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The US House of Representatives expels New York Congressman George Santos. Meanwhile on the campaign trail, support continues to coalesce around Nikki Haley. To be seen as a strong alternative to the former president, Haley must master a balancing act between the party's conservatives and moderates. Featuring CPS' Howard Schweitzer, Mark Alderman, Towner French and Kaitlyn Martin.
Today, the House of Representatives voted to expel New York Representative George Santos from Congress amid his finance crimes and campaign lies. This makes him the 6th member of Congress to ever be expelled from the chamber. Boyd explains how this was about protecting the constitution and the institution.
Republican George Santos expelled from Congress in bipartisan vote. The NY Congressman, who has pleaded not guilty to 23 federal fraud charges, becomes only sixth member ever expelled from US House.This #BigFailFriday vote has historically changed our 'Representative Republic' removing the will of the people to decide who ultimately represents them. Thank You for listening. Now share!!! And, please support those who support us, like Disaster Plus
We have the latest as George Santos becomes the sixth member of Congress to ever be expelled from the US House of Representatives. Plus: Tyler Brûlé joins the show with a sneak peek at what's in store at this weekend's Monocle Christmas Market in Zürich. We visit a new food-research laboratory in Copenhagen and Billy Bragg stops by to perform a song from his new compilation album, ‘The Roaring Forty'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The truce between Israel and Hamas has ended and Israel has resumed airstrikes in Gaza. The US House has expelled a member for the first time in over 20 years, George Santos is out. A look at the recipients of this year's Ratzinger prize. And a new Catholic social media platform.
The Election of 1876 is probably the wildest election story and also integral to understanding the next 50 years of American history. It also serves as the final footnote of the Civil War, testing whether a nation divided by violence and warfare could ever really come back together. It does, but at what cost? Join Rebecca and Becca as we tell the complete story of the Election of 1876, warts and all. Comments or Questions? Or have an idea for future episodes - #pitchtothepod? Email us email@example.com Support Tour Guide Tell All: • Want to send a one off donation to support the podcast team? We have a venmo @tourguide-tellall • Check out our STORE for Tour Guide Tell All podcast paraphernalia from tote bags to stickers - https://tour-guide-tell-all.myshopify.com/ • Become a Patron for bonus episodes and early release: https://www.patreon.com/tourguidetellall If you are looking for more information, we found these resources to be helpful: Library of Congress: https://guides.loc.gov/presidential-election-1876 The Miller Center, Disputed Election of 1876: https://millercenter.org/the-presidency/educational-resources/disputed-election-1876 270 to Win: https://www.270towin.com/1876_Election/ The Electoral Vote Count of the 1876 Presidential Election, US House of Representatives: https://history.house.gov/Historical-Highlights/1851-1900/The-electoral-vote-count-of-the-1876-presidential-election/ The Election of 1876, White House Historical Association: https://www.whitehousehistory.org/the-election-of-1876 You're Listening To: Rebecca Fachner and Rebecca Grawl The Person Responsible for it Sounding Good: Dan King Technical & Admin Work Done During Toddler Naptime: Canden Arciniega Intro/Outro Music: Well-Seasoned from Audio Hero
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As the US House is scheduled for a third - and likely successful - vote to expel Rep. George Santos (R-NY), the Congressman held an extraordinary press conference where he took no prisoners calling out the liars den on Capitol Hill. There are little lies...and there are the big lies. Also today: Man or monster? Kissinger dead at 100. Finally: Sen. Paul to force vote on Syria withdrawal.
Pope Francis remains in the hospital after being diagnosed with breathing difficulty and inflammation of the lungs. And, an agreement to extend the current cease fire between Israel and Hamas was reached. The US House & Senate remain billions apart on a government funding bill.
In the 7 AM Hour: Celebrity Chef DARRYL "Drama" TAYLOR Pierre Polivier's epic takedown of the media Louisville Shooter's Manifesto Mike Clancy, candidate for US House or Representatives in Virginia's 10th District Sky News Anchor's unbelievable question Where to find more about WMAL's morning show: Follow the Show Podcasts on Apple podcasts, Audible and Spotify. Follow WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" on X: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc. Facebook: WMALDC and Larry O'Connor Instagram: WMALDC Show Website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/ How to listen live weekdays from 5 to 9 AM: https://www.wmal.com/listenlive/ Episode: Friday, November 24, 2023 / 6 AM Hour See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An update on the ongoing U.S. House investigation into the business dealings of President Biden's family. Stay up to date with this story and more at TheCenterSquare.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/america-in-focus/support
Facts and Spins For November 22, 2023: The US and the Philippines launch joint military patrols, China reaffirms its support to expand BRICS, the US House gears up to impeach Biden by January, Israel makes moves to approve a hostage release deal with Hamas, Ukraine sacks two cyber defense officials, Musk sues Media Matters over its claims that X promotes ads beside hateful content, the US Senate subpoenaed the CEOs of X, Snap, Discord to testify on child safety, the UK's Sunak announces an initiative to produce climate-resilient crops, Papua New Guinea's tallest volcano erupts, and over 200 are convicted in Italy's biggest organized crime trial in decades. Sources: https://www.verity.news/
Marjorie Taylor Green (MTG) is a far-right Christian nationalist from Georgia that has supported QAnon conspiracy theories ranging from KKK white supremacy drivel to harassing Parkland school shooting survivor, David Hogg. MTG has no place in the US House of Representatives and the House GOP and members of the Republican Party should work to expel the MAGA congresswoman from Congress. #gop #qanon #georgia #congress Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene (MTG)? (00:51), MTG Profits Off Low Income Housing (08:05), Congressional Gun Control Hearings (15:34), MTG Attacks AOC (20:44), Congressional District 14, Georgia (22:41), KKK White Supremacy in Georgia (25:32), Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (34:44), MTG's Congressional Voting Record (41:04), Any Upside to MTG? (47:14)
A new report by an oversight committee in the US House of Representatives says the FBI has routinely violated rules governing FISA's Section 702 surveillance program and must be reined in. Read this story here.
Tomorrow is Election Day here in Utah... and one of the big races we've been keeping our eye on is the race to fill Utah's congressional district 2 seat in the US House of Representatives. Celeste Maloy (R), Kathleen Riebe (D), and January Walker (United Utah Party) give their final pitches to voters ahead of tomorrow.
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This episode is presented by Carolina Readiness Supply – Two North Carolina Republicans in the US House helped block an impeachment effort of the US Homeland Security Secretary. Plus, a new poll shows overwhelming support for Hamas and its attack among Palestinians. Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's podcast: 1) President Joe Biden signed a stopgap bill to extend government funding into early 2024, averting a government shutdown for now but kicking a politically-divisive debate over federal spending into a presidential election year. 2) Gaza's telecommunications services stopped Thursday after providing companies said the fuel used for generators had been depleted, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. Syria's aerial defenses intercepted some Israeli missiles that were fired against targets in Damascus, state-run Sana news agency reported. 3) Alphabet Inc. Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai said he expects China to be “at the forefront” of artificial intelligence, and said it's important for the US to collaborate with the Asian nation on both regulation and innovation. 4) Embattled New York Republican George Santos announced he will not run for reelection to his seat in the US House. The news came just after the GOP chairman of the House's ethics panel called Thursday for Santos's expulsion following a committee investigation that found “substantial evidence” the New York Republican violated federal criminal laws. 5) Cincinnati Bengals lose QB Joe Burrow with sprained wrist in loss to Baltimore Ravens. Ravens TE Mark Andrews is also injured. Full transcript: Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager and I'm Karen Moscow. Here are the stories we're following today. President Biden has ended the immediate threat of a government shutdown. He has signed a temporary spending bill that extends government funding into early next year. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has the details from Washington. President Biden signed the legislation yesterday while in California for a summit of APEC leaders. The bill maintains existing funding levels and pushes a fight over the federal budget into the new year. When Housublicans say they will push for stiff spending cuts. It splits the deadlines for passing full year appropriations bills into two days January nineteenth for some federal agencies February second for others. This short term package allows lawmakers to regroup over the Thanksgiving holiday while talks continue on spending in policy agreements in Washington. I maye more as Bloomberg Radio, Sorry, Amy, thanks by the stopgap bill does not include funding for Ukraine and Israel. In fact, new usaid for Ukraine risks slipping to mid December and maybe longer, casting doubt on Washington's ability to keep up the flow of weapons that both the Biden administration and the Ukrainian governments say is vital as soon as Congress could complete negotiations and pass new Ukraine assistance his mid December, nearly two months after President Joe Biden first requested sixty one billion dollars for the country in its war against Russia. Well, now, Karen, let's turn to the latest on the war in the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu is defending his country's raid on the Alshifa Hospital in Gaza City. He says, Israeli troops uncovered a Hamas command center underneath the facility. We had concrete evidence that there were terrorists chieftains and terrests. There are terrorists minions in the hospital, and in fact they fled as our forces approached. They fled. That's why we had no firefight. We entered that hospital with Arabic speaking Israeli doctors with incubators and we had no firefight. But Hamas was using the patients in that hospital as a human shield. Prime Minister n Antanyahu spoke on the CBS Evening News. Meanwhile, the Israeli military says it has taken control of Gaza's harbor. People in the southern city of Conyunis say Israel has dropped leaflets telling them to seek shelter and sirius as it's intercepted some Israeli missiles aimed at targets in Damascus. Well back in the U, asked Nathan. The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation some it is wrapping up in San Francisco, and we're learning more about President Biden's deal with China's Sheshin Ping to crack down on Fentanel. The White House agreed to remove a Chinese organization accused of human rights abuses from its sanctions list change for Beijing's WHO operation about an administration official tells Bloomberg taking the Institute of Forensic Science off the Commerce Department's entity list was the only way for the US to make progress on the Fentandel crisis, and at the APEX Summit, Karen the CEO of Alphabet, said he expects China to be at the cutting edge of artificial intelligence development. Speaking with Bloomberg, Soon Darpshai warned the world's two biggest economies will have to work together on developing a framework for AI. My senses, there is no way you make progress over the long term without China and the US deeply talking to each other on something like AI. So I think that has got to be an integral part of how you make progress. So I think I'm glad to see it, and you know, we have to lay the foundations. The good thing is we are still in early days of the technology. Alphabet CEO Soon Darpuchai's comments come after business titans including Apples, Tim Cook, and Black Rocks Larry Fink, attended dinner with China's president on the sidelines of the APEC summit. Well, Nathan, we're seeing fall out this morning from Elon Musk's endorsement of an anti semitic social media post. A Tesla investor is calling for must to resign, and IBM has now suspended its advertising on X because of the proximity of its ads to Nazi posts. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. This comes amidst a swirl of controversy surrounding X and Elon Musk. In the past couple of days, watchdog group Media Matters reported out that IBM, Apple Oracle, Exfanity, and Bravo all had a placement. IBM opted off, saying IBM has zero tolerance for hate speech and discrimination. Meanwhile, the White House has reacted to a Musk post so that it says is anti semitic. NC spokesman John Kirby, we certainly abhorror comments that are anti Semitic in tone and certainly don't associate ourselves with the comment. Musk endorsed a post that said the Jewish community pushed hatred toward whites in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter Bloomberg Radio, okay, and thank you. Moving to mark It's now we're watching shares of applied materials in the pre market. They're down more than seven percent. Reuter's is reporting the largest maker of chip making machinery in the country is facing a criminal investigation for allegedly violating export restrictions to China. The report says the Justice Departments looking at whether Applied Materials sold hundreds of millions of dollars of equipment without the proper licenses. And Nathan, the escalating fight between the US and China, where technological dominance has triggered one of the most stunning reversals of corporate strategy yet. Ali Baba Group has walked back plans to spin off in list it's eleven billion dollar cloud business. Ali Baba shares dropped nine percent yesterday, wiping out more than twenty billion of market value. On the flip side, Karen Watching shares of Gap they are hired by more than eighteen percent. The retailer reported third quarter profit that exceeded forecast. Same store sales fell for a fourth straight quarter, but that decline was less than expected. Stronger results at Old Navy, GAP's biggest brand offset weakness at Athleta and Banana Republic. Crude oil has collapsed into a bear market Nathan. It's down twenty percent from its September high. CRUs run of four straight weekly decline so long as losing streak since May has come despite collective and voluntary supply cuts by the Organization of petroleum exporting Countries and its allies. The losses have also been embedded by the evaporation of an Israel Hamas war risk premium as fears the conflict would expand and disrupt oil supplies have so far not materialized. And it's time now for a look at some other stories making news around the world, and for that we're joined by Bloomberg's Amy Morris. Amy, Good morning, Good morning, Karen. The pressure is building for New York Congressman George Santos to resign or face expulsion. It follows a scathing House Ethics Committee report. Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons has that story. Committee Chairman Michael Guest says the evidence uncovered in the House investigation is more than sufficient to warrant punishment, and he plans to file an expulsion resolution. Wisconsin Republican Congressman Brian stone File tells Bloomberg's sound on the findings are alarming. The illegal actions that are set forward in this report are incredibly concerning. The report alleged Santos used campaign money to pay off his personal bills and to make luxury purchases. Santos responded to the report saying he would not run for reelection in Washington. Nancy lyons Bloomberg Radio and that expulsion resolution Nancy was talking about is expected to be filed by nine o'clock this morning in Washington. A New York appeals court says the gag orders imposed on Donald Trump by the judge in the state's civil fraud trial against him are unconstitutional, and the restrictions were put on hold pending for their arguments. The decision is a major win for Trump, who has publicly lambasted the judge overseeing the case and accused him of frampant bias. This is just one of six trials Trump is facing as he seeks re election. California officials say a section of Interstate ten in Los Angeles that was damaged in a fire last week will reopen earlier then expected. Governor Gavin Newsom's said the mile long stretch of interstate will be open to traffic again weeks ahead of time after the state doubled the crews working on those repairs. One thing we can guarantee you is we will be opened five lanes in both directions at the latest Tuesday of next week. Fire officials say the fire was deliberately set in an arson investigation is ongoing. Secretary of State Antony Blincoln yesterday signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement with the Philippines. At the signing ceremony, Secretary Blincoln said it is part of the US support for clean energy projects there with the Philippines leadership, we're also working together to develop a nuclear energy sector in their country to fuel a reliable, secure, and affordable clean energy future. The agreement allows the US to legally export nuclear equipment and material to the Philippines for peaceful uses. Global news twenty four hours a day and whenever you want it with Bloomberg News Now. I'm Maybe Morris and this is Bloomberg Karen, all right, Amy, thank you well. We do bring you news throughout the day right here on Bloomberg. But now, as Amy said, you can get the latest news on demand whenever you want it. To subscribe to Bloomberg News Now to get the latest headlines of the click of a button. Get informed on your schedule. You can listen and subscribe to Bloomberg News Now on the Bloomberg Business app, Bloomberg dot Com plus apples, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. It is time now for the Bloomberg Sports Update, and here's John stash Hour, John Karen. Big game in the AFC North the kickoff week eleven the Bengals and the Ravens. They both had four game industries come to an end this past Sunday. All the More started things off with a seventy five hour touchdown drive. The Ravens then trailed in the second quarters. Edwards in the backfield. Lamarta throw fires down the middle, It's deflected at part, have a reflection Milsan Hagalore twenty fifteen come bo. Heflected for six. Hagle a deflection rave into the end zone Wbal. About a minute a half later, another Lamar Jackson TD passed. The Ravens beat the Bengals thirty four to twenty. Baltimore's eight and three and in first place. Cincinnati is just five and five and in the last place NBA and Miami. They he won their seventh in a row. Jemmy Butler scored thirty six in a win over Brooklyn. Oklahoma City made it five to last six, winning one twenty eight one to nine at Golden State. The Warriors have lost five in a row. They're just one and five at home. They went thirty three at and eight at home. Last year. They rode out the injured Steph Curry and without the suspended Draymond Green. MLB owners approved thirty to nothing in the move of the Oakland A's to Las Vegas, and they waive the relocation fee. The A's will be in Oakland in twenty twenty four, but the plan is to beat a new stadium in Vegas by twenty twenty eight. It's unclear where they might be playing in between. It's the first time an MLB team has moved in Montreal. Expos went to Washington in two thousand and five. Baseball has given the twenty twenty five All Star Game to Atlanta, who had it taken away after that voting law was passed in twenty twenty one. John Stasha our Bloomberg Sport from coast to coast, from New York to San Francisco, Boston to Washington, d C. Nationwide on SYRIASXAM, the Bloomberg Business app, and Bloomberg dot Com. This is Bloomberg daybreak, Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager. China will be at the forefront of artificial intelligence. That's what the CEO of Alphabet soon Dar Pashai, is saying. He says it is important for the US to collaborate with China on both regulation and innovation when it comes to AI. Pieshai, along with executives from Microsoft, City Group and Tesla, have been meeting with Chinese President Shi Jinping and US President Joe Biden at the APEX summit in San Francisco. After those meetings, the Alphabet CEO joined Bloomberg's Emily Chang and told her the world's two biggest economies do need to work together on AI regulation and development. It's not going to be easy, but I would start from this PREMI is that AI will proliferate, So this is not the inherent nature of software. AI advances will get out to in all countries, and so it is naturally the kind of technology. I don't think there's any unilateral safety to be had. We all have a shared incentive to solve for safety. You know, you could have AI go wrong in one country that will impact every other country. So in some ways, it's like climate change. In the planet. We all share a planet. I think that's true for AI. So now that you know that that will be true, I think you have to start building the frameworks globally to make progress. I've seen encouraging progress when the G seven happened in Hiroshima, I think it was a good start. You've seen more progress the Uki summit last week. The administration here, the White House has been leading the way as well, and I saw good encouraging announcements even yesterday for US in China to start having a dialogue on AI, well, that was my next question. Should Chinese regulators be part of this conversation on AI regulation? My sense is there is no way you make progress over the long term without China and the US deeply talking to each other on something like AI. So I think that has got to be an integral part of how you make progress. So I think I'm glad to see it. And you know, we have to lay the foundations. The good thing is we are still in early days of the technology, so laying the foundations now will allow us to work through the tough issues and build a common framework over time. How do you think AI? And obviously the US presidential election coming up as well. How do you think AI is going to further test election integrity? I think you know, over time, it's going to lower the barrier for creating you know, artificial information which may or may not matror what's happening in the real world, right, and that barrier will come down. So in this cat and mouse game, how do we amp up our defenses against that. We are in early stages, right. You know, we were one of the first companies to announce a water marketing technology for image generation. It's called Synthide, done by deep Mind, and we are providing API access to it. But all of us need to tackle it. These are areas where regulation will have to play a role, right. I think governments will have to overtime pass regulations about what is okay for you some of this synthetic content and so, which is why I think you have to think about it together. Open AI CEO Sam Mollman has said repeatedly he wants to know more about what's happening with AI in China. What do you know and what do you not know about where China is on AI. From what I can tell, they're making deep investments in AI. The scale of AI research talent in China. It's just simply astounding to see. So I think, you know, in some ways this question, China is going to be at the forefront of AI, and you know, I think that's a given. And so the question is how do we work over time, both for you know, other countries to make sure you're making progress in AI and over time, how do we develop the frameworks where you know, countries can coexist peacefully in a world in which AI will be you know, everywhere. You know, President Biden actually just said he doesn't see the USD coupling with China, but the world does seem to be on a path to two separate internets. Do we continue in that direction? And what does that mean? It's tough to say. You know, things go through in phases. I think we are definitely in a phase where there are more forces pulling it apart. But you know, inherently these technologies also facilitate easy exchange of information, so I think there are countervailing forces as well, So I think it's tough to predict. I do think information wants to flow freely by nature, So you know, my hope is over time, you know, thanks to couple back again. This is Bloomberg Daybreak today, your morning brief on the stories making news from Wall Street to Washington and beyond. Look for us on your podcast feed at six am Eastern each morning, on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. 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Facts & Spins for November 16, 2023 Top Stories: A Ukrainian lawmaker is arrested on suspicion of Russian-linked terrorism, Israeli forces enter Gaza's largest hospital, Donald Trump's legal team demands a mistrial in the New York civil fraud case, the World Food Program says 25% of Sudan's population faces climate-exacerbated hunger, North Korea reportedly tests a new engine for its intermediate ballistic missiles, the US House passes a stopgap bill to avoid a government shutdown, Biden announces 5 federal judicial nominees, including the first Muslim appellate court judge, Nikki Haley softens controversial comments about social media verification, Mexico's first nonbinary magistrate is found dead and the UK inks a major trade pact with Florida. Sources: https://www.verity.news/
APAC stocks followed suit to the global risk-on mood after softer-than-expected US CPI, while the region also digested better-than-expected Chinese activity data.US House voted 336-95 to pass a temporary spending bill that would avert a government shutdown; bill now goes to the Senate.European equity futures are indicative of a slightly firmer open with the Euro Stoxx 50 +0.2% after the cash market closed +0.8% yesterday.DXY is stuck just above the 104 mark, USD/JPY is sub-151, whilst other majors hold onto gains vs. the greenback.Looking ahead, highlights include French Unemployment, UK CPI & RPI, French & Italian CPI (Final), EZ Trade Balance & Industrial Production, US Retail Sales, Japanese Trade, Fed's Barr & Barkin, Biden-Xi Meeting, Supply from GermanyRead the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
On today’s Daily Evolver Live (every Thursday @ 10am PT on YouTube) Ankur and I discussed the new Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Mike Johnson. He’s a fundamentalist Christian who supports Trump and the election deniers. He’s also for Covenant Marriage and against porn, two views that may be evolutionarily potent. Ankur and I tease apart what is good and what is retrograde in his views.
US equities finished higher in Wednesday trading, though ended off best levels, with the Dow Jones, S&P500, and Nasdaq finishing up 47bps, 16bps, and 7bps respectively. October retail sales fell for the first time since March, though decline was smaller than expected. October PPI posted a surprise contraction. US House passed a stopgap bill to avert a government shutdown. President Biden and China's XI began their meeting in San Francisco.
The US House of Representative's passed a temporary funding bill that would avert a government shutdown. Dave and Debbie speak with Representative Blake Moore about the vote and also discuss his new role in congress as vice chair of the Republican Conference.
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The US House has revealed its plan to fund the government and prevent a shutdown before November 17th. The House has proposed a "ladder continuing resolution" rather than a massive omnibus spending package before Christmas. Boyd breaks down what that means and how Speaker Johnson is trying to change the conversation around government funding.
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Hosts: Maura Carabello and Taylor Morgan For what seems like the 100th time, Congress is now working hard to avert a new government that could happen on November 17th. Maura and Taylor discussed how the newly elected Speaker Mike Johnson is approaching his proposal.
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Dr Buchman is a candidate for the United States House in Utah in a Special Election being held this year. He is running as an Unaffiliated candidate and focused on two issues 1) freeing all witnesses and whistleblowers from any illegal NDAs (Non-Disclosure Agreements) regarding waste, fraud, criminal activities, and evidence of human interaction with NTI (Non-Human Intelligence) both technology and biologics.Joe holds an earned Ph.D. from the Indiana University Media School, an MS in Finance from Purdue, and a BS in Marketing from IU. After earning tenure as a Professor of Management, he left traditional higher education to develop online MBA finance courses for the University of Chicago's online MBA program, and pursue his dreams of adventure travel (chasing total solar eclipses, trekking the Altai Mountains of Mongolia, Burning Man, the Sundance Film Festival, and driving the entire US interstate highway system in a camper van with his wife and four children (now all grown), and throat singing).His lifelong interest in cosmology, nucleogenesis, and the possibility of extraterrestrial life led him to serve, with six former members of the United States Congress, on the 2013 Citizen Hearing on Disclosure in Washington, DC, first as the moderator, and then as a member of the Congressional panel. His research has been published in a wide variety of college textbooks and trade publications, and presented to the American Psychological Association, the National Association of Broadcasters, TEDx at Burning Man, the Roswell UFO Festival, the Society for Scientific Exploration, FreedomFest, Contact in the Desert, the Sonoma International Film Festival, and the SETI Institute's Contact: Cultures of the Imagination conference in Mountain View, CA. He is also the author of the Forward to ROSWELL: THE ULTIMATE COLD CASE by Donald Schmitt and Tom Carey.Dr. Buchman has been a candidate for the US House in three elections, 2008, 2017, and 2023. The latter two of those being Special Elections called by the Governor of Utah after the resignations of two of Utah's congressmen.
Independent investigative journalism, broadcasting, trouble-making and muckraking with Brad Friedman of BradBlog.com
Someone smashed some pumpkins in Czech Republic, Texas justice of the peace sues to not do gay marriages, Catholic priest hosts gay orgy, a crappy amicus brief, Italian priest causes liturgical horror, the Synod on Synodality, and a Christian nationalist officially takes over the US House of Representatives.
On this Salcedo Storm Podcast:Congressman Matt Rosendale represents the 2nd Congressional district in the great state of Montana. He's a Freedom Caucus member and sits on the House veteran's affairs and natural resources committees.
In episode 324, the girls are back to talk about the genocide happening currently in Palestine. FOOTNOTES: Israel-Hamas war updates: Israel says its forces surround Gaza City Israel-Hamas war live: 20 dead in Israeli attack on school – ministry Amid ongoing war, BP and Eni among firms awarded gas exploration licenses in Israel The unrealized potential of Palestinian oil and gas reserves A Close Look at Some Key Evidence in the Gaza Hospital Blast Leaked: Israeli plan to ethnically cleanse Gaza THREAD. We seeing an organized McCarthyist campaign unlike any in decades. US House passes Republicans' Israel-only aid bill, faces dead end in Senate Gaza authorities say 15 killed in Israeli strike on Bureij refugee camp Quote from Israel's former Public Diplomacy Minister Galit Distel Atbaryan Israel raids Gaza with tanks; U.N. says ‘nowhere is safe' for civilians This video proves Israel killed their own people on October 7 and fired tank shells at Israeli homes. Another Palestinian journalist in Gaza killed by Israel, Mohammed Abu Hattab and 11 members of his family were killed in Khan Younis, SOUTH of Gaza, where residents were told to flee too. This is his death being announced on TV. Until the final breath: Ghassan Abu-Sittah's oath to Gaza Ethiopian women in Israel 'given contraceptive without consent' Shani Louk's mother says 'at least she didn't suffer' after the 23-year-old was confirmed dead, weeks after she was last seen being paraded by Hamas through Gaza Want to fully understand your family genealogy? Not without a court order ‘From the river to the sea': What does the Palestinian slogan really mean? Video shows Israel hostages calling for ceasefire, unclear if forced | Israel-Hamas Conflict Israeli captive endured ‘hell' in attack, but treated ‘well' in Gaza Israel-Hamas war: Satellite data shows Israel intensifying bombing of south Gaza Video shows bodies on road south of Israel-besieged Gaza City “Text-Book Case of Genocide”: Top U.N. Official Craig Mokhiber Resigns, Denounces Israeli Assault on Gaza “Blowing up and flattening is a pleasure for the eyes”: Israeli minister on the bombing of Gaza Q&A: Former UN official Craig Mokhiber on Gaza, Israel and genocide Before Israel, Jews considered settling in western Kenya Woman sitting at picnic table stabbed to death at apartment complex, Texas cops say Maha's Problematic Post: Can Hollywood Move On? Pro-Zionism and antisemitism are inseparable, and always have been Antisemitism, the highest stage of Zionism See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew Kliman and Brendan Cooney discuss this famous principle of distribution, in the context of Marx's work and as discussed in a recent Ph.D. dissertation by Edoardo Bellando, ”From Each According to His Ability, to Each According to His Needs”: What Could it Possibly Mean, and What Lies Behind this Marxian Principle? After briefly reviewing the origins of the principle and pre-Marx advocacy of it, Andrew and Brendan talk about what the principle means and doesn't mean as well as the part it plays within Marx's overall argument in the Critique of the Gotha Program. Plus current-events segment: Mike Who? Anne Jaclard, organizational secretary of Marxist-Humanist Initiative, joins Andrew to discuss the new Speaker of the US House of Representatives, a Christian nationalist who played a key role in the Trumpite conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election.
Jacki gives her view of the U.S. House Speaker's race, having been a former counsel on Capitol Hill to the Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Constitution (House Judiciary Committee). While Matt Gaetz' tactics are high-risk (and extremely nerve-racking), Jacki believes he will be judged historically by the outcome. Likewise, talking heads repeat the criticism of a GOP House conference divided, but almost never tell the other half of the story: how we got here. Jacki shares her view of the palace intrigue that persistently surrounds most Republican speakers, whether state or federal, and how they bring many governance problems onto themselves. - - - - - What war in the Middle East means to the U.S. and Europe: Why do European nations constantly act counter to their own best interests and equivocate when bad actors wage war? (Hint: They are fatally reliant on the bad actors for oil and gas…those commodities the activists told you would be obsolete and irrelevant by now). With 1/5 of the world's oil and 1/3 of all LNG shipping through the Strait of Hormuz, we cannot afford to get these things wrong! The mission of The Jacki Daily Show is to prevent World War 3. If only Europe had listened.
546. We interview Robin Roberts about her new book, City of the Undead. "From its looming above-ground cemeteries to the ghosts believed to haunt its stately homes, New Orleans is a city deeply entwined with death, the undead, and the supernatural. Its location near the mouth of the Mississippi River grants it a liminal status between water and land, while its Old World architecture and lush, moss-covered oak trees lend it an eerie beauty. Complementing the city's mysterious landscape, spiritual beliefs and practices from Native American, African, African American, Caribbean, and European cultures mingle in a unique ferment of the paranormal. A long history of enslavement and oppression have also produced fertile soil for stories of the undead. Focusing on three manifestations of the supernatural in New Orleans — Voodoo, ghosts, and vampires — Robin Roberts argues that the paranormal gives voice to the voiceless, including victims of racism and oppression, thus encouraging the living not to repeat the injustices of the past. Robin Roberts attended Mount Holyoke College, where the presence of its founder's grave in the center of campus kindled her interest in the otherworldly. After receiving her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, she taught undergraduate and graduate courses with a focus on popular culture and gender. She lives in New Orleans." (LSU Press) This week in Louisiana history. Rebellion against Ulloa began with spiking of protective New Orleans cannons. This week in New Orleans history October 27, 1768. Jazz is Legislated as a National American Treasure. November 4, 1987 In 1987, the US House of Representatives and Senate passed a bill proposed by Democratic Representative John Conyers Jr. to define jazz as a unique form of American music stating, among other things, "... that jazz is hereby designated as a rare and valuable national American treasure to which we should devote our attention, support and resources to make certain it is preserved, understood and promulgated." The bill passed in the House of Representatives on September 23, 1987 and in the Senate on November 4, 1987. This week in Louisiana. Bayou Teche National Scenic Byway Distance: 183 miles Duration: Half-day to two days for self-guided tour The Bayou Teche National Byway has long been recognized as a travel corridor to and through important cultural, historic, natural, recreation and scenic environments. It is located in a three-parish area of Louisiana that exists along the beautiful Bayou Teche west of the Atchafalaya Basin from Morgan City through Franklin, New Iberia, St. Martinville, Breaux Bridge and on to Arnaudville. Primary access to the Bayou Teche Byways occurs from Interstate 10 and US 90. Postcards from Louisiana. TBC Brass Band & Hasizzle at Satchmofest in the Old Mint in New Orleans. Listen on Google Play. Listen on Spotify. Listen on TuneIn. The Louisiana Anthology Home Page. Like us on Facebook.
Thursday, November 2nd, 2023Today, in the Hot Notes: Judge Aileen Cannon signals in a hearing that she's amenable to delaying Trump's Florida trial; Kash Patel testified for the defense in the trial to keep Donald Trump off the ballot in Colorado pursuant to the 14th Amendment; the Congressional Budget Office is out with it's score on the GOP aid package to Israel; Donald Trump Jr. takes the stand in the NYAG civil fraud trial; the House will vote Wednesday night on whether to expel Santos; Tuberville's hold on military promotions may have contributed to the heart attack suffered by the Commandant of the Marine Corps; plus Allison and Dana deliver your Good News.More from our Guests:Harry Dunnhttps://twitter.com/libradunnhttps://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/harry-dunn/standing-my-ground/9780306831133/Steve Piersonhttps://www.piersonforca.comhttps://twitter.com/PiersonForCAhttps://www.howwewinpod.comHow We Win The House 2024!https://swingleft.org/fundraise/howwewin2024Want some sweet Daily Beans Merchhttps://shop.dailybeanspod.com/Subscribe to Lawyers, Guns, And Money:Ad-free premium feed: https://lawyersgunsandmoney.supercast.comSubscribe for free everywhere else:https://lawyersgunsandmoney.simplecast.com/episodes/1-miami-1985Check out other MSW Media podcastshttps://mswmedia.com/shows/Follow AG and Dana on Social MediaDr. Allison Gill Follow Mueller, She Wrote on Posthttps://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrotehttps://twitter.com/dailybeanspodhttps://www.tiktok.com/@muellershewrotehttps://instagram.com/muellershewroteDana Goldberghttps://twitter.com/DGComedyhttps://www.instagram.com/dgcomedyhttps://www.facebook.com/dgcomedyHave some good news; a confession; or a correction?Good News & Confessions - The Daily BeansFrom the Good Newshttps://www.score.orghttps://www.instagram.com/dognamed89Listener Survey:http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=shortFollow the Podcast on Apple:The Daily Beans on Apple PodcastsWant to support the show and get it ad-free and early?https://dailybeans.supercast.techOrhttps://patreon.com/thedailybeansOr subscribe on Apple Podcasts with our affiliate linkThe Daily Beans on Apple Podcasts
After Israel's bombing of a Gaza refugee camp this week killed scores of civilians, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told CNN that there should be "no limit" on the number of civilians Israel can kill. In a previous interview he urged Israel to turn Gaza into post-WWII Berlin. Also today, US House passes resolution authorizing attacks on Iran.
After weeks of rancor and chaos, the US House finally has a new Speaker, Louisiana Republican Mike Johnson. Conservatives are cheering and Democrats are wailing. But will anything fundamentally change in DC? Also today: Why was Ron Paul in DC during the Speaker vote? We will reveal in today's Report.