We're Witnessing the High Price of the Biden Presidency. Jen Psaki Blows Off Your Inflation Concerns. Steve Yates, Former Deputy National Security Advisor, Weighs in on Ukraine. Never Forget What Tyrant Trudeau Did to the Truckers. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Isabel Brown & Lauren Chen join the panel to discuss trans athlete Lia Thomas, the sleep away camp in CA that allowed biological male counselors to share a cabin with female campers, the CDC updating developmental milestones for young children, the "Don't Say Gay" bill in Florida, Cardi B's expert opinion on Russia, and more.
(00:00-24:47) – We open Wednesday's show by pondering what finish to the year would be considered a failure for Purdue basketball. Our EP Todd Meyer, noted Purdue fan and homer, stops by to share his thoughts on it and we take some phone calls on it. Plus, we look back at previous Purdue teams and examine the rest of the season for the Boilermakers. (24:48-37:45) – Dan and show producer Jimmy Cook discuss Indiana's tournament chances and what they need to see from them to get into the NCAA Tournament. (37:46-48:53) – Dan ends the 1st hour of the show by asking for support for one of his former players at Bowling Green, Kirk Cowan, who is currently battling Leukemia. (48:54-1:12:43 – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to give his thoughts on the future of the Colts at quarterback, left tackle, wide receiver and edge rushers. Plus, how likely is it that the Colts move on from Carson Wentz. (1:12:44-1:27:20) – We head to the phone lines as people share memories from the Bob Knight Chair Throw Game vs Purdue which happened 37 years ago today. (1:27:21-1:39:28) – Dan ends the second hour of the show by interacting with the YouTube Chat and pondering the idea of Jimmy G coming to the Colts. Plus, Dan talks about the NFL's now scrapped plan to have the NFL Combine participants quarantine in a bubble during the event. (1:39:29-2:00:10)– The great Seth Greenberg of ESPN joins the show to share his thoughts on what a successful season for Purdue would be. Plus, Seth gives his thoughts on the Juwan Howard handshake line incident at Wisconsin and the punishments that were subsequently handed out. Later, Coach takes us around some the college hoops action so far this week including UConn's win over Villanova last night. (2:00:11-2:19:36) – Ryan Burr of ESPN stops by to hand out his favorite golf bets for this weekend at the Honda Classic. Also, Ryan asks Dan if he would willing get into a fight with another human being which leads to discussions on Juwan Howard's incident at Michigan. Plus, Ryan brings us up to speed on the Phil Mickelson controversy. (2:19:37-2:26:22)– Tuesday's show concludes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Dan and Jimmy talk Zion Williamson and Dan interacts with the YouTube Chat on Coach Knight's chair throw and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince discusses the upcoming truck rally in DC. Callers weigh in on what they expect. The former Ambassador to Germany and acting DNI, Richard Grenell joins the show from Maralago to give his perspective on the Russia / Ukraine situation. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Chicks discuss how Biden was late for his speech yesterday and he conveniently came out a 2:22 pm. Plus they talk about everything from Cardi B posting a video on Ukraine and Russia to the new alternative to CPAC. Please visit our great sponsors: My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/chicks Get Mike's book FREE with code CHICKS […]
The Chicks discuss how Biden was late for his speech yesterday and he conveniently came out a 2:22 pm. Plus they talk about everything from Cardi B posting a video on Ukraine and Russia to the new alternative to CPAC.Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillowhttps://www.mypillow.com/chicksGet Mike's book FREE with code CHICKS in the Radio Listeners Specials Box.Nutrisystemhttps://nutrisystem.com/chicks50% off all plans with code CHICKS.Acre Goldhttps://getacregold.com/chicksVisit GetAcreGold.com/CHICKS and start investing in physical Gold today! Healthycellhttps://healthycell.com/ChicksUse promo code CHICKS for 20% off your first order. Omahahttps://omahasteaks.comEnter CHICKS into the search bar to save over 50% plus get 12 FREE Omaha Steaks burgers with your order. My Patriot Supplyhttps://preparewiththechicks.comSave $50 TODAY on their 4-week Food Kits.Cozy Earthhttps://cozyearth.comGet UpsideDownload the FREE app and get 25¢/gal OR MORE on your first fill-up when you use promo code CHICKS
Have you ever experienced that little voice inside your head that tells you're not good enough, you're not smart enough, or confident enough and you wish you could just shut that shit down!!!!! Well, today's guest confidence coach Misty Nobegra shares her 3 step process on how to recognize what's holding you back, how to move towards self-confidence, and how to become an unstoppable human. This is an episode we can all relate to. We deserve to be the best versions of ourselves and it starts with becoming self-aware of what holds us back. Grab your coffee and let's talk about it. About the Guest: Misty Nobrega, founder, and CEO of Misty Nobrega Coaching is a Confidence Coach who helps powerful women build the unshakable confidence they need to become unstoppable. Misty founded MNC on a belief that women CAN and SHOULD be masters of their own destiny - though they rarely feel like they are. Misty has worked with dozens of women in both her 1:1 Life Coaching Model and her flagship group program The Confidence Project, to touch on key issues that make you feel weighed down, insecure, and victimized by your circumstances. This work is designed to help women release the opinions of themselves and others so they can step into the power that's already within. Misty also uses her knowledge and experience as a Certified Integrative Nutritionist to help women get right with their bodies once and for all. MNC's ability to look at the WHOLE picture provides a potent space for transformation unlike any other. Guest Contact: Follow Misty Nobrega on Instagram, check out her website here.
David Rubin, New York Times Chief Marketing Officer, talks about the extensive shift in the newspaper industry, the growing number of digital subscriptions and the NYT's latest acquisitions, including Wordle. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tonight's guests are Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent; Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia; Admiral James Stavridis (ret.), former NATO Supreme Allied Commander; Anne Applebaum, staff writer for The Atlantic; and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, U.S. Army (ret.), former director for European affairs for the U.S. National Security Council.
This was a fun little conversation with Licensed Therapist Mattie-Kay on the subject of IS LOVE BLIND? And other things about love, dating and relationships! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/timmygibson/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/timmygibson/support
Dr. Russell Schafer and Dr. Clinton Timmerman of the "Totally Oral" podcast join Kevin and Zach to run the Very Clinical gauntlet at VoD 2020! To refresh your memory, here are the clinical situations that The Totally Oral guys weigh in on: The questions: How did COVID affect your practice? You have to have a crown on #2...what material do you choose? Did you/would you place sealant on your own children? Your significant other needs ortho...wires/brackets or aligners? If your own #29 needed endo/core and crown/crown lengthening, would you do it or go right to an implant? If your significant other had a slight diastema between 8 and 9 would you suggest ortho, resin or porcelain? Do you want to weigh in? Join us in the Very Clinical Facebook group!
This week's interview edition of The Flagship Podcast is a must-listen as we welcome in former Texas DB Rod Babers to get his thoughts on the Longhorns and Steve Sarkisian. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Travis is back for another edition of the Drive Time Podcast. Today, we revisit the Mike McDaniel introduction press conference and give some thoughts on Coach's message. Plus, what people around the national media landscape are saying about the hire.
After Rudy Giuliani snubbed his deposition with the Jan. 6th committee, Chair Bennie Thompson revealed the panel is planning to meet on Friday to discuss the potentially more subpoenas. It comes as the National Archives learns more about Trump's communications the day of the insurrection. Plus, the wording in the RNC censure resolution of Reps. Cheney & Kinzinger sparks a rift among Republican leadership. Meantime, the Senate is expected to act quickly after the House approved a short-term spending bill Tuesday to avert a federal shutdown. And French President Emmanuel Macron meets with Ukraine's president one day after his meeting with Putin as tensions rise between both countries. Yamiche Alcindor, Alexi McCammond, Barbara McQuade, Al Franken, Mark McKinnon and Clint Watts join.
John talks to RB Antonio Gibson at the Fed Ex Field name release party to discuss the new name and uniforms of the Commanders. And Former Washington TE and longtime radio host Rick Doc Walker relives Washington's first championship played in his hometown of LA. Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app, use promo code KEIM, and get FIFTY SIX TO ONE ODDS on either team. Bet just FIVE DOLLARS and get TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY IN FREE BETS if your team wins. That's promo code KEIM at DraftKings Sportsbook — An Official Sports Betting Partner of Super Bowl Fifty Six. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Biden administration and military officials were at the U.S. Capitol Thursday briefing senators on the growing tensions over Russia and Ukraine. This comes after President Biden sent 3,000 troops to Eastern Europe to bolster NATO allies. Senators face tough questions about when to come down on the Russian government and how best to do it. NewsHour's Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
(00:00-22:18) – Dan opens Thursday's show by making a pact with show producer Jimmy Cook that they will not bet the Pacers again the rest of this season. Dan also talks further on the Brian Flores racial discrimination lawsuit against the NFL and examines Hue Jackson' claims that the Browns incentivized losing. (22:19-39:39– The head coach of the Michigan State Spartans the legend Tom Izzo stops by to take us through Sparty's season so far and share why he calls timeouts late so often. Plus, Coach Izzo shares how he feels about this year's group and if he feels there is a true favorite to win the National Championship right now. (39:40-40:50) – The first our ends quickly with Dan looking ahead to the rest of today's show. (40:51-1:06:20) – Our good pal Sean Salisbury stops by to weigh in on the Brian Flores racial discrimination lawsuit against the NFL and teams and the importance of bringing these issues into the limelight. Sean also goes over the seriousness of some of the allegations, including those brought up by former Browns HC Hue Jackson, and why the FBI might become involved at some point. (1:06:21-1:18:37)– We return from break with Dan evaluating the ramifications within the NFL should the allegations made by Brian Flores and Hue Jackson be proven true. (1:18:38-1:22:20) – Dan ends the second hour of the show by going over what the cost of the most expensive secondary ticket to go to Super Bowl LVI in LA. (1:22:21-1:43:58) – The final hour of the show begins with Dan talking more on the Brian Flores lawsuit. Also, our favorite attorney the great Frederick Vaiana stops by to share some more thoughts on the lawsuit and shares an applicable federal statute he found. (1:43:59-1:56:30) – Dan brings us back from break with some interactions with the YouTube Chat and more on the Brian Flores racial discrimination lawsuit. Plus, we talk about teams that are on our DO NOT BET list and how long the Indiana Pacers will be on there. (1:56:31-2:02:43) – Thursday's show closes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan goes over some bets that he likes in college hoops tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An investigation, last month, into sexual abuse in the German archdiocese of Munich and Freising found that when Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI served as its archbishop he had mishandled cases of sexual abuse committed by members of his clergy. His successors in Munich, Cardinal Friedrich Wetter and Cardinal Reinhard Marx, have also been accused of mishandling cases of sexual abuse. This week on “Inside the Vatican,” host Colleen Dulle and veteran Vatican correspondent Gerard O'Connell continue their analysis into the allegations made in the report and Cardinal Marx's subsequent response. They also discuss Gerry's interview with Hans Zollner, S.J., a leading abuse prevention expert based at the Vatican. Gerry reveals the pope emeritus' contribution to the report was assembled by at least two German lawyers who were given a document that proved Benedict attended a 1980 meeting where one of the four abuse cases was discussed. Despite having the evidence, the lawyers wrote that Benedict was not present at the meeting, and Benedict signed their report. In a statement, Benedict attributed the mistake to an editing error. Colleen and Gerry also recap Pope Francis' recent address where he counseled parents of L.G.B.T. children to never condemn their child, and the broader context within which this advice was given. Links from the show: Inside the Vatican: The German Synodal Way, Explained Inside the Vatican: What you need to know about Pope Benedict's record on sexual abuse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
**SPECIAL GUEST ALERT** BRETT TAYLOR OF BLEACHER NATIONS JOIN LOCKED ON CUBS! Passionate Chicago Cubs fan, lead editor and writer for Bleacher Nation, Brett Taylor, joins us to discuss a buffet of Cubs news, notes and info! -MLB LOCKOUT/SPRING TRAINING DELAY -2022 CHICAGO CUBS ROSTER OUTLOOK -CARLOS CORREA TO THE CUBS A POSSIBILITY POST LOCKOUT? -SHOULD SAMMY SOSA BE IN THE HALL OF FAME? AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! JOIN US! https://linktr.ee/lockedoncubs Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joe Biden hesitates to get involved with Electoral Count Act reform despite a bipartisan push. Is the existence of bipartisan options killing progressive ideals? Democrats rush against another government funding deadline. Michael D. Cohn joins us to further break down the ad war between Dr. Oz and David McCormick in PA's GOP Senate primary.
Elon Musk is irritated that a teenager has learned how to track his private plane flights. We lost the groundhog before he could either see or not see his shadow. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
Many real estate agents are always seeking that secret, lightning-in-a-bottle formula that will skyrocket them and grow their businesses in a flash, but it simply doesn't exist. We don't need some magical tool to make our dreams come true, if there's any magic bullet at all, it's hidden in the actions we take every single day. What are the simple things that are guaranteed to change the results we're getting? How do we take ownership of our time and make our success inevitable? In this episode, the REU Marketing Roundtable talks about the “magic bullet” to grow your business and why it's closer to us than we think. The real magic bullet to anything is consistency and daily habits. If your objective is to grow your business, but your daily habits don't reflect that, then you need to make a change. -Nick Sakkis Three Things You'll Learn in This Episode Why consistency matters What tiny but mighty activities will propel us to epic success in the shortest amount of time? How to measure and refine everything you do How do we deconstruct our results so we can be sure we're doing the right things every single day? The secret to being the best versions of ourselves Accountability begins with ourselves. Why do we falter at our goals when we start breaking promises to ourselves?
Dr. Bart Rossi, Clinical Psychologist joins Tom on the Armchair MBA to discuss online trolling. They discuss the different types of trolls online. Further they deep dive into why people troll online as it may be a deeper reason than you think. Also are online trolls happy offline? Watch the episode and let me know your opinion in the comments below. Want more premium content, donate to the show, check out my new website: http://ArmChairMBAPodcast.com Need money for your business, check out our sponsor: http://JSVCapital.com
In this episode your host takes a closer look at our present market turmoil and asks what has cryptocurrency got to do this all this? The show returns to a recent favorite guest, Jeffrey Robinson, for some insights and possibly some clues as to what the hell is happening. Robinson is the bestselling author of 30 books, and a popular speaker on the international after-dinner circuit. Born in Long Beach, NY (1945), he began selling freelance articles and stories to small magazines before his 15th birthday. Later, while attending Temple University in Philadelphia (BA-1967), he wrote for television and radio, was a staff writer at KYW-TV3 (1965), scripted a popular local children's show and was on the writing staff of "The Mike Douglas Show" (1966), a nationally televised daily talk show. After serving as a press and public relations officer in the United States Air Force (1967-1971), he took up residence in the south of France where he spent the next 12 years vagabonding around the world, writing articles and short stories for leading North American and British periodicals. In 1982, now earning his living as an established freelance journalist and short story writer, he moved to London England to write books. His money laundering tour de force, The Laundrymen (1993) was a headline-maker in 14 countries, establishing him as a recognized expert on organized crime, dirty money, fraud and money laundering. Actively maintaining that reputation through books, television programs and speaking engagements around the world, the British Bankers' Association has labeled him, "the world's most important financial crime author." In addition to books on dirty money, he has published investigative non-fiction, major biographies and novels. Source: jeffreyrobinson.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-aidan-byrne0/support
Hour 2: Brett Favre offered his take on Aaron Rodgers NFL future, Eli Manning provides some perspective, Gio gets excited to hear from his new weatherman Don, sounds like Evan Roberts is preparing for the worst, Jerry didn't get the memo about wearing Bengals swag but did deliver an update and eventually fell into line, plenty of NFL news on the coaching front and Sunday's slate of Championship games, Joel Embiid goes above & beyond, Carmelo Anthony heard some things, an update on the guys ‘Bad Year Draft' as Kayne West and Pete Davidson makes the news cycle and Boomer is wondering why a Chiefs helmet has appeared in the Built Ford Tough Studio???
Hall of Famer and Packers' great Brett Favre weighed in on Aaron Rodgers' future, and said Rodgers may have played his final game in Green Bay. Doug reacts to Favre's comments and speculates about what Rodgers is going to do next. Doug gives his thoughts on the Bills' GM saying publicly that the NFL overtime rule should change for the post-season. Former Super Bowl winning head coach Brian Billick joins Doug to talk about Bills-Chiefs game, Joe Burrow and the Bengals and to look ahead to the conference title matchups. Plus, Doug reacts to an exchange between Sean Payton and Dan Patrick. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
(00:00-22:45) – Wednesday's show begins with Dan asking a gun to head question to show producer Jimmy Cook about this weekend's conference championship games. Dan also talks on a Twitter battle he had last night with the local media. Plus, Dan shares his thoughts on last night's college basketball games and the decision by Louisville and Chris Mack to (22:46-41:55) – The head coach of Illinois basketball Brad Underwood stopped by to take us through the team's win over Michigan State last night. Plus, Coach Underwood goes over what makes his team special and how he feels about the state of the Big Ten. Also, Coach Underwood talks on his massive Chiefs fandom. (41:56-42:14) – The first hour of the show ends with a very very brief segment as Dan looks ahead to the rest of today's show. (42:15-1:03:59) – We're back from break as Dan's examines all the great games in college basketball tonight, including Indiana-Penn State at Assembly Hall. Dan goes over what he needs to see from the Hoosiers if they are going to get a win tonight. Also, Dan ponders players across multiple sports that deserve to be in the hall of fame. (1:04:00-1:17:46) – The second segment of hour number two features Dan going over the insane numbers from Barry Bonds career and discussing further the hall of fame case for players from the steroid era. (1:17:47-1:23:36) – Hour number two closes with Dan talking on Saints coach Sean Peyton stepping down and what ripple effects could occur. (1:23:37-1:53:03) – Our pal the great Seth Greenberg of ESPN joins the show to give his thoughts on how tough it is to validate wins as a team and find consistency as a team in college basketball. Seth also weighs in on the reported mutual split between Louisville basketball and head coach Chris Mack. Plus, Seth goes over Indiana-Penn State tonight and shares his thoughts on this weekend's NFL Conference Championship. (1:53:04-1:58:51) – We head to the phone lines for some calls on the Steroid Era in baseball and the culture at Villanova thanks to head coach Jay Wright. (1:58:52-2:07:05) – Wednesday's show ends with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Dan gives out his favorite wagers from the world of college hoops this evening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Supreme Court takes a case on affirmative action that could overturn long standing precedent. An ISIS jailbreak has now drawn American servicemembers to a remote Syrian outpost. And with cryptocurrency pulling in more U.S. dollars, ABC's Elizabeth Schulze goes inside a Bitcoin "mine."
NYPD Police Officer Jason Rivera shot and killed, PO Wilbert Mora critically injured, Chief Louis Anemone weighs in --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support
8,500 U.S. troops are on heightened alert for deployment to Europe after Russia stationed more than 100,000 military personnel on its border with Ukraine. Europe's considerable economic links to Russia have complicated the response to the Kremlin's threats against Ukraine.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House correspondent Scott Detrow, and international affairs correspondent Jackie Northam.Connect:Email the show at email@example.comJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.
Bill Handel talks about President Biden weighing deploying thousands of troops to Eastern Europe and Baltics. Rich countries are luring health workers from low-income nations to fight staffing shortages. Train robberies are a problem in Los Angeles, and a blame game has ensued. And The U.S. messed up it's new 5G rollout pretty badly.
Florida State added a commitment from RB transfer Trey Benson. It's a higher-risk, high-reward take with some clear upside as well as downside. What did FSU see in Benson and how could this take potentially pay off? Zach Blostein and Brendan Sonnone break down the Benson commitment in this episode of On The Bench. Then we're joined by UCF insider Jason Beede from The Orlando Sentinel to ask him what FSU fans should expect out of LB transfer Tatum Bethune, as well as new linebackers coach Randy Shannon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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