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Best podcasts about Thomas Lane

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Kids Q The Music
Musical Book Reviews

Kids Q The Music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 12:30


It's been over a year since the last Rebecca Reads! If you didn't catch them last summer, Rebecca and her kids read a musical book each week on The Lane School of Music Facebook page. Now, very special guests Charles and Thomas Lane, are here to help Rebecca and Zara review their favourite musical books. They have books about piano playing bears, cats who compose and even a man who eats instruments. You are sure to find something new to add to your summer reading list!The Lane family's favourite musical books:Mole MusicWritten and illustrated by David McPhail The Bear and the PianoThe Bear, the Piano, the Dog, and the FiddleWritten and illustrated by David Litchfield I Know a Shy Fellow Who Swallowed a CelloWritten by Barbara GarrielIllustrated by John O'Brien Ketzel, the Cat Who ComposedWritten by Leslea NewmanIllustrated by Amy June Bates BecauseWritten by Mo WillemsIllustrated by Amber Ren Sign up for a free trial lesson: https://www.laneschoolofmusic.com/onlineHead to https://upperbeachesmusic.com/podcast to ask your music questions and Rebecca and Zara just might answer them on an upcoming episode!

Free Library Podcast
Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker | I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump's Catastrophic Final Year

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 63:14


In conversation with Andrea Mitchell, anchor of Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC and NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker are the authors of the #1 bestselling book A Very Stable Genius, a ''taut and terrifying'' account of Donald Trump's ''shambolic tenure in office to date'' (The New York Times). In I Alone Can Fix It, they use in-the-room sources to offer a detailed account of Trump and his enablers' disastrous handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the public protests following Minneapolis Police Department Officers Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J. Kueng, and Tou Thao's killing of George Floyd, and the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol Building. A national investigative reporter at The Washington Post, Leonnig won Pulitzer Prizes in 2014 for revealing the U.S. government's secret domestic surveillance efforts and in 2015 for her coverage of the Secret Service's misconduct and security failures. Her reporting about the Secret Service was the basis of her New York Times bestselling book Zero Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service. Leonnig offers on-air political analysis for NBC News and MSNBC. The senior Washington correspondent at the Post, Rucker was part of a team of Post reporters, which also included Leonnig, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for its coverage of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election. The recipient of the George Polk Award and the Aldo Beckman Award from the White House Correspondents' Association, Rucker also works as an on-air political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. Books with signed book plates will be mailed after the event. Please allow three weeks for delivery. U.S. orders only.  (recorded 7/28/2021)

AM Quickie
May 21, 2021: Republicans Ban History Education; FEMA Workers Are Exhausted; Gaza Ceasefire Takes Effect

AM Quickie

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 7:24


Welcome to Majority.FM's AM QUICKIE! Brought to you by justcoffee.coop TODAY'S HEADLINES: Republican state legislators across the country are passing laws to micromanage the history that gets taught in schools and make it seem like racism doesn’t exist. For some reason the party of bigoted white men is touchy about this particular subject. Meanwhile, forecasters are predicting another year of intense storms and wildfires. So it’s rather concerning that FEMA’s workforce is reportedly stretched to the breaking point. And lastly, after eleven days of fighting, Israel has agreed to a ceasefire in Gaza. The work of rebuilding is urgent, as Palestinian medical facilities are overwhelmed. THESE ARE THE STORIES YOU NEED TO KNOW: The curriculum wars continue. CBS News reports that this month, Idaho Governor Brad Little became the first Republican governor to sign into law a bill that restricts educators from teaching a concept called critical race theory. And more could follow: Nearly a dozen states have introduced similar Republican-backed bills that would direct what students can and cannot be taught about slavery in American history and the ongoing effects of racism. But critics say the legislation isn’t aimed at what children are learning in the classroom. Idaho’s law prohibits teaching that individuals are responsible for actions committed in the past by other members of the same sex, race, religion, et cetera. A proposal in Rhode Island would prevent teaching that the United States is fundamentally racist or sexist. However, proponents of critical race theory say it does not teach that any race is inherently racist, but how race is ingrained in our history. Jazmyne Owens, of the think tank New America, told CBS that the wave of legislation is; "aimed at erasing and whitewashing American history." For example, Owens pointed to a Texas bill that just passed in the state's House that bans discussion of privilege and white supremacy. The state bills have similar goals as two executive orders Donald Trump introduced, one that called for patriotic education and a one that sought to ban diversity training for federal workers. President Joe Biden has revoked both. But at this rate, Republicans will soon be pushing to ban schools entirely. FEMA Workers Are Exhausted This report on essential worker burnout comes from the New York Times. Workers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency have been scouting shelters for migrant children. They’ve been running coronavirus vaccination sites in Colorado, Massachusetts and Washington. And they are still managing the recovery from a string of record disasters starting with Hurricane Harvey in 2017. On the cusp of a destructive season of hurricanes and wildfires, just thirty eight hundred of the agency’s nearly fourteen thousand emergency workers are available now to respond to a new disaster. That’s twenty nine percent fewer than were ready to deploy at the start of last year’s hurricane period. FEMA has seldom been in greater demand – becoming a kind of 911 hotline for some of President Biden’s most pressing challenges. And the men and women who have become the nation’s first responders are tired. Deanne Criswell, Biden’s pick to run the agency, identified employee burnout as a major issue during her first all-hands FEMA meeting, according to Steve Reaves, president of the union local that represents employees. According to the Times, the shortage is severe for some categories of workers. Among the agency’s senior leadership, just three out of fifty three are currently available to deploy. Other specialized personnel have less than fifteen percent of their workers available. In interviews, current and former FEMA employees described twelve-hour days, canceled vacations, and not enough time to recover between assignments. Sounds like they should hire and train more staff and create some good-paying government jobs. Gaza Ceasefire Takes Effect At last, a breather. Al-Jazeera reports that Israel and Hamas agreed to a ceasefire yesterday to halt eleven days of fighting in the Gaza Strip. A statement from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said the security cabinet had unanimously accepted an Egyptian initiative for an unconditional ceasefire. Palestinian groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad then confirmed the ceasefire in a statement. At least two hundred and thirty two Palestinians, including sixty five children, have been killed. On the Israeli side, twelve people, including two children, have been killed. Following the announcement of a ceasefire, Egypt’s representative at the United Nations announced to member states that it will fund efforts to rebuild Gaza. And there is much rebuilding to be done. According to the Associated Press, the Gaza Strip’s already feeble health system has been brought to its knees. Hospitals have been overwhelmed with waves of dead and wounded from Israel’s bombardment. Many vital medicines are rapidly running out in the tiny, blockaded coastal territory, as is fuel to keep electricity going. Two of Gaza’s most prominent doctors, including the Number Two in Gaza’s coronavirus task force, were killed when their homes were destroyed during barrages. Just as Gaza was climbing out of a second wave of coronavirus infections, its only virus testing lab was damaged by an airstrike and has been shut. Health officials fear further outbreaks among tens of thousands of displaced residents crowded into makeshift shelters after fleeing massive barrages. And absolutely none of this needed to happen. AND NOW FOR SOME QUICKER QUICKIES: The Wall Street Journal reports that prosecutors in the case of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with abetting Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd told an appellate court yesterday they are considering adding a third-degree murder charge against the three men. Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane are expected to stand trial next March. They could have stopped Chauvin, but didn’t. According to the Houston Chronicle, Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Wednesday signed legislation that bans abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy and, in a first, would give nearly any Texan the ability to sue providers who they believe have broken the law. It is one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the nation and is certain to face legal challenges. Strike it down on the double! The Intercept reports that the Department of Homeland Security will be shutting down the controversial immigration prison in Georgia where dozens of women were subjected to nonconsensual gynecological procedures, including hysterectomies. The Irwin County Detention Center in Ocilla, Georgia, run by LaSalle Corrections, was the focus of criticism last fall when a nurse alleged pervasive medical misconduct. Good riddance. The Guardian reports that relations between the US and Russia have taken a tentative step forward after the Kremlin welcomed a decision by the Biden administration not to impose sanctions on a Russian pipeline delivering gas to Germany. Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, also reacted positively. Let’s everybody just hug it out, okay? AM QUICKIE - MAY 21, 2021 HOSTS - Sam Seder & Lucie Steiner WRITER - Corey Pein PRODUCER - Dorsey Shaw EXECUTIVE PRODUCER - Brendan Finn

Leid Stories
Leid Sotries - 05.11.21

Leid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 51:45


TOPIC: We continue yesterday's discussion on developments in the George Floyd case.   Minneapolis ex-cop Derek Chauvin, appealing his conviction on state murder and manslaughter charges in the killing of George Floyd last year, now faces federal charges related to the same crime.   Chauvin, 37, and three other fired cops -- Tou Tao, 34; J. Alexander Kueng, 26; and Thomas Lane, 37 -- face a laundry list of charges, including aiding and abetting second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter; second-degree unintentional murder; third degree murder; and second-degree manslaughter.   They were indicted on the federal charges Friday.  Their trials begin in August.   Chauvin was convicted last month on state murder and manslaughter charges for his key role in causing Floyd's death during a brutal attempted arrest.   QUESTION: If these new charges stick and all four ex-officers are found guilty in the federal trial, will that finally close the case?  

Leid Stories
Leid Stories - 05.10.21

Leid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 55:01


Derek Chauvin, three  former Minneapolis cops indicted on federal charges in killing of George Floyd last year. Trials to begin in August.  Chauvin was convicted last month on murder and manslaughter charges for his key role in causing Floyd's death during a violent arrest.   QUESTION: Assuming that these new charges stick and all four of these ex-officers -- Derek Chauvin, Tou Tao, J. Alexander Jueng, and Thomas Lane -- are found guilty of aiding and abetting the violent, fatal arrest of George Floyd, 46,  and failing to render medical aid -- will that finally close the case?

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Chauvin Federal Civil Rights Indictment, Farmer Sues Over Racist Relief Plan, Maxwell Plea Deal?​

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 107:00


Derek Chauvin and the other officers involved in the killing of George Floyd are indicted on new charges in Federal Court. A disabled farmer sues the Biden Administration over what he alleges is a discriminatory and racist COVID relief plan. Is Ghislaine Maxwell going to take a plea deal? And more! Join criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler in a discussion on the latest legal, criminal and political news, including:​• Special guest defense lawyer Larry “The DUI Guy” Forman from Kentucky joins the show! Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDUIGuy/​• A three-count federal indictment unsealed names Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J. Kueng and Tou Thao.​• U.S. Justice Department issues press release detailing the indictment process.​• The four ex-Minneapolis police officers are accused of willfully violating Floyd's civil rights.​• We review two federal indictments: one naming all four officer and one with additional charges for Chauvin.​• Disabled farmer sues the Biden Administration alleging discrimination in the COVID relief plan.​• U.S. Department of Agriculture announces on its website that the government will repay 120% of loans for certain “socially disadvantaged farmers”.​• Disabled farmer, Adam Faust, appears on Tucker Carlson's show with his lawyer to discuss.​• Victim's attorney in the Ghislaine Maxwell case suspects that she may be considering taking a plea deal – similar to Epstein's?​• Maxwell's brother sets up a support website for Ghislaine.​• Latest updates in Ghislaine's case from the federal court docket.​• Your questions from Locals.com after each segment!​​LIVECHAT QUESTIONS: ​• https://watchingthewatchers.locals.com/​​SAVE THE DATE – UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENTS!​• Saturday, May 22, 2021 @ 7-8 pm ET – WTW Locals Community Monthly Virtual Meet-up (via Zoom)​• Saturday, June 12 @ 12-2 pm / Noon ET – Law Enforcement Interaction Training Live Virtual Seminar with Robert (via Zoom)​• Saturday, June 26, 2021 @ 7-8 pm ET – WTW Locals Community Monthly Virtual Meet-up (via Zoom)​Events exclusive to Locals.com community supporters – learn more at https://watchingthewatchers.locals.com/ ​​NEW! EXISTENCE SYSTEMS ONLINE COURSE!​• www.robertgruler.com/existence-systems​​Connect with us:​• Locals! https://watchingthewatchers.locals.com​• Podcast (audio): https://watchingthewatchers.buzzsprout.com/​• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robertgruleresq​• Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/RobertGrulerEsq​• Robert Gruler Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RobertGrulerEsq/​• Miss Faith Instagram https://www.instagram.com/faithie_joy/​• Clubhouse: @RobertGrulerEsq @faith_joy​• Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/robertgruleresq​• Homepage with transcripts (under construction): https://www.watchingthewatchers.tv​​Don't forget to join us on Locals! https://watchingthewatchers.locals.com​​Why Locals? We head over to Locals to continue the conversation before, during and after the show. You can also grab the slides (and other stuff) from the show as well as a free PDF copy of Robert's book which is also available to buy on Amazon here: https://rcl.ink/hHB​​Other tips? Send to tips@rrlawaz.com or tag @RobertGrulerEsq on twitter.​​#WatchingtheWatchers #ChauvinTrial #Biden #Maxwell #Relief #Discrimination #DerekChauvin #GhislaineMaxwell #CovidRevief #BidenAdministration #Indictment #GrandJury #CivilRights #GeorgeFloyd

MPR News Update
Four ex-cops charged with violating George Floyd's federal civil rights

MPR News Update

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 5:18


A federal grand jury has indicted the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's killing last year on criminal civil rights charges. The indictment charges Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao with violating George Floyd's civil rights. Also, outdoor mask requirements ease in Minnesota, along with other restrictions. This is the MPR News evening update for Friday, May 7, 2021. Hosted by Nina Moini. Theme music by Gary Meister.

The Paul & Jordana Show
Rachel K. Paulose

The Paul & Jordana Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 6:40


Rachel K. Paulose is a Professor at the University of St. Thomas School of Law & former US State Attorney for Minnesota. Feds plan to indict Chauvin, 3 other officers: Federal prosecutors plan to ask a grand jury to indict Chauvin and the other three ex-officers involved in George Floyd's killing — J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao — on charges of civil rights violations, a source said. If the grand jury voted to indict, the former officers would face the new civil rights charges on top of the state's cases, meaning all four could be headed toward yet another criminal trial in federal court. Rachel discusses that and more with Paul and Jordana. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Leid Stories
Leid Stories - 04.22.21

Leid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 52:22


Three Cops Facing Trial As Chauvin's Help7ers In Murder of George Floyd. When Does Police Reform Begin? Minneapolis prosecutors,  having won convictions against 19-year police veteran Derek Chauvin on murder and manslaughter charges in the killing of George Floyd, are bracing  for a followup showdown in August. That's when three other officers--Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng--go on trial for aiding and abetting Chauvin's murder and manslaughter of Floyd, prosecutors say.  But when does police reform begin?    

Chillin With Teddy G
Day 3 Derek Chauvin Murder trial of George Floyd.

Chillin With Teddy G

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 33:11


Prosecutors in Derek Chauvin's murder trial introduced video from officer-worn body cameras into evidence Wednesday afternoon, giving jurors a first look at the perspectives of the four officers on the scene. The other former officers, Thomas Lane, J. Kueng and Tou Thao are charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter. They are expected to go to trial in August. Earlier on Wednesday, witness testimony and surveillance video shown in court provided the first glimpse of George Floyd's actions inside Cup Foods before his death. The surveillance footage from inside the store shows Floyd casually walking into Cup Foods and talking with customers and employees. The footage is the first piece of evidence in the trial taken from inside the convenience store before police were called on May 25 after an employee alleged that Floyd had tried to pass a counterfeit $20 bill. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Teddy-G/support

Sojourner Truth Radio
Mic Crenshaw & Kieran Knutson On The Trial of Derek Chauvin

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 26:30


Today on Sojourner Truth, we discuss the trial of Derek Chauvin, the white police officer who murdered George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, 2020. Chauvin's murder trial began on March 8, 2021, with opening statements beginning on Monday, March 29. This has become one of the most closely watched court cases in decades. Floyd, a Black father of three and a grandfather of two, was killed during an arrest after a store clerk claimed he used a counterfeit $20 bill. Chauvin, one of the four police officers who arrived on the scene, handcuffed him and slammed him face-down on the street. Three other officers - Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng - restrained Floyd and another prevented passersby from defending Floyd. They have also been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. Chauvin proceeded to kneel on Floyd's neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, preventing him from breathing. As he was pinned under Chauvin's knee, Floyd repeatedly cried out for help and said that he couldn't breathe. During the final two minutes of him being pinned down, Floyd was motionless and had no pulse. The Minneapolis police took no immediate action to directly treat him and Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd's neck until medics arrived. Following Floyd's murder, Chauvin was fired and charged with second-degree murder. In the following weeks, protests against systemic racism and in solidarity with Black lives erupted in cities across the United States and around the world. Protests began in Minneapolis, but quickly spread to over 2,000 cities and towns in over 60 countries, according to The Guardian. Some polls have estimated that as many as 26 million people participated in the demonstrations. Our guests are Mic Crenshaw, Kieran Knutson and Nana Gyamfi. Mic Crenshaw was born and raised in Chicago and Minneapolis and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Crenshaw is an independent hip hop artist, respected emcee, poet, educator and activist. Crenshaw is the Lead U.S. Organizer for the Afrikan HipHop Caravan and uses Cultural Activism as a means to develop international solidarity related to Human Rights and Justice through Hip Hop and Popular Education. Mic is the NW Regional Director of Hip Hop Congress. Kieran is President of CWA Local 7250 and has been active in protests in solidarity with George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Kieran is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Nana Gyamfi is an attorney, consultant, educator, activist, the Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), and the President of the National Conference of Black Lawyers.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: March 30, 2021

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 5:04


Today on Sojourner Truth, we discuss the trial of Derek Chauvin, the white police officer who murdered George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, 2020. Chauvin's murder trial began on March 8, 2021, with opening statements beginning on Monday, March 29. This has become one of the most closely watched court cases in decades. Floyd, a Black father of three and a grandfather of two, was killed during an arrest after a store clerk claimed he used a counterfeit $20 bill. Chauvin, one of the four police officers who arrived on the scene, handcuffed him and slammed him face-down on the street. Three other officers - Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng - restrained Floyd and another prevented passersby from defending Floyd. They have also been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. Chauvin proceeded to kneel on Floyd's neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, preventing him from breathing. As he was pinned under Chauvin's knee, Floyd repeatedly cried out for help and said that he couldn't breathe. During the final two minutes of him being pinned down, Floyd was motionless and had no pulse. The Minneapolis police took no immediate action to directly treat him and Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd's neck until medics arrived. Following Floyd's murder, Chauvin was fired and charged with second-degree murder. In the following weeks, protests against systemic racism and in solidarity with Black lives erupted in cities across the United States and around the world. Protests began in Minneapolis, but quickly spread to over 2,000 cities and towns in over 60 countries, according to The Guardian. Some polls have estimated that as many as 26 million people participated in the demonstrations. Our guests are Mic Crenshaw, Kieran Knutson and Nana Gyamfi. Mic Crenshaw was born and raised in Chicago and Minneapolis and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Crenshaw is an independent hip hop artist, respected emcee, poet, educator and activist. Crenshaw is the Lead U.S. Organizer for the Afrikan HipHop Caravan and uses Cultural Activism as a means to develop international solidarity related to Human Rights and Justice through Hip Hop and Popular Education. Mic is the NW Regional Director of Hip Hop Congress. Kieran is President of CWA Local 7250 and has been active in protests in solidarity with George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Kieran is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Nana Gyamfi is an attorney, consultant, educator, activist, the Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), and the President of the National Conference of Black Lawyers.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Nana Gyamfi On The Trial of Derek Chauvin

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 19:10


Today on Sojourner Truth, we discuss the trial of Derek Chauvin, the white police officer who murdered George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, 2020. Chauvin's murder trial began on March 8, 2021, with opening statements beginning on Monday, March 29. This has become one of the most closely watched court cases in decades. Floyd, a Black father of three and a grandfather of two, was killed during an arrest after a store clerk claimed he used a counterfeit $20 bill. Chauvin, one of the four police officers who arrived on the scene, handcuffed him and slammed him face-down on the street. Three other officers - Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng - restrained Floyd and another prevented passersby from defending Floyd. They have also been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. Chauvin proceeded to kneel on Floyd's neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, preventing him from breathing. As he was pinned under Chauvin's knee, Floyd repeatedly cried out for help and said that he couldn't breathe. During the final two minutes of him being pinned down, Floyd was motionless and had no pulse. The Minneapolis police took no immediate action to directly treat him and Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd's neck until medics arrived. Following Floyd's murder, Chauvin was fired and charged with second-degree murder. In the following weeks, protests against systemic racism and in solidarity with Black lives erupted in cities across the United States and around the world. Protests began in Minneapolis, but quickly spread to over 2,000 cities and towns in over 60 countries, according to The Guardian. Some polls have estimated that as many as 26 million people participated in the demonstrations. Our guests are Mic Crenshaw, Kieran Knutson and Nana Gyamfi. Mic Crenshaw was born and raised in Chicago and Minneapolis and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Crenshaw is an independent hip hop artist, respected emcee, poet, educator and activist. Crenshaw is the Lead U.S. Organizer for the Afrikan HipHop Caravan and uses Cultural Activism as a means to develop international solidarity related to Human Rights and Justice through Hip Hop and Popular Education. Mic is the NW Regional Director of Hip Hop Congress. Kieran is President of CWA Local 7250 and has been active in protests in solidarity with George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Kieran is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Nana Gyamfi is an attorney, consultant, educator, activist, the Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), and the President of the National Conference of Black Lawyers.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: March 30, 2021 - The Trial of Derek Chauvin

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 58:59


Today on Sojourner Truth, we discuss the trial of Derek Chauvin, the white police officer who murdered George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, 2020. Chauvin's murder trial began on March 8, 2021, with opening statements beginning on Monday, March 29. This has become one of the most closely watched court cases in decades. Floyd, a Black father of three and a grandfather of two, was killed during an arrest after a store clerk claimed he used a counterfeit $20 bill. Chauvin, one of the four police officers who arrived on the scene, handcuffed him and slammed him face-down on the street. Three other officers - Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng - restrained Floyd and another prevented passersby from defending Floyd. They have also been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. Chauvin proceeded to kneel on Floyd's neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, preventing him from breathing. As he was pinned under Chauvin's knee, Floyd repeatedly cried out for help and said that he couldn't breathe. During the final two minutes of him being pinned down, Floyd was motionless and had no pulse. The Minneapolis police took no immediate action to directly treat him and Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd's neck until medics arrived. Following Floyd's murder, Chauvin was fired and charged with second-degree murder. In the following weeks, protests against systemic racism and in solidarity with Black lives erupted in cities across the United States and around the world. Protests began in Minneapolis, but quickly spread to over 2,000 cities and towns in over 60 countries, according to The Guardian. Some polls have estimated that as many as 26 million people participated in the demonstrations. Our guests are Mic Crenshaw, Kieran Knutson and Nana Gyamfi. Mic Crenshaw was born and raised in Chicago and Minneapolis and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Crenshaw is an independent hip hop artist, respected emcee, poet, educator and activist. Crenshaw is the Lead U.S. Organizer for the Afrikan HipHop Caravan and uses Cultural Activism as a means to develop international solidarity related to Human Rights and Justice through Hip Hop and Popular Education. Mic is the NW Regional Director of Hip Hop Congress. Kieran is President of CWA Local 7250 and has been active in protests in solidarity with George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Kieran is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Nana Gyamfi is an attorney, consultant, educator, activist, the Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), and the President of the National Conference of Black Lawyers.

Roshini Rajkumar
3-21-21 - Real Talk with Roshini - Earl Gray

Roshini Rajkumar

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 16:17


Earl Gray is the Attorney for defendant Thomas Lane. Thomas Lane, the former Minneapolis Police Officer is being charged with aiding and abetting both second-degree murder and manslaughter. Mr. Gray watched the Chauvin trial jury selection with even more interest than most of us. Now that 13 jurors have been seated, and Judge Cahill ruled against changing venue and for including May 2019 video, Earl Gray shares how these rulings and this trial’s outcome might affect his client’s trial in August. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business of Bees
The Death of George Floyd: Police on Trial, Ep. 1

Business of Bees

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 19:13


The trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged with second-degree unintentional felony murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, begins this week with the task of finding 12 jurors who can set aside their opinions and render a unanimous verdict. But in a high-profile case such as this, with so many strong opinions already formed, criminal law experts are saying that jury selection may be the most critical piece of the case. The question at the heart of the case is whether what millions of people saw on the viral video of Chauvin kneeling on the neck of Floyd as he died was murder or a tragic accident.. In advance of what very well could be the highest profile court case since O.J. Simpson or Rodney King, officials in Minnesota have spent the last eight months preparing for another wave of civil unrest. Barricades and fences have been erected in front of government buildings and thousands of police officers and National Guard members and have been called in as backup. Law enforcement has vowed to preserve people’s rights to assemble and protest, but also keep the peace. The three other officers involved in the case, Tou Thao, Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane are charged with aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter. Their separate trial is now scheduled for Aug. 23. We talk to Jack Rice, a Minneapolis-based defense attorney, and Glenn Kirschner, a former federal prosecutor with 30 years of trial experience, about the intricacies of picking a jury in a pandemic. Reporter Jordan Rubin also joins to lay out the basics of the case Here is a link to the full 16-page jury questionnaire.

Ascent Church
Where My Worth Is Found | 2.7.21

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 37:50


Today, we kick off our new series "This Is Us." // Today, we're talking all about relationships and learning how to apply Biblical principles to help us in our circles of influence! Join us for encouraging message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane. Here we go!

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Douglass Mackey aka Ricky Vaughn Arrested, Ghislaine Maxwell Jurors, George Floyd Priors Precluded

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 134:11


Department of Justice files criminal complaint against conservative social media influencer Ricky Vaughn for election memes. Ghislaine Maxwell does not want white people on her jury panel. Bad cops want to talk about George Floyd's criminal priors but are denied. Biden administration makes some moves in the justice department. And more! Join criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler to discuss the latest criminal, political and legal news, including:• Douglass Mackey, aka Ricky Vaughn, social media influencer arrested and taken into custody for "undermining voting rights"• Criminal complaint for Douglass Mackey filed in the Eastern District of New York - we review the documents• Ghislaine Maxwell does not want so many white jurors on her case and asked the court to dismiss the charges• Bad Popos Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng stopped from discussing George Floyd's prior offenses in court• Capitol police via Yogananda D. Pittman admit they knew about militia and white supremacist groups prior to the Capitol Hill Riots• Senator Chuck Schumer moving to expand the federal judiciary in order to create new vacancies for Biden• President Biden signs new executive order seeking to phase out private prisons• Philadelphia police rule a death a homicide instead of a suicide 10 years later - what happened?• Canadians moving quickly to also criminalize "hate speech" online• As always, your questions and live chat after the news!The show starts at 5pm AZ time (4pm PT, 6pm Central, 7pm ET).NEW! Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/robertgruleresqNEW! Audio only podcast: https://watchingthewatchers.buzzsprout.comDon't forget to join us on Locals! https://watchingthewatchers.locals.comHead over to Locals to continue the conversation before and after the show. You can also grab the slides (and other stuff) from the show as well as a free PDF copy of Robert's book which is also available to buy on Amazon here: https://rcl.ink/hHBOther tips? Send to tips@rrlawaz.com or tag @RobertGrulerEsq on twitter.#WatchingtheWatchers #RickyVaughn #GeorgeFloyd #GhislaineMaxwell #DouglassMackey #CapitolHillRiots #Biden #Schumer #BadpopNEW! Homepage with transcripts (under construction): https://www.watchingthewatchers.tv

Ascent Church
When Negativity Attacks | 11.29.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020 34:54


"To build what God is calling you to build, you must deal with the negative voices."In today's message from Thomas Lane, we'll continue in our ARISE journey as we look at Nehemiah 3 and what it means to truly take up that calling that God has equipped us all with. "The I AM can handle the WHAT IF"

Ascent Church
Conversations With The King | 11.22.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 41:05


Arise // Week 2. Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane.

AM Quickie
Oct 23, 2020: Trump 'Malarkey' Loses Debate

AM Quickie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 6:41


Welcome to Majority.FM's AM QUICKIE! Brought to you by justcoffee.coop TODAY'S HEADLINES: A low-energy Donald Trump whined and moaned his way through a second debate with Joe Biden. The Democratic nominee laid out Trump’s many failures on the coronavirus response, national security and more. Meanwhile, it turns out the Taliban’s Air Force is based out of a high-tech American command center. A new report reveals US drone operators have secretly been helping the Taliban on missions in remote eastern Afghanistan. And lastly, a judge upholds a murder charge against the cop who killed George Floyd. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison calls the ruling an important step forward. THESE ARE THE STORIES YOU NEED TO KNOW: Joe Biden and Donald Trump met at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee last night for their second and final debate. Kristen Welker of NBC News moderated – this time, with the help of a mute button for Trump’s inevitable filibusters. As an opener, Biden reminded viewers that more than two hundred thousand Americans have died from the coronavirus and said QUOTE if you don’t hear anything else I say, hear this: anyone who’s responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America ENDQUOTE. He said Trump’s promises of a vaccine in a few weeks’ time is a lie. Trump, in his typical rambling fashion, struggled to defend his record on the pandemic. Of catching the coronavirus, he said QUOTE I learned a lot. I learned a lot ENDQUOTE. To which Biden responded QUOTE Learning to live with it? Come on, we’re dying with it... We’re about to lose two hundred thousand more people. ENDQUOTE. Trump’s tone was markedly whiny throughout. Biden remained sharply on the offensive. It will probably go down as one of the better nights of his otherwise unobtrusive campaign. US drones support Taliban The Washington Post reports that American forces in Afghanistan have made a practice of providing air support to the Taliban, which is fighting a local ISIS group in the eastern province of Konar. Inside the Joint Special Operations Command counterterrorism task force based at Bagram air base, the team working on this mission is jokingly known as QUOTE the Taliban Air Force ENDQUOTE. There is reportedly no direct US military communication with the Taliban on these missions. Instead, drone pilots try to guess where Taliban commanders need help by remotely observing battle conditions and listening in on the group. Even though the Taliban is fighting the Islamic State, it remains allied with al-Qaeda, the enemy that brought US troops to Afghanistan in the first place. Last fall and winter, as the JSOC task force was conducting the strikes, the Trump administration’s public line was that it was hammering the Taliban harder than they have ever been hit before. In reality, the US military has been quietly helping the Taliban in Konar. Loren Crowe, who was shot in the leg as an infantry company commander in Konar, told the Post that he worried that the military was acting like a hammer seeking nails to pound. Crowe added that the local militants who comprise ISIS groups in Konar may not be so big a threat to Americans as they’ve been made out to be. After two decades of war, it’s no wonder we’ve lost track of who we’re supposed to be fighting and why. George Floyd case advances A judge in Minnesota yesterday upheld second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter charges against the former Minneapolis officer in the killing of George Floyd, CBS News reports. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill dismissed a lesser charge of third- degree murder against the officer, Derek Chauvin. Cahill also declined to dismiss charges of aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter against the other officers involved: Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane. Chauvin was the one who pressed his knee into Floyd's neck during a May arrest as the handcuffed Black man begged, “I can't breathe.” The judge noted that Chauvin’s demeanor never changed despite Floyd’s plaintive cries and demands from the bystanders. In his ruling, Cahill found probable cause exists for the state to prove the charges against Thao, Kueng and Lane and the more serious charges against Chauvin. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, whose office is handling the prosecution, called the ruling QUOTE an important, positive step forward in the path toward justice for George Floyd, his family, our community, and Minnesota ENDQUOTE. According to CBS, Judge Cahill is still deciding whether the jury should be anonymous; if the trial should happen in Hennepin County; and whether the officers involved should have separate trials. AND NOW FOR SOME QUICKER QUICKIES: Politico reported yesterday that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is considering a position in Biden’s cabinet, possibly as Labor Secretary. Two people close to Sanders, including one former aide, said Sanders is keen to join a potential Biden administration and has reached out to allies on the transition team. Robert Reich, who served as Labor Secretary in the Clinton administration, said Sanders would be QUOTE terrific ENDQUOTE. We know! A four hundred and sixty five-page transcript of a deposition from 2016 given by Ghislaine Maxwell was released yesterday. In that testimony, the Miami Herald reports, Maxwell denied all knowledge of illegal sex trafficking by her friend, the late Jeffrey Epstein. But, as the Herald points out, she also made claims that contradict her sworn statements elsewhere. We’ll see if Maxwell can get her stories straight as her trial moves forward. A wildfire in Colorado exploded sixfold in size in one day, causing hundreds to evacuate and turning the sky an eerie shade of orange. The Washington Post reports that the East Troublesome Fire has all the hallmarks of climate change. It’s burning at an elevation of nine thousand feet at a time of year when snow should be falling, during a severe drought aggravated by record heat. Yikes. New York City, Seattle and Portland filed a lawsuit yesterday to invalidate their designation by the Trump administration as QUOTE anarchist jurisdictions ENDQUOTE. Announcing the lawsuit, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan called Trump’s threats an unlawful abuse of federal power. She added QUOTE It’s immoral, unconstitutional, and shameful that we are forced to expend any resources on this political theater ENDQUOTE. Anarchists, meanwhile, are delighted at the prospect of no longer being associated with Mayors Durkan, Ted Wheeler, and Bill de Blasio. That’s all for the AM Quickie. Join us this afternoon on the Majority Report. OCT 23, 2020 - AM QUICKIE HOSTS - Sam Seder & Lucie Steiner WRITER - Corey Pein PRODUCER - Dorsey Shaw EXECUTIVE PRODUCER - Brendan Finn

Digging Deeper with Brian Hale
#002 - Manufactured Murder

Digging Deeper with Brian Hale

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2020 27:35


Adapted from the article at https://www.tierneyrealnewsnetwork.com/post/the-truth-about-george-floyd-antifa-cair-keith-ellison-s-minnesotaTierney asks for your support if you like her writingHere's the truth about this case they don't want you to know. It only took the Communists 9 days to engineer Floyd's death, loot & torch Minneapolis, shut down the Minneapolis police department & start race riots across America! They pulled another Jussie & the world fell for it. Here's body cam footage from rookie officer Thomas Lane that was leaked two months AFTER Floyd's death - which proves it was NOT a racist murder & that Floyd was high, belligerent and resisted arrest for over 10 minutes. The autopsy showed he did NOT die from asphyxiation or trauma - he died from heart failure due to lethal levels of fentanyl, heroin & meth in his system.Why did they do this? So Communists can build a huge corridor of new public housing on Lake Street for absentee ballot mills to control the vote in Minnesota from Hennepin County, dismantle the police & push through cheat-by-mail for the Democrats.CAIR, ANTIFA, Black Lives Matter, Black Bloc, the Youth Liberation Front, Occupy Wall Street & Sojourners are all front organizations for the Communist Party in the United States. They operate liberal activist groups, fake religious groups, social justice groups & mercenaries whose goal is the overthrow of America. AG Barr just declared left-wing ANTIFA a terrorist organization. It is a militant group that was started in 1932 by the COMMUNIST Party of Germany. It has since infiltrated and overtaken many other organizations in America. George Floyd had prior connections to Keith Ellison, Mayor Jacob Frey, Hollywood, CAIR, Derek Chauvin & Amy Klobuchar.Keith Ellison is the defacto leader of ANTIFA & CAIR in Minnesota and Ilhan Omar is one of his creations. Keith Ellison & Ilhan Omar use the same "campaign manager" known for his expertise in "foreign money" handling, Tim Mynett. Ilhan Omar even married Tim Mynett for spousal privilege after she married her gay brother for immigration fraud. Ellison's son, Jeremiah, who runs the Minneapolis City Council, just pledged his allegiance to ANTIFA & his plan to shut down the police department & replace it with "community out-reach." Keith Ellison is good friends with the LEADER of Portland's Rose City ANTIFA, Luis Enrique Marquez, which flies the Communist flag. Ellison converted to Islam in law school, was a student of Farrakhan, once defended cop killers, called for reparations & a separate country for black people within America, and wrote many racist articles under the name of Keith Hakim Mohammad X. He changed his name when he ran for office in Minnesota. George Floyd & Derek Chauvin KNEW each other & worked security together at a Latino restaurant, called El Nuevo Rodeo, on Lake Street & 27th in Minneapolis. The face of that restaurant, Maya Santamaria, with a history of problems, ran the business for the Sabri family who want to develop Lake Street for the refugee community as an extension of Cedar Riverside. Santamaria & Frey are good friends. Sabri, from Jordan, is the developer behind the Somali mall on East Lake Street - and wants to build ANOTHER Somali mall on East Lake Street. His projects are backed by Ellison, Omar & Frey. Sabri has long wanted to build condominiums on Lake Street and been turned down. Sundance reports that the El Nuevo Rodeo restaurant is likely a money-laundering & counterfeit money front for the Sabri family that was forced to close during COVID. El Nuevo was looted during the riots. Omar Investments Inc. has owned El Nuevo Rodeo Cantina and night club since 1996. The principle of Omar Investments Inc. is Muna Sabri. In 2001, Basim Sabri was captured by the FBI in a sting operation. The Sabris are a wealthy family with a history of bribing Minneapolis city officials.Basim Sabri claimed that Abdi Warsame, who sits on Ellison's Minneapolis City Council, took bribes from him. Born in Somalia, Warsame was brought to Minnesota from London by Soros to master the absentee ballot vote in Minnesota and FLIP it blue. He began by running Cedar Riverside & turning it into a ballot making machine - which elected Ilhan Omar & Keith Ellison. He's succeeded in controlling the vote in Minnesota through voter fraud & 3rd party ringers. Derek Chauvin worked at El Nuevo Rodeo for 17 years. That puts Derek Chauvin showing up to work security at El Neuvo Rodeo right after the FBI busted Basim Sabri. Chauvin received a COMMENDATION medal after he arrested violent gang members outside El Nuevo Rodeo in 2008.Cup Foods owner, Mahmoud Abumayyaleh, a Black Lives Matter activist from the Middle East, whose employee called the cops on George Floyd for passing a wet $20 counterfeit bill, knew George Floyd - who was a regular at the store. Who else did Mahmoud know? Cup Foods has a checkered past. It was Mahmoud's Facebook post that announced George's death and called it a racist murder. The day after George's death, Mahmoud went on every major network to tell his story and called for the immediate arrest of all 4 officers. His partners at CAIR did the same thing.Within 6 hours after George died, a "community journalist" associated with Mahmoud and BLM had sent the "video" to the media & the family hired Ben Crumb, the attorney behind Trayvon Martin, and Shaun King of Black Lives Matters was ratcheting up the noise. Within 12 hours, Frey held a press conference with the MPD. Within 18 hours, all 4 officers were fired. An hour later, Frey led a Town Hall on the case. It's like it was all planned ahead of time. Members of CAIR "filmed" George Floyd's death outside Cup Foods in Minneapolis and erected a large portrait of Floyd on the street. They wore Black Lives Matter shirts and handed out sambusas, or stuffed pastries, to mourners in Elliot Park in Minneapolis.It took Frey 4 days to respond to the riots, after the entire city had been looted & burned, but within 6 hours he planned a press conference on the Floyd death? PLANNED. There is body cam footage from all 4 officers which we've NEVER seen, only the cell phone video from a stranger and the Cup Foods surveillance video from a man who is anti-American, anti-police and works for Black Lives Matters. Why?The first two officers on the scene, when called from Cup Foods about George Floyd passing a counterfeit $20 bill, were rookies, each with less than 4 shifts as police officers. It was his FOURTH day as a police officer when Thomas Lane, 37, pulled his weapon on George Floyd and asked him to put his hands on the steering wheel of his car. Lane asked Floyd if he was ON something due to the foam coming out of his mouth. Floyd mumbled "I can't breathe."J Alexander Kueng, 26, is a rookie cop who was working his THIRD SHIFT EVER as a police officer when he encountered George Floyd. He stood on the passenger side of Floyd's car, while Lane held a gun on him. Kueng, who identifies as an African-American, now faces 40 years in prison for the so-called "racist murder" of a fellow African-American.Chauvin and his partner showed up late to the scene and helped the two rookies try to maneuver Floyd into the patrol car. They failed. Chauvin pulled him to the ground and kneeled on him. Many believe the man who kneeled on Floyd was NOT really Chauvin but a stand-in. Look at this photo of Chauvin 2 years ago with his wife, a Laos refugee, who ran for Mrs Minnesota in 2018. And this photo of the original mug shot compared to the kneeler. You decide. Not only was Chauvin employed by El Nuevo Rodeo for 17 years, he and he wife are real estate agents, own a home in Minnesota AND Florida, are residents of Florida and run an AirBNB there. Up until last week, Chauvin's wife said he was the "most gentle" man she's ever known. Now she filed for divorce and said he's a murderer. Quite a shift in a short period. Even more confusing, the media is now claiming Chauvin is a Republican who committed voter fraud while being a Florida resident. Think about that latest spin to tie Trump & Republicans to his actions. George Floyd had sickle cell anemia & heart disease & lethal levels of fentanyl & heroin in his body as well as meth, speed & marijuana in his body at the time of death. No one mentions this at all. Why?Sickle cell anemia reduces oxygen to your brain & tissues and lowers life expectancy by over 20 years in a HEALTHY individual. Fentanyl slows oxygen to your brain & both meth & speed can cause cardiac arrest. The autopsy was performed on May 26th but the actual report was not released to the public until days later, AFTER cities were torched & burned. The toxicology report was complete on May 31st but the results were quietly released to the public on June 4th. Why?Floyd tested positive for COVID two months ago, so he DID NOT die from that. He had recovered & had anti-bodies. Fake narrative to cover the drugs.Floyd held a gun to a pregnant woman's stomach, while ransacking her home for money & drugs in Texas in 2007, & served 5 years in prison for armed robbery. He came to Minnesota in 2014 when he got out. How did he get a job working security with Chauvin? Who did his background check?George Floyd was a porn star - his screen name was BIG FLOYD - and his "work" appeared on a Middle-Eastern porn site called Habib... Klobuchar declined to prosecute Derek Chauvin for a police shooting that took place in 2006 that went to a grand jury. He was later cleared. So she knew who he was. If people think Communists wouldn't drug, murder or pay someone to be a patsy to start a race riot to get rid of the police, and engineer a murder for the cameras, you need to get out in the real world!Within 24 hours of Floyd's death, thousands of rioters looted & torched Minneapolis while the police stood down and let it burn. It didn't JUST happen. Engineered by Communists!

Ascent Church
Take a Breath | 8.16.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2020 32:38


"Strength lies in vulnerability."____ In today's message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane, we'll talk about what it means to slow down and focus on why Jesus is truly all we need. The Holy Spirit fills us with life each and every day and that is something to praise Him for.

Ascent Church
Time To Refocus | 8.9.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 31:30


"Worship is refocusing."____ In today's message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane, we'll talk about what it means to truly take time to refocus on the meaning of worship and heart behind our giving. You can’t worship unless you declare- I’m yours. We can’t declare “I’m yours” unless we surrender everything.It's time to refocus!

Ascent Church
Worship Through It | 8.2.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2020 30:19


"Worship makes us slow down."____ In today's message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane, we'll start a new series called "Summer Setlist" exploring the scriptural depth behind some of our favorite worship songs. Today, we're unpacking the song "The Blessing" by Kari Jobe and Elevation Worship. Let's dive in. // "Because of the sacrifice, we get the blessing."

Ascent Church
The Power of Progress | 7.26.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2020 38:04


"The way to destroy the biggest walls starts with the smallest steps"____ In today's message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane, we'll talk about what how the biggest lie the enemy can tell you is that one "Yes" can't make a difference. We'll read through the story of Joshua and Jericho. Don't settle for 6!

Ascent Church
I'm Not Mad, I'm Disappointed | 7.19.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2020 34:27


" When you seek a plan, you find frustration. When you seek God, you find a plan."____ In today's message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane, we'll explore what it means to put God in a box and how easily we can equate God with our plan. Together, let's learn what it means to fully rely on the voice of God.

Ascent Church
My God is Louder | 7.12.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2020 27:38


We Back Sunday. Thomas Lane.

Chad Hartman
Attorney Earl Gray on representing former officer Thomas Lane

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2020 22:35


Attorney Earl Gray is representing former officer Thomas Lane and filed a motion to have those charges dismissed today. He joined us to explain why.

The Dan Abrams Podcast
The Dan Abrams Podcast on the Trial of Officers Involved in George Floyd Killing

The Dan Abrams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2020 29:46


Dan Abrams talks about a judge denying audiovisual coverage of hearings in the trial of Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao, the officers charged in George Floyd's death on May 25th.

GrassRoot Ohio
#BLM #ChristopherColumbusStatue Comes Down- C Austin

GrassRoot Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2020 30:00


5:00pm EST GrassRoot Ohio radio, 94.1FM & streaming at wgrn.org, Host Carolyn Harding w/ Christopher Austin, the originator of the petition to take down the Statue of Christopher Columbus in front of the Columbus City Hall. http://chng.it/brNFFqVm72 Christopher Austin graduated from Otterbein University with a major in Theatre and received his Master's Degree in Pastoral and Professional Counseling from Methodist Theological School. He has received awards for his theatrical performances and completed his first feature film “Things Are Tough All Over,” directed by local film maker Chris Bournea. Christopher has worked in the field of counseling and social work for 6 years and has received recognition and awards for his work in the field. He is active in the Columbus community with the goal helping people find their voice of empowerment through the arts, volunteering in religious and community outreach, and social activism. On Memorial Day, Monday, May 25), George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, and was aided and abetted by officers J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao. Since then there has been no peace in Minneapolis, all over the states and around the world. Here in Columbus there are rallies, protests and marches daily and nightly. The Columbus Police have used aggression and violence -pepper spray, mace, wooden and rubber bullets, flash-bang grenades on those exercising their First Amendment Rights. People are being injured, harmed: A young woman has died from complications after being sprayed by chemical agents, a double amputee protestor was roughed up and left on the ground, 3 prominent African American politicians were pepper sprayed while standing in solidarity with protestors. During this #BlackLivesMatter movement, there has been a nationwide demand to remove the statues of perpetrators of Racial cruelty, discrimination and Injustice. And here, in our city, Christopher Columbus is coming down. Christopher you wrote an online petition to do just this, take down the statue of Christopher Columbus. Black Lives Matters - policy, protests, rallies, marches, why the statue? GrassRoot Ohio w/ Carolyn Harding - Conversations with every-day people, working on important issues here in Columbus and all around Ohio! Every Friday 5:00pm, EST on 94.1FM & streaming worldwide @ WGRN.org We now air on Sundays at 4:00pm EST, at 107.1 FM, Wheeling/Moundsville WV on WEJP-LP FM. Contact Us if you would like GrassRoot Ohio on your local station. Check us out and Like us on Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/GrassRootOhio/ All shows/podcasts archived at SoundCloud! https://soundcloud.com/user-42674753 #GrassRoot_Ohio radio/podcast now has our interviews on video: Show with #ChristopherAustin, #ChristopherColumbusComesDown https://youtu.be/3eIqQbH9uY8

Renegade Talk Radio
E.G GOES IN ON, EVERYTHING GOING ON RIGHT NOW IN THE WORLD WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!(MUST HEAR)!!!!!!!!!!!!

Renegade Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 21:28


On May 25, Minneapolis police officers arrested George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, after a convenience store employee called 911 and told the police that Mr. Floyd had bought cigarettes with a counterfeit $20 bill. Seventeen minutes after the first squad car arrived at the scene, Mr. Floyd was unconscious and pinned beneath three police officers, showing no signs of life. By combining videos from bystanders and security cameras, reviewing official documents and consulting experts, The New York Times reconstructed in detail the minutes leading to Mr. Floyd’s death. Our video shows officers taking a series of actions that violated the policies of the Minneapolis Police Department and turned fatal, leaving Mr. Floyd unable to breathe, even as he and onlookers called out for help. The day after Mr. Floyd’s death, the Police Department fired all four of the officers involved in the episode. On May 29, the Hennepin County attorney, Mike Freeman, announced third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter charges against Derek Chauvin, the officer seen most clearly in witness videos pinning Mr. Floyd to the ground. Mr. Chauvin, who is white, kept his knee on Mr. Floyd’s neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds, according to the criminal complaint against him. Our video shows that Mr. Chauvin did not remove his knee even after Mr. Floyd lost consciousness, and for a full minute after paramedics arrived at the scene. On June 3, Hennepin County prosecutors added a more serious second-degree murder charge against Mr. Chauvin and also charged each of the three other former officers — Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao — with aiding and abetting second-degree murder.

Friends and Enemies Podcast
Dear Thomas Lane

Friends and Enemies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 35:48


Eli and Matt chat about CHAZ/CHOP, the injustice of bails, the gray area of the George Floyd Case, cancel culture, and whether NBA players should play. Come for the conversation, stay for the laughs.

Ascent Church
When God's All You Need | 6.14.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2020 30:53


"There is no growth without loss. There is no increase without growth." In today's message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane, we'll continue through the story of Gideon for a message on how God fights to put us in a place where faith is possible. // A seed must be buried for it to grow. Let's dive in!

Military Murder
Ep34. POLICE BRUTALITY: The Murder of George Floyd

Military Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2020 72:40


On May 25, 2020, George Floyd walked into Cup Foods Store in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to buy cigarettes. He paid and walked out of the store. The store clerk believed the $20 bill Floyd used was counterfeit, so at 8pm he called the police. This is something Cup Foods employees had done a dozen times when they received what they believed to be counterfeit money. Officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng were the first officers on scene. They handcuffed Floyd, who was sitting in his car outside of the Cup Foods with two other people. Soon thereafter, Officer Derek Chauvin (Army Reserve Veteran) and Officer Tou Thao arrived on scene. After a struggle, Floyd found himself face down in the pavement parallel to the squad car, with Officer Chauvin’s knee in his neck. Bystanders quickly began filming on their phones and they filmed a horrific act. Three police officers (Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng, and Tou Thao) watched as 19-year police veteran Derek Chauvin placed his knee on Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds. Screams of “check his pulse” erupt from the bystanders after Floyd stopped talking and moving, but the bystanders’ cries go unanswered. Floyd was pronounced dead at 9:25pm. Join Margot as she discusses the facts of the case and the charges against the four officers. -----All sources for this episode can be found here. Military Murder Merch – available here. Visit Today’s Partners:(1) Fabletics - Get 2 Pair of Pants for $24! (a $99 value) (2) Bluehost - Build the website you've always dreamed of building. Access a Free Bonus episode on the Infamous Case of Lorena Bobbitt. Get it here! -----Read about Military Murder Podcast in Task & Purpose! The article can be found here. Follow on social:InstagramTwitter FacebookEmail: militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)

Noble Django
George Floyd rookie cop used crowdfunding to pay $750K bail and More

Noble Django

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 20:48


Starbucks Responds to Employees Questioning Their Decision to Ban Visible BLM Gear Black Man Reportedly Found Hanging From A Tree Near Palmdale City Hall In Los Angeles Hospitality workers plan protest outside Mayor LaToya Cantrell's house, fear safety ahead of phase two

Local New Orleans
George Floyd rookie cop used crowdfunding to pay $750K bail and More

Local New Orleans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 20:48


Starbucks Responds to Employees Questioning Their Decision to Ban Visible BLM GearBlack Man Reportedly Found Hanging From A Tree Near Palmdale City Hall In Los AngelesHospitality workers plan protest outside Mayor LaToya Cantrell's house, fear safety ahead of phase two

Crime Talk with Scott Reisch
Lori Vallow Tattled? Thomas Lane Released!

Crime Talk with Scott Reisch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 15:54


Lori Vallow Tattled? Thomas Lane Released!

AP Audio Stories
Thomas Lane posts bail in Floyd case

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2020 1:25


Erin Burnett OutFront
Protests Underway For The 14th Day In Cities Across The United States

Erin Burnett OutFront

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2020 41:10


Protests grow as calls to defund the police get louder. The Minneapolis city council vows to dismantle its local police department after the death of George Floyd. Trump seizes on calls to defund the country's police departments. The police chief of Houston says disbanded police is an "invitation to chaos." Clyburn warns "defund the police" rhetoric could are safe? Could "hijack" democrats' police reform efforts.  Biden says he's against defunding the police departments, as Trump tries to align him with those who are for it. Biden, "I don't support defunding the police." Top Trump officials claim that there are no systemic racism in policies. Thousands mourn George Floyd at public viewing in Houston.  Bail is set for up to $1.25 million for Derek Chauvin after his first court appearance, as the ex-officer has been charged with George' Floyd. Attorney for Thomas Lane, one of the four cops charged in George Floyd's death, say, "he did not stand by and watch."  The White House has "no regrets" about forcefully clearing protesters with rubber bullets and tear gas. Barr is contradicting Trump on why he was on the golf course. Barr contradicts Trump on why the president was taken to the White house bunker.

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo
Interview with Attorney for Former Officer Thomas Lane

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 45:31


Interview with attorney for officer charged  in death Of George Floyd, Earl Gray.

LEO Round Table
LEO Round Table - Law Enforcement Talk Show - S05E22 - 2 of 2

LEO Round Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 46:03


This episode contains continued discussions on: The death of George Floyd and the firing and arrest of Minneapolis Police Off. Derek Chauvin. We also cover fired officers Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao as well as other related stories. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leoroundtable/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leoroundtable/support

LEO Round Table
LEO Round Table - Law Enforcement Talk Show - S05E22 - 1 of 2

LEO Round Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 40:37


This episode contains discussions on: The death of George Floyd and the firing and arrest of Minneapolis Police Off. Derek Chauvin. We also cover fired officers Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao as well as other related stories. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leoroundtable/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leoroundtable/support

Almost Positive
Almost Positive Ep. 8 - No White Guilt Allowed

Almost Positive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 219:18


This week the guys break records with an almost 4 hour long episode. The rants are towering infernos of nothing but flames and fire. Social justice fills the air and unity illuminates the path forward as special guest and local entrepreneur (Check out RiseRevolt Clothing) Ulysses joins, in-studio, to help sort through the mess of the riots and protests in Chicago. First everyone shares a few stories about the riots. Then they have a new guest, Trey Johnson, co-host of NintenDomain Podcast, where they get into all things Nintendo. He shares insights into podcasting, some Nintendo news and his own experience with the riots in his neighborhood. The second half of the show kicks off in full gear as Ulysses gets the ground to give us the low down on everything that's been going on in Chicago since the murder of George Floyd at the hands of former police officers Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane. He gives us the full picture of how the Latino community in Chicago has shown support for the fight against police brutality and how the media has been inaccurately portraying the whole situation. Ulysses gives eye witness reports of events and brings us hope that unity might be possible. For the last part of the show we get some news. The gentlemen also discuss new Chicago legend the Dread-head Cowboy, who has been bringing joy to Chicagoans during these trying time, which Van considers to be a moot point. We learn how big corporations are showing solidarity to the people in the struggle, including Lego and dating app Grindr. We hear some words of wisdom from the legendary Immortal Technique and watch as police keep abusing their power. They leave the show with a positive note on how the police, and local gangs joined forces during the riots and almost started a race war. 

Lamar Hicks...The L-Dogg..Bringing The Flava In Ya Ear
NFL, Drew Brees, Snoop Dogg, Buffalo Cops, Thomas Lane, the Nation's Capital, and Jake Fromm

Lamar Hicks...The L-Dogg..Bringing The Flava In Ya Ear

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2020 87:17


NFL, Drew Brees, Snoop Dogg, Buffalo Cops, Thomas Lane, the Nation's Capital, and Jake Fromm

Eigenbros
Eigenbros ep 67 - George Floyd Protests 2020

Eigenbros

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020 70:39


Juan & Terence discuss the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, at that hands of a police officer in Minneapolis Minnesota.

The World Famous Frank Show
George Floyd had CORONAVIRUS but died from 'cardiopulmonary arrest'

The World Famous Frank Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 59:42


(0:00) Show Open: So we can't talk about George Floyd, OR Coronavirus. But what if it's BOTH at the same time!?   Final autopsy report reveals George Floyd had CORONAVIRUS but died from 'cardiopulmonary arrest' after Minneapolis cop knelt on his neck for more than eight minutes   Minnesota's Attorney General Keith Ellisonincreased the charge against Derek Chauvin to second-degree murder in the death of George Floyd.  He'd previously been charged with third-degree murder.  The new charge has a maximum sentence of 40 years.  The previous third-degree charge had a maximum of 25 years. The three officers who were with Chauvin when he killed Floyd have finally been charged as well . . . Tou Thao, Thomas Lane, and J. Alexander Kueng are all facing charges of aiding and abetting second-degree murder. The FBI has found, quote, "no intelligence indicating Antifa involvement [or] presence" during a Washington, D.C. protest that turned violent on Sunday. They DID find that a far-right social media group, quote, "called for far-right provocateurs to attack federal agents [and] use automatic weapons against protesters." There have been countless corporate statements this week supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and the protests . . . but Ben & Jerry's is getting a lot of attention for being, quote, "unusually comprehensive and direct." (13:05) Entertainment News   ‘Cash Me Ousside' Girl Danielle Bregoli Checks Into Rehab For Prescription Pills And Trauma At Just 17 Years Old Steven Avery Continues Mission To Become The World's Unluckiest Man After Contracting COVID-19 In Prison Sean Hannity is single ladies!  WOO hoo.  Rush Limbaugh says white privilege doesnt exist.  He said that to an all black radio show cast.  Neil Young drops the 2019 version of Southern Man    (31:00) Oh, because the Pandemic is over huh? Amazon has dropped the $2-an-hour raise it gave to warehouse workers for coming into work during the pandemic. (40:10) Hey dick, you dropped something! Terrifying moment agitator stops his car to set off a mortar firework during peaceful George Floyd demonstration in California, forcing a protester to throw the makeshift bomb back into his car (52:25) Dumbass of the Day   Rioter wearing a Joker mask is arrested for torching a Chicago police car after cops were able to identity him because he forgot to cover his 'PRETTY' neck tattoo A Man Is Arrested for Peeing in the Almond Milk at a Grocery Store Husband 'faked his wife's death by pretending she fell over a cliff so she would avoid jail time for fraud' - but investigators found her hiding in her closet after a costly search   We're Spending 19 Hours a Day Looking at Screens Since the Quarantine Started According to a new study, the average person used to spend a total of 17 hours and nine minutes a day looking at screens.  Since the quarantine began, it's up to 19 hours and six minutes a day. If you're saying, "Wait, I'm not awake for that many hours, how is that possible?" . . . it's because there are plenty of times we're looking at two screens at once, like when we're messing around on our phone or laptop while we watch TV. The full breakdown for the average person is:  5 hours and 10 minutes a day on a laptop . . . 5 hours and 9 minutes of TV per day . . . 5 hours and 2 minutes on our phone . . . and 3 hours and 45 minutes on a gaming device.  The survey also found 60% of people have argued with their significant other about screen time . . . and three in four feel hypocritical for trying to limit their kids' screen time. (People) Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczc See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Almost Positive
Almost Positive Ep. 7.5 - Violence Is (Sometimes) Never The Answer

Almost Positive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 102:17


This week we get a special edition episode! The guys have Carlos Townsend, long time friend of the show and even longer time friend of Van and Sir Rollington. In addition this is Almost Positive’s first in-studio session! Social Distancing be damned. At the top of the show Carlos shares his thought on the murder of Geroge Floyd at the hands of police officers Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane. Carlos then gets moving from Milwaukee, WI to Cicero, IL, where he was one of the only black kids in a town (at the time, made up of an over 80% Hispanic population). He digs into the positive and negative experiences he had including people wanting to touch his hair, why he talks the way he’s always talked and his efforts to change people’s minds through his actions. Carlos also shares his experiences as a registered Republican, where he actually falls on the political spectrum (Left wing libertarian) and having voted for Trump in 2016. Sit back, relax, light some herbs and listen as we talk to one of the good ones.

Best of 104.3 Jams
JUSTICE: More Charges Filed In The George Floyd Case!

Best of 104.3 Jams

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 2:58


The three former Minneapolis police officers involved in the George Floyd case will face felony aiding and abetting charges.  Attorney General Keith Ellison said he is also upgrading the charge against former officer Derek Chauvin [[ SHO-vin ]] to second-degree murder. Ellison said second-degree murder in Minnesota means that a suspect intended to kill the victim. The other officers being charged are Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng [[ keng ]] and Tou Thao  [[ too tau ]]. Lane and Kueng both helped Chauvin restrain Floyd. Thao kept the crowd back as they pleaded with officers to loosen their restraints so Floyd could breathe. Ellison said he sees no reason the former officers will not be able to get a fair trial in Minneapolis.

Evolve 360 Cheli Shell Show
Evolve 360 Show #7 With Cheli Grace & Shelley Devine

Evolve 360 Cheli Shell Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 55:55


Evolve 360 Cheli Shell Show | POWER & SOCIAL INJUSTICE Soul sisters Cheli Grace & Shelley Devine discuss the misuse of POWER & Social Injustice and the tragic events that led to the death of George Floyd at the hands of men who took  the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor to protect & serve. Also mentioned in the show: George Floyd Martin Luther King Terence Floyd Debbie Rotkeiwicz Derek Chauvin Tou Thao J. Alexander Kueng Thomas Lane Donald Trump Abraham Lincoln Caroline Myss Archetypes mentioned: Slave Master (Mentor) Bully Prostitute Divine Slave Rebel Patriot Please SHARE and tell your friends. Thank you!!! xo

Hard Factor
Hard Factor 6/4: Conversation With Trinidad James and a Coronavirus Vaccine is Coming Soon

Hard Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 49:16


Barstool Sports Daily News Podcast Also On SiriusXM Channel 85 (M,Tu,Th @ 11am EST) Support Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch’™ on a Shirt » MERCH: bit.ly/HF-Merch . -------------------- On today's episode... The Hard Factor boys have a conversation with Trinidad James about the current social climate in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder. - Finally some good fucking news everyone, Dr. Fauci saying we should have hundreds of millions of doses of a coronavirus vaccine by the end of the year and early 2021. - Bill De Blasio and his 'Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year' - The Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and the Pentagon do not think invoking the 'Insurrection Act' and the military to quell protests/riots is a good idea or warranted - Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane the other three Minneapolis police officers who stood by as Derick Chauvin killed George Floyd have now also been charged with varying degrees of murder Brought to you by PredictIt - click the link to get $20 matched on your first deposit, and maybe bet on Keisha Bottoms (Mayor of Atlanta) as a surprise VP candidate?? Brought to you by Omaha Steaks. Visit Omaha Steaks and type FACTOR in the search bar to shop for Father’s Day today. -------------------- • Follow us on TWITTER • @HardFactorNews: bit.ly/HFTWIT . @HardFactorMark: bit.ly/MarkCats . @HardFactorPat: bit.ly/PatHF . @HardFactorWes: bit.ly/WesTwit . @HardFactorWill: bit.ly/HFwill . Follow us on INSTAGRAM @HardFactorNews: bit.ly/InstagHF . YOUTUBE: bit.ly/HardFactorYT . VOICEMAIL: (512) 270-1480‬

The Critical Hour
Nationwide Protests Continue Over George Floyd Murder: Will US Policing Change?

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2020 56:42


In response to the murder of George Floyd, violent protests erupted for the second night in a row on Wednesday in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Floyd, an African-American man, was seen on video pleading for medical assistance and saying that he could not breath while Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin placed a knee upon his neck while detaining him on the ground. The Minneapolis Police Department identified the other officers at the scene as Thomas Lane, Tou Thao and J. Alexander Kueng. All four officers have since been fired. What are we to make of these new developments?Some 2.1 million Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week as US President Donald Trump and state governors try to reopen the economy. This is according to data released by the Labor Department on Thursday. "In the week ending May 23, a seasonally adjusted 2,123,000 Americans filed initial claims for unemployment benefits, falling from a revised total of 2,446,000 applications filed the week before," The Hill reported Thursday. How do we make sense of this? "A $3 billion federal program designed to get food from farmers to hungry Americans during the coronavirus pandemic is being criticized by charitable groups for neglecting New York and other northeastern US states hit hard by the outbreak," the Financial Times reported Wednesday. "Of the $1.2 billion awarded by the US Department of Agriculture so far, only $54 million, or less than 5%, has gone to food distributors serving its northeastern region — New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, seven states that together represent roughly a tenth of the US population. The distribution of the aid has raised questions of political fairness, since none of the states voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. It also follows allegations that companies without proper qualifications were given contracts in the 'Farmers to Families Food Box Program.'”GUESTS:David Schultz — Professor of political science at Hamline University and author of "Presidential Swing States: Why Only Ten Matter." Dr. Jack Rasmus — Professor of economics at Saint Mary's College of California and author of "Central Bankers at the End of Their Ropes: Monetary Policy and the Coming Depression." Elizabeth Henderson — Member of the National Family Farming Coalition and the board of directors of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York (NOFA-NY) who co-chairs the Policy Committee and represents the NOFA Interstate Council on the board of the Agricultural Justice Project. Her writings on organic agriculture appear in The Natural Farmer and other publications, and she is the lead author of "Sharing the Harvest: A Citizen's Guide to Community Supported Agriculture." She also wrote "A Food Book for a Sustainable Harvest" for the members of Peacework Organic Community Supported Agriculture (GVOCSA).

Ascent Church
He Did it in a Drought | 5.3.20

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 37:59


We have some big news to share!We're so glad that you're able to join us for this special day at Ascent Church! We have missed you so much but we're so thankful we can still connect in this way on Sundays. Today our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane has some exciting news to share in the life of our church and a message that we believe will impact you exactly where you are. Join us for a powerful time of worship and an encouraging message as we encounter God together!

Real Life Leadership Podcast
#24 - Learn the importance of Profit First - with Mike Maclowitz!

Real Life Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 33:39


In this episode, we talk with author and entrepreneur Mike Maclowitz about the critical concept of "Profit First", how to nurture a healthy business, and how to ENJOY saving more than spending!    Check out Mike's site: https://mikemichalowicz.com/ Check out Mike's podcast: https://mikemichalowicz.com/podcast/ Watch on video: https://youtu.be/yQKdcrawfyc  Thomas Lane: http://ascentchurch.net/ https://www.facebook.com/ThomasLaneVA/ Heather: https://chantelray.com/ https://simpronto.com/ Chantel: https://www.instagram.com/thechantelray/ This episode is brought to you by Simpronto! Get your podcast edited, launched, and produced SIMPLY PRONTO with their services: http://simpronto.com/ For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email podcast@reallifeleaders.com and you might even be in an episode!

Ascent Church
Hope Lives | 12.24.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2020 21:22


Ascent Church - Christmas Eve 2019. Thomas Lane.

Ascent Church
The Reversal | 12.22.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2019 29:33


Awe / Wonder | Week 4. Message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane.

Ascent Church
Rest In The Waiting | 12.15.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2019 31:34


Awe / Wonder. Week 3. Message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane.

Real Life Leadership Podcast
#21 How To Have Crucial Conversations with Your Team feat. Jen Williamson!

Real Life Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2019 46:11


Are you avoiding crucial conversations with your staff? Does the thought of "correcting" a team member make you uncomfortable?  We're here to help you with that! In this episode with special guest Jen Williamson, we break down how to have difficult conversations with your team members and how to motivate them to move forward. Watch on video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aobnn0H0u9M Connect with Jen: https://www.jenwilliamson.com/ Thomas Lane: http://ascentchurch.net/ https://www.facebook.com/ThomasLaneVA/ Heather: https://chantelray.com/ https://simpronto.com/ Chantel: https://www.instagram.com/thechantelray/ This episode is brought to you by Simpronto! Get your podcast edited, launched, and produced SIMPLY PRONTO with their services: http://simpronto.com/ For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email podcast@reallifeleaders.com and you might even be in an episode!

Ascent Church
Can I Forgive Myself? | 11.24.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2019 34:59


Saints + Sinners. Week 4. Today's message is from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane. November 24, 2019.

Ascent Church
Way Maker | Team Night Message

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2019 35:49


Message from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane at Team Night in November, 2019.

Collegian Kultivate
Ep. 18 - Thomas Lane

Collegian Kultivate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2019 35:01


Thomas Lane is the new Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students. He shares his personal story and his priorities now that he’s at K-State.

Ascent Church
Drawn Out | 10.13.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2019 35:44


Drawn Out. 10.13.19 | Thomas Lane

Ascent Church
Leave Your Legacy | 9.29.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2019 35:33


Series: Smoke and Mirrors. Thomas Lane.

Ascent Church
The First Assault | 9.1.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2019 39:59


Smoke & Mirrors. Thomas Lane

Jade Marrisa Podcast
Ep 13 | Thailand's Basketball Star, Mr Reuben Thomas Lane

Jade Marrisa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2019 155:40


Episode 13 I bring to you Mr. Reuben Thomas Lane, professional basketball player on Thailand's national team. We talk about his life growing up in Thailand as a half Thai but yet home schooled and with 9 other siblings. How he got into basketball and where basketball has taken his life, as well as his future goals and opinion on the sport in Thailand. Enjoy and please comment and subscribe to my channel for more quality content. Find out more at https://the-jade-marrisa-podcast.pinecast.co

Building Podcasts
5: "In 100 years' time we'll have the Thames lined with derelict towers"

Building Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2019 19:25


The City of London’s former planning chief Peter Rees, believes Londoners should be worrying about the rising forest of new-build apartment blocks, which he predicts will be derelict within a century. Building's group technical editor Thomas Lane on what the Hackitt review consultation has in store for construction - how does the sector take it forward? www.building-live.co.uk/hackittreview This is the last episode in the current series - we'll be back with a new series in June. As always, we'd love to hear your feedback on our podcasts - what you'd like to hear about and who you'd like to hear from - please do rate us and leave a review on iTunes!

Ascent Church
Sunday's Coming | 4.21.19

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2019 29:00


Easter 2019 message at Ascent Church by Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane

Real Life Leadership Podcast
#13 The Three Characteristics of a Great Leader (Best Of)

Real Life Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2019 8:20


On this episode, Josh shares some of our favorite clips from the podcast so far on The Three Characteristics of a Great Leader! Hear from Toby Harris, Pat Hiban, Ray Gessner, Chantel, Heather and Thomas Lane on each of the characteristics.  Toby Harris Episode:http://reallifeleaders.com/ep5 Pat Hiban Episode: http://reallifeleaders.com/ep8/ Ray Gessner Episode: http://reallifeleaders.com/ep6 Thomas Lane Episode: http://reallifeleaders.com/ep3 For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email podcast@reallifeleaders.com and you might even be in an episode!

Real Life Leadership Podcast
BONUS #1: How To Hold Your Team Accountable

Real Life Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2019 6:23


WATCH THE VIDEO: http://reallifeleaders.com/bonus1/ Check out this bonus episode with Heather and Thomas Lane on how to have your team set S.M.A.R.T. Goals and how to hold them accountable for them! For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email podcast@reallifeleaders.com and you might even be in an episode!

Real Life Leadership Podcast
#10 Let Your Yes Be Yes and Your No Be No (with Thomas Lane)

Real Life Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2019 41:31


What do you do when an employee says they’re going to do something, but they don’t do it? Do you get upset? Fire them? How SHOULD you react? In this episode with return-guest Thomas Lane, we discuss the topic of letting your yes be yes, and your no be no! Bonus Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kaagu5cX6zM Follow Thomas: https://www.instagram.com/thomaslaneva For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email podcast@reallifeleaders.com and you might even be in an episode!

Real Life Leadership Podcast
#9 Failing Up (with Thomas Lane)

Real Life Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2019 27:31


Failure is inevitable for any organization! Sometimes a project or new initiative won’t go exactly how you planned. How do you overcome these failures, address them with your organization, and set your team up to succeed more often than not? Find out in this episode with Thomas Lane from Ascent Church! Follow Thomas: https://www.instagram.com/thomaslaneva Watch the video version of this podcast: https://youtu.be/ZR2wU9SlNVs For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email podcast@reallifeleaders.com and you might even be in an episode!

Real Life Leadership Podcast
#3 How To Avoid Startup Mistakes (with Thomas Lane of Ascent Church)

Real Life Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2019 45:13


When you're starting a new business or church, it's inevitable that you'll make some mistakes along the way. We all have! But how do you avoid some of the most common startup mistakes, build sustainable growth, and create a clear mission and vision for your organization?  In this episode, Thomas Lane (T Lane) Founder & Pastor at Ascent Church answers these questions and more with Chantel and Heather! Ascent Church: https://www.ascentchurch.net Agora Pulse: https://app.agorapulse.com For more resources, visit http://www.reallifeleaders.com/podcast Have a leadership question you want answered? Email podcast@reallifeleaders.com and you might even be in an episode!  

Ascent Church
Home For Christmas: We Are The Echo

Ascent Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2018 34:10


"Home For Christmas" series kickoff with a special interview with We Are The Echo and a practical challenge from our Lead Pastor, Thomas Lane.

Made In Chattanooga by VMNooga
Episode 6: Thomas Lane and Nathan Flynt

Made In Chattanooga by VMNooga

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2018 58:28


Join senior art director Jess and senior copywriter Brian as they chat with Chef Nathan Flynt of 2 Sons Kitchen and Market, and chess enthusiast Thomas Lane. Chef Nate regales us with his journey to Chattanooga and what he’s learned as a professional chef and restaurateur, and Thomas shares how chess can play a role in kids’ learning and development by fusing strategy, improvisation and fun.

Business Connections Live - The UK's Leading Online Business TV Channel

Brexit And The Brexit Advisory Team Brexit And The Brexit Advisory Team On this edition of Business Connections Live Steve Hyland talks to Gordon Colquhoun who co-founded the Brexit Advisory Team with Thomas Lane in 2016.   Gordon’s business expertise is in Research & Intelligence and is responsible for the Brexit Intelligence Monitor which supports the team through analysis and insights into the Brexit process. The Brexit Advisory Team (BrexitAT) was founded in 2016 to help support businesses through the Brexit process by providing a broad scope of expertise to address the challenges Brexit brings across business functions.  By establishing a strong legal and regulatory platform through relationships with international law firms and academia, the Brexit Advisory Team aims to provide the necessary expertise to help support the client successfully navigate through the Brexit process. On this edition of Business Connections Live, Gordon explains The challenges Brexit represents to businesses Creating and implementing a successful Brexit strategy Using external expertise to support your Brexit strategy Learn the business fundamentals on how your business can achieve: Become more informed of the challenges both macro and micro presented by Brexit An example of what is involved in creating and implementing a successful Brexit strategy Gain knowledge of how external expertise can independently clarify, enhance and support your own Brexit strategy For more great information visit our Guests website or follow them on Social Media.Website: https://www.brexitat.com/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/GordonColquhoun   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/brexit-advisory-team/