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Our American States
Policing Policy: How Two Legislatures Responded | Episode 143

Our American States

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021


Our American States The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May 2020 sparked a cascade of state legislation affecting policing policy. There were more than 3,000 bills that were considered in legislatures, and more than 400 were signed into law. The legislation came from both sides of the aisle. For this podcast, we spoke with Rep. Leslie Herod, a Democract from Colorado, and Sen. Whitney Westerfield, a Republican from Kentucky. Herod discusses legislation she sponsored shortly after Floyd’s death that was one of the first pieces of legislation enacted in the nation. She also talks about how the death of Elijah McClain in Colorado galvanized efforts to pass legislation. Westerfield is a leader in criminal justice issues in Kentucky, where the death of Breonna Taylor helped spur action around no-knock warrants. He discusses how bringing all the parties together was critical to passing good legislation. Also on this episode is Amber Widgery, who tracks a number of criminal justice issues for NCSL. Amber talks about the trends in legislation, the bipartisan nature of the efforts in many places and the surprising fact that legislatures are addressing policies that affect law enforcement at the local level. She’s also putting together a session on this topic for NCSL’s Legislative Summit Nov. 3-5 in Tampa, Fla.       Resources NCSL Policing Legislation Database NCSL Statutory Database OAS Episode 143 Transcription Rep. Leslie Herod’s website Sen. Whitney Westerfield’s website

State of the Realm
State of the Realm #291 - Endwalker Media Tour Job Discussion w/ Momo & Stal

State of the Realm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 189:39


State of the Realm #291 - Endwalker Media Tour Job Discussion w/ Momo & Stal by DREAM Network

EcoNews Report
Redistricting Ruckus

EcoNews Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 29:40


On this week's EcoNews Report, Gang Green breaks down redistricting efforts at the state and county. Could draft maps splitting Eureka apart be an attempt to draw Supervisor candidate Natalie Arroyo out of her district? Is the state serious about lumping Humboldt with Redding? Our politics will be shaped by mapping decisions for the next decade so you better to pay attention!”Redistricting Surprise? The County's Advisory Committee is Looking Seriously at a Plan That Would Move a Distant Quarter of Eureka Into Arcata's Supervisorial District,” Lost Coast Outpost, Oct. 5.”The County's Draft Redistricting Maps Have Been Released, and a Couple of Them Are Real Doozies,” Lost Coast Outpost, Oct. 11.”A WEDDING to REDDING? There Are Ideas to Join Us With Shasta County at the State and Federal Level, and the State Citizens' Redistricting Commission Would Like Your Feedback,” Lost Coast Outpost, Oct. 14.Support the show (https://www.humboldtbaykeeper.org/get-involved/donate)

Tricast Gaming Podcast
Are Reskinned Games Getting Excessive?

Tricast Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 93:26


In this episode, the Tricast talks about games that keep the same format in every release and call it new and if it's getting out of hand.Each and every week we get together to channel our virtues through the Triforce to provide you, the listener, all the hottest topics from the mythical world of Video Games. We also add in as much of our colorful thoughts and Philip monologues as we can handle in a week simply because we love video games. If you like what you hear please consider leaving us a like and review on your podcasting app of choice. If you really enjoy it please consider sharing on social media or directly with your friends. This show continues to grow thanks to all of your wonderful support.You can find us on Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram @TricastGamingP1, and on our website www.tricastgamingpodcast.com. DM us on any platform with your questions!

USArabRadio
Covid-19 Vaccine to end the Pandemic?

USArabRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 28:59


As part of its community service and support of the local and national efforts to vaccinate the public, US Arab Radio is declaring October, Covid-19 Vaccine awareness month. The battle of awareness has become imperative for the success of efforts made to confront the pandemic. The campaign, dubbed the Vaccine of Hope aims to explain the importance of the vaccine as a vehicle to safety and normality. US Arab Radio, its digital platform, and social media will host an array of medical experts, doctors, and public officials to diffuse false information about the vaccine and highlight its benefits and safety. On October 15th, Journalist Adel Mozip hosted Dr. Natasha Bagdasarian, newly appointed State of Michigan Medical Chief Executive by Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Dr. Natasha Bagdasarian is an infectious disease specialist in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She received her medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine and has been in practice between 11-20 years. The episode was broadcast: 15/10/2021 US Arab Radio can be heard on wnzk 690 AM, WDMV 700 AM, and WPAT 930 AM. Please visit: www.facebook.com/USArabRadio/ Web site : arabradio.us/ Online Radio: www.radio.net/s/usarabradio Twitter : twitter.com/USArabRadio Instagram : www.instagram.com/usarabradio/ Youtube : US Arab Radio

Street Cop Podcast
Asking People Out of Motor Vehicles

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 12:25


In this archive episode, Dennis stresses the importance and legality of separating drivers and passengers during interdiction. Recorded on 04/17/2018. Pennsylvania V. Mimms - (1977)https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/434/106/case.html?fbclid=IwAR2UlUeWsXT98SEPMIVa_7tmRu3G-u7U49pcKasF24DE88T_YL577J2XCXY (https://supreme.justia.com/.../federal/us/434/106/case.html) Police may order driver out of the vehicle without criminal activity or RAS. Bare this in mind…..if you do not suspect the vehicle of criminality don't get into the habit of ordering driver out of vehicle. State v Brian K. Smith (1997) – Once the vehicle was stopped, Trooper Long was permitted to request Smith to exit the vehicle for the purpose of investigation of the suspected motor vehicle violation. https://law.justia.com/cases/new-jersey/appellate-division-published/1997/a3449-95-opn.html?fbclid=IwAR0QU7NVw_7fR6K0D1OWxyjm-tFmrIcAP48aMuiHNapD2yv9-DE_99a-j_o (https://law.justia.com/.../appella.../1997/a3449-95-opn.html) See State of NJ v. Brian L. Smith (1994) that stated that the Mimms test, as applied to drivers, satisfies the NJ constitution as well. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Flaw.justia.com%2Fcases%2Fnew-jersey%2Fsupreme-court%2F1994%2Fa-28-93-opn.html%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR1pyM1cEa2oMhmhIkcbE_h06cfVHZG8SCMhkwcVxeqvGkO2T0dTSExfYAU&h=AT2R_tB-87Fff7lRVzLP53IGu2xof6XJUWWNAP60GEskLMq_IvTDOd5uvvlsAwCjj8VWlTT3LO5z5dKYX8HdwiE6LbaN_tMV8sT7JYFPJ5R3zbZUjwEG7JaQBMxVtf76b9HL0lPC1a5a5PXovw&__tn__=-UK-R (https://law.justia.com/.../supreme.../1994/a-28-93-opn.html) The court stated that “Instances will surface in which police officers, with less than a reasonable suspicion that a passenger is engaged in criminal activity or is armed and dangerous, may reasonably order a passenger to step out of a car.” The officer does not need to point out specific facts that the occupant is armed and dangerous rather the officer needs only to point out some fact or facts in the totality of the circumstances that would warrant a heightend caution. Examples…. Proximity to traffic. Bad weather; Poor visibility. Suspicious gestures by passenger(s) (Never say furtive movements, explain what you saw in detail). Ability to control the movements of several occupants. Ability to control the actions of bystanders. Suspicion of Criminal Activity. NOT ONLY LIMITED TO THE ABOVE LISTED REASONS. STATE OF NEW JERSEY VS BRIAN K. SMITH, ET AL :: 1997 :: New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division - Published Opinions Decisions :: New Jersey Case Law :: New Jersey Law :: US Law :: Justia Police may not routinely ask passengers out of a vehicle that has been stopped for a traffic violation. HOWEVER, NJ law states passengers can be asked out of the vehicle, when an officer is able to point to some specific fact(s) that would warrant a heightened caution. This can be anything to include R.A.S. (State v. Brian L. Smith 1994). This does not have to include a danger factor. https://law.justia.com/cases/new-jersey/supreme-court/2017/a-9-15.html?fbclid=IwAR26bOyVmaAauWtJ54XX_Xva9JUsVpW06fTymmW7T5BWhbkCh-IRPf2mk8A (https://law.justia.com/.../supreme-court/2017/a-9-15.html)

Street Cop Podcast
Passengers Are Not Free to Leave Motor Vehicle Stops

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 6:38


In this archive episode, Dennis explains that passengers cannot simply leave a motor vehicle stop. Recorded on 04/18/2018. Brendlin V. California 2007 (Adopted by NJ) – A traffic stop entails a seizure of the driver even though the purpose of the stop is limited and the resulting detention is quite brief. The stop also entails a seizure of every passenger in the vehicle along with the driver. Passengers unlawfully leaving a legal motor vehicle stop will be arrested and charged with obstructing. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FBrendlin_v._California%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR0JulugpUB4AxqYf8bl6gkdk9lz_-aaI64BWcbxTOEIciI7ZBrlNOA9s7k&h=AT23tVj7qI2CL_J4VyrIAZat8hoZDr3cUy4wbvCG40SEU_mpjgAyuEVyeuSn7aaM6eB4Us8xgQKuh9HDKHhb4caz3yf48pIsOUCXJ20lEwBQpP3P0xUr8gdKrjQ1r3RhLyhQL2ANlj3eXvkuig&__tn__=-UK-R (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brendlin_v._California) State of NJ in the interest of DK 2006 - In DK the court held that a passengers incidental detention as a result of a valid motor vehicle stop is “Unchallengeable,” for, if a stop for a motor vehicle violation is reasonable, the police do not have to show an independent basis for detaining the passengers, unless the detention goes beyond what is incident to a brief motor vehicle stop.” See State v. Hickman https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Flaw.justia.com%2Fcases%2Fnew-jersey%2Fappellate-division-published%2F2003%2Fa6037-01-opn.html%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR25loTO6IEjB43E9MyzVeTWfelxLo-lAwQngTd_5_0f3lIFqanbilh2uiQ&h=AT0m8yi7NQSRMWR_XibotYbQoPx9TsCyjRq2A77K8mHB85SCLWeYl18ZwbsNu9Gq8q6H-9OTD02leUpArAcC2V84L0XOTPtKFszY6g7jF3bG5JBonu409e0jDRml3mDfOleAVfAzB35L_CzqjA&__tn__=-UK-R (https://law.justia.com/.../appella.../2003/a6037-01-opn.html) State of NJ v Sloane 2008 - https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fcaselaw.findlaw.com%2Fnj-supreme-court%2F1146795.html%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR0s8jU1aiZWcHBGtgS23tm8PjTjkhvO7ZxVXJzACexe8rcKkykrIP_pEGk&h=AT2mlVjPSQC4LC9IiE9yIZNHNprcNvDKB4PDzEj8NsN99XMf7v57rnERrNWIgc7yIGFTuWwYwJmeTCTAUsz1BoAgpQiKI1yPPO1x5TrrCczunWMvDQZEn0I6UJeDqwyq1qqu1hu-GOfg7Mft7Q&__tn__=-UK-R (https://caselaw.findlaw.com/nj-supreme-court/1146795.html) All of those reasons lead to the conclusion that when a police officer conducts a traffic stop of a private vehicle, the passenger as well as the driver are seized under both the federal and state constitutions. That holding is consistent with the majority of state court rulings on the issue. See State v. Bowers, 334 Ark. 447, 976 S.W.2d 379, 380-82 (1998); State v. Haworth, 106 Idaho 405, 679 P.2d 1123, 1124 (1984); People v. Bunch, 207 Ill.2d 7, 277 Ill.Dec. 658, 796 N.E.2d 1024, 1029 (2003), cert. denied, 541 U.S. 959, 124 S.Ct. 1712, 158 L.Ed.2d 399 (2004); State v. Eis, 348 N.W.2d 224, 226 (Iowa 1984); State v. Hodges, 252 Kan. 989, 851 P.2d 352, 361-62 (1993); State v. Carter, 69 Ohio St.3d 57, 630 N.E.2d 355, 360 (1994) (per curiam); State v. Harris, 206 Wis.2d 243, 557 N.W.2d 245, 251 (1996); see also Hickman, supra, 335 N.J.Super. at 634, 763 A.2d 330. But see People v. Jackson, 39 P.3d 1174, 1184-86 (Colo.2002) (en banc); State v. Mendez, 137 Wash.2d 208, 970 P.2d 722, 729 (1999) (en banc). Applying that standard, Sloane was seized at the time of the traffic stop. When Officer Muzyka ordered Moore to stop her vehicle on the suspicion that she was driving with a suspended license, Sloane's travel was curtailed. Sloane then got out of the car, and the officer promptly ordered him to return to it. Sloane complied. Apart from what any reasonable person might have thought, Sloane was, in fact, not free to leave. Although he was a passenger and not the driver, he was temporarily “seized.”

Street Cop Podcast
Refusing Police Commands

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 25:44


In this archive episode, Dennis answers questions on case laws regarding refusal to follow police commands. Recorded on 04/19/2018. State v Doss 2002 - https://law.justia.com/cases/new-jersey/appellate-division-published/1992/254-n-j-super-122-1.html?fbclid=IwAR3VADQXd2nKrzEPBtRk3MOniOpmwiYw--JK3I7zyqQ43e6qJmT1Y_GRJRs (https://law.justia.com/.../1992/254-n-j-super-122-1.html) In the present case, once the totality of the circumstances observed by the police justifiably aroused an "articulable suspicion" which warranted their stopping and interrogating defendant, he was legally obligated to halt in response to their shouted orders to stop and, subject to his privilege against self-incrimination, he had a duty to answer their inquiries.[4] As the Court stated in State v. Lashinsky, 81 N.J. 1, 11, 404 A.2d 1121 (1979), "where an officer's instructions are obviously reasonable, *130 in furtherance of his duties, an individual toward whom such instructions are directed has a correlative duty to obey them." See also State v. Taylor, 121 N.J. Super. 395, 297 A.2d 216 (Cty.Dist.Ct. 1972). When defendant continued his flight from the pursuing police officers despite their shouted orders to halt, his refusal to obey their orders, together with all of the other circumstances of the case, gave the police reasonable cause to believe that he had committed or was then committing a criminal offense. See Kolender v. Lawson, supra, 461 U.S. at 366 n. 4, 103 S. Ct. at 1863 n. 4, 75 L. Ed. 2d at 915 n. 4 (Brennan, J., concurring) ("[R]eactions [by individuals to a properly limited Terry encounter], such as flight, may often provide the necessary information, in addition to that the officers already possess, to constitute probable cause."); LaFave, supra, § 9.2(d) at 369 (quoting Model Code of Pre-Arraignment Procedure at 284-85 (1975)). Consequently, when Detective Parks and the other policeman caught up with defendant and handcuffed him when he tripped and fell, they had probable cause to effect his arrest. The concurrent seizure and search of the cap which he held crumpled up in his hand, revealing the cocaine which it contained, was lawful because it was incident to a lawful arrest. See State v. McNair, 60 N.J. 8, 285 A.2d 553 (1972). 2C:29-1 condemns "interference"; it states, "A person commits an offense if he purposely ... prevents or attempts to prevent a public servant from lawfully performing an official function by means of ... physical interference or obstacle...." (Emphasis added.) The implication of Lashinsky is that refusing to obey the order of a policeman constitutes "interference" within the meaning of N.J.S.A. 2C:29-1. See also State v. Manning, 146 N.J. Super. 589, 370 A.2d 499 (App.Div. 1977) (An automobile passenger's refusal to comply with a policeman's order to return to his car "interfere[d]" within the meaning of N.J.S.A. 2A:170-29; cf. Township of East Brunswick v. Malfitano, 108 N.J. Super. 244, 260 A.2d 862 (App.Div. 1970); State v. Taylor, 38 N.J. Super. 6, 118 A.2d 36 (App.Div. 1955)). The second sentence of N.J.S.A. 2C:29-1 says, "This section does not apply to flight by a person charged with crime, refusal to submit to arrest, failure to perform a legal duty other than an official duty, or any other means of avoiding compliance with law without affirmative interference with governmental functions." That sentence does not exclude defendant Doss from its purview. He had not been charged with a crime although he was suspected of one. He had not refused to submit to an arrest; he was seeking to evade a stop short of an arrest. See State v. Perlstein, 206 N.J. Super. 246, 502 A.2d 81 (App.Div. 1985), where this court held that a driver who refused to show her driving credentials to a policeman and who moved her car contrary to his directions was guilty of "attempt[ing] to prevent a public servant from lawfully performing an official function by means of... physical interference" in violation of N.J.S.A....

The Opperman Report
BZ Douglas: Tracking Bad Cops and Shady Prosecutors in Ohio

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 60:03


BZ Douglas: Tracking Bad Cops and Shady Prosecutors in Ohio BZ Douglas is an independent journalist, host of the "BZ Listening" podcast, and producer of the documentary series "State of Injustice", focused on systemic abuse by Ohio police. The first season is available to watch for free at stateofinjustice.com Ed has BZ back on the show to discuss his most recent report analyzing the killing of Vincent Belmonte in East Cleveland by Officer Larry McDonald. East Cleveland will be the focus of the next season of State of Injustice. In the second half of the show, BZ goes into the details of his next story, tracking alleged shady behavior by Ohio Senior Assistant State Attorney General Dan Kasaris. You can follow and support BZ Douglas independent investigative journalism on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/bzdouglas) and Substack (https://bzdouglas.substack.com)

The Opperman Report'
BZ Douglas: Tracking Bad Cops and Shady Prosecutors in Ohio

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 60:03


BZ Douglas: Tracking Bad Cops and Shady Prosecutors in OhioBZ Douglas is an independent journalist, host of the "BZ Listening" podcast, and producer of the documentary series "State of Injustice", focused on systemic abuse by Ohio police. The first season is available to watch for free at stateofinjustice.comEd has BZ back on the show to discuss his most recent report analyzing the killing of Vincent Belmonte in East Cleveland by Officer Larry McDonald. East Cleveland will be the focus of the next season of State of Injustice.In the second half of the show, BZ goes into the details of his next story, tracking alleged shady behavior by Ohio Senior Assistant State Attorney General Dan Kasaris.You can follow and support BZ Douglas independent investigative journalism on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/bzdouglas) and Substack (https://bzdouglas.substack.com)

The Burgundy Zone
Tribal Warfare Featuring Jamual Forrest & Zach Selby!!

The Burgundy Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 80:30


The boys are joined by Jamual forrest & Zach selby to discuss our favorite Sean Taylor moments, Keys for Washington vs KC, and the State of the Franchise!Support the show (https://burgundy-zone.creator-spring.com/?)

The Greek Current
Renewal of Greece-US defense agreement to advance security and stability in the East Med

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 11:46


The United States and Greece signed an extension of the Mutual Defense Cooperation Agreement (MDCA) on Thursday, renewing their agreement for five years with an understanding that from then onward, it would remain in place indefinitely. The MDCA will boost defense cooperation between the two countries, including further investment in bases operated by the US military in Greece. Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and US Secretary of State, who signed the agreement, were meeting in Washington for the third round of strategic dialogue between the two NATO allies. Lena Argiri joins The Greek Current with the latest analysis from Washington, DC.Lena Argiri is the DC Correspondent for ERT - the Greek Public Broadcasting Company.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: Deal with strong US guaranteesAlliances are just part of strategyGreece, US expand defense pact in face of Turkey tensionsTurkey plans military action against Syrian Kurdish YPG if diplomacy failsErdogan threatens fresh military campaign in Syria

Scott and BR - Interviews
DODGERS WIN NLDS ON BLOWN CHECK SWING CALL | #24 SDSU goes for 6-0 | CHARGERS RAVENS

Scott and BR - Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 92:45


The Dodgers advance to the NLCS on a blown check swing call vs the Giants. #24 SDSU trying to remain perfect. Chargers game of the week vs Ravens. Rams @ Giants.  Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MPR News Update
National Guard to help free-up capacity in Minnesota's long-term care facilities

MPR News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 3:52


The governor has called upon the National Guard to help free-up capacity in Minnesota's long-term care facilities, as hospitals buckle under the weight of the latest wave of COVID-19. State leaders are pleading with Minnesotans to get vaccinated, as hospitals hit a capacity crisis. This is an MPR News evening update for Oct 15, 2021. Hosted by Nina Moini.   Our theme music is by Gary Meister. 

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
DEBATE: Libertarian v. NeoConservative on Foreign Policy

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 6:51


https://youtu.be/D01d0j9rLkg It has often been said that war is the health of the State – but the argument could also be made that the reverse is more true: that the State is the health of war. In other words, that war – the greatest of all human evils – is impossible without the State. Practical Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux, p. 61 Odysee BitChute Flote Minds Spotify Archive

Issues, Etc.
2884. Issues, Etc. Soundbite of the Week, 10/15/21

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 20:46


Soundbite of the Week 1 Pr. Matt Harrison, Confessing for Posterity 2 Dr. Joel Biermann, Do the Lutheran Confessions Teach the Separation of Church and State? 3 Greg Koukl, The New Definition of Oppression 4 Pr. Bryan Wolfmueller, Is Your Faith Strong Enough?

The Terry & Jesse Show
15 Oct 21 – Top Doctors Sue the FDA for Pfizer Vaccine

The Terry & Jesse Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 51:11


Today's Topics: 1, 2, 3, 4) Gospel - Lk 12:1-7 - Are not five sparrows sold for two small coins? Yet not one of them has escaped the notice of God. Even the hairs of your head have all been counted. Do not be afraid. You are worth more than many sparrows Bishop Sheen quote of the day Father Charles Murr joins Terry to discuss today's issues of morality and the State

The Best of the Adam Gold Show
Out of the Gate, Mick Mixon, Roundtable

The Best of the Adam Gold Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 54:00


The Adam Gold Show, heard weekdays Noon-3pm ET on the North Carolina Sports Network. On this edition of the show Adam and Alec discuss the Canes win in the season opener and then turn it over to their embedded reporters for thoughts and opinions on the Bucs win over the Eagles and the Dodgers moving onto the NLCS. The voice of the Carolina Panthers, Mick Mixon, joins to talk about how the Panthers matchup with the Vikings in week six. This week's roundtable features the N&O's Luke DeCock and 99.9 The Fan's Joe Giglio to talk Canes opening night, N.C. State at Boston College and the terrible call that ended the Dodgers/Giants series.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
October 15, 2021: After nearly five years of review, Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends approval of Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 18:51


In today’s subscriber-supported public service announcement, the Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards continues to offer classes and events this fall and winter to increase your awareness of our wooden neighbors and to prepare for the future. On October 19, there’s a free class on the Selection, Planting, and Care of Trees from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (register) In early November, there is a three part class on Winter Invasive Plant Identification and Treatment. Information on all the classes and the group can be found at www.charlottesvilleareatreestewards.org. On today’s show:The Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends approval of the update of the Charlottesville Comprehensive PlanA start-up seeking sugar substitutes secures funding for expansion at the State Farm BuildingThe Charlottesville Tree Commission looks forward to the future and a little ReLeafWe begin today with an economic development announcement in Albemarle County. Specifically at the former regional headquarters for State Farm on Pantops. Governor Ralph Northam was on hand to announce that the firm Bonumose will partner with the Hershey Company to research and develop reduced or zero sugar chocolate.“This is a $28 million investment that Bonumose is putting forth in the Commonwealth of Virginia,” Northam said. Ed Rogers is the chief executive officer and co-founder of Bonumose, which was formed in 2016 and currently operates out of the University of Virginia’s North Fork research park. Using a $256,000 grant from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund and $300,000 from the Virginia Investment Performance Grant program, Bonumose will move to a portion of the State Farm site.“It’s an important milestone, 36,000 square foot building,” Rogers said. Bonumose is betting that its technology can provide a healthy sugar substitute that can be produced at a price that can be affordable. Rogers said there’s a lot of hard work to do to prove that the tech will pay off. “We are not so full of hubris that we think that’s going to be easy,” Rogers said. “I mean, sugar is great. Who doesn’t love sugar? I mean even if you hate sugar, you probably love sugar also. It’s the gold standard of sweeteners. It’s natural. It tastes great. It is functional. It provides structure to foods. It helps depress the freezing point so you have creamy ice cream. It caramelizes. It does all of these things in food so when you’re talking about replacing sugar, it’s just not a matter of replacing the sweetness.” Current sugar substitutes do not work as well in cooking, and can be much more expensive than the real thing. Rogers said the product Bonumose will make s based on tagatose, a naturally occurring sweetener. The Pantops facility will serve as a demonstration project and will provide at least 64 new jobs. Rogers said this only came about because the county’s Economic Development office approached the company with options on how to expand. Soon after the pandemic, State Farm said they would shift entirely to a teleworking model and would not return to the 365,000 square foot building. Economic Development Director Roger Johnson is fond of using code names for various projects that they are working on before the deals can be announced. “Albemarle County had begun working with Bonumose well before the state die and we named this project internally Project Leopard, after Def Leppard’s hit song Pour Some Sugar On Me,” Johnson said. This is a story I’ll continue to monitor in the weeks, months, and years to come.New grant programThe City of Charlottesville has launched a new grant program intended to encourage job creation. The GO Hire program run by the Office of Economic Development will be adapted as part of the city’s pandemic recovery efforts. The position must pay $15 an hour. (learn more)“Grant funds can be used for City based businesses hiring a new employee that is a City resident,” reads the application for the program. “[The Office of Economic Development] will reimburse 50 percent of the wages for the initial eight week hiring period.”Grants are capped at $5,000, but the positions are eligible for the Virginia Return to Earn Initiative operated by Virginia Career Works. Comprehensive Plan milestone achieved After four years and ten months of review, the seven member Charlottesville Planning Commission has voted unanimously to recommend approval of an updated Comprehensive Plan as well as the Future Land Use Map. They did so after a long public hearing in which dozens of community members spoke about the plan, which has been drafted by the firm Rhodeside & Harwell as part of the Cville Plans Together initiative. James Freas has only been Charlottesville’s director of Neighborhood Development Services for one month, but had the honor of introducing the public hearing. “The result of this process to date is the draft plan that you have before you tonight which is itself only a first step as we move on to the implementation actions and rulemaking through the zoning ordinance project,” Freas said. That’s the third step in the Cville Plans Together project, but Freas said the Planning Commission had to take into consideration all of the chapters of the Comprehensive Plan. “As we move into implementation, we will be considering this entire plan,” Freas said. “While there has been discussion of the land use map, the strategies in this plan call for environmental protection, historic preservation, recognition of neighborhood context, addressing climate change, and providing affordable housing among many other issues and all of these will go into crafting a new zoning ordinance.”Freas said that densities called for in the future map may be adjusted in places where it is not suitable. He said he is excited to join the team just as this next phase gets underway. Update on Climate Action PlanAfter a presentation on the plan, Commissioners got the chance to ask questions before the public hearing began. One yielded an update on the Climate Action Plan from Kristel Riddervold, the city’s environmental sustainability and facilities development manager. “There’s been sort of some competing priorities that the city has worked on and so we have in some ways given some deference to the comp plan process,” Riddervold said. “There’s been a lot of ground work and climate protection related supporting work that’s been going on for the past year. There is still fully a commitment to develop a climate action plan because that is consistent with Council’s commitment with the Compact of Mayors.”Bill Palmer works in the Office of the Architect at the University of Virginia. He said he supported goals in the draft Comprehensive Plan that refer to the role UVA plays in the community. “And the acknowledgement of UVA’s influence on many aspect of Charlottesville both positive and negative,” Palmer said. “I think continuing the collaboration and cooperation between the city and University is very important and [Albemarle] County as well.”Public hearingThe public hearing lasted nearly two hours and featured competing visions. Some are concerned that additional density in the map could worsen the phenomenon of gentrification.“The process that got us to this point has been incredibly flawed and is now barreling toward a forced premature conclusion,” said Julia Whiting. One former Planning Commissioner agreed with that sentiment. “It feels like we’re driving drunk at night,” said Bill Emory. “Kind-hearted developers will not address our shortage of affordable housing.Third-year UVA student Chloe Estrada said she supports a plan which will hold landlords accountable. “Earlier this year, we conducted a survey of students who have lived off-Grounds to learn more about their housing experiences with specific regard to treatment they have received from landlords,” Estrada said. “Broadly, only 43 percent of student renters were satisfied with their off Grounds housing experience.” One supporter of the plan wanted the implementation phase to begin quickly.“I recommend that you not slow down the process and that you go ahead and adopt this map as a guide for creating new zoning,” said Kathryn Laughon. “We know that changes in status quo are going to create a lot of backlash.”On Monday, Council and the Planning Commission held a two-hour question and answer period on the plan. Kevin Hildebrand had listened and it cleared up one aspect of the plan. “I was encouraged listening to yesterday’s meeting that the up to 12 units is not a by-right development in medium density,” Hildebrand said. “Heretofore that has not been made clear and perhaps the allowable density will be based on lot size.”Commission review and adoptionDozens more people spoke over the next hour or so before the Commission got to their deliberation. There were many discussions of tweaks, and quite a few amendments. Some of this came down to what language should be used. Here’s an interchange about bonus density for providing affordable housing in “sensitive” areas.“I got a new wording,” said Commissioner Rory Stolzenberg. “Consider allowing additional units and height under a bonus program or other zoning mechanism with greater and deeper affordability than non-sensitive areas.” “Is it ‘consider’ or just ‘allowing’ because ‘consider’ means that maybe you can, maybe you cannot,” said Commisioner Taneia Dowell. “‘Allowing sounds like something can happen.”“I don’t think we know yet whether that it should be considered,” said Commissioner Liz Russell. “That’s I think the point.”“In my opinion we can change it to allow and then we can figure out the number in that bonus program,” said Commissioner Karim Habbab. Going forward, NDS Director James Freas will be leading the discussions. If this were a role-playing game, he’s sort of like the dungeon master. “When we say consider, what we mean is that the planning board and the City Council would be the ones doing the considering at the time when you’re moving forward with the adoption of the zoning,”Council will have to take a vote and some of the amendments suggested by the Planning Commission need to be fleshed out by the consultants with more information and specifics. Shortly before the vote, NDS Deputy Director Missy Creasy listed four changes that would be made. One of them was the language we just heard. Here is another:“Require that zoning changes preserve and enhance historic and cultural resources,” Creasy said. Another is to further outline what is meant by a “sensitive” area.“And number four, recommend that sensitive area delineation should continue to be defined and additional means and metrics beyond Census block data need to be considered,” Creasy said. The next step will be the first reading by City Council, scheduled for November 15. In today’s second Substack-fueled shout-out, Code for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit codeforcville.org to learn about those projects. While Charlottesville does not yet have a specific Climate Adaptation Plan, the draft Comprehensive Plan has several references to the importance of trees to the city’s overall goals. In 2015, a measurement found that the city’s tree canopy was at 45 percent of the land cover. The 2021 draft Comprehensive Plan features more calls for preservation requirements including Goal 6 of the Environment, Climate, and Food Equity chapter which includes many strategies for increasing tree canopy, especially in areas that experience the urban heat island effect due to a lack of shade. “The Comprehensive Plan when it is finally done is going to have significant statements about supporting trees, adding trees, and the environmental health of the city,”  said Planning Commissioner Jody Lahendro at the October 5 meeting of the Tree Commission. The Tree Commission was created in 2010 to advocate for those types of policies, and to recognize specific trees. At the beginning of their meeting on October 5, Chair Brian Menard noted that a landmark tree in Maplewood Cemetery crashed to the ground the weekend before.“There is significant damage to the fabric of the cemetery,” Menard said. “There are a lot of stones damaged, some surely beyond repair.” Menard said the sudden death of the tree has caused an impact and points to the importance of celebrating trees. “Just watching people through the neighborhood react to this, it reminds me that for the last year or so we have especially stressed the functional benefits of trees, the health benefits, the environmental benefits,” Menard said. To help with education about those benefits, a group called Charlottesville ReLeaf has formed to lead efforts to help spread the word and to plant trees in strategic areas. Peggy Van Yahres is one of its members. (learn more)“What we want to do is get kids and families excited about trees and the green industry, so we’re really starting with some educational events,” Van Yahres said. Van Yahres said the group is working on developing a website. One idea is to develop materials that can demonstrate the heat differences between different playgrounds. The one at Venable Elementary features a bit of shade, whereas most others do not. Menard said the Tree Commission should be playing a role in making sure that new public projects will include new trees.“We need to know who and where and when plans are being made to make changes to city property so that we’re in early enough on the conversation,” Menard said. “So whether that is with Public Works or with the school division or whoever.” The Tree Commission also got an update on municipal tree planting on public property. The current capital improvement program has set aside $75,000 for that purpose. Mike Ronaybe is the city’s arborist and he said staff needs to be in place to do the planting and to make sure planted trees are regularly watered. “We usually hire 17 seasonals that work at parks in the summertime,” Ronayne said. “I think we are able to fill three of those positions so that’s just seasonal staff. Our full-time staff we’re down about a third from where we need to be for full-time positions.”In the 2020 State of the Forest report, Ronayne stated there is a city planting goal of 200 trees a year, but that has not been met for four years. The Tree Commission discussed ways to encourage other ways to help meet the goal.Special announcement! Today’s the third day of a new promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown Mall This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Under the Water Tower
S1E31 - A Halftime to Remember

Under the Water Tower

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 74:36


Episode Notes On today's show, Matt sits down with a special guest- for our show and him personally-to talk about her Homecoming Queen win (42:03). Also during the show, we review this past Tuesday's Planning Commission meeting; look at the delay at the new water park in Tunica; celebrate a State award for the MS DMV; preview the Northpoint volleyball game and look at the final matches for Lewisburg and Hernando; and review the Lewisburg Homecoming last night, and preview the Northpoint and Hernando games tonight in football. Please subscribe where you listen and on Apple iTunes, and please follow us on Facebook at UTW Podcast; on Instagram at UTW Podcast; on Twitter @UTWpod; or contact us at underthewatertowerinfo@gmail.com. You can crown us kings by giving us that 5-star review on iTunes and we will be happy to give you a shoutout on air. Thank you to Green Ink Pen for the 5-star review this past week. Please listen to the latest episode of our Brother Podcast OBpod here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ob-pod/id1552315835   Finally, visit and support our sponsors: Team Couch of Burch Realty HowToBBQRight/Macolm's Shop Sam Lauderdale/State Farm Desoto Family Dental Care Green King Spray Services Northpoint Christian School Williams Services Hernando Farmer's Market Mobyl Car and Van Rental

Bring On The PodCats
Episode 202: WRNL's Levi Stevenson

Bring On The PodCats

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


Wide Right Natty Lite's managing editor returns to give us an idea of the huge challenge K-State's offense will face and explain why special teams might be the best hope for the Wildcats to pick up a win on Saturday.

Tabadlab Presents...
Pakistonomy - Episode 80 - Can More Information Built Trust in the State

Tabadlab Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 57:05


Uzair talks to Dr. Sanval Nasim about research that he has conducted with other academics about ways in which information may or may not build citizen trust in the state. The working paper is available online at this link -https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/bitstream/handle/10986/34736/Building-Trust-in-the-State-with-Information-Evidence-from-Urban-Punjab.pdf Dr. Nasim is is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). His primary research field is environmental and natural resource economics. His research work includes behavioural experiments on air pollution forecasts and information based pollution mitigation interventions, optimal control modelling of water resources, and cost benefit analysis of clean technology adoption. He obtained his PhD in environmental and natural resource economics from the University of California, Riverside in 2015 and a BA in economics mathematics and in history from Colby College in 2008. Reading Recommendations: - Mastering Metrics by Joshua D. Angrist - Looking Back: How Pakistan Became an Asian Tiger by 2050 by Nadeem Haque - The Armchair Economist by Steven Landsburg - The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Ready Press Play
#92 - We Don't Dread Metroid

Ready Press Play

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 80:06


Dan and Luis talk about their impressions on Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl and Metroid Dread. Plus Sony made a lottery to buy a PS5, Best Buy made a paywall to buy a PS5, Jim Ryan wants to expand PS Software reach, Microsoft Re-thinking right to repair. All this and more. 00:00 - Intro / Housekeeping 05:40 - Nickelodeon All Star Brawl 12:15 - Metroid Dread 24:17 - Jim Ryan on wanting to expand PlayStation Software Reach via GamesIndustry.biz 31:20 - Sony has made a lottery for a chance to buy a PS5 via VGC 36:11 - Best Buy's new $200/yr membership locks PS5 behind sign up via ArsTechnica 43:32 - OLED Switch has ‘improved' Joy-Cons — but drift still persists via Polygon 49:34 - Evidence suggests Switch OLED's dock can support 4K via VGC 52:20 - Microsoft re-thinking right to repair via VG247 57:49 - Extra News #1 - Activision Lawsuit Update via GamesIndustry.biz #2 - Marvel's Avengers is now selling paid XP boosters via Polygon #3 - Rockstar Games has officially announced The GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition via GameSpot #4 - Virtuos has confirmed it's working on an “unannounced [triple-A] action adventure game remake” via VGC #5 - Composer Koichi Sugiyama died at the age of 90 via Polygon #6 - ‘System Shock' live-action series in the works via Deadline #7 - Xbox Series X and S have cleared 100,000 consoles sold in Japan via VGC #8 - November's PlayStation Plus games will include three bonus PlayStation VR titles via VGC #9 - European versions of Nintendo 64 games for Nintendo Switch Online members will all run at 60Hz via MyNintendoNews #10 - Epic has acknowledged that its new Fortnite mode Imposters is inspired by Among Us via VGC Check this out: Celebrate 20 Years of Play Together with 20th Anniversary Hardware Roundup: Ubisoft has delayed Ghost Recon Frontline's tech test following fan backlash, a new studio was opened by State of Decay and Arena NET founder Jeff Strain, and Sledgehammer Games has opened a new studio in the UK. 1:08:00 - New Releases & Updates 1:13:30 - Broke Gamer's Guide 1:17:12 - Outro / Winner of Gameplay / Ready Press Play Full Theme by Joel “WAZ” Perez Every Friday, Dan Lima (@thedanlima) and Luis Menchaca (@chacalaca88) will catch you up on everything that's new and exciting in the world of video games. If you want to write anything to be read in the show, go to readyplaynetwork.com or hit us up on Twitter or TikTok @readypressplay. If you like our intro and would like to support the artist, go check out The.How.To.Be by Waz on Spotify. Thank you!

SnoTap Network
WI Betting Preview: Packers & Badgers Are Both Great Bets | The Daily Tap

SnoTap Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 27:53


The Daily Tap is live for Friday. We have the betting preview covering the two teams from the State of Wisconsin. Charlie talks about the Green Bay Packers taking on the Chicago Bears and why the Bears are smoke and mirrors. The Packers are worth a bet this week and Charlie explains why. (6-15 minutes). Charlie also talks about why he loves the Wisconsin Badgers this week against Army (15-22 minutes). Lastly, he goes through the NFL and college football slate that isn't related to Wisconsin (22-27). Before the betting preview, Charlie introduces Twitter Spaces recaps and what that will mean for the Tapping The Keg brand (0-6 minutes).

Longhorn Blitz
The State of Recruiting: Massive weekend on deck for Texas

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 61:47


The State of Recruiting is a podcast about recruiting in the State of Texas. Horns247 recruiting analysts Mike Roach and Nick Harris work the road in Texas week in and week out to collect the latest recruiting information. Mike Roach and Nick Harris discuss recruiting implications from Texas-OU, preview the big visit weekend on campus, the push for Arch Manning, and high school picks with Guy Frazier Hosts: Nick Harris and Mike Roach Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Agora Podcast - Olympus community podcast
Ep 24 - 15 October 2021 - N.O.W with DKD and Mark11

Agora Podcast - Olympus community podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 34:29


Dropkickdarren and Mark11 navigate you through the newsletter- audio style.Timestamps:Editorial- 3,3 Culture (0:59)Events in the Agorasphere (2:50)OHM-LUSD crucible bond program (4:01)Let's 3, 3 together {pooltogether} (5:26)Olympus Pro update (8:13)Olympus playgrounds (10:33)Forum discussions, X chain liquidity (12:11)DAO DAO swap with Tokemak (14:42)Klima launch (17:13)Algar's flowchart (18:05)Odyssey update- Mushrohms project (19:27)From the Frontlines (20:27)Fiskantes alpha drop (21:06)Ohmie of the week (22:33)Numbers at a glance (23:21)Meme of the week (26:13)State of the DAO (27:02)Agora learning (27:47)Bit of the week (28:02)We touch on a lot in this one Ohmies, how did we do?https://forms.gle/cNUnz2TwEaBUHMCE7…Let us know how you feel about the podcast by filling in the google form that we've linked above.^Olympus Agora:Twitter- https://twitter.com/AgoraDispatchMedium- https://medium.com/@agoradispatchHosts:Dropkickdarren- https://twitter.com/dropkickdarrenMark11- https://twitter.com/Mark11ETHIf you're looking to contribute to the podcast- or think you can add something to our product quality, what are you waiting for Ohmie? Come and join us in the OlympusDAO discord!https://discord.gg/9BcV6DM8

Ecommerce Marketing School with Ben Jabbawy
The Shortest Marketing Guide To BFCM You'll Find Anywhere #297

Ecommerce Marketing School with Ben Jabbawy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 6:39


Try Privy for FREE today Follow Ben on Twitter Download The Ecommerce Marketing Calendar Try The Shopify Store Grader Check out The Ecommerce Marketing Playlist Get your copy of The Ecommerce Marketing Calendar Get your copy of The State of Shopify Report Join The Ecommerce Marketing Community Check out our book, The Ecommerce Marketing Handbook Privy store Ecommerce Marketing School is sponsored by Printful.

TX Forever
S3E12: Underdogs (with Erin Mallory Long)

TX Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 101:28


This week's buddy is the stunning Liv Tyler, oh we mean Erin Mallory Long (@erinmallorylong), co-host of the Best of Friends Podcast and Monster's Inc. stan. This week our references span the ages from It's a Wonderful Life, to Wanda Vision, to Harry Potter and more. Of course we pick apart Panther's trip to STATE, the best Tyra/Landry moments of the season, and the aftermath of the McCoy family drama. Much ado about flare jeans, bangs that look sexy pushed back and so much more gets unpacked this week - enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/txforeverpod/support

Big XII Country
Big 12 Week 6 Review - Week 7 Preview

Big XII Country

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 159:27


We're back and at it this week, with all the latest from the weekend that was and will be! (Start - 1:42:45) We start off looking back at Baylors beatdown in Waco, The Sooners miracle at the annual clash in Dallas, and TCU winning comfortably in Lubbock! (1:42:45 - End) Next the game of the week between the Pokes and Horns. After that we stop in Waco for the Mormons vs the Baptist in a future Big 12 matchup. Up next the sleeper of the weekend as the Red Raiders meet the Jayhawks. At night we get one to watch as the Frogs come to Norman to challenge a Sooners squad riding high off a huge win. Last but definitely not least its the battle of the State schools, we get Farmageddon under the lights in Manhattan! Thanks for listening and see ya soon!

David Feldman Show
Build Back Better Gets Built Back Worse, Episode 1282

David Feldman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 406:53


D.C. Comics announces Superman is gay, which means his kryptonite is now Vanderpump Rules; That wasn't a Twilight Zone tribute when William Shatner looked out the window and saw a Gremlin. That was just Bezos waving goodbye. (3:00) David Does the News (1:30:40) Jon Ross (comedian and gentleman farmer) (1:58:42) The Herschenfelds: Dr. Philip Herschenfeld (Freudian psychoanalyst), and Ethan Herschenfeld (his new comedy special "Thug, Thug Jew" is streaming on YouTube) (2:29:45) "Feldman Made Me Do," Written and Performed by Professor Mike Steinel (2:36:01) Emil Guillermo (host of the PETA Podcast, and columnist for The Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund) (3:01:00) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (Americans United for Separation of Church and State) (4:06:22) The Professors And Mary Anne: Professors Mary Anne Cummings, Jonathan Bick, Ann Li, other PhDs TBD (5:13:53) Professor Harvey J. Kaye ("FDR on Democracy") and Alan Minsky (executive director of Progressive Democrats of America)

The Bartholomewtown Podcast (RIpodcast.com)
WPRO: South Water Street Bike Lane Fiasco with Liza Burkin (Providence Streets Coalition)

The Bartholomewtown Podcast (RIpodcast.com)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 18:50


Bill Bartholomew welcomes Providence Streets Coalition lead organizer Liza Burkin for a discussion on the war of words - and potential action - between the State of Rhode Island and City of Providence with respect to a new bike and pedestrian lane on South Water Street.This is from Bartholomew's guest host appearance on The Dan Yorke Show on WPRO radio, 10.11.21Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bartholomewtown?fan_landing=true)

AIIM On Air
Review of the AIIM 2021 State of the Industry Report

AIIM On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 22:04


Jed Cawthorne, Director of Product Management at NetDocuments discusses the AIIM 2021 State of the Industry Report. Jed was one of the CIPs who participated in the report. Listen to hear about the major findings of the report and what Jed calls “a wake up call for organizational leaders”.  Host, Kevin Craine  

The EdUp Experience
327: Advertising to H.S. Students in 2021 - with Matt Diteljan, CEO & Founder, Glacier

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 48:05


We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! In this episode, we welcome CEO & Co-Founder of Glacier, Matt Diteljan, BACK to the EdUp mic to talk about their 2021 White Paper! The State of Higher Education Advertising to High School Students in 2021 is jam-packed with information on high school students, how they perceive the value of college, how they search for colleges, and what social media platforms they use. YOUR guest host is Kate Colbert & YOUR sponsor is Claremont Lincoln University! Get the white paper here and don't miss this episode of EdUp if you hope to market to the traditional college-aged student! Matt attended the University of Calgary from 2007-2013 for a grand total of six years. Did Matt obtain a master's degree? A PhD? Negative. Matt did a couple victory laps prior to graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce degree along with enough courses to major in at least three other faculties. Matt fondly calls this time his "Academic Adventure." Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Learn what others are saying about their EdUp experience! ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● YOU can follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thank YOU for listening! We make education YOUR business!

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio
Carolina Hurricanes, Luke DeCock, Rod Brind'Amour, Jordan Staal, Abby Labar, Mike Manicalco, Jeff Hafley, "Acapella The News"

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 69:53


The OG with Ovies and Giglio, heard weekdays from 3-6:30 on 99.9 The Fan. On this edition of the show, the guys are live from PNC Arena for the Canes' home opener. They are joined by the News and Observer's Luke DeCock to preview the upcoming season. Also, Canes' Head Coach, Rod Brind'Amour and Captain of the Canes, Jordan Staal stop by to talk about the changes in the off-season, and the expectations for this year. Bally Sports' Abby Labar also drops by to preview the year and talk about the fans' excitement for the season. The Voice of the Carolina Hurricanes, Mike Maniscalco joins the show as well to complete our Canes' coverage. Lastly, before Rand sings about the newcomers to the Canes' roster in "Acapella The News," Boston College Head Football Coach, Jeff Hafley stops by to talk about his team's big match-up with N.C. State this weekend.

Audible Mount Diablo
A Brief History of Mount Diablo State Park: Episode 8

Audible Mount Diablo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 4:27


THE PARK TODAY   In our final episode celebrating Mount Diablo State Park's 100th year, we chat with supervising ranger Cameron Morrison about how the park has changed—and different ways people can enjoy it today.  This series features Ken Lavin, Seth Adams, Robert Doyle, Michael Marchiano, Vincent Medina, and Cameron Morrison. Presented by Mount Diablo Interpretive Association in partnership with Save Mount Diablo and Mount Diablo State Park. Photography and video by Kendall Oei, Scott Hein, and Wally De Young, among others. Music by Phil Heywood. Writing, production, and narration by Joan Hamilton.   

Beyond the Skyline
Interview: Matt Collins, shareholder and construction attorney, Fabyanske, Westra, Hart & Thomson

Beyond the Skyline

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 20:34


Fabyanske, Westra, Hart & Thomson P.A. is celebrating its 40-year anniversary this month. During its four decades of work, the Minneapolis-based law firm has successfully represented clients in cases and advocated for legislation related to the state's construction industry. Looking ahead to its next 40 years, the firm plans to continue shaping the real estate and construction industry through its work, says Matt Collins. Collins is a shareholder and an attorney with the firm's construction law department. His work spans litigating for successful verdicts in commercial and business disputes. His clients include leading local, national and international construction companies, while he also has experience that goes beyond the industry. Although Collins has expertise on various topics, he says the firm's work on the Spearin Doctrine through the Alley Construction Co. Inc. v. State of Minnesota case was among the most impactful on the state's construction industry. The Spearin Doctrine says the government impliedly warrants that plans and specifications given to contractors for a public project are accurate and adequate. The firm was the first to use the doctrine in Minnesota. In this interview with Reporter Kelly Busche, Collins discusses the doctrine, work on cases that ensure public projects are property awarded and trends in the Twin Cities legal community.

Land Line Now
Supply chain problems, plans and myths

Land Line Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 51:16


LLN (10/14/21) – The White House has announced actions intended to help get the supply chain moving again. And those actions will affect truckers. Meanwhile, the Senate moves closer to Meera Joshi's confirmation, and new COVID border rules are put in place. Also, New Jersey, Nevada and Michigan work to curb ticket quotas, while Michigan also tries to make life easier for timber haulers. And the supply chain disruption debate is likely to affect the lives of many truckers. However, there's more on the topic that you need to know – including what truckers are up against and what they can do. 0:00 – Newscast. 10:14 – White House supply chain announcement; Joshi confirmation; COVID border rules. 25:07 – State ticket quota legislation. 40:03 – More on supply chain problems.

Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide

  In this episode we talk with long time Mississippi State personality Steve Robertson in advance of Alabama's visit to Starkville. Steve is a legend among the State community, hosting the Boneyard Podcast, serving as a contributing editor on Gene's Page, and author of multiple books. It was a legit treat to talk ball with Steve. Highlights Include: The Mike Leach Experience, up close Development of Will Rogers within the Air Raid Skill personal for Tide fans to watch closely No Tight End on the roster Improving Defense Favorite Bulldogs and memories of a fun era in State lore Sleuthing   It was a really fun discussion and I trust you'll enjoy it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Experiment
Who Would Jesus Mock?

The Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 24:46


The satire site The Babylon Bee, a conservative Christian answer to The Onion, stirred controversy when some readers mistook its headlines for misinformation. In this episode, The Atlantic's religion reporter Emma Green sits down with the editor in chief, Kyle Mann, to talk about where he draws the line between making a joke and doing harm, and to understand what humor can reveal about American politics. Further reading: “Who Would Jesus Mock?” A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back.  Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at theexperiment@theatlantic.com. This episode was produced by Gabrielle Berbey and Julia Longoria, with editing by Emily Botein and Katherine Wells. Fact-check by Michelle Ciarrocca. Sound design by David Herman, with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Transcription by Caleb Codding.

State of Identity
Gateway to the World

State of Identity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:22


COVID fundamentally evolved the way we transact digitally — from healthcare to banking to online betting through crypto trading account opening. How will banks evolve remote account opening? How will organizations ensure people are responsibly gambling online? In this week's episode of State of Identity, host, Cameron D'Ambrosi is joined by Shaun Moore, the Chief Executive Officer of Trueface, a Pangiam company, and Patrick S. Flanagan, the Co-Founder and COO of Pangiam. They tackle these questions head-on, the broader context of digital identity and proofing solutions, Pangiam's recent acquisition of Trueface, and how software has been the critical piece delivering hardware-agnostic solutions.  

Wisdom's Echo
State of Readiness by Carl Nicholson

Wisdom's Echo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 15:24


State of Readiness by Carl Nicholson

Unpacking Israeli History
Black Saturday: How Far Would You Go For A Homeland?

Unpacking Israeli History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 41:18


https://jewishunpacked.com/podcastsurvey This is the story of the men and women who brought us our state. Who ran guns, defended settlements, defied the Mandatory Powers that Be, smuggled shell-shocked refugees into their homeland… and who disagreed with each other mightily about the best way to wrench their homeland back from a dying empire. In this episode, the last of Season 2, Noam tells the story of Black Saturday and asks, how far would we have gone to bring about the State of Israel? ~~~~ Unpacking Israeli History is generously sponsored by Alan Fisher and Barbara Sommer, and Jon and Rachie Teller, and this episode is generously sponsored by Yoni and Lisa Wintner. ~~~~ Learn more about Unpacked: https://jewishunpacked.com/about/ Visit Unpacked on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/unpacked  Unpacking Israeli History about the Altalena: https://jewishunpacked.com/the-altalena-israels-almost-civil-war/ ~~~~ www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsw_q5vO9hY http://hebrewsongs.com/?song=shirhapalmach https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/quot-my-heart-is-in-the-east-quot-yehuda-halevi https://etzel.org.il/ Sasson Sofer, Zionism and the Foundations of Israeli Diplomacy Anita Shapira, Ben-Gurion: Father of Modern Israel Daniel Gordis, Menachem Begin: The Battle for Israel's Soul https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmYyPcEQKU4 https://www.mfa.gov.il/mfa/foreignpolicy/peace/guide/pages/declaration%20of%20establishment%20of%20state%20of%20israel.aspx Thurston Clark, By Blood and Fire

Street Cop Podcast
Searching Cars for Documents

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 9:57


In this archive episode, Dennis talks about recent case law regarding searching cars for documentation for proof of ownership. Recorded on 03/29/2018. State of NJ v. Terry 2018 - Searching Cars for Documents Defendant Keith Terry caused a patrol car to activate its lights and siren after the rental truck he was driving ran a stop sign. Defendant triggered a dangerous chase as he eluded the police, weaving through traffic before pulling into a gas station. The police removed defendant from the truck at gunpoint, and defendant did not respond to an officer's repeated requests to show the truck's registration or proof of ownership. In light of defendant's silence and his failure to indicate he was in lawful possession of the truck, a police officer conducted a limited search of the glove compartment for the truck's ownership papers and, in the process, observed a handgun in plain view on the vehicle's floor. Thereafter, defendant was charged with and found guilty by a jury of unlawful possession of a firearm and hollow-point bullets. Although the trial court denied defendant's motion to suppress the handgun, the Appellate Division reversed and vacated defendant's conviction. It held that the search was unreasonable because the police did not give defendant the opportunity to produce the truck's registration. We conclude that the Appellate Division erred in substituting its factfindings for those of the trial court. Sufficient credible evidence supported the trial court's determination that defendant was given an adequate opportunity to present the vehicle's registration before the search commenced. We reaffirm our decision in Keaton—and in previous cases—that, when a driver is unwilling or unable to present proof of a vehicle's ownership, a police officer may conduct a limited search for the registration papers in the areas where they are likely kept in the vehicle. We add this limiting principle. When a police officer can readily determine that the driver or passenger is the lawful possessor of the vehicle—despite an inability to produce the registration—a warrantless search for proof of ownership will not be justified. The limited registration search exception to the warrant requirement has long been embedded in our jurisprudence and has been adopted by many other courts. We reject the constitutional challenge to the limited registration search exception, as applied here, and hold that the search of defendant's glove box was reasonable under the Fourth Amendment and Article I, Paragraph 7 of our State Constitution. Accordingly, we reverse the judgment of the Appellate Division and reinstate defendant's conviction. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fcaselaw.findlaw.com%2Fnj-supreme-court%2F1891610.html%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR3ADe5lOR3XQEwPB-zxwuHRM5T4hxukZx6LCRtdF3CtLRn8Ke6Ml9bGZWs&h=AT3IVk1wdn3EHqqu5F_DAa3GXO3Y6VETGILkZPOFXpJUYClPIA6eazfar2K8Vt6kdjkxRN8Zu2zaho9pwTx0_oa6fAMm3hYmJb-H0zCBzOP21XCifalHG8sraCQrzYrttH0T5vDFRmoHVC7YFg&__tn__=-UK-R (http://caselaw.findlaw.com/nj-supreme-court/1891610.html) Also see State of NJ v Julian Hamlett

Ecommerce Marketing School with Ben Jabbawy
$100k In Sales In 30 Days: The Campaign Behind This Winning Strategy #296

Ecommerce Marketing School with Ben Jabbawy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 17:41


Try Privy for FREE today Follow Ben on Twitter Check out Prolific Download The Ecommerce Marketing Calendar Try The Shopify Store Grader Check out The Ecommerce Marketing Playlist Get your copy of The Ecommerce Marketing Calendar Get your copy of The State of Shopify Report Join The Ecommerce Marketing Community Check out our book, The Ecommerce Marketing Handbook Privy store Ecommerce Marketing School is sponsored by Printful.

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Thursday, October 14, 2021

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 25:39


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 9:42): ────────────────── How Did the Public Schools Become Such a Battleground? The Real Roots of the Crisis PART 2 (9:43 - 21:24): ────────────────── State of Virginia As Ground Zero For Debate Over Who Should Determine Education of Children — The Parents or The Professional Elite WASHINGTON POST (JENNA PORTNOY) McAuliffe Vetoes Bill Permitting Parents to Block Sexually Explicit Books in School WALL STREET JOURNAL (GERARD BAKER) Merrick Garland Has a List, and You're Probably on It PART 3 (21:25 - 25:39): ────────────────── The Moral Revolution in a Single Article — USA Today Imbeds Transgender Ideology In a Report About Texas Abortion Law USA TODAY (MABINTY QUARSHIE) Getting An Abortion While Trans Was Always Hard. In Texas, A New Law Puts Outsized Burdens On Them

History Unplugged Podcast
Two Revolutions and the Constitution

History Unplugged Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 38:33


The United States is fraught with angst, fear, anger, and divisiveness due to our current political climate. How did we get here? And where are we headed?Before the American Revolutionary period, Americans thought that the British constitution was the best in the world. Under the British system and their colonial charters, free Americans already enjoyed greater liberties and opportunities than any other people, including those in Britain.Once they declared independence in 1776, the former British colonies in America needed their own rules for a new system of government. They drafted and adopted State constitutions. They needed cooperation between the States to fight the British, so the new States tried a confederation. It was too weak, so eleven years after declaring independence, the Framers devised a revolutionary federal and national constitution—the first major written constitution of the modern world.The new State and federal constitutions and the system of law were deeply influenced by the British system, but with brilliant and revolutionary changes.Today's guest is James D.R. Philip, author of the book “Two Revolutions and the Constitutuion.” He describes how Americans removed the British monarch and entrenched their freedoms in an innovative scheme that was tyrant-proof and uniquely American. It was built on the sovereignty of the American people rather than the sovereignty of a king or queen.So, as well as describing the American Revolution and the development of the American constitutions that came before the final Constitution, we discuss the revolutionary development of the English system of law and government that was a foundation of the American system.

Wake Up Warchant
(10/14/21): "Real" QBs, the lift of two wins, thoughts on Miami

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 60:37


(13:00): The evolving skills of QBs (20:00) Beat Clemson or Florida? (26:00) Improved game/clock management (28:00) So ND was who they are, JSU was the fluke? (32:00) More likely: beat NC State or Miami? (38:00) What a difference two wins makes (45:00) Miami (probably) never coming back Music: Da Baby - Errbody Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Retrospectors
On This Day: Mary, Queen of Plots

The Retrospectors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 9:30


Accused of planning the assassination of her cousin Elizabeth I, Mary Queen of Scots stood trial for treason on 14th October, 1586.Mary's coded letters, delivered to her co-conspirators in beer barrels, had been intercepted by Sir Francis Walsingham, who had deciphered and copied them and built a case against the former Scottish monarch.In this episode, Arion, Rebecca and Olly explain how Mary had come to be exiled in not one, but two, palaces; consider her pleas of innocence, in the light of her apparent propensity for plotting; and paint a memorable picture of her decapitation at the hands of the State… Further Reading:• ‘Mary, Queen of Scots: Life Story (The Babington Plot)', (Tudor Times, 2017): https://tudortimes.co.uk/people/mary-queen-of-scots-life-story/the-babington-plot• ‘Facts about the execution of Mary Queen of Scots' (History Scotland, 2020):https://www.historyscotland.com/history/facts-about-the-execution-of-mary-queen-of-scots/• ‘The Babington Plot' (Russel Tarr, 2020): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1siZxHuzkdUFor bonus material and to support the show, visit Patreon.com/RetrospectorsWe'll be back tomorrow! Follow us wherever you get your podcasts: podfollow.com/RetrospectorsThe Retrospectors are Olly Mann, Rebecca Messina & Arion McNicoll, with Matt Hill.Theme Music: Pass The Peas. Announcer: Bob Ravelli. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. Edit Producer: Emma Corsham.Copyright: Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

John Solomon Reports
Former Ohio Sec of State Blackwell: GOP playbook for 2022 is 'local control' of elections, no shenanigans at precincts

John Solomon Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 26:14


Ken Blackwell, Former Ohio Secretary of State, discusses election integrity and the importance of qualified poll precinct workers, saying that the Virginia model of filling official positions of ‘poll workers' and not just ‘poll observers' is integral to protecting ‘the foundation of the American system of self governance' and ‘the core expression of a people's liberty is the ability to vote in free and fair elections'. Going on to say ‘safeguarding the integrity of our election is paramount to preserving our republic'.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.