================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA ADOLESCENTES 2022“UN SALTO EN EL TIEMPO”Narrado por: DORIANY SÁNCHEZDesde: PERÚUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 27 DE NOVIEMBREEL PRESIDENTE GORDO«¿O ignoráis que vuestro cuerpo es templo del Espíritu Santo, el cual está en vosotros, el cual habéis recibido de Dios y que no sois vuestros?» (1 Corintios 6: 19, RV95).Muchas personas se interesan por lo que les sucede a las celebridades, y siguen sus vidas en la televisión, la prensa, la radio o en lo que comparten los blogueros en línea. Los medios de comunicación desentierran los trapos sucios de los deportistas, los actores de cine, cantantes y otros famosos, e incluso del presidente de los Estados Unidos. Parece que los chismes sobre lo que ocurre en la Casa Blanca «se venden bien». Algunos periódicos y revistas se dedican a husmear en la vida privada del presidente o de su familia, y los cómicos y presentadores de televisión se divierten mucho burlándose de los políticos.Esto no es nada nuevo. Ocurre desde hace mucho tiempo, incluso desde antes de que la television y la radio sirvan para informar de las noticias. Evidentemente, la prensa de la época del presidente Taft también disfrutó obteniendo la información que pudiera sobre los políticos de su época y estaba dispuesta a pagar por ello. Un ama de llaves de la Casa Blanca llamada Elizabeth Jaffray sabía mucho sobre el vigésimo séptimo presidente de los Estados Unidos. Según la Asociación Histórica de la Casa Blanca, el 27 de noviembre de 1911 escribió en su diario que pensaba que el presidente Taft estaba demasiado gordo. Y aunque el presidente no quisiera admitirlo, con 161 kilos (355 libras), probablemente lo estaba.Según sus biógrafos, el presidente Taft tenía que dejarse atar los zapatos por un ayudante. Y normalmente se necesitan dos (o más) hombres para ayudar a salir de la bañera. En una ocasión, cuando visitó al zar de Rusia, sus pantalones se rompieron mientras salía de un carruaje.Pero el peso de Taft no le impidió cumplir un mandato completo como presidente. Tampoco le impidió convertirse en presidente del Tribunal Supremo una vez finalizado su mandato como presidente del gobierno. Fue el primer y único presidente que ocupó ambos cargos.Taft fue un hombre muy exitoso, pero aun así debe ser duro escuchar a la gente hacer bromas sobre él. Incluso todo un presidente de país puede sentirse ofendido. En el versículo de hoy, Pablo parece tener una respuesta para los que se sintieron ofendidos: «No sois vuestros, porque han sido comprados por un precio>. Todos valemos más de lo que podemos imaginar, porque Jesús dio su vida por nosotros.
The U.S. airline industry isn't just short of the pilots needed to meet travel demand. The demographic makeup of the industry's pilot workforce remains overwhelmingly male and white. Indianapolis-based Republic Airways, one of the largest regional airlines in America, has a vested interest in trying to stock its talent pipeline—not just with pilots but for other aviation careers as well, including maintenance. And Republic has made a concerted effort in recent years to recruit more women and people of color and to eliminate barriers that might stand in the way of successful careers at the company. The airline's initiatives include a three-day aviation career summit that in October attracted 1,100 attendees—including 750 students of color—from across the state. Republic is also in in the process of launching a campaign to raise $24 million to help 300 central Indiana students of color start careers in aviation. For this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, host Mason King is joined by Rob Lowe, Republic's vice president of people and culture, and Alisha Spires, senior manager of talent acquisition for pilot recruiting, to discuss the barriers that women and people of color face when they consider aviation careers, and what Republic is doing to widen those horizons. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
The arrival of cold air throughout Greater Cincinnati this week is a sure sign that it's Week 14 of the high school football season. "People are complaining about the cold and things like that," Lakota West coach Tom Bolden said with a smile before Tuesday's practice. "I said, 'You know you are doing something right if you are getting to practice in cold weather.'" Kentucky is in the state quarterfinals while Indiana is in the semi-state round with Lawrenceburg (Class 3A) and East Central (Class 4A) trying to make it to Lucas Oil Stadium next week. There are seven Greater Cincinnati teams in the Ohio High School Athletic Association regional finals this weekend with a trip to the state Final Four on the line. The WCPO High School Insider takes a closer look at some of the games to watch starting Friday night. You will hear from Bolden and his message to the undefeated Firebirds as they prepare to play Moeller for a second straight regional final. Moeller coach Mark Elder discusses the keys to victory as the Crusaders try to make their 18th trip to the state Final Four. Anderson coach Evan Dreyer reflects upon the upcoming matchup with conference rival Kings for the second time this season in the Division II, Region 8 final at Mason's Atrium Stadium. Badin coach Nick Yordy explains how the Rams have prepared for this opportunity to be in the program's 13th regional final when the team plays Tippecanoe Friday night at Trotwood-Madison. Wyoming coach Aaron Hancock discusses the Cowboys' work ethic as the undefeated No. 1 seed prepares to play No. 2 Taft for a second time this season Saturday night in the Division IV, Region 16 final at Lakota West. Subscribe at https://wcpo.com/highschoolinsider See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In my home county, at the head of Wallowa Lake, sits a local heirloom, the Wallowa Lake Lodge. Built in 1923 from trees cut and milled on site, the lodge has seen nearly 100 years of visitors and locals alike enjoying the property, as the world changed around it. In this episode, the lodge's General Manager, Madeline Lau, sat down with me to share some fascinating history, from reintroducing elk via trains and skis, to the story of Taft and Tarzan, two of the largest elk the state has likely ever seen. Check out the Wallowa Lake Lodge:WebsiteInstagram
The convention and events business that downtown Indianapolis has worked so hard to develop over recent decades has recovered fairly well from the worst days of the pandemic. But there's a new competitor on the horizon. Nashville, Tennessee—a fellow NFL city that also has positioned its downtown for tourism—is on the brink of building a new football stadium downtown with a covered roof. As we know in Indianapolis, a stadium with a roof gives your city a lot more flexibility in attracting and staging major events—for sports, concerts and conventions. And Nashville officials have been clear that they'll be going after events that Indianapolis currently hosts or traditionally is in the hunt to host. In this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, reporter IBJ's Mickey Shuey tries to gauge the potential impact on Indianapolis of having a tougher competitor for some of the city's bread-and-butter business. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
The high school and college basketball season is upon us. Before the high school season officially begins Nov. 23, the WCPO High School Insider podcast previews the top Greater Cincinnati teams and players during this special episode. Triple Double Prospects analyst Corey Albertson explains why Taft will be a successful team again after being the Division III state champion last season. You will also hear why the Greater Miami Conference and Greater Catholic League South division will be among the top leagues in Southwest Ohio. Plus, you will hear from Dante Payne about the "Battle of the Bulldogs" college basketball event Nov. 26 at Winton Woods High School. This is the second annual year for the basketball games and college fair. More at https://wcpo.com/highschoolinsider See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Although the White House isn't up for grabs during the U.S. midterm elections on Tuesday, there are candidates for federal, state and local positions on the ballot that affect central Indiana residents in any number of ways. U.S. Sen. Todd Young, a Republican, is defending his seat from Tom McDermott, the Democratic mayor of Hammond, and Libertarian candidate James Sceniak, a behavioral therapist. Some polls have shown the race between Young and McDermott to be surprisingly close, given Young's name recognition and massive advantage in fundraising. On the state level, there's a headline-grabbing contest between Republican Diego Morales and Democrat Destiny Wells for secretary of state. Morales has been hit by several troubling allegations in recent months, including accusations of sexual misconduct and embellishing his military record. There's a fascinating race shaping up in Indiana Senate District 31, which includes the Geist area, Lawrence and the city of Fishers. The incumbent, Republican Kyle Walker, has outraised Democrat opponent Jocelyn Vare many times over, but at least one poll shows this race as a toss-up. And in Indianapolis, Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears, a Democrat, faces a tough challenge from Republican Cyndi Carrasco. She claims Mears has been soft on violent criminals and she has raised an impressive amount of money to get her message out. For this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, host Mason King is joined by two colleagues from the IBJ newsroom to dig deeper into the four races: Peter Blanchard, who covers politics and state government, and Greg Weaver, IBJ's government and politics editor. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
On today's episode, Christa chats with International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Shelly Taft. We talk all about the top breastfeeding misconceptions, when milk comes in, and the latest update on the formula shortage! Follow her on Instagram: @shellytaftibclc Check out her website and podcast! Website: https://www.shellytaftibclc.com/ Podcast: https://www.shellytaftibclc.com/podcast/ Join our monthly Facebook Room today, Nov. 3rd at 11AM CST! Join here: https://bit.ly/fbroomnov3Join our Peanut Pod (MomTalks with Christa) group and listen to our pods every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month! Download the Peanut app here: https://www.peanut-app.io/Be part of our email list to get exclusive updates, beta tester opportunities, free mommy resources, giveaways, and more! : https://bit.ly/3aikMJv Currently pregnant? Planning on breastfeeding but don't know where to start? Download our FREE Breastfeeding Starter Pack now! Get it here: https://bit.ly/3KQKliw Join our Private Facebook Group: New Moms - Breastfeeding & More Support Group by Mommy Knows Best: https://bit.ly/3gQIF9z This episode was sponsored by Mommy Knows Best. Mommy Knows Best is a brand dedicated to empowering all moms on their journey with support, tips, and products to help boost their milk supply. Visit Mommy Knows Best at www.mommyknowsbest.com or follow us on Instagram @mommyknowsbest Subscribe to the Mommy Knows Best YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/Mommyknowsbest MomTalks with Christa and Mommy Knows Best are committed to providing informational, motivational, and inspiring videos to all moms. Statements in this video are for informational purposes only and are not to be taken as medical advice or recommendation. Any health concern or condition should be brought to the attention of your doctor.
The Ohio high school football playoffs are one step closer to the state championships this week. There are 25 Greater Cincinnati teams in the regional quarterfinal round this Friday night. The WCPO High School Insider podcast highlights some of the top games to watch during Week 12. Taft coach Tyler Williams reflects on the turning point of the season for the Senators (9-2) and the team's mindset entering the Division IV, Region 16 quarterfinal against Alter (6-5). Williams also discusses how strong the Taft defense has been this season including the play of junior defensive back Tayshawn Banks (eight interceptions), who was named the Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference Red Division athlete of the year. Moeller coach Mark Elder and St. Xavier coach Steve Specht discuss the GCL South rivals meeting for a second time this season - this time for the opportunity to play in the regional semifinals next week. Cincinnati Country Day coach Dennis Coyle reflects on the Nighthawks' first playoff win since 1999. More at https://wcpo.com/highschoolinsider See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guest for this week's IBJ Podcast is Ben Lytle, whom longtime residents will remember as the former CEO of Indianapolis-based health insurer Anthem. He captained the strategy that turned Anthem into one of the largest health insurers in the nation and a publicly traded firm on the New York Stock Exchange. He also founded, took public and sold the insurance brokerage Accordia. But don't think of Lytle as a career corporate guy. He started his career as an expert in technology and information systems. He's an entrepreneur at heart and in recent years has co-founded two companies with his son Hugh—both related to health care. But he's not interested in talking about the past. He wants to discuss the next 30 years, a period he expects to be filled with mind-boggling changes in the ways we work and live. The pace of life will continue to accelerate and become more turbulent. He says institutions such as government, education, religion, news media and corporate America will be disrupted and become less reliable. So he has written a book titled “The Potentialist: Your Future in the New Reality of the Next 30 Years.” Its purpose is to help us—and especially people at the beginning of their careers—develop the skills and mindset necessary to succeed in that environment. He joined podcast host Mason King to discuss the book and how we can thrive alongside incredible change as we live longer, work longer and develop more intimate relationships with technology. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
The Gift of Life - Aging Well, Aging Smart, and Wisdom for the Journey is a book authored by Martha L. Henderson, GNP, D.Div., and Meg Mindell, LCSW. The life and work of Martha is the origin of this book. Camilla Taft Hicks, Martha's niece, in collaboration with Meg, brought the manuscript to publication after Martha's death. This book highlights the passion of the authors for celebrating the later years of life, just as the earliest moments in life are celebrated with so much anticipation and preparation. In this episode, hear Camilla open the episode with the story of discovering her Aunt Martha's manuscript. This book is rich in author reflections, patient and family stories, and resources, all intended to trigger thoughts and conversations and provide insight into the later years of life. Buy the book: https://thegiftoflifebook.com Buy the companion journal: Giftoflifejournal Learn more about the Aging Life Care Association https://www.aginglifecare.org About Meg Mindell, LCSW, C-ASWCM: Meg has been a Licensed Clinical Social worker for over 25 years, working in home care, hospice, and counseling settings. Meg is the founder of Halcyon Elder Care, providing care management and psychotherapy services. Find Meg online at https://thegiftoflifebook.com. About Camilla Taft Hicks, MPH: Camilla is a public health practitioner with expertise in health, education and safety. She has worked locally and internationally on innovative programs. Camilla is active in her faith community in Washington, DC. She is a small business owner and yoga instructor. Camilla treasures The Gift of Life book as a legacy from her aunt, Martha Henderson. Find her online at https://thegiftoflifebook.com. (Facebook #CamillaTaftHicks; Instagram @Camilla.t.hicks; LinkedIn @camillatafthicks. Are you looking to get more out of nursing than just a job? Host Natalie D'Itri, MSN, RN, is asking you to become a Careerwise Nurse. The Careerwise Nurse podcast is meant for you if you are launching your career, growing into your role, or seeking ways to thrive as a nurse! The Careerwise Nurse podcast includes stories and tips from nurses for nurses. Current and future student nurses - this is for you, too! Careerwise Nurse is an opportunity to connect with Natalie D'Itri, MSN, RN. Natalie is an experienced nurse, who coaches nurses to live their best nursing life. Schedule a free introductory coaching call with Natalie: Let's talk about your Nursing Life! https://calendly.com/natalie-ditri/careerwisenurse Follow and Connect! If you have not had a chance, please FOLLOW the show Give a 5-Star rating + written review!! This helps the show grow and reach more nurses like you!!! Connect with host and coach, Natalie D'Itri - firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Facebook community - Careerwise Nurse Instagram @CareerwiseNurse
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The Gift of Life - Aging Well, Aging Smart, and Wisdom for the Journey is a book authored by Martha L. Henderson, GNP, D.Div., and Meg Mindell, LCSW. The life and work of Martha is the origin of this book. Camilla Taft Hicks, Martha's niece, in collaboration with Meg, brought the manuscript to publication after Martha's death. This book highlights the passion of the authors for celebrating the later years of life, just as the earliest moments in life are celebrated with so much anticipation and preparation. In this episode, nurses have an opportunity to hear stories of living and dying well. Older adults are frequently encountered in the work nurses perform. This book is rich in author reflections, patient and family stories, and resources, all intended to trigger thoughts and conversations and provide insight into the later years of life. Meg shares with listeners about the role of an aging life care professional. Learn more about the role from the Aging Life Care Association (https://www.aginglifecare.org). Buy the book: https://thegiftoflifebook.com Buy the companion journal: Giftoflifejournal About Meg Mindell, LCSW, C-ASWCM: Meg has been a Licensed Clinical Social worker for over 25 years, working in home care, hospice, and counseling settings. Meg is the founder of Halcyon Elder Care, providing care management and psychotherapy services. Find Meg online at https://thegiftoflifebook.com. About Camilla Taft Hicks, MPH: Camilla is a public health practitioner with expertise in health, education and safety. She has worked locally and internationally on innovative programs. Camilla is active in her faith community in Washington, DC. She is a small business owner and yoga instructor. Camilla treasures The Gift of Life book as a legacy from her aunt, Martha Henderson. Find her online at https://thegiftoflifebook.com. (Facebook #CamillaTaftHicks; Instagram @Camilla.t.hicks; LinkedIn @camillatafthicks. Are you looking to get more out of nursing than just a job? Host Natalie D'Itri, MSN, RN, is asking you to become a Careerwise Nurse. The Careerwise Nurse podcast is meant for you if you are launching your career, growing into your role, or seeking ways to thrive as a nurse! The Careerwise Nurse podcast includes stories and tips from nurses for nurses. Current and future student nurses - this is for you, too! Careerwise Nurse is an opportunity to connect with Natalie D'Itri, MSN, RN. Natalie is an experienced nurse, who coaches nurses to live their best nursing life. Schedule a free introductory coaching call with Natalie: Let's talk about your Nursing Life! https://calendly.com/natalie-ditri/careerwisenurse Follow and Connect! If you have not had a chance, please FOLLOW the show
IBJ columnist and frequent IBJ Podcast guest Pete “The Planner” Dunn had a piece in the Oct. 14 issue with an uncharacteristically sharp rebuke for a reader who was woefully uninsured. IBJ Podcast host Mason King took it to heart, because he has long avoided getting life insurance, despite being in his 50s, married and the father of a 6-year-old. But he is far from alone in wanting to avoid acknowledging the need to plan for one's own demise. Dunn's take is that life insurance is the foundation of good financial planning, as well as being a good spouse and parent. In the latest edition of the IBJ Podcast, King and Dunn dive into some the big questions that usually come up when one finally addresses this dark elephant in the room, including how much life insurance is necessary. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
Joe and Caroline talk all things Oktoberfest while drinking some local Oktoberfest beer.What We Are DrinkingOktoberfest - Märzen style lagerWest Side Brewing - Westwood, Ohio ABV: 5.2%IBUs: 22"This amber lager is made from German malts, German hops, and a German lager yeast for a truly authentic Oktoberfest beer. Clean, toasted bread malts with just a touch of hop spice give way to a clean, smooth finish for a fest beer you'll want to drink by the liter."Oktoberfest – Märzen-style lagerWolf's Ridge Brewing - Columbus, OhioABV: 5.4%IBUs: 20"Steeped in tradition and consumed in celebration Oktoberfest is the perfect lager to herald the onset of Autumn toasted bread on the nose leads to a slightly sweet malty flavor with just a hint of noble hops, crisp and highly quaffable brewed to be drunk by the stein. Enjoy this brewer's favorite seasonal beer."Franz OktoberfestRhinegeist - Cincinnati, Ohio ABV: 5.4%"Franz is our Oktoberfest bräu, not traditional but über German. He's an autumnal brew, a bit of a dreamer, often hiking in the as Alps to return brimming with great ideas. Like those brisk hikes in the steep mountains, these Munich and Vienna malts will pump you up."Oktuberfest German style lager Taft's Brewing Company - Cincinnati, Ohio ABV: 5.7%Brinktoberfest - traditional Märzen style lagerBrink Brewing Company – College Hill, OhioABV: 5.7%Oktoberfest – Märzen-style lagerGreat Lakes Brewing – Cleveland, OhioABV: 6.5%IBUs: 20"Prost! Our take on this classic German style is a real malt party, packed with toasty autumnal flavors perfect for hearty hoisting."***Spread the Word and Connect With UsIf you like what you hear, please consider leaving us a rating and reviewFollow us on Facebook and InstagramHelp us spread the word about the podcast so we can grow Send us feedback, comments, and questions at email@example.comVisit our website at https://www.craftparentingpodcast.com to read our blog posts about life as parents, our family adventures, craft beer, and more.Send us stuff to our PO Box address: Craft Parenting Podcast P.O. Box 112294 Cincinnati, Ohio 45211Buy Us A CoffeeIf you enjoy listening to our podcast and reading our blog posts every week, then you now have the opportunity to help offset our equipment and software costs through Buy Me a Coffee.Here's what you need to know:It's super easy to do. You don't have to set up an account to contribute. You have options. Send us a one-time donation or sign-up as a member to contribute on a monthly or yearly basis.Unlock exclusive content. Choose a membership level that fits your budget and unlock exclusive content.We wouldn't be able to do any of this without the loyalty of our listeners and readers. THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for all of your support!Support the show
Three of IndyCar's most prominent teams—Andretti Autosport, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and Arrow McLaren SP—are investing a total of $250 million to expand their operations and add as many as 750 jobs in central Indiana. In this week's podcast, IBJ reporter Mickey Shuey takes on hosting duties and talks with IndyCar President Jay Frye and Rahal Letterman Lanigan co-owner Bobby Rahal about why teams are investing now and what it says about the state of racing globally and in the Indianapolis area. But Shuey starts by talking with IBJ reporter Daniel Bradley to get the details about the teams' expansions, which are taking place in the suburbs north of Indianapolis that he covers. For more, read the story Shuey and Bradley wrote about IndyCar investments for the Oct. 14 issue of IBJ. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
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Recent studies from across the country have helped solidify the link between housing instability—for example, substandard conditions, homelessness or needing to move regularly—and poor infant health. In a pilot program based in Ohio called Healthy Beginnings at Home, organizers wanted to test the impact of providing pregnant women struggling to find stable homes with rental assistance and other services to secure their housing situations. In the group of mothers in the pilot program, there were no infant deaths, and there were more full-term healthy births than in a control group. The pilot group also saw shorter stays in neo-natal intensive care and a reduced need for emergency health care. The Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI has received a five-year, $2.4 million federal grant to launch an initiative to reduce Indianapolis' infant mortality rate. And it specifically will address housing instability. Called the Housing Equity for Infant Health Initiative, the program will provide support for pregnant women and mothers with infants under 1 year old. The organizers then will evaluate the program's impact on birth outcomes and health care costs. CareSource, a not-for-profit that provides health care insurance coverage through public programs including Medicaid and Medicare, was a key participant in the Ohio-based pilot of Healthy Beginnings at Home. It is also a key player in bringing Healthy Beginnings at Home to this Initiative in Indianapolis. A second major piece of the initiative is focused on health justice. Led by the Indiana Justice Project, it will combine legal education, direct legal services, strategic litigation, and advocacy to improve both housing stability and housing conditions for pregnant Hoosiers. In this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, host Mason King digs into the details with two guests: Dr. Cameual Wright, an OBGYN and vice president and market chief medical officer with CareSource; and Jack Turman. He's the director of the Housing Equity for Infant Health Initiative and the Grassroots Maternal and Child Health Initiative, as well as a professor in the Fairbanks School of Public Health. They cover the link between unstable housing and poor infant health, the difficulty in quantifying the extent of the problem, and the hope that the initiative will lead to larger efforts across the state. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
Do you ever find yourself reminiscing about the past and remembering something you would love to go back and change, a mistake that haunts you on a regular basis. Well that is what this 80's flick is all about, a man who for 13 years has regretted dropping the ball in a High School Football game and holds himself responsible for the town he lives in being in the doldrums ever since. So fire up the green rocket, put on your white cleats, and get ready to bring the town of Taft out of the bowels of lethargy as Tim Williams and guest co-host, J.B. Huffman, discuss “The Best of Times” from 1986 on this special forgotten 80's flick episode of the 80's Flick Flashback Podcast! Here are some additional behind the scenes trivia we were unable to cover in this episode: The date of the football game, November 15, 1972, was actually a Wednesday. Most Varsity High School football games are played on Fridays or Saturday (if the field did not have lights). Robin Williams later commented that hiring Roger Spottiswoode as a director, a Canadian that was not extremely familiar with American football, may have been a mistake. Sources: Wikipedia, IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes, Box Office Mojo https://www.themoviescene.co.uk/reviews/the-best-of-times/the-best-of-times.html Send us an email or reach out to us on social media to let us know what you liked, what you loved, what we may have missed, or what 80's movie we should discuss next! https://linktr.ee/80sFlickFlashback --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/support
Helen Herron Taft was the First Lady of many firsts. As the wife of twenty-seventh US President William Howard Taft, Helen was born into a family with political connections. As First Lady, she shone. Here is her story. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/helen-herron-taft/
Dr. Leandro Mena, Director of the Division of STD Prevention at the CDC, discusses the latest preliminary data that counts 2.5 million reported cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis last year; Reyna Olaguez, Executive Director of South Kern Sol, explains how her organization is helping to vaccinate people in underserved communities; two members of ASTHO's family and child health team are talking about their work on a podcast; and get more news like this in ASTHO's Public Health weekly email newsletter. CDC Webpage: Preliminary 2021 STD Surveillance Data South Kern Sol Webpage: Vibrant Celebration Showcases Oaxaca's Culture, Traditions, COVID-19 Education in Taft. Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center Webpage: Maternal Health Innovation Podcast: Season 2 ASTHO Webpage: Be in the Know
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In just two years, the arts and culture startup known as Gang Gang has become one of the most influential and active producers of events in Indianapolis, promoting the creative economy and the concept of equity. The founders are Malina Simone Jeffers and Alan Bacon, working from the precept that creative people of color continue to be underrepresented and underrecognized for their contributions to culture. GangGang means to change that. The group wants to bring these artists to the forefront, but everyone is welcome to collaborate. In this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, guest host Dave Lindquist asks Jeffers and Bacon about the impact of “We. The Culture: Works by the Eighteen Art Collective,” a ground-breaking exhibit curated by GangGang that debuted last month at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. They discuss Butter 2, the second edition of GangGang's fine art festival featuring work by Black visual artists. They also touch on the blueprint that GangGang is creating for stimulating the creative economy, why the group is trying to raise $500,000 by the end of the year, and what they foresee for GangGang over the next five years. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
To the extent Butler University has become a known quantity at the national level, we can thank its basketball program. Since 2006, the Bulldogs have earned seeds in the NCAA men's basketball tournament 10 times, including reaching the national championship final twice. That 16-year period also coincides with the tenure of Barry Collier as Butler's athletic director. He didn't need an introduction to Bulldog fans when he was hired for the job, since he had coached the basketball team from 1989 to 2000, earning three NCAA tournament appearances. During that stretch, he was Horizon League Coach of the Year four times. Over the past 16 years, Collier also has presided over an aggressive push into higher levels of competition, jumping from the Horizon League to the Atlantic 10 in 2012, and then to the Big East in 2013. Since then, Butler has invested tens of millions of dollars in renovating or building athletic facilities for a broad range of sports, with the cost largely picked up by donors. And in fact, Collier has enjoyed particular success since 2006 increasing the number of donors and the amounts they give to Butler athletics. In the latest edition of the IBJ Podcast, host Mason King asks Collier, now 68, whether he plans to retire soon. That leads o a conversation about long-term goals, his success in fundraising and improving Butler athletic facilities, and Butler's transition to the Big East. He looks to the past, including what he learned from Butler coaching legend Tony Hinkle, and to the future and his expectations for Butler basketball this year with the return of Thad Matta as head coach. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
Restraints of trade is a common law doctrine relating to the enforceability of contractual restrictions on freedom to conduct business. It is a precursor of modern competition law. In an old leading case of Mitchel v Reynolds (1711) Lord Smith LC said, It is the privilege of a trader in a free country, in all matters not contrary to law, to regulate his own mode of carrying it on according to his own discretion and choice. If the law has regulated or restrained his mode of doing this, the law must be obeyed. But no power short of the general law ought to restrain his free discretion. A contractual undertaking not to trade is void and unenforceable against the promisor as contrary to the public policy of promoting trade, unless the restraint of trade is reasonable to protect the interest of the purchaser of a business. Restraints of trade can also appear in post-termination restrictive covenants in employment contracts. United States. In the US, the first significant discussion occurred in the Sixth Circuit's opinion by Chief Judge (later US President and still later Supreme Court Chief Justice) William Howard Taft in United States v Addyston Pipe & Steel Company Judge Taft explained the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 as a statutory codification of the English common-law doctrine of restraint of trade, as explicated in such cases as Mitchel v Reynolds. The court distinguished between naked restraints of trade and those ancillary to the legitimate main purpose of a lawful contract and reasonably necessary to effectuation of that purpose. An example of the latter would be a non-competition clause associated with the lease or sale of a bakeshop, as in the Mitchel case. Such a contract should be tested by a "rule of reason," meaning that it should be deemed legitimate if "necessary and ancillary." An example of the naked type of restraint would be the price-fixing and bid-allocation agreements involved in the Addyston case. Taft said that "we do not think there is any question of reasonableness open to the courts to such a contract." The Supreme Court affirmed the judgment. During the following century, the Addyston Pipe opinion of Judge Taft has remained foundational in antitrust analysis. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/law-school/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/law-school/support
When William Howard Taft, our 27th president, began a tradition by throwing out the first pitch at the Washington Senators' opening day game in 1910, three presidents had been assassinated in the prior 45 years - the equivalent today of having three presidents assassinated while in office since 1977. Yet, Taft went to that ballgame on a whim that afternoon and sat right on the front row, by the Senators' dugout. It was a different time. Today we discuss ceremonial first pitches, presidential and otherwise. Also, the pennant races take shape and do the Padres have buyers' remorse?Baba Booey's first pitch 50 Cent's first pitchJohn Daly's first pitchPresident Harry S Truman's first pitchCheck It Out:Links may be NSFWAndrew recommends Magnolia Park's 2-song EP "Addison Rae"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLN1Gh13X9MRex recommends Culture Factory's collector's edition reissue of Samson's "Shock Tactics" from 1981. This is "Riding with the Angels"https://culturefactory-usa.com/product/samson-vinyl-lp-shock-tactics-coke-bottle-green-vinyl/Craig recommends "The Woman King," a film starring Academy, Emmy and Tony Award winner Viola Davis ("Fences") and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood ("Love & Basketball").https://www.thewomankingmov.com/Errata: The Blue Jays, not the Rays, were in 2nd place when H&R recorded this episode. The Florida - Georgia rivalry is known as the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party." SEC schools actually produce a lot of lawyers and doctors, including one who is a co-host. Nolan Ryan was born in 1947. "One Bitten Twice Shy" originally appeared on Ian Hunter's first solo album (self-titled).Hooks & Runs - www.hooksandruns.com (see the LinkTree)Hooks & Runs Discord - https://discord.gg/E43RK8FkHooks & Runs on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hooksandrunspcCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterLink: https://twitter.com/CraigEstlinbaumAndrew Eckhoff on Tik Tok (it's true)Link: https://www.tiktok.com/@hofffestRex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's Music Emporium) on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/people/Krazy-Karlz-Music-Emporium/100063801500293/Opening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and this episode are copyright Craig Estlinbaum, 2022, all rights reserved.
In 2013, the Indiana Legislature created a path for artisan distillers to produce and sell spirits to the public by the glass, bottle or case. The hope was to start a micro-distilling industry in Indiana, and one of the first businesses to take the leap was called Hotel Tango Distillery. It was co-founded by husband-and-wife attorneys Travis and Hilary Barnes. With the help of a handful of investors, they opened a production facility and tasting room in an early 20th century carriage house in the Fletcher Place neighborhood. In eight years, it has grown to three tasting rooms in Indiana and retail sales in 25 states and on 120 military bases around the world. For 2022, Travis Barnes expects total sales of about $6 million. Travis is a former Marine who served in the elite special operations Reconnaissance force. He enlisted right after 9/11, and it turned out to be a life-changing experience, going well beyond the serious injuries he suffered in Iraq. A lot of what he learned in the military is encoded in the values and processes of Hotel Tango. In this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, he discusses Hotel Tango's creation, its rocketing sales and how one of the state's first micro-distilleries could establish such a big footprint in less than a decade. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
The Indiana Fever just endured its worst season since joining the WNBA in 2000. On Aug. 14, it finished the season on an 18-game losing streak, posting a record of 5-31. The Fever won the WNBA title 10 years ago, but the team hasn't made the playoffs since 2016. It also hopes to see a major turnaround in attendance. Due to ongoing renovations at Gainbridge Fieldhouse, the team hosted home games in three arenas last season, and its average home crowd fell to about 1,800 fans. That's roughly a quarter of what it drew in the mid-2010s. In 2019, Allison Barber was named president and chief operating officer of the Fever, which already was in rebuild mode. Since then, the team has won roughly a quarter of its games. Barber has an impressive resume that includes significant communications and community relations positions at the American Red Cross, White House and Department of Defense. Prior to joining the Fever, she was chancellor of Western Governors University Indiana. In this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, host Mason King asks Barber why progress on the court has been so slow in coming. And Barber shares her take on the 2022 season, the franchise's new rebuild strategy, her top priorities in the off-season and the challenges of leading an organization mired in a rough transition. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
For the first time ever, each of us has our own individual type of alcohol as we pay up on our bets. Which is why Greg is sipping Colt 45, Josh is doing shots of Malort and Zack, who hasn't lost a bet, is enjoying Taft's Brewing Company's "Cincy Cobra" Citra IPA. It all ties in to our annual NFL Futures episode where we break down some of the NFL's season-long wagers while previewing the seasons ahead of Week 1 for the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns.
Check out today's episode with yoga teacher Joe Taft Joe is a humble and gifted yoga teacher whom i had the pleasure to take yoga classes with in Asheville, North Carolina. In our chat today, we take deep dive into: Why many older people turn to yoga Returning to love at older stages of life How to be more present The role of the economy towards driving us into the future When economy dictates your life vs being driven by presence The main thing people struggle with on the spiritual path right now How to be in the world - in the body Routine vs. Ritual How to heal trauma and pain from the past JOE'S SITE https://joetaftyoga.com AWAKENED LIFE TRIBE FB PAGE https://www.facebook.com/groups/awakenedlifetribe/
On this week's episode, Mike and Charlie drink local Oktoberfest brews from Taft's Brewing Co. & West Side Brewing in Cincinnati. Mike got Charlie riled up early with a "fan vote" on best NHL home jerseys. Then the guys eventually moved onto to college football picks for Week 2, and talked a little bit about the upcoming NFL season. Finale of the show, was a Last Call about dream cars/trucks. Follow co-host Mike on Twitter, and the show on Facebook and/or Instagram Subscribe & share the podcast on Anchor.fm, Spotify, Apple, Amazon Music, Google, & now YouTube! The intro and outro music was made royalty-free from pixabay.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/droptheglovessports/support
In this panel discussion, three Northwestern Medicine faculty members discuss innovations in GI psychology and navigating the brain-gut connection. They share criteria for patients, their clinical approaches to therapy and their latest research. This episode features:Anjali Uma Pandit, PhD, MPH, assistant professor of Medicine in the Divisions of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and of Psychiatry and Behavioral SciencesTiffany H. Taft, PsyD, research associate professor of Medicine in the Divisions of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Medical Social Sciences and Psychiatry and Behavioral SciencesKathryn N. Tomasino, PhD, assistant professor of Medicine in the Divisions of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
We want our kids to learn how money and personal finances work at a fairly early age so they learn how to make smart decisions. IBJ happens to have a good resource for this bit of childhood development: personal finance columnist Pete Dunn, aka Pete the Planner. He has two kids, ages 10 and 13, and has spent several years trying to imprint them with economic wisdom. IBJ Podcast host Mason King has a 6-year-old with a keen interest in money, so he has turned to Pete for his advice in this week's edition of the podcast. There are two kinds of advice here. There is the practical, mechanical side of money: yeaching your kids how to make money, how to save it, how to spend it, how to invest it and how to earn interest. Pete has been guiding his daughter through hands-on experiences with money since at least the age of 7, as she buys shares of stock, starts internet businesses and helps pay the family's mortgage every month. The other kind of advice is more about values. How should you handle debt? How much should you rely on your family for financial help? Is becoming rich, by itself, a worthwhile goal? Is the experience of a teen working a regular job more or less valuable than trying to burnish a college resume with sports and academics? In the end, a lot of this advice is just as appropriate for adults. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
The WCPO High School Insider podcast includes interviews with Taft football coach Tyler Williams, Lakota West quarterback Mitch Bolden and playoff computer points analyst Joe Eitel. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Top Stories- A Bakersfield woman is behind bars after police discovered dozens of animals, some dead and some living in horrifying conditions, across multiple homes- Parts of a Taft neighborhood were forced to evacuate yesterday afternoon after a contractor ruptured a gas line- Murder charges have been dropped for two teens accused of setting a fire that killed two Porterville firefighters
Monument Circle is the heart of Indianapolis—and has been since the town of Indianapolis was platted in 1821. Unfortunately, the Circle is subject to the same wear and tear as any street. In the 1970s, its surface—both the street and the adjacent sidewalks—were replaced by red bricks. As a nod to the Circle's historic status, bricks are terrific. But those bricks must continually be replaced, which is a constant challenge for the city. More recently, it has become evident that the very foundation of the Circle below those bricks needs to be replaced. What's more—the conventional wisdom for more than a decade has been that we could do more to make the Circle more attractive, more pedestrian-friendly and more conducive to public gatherings. In 2014, the Ballard administration plotted a complete rebuild of the streets and sidewalks of Monument Circle and its four main spokes on Meridian and Market streets. The cost—$54 million—was prohibitive. The city has since embarked on similar projects along East and West Market Streets, which officials hope can serve as a kind of proof of concept for a Monument Circle redo. The Hogsett administration has dusted off the Ballard plan and is strategizing how to turn it into reality. It very likely will require a mix of city, state and federal funds, plus perhaps some philanthropic assistance, to the tune of $60 million. A circle seems like a simple shape, but this is a very complex puzzle for city officials. For this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, Dan Parker, director of the Indianapolis Department of Public Works, talks with host Mason King about the direction the city is taking and what roadblocks could be in the way. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
It's no small achievement that Gwendolyn Rogers correctly predicted that Hoosiers would pay a pretty penny for high-end baked goods in an environment right out of “Cinderella.” In 2014, she opened The Cake Bake Shop in Broad Ripple, transforming a free-standing home on the north side of the village into a kind of confectioner's paradise, populated with sparking accents and a cozy but high-end aesthetic. It offered regular table service, topped off with towering and indulgent cakes—including the deluxe chocolate cake she used to win the London Cake & Bake Show in 2013. In 2019, she opened a second Cake Bake Shop in Carmel. And in April of this year she announced that a longtime dream of hers had come true: The Walt Disney World Resort revealed that a Cake Bake Shop would open next year at Disney's BoardWalk. But there's a lot more to the Cake Bake story than the new location. Rogers has put a lot on the line over the last eight years to establish and grow the brand, including a hefty financial commitment. She was saved during the pandemic by a relationship with Williams Sonoma that made her cakes available on the high-end retailer's website. In eight years, she has gone from a single employee to nearly 190. But as she tells host Mason King in this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, she dreamed of opening in Disney World even before launching the Broad Ripple store. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
TAFT HIGH SCHOOL - BULLYING Let's talk about bullying - recent crime statistics in the U.S. National Crime Victimization Survey done by the American National Center for Education and the U.S. Bureau of Justice, indicated 22% of students said they had experienced bullying. And then layer on this statistic, although there's 22%, who said they experienced bullying, they believe only 20% of bullying is reported. Which means most kids experience bullying in some way or another. This episode explores the idea that sometimes bullying is used as an excuse....... and it's never an excuse for shooting. We discuss the case of Taft High School, a shooting that happened close to a month after the Sandy Hook Massacre but with very different outcomes. Message us on instagram : @conmunitypodcast @stopthekillingstories WANT TO SUPPORT US: Patreon.com/stopthekilling And for all things Katherine Schweit including where you can purchase her book STOP THE KILLING: How to end the mass shooting crisis head to: www.katherineschweit.com This is a CONmunity Podcast Production on the Killer Podcasts Network RESOURCES Stop the Bleed training FBI RUN, HIDE, FIGHT Check out our Zencastr offer here: zen.ai/stk Promo code: stk Supporting our sponsors supports the show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the late 90s, three DJs living in Italy spent a few hours creating a club track that couldn't even keep people on the dance floor. That would quickly change thanks to a little radio airplay, and before they knew it, “Blue” became an international hit. The song is equal parts catchy and silly, but what exactly is it about? This week, we're joined by Eric Taft to help figure it out. Beyond producing, engineering, and playing in The Great Heights Band and So Fetch, Eric is also secretly one of Eiffel 65's biggest fans. He helps us dive into the lyrics of “Blue” and figure out what's really happening in this Europop classic. If you like the show, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, follow us on our social media: Twitter: @1hitthunderpod Instagram: onehitthunderpodcast Wanna create your own podcast? Contact us at www.weknowpodcasting.com for more information. Visit punchlion.com for Punchline tour dates, news, and merch. Sign up for more One Hit Thunder on our Patreon www.patreon.com/OHTPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Known as Old Hickory to his fans, and King Andrew to his critics, Andrew Jackson was an outspoken, deeply divisive figure. When he was attacked by an assassin while leaving a funeral, the killer's gun miraculously misfired not once, but twice, and despite his old age Jackson retaliated by absolutely wailing on the guy, beating within an inch of his life. And, as it turns out, Andrew Jackson isn't the only president to survive an assassination attempt. Tune for more as Ben and Max explore the strange stories of Jackson, Taft and Roosevelt.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Five years after World War II ended, Winston Churchill said he was still amazed that the United States, which before WWII had a tiny military and was fully committed to isolationism, “were able not only to build up the armies and air force units, but also to find the leaders and vast staffs capable of handling enormous masses and of moving them faster and farther than masses have ever been moved in war before.” He was speaking in general about the United States, but much of the credit arguably was with Chief of Staff Gen. George Marshall and Secretary of War Henry Stimpson.From 1940 until the end of the war, Marshall and Stimson headed the army machine that ground down the Axis. Theirs was one of the most consequential collaborations of the twentieth century. According to Dwight Eisenhower, the two possessed more greatness than any other men he had ever met.The general and the secretary traveled very different paths to power. Educated at Yale, where he was Skull and Bones, and at Harvard Law, Henry Stimson joined the Wall Street law firm of Elihu Root, future secretary of war and state himself, and married the descendant of a Founding Father. He went on to serve as secretary of war under Taft, governor-general of the Philippines, and secretary of state under Hoover. An internationalist Republican with a track record, Stimson ticked the boxes for FDR, who was in the middle of a reelection campaign at the time. Thirteen years younger, George Marshall graduated in the middle of his class from the Virginia Military Institute (not West Point), then began the standard, and very slow, climb up the army ranks. During World War I he performed brilliant staff work for General Pershing. After a string of postings, Marshall ended up in Washington in the 1930s and impressed FDR with his honesty, securing his appointment as chief of staff.Today's guest is Edward Aldrich, author of The Partnership: George Marshall, Henry Stimson, and the Extraordinary Collaboration that Won World War II. Marshall and Stimson were two very different men who combined with a dazzling synergy to lead the American military effort in World War II, in roles that blended politics, diplomacy, and bureaucracy in addition to warfighting. They transformed an outdated, poorly equipped army into a modern fighting force of millions of men capable of fighting around the globe. They, and Marshall in particular, identified the soldiers, from Patton and Eisenhower to Bradley and McNair, best suited for high command. They helped develop worldwide strategy and logistics for battles like D-Day and the Bulge. They collaborated with Allies like Winston Churchill. They worked well with their cagey commander-in-chief. They planned for the postwar world. They made decisions, from the atomic bombs to the division of Europe, that would echo for decades.
Chuck Lofton was hired as a weather forecaster and anchor for WTHR Channel 13's “Sunrise” morning show when it debuted in 1985. He since has survived any number of severe weather events, including tracking tornados, as well as the notoriously fickle TV news business. But in March, he had a big health scare, followed by triple-bypass heart surgery and a two-month recovery off the air. At 65, he would seem to be a prime candidate for winding up his career and taking it easy. But in some ways, he is healthier now than he was five years ago, and he's enjoying the work more as well. At one point he assumed that 65 would be the end of his career, but now his attitude is much more open-ended. In this week's edition of the IBJ Podcast, Lofton chats with host Mason King about his longevity in the TV news business; the offers he's had—but not taken—to move up from the Indianapolis market; the close shaves he has experienced in the field; and whether there is room on local TV news to talk about the politically charged topic of climate change. The IBJ Podcast is brought to you by Taft.
Do you wonder what really needs to be done in preparation for an ask? I talk with Amanda about the work she has done in the last year plus in her role created and designed to work with all parts of the advancement team. Amanda has had success keeping constituents engaged at all levels. She compares her work to setting the table before a meal. Amanda Pulawski is Director of Constituent Engagement at The Taft School, an independent boarding school in Watertown, Connecticut. Prior to her current role at Taft, she was a member of the Annual Fund team and served as Director of Special Events. A passionate and creative professional, she works with each part of their Advancement team to connect the schools constituents to the institution through events, communication, engagement, and stewardship. Amanda works closely with volunteers of the school to ensure that their practices are relatable and engaging across generations and relationships. She is a volunteer herself, working as an advisor to The Red Rhino Fund a 9-student board tasked with raising funds to grant awards to local organizations in support of education, literacy, and the arts, is a member of the Connecticut Community Foundation Women's Giving Circle, and serves as Board President at her children's school. She graduated from Albertus Magnus with a degree in Humanities and attended Boston University's Center for Professional Education for Fundraising. She and her husband, Artie, have two boys Jack (5) and Owen (3). Subscribe to my website www.devdebrief.com or follow for more info on instagram @devdebrief --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/devdebrief/support
Sam hosts William Forbath, Associate Dean for Research at the University of Texas at Austin Law School, and Joseph Fishkin, Professor at the UCLA School of Law, to discuss their recent book The Anti-Oligarchy Constitution: Reconstructing the Economic Foundations of Democracy. Sam first runs through recent updates, from AOC and progressives pushing the White House to take action on Roe and the discovery of 46 dead migrants in an abandoned San Antonio trailer, to the GOP's insistence that, no, fundamentally undermining reproductive rights in the country ISN'T important, and everything is basically the same. Then, he's joined by William Forbath and Professor Joseph Fishkin as they dive right into the state of the public's relationship to the US Constitution, with the left lacking a vision of how it functions within the political society and the right having successfully ingrained it as central to how the constitution shapes policy, before situating our political era as a second Gilded Age defined by economic and political inequality, and why the left's lack of a constitutional vision means that these are not seen as constitutional issues. Next, they trace the recent history of how the two US parties relate to the court, with the institutionalist liberals basking in the afterglow of the Warren court while the GOP, since at least Nixon, has seen opposition to the Court's “progressive” nature as central to their victories. Forbath and Fishkin then jump back to the founders, assessing how they weighed their beliefs of a judicial system as central to a functioning democracy while understanding that it had no right to overrule the will of the people via the legislature, seeing the constitution as a check on the concentration of power to be used against governmental institutions, and thus puts forward a duty to legislate against economic and political concentration. They then shift to the rise of the anti-slavery Republican Party in the mid 19th Century and their vacation of the South as any semblance of a base until they had begun to dismantle the concentration of economic and political power in the region with the prevalence of slave owners and the electoral role of the 3/5ths clause, moving into an era of egalitarian constitutionalism emphasizing checks on concentrations of economic and political powers and a distribution of opportunity that extends across race gender, that saw the Reconstruction amendments (despite clear loopholes) attempt to reshape the role of the constitution. Next comes the 20th Century, as they walk through the rise of federal courts in the wake of the industrial revolution and the simultaneous populist political movement that came out against the rising concentration of wealth, with Taft attempting to build up the Court's stature as it became clear they were on the side of the corporation, only for his (physical and meta) attempts to culminate during the reign of FDR after he forced the anti-democratic court into lockstep with him. They wrap up the interview by looking at the lasting effects of the post-FDR Warren Court, and the current shattering of the view of the courts as apolitical, before looking forwards to the upcoming judicial attacks against legislative capacities and how we can move forwards in a way that bolsters the will of the people rather than the deification of the Courts. And in the Fun Half: Sam interviews special guest Saul Seder on the state of the 3rd grade, parental rights in the state of Disney, the superiority of Jim Carrey over his father, and summarizes highlights from the 2022 little league season. Then Sam and the crew dive into Cassidy Hutchinson's surprise hearing for the 1/6 committee, Kamala Harris' only solution to the Dobbs decision being still holding midterm elections (rather than…?), and a GOP candidates' commitment to cop brotherhood by refusing to acknowledge the existence of rape. Rudy describes the reverberations of his assault, Hutchinson covers Trump's violent outbursts on and leading up to 1/6, and Russia goes after Ukrainian civilians, plus, your calls and IMs! 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Immunity For Murder (Part 3 of 5) Trial & Verdict The trial and verdict~Taft's jail interview~A key witness is murdered~Where is Spongebob and does the prosecution care?~ Trial fairness hinges upon a Child Protective Services legal matter-the judge disallows CPS testimony which would have indicated that Veronica's accusers were lying~prosecution tries to cover up/misrepresent actual time of death~another witness (jail snitch) provides false testimony for state to save his own neck~verdict and life behind bars-only one hope left Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Immunity For Murder (Part 2 of 5)- The Bungled Investigation Early investigation- mistakes made~Pratt interview bungled~Taft interview~crime scene investigation sorely lacking~autopsy-time of death~the "cry ladies" making false accusations against Taft (as they were encouraged to do by the prosecuting team)~~evidence against Pratt (bloody fingerprints on diaper) ignored by prosecutor~ premature bad decision by lead investigator turns interest away from Pratt and toward Veroinica~Pratt given immunity for false testimony~gross malfeasance on behalf of entire prosecution. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices