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Eric and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Discuss Drifting in Religion

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Discuss Drifting in Religion

"I'm talking to you genius. Guerrillas constantinou also known as jeannie constantino the author of a an exciting book called thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian. Mind so jeannie before we get into the deeper stuff. There's so much here You were just saying something. That i've i've talked about this endlessly over the years i as i think i shared with you. I'm you know i was raised. In the greek orthodox church and i sort of drifted away never consciously. I don't think people drift consciously but i drifted unconsciously into a kind of agnostic. Whatever ism i coined that term alvin. Write that down. Because we're gonna know but it's kind of funny that. I think that that happens to a lot of people who grew up. In the greek orthodox church is just kind of a cultural thing and then you kind of drift off and mary. Whomever and part of what's fascinating to me. Is that when you have what. I call any kind of ethnic christianity. The problem is that you can very easily focus on the ethnic part. So this is where the greeks hang out. We hang out in the church and as a result of that you're not thinking evangelist thinking about the fact that most people in this community or outside the greek church are secular. They're not so you can sort of lose something. I think that's part of the tragedy of what i think of his ethnic orthodox christianity in america's you forget that you're sending these kids like me into a deeply secular devotedly secular world and you kind of assumed that you know everybody in the audio is greek. But of course you're no longer in the. Aw that's right the word what. Y'all means village a just for your audie heads. That's right well. The fact is you're talking about your. Your experience is like many people but not just in the orthodox church. The same thing could be could be set did happen to lutherans. When they were earlier in the century when there were young german lutheran parishes versus swedish lutheran parishes or catholic cherishes. That were italian or polish. Or something like this. So we're definitely in that transition stage where we're having to really remind people that this is not about being greek and you don't have to be great or russia to be an orthodox christian orthodoxy is all over. The

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Olivia Rubens on Her Unique Knitting Designs

Wardrobe Crisis

02:43 min | 2 months ago

Olivia Rubens on Her Unique Knitting Designs

"So right before. The uk went into lockdown one of the final in-person fashion events for me was seeing the l. c. f. m. a. graduate. Show at the camden roundhouse. And i remember thinking. Oh my goodness who is this. Designer with. These amazing knits balaclavas. And i've never seen a style like yours. Before i mean your collection was on one hand so technically exquisite and on the other hand very dystopia and with you know the doll head handbags construction. Could you tell us what the influences behind your collection were. Yeah thank you so much. Wow yeah seems like is very odd. That was a time when i wasn't even thinking about kobe. It was on the other side of the world and all i was thinking about this collection out on the runway. It was really about you. Know overall femininity and identity might view grant in the end ended up. Being quite nihilistic which was that we can never fully know who we are as people and as women Somebody said something to me. Wants which was just that in order to know yourself completely. You have to meet every single person on the planet because you'll present a certain version of yourself to every single different person so unless you do that. It's impossible so i kind of ran with that. I was also kind of making criticisms about myself. Like i like to do. Just kind of point out little funny things by society in about myself and other and other people and the way that we kind of assume people's identities i think is hilarious like people watching which was something you know at the time that i was doing a lot because i'm sitting on the tube like so many hours of the day so that was part of it. It's just kind of assuming people's like based on stereotypes and kind making up stories in our heads. Because what else are we gonna do. We're sitting on the to and then this this idea of nature versus nurture so. I used victorian children as references. I came across this little vintage book at the vintage fair. A pitiful audie in florence. And i just thought it was so hilarious because these these children. Which are you know. They're supposed to be fun and playful and crazy but they were just so static and each one of them was so serious. And when i was reading up on victorian photography they had to compete with painters at the time for some reason always turned out serious and so all these photographs that they really style them like we have to get it right but when arguably now we would we would say that we capture someone's full essence when we get a candid photo of them so that was really funny and then the the modern version of that was hatching girls and do they become who they are because their parents are because of them or did they choose to do that. And so there were some hilarious references in their garments and i watched way too much reality. Tv and which is where all the toys and the dolls came from in that whole collection.

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"audie" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:15 min | 4 months ago

"audie" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Audie Cornish during a week full of news coming out of Washington. We didn't want you to miss this story. Today, The U. S government released its most detailed report ever on what it does and does not know about UFO's NPR national security correspondent Greg Murray has been following this and Greg Let's start with this. UFOs are somehow part of the infrastructure. Bill. What's the headline there? Uh, well, no sign of little green men here, Audie. Um, the U. S military in the intelligence community said they found nothing to support evidence of alien life. But they did find more than 140 reports dating back to 2000 and four where investigators could not find an explanation for what they call instead of UFOs, they call unexplained aerial phenomena. Now, the report says, the limited amount of high quality reporting hampers our ability to draw firm conclusions, so it may leave people on both sides a little disappointed. This report had lots of input from the military was released by the office of the director of National Intelligence. Part of the task force that's going to continue this work. What kind of events are we talking about? Well, perhaps the most intriguing reports coming from Navy pilots, particularly in 2014 and 2015, off the east coast of the US in at least a few of these were filmed, the pilot said they saw objects that moved at exceptional speed and agility and acceleration. And in some incidents, witnesses even claimed these these objects went underwater. So we're talking about multiple sightings over the course of months from experienced pilots, not not some kind of one off by an amateur. In the meantime, what you're saying is it doesn't really explain what's happening. But does it offer any suggestions or guidance? A little bit. It says that the UFO sightings are not part of a secret U S government or military project, and another theory was okay. Perhaps it's some sort of secret program coming from a rival country like Russia or China. But there's no evidence to support this either. There's speculation that it's It's perhaps some kind of hypersonic technology, something that the U. S and others are working on. But they don't seem to explain the accounts in this report. So given all these unresolved cases, it is likely to spur certainly more discussion and perhaps talk about even more resources being devoted to looking for some answers here. Why is this report coming out now? So late last year, Congress passed this big Covid relief bill, and then it was signed by Donald Trump on December 27th and buried inside. It was this call for this report. Marco Rubio, the Republican senator from Florida was a big driving force behind it. And so that's what we're seeing today is this. This preliminary report in Congress is also being briefed now the main conclusion where conclusions were leaked to the media several weeks ago. So as we heard, there's nothing really conclusive, that's likely to change people's minds. For UFO skeptics. It's probably going to to reinforce the notion that there's there's no proof here and for UFO enthusiasts. They're likely to say there are these unexplained cases, and it requires further study. There have been so many conspiracy theories. Obviously, why is this kind of, um for the people who are hardcore UFO enthusiast? I mean, they've They've claimed that the US government has found aliens. I mean, can you explain how we got from there to here? Right? I mean, I think we all have heard about the Roswell New Mexico story. It's a case where the fake stories better known than the real one. The fake story claims 1947. The Air Force found a spacecraft and aliens in the desert and has covered it up ever since. But in reality, the Air Force said these high altitude balloons for spying on the Soviet Union's nuclear program one of those balloons crash near Roswell, the Air Force cleaned it up. Didn't talk about a top secret program wasn't until 1994 that the Air Force put out a detailed report. And by that point, many people just prefer to believe the Flyer saucer flying saucer version of events, which contributes to the tourist industry that Roswell still has today. That's NPR's Greg Murray. Craig. Thank you. My pleasure. Yeah. The border crossing Love story. I carry you with me one a pair of awards at last year's Sundance Film Festival, then its release was delayed by the pandemic This week finally opens for general audiences and they will discover says critic Bob Mondello, that it doesn't just cross borders. It also crosses genres. Even looks to be in his early fifties. When we see him in a New York subway. He is musing about a past in 19 nineties Mexico that was filled with waiting, waiting for the mother of his five year old to let him take his son for a play date when the report was really waiting to cook, not wash dishes while his restaurant boss urges him to be patient. Look at the fellow Ascension, waiting for a relationship that can work in a Mexican society that forces gay men underground. He said that you know you're more complicated. That's Gerardo, a teacher saying you'd be a very complicated boyfriend. And he's got that right even as they slip into a steady relationship, even is thinking that things would be better in the U. S. Less homophobia likelier shot at becoming a chef. And when his son's mom realizes even is gay, and won't let him visit anymore, he takes the plunge toward the border, telling Gerardo He'll be away for one year. Manu even has always believed that life has something special. Waiting like a surprise, Gerardo, he says. That is not me. Is my surprise, but you arrived a little too soon. Mom must give us some Poquito Temple. Carry you with me is the first narrative feature from documentary maker Heidi Ewing..

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Air France, Austrian Flights Canceled as Russia Denies Belarus Bypass

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:43 min | 5 months ago

Air France, Austrian Flights Canceled as Russia Denies Belarus Bypass

"Air france and austrian airlines have both had to cancel services after their flight plans were rejected by moscow will for more on this. I'm joined by mark audie. Who's the principal director at my intelligence and a senior associate fellow at the royal united services institute in london and i'm also joined by multiple twenty four security correspondent ben. Ben i'll start with you Maybe can you deconstruct this for us. A little just we're supposed to be getting back into the air Airlines are very excited that they can of course be getting passengers and crisscrossing oliver europe We have this Small blockade or certainly some aircraft to have been turned around to entering russian aerospace It's quite unfortunate timing isn't it but it's all part of a wider context so we all remember that sundays saw this shocking version of a ryanair flight to minsk in belarus and the arrest of one passenger in opposition journalists and the us immediate sanctions were banning belarus in alliance from landing in the eu and ordering airlines to avoid belarussian aspects since then bellarusse is a whole on the radar. Almost can make out the the borders of the country on a map. Because there's no flights above it. It also meant that. Some flights between the eu and russia had to change routes and apparently now russian authorities are unwilling to accept that and declined those flights by f. haas genera. It isn't entirely clear. Why it's only those airlines and whether there are technically shoes to blame related to these route changes or if there are mostly political motivations for example signaling that russia standard belarus and that it's flexing its muscles and emphasizing the importance of its aviation market an airspace

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MLB All-Star Game yanked from Atlanta over voting law

BBC World Service

09:11 min | 7 months ago

MLB All-Star Game yanked from Atlanta over voting law

"This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. Totally unnecessary. That is what a top lieutenant in the Minneapolis Police Department said today about the way that former police officer Derrick Show Vin Pressed his knee into the neck of George Floyd, he testified on the fifth day of Sheldon's murder trial. NPR's Adrian Florido has been covering the proceedings and joins us again from Minneapolis. Hey, Adrian. Hi, Elsa. All right. So today wrapped up the trial's first week, which, as you know, I've been talking about has been packed with so much emotional testimony, like from bystanders who watched Floyd died to first responders who couldn't revive him. But today the trial seemed to shift a little right. Tell us a little bit about that. Yeah. Today, the prosecution worked to build its case that Derrick show Vin used excessive force on George Floyd. And to do that they called Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman to the stand. He is the longest serving police officer in the Minneapolis PD. He's been on the force since 1985. He's the head of the homicide division. And importantly, after George Floyd's death, he was one of the department employees who publicly condemned what show Vin did. Prosecutor Matthew Frank spent time today asking him about the dangers of restraining a suspect by laying them face down. Have you ever in all the years you've been working for the Minneapolis Police department. On been trained. To kneel on the neck of someone who is handcuffed behind their back in a prone position. No, I haven't. Is that if that were done with that be considered force absolutely. What level of force might that be? That would be the top tier the deadly force. Why? Because of The fact that if you need is on a person's neck That can kill him. Not not mincing words. They're obviously right. Well, what exactly did Lieutenant Zimmerman's say about the way show Vin handle George Floyd. So here is the same prosecutor asking Zimmerman a question about what he saw in the body cam footage of George Boyd's arrest. What is your? You know, your View of that use of force during that time period. Totally unnecessary. What do you mean? Well, first of all. Pulling him down to the ground face down. And putting your knee on the neck. For that amount of time. Is just Uncalled for. I saw no reason why The officers felt they were in danger if that's what they felt. And he said, the danger is what show then I would've had to field to justify keeping his his knee on Floyd's neck for that, Monk. E mean it's not every day that you hear. A police officer, especially a senior police officer criticized Another officer, even a former one, right, right? Yeah. But on cross examination, eyes show, Vin's attorney, Eric Nelson, worked to poke holes in his testimony, his main focus being the latitude that police officers are allowed during under the police department's use of force policy when they're responding to incidents, So here's Nelson asking that the same witness a question. You would agree, however, that in the fight for your life generally speaking in a fight for your life, you is an officer are allowed to use whatever force is reasonable and necessary. Correct? Yes. And that could even involve improvisation, agreed. Yes. Minneapolis Police department policy allows a police officer to use whatever means there never are available to him to protect himself and others, right? Yes. The defense attorney there, obviously giving clues about the kind of arguments he's going to make when it's his turn to present his case that show been feared for his life that he was dealing with the dynamic situation. Struggling suspect an angry crowd. And real quick. When do we expect the defense to start calling their own witnesses? Well. The prosecution is expected to wrap up their case by the end of next week. And then it'll be the defense's turn. We expect starting the following week that is NPR's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis. Thank you, Adrian. Thank you, Elsa. Critics say that George is controversial New election law restricts voter access and disproportionately effects people of color and in protest Major League Baseball announced today It will relocate the summer's All Star game and draft out of Georgia and under pressure from voting rights advocates. Major companies like Delta and Coca Cola have issued critical statements. Now. Stetson University law professor Ciara Tourist Spellissy studies the influence of corporations and lawmaking earlier today, I spoke to her about what she found striking about this wave of corporate criticism. One of the things that's remarkable about the new statements from Delta and Coca Cola is that they have changed positions a few days ago. They put out pretty Tepid criticisms and or support for the Georgia legislation, and now that the legislation has become law, and they've been under pressure from voting rights advocates They have changed their tune on. That doesn't happen that often. Let's dig into that a little more, because obviously corporate America lobbies. Statehouses Congress for all kinds of things, right? Can you talk about how aggressive they can be in this area or how reluctant they have been in this area in the past? So corporations have two main ways that they influence policy. One is through corporate donations to particular candidates. They then spend even more money lobbying lawmakers to get the policies that they want. Now, most of the policies that a corporation wants are for its own benefit. No, this is a little bit different because voting rights advocates in Georgia put pressure on corporations not just because they were located in Georgia, but also because they had given money to Some of the politicians who created this regressive Election law in Georgia. Can you talk about a moment in recent history where we've seen corporate activism lead to significant legislative change? I think the biggest Example of this was the 2017 tax cut. And the tax cut was literally for corporations. So you had political donors putting enormous pressure on Members of Congress and the corporate tax rate was cut significantly. Another example is bathroom bills and so by bathroom bills. These are Laws at the state level that direct individuals to only use the bathroom of the gender of their birth. And one of these bathroom bills was passed in North Carolina. The end see double a pulled championship games from North North Carolina. And that got AH lot of attention and and North Carolina. Rolled back that bathroom, Phil. We've been hearing a lot, especially in the last year about corporate responsibility, so to speak. What you going to be looking for going forward to see whether this is Real or not, well, one of the things that we saw after the riots at the Capitol on January 6th. Woz corporations deciding to pull back corporate PAC money from the Republicans who objected to The electoral college votes for Joe Biden. But now there is pressure from the U. S Chamber of Commerce, which is one of the largest trade associations in America. It's also one of the largest Dark money, political spenders in America, and they're urging their members to get back in the political spending game. So one of the things that I will look at After Georgia and after the riots on January, 6th is Do any of these corporations actually changed their political spending behavior. Ciara Torres Spellissy is a professor of law at Stetson University in Gulf Port Florida. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you. There is a new attempt to bring the U. S and Iran back to the 2015 nuclear deal with one The Trump administration left in direct talks are set to begin in Vienna next Tuesday.

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4 victims of California office shooting identified, as suspect charged with murder

BBC World Service

05:12 min | 7 months ago

4 victims of California office shooting identified, as suspect charged with murder

"Sir Chang and I'm Audie Cornish. This hour. We'll look at how faith communities approach pandemic lockdown differently. One day, we're gonna look back. And this is just gonna be a story that we tell what kind of story do you want to tell? Also one of President Biden's campaign promises was to overhaul the criminal justice system, and advocates say they are waiting for some real action now. Absolutely anxious form or change to come from this administration on criminal justice reform and how the Biden administration hopes to reverse systemic racism that's been baked into America's infrastructure. Now the news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Veteran Capitol police officer is dead and an unidentified suspect was also killed after police say the individual rammed his car into the officers, then into a barricade outside the U. S capital today. We say the suspect was shot and killed after emerging from the vehicle, brandishing a knife and moving towards police. It all happened here. The Russell Senate office building just after one p.m. today still not clear what was behind the incident, though it comes on the heels of the January six attack on U. S Capitol by supporters of former President Donald Trump that also claimed the life of the Capitol police officer. U. S Capitol police officer who died today has been identified as William Billy Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force. A second Capitol police officer was injured. Have the Minneapolis Police Department homicide division testified today. Kneeling on the neck of a suspect who was handcuffed amounts to top tier deadly force and it should have stopped. Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman, a long time officer on the force testified today and travel Derrick Show Vin the actions by the former officers saying they were totally unnecessary putting your neon and neck For that amount of pot that amount of time. Is just Uncalled for. I saw no reason why The officers felt they were in danger if that's what they felt showing faces, murder and manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd last year, prosecutors say corrected police video shows Trovan, who was white, kneeling on the black man's neck for more than nine minutes. Man has been charged with the murder and attempted murder in the Wednesday attacking a Southern California office building that left four people dead, including a nine year old boy. The Orange County district attorney's office is 44 year old Harmony, a dob galaxy. Gonzalez was charged with the attempted murder of two police officers after shooting at them when they reached the scene. Police say Gaxiola knew the adult victims. It's not clear what the motive was behind the attack. President Biden says the latest jobs report shows the U. S economy bouncing back, But he said the country still has a long way to go towards recovering from the pandemic. NPR's Asia, Roscoe reports employers added 916,000 jobs in March. That was the biggest game in jobs since last August. President Biden says the economy is doing better because of rapid growth of covert 19 vaccinations and government aid. He warned. That is too soon. For Americans to return to life is normal. So I ask I plead with you. Don't give back the progress. We've also fought so hard to achieve. Need to finish this job. Every American to buckle down and keep their guard up. This home stretch bite and also pushed for Congress to take up his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. But some Republicans have opposed the proposal, which would raise taxes on corporations. Aisha Roscoe NPR news U. S. Financial Markets are closed today for good Friday. This is NPR from W. H E News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Burress. Right now we have clear skies 55 degrees. It's 504 Major League Baseball says this July's All Star game will not take place in the Atlanta area following the signing of a bill that makes sweeping changes to Georgia voting laws. Meal. Moffett reports. Baseball was set to hold its Midsummer Classic and truest Park on July 13th, but Friday announced it would be relocating the game. A Republican backed bill signed into law March 25th has received substantial pushback from voting rights groups and corporations. Measure overhauls many of the state's election laws, including restricting the use of absentee ballot, Dropbox is adding I d requirements for vote by mail and giving lawmakers more control over the state's election board. In a statement, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said moving the game was the best way to show the MLB supports voting rights and fair access to the ballot box. Mio Moffett W. ABC News The Cobb County says it's rental assistance program was the target of a cyber attack. Stephanie Stokes has more The county's program offered $21 million to help tenants who are behind on rent demand was so strong earlier this year that the cab closed applications after little more than a week. Now, the county says it's email for receiving those applications may have been compromised. I found out within five minutes and disabled the email. The county says it also disconnected the affected server. It's unclear how much information was compromised. An investigation is underway. The cab was one of several counties around Georgia who received federal rental assistance funding.

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Israel's Fourth Election in Two Years: Is There A Clear Winner?

All Things Considered

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Israel's Fourth Election in Two Years: Is There A Clear Winner?

"So there is no clear winner yet. Netanyahu is expected to win the most seats in parliament, but he'll still need to build a coalition with other parties to get a majority. In your fourth election Now in two years. The last one was just a year ago. How unusual is this? I mean, what is this cycle of elections? Yeah, Israel isn't really in deadlock, and it all comes down to Netanyahu. He has been on trial for corruption and not enough parties have been willing to join a government with him. On the other hand, the opposition has just been too weak and too divided to come together and unseat him, and that's why we've seen this deadlock. Last year, Netanyahu had to share power with his centrist opponent, and that opponent was supposed to take over actually as prime minister later this year. Instead, Netanyahu forced these new elections so he would get another chance to stay. Prime minister. And what could help him this time? Are the vaccines. Many Israelis, no matter what their political affiliation is. Give him credit for securing covert 19 vaccines Early and Israel leads the world today and vaccinations per capita Looking ahead. What direction could this election take this government in terms of policy? Well, the government no matter what happens is going to be fairly right Wing or very right Wing on DIT depends. I mean, the left wing is very small in Israel, so we're looking at a few options if Netanyahu wins a majority. He would partner with ultra nationalists with the hard right with Jewish religious parties. They would strengthen Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. President Biden does not support settlements like Trump did. Now, if the opposition somehow manages to form its own government, it would also be heavily dependent on right wing parties. This vote will all come down to how the small parties come out. It's a very, very tight election, Audie That's NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem. Thanks for your reporting.

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How to host Pay-to-Play Fortnite parties

Side Hustle School

05:06 min | 9 months ago

How to host Pay-to-Play Fortnite parties

"Can help him up. Quick shout out to our sponsor and then we'll hear from audie a credit card on afraid to look at to see what the balance is. Well listen if you have been avoiding your debt. It's time to face it to confront it and upstart can help you do that. Help you face it confronted and finally pay it off. They'll find smarter rates with trusted partners. They assess a lot more than just your credit score and you can get approved the same day find out. How upstart can lower your monthly payments. When you go to upstart dot com slash hustle that is upstart dot com slash hustle. Don't forget to use your l. Loan amounts will be determined based on your credit income and certain other information provided in your application go to upstart dot com slash hustle. figures deli. Appearance told me. I should listen to side hustles at the always. Been interested in making some money being a student on. Wanted to see what you thought of my job. I'd like to invite people over in church for four nine party. I have pretty good broadband. I can sell them. Snacks and energy drinks that get from costco. I'm also working on setting up a socially distance area in my basement over the more people have the vaccine soon. So that won't be a problem. How much do you think. I should charge for these parties also. Do you play portland. Thanks potty what's up man. Thank you so much for calling in so-called to know that you're out there and i think you've done a better job than me because twenty years ago. I was just playing games. I actually did start selling on ebay. A certain point but i never monetize my love of gaming so i do love the idea of raising the standard of game parties adding in some professionalization and of course getting paid for your efforts so what might help ought to get off to a good start. I think what he needs to do is create demand. Okay so rather than say something like well. Here's the price the price range. Maybe it's ten dollars you know. Probably five to twenty dollars is the price range but rather than just focus on that. He needs to get people committed so that it's a desirable experience week in and week out. This is something that people want to come to right. Because you can't just sit in your own basement play games online and maybe during the pandemic you still need to do that depending on your location and situation but once it safe wouldn't it be so much cooler to hang out with like minded people and have those snacks and play all in the same room. So i would say you know. Tell everybody the first one is free and give them give them free. Energy drinks don't charge for them. Give them free at. I invite people who are popular gamers or connectors with a wide circle. Post photos afterwards tag. Some people you'd like to attend next week's and then speaking of that that word professionalization i used earlier. Make it a regular thing like build some structure into it. Call it ottis gaming. Den that host events every friday night and every sunday afternoon. Whatever the time is whatever named choose. Make business cards or

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Chicago boy arrested after Near West Side carjacking

The Sinatra Hours

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago boy arrested after Near West Side carjacking

"Police have arrested a boy linked to a car jacking yesterday on the near West side. Here's WGN's James Sears with the tails. Police in a helicopter saw the boy and three other people getting out of a soul in black. Audie Q five in the 7500 block of South Vernon Avenue, at about 11 30 last night. Ah, 33 old woman was pulled from that vehicle yesterday afternoon near the 100 block of South Oakley. She was kicked and punched you for the three men got into the vehicle and took off. Police are still looking for the three other people seen leaving that stolen Audie

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G2 Partners with Adidas

Esports Minute

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

G2 Partners with Adidas

"In late. October twenty Twenty-One. It will also be broadcast in 4k, which I'm really interested to see how that plays out despite all the attempts from various tournament organizers like blast e s l and Flashpoint to create major level events anything that comes directly from valve always carries just a little bit more wage. And our second story today G to announce the deal with Adidas the Athletic Apparel Brands pushing into Esports is one of my favorite ongoing stories in the industry. And even though I come from a Nike family whenever an athletic apparel Bridge joined a sports, it's always awesome to see mostly because they bring their creative teams with them G2 and audio release a commercial this morning and it was just absolutely sick. It's very similar to all these commercials focused on top soccer players. I tweeted out the commercial on my page if you want to watch I've linked my Twitter below the show. If you're not following please do jitu becomes the flagship Esports org for Audie the join deals with the team Vitality home team Heretics lying on and North clearly body has a focus

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Fat Mascaras Annual Naughty & Nice List

Fat Mascara

05:09 min | 10 months ago

Fat Mascaras Annual Naughty & Nice List

"All right. We're going to kick it off with a little naughty. Okay who's been naughty this year jess so my on the top of mind audie list are all the agents. The hollywood agents were telling their celebrity clients. Right now you know what i see for you. Doll and twenty twenty to your face on a cosmetics line. You need a skin care line. Almost saying the world needs it. But i think we're good for now. It really has been a year of celebrity line. Launches hasn't it yes. I've got a list of someone's that i don't know if they've all launched this year but here are some names you've talked about in the podcast this year ready ready lady gaga letting gaga. I mean we just talked about her last week as you know her. She trademark for skincare. Line that she has. I know house of gaga makeup line. Jennifer lopez is launching her line at the beginning of twenty twenty one riana fendi fifty skin Just launched for rail launches getting caroline alicia keys launched a last so clare which is like a whole skin-care but it's even bigger than skin care. It's a whole beauty nettle health. Line carmen electra. Into that one. We didn't even talk about her yet. To raji p. Henson has a haircare line. Selena gomez has a makeup line and yet. Does you doing skin to. It's not yet operative word serena williams is into hair care right or no no cisco son care. Spf member eleven. Yeah eleven right lauren. Conrad we had on the show. She is doing makeup end. Skin-care kristen bell she come out with a line or best friend. Kristen who we will fight to the death if you say anything bad about her so i don't have any problem with any of these individuals by any means. Were really well done. I liked a lot of products from a lot of those lines. Yes so we're not you know. I don't wanna hear like wait a second. You guys had these people on the show you promote them. What are you saying. You're talking to both sides your mouth. That's not it it's just. There's a saturation of celebrity. Like beauty. lions right now. I'm not sure how many more we need at like. I'm not sure how. But we definitely don't me. I don't know how many more the world needs. And i'm not really sure what. Us ps unique selling points. There are if we have too many more celebrity cardi right now through zeta-jones with her mar inducing video. Yes with her eyeliner. Like i just. I'm just not really sure how much more we can add to the conversation right now before it becomes like a parody. Do you remember all the fragrance lines came out like the end of the two thousands. It was like every celebrity became drink. Eventually yeah yeah i just. i'm nervous. Were getting to that point. Yeah i i. I agree with you and i think in general i found my job as somebody. Who's a beauty journalist. Who wants to try things and bring you the best. I found it really hard this year. There was just too damn much. Yeah so naughty naughty to the faceless agency i like it or blaming agents. It's true because those people get money out of it to all right Minority was my naughty mask. Ni twenty twenty two biggest off twenty twenty mask asked matthey okay so you guys know what that is that we didn't it didn't even this existed. We have the name. we had hormonal acne. Which often shows up on the lower half of the face. This is different. I got pimples this year in my mustache area. that's not hormone acne. That's mask me. Get this the american academy of dermatology published research papers. An eighty three percent of healthcare workers in china suffered skin problems on their face this year. Because everybody's walking around in a pp's which great a warm moist environments will logged pours. Acne and i'm just going to add onto acne naughty enough. it's not just acne. I was doing some more research on this and basically what the mass does. It just creates an inclusive environment the same way like your pimple patch does when you're healing pit bull that's good in some cases but not when you're using active ingredients so hey guys out there if you don't have mask knee. Heavy notions really read or the sides. Of your mouth cracking. Maybe he's a retinoid. It's more effective under that hot moist -clusive environment so like you gotta you gotta like pare back on all the active stuff.

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Fasting and Autophagy for Glowing Skin with Naomi Whittel

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:05 min | 11 months ago

Fasting and Autophagy for Glowing Skin with Naomi Whittel

"Walk him. Everybody fasting transformation. Some rear uncovering the most ancient inexpensive at powerful healing strategy known to mankind. fasting on your host. Dr david dockers and really really excited about today's guests. I have got naomi whittle. Who is one of the leading pioneers. Really when it comes to fasting india ron's hostage and she's going to go through her story today and i really found out about now naomi through her book glow fifteen and docu series skinny on fat which was incredible but she has been out in the press for a long time. Trail-blazing road for people like me to come across and applause. Something like this transformation summit and so she's ride widely recognized as as the one watch in the wellness from within stays name by prevention. The nation's leading female innovator in the natural products industry she's held as a trailblazer in an advocate of purity could see nutro-ceuticals. She's a ceo of twin lab. Which if you're in the health space heard of that That nutraceutical company and she continued deliver on her promises to help. Millions thrive award-winning supplements. They know truly help them a premier wellness partner for schutte see. Naomi has been recognized as one of the leading. Innovators natural products industry by wholefoods magazine exclusive. Who's who of manufacturers and suppliers. Her story products have been lauded by the wall street journal. The dockers dr oz shape access hollywood natural solutions. Good morning america the today show and more and so naomi. Welcome to the fasting transportation summit. I am so thrilled to be part of. What is my absolute favorite topic in the whole world in something that i would say has impacted my life. Probably more than any other tool that i've ever used an. It's a tool fasting. That i've been using really since i was in my teens It is the most unbelievable and powerful will end and even last night. I was on the phone with a leading researcher. In the area of the micro bio matt really excited to share with you. Some of the ran new like cutting edge research as it relates to. What happens when you're going through a fast for your microbiome. It will definitely cover that today. And so let's share your story really how you got going with this because you said you've been fasting since you're a teenager. So how did that all start so for me. What happened was i have always struggled with auto immune disorders so Verse autoimmune disorder. That really manifested was on my skin and that manifestation was with amount. So there's a deep inflammation within my audie. And i was born with these autoimmune disorders and they continued to manifest in different ways. From entering trio says to I have mast cell activation and so growing up in europe. I was born in switzerland on an it. Namic farm and my father's a chemist than my parents were and have always been one hundred percent committed to a healthy natural way of living. So i never went to conventional authors. I never had the experience of antibiotics. I mean none of that So living very healthy lifestyle. I still was covered in this berry. Embarrassing and uncomfortable That would lead in. It would pause. Just i couldn't get to the place where i had it under control and so i'm using natural solutions to to solve for. It was what we did every day. So from the foods that eight on anti inflammatory foods that i a unprocessed things all help but ultimately i couldn't i couldn't push the inflammation down as much as i needed to and so when i was in my late teens is when i was really introduced to the power fasting and at that time i would be doing juice fasts right so i didn't know that i could benefit so much more from from doing the different types of fast things that we do now so i had learned about intermittent fasting at that time. I hadn't i didn't know like that. Water fasting would be good for me. I knew that it was very important as it related to more of the religious ways of fasting but at that time i was doing juice fasting so i would typically do pretty intense juice fast for seven to ten days and i would mix that with different detox methodologies and they were very valuable and then quickly once a week i would do like a watermelon juice

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Carjackings soar in Chicago, but few face arrest

WGN Showcase

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Carjackings soar in Chicago, but few face arrest

"In Chicago this year with the latest yesterday at a busy intersection in Wicker Park. The victim was stopped at the light on north where it meets Damon in Milwaukee, when armed men jumped out of a silver jeep stopped ahead of him and stole his 2019 Audie, a five It's been a similar experience for many Chicagoans this year, police data reveals. There's been more than 1100 Carjackings in the city through November. 20th. That's a 124% increase over last year. He got arrested in

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Simplify Your Strategy

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:12 min | 11 months ago

Simplify Your Strategy

"They accelerate your business growth. Podcasts continues to gain recognition as a great resource for small business owners sales professionals business leaders of all sorts and that is because of the guests. These are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today's no different. My guest today is brian. Margolis ryan is a former environmental scientist turned entrepreneur and author of the index card. Business plan is clients range from individual sales reps to shark tank entrepreneurs and fortune five hundred companies his system to help entrepreneurs sales professionals and other results based professionals run a simple more lucrative business has helped create seven figure earners and is licensed by some of the largest companies in the world to train their teams. Thanks so much for joining me today brian. Thanks for having me diane. I am thrilled to have you here. I know that you're a big believer that most professionals operate without a strategy. And i'm wondering if he would elaborate on that please. yeah. I i think the experience that i have not. I'm not personally obviously it. Was this way personally. But as a as i've worked with so many people now over the years that there's a lot of professionals out there who we can grind our way to a certain level of success when we kind of combine. We combine our skills and our talents. Were good at what we do. Kind of combine that with our work ethic and you know even flying by the seat of our pants we can achieve a certain level of success. But i still think even those people are operating without a strategy meaning at a certain point you hit a plateau where just working more hours or doing more of whatever got you. They're sending five hundred miles instead of two hundred emails or whatever it is it just you realize that's not doing anything and you know when when i help these people it's usually because they don't have a strategy and and let me be specific what i mean about a strategy meaning. They haven't figured out in advance. They haven't done the work in advance to figure out where they get the biggest return on investment for their time right and their mental energy. And so that's what. I mean by strategy. Meaning you are very intentional about where your focus is so you can get the biggest bang for your buck. Yeah boy. I get and i agree with you. I i it so interesting that they it's like they hit the ground running and they just keep running and then one day they stop and go. Okay hang on a second. Where am i going allergy. The analogy i like to use is like you know you have think of a fly right. I mean flies are good at flying. We literally call them fly right. They're fast they're nimble. I don't think anyone doubts that they're good at what they do. And their work ethic is is uncanny but you know one fly winds up dead on the window sill despite its talent and its work ethic and other fly just turns its audie slightly right changes its focus of where it applies that talent and skill and it flies right out the door and so what you learn from these flies in and what you learn over time is that being good at something and being successful are two different things and again you can be good at your trade. You can be good at what you do and again just kinda grind your way to that certain level success but if you wanna go next level you need a strategy.

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Biden says Trump's refusal to concede election an "embarrassment"

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Biden says Trump's refusal to concede election an "embarrassment"

"President elect Joe Biden insists President Trump's refusal to concede the election hasn't yet hindered the transition process. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans are largely sticking with Trump on his reluctance to concede there supporting his efforts to pursue legal remedies based on false allegations of widespread voter fraud. To tell us more. We're joined by NPR political correspondent, Asthma Holiday and congressional reporter Cloudy chrysalis now so I'm going to start with you because Joe Biden delivered remarks today on protecting the affordable care act. After that, he took some questions which ended up not really having much to do with health care, right? Everyone was asking about the transition process. How did he respond? That's right, Audie and you know, I think before getting into exactly what he said, it's worth noting his tone. You know how he was speaking. It was really upbeat. I mean, he seemed fairly nonchalant about Republican obstacles. Biden has said all throughout his campaign that he wanted to lower the temperature as president, and today that is what he was trying to do. You know, he was minimizing the president's refusal to concede he was clearly confident at one point, even laughing off remarks made by a trump official. I didn't did say that He feels like his team is well underway on the transition process. And while it would certainly be useful or helpful to have cooperation from the Trump administration, you know, for instance, for example, to get it daily intelligence briefings that normally the president elect gets which they are not getting or funding all of the things that he thinks would be helpful, but he says they are not necessary. Right after the remarks, his team released this long list of people who are reviewing federal agencies. And yesterday he unveiled a covert task force so they are moving along in the transition process. They say that all being said the Audie, you know, he did. So have this to say about President Trump when he was directly asked about how the president has responded, and the president's refusal to concede. I just think it's an embarrassment. Great Franklin. He added that he thought it would reflect poorly eventually on President Trump's legacy as

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A Birthday Lesson by Adi Redzic on How To Be Courageous & Be Your Authentic Self

Optimal Living Daily

05:18 min | 1 year ago

A Birthday Lesson by Adi Redzic on How To Be Courageous & Be Your Authentic Self

"A birthday lesson by ATI Zik of AUDIE REDZIC DOT COM? Apparently, age only matters if you're cheese. I am pretty cheesy. So every year at my birthday, do cheesy thing and reflect on the lessons from the year before last year I wrote thirty one lessons for thirty one years is my birthday last Monday but instead of writing another list this year, I ask myself what is one theme that I've thought a lot about inexperienced as essential to a life well lived. Courage. Of come to understand that courage is the greatest expression of love. My Angeles said quote courage is the most important of all virtues because without courage, you can't practice any other virtue. Consistently, he practice any virtue erratically but nothing consistently without courage and quote. We delight in the beauty of the butterfly but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty that change took courage. Make, no mistake. Courage is not the absence of fear. Courage is staring fear in the face and still doing what scares us the because is exactly what leads to the fulfillment of our greatest purpose in creation of a truly full life. I've experienced this firsthand. Scared a lot many nights I found myself afraid and overwhelmed eyes filled with tears fear can seem very real. This past year was especially hard and scary but facing my fears even when it was really hard has made all the difference. Shows Campbell called fears are dragons, and it is only when we get close to them that they disappear. Only when we have a drink with the proverbial demon's our greatest fears, parts of ourselves, our psyche we try to disown, do the fear seize to assist. said that we are all as sick as our secrets. It's not fear that keeps US trat. It's hiding fear. Courage therefore liberates us. It is hard to be courageous because much harder living life without courage. In the end we won't regret the things we did, but we regret not showing up in a big way and taking risks. You know why B's courage is the greatest expression of love. I've asked myself if I ever had children where I want their daddy to be a lion or a weasel. All my Kiddos to know that I had a heart of a lion. To quote, Teddy, Roosevelt's I WANNA be the man in the arena not the man on the sidelines being afraid of living of loving of daring greatly and quote. Only when we are brave to, we realize what we're made of and to quote Campbell again, it's a privilege of a lifetime to be who we are and quo. We to choose how he wants to use up our lives. Oh, you choose a lion or a weasel. At the base of every personal or organizational dysfunction, there is fear. So I choose to imagine a world where we all have a bit more courage to face down those fears. That's how we heal that. We leave a better world for those who come after us. Jim Warren Talks about liking quote messy people people who don't fit in a box stay between the lines but whose integrity is greater than any rule book and whose loyalty is stronger than blood and quote. We can't be that person without courage. I WANNA have the courage to be that person. Back urges in you too. We often encourages for some mythical euros dismissing true is reserved for us because of us has the heart of a lion inside. And here's why is really important to be courageous. When we are courageous, we inspire those around us. We help those we love have courage to live authentically fully deeply to. When we are courageous and living truthfully, we let others know that they too can do the same. When we are courageous, we face our deepest fears we heal. We understand life in an entirely different way we risk deep connection. Thrill, and joy where courageous we help those in need we stand up for what is right we leave this world better than we have found it only when we are courageous too. We get to reach our greatest potential only when we are courageous too. We follow our bliss only when we are courageous, our life align are being integrates into we make our children indeed everyone around us know only how deeply we love. Them. To be courageous hard. But if we aren't, how can we say we have lived tore loved well more really live at all. Sometimes the hardest thing in the right thing or the same in being courageous as always the rightist and the hardest thing. How do we get to be courageous? It's simple really if it scares you do it. Take the leap and the net will appear people give up on wonderful things in life because of familiarity is more important than bliss have courage not to do this. Trust that when we are courageous doors will open where there was only a wall before this is proven true many times and all of our lives. And if fears are a dragon's then Neil gaiman puts it quote fairy tales are more than true not because they tell us that dragons exist. But because they tell us that dragons can be beaten and quote. I hope he will slay your own dragons. The world needs you to do that.

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Sex Positivity Throughout the Lifespan

Therapy for Black Girls

07:49 min | 1 year ago

Sex Positivity Throughout the Lifespan

"Thank you so much for joining us today on you. Thank you. I'm excited I'm glad to be here you. So you are affectionately known as the southern sexologists. Yes. That's like my brand name and I love it. It took me a few years to develop in design on it actually based on some of the ideas around the southerner and when that looks like and I'm originally from Brooklyn but my family's from. North Carolina's. So it was also like is this part of my identity and upset I think yes live here long enough. I'm definitely into that and so I started by were actually from a prevention Lynn's in sexuality looked doing work around HIV SEI information education, and then literally I remember the year in two thousand, three half finished my masters and I started working on a project for persons living with HIV and AIDS. To, talk about intimacy and sensuality, and disclosing realizing you just because you have a diagnosis of conditions, HIV or aid does it mean to stop being a sexual being and so like all my worlds collide it because here I was challenging aspects of my prevention side with aspects around holistic approach to sexuality and so fast forward just adopted the name southern sexologist when committed to doing work that was more sex. Positive and embracing sexually Walker Likes Fan So that's a really interesting point that you bring up. Just the idea of even talking about six as a southerner right and you know I think that the discussion around sex and sexuality can be difficult for lots of different people but it definitely feels like there's something about being in the south that makes it even more ZANU. Can you talk a little about that? Absolutely. You know. So my family is originally from eastern North Carolina that's where our family roots I, and so we have been challenged both in my immediate family and then cousins around talking about sex sexuality growing up in a Christian household like literally walked to church when I moved to North Carolina. That's how we've been treated with across the street from my house and while I appreciate some of the values and the. Impact that my church in my religion had on my life. It was also some of the ways our challenge in my own worldview around sex sexuality and I didn't have words for a young age some things that I would hear feel right in Audie in just made me feel sad and I didn't know why until later and so in my family again, we had person's family members cousins who passed away from HIV. And AIDS in the eighties and nineties and no one will talk about it. It was just so taboo and it's Kinda like much. You put two and two together. You realize what was happening and then when you try to talk to somebody about it, they wouldn't want to talk to you about even as professional. So to this day, there's two people who passed away in my family that subset of my family. Will Not talk about the cause of death Yeah. So it it definitely does feel like some of those kind of religious backgrounds intertwined with these conversations that even makes it more difficult to discuss and I think religion is a core element of the south thing. There's a lot historical aspects of life wise that even true within also think about when I say southern Kinda like that idea of Prim proper nece in. What you should be talking like, what are the words that are coming out of your mouth in public? So one of the topics that are appropriate to be talking about whether it's in school or Church, or even in your home in front of other people who aren't your immediate family very good point and that kind of reminds me of something you said earlier just the idea of a more holistic approach. So sex education, and so can you talk a little bit about that right? So the way I look at it and there's a model entitled those circles sexuality it was made most famous by Dennis daily, but he wasn't the originator of this model and some people don't like it but I think it's a good way to start I like to use it when I'm teaching for myself is that you know we are. Sexual beings across different aspects in this model has five areas which include sensuality, intimacy, sexual, and reproductive health sexualization, and than sexual identity and I think as we go through our lives in through development would probably get the most information on sexual health and reproduction, and even that has its limitations you know you might learn about body parts, breath control, and sti prevention, etc. You know kind of confined there but oftentimes. We don't talk about how our sense bring us pleasure. You know like when you taste something really good and I love when people say something better than sex 'cause obviously nightly for them. What something tastes so good brings you so much pleasure or hearing something that can resume and make you feel good. So ultimately, we had to look at sex from those different areas including our sense is another area I don't think. We talk about is intimacy. I often ask my class like how do you think somebody might get catfish like I can't believe that someone would fall for that but we don't really talk about the desire that people have for intimacy in not just physical intimacy like just connection with your friends with your family. The reason why so many people are like glued even social media now because they are not able to. Physically be with folks, but they can connect socially in have intimate conversations even on social media and then sexualization we probably talk about that next after sexual reproductive health because we do want to protect each other especially children from predators, etc always about sexualization to from that negative side of sexual assault sexual abuse. But there are some good sides to like flirting and you know just using power dynamics in your intimate. Partner relationship so I love that Model I. Know there probably are other models out there but I think it helps us look at it from the time we're born until the time we die we're sexual beings in that the whole is of us. Okay. So I, think you cover for the circles. was there a fifth one? All all the fifth one is important to sexual identity because that's that's the one that. Says who am I? How do I show up? How do I wanna be seen or perceived, and how things we can't control is how do people see an perceiver like art expression sexual identity so not to go on so much I think about you asking me about southern route. So when I think about sexual identity so I'm old school and when I was in college, it was like boys to men era in. Baggy Pants I. Literally went into the air quotations, men's department and purchase ties on sales in but in downs and our baseball caps and I remember going home on one of our college breaks and one of my classmates friends was like, why do you always wear those ball cats you better not come home again after being in college we are in a ball cap and asks thinking why don't you like what I have? On was she was really addressing my gender identity imagine expression because for her I was presenting in a masculine way a young lady shouldn't just like that. So she actually came from me during that time and it stuck with me about if we believe in the binary or subscribe to you that it's Kinda like melnace in female nece and how you show up in the world and you get to choose that you get. You get to express yourself the way you want to express

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Podcasts on Amazon Music - all you need to know

podnews

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Podcasts on Amazon Music - all you need to know

"He, James. Alexa Hay. Day yesterday yes. A Big Day relaunched podcast. Amazon music. who were who indeed where did you launch? We launched podcasts in the US the UK Germany and Japan all the countries in the world. Alexa, how many countries are there in the world according to Wikipedia? There are one hundred and ninety five countries in the world and how many countries have you launched podcasts in all four of them We make a good point I suppose yes. Well, anyway, no show notes at our newsletter. We have all you need to know about podcasts in Amazon music. Audie a significant new podcast studio launches in the UK The companies founded by global media executives and commissions made by journalists, directors, and producers. It's partnered with DAX for ad sales looks big. NPR is now. Schools Smart adds attribution joining over eleven thousand podcasts doing. So the technology helps advertisers understand how well that podcast answer doing. audio. Now, a PODCAST APP has launched in France. The free podcast APP will focus on local podcast content aiming to share data with podcasters. It's owned by prisoner media and M six RT L. They reached ninety six percent of the French population. Each month and eleven publishers have joined launch audio nares already leading podcast in Germany. With six million monthly users it's seen by some as an answer to American platforms. Diese I'd say selector feature which allows you to switch the editorial content of your APP to the country of your choosing maybe or break but you live in Australia you can get highlights of the latest music and podcasts from whatever country he wants. podcast movement virtual has announced a third round of speakers and speech text is a new podcast transcription service based in France. It has a free trial and a pay as you go pricing plan instead of a monthly subscription. Thank you to Amazon music who become our latest gold supporter? They've helped us get our email look Nice on outlook twenty sixteen for which we pay to hire a machine. Tam Amazon clearly how it works anyway, you can support us to at pod. News. Dot Net slash support. And Impalas News CNN and iheartradio have reached election one it's a new co-produced podcast that demystify mystifies the American Political System Good luck with that. Anyway it's hosted by CNN correspondent, Kristen Holmes distributed by the IHEART podcast network and hosted on megaphone plus month short-form podcast from CNN was launched on Omni Studio. Too. Much. To say with Kaley Shaw launched yesterday I may well have pronounced her name wrong. She is a country singer songwriter and she's launching this new podcast. We've bobby bones is Nashville podcast network

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The Dignity of Work

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:57 min | 1 year ago

The Dignity of Work

"Guest today is Audie pen audience the principal owner of Audie Penn Consulting. He's been working in consulting for thirty years providing different services to several fortune fifty companies in diverse industries and organizations. Is Approach is a lean transformation by applying coaching. Training and project facilitation with local teams securing solid. Foundation. Audie has been most notable as a global consultant where he combines tactical leadership skills with pro processed focused improvements. Some of his clients are Caterpillar John. Deere. Martin Marietta and Han thanks so much for joining me today Audie. Thanks for having me Diane I'm looking forward to our conversation today. I am as well and we're GONNA be talking about culture in in business you know the impact that it has in. Most likely. Spending some significant amount of time talking about the current situation we were in an I had said in the introduction These episodes are evergreen and they are I think no matter when people listen to them. They're gonNA valuable information and We are recording this. I would love to say like toward the end but I'm not quite sure where we are with the whole covid nineteen pandemic and. So while there are things that leaders are going through and employees are going through therefore, companies right now I'm pretty confident that we're going to be talking about. Translates. No matter what the environment is that company finds itself. Absolutely Yep. Okay. So to start if we could. With you providing us with. A description of. Talking about the impact of organizational culture on business performance. The idea that comes to mind there is is a recent discovery of my own and I'll. I'll frame it in this language often I find. Organizations. Are Struggling with their lean or operational excellence deployments and there's a statistic that gets kicked around quite often that seventy to ninety percent of operational excellence. ORLEAN deployments end up in failure. and. My initial response to that was well, they're doing it incorrectly I need to understand why they're doing it incorrectly but I think, I've I've actually adjusted that language to not incorrectly but incompletely in, there's the connection to your question. And for me, the connection is we can do process improvement very well. But. If the rest of the organization is disconnected, the sponsors of the leadership level or the management level of process owners, then we can't sustain or continue to find ways to improve those processes in it seemed like we just continue to solve the same problems over and over again. That is so interesting. Okay. So, if I inherit you right. company decided they want to go through process improvement some area of the business, but they don't necessarily have. Complete buy in from everyone involved. So they go through the process and then everyone walks away. They go back to the way things were. Yes. Okay. So that feels to me like. The in has to start at the very top and then has to be pushed down is that A fair assessment. I would say, yes, there's there's one word though that mutiny short that is pushed because. When those sponsors and it's language that I use to refer to leaders when when leaders actually show up? and. They're clear what their organizations about what's important It's easy for organizations to align to that and questions that I ask often is how many of you came to work today to fail And no one answers the question. Yes. So I always say, well, if that's true of us, don't you think that's true of everyone in our organization we fail them by not being clear about talking about what's important.

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"audie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"audie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish the World Health Organization says there are now more than seventy one thousand cases of corona virus disease A. K. A. Kobe nineteen despite that alarming sounding number the organization says the spread seems to be slowing now as more data comes out of China experts say they're getting a better sense of the outbreak in here to tell us more is NPR science reporter welcome to the studio thanks I'd be on that top number of seventy one thousand cases what did the WHO's say about people who are coming down with the virus well so there's new data out of China on more than forty four thousand confirmed cases which is the biggest thing is that we've seen so far but so far it seems to be holding up earlier research told us which is that eighty percent of cases are mild that can mean anything from cold like symptoms to that flu like feeling of being hit by a truck then there are fifty percent of cases are still there severest which means the mony are shortness of breath they can land you in the hospital and five percent of cases are critical to these are patients coming down with multi organ failure respiratory failure or septic shock right now the more tab the fatality rate seems to be holding at about two percent and that is less than we've seen with other coronaviruses that have popped up in recent decades like sars in murders the headlines on this have been around the threat of its spread what have you learned so far well there have been no new countries reporting cases in the last twenty four hours and the vast majority of cases are still in China in fact there are about eight hundred cases outside of China but more than half of those are on the diamond princess that cruise ship that stock outside Tokyo all right near Tokyo younger Tokyo and I know that some three hundred American passengers were evacuated from that ship just in the last day or so do we know anything about them yes so planes carrying those evacuated passengers landed in traverse Travis Air Force base in California and at Lackland base in Texas last night and this morning ng fourteen of the Americans on that those flights actually a tested positive for cover nineteen before they left Japan but those test results came in as they were in route to the airport they weren't showing any symptoms officials let them bore the planes anyway but they were isolated from other passengers and Travis Air Force base as anyone who show symptoms or that is up test positive for the disease will be isolated and cared for somewhere other than the bath water health officials in the people who as a result of all this are actually nervous about taking a cruise that they booked or just traveling in general you know the WHL actually address those concerns today Dr Michael Ryan of the VHS as important to keep perspective on this epidemic here's what he said there's no zero risk in the world for anything outside to obey this epidemic is affecting a very tiny tiny tiny proportion of people so if we're going to disrupt every cruise ship in the world on the off chance that there might be some potential conflict with some potential fast and then where do we start you know Ryan says that any public health response has to balance the need to minimize known rests with the need to just keep functioning as a society and in the meantime that international team of researchers have been in China studying the virus with Chinese colleagues what we know about those efforts will basically they're there to figure out all the things we still don't know about this virus and that is a lot like how exactly it's transmitted or what the life cycle of the disease is researchers really still have a lot to get a hold on the ten pairs reconnoitring sphere reporting thank you so much already if a tornado was coming where would you go the question is vertically fraud for people with disabilities who live in tornado alley take Oklahoma for a hundred and forty six tornadoes touch down just last year the state's public shelters were often wheelchair accessible but as Jackie forty reports those shelters have been closing their doors John hi knows that when he hears a tornado siren wailing across the city of Mormons he's on his own it's Friday that's all I can do that's because in the house he rents he doesn't have a safe.

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06:59 min | 1 year ago

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"All right back to Audie Murphy January nineteen forty five the the action that awarded him the medal of honor took place but the the pre history up to that point is all the more remarkable and we are almost as remarkable is that the horrible movie to Helen back starring Audie Murphy doesn't cover nearly half the stuff that that armor free went through so Audie Murphy is in in Morocco with the third infantry division he is assigned because when he gets there is a tiny guy and they say well you're gonna be a runner because of course I am in World War two Wall radios were we're down at the platoon a company level it was much more reliable yeah because they're extremely short range if you needed to get a message back to your battalion the best thing to do was to get the smallest fastest guy is he's a small target and physically give him a message and tell him to get back to battalion with that message and come back with the answer so he was a runner the third infantry division was part of the invasion of Sicily and on ten July nineteen forty three in the leconte asystole Murphy had been assigned as a third infantry division division level runners so he would be taking extremely important messages from the division headquarters down to different regiments in his case the fifteenth infantry regiment he was the guy he was the conduit between his regiment and third infantry division during one of these runs he spotted two fleeing Italian officers near it kind of county and he killed them and witnesses some kill him and kill them from a distance with a rifle and that began the reputation of Audie Murphy that little Texan with that rifle of his so now fast forward to September of nineteen forty three as of the U. S. and British forces invaded the mainland of Italy this time at Salerno well on a scouting party along the Volturno river Murphy into other soldiers got ambushed in gunfire killed one of his comrades one soldier Murphy the other survivor responded by killing five Germans with hand grenades machine gun fire wall taking part in the October allied assault on the Germans of what was called the Volturno line Murphy this company repelled an attack by seven soldiers killing three in taking for prisoner Murphy was promoted to sergeant on the thirteenth of December nineteen forty three as some inconsistent through his autobiography to hell and back is that Murphy even at some of the worst moments in hand to hand combat put the emphasis on taking prisoners and because it was inculcated into him it was hammered home dot in the third infantry division that if you bring it bring us back alive German you're probably gonna save ten to twenty American lives so Murphy took that to heart and one thing about his leadership style from squad leader to platoon sergeant to later officer is that he emphasizes in whoever he's in command of the importance of taking prisoners and this is a feature for out of the the next year of the home button the intense ground combat that are you Ali Murphy went through January nineteen forty four he was promoted to staff sergeant he was popular hospitalized in Naples with malaria we probably had malaria contracted malaria on Cicely but it wasn't diagnosed until the winter of nineteen forty three and forty fours so January nineteen forty four he is diagnosed with malaria on twenty one January he's unable to participate in the Anzio landing is in the hospital with you know malaria he returns to his platoon on the twenty ninth of January and talk to any any back Terry all all just Rogers he's not cured of malaria yet he's clearly still has malaria but he goes back to his unit as a staff sergeant on twenty nine January nineteen forty four it was Mike made a platoon sergeant in the same unit company be the same unit he came to back in July forty three he returned with the third infantry division to Anzio where they remained for months because that was a horrible operation and they were stuck under German artillery fire for months and months and months on the second of March nineteen forty four Murphy in his platoon killed the crew of a passing German tank they actually pick them off with rifles he crawled out alone close enough to destroy the tank he would he received the bronze star with V. for valor device he continued personally leading scouting patrols to take German prisoners before being hospitalized in thirteen March with malaria so so it's it's late January he goes in the hospital for malaria January twenty ninth he's out but he's not here to malaria Feb you worry it goes by he still has malaria mid March thirteen March he goes back in the hospital with malaria on the eighth of may his company were all awarded the combat infantryman badge he was awarded a bronze oak leaf cluster for his bronze star meaning he won a second bronze star so now after the D. day invasion in June of nineteen forty four there were in August corresponding invasions in southern France and Audie Murphy was part of those he received the Distinguished Service Cross for actions taken on the fifteen August on fifteen August nineteen forty four is what happened again now he still platoon sergeant his platoon was making its way through a vineyard when the men were attacked by German soldiers he retrieved a machine gun he returned fire the Germans killing two and wounding one two Germans exited the house about a hundred yards away and appeared to surrender this is one one of the corny scenes from the movie is absolutely true Murphy's best friend responded stood up to take their surrender the two Germans shot and killed him Murphy went crazy and remember back with his with his temper problems he advanced alone on the house under direct fire he killed six Germans wounded to any took eleven prisoner so he kills six walks back with eleven prisoners more on Audie Murphy the untold story right after this again he still has malaria and he's fighting an infantry war back right after this it is an archer place Brian sits in here until eleven KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I. her ready web.

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

"audie" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news I'm Audie Cornish and I Mary Louise Kelley today John Bolton delivered his first public remarks since he was ousted from the White House earlier this month the president's former national security adviser had sharp words about the administration's approach to North Korea trump has argued the US is making progress but Bolton warned every day that goes by makes North Korea more dangerous country you don't like their behavior today. the table if having a nuclear armed North Korea is unacceptable he said that's controversial but he argued that the alternative could be worse although are you sure we we knew John Bolton is a hawk we knew he left because of policy disputes with president trump so was today's speech without much of a surprise. rising that Bolton felt this way but it was striking because this is a person who just a few weeks ago was one of the top officials executing foreign policy for the US when you listen to the speeds it's not like he and trump weren't on the same just one on the same page they weren't even reading the same book so it raises questions how this administration was operating any maybe speaks to why at times the messages have been so divergent coming from the White House and what about negotiations with golden out now where do things actually stand between the US North Korea still there still hasn't been much concrete progress toward denuclearization at this point or even really deciding what that might entail there's been talk of starting a working level negotiations again and even the possibility of another summit but trump is said that he wants to see what both sides can accomplish together at these lower level talks before there's another face to face you know back in Feb you worried there was a meeting in Hanoi that did not go well trump ended up walking away without a deal and experts are saying that just can't happen again they have to be able to reach some type of deal if they actually have another big summit like before it what about Ukraine and this whole whistle blower complaint did that come up at all are you sure because he was still national security adviser in July when trump made that call to the president of Ukraine yeah it didn't come up today but Bolton's comments have made clear that he doesn't have a problem speaking out against the administration if there's something that he doesn't agree with and that makes them different from some of the other image of some of the other officials who have left the administration Bolton right now seems Chadian so that could be an issue for this administration going forward because there have been reports that Bolton of polls trump's decision to withhold aid from Ukraine racial watch this space and see what else he has to say that's in pairs I usual Roscoe reporting from the White House thank.

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06:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Audie Cornish for decades California has had a powerful tool and its fight against air pollution that's the authority to set its own rules for auto emissions rules that thirteen other states currently follow but the trump administration says there is no reason California should have this ability and by revoking the state's authority to set these rules president trump argues that cars will become cheaper and safer for everyone and create more. now this sets up the latest of many legal fights over the environment between California and the trump administration California Attorney General heavier but Serra says the state is ready for it. we like them I have looked at the law and the facts and know that what you're trying to do would be a violation of law you know one of the things the president tried to argue on Twitter today is that he said that that there wouldn't be much of a difference between the California standard in the news U. S. standard and he's also trying to make the argument that somehow this would make cars safer and less expensive because they would be produced more cheaply under uniform standard well if you don't believe that climate change is real then of course you could say that but the wild fires and droughts the floods and mudslides so to start for you the the California standard in the U. S. and are too far apart the California standard and the U. S. standard are the same and the trump administration is trying to backslide from those standards they're also trying to California that we can continue to do what we've done for nearly five decades and that is to do what we must for our state to make sure we're cleaning our err the EPA administrator and Wheeler has said federalism does not mean that one state can dictate standards for the nation can you make the case why California it should and not just a case based on historical precedent we're moving the way Congress permitted us to move the clean air act provides for this waiver authority the consequences have been great for everyone in that not only have we been able to keep California cleaner when it comes to our but the rest of the nation is also benefit with cleaner cars step cleaner air and the kind of economy and healthcare system that allows us to let our people live longer. back in July the state made a deal with vehicle manufacturers on fuel economy standards and the ministration says they think that might be illegal the department of justice has launched an antitrust investigation into this deal is an example of antitrust violations the word that comes to mind is ludicrous and it's unfortunate because the American public is being treated to the type of circus that comes when you use the weight of the oval office to try to threaten an industry to do what you want them to do even though they're signalling clearly that they want to move in a different direction after the announcement from the White House have you heard from auto manufacturers are they gonna stick with you the interesting thing is you haven't heard the automatic sector saying anything about being with the president there is not an automatic section that I know of that has publicly articulated a position in line with the trump administration so right now you're taking that silence as a kind of tacit support I think the trump administration recognizes that that silence is a clear sign that industry is hoping that the trump administration will pull back before we dive into this precipice because the industry understands that its ability to prosper requires us to be able to move together towards cleaner burning vehicles the state has to the trump administration I think more than two dozen times on environmental issues alone and you say that you will be challenging this one in court so you lose we don't say well those we seen this movie before it was a P. rated movie the first time administration tries to stop us from moving forward and we won we have the facts the science in the water behind California's efforts it's the trump administration that continues to delay its release of its proposal one because I think they realize they can't square the facts the science in the wall behind what you're trying to do so we feel pretty confident that not just a lot but the entire American public wants is to move towards cleaner burning vehicles if this is tangled up legally. what does that mean for your attempt to move quickly on this issue we're gonna keep moving we're not stopping the authority right now is for California to try to clean it's here there's no legal authority there's no legal order telling us not to is the administration it that's trying to put the brakes on this progress we're not going to backslide and so we will continue moving forward have you heard from any of the other states that had planned on joining you in similar standards we've had some great partners throughout the country on this and they are ready to go as we are and so that was thirteen states and the district of Columbia you're saying they were going to join you and a legal challenge to this we have our partners ready to go with us that's California democratic Attorney General heavier but Serra thank you for speaking with us thank you. secretary of state Mike Pompeii landed in Saudi Arabia earlier today he's there to meet with officials about the recent attacks on the state owned oil company Saudi Aramco Saudi officials say those attacks were unquestionably sponsored by Iran the U. S. has the same view Iran denies involvement the way the US response will be guided at least in part by president trump's complex relationship with Saudi Arabia and its leaders and yes Jackie north has followed that relationship for years and she is here in the studio to walk through how to multi Jackie hi are you begin with from before he was president today he seems really committed to standing by the Saudis but that wasn't always the case right now certainly not for years he spent a lot of time complaining about the Saudis basically odd that they weren't paying the way the US was protecting the kingdom at all times and that the Saudis were only paying a fraction of what they should have been paying it out she went to a some point back in nineteen eighty seven he took out full page ads in several major newspapers around the US just laying out these complaints saying that it was costing us too much money and that they need to start carrying their own baggage anyone even went on TV making this same complaint Japan Saudi Arabia Kuwait who's very very wealthy countries that we're protecting should pay for their own defense they should pay us for the defense what they should defend themselves and then I started to shift as he was running for president in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen right yes certainly his tone became friendlier towards Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia.

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04:29 min | 2 years ago

"audie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The check and Audie Cornish some welcome news today for disabled veterans with student loan debt president trump announced an executive order for giving all federal student loan debt for vets who are permanently and totally disabled that's hundreds of millions of dollars in student debt held by are severely wounded warriors it's gone for ever he was speaking at the national convention of the group amvets and your school Lawrence covers veterans he's on the line now either quill so can the president actually do this to start and what does it mean that this order that all federal that would be forgiven for these folks well it's a lot easier to do it because this is actually a pre existing program since nineteen sixty five the higher education act was amended in two thousand eight but the problem with that was it was essentially often you have to know an applied to have your debt forgiven under the a bomb Obama administration the they had studied the social security roles founded who is disabled and who was in debt and sort of match these records and found tens of thousands of people who were eligible and sent them letters but the onus was on them to participate and pressure kind of continued into the trump administration for this to change and in just January forty seven states attorneys general had urged that they do something to make this easier and they were bipartisan bills in Congress so there was a lot of momentum for this to happen so what exactly does the executive order do in a new way it makes it opt out it sort of automatically if you qualify for this because you're a total and permanent permanently disabled veteran you don't have to do the paperwork anymore you can opt out if you want and there had been some concern about tax issues if you get a debt forgiven that can kind of get you in your taxes the president said today he was going to act to allay that and this is really welcome news for these veterans own only only half of the people who were eligible when they got that letter in the mail bombings ministration had done anything about it so the people who hadn't now they'll have their debts forgiven I thought veterans got tuition benefits through the GI bill though and can you run through this history again I mean shouldn't they be though the last ones with student loan debt at all you would think so the the problem is that in one part of this problem is that vets have been really aggressively courted by for profit colleges veterans actually end up making a a really disproportionate number of students who are in default on their student loans and part of this is because these for profit colleges are so much more expensive and often give a a less valuable degree than say community college and I should say that education secretary Betsy device has been criticized for being too friendly with for profit colleges in rolling back obamacare protections for students from for for profit colleges you know how many people will be affected the administration says about twenty five thousand who have an average debt of about thirty thousand dollars each so we're talking about seven hundred and fifty million dollars there are questions about how quickly it'll roll out and what might be done for that tens of thousands of vets who were in default of their loans because in some cases the IRS could have garnish their wages or disability checks being and follow your student loans ruin your credit rating an activist I spoke with that veterans education success said as she wants to know if they're going to do any anything to repair the people who weird had their credit ratings damaged or wages garnished over the over the years another point that was made to me is that in this fifty year old law it applies to non vets as well so the president's announcement today really helps veterans who are permanently disabled and have student loan debt but there may be ten times as many non vets maybe hundreds of thousands of Americans who are disabled and they're not even aware that they're eligible to have their debts forgiven so it's it's great news for disabled veterans today and maybe other people will also find out that they have been eligible all this while to have there your federal student loan debt forgiven that's will warranty covers of veterans for NPR thanks so much thanks on king of student loans the federal government has a new student loan watchdog now the jobs been vacant since last summer laughs when the previous watchdog resigned arguing the trump administration was not doing enough to protect student borrowers isn't yours Corey Turner.

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05:02 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro secretary state Mike Pompeii starts a commission to review the role of human rights in American foreign policy any taps a long time opponent of abortion and same sex marriage to lead it basic human rights are being misunderstood by many manipulated by many and ignored by the world's worst human rights right plus what happened to the moon rocks gathered on Apollo lunar missions I've also been known to get the samples out on the night of a full moon and stand there in my office when I can see them going out my window and thinks look you know I got party here you know we're on to you now this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone billionaire financier Jeffrey abstain faces charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy in New York prosecutors say that this weekend following abstains arrest they found a trove of nude photographs of what appeared to be under age girls while executing a search warrant at his Manhattan mansion Jeff Berman US attorney for the Southern District of New York spoke to reporters combat in sex trafficking and exploitation of children is a priority for this office for the department of justice as the sexual abuse of a minor can have devastating effects on victims often lasting for years Eckstine is being held in the federal lockup forecasters say the federal government may run out of money to pay its bills in early September unless Congress acts to raise the debt limit before that NPR's Scott Horsley reports that is an earlier deadline then lawmakers were expecting lawmakers thought they had until at least early October to cut a deal to raise the debt ceiling but forecasters from the bipartisan policy center now say crunch time could come sooner as early as the first half of September that up the pressure on Congress which is scheduled to be in recess for most of the month of August it's possible the federal government could still limp along till October but money is flowing out of the treasury faster than tax revenues are coming in corporate tax revenues in particular are falling short of expectations corporate taxes to the first eight months of the fiscal year were down nearly nine percent from the previous year after lawmakers slashed the corporate tax rate Scott Horsley NPR news Washington president trump says he plans to hold another expanded fourth of July celebration next year and yours clothing a great solace reports that the comments came the same day that democratic lawmakers called for a federal probe into the event president Donald Trump called the salute to America tremendous success and said it will happen again next year on Thursday trump gave an address from the Lincoln Memorial with military flyovers and tanks on display today Democrats on the Senate Appropriations Committee called for the government accountability office to probe how much that event will cost taxpayers democratic senators Tom Udall of New Mexico Patrick Leahy of Vermont and Chris van Hollen of Maryland wanted geo to investigate whether trump's event complied with restrictions on taxpayer funded political activity a video produced from the event was later shared by the White House in the trump campaign cloudy Silas NPR news Washington long shot democratic presidential hopeful Eric Swalwell is bowing out of his party's crowded primary contest the thirty eight year old congressman from California says he will return to the house and then run for reelection on Wall Street at the close the Dow fell a hundred fifteen points the nasdaq dropped sixty three points this is NPR news in Washington from KQED news I mean I can state workplace regulators launched an investigation today into a malfunction at chevron's Richmond refinery it led to the evacuation of some of the facilities workers cake you with these ten Goldberg reports a chevron spokeswoman says on Saturday morning a refinery unit had some sort of problem that forced the facilities non operational workers to leave the plant the company did not provide more details but in a brief report to state officials chevron says the incident may have led to the release of at least five hundred pounds of sulfur dioxide after a system that controls gas releases malfunction the Richmond refinery has experienced a spike in flooring episodes this year incidents in which the facility is forced to burn off excess gasses because of operating problems I'm Ted Greenberg KQED news a statewide look at the impact of sea level rise by the Los Angeles Times finds that the options for dealing with California's disappearing coastline are painful trucking in extra sand is costly building sea wall as San Francisco has done sacrifice is part of the B. and the most politically charged of all managed to retreat ultimately surrenders homes to nature which pacifica is grappling with Ellie times environment reporter Rosanna shot wrote the comprehensive article just because all our choices how costly consequences and none of them great doesn't mean we should keep waiting until a good option comes out because it's not going to happen Shaw says while the C. rose less than nine inches in California in the last one hundred.

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03:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and Mary Louise Kelley White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving the Trump administration. Not surprisingly news of her departure, like so many White House personnel announcements came, they form of a tweet from the president late this afternoon to talk more about Sarah Sanders tenure as press secretary. We are joined by NPR White House reporter I shall Roscoe. Hey there. Hello. Why is Anders leaving? We don't know exactly. But there have been rumors for a while that she would be leaving, it's almost apprising that she stuck around this long. She's been in the job for almost two years. So it's not unusual to have a press secretary step down after that amount of time and senators has been with the administration from the very beginning. It's a very high stress role in that takes a toll being press secretary Sanders does have a young family, which she often talks about, as she referenced her family when she spoke at this White House event today after President Trump announced that she's leaving. She said she hopes she can spend more time with our. Kids, stay with this that she was in the job for two years, because this is not a White House known for long tenures, I'm thinking back to Anthony Scaramucci, who blasted. What was it like ten days or something, very short view? How did senders managed to hang on for so long? She was really able to kind of tap into that aggressive style that Trump really demands from his staff that ability to go toe-to-toe with the media throw insults around, and really being unapologetic and standing resolutely behind whatever President Trump does. And unlike her predecessor Sean Spicer. She was more quick on her feet all behind the podium, and there were less kind of embarrassing gaffes for the administration. Now she absolutely angered her critics. And she was a major Representative of the administration. Awesome unpopular policies, including child separation. And she caught a lot of heat in anger for her actions Alassio. She was famously turned away from this Virginia restaurant that disagreed with her positions. As press secretary, you said, fewer embarrassing gaffes I should, but she managed to lose the trust of the White House press corps pretty early on. I mean, I'm thinking, even back before she was a, fishery named press secretary here. Here's one. Moment. This was shortly after FBI director James Comey was fired. I can speak Mon personal experience. I've heard from countless members of the FBI that are grateful and thankful for the president's decision and I she had to walk that back and walk it back and walk it back. How, how did she handle that? Her lack of credibility with reporters such as you. Well, that's the thing and in many ways, she would just kinda double down on these conflicting statements. And so, I think that's why you saw a lot of tensions in these press briefings, is that because even after the mullahs report came out, and it was pointed out that what she said about Komi was not true. She's still claimed that her sentiment was correct. Even if she shouldn't have said countless if she really wasn't even backing down, then and there were times where she talked about the payment to adult film, star are actress stormy Daniels that late Trump would later admit that he did know about that. She said he didn't. So there were a number of times, where there were questions about the White House's commitment to the truth and Sanders kind of. Played a role in that ninety four days since Sanders held a press briefing, so. We will we will see to what extent choose missed and who replaces her. That's NPR White House reporter, I show Roscoe with news that White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving. Thanks show. Thank you. The Toronto Raptors are making their first NBA finals appearance in franchise history and going into tonight's game. Six they lead the series three two two that puts them one win away from the title. Messiah Jerry is behind Toronto's big season. He's the raptors general manager and one of basketball's most revered GM's for going up the NBA seemed far away when he was watching old footage of all star game ship to Nigeria, on VHS tapes..

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"audie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Audie cornish. For the past few weeks. We've been bringing you stories about sex. How we talk about it how we don't want. It matters. We've explored LGBTQ sex, Ed and abstinence before marriage. Today's story is about pornography. Not whether it's good or bad. But that it's everywhere. And it's shaping the way people think about sex millions of people in the US watch porn. Thanks, largely in part to the internet and free tube sites like porn hub. That's not alone has over a hundred million visits a day people in the US make up the biggest chunk of that traffic and most of those views come from people under thirty four years old people who've always had easy access to porn. It's on Twitter Instagram, even in gifts sent around in text messages. The bottom line is porn is easy to view. But it's still hard to talk about NPR's Khatlon store went to Los Angeles to do just that to talk about it. And just a warning, obviously. For the next eight minutes. We'll be talking frankly about pornography and sex, which may not be suitable for all listeners. It's nine AM on a Wednesday morning and director Jackie Saint James is worried about patio furniture or the lack thereof. Heat me if I make them have sex. We're in back of a big house of a winding road in the San Fernando Valley. This house is a filming location for movies TV shows and today, a porn shoot. Jackie's getting ready to direct a scene that's pretty standard setup. A guy shows up for five at yoga lesson without his girlfriend, the tension with the female instructor slowly builds, and well, you can probably.

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05:23 min | 2 years ago

"audie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Audie Cornish. Shapiro we own. It. Those words today from Dennis Muilenburg CEO of Boeing part of Boeing's response to the preliminary report on the airlines crash last month Momberg acknowledged that in both the crash and the lion aircrash last fall an automated flight control system known as m was erroneously activated. He pledged that a software update along with additional training would prevent such an accident from ever happening again today, the family of one of the Americans who died on the opium flight filed a lawsuit against Boeing and took steps to file another suit against the FAA. Samya Stu MO was twenty four and was travelling in Africa for a job in klobuchar health. She was the grandees of consumer advocate Ralph Nader, he's folk to us today tragedy be on words because Sam you Stu MO was only twenty four and she had. Leadership and compassion, intellectual rigor. So it's a loss to her family and relatives lost all the people working in global health and all the people she would have helped save over the next fifty years. So we have to make airline travel much safer. The lawsuit filed today accuses Boeing of rushing the seven thirty seven max eight plane to market your niece, Nadia, Milton. Samuels mother spoke at the press conference today. Here's what she said as somebody who's lost dearest person my life. I. I want her death not to be in vain. I don't want anybody else to die. What do your mind is it going to take for your family to feel like a Nuff is being done to prevent another crash? The seven thirty seven max eight was defectively designed it put in larger engines, which destabilize the aero-dynamics of the plane, and that's why the Boeing went to such lengths with all the different iterations of complex software is because in rushing to compete with the Airbus three twenty Neo. They put on larger engines for a little more fuel efficiency, and they upset to center of gravity and made the plane prone to stall rather than stall proof Boeing has maintained that the planes aren't defective that they are fundamentally safe with the proper software. What's your response to how they've been talking about? This shouldn't have to have proper software if the. Design is stable like it was for the seven thirty seven six hundred seven hundred and eight hundred before they put the max on the air dynamic design should not be such that it puts unfair and preventable burden on pilots in a whole host of configurations. That's why I'm calling for a recall, not just continued. Grounding recall like the auto companies of the seven thirty seven max eight they've got to go back to the drawing board clean sheet design of a new plane. An meantime, they can continue Sally the Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred without those larger destabilizing engines, it's like what you're saying is Boeing's announcement that it is rolling out. A software update that it is making improvements is not going to be enough going forward. Can diminish the likelihood, but it can't prevent it to the extent that Boeing's past planes have prevented it, you know. This is a harbinger. You'll be covering a lot of this in medical technology autonomous weapons. Self driving cars. It's the air again's of the Caribbeans not augmenting human intelligence, but overriding it and replacing it the significance of this. Boeing disaster. Is it can teach us some very important lessons of maintaining human intelligence and not seeding it to Tirona Mus systems that have no moral base, and no intuition. Ralph Nader, thank you so much for speaking with us again so sorry for your loss. Thank you very much. Audie Ralph Nader, consumer advocate and grant of Samya, Stu mo- studio died last month in Ethiopia. There was an emotional debate on the house floor today just before vote to renew the violence against women at the new version would prohibit anyone convicted of a misdemeanor charge of domestic abuse from ever owning a gun the NRA opposes the Bill for that reason. Here's Michigan democrat, Debbie Dingle on the floor asking Republicans to support the Bill do not let the bully you. This is not. In the thirty three Republicans split with the NRA NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis joins us now. Hi, sue. Okay. Thirty three Republicans voting for the Bill with nearly all the Democrats put that number in context for us. Well, it's more than even some Republicans expected it to be I talked to Pennsylvania, Republican Brian Fitzpatrick. Just after the vote, he's the only Republican to co sponsor the Bill, and this is what he told me. I did a lot of work tell you that. Because I was.

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"audie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"audie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Audie Cornish Chang with just two sentences in a legal filing. The Justice department shifted its policy towards the Affordable Care Act before it had wanted to repeal only some parts of the law including protections for people with existing medical conditions. Now, it says the entire law should be overturned if that happened the consequences would reach deep into the healthcare system and beyond NPR health policy. Correspondent Alison kodjak is here to explain all to us. A Alison I also so I explain the context here where did this legal filing happen? Yeah. So this is all happening in relation to a legal case brought by a group of Republican attorneys general who wanted to overturn the law and in December a federal judge in Texas granted them their wish and ruled the entire affordable characters on constitutional so yesterday. It's very short filing. The Justice department basically said yes, we agree with that judge. And we want the entire. Log onto our thinking Republicans had won control of the White House and congress in two thousand sixteen promising to repeal the ACA. But then there was a shift where we saw a lot of Republican candidates promised during the two thousand eighteen term elections that they would preserve parts of the ACA. So this feels like another shift doesn't it? It is a bit of a shift, and you know, this is what most people were of post to in the ACA or those provisions in the law that required people to buy health insurance. People didn't like that last year or in late two thousand seventeen so the tax Bill Republicans essentially succeeded in getting rid of that part of the law. So what happened in Texas is that the judge they're ruled that without that part of the law the entire two thousand pages of the ACA fall apart even the parts that people like a lot of legal scholars say the legal reasoning behind that ruling is weak at best and mostly politically driven. I talked earlier today to former attorney general Eric Holder, and he said that the Justice Department's action backing that ruling is quote. Depressing distressing an alarming, and here's what else he said, see the Justice department signing up to support that decision shows how ideologically driven the department has become now this latest move by the Justice department. It won't have any immediate effect on people's healthcare. Right. No. This case is still in the courts. And this doesn't change that. Until it gets resolved the law stands and right now there are more than ten million people with insurance just through the Medicaid expansion. And then there's almost twelve million more who have private insurance through the exchanges those insurance policies won't change now. But if this ruling by the judge in Texas, stands then healthcare coverage for all those people could end up being in jeopardy now you've said before on our air that the is more than just health insurance. What else might change if the whole laws overturned? Yeah. I mean, it is it's two thousand pages. And when it was written. They were trying to basically both expand insurance coverage. But also. Cut costs improve health..

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"audie" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"audie" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Audie has tweeted a statement from the client's family. Ahead of last night's. Gayle king interview with our Kelly. As real has suffered mental mental abuse severe mental abuse at the hands of R Kelly for years are Kelly is a liar manipulator and a sociopath who must be brought to Justice for his decades of sexual assault on underage girls. All of these victims, and their parents cannot be lying. I know but Europe such a liar. I mean, why would you go to Michael avenue ATI? At this point. I mean, one point at least half the nation thought he was the most credible man in America, right? At least half of the country was like Michael avenue is the gold standard of truth because he's saying bad things about the president. But now even that that's side thinks he's a scam artist. So I mean now, I don't know how the guy giving gets a traffic ticket job either. I don't either. Okay. So our Kelly criminally accused of sexual misconduct in two thousand two eventually tried on child pornography charges in the same case. He was cleared on all counts in two thousand eight. And so he says look they're just digging up this stuff from the past. And this isn't true. I didn't do this here is cut one R Kelly denies don't double jeopardy me. Do you still sit here and say you have never been with underage girls? Can you really say that I sit here and say this. All ten cases to back then. To.

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"audie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"audie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"audie" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"audie" Discussed on The MacCast

"So I'm guessing it's the other way round. I'm guessing maybe you know, if you bought, especially we bought your iphone from a carrier store, it might actually have an old version that came out of the factory of on it. So even though it's a new device to you, you think you're restoring from a older version or older version of IOS, but it turns out you're actually running newer version in the backup on your current on your current iphone. The battery thing. Yeah, absolutely. GPS can totally drain battery. So I totally understand if someone's using GPS also just traveling another area where you can run into battery issues. You're at a conference or something, and you're using your phone a lot. I mean, they're certainly scenarios where you're going to run out of power. I guess I just found just like you generally when I know that's going to be the case, I carry a battery pack. I'm assuming maybe the. Power adaptor in your car is broken or something like that because I need my car. I use the cigarette lighter adapter raider. I guess we don't call them cigarette lighters anymore right there. Just the the power adapter in the car to keep my phone charged when I'm in the car. So that's another reason why maybe don't run out of batteries. I always seem to be near a charger, and I think I covered it on the show, but now that we have wireless charging, absolutely love what I have in my car is actually wireless charger. It's an eye Audie so I don't even have to plug anything into my phone when I get in the car. I just put it in the cradle. It's an eye Audie one touch wireless, car charger, and it's a little cradle. It goes in the one that is a vent mount, but they also have one that is a CD mount. So if you have a CD player in your car, you don't use anymore. You can actually mounted into that slot or they also have one that's just a dashboard mount, and I absolutely eleven. I think it's fabulous. It cost around fifty bucks so it's not cheap, but it does support the fast regulus charging. So I just literally drop my iphone in there and that way when I'm in the car, I'm charging it. So I'm assuming there must be something technically wrong where you can't do that. But you know, if not, I would encourage you get a car charger and that'll help you when you're using that GPS in your car, and then just.

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"audie" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"audie" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"They'll audie murphy of the name i loved it in wrong audie murphy her suit eddie ali mahdi murphy's most highlydecorated soldier in the history combat i believe as any and he's up there and he he so and he had a big hollywood career so we this is one of the most one of the most and then he was every received called on this the go ahead and do your audie murphy thing but so the highly decorated soldier then he came back and started doing more rubies and i don't know when he died or what this story was it's it's interesting how these i don't know if the name one audie says name a you die and he died in our 1971 at age forty five i'm still doing some research has too damn early and then we gotta find out did remember right what did he get well how what what was he decorated with and then did he do a bunch of war movie says came home and then won a healthy diet forty one tied hold on how about some on it let's get healthy in the new year he heard me talk about on before amazing supplements like alpha brain buffalo me warrior bars mcat oil by the way all those bars with all the new gitten drizzle fudging and dump don't monkey with that not good for you talked oncle vinnie about that the warrior bars those are good the mcat oil ask dr drew about the emcee toll how 'bout dan we talked owlry marcus and he's the on its ceo pinna he'll tell us all about his experience with i wasco listen man you know i had an experience it was about the tenth time where i uasc it took me down this path where it was like you know what not only you're going to die it's that you never mattered it's like you're nothing you're the gum on nothing xu your water borrowed from the ocean in the ocean for god you're completely worthless and so i had to surrender like even in my death i had some idea like while i lived well i'll leave a legacy some people will remember me as a knob at your nothing any way they filmed the whole thing you can take a look at the bar.

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"audie" Discussed on Another Round

Another Round

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"audie" Discussed on Another Round

"But keep doing and millennials t keep tumbler it and everything libera my group you know i'd be in that light police i wanna one like telling some other student like this happen in that have you don't see it and they just be like i don't know rotc race i'm like we had to just keep that to ourselves in grey back to the likely grow dorm and lang you guys get to be like well that stupid in you know you like have these conversations out and people right think pieces and everyone's like coltan obscene owing two terms of paying of thing and i admire the the the discussion that can happen in its place having you don't know how good you have it it's like a bad signal blaming witted up there were other i love that book i weather oh my gosh yes please you so much fun you're doing so well you're doing so well and i just wanna say to all the people listening who are like into podcasting that i'm glad when all of your challenging questions your why is it this way why is it that way like bring it on we want more and more people listening and it's just been a pleasure hearing folks like yourself like you people like you especially you tracy 'cause i know you're like i don't know about this this world you're very do view that oh graze a is like it's been fantastic sal thank you for having me i will cry crimes right out on last request years yeah you can use say this is another round and i'm audie cornish in uranium in your radio with my review in your voice hearing go.

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"audie" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"audie" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"Incredibly powerful check it out nudged audie i make sure you're also checking how pipe dr pipe drive is the simplest way to break down your system even if you're manager wants you to use sales wars you just by piedras top bucks a mantra crisis like that's the way we sales people think so you can think about bigger deals and then connected up with your email system is a little bit of duplication but come on all you care about his on your phone is with you all the time it so easy to use that the check out the show notes and i really appreciate you listening tela friend about it make sure yet subscribing and the rating reviewing this podcast as well as the other to the btob revenue leadership show as well as sales questions thanks for listening all the truth because deep down in places it you don't talk about our team and management meetings you want me on that call you need me on that call ways worse like fleet view by control total cost of ownership we use these words is a backbone of a life spent negotiating something you use them as a punchline i have neither the time nor inclination to explain myself to people who rise and sleep under the very blanket a revenue that i provide and then question the manner in which i provided i would rather you descent thank you and went on your way otherwise may i suggest to pick up the phone and make some sales calls either way i don't give a damn black you think you're entitled to lead you expense the lat dance i did the job i was hundreds dance.

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