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Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Pentagon mandates cove it nineteen vaccinations for civilian workers the defense department is mandating covert nineteen vaccinations for all civilian workers by November twenty second a memo signed by deputy defense secretary Kathleen Hicks says the new mandate is in line with the presidential directive issued last month requiring federal agencies to implement vaccine requirements under the schedule issued by the Pentagon civilian workers getting the Fizer vaccine must get their first dose by October eighteenth and their second does by November eighth those getting the maternal vaccine let's get their first dose by October eleventh and their second dose by November eighth and those getting the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine must do so by November eighth earlier this year all members of the military were required to get vaccinated Mike Ross yet Washington
Border Crisis Sparks Calls for Change in Immigration Policy
"June twenty first two thousand nineteen jv pritzker signs measure to help protect illegal immigrants in illinois governor jv pritzker in june of two dozen nineteen signed three bills designed to protect illegal immigrants in illinois that would prohibit law enforcement agencies from coordinating with federal immigration authorities. Pritzker sign the keeping illinois families together. Act which prohibits local law enforcement from coordinating with immigration customs enforcement. Now this was two years ago. Why am i mentioning this. Because you have blue states by the way this is one of thirty examples of blue states that have been signing laws that prohibit police officers and local sheriffs in da's from coordinating with federal officials. That's an act of secession. That's an act of nullification saying we don't want any part of this. Federal compact and we as republicans and conservatives sat idly by like. Oh yeah that's bad. Let's keep going to the courts they've been ignoring the courts and ignoring the laws for years. And so then when one point eight million illegals come into the country to change the country permanently by the way what do we do. We beg joe biden for help. So what are the democrats do when things start to trend in a direction. They don't like they take action. The democrats have the willingness to reshape. Destroy the country. Republicans are getting there now. Some people emailed us and they said well. Charlie couldn't joe biden nationalize the national guard. It is very rare to do so usually only done with the consent of the governor and prayer pet presidents have rarely federalized a state or territory guard without the consent of the governor in the wake of hurricane katrina president. George w bush declined to take control of the louisiana's national guard due to the objection of governor kathleen blanco. But this is such an easy thing. First of all joe biden can't nationalize state troopers. Secondly he can't nationalize texas rangers. Thirdly the governor of texas would say i'm sorry what did you design a piece of paper. There's still our national guard. They're not gonna listen to you federalized nationalize i mean federalize. And so what should have been done. And what's still can be done. Is every single. Texas ranger national guard member state trooper that can be allocated should be deployed to the southern border with handcuffs and arrest authority and charter flights. Ready to send people back where they came from
"kathleen l" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"And i was. I was extremely depressed and You know and i finally broke down. And i actually you know this is a even like broke out the yellow pages and look for a therapist. I mean that's how desperate i was and And i didn't have a lot of money at this time either. So i had to find a place that had like a sliding scale. You know to go along with the sliding within my head and And i and i got like kind of a Therapist in training. You know because that was cheaper And it just this very nice young woman and You know you can talk all you want about the complexities of therapy in there are many but you know to me. It was so helpful just to have this really nice person whose job it was just to sit and listen to me for an hour you know and to kind of be nice in supportive and nod her head and Approvingly and be sympathetic. And there wasn't really a lot more than that but you know what it was very helpful. It was good. It was well. That's that is part of the job of a. I what i liked about jennifer is. She offered the solution. These things that you know which the doctor dr ashini. He really did he but he was fine. He'd stays so you like to get a little blotto after you do comedy and i'm like what does out blotto. Oh life you know. Dorothy parker and whatever he wrong you like to get a little. That's fun yeah but I i do like that. She offered and they were very crafty. Call well yeah. Usually usually we try it out. We'd practice at the on the show and she's she's got skills that i haven't heard before i've heard some heard a lot of them to you know i was talking about talat being luck. Luck plays a very important part in life. It also applies to getting a good therapist. You have to be lucky. You got a good one. Yeah i means someone is simple. She's very connected to the human condition. It seems like that would be an entry level requirement. Were all of them. I i actually In terms of what. I said about luck any good therapist. You know not not every serapis belongs in that profession and I will Tell you about I one time Through our mutual friend of all of ours. Joe keys very funny. Love joke a friend of his was doing like Like a cabaret act at some most fearless nightclub and Joe wasn't doing a lot of stand up at the time. She wanted comedian to open for her. And so i said yeah. I'll be i'll do it and i went and i opened for and i got like horribly heckled by a woman in the front row. Who wouldn't shut up and it turns out it was her mother and she was a therapist. Wow that's you know. So maybe sure advice to people as you're not heckling comedians. Enough in your life you know. Well i once did A benefit for the criminally insane. Now i was misinformed. I was doing a room downtown. It was like poetry. And i was one of two or three comedians. But a woman asked me to do it. And i. I was led to believe that they were saying that no law abiding insane people and i thought it would be fun. I thought they'd be like dylan thomas. Or whatever they weren't they were like they had to sit on mats. They were like in jail but they were crazy. Shall it sound it. Sounds like it sounds like a crowd for very specific kind of. I don't know who they would've liked at that point at that point. You kind of want to protect yourself i did. Oh i would say just a little too. Well i got this turn. This was your demographic. Yes i had to be escorted home by. The police took me in their car in my neighbors. Of course they were jealous when they saw doubt but Like i went to get a drink of water. They had guards like don't do this alone. Your hands don't show your hands yet. They were too violent for met for chairs. They have to sit on maps but it turns out a really good audience. Excellent i need loved comedy. Rian killing and The guy before me he had you know that oh some people have a pot belly. I of a kitchen stove sink. He's really fat and they were chanting. How do you feel about that so testing. Yeah i thought it was fun. But i saw brad like to play that room that it's a probation officer. It was some woman who who is not in. She reprimanded me for abby material. That wasn't Light to dark for them on like. Hey i'm not the one that killed my entire senior dr. This may be too. that's hysterical. Your material is too dark for people who chopped up their families. Yes it's like. They were real criminals. Now if i had known that great. Yeah i don't know if i would have. Yeah why not. Those stories are fantastic. That's what we're going to talk again. You guys have to come back and you do. Please come back because frank. We're going to talk about the aztec sacrifice audition Pitch that we did and we really did that. God yeah. We did an aztec sacrifice simulation pitch for the cartoon network and and and i was the one who lost my mind so that was fantastic on. Okay well i want to thank everybody. Thank thank you guys thank you. Kathleen is no thank you. Thank you illicit to lie. You mating you. I want to tell people that they can find the podcast. Wherever they wherever you get your podcast you can go to make late media dot com and make al t. media dot com. You can review you can share. You can do whatever or you can write us at ed at make light media dot com go to connected parenting to check out. All of jennifer's work. Her classes workshops media. It's all there at connected. Parenting dot com. Keep coming back at work. If you work at ahmed crasnick for jennifer kalari. We'll see you next time..
CDC Recommends Immunocompromised People Get a 3rd COVID Vaccine Dose
"The certain people with compromised immune systems get that third dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna Covid vaccine. The committee voted unanimously to recommend a third Moderna or fighter covid shot for those with compromised immune systems. The city sees Dr Kathleen dueling. This recommendation is for moderately and severely immunocompromised people, which is Very clearly spelled out with specific reference to conditions that would constitute that category. Among those included in that category, cancer and organ transplant patients with both the FDA and now the CDC. Okay, this third dose shots could start immediately. Sabrina Cupid for
Judge: Norwegian cruises can require proof of vaccination
"A federal judge has ruled against Florida's governor blocking a law that prohibits cruise lines from seeking proof that passengers have been vaccinated against Kobe in nineteen Florida's governor has been adamant against any code restrictions or vaccine passports signing a law in may that bans cruise lines from even asking but U. S. district judge Kathleen Williams sided with Norwegian cruise lines which wants to sail again with the promise that all passengers and crew have been vaccinated the judge says the ban appears unconstitutional violating the cruise line's first amendment rights she adds that Norwegian has shown suspending its vaccine requirement will jeopardize public health potentially causing super spreader events wherever passengers disembark I'm Jackie Quinn
Judge Blocks Texas Troopers From Stopping Migrant Transports
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a judge blocks Texas troopers from stopping migrant transports a federal judge has issued a temporary order blocking Texas from having state troopers stop vehicles carrying migrants in her ruling U. S. district judge Kathleen Cardona bell passel said the directive issued by governor Greg Abbott last week would have the effect of exacerbating the spread of covert nineteen she scheduled another hearing for next week on Monday the centers for disease control and prevention renewed emergency powers allowing federal authorities to expel families at the border due to culvert nineteen concerns U. S. authorities stopped migrants at the border about two hundred ten thousand times in July the highest figure in more than twenty years hi Mike Rossio
Court Nixes New Trial for ‘Making a Murderer’ Subject Avery
"Court of Appeals is rejected requests by making a murderer subject Steven Avery for a new trial. Avery's serving a life sentence for the 2005, killing a photographer Teresa Halbach. The case was the focus of a popular Netflix series, whose creators raised questions about the convictions of Avery and his nephew, Brendan Dassey. Avery attorney Kathleen Zellner asked the court to consider claims ranging from insufficient scientific evidence. To ineffective trial counsel. But the appellate court on Wednesday denied her request. Avery's earlier appeals have also been denied.
"kathleen l" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"It's not about as a fait. You're allowed to have a pity party Sure yeah for a little while for a little while until you say to suffer k. Suck it up princess. It's tight actually get on and do something else. Because you're not helping us off in. This is that. I say this to anybody. In extreme depression because i work with people will anxiety at all the time. Is you stay in that petit party. You keep that depression it becomes your friend a good friend to have trained. You don't want toxic people in your life including yeah construe. Yeah i mean it can make you physically sick macha son not just emotionally sake if you stay out long enough it makes you tonight. But it's well. I work with suicide prevention and people like that and and yeah it does it get shoot deidre think. Well there's no point in being around let me go and that's a waste because waste you know you've written you written this contract before you born gotta get on with it and get your stuff together Absolutely are such a delight to talk with really enjoy enjoying having conversation with you of touching to in q. So if someone wants to learn more about you and what you do and maybe you perhaps They're called to work with you in some fashion. What is how can what's the best place for people to to find out about your the easiest basis to go to my website it's ww dot susan. Kathleen dot com. And you. can you can catch me. It's there's an easy way to get hold of me. Can you can even actually sign up for forty five. Recall with me as i do that and it's not always a coaching call and i make it very clear to everybody it. I'd like to say to somebody right now after this without me survive. I like somebody go away and say well you know that was a good chats and i have a choice if i want season. That's what i'm gonna do and if not bring me on facebook. I'm pretty good at saying how to do that. Awesome i love it well Make sure also that. If you're a to at least they can go back in and listen to the other episodes from season one of awaken in your mind magic and so you're on i tunes and probably a other podcast platforms. I imagine. Yeah old of the putt. Putt cows platforms. Thanks to my very wise manager. Who does it all for me. He does that stuff. I just do the talking. Find the wonderful people and they find me too. Yeah absolutely well. i'm not not. The engineers are wonderful people who do stuff. But you know you do. Nearest is an important job. Because you've gotta talk. You're the face of research you know about that gloria. We know who we talking to you. I think that's another thing that people don't realize that when you podcasting it's not just a case of saying. Hey come and chat on my podcast. I mean you and i both know with any form of when you speak to somebody else you want to put them neighbor slide. And you want to know about them so that you can all see relevant questions There yeah everybody we spend about an hour or two looking at what it is do that we can say the mega thing like louis stunned for me. Yes absolutely and you have done for me. So it's a piston life got going on here today a little party going on yup absolutely goodness all right. I have enjoyed the so much. And i thank you so much for being here and i will have your link to your website in the show notes. I have a brilliant person who puts together my show notes. Now which is awesome has to do that anymore. Yeah thanks time consuming. Sit it is yes and i. I love what he does. He does a great job as a shout out for you job. You have shot. Shane them go absolutely all right. Well thank you again for being and thank you listeners subscribers and everyone also watching on youtube i appreciate you so much and until next time as always i urge you to go out and live fully. Love deeply and engage authentically. Did you know that a majority of entrepreneurs tend to discount the importance of their work and a good number field. Their success is simply due to lock. I know from personal experience. That self-doubt can keep you from having the kind of life and business you desire. That's why i've created a free guide called uniquely knew how to move from self doubt to self love in four simple steps to claim your free guide to live. Love engage dot gift. That's live love gauge dot. G i asked..
Microsoft Gives Employees a $1,500 Bonus for Their Pandemic Efforts
"Is giving away $1500 bonuses to a vast majority of its employees as a gesture of gratitude for working hard during the pandemic. The bonuses will cost Microsoft about $200 million in total. Microsoft executive Kathleen Hogan announced the bonuses will go out in July or August two employees in the U. S and abroad. Employees of Microsoft subsidiaries GT hub linked in and Xena Max will not be receiving the bonus system.
"kathleen l" Discussed on Fever Dreams
"At least one hundred thousand twitter followers on that note. Let's wrap up this episode of fever. Dreams from the daily beast. In view for installments will also be speaking to some awesome reporters and other colleagues of the daily beast and beyond from politics popular culture and.
Whats So Gratifying About Gossip?
"So let's talk about the upsides and downsides of gossip. I have read that. There is psychological research arguing. That gossip is really an elemental of humanity. Can you tell us about that. Strong arguments i think. Come from people who are evolutionary psychologists and the functional purpose of gossip ease. Scientists would argue. Is that. it's the communication of very important information for example. If you are gossiping about people that are at your office. You know who's really enemies with whom and what they said. That's inside information. That could be helpful. You know who to avoid you know who to ally yourself with because we are social species. Gossip is a way that we can get and give valuable information at relatively low cost. What sort of information is us. Weekly delivering to you. Because it's not information about people you know or that you'll interact with. I think this question is good in that. If i'm not getting information about anybody might direct social network. I'm getting information about you. Know bruce springsteen how's is that helpful to me. He might run into some time because he's another jersey guy lesser run into respraying stein. I don't think i will. So the question is what function could gossip have. It could be that we have this instinct gossip that is being played out in the form of reading us weekly but actually that's not good for us. It's just that we have this evolutionary conserved tennessee. You know much like craving for fat salt and sugar had its origins kind of getting us into a lot of trouble right now. So you don't have to actually have a function which is contemporary for reading. These gossip rags. But you're making an argument against your consumption of gossip. Well okay but here's an argument for it and this plausible. This was made by roy. Meister in kathleen vossen their collaborators and they argued. That gossip is a form of cultural. Learning where these anecdotes say. You read a story about jaylo. Reuniting with ben affleck. And you get this little snippet of what people are saying about it and what they've said that in this story of these two people that you will probably not meet. You are getting social rules in narrative
What is Pink-Collar Crime
"How common is pink collar fraud. And what exactly is it so pink. Color crime is low to medium level employees comma primarily women comma. Who's feel from the workplace. This turn came out and was popularized in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine by criminal just dr kathleen daily so. I didn't come up with it. But it is the one crime. Women really accelerate and for women in the audience. Don't get upset with me. Because i'm not picking on women. I'm highlighting the fact that they are in the lower to mid level positions. Only yet they know where every dime they come into a business and goes out of business so they are the ones who have access to the money and you know you said a little bit about. My background was a special agent with us customs. My idea of criminals were bad guys and most people think of criminals as bad guys. Well i hate to bring it to you. But it's not the bad guys that you need to be scared of. It's the nice people that you work with that you know ended up crossing the line and they might steal from you so it changed my view of criminals and i say i can't get out of bed in the morning if i think everyone is out to rip me off. We have to trust people. But it's trust but verify. Does that make sense. Well that makes a lot of sense and you know maybe if those lower level positions got paid more they wouldn't feel the need to steal but that's a separate conversation.
Biden Purposely Set up Accounts to Avoid Medicare and Obamacare Taxes
"First birthing woman of the United States, actually birthing person in the United States and her dimwitted low EQ husband. They had their account and set up these two s corporations I've told you about before, and actually I learned about it from Christopher Jacobs, First in the Wall Street Journal, then on the Federalist. In order to avoid what in order to avoid paying Medicare and obamacare taxes. For two years at the height of their income. They didn't pay Medicare in obamacare taxes. Biden's families plan. Proposed using Some of the same money to pay for his new entitlement expansions that is Medicare money. And obamacare money, including expansion of obamacare subsidies, estimated to cost 163 billion over 10 years. That would siphon more than two thirds of the revenue that's supposed to be going towards Medicare, so he's going to bankrupt Medicare faster. But don't worry, we can always print He says. We've seen this gimmick before. Obamacare raided Medicare to the tune of 716 billion over a decade to pay for that laws, new entitlements by the way, the Supreme Court was happy without. Oh, sure, of course you can. Right there and constitution. Kathleen Sebelius than the secretary of Health and Human services infamously testified before Congress that there's 716 billion could both save Medicare while funding obamacare. Wow. Of course, that's Absolutely impossible. Only Washington politicians can claim with a straight face to spend the same money twice. Biden, who has spent the last half century in Washington wants to do just that. His budget takes a page out of the Obama play, but so now if you did this on your taxes You'll be going to prison. Now. If Donald Trump did this on his taxes, he be going to prison. Instead, Biden's doing it. On all of our taxes for the whole country, and he's being celebrated.
Taking an in-Depth Look at the Life of Charles Manson
"Born on november twelfth nineteen thirty four in cincinnati ohio charles. Manson was the son of a sixteen year old prostitute named kathleen who often started and ended the day with a bottle of liquor which nowadays is pretty common but back in the days not so much the typical friday night. yeah exactly it's it's pandemic. it's fun. She christened her son. Charles mills mattocks eventually changing his surname to the now infamous manson. When she married a local man named william eugene manson who worked at a dry cleaning business from the get-go kathleen showed little interest in being a mother to her son. During one instance. She took him to a cafe where a waitress who found. Young charles adorable. Joey asked if she could buy him in response. Kathleen said that her son could be changed for a pitcher of alcohol after finishing this she got up left him at the cafe and never looked back. It took charles uncle several days of frantically searching for him throughout the entire town before he managed to locate the waitress So you to our parents. I don't know. Have you ever come into someone asking you to buy your kid. That seems a little weird not yet. Maybe we just having enough places with him. Kids just aren't better door to god. My question is. I hope that that bottle was like a good one then at least some top shelf liquor that was offered for. I'm gonna guess it wasn't. It was at a cafe like this is what we have under the counter. This is. This is what i brought into work today. So here you go. Yeah so pretty terrible. Start to his childhood already. You can clearly see where some of his repressed emotions come one. Hundred percent
How to Get Your Personal Info off the Internet.
"Hey kathleen gallagher thus safety check here and you know i get messages all the time from people. Ask me how to get their personal information off the internet and i always tell him. It's really tough to put toothpaste back in the tube. Once your information is out there. It's out there. Your personal information is available to anyone with an internet connection. This information can include your home address. Phone number names of relatives and more. If you google your name and the city you live in. You'll see dozens of people search sites exposing your private information. The information can be used by stockers criminals and identity thieves. This is dangerous but you can do something about it. You can remove yourself from these sites and take your privacy back here today to explain in much more detail how to go about. This is p. james founder of officer privacy dot com. Pete served on an aircraft carrier in the us navy intelligence specialist. He then moved on to a twenty five year career in law enforcement to the rank of lieutenant. He's testified as a computer forensic expert in state federal civil trials and is a skilled open source intelligence analysts with experience investigating thousands of criminal civil and corporate cases he combined his law enforcement and online investigation skills and created officer. Privacy dot com a company that removes officers private information from people search sites so they and their families can feel safe again and he's going to teach us how to do that as well. Welcome okay so give us the background on on how you decided to to start the company or thanks thanks kathleen for having me great to be on your show. So i was working. These cases and i was using these sites in my in my investigations and i came to the realization that if the goodguys law enforcement officers can use these sites to research on people were investigating then they can use them on us and so i decided that i would remove myself from these sites and took six hours
NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter on Mars Sets New Speed Record in Third Flight
"Top story. Another record for NASA's ingenuity. Mars helicopter fucks is Kathleen Maloney has a report. Ingenuity is third flight on Sunday went faster and farther than the craft has ever gone before, even during testing on Earth. Morris helicopter Rose 16 ft, then zoomed down range 164 FT almost half the length of a football field. It reached a top speed of 6.6 FT per second ingenuity is team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, calling it nothing short of amazing and saying it demonstrates critical capabilities that will enable the addition of an aerial dimension to future
Interview With Erwin Gianchandani, Deputy Assistant Director, National Science Foundation
"And we're fortunate to have with us today. Irwin gancheng donny. Deputy assistant director computer and information science and engineering at the national science foundation. So high irwin and thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me a pleasure to be here. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background your current role at national science foundation. I know you've recently taken on an additional one as well and maybe just explain what. The national science foundation is for some of our listeners. That may not be familiar with it. Sure happy to do that again. For having me kathleen in ron. It's a pleasure to be on this podcast today. So as you said Money and for the last five and a half years or so. I have served as the deputy for the computer and information science and engineering director at the national science foundation. So you might hear me over the course of this podcast Accidentally say size ci se. That's short for the acronym of art director the computing and information science engineering director. And as you sort of alluded to kathleen in the last few months. I've actually gone on detail to the office of the director of the national science foundation. Serving as an acting senior adviser there specifically focused on translation innovation in partnership. So i'm coming to you really Perspective in this podcast today. But i've taken on sedition role in a package sale of more about bad if the opportunity presents itself to So as you may know as some of your listeners may know the national science foundation is really a research funding agency within the federal government so in particular we support research and education in all areas of science and engineering from astronomy to biology chemistry to mathematics. Physics social won't be april sciences as well really any discipline of science and engineering and technology and mathematics and is a funder of that in the federal government. Now we have a vast. We have a budget of about eight point. Five billion dollars in the current fiscal year fiscal year twenty twenty one and the vast vast majority of about ninety three percent goes out the door in the form of grants cooperative agreements primarily to colleges and universities throughout the us but some also small businesses. That are just starting up as well
The Mysterious Disappearance of Maura Murray
"Without further. Ado i present to you. The case of more murray mars early life more was born on may fourth nineteen eighty two in hanson massachusetts. The fourth child of fred and laurie. She had two brothers an older brother. Fred and a younger brother. Kurt and two sisters kathleen and julie. Both older parents divorced when she was six and moved in with her mother. After her parents split she graduated from whitman. Hanson regional high school where. She was a star athlete on the school. Track team an excellent student. She scored a fourteen twenty on her. Sat and was accepted a west point which the united states military academy where she studied chemical engineering for three semesters she was released from west point on an honor violation for stealing five dollars worth of makeup after her dismissal from west point she transferred to the university of massachusetts amherst to study events prior to her disappearance in november of two thousand three free months before her disappearance maura admitted to using stolen credit card to order food from several restaurants. Discharge was dismissed after three months of good behavior on saturday february seventh two thousand and four two days before her disappearance morris. Father fred awry. Am i to take more a car. Shopping and later went to dinner with mara and whatever friends when they were done with dinner more dropped her father office motel room and borrowed his toyota corolla to return to campus to attend dorm party. She arrived at the party at ten thirty. Pm and left at two thirty the following morning at three thirty that morning one day before she disappeared she struck a guardrail on route. Nine in hadley causing nearly ten thousand dollars worth of damage to her father's car. No field sobriety test was conducted so she went to that party and probably got drunk and started driving. Her dad's car ran into a guardrail. One day before she disappeared and cost ten thousand dollars worth of damage to his core. The cops didn't feel the need to do any kind of sobriety test interesting.
City of Everett pushes back on hate group
"It removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge. Come was Eric Heights reports it was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking Marine View Drive in a couple of hours. Then, on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome and average. No place for hate stickers promoting group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. The city says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit members.
The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda
"The city of ever it removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge couples Eric Hynes reports It was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner Place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking rain view drive in a couple of hours. And on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome, and Everett, no place for hate stickers promoting the group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. Said. He says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit
Aligning Your Money & Values With Kathleen McQuiggan of Artemis Advisors
"Women are known for spending their money focused on helping others and the community as well as making more money. Men tend to just focus it on making more money. Women have always been values based investors. I remember this. When i worked at bear stearns and american express deloitte by the way i did campaigns on women and well women have always been values based investors and now the rest of the world is catching on it's called. Espn investing for environment society and governance focused investing basically designed around the un development sustainable development goals or the sdg in fact the sec the securities and exchange commission now has its first head of es g an investing is outperforming other strategies including even in this economy. So how does it work. I'd like you to meet cathleen mcguigan. She is a wealth advisor at artists financial group and a woman. Who's been in my world about these issues for several years. Previously she was in the packs. World investing as head of global women's investing and ran global women's index fund and prior to that. She spent thirteen years at goldman sachs welcomed green catches radio kathleen. Thank you for joining us. Finally thanks for having me and it's great. It's great to finally have this conversation. I appreciate it. So let's start with defining some terms so that people are were were were not losing people define investing for people who aren't familiar with it and talk about the power. Sure angie investing. And i i should do the disclaimer. I feel like you know the financial services industry we use so much jargon acronyms and you know i think sometimes people just get overwhelmed by not understanding some of the inside lingo and you know. I think it's important that people realize that you said earlier right you. Your money is power and women need more of both and sustainable investing which is how we refer to it at artists. And i think this is an emerging sort of language. It isn't bit of alphabet soup. But if you think of sustainable investing what back in the seventies was known as socially responsible investing what is sometimes being referred to now as impact investing. You these things are starting to mean different things. But i'll use sustainable and responsible investing is kind of a general framework for explaining how in the investment process in addition to looking at the traditional financial. Metrics that most organizations would use in making investment decisions sustainable and responsible investing ads. On what i say as an additional layer and it adds on looking at a accompanies in mental. Which is the social. Which is the ass and governance. Which is the g so these. E s g factors as are commonly referred to to be incorporated in the overall investment process or Analysis environmental social and governance factors are additional things that get analyzed and looked at for people to make decisions as to where they want place their buddy so i think of this and i tried to explain it to people as think of it as adding more of the things that were looking at to decide what is good company that we may or may not want a purchase or use an additional set of factors in analyzing investments.
"kathleen l" Discussed on The Deconstruction Workers
"The university professors than a lot of time talking to each other about popular culture in academic journals and academic conferences. The problem with that is you. Don't go to academic conferences, and you don't read academic journals and I WanNa talk to you. Some of the most brilliant thoughts in America about popular culture never get to be heard and I'm on a mission to change that. Brilliant People Fascinating conversations I'm Dr. Christopher Bell and this is a hard hat area. You're on with deconstruction workers. Good Morning. Good afternoon. Good evening wherever it is, you are this Dr Christopher Bell you are on the deconstruction workers podcast and joining me today. Today is a good day for you. Dear Listener, because we have not one but two new players in the studio today which I am super excited about, but before we get to them joining me today on the line is founding construction worker longtime construction worker Dr Lauren Macci. Doctor is an independent scholar now in Cleveland, but has been with us for a very long time. Welcome back to the shadow Lord. Glad to be here once again, also joining us on the line as I, said two new players, our first guest is Dr Elizabeth Tomorrow Clark. Dr Clark is a full professor now of history at West Texas and Am University. Welcome to the show for the first time was glad to be here. Our second new player is Tonga Henderson to Lana. Is a doctoral student at the University of Connecticut working in English. Welcome to the show to longer. Thank you very much so today. I have brought three members three core members of leadership team of Harry Potter Studies into the studio. We've talked about Harry Potter. Studies on this podcast in the past I am the chair of Harry. Potter studies the Founding Chair for the last. Eight years now I believe it is and Lauren. And Elizabeth and to Llandough have been with US forever, and we are talking today about a thing that well I don't Wanna I don't WanNa buy if the conversation too much. We're talking today about JK rollings. We're talking about her specifically, but we're also talking about. People like her. We've done just Weeden in the past on this show. Content creators! Who later we find out are a problem in one way or another. And what do we do with a work when the author of that work is in some way problematic? That's about all I want to see as prep I want to add a prep. Helpful so so Elizabeth to Launda Chris and I all met through Harry Potter Studies, but we are all coming from pretty different backgrounds, so Chris and I are coming in from as we discussed in season. One of the deconstruction workers we are coming from rhetoric, though I come from critical masculinity and presidential rhetoric, Chris comes from feminism and Girlhood, studies and popular culture to Launda is a great background in being not just a librarian, but also a popular culture and young adult fiction scholar. And disability studies and fat studies. Is that correct on and Elizabeth is a historian, so Elizabeth and I. When we talked in Prep for this episode did talk. We talk about, Wagner. because. Talk about toxic creators of popular content, so we are coming from very different disciplines, even though we are all coming in from the core connection of being Harry Potter. Studies people and big time Harry Potter fans. Yes! I think that that's a good starting point for this conversation is that we have four scholars coming from three different fields, but As long as you said even she and I are not necessarily doing the same kind of work, even though we're in the same field. So. The impetus for this and I don't even I. Don't think I'm the right person to intro this in this very specific thing because. I don't pay attention to JK. Rolling at all. Zero, To her. I don't pay attention to her. Either I found out about all of this because Dan Radcliffe. Statement and I was like wait. What did she do now? It wasn't that I was following her, and then I haven't paid attention to her. Since it least since Dumbledore was gay. Or she said so. We need to take a step back so most people who are in the Harry Potter Mill. You will know what we're referring to sideways here, but for those of you who are not familiar with what's going on. We are referring to JK rollings most recent. Foray into being what is known as a turf. Onda do you WanNa? Take it from here and explain a little bit more about what the fact that this is not new. Yes, and this is just the most egregious most recast, so I think the reason why this one has hit as as hard as it has this one being transported tweets, and then an essay that she wrote on her own website that just was virulent is because people like Dan Radcliffe in Eddie red main and snow was Wednesday. Have come up and said this is not okay, and so what the most recent. Controversy started when she clapped back. If you will at a tweet that referred to people who menstruate. And she was like I'm sure. There's a word for these people. What could it possibly be? And then had these versions of the word woman trying to get to that word, and then people were like that's not okay, and then she wrote the SSD say yes, it is, and then people clap back at her to say no. It's not what Lauren was alluding to though is that this is not the first indication that we've had, but she's been transphobic in December. She tweeted in support of a British. which is own issue, but somebody who was miss `gendering trans people in the workplace got their contract not renewed and then shooed because they felt discriminated against because they weren't allowed to miss. Gender Trans People in the workplace. I've heard that she's now appealing the fact that the court said that she didn't have the right to do that. But even before that the author of Harry Potter whose name I do not say. She has liked and followed transphobic people in the past, and in.
"kathleen l" Discussed on Women and Crime
"I can't think of what else the case Lot Kathleen Zellner only represents people she believes are innocent i. Believe that Melanie's and I know that's a great question. I would also like to say for this I know Kathleen I did I reached out. I sent her an email just to see if she would be interested in interviewing I haven't heard back remember but I suspect she's busy. Exonerating people left and right quickly before we get to the end here, but I always wondered. What your opinion of do you have? An opinion of Avery in terms of his innocence or guilt is so the fact that Kathleen Zellner took the case made me believe more strongly in his innocence, because I trust her judgment, but I go back and forth you also I. Don't know if you came across the fact that there. There was like a vial of blood from an earlier case. His blood was on file because he had a prior record. Even before the wrongful conviction, and they found that it had been unsealed and punctured I saw that, too, but then they tested the blood, and they couldn't find a preservative, but then someone said wouldn't necessarily show up, so there's a lot of things that could be shady, but could also be nothing also. Also there's something about the jurors like there were two jurors that had relatives that worked for the county in which she had the lawsuit pending like one was like a sheriff's father and someone else, and I. Don't remember that well. The case is such a rabbit hole I don't know and then there was something not long ago. where like an inmate confessed to killing theresa? How back did you hear that one I heard. Heard that, too, but they they didn't give it much credibility. You know usually you can't give those things much credibility, so I go back and forth I think if I had to say, I would say I think he's innocent. Because I think corruption exists, and as much as I would hate to believe, it could exist at this level I think it..
"kathleen l" Discussed on Women and Crime
"He had a great Ti- was. He's one of the lucky ones. You had a great team of people and one of the lucky ones who had Kathleen Zellner to represent him, so let's talk about Steven Avery, because most of our listeners will probably know Kathleen Zellner because of Steven Avery case and I'm not sure amy of you watched. Murder and making of a murderer part partout. I'm embarrassed to say. I've never watched it. In its entirety I've seen bits and pieces I've written a book, so I know the case well, but okay so Zellner Kathleen. Zellner doesn't come in until part to. Be. Handling his appeal I know a lot of our listeners. Watch have watched this, but for those of you who may be fuzzy and some of the details? We don't know the whole story. I'm just GONNA. Give you a brief background on every case. Steven Avery was wrongfully convicted for a brutal rape, a crime for which he exonerated with DNA evidence after spending eighteen years in prison. Amy, what's the average for exonerates for the time they spend in prison. I don't know that off hand there's. There's different because some estimates only include DNA exonerated. Some include everyone. It ranges around twelve years some times as high as fifteen but I. I would say thirteen if I had okay actually what I felt, the number was so good. I know amy. You know the case, so maybe you could give us a little more background on the wrongful conviction and exoneration, not surprisingly because we know I witnessed identification errors are the number one factor in Ronco convictions the victim pick them from a lineup. But what I find the most striking here is he had an alibi, not only did he have a receipt? He had eighteen eye witnesses who vouched for him regardless he was still convicted of rape and attempted murder and something else about this case I wanNA point out is the real perpetrator actually remained free, and he ended up raping more women, and if you look at the pictures, they actually did look alike as we see. They looked a lot alike I agree. Thank you for that background. Yeah. I forgot he had eighteen eye witnesses I. mean it's just you don't think this kind of thing is going to happen, but obviously our listeners and other people in this area. No, it does. Just two years after Avery's release, he was arrested for the murder of Theresa. How a young photographer who went missing after her trip to the avery salvage yard she had planned to take some photos of vehicle for auto trader magazine. How becks remains her buried bones were later found on the avery property along with her vehicle and other items, and every was arrested. In the course of the investigation police interrogated avery nephew, a then sixteen year old Brandon Dessie, who had a low Iq, and who would confess during a very questionable interview that he and his uncle Rape Theresa before murdering her and burning her body. Have you ever seen the DOC- interviews? Yes, I have I mean it's. It is hard to watch it. It's it is hard to watch, and I encourage people to watch it because it's hard to watch because you need to see and you. You need to see how you feel about this. So dossier and avery were both convicted of the murder, but in two thousand sixteen s he's conviction was overturned, but later the appellate court restored the conviction in the US Supreme Court refused to hear his case, which means that Brendan Desi is out of legal options. He's done with his appeals process. I mean there's really not much more. That's going to happen for. Him I mean I'm shocked. I was really shocked. Scream court actually refused to..
"kathleen l" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Got a history of fences, also, though none of them are violent, but he was like a very big burly, looking guy, and he kind of fit the bill like if you look at the pictures of him and I was encouraged people to go ahead and look, he's big, and he looks tough and I think coupled with his record. The police are seeing the most logical suspect to them like he looks like what a murderer is going to look. So he's arrested and they have another witness Ralph Fry, but it became obvious that Ralph Ri-. His testimony in his statement was absolutely riddled with inaccuracies, but he also pointed to boroughs as the killer fry potter. So this is Ralph rise the second one is Gail Potter. Their stories didn't match either..
"kathleen l" Discussed on Women and Crime
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"kathleen l" Discussed on Women and Crime
"It wasn't just an Indiana. It was a couple of Midwestern states where the bodies were found, so she went to work, and she got most of the prosecutors to agree, but there was one who really wouldn't and the deal ultimately fell through and eyler would die of AIDS related complications in prison in nineteen ninety four. But what happened after that was also a very unique so one year after his death Kathleen Zellner held a press conference, in which she revealed the names of islanders. Victims she said that either maintained the whole time that Robert David little. The professor lived with was absolutely an accomplice in several of the murders, also even the ones he was not, he still knew about them and eyler maintain that little actually committed the murders himself and Zellner revealed this information as well at the press conference. How was she allowed to do that isn't. Isn't there like attorney client privilege right so I'm glad you asked that because that's exactly what I thought. He gave permission to do so so he went dot his head. One idea you could do yes. He said when he died. I guess she had said it was like the only redeeming acts. He thought he could give was to at least give the families there. There there there remains, and what happened to their loved ones, so that's why she was allowed to at that time. Kathleen Zellner vowed that she would never work again for someone she thought was guilty that she would only work to defend the innocent. You know it's interesting to take serial killers and I actually didn't know Larry Eyler so I fell down such a rabbit. Rabbit hole with this I'm looking at everything and especially the connection with the professor. And he stood trial, and he was acquitted. And you know it's funny because when you started talking about him. I just assumed it was going to be a wrongful conviction. Case Remember you said he killed twenty something people on like. How do you get wrongfully convicted of being serious? It's actually really interesting. Although you know what I'm like side, note that Atlanta Monster Remember Eight. They say he's a wrongful conviction so. I don't know but anyway okay so Kathleen's You got a thriving practice a few years after the case Zellner took on a wrongful conviction case for Joseph burroughs. Have you ever heard his name? I but I don't remember the case. Boroughs was awaiting execution for the murder of an eighty eight year old retired farmer named William Doolan in an attempted robbery. What happened here, too? So how did they know this was an attempted robbery? Robbery of this eighty eight year olds while these other characters that come into play, Chuck Gillian and Gail Potter, who is going to play a very integral role in this case attempted to cash a four thousand dollar check of William, De Lawns but the bank employees this being like a small town recognize immediately that this wasn't the guy. This wasn't the old farmer, so they called the police because they knew William de Leon well. Authorities New Gail Potter, as a local cocaine dealer who had been arrested previously, she'd been arrested for drug dealing. She was a drug dealer. That day when authorities went to talk to her, she had visible cuts and bruises on her. You know the cop bring in, and they're grilling her essentially interrogating her, but scaring her so much so that she falsely implicates Joseph burroughs who she said was a collector of drug debt money so basically. This was a short thing that happened. The cops are like. Tell us you did it you. We know that you're involved in this somehow, but the cops didn't think because she's a woman and I. I love that we look at this gender lens that she's capable of this crime. Right so they pressure her and she very quickly turns over boroughs name, so who has boroughs?.
"kathleen l" Discussed on Women and Crime
"It's sounds vaguely familiar, but I definitely don't know shortly after Zellner that practice in nineteen, ninety, an anti-death penalty organization asked her to take on the appeal of Larry Eyler, convicted of murdering and dismembering fifteen year old boy. Eyler was a young attractive house painter in the nineteen seventies and eighties living in Indiana. He had a very troubled childhood, though filled with alcoholism and abuse by his parents and several stepfather's. Eyler also struggled with his sexuality, and he had feelings of self loathing because he was gay and it was said that. Would kill young gay men after sexual encounters because this inner conflict that he had now I just told you that he was convicted of dismembering and killing a boy, and then I'm saying now. There are multiple victims here, so keep that in mind. I lived with Robert David little. He was an older professor who worked at Indiana State University, but this was a platonic relationship Because Eyler was also, he was younger, he was attractive, little was a little, a little bit older and not so attractive. It was just a platonic living situation, but I learned also was involved with a married man, a man who is married to woman, and this was actually a serious relationship and the wife. Wife knew about it, and apparently was tolerant of this relationship Isla was back and forth between them, but when he was with little little, paid the bills, and supposedly it was so that Eyler was the young handsome guy who would kind of bring home, young handsome men for little to engage with as well because he was also gay, so I think that he was kind of you know the one who was able to get other people. I mean it. It wasn't a great picture from the start of their arrangement, but dubbed the highway killer Eyler killed an estimated twenty, two twenty three young men, many of whom were found near highways. He disposed of their bodies on the side of highways. Robert David little was also charged with murder as an accomplice in at least one of these murders, but he was acquitted of. Of all charges and return to his university position when Zellner came onto the case, it was at the part where islands was in his appeals, and she worked hard to broker a deal with prosecutors, and at first islanders family I mean they I looked at the footage and they were. They defended him, and said that he he couldn't have done this and whatnot but eyler. Confessed to Kathleen that he had committed a a number of these murders, and he said that he would reveal the names of his other victims if they would take the death penalty off the table because he had been sentenced to death for that one murder so Kathleen Zellner went and started brokering these deals and a had to happen with different prosecutors because they were actually many jurisdictions..
"kathleen l" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Histories of exorcisms? Christmas massacres. Kill, does irs and concert just. How about haunted MANSION'S THE PHILADELPHIA EXPERIMENT? The dorm of death or candy corn than you're GonNa Love Ghost town, a hilarious, and sometimes not so hilarious twice weekly podcast on Wednesdays, we discussed the secret history of an abandoned unexplored, haunted or mysterious place from anywhere in the world and on Fridays. We cover an amazing historical failure from any time in history goes. Town is one hundred percent, safe and legal. We guarantee it. It's also fun spooky and can contain a riot, a massacre, a murder or an arch deluxe I'm Rebecca Lieb I'm Jason Horton and this is ghost town and you can find ghost town wherever you listen to podcasts. This podcast may contain content that is graphic and disturbing in nature listener discretion is advised. This is the story of a woman who work in the criminal justice system has shined the spotlight on wrongful convictions in the united. States, and while her work enlightened us all they case that inspired her. Efforts is one that just might haunt us. This is episode twenty one. The casting Zellner story. Hey Amy good to you today Hi Megan Miss You I miss you too and I can't wait 'til. We're recording again together I know. Let's give some shoutout, so you ready my favorite part. Let's do it I. Love this to okay. I is an Drina from Switzerland. Injuring andrine actually helped us with some social media stuff she like volunteer time, and made us even like a little document, and I just end. She didn't make us feel old when we had no clue about this. I felt old anyway, but love you Andrea. Thank you so much. We have a Bailey from Illinois, and she came from listening from up zest heard about us, and then came over. Oh, thanks, Bailey and Bailey has a question for us. How often do you think the backlog of DNA testing keeps victims from justice and perpetrators from being charged men and women? And what can we do to help? End The backlog I. Love that question for the answer to the first part is a strong. Yes, so I think the number. One thing we could do is ask Congress to prioritize. Prioritize funding so I've read some reports that say there's over one hundred thousand rape kits that are currently sitting untested, so that means a hundred thousand victims who have not received justice that also means potentially one hundred thousand rapists who have not been apprehended and just as bad it could also very well mean that people that are wrongfully convicted that are wrongfully charged of rapes that these rape kits could possibly exonorated. Did you know something interesting? Meghan that some labs consider backlog at a sample is not tested for only ninety days..
"kathleen l" Discussed on Human Factor Security
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"kathleen l" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"I am so delighted to have my next guest of she's C. so that works currently in Healthcare but oh my oh goodness associated so many different industries different areas an expert on many many things social engineering being one of them. Welcome to the show. Kathleen Mullan Hello Jenny. It is such a pleasure to be talking to you again my friend. It seems a long time. Since we're eating steak in Atlanta it has been a lifetime. There's so many things that happen insecurity. Yes and thank you for guys through Ordering options at American steak restaurants that was an education well L. N.. Ends next time you're in town. I will take you to another steak restaurant that gives you another set of options as we are all about state care it was it was great state so so you know I entry shoe. They're explain your current role but could you just expand if anyone who doesn't know you because you have a vast estranged cates tells a little bit more about what you do. Well so I am now a chief information security officer but I got here through a very twisted path Part of it is when I started trying to decide what I wanted to be when I grew up on this profession didn't even exist and I I have done everything from what's called tin knocking. which is a working in heating and air conditioning and I did? Some bookkeeping had a paper. Route null kinds of things that kids do as they start on their way to college and then when I was in in college a changed my major a number of times and wound up with an accounting degree so my purse profession was in accounting. Only because I changed majors so how many times I graduated. That's what I wound up with So and I did accounting including tax accounting for a while but I he got bored with it and so I moved on from accounting in two auditing because that way you get to pick on other people about what they do wrong which is great and the other thing is an if you're certified auditor you professionally uh-huh kind which means you get paid to be opinionated which I think is fun and and from.
"kathleen l" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"Itsy year prozac came out and i will say that the effect of big pharma aw unhealing has been disastrous. It's i that i can really go off. I just going to be like zip because they have pads. I take your irish us and there are some people that need it but most of the people on medication asia in fact the person the doctor francis who know spearheaded the d._s._m. He's the biggest spokesperson against it right now of all. He says he said it's bullshit to dry diagnose mental illness because so many different symptoms of trauma can look like a week look like my polar can and so we <music> have to it is what it is right. It is what it is but i saw that happen and i sought change people and there's no it's a beautiful <hes> much of a return i think to the natural taking nature back and and then there's also a second psychedelic renaissance using being useful <hes> you know mushrooms and i asked implant medicine and all kinds of well see oil oil uh-huh this so powerful so using glance in that way you know a denver <unk> in yesterday i heard but <hes> it's so they're kind of in the forefront of all that right now you know <hes> studying this being prepared for it and even getting legal legal ability we need to do that because as we've changed as human beings with internet and our pace pace of life being what it is you know ten years for a week times a week on the couch isn't going to cut it right and you can have these experiences in their life altering and literally changing the brain for the matter so <hes> that serve my new frontier than playing with right now and i always mix it with the schimanek with you know being connected to the earth and and then we have the retreat center so my summer is going to be spent furnishing and making a retreat center beautiful yeah. I love it and my son is in denver. How yeah i i mean you need. I think people need to learn how to to use it like you know to use it. Medicinally is a whole other thing to than to use it recreationally and <hes> that's i think it was very powerful in the fifties and sixties and then timothy leary had the counterculture and the government realize oh they're figuring everything out you know and then it went it went underground but <hes> it's back in in high ironically at the same time that white supremacy in all that so. There's like this polarity at this time to be a healthy person is time. You have to walk between it. You know you have to you know you can't deny the darkness. You can't deny all that. You've got to really strengthen. The part is is growing in the light. My cholesterol's was creeping up recently my doctor. She knows she knows how now i said. What are you what are you gonna do. She was like you know i. I want to give you a prescription and i was like you know. I'm not going to take a pill for he'll. He'll at it. No i took some flaxseed oil and started eating avocado instead of eating a lot of research no that what's going to bring down low triglycerides the baddie cholesterol increase the big cluster on so you know obviously exercise starting to step it up joined. The gym sounds like you get in the pool and so did all that and then i said let me check in three months. Let me do it. My way in three months left back and she was like all right. You're right and your congratulations. This rate the plants the plants you know it so i am so okay <hes> grateful that you work with a lot of young people millennials and they're they're getting it. They're they're kind of reach understanding that there's a need to return return <hes> a big message to them like don't get to digitalized now. Don't forget nature. You know right yeah. We live in such beautiful wonderful powerful times terry. I love it. I love the awakening. It's powerful. I've never seen so many people coming in thirty years coming in and saying <hes> in crisis this is going on in. I know it's my wakeup. Call you know like thirty years ago. People were just in crisis. They didn't know about the wake of call it was. I did know i news but they didn't know but now people are coming in saying that right. It's like now. I think like i've waited my whole life to be where we are. Now continues yeah yeah right so i have to throw at you my favorite question which is if you could anyone dead or alive to help you with your continued journey would rebate mary magdalene together yeah yeah. That's a great answer and i'm just gonna energy for just one second because my daughter who i've talked about in she's twelve and and she said <hes> we were driving in the car. The other day. She goes to rocchi oh school and but she's she's also questioner like yet. Researcher is a lot of them are made up in their parables to help us understand and i love it deep thinker yeah she she was just like i think mary have much more horton rolling. She's mary michael of you. Know like choose best friend of unison. She went on this whole thing about marries. Well jesus with life and acts not talk about so yeah. I believe so too i believe they are both both yogis and mystics and and that <hes> you know when when jesus multiplied the lobes and the fish right and he said that you can do this too he was telling us that we have within us the capacity to manifest. It's literally make matter real like materialized things and we do and there's all ready innings source inexhaustible supply of energy on the planet that can be harnessed as being kept undercover because what will that do to the oil industry and like he said that and we can we in the way to do that. I've read a lot about it and it's about having a vision might really high in the field of infinite possibility and then bringing your vibration down to the level of what it is you wanna manifest and knowing how to do that. That's how we create. Anything saddened so yes meditation that i was doing daily. I haven't done it for a while. I need to get back to it but it was a manifestation yep. Yep like the sounds and right who's about migration. Yeah we want what we wanna. Do is materializing which means that we realize it in madder sadder right which means we embody it so it starts out here like the vision the dream right the dream of becoming he learned the dream of creating retreat center dream of you know having a <hes> <hes> a therapy dog whatever it may be and then we need to and and then the focus comes in so this is like the feminine and the masculine function comes in and brings it down to earth so this is what this is sacred geometry you know all those things jesus knew about and i would wanna talk to both of them about sacred sexuality and how to use that even more powerfully for healing for not just ourselves for the planet so i think they knew that stuff i yeah i think they did that would be. I know right right yeah against that. You wanna touch on her talk about that. We haven't we haven't. I haven't looked at the clock tower. Yeah i know we just kind of we're on a roll. I'm could've like <hes>. I want people to know that you know eventually. They'll be a page that they can. Your listeners can get my book at a discount so i'll put up a page for that. You're we're gonna send it out if anybody wants to get in touch. You know i'm at <hes> w._w._w. Dot kathleen hannigan dot com <hes> that's k. h. L. e. e. n. h. A. n. augean and <hes> my book is called. Love seed the template the plate for birthing new world and if anybody reads it please writer review. Let me know how it affected you. It's <hes> it's my gift of love to world. I you know it's just i tapped into allow love to write it. I guess you can say at the end of finishing up mind and and and i get so beautiful you wanna hear i it's right in front of me. I'm going to read it and so this is encouragement for you or anybody who knows that they're medicine is is a writer okay <hes> and it's this is an the affirmation. I got it from my publisher. My message and my words are worthy and bless.
"kathleen l" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"I'm uh-huh. I'm the leader you know. I'm i'm the senior while i'm the junior will i'm young and what it is that i i don't give a crap about the next generation ration- <unk> and so if fades away and and and when we look at what what was the intent not purpose but the intent of bob starting the business initially very often simple intent was i want to make a better life for myself and for my family that was the intent and often times the the founder doesn't hasn't even considered purpose until later on until it was established then the second generation of already lot they. They don't know what the purpose this was. They don't have the intent because they've already got a great lifestyle and this is not thinking in multiple generations straight other than maybe money but not not beyond that you're talking about is greater impact and again. I love this analogy of nature because it it allows us us to consider business at the level of sustainability. That's never been considered. We think about sustainability as in well. We're going to a use less power in our company going to source materials batta. We're going to not use child labour. We're going to you know whatever robert is but when you think about it in a even beyond global way of thinking global even limits as to the physiological but materialistic but at a great level we then have to think about you know. How does we think don't push crap into the ocean poisoning the coral what we don't think about well what aides to carl about well you know i love we walking down the st the day and a notice the fish sign like painted fish by by the manhole doesn't mean this fish down the manhole. It means when you pull crap down the manhole. That's going to reach vichy essentially and you're going to be in the paint thinner. You just pull it all comes around. It all comes down recently. I began in leadership yeah. There's a there's a ripple effect where the where you are on the other side of that tied ride. It's gonna come back to you anyway because it's it's an interdependent system and eventually what you put out. We'll come back and i think i've done a lot of work working the leadership in sustainability world but now i don't think sustainability is the final stage i think if you think about degenerative practices those that's basically all of our conventional wisdom about leadership management it degenerates or <hes> degrades aids are not just our environment but our human capital our <hes> capacity to create better organization that will thrive in in one hundred years from now. It's all about extraction but then you go to green and that's a little improvement then you get to sustainability and sustainability i see he is kind of a neutral place. It's do no harm so you're basically <hes> not harming the next generation but you're not restoring all the ways do you <hes> diminished the environment and the people before you so then you get to restore so restorative practice is literally how well l. can you build resilience in design resilience into your organizational system so that.
"kathleen l" Discussed on KTOK
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