consumer demand. Even after action from the Biden administration, more consumer goods than ever remain stranded. As Business Insider reported on Wednesday: According to data from the Marine Exchange, a total of 111 container ships are bobbing at sea around the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, waiting to dock and unload. That breaks the previous record of 108 vessels reported on October 21. The two ports remain clogged despite efforts to speed up the processing of containers amid a surge in consumer demand for goods. The White House announced a shift to an around-the-clock schedule in October and a new looming threat of fines for leaving containers on the docks for several days. Analysts expect that the crisis will endure for the foreseeable future. In a recent Wall Street Journal poll of economists, roughly half cited supply chain bottlenecks as “the biggest threat to economic growth in the next twelve to eighteen months” — with 45% estimating that bottlenecks will not recede until the second half of 2022. Indictment for Russia Collusion https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democrats-probed-russian-interference-steele-dossier-silent Igor Danchenko, a Russian national who lives in Virginia, was charged with five counts of making false statements to the FBI last week. Danchenko is said to be the sub-source for Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer, who compiled the dossier that served as the basis for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act [FISA] warrants against Trump campaign aide Carter Page. [All of this was the basis for claiming that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election.] While a number of fair minded people were asking lots of questions about the accusations of collusion with Russia, almost every Democrat on the Intelligence Committee in 2017 and 2018, when the committee probed Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 elections, strongly defended the dossier. For example, Adam Schiff, now the Intelligence committee's chair, was one of the most vocal voices in Congress in pumping the dossier. While the Republican majority issued subpoenas to get testimony under oath regarding the claims of the dossier, Schiff tweeted: "Unilateral subpoenas issued by House Intel Majority appear to be part of effort to discredit Steele, rather than determine truth of dossier," Schiff tweeted in 2017. Schiff also had this exchange with Rachel Maddow in 2017 on CNBC: https://twitter.com/RepAdamSchiff/status/905468532061700096?s=20 Play Audio: 1:13-2:43 Rachel Maddow: The existence of the dossier is the scandal -- the original sin -- therefore the FBI is participating in some Russian plot. Actually… yes, that's about right, Ms. Maddow. And Hillary Clinton's campaign paid for it. According to the Danchenko indictment, in March, May, June, October and November of 2017, the Russian national made false statements regarding the sources of specific information he provided to a U.K. investigative firm that, in turn, were included in reports prepared by the firm and subsequently passed to the FBI. Speaking of corruption, Kyle Rittenhouse Took the Stand Wednesday and Became Emotional Play audio: 0:00-1:32 While we should be careful to note that mere emotions prove nothing, a great deal of the testimony and evidence would at least seem to indicate that it is not at all obvious that Kyle Rittenhouse is a mass murderer, like an article from the Gospel Coalition claimed. But that didn't stop Lebron James who responded to Rittenhouse getting emotional with this tweet: “What tears????? I didn't see one. Man knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court.” Apparently, Lebron feels the same about the Uyghars in China as well as the people of Hong Kong. Fake tears everybody. Apparently Social Media Agrees with Lebron https://freebeacon.com/media/social-media-companies-suppressed-claims-of-kyle-rittenhouses-innocence/ Social media platforms rendered a verdict on Kyle Rittenhouse long before he went to trial, suppressing claims that he was innocent and blocking users from searching for details of the case. Immediately after the anti-police riots that thrust Rittenhouse into the national spotlight, social media companies began to block users who expressed support for the Illinois teen. Twitter suspended the accounts of users who called Rittenhouse innocent, including the defendant's own lawyer. Facebook said it "designated this shooting as a mass murder and … removed the shooter's accounts from Facebook and Instagram." The platform also blocked searches for "Kyle Rittenhouse." Social media platforms often intervene to suppress posts expressing a particular stance on controversial issues. Both platforms censored news stories about Hunter Biden's laptop in the month before the 2020 election. Facebook blocked a Gold Star mother's criticism of President Joe Biden and suppressed a song that criticized the president. Twitter and Facebook also suspended users who oppose vaccine mandates. The fundraising platform GoFundMe also removed a page set up to support Rittenhouse, which the company said violated its ban on fundraisers involving "the legal defense of alleged crimes associated with hate, violence, harassment, bullying, discrimination, terrorism, or intolerance." GoFundMe supported fundraising for the family of one of Rittenhouse's assailants, Anthony Huber. The site regularly hosts fundraisers for individuals associated with Black Lives Matter. When smaller platforms began raising funds for Rittenhouse, hackers breached the donation lists. News outlets doxxed paramedics and police officers who gave small donations to Rittenhouse's defense. Twitter is still banning or suspending users for supporting Rittenhouse, even as the trial proceeds. Facebook searches for Rittenhouse's name turn up no results. Neither platform responded to requests for comment. Rittenhouse faces six charges, including two counts of homicide, after shooting three men who attacked him during last August's anti-police riots in Kenosha, Wis. His murder trial began on Nov. 1. His defense hopes that videos that show rioters assaulting Rittenhouse will bolster his self-defense claim. Let's just point out that to the extent that the Gospel Coalition represents something of conservative Christianity, Facebook and Twitter are just following their lead. We are supposed to be salt and light, but instead supposedly Bible-believing outlets are publishing hit pieces before the facts are in, joining the lynch mob. But this is not justice, and it is certainly not biblical justice. A Man Who died of Gunshot Wounds is Listed as a COVID Death in New Zealand Play Audio And that's the world we live in. Psalm of the Day: Psalm 30 “O where is the advantage if my blood should be shed? Will dust declare you faithful, can praise come from the dead? O Lord, to me be gracious, and hear me as I've prayed. To you, O Lord, I cry out, O be my help, my aid.” You turned my grief to dancing, from sackcloth set me free. You wrapped me up in gladness; I shall not silent be. Indeed, my soul, my glory, will praise you and adore; O Lord, my God, I'll thank you both now and evermore. Play: 1:21-3:28 Amen! Remember you can always find the links to our news stories and these psalms at crosspolitic dot com – just click on the daily news brief and follow the links. This is Toby Sumpter with Crosspolitic News. 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This episode is sponsored by NordVPN, go to https://nordvpn.com/TMPP and use code TMPP for 73% off + a bonus gift! In this episode of Opposing Views, I was joined by Peter Schiff and Robert Breedlove to discuss Bitcoin. We covered a range of topics like decentralization, the US dollar, and the risks involved with cryptocurrencies becoming increasingly popular. Both guests gave their opinion on whether Bitcoin is better than gold as a value standard - a prickly question because you have to consider, among other things, market forces, security, scarcity, inflation, and the potential for a new financial crisis. Peter Schiff is an American economist, stockbroker, financial commentator, and author. He is one of the few unbiased investment advisors (not committed solely to the short side of the market) to have correctly predicted the current bear market and to have positioned his clients accordingly. He's also renowned for his accurate forecasts on the US stock market and economy, as well as the mortgage meltdown, credit crunch, and subprime debacle. Schiff is the CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc. You may also recognize him as a frequent guest on national news or as the host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast. Robert Breedlove is an ex-hedge fund manager, philosopher, podcaster, and advocate of cryptocurrencies - especially Bitcoin. He describes himself as a freedom maximalist whose mission is to "cast light on the corruption of money." Breedlove is the CEO and founder of Bitcoin consulting firm Parallax Digital. He also hosts the "What is Money?" show, where he engages in deep conversations with some of the world's most prolific thinkers. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to hit subscribe! - Find more Peter Schiff on his Podcast the Peter Schiff Show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIjuLiLHdFxYtFmWlbTGQRQ Also check out his asset management company if you are so inclined, at https://www.epacfunds.com Find more Robert Breedlove on Twitter @breedlove22, and check out his podcast the What Is Money Show at https://www.whatismoneypodcast.com/ ———————————— Show Notes ———————————— [0:00] Intro [02:08] Introducing guest Peter Schiff [06:05] What is the current state of the US Economy? [09:42] Is cryptocurrency partially responsible for the inflation of the US dollar? [13:02] Is there a way to make crypto a practical, spendable currency for the average person? [13:17] “The real case use for any cryptocurrency right now is as a gambling token. People don't buy it to spend it, they buy it as an investment to see it appreciate in value." - Peter Schiff [18:44] Would Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency be a viable solution for a country with an unstable fiat currency to control inflation? [24:44] Exploring the possibility of a gold standard cryptocurrency [27:50] Peter Shiff's advice for people considering Bitcoin as an investment [41:09] What value does Shiff place on the decentralized aspect of Bitcoin's construction, not needing a governing center to regulate supply through inflation [43:05] “People thought they were going to get rich off of beanie babies. Once you get in a bubble you stop seeing reality.” - Peter Schiff [46:52] Wrapping up with first guest Peter Shiff [52:12] This episode is sponsored by NordVPN, go to https://nordvpn.com/TMPP and use code TMPP for 73% off + a bonus gift! [53:51] Introducing the second guest Robert Breedlove [55:12] What Bitcoin is from Breedlove's perspective. Is Bitcoin at a disadvantage not being a physical item like gold, which can be used for its physical properties? [01:01:23] How did we transition from gold to paper money? [01:06:53] Why does Bitcoin not need to backing by something like a gold standard? [01:09:18] History of the US gold standard in the 20th century [01:13:47] Volatility of Bitcoin, a serious problem? [01:17:37] “The complex relationship of humanity to money, this is the one lesson we keep having to learn again painfully. Every three generations we seem to forget that we can't print money to solve our problems.” - Robert Breedlove [01:18:30] What is Robert's stance on the future of Bitcoin? [01:23:18] How can people use Bitcoin effectively for real-life transactions? [01:26:25] What are the fees associated with using Bitcoin networks for transactions? [01:30:05] Robert Breedlove's opinion on the effects of inflation on the US economy in coming years [01:33:50] “Fiat Currency is a pyramid scheme. Those with access to the recently printed money first get rich at the expense of those who get it later and last.” - Robert Breedlove [01:36:32] Examining the possibility of governmental regulation of Bitcoin transactions [01:39:22] Are the beginning stages of Bitcoin really only reasonably accessible to a certain group of people? [01:42:30] How does Breedlove feel about cryptocurrencies like Ethereum? [01:43:07] Wrapping up the episode with Robert Breedlove #MikhailaPetersonPodcast #RobertBreedlove #PeterSchiff #Bitcoin #Crypto
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The issues happening today are not problems. They are the Left's solutions. We know sidewalks are racists so it was only a matter of time before roads would be racist. And Adam Schiff gets the Schiff kicked out of him about the Russia collusion scandal. Follow me on Twitter @RunninFewl Follow me on Parler @DumbassesTalkingPolitics Follow me on Rumble @DumbAssesTalkingPolitics Download or listen to my podcast on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Podcast Addict, Stitcher, YouTube and Rumble. Show notes and blog can be found on: http://www.dumbassestalkingpolitics.com Please Subscribe, Like and Comment!
Like Yogi Berra once said, “It's deja vu all over again.” Yesterday, the roads were racist. Now? It's the term ‘woke.' Alex covers that in today's podcast along with inflation soaring, Aaron Rodgers' apology, Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) explaining her ‘yes' vote for Pres. Biden's 'Build Back Better' plan, China telling the world they'll continue to burn lots of dirty coal, and 'Pencil Neck' Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is handed his lunch on 'The View.' Plus, Alex explains why California governor Gavin Newsom's been hiding? Then our guest, North Carolina doctor and Congressman Greg Murphy (R-NC), joins the conversation on vaccine mandates and the so-called infrastructure bill spending.
The Left remains obsessed with that fact that collusion has to be a part of the Republican playbook and they will be there to catch them in the act. When it is in fact the playbook of the Left that perpetuates the lies they tell on a daily basis to glorify and prop up their agenda and narrative.
What's Trending: A case of mistaken identity leads to a BLM march in Renton, SPS cancels Friday because too many staff took the day off, and the left makes it hard to care for the environment. Big Local: Snohomish county gets into the homeless hotel business, and the Federal Way police officer who was shot in Puyallup is speaking out about the incident. Adam Schiff gets called out for his credibility on The View. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Megyn Kelly is joined by Peter Schiff, global strategist at Euro Pacific Capital and Host of The Peter Schiff Show, to talk about Biden's dysfunctional economy, how inflation is a tax on Americans and hurts Americans on a fixed income, how Biden's massive spending will hurt working class and middle class Americans, "modern monetary policy," what's behind the supply chain crisis, how Schiff predicted the financial collapse of 2008, how America can turn around the economic crisis now, the need to make government smaller, the value of Bitcoin and why Schiff says it's an "imaginary friend," and more.Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
Tonight on the Last Word: The January 6 Select Committee issues six new subpoenas for allies of Donald Trump. Also, Sen. Mitch McConnell is “delighted” that the House voted to pass President Biden's infrastructure bill. Plus, Rep. Paul Gosar is condemned for a violent tweet targeting Democrats. The New York Times reports that Trump could face another grand jury in Georgia. And Sen. Joe Manchin is reportedly pursuing a book deal. Rep. Adam Schiff, Rep. John Yarmuth, Jennifer Gosar, Daniel Goldman and David Corn join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Synopsis OK, here's a cocktail party question for music fans: “What do James Brown, the master of funk, and Soviet symphonic composer Dmitri Shostakovich have in common?” The answer is a piece that premiered on today's date in 1990 at Alice Tully Hall in New York City at a concert by Marin Alsop's Concordia orchestra. The piece is entitled “Stomp,” written by the Seattle-based composer David Schiff. For starters, on the score of “Stomp,” Schiff includes a reference to James Brown's music, instructing the players, “Every instrument is treated like a drum.” Also, during its opening, there's a staccato rhythm based on Brown's iconic tune, “I Feel Good.” And the Shostakovich connection? Well, Schiff confesses to modeling “Stomp” on the opening movement of that composer's Ninth Symphony, right down to a strict imitation of Shostakovich's repeat of the exposition, in sonata-form style. On the origin and subsequent use of “Stomp,” Schiff says: “Marin Alsop conducted one of my pieces at Tanglewood in 1988 and later asked me for a new orchestral piece for her Concordia orchestra; since then, ‘Stomp' has since been played by many orchestras including the LA Philharmonic, who took it to high schools to demonstrate that classical music could be really loud.” Music Played in Today's Program David Schiff (b. 1945) — Stomp (Baltimore Sym; David Zinman, cond.) Argo 444 454-2
Biden nods off at conference. White daughter "born evil" according to history lesson. Safeway cuts hours due to shoplifting. UK bill could send trolls to jail. Candidates sue over ballots mailed to wrong addresses. Schiff attacks Republicans.
* Die Corona-Regeln werden wieder strenger * Auf einem Schiff haben sich viele mit Corona angesteckt * Die Feuerwehr kämpft gegen einen riesigen Waldbrand * Es gibt jetzt ein Ticket für alle Züge und Busse * Die Uhren sind wieder umgestellt worden * In Wien gibt es wieder Weihnachtsmärkte
Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer Prize–winning author Stacy Schiff about her latest work, The Witches. The book examines the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, delving into what precipitated them, and the participants involved. Franklin talks with Schiff about why she wanted to write the book, the challenges involved and the legacy of the trials. Don't forget to subscribe, and visit the Dialogue website for more conversations that matter. Originally Aired: 10/29/2015 The interview is part of Dialogue's series “Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference” and was taped at the 2015 conference. Since 1995, the conference has been bringing together some of the world's most well-known and illuminating authors to discuss literature and life.
Adam Schiff's new book sums up why we need to talk about Donald Trump. Schiff has given us an insider's account of a terrifying moment in American history. The story reads like a novel, but it is all too true. "Midnight in Washington" explains how we almost lost our democracy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Taiwan bestätigt Präsenz von US-Militär auf der Insel Erstmals seit dem Abzug 1979 hat Taiwan die Präsenz von US-Soldaten auf der Insel bestätigt. Präsidentin Tsai Ing-Wen sagte dem US-Sender CNN, eine kleine Zahl von Armeeangehörigen sei zu Ausbildungszwecken präsent. Sie habe Vertrauen, dass die USA die Insel im Falle eines chinesischen Angriffs verteidigen würden. Die Bedrohung nehme jeden Tag zu. Vor einer Woche hatte US-Präsident Joe Biden Taiwan militärischen Beistand gegen China zugesichert. Seit Monaten nimmt der Streit um die Insel, die China als abtrünnige Provinz betrachtet, an Schärfe zu. Corona-Infektionsgeschehen in Deutschland nimmt wieder zu Die Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz bei den erfassten Corona-Infektionen in Deutschland ist sprunghaft auf 130,2 gestiegen. Am Vortag gab das Robert-Koch-Institut sie noch mit 118,0 an. Zuletzt wurden gut 28.000 neue Infektionsfälle gemeldet, fast 12.000 mehr als eine Woche zuvor. Zudem wurden 126 weitere Todesfälle registriert. Der Präsident der Deutschen Krankenhausgesellschaft, Gerald Gaß, warnte vor einer drohenden hohen Auslastung der Intensivstationen. Binnen einer Woche sei die Zahl der Corona-Patienten dort um 15 Prozent gestiegen. In Deutschland sind zwei von drei Menschen vollständig geimpft. Portugal steuert auf Neuwahlen zu In Lissabon ist die Minderheitsregierung mit ihrem Haushaltsentwurf im Parlament gescheitert. Die bisher mit der Sozialistischen Partei von Regierungschef Antonio Costa locker verbündeten linken Parteien und die Kommunisten votierten zusammen mit den konservativen oppositionellen Sozialdemokraten gegen die Budgetpläne für 2022. Costa habe sich zu sehr auf eine Verringerung des Haushaltsdefizits konzentriert. Portugals Präsident Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa kündigte bereits vor der Abstimmung an, dass er eine Neuwahl ansetzen werde, sollten die Etatpläne scheitern. Iran will neue Atomgespräche im November Teheran hat sich nach eigenen Angaben zur Wiederaufnahme der internationalen Gespräche über eine Neuauflage des Atomabkommens bereiterklärt. Diese sollten noch vor Ende November beginnen, schrieb der neue iranische Atom-Unterhändler Ali Bagheri auf Twitter nach einem Treffen mit dem EU-Gesandten Enrique Mora in Brüssel. Ein genaues Datum für die Fortführung der Verhandlungen werde in der kommenden Woche bekanntgegeben. Von Seiten der EU gab es zunächst keine Bestätigung. Seit der Wahl des ultrakonservativen Geistlichen Ebrahim Raisi zum iranischen Präsidenten liegen die Gespräche auf Eis. Heftiger Gegenwind für Sudans Putschisten Nach dem Militärputsch im Sudan haben UN, EU und USA die Wiedereinsetzung des entmachteten Ministerpräsidenten gefordert. Der abgesetzte Abdullah Hamduk werde weiterhin als sudanesischer Regierungschef angesehen, heißt es in einer Erklärung. Die Afrikanische Union teilte mit, die Mitgliedschaft Sudans sei suspendiert, bis die entmachtete Übergangsregierung unter ziviler Führung wiederhergestellt sei. Derweil gingen in Khartum und anderen Städten wieder Tausende Menschen auf die Straße, um gegen den Umsturz zu protestieren. Dabei gab es erneut Zusammenstöße mit Sicherheitskräften. "Geo Barents" hat sicheren Hafen gefunden Das Rettungsschiff "Geo Barents" von Ärzte ohne Grenzen hat mit 367 Menschen, darunter sehr viele Kinder, im sizilianischen Palermo angelegt. Seit dem Wochenende wartete das Schiff auf die Erlaubnis, einen Hafen ansteuern zu dürfen. Unter den im Mittelmeer Geretteten sind nach Angaben der Helfer 172 Minderjährige. Viele von ihnen seien ohne Eltern auf diese gefährliche Überfahrt geschickt worden. Diese hohe Zahl von Kindern ist laut Ärzte ohne Grenzen selbst für erfahrene Seenotretter ungewöhnlich. Die Migranten hoffen auf ein besseres Leben in der Europäischen Union. Gladbach deklassiert Bayern im DFB-Pokal In der zweiten DFB-Pokalrunde ist Rekordmeister und Rekordpokalsieger Bayern München bei Borussia Mönchengladbach mit einer historischen Niederlage gescheitert. Die Bayern verloren 0 zu 5 und damit so hoch wie nie zuvor in diesem Wettbewerb. Es war zugleich der erste Sieg Mönchengladbachs überhaupt gegen den alten Rivalen aus München in einem DFB-Pokal-Spiel. Zwei Achtelfinals in Folge ohne die Münchner hatte es im Pokalwettbewerb zuletzt 1994 und 1995 gegeben.
Joy Reid leads The ReidOut tonight with Trump lawyer John Eastman, who is the expected target of an upcoming subpoena from the committee investigating Jan. 6. Lauren Windsor, creator and executive producer of the political reporting web show TheUndercurrent.tv, joins us with new footage she has recorded of Eastman discussing Jan. 6. Rep. Adam Schiff of the House select committee investigating the Capitol insurrection also joins us with his analysis. Then, Rep. Ro Khanna, deputy whip for the House Progressive Caucus, gives us an update on the status of the Build Back Better plan. Next, Terry McAuliffe, Democratic candidate for governor in Virginia, joins us on the close race he he battling against Trump-backed Republican, Glenn Youngkin, who McAuliffe calls "dangerous." We then turn to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, in which Kenosha County judge, Bruce Schroeder, is causing a controversy by stating that the three men Rittenhouse shot during a Black Lives Matter protest can be labeled rioters, looters or arsonists if the defense can prove it, but they should not be called victims because, he said it is a "loaded" word. All this and much more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Peter Schiff is a well-known American investment broker, author, economic forecaster, and investment advisor. His strategy is strongly influenced by the free-market Austrian School of economics. He is credited with accurately predicting the 2007 housing market collapse and the subsequent 2008 financial crisis in the USA. His expertise in financial matters and economic theory has made him a sought-after speaker and analyst at various forums. His views and predictions have been aired across the spectrum of media including the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, CNN, and Al Jazeera. He also hosts his own radio and television shows and runs a video blog and podcast on financial matters. Schiff started his career as a stockbroker and went on to establish various financial establishments including a brokerage firm and bank. His investment strategy focuses on long-term wealth savings with emphasis on emerging market and commodity-focused investments. He is a strong supporter of the Libertarian Party and contested for the Republican nomination to the 2010 United States Senate elections in Connecticut. Schedule A Free Coaching Call Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Listen on Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Congressman Adam Schiff represents California's 28th Congressional District. In his 11th term in the House of Representatives, Schiff currently serves as the Chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, which oversees the nation's intelligence agencies. In his role as Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Schiff led the first impeachment of Donald J. Trump. Before he served in Congress, he worked as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Los Angeles and as a California State Senator. His new book Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy And Still Could offers a vital inside account of American democracy in its darkest hour, and a warning that the forces of autocracy unleashed by Trump remain as potent as ever.
From March 25, 2017: Between leading the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence's first open hearing on Russian election interference on Monday, and sparring with HPSCI Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes over Nunes's odd escapades regarding possible incidental collection of communications of Trump associates, HPSCI Ranking Member Rep. Adam Schiff has had a busy week. On Tuesday, Lawfare and the Brookings Institution were pleased to host Rep. Schiff for an address on "The Role of Congress in Protecting Liberal Democracy." In conversation with Lawfare's Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey, Rep. Schiff spelled out an ambitious legislative program and a vision for revitalizing the power of Congress under the Trump presidency.If you're interested in reading Rep. Schiff's remarks, Lawfare has published them here in article form.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today's episode is taken from a live conversation between Larry Wilmore and representative Adam Schiff for ‘Live Talks Los Angeles.' The two discuss Schiff's new book ‘Midnight in Washington,' being in the Capitol during the attacks in January, and much more. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Adam Schiff Producer: Kaya McMullen Production Assistant: Jonathan Kermah Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From the congressman who led the first impeachment of President Trump, Adam Schiff's Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Could delivers a vital inside account of American democracy in its darkest hour. Prior to the 2016 election, congressman Schiff had been sounding the alarm over the threat posed by a global resurgence of autocracy. As he led the probe into Trump's Russia- and Ukraine-related abuses of presidential power, he came to the conclusion that the biggest threat to American democracy came from within—arguing that Trump's presidency has so weakened our institutions and compromised the Republican Party that the danger will remain for years to come. From being a prosecutor to a congressman known for bipartisanship to a liberal lighting rod and archenemy of the president, Adam Schiff tracks his own path to meeting the crisis he argues is severely imperiling America: the dangerous appeal of authoritarianism. Join us as congressman Adam Schiff deepens our understanding of authoritarianism in the Trump administration and warns that, even after his defeat, the unleashed forces of autocracy remain as potent as ever. SPEAKERS Adam Schiff U.S. Representative (D-CA); Author, Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Could In Conversation with Marisa Lagos Correspondent for California Politics and Government, KQED; Twitter @mlagos In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on October 14th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In late September of 2019, Congressman Adam Schiff, the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, gathered with his staff to read a remarkable document just released by the Trump Whitehouse. It was the transcript to the phone call Trump had that July with Ukrainian President Zelensky stating, "I'd like you to do us a favor though..." then pressing Zelensky to launch an investigation of Joe Biden and his son Hunter. At this point, Schiff had muttered to himself, "Holy Shit." He thought in that moment that he had acquired the ultimate smoking gun. He then lead the charge in Trump's first impeachment. This is a scene he recounts in his brand new book, Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Could. Flash forward to today. How have the effort of Schiff and others been trying to purge Trump from politics? And what lessons has he learned to help guide members of his fellow January 6th committee as they seek to get to the bottom of Trump's role in one the darkest days in American Democracy? Congressman Schiff joins to breakdown his book and weigh in on where we are and could be headed.GUEST:Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff), Rep. from CA's 28th Congressional District, Chairman of the House Intel Committee @HouseIntelHOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@VBass), fellow, Brennan Center for Justice (contributing co-host) RESOURCES:Congressman Adam Schiff's new book - Here.Yahoo News' latest story on Schiff - Here.Follow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
U.S. Representative Adam Schiff (D, CA-28), who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, talks about his new book Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Could (Random House, 2021), in which he looks back at his experience as chief prosecutor in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. Plus, the latest news on Capitol Hill as negotiations continue over the Build Back Better agenda.
In conversation with Tracey Matisak, award-winning journalist and broadcaster The United States representative for California's 28th congressional district and the chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Adam Schiff was the lead manager for the first impeachment proceedings against former President Donald Trump. He is a former member of the House Appropriations Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee, and served as an assistant U.S. attorney in Los Angeles from 1987 to 1993 and a California state senator from 1996 to 2000. In Midnight in Washington, Schiff reveals an inside look at one of U.S. democracy's most challenging moments, his own path to becoming one of the former president's most prominent critics, and the principles we need in the struggle against autocracy. (recorded 10/18/2021)
Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Sen. Tim Kaine, Ryan Grim, Josh Eidelson, Jane McAleveyTonight: Steve Bannon will face the full force of the law from the January 6th committee. Plus, Donald Trump raises the stakes in Virginia, and Republicans connect the insurrection to the next election. Plus, why Sen. Sinema is jetting off on a European fundraising vacation. And as workers go out on strike across the U.S., a look at what's fueling this historic moment for workers rights.
It's been nine months since the Capitol attack, and we still don't have true accountability. Representative Adam Schiff and the rest of the Jan. 6 House select committee are issuing subpoenas to key witnesses, including Steve Bannon, Dan Scavino and two “Stop the Steal” rally organizers. “No one is off the table,” Schiff says.But in a political ecosystem that is defined in part by the spread of misinformation and polarization on platforms like Facebook and the power of right-wing media outlets like Fox News and One America News Network, how much will a congressional investigation actually move the needle on a democracy at risk? Especially when the effort — billed as bipartisan — has only two Republican members?In this conversation, Kara presses Schiff on the Jan. 6 committee's ability to bring about change and its efforts to subpoena key witnesses. As Kara points out, “Issuing subpoenas is one thing, but getting people to comply is another” — and that is proving more difficult as Donald Trump advises allies to defy the committee. They also discuss the Facebook whistle-blower Frances Haugen, how Schiff wishes Mark Zuckerberg would have replied to questions about the platform's role in amplifying polarization and whether Trump will run in 2024. And Schiff reflects on the former president's nicknames for him.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.
The January 6 committee has subpoenaed former Department of Justice official Jeffrey Clark, who aided in Former President Donald Trump's attempted coup. Clark was key to Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election. CNN reports that ex-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, who pushed back on Trump's bid to overturn the election, is meeting with the January 6 committee. Ex-Trump aides Steve Bannon and Kash Patel are scheduled for deposition tomorrow and Mark Meadows and Dan Scavino are due for deposition on Friday. Wolf Blitzer has a one-on-one interview with January 6 committee member, Rep. Adam Schiff. Schiff calls republicans "insurrectionists in suits and ties" and says that there is a cowardliness in the GOP. The January 6 committee is unified in seeking criminal charges for Trump allies defying critical subpoena and deposition deadlines this week. The White House has formally rejected Trump's latest executive privilege request in the January 6 investigation. President Joe Biden responds to the crisis threatening the economy, amid the agenda stalemate. Biden announces new moves to ease the crisis in delivery of supplies that's limiting goods and raising prices. Shatner says to CNN that he is "overwhelmed" after his flight to the edge of space. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Tonight on the Last Word: Rep. Adam Schiff condemns “insurrectionists in suits and ties.” Also, the Justice Department and the state of Texas battle over the restrictive abortion ban. Plus, progressive and moderate Democrats debate President Biden's spending plan. And Rep. Jayapal says the Progressive Caucus is open to “paring down” priorities. Rep. Adam Schiff, Shannon Selden, Eugene Robinson, John Heilemann and Jason Furman join Lawrence O'Donnell.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is best known for being the chief prosecutor in President Donald Trump's first impeachment trial, which ended with an acquittal. But in his new book, "Midnight in Washington," Schiff connects that episode to others in our recent history, including the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Schiff joins Judy Woodruff with more. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
CNN: autopsy reveals Gabby Petito died by “manual” strangulation; Laundrie family attorney reacts to cause of death, says “death at such a young age is a tragedy”; Coroner: state stature says only cause of death, manner will be released; Coroner: Petito's body was outside in the wilderness for 3-4 weeks before being found; Pelosi: “very disappointed” democrats could not reach deal on original $3.5T spending package; Biden poll numbers drop amid COVID, economic crisis; Judge: NY heath care workers can claim religious exemption; NY Nets star can't play until he is fully vaccinated; Poll: 65% support vaccine mandates for health care workers; Dr. Fauci: “we know that mandates work”; Mom files lawsuit, calls schools a COVID-19 “snake pit”; Mother of 10-year-old who dies: “COVID is not over”; Buenos Aires begins vaccinating children at age 3; New U.S. OVID cases at lowest point since early August; American & Southwest Airlines keeping mandates for employee vaccinations despite Texas governor's order; Schiff calls McCarthy an “insurrectionist in a suit and tie”; Schiff vows quick action if Trump insiders defy subpoenas; Senate report details FOP Rep Scott Perry's role in Trump's plot to overturn election; Gas prices skyrocket to highest levels in seven years; AAA: national average for gas hits $3.28 a gallon, up 20 cents in a month; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
President Joe Biden is struggling to unify this party and salvage his agenda as the clock ticks and his public approval fades. The FDA has been asked by Merck to authorize the first pill to treat Covid-19. Merck says that the experimental pill cuts the covid death risk in half. However cases, deaths and hospitalizations are starting to decline as the United States may be turning the corner in the pandemic. FDA advisers are to meet this week about Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters. Former President Donald Trump and his enablers keep peddling the election fraud lie ahead of 2024, as the investigation of the insurrection intensifies. Schiff says that the January 6 committee should get Trump documents "very soon." Also, the January 6 panel is considering criminal contempt for Steve Bannon and other Trump allies who defy their subpoenas. The second-ranking House Republican Steve Scalise refuses to say that the 2020 election was not stolen, as GOP Senator Grassley embraces Trump's support at an Iowa rally, where Trump teases a 2024 run. Bill Maher warned of Trump's "slow coup" in a dark prediction for 2024 presidential election. Trump sends a birthday video demanding "justice" for the Capitol rioter Ashli Babbit over her January 6 death. Southwest cancels more than 2,000 flight and delays continue. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy