The newly elected Cathaoirleach of Sligo County Council says he hopes to restore the county's image during his term after recent incidents in the county of hate crime, murders, sexual assault and attacks on the elderly. Cllr Michael Clarke says it's a huge honour to take the Chair and has been outlining his priorities
Stories mentioned in this episode: Day in History: 1972: Five men arrested following a break-in to the Watergate Complex As membership declines, Rochester's new American Legion commander seeks to re-energize legions Art project turns trash to art in downtown Rochester Olmsted County seeking Rochester council support for senior housing project Mabel-Canton's Urbaniak looks back on five decades of coaching The Post Bulletin is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org.
I Peter 4:12-19 Expect suffering and don't be surprised or ashamed. Worldly Pride: Centered on yourself. Elevates yourself. Attempts to fit in . Forces acceptance. Seeks legitimacy. Receives the glory. Sojourner Pride: Looks to others. Edifies others. Content in being an outsider. Graciously invitational. Confident assurance in Christ. Gratefully gives the glory.
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Got started this week by talking about the attack on the few remaining Sikhs in Afghanistan, and then went into whether or not China found an alien radio signal. Then it was the stock market/crypto meltdown, Hershel Walker says weird shit, record number of illegal crossings at border, and a British cop is fired after grabbing rookie's genitals; yelling to other cops, "he's got a small one!" Music: 2 Chainz/"Million Dollars Worth of Game"
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The House of Representatives Chief Administrative Office is close to adding another shared service to the 100 or so it already provides. These range from acquisition support to human resources to finance and logistics. But the one area where those services were missing and sorely needed was around digital transformation. So in the coming months, the CAO will launch its new digital services office. Catherine Szpindor, the House of Representatives chief administrative officer and Alan Thompson, the House's chief information officer spoke to Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller on this week's Ask the CIO.
Back in The Mother-Ship Attorney Mike Nichols joins Craig & Todd on this episode. Mike, is the leading defense attorney regarding data master issues amongst many other areas of expertise. The trio discusses a multitude of topics including fake urine, the strain of the week, and much more. This is part 1 of Mike's appearance with part 2 taking place a few weeks later. Enjoy www.nicholslawyers.com
Today has been a very long day, with lots of math. So let's start there. Why does this tree have so many people on edge? WE have finally solved it, and it's not exactly what you may think. Is there a deeper issue? And what is Scopely prepared to do about it? Community Manager Eco stops by to discuss the situation, hear from players, and give away some goodies in today's breakdown of the new Galaxy Research Tree. Visit our website at www.talkingtrekstfc.com
French President Emmanuel Macron called for a boost to defence budgets following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, saying France was now on a war economy footing. Macron says Europe needed a much larger defence industry to avoid relying on suppliers elsewhere for its equipment needs. Macron says he had asked the defence ministry and armed forces chiefs of staff to adjust a six-year framework defence spending plan running to 2025 to the new geopolitical situation, to match the means to the threats.
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Jesus Seeks Us Out and Calls Us to Join Him. Weekly Wrap Up- Women in the Life of Jesus- Week 5- Mary The master has come and He calls for you. Jesus finds us where we are, in the middle of our mess, and calls us to Himself. Mary's story helps us understand our own. Hey friends, welcome to the Hearing Jesus Podcast. Do you sometimes doubt if you are truly hearing God's voice or if it's really your own? Do you wonder how you can know the difference? Do you struggle to feel confident in your relationship with God and what He says in his word? Do you sometimes feel stagnant or like you hit a wall in your spiritual life? Hey, I'm your host, Rachael Groll: missionary, author, pastor, and life coach. And I have been there. I too was doubting God's voice in my own life. I too felt insecure about the things I thought God might be calling me to do. I wanted to make a difference in the world and be obedient to what God was calling me to do, but I wasn't quite sure how to figure out what exactly that was. I kept telling myself that I was wasting time trying to figure it out or waiting for Him to show me. Or that I wasn't qualified to do the things I thought He might be telling me to do. The answer for me was found in the pages of the Bible, as I learned how to understand what it was actually saying. If you are ready to grow in your faith and to step confidently into the calling God has for you, then join me as we dig deep into God's word so you can learn to live out your faith in your everyday life. Friend, you are loved, you are cherished, and you are His. The Hearing Jesus Podcast will encourage and equip you to step into the calling God has for your life, living out your faith in the everyday. Together we will break down walls that keep us from growing spiritually. We will dig deep into our Bibles to understand and connect the Scriptures to our lives. We will boldly obey what God calls us to do, walking through doors that only He can open. Join me for your weekly dose of faith, honesty, and prayer. Learn -> https://shehears.org Connect -> firstname.lastname@example.org Community-> https://www.facebook.com/SheHears.org/ Instagram-> https://www.instagram.com/she_hears/ Missions Support-> https://www.cotni.org/campaigns/rachael-groll Want to go a little deeper? Purchase the She Hears: Learning to Listen to Jesus Bible Study on my Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SheHearsShop?ref=profile_header Also available on Amazon or wherever books are sold. In this six-week study from the Book of John, Rachael Groll takes you on an in-depth exploration into the lives of six women Jesus knew. Women often deal with feelings of insecurity and unworthiness, yet the lives of these women show that Jesus values us, wants a relationship with us, and can use us to further His kingdom. In her warm, conversational style, Rachael ties together her life experience, knowledge of the Scriptures, and her compassion for women to encourage us and enable us to become the women God has called us to be. Need to chat one on one? Snag a private session with Rachael: https://calendly.com/shehears/one-on-one-life-coaching-session
Fr. Mike explains why it's better to seek counsel from those who don't necessarily always agree with us, using the experience of Rehobo′am as an example. He also touches on the failed leadership of Jerobo′am as he leads his people into false places of worship and idolatry. Today's readings are 1 Kings 12, 2 Chronicles 10-11, and Song of Solomon 1. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
Today the year turns 161 days old, but don’t get too used to that number, for it will be replaced quite soon with another, and another, and so on. But 2022 is still not yet at the halfway point, and you’ve got three weeks left until that not-quite-august occasion on July 1. The occasion right now is this installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement, and this person writing is Sean Tubbs. There’s lot of information in every installment of this newsletter and podcast. Send it on to more people to help grow the audience!On today’s program:The University of Virginia is asking developers to send in qualifications to build two mixed-use communities as part of an affordable housing initiativeTwo redevelopment projects being undertaken by the city’s public housing agency may not get financing through low-income housing tax credits this yearCharlottesville City Council officially kills the West Main Streetscape Louisa County Supervisors discuss a referendum for a sports complex and whether it should include turf fields on existing athletic fieldsAnd Charlottesville will only one outdoor pool at a time for the time being First shout–out: JMRL to kick off the Summer Reading ChallengeIn today’s first subscriber-supported public service announcement, the Jefferson Madison Regional Library wants you to read as much as you can this summer, and for encouragement and incentives, they’re holding another Summer Reading Challenge. There’s an Ocean of Possibilities this year and the Central Library will kick off the challenge this Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Central Library. It will be a party with music, food, and fun! The Friends of the Library will pop up a mini-book sale and a Books on Bikes parade! You can learn more about the Summer Challenge and how you or your family members can win awards and receive prizes. Visit jmrl.org to learn more about the kickoff event, this Saturday! University of Virginia issues first request for qualifications for affordable housing developerThe University of Virginia is moving forward with an initiative to use property owned by its real estate foundation to create units that will be reserved for people whose incomes are below the area median income. The UVA Foundation issued a request this morning for qualifications from firms to develop two separate projects, including a two-acre site on Wertland Street. The other is a 12-acre site on Mimosa Drive known currently as Piedmont. “UVA/UVAF intends to enter into a ground lease with one or more development team(s) best suited to satisfy UVA/UVAF’s requirements and desired features,” reads the request for proposals. UVA announced a goal of building between 1,000 and 1,500 affordable housing units in March 2020, but momentum was stalled by the pandemic. These two sites as well as the North Fork Research Park were identified in December after initial work for the project was conducted by the firm Northern Urban Real Estate Ventures. A similar request for qualifications for a firm for North Fork will be made at a later date. Under the arrangement, the UVA Foundation would continue to own both sites and the developer would own the structures and other improvements. “UVA/UVAF seeks to maximize the amount of affordable and workforce housing at each site and as such, will provide the land as a part of the Project,” the request continues. “UVA/UVAF will not otherwise contribute funding to the Project.” The developer will be responsible for preparing the plans and getting all of the necessary approvals, including archaeological studies. They’ll also have to have experience getting financing through Virginia Housing. Other development requirements include:Deliver a moderate to high-density mixed income housing communityOffer a maximum number of affordable housing units, with an emphasis on creating mixed-income communities that include, but are not limited to, units in the 30 percent to 60 percent area median income rangeCoordinate with UVA/UVAF and local jurisdictions on the utilities and infrastructure that will serve the development, and coordinate on the design aesthetic that interacts with the surrounding community.Demolish the existing improvements as needed to accommodate the Project, with the exception of historic structures (applicable only at Piedmont).City officially cancels West Main Streetscape projectCharlottesville City Council has voted to officially cancel the $55 million West Main Streetscape project as well as other projects in an effort to get the city’s transportation house in order. The Virginia Department of Transportation will now administer a project to extend a turn lane at Route 250 and Hydraulic Road. A project to coordinate traffic signals on Emmet Street has also been canceled, as has a Smart Scale funded project at the intersection of Preston and Grady. The details were discussed at a work session with the Planning Commission on May 24. (read my story)“While this is called cancellation of those projects, that’s in regards to the funding with VDOT, so as discussed, especially some of the safety projects, these are not going away forever, they’re just going away as Smart Scale projects,” said City Engineer Jack Dawson. The West Main Streetscape began with a $350,000 study authorized by Council in February 2013 which also led to a rezoning for the street. Over the years, Council authorized more and more funding as a local match for VDOT funds to build the project which was to be split into four phases. The project lost support as a plan to renovate and expand Buford Middle School became a priority for the current City Council. Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook said the project has been on life support for at least a year. “In a sense, this is almost a formality for us to recognize that which has already been made clear to us and decisions we have made ourselves over the last few years,” Snook said. “This is just finally pulling the plug on it.” The Commonwealth Transportation Board next meets on June 21 and may take up the official resolution to defund the project. Virginia Housing does not recommend funding for two CRHA projectsThe Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority has appeared to have fallen short in its attempt to get financing for two planned redevelopment projects in a current funding cycle. Virginia Housing, the entity that authorizes low-income housing tax credits in Virginia, has issued its final rankings for this year pending approval by their Board of Commissioners later this month. Credits for 47 units in the Sixth Street Phase One project have not been recommended to be funded through what’s known as the Housing Authority pool. An application for additional credits for 113 units for the second phase of the redevelopment of South First Street also did not rank high enough to move forward. Virginia Housing granted credits for the second phase in 2020 and this second application was to fill in a funding gap caused by higher construction costs. South First Street Phase One is currently under construction and is expected to be occupied earlier this year. That 62-unit project did receive low-income housing tax credits in 2021. The only application recommended for funding from the Housing Authority pool this year is for new construction of 68 units in Norfolk by a company called Brinshore. In that project, 47 of the units would be supported through the credits. CRHA executive director John Sales said is hopeful the Virginia Housing Board of Commissioners will reconsider the rankings at their next meeting in Richmond coming up later this month on June 21 and June 22.“The Board in the past has fully funded Public Housing redevelopment efforts,” Sales said. “We are hoping the Board does the same thing this year when making final allocations.”Sales said if Sixth Street’s request is not funded, CRHA will pursue another financing opportunity later this year or reapply in 2023. He said the South Street Phase Two project will move forward if another source can be found to fill in the funding gap. You can download the full list of rankings from the Virginia Housing website.Lifeguard shortage causes Charlottesville to limit outdoor pool hoursWith summer just getting under way, the Charlottesville Parks and Recreation Department has made the decision to restrict hours at both Onesty Pool and Washington Pool so that only one of them will be open each day. “The Department is actively recruiting lifeguards and if the staffing levels increase and are able to operate both pools concurrently, we will update the operating hours,” reads a press release that was sent out this morning. For now, Onesty will be open Thursday through Saturday between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Washington Park Pool will be open those hours from Sunday to Wednesday. The indoor Smith Aquatic Center is now open every day after being closed for a couple of years. Outdoor spray grounds are also open. Visit the city’s website for more information. Second shout-out: The Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign It’s getting close to the end of springtime, and one Patreon subscriber wants you to know the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign is a grassroots initiative of motivated citizens, volunteers, partner organizations, and local governments who want to promote the use of native plants. Did you know that National Pollinator Week is June 20th-26th this year? There are many ways to celebrate and learn more about our native pollinators, and here's a great one to start with:Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is hosting an in-person/virtual Pollinator Power Symposium on June 23rd, and there is an excellent line up of speakers scheduled for the day! There are plenty of resources on the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Facebook page, so sign up to be notified of lectures, plant sales, and more! Louisa County may seek a referendum for a sports complexDiscussion of a sports complex with new athletic fields in Albemarle County stalled at the end of the budget cycle, but Louisa County is considering a referendum on the issuance of $16.5 million in bonds for that purpose. The Louisa County Board of Supervisors discusses a draft petition for the referendum at their meeting this past Monday. For a referendum to get on the ballot, a Circuit Court judge has to sign an order by August 18. “This is for a bond issue of up to $16.5 million and it lists four baseball fields, four rectangular fields for sports, concessions, lighting, parking and related facilities, a field house at the high school football field and renovation of existing sports facilities,” said Louisa County Attorney Helen Phillips. Phillips said the language in the ballot question has to be in plain English and not in legalese.Supervisors discussed the proper wording, and whether the suggested wording was too broad. There is a possibility of two different ballot questions. One would be for the complex, and one would be for the field house and other renovations. “In the discussions we’ve had about going to referendum, I don’t recall anything other than just going to referendum to see if people would get behind building a sports complex,” said Mountain Road District Supervisor Tommy Barlow. Supervisor Fitzgerald Barnes said he sees the need for a complex that would expand the county’s offerings, but that the existing school fields also need to be addressed. “What we don’t have in this county is synthetic surfaces for girls’ softball where they could play in the rain,” Barnes said. “These fields would allow, number one, not having to water them, not having to fertilize them, not having to cut them. They would be maintenance free fields.” Barnes said this could help the county increase revenue from lodging taxes. Supervisor Toni Williams of the Jackson District said the ballot question as suggested appeared to assume that the county has already decided to proceed with the project. “It appears that the cake is baked in this that the decision has been made to build them,” Williams said. “Maybe the real special election should ask, first of all, do you want these facilities in the county, and if you want them, do you authorize the Board to pay for them by bond?” Supervisors gave direction to divide the referendum into separate questions. Final language will be discussed and approved at future meetings. The location for a future sports complex has also not yet been selected. For more information on this and anything else happening in Louisa County, visit Engage Louisa by Tammy Purcell. Town Crier Productions has a sponsorship thing with Ting!For over a year one year now, Town Crier Productions has had a promotional offering through Ting!Are you interested in fast internet? 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District Attorney Flynn Broady said he will seek the Death Penalty in the Pinetree Country Club murders case; Keith Ball has been removed as the principal at Marietta; And Monkeypox has been confirmed in Metro Atlanta. #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. Email bgdoughnut22@gmailcom for your chance to win a $15 gift card from Dough in the Box https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/ https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/ https://doughinthebox.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.
June 8th, 2022. Today we talked about a gunman who was arrested outside of Justice Kavanaugh's house, where Josh is going to work, who is going to get the role of Executive Producer when Josh leaves, gun laws, and Red Flag laws.
Recently, a federal judge struck down Louisiana's congressional redistricting map, arguing that the lawmakers behind the map violated the Voting Rights Act by limiting representation of Louisiana's black population. WRKF's Capital Access Reporter Paul Braun tells us how we got here and what may happen next. Last year, A group of five women who work at law firms in New Orleans set out to address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession in the city by founding the New Orleans Legal Diversity Collaborative (NOLDC). We speak with two of the NOLDC founding members, Eliska Plunkett and Heather Lonian, to learn about addressing structural disparities in the traditionally white-male dominated field. Last month, the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana elected Reverend Canon Shannon Rogers Duckworth to be the 12th Bishop of the Diocese. The election makes Duckworth the first woman Bishop in the Diocese's more than 180-year history. Bishop-Elect Duckworth joins us to talk about her journey that led to this monumental moment. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Adam Vos. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Talks were held between Russia and Turkey on a UN plan to restart Ukrainian grain exports. Western countries have accused Russia of risking global famine by shutting Ukraine's Black Sea ports. Arnaud Petit is executive director of inter-governmental group the International Grains Council, and discusses the challenges involved in getting Ukraine's grain supplies moving again. Also in the programme, the UN's World Food Programme is working with the California ride-hailing app Uber to use its technology to help move emergency supplies of food and water within Ukraine. The BBC's Zoe Kleinman explains how the software might help lower the risk of delivery trucks becoming targets, by enabling supplies to be moved around in much smaller vehicles. Plans for compulsory quotas for women in senior positions have been agreed by the European Parliament and EU member states. A third of all directors in companies employing more than 250 people will need to be women within the next four years. We find out more from Lara Wolters, who is a Dutch socialist member of the European Parliament, and who also led negotiations on the change. Plus, the BBC's Vivienne Nunis reports on concerns around oil development in the Congo basin which may threaten peatland storing 30bn tonnes of Carbon Dioxide. Today's edition is presented by Mike Johnson, and produced by Nisha Patel, Elizabeth Hotson and Gabriele Shaw.
Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America this is the Steve Gruber FIERCE AND FEARLESS – in Pursuit of the truth— Here are three big things you need to know right now— ONE - Abortion rights could take center stage in Michigan primary TWO - A Canadian EV charging company invests in Michigan for the first US facility THREE - More victims of Larry Nassar seeks 1B in compensation
During the Arab Spring, Tunisians were excited about the apparent dawn of democracy in their country. But a decade later, that hope is being dashed as the president seeks to consolidate power. We learn more from Ghaya ben Mbarek, a journalist for the independent news site Meshkal; Aya Riahi, an anti-corruption activist with the youth-driven NGO, I-Watch; and Sami Hamdi, the managing director of the global risk and intelligence company International Interest.
Matthew McConaughey, a native of Uvalde, Texas, gives an impassioned plea for compromise among Republican and Democrat lawmakers during a White House speech on gun control measures designed to curb access to mentally unstable individuals. Dan evaluates whether the actor's well-intentioned remarks make logical sense and have any 'meat on the bone' in terms of tangible bipartisan action which could emerge from the deadly school shooting.
Boris Johnson told ministers it was time to push ahead with government plans. Also: a row has broken out between Ukraine and the IAEA over a planned visit to a power plant under Russian control, and lawyers take aim at Top Gun sequel.
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Bicentennial controversies; state seeks to block access to gender-affirming care; Bank of America Small Business Report; local sports
My how the world has changed as the June 6th, 1944 anniversary of D-Day comes around. Plus, as Joe Biden and his handlers make a big push for gun control, the sham January 6th committee begins their hearings this week, and they chose a prime time tv slot to do so. The muslim call to prayer is coming to a large American city, Russia again threatened WW3 and much more. LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new content every day. RUMBLE: See the full LIVE show on Rumble. Subscribe, Watch and Engage at https://rumble.com/DrewBerquist LOCALS: Get Booze & Banter and Exclusive Content at https://DrewBerquist.Locals.com SUPPORT THE SHOW: Love Common Sense And Want To Keep Free Speech Alive? Support the Show. https://www.drewberquist.com/support/ SHOW SPONSORS AND AUDIENCE DISCOUNTS Mammoth Nation - Shop Conservative and push back against the woke left. Become a member at https://mammothnation.com/ and use promo code DREW to save 30% on your membership. Red Beach Nation - Whether you live at the beach, are traveling to one or just want to imagine yourself there…Red Beach's comfy patriotic apparel is sure to lift your spirits. Use promo code DREW and save 10% at https://RedBeachNation.com My Patriot Supply - Every family should have at least one three-month supply of food per person. Go to www.SurviveWithDrew.com to SAVE $150 and get FREE SHIPPING on your 3-Month Food Kits. My Pillow - Get the best night's sleep of your life and save! Use Promo Code DREW to save up to 66% off your purchase at https://MyPillow.com Strikeman - Save big on costly trips to the range, conserve ammunition, and train effectively in the comfort of your own home. Try Strikeman risk free for 15 days. If it doesnt improve your accuracy, they'll refund you in full. Try Strikeman for $79 with promo code: TRAININGDAY at https://strikeman.io GoldCo - Protect your savings and don't let inflation get you down. Call Goldco at 855-717-3188 or visit https://goldco.com/drew To Get A Free Gold IRA Kit… The Root Brands-Get rid of heavy metals and toxins in your body! Purchase Clean Slate and other Root Brands products here: https://therootbrands.com/product/trinity-pack/drewberquist Bottom Gun Coffee Co. Support veteran owned companies and start your day with U.S. Submarine Inspired Coffee at https://bottomguncoffee.com/ Use Promo Code "DREW” To Save 10% Aura - The New Standard in Digital Security Honest Pricing. Serious Protection. Help When You Need It. Visit Aura.com/DREWBERQUIST and Save 40%
An association of national security contractors has a $25,000 challenge grant on the street. The Homeland Security Technology Consortium seeks new federal applications for some specific technologies related to identity management. Here in studio with the details, the consortium executive director, Michael Dougherty.
6/5/21. Five Minutes in the Word scriptures for today, Judges 6:17-21. Gideon needs a sign that his commission is truly from God. Resources: Enduring Word commentary; Faithlife Study Bible; and/or Matthew Henry Commentary. #Podchaser list of "60 Best Podcasts to Discover for November 2021" #MinutesWord; @MinutesWord; #dailydevotional. Listen, like, follow, share! Available on Apple podcast; Spotify; Tune-in Radio; iHeart; Goodpods; Stitcher; and many others!! #MinutesWord. Financial support is welcome at https://anchor.fm/esbc-webmaster #prayforukraine #prayforpeace
NTD Evening News—06/03/2022 1. Peter Navarro Indicted: Contempt of Congress 2. Florida High Court Lets DeSantis Map Stand 3. FL Moves to Regulate Transgender Procedures 4. S. Dakota to Sue Biden Over Transgender Issue 5. Biden Touts Job Growth Amid Inflation Worries 6. Drop in Grades After Lottery Admission 7. Expert on the 100th Day of War in Ukraine 8. White House to Pay Interns for 1st Time Ever 9. Memorializing Tiananmen Massacre Victims 10. Montana, New Mexico, New Jersey Primaries 11. When American History Boosts Self-Esteem 12. Bill Ends School Violence Report Requirement 13. Los Angeles Sees 'Sky High' Housing Prices 14. Forbes: LeBron James Is Now a Billionaire 15. Tennis: Nadal Advances After Zverev Injury 16. Champions League Testimonies Start to Pile Up 17. Ukraine War Enters 100th Day 18. Russian Lives Affected After 100 Days of War 19. Windows Pose Threat to Birds During Migration 20. Rare Albino Galapagos Giant Tortoise Emerges
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In this week's episode, Dovid Efune, publisher of The New York Sun, talks to It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell what's wrong with American journalism and how The Sun aims to restore trust in journalism and newspapers.
United Property Owners of Montana has argued that elk are overgrazing on ranch lands, leading to grass shortages for cattle. The group wants private landowners to have more say in how Montana FWP manages elk herds. The "Keep Elk Public" coalition says this would give landowners too much power.
A month ago the draft of opinion from U.S. Supreme Court Justice Alito that would overturn of Roe v. Wade was leaked. Now the marshal service within the Supreme Court is seeking phone records in a leak probe. Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team discuss. This and more today on Sekulow.
In this episode of The Psychology of Eating Podcast, Marc David works with 28-year-old Aamina from New Delhi, India. Aamina would like to improve her health and fitness levels, but she's feeling stumped by why she seems to frequently self-sabotage with food. For the past several years, Aamina has found herself in a sort of “all-or-nothing” mentality with food - either in a healthy cycle with eating, or binging on foods that she knows aren't great for her. Marc explores some of the hidden psychological reasons humans can get stuck in all-or-nothing behaviors with food, and offers a new framework for all of us when it comes to shifting our unwanted eating challenges. If you struggle with emotional eating, binge eating, food anxiety, or other food and body challenges, be sure to tune into this inspiring episode! -------------- Interested in becoming a health coach, or inspired to heal your own challenges with food and body? Then join us this May 31 to June 6, 2022, for our live event series about the Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training: https://training.psychologyofeating.com/live/. We hope you'll join in! Learn more about The Institute for the Psychology of Eating: https://psychologyofeating.com/ Sign up for our free professional series on training with us as a health coach: https://lp.psychologyofeating.com/eating-psychology-video-series/ Follow us on social: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IPEfanpage - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatingpsychology/ - Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/eatingpsych #psychologyofeating #eatingpsychology #mindbodynutrition #marcdavid #relaxationresponse #junkfood #foodcravings #stressrelief #guiltypleasure #allornothingmentality #emotionalregulation #emotionaleating #bingeating #healthylife
In our news wrap Friday, a congressional oversight committee asked five major gunmakers for data on assault-style weapons used in mass shootings, Russia's gained more ground in Ukraine, Iranian forces seized two Greek tankers, President Biden addressed U.S. Naval Academy graduates, and Southern Baptist leaders released a previously secret list of pastors and church workers accused of sexual abuse. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
In our news wrap Thursday, Russia insisted that Ukraine accept its demands on land as Russian fire pounded eastern Ukraine, the Biden administration called for a bloc of nations confronting Russian aggression to join in challenging China, China's top diplomat tours eight Pacific island nations, ousted Pakistan prime minister demands new election, and actor Ray Liotta of "Goodfellas" fame has died. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
The World Health Organization (WHO) is poised to become way more powerful. The Biden Administration appears ready to relinquish America's sovereign power to WHO when it comes to international health events. Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team discuss exactly what's happening right now and why it's so dangerous for our country. This and more today on Sekulow.