Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the criminal charges that may be in store for Steve Bannon. Rep. Bennie Thompson, chair of the Jan. 6 select committee, tells Joy, "Steve Bannon or anyone else can't flout the law and expect nothing to happen," after Bannon announced that he would not honor the subpoena served to him by the select committee. And, today in Pennsylvania, where Republicans are trying to obtain private personal information on all 7 million state voters for an investigation, Democratic Attorney General Josh Shapiro filed a motion to have the courts block them. Shapiro joins Joy in his first national interview since announcing his run for Pennsylvania governor on Wednesday. Next, we commemorate the 48th birthday of George Floyd, and examine how in the wake of his murder, Dr. Andrea Kane -- as the school superintendent in Queen Anne's county, Maryland -- used his tragic death and the subsequent calls for reform as an opportunity to start a conversation on racism within her community. She joins us on how these efforts led to her departure. Finally, Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving's anti-vaccine stance being compared to the heroic activism of the greatest of all time, Muhammad Ali, is critiqued by Joy Reid in "The Absolute Worst." All this and more in this edition of TheReidOut on MSNBC.
“We believe rural communities will achieve longer-term, more durable success if they look inside their boundaries for opportunities to invest in and focus on,” says Daniel Paul Davis, vice president and community affairs officer at the St. Louis Fed. Davis joins Andrew Dumont, senior community development analyst at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, as they discuss a new book they co-edited, Investing in Rural Prosperity.
With the risk of becoming a Red Sox history podcast, we revisit another crazy Boston playoff series/game. Timely home runs and clutch hitting helped take the Sox from the brink of elimination to baseball's biggest stage for one of the most memorable World Series in history. Plus, we review some historic performances from this year's playoffs so far, we ask an important question regarding a million dollar autograph and we consider the actual effects of a pitch clock. Finally, in this week's Wax Pack Heroes, we open some 2008 Upper Deck and for the first time ever, get some guys who are still playing today! Twitter - @twostrikenoise Instagram - @twostrikenoise Two Strike Noise on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvh7epD-mqT9qCIV7CNqhog Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/twostrikenoise E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org We pull ALOT of commons in Wax Pack Heroes. If you've got those Tom Foley or Ernest Riles cards just sitting around you can donate those commons to charity and maybe spark a child's interest in baseball and collecting. Find out more here: http://commons4kids.org/ #podernfamily #podnation #baseball #mlb #history #podcast #baseballcards
During this episode, Lynora Saxinger, MD, FRCPC, CTropMed, updates listeners on the latest Emergency Use Authorizations and guideline recommendations for optimal clinical management of COVID-19. Gain practical insights on patient identification, risk stratification, and treatment.Key points include:Treatment of COVID-19 can be broken into antiviral and immune-modulating therapiesEach agent should be used at the correct disease stage to maximize benefitAntiviral medications and mAbs show the greatest promise early during COVID-19, before the host immune response is mountedPassive immunization with mAbs can prevent infection and severe disease—and mortality—if given early to hospitalized personsOperational challenges to using these medications exist, but given the epidemic of unvaccinated persons, these treatments become increasingly relevant to reduce burden on healthcare systemsPresenter:Lynora Saxinger, MD, FRCPC, CTropMedCochair, Scientific Advisory Group Alberta COVID-19 Emergency Coordination Centre Associate ProfessorDivision of Infectious DiseasesDepartment of Medicine University of AlbertaEdmonton, Alberta, CanadaContent based on an online CME program supported by an educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.Follow along with the slides at:https://bit.ly/3BxQKtD Link to full program:https://bit.ly/3BwzdlC
This week we get all pumpkin spicy autumnal with the mum as our POW, some dried hydrangea and dahlias cutting tips, and a long chat with sister Sue Ann about what is happening in her garden, mine, and others of which we are jealous. Timely information about bringing indoor plants back in NOW is a great preview for next week's visit with Marianne Wilburn.
William M. Rodgers III, vice president and director of the Institute for Economic Equity at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, discusses how the St. Louis Fed works to promote a more inclusive and equitable economy: “We are focused on advancing research that informs equity-based policies and practices leading to an economy that works for everybody.”
All the news got dropped over the last few days from HBO concerning House of the Dragon. First they announced another round of castings, filling out the roster of House Strong in particular all at once. Then George RR Martin went on showrunner Ryan Condal's podcast "The Stuff Dreams are Made of" and dropped some tea about the upcoming Game of Thrones prequel and what to expect from it. Link to livestream: https://youtu.be/hHFuqConTho Link to GRRM podcast episode: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5uh4D3iRwCHQbrxNw3tfbY?si=4tQac2ZoRru-oEckXm4yiw&dl_branch=1&nd=1 Casting News post: https://www.hbo.com/house-of-the-dragon Dying of the Light read through preview: https://www.patreon.com/posts/54241987 Dying of the Light chapter 5 with MaesterMerry: https://www.patreon.com/posts/55609855
Many use the S.M.A.R.T goal setting strategy. It's an acronym that stands for is the goal Simple? Is it Measurable? Is it Achievable? Is it Realistic? and is it Timely? So in this scenario you might say "I would like to build my Top 100 database from 49 to 55 people between October 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021". In this scenario, that goal meets all of the criteria of a S.M.A.R.T goal. It is real enough that you can get up every morning and track your progress. In that goal statement, was a length of time that I feel is the best approach based on my research and experience. In my opinion, QUARTERLY goals are the best approach for one major reason: you increase the number of goal deadlines you have in any given year from 1 deadline to 4
This week's conversation recorded in 2011 is both timely and untimely. Timely - as we exit from Afghanistan - because in When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home, PAULA CAPLAN asks why it's a mental illness to be devastated by war and urges us to connect with veterans and listen one-on-one to their stories. And untimely, because Paula died of cancer July 21st. She was both one of the warmest, most generous people I've known, and at the same time, a consistently fierce and passionate advocate for justice. Three words I believe often motivated Paula: “It's not fair.” And those three words have seldom felt more true.
This week's conversation recorded in 2011 is both timely and untimely. Timely - as we exit from Afghanistan - because in her book When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home, Paula Caplan asks why it's a mental illness to be devastated by war and urges us to connect with veterans and listen to their stories, one-on-one. And untimely, because Paula died of cancer July 21st. She was both one of the warmest, most generous people I've known, and at the same time, a consistently fierce and passionate advocate for justice. Three words I believe often motivated Paula: “It's not fair.” And those three words have seldom felt more true.
In this episode, Jason Halperin, MD, MPH, explores the data to support rapid ART initiation in adolescent patients.Listen as he gives his perspectives on:DHHS and IAS-USA guidelines for rapid initiation and specific recommendations for adolescents and young adultsCrescentCare data comparing the virologic outcomes for patients 18-24 years of age compared with those aged 25 years or olderData to suggest that rapid ART upholds equityIn addition, hear his patient's perspective on the importance of rapid initiation of ART to prevent transmission to others and the burden it lifted for him.Presenter:Jason Halperin, MD, MPHAssistant Professor of MedicineDepartment of Infectious DiseasesTulane UniversityInfectious Disease PhysicianCrescentCareNew Orleans, Louisiana Follow along with the slides at:https://bit.ly/39xL5r0See the entire program at:https://bit.ly/2TXTYWx
The NFL enters a new season with its first-ever U.S. sportsbook partnerships. For the league and its broadcasters, information and insights are more important than ever for fans taking advantage of this new frontier. Timely analysis and commentary are key to differentiating content from network to network. CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus embraces that philosophy, … Continued
BONUS time! Jordan and Clay are joined by friend, actor, film connoisseur, and ally Aaron Chase as they dive into the underappreciated 2020 horror film The Empty Man. Gaining a cult following thanks to streaming services, this tossed into theaters. with no fanfare, horror gem is everything you would want in a David Fincher inspired, slow burn Lovecraftian horror. We'd like to thank Marcy Pennington and Montgomery Lynn Co. for sponsoring us and thank you, the listener! If you've liked what you've heard, help us out through likes, comments, our social media, or telling a friend, along with supporting Marci at Montgomery Lynn Co.! It takes just a second for you and helps us grow! Montgomery Lynn Co. website: https://www.montgomerylynnco.com/ AFOF Socials: https://linktr.ee/afofpodcast
The Timely reviews have returned! On this BONUS episode, Jordan and Clay sit down and review the long awaited and highly anticipated sequel to one of Jordan's favorite horror movies, Candyman. Directed by Nia DaCosta, not Jordan Peele like so many people think, this sequel returns to Cabrini-Green and expands on the mythos of the Candyman legend. Does it succeed? Listen to find out! We'd like to thank Marcy Pennington and Montgomery Lynn Co. for sponsoring us and thank you, the listener! If you've liked what you've heard, help us out through likes, comments, our social media, or telling a friend, along with supporting Marci at Montgomery Lynn Co.! It takes just a second for you and helps us grow! Montgomery Lynn Co. website: https://www.montgomerylynnco.com/ AFOF Socials: https://linktr.ee/afofpodcast
USDA announced a change in their September Crop Production report that could ultimately update planted and harvest acreage estimates. The market is moving ahead of next week's report and also digesting ample rain and shipping problems in Louisiana. For the week, December wheat subtracted six cents while the nearby corn contract declined 30 cents. Timely rains has some saying it could help fill pods, but others contend it is too little too late. The November soybean contract shed 31 cents. December meal lost $11.40 per ton. December cotton fell 82 cents per hundredweight.
Good News: Spain's endangered Bearded Vultures are on the rebound thanks to conservation efforts! Link HERE The Good Word: A truly quote from JRR Tolkien's lesser known work “The Children of Hùrin”… Good To Know: An great bit of trivia about the length of a day! Good News: Leaded gasoline (petrol) is finally a thing […]
The Mets won a series. After the Giants swept them at home to start the week, the Mets finished out with two straight to take a series from the lowly Nationals. There was offense! Timely hitting! Dingers! It was good. However, it seems to be the last thing on Mets fans' minds heading into the new week. The team's new thumbs down celebration appears to be directed at the fans who have booed the Mets' underperforming players all season. Javy Báez' postgame comments lit a flaming discourse that burned deep into the night. It sucked. We talked about it. Then, we're joined by Will Scott, one of the broadcasters for the Mets' Triple-A affiliate, the Syracuse Mets. Will tells us about his transition into the world of Metsdom after getting hired in May, which players have impressed him the most, and what it was like hearing his own voice on Sportscenter earlier this summer. Be sure to give Will a follow on Twitter @WillScott44. Enjoy the episode, Mets fans! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sam-lebowitz9/support
Greetings Citizens! Travis here, interrupting your podcast feed to share the pilot episode of my new podcast: Marvel Events Timeline. You can subscribe to MET with this link, or search 'Marvel Events Timeline' in most podcast apps. Marvel Events Timeline: Episode 000 - Secret Origins Welcome to Marvel Events Timeline. Travis and Bryon are thrilled to be your guides through the Timely, Atlas and Marvel Comics universe. This is our pilot episode, and it's an introduction to who we are as podcasters and comic book readers. We hope you enjoy this episode and come back for more! If you want in on the conversation join our Facebook group: Baxter Building Breakroom. Next Time! The Original Two - The Human Torch and Namor the Sub-Mariner We're on Twitter and Instagram @MarvelEventsPod Music by Scott Tofte Intro/Outro voiceover by Johnie Powers Check out the hosts other shows! Travis - Reel Comic Heroes Bryon - Marine Corps Movie Minute
What's this you say? Finally a new episode of the Marine Corps Movie Minute? Not so fast. Bryon and Perry are still on leave, but reset assured we will return for another season and another Marine Corps Movie. Until then, we thought we'd give a little sneak preview of what Bryon has been up to during the hiatus. Enjoy! Welcome to Marvel Events Timeline. Travis and Bryon are thrilled to be your guides through the Timely, Atlas and Marvel Comics universe. This is our pilot episode, and it's an introduction to who we are as podcasters and comic book readers. We hope you enjoy this episode and come back for more! If you want in on the conversation join our Facebook group: Baxter Building Breakroom. Next Time! The Original Two - The Human Torch and Namor the Sub-Mariner We're on Twitter and Instagram @MarvelEventsPod Music by Scott Tofte Intro/Outro voiceover by Johnie Powers Check out the hosts other shows! Travis - Reel Comic Heroes Bryon - Marine Corps Movie Minute Find out more at https://the-marine-corps-movie-minute.pinecast.co
Heresies can get you in trouble, but so can some traditional ideas. In this episode, Matt discusses his favorite heresies about humanity, sin, morality, and divine perfection. Matt is @mattyinaz on Twitter and IG email@example.com Song "Apollo" by Timely via Epidemic sound Support the show at Patreon.com/practicemakespresence.
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Do you want a Jeep Wrangler based on Pinky Tuscadero? Timely reference? #Jeep thinks so. Wendy doesn't want to go the "lost d-ring" route Tammy did, so she gets lockable d-rings! Two episodes a week Monday and Friday!
Becoming Hannah Montana | Kevin Hart w/ Miley Cyrus on Hart to Heart Season 1 Episode 1 ▬▬▬▬ Miley Cyrus joins Kevin Hart in a heart to heart conversation about her journey and development from the child starring as Hannah Montana to the current acclaimed artist she has become. Was it really the best of both worlds? Kevin Hart sits down with Miley Cyrus to dive into what it was like for a young and impressionable Miley to be "Hannah Montana", and how it blurred the lines between her character and her own identity. Up next: Kelly Clarkson and Don Cheadle + New episodes dropping every week! Synopsis: Armed with his insatiable curiosity, lightning wit, and vintage wine, Kevin Hart sits down to interview A-list guests in the comfort of his virtual wine cellar for an uninterrupted hour of insight, truth, enlightenment, and of course, some humour. Hart to Heart will dig deep to find out what makes these world-class influencers tick, their goals and aspirations, their journey to stardom, and the obstacles they overcame to reach their lofty status.
This week we look at: Safe harbor guidance for PPP forgiveness and certain grants for reduction in revenue test for ERC Auto depreciation limits announced for 2021 Taxpayers barred from producing evidence letter with no postmark applied was placed in mail by due date by US Court of Claims, even though the Tax Court allows such evidence Copyright 2021, Kaplan, Inc.
Surprisingly, when the early church faced persecution, they didn't seek protection or deliverance. Instead, they prayed for God's help to proclaim the Gospel more boldly. Discover why their prayer should be our own, on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. Listen...
It can be tempting to retreat from the world's social and political troubles. But is this what we're called to do? Hear the answer on Truth For Life as Alistair Begg studies a timely prayer that reveals the early church's response to hard times. Listen...
On this week's episode of Data Book, Chief Healthcare Executive™ spoke Blair Childs, senior vice president of public affairs at Premier. We discussed potential for the Improving Seniors' Timely Access to Care Act (HR 3173) to be signed into law and how it will improve access to care for patients by changing how prior authorizations for prescriptions are done. We also talked about how machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies can help health systems adjust if the bill is signed into law and how they can help automate prior authorizations.