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Palisade Radio
Jesse Felder: The Fed NEEDS more Unemployment to Win Over Inflation

Palisade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 61:37


Tom welcomes back Jesse Felder. Jessie is the founder, editor, and publisher of The Felder Report. Jesse discusses the various reasons people get involved in markets, and why it's not always money. It's remarkable how well financial magazine covers like Bloomberg tend to signal a reversal. Recently, Bloomberg posted a cover with the unstoppable dollar, that aged well. These types of indicator are indicative of extremes. The rising dollar is driven by hawkish Fed policy, raising rates over a short-term period. The market has priced in smaller hikes over the next few months. The Fed may surprise to the dovish side due to a deteriorating economy. The Fed has trained the markets to expect them to come running to the rescue. Now they seem to have flipped to the opposite policy. The markets also know that the Fed can't afford another massive asset price bust. Jay Powell can't do what Paul Volcker did without creating a debt spiral. A strong dollar, higher interest rates, and surging oil prices is a clear leading indicator that a recession is coming. With the Fed printing a lot of new money recently, bond markets have become divorced from reality. Economic factors should drive bond prices, but supply and demand dynamics for bonds is becoming problematic. The debt has become so large that perhaps bonds no longer serve the role they once did. He explains why the number of passive investors makes for incredible possibilities for value investors. Jesse believes the commodity markets will continue to outperform for a considerable period. Sectors that have been starved of capital are likely to outperform in coming years. Most investors have completely lost interest in the mining sector and gold. He shows an interesting chart of where gold prices could head from here based on past performance. Gold is quite cheap relative to the price of oil. Be diversified and hedge your bets because we are in unprecedented times. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:46 - History Vs. Human Nature4:00 - Dollar Euphoria & Sentiment8:35 - Dollar Path Forward15:50 - Fed Policy & Inflation22:42 - PPI Chart & Recession25:00 - Rate Hikes27:07 - Bond Vigilantes31:03 - Mortgage Applications34:06 - Cycles & Value Investing38:49 - Resource Underinvestment44:15 - Gold Sector Outlook47:40 - Gold Vs. Oil Ratio48:20 - Gold Vs. Stocks52:35 - Dollar Sentiment Shift?55:05 - Debt Challenges & MMT57:56 - Debt Spiral Risk59:19 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode Sentiment and the alternate reasons why investors get involved in markets.The Fed has trained investor's to believe they will always intervene.Distortions in the bond markets have broken economic reality.Why value investing has great potential. Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessefelderWebsite: https://thefelderreport.com/ Jesse Felder is the Founder, Editor, and Publisher of The Felder Report. He began his professional career at Bear, Stearns & Co. and later co-founded a multi-billion-dollar hedge fund firm headquartered in Santa Monica, California. Since moving to Bend, Oregon in 2000 and founding The Felder Report shortly thereafter, his writing and research have been featured in major publications and websites like The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Yahoo!Finance, Business Insider, RealVision, Investing.com, and more. Jesse also hosts and produces the Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom podcast.

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast
Farewell, David Stearns

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 51:57


S4, E2: David Stearns shocked Brewer fans with the announcement of his resignation from his post as the top executive in the organization. We spend nearly all episode meandering through its consequences. What will change within the organization in its strategy, player acquisitions, and player development? Will Stearns soon leave for New York? What were Stearns's best and worst moves? Where does he rank in terms of best GMs in franchise history? What is his legacy? Lastly, we spend some time looking at some of the prospects who could be up with the club in 2023! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebarrelbanter/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebarrelbanter/support

Nothing Personal with David Samson
World Series starts today: Astros or Phillies, who is the better team RIGHT NOW?; David Stearns headed to the METS!? (Episode 688)

Nothing Personal with David Samson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:55 Very Popular


Today's word of the day is ‘game day' as in the World Series is here as in Philadelphia Phillies as in Houston Astros as in Aaron Nola as in Justin Verlander as in Bryce Harper as in Jose Altuve. You get it! It's here! Let's break it all down! (20:10) Milwaukee Brewers prez David Stearns has stepped down. This is a major development. Stearns has been a huge name in the the New York Mets world. Rumors are he could end up in Houston. Why did it happen now? (29:50) Review: Raymond and Ray. (33:30) NPPOD. (39:35) What is going on with the Denver Broncos? The GM came out and defended the QB and head coach. Why?  Have an incredible weekend! Do something fun! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 110: Reaction To Stearns Stepping Down

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 64:38


Brewers President of Baseball Operations David Stearns has stepped down from his role, allowing GM Matt Arnold to take over as the head man running baseball operations in Milwaukee. Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll react to and discuss Stearns' decision, what went into it, what changes we can expect, and the difficult situation that Matt Arnold is inheriting. The offseason is only just beginning, and the Brewers have a big change at the decision-making level.

Brewers Coverage
Dillard on David Stearns Stepping Down as Brewers President

Brewers Coverage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 12:31


Bally Sports Wisconsin Brewers analyst Tim Dillard and Steve "Sparky" Fifer discuss the shocking news of David Stearns stepping down as Brewers President of Baseball Operations. General Manager Matt Arnold has been promoted to take Stearns place.

The Bart Winkler Show
10.28.22 - Bart vs The World, Stearns out, Week 8 Picks

The Bart Winkler Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 94:31


David Stearns steps down and no one seems to care, plus the Week 8 picks with Ryan Horvat. Bart tries to give free advice to Milwaukee media and hurts a lot of feelings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
David Stearns steps down as Brewers president of baseball operations (10.27.2022)

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 26:56


It's an emergency podcast! Host JR Radcliffe and Journal Sentinel reporter Curt Hogg discuss the shocking news that David Stearns was stepping down as the Milwaukee Brewers president of baseball operations. He'll stay with the team through 2023, leaving the keys to general manager Matt Arnold going forward. What's behind the announcement, what does it mean for the way the Brewers conduct business, and does this mean Stearns is definitely on his way to the Mets? And what do we know about Matt Arnold?

The Bill Michaels Show
Best Of The Bill Michaels Show

The Bill Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 37:01


-Stearns steps down, state of the Brewers (0:00) -Aaron Rodgers' response (17:12)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brewers Coverage
Sparky Take: David Stearns Steps Down as President of Brewers

Brewers Coverage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 2:01


Steve "Sparky" Fifer gives a 2 minute take on David Stearns stepping down as President of the Milwaukee Brewers. Stearns will remain in an advisory role as Matt Arnold is promoted from GM to President of Baseball operations. 

Scalzo & Brust
5PM: Stearns Dumped Us

Scalzo & Brust

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:44


David Stearns is stepping back from the Brewers into an advisory role. Over/Under. Cover5 Picks. Benny makes another promise he won't keep to all of us.

The Special Needs Mom Podcast
Unpacking the Traumatic Experience of Hospitalizations with Erica Stearns

The Special Needs Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 86:41


Welcome to the podcast. In this episode, I share a conversation with Erica Stearns about hospitalizations. Erica is a researcher and disability activist, disabled adult and mother of two children with disabilities. Being in the hospital happens in all different circumstances for families with special needs children.  Erica and I talk about these in some depth.  Each situation has its own challenges and as Erica shares, some small amounts of comfort or joy can also be found if you try. We also discuss the complexity of communication with our friends and family while we are in the hospital. Erica and I also talk about that transition of heading home, as you are often completely depleted. And sometimes the cycle can start all over again, immediately. All in all, we both hope this conversation can bring you closer to this community and gain some more insight and empathy for others in these situations. See you on the next episode! Connect with Erica:Email: erica@atypicaltruthIG: http://www.Instagram.com/ericajolene/IG: http://www.instagram.com/atypicaltruth/Website: www.atypicaltruth.orgConnect with Kara:IG: https://www.instagram.com/Kararyska/Website: https://www.kararyska.com/NEW Coaching Program: Schedule a ConsultWanna be on the show?Contact mePathway to Peace: Schedule a ConversationRequest to Join The Special Needs Mom Podcast CommunityFull Show NotesPathway to Peace: Schedule a Conversation Request to Join The Special Needs Mom Podcast CommunityFull Show Notes

Amazin' Mets Alumni Podcast with Jay Horwitz
Bobby Valentine and Bob Masten Remember John Stearns

Amazin' Mets Alumni Podcast with Jay Horwitz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 20:15


Ahead of the celebration of life being held for John Stearns at the University of Colorado campus on November 7th, Jay speaks to Bobby Valentine, who coached the Mets alongside John for years and Bob Masten, who grew up with John and played football with him at the University of Colorado. The three reflect on their time with John Stearns and share some stories about “The Bad Dude”. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

True Underdog
#TUClassic: Success Through Adversity with Glenn Stearns

True Underdog

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 39:09


Today on the show we're replaying our episode with entrepreneur, mentor, podcaster, and philanthropist, Glenn Stearns. Glenn is the founder of Stearns Lending, now founder and CEO at Kind Lending, star of the Discovery channels Undercover Billionaire, and founder of Underdog BBQ in Erie, Pennsylvania. Jayson and Glenn talk about Glenn's attitude that he carries with him ever since he was a child with a tough upbringing, getting diagnosed with dyslexia, and getting a girl pregnant at 14 years old. He could have followed in his parents footsteps, going out an partying every night, but he decided early on that wasn't him. Glenn was apart of the Discovery channel's “Undercover Billionaire” show in which he decided he wanted to be put in the middle of nowhere with almost no money and start a business. From that grew Underdog BBQ a business which is still thriving today. Glenn says that is one of the most fulfilling things he has ever done. Highlights: What it was like for Glenn growing up with dyslexia The turning point in Glenn's life What Glenn's parents were like growing up Being boxed in by your parents Failing in life because you don't want issues with your family Why Glenn says it's important to put your people first The experience on Undercover Billionaire Glenn thriving under pressure at different times throughout his life And so much more… GET A COPY OF OWN YOUR POWER - AN AMAZON'S NUMBER 1 BOOK RELEASE! Immerse yourself with 8 key life-changing principles, worksheets to create your own map, and how to reach another level of your game!  It's all Real Life Stories! It's You vs You! Warning: This book is not suitable for pessimists, excuse-makers, and haters! SPONSORS: The Jordan Harbinger Show - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations Hover - Head to hover.com/TRUEUNDERDOG to get 10% off your first Hover purchase. Social‌ ‌Media:‌ Check out Jayson's website: https://www.jaysonwaller.com/ ‌ Follow True Underdog and Jayson Waller on your favorite social media channels and digital podcast platforms: https://linktr.ee/trueunderdog True Underdog is a Top 3 Entrepreneurship podcast on Apple hosted by Jayson Waller, and his high-profile guests share motivational tips, inspiring stories, and business-building lessons to help each listener grow in their entrepreneurial journey. Reach‌ ‌out‌ ‌to‌ ‌Jayson‌ ‌directly‌ ‌at:‌ ‌ Jayson@trueunderdog.com‌ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast
The Barrel Banter Premiere

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 62:39


S4, E1: We cover a lot of ground on the premiere of the Barrel Banter! We take a look at upcoming free agents - who might be brought back, let go, or replaced? The bullpen scuffled down the stretch - how should we grade each guy? And lastly, fact or fiction - Keston, middle relief, Stearns, back-end starter, and a big splash coming? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebarrelbanter/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebarrelbanter/support

The CUInsight Experience
Tansley Stearns - Impossible Things (#146)

The CUInsight Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 44:06


“Keep dreaming boldly. The work this industry does matters so much." - Tansley StearnsThank you for tuning in to episode 146 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by Elan Credit Card. Elan partners with more than 250 credit unions to provide an outsourced credit card program, and offers merchant and mortgage services for credit union members and business owners.My guest on today's show is Tansley Stearns, President and CEO at Community Financial Credit Union. She is a Michigan native with decades of experience working with credit unions and the Filene Research Institute. Tansley and I discuss her 20-year path to the CEO chair that was once a dream and now a reality. She shares her love for credit unions and motivates the movement to change the world. During our conversation, Tansley discusses the importance of connecting the digital experience with the personal experience to remain competitive and achieve long term success. Tansley shares the greatest investment made in her career that set the path to where she is today. She mentions the importance of relationship building and maintenance as they pertain to networking and learning. When adding a new member to her team, Tansley looks for people who are passionate about transforming financial services. She circles back to the importance of relationship building when creating a cushion as a foundation for feedback that allows for directness and transparency.Tansley and I chat about the future of the credit union movement and what makes a good leader, including having a clear vision and a people-first approach. She talks about authenticity and being true to yourself to develop trust and build relationships, specifically during change. She expresses the validity of building a culture and truly caring for one another in and out of the office. As we wrap up the show, Tansley talks about being in awe of her team, maintaining her personal and professional life, and reading books that give her a new outlook as a CEO. Enjoy my conversation with Tansley Stearns!Find the full show notes on cuinsight.com.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Tansley:Tansley Stearns, President and CEO at Community Financial Credit Uniontansley@cfcu.org  https://www.cfcu.org/ Tansley: LinkedInCommunity Financial: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube

North Fulton Business Radio
Arlene Stearns, The ImageUp System

North Fulton Business Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022


Arlene Stearns, The ImageUp System (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 551) Arlene Stearns, the owner of The ImageUp System, was the guest on this edition of North Fulton Business Radio. She detailed the way her system works, how appearance impacts perception, how to dress to enhance your natural beauty, the importance of color, and much […] The post Arlene Stearns, The ImageUp System appeared first on Business RadioX ®.

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 109: Stearns' Presser and Offseason Preview

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 63:44


Brewers president of baseball operations David Stearns held his end of season press conference this week. Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll dive into his comments and what they mean about the team this year, what we can expect in the offseason and in seasons to come for the Brewers. The futures of Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, and Willy Adames are all discussed this week, as well as why the Brewers can't pull another Hader-style trade and why fans shouldn't expect a spending spree in free agency this winter.

The Man Cave Podcast
What Are You Saying, Stearns?

The Man Cave Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 37:41


The Rundown: Brandon Berg joins Dan to recap Brewers President of Baseball Operations David Stearns after season presser. Plus, Week 6 NFL picks!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SnoTap Network
Packers-Jets Storylines + Stearns' End of Year Reactions | The Daily Tap Podcast

SnoTap Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 38:28


Charlie talks about the biggest storylines for the Green Bay Packers matchup with the New York Jets this weekend. He wonders how good the New York Jets really are. Can the defense bounce back? The running back battle and much more. Next, Charlie discusses the potential of the Packers acquiring one of the Panthers' key players such as D.J. Moore or Jeremy Chinn. He also discusses what David Stearns said to the media and his immediate reaction quote-by-quote.

The Bart Winkler Show
10.12.22 - Stearns Says Nothing, Mmm Hmm with Imig and Tobi

The Bart Winkler Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:20


Bart and Tim Shea react to David Stearns end of season press conference, Paul Imig and Tobi Altizer join for another round of Mmm Hmm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Mindful Cranks
Episode 40 - Gail Stearns: Liberating Mindfulness

The Mindful Cranks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 53:10


In Episode 40, I spoke with Gail Stearns about her new book, Liberating Mindfulness: From Billion-dollar Industry to Engaged Spirituality (Orbis Books, 2022). Our conversation explored Gail's journey into the contemporary mindfulness world as she earnestly sought ways it could enhance her chaplaincy and counseling work with students at Chapman University. She soon encounters the unsavory highly individualistic aspects of the mindfulness movement, along with its crass commercialization. As an ordained Presbyterian minister and a long-time interest in the Christian mystical tradition, we venture into what's missing from modern mindfulness from a spiritual perspective, along with her unique deep dive into silent Insight Meditation Vipassana retreats.   Gail J. Stearns is The Irvin C. and Edy Chapman Dean of the Wallace All Faiths Chapel and Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Peace Studies at Chapman University. She is also an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church.  Dr. Stearns is co-editor of Invest Your Humanity: Celebrating Marvin Meyer (Wipf & Stock 2015) in honor of Meyer, the renowned Gnostic Gospel Scholar. She is also the author of Writing Pauline: Wisdom From a Long Life (Hamilton Books, 2005) and Open Your Eyes: Toward Living More Deeply in the Present (Wipf & Stock, 2011). Gail also holds an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Washington State University, with emphasis in gender theory.  With a certification in Mindfulness Facilitation from UCLA and experience practicing meditation for over 30 years, she works with businesses, healthcare agencies, university students, women's groups and more. An ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church (USA), She is a certified teacher with the International Mindfulness Teachers Association.   

Stage & Screen
Into the Woods with Dan Stearns

Stage & Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 21:43


In this episode, we talk with Assistant Professor of Acting Dan Stearns, who is directing our upcoming production of "Into the Woods," which runs November 4-6 in Fulton Chapel.For more information about the show and to get tickets, click here: https://olemissboxoffice.com/

The Waiting Room Revolution
S5: Episode 50: April Stearns

The Waiting Room Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 45:56


This episode features our interview with April Stearns. April is a young breast cancer survivor, founder and editor of Wildfire Magazine and podcast host of The Burn. We chat about her experiences as a patient and caregiver, survivorship and the seven keys and the healing power of writing and storytelling. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa and is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

Dear Cancer, I'm Beautiful
The Healing Power Of Storytelling With April Stearns, Founder, CEO & Editor-In-Chief of Wildfire Magazine

Dear Cancer, I'm Beautiful

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 39:22


Melissa is a huge fan of Wildfire Magazine, so it was a major treat for her to speak with founder April Stearns. April has created an incredible platform for the breast cancer community to share their stories, and even offers virtual writing workshops for those who want to really sharpen their skills. In this episode, learn all about April, her "why" behind Wildfire and how sharing your story (on both the giving and receiving ends) can be a truly healing experience.

Inside the Rope with David Clark
Ep 128: Justin Borus - Israel's once in a cycle opportunity

Inside the Rope with David Clark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 21:06


Justin again joins the podcast to provide an insight into the current strategy and outlook for the Ibex Israel fund considering the recent economic environment. Justin is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ibex Investors, an investment firm that focuses on niche and differentiated strategies, primarily through Israeli start-ups and growth companies. Prior to Ibex, Justin worked at Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc, while also serving on the Board of Directors of various non-profits. During the episode, Justin and David discuss the recent revaluations of fast-growing technology companies around the world and how this has presented great opportunities for the Israel fund. Justin explains the minimal impact that inflation has had on the strategy due to the pricing power that its companies possess. He also compares the current outlook for the public and private markets in Israel, emphasising the fund's recent focus on publicly listed companies that have had significant revaluations. Justin then highlights the tremendous opportunities that will arise on the private side in the next 6-18 months, when the fund plans to shift its focus toward these companies.

Epic Entrepreneurs
9-26-22 Krista Stearns of Mountain Mural Tours

Epic Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 24:44


Krista Stearns arrived in Asheville the Friday of Belle Chere in 1996 and has never left.  She opened up West End Bakery in 2001 and was a partner in the development of the Bledsoe Building into a thriving commercial hub for Haywood Road.  After selling the Bakery in 2015, she coached many local business start-ups through MountainBizworks and remained a board member in the West Asheville Business Association.  Her current venture - Mountain Mural Tours - works to expose locals & tourists to the vibrant street art scene in Asheville, while placing the artist's work in a historical and cultural context. She developed the idea while traveling in Colombia with her family and looks forward to sharing her enthusiasm with the rest of the world.To connect with her business visit https://mountainmuraltours.com/

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - ERIK STEARNS - A Stearn Look At The World

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 48:01


Erik Stearns is a man of many disciplines, ranging from test and accessibility analyst in the software industry, to being an intuitive, shaman, and healer, to musician, and journalist and writer. He has also worked on the X-Zone program as the news and paranormal Bureau chief. In 1995, he got into researching remote viewing, then a few years later, started the Synergy Research Consortium to teach people from many walks of life, remote viewing and other developed intuitive techniques. That lead to him in addition being a practicing intuitive and reader, he was exposed to the world of Reiki. He now holds Master Teacher certifications in three different modalities and has been asked to develop his own heling modality based on his training in various aspects of shamanism.In addition to his technical and spiritual endeavors, he is also a musician and working on his new book, the Spiritual Development Live Cycle, a book dedicated to helping people find and develop their own spiritual paths using some basic techniques and concepts used in the software development world. He's also an accomplished musician who just rereleased his material, which is widely available for streaming and purchasing online.www.linkedin.com/in/erikstearnsTo listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com

Boomer & Gio
John Stearns Passes Away; Mets Must Sweep Pirates; Friday Football Picks

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 36:20 Very Popular


Hour 4 Former Mets Catcher John Stearns passed away. He was 71 years old and did attend Old Timer's Day a few weeks ago. We talked about this Mets series with the Pirates and how they need to sweep. Jerry returns for his final update of the day and starts with the Chiefs beating the Chargers thanks in part to a 99 yard pick six. Justin Herbert injured his ribs in the game. Chris Russo had a take on how Arthur Blank would have no idea how to get a game on Amazon Prime. Wink Martindale wants Giants fans to be loud Sunday. The Mets beat the Pirates and Vogelbach had 3 RBIs and Francisco Lindor hit a HR. Last, but certainly not least, Friday Football Picks.

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"I GOT RICH When I Understood This!" (The 5 Proven Ways To Become A MILLIONAIRE) | Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 108:12 Very Popular


FREE Workshop Build IRONCLAD discipline: https://bit.ly/3AJqFJZOn Today's Episode:What these five guests have in common is that they figured out what it would take to get rich and once they got the core principles down, built their foundation, and went to work on being relentless about becoming world class, wealth became a byproduct of doing whatever it takes.Do you have the grit to tie your identity to the person you need to become to reach that next level?Jaspreet Singh is the CEO and founder of Money Mindset and Market Briefs. Check out the full Impact Theory episode with Jaspreet Singh: https://youtu.be/42k9vH3OXI0 Brendon Burchard is a best selling author and a world renowned motivational speaker and high performance coach. Check out the full Impact Theory episode with Brendon Burchard: https://youtu.be/Q-xVb3V_zqI David Meltzer is a speaker, author, investor, and co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing. Check out the full Impact Theory episode with David Meltzer: https://youtu.be/yT98z1iTHnU Glenn Stearns is the CEO and Founder of @kindtpo and a serial entrepreneur that has starred in Undercover Billionaire. Check out the full Impact Theory episode with Glenn Stearns: https://youtu.be/M7xylRAp_uw Ken Honda is an entrepreneur and best-selling author of the book, Happy Money. Check out his full Impact Theory episode here: https://youtu.be/PtifGrHy60g SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction 0:20 | Make Your Money Work For You24:37 | You Need It vs. Just Wanting It39:43 | Signs You Will Be Rich1:05:13 | Billionaire Lessons You Need1:30:22 | The Secret to WealthQUOTES:“You cannot outprint inflation, it just creates more inflation.” Jaspreet Singh [7:25]“The opportunity you have here in America, is it more difficult than before? Absolutely. Is it more difficult for some than for others? Absolutely, however it's the best opportunity you have in the world.” Jaspreet Singh [14:06]“It becomes necessary for us to excel in this, like it's not a hope anymore, [...] it becomes so necessary that it connects with our identity.” Brendon Burchard [25:54]“I don't think it would've happened if I hadn't had the guts and maybe the no other choice to say this is who I'm going to be and I'm going to build into that, and it is necessary for me to become that person, so let's go!” Brendon Burchard [39:26]“Unconditionally I ask people if there's anything I can do for you, how can I be of service.” David Meltzer [56:26]“For me to stay inspired, it's everyday enjoying the pursuit of my potential and truly focusing in on, ‘man I love that.'” David Meltzer [1:04:41]“When you are not built up on the fakeness of money and people kissing your ass and all those things, who are you as just a human being?” Glenn Stearn [1:16:00]“In disruption there is opportunity.” Tom Bilyeu [1:25:43]“If you want money you have to forget about money, [...] money is an end result of what we get after serving the world.” Ken Honda [1:31:57]“If you start and you keep appreciating money coming in and going out, you cannot worry about money at the same time because a human mind can focus on one thing at a time.” Ken Honda [1:42:58]Follow Jaspreet Singh:Website: https://theminoritymindset.com/about-us/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT3EznhW_CNFcfOlyDNTLLw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoritymindset/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/minoritym1ndset Follow Brendon Burchard:Website: https://brendon.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BrendonBurchard Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brendonburchard/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrendonBurchard Follow David Meltzer:Website: https://dmeltzer.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflt1OopRWIApMOjVgZyJ6Q Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidmeltzer/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidmeltzer Follow Glenn Stearns:Website: https://www.glennstearns.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-3gGP3f-8D93UimKiaBoQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/GlennStearns/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GlennStearns Follow Ken Honda:Website: https://kenhonda.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KenHondaHappy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/happykenhonda/

The Tenderness Revolution
April Stearns: Finding purpose and community through pain

The Tenderness Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 56:25


April Stearns was 35 years old when she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, shortly after having her daughter. Through the traumatic events that shaped her life since cancer, she found escape in storytelling, not just her own story; but being an avenue for other women "too young" to get breast cancer.Four years later, April launched Wildfire Magazine, a publication specifically written by and for women in similar circumstances. In this episode, April talks honestly and openly about the emotions she experienced after her cancer diagnosis; guilt, fear, grief, and the unpredictability that comes once one enters "cancerland." Cancer has fundamentally changed April's life, and she is not afraid to talk about all the good, the bad, and the ugly that comes with such a life-changing diagnosis. You can follow her on Instagram.The show's launch co-creator and producer Aisha Chowdhry edited and produced this episode. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Through the Ages: A History Podcast
China: Tang & Song Dynasties

Through the Ages: A History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 14:03


Travel through the ages to the Tang and Song Dynasties of China. 1.1 of the AP CED. Sources: https://www.princeton.edu/~elman/documents/Civil%20Service%20Examinations.pdf https://www.worldhistory.org/Song_Dynasty/ World History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination, 2018 AMSCO. World History: Modern [1200-Present], 2020 AMSCO. World Civilizations: The Global Experience Seventh Edition. Stearns, Adas, Schwartz, Gilbert. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throughtheages/support

The Burn
Cancer's Lesson (Part 1 of 2): 6 Truths Anniversary Special with April Stearns and Monica Haro

The Burn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 51:47


Today we celebrate our 1 year anniversary with a special 2 part episode where April and Monica revisit some favorite episodes and guests from the past year of The Burn! Our goal is to bring the stories of the young breast cancer community to life and to inspire you to use writing as a tool in your own survivorship. We've organized today's special around what we are calling “hard truths of being diagnosed young.” Young is a state of mind, of course, but for our purposes young refers to those diagnosed at least initially under 50 years old. In this special 2 part episode, we will highlight just a few of these stories that we hope are an interesting & entertaining deep dive into today's young breast cancer community.  We'll discuss:  The Mom Thing Fertility & Infertility Mental Health The Struggle to Find Your Place in the Community Body Wars Sex & Intimacy We'll throw in some dark humor, too! In honor of our 1 year anniversary, we have a gift for our listeners - a printable journal companion to this podcast with some of our favorite writer quotes and prompts to inspire you to write. Listen to the end for info on how to grab yours! Trigger warning: suicide, disordered eating Get the free Wildfire email newsletter: https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/ (https://www.wildfirecommunity.org) Learn about Wildfire writing workshops: https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/workshops (https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/workshops) Shop Wildfire merch & more: https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/shop (https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/shop) Send your voice recording testimonial to editor@wildfirecommunity.org

The Burn
Cancer's Lesson (Part 2 of 2): 6 Truths Anniversary Special with April Stearns and Monica Haro

The Burn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 43:36


Today we celebrate our 1 year anniversary with a special 2 part episode where April and Monica revisit some favorite episodes and guests from the past year of The Burn! Our goal is to bring the stories of the young breast cancer community to life and to inspire you to use writing as a tool in your own survivorship. We've organized today's special around what we are calling “hard truths of being diagnosed young.” Young is a state of mind, of course, but for our purposes young refers to those diagnosed at least initially under 50 years old. In this special 2 part episode, we will highlight just a few of these stories that we hope are an interesting & entertaining deep dive into today's young breast cancer community.  We'll discuss:  The Mom Thing Fertility & Infertility Mental Health The Struggle to Find Your Place in the Community Body Wars Sex & Intimacy We'll throw in some dark humor, too! In honor of our 1 year anniversary, we have a gift for our listeners - a printable journal companion to this podcast with some of our favorite writer quotes and prompts to inspire you to write. Listen to the end for info on how to grab yours! Trigger warning: suicide, disordered eating Get the free Wildfire email newsletter: https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/ (https://www.wildfirecommunity.org) Learn about Wildfire writing workshops: https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/workshops (https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/workshops) Shop Wildfire merch & more: https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/shop (https://www.wildfirecommunity.org/shop) Send your voice recording testimonial to editor@wildfirecommunity.org

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans
UnforMETable, Episode 93: John Stearns

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 32:09


Welcome to UnforMETable, an Amazin' Avenue Audio show that looks back on less heralded, more obscure Mets players from the team past. A two-sport star at Colorado University, John Stearns was selected in both the MLB and NFL drafts An athletic catcher, Stearns would be a four time All Star for the perennially poor Mets squads of the late 70s and early 80s His 25 stolen bases in 1978 set a then-record for National League catchers stearns was also an intense competitor who was involved in several on field altercations. His all out style led to injuries which shortened his playing career, but he remained in the game—-including a memorable coaching stint with the Mets As always, you can listen or subscribe to this and all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, or listen wherever you get podcasts. If you've got an idea for a player to be featured on UnforMETable, let us know in the comments. Make sure to follow Rob on Twitter (@WolffRR), and you can now follow the show, too (@unformetable). Tune in next week for another tale from the Mets' past. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Ministry of Testing
MoT Podcast - Kristof meets Julie Fuelberth & Aaron Stearns from Ranorex

Ministry of Testing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 28:05


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Aggie Growth Hacks Podcast
Quality, Happy Homes with Hugh Stearns

Aggie Growth Hacks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 30:32


Howdy, Ags! Today, we have the president, owner, and founder of Stearns Design-Build, Hugh Stearns! In this episode, Hugh shares with us why he is passionate about designing and building residential spaces to create health and happiness. We are grateful to have Hugh with us on the show, and we are excited about his future projects ahead!   Quality, Happy Homes Design is not just for aesthetics – it is something built with a purpose to make lives easier. Hugh is passionate about designing and building happy homes that improve the quality of life. Having a background in Psychology, Hugh read that people who know when the sun rises and sets consistently report that they are happier than those who don't. The same thing is also applicable to moon phases. Bearing that in mind, Hugh incorporated that in developing his designs when he started his company, thus the tagline “designing happiness.” In architecture, the psychology of space heavily lies in the details of how they are organized. Users are always given high consideration as it is always the cardinal rule to design for people. For Hugh, the home is a family's hearth and sanctuary – the center of their life. Hugh believes that getting to that center and focusing on the things that create connections for them, that is, with nature and people, is a way to overcome the angst of modernity.   About Hugh Stearns: Hugh ran Stearns Design-Build as a one-person operation when he founded it in 1993. He has been the first employee in virtually every position in the company. He grew up in College Station and Bryan and graduated from Texas A&M. His background in philosophy and psychology has helped develop the design theory that drives the company's unique approach to residential design and green building. He took his first class in green building in 1976 and has remained a student of building science ever since. His passion for remodeling and custom home design is a large part of what has driven our growth and award-winning recognition for customer service. When you meet with Hugh, he will answer any questions you have, explain how our process works, and discuss what you would like to do with your remodeling project.   Outline of the Episode: [00:00] Intro [02:50] Elevator Pitch [03:49] Being Detail-Oriented [07:46] Tipping Point To Accelerate [09:32] Biggest Challenge [14:04] Industry Changes [18:36] BHAG [22:04] Lightning Round [25:27] Contact / Outro   Resources: https://www.stearnsdesignbuild.com/ https://www.aggiegrowthhacks.com/   Connect with Greg & Chris! Apple: http://bit.ly/AGH-Apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/AggieGH Stitcher: http://bit.ly/AGH-Stitch Podbean: http://bit.ly/AGH-PB

The Allender Center Podcast
Anchoring Rituals, Part 2 with Dr. Chelle Stearns and Matthias Roberts

The Allender Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 37:30


This week, Dr. Dan Allender, Dr. Chelle Stearns, and Matthias Roberts, MA, reconvene to continue their conversation about being “lost at sea.” Their conversation centers around the watery ritual of baptism: the terrifying acts of faith as we enter the murky waters and the renewal and redemption that God has for us. With deeply personal stories and compelling theological perspectives, we hope this conversation invites you to consider this ritual of renewal in new ways.

The Allender Center Podcast
Anchoring Rituals, Part 1 with Dr. Chelle Stearns and Matthias Roberts

The Allender Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 34:54


When we are rocked by trauma, loss, chaos, and uncertainty, it can feel like we are “lost at sea” without an anchor or clear direction. How do we begin to make sense of our lives and what we hold as true when we have left a familiar land? Join Dr. Dan Allender for part one of this two-part conversation with Dr. Chelle Stearns and Matthias Roberts as they reflect on their recent class at The Seattle School for Theology and Psychology called, “Lost at Sea.”  Next week, we'll continue the discussion around rituals that can anchor us in hope and help us make sense of our lives in the midst of ambiguous waters.

Hacks & Wonks
Week in Review: July 29, 2022

Hacks & Wonks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 47:52


On today's Hacks & Wonks week-in-review, Crystal is joined by Associate Editor of The Stranger, Rich Smith. They start this week discussing the heatwave currently affecting western Washington, and how despite the real risks to some of our most vulnerable neighbors, the city moved forward with a sweep of a homeless encampment. Rich points out that there's not actually adequate housing for all of those hurt by the sweep, and discusses how legal action might be the necessary catalyst to get the city to change its behavior when it comes to handling our homelessnes crisis. In specific races, Crystal and Rich discuss the Congressional race in Washington's 8th Congressional District, where three Republicans are vying for the chance to take Kim Schrier's seat. They next follow-up on the horrifying pattern of Black electeds, candidates, and campaign staff being harassed, threatened, and attacked, and the lack of resources and support from the HDCC to protect candidates of color. Next, they look at the 47th legislative district's Senate and House races, both of which have very competitive D-on-D races happening during the primary. Rich explains the Stranger's Editorial Control Board's struggle to pick who to endorse in the 34th's State Rep. position 1 race. Crystal and Rich talk about the disproportionate amount of money going to D-on-D races in districts that are safely Democrat, and what needs to be done to make sure campaign finance needs are less of a barrier for candidates. After that, they go over close-looking races between Democrats and Republicans across the state. Finally, they remind you to VOTE! Ballots are due August 2nd. Make your voice heard!  As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal Fincher, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find today's co-host, Rich Smith, at @richsssmith.  More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com.   WA Voting Resources Ballot and replacement ballot information: https://voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx    Ballot Box and voting center locations: https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/research/drop-box-and-voting-center-locations.aspx    If you're an eligible voter with previous felony convictions, you CAN vote as long as you're no longer confined. For more information, see here: https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/voters/felons-and-voting-rights.aspx    Resources   “Seattle removes homeless encampment in Sodo during heat wave” by Greg Kim from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/homeless/seattle-removes-homeless-encampment-in-sodo-during-heat-wave/    “A new push to combat harassment of Black candidates and staff” by Melissa Santos from Axios: https://www.axios.com/local/seattle/2022/07/25/black-candidates-washington-harassment   “Republicans vie for swing-district shot at defeating WA Rep. Kim Schrier” by Jim Brunner from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/republicans-vie-for-swing-district-shot-at-defeating-democrat-rep-kim-schrier/   “Northeast Seattle House race features 5 Democratic candidates and big money” by David Gutman from The Seattle Times:  https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/northeast-seattle-house-race-features-5-democratic-candidates-and-big-money/   “Seattle voters have a slew of choices in Legislative races” by Joseph O'Sullivan from Crosscut: https://crosscut.com/politics/2022/07/seattle-voters-have-slew-choices-legislative-races    Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks and Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington State through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show, as well as our recent forums, are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. Today, we're continuing our Friday almost-live shows where we review the news of the week. Welcome back to the program today's co-host: Associate Editor of The Stranger and - never forget - noted poet, Rich Smith. [00:00:55] Rich Smith: Hi. [00:00:55] Crystal Fincher: Hey, so it's been a hot week. We're in the middle of another heat event, climate change is unrelenting, and we're feeling the effects of it. It's been a challenge. [00:01:09] Rich Smith: Yeah, I'm against it. I don't think it should be happening. Seattle really is dying, as is the rest of the globe, is my understanding. [00:01:19] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely. We just saw Europe go through this right before we did. And I'm sure we're all going to be going through it with increasing frequency, which makes one thing that happened this week, just particularly - not just unfortunate, but really infuriating to a lot of people - and plainly harmful. It's that the City of Seattle decided to move forward with sweeps of encampments for the unhoused in the middle of this heat wave. What went on here? [00:01:50] Rich Smith: Yeah, they - Bruce Harrell has made a point to deal with visible homelessness by employing a tactic that has not worked, which is sweeping people around the City, and in the middle of a heat wave, he swept a city, or a spot a little bit south of downtown. I wasn't - I'm not quite sure on the address. I think there was about 30 people there. And first thing in the morning - sun was heating up, these people had to put all their belongings on their back, and move across town, or find a cooling shelter or - in the heat. And it was just cruel and unfortunately, not unusual. And I can't even blog in this heat, let alone move all of my earthly possessions across town, just because somebody doesn't want to see me there. So that's what happened. [00:02:53] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, and it is - a lot of people understand that this really makes no sense to do - it's harmful, it's against public health guidance. We're still in a pandemic - even though people want to be done with it, it's not done with us. We have more challenges in that direction coming our way, which we might touch on a little bit later. But even with this, there were a lot of community members who reached out to the mayor's office when they heard about this and heard that it was upcoming. This is on the heels of last summer - the heat dome event being the most deadly weather event that Washington has ever experienced. We know how lethal extreme heat is. And so for people who don't have any kind of shelter to be put through this at this particular time, and as a lot of activists talked about and actually Councilmember Tammy Morales called out before, since and after - there's not enough shelter space, there's not enough housing space to get all of these people in shelter. To which Bruce Harrell and his administration replied - well, there's space at cooling centers and we can get them vouchers to go there. But those aren't 24/7 - that's a very, very temporary solution. So you know that you're throwing people out, certainly at night, and tomorrow when there's extreme heat again - 90+ degree temperatures - where do they go then? And they have even less to work with in order to do that. It's just - as you said in the very beginning - it's ineffective, this doesn't get people in housing. Some people talk about homelessness being primarily a problem of addiction or of mental health resources - that's not the case for everybody, but the one thing that everyone who is - does not have a home - has in common is not having a home. Housing is the one thing that will, that we can't do without to solve homelessness. We have to start there. And so to act as if this is doing anything different, when over and over again, we see when they sweep a location, the people who were there just move to different locations in the City. We don't get people housed, we're doing nothing but making this problem worse while wasting so much money in the process of doing so. It's just infuriating and I really hope it stops. There's not really a reason to believe so, based on the track record in this area of this administration, but it's wrong and there's really no two ways about that. [00:05:25] Rich Smith: Yeah, and just to hop on that Tammy Morales point and the reporting that The Times did on the ground, there's this - the administration thinks that they're offering everybody shelter, they say that they're offering everybody shelter. And then reporters go there and ask around and people say - nobody offered me anything. A couple people said - I'm gonna take this tent down the road, I'm not gonna get to that shelter. And so I just think that the City needs to start getting sued for this stuff. I just - if a referral system is clearly adequately not functional, and we're not supposed to - under Martin v. Boise - sweep people unless we have adequate shelter to put them in. And if we haven't created a system that gets people into adequate shelter that meets their needs, then how is it legal? is my question. And I don't think that this is gonna stop until there starts to be legal consequences for the City. [00:06:29] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, and like you said, there is precedent - that's a fairly recent decision, that we seem to be acting - in Seattle and in other cities - in direct defiance of, so I hope along with you that it is challenged in court. It's a big problem that continues. We're doing nothing to solve this issue that everyone recognizes is a crisis, and it's time we start doing things that actually work to make the problem better instead of wasting money on things that just perpetuate the issues that we're having. So this week, we're - Friday, July 29th - we are just days before this August 2nd primary on Tuesday, which means if you have your ballots, you better fill them out and get them in. Have any questions - feel free to reach out to us here at officialhacksandwonks.com, us on Twitter. You can go to MyVote.wa.gov if you are having issues with your ballot - I know there're places like Ferndale in the state that're experiencing extreme post office delays and some people still haven't received their ballots up there. But any issues that you're having can probably be addressed by starting out at MyVote.wa.gov, but do not pass up this opportunity to make your voice heard. There is so much at stake. As frustrated as sometimes we can be with how things are happening federally, whether it's the Supreme Court or seeming inaction in Congress - although we may have gotten some encouraging week this past week, encouraging news this past week - it is really important to act locally. Especially with things being in disarray at the federal level, the state and local level is where we protect the rights that we count on. It's where we shape what our communities look like. And the fact that they can look as different as Forks and Sequim and Seattle and Bellevue and all the rest just is a testament to how much power communities have to shape what they look like. So get engaged, be involved and - just starting out, we've seen just a slew of activity. We'll start the conversation around the Congressional districts, the Congressional races. What is happening in the 8th Congressional District where Kim Schrier is the current incumbent? [00:08:46] Rich Smith: This is - yeah - the front of the national red wave in Washington, to the extent that it crashes down here or gets held, it'll be in the 8th, which is east King County District now. It got changed around a little bit with redistricting - picking up some pieces of Snohomish County, but also some rural areas that it didn't have before. And Schrier faces a challenge from three Republicans minimum - there's a bunch of other people who aren't viable, but the major ones are Reagan Dunn, a King County Councilmember who's also a Republican and whose mom represented the district - I think in the 90s and early '00s - so a little bit of a legacy candidate there for Dunn. He has, as a brief aside, been also awarded by me just now the trophy of using his personal or his professional press release apparatus through the County Council in the most abusive way I've ever seen. This man sends out a press release about some kind of Republican red meat he's doing on the council, literally every eight hours, and it has been for the last year. If this is what he thinks doing his job on council means, then he hasn't been doing it since before this year. But anyway, Reagan Dunn is one of them. And Matt Larkin, a failed Attorney General candidate, who's going for the red meat Trump vote more openly than the other two are at least is is also running. He's got a bunch of his own money in - I wanna say north of $500,000, but maybe it's just $300,000. And and then we've got Jesse Jensen who ran last time. He's a veteran and a tech manager and he almost - he lost to Schrier in 2020 by four points. And so the Republicans are bickering amongst themselves with Jensen spending some, or a PAC on behalf of Jensen spending some money bringing up Dunn's - his struggles with alcoholism, and his divorce, and a bunch of drama related to that. And Dunn pushing back against that and calling it cheap blows. And Matt Larkin just trying to pick up any pieces that fall from that spat and capitalize on it. Schrier will, I suspect, will get through and it'll just be - which of these icky guys is gonna challenge her. [00:11:31] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, it's really interesting to see. And the theme of our congressional primaries and many of these races is - yeah, Republicans are fighting amongst each other in some really interesting, sometimes entertaining, but also vicious ways among each other. And so in this race it's been interesting to see, I think particularly just as people who live in King County and who have seen Reagan Dunn operate for a while - for a while he used to kind of court and relish his - the impression of him being a more moderate Republican, or Republican who can be elected in King County and touted that for a while. But now the base is different than it used to be when it comes to Republicans - they are not in the mood for a - someone who's moderate enough to be elected in King County and his votes, his rhetoric, the way he operates has completely reflected that. Including voting against women's reproductive rights, against abortion rights and access - really is, as you just talked about, trying to appeal to the Trump-loving red meat base and prove that he is conservative enough to do that. And just speaking a lot differently than he did before. But I think this is just reflective of - there are no - really, there is no such thing as a Republican moderate. Because everyone who has called themselves a moderate on issues of any kind of importance - at most - is silent. They won't oppose their party on things that they know are blatantly wrong, whether it's the lie of the 2020 election and the conspiracies surrounding that or vaccine issues - all this kind of stuff. Or you've seen them go the direction of Dunn and we recently saw, in a vote against same-sex marriage in Congress with Jaime Herrera Beutler, that they're voting against those things. And it's absolutely in opposition to a majority of Washington residents by every public poll that has been done. And so it's just interesting to see how that dynamic has played out throughout that. Again, it should be Schrier and we'll see who her opponent is gonna be, but that's gonna be a race to continue to pay attention to throughout the general election. So there's - you talk about a lot dealing with the 9th CD - there's a lot of legislative districts in the 9th CD - some of them very big battleground districts. And before we get into talking just a little bit about the legislative candidates, I did want to talk about an issue that The Stranger covered, that Axios covered this past week - and it has been the escalating incidences of harassment and violence against Black candidates, some of which are in the most competitive races in the state that we've been seeing lately. There have been lots of incidences that have been reported on that we know of throughout the state of Black candidates having their signs and property defaced - that's happened to a number of them, having their staffs harassed, followed, threatened from people in the community - and we saw that happen last week, one week before last now. And then that same week a candidate in the 30th Legislative District, which is Federal Way, Algona area, was shot twice with a BB gun. And when you're getting shot by BB gun, you don't actually know necessarily that it's a BB gun - and so you just know that you're getting shot at. Very scary situation and with those, certainly, I know that candidate Pastor Carey Anderson feels like that seems like a down payment on more violence, that seems like a type of harassment and targeting that's like - we are coming after you, we're harassing you. It's just very, very scary. And so throughout this process - and again, we saw these instances in 2020, we're now in 2022 seeing them - these campaigns have had to make considerations adjust their field plans and their canvassing plans in ways that soak up more resources, soak up more money and time, and it's just worrisome to be doing this. And realistically, this has been - continues to be a systemic problem. And so as I shared before, a number of people have - the parties should have an impact in fixing this. And specifically, I don't know if you're - I know you are - but people that are listening - the campaign apparatus when it comes to a state party - there's a state party. They do the Coordinated Campaign, which is the volunteer arm for a lot of the candidates in the state, they do a lot of supportive canvassing, phone calls, especially for - from the top of the ticket in the state on down. So Patty Murray being at the top of the ticket this year to candidates, especially in battleground areas. But the entities that are most responsible for dealing with campaigns are the House Democratic Caucus and the Washington Senate Democratic Caucus - that the House caucus and the Senate caucus are actually very frequently in contact with campaigns. They exist solely to support the political campaigns of their members. And so they provide information, guidance, infrastructure for the most competitive races against the opposing party. They're actively involved in these races and they basically act like co-consultants and adjunct staff for these. So there is a very close relationship and those are the two entities - House caucus for House candidates, Senate caucus for the Senate candidates - who are already doing that work in general. And so it has not escaped a lot of people's notice that this has been, as I was quoted saying, a glaring omission in what they've talked about. And it's not the first time the party has heard about this or confronted it. There have been conversations about this before. They've not resulted in action up until now. And so that article was particularly troubling to me. And this situation is particularly troubling to me because although everybody was asleep before then, we've seen the State Party basically say - yeah, we do have a responsibility to handle this and to try and work on a solution. We've seen the Senate caucus say - yeah, we do and we're working on a solution. And we have not seen that from House caucus leadership. And it was - we don't see this often for anything in any issue, but you had three candidates, two of them members in some of the most competitive races in the state saying - Hey, this happened. April Berg - this happened to me earlier this year and I asked the House caucus for help, I didn't get any - and now we're sitting here asking again and we're waiting. And Jamila Taylor, the head of the Legislative Black Caucus, saying essentially the same thing - we're waiting for help, we're asking, we're waiting. And then Pastor Carey Anderson, candidate in the 30th, saying we asked and we haven't - and these candidates are feeling like they're left alone and being left high and dry. And their campaigns are wondering - is it safe to be out there - and to not even have the caucus back them up like that is really something. And if Black lives do matter in this state, then we gotta do a better job of showing it, starting with these candidates. And this is - attacks on these candidates are really foundational - saying, we don't think you deserve a voice in this society, in our democracy, we're gonna try and intimidate and harass you out of it. And really, no one's really doing that much to stop it, so let's keep going. And not having support going through that is a really challenging thing. Will Casey for The Stranger also did an article on it this week. So I guess as you're looking at it, what does it look like from your vantage point? [00:20:11] Rich Smith: Yeah - well, in their defense the HCCC - or whatever, I don't know what they call it - just found out about structural racism this year, so they're hopping on it. They're also just figuring out racism as well. We might give 'em a chance to catch up. No, I was - the Rep Berg, whose canvasser was one of the people who got yelled at by a white guy who slammed his bike to the ground and did the "get off my lawn" racism up in Mill Creek, I wanna say, I can't remember where it was. But anyway, she and Rep Taylor pointed out that this - if you want to expand the number of people into your party, you want to have a big umbrella, if you want to diversify your party, which has been white for a very long time - then you're gonna want to provide some protection for people. You're gonna at least want to get a phone tree - set up some kind of protocol so that the party knows when this stuff happens and can act accordingly. The fact that we didn't have one means that we didn't prioritize it. And the fact that they didn't prioritize it means that there's not enough people in high places who are thinking about this stuff. And the fact that this has to come from the candidates who are not, who are running to be part of the party, is inexcusable because we've known that this has been happening for a long time. So yeah. It hurts recruitment for that party and it's inexcusable that they haven't done anything - they haven't done anything about it until now. [00:22:05] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, and even then until now - we're waiting, we're waiting. [00:22:09] Rich Smith: Yeah. [00:22:09] Crystal Fincher: We're waiting to see - [00:22:10] Rich Smith: Did the Senate put out some recommendations, but the House hasn't? [00:22:13] Crystal Fincher: Yeah. [00:22:14] Rich Smith: Okay, I see. [00:22:16] Crystal Fincher: And as well as the State Party - they've worked in conjunction. So it'll - we're waiting to see - I hope that we see more action, but it has certainly been disconcerting, worrisome. Frankly, infuriating - [00:22:31] Rich Smith: Pramila's getting yelled at. [00:22:32] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, and beyond yelled at - life threatened by dude outside of her house with a gun - telling her to go back where she came from and threatening to kill her. It's - and we saw an organizer this past week with a continued campaign of harassment from someone who already has a restraining order against them for this. It's just a worrisome time and it's gonna take everybody engaging, especially white people, to get this to stop. Relying on the victims of harassment and the victims of assault and the victims of stalking to be able to engage and solve their whole problem, when a lot of their energy is spent just trying to keep themselves safe, is not realistic and not what we can count on in order for it to change. But also, in other news - so south King County has got a lot of races. There haven't been many that have been covered. The Stranger has covered them and even engaged in a recent endorsement in one of the most competitive legislative districts in the state, which is the 47th Legislative District. And so there is one incumbent in the House seat running - Debra Entenman in that seat. And then there is a competitive Senate race and a competitive House race, both of which have open seats. And interestingly, both are D vs R races, where we're in a pretty competitive D primary, not so competitive R primaries. Well-funded Republican opponents - both of those Republican opponents are also Black, against a number of Black candidates running. So you have Shukri Olow and Chris Stearns running for one seat. You have Satwinder Kaur, who's a Kent City Councilmember currently, running against a former State Senator, Claudia Kaufman, in the other seat - running against another current Kent City Councilmember, Bill Boyce, who's a Republican. And then Carmen Goers for that other seat, who's also a Republican. So how did you - just going through that race - you made endorsements and recommendations. In that, what did you come out with? [00:24:52] Rich Smith: Yeah. In those races - yeah, first of all, the 47th is huge. It's a bellwether district. Everyone's gonna be looking at it and analyzing it on election night to figure out what it means for the general election and whether or not the Democrats are gonna be able to hold their majority in the State House and - or break even in the Senate, with Mullet as the swing - lord help us. But yeah, in the race - starting from the Senate race - that's the one that is Kaur and Kauffman vs probably Boyce - or yeah, Bill Boyce - [00:25:33] Crystal Fincher: Bill Boyce - yeah. [00:25:33] Rich Smith: Kent City Councilman. Yeah, we came down on Kauffman there, mostly because Kaur had lied to us, basically, in the course of the endorsement process. She said that - we asked about whether or not she wanted to put cops in schools and Kent, they recently - Kent School District and City Council approved recently - put cops back in the school so that they could handcuff mostly kids of color when they get out of line, and or when they say they get out of line. [00:26:13] Crystal Fincher: And a long history of that happening in the district. [00:26:15] Rich Smith: Yes, and Kaur's initial response to that was - that wasn't my, our jurisdiction, that was a decision that the school made, the school district made, yada, yada. Kauffman stepped in and said - excuse me, you voted on that. And then we were like, what? And then she's like - yeah, the City Council approved the budget that put the cops back into the schools in Kent and also, you all deliberated about it. There's a meeting - you talked about this. It was not only within your jurisdiction, but you joined a unanimous vote to put cops back in the schools. And then she's like okay - yeah, that happened. I was like - well, why did you say it didn't happen? Or why did you suggest that it was out of your jurisdiction? And so you didn't have anything to say about it? So that kind of - that didn't - that wasn't cool. We didn't like that. And we also didn't like that the vote to put the cops back in schools because, and when we questioned her on that, she said she had mixed feelings about it personally, but she voted for it because this was something the community asked for. But scratch the surface a little bit, and the community also asked for the school not to put the cops back in the schools. And so it was - she was representing people in the community, some people in the community, and dismissing - or not really dismissing - but pretending as if other people in the community didn't exist. She wanted to represent the interest of those people and not those people, so that was - otherwise they were pretty, pretty close on the issues, but her handling of that situation initially and the substance of it, I think, was what pushed us toward Kaur. We recognize that it's a moderate district, or a purple district, in a lot of ways and maybe that comes back to to haunt Kauffman, but Kaufman also just had a really forthright, blunt, straightforward way of talking. She held her ground, said what she said. And we were like - that's, there we go. There was just less triangulation, it felt like, happening. And so those were the things that pushed us there. Olow and Stearns was also really tough for us - because love Stearns' work on Treatment First Washington and his history with - him foregrounding treatment and wanting to get in - we really, would be great to have a champion in there, someone to join Rep Lauren Davis on her crusade to try to squeeze something out of that body to build a treatment infrastructure in the first place and a recovery infrastructure at the state level. I'm sure Stearns would've done that. [00:29:07] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, full disclosure - I was also part of that coalition - appreciate his work on that, definitely believed in that. [00:29:14] Rich Smith: Well, and he had been elected to Auburn City Council. And so he has a constituency he can tap - he's familiar. Olow though - we endorsed her against Upthegrove when she ran for County Council and she aligned with everything that Stearns was saying, or agreed with everything that Stearns was saying, and just has a lot of expertise in youth development and education and that's something where we need as many of those champions in the Legislature as humanly possible. And she had just had a - it looked like at the time when we were making the endorsement - just a better campaign infrastructure and so probably would've done, we thought would've done the best, will do the best against the Republican challenger. [00:30:11] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, really well-funded Republican challenger. Yeah. [00:30:15] Rich Smith: So that's what went into our thinking in those races. [00:30:18] Crystal Fincher: Yeah - no, made sense. Shukri has been doing work for the Best Starts for Kids program, which is very big in the district. Got her doctorate in education after starting out as a girl in public housing in the district. Has just - she really is someone who knows the district really well - grew up there, has certainly given back a lot, and so - know them both, appreciate them both. And just know that in both of those races, it's gonna be really tough for the Democrat vs the Republican. So whichever way that goes through, I hope listeners continue to pay attention and engage in those 'cause it's going to take help from folks who don't live there to make sure that the Democrat does get across the finish line. 'Cause, man - lots of these - Republicans are trying extra hard to put a moderate face on themselves, whether it's the 5th District talking about their bipartisan support and they're moderate and they're socially progressive and fiscally responsible - is how they're trying to present it. Whether it's in Emily Randall's district, or in the 5th district against Lisa Callan in that area. And it's just - we've got a lot at stake on this ballot. And so I really - and it's not inconceivable that Democrats could lose the majority here. With hard work, hopefully not, but it is within the realm of possibility and Republicans are looking to move backwards a lot of policy and are saying some really alarming things on the campaign trail with every - and it's not rhetoric. They're intending to move forward with repealing all of the rights that are in danger at the national level, and really being in alignment with what's happening there. And so things could go the other direction really fast. [00:32:17] Rich Smith: It's scary. It's also - is it within the 9th Congressional District as well? [00:32:21] Crystal Fincher: Yep. I think it's split between the 8th and the 9th, actually. I need to double check that post-redistricting, which is another thing - when you talk about just the 47th district, everything about everything in that race is just nonstandard. We don't know how this district, as this is the first time that we're gonna be voting within these new boundaries - so how it actually performs. You've got an interesting composition of people who - some have been on ballots plenty of times there, some haven't, some have but have been unopposed so people don't really pay attention to it. You've got two Black Republicans who are leading and the standard bearers - they're trying to portray themselves as - one of them, Bill Boyce, sent out this mailer of him and Martin Luther King. And there's nothing Republicans love more than throwing out a Martin Luther King quote that he would've thrown back in their face. But anyway, talking about that - which was, I know a lot of Black people in the Kent community looked, gave a side eye to that one really hard. But it'll be really interesting to see. And then there's a chunk of races in Seattle that are these D vs D races that are not gonna be key to the composition of the caucus and the majority, but that may help define what the agenda is in the Legislature and what's able to pass, especially when we talk about issues like progressive revenue and some very basic things that people are trying to tick off - in the healthcare realm, in the climate action realm, whole transportation package, what that kind of would look like. And so just a variety of races across the City that people will be voting on. Make sure to get that ballot in by Tuesday, either in the drop box or in the mail - you don't have to use a stamp on the envelope. But I guess as you're looking there, I see a lot of people - there's been a lot of coverage of the 46th, which full disclosure - I am working with Melissa Taylor on. In the 36th, a crowded race. There's an open seat in the 34th which hasn't quite gotten as much attention, I don't think, as the other two races. What do you see in that race? [00:34:52] Rich Smith: In the 34th? Great sadness and because it was - they're both really good. If you're - you're talking about the Leah Griffin and the Emily Alvarado - [00:35:03] Crystal Fincher: Yes. [00:35:03] Rich Smith: Yeah - what are you, what am I, how - we were all, we talked about this for 45 minutes, an hour. Okay, so our choices in this are somebody who is - we're in a housing crisis and Emily Alvarado ran Office of Housing, is - clearly knows what she's talking about. That's exactly what she wants to do when she gets to the State Legislature, and exactly how to do it, and exactly the coalition she wants to build - Latina and is - voted for Bernie Sanders - and is also impressive candidate who knows her sh*t. Speaking of, Leah Griffin - tremendous - tremendously overcame personal tragedy and didn't just keep that to herself, but used it in part as a catalyst to make real change to help everybody, contacted everybody in the Legislature and Congress - even Patty Murray - and got some responses and helped push an idea that eventually became legislation that got slipped into the Violence Against Women Act that would increase access to more sexual assault kits. So this is a person who has done tremendous work from her couch in Seattle, as she'll say. And so yeah - the choice there is between somebody who is gonna be a strong - and she's up on the news about criminal justice and is in the intersection there between how do we - what's the best way to get fewer rapes - to stop people from rape. She's a really good person who knows the answer to that question and can push for that kind of change in the 34th. And yeah, the question facing voters is - do you want somebody who's an expert on housing and is gonna do all the right things on housing and lead there and join a housing coalition in the House, which we desperately need. Or do you want somebody who is going to lead on the intersection of criminal justice and protecting survivors in the House, which we also desperately need, which is also - it's an impossible decision. I don't - we came down, the group came down at the end on Emily because of the housing crisis, but that's how I feel about that. We were all - could have gone either way. [00:37:46] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, it is - it's rough. And there's a lot of rough choices actually in Seattle - these are two great candidates. It's been tougher than prior years in some, where there were more clear choices in a lot of them. In City races, there's more differentiation between, at least among all the candidates a lot of times. And there just are some really hard choices and people across the board that - even if they don't make it through, you really, really, really hope that they continue to be involved and they step up to lead in different areas and really consider continuing to seek leadership. Because both people in this race, people in a number of races - there are some really, really exciting people who are running. You can only choose one. And so we'll see what continues to go through. And we can only choose one, we're gonna run a general election - ultimately there will be one who prevails, but yeah, it, this - I could definitely see that being a hard choice. [00:38:54] Rich Smith: If anybody wants to start some GoFundMe to help move some of these candidates around, would love somebody to move up to Shoreline and challenge Salomon, Jesse Salomon, up there - be a Senator. And could - someone could have jumped into the 46th Senate race too - would've been nice. A guy, Matt Gross, did - got a housing focus, that's great. Didn't do it for us even though - just 'cause his ideas were half baked - would've been nice to have a challenge up, a serious challenger to Javier Valdez too. Valdez is a nice guy, but there's a lot of room for improvement up there. Yeah, there was a lot of races where - would've been cool to see stronger challengers, progressive challengers. And then there were a lot of other races, and then the rest of the races were - oh, look, these people are great. Four great people running for one open seat. What are we gonna do here? So yeah, that - it was tough. [00:39:57] Crystal Fincher: Yeah - and with that, obviously, there's a ton of people who live in Seattle. And so there's going to be more people competing for what wind up being fewer positions. And you see a lot more engagement and attention being paid and candidates for those open seats. And it's - we are still contending with the disparity in resources between those in kind of safe D - Democrats are going to be elected in all of these positions. And seeing a stark difference in spending and donations for other races in the state that could go either way. And it's challenging. Again, I generally don't work with candidates. I'm working with one this year and it's a high - there are three of the top fundraisers in the state. I literally think the top three on the Democratic side non-incumbents in that race - there's a lot of money there. There doesn't need to be that much money in there, but given the composition - just like with Congress, right - especially the representatives basically have to spend all of their time fundraising. And while we desperately need more campaign finance reform, it should not take that. And a system that requires that is a broken system and you're making people make a lot of tough choices. The barrier for people being able to get in these races is challenging, 'cause you have to have enough time to devote to the fundraising and to talking to voters and the other stuff. And it's really hard to do without resources. And even if you don't have the most, you still have to have a substantial amount no matter how you look at it. So I do think there is a glaring need for some really foundational statewide campaign finance reform - also at the federal level - but Democracy Vouchers, does it solve every single problem related to everything? No. But I think it does make things more accessible, forces people to talk to more residents to get the - even if it's just in search of vouchers - hey, it's putting you in contact with more people that you have to directly deal with, which I think is always a good thing for candidates. But it's a problem, it's a challenge. And so many resources are dedicated to Seattle in the political sphere when there are so many needs for lesser-known races throughout the state. How do you see that? [00:42:39] Rich Smith: I agree. I don't know if - I don't know about Democracy Vouchers as a solution, but campaign finance reform for statewide races is great. Yeah - Melissa Taylor's raised what - $200,000 or something almost in that race - like the top, some of the top - [00:42:55] Crystal Fincher: Well, and she's the number two - [00:42:56] Rich Smith: She's the number two. [00:42:58] Crystal Fincher: - behind Lelach. And then, Nancy Connolly is also - there's a lot - now, Melissa doesn't accept corporate donations or anything, but still that's a lot of work, it's a lot of time. And not everybody has the ability to do that and that should not be a requirement of running for office. [00:43:23] Rich Smith: No. Yeah, I agree. And yeah, that's - it's as much as Stephanie Gallardo has raised against - for one House seat. Yeah, than for one US House seat, but yeah - it's crazy, it's a huge high barrier to entry, and we should do something to change it. [00:43:43] Crystal Fincher: We should. So I guess if you are - lots of resources, will link all of this in the comments of the show. As we do that - for just races across the state that may not be on people's radar, the Congressional races - is there anything that you would throw out there for people to consider that's not getting much attention right now? [00:44:05] Rich Smith: Yeah. You wanna do something over the weekend? You might try knocking doors for Emily Randall up in Kitsap - in Bremerton, Gig Harbor area - she's facing off against the Legislature's biggest brat, as Will Casey called him in a piece on the 26th Legislative District there. That's another one of those important races - Randall won by 108 votes or something last time she ran. So it's gonna be a close one. It would be great to have a pro-choice Democrat rather than a Trumpian weirdo in the Senate up there. [00:44:37] Crystal Fincher: Super Trumpian - he is one of the most extreme Republicans in the state, currently a House member running for the Senate seat to challenge her. They tried to put what they felt was one of their best, most resourced people on their side against her and she needs everybody's help. That is absolutely a race for people in Seattle to adopt and do something to help emily win. [00:45:03] Rich Smith: Yeah. If you wanna - if you're closer to the South End, you might try going down to the 30th LD - helping out Jamila Taylor with her race, figuring out what to do with, or helping Claire Wilson in her race. She'll - maybe save those for the general 'cause they'll probably get through. There's some sh*t going down in the 30th as well - is that also the one where Chris Vance is taking on Phil Fortunato - [00:45:29] Crystal Fincher: That's the 31st. [00:45:30] Rich Smith: 31st - that's right. That's just outside - [00:45:32] Crystal Fincher: So like Enumclaw, just to the east. Yep. [00:45:35] Rich Smith: Yeah, just outside. Yeah - so that's gonna be funny - I don't know, it'll be interesting. Phil Fortunato is a freak and a climate arsonist and a genuine weirdo. And I don't know if we're placing him with a centrist Republican, I guess, if Chris Vance is - will be much of an improvement, but it will be interesting to see the extent to which Trump base is being activated in these races in Washington, or whether there's some kind of independent, high Republican sh*t movement going on in the suburbs that really wants to moderate the Trumpers. So that'll be one area where I'm looking looking at that and yeah, but those would be two races that I would highly - [00:46:33] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, no, that absolutely makes sense. Thank you so much for your time today. Thank you everyone for listening - this is Friday, July 29th, 2022. Thanks for listening to Hacks & Wonks - the producer is Lisl Stadler and assistant producer is Shannon Cheng with assistance from Bryce Cannatelli. Our wonderful co-host today is the Associate Editor of The Stranger, Rich Smith. You can find Rich on Twitter at @richsssmith. You can find me on Twitter at @finchfrii. Now you can follow Hacks & Wonks on iTunes, Spotify, wherever else you get your podcasts - just type "Hacks and Wonks" into the search bar. Our revamped website has access to all the shows - all of the transcripts to everything is all included, and the forums that we did in the 36th and 37th are also included there. While you're there, if you like - hop on and can leave us a review on something, please do. It helps us out. You can also just get everything and we'll include all the resources and articles we talked about today in the show notes. So thanks for talking with us today. Thanks for tuning in - we'll talk to you next time.

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