Mo breaks down the 4 percent rule. What is it? How does it work? Does it work? If so, what rules should you follow and make sure you don't break. What are the alternatives in your withdrawal strategies? Mo covers it all and untangles the 4 percent rule. CloudVestors
The decumulation stage of retirement is different from all those years you spent accumulating your retirement savings. Video Recap: https://youtu.be/UyvHGltT1Z0 This is why you need to have a retirement plan in place to help guide you through this transition. Unfortunately, the same plan won't work for everyone which is why it is important to understand what type of strategy would work best for you. On this episode of Financial Symmetry, Allison Berger and I will check out the risks and opportunities to consider as you approach the decumulation stage of your life. Listen in to hear what you need to consider to make the most of your personal retirement plan. What to consider if you are retiring before age 59.5 If you are planning to retire before the age of 59.5 you first need to make sure that you have all your ducks in a row. Before age 59.5 you won't be able to access your various retirement accounts without a penalty, so you'll want to make sure that you have access to money for this time period outside of a traditional retirement account. You could obtain funds from a brokerage account, home equity, rental properties, or an inheritance. Before you retire early, think about which funds you could source without having to take a penalty by dipping into your tax-deferred accounts. You'll not only need to know where your money is coming from when retiring early, but you'll also have to think about health insurance. Obtaining health insurance before you are eligible for Medicare can be quite costly. Many people choose to go with COBRA or the ACA. Make sure you consider the costs of health insurance when creating your retirement plan. The younger you retire the more susceptible you are to sequence of return risk. Sequence of return risk can lead many people to become conservative with their investments, however, this leads to increased inflation risk. To consider these two types of risk it is important to have a balanced portfolio Retirement between the ages of 59.5 and 65 If you are planning to wait until full retirement age at 67 or beyond then you may be funding the early years of retirement all on your own without the help of Social Security. Once you reach the age of 59.5 you can access your retirement accounts without penalty. However, it is important to remember that income from your IRAs, 401Ks, and 403Bs will be taxed when you access them. Sequence of returns is still a factor this early on in retirement so make sure that your portfolio can weather the storms that the market could bring. Listen in to discover what you should be thinking about 2 years before you apply for Medicare. Retirement considerations after age 65 Once you reach 65 you can enroll in Medicare and will no longer have to worry about paying for costly medical insurance. This is a good time to start thinking about when you will take Social Security and the tax ramifications. If you are unfamiliar with the Social Security tax bubble check out episode 101 to learn more. During retirement, your annual tax plan should always be taken into consideration with your overall retirement tax plan to ensure that you save as much as you can over the course of your lifetime. Retirement strategies don't always go according to plan You've probably heard of popular retirement strategies like the 4% rule, the guardrails, the bucket strategy, or a systematic withdrawal approach. These strategies are all great on paper but they can often fall apart when life gets in the way. We like to take a flexible approach to retirement planning that is based on your life and your financial plan. We look at the big picture to think about how you can reduce your lifetime tax rate and create a plan that works with your financial goals. Examine where you are on your retirement journey. Think about your risks and opportunities when creating your retirement plan. Listen to this episode to hear what you need to think about during the different phases of your retirement. Outline of This Episode [2:40] What to consider if you are retiring before age 59.5 [7:30] Considerations for those between the ages of 59.5 and 65 [9:49] Retirement strategies don't always go according to plan [12:10] Retirement between ages 65 and 72 [16:39] Retirement in the post-RMD age [22:28] Progress principles Resources & People Mentioned Starting Over in Your 50s How an IRMAA Appeal Can Save You Thousands of Dollars Solving the Social Security Tax Bubble Mystery Connect With Chad and Mike https://www.financialsymmetry.com/podcast-archive/ Connect on Twitter @csmithraleigh @TeamFSINC Follow Financial Symmetry on Facebook Subscribe To This Podcast Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play
This week we speak with Ed Condon, Co-Founder, and Editor of The Pillar a Catholic news and analysis site. He reflects on the role of Catholic Journalism and the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the failed nation-building attempt there. This week's action item: How you can get alerts about when your legislators are holding town hall meetings in your area. Plus, the resources you'll get to be equipped for those meetings. Related links: www.PillarCatholic.com
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Guest: Jan Vermeulin Jan Vermeulen joins John to discuss the events that have followed Icasa's emergency spectrum decision. Telkom has made a recent court application seeking to stop Icasa from withdrawing the temporarily assigned spectrum at the end of next month. ICASA has explained in a brief statement that it ‘intends to oppose the litigation', but it has not provided any information on what grounds it intends to oppose it. Jan Vermeulen is an investigative technology journalist and MyBroadband's Editor-at-large. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Air Force Chaplain Jonathan Dawson felt the call to help Afghan evacuees well before the military came knocking. He chatted with Boyd from Qatar about the amazing effort he coordinated to get everything from basic supplies to toys as thousands of people escaped The Taliban. His experience teaches us about the role religion can play in helping those in the toughest of situations. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
President Biden's poll numbers are crashing, despite advocating for some popular policies. What is going on? Boyd shows where the messaging has gone awry and discusses what that means for the Democrats. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sara welcomes U.S. Army Lt. Col. Scott Mann (Ret.) to discuss the painful impact that the U.S. abandonment of Afghanistan is having on our American heroes who fought, bled, and lost their friends there. Mann was an organizer of the Pineapple Express, through which veterans helped to rescue more than 700 Afghan allies and their families.Sara and Col. Mann discuss the challenge of transitioning from military service to civilian life, a change that drove Mann to the brink of suicide, and how telling your story is helpful to veterans and the civilians who have no idea what our service members went through. They also reflect on how four different American presidents didn't give the war in Afghanistan the attention and policies it needed.Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillowhttps://mypillow.com/carterGet BOGO Free Giza Dream Sheet Sets with code CARTER.The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.Tunnel to Towershttps://T2T.orgDuring this 20th anniversary year of 9/11, help America to NEVER FORGET. Donate $11/month to Tunnel to Towers at T2T.orgUniversal Coinhttps://universalcoin.com/SaraVisit online or call 1-800-UCB-GOLD for a no-cost no-obligation Gold Info Kit.
Brooke Siem is a mental health and wellness writer, speaker, and chef. Brooke's mission is to share the story of what happened after she booked a one-way ticket to Malaysia and got off all the drugs that she had been on since a teenager, one by one by one by one by one. Her story chronicles explosive and terrifying antidepressant withdrawal and the fight to manage the modern mental health system, all while demanding hope and forgiveness in the name of healing. Before being known for her work surrounding long term antidepressant use and antidepressant withdrawal, Brooke spent 10 years as a working chef. She co-founded Prohibition Bakery in 2011 and was named one of Zagat's 30 Under 30 in 2014. In 2017, She competed on—and won—the hit Food Network show, Chopped. Connect with Brooke: https://www.brookesiem.com/ 10% off an order of Fuckit Buckets™ at fuckitbucket.co with the discount code MPH2021 http://learnhappy.brookesiem.com/ Connect with Dr. Aaron Tressler: www.in8life.com Facebook & Instagram: @in8life --- What happened to Making Pittsburgh Healthy? Go back to episode #79 to listen to the final episode and understand why the podcast is now called Restoring Innate Health!
All Roth money is after-tax but not all after-tax money qualifies as Roth. Lesley breaks down the key rules so you know when your Roth IRA or Roth 401k earnings are actually income tax and penalty-free.------------Listen to all Podcast EpisodesSubscribe to our weekly newsletter: The Rebel LetterVisit our WebsiteSchedule a Discovery CallRebel Rock Wealth | Financial Strategies for Independent Thinkers
#226 Daniele Piomelli is Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry and Louise Turner Arnold Chair in Neurosciences at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). In addition, he is the director of the UCI Institute for the Study of Cannabis, a multidisciplinary research institute led by the UCI's Schools of Medicine and Law. Daniele studied pharmacology and neuroscience with James H. Schwartz and Eric Kandel at Columbia University, and with Paul Greengard at Rockefeller University. Daniele is an author of more than 400 peer-reviewed articles in journals such as Nature, Science, Nature Medicine, PNAS and Nature Neuroscience, three full-length books, and 34 patents. He co-founded the unit of drug discovery and development (D3) at the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa (Italy) which he directed from 2007 to 2016, and the biopharmaceutical start-ups Kadmus Pharmaceuticals, NeoKera Therapeutics and Aspire Biosciences, all based on discoveries made in his lab. He is Editor-in-Chief of Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, the only peer-reviewed journal entirely dedicated to the study of cannabis, its derivatives, and their endogenous counterparts in the human body. In this episode we cover History of human use of cannabis Why we have an endocannabinoid system and cannabinoid receptors? How cannabis works, especially in relation to chronic pain Current research on its use in chronic pain The duration of time someone should use cannabis for pain Why opioids shouldnt be used as the first line of therapy for pain Cannabis dependency Cannabis toxicity Withdrawal symptoms And so much more
NAD is a supplement. Similar to testosterone, if we are not producing enough, we want to supplement it. Well, NAD enhances the ability of Vitamin B3 to support cellular healing in the body. This is a naturally occurring element in the body in which production can decrease for several reasons. Substance abuse or any abuse the body suffers could potentially erode the production of this in our body, as well as aging. I am talking with Mike Godfrey and Stephanie Rose who are working together on a research project entitled “Perceptions of Mental Health and Recovery after Receiving NAD Treatment: A different Approach for Recovery and Withdrawal.” Although I do not support an abstinent-only approach, NAD seems to be a route for those that want abstinence. Withdrawal is painful no matter how you slice it, and when it comes to stimulants there has previously been no help, or harm-reductive approach, to detoxing. NAD is not only being used to detox people from stimulants but for those who are ready to leave their MAT (suboxone/methadone) behind, as well as alcohol. Not everyone is going to want to move into abstinence but for those that are interested in that route, NAD seems to get people to a place where they can step into sobriety with a mind that is thinking clearer than otherwise would be possible. Since doing this interview I have been taking NAD, I have not experienced any noticeable shift in my thinking or behaving. However, it should be noted that I didn't take any tests to see the level of NAD I was producing, so it very well may have been a wash. I do have an MRI coming up in Dec for my MS, if I have significant shrinking in my legions or if it aids in any way I can detect, I will definitely let you know. The center doing the research is Incura in North Little Rock Arkansas. https://incura.life/ @incura.life on Instagram Dr. Stephanie Rose bio https://uca.edu/healthsci/facultystaff/rose/ Questions: Would you try NAD if you were in a position to face detoxing? Where do you see NAD treatment, taking the information you have heard here, being able to offer benefit. Is NAD offered in your treatment facility? The Recover Yourself approach is a path to your total wellness: Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual (however you define that). If you have pain or a major diagnosis, spiritual misgivings, or are easily emotionally disrupted, you are not whole. We give up on ourselves so easily. As children, we lived under the influence of our parents and that, for many, continues from one relationship to another. There is a you that you will be, which you have never known, that you can Recover To. Contact me when you are ready to step into that. o Patreon https://www.patreon.com/RecoverYourself o Instagram https://www.instagram.com/martinjon/ o Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MartinJonRecoveryMentor o LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/martinjonarts/ o Link Tree https://linktr.ee/martinjon o Venmo: MartinJon_Garcia --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/martinjon/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/martinjon/support
The meeting came a day after Afghanistan suffered its deadliest attack since US forces withdrew. Also: Austrian chancellor resigns amid corruption inquiry, and what can you make with pinhead oatmeal, mushrooms and vegan cheese?
Allan J. "Alonzo" Wind is a retired Senior Foreign Service Officer from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), having worked on and off with the Agency primarily overseas on diplomatic assignments from 1990 to 1992 and 1999 to 2019 in the Peru, Nicaragua, Angola, Nigeria, Iraq, Afghanistan and South Africa and the Southern Africa USAID Regional Missions. He provided oversight to U.S. government foreign aid development and humanitarian assistance, and supported U.S. Ambassadors as their senior development officer on multiple U.S. Embassy Country Teams. In South Africa he helped establish the Southern Africa Regional Leadership Center as part of President Obama's Young African Leadership Initiative, and contributed to other youth development efforts and business incubators. He previously worked as the Global Programme Coordinator for the International Save the Children Alliance Secretariat and as a Country Director and Health Sector Coordinator for different nonprofit private voluntary organizations including CARE and PLAN International in a range of countries including Ecuador, Bolivia, the Dominican Republic and the United Kingdom. Mr. Wind began his career as a Rural Public Health U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Ecuador from 1980-1982, where he was widely known as "Doctor Alonzo." The Alonzo nickname stuck throughout life in many countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia. He graduated from the University of Chicago. He is originally a New Yorker, and as a high schooler he was a "subway rat" attending the famous Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan. There he studied creative writing for two years with his teacher, the famous Irish American writer and raconteur Frank McCourt. He has always been an avid science fiction fan and sometime writer, and notes that writing science fiction and other creative writing under McCourt was invaluable for future U.S. government work. His recent book ANDEAN ADVENTURES: An Unexpected Search for Meaning, Purpose and Discovery Across Three Countries has been a best-seller on Amazon and is available in paperback and ebook formats, in English and a Spanish translation. There is also now a recently released audio book narrated by the author on Audible, available on Amazon and iTunes. He and his wife currently reside in Fairfax County Virginia in the United States, while their adult daughter is in Africa on her own adventures. Mr. Wind serves on the Boards of Directors of different non-governmental organizations, including Hunger Relief International, supporting any way he can, their efforts with the most needy in Guatemala and Haiti. What we Discussed: - Peace Corp - USAID - How host countries react - Diplomatic assignments in Iraq - Afghanistan and the Withdrawal of Troops - Iraq after the War - Discussing the US involvement in creating leaders in other countries - Who foots the bill of restructuring - Chinese engagement in Africa - Selling Armaments to Terriorists - His Book and more How to Contact Allan: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alonzowind/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/allan.windauthor.39/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/ajawind/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/galacticemp More about Awakening: Follow me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/royawakening Podcast https://www.awakeningpodcast.org/ Video https://www.bitchute.com/channel/y2XWI0VCPVqX/
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In Part 1 of the episode, General Stanley McChrystal talked about how he manages risks during his time as United States Army General, and how he uses the techniques that he had learned during then in Businesses. And of course, natural, the topic about the US Withdrawal from Afghanistan came up, and we get to talk about what happened with Iraq, Afghanistan, China. and Russia through his perspective, and also what were US's risks when we withdrew from Afghanistan. Listen to this Part 2 out of 2, and make sure you check out Part 1 if you missed it! My new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book! Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Follow me on Social Media: YouTube Twitter Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson speak with Lt. Col. James Carafano, of The Heritage Foundation, discuss the continued chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Boyd looks back at this week's questioning of Generals Mark Milley and Lloyd Austin by Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), and he discusses whether regular people and the rank and file in the Armed Services have confidence in those leaders. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Joe Biden Lied to the American People about the Withdrawal of Afghanistan” - U.N. WMD WatchdogsOn this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the reaction of the Senate hearing featuring prominent military generals, the holding out Manchin and Sinema are doing to stall Senate bills, and an update on YouTube's banning of RT Germany and how Russia is retaliatingGuests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. weapons inspector and a Weapons of Mass Destruction Whistleblower | Top Military Senate HearingJim Kavanagh - Left socialist blog writer | Division on the Bill VisionIvan Klepov - Head of online at RT Germany | Russia Holds The Line on YouTube's Jump Of The SharkMichael Goodwin - Journalist and Columnist at The NY Post | Hard Heads in the SenateIn the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about the response by the defense officials at the Senate hearing on Afghanistan. While the generals are in no position to talk on the mental health of a sitting president, they did shine light on issues of a remaining force in Afghanistan, who is responsible for civilian casualties, and much more.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Jim Kavanagh for a discussion on the inability of Congress to put their fighting aside and pass one of their reconciliation or social spending bills. We also talked with Ivan Klepov for updates on RT Germany's case against YouTube for obscene censorship.In the third hour Michael Goodwin joined the conversation to talk about the shock politics of having a definitive line senators will not cross like Joe Manchin and Krysten Sinema.
A.M. Edition for Sept. 30. WSJ's Sune Engel Rasmussen describes life under Taliban rule and the worries about Afghanistan's economy. Britney Spears's father is suspended as conservator of her $60 million estate. Facebook is scheduled to testify at a Senate hearing about its products' effects on young people's mental health. And, the science behind Covid-19 transmission on planes. Peter Granitz hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
More than a million people in New South Wales, the ACT and Victoria stand to lose COVID-19 disaster payments in the next few weeks with the federal government phasing out the emergency payments.The payments of up to $750 a week will start to be scaled back once the states and territories reach 70 per cent full vaccination for people aged 16 and over. - Повеќе од милион луѓе во Нов Јужен Велс, Австралиската Капитална Територија и Викторија ќе ги загубат исплатите поради катастрофата со КОВИД-19 во следните неколку недели, со оглед на тоа што федералната влада постепено ќе ги повлекува.Плаќањата до $750 неделно ќе почнат да се намалуваат откако државите и териториите ќе достигнат 70% целосна вакцинација за лица на возраст од 16 години и постари.
In Part II of this extended interview on the history and aftermath of the 20-year US war in Afghanistan, TRNN contributor Radhika Desai and Melkulangara Bhadrakumar discuss the future of Afghanistan and how Russia, China, Iran, and Pakistan are filling the geopolitical vacuum left by US withdrawal.A former career diplomat in the Indian Foreign Service for three decades, MK Bhadrakumar was stationed in the former Soviet Union as well as South Korea, Sri Lanka, Germany, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Kuwait, and Turkey. After retiring from his last post, he has been a prominent writer and analyst, focusing on India's foreign policy as well as regional and global affairs, particularly relating to China, Russia, Central Asia, the Middle East, and South Asia.
General Milley decides that the Afghanistan withdrawal a ‘logistical success' and defends his decision not to resign, Chris Cuomo's female executive producer begged to leave because they felt ‘threatened' by him, this NBA star decides to pass on covid vaccine, and Psaki is asked to explain just how a $3.5T bill will be costless.Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec
The Senate Armed Services Committee heard testimony today from top Pentagon officials about the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley and Commander of the United States Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie faced questions about the Biden administration's plan for conducting counterterrorism missions in the future and an airstrike that resulted in the death of 10 civilians. Additionally, Milley received questions on his calls to the Chinese government in the last few months of the Trump presidency. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today on the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the military generals testifying their own hesitancy with President Biden's plan to withdrawal from Afghanistan and even recommending the military keep a small presence in the country for security. These military general's speaking out doesn't just shed the light on the Afghanistan disaster but they also do not mind speaking out against the Commander in Chief. Photo by; Alex Wong / Staff See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Testifying before the Senate, two top U.S. Generals contradict the President, saying they advised him against a total withdrawal from Afghanistan, and that 2,500 American troops should remain. The White House is now pushing back on critics saying the Military's advice was, at no point, that in five years time this number of troops would be sustainable. President Biden's Legislative Agenda hangs in the balance. A possible Government shutdown looms on Thursday, with fears that if the United States defaults, in a matter of weeks nearly six million jobs could be lost. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Military leaders testified on Capitol Hill about the withdrawal on Afghanistan as lawmakers continue to wrangle over the possibilities of a government shutdown and the nation going into default. Plus, legendary musician Stevie Van Zandt joins the program to discuss his new memoir, 'Unrequited Infatuations.' Also joining the program is Eugene Daniels, A.B. Stoddard, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, and Dr. Irwin Redlener.
Tonight on the Last Word: Sen. Elizabeth Warren discusses her opposition to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's renomination. Also, Sen. Sanders urges House Democrats to vote against the infrastructure bill before reconciliation. Plus, Republicans risk a recession by refusing to raise the debt limit. And California Gov. Gavin Newsom makes universal vote-by-mail permanent. Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Bharat Ramamurti, Norm Ornstein and California Assemblymember Marc Berman also join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Tonight's rundown: Highlights from the Senate hearing on the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, as General Mark Milley and other top military officials, testify Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claims that 20 percent of migrants coming to the U.S. are sick – but refuses to specify if they have COVID Congress is in turmoil as spending bills are blocked causing a possible government shutdown by the end of the week, should nothing be resolved Bill chats with Georgia Senate Candidate Herschel Walker Homicide numbers spike 30% across the country John Hinckley, who shot then-President Reagan in 1981, is unconditionally released This Day in History, 1920: Eight MLB players are indicted in the ‘Black Sox Scandal' Final Thought: Support Joe Namath's charity Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The end of America's 20-year war in Afghanistan was a "strategic failure," according to the assessment of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley. Milley, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Gen. Frank McKenzie, who runs U.S. Central Command, all appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday to discuss the withdrawal. Nick Schifrin reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
America's top general, Mark Milley, has told a Senate committee investigating last month's chaotic exit from Afghanistan that “damaged" is one word that could describe US credibility following its withdrawal. He testified that he'd not anticipated the speed of the Taliban takeover. Also in the programme: youth climate activists accuse world leaders of being full of hot air; and will a shortage of truck drivers in Europe and the United States lead to queues at petrol stations like in the UK? (Photo: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley testifies during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on the conclusion of military operations in Afghanistan. Credit: Reuters/Elizabeth Frantz)
Megyn Kelly is joined by former Congresswoman from Hawaii and 2020 presidential candidate, Tulsi Gabbard, to discuss the Senate hearing on the Afghanistan withdrawal, General Mark Milley and General Kenneth McKenzie's advisement against pulling all troops, Biden's bald-faced lies about the exit, how to regain worldwide credibility after the failure of Afghanistan, the problem with mixing “woke” politics and our military, the pork inside the bloated “human infrastructure” bill, and much more.Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
Join Jim and Greg as they react to Gen. Milley and Gen. McKenzie telling lawmakers they recommended keeping 2,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan to avoid the very debacle that ended up happening – a recommendation Pres. Biden denied just last month. They also hammer New York Gov. Kathy Hochul for forcing health care workers to […]
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In this special episode, filmmaker, activist and podcaster Jason Jones guest hosts A Neighbor's Choice. Jones starts the show with a reflection on Rene Girard's thoughts about the vulnerable of society. Later, Jones is joined by an Afghanistan veteran Mike who talks in-depth about the Taliban's future; Al Qaeda's history alongside the Taliban; the cost of the war in Afghanistan; the implication from the US withdrawal on homeland security; and more. Check out the Jason Jones Show podcast here. Visit A Neighbor's Choice at aneighborschoice.com
In this episode, I am joined by BCBA Chrissy Barosky who is the Chief Clinical Officer of Bierman ABA. Chrissy and I discuss the extremely important topic of assent withdrawal. Assent withdrawal is when a learner is trying to tell that they are not happy with something. This may look like escape or avoidance behavior. As educators and clinicians, it is essential to identify when assent withdrawal is occurring and honor this request. Chrissy shares how to identify these responses and what to learn from the situation when this does occur. She shares proactive strategies that can help create an environment that is more conducive to that individual's learning. Learn more: https://www.biermanaba.com/why-is-assent-withdrawal-essential-in-aba-therapy/ Click here to find out more info about The Autism Helper Professional Development Membership: https://theautismhelper.com/membership/ Want more information about The Autism Helper Courses? Visit: https://theautismhelper.com/courses/ Looking for a specific product or resource? Visit The Autism Helper store on TpT: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/The-Autism-Helper Get all updates from The Autism Helper Podcast by clicking subscribe above. Head over to theautismhelper.com for more info. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest @theautismhelper.
What happened after 9/11? What happened in Afghanistan? What happened in Iraq? What were we doing in Afghanistan for 20 years? What have we achieved? In this episode, Brandon Webb, author, former United States Navy SEAL and SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, with one combat deployment to Afghanistan and one to the Persian Gulf, joined me to talk about his time when he deployed to Afghanistan after 9/11. We also discussed why America has stayed in Afghanistan so long after we won the war? Listen to this Part 1 out of 2, and Part 2 will come out the same day too! My new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book! Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Follow me on Social Media: YouTube Twitter Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What exactly happened to the Withdrawal from Afghanistan? What went wrong? How should America has be more effective in the withdrawal? What should we do better in politics, in terms of foreign policy, and internally? In this 2nd part of the episode, Brandon Webb, author, former United States Navy SEAL, and SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, with one combat deployment to Afghanistan and one to the Persian Gulf, talk about what should America do to be more effective in withdrawal, and how should the American politics and foreign policy be? Listen to this Part 2 out of 2, and make sure you check out Part 1 if you missed it! My new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book! Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Follow me on Social Media: YouTube Twitter Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken appeared before both the House and the Senate this week, where he met with bipartisan frustration over the hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan after the country's government fell to the Taliban.This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, national political correspondent Mara Liasson, and diplomatic correspondent Michele Keleman.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.