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Honestly with Bari Weiss
Larry Summers: The High Price of Getting it Right

Honestly with Bari Weiss

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 64:35


Larry Summers is one of the most important economists in the world. He's been the chief economist at the World Bank. He was Treasury Secretary under President Clinton. He was director of the National Economic Council under Obama. And from 2001 to 2006 he was president of Harvard. But perhaps more than anything on his resume, the thing Summers is most well-known for is his willingness to speak his mind—even if it means being the skunk at the garden party, warning about inflation when everyone else was downplaying it and publicly criticizing the Biden administration's spending policies. And yet, Summers is somehow the skunk that everyone–particularly the very administration he's been critical of–wants to stick around. Summers has been a force behind the scenes on the Inflation Reduction Act—the massive climate, health and tax bill signed into law by President Biden this week. He also worked behind the scenes to get Joe Manchin—who earlier this summer said he would not vote for the bill—to reverse course. (Read more about that here.) Today a conversation with Larry Summers about the state of the economy, how we can turn it around, and whether or not the new law will actually reduce inflation. He also sounds off on the future of higher education and what he calls “the new McCarthyism.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Marveling at Marvel's Marvels
Episode 219: Cable

Marveling at Marvel's Marvels

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 56:03 Very Popular


Travel with us through time, back to the early 90s, when shoulder pads were huge and pockets were abundant. The subject of our journey is the most 90s of 90s character, Cable! You won't learn everything about Nathan Summers by spending an hour with us, but you'll at least get enough to confuse you...

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast
Summers of Sam Vol. 4: Kevin

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 99:51


Andrew Schlecht and Alex Speers discuss summers of 2015 and 2016 of the Thunder and grade their moves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sacred Realms: A Zelda Retrospective Podcast
Hand Drawn Game Guides w/ Phil Summers

Sacred Realms: A Zelda Retrospective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 88:22


Lyndon and Matt are joined by Phil Summers of Hand Drawn Game Guides to talk about his work on his Legend of Zelda guide and about the lost art of game guides in general.Support the show

Climate Connections
Extreme drought cuts into Montana rancher's profits

Climate Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 1:31


Summers in the state are expected to keep getting hotter and drier on average.  Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/ 

Church News
The Summers family on finding healing comfort by trusting God's plan amid continuing medical trials

Church News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 30:55


As Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles declared in his April 2022 general conference talk, “No matter what our mortal experience may entail, we can trust God and find joy in Him.” This episode of the Church News podcast features a Latter-day Saint family from Box Elder County, Utah, who have found healing comfort in serving others and trusting in God's plan amid personal trials and debilitating illness. Stan and Jennifer Summers' lives have been altered by their son Talan's illness, Jennifer's recent medical issues and other sorrows. The Summers have found joy by serving in the Church and their community and by sharing their testimonies of the restored gospel of Christ.  The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Badass Women at Any Age
Set Your Goals and Boundaries with Elizabeth Cantillon

Badass Women at Any Age

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 32:54


Working her way up from entry level jobs in Hollywood, Elizabeth Cantillon used her love of film and storytelling coupled with her expertise in film theory and criticism to forge a path for herself in the film industry.   From secretary to studio executive and producer, Elizabeth learned the levers of power and the power of self advocacy through her climb.  Elizabeth serves as principal of Bisous Pictures, a romance label under MRC Film since 2020. She has served as principal of The Cantillon Company which was housed at Sony Pictures. She produced Elizabeth Banks' reboot of Charlie's Angels, starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska, released in 2019. She produced the follow up to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Fede Alvarez's The Girl in the Spider's Web, starring The Crown's Claire Foy as Lisbeth Salander. Her first film under her Columbia deal was Concussion starring Will Smith in 2015. The Cantillon Company include the film adaptation of Kristin Hannah's bestsellers, The Nightingale and The Great Alone, for TriStar Pictures. For MGM and Warner Bros, Cantillon is developing Tomb Raider 2 with producer Graham King. Elizabeth previously served as Executive Vice President of Production at Columbia Pictures. During her tenure at Columbia, she oversaw Academy Award winners The Social Network and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, the last four installments of the James Bond franchise, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre, as well as Captain Phillips directed by Paul Greengrass, Eat, Pray, Love directed by Ryan Murphy and The Monuments Men directed by George Clooney. Prior to joining Columbia Pictures, she served as Executive Vice President at MGM Studios, where she was responsible for a number of movies, including Be Cool, F. Gary Gray's sequel to Get Shorty, and Carl Franklin's Out of Time, starring Denzel Washington. Elizabeth produced The Banger Sisters for Fox Searchlight, Galaxy Quest for Dreamworks, and co-produced Sunset Park for TriStar Pictures. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film Theory & Criticism. Projects in development at Bisous Pictures include film adaptations of the bestselling novels 28 Summers by Elin Hilderbrand, The Return by Nicholas Sparks, The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood, and You Had Me at Hola by Alexis Daria. Along with the adaptation of bestselling book Photos Of You by Tammy Faye, to be directed by Jenny Gage &Tom Betterton. Elizabeth is also developing original scripts by Pulitzer Prize finalist and playwright Christopher Shinn and James Beard-winning writer Aleksandra Crapanzano. What You Will Hear in This Episode:  Elizabeth's personal story Difference between a producer and a studio executive From secretary to Showtime Challenges as a woman in film Work/Life balance Advocating for yourself Equity and Inclusion Self inflicted obstacles  Mentorship in the industry Quotes “Advocacy is a big part of being a studio executive.” “It has to be more than just passion. You have to figure out the levers of the power.” “The lessons that I've learned is you have to advocate for yourself.  You have to set your own boundaries.” “It's always a reset every day. It's a work in progress every day. Everyday you feel masterful and every day you feel like you fail.” “I think that television as an ecosystem, has many more powerful women in it.” Mentioned: MRC Entertainment https://bonniemarcusleadership.com/ https://web.facebook.com/bonnie.marcus/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonniemarcus https://twitter.com/selfpromote https://www.instagram.com/self_promote_/ Gendered Ageism Survey Results Forbes article 5 Tips to own the superpower of your age IAMMusicGroup Purchase my book Not Done Yet on Amazon:  If you enjoyed this episode of Badass Women Podcast, then make sure to subscribe to the podcast and drop us a five-star review.  

Stuff Weekly!
SW Ep.556 – Melting in Summers with Dudes (RICWB 16)

Stuff Weekly!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 61:11


In episode 556, Matt takes on the podcast all by himself again with another edition of Riding in Cars with Boys.

Chrissie Mayr Podcast
CMP 470 - SimpCast 37 - Ashton Birdie, Mandy Summers, Tuggs, Lila Hart

Chrissie Mayr Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 190:07


SimpCast is back! Join Ashton Birdie, Mandy Summers, Tuggs, Lila Hart and Chrissie Mayr as they discuss culture and news with plenty of laughs along the way! Go to FlagrantTriggers.com and order your Chrissie Mayr/SimpCast shirt today! Shout out to Nickel City Cigars! Go to NickelCityCigars.com and use promo code "CMP" at checkout for a 15% discount!

Fierce Parenting
We Get 18 Summers

Fierce Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 25:04


It's unbelievable how quick kids grow up. Today we talked about embracing and making the most of summer seasons to make memories with your kids that will last a lifetime.Visit https://thenewsisgood.com to learn what it means to trust Jesus.Great news! We're now posting full-length video podcasts to YouTube. Make sure to find and subscribe to our channel! --> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkyO4yVeRdODrpsyXLhEr7wTo learn more about the Fierce Parenting ministry, visit FierceParenting.com or find us on social media. If you'd like to help support this ministry, visit FierceParenting.com/Partner.We hope this ministry blesses you and your family as you seek to honor Christ in your home life.

Ben Greenfield Fitness
How Two Middle-Aged Entrepreneurial Parents Completely Transformed & Biohacked Their Health, Fitness, Sex Life & More

Ben Greenfield Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 58:39 Very Popular


For a while now, I've been working with an entrepreneurial couple named Jim and Jamie Sheils to improve their fitness, health, nutrition, and longevity... ...and we've become dear friends in the process. Jim and Jamie Sheils are the fit, sexy parents of four children ranging in age from toddler to teen. They are also the founders of a fantastic company called 18 Summers, which refers to the number of summers you have with your children. The goal of 18 Summers is to help support families with a formula for lifelong parent-child connection, trust, bonding, respect, and experience. Jim and Jamie have also authored the popular ebook The Family Board Meeting, which outlines three simple steps parents can take to create lasting connections with their children. Jim Sheils is an entrepreneur who consults with world-class organizations such as Harvard University and Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) to help their members succeed at home. In keynote presentations, workshops, team events, and private consulting, Jim has helped hundreds of the top entrepreneurs and thought leaders around the world focus and implement where it really counts, at home. He is affectionately known as "Crazy Glue For Families." Jamie Sheils founded Florida's only Waldorf-inspired public charter school and directed a Public Montessori Charter School. She has also developed and implemented programs in several other public and private schools. When Jim and Jamie first met, they found themselves facing interesting challenges as a blended family. Suddenly, they had to contend with the everyday trials of disconnection and time scarcity. It was Family Board Meetings that bridged the gap, helping a new family connect, and helping the kids find sure footing on uncertain ground. Now, through 18 Summers, Jim and Jamie reach families and organizations around the world, helping them discover the benefits of quality time and enduring relationships. In this episode, we talk about homeschooling, creative freedom, sex drive, and even (how to avoid!) "Dad bod." Episode sponsors: -The DNA Company:  If you value your health and want the tools to help you avoid serious diseases, then go ahead and order this DNA test from The DNA Company. All listeners are eligible to receive a $50 discount using code BEN at checkout. -Butcher Box: Butcherbox is giving new members 1 pack of bacon for FREE in EVERY box, plus $20 off each box for the first 5 months of your membership. That's free bacon for life and up to $100 off! -ChiliSleep: These luxury mattress pads keep your bed at the perfect temperature for deep sleep, whether you sleep hot or cold. These sleep systems are designed to help you fall asleep, stay asleep and give you the confidence and energy to power through your day. Save up to 30% off the purchase of any new sleep system -Kion Aminos: Building blocks for muscle recovery, reduced cravings, better cognition, immunity, and more. -Ben Greenfield Coaching: Personally vetted and trained by Ben Greenfield, these coaches will personalize your diet and lifestyle, and get you looking and feeling your best.

The Final Word Cricket Podcast
The Final Word with Adam Zwar

The Final Word Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 113:49 Very Popular


Season 12, Ep 23: Seven years ago, when we first started listing names of guests we would like to get on the show for a chat, the first was Adam Zwar. It never happened - our fault. Well, a lot has happened for both him and The Final Word since 2015. That now includes his fantastic, funny and moving new book, 12 Summers. It's the story of the life of one of Australia's most engaging creative minds told through the tales of the game that has always inspired (and distracted) him.  Your Nerd Pledge number this week: 2.08 - Michael Fallon. Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 15% off treatment at AdvancedHairStudio/FinalWord The Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fully Restored Podcast
Episode 87 - Embracing Endings

Fully Restored Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 12:55


Join Kristin in her Summer Devotion Series. Summers are busy, filled with many events, vacations and more. Kristin wanted to stay connected with you, but also honor what the summer season represents for each of us. Full lives! Each week, join Kristin for a few minutes and may you be encouraged by her stories. For more information, please visit our website at: www.FullyRestored.Love 

Chad Hartman
Joy Summers shares the best patios to visit before summer ends

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 16:46


Star Tribune food and drink writer Joy Summers joins John Hines to talk about the latest in dining around the Twin Cities.

Chad Hartman
Attorney General Merrick Garland's statement & Joy Summers

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 34:26


Attorney General Merrick Garland spoke today about the FBI search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. We carried the statement and got a recap of the details from Susie Jones and John Hines before Joy Summers joined John from the Star Tribune to talk about the latest happenings around the Twin Cities dining scene.

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast
Summers of Sam Vol. 3: Mitch McGary..... Mitch McGary

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 83:46 Very Popular


Andrew Schlecht and Alex Speers discuss Kevin Durant, and the summers of 2013 and 2014 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bridging The Gap
Guiding Your Clients's Financial Journey with Dave Connolly and Moira Summers

Bridging The Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 43:52


We're joined by two guests on today's episode of Bridging The Gap. Dave Connolly, CEO and Co-Founder of Knudge, and Dr. Moira Summers, Financial Psychologist and Executive Coach, share how they help bridge the gap between financial motivations and systems that help clients reach their financial goals.  We explore procrastination, three steps of implementation for your clients, the shared responsibility of implementation, what works and what doesn't work when it comes to helping your clients reach financial goals, and more.  We also dive into a conversation about how simple reminders from you as the advisor can have a huge impact on your clients's financial journey.  Guest Bios: Dave Connolly, co-founder and CEO of Knudge, a platform that helps advisors manage their clients' action items and automates follow up via email, text or push notifications to encourage their clients to get more done. For over 20 years Dave has been designing and developing web based products. Former Lead User Interface Designer at Bain & Company - responsible for designing dozens of internal web based applications. More recently co-founder and CTO of HourlyNerd (now Catalant Technologies) an online marketplace that provides global enterprises access to business expertise on demand. Dr. Moira Somers is a psychologist, family wealth consultant, and executive coach based in Manitoba, Canada. She is the behavioural strategist at Knudge (a FinTech company dedicated to improving follow-through on financial advice), as well as the founder of consulting company Money, Mind and Meaning. She is the author of Advice that Sticks: How to Give Financial Advice that People Will Follow. Dr. Somers is a faculty member at the Ultra High Net Worth Institute and the Sudden Money Institute. Undergirding all of her work is her grounded and pragmatic approach to changing financial behaviours, attitudes, relationships and organizations for the greater good of individuals and society.

Andie Summers Show Podcast
The MANdie Summers Show Inaugural Episode

Andie Summers Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 12:13


Jeff and Donnie are the two male members of The Andie Summers Show on 92.5 XTU. They realize that there are some things that the ladies are just not interested in hearing about and so they put it into a podcast.  This week, the bathroom. No, it doesn't get GROSS but I think every one can relate to what Jeff and Donnie chatted about. And ladies, maybe you'll learn a bit about the etiquette of being a man in a men's bathroom, there are a lot of unwritten rules. 

Betches Brides
Meet Our First Brides Ambassador Ft. Hannah Summers

Betches Brides

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 71:21


This week, Nicole is joined by Brides ambassador Hannah Chambers, for the first Betches Brides Ambassador episode. First, Hannah shares about her roots in wedding planning, her Meet-Cute, and her green-nail proposal fiasco. Of course, Nicole asks about Hannah's wedding plans, specifically, how she is making vendor decisions more than a year out. Hannah discusses her plans for her guest list, florals, and her choice not to have bridesmaids. Hannah shares some obstacles she and her partner have run into with vendors as a same-sex couple. Then, they get into splurging and saving. Finally, they end on “Unpopular Opinions” to see if throwing the bouquet and sweetheart tables are over and if photo booths are a waste of money. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Drinking During Business Hours
Episode 46 - Jiaoying Summers

Drinking During Business Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 51:07


This week, Sarah takes the show to a gorgeous outdoor setting and sits down with one of her most prolific guests yet, Jiaoying Summers! Not only is Jiaoying one of the hottest comics today, her story is incredibly inspiring, beautiful, and all told on this week's episode, with no punches pulled. So grab your favorite beverage and don't miss out!

High and Low
The Truth About NBA Summers and a Kid Named Bronny James

High and Low

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 46:56


On this episode of the High and Low Basketball podcast, Ike Amaechi talks about:The big lie that is a year-round NBA cycle and the truth about a basketball desert in AugustThe NBA franchise with the best all-time starting fiveChoose-Your-Own-Adventure scenarios courtesy of UgoAlso, check out the High and Low YouTube channel for bonus content. Talk to us in High and Low's Facebook group.Music featured on the episode is brought to you by Lyve of the Enjoy Music Group and Sonny Rocwell of The Goodness. Edited by Vonn August. Executive Producer is Ikenna Agu. Follow High and Low on Instagram and TikTok/Twitter @morehighandlow.High and Low at Vonn+Abrahammhttp://www.vonnabrahamm.com/high-low-podcastJoin on us on Discordhttps://discord.gg/MXu9bXMcInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/gethighandlow/https://www.instagram.com/ikenna.andthepeople/https://www.instagram.com/lovemarissadove/https://www.instagram.com/savage_decepticon/https://www.instagram.com/sean_khantroversy/https://www.instagram.com/esteban_roy/Twitterhttps://twitter.com/morehighandlowhttps://twitter.com/IkennaCesarhttps://twitter.com/thirstyvillainhttps://twitter.com/KhantroverseyOn this episode of the High and Low Basketball podcast, Ike Amaechi talks about the big lie that is a year-round NBA cycle and the truth about a basketball desert in August, the NBA franchise with the best all-time starting five and Choose-Your-Own-Adventure scenarios courtesy of Ugo.

Hot Mamas
Season 2 Episode Four: Talking with Amanda Millstein and Lisa Patel

Hot Mamas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 49:56


Summers are getting hotter, wildfires more frequent, and our children are feeling the stress of an uncertain climate future. How do we keep our kids safe and healthy in a warming world? In this episode, host Sarah Spengeman talks to pediatricians Dr. Amanda Millstein and Dr. Lisa Patel about practical ways parents and caregivers can protect children and youth from air pollution and heat. When is it O.K. for children to play outside? What are the signs of heat stress? Should we speak with our children's teachers about these challenges? And how do we talk to our kids about hard issues like climate change or racism without stoking their fears? Lisa and Amanda share insights from their experiences as physicians and as mothers of young children.As climate and health advocates, Lisa and Amanda also discuss how they are working for more sustainable schools and healthier, more equitable communities where all children can thrive. You'll hear how you can make a difference in your own neighborhood or state, and policy proposals that can save lives.  Recommended Resources:Climate Health NowMedical Society Consortium on Climate and HealthProtecting  Youth in Warming Summers fact sheetsNew  Biden admin heat resourcesAmanda Recommends: Listos CaliforniaEssential Labor by Angela GarbesLisa Recommends: 99% Invisible

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
SPECIAL WEEKEND CRIME STORIES UPDATE: Postal worker/mom gunned down over a Chihuahua and a stimulus check

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 39:50 Very Popular


The man accused of shooting postal worker Angela Summers over mail delivery has  pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. Tony Cushingberry is now facing life in prison. Summers had problems delivering mail to a home because of an aggressive Chihuahua. Repeated requests to the resident to curb the dog go unheeded. When Cushingberry's expected mail isn't delivered, he gets hostile and Summers is shot and killed.   Joining Nancy Grace to discuss: Kathleen Murphy - North Carolina, Family Attorney, www.ncdomesticlaw.com Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst, Beverly Hills, follow on instagram at DrBethanyMarshall Cloyd Steiger - 36 years Seattle Police Department, 22 years Homicide detective, Author "Seattle's Forgotten Serial Killer-Gary Gene Grant" www.cloydsteiger.com  Joseph Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics Jacksonville State University, Author,"Blood Beneath My Feet" Levi Page - Investigative reporter,  Crime Online    Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Laughingmonkeymusic
Ep 234 Mick Sweda (ex Bullet Boys & King Cobra) talks about his new band “The Hot Summers”

Laughingmonkeymusic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 25:06


https://www.facebook.com/thehotsummers1 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shawn-ratches/support

GZero World with Ian Bremmer
Making sense of global inflation, looming recession, and economists who disagree

GZero World with Ian Bremmer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 24:29


Did US inflation come from supply, or did it come from demand? On the GZERO World podcast, Ian Bremmer speaks with economist and University of Chicago professor Austan Goolsbee about the causes of the current high levels of inflation in the US and around the world. If inflation is being driven by too much stimulus, as economists like Larry Summers believe, Goolsbee believes the Federal Reserve is doing the right thing by raising interest rates to cool demand. But if inflation is mostly due to the war in Ukraine or supply chain disruptions, rate hikes might result in stagflation.   Goolsbee, who served as an adviser under President Obama, also shares his thoughts on why some economic trends from the last two years - like making more products domestically and remote work - may be short-lived "pandemic blips," whether the Biden administration gave out too much stimulus for the recovery, and why Americans feel glum about the economy - yet still have cash in their pockets.

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Sohrab Ahmari On The Failures Of Liberalism

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:20 Very Popular


Sohrab is a founder and editor of Compact: A Radical American Journal, and he’s a contributing editor at The American Conservative. He spent nearly a decade at News Corp. — as the op-ed editor of the New York Post and as a columnist and editor with the WSJ opinion pages in New York and London. His books include From Fire, by Water: My Journey to the Catholic Faith and The Unbroken Thread: Discovering the Wisdom of Tradition in an Age of Chaos. A new voice for a new conservatism, I tried to talk him through how he got to this place — politically and spiritually.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above (or on the right side of the player, click “Listen On” to add the Dishcast feed to your favorite podcast app). For two clips of our convo — on whether the free market is actually a tyranny, and how many liberals actually reject democracy, e.g. Brexit — pop over to our YouTube page.Sohrab’s appearance this week is a good excuse to publish a transcript from David French, his great nemesis in conservative circles. Here’s a clip from David’s Dishcast:A reader wrote last week:I know the Sohrab episode isn’t out yet, but judging by his Twitter presence, it’s going to be a real barnburner of sophistry. His latest quips regarding foreign policy are ones that I find to be ignorant, especially his quips at Yascha Mounk. I know you’ve already shot the episode, but I’d suggest you check out the book, The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization. I think it really puts into perspective what American military might has brought to the world (absent, obviously, some of the more glaring blunders), and it might give context, rather than rhetoric, to Sohrab’s arguments.We clashed a little, but I also gave him space and time to explain his own strange journey to this brand of neo-reactionism. In my view, his biography tells you a lot about his need for moral and political “absolutes.” In my book, that makes him close to the opposite of a conservative.If you’re sympathetic to Sohrab’s arguments, send us a comment for next week’s edition: dish@andrewsullivan.com. On last week’s episode of the Dishcast, a listener writes:Terrific interview with Larry Summers. Though my politics are thisclose to Summers’, he floated two whoppers in his talk with you.1) His suggestion that the United States and other liberal democracies can “build their ways” out of right-wing authoritarianism with more housing, infrastructure and health care is simply not true. Not even close. The evidence is very clear that the driving force behind right-wing illiberalism is demographics and left-wing illiberalism is culture. Under investment in macro-economic indicators is a problem, to be sure, but it has nothing to do with illiberalism.2) The United States is decidedly not an exporter of inflation. The US dollar is at historic highs, which means foreigners are investing in America and in dollar denominated assets, because Joe Biden’s America represents the “nicest house in a bad neighborhood,” when measured by jobs growth, business investment, private consumption and personal savings.Summers is right that the America Rescue Plan was too generous. But he seems reluctant to consider the historic relevance of the post-WWII era when American inflation was 14% in 1947, 8% in 1948 and -1% in 1949. As in the post-pandemic era, aggregate demand in the late 1940s rebounded a lot faster than supply, and consumers worldwide bid up the prices of scarce goods, services and raw materials.Summers responds:On the reader’s first point, it’s an interesting hypothesis, but my guess is if there were more and better blue-collar jobs, more affordable housing, and more prosperity, there would be less raging populism.On the second point, I don’t agree. The demand from the US has contributed to global bottlenecks. The strong dollar means weak other currencies which adds to their inflation. I have thought much about the post-WWII period, and I doubt it is a good parallel. There was the effect of removing price controls. There were very different expectations under the gold standard and given the recent depression.I agree with my reader on the core cultural question of left over-reach. I suspect Larry does too — but it’s not a subject he’s comfortable with, especially since his Harvard cancellation. Another reader looks to the deepening tribalism on the right:Perhaps you missed it, but I haven’t seen the Dish comment on the Texas GOP platform yet. This surprises me, since the Dish is, in my view, the most important defender of classical liberalism on the web. The platform of the largest state Republican Party in the country can be found here. From the AP’s summary:Approved by 5,000-plus party delegates last weekend in Houston during the party’s biennial convention, the new platform brands President Joe Biden an “acting” commander-in-chief who was never “legitimately elected.” It may not matter who the president is, though, since the platform takes previous language about secession much farther — urging the Republican-controlled legislature to put the question of leaving the United States to voters next year. The platform also says homosexuality is “an abnormal lifestyle choice” …The platform is the guiding document of a political party that has controlled every executive office in Texas since 2002, a state of almost 40 million people. To put this number in perspective: that’s more than twice as many of our fellow citizens who attend college this year and 25 times as many of our fellow Americans who identify as transgender. Texas and Florida lie at the heart of today’s Republican Party, demographically and financially. To ignore what those Republicans stand for is as near-sighted as ignoring how California and New York stand in the vanguard of what the national Democratic Party will stand for a few years out.The platform is an affront to liberalism and an example of the “movement after Trump” that you’ve speculated about. In my view, the movement preceded Trump and will proceed in his aftermath.The extremism was on full display this week in Dallas, as CPAC cheered Viktor Orbàn’s denunciation of marriage equality (which has 71 percent support nationally). I agree it’s creepy and deranged. But so is the postmodern, pro-criminal madness of the CRT/CQT/CGT Democrats — and they run California.On the growing affection for the Hungarian president on the American right, here’s “a Hungarian living under the Orbán regime”:In my mind, he has become popular among Republicans for two reasons:The fundamental problems of Hungarian society (and most of post-communist Europe’s) are not dissimilar to those of the US — at least on the surface. The cultural cleavages between the “globalist elite” and the “deplorables” are similarly wide. Multiculturalism and the markets’ winner-takes-all logic hit these post-communist societies harder than most, because local communities had been extremely weak to begin with: the communists had been suspicious of any organic communities therefore had worked very hard to suppress and eliminate them as much as they could. Capitalism, financialization, globalization and the wholesale urbanization of culture all happened at once when these societies were completely atomized. No wonder many felt that nobody cared about their problems and all they received from the elite was some lecturing on the inevitability of these phenomena. The American society has gotten to a similar stage through a different path, nicely documented by Robert Putnam. Therefore, the US lower-middle class resonates well to the messages developed from a Hungarian experience.Viktor Orbán and his team have made conscious and expensive efforts to reach out to Trump Republicans (word in Budapest is that Arthur Finkelstein and Benjamin Netanyahu were instrumental in this effort). The regime has not spared any money to welcome, wine, and dine second- and third-tear MAGA influencers. They came, got impressed, and spread the word at home. It definitely helped that these tours have been all-inclusive: who would not like to spend a few days in cool and beautiful Budapest — for free? Moreover, they received and continue to receive official respect. This is all the more attractive now that they are far from the halls of power in the US. It should not be surprising that they were all too happy to believe the propaganda that the regime fed them.I am sure I don’t see the full picture on the American side, but these factors seem to be quite important in explaining Orbán’s popularity in the US.One of those American conservatives courted by Orbán is Rod Dreher. A reader defends Rod:I’ve generally agreed with most of your recent output and was pleasantly surprised to read your more-than-lukewarm enthusiasm for a DeSantis administration.  However, I think you’re being rather unfair on Twitter to Rod Dreher regarding Orbán and Hungary. First of all, you and Rod clearly agree that the current level of immigration to the US (and the West more generally) is unsustainably high, and that continuing to bring ever larger numbers of culturally, racially, and religiously diverse groups of primarily economic migrants into any country is bound to increase social tension and strain social safety nets. You also agree that this is especially reckless under a regnant elite ideology that constantly denigrates Western cultural traditions, antagonizing the native-born white population while simultaneously promoting the importance of group identity and solidarity for non-whites. It’s a recipe for civilizational suicide.I get that Rod is enamored with Orbán and wants an American president somewhat in that vein, but it’s ridiculous to say that he thinks everything that Orbán does for Hungary will translate well for the US or that he would support every analogous policy here. Rod explicitly denies thinking that in almost every post he writes about Orbán. In addition, Rod is right that racial issues are completely different in the US and Hungary. An ethnically homogeneous country like Hungary that seeks to restrict immigration levels in order to preserve its national character will necessarily exclude most foreign-born members of other racial groups from citizenship. White European countries that do this (and are explicit about their motivations for doing this) should not be held to a different standard than non-white, non-European countries such as Japan that do this (and are also explicit about their motivations for doing this). It is perfectly reasonable for Hungarians to look at the recent experience of Western Europe and decide that they don’t want to establish another Molenbeek in suburban Budapest. Excluding prospective immigrants for any reason is in no way comparable to committing atrocities against long-resident minority populations like the ongoing Uyghur genocide in China.Furthermore, the meat of the argument Orbán makes surrounding his objectionable Camp of the Saints reference reads to me as in the same vein as Douglas Murray’s thesis in his masterful anti-Merkelian philippic The Strange Death of Europe, the main difference being that Murray’s perspective is that of the tragic observer, while Orbán obviously has the ability to devise government policies in line with his views. And Murray was on your podcast recently.In this speech, Orbán, like Murray, is not primarily attacking the migrants themselves, but rather the European political class that constantly ignores its constituents’ wishes on the matter of immigration levels and sources, and that will not be satisfied until every EU country “diversifies” itself by accepting large numbers of Third World migrants. The same could almost be said about Raspail’s book, The Camp of the Saints, which, despite its disgustingness, provides a useful indictment of a decadent and self-loathing Western elite that is unwilling to fight to preserve its cultural heritage. Indeed, Murray, Orbán, and Raspail would essentially all endorse the same policy outcome (complete moratorium, or at least severe restriction, of non-European immigration) for essentially the same reason (desire to preserve historic character and culture of their societies). They only really differ in their level of empathy for the non-European migrants, with Murray capable of recognizing their individual humanity, Orbán treating them more as an impersonal force of nature to be repelled, and Raspail viewing them with racist contempt as a demonic horde who the last “heroes” of the West will die fighting against. None of them view chronic Third World immiseration as the West’s problem to solve, least of all by allowing the impoverished masses to indefinitely relocate to Europe.The Covid era showed that Western countries do indeed have the means to control their borders when necessary. But their ruling classes do not think that voters’ preferences for less immigration — tainted as they must be by ignorance, “xenophobia” and “racism” — are a good enough reason to actually enforce their laws. And even restrictionist-leaning administrations have trouble following through with policies that inevitably appear heartless towards those who seek shelter in the West, because each individual migrant often has a generally sympathetic story and by himself wouldn’t pose a great burden on the receiving society. Yet unfortunately the annual influx of millions of these individuals does strain Western countries, and sometimes tough choices must be made. It seems like an unfortunate reality that it takes someone who is otherwise unpalatable like Orbán to actually enforce immigration restrictions these days. I know I’d vastly prefer someone clear-eyed (even cold-hearted) and competent like him in charge of our southern border over Biden or even Trump.Lastly, it’s one thing to criticize Orbán for the specific comments he made in the speech, but your continuing guilt-by-association smears of Rod are just lazy. I could analogously indict you on the same topic — not for anything you’ve specifically said or written, but that, say, “I heard Andrew Sullivan did a friendly podcast with Ann Coulter where he largely agreed with her about our current immigration issues… In a recent article she wrote ‘(insert egregiously inflammatory sentence stripped of any context)’… Coulter also endorsed articles that were published on the website of an SPLC-certified hate group… Ergo Andrew Sullivan endorses white nationalism.” On his blog, Rod clearly and repeatedly says he disagrees with the anti-“race-mixing” language, especially as applied to America and other multiracial societies, and admits that The Camp of the Saints is a racist novel that shouldn’t be praised the way Orbán did. But those demerits don’t invalidate Orbán’s main argument. He can be “racist” by American standards and still right about the overall immigration strategy that is best for Hungary.I know you despise Orbán, and Rod rankles you with some of his posts that deploy a knee-jerk “think of the children” outrage regarding gay and trans news. But you’re better than stooping to insinuations of racism against him personally, especially when you’re pretty much on the same page regarding the challenges that mass immigration poses for the West. Not sure if it’s something you could hash out with him on a podcast or if tensions are too high, but it could be productive for both of you. Thanks for these comments, which I don’t disagree with much. I haven’t called Rod a racist, and don’t think he is. The trouble for me lies less in his defense of Orbanism than of Orbán himself — to the point of becoming a near p.r. spokesman for this authoritarian. The only moment I have actually called Rod out was when he insinuated without evidence that a gay man with monkeypox may have raped a toddler to explain why the kid came down with the disease. Rod withdrew the remark. It’s also perplexing that he shares my disgust at Camp of the Saints but finds nothing significant in Orbán’s belief that the book is “outstanding.” At some point, the rationalization has to stop. Another reader wants me to be less productive with Rod:Please, please, Andrew! Do an old-fashioned fisking already! Dreher is totally unhinged! For example: I’m not saying gays are Nazis, but …Or pick any of his recent articles. Twenty bullet points for defending the “race mixing” comment! Gays didn’t exist forever before Diaghilev! Libraries are groomers! They are so so far beyond. And if you try to comment, you are deleted or told you are doing “whataboutism.”Best not to use the term “fisking” around Rod. From a reader who loves pluralism and cultural diversity:I have trouble understanding why people in the US have trouble with newcomers.  Maybe because my dad and maternal grandparents were immigrants, I have a closer view. In my 76 years, I can’t even begin to tell you what I have learned from folks who are NOT like me: black people, immigrants from a whole lot of places in the world, plus their children. I think people who are afraid of being “replaced” have to have some deep-seated insecurity that I don’t understand. For Tucker Carlson to spout the garbage that he does to get ratings is just scary to me, because it seems to help unleash the worst in people. And believe me, it’s not just a color divide. My Polish dad and Italian mom were subject to all kinds of discrimination and harassment, but it was much easier for them to assimilate because they were white and certainly much easier for their children. My life is so much fuller because not everyone I know and care about looks, acts, or thinks the same. Including you!I’ve long lived in highly diverse places and love it. But I’m not a typical human being, and the desire to live among “people like you” is so deeply ingrained in human nature it deserves respect in public policy. I’m pro-immigrant, but the pace and scale of migration right now is far beyond what a country needs to retain a sense of itself, its history and identity. We’re at a century-high peak of immigration; and we could do with a respite for cultural and social cohesion. “A long-time subscriber, first-time correspondent” has some guest recommendations for the Dishcast: One theme I’ve particularly enjoyed on your podcast is faith and secularism in the contemporary world. I’m writing to suggest several thinkers who could bring a lot to that discussion.First is the eminent philosopher Charles Taylor, the most important living Canadian intellectual. While he’s contributed to many branches of thought, his book A Secular Age transformed the study of religious faith in the modern world. He’s also interested in the concept of multiculturalism and has stood up against efforts in Quebec to stop Muslim women from wearing the hijab. His political stance is more communitarian than liberal, though, and he’s had fascinating dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and other thinkers.Another suggestion is the Anglican theologian and philosopher John Milbank. As a founder of the Radical Orthodoxy movement, he’s taken on liberalism more directly, but I think the two of you could have a very constructive conversation about it. He would also have really interesting — and maybe provocative — things to say about continental philosophy (he has coauthored books with Slavoj Žižek!), Brexit, and the future of Western political systems.Finally, I’d recommend the Protestant theologian James (Jamie) K. A. Smith, a philosophy professor at Calvin University. He’s written many books on Christianity in the contemporary world, drawing especially on postmodern philosophy. He is particularly interested in how Christian intellectuals can engage with contemporary art and literature, and is editor-in-chief of the journal Image.I actually read A Secular Age in its entirety a couple of years ago. It’s magisterial but bloated: two words I’m not sure work on a podcast. But thanks for the other suggestions. Next up, a reader with some personal advice:I wanted to tell you something based upon a comment you made discussing your testosterone shots. Get Biote pellets. I did, and I don’t have the ups and downs. You get them put in every 4-6 months, depending on how active you are with exercise and sex. I work out every day, so I get them replaced at the 4-month mark. It’s also referred to as hormone replacement therapy. I used to use the cream daily, but I felt like s**t every morning until I put the cream on again. I have no ups and downs now, and my levels stay around 1,200. You can do less if you want, but man, I feel great for months at a time and it’s not that expensive. One more reader:You linked to an interesting piece by Lisa Selin Davis with the teaser, “What if ‘life-saving care’ for trans kids is really more about cosmetic passing?” Yes, it does seem like transitioning is mostly cosmetic. I wonder if trans advocates would support men who want to take testosterone for bodybuilding. What about professional sports, to get a competitive edge? What about Olympic sports? Any thoughts?I’m not against adult men using steroids to get bigger and hotter. Au contraire. I’m not against trans adults using any safe, pharmaceutical methods to “pass” more easily. I’m against using these very powerful substance on children without extremely careful vetting and an expansive mental health assessment. Yes, transing them before puberty could make them more likely to pass as adults — but I don’t believe most are mature enough to make that kind of decision at that age, especially when it may guarantee them sterility and, in some cases, an inability to experience orgasm ever. Keep the dissents and other comments coming: dish@andrewsullivan.com. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

Science & Technology - Voice of America
More Female Sea Turtles a Result of Florida's Hot Summers - August 05, 2022

Science & Technology - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 3:34


Today's Top Tune
De Lux: ‘New Summers'

Today's Top Tune

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 4:50


Once again it's Friday, and what better way to celebrate than with LA's own dancemakers De Lux?  “‘New Summers' refers to a life change,” the band says. “The post effects of a childhood home being sold. There was a distinct nostalgic feeling with this home in the summer. Swimming, family gatherings, ice cream trucks, hot concrete and skating. With the house gone, ‘New Summers' music paints the picture of the vibrant summers that once were, but the lyrics highlight the darker and sadder tones of having to accept the loss and fading of old times,” all in an upbeat happy way. 

Jeff and Julie move to France (during a global pandemic)
Frespech, try and say that fast five times.

Jeff and Julie move to France (during a global pandemic)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 34:47


Summers in France are alive. On today's podcast we take in the Penne Art Show, and a cool Peasants Market in Frespech.

The Readerly Report
Book Recommendations For Your Summer Vacation

The Readerly Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 42:34


In this episode, Nicole and Gayle, after a short summer break, return with some summer books. They have chosen these page-turners especially to be read in the summertime as it is when most of us have more time to binge-read some books. As always you can find below the whole booklist they run through during the episode: Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus | https://amzn.to/3zeGeaM (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780385547345 (Bookshop) True Biz by Sara Novic | https://amzn.to/3RYTqsK (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780593241509 (Bookshop) Sorrow and Bliss by Meg Mason | https://amzn.to/3zbaa7t (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780063049581 (Bookshop) 28 Summers by Elin Hildebrand | https://amzn.to/3AJYlEE (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780316420044 (Bookshop) The Passenger by Lisa Lutz | https://amzn.to/3vjDgjQ (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9781451686647 (Bookshop) Evvie Drake Starts Over by Linda Holmes | https://amzn.to/2Uf9eyu (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780525619260 (Bookshop) The 7 1/2 Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton | https://amzn.to/3cL4GsO (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9781492670124 (Bookshop) Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn | https://amzn.to/3PH0Y1U (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780307588371 (Bookshop) In the Woods by Tana French | https://amzn.to/3BmPmg1 (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780143113492 (Bookshop) The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary | https://amzn.to/3sh3pgG (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9781250295637 (Bookshop) Black Rabbit Hall by Eve Chase | https://amzn.to/3Buzjg6 (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9781101983157 (Bookshop) Seating Arrangements by Maggie Shipstead | https://amzn.to/3bgNMBH (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780307743954 (Bookshop) Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney | https://amzn.to/3bcdDuK (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9781250144850 (Bookshop) Girls in White Dresses by Jennifer Close | https://amzn.to/3CMuJrZ (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780307743695 (Bookshop) Me Before You by Jojo Moyes | https://amzn.to/3ySQvIo (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780143124542 (Bookshop) Labor Day by Joyce Maynard | https://amzn.to/3zeOIi8 (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780061843419 (Bookshop) Too Good To Be True by Carola Lovering | https://amzn.to/2X9GacQ (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9781250271372 (Bookshop) The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hildebrand | https://amzn.to/39B6p26 (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780316258678 (Bookshop) Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid | https://amzn.to/3oACHP4 (Amazon) | https://bookshop.org/a/2143/9780593158685 (Bookshop)

Fully Restored Podcast
Episode 86 - Lessons on Change

Fully Restored Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 11:01


Join Kristin in her Summer Devotion Series. Summers are busy, filled with many events, vacations and more. Kristin wanted to stay connected with you, but also honor what the summer season represents for each of us. Full lives! Each week, join Kristin for a few minutes and may you be encouraged by her stories. For more information, please visit our website at: www.FullyRestored.Love 

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast
The Harden Trade: Summers of Sam Vol. 2

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 102:07 Very Popular


Andrew Schlecht and Alex Speers discuss the 2011-2013 off-seasons for the Thunder and give a grade for each, including the Harden trade and more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Explain This Comics Guys
The Summers Family Part 3

Explain This Comics Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 51:13


Show is up late due to gencon shenanigans Please support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/ExplainThis_ComicsGuys   Music By: Kevin O'Reilly kevormusic.com

Dads on Dayquill
Episode 106-Dryer than a muskrat's knuckle pocket

Dads on Dayquill

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 59:57


Happy Hump Day. The Dads are once again ready to please. We got Dad stories to kick it off, as always. A little more sharks talk to cap off shark week 2022. Channel D News that includes a crazy woman setting fire to the wrong house, war bonds, monsoonal activity and a whale breach. Dads recap going back to school for our kids and reminisce about the Summers of our childhood. Lastly, we talk and announce the winners of our July Merch contest. Congrats big boys. Get at us when you hear the episode. We hope you enjoyed it. Share the Dads like you share tik toks people. See you next week. Dads out.   DadsonDayquill - Listen on YouTube, Spotify - Linktree

Otis Brown's Podcast
My Last 20 Summers In The Sierra: aka Happy Anniversary To Me

Otis Brown's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 7:37


Just a few thoughts on defending my doctoral dissertation twenty years ago today.Dedicated to the memory of Michael T. "Timo" Gilmore

The Limitless Mother Podcast
EP 241: Summer of Abundance: What I Learned About Making Money Over the Summer

The Limitless Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 51:17


YAY!  The first installment in our Summer of Abundance series is HERE! I have frequently celebrated my biggest cash months while taking a ton of time off over the summer.  This is no coincidence. I believe that how we do summer is how we do life as a mother and business owner. So come and join me today while I take you back to the pivotal summers of 2018 and 2019 and describe how they shaped both my mindset and my business forever, setting me up for more ease, more freedom and more abundance. Summers have been the times of the deepest joy and deepest learnings for me and I want to bring some of those most fundamental lessons to you today, so that you can integrate them into your mindset, life and business. I want to set you up for your own Summer of Abundance. Catch the show notes here: https://corijavid.com/podcasts/makingmoneyoverthesummer Check out the incredible offers I am sharing from my sunlounger to yours right here corijavid.com/sunloungersale Ready to save your space in the Autumn Cohort of the Elevated Abundance Mastermind and lock in the current prices?  Sign up to the waitlist NOW here: https://corijavid.com/elevate 

A-Sides
Episode 98 - Shane Tassart of The Hot Summers

A-Sides

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:02


Nearing the 100th episode of A-Sides, this episode features returning guest, Shane Tassart. He not only shares the details about the recording of the long-awaited debut album from The Hot Summers, but also delves into a few stories from his past about interacting with Gene Simmons, the brotherhood he shares with fellow songwriters Denny Smith and Mick Sweda, and possibly busts the myth about KISS' blood being used in a comic book! You can follow The Hot Summers on Facebook and find their music on your favorite streaming service. Huge thank you to Shane Tassart for making his second appearance on A-Sides and a big thanks to everyone who listens!

The ARK of E Podcast
2X2 Retro Reviews - S3E4 : Action Jackson X 21 Bridges

The ARK of E Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 131:59


The Blanchard Brothers are Back! After an extended Summer Vacay Gav and I have returned to The ARK for a Special Patreon Summer Series / 2X2 Crossover Event, Welcome to Summers in the ER... After you listen to this kick-off episode be sure to head over to our PATREON : www.patreon.com/thearkofe and subscribe at the $5 Tier to gain access to this Exclusive Series. You'll still be getting twice the Main Feed 2X2 Goodness for July & August; but if YOU wanna come along for the whole journey, rewatch some classic TV, and support your humble independent podcasters while doing it, on PATREON & Subscribed to The ARK of E is the place to be! Intro / Outro ("Shifters (Alt Ext)" by nARK) Send Feedback : thearkofe@gmail.com

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Green Bay Packers linebacker Ty Summers on Bible studies, Lambeau Field and being an ambassador for Christ

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 34:26 Very Popular


Ty Summers is a linebacker with the Packers. He was selected in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft by Green Bay (226th overall) and has found himself as a core special teams player in the NFL.  In college at TCU, Summers received second team All-Big 12 honors in 2016 and honorable mention All-Big 12 honors in 2017 and 2018. He was selected as the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week and Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week after finishing with a career-high 23 tackles (seven solo) in a 28-21 double-overtime victory vs. Baylor on November 27, 2017. He was named one of the TCU Fellowship of Christian Athletes Bob Lilly Athletes of the Year award recipients for the 2017-18 academic year. Today on the podcast, we talk to Ty about growing up a Dallas Cowboys fan, being a perfectionist, leading Bible studies and the importance of taming your tongue.  Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here. 

ComicBook Nation
The Future Of The MCU, Harley Quinn Season 3, Summers Slam preview + More! (Episode 4x30)

ComicBook Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 87:32


Today on Comicbook Nation, we are talking about the future of the MCU with Kevin Feige now that phase 5 and some of phase 6 have been revealed at Comic-Con, we're reviewing season 3 of Harley Quinn, and talking Summer Slam Prediction! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Books with Brookes
July 2022 Book Club: 28 Summers by Elin Hilderbrand

Books with Brookes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 38:07


Beth joins Brookes for a lively discussion on morality, integrity and true love after reading 28 Summers by Elin Hilderbrand. Hilderbrand is the queen of summer romance and she delivers with this romp of a tale. For sponsorship plans and more information, please email: admin@pressplaypodcasts.com | www.pressplaypodcasts.com

SO YOU DID A THING
SYDAT #058 w/ Jesse Summers (Love Fiend)

SO YOU DID A THING

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 59:08


I had Jesse Summers on to discuss the Love Fiend song, "Rock n Roll Pizza Man", which premieres in this very episode. (Theme song by Honor Nezzo)

Fully Restored Podcast
Episode 85 - Lessons from ICU

Fully Restored Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 9:50


Join Kristin in her Summer Devotion Series. Summers are busy, filled with many events, vacations and more. Kristin wanted to stay connected with you, but also honor what the summer season represents for each of us. Full lives! Each week, join Kristin for a few minutes and may you be encouraged by her stories. For more information, please visit our website at: www.FullyRestored.Love 

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast
Chip Engelland to OKC + Summers of Sam Part 1

Down to Dunk OKC Thunder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 80:04 Very Popular


Andrew Schlecht and Alex Speers discuss the Thunder adding Chip Engelland and how it could impact the roster, and then give offseason grades for 07, 08, 09 for the Thunder Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Yacht Boy Summers

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 37:26


Hour 3 of Tuesday's A&G: Tim Sandefur talks to A&G about dismantling the nanny state. A follow up to curing resting bitch face. Pelosi, Taiwan, and China. The Choco Taco is no more.What is Yacht Rock? Why does it cost $4000 to see Bruce Springsteen? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Barrel to Bottle, The Binny's Podcast
Barrel to Bottle: Sorel Liqueur Founder Jack Summers

Barrel to Bottle, The Binny's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 41:06


Jack Summers is the founder of Jack From Brooklyn and Sorel Liqueur. He's the first African-American man, after prohibition, to be granted a license to produce liquor in America. People have been drinking hibiscus flower tea for centuries. He's the first to bottle Sorel, a hibsicus-based liqueur.  If you have a question for the Barrel to Bottle Crew, email us at comments@binnys.com, or reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. If we answer your question during a podcast, you'll get a $20 Binny's Gift Card! If you like our podcast, subscribe wherever you download podcasts. Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts.

Voice Acting with Veronica Barrera
153. Voice Actress and Founder Christy Summers Part 2

Voice Acting with Veronica Barrera

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 26:28


On this week's episode, we have on Voice Actress and Founder of Daytime Hero Christy Summers. With over 20 years of of corporate and small business experience with a Business Degree an MBA in Management, she wants to help voice actors succeed. We talk about how amazing Linkedin is, what a CRM is, Email Marketing blasts, and so much more! This is the amazing conclusion to this series. Check out her links below, for more information: https://www.daytimehero.co/ https://www.christysummersvo.com/ Facebook Podcast group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/631972061329300  Instagram Podcast: @voiceactingwithvb  We now have a shop on Tee Public and we have shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags, notebooks, mugs, masks and so on. Check out the website and get some fun merch! Thanks so much for listening! http://tee.pub/lic/HzUIT6hAiRM  If you want a The Voice Straw check out these affiliate links. Thanks! https://voicestraw.com/?ref=ctQaTgfR https://voicestraw.com/discount/VERONICABARRERA?ref=ctQaTgfR

Armstrong and Getty
Yacht Boy Summers

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 37:34 Very Popular


Hour 3 of Tuesday's A&G: Tim Sandefur talks to A&G about dismantling the nanny state. A follow up to curing resting bitch face. Pelosi, Taiwan, and China. The Choco Taco is no more.What is Yacht Rock? Why does it cost $4000 to see Bruce Springsteen?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Snacky Tunes
Jackie Summers (Sorel Liqueur) & Glassio

Snacky Tunes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 74:09


We sip some Sorel with its microdistiller Jackie Summers, who is also the chief executive officer of Jack from Brooklyn. We chat about his family's journey from the Caribbean to Harlem, his deep love for Red Drink and the long, winding road to success for his award winning liqueur brand.  Then we head into the archives for a classic, dancey performance from Brooklyn's Glassio.Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon), is now on shelves at bookstores around the world. It features 77 of the world's top chefs who share personal stories of how music has been an important, integral force in their lives. The chefs also give personal recipes and curated playlists too. It's an anthology of memories, meals and mixtapes. Pick up your copy by ordering directly from Phaidon, or by visiting your local independent bookstore. Visit our site, www.snackytunes.com for more info.HRN is home to transformative exchanges about food. Our 35+ member-supported food podcasts empower eaters to cultivate a radically better world. This month, we're asking you to join us. Become a monthly sustaining member at heritageradionetwork.org/donate.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Snacky Tunes by becoming a member!Snacky Tunes is Powered by Simplecast.

POLITICO's Nerdcast
He was right about inflation. Biden wasn't. Larry Summers on what's coming next

POLITICO's Nerdcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 40:28 Very Popular


Ryan caught up with the former treasury secretary — and thorn in the side of Biden White House economists — Larry Summers on the sidelines of the Aspen Security Forum for a wide-ranging interview about last 18 months of economic debates, why so many policymakers got the inflation debate wrong, what Summers thinks about Joe Manchin blowing up Build Back Better over inflation concerns, what Biden — and Pelosi — are getting wrong in their approach to China, and why we are almost certainly headed into a painful recession. Ryan Lizza is a Playbook co-author for POLITICO. Larry Summers is the former U.S. treasury secretary. Afra Abdullah is an associate producer for POLITICO audio. Kara Tabor is a producer for POLITICO audio. Brook Hayes is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Adam Allington is senior producer for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is executive producer for POLITICO audio.