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Bleav in LA Sports Business with Fred Wallin
Fred Wallin and Art Sorce discuss the gamut of the sports world from Monday's NFL to TNF, to the NBA suspending owner Robert Sarver to the AL MVP

Bleav in LA Sports Business with Fred Wallin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 24:47


Fred Wallin and Art Sorce discuss the gamut of the sports world from Monday's NFL to TNF, to the NBA suspending owner Robert Sarver to the AL MVP

The Believe in Your Dog Podcast
Suspending Absences with Jane Wolff

The Believe in Your Dog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 50:00 Very Popular


If you've spent a lot of time in the separation anxiety training space, you've probably heard the term “suspending absences.” And if you're particularly astute, you've figured out what that means: You essentially stop leaving your dog home alone. In this episode of the Believe in Your Dog Podcast, I'm taking a deep dive with my colleague Jane Wolff of Good Wolff on the subject. And like most things related to separation anxiety, it's nuanced. It requires you to get curious about your individual dog and their needs. It requires you to be flexible. It requires you to observe and collect data. It requires you to reach out to your community for support. And it's more than just bringing your dog to daycare. You'll learn: How exactly we define it (hint: it doesn't mean you can't ever be separated from your dog)Why it is such a critical part of separation anxiety recoveryWhy it is a requirement to join our programWhat about emergencies?Creative ways to achieve this seemingly insurmountable taskHow to handle absence suspension for dogs who are attached to one key figureJane's personal experience with absence suspension and her separation anxiety dogsAnd more!!!Resources mentioned in this episode:The Secret Sauce to Separation Anxiety Success: Suspending AbsencesSchedule a Complimentary Call with Jane Wolff, CTC, CSATIs Doggy Daycare Right for Your Dog? By Wag the Dog and CompanyChoosing a Doggy Daycare by Wag the Dog and CompanyCrowdsourcing Alone Time AlternativesSuspending Absences: Not just doable. It's being done!

The Government Contracts Legal Round-Up
The Government Contracts Legal Round-Up | Episode 26

The Government Contracts Legal Round-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 8:23


In Episode 26 of the Government Contracts Legal Round-Up, Partner David B. Robbins leverages his experience as a former acting Suspending and Debarring Official for the US Air Force to provide insights into Senators Warren and Lujan's recent request regarding the Department of Justice's use of its debarment authority. He also explains the implications of the latest of a dense line of decisions interpreting FOIA Exemption 4, and significant bid protest and claims cases.

Forging Ploughshares
Suspending the Oppression of Culture

Forging Ploughshares

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 67:30


Jim, Janice, Matt, David, and Paul discuss how gender, race, ethnicity, or simply language can become and oppressive tool of the culture or of the symbolic order and how the Christian community is defined by its suspension of this cultural oppression. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.

The John Batchelor Show
#Oceania: #Solomons: #Australia: #PRC: Suspending democracy 2023. Cleo Paskal, FDD

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 14:05


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Oceania: #Solomons: #Australia: #PRC: Suspending democracy 2023. Cleo Paskal, FDD https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/news/right-vote-snatched-solomon-islanders-prc-backed-pm https://apnews.com/article/new-zealand-world-war-ii-solomon-islands-e388d59fb558f24df056df544f4d6b52

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Mike's Minute: Labour's handling of Sharma saga has been atrocious

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 1:48


So we now see in the battle of cock ups that poor old Labour has been completely outplayed. National have a mess, they hire a QC, and announce the inquiry. Job done. Labour gaslight the bejesus out of the troublemaker, say they are having a meeting, hold a secret meeting the night before, deny the secret meeting, until the secret meeting has a photo taken and then "accidentally" sent to Gaurav Sharma as proof, at which point they have to confess there was a meeting, and it just happens Sharma was the only one not there. And as for the “accidentally" released photo. A screenshot is an accident, forwarding it to the bloke you are about to knife isn't an accident, it's deliberate. It's called a leak. Which means the caucus isn't as tight as the Prime Minister would have us believe. In fact, very little these days is the way the Prime Minister would have us believe. In the grand scheme of things, they are the big losers here. Sharma, on balance, looks like the more innocent party and suspending him achieves nothing. Suspending people is sensible if the person has made a mistake and wants to repent. I don't think Sharma wants to repent. Does he sound like a bloke who wants to repent? This is bad enough, but it's made worse by the exposure of the Labour Party who made so much of the honest, transparent, and kindness nonsense that has blown up so badly in their faces. They are Machiavellian, fundamentally dishonest, and about as shallow as a puddle. The polls show it, led by their leader now at record lows in personal popularity. All parties have trouble and a party with a large caucus was always going to have some kind of trouble, if not several episodes of trouble, in this three-year term. But like all the other stuff they've cocked up from the economy, to Three Waters, to co-governance, the list is now bordering on endless, they have taken a rogue MP and made it a mile worse than it ever had to be, by yet again not understanding that honesty counts and transparency works.  Pretending you are something you are not will always get exposed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Canterbury Mornings with Chris Lynch
John MacDonald: Jacinda Ardern - the part-time DJ dancing on a pin

Canterbury Mornings with Chris Lynch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 4:14


We know Jacinda Ardern likes to do a bit of DJing in her spare time, but yesterday, she was the one doing the dancing for a change. And it wasn't on the dancefloor - it was on the head of a pin. It was all to do with the announcement that the Labour Party caucus had voted unanimously to suspend MP Gaurav Sharma after he went rogue, slagging off his Labour colleagues in Facebook posts about the length of your average PhD thesis and in an article on nzherald.co.nz. So the Prime Minister came out at about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and announced that because of what Sharma had done, his caucus colleagues felt they couldn't trust him anymore and so they wanted him out. Suspending him from Caucus for the rest of the year. He's still a Labour MP - he's just not welcome at Caucus. That may change if he pulls his head in and the Prime Minister said yesterday there'd be a review of things on that front in December. She also said that if he keeps being a pain in the backside for the party (my words, not hers), if he keeps up with his antics, then the Party may look at further action. So that part of it is all understandable. But where it got weird, was the lengths Jacinda Ardern went to, to try and explain away the so-called “secret” caucus meeting that happened ahead of yesterday's “official” caucus meeting. Sharma himself found out about it when someone in the caucus apparently pressed a few wrong buttons on the laptop and mistakenly sent him a screenshot of caucus members having a chinwag online on Monday night. The way Jacinda Ardern explained it yesterday was that it wasn't an “official” caucus meeting because not every caucus member was invited. All but one were invited - Sharma was the one left off the invite list. The PM said yesterday that was because Labour MPs felt they couldn't trust Sharma and, therefore, couldn't speak freely and frankly if he was involved. But for Jacinda Ardern to say that it wasn't a caucus meeting because one of its MPs wasn't invited is like having a family gathering and not inviting one of the cousins, for example, because everyone's sick of hearing about their conspiracy theories - and then saying it's not actually a family gathering because one of the cuzzies wasn't invited. They're weasel words and I think that's being generous. And, for me, demonstrates why I think the National Party - so far, anyway - has done a much better job handling the Sam Uffindell issue, than Labour has done with the Gaurav Sharma issue. The first reason I would give for Labour not doing as well as National, is the fact that Jacinda Ardern knew about the Sharma thing way before he went rogue on social media and long before he wrote the opinion article for the New Zealand Herald last week. So that's a failure on her part. In contrast to National leader Christopher Luxon who, if we're to believe what we've been told, didn't know about the Uffindell thing until it was blowing up in the media. So Ardern had time to be better-prepared. Luxon didn't. But he still did a better job - in my view, anyway. Another reason why I think National's response last week was better than Labour's response this week, is the way Luxon handed the whole thing over to a QC for an independent inquiry. What Labour has done is keep it all in-house - within the caucus - and has effectively told everyone what to say and do and I think because of that, Uffindell is going to be treated a lot fairer than Sharma. The Labour Party has been judge and jury. The National Party has stayed right out of it, and is letting the independent inquiry currently being done by Maria Dew QC guide its thinking. Of course, that is a much fairer way of handling it than doing what Labour has done and let its MPs handle it from the get-go. Because, despite what the Prime Minister says, those Labour MPs won't be giving two hoots about natural justice - they're just brassed-off with Sharma and they want to make him pay for what he's done. And they're making him pay by suspending him from Caucus with the threat of further action if he doesn't pull his head in. Which is why, if we were dishing out a prize for the party that's handled issues with its MPs the best over the past couple of weeks, I'd give it to the National Party over the Labour Party.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and Jay Town discuss DeSantis suspending a FL U.S. Attorney, whether the Jan. 6th Committee could do anything about Trump allegedly flushing documents down the toilet, an entire police force disbanded in AL over a racist text, and Britany Griner's s

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:15


Polity.org.za Audio Articles
Phala Phala: No conflict of interest in suspending Public Protector, Ramaphosa's counsel tells court

Polity.org.za Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 2:41


President Cyril Ramaphosa didn't risk a conflict of interest in the investigation into the alleged cover-up of a theft at his Phala Phala game farm when he suspended impeached Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, the Western Cape High Court has heard. This was the argument of his counsel, advocate Karrisha Pillay, SC, on Tuesday during Mkhwebane's application to have her suspension declared unlawful and to scupper the parliamentary removal process against her. On Monday, Mkhwebane's counsel, advocate Dali Mpofu, SC, argued that the Public Protector was investigating six cases against Ramaphosa – including the Phala Phala saga – and that it constituted a conflict of interest that precluded Ramaphosa from suspending her. He said the suspension came days after she started an investigation into the Phala Phala theft. But, according to Pillay, in terms of Section 96 of the Constitution, the risk of a conflict exists if the president derives a private benefit from exercising an official duty. She said the only one of the cases involving Ramaphosa's personal interests was the Phala Phala matter. She also pointed out that the Public Protector Act required the Deputy Public Protector to fulfil the functions of the Public Protector in the event that she became unable to do so. Acting Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka stated that the office's investigations would continue, the court heard. "There is no suggestion the Acting Public Protector won't execute her duties," Pillay added. In those circumstances, the risk of a conflict between the official duties and private interests didn't exist. According to Pillay, Ramaphosa also agreed to cooperate with the investigation. "There is no evidence before this court to contradict the president's statements," she added. Ramaphosa sent Mkwhebane a letter on 18 March, Pillay said, to ask her to give reasons why he shouldn't suspend her. "Many, many letters" between the two followed, which meant Mkhwebane was appraised of the fact that Ramaphosa was considering her suspension. Judge Matthew Francis, who is hearing the matter along with Judges Lister Nuku and Judge James Lekhuleni, said the Acting Public Protector's continuation of the investigation didn't mitigate the risk. But Pillay responded there was no risk because the president had no say in who the Acting Public Protector was. The hearing continues. The court is expected to hear Mpofu's response and argument from the Democratic Alliance's counsel.

Red Transmissions Podcast
Suspending Disbelief

Red Transmissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 54:09


Writer and Director Mark Von Henning combines poetry, languages, music, and what some call "magic" in immersive experiences that allow his audiences to let go of scepticism and become involved in intricate plays. On this episode of Red Transmissions he shares his process and some key discoveries that allowed him to build a unique voice and style in the world of performing arts. Listen to this and previous episodes at https://redtransmissions.libsyn.com/

Engineering News Online Audio Articles
Business outlines 10-point plan for unlocking 15 GW of new electricity capacity

Engineering News Online Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 3:05


Business Unity South Africa (Busa) has outlined a set of ten interventions that it believes could unlock much-needed investment into new generation and storage capacity over the coming two years and should be included as part of President Cyril Ramaphosa's comprehensive plan for tackling load-shedding, which is expected to be unveiled soon. The Busa intervention envisages the introduction of 15 GW of additional generation capacity, together with 4 GW of battery storage, over a 24-month period. The organisation calculates that 3 GW of that will be supplied by Eskom, while a further 3.5 GW will arise from ongoing procurement programmes and as a result of policy reforms. Busa believes the 9 GW balance, which would involve investments of about R170-billion, could be unlocked through the following interventions: Resolving embedded generation registration and licensing issues, and accelerating the time it takes to get applications approved; Unblocking red tape constraining private sector investment in generation capacity; Removing caps on registering self-generation projects; Suspending local-content rules until the energy crisis has been averted; Increasing the regularity and size of rounds for renewable energy procured through the Independent Power Producer Office; Establishing an emergency feed-in tariff framework to enable Eskom to buy power from existing generators; Resolving bottlenecks in the transmission infrastructure to unlock additional generation capacity; Developing a unified and scalable wheeling framework; Developing a public-private transmission partnership framework to speed up build times; and Urgently addressing sabotage at Eskom, and the theft of copper cables. “We hope that the President's announcement will provide a clear path, with deadlines, that demonstrate the urgency with which the proposed actions will be implemented,” CEO Cas Coovadia said in a statement. “Once it is announced, we would like to see a joint government and business working team configured and deployed to focus on delivering results against hard deadlines. “This includes working towards deliverables that are communicated regularly, both to the President and to the public,” Coovadia added. During the height of the Covid crisis business worked with government on a range of interventions, including the acquisition of vaccines, and Business for South Africa's (B4SA's) steering committee, which coordinated business' actions, has been re-mobilised as Busa's implementation arm. “Business is ready to intensify its participation and deploy its expertise, capacity and resources to support the President and assist government to stabilise the country's energy sector,” B4SA steering committee chair Martin Kingston said. “The sooner the conditions for investment are in place, the sooner the country will be able to unlock the funding needed,” Kingston added.

two inches off the ground for metaphysical topics
S2 E32 How To Admit You're Wrong | Suspending Judgement (Again)

two inches off the ground for metaphysical topics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 23:43


How did a fateful trip to Costco result in lessons of how to admit you're wrong and suspending judgement? Jennifer reveals her personal experience with her deceased mother, and how she re-examined her mother's life from a new perspective. How can we learn to admit when we're wrong? How can we learn to suspend judgement in a tough situation, especially with family?  NEW PODCAST for those with IBD & autoimmune disease: Ulcerative Colitis: Autoimmune Healing Journey (available everywhere) Thank you so much for this download! It would mean so much to me, if you would please give me a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. Here is MY WEBSITE and follow me @twoinchesofftheground

The John Batchelor Show
2/2: ClassicRichardEpstein: Fifth Amendment Takings Clause: 2/2: The constitutional trouble with suspending evictions. @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 6:20


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 2/2:  ClassicRichardEpstein:  Fifth Amendment Takings Clause: 2/2: The constitutional trouble with suspending evictions.  @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst https://www.hoover.org/research/eviction-moratorium-bends-both-facts-and-law

The John Batchelor Show
1/2: ClassicRichardEpstein: Fifth Amendment Takings Clause: 1/2: The constitutional trouble with suspending evictions. @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst (Posted May, 2021)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 14:20


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 1/2: ClassicRichardEpstein:  Fifth Amendment Takings Clause: 1/2: The constitutional trouble with suspending evictions.  @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst (Posted May, 2021) https://www.hoover.org/research/eviction-moratorium-bends-both-facts-and-law

Brandon Boxer
Steve Huffman - 5th District Ohio Senator - Biden Suspending The Gas Tax

Brandon Boxer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 8:43


Senator of Ohios 5th District Steve Huffman joins Brandon Boxer to talk about Biden suspending the gas tax for 3 months. Should Dewine end the state gas tax?

Chicks on the Right Podcast
Holcomb calls a special session in July. No word on suspending the state gas tax

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:39


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Todd Huff Show
Biden Requests That The Federal Gas Tax Be Suspended

Todd Huff Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:34


President Biden calls for Congress to freeze the federal gas tax for 90 days...just in time for the November midterms. The plan is to show that Biden and the Democrats are saving America. They want to frame the upcoming election as some external factor causing these problems but do not take responsibility for their failed policies. Suspending the gas tax is a political display of desperation.

The Todd Huff Radio Show
Biden Requests That The Federal Gas Tax Be Suspended

The Todd Huff Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:34


President Biden calls for Congress to freeze the federal gas tax for 90 days...just in time for the November midterms. The plan is to show that Biden and the Democrats are saving America. They want to frame the upcoming election as some external factor causing these problems but do not take responsibility for their failed policies. Suspending the gas tax is a political display of desperation.

The Boortz Report
The Boortz Report

The Boortz Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 2:13


Suspending the gas tax will NOT help the American peopleSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Todd Starnes Podcast
Suspending the federal gas tax won't address the core issue… and There's a war on reality when it comes to crime

The Todd Starnes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 122:11


South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to explain how the economic policies implemented by the Biden administration are hurting average Americans, and why he believes this will cost the Democrats in the midterms. Jimmy shares his thoughts on President Biden suspending the federal gas tax for three months, and whether this move is actually going to ease the pain people are feeling at the pump. Jep and Jase Robertson stop by to talk about their new Fox Nation show, “Duck Family Treasure”. PLUS, Fox News contributor and civil rights attorney Leo Terrell reacts to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon defending his progressive record. [00:00:00] Biden's gas tax holiday is just a gimmick [00:19:45] Senator Tim Scott [00:38:45] Democrats have tried to repurpose the events of Jan. 6th [00:57:15] Jep & Jase Robertson [01:15:40] Six cities are on pace to break their 2021 violent crime records [01:34:05] Leo Terrell     Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Financial Exchange Show
Will Suspending Federal Gas Tax Help Lower Prices? // Americans & Side Gigs - 6/22 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 40:39


(1:14) - The second hour begins with a discussion about whether a likely suspension of the federal gas tax can bring some relief to consumers at the pump.(12:37) - Ted Rossman from Bankrate joined the show to talk about Americans working more hours for side gigs in order to make ends meet.(22:15) - Weighing in on the forced labor law that will soon take effect and how companies are preparing for it.(34:09) - Stack roulette.

The Gee and Ursula Show
Hour 1: Suspending Gas and Diesel Taxes

The Gee and Ursula Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 31:38


TODAY'S TOP STORIES // Uvalde school massacre could have been stopped in three minutes, DPS says // WE NEED TO TALK about kids wearing radar backpacks in effort to get drivers to slow down in school zones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Black and White Sports Podcast
ESPN Host Linda Cohn SLAMS The NFL for NOT SUSPENDING Browns QB Deshaun Watson RIGHT NOW!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 7:52


ESPN Host Linda Cohn SLAMS The NFL for NOT SUSPENDING Browns QB Deshaun Watson RIGHT NOW!

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Heather du Plessis-Allan: Did we overreact with suspending the Murupara doctor?

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 2:11


If you cast your mind back a few months you might remember the case of the Murupara doctor who was suspended after asking public questions about the Pfizer jab.It's been revealed Bernard Conlon has now been given permission to go back to his practice.And it made me really reflect on whether it was the right decision to suspend him in the first place.It turns out that during the six months he was suspended, the community at one stage had no doctors – only a couple of nurses.These are some very isolated and poor communities: Murupara, Minginui and Ruatahuna.It turns out that while he might have some controversial views on the Covid jab, he is considered a good doctor.The local school principal Pem Bird reckons the doctor visits people at their homes after work in his own time and he's devoted to the community having worked there for 30 years.So was it the right decision?I don't think it was.I think we overreacted a lot during the pandemic when we booted midwives out of their jobs because they wouldn't get the jab or fired firefighters because they wouldn't get the jab.When actually I'd be more frightened of a house fire or a complication during birth than I am of Covid.Aren't you?What's worse?  A GP with dodgy vaccination advice, or an entire community of people with all the ailments they might have on a day to day basis in an isolated place like Murupara losing their doctor?And in the end we're all getting Covid anyway despite firing unvaccinated people from their jobs.I think we overreacted.  Don't you?

CTV Power Play Podcast
Power Play #1309: Gov't Suspending Some COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

CTV Power Play Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 47:18


Dominic LeBlanc, Intergovernmental Affairs Minister; Michael Barrett, Conservative MP; Taylor Bachrach, NDP MP; Vivian Motzfeldt, Greenlandic Foreign Affairs Minister; Bob Fife, the Globe and Mail; Fatima Syed, The Narwhal; Duncan Dee, Former Air Canada chief operating officer; and Dr. Katharine Smart, President of the Canadian Medical Association.

Surfacing Inclusive Leadership
PART II How Gun Control Could be Successfully Negotiated & How The Same Methods Will Work in Your Organization

Surfacing Inclusive Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 18:04


So in the last episode we learned that survival from a forest fire depended on thinking outside the box. Isn't a forest fire a good metaphor for where we are with gun safety? Is so, why aren't we coming up with innovative ways to address the issue? And what does the lack of action have to do with your business? Well, if you are looking for solutions in all the same places with the same people, the solutions will be limited. Suspending disbelief about finding solutions to turnover, manufacturing challenges or quality issues will help you get to better solutions. Approach these topics with an open mind. Start planning sessions with an openness to all ideas, not just yours and your favorite people. You will be pleasantly surprised by the ideas that get surfaced. One of those could be the answer.

CTV Power Play Podcast
Power Play #1307: Suspending Random COVID-19 Airport Testing

CTV Power Play Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 46:55


Taleeb Noormohamed, Liberal MP; Melissa Lantsman, Conservative MP; Taylor Bachrach, NDP MP; Joy Malbon, CTV News; Annie Bergeron-Oliver, CTV News; Greg MacEachern, Proof Strategies; Melanie Paradis, former director of communications for Erin O'Toole; Anne McGrath, NDP National Director; Greg Weston, Earnscliffe Strategies; Maj.-Gen. (Ret'd) David Fraser, CTV News' Military Analyst; Susan Delacourt, the Toronto Star; and Justin Ling, freelande reporter. Mélanie Joly, Foreign Affairs Minister (Live Media Scrum).  

TD Ameritrade Network
OPEC Exploring The Idea Of Suspending OPEC+ Supply Agreement With Russia

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 10:51


For now there doesn't seem to be any change with OPEC, says Matt Smith. He discusses how OPEC exploring the idea of suspending OPEC+ supply agreement with Russia. He talks about how oil prices fall ahead of OPEC+ meeting, highlighting RBOB Gasoline futures (/RB). He also goes over how there is a tighter cap between Brent Crude oil (/BZ) and WTI crude (/CL) prices. He then mentions the impact of inflation on energy prices. Tune in to find out more.

The Bridge
Will The PGA Tour Start Suspending Players?

The Bridge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 38:27


On today's episode of The Bridge presented by AdventHealth, Mike and Marc discuss: - Rangers-Lightning Game 1 - Dustin Johnson could face discilpine - Could the PGA Tour start suspending players? - SEC considers policing NIL

Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast
What We Think About, We Bring About: Orchestrating Opportunity with Peter McCoppin

Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 59:10


Psychological safety is so important because if we can create that sense of safety, it frees up our creativity, our imagination, our innovation. It allows us to test our assumptions and explore different ideas without fear of reprisal or judgment. And I think it's time for us to free up those energies and turn them into something with our guest, Peter McCoppin. Executive coach, keynote speaker, international orchestral conductor, and national host/broadcaster Peter McCoppin is here with us today to discuss how being emotionally available to those around us is a powerful tool for leading with questions and creating a compassionate environment. He also discusses how the neuroscience of the brain causes us to be drawn to those who are helpful, and how the helpers will rise to the top in times of trouble. Failure is a part of learning, and that by embracing this mindset, we can overcome difficulty and see the beauty in life's challenges. With that, let's jump right in and learn how to discover your life's purpose! [00:08 - 14:33] Opening Segment Cultures that embrace creative conflict are more successful than cultures that do not Allows for new and innovative ideas to be explored True leadership is not conspicuous, self-focused, or braggadocious It is instead characterized by service, humility, and a lack of ego Focusing on helping their team succeed, not themselves [14:34 - 25:52] Deeper Understanding of People Focusing on people and their non-verbal cues How technology has changed the way that people's interactions Filling the gaps in our lives with contemplation, learning, and wonder Humor is a key tool for finding meaning in difficult situations [25:52 - 41:04] The Age of Rising Up and Causing Disruption A story about how a skier's accident resulted to success in career How the feminine age is a time of change and disruption Leadership is being fully present Listen to understand, not to respond Leading with questions, not answers Suspending assumptions and judgment There is a place on the internet created to bring out our best impulses and our collective genius. Visit Goodness Exchange and get unlimited access to exclusive news and bonus content! [41:05 - 55:40] Leadership is all about asking great questions How do I know it's the truth? What if it weren't the truth? We talk about how leaders should possess openness and transparency Netflix CEO Reed Hastings' book, “No Rules Rule” Being emotionally available Having an open door policy The power of words Words can have a powerful impact on how we perceive reality [55:40 - 59:09] Closing Segment Peter shares some insight on how to find the best in every situation Final Words See links below to connect with Peter Resources Mentioned: No Rules Rule - Reed Hasting You can connect with Peter by visiting www.petermccoppin.com. Conspiracy of Goodness Links: The Goodness Exchange https://goodness-exchange.com/ The Goodness Exchange - Become a member! https://goodness-exchange.com/pricing/ Goodness Exchange Social Media Links: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/goodness_exchange/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/exchangegoodness Twitter https://twitter.com/goodnessxchange LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/goodness-exchange/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjBu-o4CG6V7PGq8QOANEg Quotes: “This dissatisfaction invites and compels innovation and creativity. It's a blessing.” - Peter McCoppin "The way the Internet is working in our minds and in our lives is to just draw attention to the shouting folks, whether they're on our team or not, in our way of thinking." - Peter McCoppin

COMMUNICATE LIKE A PRO
Stifled Communication: Suspending Instigator-Empathizer Conflict

COMMUNICATE LIKE A PRO

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 55:32


This episode covers PRO tools to use when you feel stifled by your co-communicator and ready to shut down or argue.

60-Second Civics Podcast
60-Second Civics: Episode 4595, Suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus: Abraham Lincoln and Executive Power, Part 9

60-Second Civics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 1:15


At the outset of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln suspended the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, which is a court order directing that a prisoner be brought to court before a judge to determine whether that prisoner???s detention is lawful. Learn more about the implications of this action today! Center for Civic Education

Selling the Sandler Way Podcast
How to Succeed at Suspending Your Disbelief

Selling the Sandler Way Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 26:29


Mike Montague interviews Aaron Montgomery on How to Succeed at Suspending Your Disbelief. Aaron wrote Suspend Your Belief to help others learn the importance that every experience is an opportunity to grow, learn, and share and that by sharing your knowledge you can help others on the way too. The book acts as a framework, a tool to help you think about your own life and the lessons you're gaining from it in real-time. Aaron shares his stories not just to teach you, but to help you draw out the inspiration for your own stories and lessons.   He also shared his story at the 2022 Sandler Summit. Click here to join us next year in 2023:  https://events.bizzabo.com/392186  The best attitude, behavior, and technique on how to succeed at suspending your disbelief What it means to suspend your disbelief and why we should Just because something is challenging doesn't mean it's not for you Putting in the hard work doesn't mean the outcome will be perfect Commit to the process and not the outcome How to identify your self-limiting beliefs Visualize the outcome you want with clarity Don't allow other people to set your goals or your value   The How to Succeed Podcast is a public and free podcast from Sandler. SUBSCRIBE: https://podfollow.com/howtosucceed

How to Succeed Podcast
How to Succeed at Suspending Your Disbelief

How to Succeed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 26:29


Mike Montague interviews Aaron Montgomery on How to Succeed at Suspending Your Disbelief. Aaron wrote Suspend Your Belief to help others learn the importance that every experience is an opportunity to grow, learn, and share and that by sharing your knowledge you can help others on the way too. The book acts as a framework, a tool to help you think about your own life and the lessons you're gaining from it in real-time. Aaron shares his stories not just to teach you, but to help you draw out the inspiration for your own stories and lessons.   He also shared his story at the 2022 Sandler Summit. Click here to join us next year in 2023:  https://events.bizzabo.com/392186  The best attitude, behavior, and technique on how to succeed at suspending your disbelief What it means to suspend your disbelief and why we should Just because something is challenging doesn't mean it's not for you Putting in the hard work doesn't mean the outcome will be perfect Commit to the process and not the outcome How to identify your self-limiting beliefs Visualize the outcome you want with clarity Don't allow other people to set your goals or your value   The How to Succeed Podcast is a public and free podcast from Sandler. SUBSCRIBE: https://podfollow.com/howtosucceed

ACTivation Nation
How to Succeed at Suspending Your Disbelief

ACTivation Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 26:29


Mike Montague interviews Aaron Montgomery on How to Succeed at Suspending Your Disbelief. Aaron wrote Suspend Your Belief to help others learn the importance that every experience is an opportunity to grow, learn, and share and that by sharing your knowledge you can help others on the way too. The book acts as a framework, a tool to help you think about your own life and the lessons you're gaining from it in real-time. Aaron shares his stories not just to teach you, but to help you draw out the inspiration for your own stories and lessons.   He also shared his story at the 2022 Sandler Summit. Click here to join us next year in 2023:  https://events.bizzabo.com/392186  The best attitude, behavior, and technique on how to succeed at suspending your disbelief What it means to suspend your disbelief and why we should Just because something is challenging doesn't mean it's not for you Putting in the hard work doesn't mean the outcome will be perfect Commit to the process and not the outcome How to identify your self-limiting beliefs Visualize the outcome you want with clarity Don't allow other people to set your goals or your value   The How to Succeed Podcast is a public and free podcast from Sandler. SUBSCRIBE: https://podfollow.com/howtosucceed

AP Audio Stories
UN to vote Thursday on suspending Russia from rights council

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 0:42


Russia-Ukraine-Human Rights Council intro and wrap.

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
Suspending state gas taxes may not do much for pain at the pump

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 27:55 Very Popular


A handful of lawmakers have or are looking to suspend state gas taxes. While there’s little else they can control in terms of gas prices, those taxes make up less than 10% of prices at the pump — and it’s not the only place where consumers are feeling the pinch of inflation. Plus: A win for streaming platforms at the Oscars and a look at the CARES Act’s historic investment in tribal infrastructure.

Marketplace All-in-One
Suspending state gas taxes may not do much for pain at the pump

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 27:55


A handful of lawmakers have or are looking to suspend state gas taxes. While there’s little else they can control in terms of gas prices, those taxes make up less than 10% of prices at the pump — and it’s not the only place where consumers are feeling the pinch of inflation. Plus: A win for streaming platforms at the Oscars and a look at the CARES Act’s historic investment in tribal infrastructure.

Radio Boston
Mass. Republicans make another push at suspending gas tax

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 14:20


AAA reports gas prices are down six cents a gallon since last week, but that doesn't mean they aren't still high, and Republicans in the Massachusetts State Senate want you to pay less, at least for a while.

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show
Concerning Hate Speech and Twitter Suspending the Babylon Bee

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 41:50


Not the Bee reported yesterday on Twitter suspending The Babylon Bee for supposed hate speech, and we need to talk about that. In case you haven't heard, the infraction is tied to the satirical news site declaring transgendered person Rachel Levine their "Man of the Year" in response to USA Today naming the Biden administration appointee their "Woman of the Year." Once again we see how the Left calls "hate speech" that kind of talk which they hate. And when they can't rebut the logic and irony, they resort to cancellation, silencing, diatribes, and ostracization. Yet how can it be hateful to say that a biological male is a man? And what is a woman these days anyway? It feels more and more as though what is really at issue is that there is such a thing as women. The real "War on Women" is not Republicans and conservatives - not synonymous, it should be noted - endeavoring to protect unborn children from state-sanctioned and subsidized slaughter, but perhaps is the Left insisting that womanhood is an arbitrary social construct which they are going to do us the kindness of deconstructing into oblivion. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support

Arizona's Morning News
Will suspending the gas tax help Arizona?

Arizona's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 4:21


Is the answer to higher gas prices to drill more oil, or suspend the gas tax? We also discuss the rise in home prices, with 7.8% of Phoenix homes having a listing price of over $1 million.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, Suspending the Michigan gas tax

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 11:00


Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America this is the Steve Gruber FIERCE AND FEARLESS – in Pursuit of the truth—   Here are three big things you need to know right now—   ONE— Michigan and Michigan State get in for the NCAA tournament.   TWO— Covid 19 delays the trial for Gov Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping case   THREE— Suspending the Michigan gas tax  

Black and White Sports Podcast
Cowboys HOF Troy Aikman SLAMS NFL EMBRACE of GAMBLING then SUSPENDING Calvin Ridley for the SEASON!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 8:52


Cowboys HOF Troy Aikman SLAMS NFL EMBRACE of GAMBLING then SUSPENDING Calvin Ridley for the SEASON!

Open Mike
Is the NFL Being Hypocritical By Suspending Calvin Ridley for Gambling?

Open Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 10:04


Is the NFL being hypocritical by suspending Calvin Ridley after he placed bets on games when the NFL themselves are in bed with gambling companies?

The Tannatalkssoccer Podcast
My thoughts on FIFA and UEFA suspending Russian clubs and National teams

The Tannatalkssoccer Podcast

Play Episode Play 31 sec Highlight Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 19:48


In this episode, I voiced my opinion on FIFA and UEFA's decision to suspend Russian clubs, and National teams until further notice. Support the show (http://tannatalkssoccer.com)

Project ETO
L.J. Alleman School Is Suspending Kids Over Tiktok | Who Want Smoke

Project ETO

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 6:19


Hey Identifier, #LJAllemanschool #Tiktok #whowantsmoke https://www.klfy.com/lafayette-parish/at-least-20-lj-alleman-students-suspended-over-nardo-wick-who-want-smoke-tik-tok-challenge/#:~:text=(KLFY)%20%E2%80%94%20In%20Lafayette%2C,mimicking%20the%20use%20of%20weapons. (KLFY) — In Lafayette, at least 20 students at L.J. Alleman school were suspended last week and are facing expulsion for participating in a TikTok challenge for Nardo Wick's song “Who Want Smoke.” The video allegedly showed students mimicking the use of weapons. Leave us a Voice Mail or Support https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support Sub to the channel here https://www.twitch.tv/theidentitybooth Donate https://streamlabs.com/projecteto/tip The Goal: Try to Identify with you as you try to Identify with me. Find Heero here: https://linktr.ee/the_identity_Booth Find Eric here: https://www.instagram.com/etfactz/?hl=en Take Care --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support

The Nonlinear Library
EA - The EA Hub is suspending new feature development (with plans to retire) by Vaidehi Agarwalla

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 8:43


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: The EA Hub is suspending new feature development (with plans to retire), published by Vaidehi Agarwalla on February 27, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Key Takeaways In 2021, the EA Hub built volunteer capacity, made technical progres. During this period ~1500 people joined or were onboarded to the platform, roughly doubling from the 2020. (Read More) However, in Fall of 2021, after being rejected from the EA Infrastructure fund and learning of CEA's updated strategy in this space, we chose to suspend future work and plan to retire the Hub in the future. (Read More) The EA Hub will remain live with existing functionality until it is ready to be replaced with a new platform, at which point we are planning to retire it. We are working closely with CEA to ensure a smooth transition to the new system, and Hub users will receive notice at least 1 month before we shut down the Hub. (Read More) We are excited to see more work in the space of improving online connections. (Read More) Context The EA Hub is one of the oldest volunteer projects in the EA ecosystem. The first version of the EA Hub was started by the Local Effective Altruism Network (LEAN) in 2015, to provide an online platform for EAs to connect with each other as well as with EA groups, projects, and helpful resources. In 2015 the Hub had EA profiles and groups (and maps), a donation registry, links to actions for EAs to take, a nascent wiki, and hosted the results of the EA Survey. There has been limited interest from other meta organisations to do work in this space. The codebase was deprecated and the EA Hub was relaunched in 2019 with a new codebase and team. A new leadership team (Vaidehi, Victor & Seb) started work in Fall 2020. Starting in 2020 the Hub was fiscally sponsored by, but otherwise independent from, Rethink Charity. Our vision for the EA Hub was to be “an online platform that enables collaboration and facilitates connections between people in the Effective Altruism movement to make it easier to learn, network, collaborate on projects, and find career opportunities.” We believe that improving community infrastructure for projects, individuals, and groups will help initiatives build traction more effectively. Read more about our team's plans. 2021 in Review Our goals for 2021 included securing funding, developing new features, maintaining the existing platform, and improving our volunteer capacity. We also developed our strategy and coordinated with stakeholders. We made significant technical progress, with feedback from several EA community builders from around the world. The Hub profiles nearly doubled in 2021 to ~3200 profiles. Of the new profiles, we onboarded 700+ people from EA conferences in 2021, including EAG Reconnect and the EA Fellowship Weekend. We recruited and worked with a team of 5-6 volunteers (in addition to our core team) regularly contributing to the Hub in technical and non-technical roles. We applied to the EA Infrastructure Fund for the funds needed to reach the level of professionalism appropriate for this project. As we explain below, EAIF rejected us because they felt it would be less valuable because of similar work planned by CEA. After learning about CEA's plans, we deliberated and decided to suspend further work on the EA Hub. Our reasons for suspending development and plans to retire the Hub The main reason for our decision is that we found out that the CEA Online Team plans to introduce features on the EA Forum that would be similar to the EA Hub's. Background: The new Hub team (Vaidehi, Seb, and Victor) started work in Fall 2020 and were in contact with various staff at CEA from that point on to get feedback, coordinate, and share progress. In Fall 2020, CEA's strategy was not yet set and they were uncertain about their future plans. Based on the informati...

America in Focus
Episode 34: Senate considers suspending federal gas tax, but critics are wary

America in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 26:16


Senate considers suspending federal gas tax, but critics are wary. Poll: Majority of Americans unhappy with current immigration levels. Number of Americans living paycheck to paycheck jumps 7 percent, report shows. Durham filing alleges Hillary Clinton's team ‘mined' White House servers to dig up dirt on Trump. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-in-focus/support

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates
Episode 36: Episode 36 – A Conversation with Real Estate Agents about Property Insurance

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 26:20


Beside their direct impact on Florida homeowners, multiple double-digit rate increases in property insurance are impacting Florida's real estate market as well.  If rates continue to rise, there's concern they will affect the availability and affordability of insurance for new homebuyers.  Former Florida Deputy Insurance Commissioner Lisa Miller explores the reasons for the increases, including increased insurance litigation, and how they're now impacting the state's economy.Show NotesIn a recent address to the Pensacola Association of Realtors, host Lisa Miller identified some key drivers behind the past two years of homeowners insurance rate increases in Florida.  She noted as rates go up, so do home mortgages for those who escrow their insurance, impacting home affordability. Rising Litigation: In 2021, 76,526 property insurance lawsuits were filed in Florida, an 18% increase from 2020, according to CaseGlide.   Claims with lawsuits cost almost five times more than those without.  “In testimony last week in the Senate, Barry Gilway, who's head of Citizens Property Insurance said that when a third party is involved, the average claim is $48,000.  When there's no third party involved, anybody want to guess what it is?  $10,000,” said Miller.  “As claims costs go up, what do you think happens to rates?  They go up.  It's pretty simple.  You don't have to be an actuary to know that.” She noted that according to industry stakeholders, it is estimated that three of every five insurance claims are inflated, whether the increase is only slightly or obviously suspicious.  Contingency fee multipliers, which allow plaintiff attorneys to request attorney fees twice or three times the customary rate, are also contributing to the increased and unnecessary costs of claims.  Miller told the Realtors that the DFS Division of Consumer Services has an insurance consumer hotline offering free help to any policyholder who faces challenges dealing with their insurance company and that it has a high rate of success settling disputes.  “When the third parties come into the room, I encourage you and your clients to say to that person, I don't need to see you.  If I can't get the free service that my tax dollars are paying for, I'll come back.  But many times now, people file a claim and the first thing they do is hire a lawyer,” Miller said. The resulting “cottage industry of 15 to 20 law firms” are responsible for the majority of homeowners claims lawsuits in the state, currently numbering about 100,000.  “The theory is, the more you sue, some are going to stick,” said Miller.  The Florida Legislature's 2021 reforms in Senate Bill 76 that now require lawyers give a 10-day notice to insurance companies before filing suit, are being challenged in federal court.  “It forces them to come to the table and have a conversation like human beings should do…and work it out.  They don't want to do that.  It's easier to file suit, hope for the best, and get attorney fees,” Miller said.Many of those lawsuits she said are driven by unscrupulous home contractors and roofers canvassing neighborhoods doing free inspections and proclaiming “you need a new roof and we'll get the insurance company to pay for it,” said Miller.  “I want us all to have a new roof but that's not what an insurance policy is all about.  If you need a new roof and it's wear and tear, you have to figure out how to pay for it yourself.  If it's wind or weather damage, they'll (insurance companies) pay for it.  It's just that simple,” Miller told the Realtors.Reinsurance: From 40- to 45-cents of every dollar of a homeowners insurance premium goes toward the cost of reinsurance – insurance that insurance companies buy to protect themselves from overwhelming losses in larger claims and catastrophes.  Miller noted that money flows from Florida to off-shore reinsurance companies in Bermuda, London, and Germany.  But some reinsurance is purchased from the less expensive Florida Catastrophe Fund, a state-run entity that has $16 billion in future claims paying capacity.  “There are those who think we cannot change the Cat Fund, but it's going to take a long time to deplete that fund,” said Miller, noting the legislature could look at reducing the cost of reinsurance purchased from the Cat Fund.Since her address, Senator Jeff Brandes (R-Pinellas) has offered an amendment to a bill in the 2022 Florida legislative session that would do just that.  It would: Cut the threshold level of losses in half that all insurance companies in total have to meet before drawing a payout from the Fund; and Suspend the Rapid Cash Buildup Factor, known as the “hurricane tax” on insurance companies that they in turn pass to their policyholders, designed to help the Fund grow. Senator Brandes argued that lowering the threshold or “aggregate retention point” would lower the cost of reinsurance, with the savings under his amendment to be passed along to policyholders.  Suspending the hurricane tax would save every Florida residential policyholder an estimated $150 annually.Premium Tax: “Two cents of every dollar that you pay in premium goes to state government.  It's not a lot.  The regulatory arms of the insurance industry use that money to fight fraud,” Miller explained, saying she is not opining either way.“There's three ways to help this situation.  Change the reinsurance structure of our state, reduce litigation, reduce taxes,” Miller said, predicting the problem is only going to get worse, “because there's only two ways for an insurance company to survive what I call the dysfunctional property insurance market.  And that would be to either reduce expenses or raise rates. The Office of Insurance Regulation is approving rate increases and companies are hoping the legislature will help them do one of the three things that I've just suggested.  It's just pretty simple.”Links and Resources Mentioned in this EpisodeFlorida Insurance Market “Dire”(LMA Newsletter, October 4, 2021) Containing the Cat Fund (LMA Newsletter, January 3, 2022)Major Provisions of SB 76 (2021 Reform)Major Provisions of HB 7065 (2019 Reform)Florida Personal Lines Coverage Reaches Crisis Levels (Renaissance Alliance blog January 2022) Price of Paradise (WFTS-TV Tampa, January 20, 2022)Notices of Intent to Litigate by Top 20 Law Firms (Guy Carpenter, January 2022)Assignment of Benefits & Insurance Litigation Webpage (Lisa Miller & Associates) 2022 Florida Legislature Bill Watch  (Lisa Miller & Associates) ** The Listener Call-In Line for your recorded questions and comments to air in future episodes is 850-388-8002 or you may send email to LisaMiller@LisaMillerAssociates.com **The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates, brings you the latest developments in Property & Casualty, Healthcare, Workers' Compensation, and Surplus Lines insurance from around the Sunshine State.  Based in the state capital of Tallahassee, Lisa Miller & Associates provides its clients with focused, intelligent, and cost conscious solutions to their business development, government consulting, and public relations needs.  On the web at www.LisaMillerAssociates.com or call 850-222-1041.  Your questions, comments, and suggestions are welcome!  Date of Recording 2/10/2022. Email via info@LisaMillerAssociates.com   Composer: www.TeleDirections.com  © Copyright 2017-2022 Lisa Miller & Associates, All Rights Reserved