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To Help Hurricane Ian Victims, Donate to Florida Disaster Fund

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 3 d ago

To Help Hurricane Ian Victims, Donate to Florida Disaster Fund

"It's mostly left Florida but Florida's underwater It's underwater The flooding that's taking place So people in Florida still need our help America This is a Levin surge To the extent anybody can contribute the more the better even a little will help Florida disaster fund dot org Florida disaster fund dot org That is the main way to provide some funds They're not asking for equipment and clothing all the rest There's just no way to handle that or get it to the people So Florida disaster fund dot org Let's overwhelm them with our charity Florida disaster fund dot org Now those of you who are online Who have social media presence If you could also put that on your site so that would be enormously helpful If you could link to Florida disaster fund dot org Florida disaster fund dot org that would be enormously Helpful so we can get the word out everywhere And friends who see it may just click it and throw in a few bucks and that's what it takes

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:43 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "org" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"In a short diploma dot org, brought to you by the Dollar General literacy foundation and the ad council. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. Mine from the Bloomberg interactive brooker studios is his Bloomberg day break for a Monday, October 3rd, 2022, coming up the shower. In about face, the UK drops a plan to cut taxes for the highest earners we are live in Europe with the latest. The fourth quarter begins following three straight quarters of losses for U.S. stocks. Credit Suisse shares hit a record low. And Tesla shares drop after missing third quarter delivery estimates. Rescue crews in Florida continued to search for people who decided to ride out hurricane Ian plus Brazil's presidential election is headed for a runoff vote. I'm Michael Barr more ahead. I'm John Stan Sharon sports, the mets appear headed for a second place finish after getting swept in Atlanta the Yankees lost wins for the jets and Johnny. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak. On Bloomberg 11 three O New York, Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C., Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston, Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco, Syria's exam one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app. Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow in U.S. stock index futures are mixed this morning. We are coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street, and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures are down four points. Dow futures up 46 and NASDAQ futures down 58, ten year treasury up 1130 seconds

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Gov. DeSantis: Water Levels May Continue to Rise, Even After the Storm

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Gov. DeSantis: Water Levels May Continue to Rise, Even After the Storm

"Governor desantis earlier today had this to say cut three mister producer go Right now if you look in Central Florida you're looking at potential major flooding and orange and seminal counties St. John's river all the way up potentially into northeast Florida and Jacksonville the amount of water that's been rising and will likely continue to rise today even as the storm is passing Is basically a 500 year flood event And I know Seminole county has done evacuations I know they've opened shelters but we're going to see a lot of images about the destruction that was done in Southwest Florida And obviously we have massive assets there but people should just understand this storm is having broad impacts across the state and some of the flooding you're going to see in areas hundreds of miles from where this made landfall are going to set records And that's going to obviously be things that will need to be responded to So that is a really unfortunate but they're very lucky to have a hands on smart governor there I know governor desantis quite well He's a personal friend I knew him before He was governor when he was at congressman And I've decided at least for the time being not the contact him To come on the program I know others are having them on their programs And I think that's a good thing So we can get the message out But I've just decided to let him do his work and not to be one of those lining up to try and bring him on the program I hope you'll continue to be generous in helping the people of Florida who need our help The Florida disaster fund dot org Florida disaster fund dot org

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John Zmirak: 'America Is Turning Fascist -- in the Negative Sense'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 4 d ago

John Zmirak: 'America Is Turning Fascist -- in the Negative Sense'

"Talking to John zamir act John everywhere I go, people say, I love your conversations with John's mirac. And I say, I love them even more than you do. So what are we talking about, John? There's a lot going on. We don't need to talk about Aaron judge, you know, and his quest to hit a thousand home runs in the season. We don't need to talk about sports. What would you like to talk about? Well, I've got a new piece up at stream dot org called America is going fascist in the negative sense. Okay? And fascist in the negative sense is a phrase I made up just to say loudly at college cafes on my way out just to leave behind his heads could explode after I left the cafe. But actually, I found a use for that phrase. It's kind of like saying racist in a bad way. And then right, right. But in this case, unfortunately, has too much application. By fascist in the negative sense, I mean actual dictatorial conduct. I mean, a president who gains power by shading means and then punishes anyone who criticizes him, criminalizes any questions about the election by which he took power. By fascists in the negative sense, I mean censorship of the media punishing and beating people up because of their political views, letting thugs off the hook because they beat up your political opponents using the security police to investigate your political rivals, raid their homes, take their put their supporters in handcuffs. All the things that Joe Biden is doing. That's

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Who Can Speak Freely on University Campuses?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:49 min | 5 d ago

Who Can Speak Freely on University Campuses?

"However, I want to go to the list of the most absurd universities that you probably don't want to see in your kids too if you want them to have an open mind and have the freedom of speech. Skidmore, I have never heard of skidmore university. You just give more college as a private college. They're amongst the top 5 words. Georgetown university, I think it's rinsler, polytechnic, I could be saying it wrong, it's a private university. University of Pennsylvania and Columbia university. And so kids from Colombia university has something to say about them being ranked last, obviously there was a mixed emotions when they were interviewed on campus. But one of them said, I think everyone here is very open minded and so I'm not sure are really sure where this is coming from. And in the article we read, it says, however, Rihanna, a senior at Avi Lee school, said, of course, people think they can't say things. I think people think they might be judged by the majority. If you go through the statistics and you look at the biases, right? I mean, you would think that people on campus that are afraid to speak would be generally anybody who wants to speak out. However, there's a disproportionate representation of conservatives. That are afraid to speak out. According to statistical data from fire dot org, it says that conservative students are most likely to feel they can not express their opinions freely with 42% reporting that they often feel uncomfortable speaking freely compared to 13% of liberal students.

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Neil Parrott Provides an Update on His Campaign

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last week

Neil Parrott Provides an Update on His Campaign

"Telling the audience before you know I ran there Maryland district 6 I almost won Almost doesn't count Horseshoes and hand grenades but I've watched that district for a long time It's western Maryland It's a portion of Montgomery county It was a district before redistricting that was in the hands of a Republican Roscoe Bartlett for a really long time You're running there now you won your primary How do your polls look How are you feeling about it And your opponent David trone is super weak This guy's one of these wealthy dudes It doesn't think he needs to do anything to campaign How are you feeling about the race overall Hey thanks for asking First of all you were in a 2014 a great race A lot of us went to bed that night thinking you had won You're just we're all out I loved your campaign Matter of fact I love it so much I've hired your campaign manager and we are really excited We've got a great ground game We're getting our message out I do encourage anybody who's listening to go to Neil Perry dot org Neil OTT dot org where they can help us My opponent owns total wines and more He's spending about $15 million in this race which is more than our governor's race both candidates combined But you are right He is very weak because he hasn't done much for this district at all People hardly know who he is Our polls show that he's ahead 47% to 44% right now but when we give them just a few pieces of information just general information his support goes down to around 34% mine goes up to 55% in a bunch more become undecided I mean this race we can win and this will help change the direction our country is going It will help get rid of Nancy Pelosi We just need 5 seats to flip from Democrat to Republican This is one of those seats right here

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Jim Hanson Discusses the National Conservatism Conference

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

Jim Hanson Discusses the National Conservatism Conference

"Start by telling you everyone about a really cool conference I was at. This last week, in Miami. It was called the national conservatism conference. It was the third iteration of this. Put on by an organization called the Edmund Burke foundation. So very, very deeply old school conservatives. And really, if you're not familiar with this organization, I'm going to tell you you should be. National conservatism dot org. They have the right ideas. And what I want to kind of talk about and put in all of your minds, if you're not familiar with this, is the idea that we on the right. We, the maga, we, the America first crowd, we the new right, the base right, us. We need a full fledged ideology platform and governing set of principles because the time is ripe for us to take over. I mean, we are winning. We are ascendant. We are the ones at the momentum. We are the reason people are joining the Republican Party is because of us. And in large part, you got to give credit where credit's due. Donald Trump lit that fuse. He lit that fuse. Like when they put on the old cartoons, the barrels of dynamite blowing up. He did that. And it's working. He kicked that over. It's driven the left crazy. They've shown just exactly how bad their ideas are. They've started doing things that normal Americans can't stomach. So all of those people need a home. We have a home. We are the right. We are inviting new people to this place. And we are displacing the rhino moderate spineless thin lip milk toast cream in the coffee Republicans, like Mitch and the rest. All right, we're pushing them out of the way.

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Is the Trump Movement Like Syria's Kurds, an Ally for Christians?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Is the Trump Movement Like Syria's Kurds, an Ally for Christians?

"Have the joy of speaking with our friend John mirac John. You have an article at stream dot org. People need to know to go to stream dot org and find your article. The title is, is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians. Right. So I was telling the story of the devastation of the Christians of Iraq after the American invasion in 2003. In Syria, something similar seemed likely to happen. The Arab Spring was going to bring democracy to Syria was going to overthrow its evil dictator and the American liberals and American neoconservatives were all gung Ho excited that it was going to overthrow this Arab dictator. Only problem was, the people were going to overthrow it, were radical Islamists linked to Al-Qaeda, John McCain lied to us about that. He flew over there and said, I vetted them. They're moderate rebels. They're moderate, moderate. During the 2016 presidential campaign in the foreign policy debate among Republicans out of all those like 12 or 13 Republican candidates. All of them but three wanted to shoot down Russian planes to help these Al-Qaeda linked Islamist jihadis take over a country with a million Christians. And of course, ethnically cleansed them like they had in Iraq.

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If You Don't Get Angry, Something's Wrong With You

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:19 min | 2 weeks ago

If You Don't Get Angry, Something's Wrong With You

"But the reason I'm telling people this and I'm taking your time, John, is because Mario morelo spoke. A lot of people don't know who he is. Ladies and gentlemen, there are just a tiny handful of people like Mario Morello. I've never seen anyone bolder more in tune with what God is saying. I don't say that lightly. And what he talked about, you just got me thinking, John. The level of evil that is manifesting itself in the United States of America right now. When you hear about the government going after an organization like Christians engage dot org and saying, well, we're going to take away your tax exempt status. This is evil. And if you don't get angry at this, something's wrong with you. You're trying to pretend it's not happening. And by the way, that is about the most anodyne little thing you could possibly mention, but I just thought when Mario marlos spoke, he spoke about some of the genuinely wicked things done and there are people in the church convinced that somehow the Christian thing to do is to be quiet or to be nice. I mean, if somebody mutilates your children, are you not going to fight? Are you not going to stand? Are you not going to do? There are things happening that, you know, apart from the literal mutilation of children because of the transgender madness, if you don't speak up, if you don't get angry and say, I have an obligation to fight for what is right and true, the idea that I can't be political. You are absolutely hiding from reality. And I just want to be really blunt folks. God's going to judge us when we are silent in the face of evil. God calls us to speak. And not only will God judge you, I will judge you. I will be in the gulag for a couple of years before they finally come and get you. And when you show up, I will laugh at you. I will judge you. That's the most important thing. I mean, I tell you, forgive me, John, but you know, when you tell me that, that the IRS or whoever is trying to bother Christians engaged. It's another good reason to go to Christians engaged dot org, folks. Because we have to stand with those who are being persecuted and vilified, attacked in any event. Well, John. Well, I've got a piece at the stream that relates to this. And it's an unusual title. Is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians? Is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians? Like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians. For Christians. Okay, let me guess. Yes. Yes. So I tell the story of two very similar Christian communities in very similar circumstances with tragically different outcomes. The Christians of Iraq had and the Christians of Syria as circa 2001 on September 11th, 2001. They were in very similar situations. They were dependent on the goodwill of secular Arab dictators. Saddam Hussein Bashir. The U.S. fights this pointless war in Iraq based on weapons of mass destruction that never existed. Our regime our occupation does not protect the Christians. The Muslims are infuriated that the American crusaders are in their countries. So they started attacking the local Christians who are hapless helpless scapegoats. They had all been disarmed by the government. Saddam Hussein, like a good tyrant, had gun control. America being good liberals, we kept gun control laws in Iraq. The Islamists like other criminals don't obey gun control laws. So they got lots of guns. The Christians of Iraq, obeyed the law, counted on the government to protect them, were slaughtered. Three fourths of the Christians in Iraq who had been there since the apostles, the churches have been there since the second century. Three fourths of Iraq's Christians were killed or driven into exile. And if you want to help them go to Iraqi Christian relief organization, they really do need your help. It's tragic because they were disarmed. They were helpless in the face of ISIS. When ISIS marched in the city of Mosul, which had 1.6 million people and tens of thousands of Christians. Like a hundred guys from ISIS took over a city of more than a million people because they'd all been disarmed by the government. Hundred guys took over a terrorized the city of 1.6 million people burned all the churches, drove all the Christians out, raped the women set up rape camps where they traded them. Horrendous tragic outcome. That is what happens when Christians trust a secular government that doesn't like them to protect them. And the secular government here in America clearly likes us less and less with each passing week. So as I've written and I've got a book on this coming out on this called God and guns versus the government, the more hostile the government becomes, the more important our gun rights become. Now let me tell the story of Syria. In Syria, do you remember the Arab Spring went to democracy was going to come to the Arab world? Well, how did that work out? Joey walked out. We have to go to a break here, but I just have to remind my audience just so that they're tracking with the conversation. The lunacy of the Arab Spring, the lunacy that the idea that democracy could break out in a place like that. The naivete of the people who put forward that narrative. And then we saw it collapse and they never bothered to say, oh, oh yeah, we were wrong about that. When we come back talking to John for the rest of the hour and more, don't go away. Well, I for one second, I've got an alarm going off. I got to turn it off. Is the government the best mechanism for fighting poverty? Are there any real life examples of communities successfully combating addiction and homelessness today? How can we best deliver hope to our nation, those questions get answered September 23rd on Salem now dot com in an inspiring new motion picture from kingstone studios based on a true story in no vacancy a demoted journalist finds her cynicism slowly transformed as she befriends a recovering addict while working a story about a church struggling to purchase a motel for homeless families, no vacancy, starring dean Cain, TC stallings and Sean young is based on the true story of first baptist Leesburg, Florida, and a real location the Samaritan inn. Move your viewers are saying movies like this bring purpose to the big screen, well produced and the acting is tops, enough can not be said about how incredible this true story is.

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How YOU Can Support Steve Bannon

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

How YOU Can Support Steve Bannon

"People support you? We're getting so many questions about that. Go to war room dot org, just catches on real America voice or rumble. All we ask the audience to do is just be a force multiplier. Take the content and push it out. It's all free. No paywall, just hit us at real American voice app, or just come to warm dot org. We try to keep it simple, Charlie. War room dot org is the best way I love that. And the show is great. We listen to it before our show every single day. And this drum beat is continuing and the populist nationalist movement is increasing. And that's why they have to go to these desperate measures.

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John Zmirak: Teacher in Ireland Chooses Prison Over Lying to Children

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak: Teacher in Ireland Chooses Prison Over Lying to Children

"Piece now at stream dot org titled. This Christian teacher in Ireland chooses prison over telling hellish lies to children, would we do the same? And in it, I ask, what are the things that you would be willing to go to prison rather than say? I mean, there are certain things if they told me to say I'm going to go to prison. I'd say I'm without meeting them. Like, yeah, the 2020 election was the most secure in history. Yeah, the Democrats care about black Americans, best interests. No Stacey Abrams does not look fat in that dress or any dress. She looks fabulous. I'd repeat those kind of things. What I would not do is teach to children as a teacher, tell children things like Jesus was an impostor whose body rotted in the grave. Caesar is God. I wouldn't tell them abortion is a morally acceptable choice. That same sex marriage is good. Or I wouldn't tell them biological sex isn't really real God or Darwin or whatever. Sometimes it makes mistakes and puts a boy in a girl's body or vice versa. And what matters is the gender inside your head would you need to discover others have to respect it and affirm it via surgery and hormones. That's what you're saying when you use the they pronoun for someone who's gender confused. You are saying that their illusions are real and that they should obey them. You are repeating Satan's voice in that person's head.

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John Zmirak: 'If the U.S. Is Nineveh, Then Canada Is Sodom'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:03 min | Last month

John Zmirak: 'If the U.S. Is Nineveh, Then Canada Is Sodom'

"Folks talking to John's mirac. John, please continue what you're saying about Canada and euthanasia. Yeah, in my piece, it's streamed out org I say the title is if the U.S. is 9 of a Canada is saddened. And I'm talking the sin, I'm talking about, is euthanasia. On a large scale, I just saw a figure that 3% of deaths in Canada are from euthanasia. Now, when, sorry. That's my stomach. When you have social socialized medicine. You're always going to have euthanasia as the back door option. Because people get sick and it's expensive. And if people aren't paying for their own healthcare and saving for it and their family members kicking in, if the government is responsible for everything, then it becomes a cost benefit analysis. It becomes the question of how much is it worth it to us to keep your grandma alive for another 6 months?

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John Zmirak Comments on the Passing of Mikhail Gorbachev

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last month

John Zmirak Comments on the Passing of Mikhail Gorbachev

"Promised John zamir X starts with a Z John. We never talked about your review of the film mister Jones. Why don't we do that last because that to me is the most fun thing. Okay. What is the other thing that you want to talk about? There was one or two other things that you've been writing about at stream dot org. Well, it's been very poignant to me learning of the death of Mikhail Gorbachev. This is somebody who played a really huge role in your life and in mind. Without necessarily intending to. And I'm telling you, I'm not joking. I'm on vacation. So you mean to tell me that I missed this big news? Yeah, yesterday Michelle Gorbachev. I literally didn't know that until you just mentioned it. Wow. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. Wow. It's a lot to be said about it. I remember the day in 1991 when the hard line Russian generals tried to seize power from Gorbachev to arrest him or kill him and reimpose communism and start the Cold War up again. And I'll never forget because up until 1990 or so. I had always assumed I knew how I was going to die. And how we're all going to die in a nuclear war. I was a 100% sure that because I lived in New York, you know, it was a prime target. I was going to die in a nuclear war and so was everybody else I knew. Nobody was going to have grandchildren. No one is going to be remembered. Nobody's going to have a heritage. Nobody's home was going to exist. After he was dead, behind us, we would leave nothing, but an ash heap. I had always assumed growing up in the Cold War. That's how I would leave this world. I would have nightmares about our woken up multiple times after seeing my body get hit by a blast wave or Brady killed by radiation. That started to go away. Subtle inexorable way. Thanks to Gorbachev's reforms in Russia where he was trying to impose what he thought was socialism with the human face. He was mistaken. That doesn't exist. That is impossible.

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The Real Effect of Transition on the Trans Community

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

The Real Effect of Transition on the Trans Community

"Let's talk about the effect on the children. We know they don't want to talk about it, but Walsh covers it in his movie. People who go through the quote unquote transition, which isn't a transition. End up with the highest level, I can think of no other sector of society that is a taxonomist group. Lumberjacks, whatever. Coal miners. There is no group of humankind that has as high a suicide ideational rate as those who've undergone these mutilations. Because they get to a point where they realize I may have a fake penis, but I can't really have sex. I am now sterile, I may be able to adopt a child, but will the child look at me as a woman when my voice is a baritone, so we have, we have 40 to 50% suicide ideation rates. Just the sheer psychological damage on these children as adults should be reason enough to stop this, should it not, Chris? Yeah, there's a really good website people can go to, it stats for gender dot org. And if they search suicide, they'll get the truth about this. The best one of the best studies we have shows that ten years after transition. Because it does take a while. Right, because you got to do the social, the chemical, the physical. And sometimes there's a bit of a honeymoon period because they've obsessed over this. And it takes time for all these medical complications to kick in. But the suicide rate ten years after the fact is 19 times higher than their peers. 19.

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Kira Davis: How to Support Her Race for School Board

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

Kira Davis: How to Support Her Race for School Board

"So you are running for school board I have a great story for you We kicked ass down here in Florida We had our primary this past week a bunch of liberty oriented education oriented candidates made it through including two great ones in my county What's going on Where are you running How does your race look How can people support you and just their feeling on the ground Is this the year in California Is it taken over there to this fervor to get schools back to education out indoctrination Yeah I think it is Dan I have to say that the parent clown here in California has been so excited about what happened in Florida this week I've been posting about it I have been telling our parents look what you can do I know Florida is a little different politically from us But the said but the parents are the same right We all love our kids We all want better for our kids So look what happened when these people they didn't just band together Dan but also the right politicians got behind them right Desantis Trump is out there crowning people on the national stage And desantis who we like to compare to Trump a lot in different ways right Kind of same but different kind of thing Desantis is out there Putting his support behind local candidates and now we're seeing the benefits of that And so I hope that more Republican bigwigs in their states do the same get behind your local candidates and make a big deal out of it because that's where the change is going to be So I'm running in a district We have a liberal school board We are outnumbered I live in Orange County which is a slightly conservative area in Southern California but our school boards are mostly liberal And so I'm running as one of few people to flip our board Right now we're about we have 7 people on the board were about 5 to two liberal majorities And we'd like to make that a four to three conservative majority And we have the chance running for capistrano unified here in southern Orange County And if you'd like to support me you can go to Kira for school board dot org

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Kira Davis: Florida School Board Results Offer Hope to California Elections

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | Last month

Kira Davis: Florida School Board Results Offer Hope to California Elections

"Kira the fact that they're so concerned about you nationalizing these stories is hilarious This isn't a private company Well yeah that would be a big concern You don't want to let out This is a public entity paid for by tax dollars involving everybody's kids You would think they would love the idea that you could bring attention to their district Yeah well then that means bringing attention to some of the people in the district And there's a lot of people who have been getting away with a lot of things for a long time And that's changing And what we saw happen in Florida has really been an encouragement to us here in California And by the way Dan as we've been talking donations have been pouring in from your listeners So please continue to support me Kira for school board dot org hit that donate button helps me buy science helps me buy data and helps me come back combat the unions which are extremely vicious I just can't believe that if this is Dan let me close with this If this is how they treat a private citizen a candidate how do they treat your kids They couldn't have summed it up better than that folks Help her out She is a fan of freedom and liberty and ally in this movement and an invaluable asset as she gets on the school board Kira Kira Kira for school board dot org Please help her out

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Allison Gill Doesn't Like What Is Happening With the Weisselberg Case

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

Allison Gill Doesn't Like What Is Happening With the Weisselberg Case

"As we speak literally a couple minutes ago, former Trump organization CFO Allen weisselberg has pled guilty in a tax fraud scheme after reaching a deal with the Manhattan DA. So yesterday, I admit to being, you know, a little bitch, a little salty bitch. Because on the surface, it was like, he got, he was going to get 5 months and no cooperation, right? So what has happened here, Allison gill, explain what you think is going on? Yeah, I don't know, but I'm still veruca salt about it. I hate this deal. Why did they need to give him a hundred days in jail in order to get this? So he's flipping after they had already indicted the Trump organization. It's like you had a slam dunk cases on both of these. Trump org and weisselberg, why do you have to give him just 5 months to get his testimony? And the drum board case. I don't like it. Yeah, that's what I mean, but it still means that he can't take the 5th now, right? He has to testify in, what is the difference? Do you understand that? And he's not cooperating against Trump personally, but he's a cooperating against the Trump organization and he can't take the 5th, right? Well, he is not supposed to be able to take the 5th, but that doesn't mean he just won't be full of, I don't recalls and. The prosecution might not even use him as a witness. I mean, he is a piece of criminal. He's a career criminal. A lot of cooperating witnesses are. And that shouldn't stop the Department of Justice or the Manhattan DA in this case. From using that testimony against another entity or in another case, but do you remember the whole Manafort Rick Gates thing and how the jury convicted him without Rick Gates's testimony was just based on the documentary evidence and these were both slammed up cases and I just, I feel like it's probably got a lot to do with when done and pomerants walked out resigned in protest back in January. I just don't like what this office is doing. They're taking a very light handed approach to this and I mean a hundred days for 15 tax crime felonies. What?

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Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last month

Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

"I want to start this program by going into what happened over this last weekend. According to NPR dot org, the propagandist publication funded by our taxpayer dollars, Democrats passed a major climate health and tax bill. Here is what is in it. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer gives the thumbs up as he leaves the Senate chamber after passage of the inflation reduction act. Senate Democrats after weeks of negotiations to revive the core of their election year agenda passed a spending bill, which would attempt to tackle climate change. The high cost of prescription drugs and lower the deficit by roughly $300 billion. So let's go through actually what's in the Bill. This NPR does a pretty poor job of detailing it, but we'll dance around with this, but let's start with this idea of climate change. I have to say, whoever came up with the branding around climate change is brilliant. It's an unbelievably brilliant strategy. You can call it a Trojan horse. You could call it a wolf in sheep's clothing. What's so brilliant about climate change is that you don't have to define it. Is that you have a unspecified fear that you could spend an unlimited amount of money on. Like AOC a $100 trillion. Why stop there? Why not a 130 trillion? You see, climate change is so brilliantly duplicitous. And it's a scheme to make people afraid, but they'll never actually get to the end point. That's what's so brilliant about it. So no matter how much you spend, there might be somebody with a fossil fuel somewhere in Midland, Texas, we need to spend another $100 billion to go find them. You see, if they completely change the economy into a green economy, destroying our energy supremacy, by the way, which is one of the most civilizational suicidal things that we could possibly do, they'll just then create a surveillance state to find out if someone still is using fossil fuels or natural gas, even

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Everybody Needs to Read a New Article by Michael Anton...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Everybody Needs to Read a New Article by Michael Anton...

"Everybody needs to read a new article by Michael Anton at comp at compact magazine. And I will send you the link so you can post it on Twitter. Well, actually, make sure you post it on Twitter and I will retweet it. But the point is, a point in my article that stream dot org is transphobia is a made up term, but what it represents is something we should embrace. Gender dysphoria is the mental illness like anorexia or bulimia, where false cognitions about your body drive you to do things that are self destructive, medically dangerous and will cause you suffering in the long run. Our culture has decided to enable and encourage these sexual anorexics, these sexual bulimics to cut off their healthy genitals, cut off their healthy breasts, take dangerous hormones of the kind that give people cancer, become addicted to pharmaceutical interventions for their whole lives. Because the same people who want organic food served in public schools want the same kids to be on artificial hormones, their entire lives to accommodate some mental illusion, which was planted in their heads, the liberals want to spread gender dysphoria among kids. That's why they want drag queen story hour.

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"org" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"org" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

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"org" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"org" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"If you try to have an executive team for one or two practices, it's too much of an expense and a burden on those two practices. Unless those practices are doing 5 plus $1 million each, in which case, go for it. You're ready for that. But if you can get to a point where you're spreading these larger salaries amongst multiple locations, that's when it gets fun. And that's when you can really, really assemble a really, really cool C suite. I have my CFO right here. I have my COO right there. They're pretty awesome. While on rema, and they do a lot. A lot. I could comfortably probably. They don't want to hear this, but I could probably buy four more practices and it wouldn't add that much more stress. To my life, would add a lot of stress to theirs, but I think they could handle it. You ready? Okay, let's do it. Okay, so let's revisit doctor M this is, you guys, this is so fun. This is where things are getting really, really fun. So doctor M, this is the same person between 2017 and 2019. Now I'm going to show you guys side by side what she's been able to accomplish. But now she's up to 723 patients per year. More than double of what she was the first year or two years ago. Her net production now is $3.1 million. Her collections, $3.1 million. She's producing what she collects. Her total overhead, $1.4 million, her overhead has dropped now to 45%. She's a phase four practice. Black belt with two stripes.

"org" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"org" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Then providing analytics tools for the rest of the orc. They also do some ML in short for our data science team. I also have enterprise IT and there's a really small architecture team. And so across that, and then we have department operations. So with 450 people, we need to make sure we're operating quite well. So our PMO or again folks that help with all hands and all of that. So the main teams in there when it comes to engineering discipline is the product engineering team infrastructure architecture and data services. And so we have a chief architect, and that's the entirety of the architecture team. And then what we do is use a distributed model where as we break into squads and squads focus on areas of the product, there's a lead engineer in those squads and that lead engineer joins a community of architects. So they're not actually labeled architects. They do architecture work together. And so they will architect and document and design the work they're working on, bring it together with the community of lead engineers, help make decisions, sign off on those decisions, and then go from there. And so what we like about that model is that it provides people who may not have the most senior title at all times, be able to participate in that process. And so it gives our team lots of exposure and lots of growth and really keeps folks together. And then that way there's sort of not just like one anointed architect who's running around making all the decisions. It's also the people who are implementing the work that are responsible for that. And then on the product engineering side, we take the approach of mostly generalists. So our stack is common, we're not polyglot. I'm a huge believer in manual environments so that there's elasticity across teams. So people do specialize a little bit between the back end and the front end, but people do a lot of full stack work as well. The specialization starts to come in for the areas of the product that you've spent the most of time on. So you might be someone who's worked on reporting or list forms. And that's really where you stick around for a while, but if you need to help someone on campaign editing for whatever reason, it's all in the same stack. You can jump in quickly. It's just as easy to deploy as anything else you've been working on. It's easy to understand the code base. It all works the same, it's all written in the same language, all of those things. So the product engineering team is probably about two thirds of the org and it's a large team of generalists who do cross functional work in squats with design and product management and all of those teams. Then on the infrastructure side, we specialize much more heavily. So there's security team doing apps, pen testing, endpoint security, all of that. And they are pretty specialized on security. And then same thing, you know, sort of all the way down the stack, right? So we have folks who go to data centers and work on that and manage the data center infrastructure, do system administration, manage our puppet configs, all of those things. And they are really specialized within their areas, including email delivery as part of our infrastructure team. So on that side, we've got a lot of specialization. And then when the data services, it's sort of like an infrastructure team from that standpoint, lots of specialization around that. So that's generally how we're structured, then you could sort of break the product apart. And in the swaths of what the product does and that's how we squad up around what teams are working on, and then from a management philosophy, starting at the highest level, we have an engineering mission statement that is we give marketers production ready software designed to help them grow and we succeed through togetherness momentum and pragmatism. So the four words that really pop out of that are production ready togetherness momentum and pragmatism. And that's really the core of how everything is run, our engineering levels reflect those four terms. So if you're looking to move from a senior engineer to a staff engineer, you're generally examined across those things as well as what we call focus areas, which are things like industry impact like public speaking or team mentorship. But that's sort of like a choose your own adventure so you don't have to do public speaking, but you have to do something that makes that makes the team or the environment better. So that's our general philosophy. We also really believe heavily that individual contributors are leaders just like managers are leaders. And so the leadership tracks that go up across each of those roles. Stay in parallel and we are really cautious about and really invested in because it shouldn't be the case that to make more money or get more autonomy or authority or mastery in your craft that you have to go into the management route, people who really want to manage and want to make sure that they are taking care of the business and employees together really should go into management and folks who don't really want to do that and want to specialize in continue to lead and mentor and help grow engineers, but focus on hands on keyboard coding and really honing that craft should stay the IC wrote and still make great money and have great careers. So that's at a high level, again, happy to.

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"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

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"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"No that riffraff is happening so that your kid understands what corner to avoid what back alley not to hang out in if you start seeing some of his friends hanging out on the rocks. They're usually up to no good one thing. I've learned in teaching with the kids. I work with downtime. Leads to bad time yup so keeping them active but not letting them hang too much is really important. Yeah yeah yeah. It'll be a kid on the talk hands. He'll be that kid. Keep the girl cute boy not talking on the rock. Sounds really good all right. I told you i want to take. I've already kept him much longer than i anticipated. You gotta get to work all good. Superfund things right on. I appreciate it and by the way there's that there's one redhead long words to she placed in the last of it. She's really sweet. There's the longboard scene is cool. You're name or anything you know what i mean. Leave your old dude named liam murphy. She's a sophomore at so cal. She rips and Yeah i mean. I think there's some cool camaraderie to the longboard. Yeah thing and i think people to people you know some of the hotshot short board kids they really kind of dog on the log and talk on the log on the log and i you know not not that i want to challenge anyone in public but the reality is as long mornings hard and to do it. Stylish is really difficult. And i think it's an under appreciated crafts really being able the dance on your board and stan stay in the sweet spots and make it look pretty i do too. I think what What's the word. What's deceiving is that when you learn to surf because you can catch ways and it's easier to pop up you've got twenty two and a half twenty-three wide board get up and it's stable. It's forgiving yes so then you automatically assume that's just aboard for beginners like skin don collins got into to joel tudor beef and tutors out there too. But he said like what baffles me still on a beginner border something. Which is that total. You know potato chip and both are kickoff surfers but to your point when i decided to. I don't longboard as much as i should. But i go to capitola for many many years. I surf there. When i sat on going leashless holding onto my board. My goal is to hang onto my board and surface conservatively. And just try to get in the curl and just stand there like just try to get optimal trim and make the section. You know that alone and it's so damn rewarding notices it and you're not throwing any spray not doing whatever but it is so rewarding totally frigging find. You're like why am i doing anything i mean. I know personally. When i'm feeling frustrated about crowds and my bottom turn and i blew that section. Just one day long boarding. It's somehow takes away all that pressure of progression and it goes back to that. What you just said a minute ago holding trim and man. What a feeling that is. And that's why we all serve and to do that every now and then to remind yourself can kind of bring you back to that reality of like. I don't serve to be the best. I served to trim like. That's the feeling i want. And yeah the longboard. It's the it's the best tool cool building block for your kids development. I think just to just to be alone and just be a surfer. Like if it's pumping did go get a ferrari and go shred it right..

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"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"Surfing is the fact that you can walk in and actually talked to a guy and have a conversation and check in on them. And how's it going and then build relationship with so many products right we just show up and buy it off the shelf or go to a dealer and they schmooze you over. And who knows what they really But sir ford craff. Making i would say is You know people are in that industry. because they're passionate about it because it is a really tough way to make money is are small. God you guys got to raise your prices. Have in general at large shapers have to raise their prices. Anyone involved the serpent industry. You know like buying locals really cliche to say but i guess what i meant to say was. It was more practical in the end to work with a local shaper then to rifle through three or four different models off the rack or on craigslist until. I finally found some then. I'm pretty sure it works for me. Yeah uncirculated my boy. Play soccer soccer as well and and it's actually in a baseball camp joel allegra harbor high and we need some cleats and so it's so easy to go on amazon and get on amazon. The clinton the cleats arrive the next day. They don't fit your shit that things saturday. it's thursday we don't play it again. Sports used rack all this plastic and stuff that would tried so many different founding exact product that he needed customer service was outstanding kick ass. Nike cleats costs. Like fifteen bucks and joe is going to grow out of them or dana. Know a and so. It's very practical shop local as well to one hundred percents especially with the supply chain crunch that we have right now. Two that is real. I drove by oakland working up in richmond. I could not believe you hear about supply chain supply chain. I can't believe the containers that are stacked on top of each other shoved in rail yards right and just this morning on. Npr right like the government's working with all these shipping yards and big the big ones amazon walmart to go twenty four seven ups because they need to get the supply chain back. And yeah it's real real real so by local local exactly all right. Tell me about your surface street so you grew up. You're born and campbell born in born in camel. San jose area parents to live in the same house. Did all my schooling there. My parents were great beach people so we were over here all the time..

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"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"Yeah so. The nonprofit is up and running again. Yeah mountains called again yeah. It's called mountains to see and we are nonprofit that You know. I've been best way to describe. It is us uses outdoor adventure to empower youth to find their best selves are kinda motto is compassion for yourself compassion for others and compassion for the environment. And that really comes from. Like i said those backpacking program. I started at a school. Was i just found the all. These youth are so distracted by trauma and their lives that they get in the classroom and they can't learn and found that when you took him outside and removed from that box of a classroom that they already weren't successful in and then challenged them took them out of their comfort zone made him carry their gear. Four days make their own meals work with each other to solve minor problems within the group. They really grew and found the self confidence which then allowed them to go back to the classroom and kind of change their perspective on who they were which was a student who is struggling with major troubles in their life to like. Whoa i actually can do some stuff. I have a new perspective. A house himself confidence. You know maybe. I'll give learning a try right and and so. Yeah so then. I left the classroom. Because i was super passionate about like i just wanna work with youth outside and I think that the twelve years that i worked with the county office really trained me in kind of you know how to deal with youth with trauma and support them and with resources but not only that but just building relationship and trust and and then i just use adventures the catalyst whether it's you know we're at the rock climbing gym last week which we then go out and do a real rock climb sailing the week before alcorn slew for hiking and hurting and we all of these things really are the catalysts to their self growth. Are you the founder of this. I am yeah. My wife and i yeah standing so mountains to the sea mountains to see mountains to see thank you you have. A website amounts to see dot org and then our instagram is at mountains to see s. See for santa cruz. And it's kind of abbreviated but yeah you guys. Can google will pop up. If a listener wanted to donate donate to mountains to see absolutely just go to the oregon. There's a donate button like any kind of standing. What's the demographic age wise these kids. Yeah fifteen to nineteen. I've really our sweet spot. And i really liked the seventeen eighteen nineteen year old kids because a lot of our curriculum is based on where you're going and what your path and let's make a plan and those kids entering young adulthood who we can all relate. Yeah we nobody knew who they were eighteen. Nineteen and so we really like those. That are leaving high school and entering the real world and know that like here comes and we want to help support you get to that is that is it based in santa cruz county primarily based santa cruz county..

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"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"Ryan lynch is the man he just had a raffle and raffled off six eight egg. He raises money for charities. Cool charities of course the name of the specific charity raise money for his escape right now so forgive me ryan better podcast or would look that up before recording. But you know. I'm not a better podcast. This is the most half ass. Podcast that you're gonna find in the surf community so sit back. Relax and enjoy and to brian king by the way and thank you very serve till nine pretty fun. This morning. it was really fun. I went out to the hook at sunrise. Time was like four foot and dropping of any swell the last couple of days but yeah i actually had some some decent ones wobbly and there's some size and simplicity to yeah we were out last night at sundown and it was definitely like i bet the morning was killer. Where'd you go out. The hook lost forty minutes alight. I i still love the hook. I mean it's it's a running reeling. Awesome right yeah. It reminds me of shipwrecks by researching It's it's really sexually. But that kinda works in your favor to if you know where to take right from takeoffs and notes i mean when it's on it's on the hook israel volume again which which helped me pretty good softer all right. So we're talking to brian. King and brian king your jack-of-all-trades inside and outside of the surf industry through none. I heard that. That's that's my my personal credo. So i met you you. Work with ryan lynch at timber surf cone factor at the timber shop right now. We're we're sitting. we're in fact. Our stuff is a recording equipment. Which is my iphone is on looks. Be a sizeable sub. It's actually this one. Looks like not as long. Just this is a nine to actually pretty. Oh it has oregon ducks logo on it. Yeah i think the customer was. You've oh with ryan for a while. Yeah that's disappointing. Otherwise it's a pretty bored leash plugs on both sides. Our some webbing to put fishing gear jacket or something to horse. Yeah that's pretty bored anyway. I've talked ad nauseam about timber surf cone. And they're in ryan's ethos and what they're about. But so i've met you in the shop as well and i just found you and engaging guy i've learned something about your boy which i want to touch on twos and outstanding surfer here in santa cruz. What do you do with ryan right now. So right now. I'm really just a shop schlep if you will like..

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"org" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"It's a bit of a mystery to me. I think the government is doing. Its best would continue to advocate for them to do their best. Even faster i think given the reliability the comprehensiveness of the data. We still think it's the best there is well. It also depends probably on the agency. I mean noah is you know they have to track the weather every day absolutely but the other i would think is frankly the federal government first of all the states may have more current data but also the federal government is notorious for having an outdated. It system so. I wonder if that's not part of it too. But who knows that would be good for your list of recommendations right going forward. What surprised you the most. Yeah i mean. I think i had a similar reaction to you about emissions twenty twenty that that given why felt in my life knowing no one who was traveling music cars and everything i would have thought Go down more than eleven percents. I think i was surprised by that. In terms of code related thing. I think another fact that just continues to surprise me in this report that a lot of people know is how much land the federal government owns that they own a twenty seven percent of all land. That's just a fun. Fact that i don't think a lot of people grapple with interactive daily. Lives unless you live alaska or one of the western states from own a lot of land. But that's just one always surprises me. What does that number twenty one percent when he's seven presents. Wow so that's over. A fifth of a fourth of all the land in the continental is that contents of us including alaska and hawaii. A lot of it is in alaska. That's amazing though that really is that's probably national parks and stuff like that and that goes to the argument around the oil producers want to drill on federal land. Because i guess there's so much of it that's really interesting. Thank you for pointing that out. What's the toughest data to collect in. Won't you know there's a lot of data. That's that's very tough to collect. I think some of the data that is that is hard you mention his putting together. Data.

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"org" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"org" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Sleep is a nightly. it's sound machine and it's also a time to rise device. And what does that mean in. My house is even my eight year. Old knows that until the late turns green in the morning or purple or yellow. Wherever you have it sent you that day he does not get out of bed and he has been trained like any good child is that that those are the rules and knock it out of that. Same thing happens for nighttime when he hears the music and sees the late imam no sandy already bet to learn more about hatch in other startups using ai. And to grow their companies visit alexis startups dot com. There's no dominant player and me intend to beat that. Multibillion dollar company that helps generation get good Welcome back. it's todd bishop with john. Cook and our guests. This week is haughty tovia. He is a tech entrepreneur and investor and the ceo of the national computer science education nonprofit code dot org which is based right here in seattle. Hoti you were at this white house meeting and as we said you had some very specific comments for president biden and it was really striking you called the cybersecurity problem and education problem. Why is that the case when the president called on me he i asked about this security workforce at and that was. That's the start of the role of education in cyprus. Early just as we have an army or navy we need a cyber defence. Workforce you whether you call it a cyber army or not. The work of cybersecurity requires people and we are way understaffed. either at the government level or at the corporate level does not enough people doing this. But that's actually the smaller problem. Educating our future cyber defenses is the smaller problem the bigger issue is that the weakest link in our nation's defenses is.

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"org" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Other kind of breakout incident. Command management is geographic focus teams but You can have functional teams within geography and there's a whole kind of thing which basically means you can move these teams. That are all working together on the same thing within a map kind of area so to speak so applicable of the private sector right. You could have divisions that europe division north american division. That's geographic just like and it's an commanded what you could add vision one visionary division north division south that kind of thing and then have teams within those so functional team. You know the key link is who does what together based on function. And i'll give some examples here in a second so when you think about your organization you're gonna put together quickly or if you have time because it's a planned event or project where you have time. How are you going to group these together in similar themes too that they work together how they usually work together right because sometimes you have to make a totally different or were these. You know certain. Specialties haven't worked together. But often i've found particularly in. It healthcare those kind of you know folks typically work together even if they're not you know all clinical or technical or finance or something so you can have kind of these functional teams together where the resources crossover are kind of like. I just mentioned so. Where should there be crossed over. Where's the good connecting points that they worked together and you know a good example is if you're doing software development and maintenance and use the system development life cycle how throughout each of those phases. Do resources work together where it is one hand off to the other You know when you're designing something you know who does that. And then when your Getting ready to test it. Who puts that together and when you review in that and then you put it in production and all these kind of things. Just think about that so that you can set your org up and it can be dynamic right the org chart once you make. It isn't carved in stone just like there's objectives we've talked about right. We wanted to be really good upfront. But if something changes critical than change them so your org chart for sure but try and set it up as much as you. Can you know to work. And then who can make decisions. What's what's the decision making level. What's that line of decision making That we need to go to and along with that is escalation path. Right who escalates to for what issues and for what are the triggers. They're like a we have to spend this amount of money. Okay that requires an authorization. I need to go to this person. More that affects this number of people. So when we know that we're going to escalate those kind of things so these are all kind of the the the nuance. But maybe what you could set triggers guides right for folks when they make org charts. If you're leading the projects office project manager office or your new leading the planning section or the incident commander think about the guidance. You wanna give to your team as they're gonna make organizations to meet those objectives to fall under leaders ten so let's get into some examples right. I.

"org" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

Your Presidential Playlist

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

"Do you want to keep scaring me. You can keep going. Here's the good news right. So i'll do the good news and then we got. The good news is that we're seeing in several states You know legislature is bringing forward bills that are also expanding access to the ballot. Box right And when i say expanding i really mean protecting it for all And so like in new york for instance. We're seeing pro voter bills being passed. That's the good news so we should always look for the good news uplift. The good news people are in our elections. You know in two thousand sixteen. We had really record low turnout so on twenty twenty to have a record high turnout the highest one hundred years. That means that you know things are going in the right direction. We know that when young people vote in their first time voters that if we get them back. The next election cycle were lucky We're likely to have lifelong voters on our hands as that's exciting. That means that engagement from the next generation is there. They do think people are paying more attention to elections now than ever before. And i think that the american people aren't really going to you know sit around and be satisfied with slowly losing access to to their vote and being separated from their vote. So i think those are some of the positive things. Yeah i think so too by the way thank you for bringing me back from the edge. I think i read analysis. That i think is sort of interesting about georgia like the fact that all eyes were on georgia coding and georgia this year organization dot org done a lot of work to help people get access to the to the polls stay online and a lot of those tactics that we had used now been outlawed in georgia by the legislature. But i've seen an analysis that actually there is a prediction that it's not gonna the impact of the law is actually gonna only keep like one hundred people way from being able to vote but the emotional impact on voters of the fact that someone was trying to keep them from voting like keep them out is actually going to keep engagement really high so it could end up backfiring. Basically the i think so. I mean in georgia specifically. It's a really excellent point in georgia specifically only fourteen percent of people in georgia approve of the voting rollbacks. That's astoundingly popular. I've never seen people push for such you know. State legislatures push for such unpopular laws. So i think you're totally right. I mean people you know. On both sides. I don't like these actions and it may backfire and cause increased turnout increased determination when you know. Somebody's trying to take something from you. Know about you but it makes me show up even harder every day. Yeah for sure. Okay so now we will get to my light fluffy topic. It's actually not so light and fluffy is that vote dot org you and vote dot org ran a great social influence campaign this year around voting..

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"org" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Welcome back to another episode of a deysi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go klay and the voices. I am seeking may have never been heard before but their stories deserve to be told. What is they see woman. She's a dynamic fearless and strong woman. She is your mother your grandmother your daughter your sister. She is every one of us who is on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am sonia. Go klay. And i am a deysi woman. Hello and welcome to another edition of a dc woman. Podcast i am your host so nigga quite and today we are so excited to welcome chevy chatterjee of sakhi dot org. She'll be chatterjee received a degree and legal studies at the university of delhi and started her career as a farmer in tribal rights. Activists advocate shelby has worked extensively with survivors of gender based violence and worked as a domestic violence program advocate at the police precinct in queens new york city which gave her the unique opportunity to work closely with law enforcement in a current position as anti-violence program manager at sucky dot org she'll be continues to work with survivors of gender based violence. She'll be was awarded. The two thousand nineteen advocate of new york city award and received a citation from the new york state assembly for her work on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. Show be welcome to the show. Hi sonya thank you for having me. We are very excited to have you. And i did want to start out with a question. Pertaining to the fact that stocky dot org is one of oldest organization of its kind. And i want to know. How did you get involved. And what motivates you on a day to day basis in this incredibly critical wolf So i had been working with survivors of gender based violence in students and nine. And i knew that sake. The leader in the field and i was working directly with sake. What's the key was one of the critical partners so when time so presented i joined sucky team and it was three years ago and since then it has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life and it is so because it is an amazing team be. It is an amazing team of some really committed people and we bring in our stories and understanding of gender based violence so this whole journey of growing very very important to me and says i get to do that at five here gift to expedience at. Its second that. I value my time here. So much. More ward motivates. Me is the fact that the could heroes right like when a caller is calling the health line there is starting to movement and just the fact that i'm a part of that movement. I'm able to witness. Smoking affects a very very special enforcement. Feeding i said this cold of my answer each time a woman stands for hersal without knowing it brasa believe without claiming it. She stands up for all of them. And this is what i see every day like a caller who most most hardly she is a survivor and timo petrie accurate. She was serious to believe a certain way. There were few things that she thought was novel. Right and wonderful was widely just is how women are supposed to be. This is how they're treated in your family's in around them so forth for a person who was raised to believe this vanity wanted the side and tell them and they're going to pick up the phone and they're going to call our helpline or call one and they will bring that change for themselves and their children and people around i can. That's a very powerful moment. So the fact that i get to see that add the fact that they decide to boost the status quo and stand up for themselves added. This is amazing and that is what we should all celebrate. That is what i celebrate to silently. And that is what motivates me to do this work which is not always easy but as always fulfilling while that is such a beautiful point. You're right because look. I just did a podcast with dr. Who shot milona and it was based on an epidemic authored regarding in josh 'rational trauma within the immigrant community are data and domestic violence featured prominently intimate partner violence. And so you bring up a great point that the fact you recognize that while that's really heartening like that person reaching out to you that is a very revolutionary step in their development. It does not come easy and back. it's often generational. They may have seen this around them. Like you said with our culture and so the fact that they are being embraced by somebody like yourself or your colleagues that that really speaks volumes. Because you care and you know it you recognize where they're coming from at deeply empowering move probably lifesaving because we don't often talk about the fact that you know i mean there's so much physical risk and risk to self that you face until you're able to make that brave step so that that thank you for sharing that i can see how if you your job from that perspective the life The worker doing is so incredibly important. And i want to ask you this. What is it. There's so much on your website. And i'm going to have a link to it in the episode notes. But is there anything. That's not covered. You want people to know about the organization and its resources and maybe you guys spoke to you in a bit but the team that you work with. I'd imagine that you are all equally. Impassioned about what you're doing and what you're trying to achieve our website definitely lists all bout wrote that be tool all in house departments that we have which includes our economic empowerment program are in parliament program mental health counseling food justice program housing program to the resources and the legal partners that we can connect survivor with to tell you to shoot key so much more than that. I'm in is the philosophy. That was what. I have learned since time here that we are more than what we can offer re basically the most important thing that clients the in us and the reason that dicken back to us even actor ears descent people like if they if somebody who needs sake support in the community the deduct them to us because he believes in giving those survivors space of healing and to just stop the journey that living the dignity is not a luxury it is something that all of us should have. It is a basic human right. I think he believes in it. And that is what we try. Our clients our survivors to see two and the friction that is built in the relationship that is built in during the process that does enormous. And you cannot do this. Maybe is lot of tangible thing but we see it and we feel how much our clients valued at because the.

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"org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Org fifty degrees mostly cloudy right now in Central Park it's going to be pretty rainy today high near fifty seven ranger tonight to look about thirty eight degrees we could see some snow flakes here and there but little to no accumulation is expected tomorrow it's gonna be partly sunny high near fifteen winding us up to thirty miles an hour stay tuned this is WNYC at eight twenty support for NPR comes from member stations and from serve pro committed to observing the highest cleaning and sanitation standards available to help twenty four seven serve pro prep dot com slash NPR franchises are independently owned and operated the John D. and Catherine T. macarthur foundation supporting creative people and effective institutions committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world more information is it mac found dot org and the Alfred P. Sloan foundation bridging science and the arts by supporting documentaries such as Mr tornadoes about meteorologist Ted Fujita premieres may nineteenth on PBS Sloan dot org it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Noel king and David Greene the corona virus pandemic has had a disproportionately large.

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"org" Discussed on Real Life Superpowers

Real Life Superpowers

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"org" Discussed on Real Life Superpowers

"I have to ask you as someone in this landscape. How do you explain this shift? How come people have become? So aware of their surroundings I mean people say millennials are so selfish and it sounds like that's very wrong. She issue that first of all the voices in your head plenty of people plenty of other people have those voices in their heads and the skeptical and Salon but there's a huge shift in the past two years I think a lot of it obviously, the new generation social media, a lot of connected to the media. TV. Movements in the past couple of years he to. We've seen movements, women, apartment. We see movements global global warming and there's a lot of things happening. In this kind of what they're growing ancient, he's just kind of what they're educated. You take courses in college which you related to our, which is four percents responsibility or or doing good. In, this is what you know. This is the new generation growing into and I think that as we as the years go by, you're gonNA see more and more and more and more of it because this is what's around the all the time now argue with both you I I think there's A. Reason I think it has to do with Mesler slow. I think that people are not trying to survive anymore that like the idea is people were looking for a job to get paid to get access to really good things and right now getting access with a mobile phone that costs eight hundred dollars and and living and and getting enough money is a lot easier than it was in efficiency is a lot better than was, and now there's they the khaki. Style style companies are have not differentiation. There's so many different places to work at no one really good. If you're like on the tech scene, you're not going to be out of job you may have to have lesser stuff like that but they can actually ask the job am I gonNa Learn am I going to be challenged and you just things which is high priority already because everybody pays them around the They're going to do about the same thing and you have enough reach and information on the Internet. And that's good for you the business site but like I feel that it's that social. FACEBOOK and everything doesn't help. Much So it's like more of a privilege. Yeah they're not like know various probably all of ours they had to go to work. You know, okay you can freelance new dot com he do outsource the live rounded, and now the mortgage somewhere what what am I gonNA learn how to give back to the environment? What do you think of that? So. My question to you do you think privilege or just the priorities change I the same thing because if they don't have anything each, you can think about your priorities, right? If you have children in, you're in a bad spot or by if you're a I in a good space and you have confidence, you're cherry picking Laura swimming that we're talking about the same. The same demographic dot was ten fifteen years ago we're not talking about the people that need to eat they. Still need to eat today and I'm sure they care about the money and it still didn't under one reason, right? Don't get me wrong money is still the number one reason in the US benefits as well. insurance on But I think that priorities also change with the new generation for us. This wasn't a thing just like go will work on all your thing on this don't work right and still make my still understanding defer still understand that money as. Evolves Changes things but. I think the priorities change I think that you know in the past these were dot was may be priority, number eight or ten, and now this is number three four. So how come why it's because a lot of because of this generation distribution is exposed to things that we weren't too like in my I. Don't you know in my when I was younger when you volunteering from each like was like you do it once a year maybe and you go paint the wall that's what I know volunteer right but it's not it's not there's a lot of other just a lot of different things you can do and benefit community you can send with kids helping three right but can I challenge you? If you're in debt or if you if you, you don't know what you're going to ends meet with said, would you asking interview bravely? Can I get this job like? What you've like, what are we volunteer in? You know what? I mean. Something that that that that you really need the job, it sounds to me like something that is kind of You know Nice to have. You know what I mean. It's not a must. Yeah, and again like I mentioned I, don't I don't think it's the first priority. I don't think that if you're the salary that you are offered is really good in the benefits of insurance was really good and then they told you know we don't do any community you're gonNA say no fully. I think again I. Think it's IT IS I. Don't think it's it's it's coming from provability just think that it's a different priority list. We ought. We were younger and I think obviously again money if you don't have anything to eat obviously you've gotTA survive you're still people surviving I don't think they asked him about Hong Tier right right now but we're talking about the other the other side, the company's that's really I understand the the the the idea because that's amazing when they d- what you did. Is Amazing, you actually gave so many options to differentiate socially so that all those in might be privileged you say is the most they have re I really good pitch to say they do all these activities and great ideas for HR reasons. It's amazing and so I have a question what kind of activities you see that are the most popular we have the traditional volunteering is going about composting and and about recycling popular soup kitchen is popular now that the holidays is coming along drives our popular wrapping for kids in Toy drives for kids. Now that the winter is coming we have it coat drive as well that you know. You donate coats and things like that We also see popular things like. We have a cocktail making class, which is popular, which is that both we have a music archive which you go into New York music archives. So yet receipt, we see a mix again, tradition jarring is always the number of the popular thing because you feel a lot more impact than than. The just stronger at that point that you interact with the non profit and you use your hands and do things. But yet, but we have yet there's two. Different things are really popular, and then how did you reach the? Founding visit dot Org because you must have tapped into this This state of mind of this generation you must have identified that and realize that you can connect the dots between their need of doing something bigger than themselves and companies. Needs for. Define it because I'm taking it to HR reasons now. Okay. Let's let's call it. needs to do good as well. Okay. Like people, WanNa do good. There's the companies that want to do good and there's the people the employees and you figure that you could provide a solution.

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