annual speech by the President of the United States
From the birth of the republic, American presidents have communicated with the public in one form or another. The frequency and exact nature of such efforts have varied quite a bit over time due to variables ranging from the extent of partisanship in the media to each commander in chief's personal preference to travel technology. Political scientist Anne Pluta has explored this history deeply, including extensive analysis of contemporary newspaper accounts back to the late 18th century. And her insights, contained in writings like the book “Persuading the Public: The Evolution of Popular Presidential Communication from Washington to Trump,” provide plenty of surprises and even challenge some conventional wisdom about the presidency.David Priess chatted with her about her favorite presidents and her assessment of the best communicators among them; the precedents set by George Washington; Thomas Jefferson's State of the Union delivery method; changes in the communication environment during the Andrew Jackson era; Abraham Lincoln's exceptional presidency; the importance of train travel for presidential contact with the public; Rutherford Hayes's underappreciated importance in presidential communication; Theodore Roosevelt as a speaker; Woodrow Wilson's decision to deliver the State of the Union address in person; the importance for presidential communication of radio, television, and the availability of Air Force One; the relatively brief period of national, "objective" media; the late 20th century shift to splintered media; Donald Trump's social media use; Joe Biden's communication practices; and more.Among the works mentioned in this episode:The play HamiltonThe TV show John AdamsThe movie LincolnThe book Persuading the Public by Anne PlutaThe TV show The West WingThe TV show VeepThe movie The American PresidentThe movie Air Force OneThe movie Independence DayThe TV show ScandalThe book The Devil's TeethThe book Twelve Days of TerrorThe book The WaveChatter is a production of Lawfare and Goat Rodeo. This episode was produced and edited by Cara Shillenn of Goat Rodeo. Podcast theme by David Priess, featuring music created using Groovepad.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Three Texas atheists join us to talk about the evangelical attack on our secular democracy in the second-largest state of the "union." It's a conversation with Aron Ra, Wil Jeudy, and Michelle Palmer.
But oh those summer nights. This week, Jimmy and Larry are getting together for some gracious and sincere thank yous, Los Angeles' boy genius, a bi-yearly Nepenthes sample sale review, debating once and for all whether or not The Talented Mr. Ripley is really The Talented Mr. Dripley, is TikTok actually ruining our favorite bars and restaurants, taking a long hard look at the iconic Fanelli Cafe, how much could a BLT actually cost, all the drama surrounding the Horses accusations gossip and, more importantly, what it teaches us about media Twitter, eulogizing the best days spent on the timeline, then James and Lawrence finally get into a litany of personal takes in an exhaustive spring summer jawnz state of the union and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.
Earlier today, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott entered the race for President. That makes him the sixth Republican candidate to get into the race, in a crowded attempt to beat the current frontrunner, former President Donald Trump. So for today's episode, a rerun of my conversation with Tim Scott from last summer. As you'll hear, Scott's approach is fundamentally different from many of his fellow republicans in that he's the ultimate optimist. In part, that optimism comes from his own story. Scott's grandfather picked cotton in the segregated south. He never learned to read or write. Within two generations, without money or connections, his grandson became a U.S. senator, and today, throws his hat in to become President of the United States. Scott told me he is frustrated at all the pessimism, including from inside his own party — and he's frustrated at the notion that America is in decline. Though I hope Scott is right, you'll hear that I challenge him on that idea. I see very good reasons for Americans to be fed up with the state of the union and deeply worried about the future of the country. We also talked about Trump, the state of the GOP and what it's like to be the Senate's only black Republican. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why Not Now? with Amy Jo Martin
Jesse Draper is one of the 50 most connected women in America, and a true trailblazer. Jesse is not only a highly successful venture capitalist, but is also a dedicated mother of three. As the founder of Halogen Ventures, a female focused venture fund, she has built an impressive portfolio of over 70 companies, focusing on accelerating access to capital and deal flow while championing the empowerment of female investors and female entrepreneurs. In this week's episode, Jesse shares her inspiring journey, exploring the challenges she faced while entering the venture capital space and running a successful operation. She also addresses the need for more women managing capital and offers advice on fostering a more equitable and diverse landscape. You'll also hear Jesse's take on the unique struggles faced by working mothers, the constant juggle between professional demands and family life, and her passion towards transforming the realm of child care. Join Jesse and Amy Jo as they unpack the state of the union with women in investing and funding, and discover actionable steps you can take to shift the dynamic. Learn more about Jesse and Halogen Ventures here: https://halogenvc.com/team For more info and to join Renegade, head to renegade.global. Follow Renegade Global on Instagram Get Amy Jo's newsletter. Follow Amy Jo: Instagram Twitter Facebook Why Not Now? Instagram Buy Amy Jo's Book
The Brainy Business | Understanding the Psychology of Why People Buy | Behavioral Economics
In today's fast-paced world, attention spans are shorter than ever. By making stories concise, engaging, and to the point, marketers can cater to the needs of overwhelmed audiences while still delivering powerful messages. Short stories leave out unnecessary details while retaining the most critical elements, ultimately making them more memorable and easier to digest. David Paull considers short stories to be particularly useful tools in marketing and communications. He cites the popularity of TED Talks as evidence that people are drawn to concise yet impactful stories. In the podcast, he discusses the importance of refining messages through a careful editing process, distilling them down to their most essential aspects, and making them as powerful and engaging as possible. In this episode: Unleash the potential of behavioral storytelling to revolutionize your branding and marketing efforts. Learn how Dialsmith dials offer an innovative way to non-consciously measure audience reactions. Discover how to implement the RSPCT framework for designing impactful and convincing messages. Realize the significance of concise, emotionally charged stories for capturing your audience's interests. Leverage testimonials and social proof to amplify your persuasion techniques. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction, Melina Palmer introduces David Paull, CEO of Dialsmith and founder of Lillian Labs. She highlights David's expertise in using storytelling to build brands and introduces his behavioral storytelling framework. 00:04:02 - Dialsmith, David Paull talks about Dialsmith, his insights technology company that develops dials used in focus groups during presidential debates and State of the Union addresses. He also discusses the online version of the dials and the consultancy arm of the company, Lillian Labs. 00:11:56 - Storytelling, David shares his journey in becoming interested in storytelling through his work on strategic communications and messaging. He talks about how he got involved with the Story Conference in Nashville and the experiments and thought exercises he did on cognitive biases and behavioral economics. 00:15:33 - Behavioral Storytelling, David Paul explains how he blends insights and storytelling to create behavioral storytelling. He provides an example of working with clients on climate issues and how they isolate the real problem and test their messaging with the market. The goal is to take the audience on an emotional or intellectual journey that leads to action. 00:19:25 - TEDxPortland, David Paul discusses his involvement with TEDxPortland, the largest indoor TEDx in the world. He talks about the importance of having a diverse group of speakers and how they select the speakers for the event. 00:16:25 - The RSPCT Framework, David Paull discusses his RSPCT Framework, which involves determining the real problem for the target audience, understanding what's at stake if the problem is not solved, identifying the perfect outcome, crafting an effective call to action, and providing testimonials and social proof for added credibility. 00:19:23 - The Danger of Stressing the Problem, Melina Palmer and David Paull discuss how stressing the problem too much can lead to unintentional normalization of the behavior you want to change. Instead, they highlight the importance of including testimonials and social proof to make the audience feel comfortable with the solution being proposed. 00:24:56 - Tips on Delivering a TED Talk, David Paull shares his experience as a speaker coach for TEDxPortland. He emphasizes the importance of keeping talks short, with a focus on big original ideas and tangible takeaways. He also recommends a strong emphasis on editing to distill the message down to its most essential elements. 00:27:38 - The Power of Short Stories, Melina Palmer and David Paull highlight the power of a short story to convey complex ideas in a short amount of time. They use examples from famous TED Talks, including one that was only two minutes and fifty-two seconds long. They emphasize the importance of making every word count to deliver a compelling message that resonates with the audience. 00:30:24 - Make It as Short as Possible, David Paull shares a quote from Albert Einstein about making scientific work. 00:31:51 - Finding the Real Problem, The first step in problem-solving is identifying the real problem. Keep peeling back the layers until you find the underlying issue by asking "why" until there's nowhere else to go. Then determine what's at stake and what the perfect outcome would be if the problem is solved. 00:32:34 - Using Storytelling to Evoke Emotion, Describing the perfect outcome in a way that can be felt is crucial. Storytelling evokes emotion, making it easier for people to make a decision. The call to action should demonstrate how your solution solves the real problem, alleviates what's at stake, and delivers the perfect outcome. 00:33:13 - Testimonials and Social Proof, Sharing testimonials and social proof will help people feel comfortable. It's important to tap into how people process information and make decisions. Using quantifiable data is better than squishy information when demonstrating the effectiveness of a solution. 00:33:47 - Additional Resources, The podcast episode mentions additional resources, including episodes on Herding and Social Proof, as well as a link to Michelle Auerbach's episode on the importance of emotion in decision-making. All resources can be found here in the show notes. 00:34:08 - Conclusion, Melina's top insights from the conversation, a recap of the RSPCT framework, and items for you to consider as you implement what you learn. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! Learn and Support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books. Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: The Life-Saving Skill of Story, by Michelle Auerbach Ted Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking, by Chris Anderson Contagious, by Jonah Berger A More Beautiful Question, by Warren Berger Daring Greatly, by Brene Brown Connect with David: DavidPaull.com David on Twitter David on LinkedIn Top Recommended Next Episode: The Power of Storytelling, Michelle Auerbach Already Heard That One? 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Today's episode of The POD kicks off with a mostly full barn and a bit of a surprise. Evan Fox joins the program today as the boys kick off the show with a little yard talk. Foxy actually brings the show full circle and references the Pod FOD so we jump right into it. Todays FOD includes the most unrealistic Fast and Furious scenes, a state of the union of Marvel shows/movies, we check in with our favorite Pokemon collector from last week and much much more. Make sure to subscribe to youtube.com/thepodpmi to watch full episodes and don't forget to send your submissions for the Pod FOD to @ThePodPMI on twitter and instagram. We appreciate you rocking with us and we'll see you Wednesday, Cheers.
This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, May 17th, 2023. Concordis Education Partners: Classical Christian education has reminded us to aim education at truth, but the trivium has been used as a formula rather than a way of training students in discernment. To teach well, you must coach. Concordis Foundation is offering their third annual BOOT CAMP – a faculty summit – July 11-13th in Moscow, Idaho. This is a three-day intensive teaching training where you learn to coach students, using the trivium, so that you can meet students at all learning levels. Learn more at concordispartners.com https://www.dailywire.com/news/tsa-rolls-out-facial-recognition-technology-test-at-several-major-airports TSA Rolls Out Facial Recognition Technology Test At Several Major Airports The Transportation Security Administration is testing the use of facial recognition technology at airports across the nation, a move that the federal agency claims will help employees more easily identify travelers. Passengers may soon find themselves in a security screening line where they are asked to place their identification into a slot and look into a camera, after which a small screen will take their picture and flash the words “photo complete,” permitting the traveler to continue through the security process without handing their identification to an employee. The technology is currently in use at 16 airports throughout the country, such as those in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, Phoenix, and Salt Lake City, according to a report from the Associated Press. Passengers are allowed to opt out of the pilot program conducted by the TSA, which is a branch of the Department of Homeland Security. TSA employees in the security lines with the technology, which examines whether the identification is real and whether the identification belongs to the traveler, will nevertheless be present to ensure that the system reaches correct conclusions. The test of the technology comes despite a February letter from five members of the Senate, including Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR), who expressed concern over reports that the system could be implemented across the United States as soon as this year if deemed successful. The lawmakers contended that facial recognition technology “represents a risk to civil liberties and privacy rights.” Federal entities already leverage facial recognition technology in various capacities despite the privacy and security concerns: a report published last year by the Government Accountability Office found that 18 out of 24 agencies reported using facial recognition systems in fiscal year 2020, largely for computer access and law enforcement activities, while 14 out of 42 agencies that employ law enforcement officers reported using the technology in criminal investigations. Americans broadly support the “widespread use of facial recognition technology” by police officers who utilize the systems for law enforcement purposes, according to a survey from Pew Research Center, in which 27% of respondents said the policy was a “bad idea” and 46% said the policy was a “good idea.” Other state and local governments have indeed banned biometric recognition technology. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed suit last year against Google and Meta for breaches of state laws which prohibit technology firms from using data such as iris scans, fingerprints, voiceprints, or records of hand and face geometry for commercial purposes without permission. https://www.theepochtimes.com/anheuser-busch-announces-changes-company-amid-bud-light-boycott_5266255.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Anheuser-Busch Makes Changes to Company Amid Bud Light Boycott Anheuser-Busch revealed that it is making attempts to change its marketing structure in the midst of a backlash after Bud Light produced a can featuring a transgender activist’s face for a social media promotion. While the firm did not make mention of the controversy and boycott, a spokesperson for the brewing giant told Fox2Now in St. Louis that it held a meeting in the city and that “we have communicated some next steps with our internal teams and wholesaler partners.” “First, we made it clear that the safety and welfare of our employees and our partners is our top priority,” the company spokesperson said before adding that a new executive was tapped to head a marketing division. “Todd Allen was appointed Vice President of Bud Light added the spokesperson. “Third, we made some adjustments to streamline the structure of our marketing function to reduce layers so that our most senior marketers are more closely connected to every aspect of our brands activities. These steps will help us maintain focus on the things we do best: brewing great beer for all consumers, while always making a positive impact in our communities and on our country.” For the past month and a half, Bud Light’s sales have taken a nosedive after transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney posted a video with the namesake can on social media, writing “#budlightpartner” in the caption. That led many to believe the light beer was officially partnering with Mulvaney and would launch a campaign with the activist, who is a biological male. Anheuser-Busch executive Brendan Whitworth said in an April 14 news release that the beverage firm had had no intention of sparking division or wading into a political debate. However, Whitworth made no mention of Mulvaney or the backlash. Weeks later, Anheuser-Busch InBev CEO Michel Doukeris told investors in a call that there was no partnership with Mulvaney and that only “one can” was produced with Mulvaney’s face. In a subsequent Financial Times interview, Doukeris claimed that the slumping Bud Light sales were sparked by social media-driven “misinformation.” Continuing, the CEO said that people believed it was a campaign. “It was not: it was one post. It was not an advertisement,” he remarked, contradicting the #budlightpartner hashtag that Mulvaney had written. Sales of the product dropped 26 percent year-over-year in the week ending April 22, according to Bump Williams Consulting based on Nielsen IQ data. Meanwhile, sales of rival beers Coors Light and Miller Light both saw their sales rise by about 10 percent each, according to the data. In the midst of the backlash, two Bud Light executives—Alissa Heinerscheid and Daniel Blake—took a leave of absence, the company said. “Given the circumstances, Alissa has decided to take a leave of absence which we support. Daniel has also decided to take a leave of absence,” the company said last month. https://thepostmillennial.com/seattle-to-pay-out-2-3-million-to-whistleblowers-who-revealed-mayor-engaged-in-chaz-cover-up-by-deleting-texts?utm_campaign=64487 Seattle to pay out $2.3 MILLION to whistleblowers who revealed mayor engaged in CHAZ cover-up by deleting texts The city of Seattle will be forced to pay $2.3 million to settle a lawsuit brought by city employees who were mistreated after they helped reveal that thousands of then-Mayor Jenny Durkan’s text messages had been deleted during the violent riots that rocked the city and the deadly Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in the summer of 2020. A whistleblower complaint by the employees helped to reveal that the texts of Durkan, former Police Chief Carmen Best, Fire Chief Harold Scoggins, and other top officials from the summer of 2020 were intentionally deleted. Though the King County Superior Court case was resolved last month, the terms of Seattle’s settlement with Stacy Irwin and Kimberly Ferreiro weren’t finalized until this week and the details were released to The Seattle Times through a public disclosure request on Friday. The $2.3 million payout is in addition to over $770,000, as of April, spent by the city on attorneys to defend the case, the outlet reported. According to the suit, Irwin and Ferreiro claimed that they resigned as public-records officers in Durkan’s office due to hostile conditions and retaliation. The pair claimed they were “subjected to scorn, ridicule, abuse, and hostility … and the demand to perform illegal acts.” The pair sounded the alarm in 2021 when they complained to the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission that the mayor’s office was mishandling records requests. An investigation by the SEEC determined that the mayor’s legal counsel, Michelle Chen, had violated the state Public Records Act by using narrow interpretations of certain requests to exclude Durkan’s missing texts and diverged from best practices by not informing requesters the texts were missing. Under state law, texts and other communications about public businesses by local elected officials must be kept for at least two years and anyone who willfully destroys a public record that’s supposed to be preserved is guilty of a felony, punishable by up to five years in prison. The settlement agreement includes $25,000 in lost wages each to Irwin and Ferreiro, while the remainder of the $2.3 million is for general damages and attorneys’ fees. As part of the settlement, the plaintiffs are required to drop the case, destroy city documents in their possession, and never pursue jobs in the city again. Additionally, both parties are barred from talking publicly about the settlement amount. Irwin told the Times that records disappeared and yet, “There’s been no accountability. These officials basically got away with it and the taxpayers are paying.” Ferreiro said, “It’s still a loss for the citizens of Seattle,” because some questions about the actions of city officials “will never be answered.” In August 2022, then-King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg requested that Sheriff Patti Cole-Tindall investigate the city officials’ deleted texts, but Cole-Tindall’s office has yet to announce the results. Durkan’s office previously claimed that an “unknown technology issue” caused the texts to go missing but a city-commissioned forensic report found that Durkan’s phone was changed in July 2020 to delete texts automatically after 30 days as well as texts stored in the cloud. Durkan also previously claimed that she dropped her phone in a tide pool on the July 4 weekend of that year. A subsequent forensic report commissioned by business owners and residents suing the city over the deadly autonomous zone revealed that Durkan texts were manually deleted. In February, the city settled that lawsuit for $3.65 million, including $600,000 in penalties for the deleted texts. The settlement came swiftly after a judge sanctioned the city for destroying evidence and noted that Durkan’s excuses “strained credibility.” Over 27,000 texts were deleted from Best’s phone and the most recent forensic reports show that phones used by Scoggins and others were reset in October 2020. In 2022, Seattle paid nearly $200,000 and pledged to improve its public records processes to settle a lawsuit brought by The Seattle Times that alleged the city had mishandled requests from reporters who asked for the messages between city officials. In February, the owner of a Korean restaurant filed a federal lawsuit against the city for the loss of business and expenses incurred during the notorious autonomous zone. Litigation against the city as a result of the zone has already cost Seattle over $11 million. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/defense-national-security/bipartisan-bill-pentagon-mexican-drug-cartels-pushing-fentanyl Bipartisan bill would empower Pentagon to take down Mexican drug cartels pushing fentanyl Democrats and Republicans from the House and Senate will debut legislation that would declare fentanyl a national security threat and allow the Pentagon to take new action targeting Mexican drug cartels. Senate Armed Services Committee members Joni Ernst (R-IA) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) shared exclusively with the Washington Examiner Tuesday morning their forthcoming bipartisan, bicameral bill to use their oversight authority of the Department of Defense to force the federal government to take stronger actions against Mexican transnational criminal organizations. "The amount of lives lost in Iowa and across the country due to this deadly drug has far surpassed the federal government’s response, and we must scale immediately to combat this national security threat," Ernst said in a statement provided to the Washington Examiner. "This bipartisan work will engage Mexico as an active partner to counter fentanyl trafficking and put the Pentagon’s tools to use to save American lives.” The Disrupt Fentanyl Trafficking Act would require the Pentagon to develop a fentanyl-specific counterdrug strategy, including how to work directly with the Mexican military and to increase security operations with Mexico. Fentanyl is largely moved into the U.S. from Mexico, and the ingredients to make the powerful drug originate in China and are then shipped to producers in Mexico. Ernst and Kaine maintained that enlisting the Mexican government as an equal partner in the war on fentanyl is critical, given the southern neighbor has failed to get a hold of the problem over the past five years. Between 2017 and 2021, fentanyl seizures at the U.S. border increased by 950% — most of which occurred under Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Fentanyl has become the leading cause of death in U.S. adults between 18 and 45. President Joe Biden, in his State of the Union address earlier this year, vowed to do more to tackle the epidemic. Now before we end today, it’s time for a new segment I like to call the rundown: https://www.cnbc.com/2023/05/15/microsoft-activision-deal-eu-approves-takeover-of-call-of-duty-maker.html European Union regulators on Monday approved Microsoft’s proposed $69 billion acquisition of gaming firm Activision Blizzard, subject to remedies offered by the U.S. tech giant. The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, said that Microsoft offered remedies in the nascent area of cloud gaming that have staved off antitrust concerns. These remedies centered on allowing users to stream Activision games they purchase on any cloud streaming platform. Europe’s green light is a huge win for Microsoft, after the U.K.’s top competition authority last month blocked the deal. https://www.military.com/daily-news/2023/05/15/china-sentences-78-year-old-us-citizen-life-prison-spying-charges.html China sentenced a 78-year-old United States citizen to life in prison Monday on spying charges, in a case that could exacerbate the deterioration in ties between Beijing and Washington over recent years. Details of the charges against John Shing-Wan Leung, who also holds permanent residency in Hong Kong, have not been publicly released. Such investigations and trials are held behind closed doors and little information is generally released other than vague accusations of infiltration, gathering secrets and threatening state security. https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2023/05/15/81-year-old-martha-stewart-poses-for-sports-illustrated-swimsuit/ Martha Stewart, who is 81-years-old, posed for the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, making her the oldest cover model in SI swimsuit issue history. That’s it… that’s all there is with that story. https://www.foxnews.com/sports/horse-euthanized-churchill-downs-broken-leg-becomes-8th-thoroughbred-die-track-last-2-weeks Another horse is dead after running at Churchill Downs, the site of the annual Kentucky Derby. Rio Moon broke his leg on Sunday near the finish line and had to be euthanized. The horse became the eighth to die in the last two weeks at the racetrack - seven died of multiple causes in the days, and hours, leading up to the May 6 Derby. https://www.cbssports.com/nba/news/ja-morant-could-face-significant-suspension-to-start-2023-24-nba-season-over-latest-controversy-per-report/ In NBA news… The Memphis Grizzlies could start next season without their best player for a period of time. After an Instagram Live video circulated online that showed Grizzlies superstar Ja Morant holding what appeared to be a gun in a car, the All-Star guard was suspended by Memphis from all team activities. But that's not the only suspension Morant could be facing. The franchise centerpiece could be facing a "significant suspension" from the league, according to Adrian Wojnarowski. The video in question was from an Instagram Live on Saturday, and it shows Morant in a car with friends and for a brief second as the camera pans to him it appears that he is holding a gun. After the video made the rounds on social media, the Grizzlies suspended their star guard. The league then announced it was launching an investigation into the situation.
A Neighbor's Choice writer Surit Dasgupta joins David Gornoski to talk about how Elvis embodies the American vision and how we can imitate him in a time of defeatism and nihilism. Did Elvis set a precedent for our current degeneracy? What can we learn from Elvis' powerful rendition of "An American Trilogy?" How do we move from a culture of reacting to that of innovation? What did Berdyaev mean when he spoke about a "new sainthood?" Why is there always a sense of ecstasy after every State of the Union speech by the US President? Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: According to Special Counsel John Durham's report, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) not only improperly investigated Donald Trump but also used much higher standards when considering investigations into Hillary Clinton and her campaign. According to Special Counsel John Durham's report, “FBI records prepared by [former FBI agent Peter] Strzok in February and March 2017 show that at the time of the opening of Crossfire Hurricane, the FBI had no information in its holdings indicating that at any time during the campaign anyone in the Trump had been in contact with any Russian intelligence officials.” You can read more about the Durham report here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-john-durhams-years-long-investigation-into-trump-russia-collusion-investigators-is-over Despite finding that the FBI did not have sufficient reason for investigating the 2016 Donald Trump campaign, MSNBC's political correspondent Sara Murray claimed the Durham report was not evidence of a corrupt “deep state.” Meanwhile, MSNBC contributor—and formal Obama Administration official—Andrew Weissmann bizarrely called the report a “big fat nothing.” While appearing on CNN's State of the Union with Dana Bash, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claimed that illegal border crossings at the U.S. southern border are “markedly down” since Thursday—with 6,300 crossings on Friday and 4,200 on Saturday. Interestingly, in 2019, former Obama Administration Department of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said 1,000 illegal border crossings per day would “overwhelm” the country.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: Political activists paid to have a plane fly a pro-Helen Gym banner over Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA during Taylor Swift's concert on Sunday. Philadelphia's Mayoral Primary will be held on Tuesday, May 16th. Interestingly, Forbes is reporting that Swift's latest concert tour could result in her being paid $500 million to $1.5 billion! Jacob Sullum of Reason Magazine writes about a U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia ruling that found it was unconstitutional to place age restrictions on handgun ownership for 18-to-20-year-olds. You can read the full report here: https://reason.com/2023/05/15/age-restrictions-on-handgun-sales-are-unconstitutional-a-federal-judge-rules/ Although interest rates are rising, credit card debt in America has hit an all-time high of $930 billion. While appearing on CNN's State of the Union with Dana Bash, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claimed that illegal border crossings at the U.S. southern border are “markedly down” since Thursday—with 6,300 crossings on Friday and 4,200 on Saturday. Interestingly, in 2019, former Obama Administration Department of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said 1,000 illegal border crossings per day would “overwhelm” the country.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (05/15/2023): 3:05pm- Political activists paid to have a plane fly a pro-Helen Gym banner over Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA during Taylor Swift's concert on Sunday. Philadelphia's Mayoral Primary will be held on Tuesday, May 16th. 3:10pm- Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) are endorsing progressive candidate Helen Gym for Philadelphia Mayor. On Saturday, the two prominent politicians attended a rally to benefit Gym—the rally was held at Franklin Music Hall in Spring Garden. Could these major endorsements give Gym an edge in the city's May 16th Mayoral Primary? 3:15pm- The New York Post's Editorial Board writes, “[w]e'll never know if a grand jury would've indicted Daniel Penny in the death of Jordan Neely, because Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg decided to skip that step—clearly because a horde of lefty politicians and raging protesters demanded it.” You can read the full article here: https://nypost.com/2023/05/12/in-rush-to-charge-daniel-penny-bragg-again-showed-hes-on-team-crime/?dicbo=v2-NHh1f9K 3:35pm- In the Wall Street Journal opinion section, Douglas Schoen and Andrew Stein hypothesize that former First Lady Michelle Obama might be the Democrat party's best option in 2024 if President Joe Biden ultimately decides not to run for reelection. You can read the editorial here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/if-biden-bows-out-how-about-michelle-obama-clinton-harris-backup-rematch-500342d0?mod=opinion_lead_pos5 3:40pm- Breaking News: In a 306-page report, Special Counsel John Durham has concluded that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) did not have sufficient reason to launch an investigation into unfounded allegations that there were ties between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russian officials. 4:05pm- According to Special Counsel John Durham's report, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) not only improperly investigated Donald Trump but also used much higher standards when considering investigations into Hillary Clinton and her campaign. 4:10pm- According to Special Counsel John Durham's report, “FBI records prepared by [former FBI agent Peter] Strzok in February and March 2017 show that at the time of the opening of Crossfire Hurricane, the FBI had no information in its holdings indicating that at any time during the campaign anyone in the Trump had been in contact with any Russian intelligence officials.” You can read more about the Durham report here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-john-durhams-years-long-investigation-into-trump-russia-collusion-investigators-is-over 4:35pm- Despite finding that the FBI did not have sufficient reason for investigating the 2016 Donald Trump campaign, MSNBC's political correspondent Sara Murray claimed the Durham report was not evidence of a corrupt “deep state.” Meanwhile, MSNBC contributor—and formal Obama Administration official—Andrew Weissmann bizarrely called the report a “big fat nothing.” 4:50pm- While appearing on CNN's State of the Union with Dana Bash, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claimed that illegal border crossings at the U.S. southern border are “markedly down” since Thursday—with 6,300 crossings on Friday and 4,200 on Saturday. Interestingly, in 2019, former Obama Administration Department of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said 1,000 illegal border crossings per day would “overwhelm” the country. 5:05pm- The Drive at 5: 81-year-old Martha Stewart will be featured on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. 5:15pm- Aruna Viswanatha and Sadie Gurman of The Wall Street Journal write of Special Counsel John Durham's findings: “He said the bureau swiftly pursued a vague tip about potential contacts between a Trump campaign aide and Russia authorities in July 2016, even though, the report says, the bureau had no other information in its files to corroborate any such contact. The Justice Department's inspector general in 2019 found similar flaws in the FBI inquiry but found the investigation was justified…He concluded that the FBI didn't rigorously analyze information it received, especially from people and groups with political affiliation, prolonging the investigation and prompting the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Mr. Durham said the FBI was overly reliant on investigative leads from Mr. Trump's political opponents.” You can read the full article here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/fbi-faulted-for-its-probe-of-russian-meddling-in-2016-campaign-32287018?mod=hp_lead_pos4 5:30pm- The Mystery Movie Clip! 6:05pm- Political activists paid to have a plane fly a pro-Helen Gym banner over Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA during Taylor Swift's concert on Sunday. Philadelphia's Mayoral Primary will be held on Tuesday, May 16th. Interestingly, Forbes is reporting that Swift's latest concert tour could result in her being paid $500 million to $1.5 billion! 6:20pm- Jacob Sullum of Reason Magazine writes about a U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia ruling that found it was unconstitutional to place age restrictions on handgun ownership for 18-to-20-year-olds. You can read the full report here: https://reason.com/2023/05/15/age-restrictions-on-handgun-sales-are-unconstitutional-a-federal-judge-rules/ 6:35pm- Although interest rates are rising, credit card debt in America has hit an all-time high of $930 billion. 6:45pm- While appearing on CNN's State of the Union with Dana Bash, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claimed that illegal border crossings at the U.S. southern border are “markedly down” since Thursday—with 6,300 crossings on Friday and 4,200 on Saturday. Interestingly, in 2019, former Obama Administration Department of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said 1,000 illegal border crossings per day would “overwhelm” the country.
Pianist Jacqueline Schwab will perform a concert entitled “Mothers and Children: A Mother's Day Concert of Hope and Peace” at the Guilderland Public Library this Sunday, May 14 at 2 p.m.Schwab's signature piano playing features in over a dozen of Ken Burns' documentaries, including his Grammy-winning “Civil War,” “Baseball,” “The War” and others. As a solo pianist, she has performed vintage American music in almost every state of the union. Her latest album is “I Life My Lamp: Illuminations from Immigrant America.”
This week Luke and Perry sit down again with Sam Seeton from Infinite Outdoors. The topic this week covers a myriad of topics from the winterkill of antelope and deer, bluetongue, CWD, non-resident, and much more. Tags are being reduced across the west and it is important to be plugged in and paying attention to biology and weather patterns. @samseeton @infiniteoutdoors_usa Please drop a follow on IG @thehuntlifteatpodcast and @huntlifteatofficial Drop us rating and review on Apple & Spotify! www.huntlifteat.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gojo, Mike Golic Sr, and Brandon officially announce that our show has been added to Samsung TV Plus and DraftKings Network's 24-hour lineup (01:44). This and other show changes to come are discussed, but more importantly, you can tune in GoJo LIVE from 10-11a ET on draftkingsnetwork.com. Then the guys congratulate all the franchises that were able to “stave off” elimination as the Knicks, the Warriors and the Maple Leafs win and live to play another day (11:57) before diving into why this Knicks - Heat series has been so weird (13:09). After Julius Randle helped New York last night Gojo asks if the Knicks should consider moving him after another lackluster postseason from the All-NBA player (18:33). The Warriors beat the Lakers at home but the big story of Game 5 is Anthony Davis' head injury in the 4th Q and how he avoided NBA's concussion protocols (19:35). They also talk Golden State's effectiveness on the road and what it will take from Los Angeles to close out this series and move on to the Western Conference Finals (29:11). Then the guys address the situation in Morgantown, West Virginia where Bob Huggins' salary was docked $1M, he was suspended and forced to go to sensitivity training after uttering homophobic slurs (33:03) and finish up with This, That, and the Third (39:13): NFL Season Opener Announced, JJ Redick interviews for Raptors HC job, and Notre Dame's new apparel deal. Click here to subscribe, rate, and review the newest episodes of GoJo with Mike Golic Jr! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jake opens with a State of the Union address of the Boston Bruins all time collapse, Cov talks NBA Playoff basketball, we then rank the best players in the playoffs while ending the episode with the NBAs greatest Playoff Moments
In this episode of Shot of Michigan Sports, the guys discuss: Weekly Check In (0:00) Detroit Lions (30:00) Detroit Pistons (52:30) Detroit Tigers (1:04:00) Detroit Red Wings (1:09:00) Michigan Football (1:14:00) Michigan State Football (1:21:00) Michigan Basketball (1:29:00) Michigan State Basketball (1:30:00) We'd really appreciate it if you followed, reviewed and shared our podcast with a friend. If you would like a question answered on the show, please text or leave a voicemail at 984-444-9286. Be sure to follow us for weekly show clips and other content. Twitter: @shotofms Instagram: @shotofms
What I Want to Know with Kevin P. Chavous
Twelve years ago, former President Barack Obama focused his State of the Union address on education, calling for the training of 100,000 new teachers of science and mathematics. By 2021, that 100,000 goal had been achieved, but there was still work to be done. And in 2022, the U.S. Department of Education announced its You Belong in STEM initiative, designed to bring equity and high-quality STEM education to America's schools. How do we ensure that STEM teachers are given the tools necessary to succeed? What challenges do we face in bringing high-quality STEM education to our nation's classrooms? And how can we ensure that STEM education is helping our students understand the problems of today… and tomorrow? In this episode, Kevin explores how we can best support and cultivate STEM teachers with Deputy Secretary of Education Cindy Marten and Beyond 100K founder Talia Milgrom-Elcott.
Dave Smith came over for the State of the Union! Dave breaks down what the hell is going on in America and around the world in our annual Skeptic Tank State of The Union, which is usually done in the beginning of the year. It's always a great conversation with Dave and this time is no different. It's a long one, almost five hours. I hope you enjoy! For more Ari: All upcoming shows & tickets: The Wrong Side of History Tour is on sale now! TICKETS // Follow on Instagram // Official Website For more Dave: Dave Smith Official Website @theproblemdavesmith - Instagram @ComicDaveSmith - Twitter YouTube The Music: Chuck Berry - Living in the USA Sex Pistols - Holiday in the Sun NOFX - The Idiots are Taking Over Lana Del Rey - National Anthem Thanks to our sponsor Sheath Underwear! use code "Ari" for 20% off your order at sheathunderwear.com
Richard Haykel is the Chairman of Haykel Hospital S.A.L. in Tripoli, Lebanon and Executive Director of CARA Ventures, LLC. Richie has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Tufts University, a Master's of Hospital and Health Care Administration and Management from the University of Paris Cite. He is also a Harvard Business School Executive Program graduate and OPM 49. Richie is a member of the Young President's Organization (YPO) and is home based in Tripoli, Lebanon. Show Notes: Lebanon has always been at the crossroads between East and West. "It plays a role much bigger than its geography." A $6 tax for What's App launched the Oct 2019 revolution. (11:30) The financial system collapse has led to 80% of the population in poverty, runs on banks, life savings wiped out for many. Prior to this, the poverty rate was around 20%. Overnight, a majority of the population was plunged into poverty. (20:00) "Morally, we needed to walk the talk with our kids." We came back to make a difference! "Everything rises and falls on leadership." - John Maxwell (22:45) What are the warning signs that this could be coming to your country? (30:00) Why are we starting to see a reverse migration from America? (31:00) Why are tenured professors at Columbia and Princeton afraid of losing their job? (37:00) There is no dollar alternative at the moment. (46:00) Bitcoin, crypto winter, FTX collapse and the future of cryptocurrencies...and real estate? (49:00) How did the pandemic impact the middle east and Lebanon? Lebanon has the ability to adapt. (54:00) How does Hezbollah impact everything in Lebanon today? (56:00) What is the impact of Saudi Arabia and MBS in the middle east? (1:04:00) The pivot to Asia has destroyed the trust of the United States in the middle east. (1:18:00) Why do you invest so much in advanced education and continued education later in your career? (1:24:00) Book Recommendations - Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell, Deep Purpose by Ranjay Gulati, Glass Half Broken by Boris Groysberg Podcast "After Hours" (1:30:00) Leadership insights while leading during a crisis. (1:34:00) What would Richie say to the American people if he was asked to give a State of the Union address?
The sports month of May is off to a flying start. Here to keep you apprised on all of that and then some, you know that I've got you covered as your trusted favorite little podcast host. On deck: (2:45) Unfortunately, I have a mea culpa before I kickoff the pod as there is some construction (or a woodpecker, I jest) that may be heard in the background for the first 10-15 minutes or so. If you're able to hear it, my sincerest apologies ahead of time. (3:20) The NBA Playoffs are officially in the second round. Newly minted MVP of the regular season, Sixers center Joel Embiid, returned to the lineup in Game 2 against the Celtics. Was it a good thing? Or should he have waited until Game 3 in Philadelphia? The Heat and Knicks are tied at 1-1. The big question is the health status of guard Jimmy Butler. Will he be in the lineup in Game 3? Denver is out to a 2-0 lead on Phoenix as the next two games will be in the Valley? Are the Suns done? Or can they still rise and be heard from? Then you have the Lakers-Warriors, with LA up 1-0 at the moment. Is Anthony Davis the key to the Lakers success and not LeBron James? (22:05) Things are heating up on the ice as the Stanley Cup Playoffs head into their second round as well. The Devils stepped up and disposed their bridge and tunnel rival Rangers on Monday. Could this be a long offseason for New York as so much was expected heading into this year? New Jersey got off to the same start they did against the Rangers, at Carolina in Game 1 last night. Vegas took a 1-0 series lead vs. Edmonton, despite sniper Leon Draisaitl scoring four goals vs. the Golden Knights. Those pesky Panthers did not let down after their overtime heroics in Boston as the won Game 1 north of the border in Toronto. Is the pressure mounting after just one game for the Maple Leafs, considering they finally got out of the first round since 2004? And the Kraken have continued their winning ways, winning in Dallas to get a leg up on that series. (34:29) Should Met fans (including yours truly) be concerned that Max Scherzer's best pitching days are behind him? I have quite a bit to say here, so you won't want to miss this. Yankees GM Brian Cashman had a state of the union on his ballclub, reassuring the fan base not to count them out. Was this necessary? I'll get into the latest of what's taking place on the diamond as baseball is more than a month in. (49:47) The first leg of Horse Racing's Triple Crown kicks off on Saturday as the Kentucky Derby is just about here. Unfortunately there's been some news recently about horses that have been euthanized over the past week over at Churchill Downs. Is it time to consider that this archaic sport needs to be abolished? Meanwhile, I will preview what I know about the 149th Running of the Roses. Will we see another long shot win such as Rich Strike did last year? Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, Luminary, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-jayreelz-podcast_2 STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ LUMINARY: https://luminarypodcasts.com/listen/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast/f9527dd9-47ea-4ed9-92cf-32af9bfa95ad?country=US SPOTIFY TRAILER: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7nZZlvPRAly5irLRSG2qxq?si=rTKCQKnZRNC_VK-_uIWNJA AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1 SPOTIFY PODCAST LINK: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVD
On today's Celiac Project Podcast:May is Celiac Awareness Month, and that means it's time for our 8th Annual, "Celiac State of the Union" Podcast! Mike and Cam check the rear view mirror on what's been happening in the celiac and gluten free community and share their top insights and takeaways. One thing is clear to the guys: while it can still be a struggle to live with celiac disease and gluten intolerance, there are many things to feel optimistic about moving forward. We hope everyone has a great Celiac Awareness Month!Listen to the full episode here: https://celiacprojectpodcast.libsyn.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex & Annie: The Real Women of Vacation Rentals
Simon Lehmann is back for our May 1st of the Month Bonus Episode! As one of the world's foremost experts on short-term rentals and vacation rentals, Simon is always first to spot emerging trends in our industry. In this episode, we delve into the current state of acquisitions within vacation rentals and how the economy is influencing these deals, along with what companies should be thinking about if they're considering selling. Join us to gain valuable insights into the world of vacation rentals and learn how to navigate its changing landscape. Tune in now!Highlights of the Episode:00:43 - Guest Intro: Simon Lehmann01:18 – The state of the union as it is for vacation rentals09:54 – Sell now or wait?16:42 – Foreclosures as an opportunity for buying inventory21:24 – It's a good time to sell when markets are slowing down28:01 – Current valuations of deals 32:56 – What should we look forward to?39:19 – ClosingThis episode is brought to you by Casago, Guest Ranger, and Good Neighbor Tech.Visit AlexAndAnniesList.com to view our top picks for the best suppliers in vacation rental technology and services.Special thanks to Rev & Research for being the presenting sponsor of Alex & Annie's List.Connect with Simon:Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | TwitterConnect with Alex and Annie:Alex Husner | Annie HolcombeAlexAndAnniePodcast.comIf you enjoyed this episode of ALEX & ANNIE: The Real Women Of Vacation Rentals, make sure to visit our socials, leave us a like, a comment, or share our content with the crowd! Don't forget to subscribe!LinkedIn | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram |
DBS Films Podcast: Inside an Indie Filmmaking Studio
Our new auditions are live tonight at 8pm! Also DBS Films State of the Union Q1Forest of Death https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detai...Learn more about us:https://dbsfilms.com/https://linktr.ee/DBSFilms
Bavarian Football Works: For Bayern Munich fans
What happens when Bayern Munich is in the midst of a crazy period where the executives, the coaches, and the players are all under-performing and are event being referred to as “shambolic” by some pundits? Well, at Bavarian Podcast Works, we throw our normal Weekend Warm-up format out the window and go full roundtable. Instead of just hearing my voice, I teamed up with BFW superstar Ineednoname and former BFW staffer and current Daily Mail journo Jake Fenner to break down what's went wrong, how things are going, and what things might look like moving forward. We cover it all, give our takes on why this has become a mess, and why no one — from the coach to the CEO to the starting No. 8 — is really safe these days. Be sure to stay tuned to Bavarian Podcast Works for all of your up to date coverage on Bayern Munich and Germany. Follow us on Twitter @BavarianFBWorks, @TheBarrelBlog, @tommyadams71, @bfwinnn, and more.
Braden Gall and Steven Lassan of AthlonSports.com dive into the two-time champion Georgia Bulldogs on this week's State of the Union. Is the SEC really going to forfeit wins for field storming? UGa's toughest games of 2023 LSU or Bama a tougher test? Who can beat UGa in a one-game setting? USC, Ohio St and Florida State? Michigan, Clemson and others Connor Riley of DawgNation.com talks Bulldogs roster. Did we learn anything in spring? The QB battle Does it matter who plays QB? The improved weapons The front seven relative depth Are the DBs still the weakness Jalen Carter situation Chip Towers of the AJC.com joins to talk big picture about the program. Mike Bobo's relationship with UGa fans Has Kirby Smart evolved? Historical alignment at UGa Fixing the culture problem NIL's impact on Georgia Subscribe to the 440 YouTube page.
The Remote Local Podcast: Financial & Location Freedom
In this episode Neel and sits down with Johnny Robinson and Sergio Silesky for a quarterly roundup of what they are seeing in the Remote Local space. Topics covered include: - the effectiveness of Google LSA, both now and in the long term, along with some strategies that can help lift your performance if you're lagging - the "Grand Opening Method" which is about continuing to build a solid lead funnel over time using community marketing - Neel and Sergio's thoughts on keeping your hiring funnel as full as possible. If you want to start your own MaidThis Franchise in your market & skip years of trial-and-error, go to www.maidthisfranchise.com If you want a foundations do-it-yourself course on how to start your own remote local business model, check out blueprint.beremotelocal.com
On his birthday, Joe DeCamara gives his State of the Union on Philadelphia sports.
Our Travis Fulton is joined by Sports Illustrated golf writer Bob Harig for a golf “State of the Union” of sorts. The guys discuss the recent changes on the PGA Tour, the latest happenings with LIV Golf, and talk a bit about Tiger Woods after yet another surgery.
CNN's Dana Bash caused a Lindsey Graham semi-implosion. Fox News got rid of Tucker Carlson. Military spending is obscene while the poor suffer. Frank Schaeffer equates American Evangelicals to Iran fundamentalists. Lindsey Graham explodes at CNN's Dana Bash on women's reproductive rights coverage. She fights back: Lindsey Graham tried to bully CNN's Dana Bash on the State of the Union news program. Bash would have none of it as she pushed back with class. Tucker Carlson, 'Purveyor of Hate,' Out at Fox: "Fox News without Tucker is basically a wet paper towel: fragile and functionally useless," said one media expert. "They will try and get their footing back fast, but don't let them." Global Military Spending Hits All-Time High of $2.24 Trillion: Analysis: The United States, China, and Russia together accounted for 56% of the world's total military expenditures in 2022. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/support
This edition features stories on Air Force Manpower and Personnel officials announcing a change of tenure limits for enlisted personnel, U.S. President Barack Obama expressing his respects and gratitude for service members and promising to care for those who serve during his inaugural State of the Union address, the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) working around the clock to aid in Operation Unified Response, the U.S. Air Force flying with French Airmen during exercise Red Devil, the Lone Wolf Comedy Tour performing three shows around Joint Base Balad, the Air Force's newest major command (MACOM), Global Strike Command (GSC), progressing in its mission and streamlining the process for handling varied weapons systems being transferred from other MACOMs, and Department of Defense officials launching free online tutoring services for service members and their families. Hosted by Airman 1st Class Alina Richard.
Lindsey Graham tried to bully CNN's Dana Bash on the State of the Union news program. Bash would have none of it as she pushed back with class. Dana Bash did what too many cable news hosts refuse to do. She corrected Senator Lindsey Graham when he lied and tried to mislead. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/politicsdoneright/support
Corn Nation: for Nebraska Cornhuskers fans
The Tuesday game against Creighton was suspended due to weather. Stupid weather. Stupid siding on my house that ended up in the yard after storms. But I digress. And we were excited to be joined by Aaron (a Corn Nation baseball beat writer AND semi-regular Chatterfield), who talked about the the sweep of Northwestern and when Nebraska and Creighton will finish game two of their season series. Also, there's a little bit of a “state of the union” with the Husker baseball team. And wouldn't you know...the Nebraska Spring Game is Saturday. Among the topics involved are the return of two legends: Frank Solich and THE Herbie Husker. We also talk about what we plan to see and what we hope to see from Matt Rhule's first Red-White Game. Rhule has said he wouldn't hold anything back in the four-quarter, 60-minute showcase. There better be a fullback. And Jon, Greg, and Aaron have some generational differences in the definition of a particular phrase, which leads to some unintended hilarity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Civil Engineering Academy Podcast
Remote Work. Supply Chain issues. Rising interest rates. After all these Covid-19 side effects, what's the state of the construction industry today? And most importantly, what's ahead? What will change? What type of projects will boom?
Kap and Caleb jump in to the IL studio to record the Week 9 pod, and to no surprise have a ton of fun doing it. The episode features a look back at the past week of action and the guys highlight their top games. A full discussion of Top 20 and Top 30 movement makes up the bulk of the episode for a more general state of the union than previous episodes. We also hit our weekly segments, introduce a new segment to highlight teams with the toughest schedules of the week, and unveil the newest weekly bet.
Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast
Alexi Lalas and David Mosse have you covered with all things USWNT and USMNT in today's episode of State of the Union! To start the show, Lalas and Mosse react to USMNT's draw against Mexico. Lalas and Mosse break down players such as Sergiño Dest, Aaron Long & Jesus Ferreira and what USMNT did well in the draw. Continuing with the American theme, the duo break down the top MLS games this weekend such as Atlanta United vs. Minnesota United FC and LAFC vs. Nashville SC. Moving over to Europe, they break down all things Champions League, reacting to games such as Napoli's loss against A.C. Milan and Chelsea's meltdown against Real Madrid. Lalas and Mosse also make sure to preview the top games in Europe this weekend as well such as Arsenal vs. Southampton and Mainz vs. Bayern Munich. To wrap up the show, Lalas and Mosse debate whether USMNT has an attendance problem and react to USA/Mexico submitting a bid to host the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WVSA State Referee Administrator Mike McCarthy came back on our podcast to give a state of the union on the referee program. We talk referee numbers, upcoming events as well as programs in place to help our referees develop. For more information on the WVSA Referee Program, please visit www.wvsoccer.net and click "Referee" from the navigation menu.
Where to Hunt Wisconsin Podcast
Paul Campbell, the Director of Business Development for the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), Founder of TurkeySeason.com, Co-Host of the Ohio Outdoors podcast, and host of the How to Turkey Hunt podcast, jumps on the Okayest Hunter podcast to share his wealth of knowledge about all things turkey, and turkey hunting this week! Turkey hunting has a deep meaning to Paul, and it was great to hear his "why" around what makes it so special for him and to pick his brain about the state of the union for turkey hunting and all things gobblers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is all about reflection. As we look back on the last 3 years of this podcast, Sam and Kody talk about things they like and things they don't like about where the podcast is going. This episode is all about regrets and triumphs. Do's and Don'ts. Stupid memories and funny stories. Enjoy our state of the union address to the listeners.00:00 Things we do well and things we do terribly03:23 Kody's fumbled question on CPS Dave's first episode04:59 Cutting yourself off while talking07:21 How we viewed the podcast then vs now08:30 We used to party way harder12:46 Saying you "do a podcast" is cringe14:59 How to get on the show15:26 Why this is a different setting than you'd think16:17 Having people behind the scenes while recording19:17 Mitch Tate22:37 Listener Q&A: Where would you like to see On Tap in 5 years?41:25 Listener Q&A: How do you know when to pop the question?51:28 Promposal gone wrong54:22 Listener Q&A: (21 y.o. female) The guy I like doesn't like me. What should I do?58:38 How you can support the growth of On TapThank you for 3 of the best years we've ever had. Cheers to many more.
Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast
Doug McIntyre joins State of the Union for a special episode as McIntyre, Alexi Lalas, and David Mosse have you covered with all the soccer content that you need! McIntyre first reveals updates on what's going on with USMNT's managerial role and whether the United States Men's Soccer Team will bring in a new GM. McIntyre also breaks down where he believes USMNT players such as Christian Pulisic and Weston McKennie will be heading in the summer window. With the Women's World Cup coming closer, the trio break down USWNT's World Cup hopes and what fans should be excited about heading into the summer. Switching to the MLS, Lalas and Mosse recap the top games from the weekend such as LAFC's victory over the L.A. Galaxy and Portland Timber's victory against the Seattle Sounders. Heading over to Europe, the duo analyze the best games such as Arsenal's draw against West Ham United and Dortmund's draw against Stuttgart. To wrap up the show, Lalas reveals who he believes is the best USMNT coach in history and talks the New York Red Bulls scandal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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