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Kudos to The Supreme Court - #GetRidofJohnCornyn This episode we talk about the great news coming from the Supreme Court and then give boos and hisses to Congress for their infringement on our 2A rights. We are starting the movement of #GetRidofJohnCornynFountain Podcast AppFollow twitter @JeffDowdleFollow me on Truth Social - @JeffDowdleConvention of States ProjectPresearch search engine sign up.Brave BrowserFind our RepresentativeJoin me on Parler Social Media! me at jeff@livetoshoot.comFollow me on GettrFollow me on Telegramsubscribe to my newsletterCheck out our new apparelRumbleFollow me on MeWeFollow me on GabFollow me on ClouthubSupport the show
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Nicole Crispo - June 22, 2022 Quincy City Clerk Nicole Crispo provides details of the June 21st Board of License Commissioners meeting and also gives an update on this year's state election.
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Taking a look at the City's upcoming fiscal year budget At their most recent meeting, . This year's budget includes no significant operational changes and no increases to City taxes or commonly applied fees, but as Spartanburg continues to see record growth and economic development, staff projections account for a relatively modest four percent revenue growth. Meanwhile, increases this year include $1.5 million set aside for increases to City employee compensation, representing most of that projected revenue growth. The budget includes a three percent cost-of-living adjustment for all City staff, with an additional 2 percent allocated for the City's Public Works department. In his presentation to Council, Story said the additional increase is needed to bring department salaries into alignment with the overall job market. Additionally, the budget includes mandatory increases to the state retirement and health care systems covering City employees. Why, at a time of historically unprecedented growth in Downtown Spartanburg, have City coffers not been filled more yet? In an increasingly competitive labor market that sees the City spending a larger percentage of its revenue on employee compensation than it has in the past, what steps are leaders taking to retain talent and ensure that your local government is up to the task of serving a growing, dynamic community? Today on the podcast, we've got City Manager Chris Story with us to help answer those questions and provide an overview of how this year's budget seeks to address those challenges.
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Andrew Roberts, Cyber Security Specialist at TalTech – Tallinn University of Technology
Siim Kumpas, Policy Officer at the East StratCom Task Force, European External Action Service
Lieutenant Colonel Dr Soenke Niedringhaus, NATO StratCom Centre of Excellence
Markus Holmgren, Research Fellow at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs – FIIA
Dr Adrian Venables, Senior Researcher at the Centre for Digital Forensics and Cyber Security, TalTech – Tallinn University of Technology

Dominika Jantas, Information Security Analysist at Eurofins
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The “Potato Facts” Edition This week, Alan, Quinta, and Scott flew solo to discuss the week's big national security news, including: “Just Dropped in to See What Condition This Extradition is In.” The U.K. government has signed off on the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, putting him one step closer to trial in the United States. Are claims that his extradition threatens press freedoms fact or hyperbole? And what do we expect the Biden administration to do if it happens?“Teach Xi How to Dougie.” A recently revealed internal report has revealed that, despite corporate commitments to Congress, substantial customer data held by the company TikTok can still be accessed by personnel at its Chinese parent company. Does the Biden administration need to revisit its position towards the app? Or China’s technology sector more generally?“Not the Droid We’re Looking For.” An engineer was suspended last week for going public with his belief that Google’s LaMDA artificial intelligence program had achieved sentience. Is this a possibility worth taking seriously? What role should the possibility (or potential appearance) of sentience play in AI policy, if any? For object lessons, Alan endorsed Viet Thanh Nguyen's literature/spy thriller mash-up "The Sympathizer." Quinta shared her favorite John Eastman quote—“I’ve decided that I should be on the pardon list, if that is still in the works”—and dared listeners to find a New Yorker cartoon where it wouldn't work as a caption. And Scott urged listeners to check out their local arboretum or botanical garden, and gave a special acknowledgement to the late William Gotelli, the "man who loved conifers" and donated his massive, continent-spanning collection to the National Arboretum, where they are now Scott's favorite section.Here are a few other articles the RatSec crew mentioned in the course of the episode:Gabe Rottman's Lawfare piece, "The Assange Indictment Seeks to Punish Pure Publication"Justin Sherman's Lawfare piece unpacking how TikTok intersects with U.S. national securityThe YouTube series "Two Minute Papers," which features advances in AIEzra Klein's discussion of AI ethics with Ted Chiang See for privacy and opt-out information.
Ex-Trump border chief: By end of Biden’s term, ‘US will encounter about 8-10M illegal aliens,’ most released or gotten away Mark Morgan, Former Customs and Border Patrol Commissioner under President Trump, sounds the alarm on Biden’s open border policy, saying that the people who are benefiting most from the policy are the “transnational criminal organizations” like the cartels and human smugglers. The former border chief comments that not even including the drugs, but “just in smuggling alone,” the Border Patrol will encounter by the end of Biden’s first term, “about 8-10 million illegal aliens,” with the “majority have been released or gotten way.”See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
SCOTUS 2A ruling: The toughest concealed carry permit states will have to change their laws, says legal scholar Mark Smith, Senior Fellow of Law and Public Policy and a presidential scholar at the King's College in New York City, said that the six toughest states on concealed carry permits will have to change their laws to follow the Supreme Court's latest ruling on the 2nd Amendment, which acknowledges Americans' right to "bear arms," meaning, "the right to carry them outside of the home, in public, in anticipation of a confrontation with a criminal or other person that threatens your life or the life of your friends or family."See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Sen. Johnson on J6 panel claims: Dems ‘can't defend distatorous’ policies, so try to ‘destroy their political opponents’ Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) discusses the January 6th committee's allegations against him and the problems of a one-sided committee carrying out hearings with a “one-sided media” is that they “falsely attack” then allow the lie to “travel multiple times around the world,” making it “hard to repair your reputation." The Wisconsin Senator comments that the Democrats "can't defend the disastrous results of their policy, ”like “open borders, record high gas prices in 40 year, high inflation,” so "all they can do is smear and engaged in the politics of personal destruction,” to "try and destroy their political opponents.” Commenting, "they're very practiced in doing it, they're very good at it.” Saying, the people who invent and spin the false stories "are the dangers to this democracy."See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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45 Days - The Fight For A Nation, with Emile Ghesson In this episode of the Defence Connect podcast, former Royal Marine Commando and filmmaker Emile Ghesson joins host Liam Garman to discuss his recent film 45 Days – The Fight For A Nation documenting the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict, as well as his last three months monitoring the conflict in Ukraine. The podcast begins with a reflection of Ghesson’s 12-year career as a Royal Marine, spanning service across the world including Afghanistan and Iraq before working as a high-profile body guard. The pair then discuss Ghesson’s turn toward documentary making, joining colleagues in Syria to document the fight against ISIS in 2017, Ukraine in 2019 and Azerbaijan-Armenia in 2020-2021. 45 Days - The Fight For A Nation analyses the recent Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict from a humanitarian perspective, while examining the history of intergenerational trauma in Armenia dating back to the Armenian genocide. However, when promoting the film in Hollywood –Russia’s began their invasion of Ukraine, prompting Ghesson to travel to Ukraine to document the day-to-day of life in Ukraine. Ghesson details his last three months in Ukraine, providing insight into the recent conflict direct from the front lines – including failures within Russian military strategy, irregular warfare behind enemy lines, the recent siege of Mariupol, and a discussion around the hotly debated Azov Regiment. To learn more about Ghesson, you can visit his page here or view his recent film 45 Days: The Fight For A Nation here. Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect Team
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Prime Minister's Questions - 22 June 2022 The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson MP, took questions from MPs in the House of Commons on 22 June 2022.

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Youth Involvement in Research & Community Programs Welcome to the eighth episode of The Refuge in which we discuss the importance of involving youth in research and community programs. This episode speaks to researchers, community organizations, and service providers - anyone concerned with the settlement and wellbeing of youth with refugee experience.Our guests for this episode include Fawziah Alkmaki - a PhD Candidate at Western University; Fawziah’s primary research interest is health and social inequalities in disadvantaged populations; Mahmoud Sayed - originally from Afghanistan, he came to Canada in 2015 and has been working with the Youth Outreach team at the YMCA Centre for Immigrant Programs for 5 years; and Abdul Alsaidan - Child and Youth Settlement Manager at the YMCA Centre for Immigrant Programs; raised in the Middle East, U.S., and Australia, Abdul believes that there is no “one size fits all” approach to successful newcomer youth programs.
Looking for Freedom from Fossil Fuels: Decarbonizing the European Union Russia’s unprovoked Ukraine invasion sent shockwaves across the world and shined a spotlight on the true costs of our global fossil fuel reliance, especially for the European Union (EU). The EU’s 27 members buy a quarter of their oil and more 40 percent of their gas from Russia, and EU households are facing high energy bills and accelerating impacts from the climate crisis. On this episode of Electrify This!, host Sara Baldwin speaks with energy policy experts at the Regulatory Assistance Project and Agora Energiewende to explore how the EU can end its reliance on Russian gas and oil, achieve its climate goals, and ensure its consumers benefit from the transition. Tune in to learn how consumers can lead the way through electrification combined with a clean grid that puts the EU on a path to a more prosperous, safe, and peaceful future.Guest Bios: Michaela Holl is a Senior Associate at the independent thinktank, Agora Energiewende, working to influence EU clean energy policies. Prior to this, she worked as a policy analyst at the European Commission, the EU s executive arm for 16 years on a broad range of EU legislation from tobacco regulation to renewables and energy efficiency. She also worked as assistant to a Member of the European Parliament. Michaela holds a Master degree in European Economics from the College of Europe in Bruges and a Diploma in International Business and Cultural Studies.  She is also a visiting lecturer at Technical University Munich’s School on governance and co-host of the bimonthly Watt Matters Podcast. Jan Rosenow is a Principal and Director of European Programmes at the Regulatory Assistance Project and has several board appointments including the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, the Coalition for Energy Savings and the Carbon Free Europe. Jan is also an Honorary Research Associate at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute and has been appointed Special Advisor to the House of Commons’ inquiry into decarbonizing heating.  He was named one of the world’s Top 25 energy influencers and co-hosts the Watt Matters podcast.  To Dig in Deeper, Check out these Must-Read Resources:Agora EnergiewendeRegulatory Assistance ProjectInternational Energy Agency Press Release, Energy saving actions by EU citizens could save enough oil to fill 120 super tankers and enough natural gas to heat 20 million homes (April 21, 2022)  International Energy Agency, A 10-Point Plan to Reduce the European Union’s Reliance on Russian Natural Gas (March 2022)Jan Rosenow and Michaela Holl, How Europe can rapidly reduce its gas dependency, Euractiv (February 25, 2022)  Watt Matters PodcastThe perfect fit: Shaping the Fit for 55 package to drive a climate-compatible heat pump market, RAP, Agora, CLASP, GBPN, and Crux (March 2022)
Environmental Justice Impacts of the Hydrogen Economy The hydrogen buzz is getting louder. Carbon-free hydrogen is part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s strategy to achieve President Biden’s net-zero by 2050 target, and the bipartisan infrastructure law earmarked $8 billion for regional clean hydrogen hubs. Meanwhile, natural gas and electric utilities in more than a dozen states are proposing hydrogen-blending for use in buildings and natural gas plants. In this episode, energy equity advocates discuss which of these hydrogen applications have the most potential and which are the most problematic. You’ll also hear how hydrogen could harm environmental justice and frontline communities, as well as more promising and equitable solutions.Guests: Abbe Ramanan, Project Manager at Clean Energy States Alliance and Clean Energy Group. Abbe specializes in equitable low-income solar policy, managing the Solar with Justice: Connecting States and Communities project, and leading the Hydrogen Information and Public Education project. She also supports the Resilient Power Project to provide solar and battery storage technologies to the communities that need it most. Abbe holds a master’s in energy policy from Tufts University, and a bachelor’s in international studies from American University.  Victor Davila, Community organizer and ACTION program manager at The Point Community Development Corporation. Victor has been a Bronx based community organizer for over 16 years and attended the University of Vermont. Victor is a co-founder of the environmental education skate group Eco Ryders and a member of the New York Renews organizing committee. Daniel Chu, Energy Planner for the New York City Environmental Justice Alliance. Daniel is an urban designer interested in civic involvement in the built environment design and preservation. He has experience working at NYC 2030 District focusing on building efficiency and heat pump retrofits in Brooklyn, and at Urban Design Forum reporting infrastructure maintenance and global zoning practices. He's held various positions with The New School, where he also received a Master of Science in Design and Urban Ecologies and a BA in Urban Studies. To Dig in Deeper, Check out these Must-Read Resources:·       Clean Energy Group·       The Point Community Development Corporation·       New York City Environmental Justice Alliance & Peak Coalition  ·       Assessing the Viability of Hydrogen Proposals: Considerations for State Utility Regulators And Policymakers | Energy Innovation·       Hydrogen Information and Public Education Project Page | Clean Energy Group·       5 Reasons to Be Concerned About Green Hydrogen | Clean Energy Group·       Hydrogen Heating & Cooking Would Cost Homeowners $100,000+ Extra Over 15 Years | Clean Technica·       Event: Verge Electrify (July 26-29, 2022)
Ep. #97 - Digital Revolution: A Bridge To Women’s Empowerment And Financial Inclusion The podcast explores the role of digitalization in women’s financial inclusion. Ms. Aditi Namdeo, Chief Partnerships Officer (CPO) of the Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH), India, shares the inspiration for and experience from an exclusive TechSprint initiative hosted by RBIH which focused on self-reliant women. She also explores some of the barriers and facilitators to women’s financial inclusion in India.Read their bios here.Read the transcript here.
Ep. 108: Play in Leadership with Kaitlyn Corse and Katrin Windsor We all know playing is fun and it helps pass the time, but did you know it also helps improve productivity in your workplace?
In today’s episode, Janice and Margaret, talk with Kaitlyn Corse and Katrin Windsor both certified coaches with a passion for bringing play into organizations. They share why play is important and how you can start to include play in your office.
Kaitlyn and Katrin challenge listeners to add more play to your day to day life.
You can read their full blog here.
We encourage listeners to check out a free resource that Kaitlyn and Katrin gave in their blog, 10 Easy Ways To Take a Five-Minute Play Break at Work.
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Canberra Times Thursday 23 June 2022 Selected articles from the Canberra Times of Thursday 23 June 2022
Canberra Times Friday 24 June 2022 Selected articles read from the Canberra Times on Friday 24 June 2022
Road Construction Novi's Director of Public Works Jeff Herczeg joins the show to explain the how's and why's of Road Construction in the City.
The Future of Public Safety in Novi Novi's new Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police, Erick Zinser, stops by to talk about his vision for the future of public safety in Novi.
America's Immigration Catch 22 (Ep. 58) Assessing a terribly broken system, Alex Nowrasteh of the libertarian-leaning Cato Institute details the conflicting dynamics and possible solutions to America's illegal immigration dilemma. To him, solving the problem of illegal immigration hinges on increasing legal immigration.
Judge Hazel on his Court Philosophy and changes to the Town Court Find out why Judge Hazel uses the word “customers” instead of “defendants” in this episode of This is Oro Valley discussing all things Oro Valley Town Court!
This is Oro Valley - Naranja Park Design Hello and welcome to This is Oro Valley, a Podcast where we explore the people and programs that make Oro Valley the vibrant community it is! – I’m town manager Mary Jacobs and today we’re speaking with Kristy Diaz-Trahan our Parks and Recreation Director and no stranger to the show, but also Don McGann, with McGann & Associates about our Naranja Park Project!
Balancing the Writer's Life with Lesa Cline-Ransome This week, we are joined by the incredible author of nonfiction books for children, Lesa Cline-Ransome! Lesa’s books have received numerous honors and awards including NAACP Awards, Kirkus Best Books, School Library Journal Best Book, and more. Follow Lesa on Twitter: Lesa on Instagram: up with Lesa here: the SCBWI Podcast: SCBWI on Instagram: SCBWI on Twitter: SCBWI on Tik Tok: SCBWI: the show
Is a record harvest on the cards? Ciarán Collins and Shay Phelan, both Tillage Specialists in Teagasc, joined Michael Hennessy on the latest Tillage Edge podcast to discuss how crops have developed over the season and to look forward to the harvest.   They both touched on the major features of the season and pointed to the generally low disease pressure this year and agree that, given where crops are at the moment, there is excellent yield potential in all crops. Shay also discussed oilseed rape desiccation from assessment to the products which can be used and he pointed out that careful assessment of the seed in pods is critical before desiccation can begin.  For more episodes and information from the Tillage Edge podcast go to: Produced on behalf of Teagasc by
New York officials slam Supreme Court gun law ruling After a jarring decision from the Supreme Court, the gun laws in New York will soon be changing. NY1’s Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and special guest, Bob Hardt, assess the situation and examine the initial reactions of the city and state’s elected officials. After that, the team breaks down the upcoming primary one last time. Can voter fatigue and low turnout lead to some surprises victories once the ballots are cast? Find out what potentially might happen. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the recent decision from the Supreme Court. Leave a message: 212-379-3440Email:
Pitching in on encampments Here are the relevant links for this episode:Cabinet shufflePremier announces Cabinet changesTaxi faresFuel price hikes could prompt increase to Edmonton taxi ratesPassport lineupsAlbertans are camping outside Canada Place as early as 1:30 a.m. to get a passportPolice stuff
News Release: Improving public safety in Edmonton: Joint news release

City council votes to create business plan for downtown Edmonton safety initiative
Police commission member recruitment underway
Encampment strategy
Edmonton looking into pilot for small, city-sanctioned homeless encampments
Surge in Edmonton's homeless camps likely this summer but staff don't recommend city-run encampment
City looking at different options to address increase in homelessness in Edmonton
Affordable housing
News Release: City exceeds affordable housing targets, lays out next steps for future investments

City of Edmonton exceeds affordable housing targets
Mansions tax
Edmonton councillor wants mansion tax, city studies progressive taxation
It's time for a Mansions Tax
Valley Line Southeast LRT
Valley Line Southeast LRT extension on track for summer opening, no date set: TransEd
April 2009: Edmonton's LRT now extends to South Campus

Speaking Municipally is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network: locally grown, community supported.This week we highlighted The Well Endowed Podcast from the Edmonton Community Foundation. Episode 125 scratches the surface of Edmonton's history with racism. We also talked about Park Power, your friendly, local utilities provider in Alberta. Offering Internet, Electricity, and Natural Gas with low rates, awesome service, and profit-sharing with local charities.Speaking Municipally is produced by Taproot Edmonton, a source of curiosity-driven original stories, curated newsletters on various topics, and locally focused podcasts, all in the service of informing Edmontonians about what is going on in their community. Sign up to get The Pulse, our weekday news briefing. It's free!★ Support this podcast ★
A move to legalize sports gambling State lawmakers are considering two bills that would legalize mobile sports gambling across the state. If the measures become law it would put North Carolina in line with nearly two dozen other states, and potentially generate a few billion dollars in annual revenue. Still, it remains unclear if a deal will be brokered in the final weeks of the legislative session.
Political uncertainties It was a busy week in Raleigh and on Capitol Hill. The NC General Assembly failed to advance a sports gambling measure, or some to any agreement on Medicaid expansion. Meanwhile the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a century-old gun law out of New York, as U.S. Senators approved a narrow set of gun reforms. Rob Schofield and Clark Riemer discuss in our weekly politics review.

Note: this segment was recorded prior to the SCOTUS ruling ending the constitutional right to abortion
Ep. 63 Securing Citizen Data The last few years have presented a “perfect” storm for malicious actors to tap into sensitive data.  It’s one thing to opt into something like Facebook and have them lose your data.  It is quite another when a state or federal organization has your data, and it is compromised.  No blame on the citizen in this case. That is why people who are employed by the state, local, and federal agencies take the concept of securing citizen data seriously. This sense of responsibility is evidenced in the interview between a technology leader from the State of Colorado and a technical expert from Rubrik. Today’s discussion ranges from best practices for securing data, zero trust in the cloud, realistic concerns, and the realities of a post-COVID world. One of the dominant parts of the conversation is the move to the cloud. Sterling Wilson from Rubrik details three aspects of a cloud transition that must be considered. First, which data will be moved to the cloud?  If the data is compromised and transferred to the cloud, you are merely moving a problem from one area to another.  It could be a ticking clock with malware waiting to launch. Secondly, many don’t realize that when an agency chooses a cloud service provider, there is no implied responsibility to back up that data.  To secure citizen data, technical leaders must realize that this concept must be addressed. Finally, will the cloud solution provide the same security that you have in your on-premises application? Access to this data was also presented in the discussion.  Yvette Florez mentions the Fast Identity Online Standard as a common approach that many governmental organizations can take advantage of when seeking to bolster their authentication process.
Why International Organizations Hate Politics with Dr. Lucile Maertens & Dr. Marieke Louis Marieke Louis and Lucile Maerten’s book, Why International Organizations Hate Politics: Depoliticizing the World, draws on the extensive literature on functionalism and the related topic of technocracy, on anti-politics and bureaucractic multilateralism, and the wider, crosssectional research on expertise, knowledge and technicization, to systematically analyse and shine new light on the less explored topic of depoliticization. 
Through current and historical case studies they examine behind the facades to reveal the common structures, mechanisms and logics of the depoliticization process at work and point to the unintended consequences and impacts on the very issues that IOs were created to address.
Their argument is carefully constructed and very nuanced and they invite us to consider their whole book and to question everyday practices that may, as they say, “backlash”.
Marieke Louis is Associate Professor in Political Science and International Relations at Sciences Po Grenoble, PACTE, University Grenoble Alpes. Lucile Maertens is Senior Lecturer in Political Science and International Relations at IEP / CRHIM, University of Lausanne.
• Finnemore, M. and Barnett, M.N. (2004) Rules for the world: international organizations 
in global politics. Cornell University Press.
• Hay, C. (2007) Why we hate politics (Vol. 5). Polity. 
• Hay, C. (2014) “Depoliticisation as Process, Governance as Practice: What Did the ‘First Wave’ Get Wrong and Do We Need a ‘Second Wave’ to Put it Right?,” Policy and Politics 42, no. 2. 293–311.
• Human Development Index. UNDP. 
• Keohane, R. O. (1978) “The Functional Theory of Politics. By David Mitrany. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1975. Pp. xxv 294),” American Political Science Review. Cambridge University Press, 72(2), pp. 805–806. doi: 10.2307/1954263.
• Littoz-Monnet, A. (2017) The politics of expertise in international organizations. London: Routledge.
• Mérand, F. (2021) The Political Commissioner: A European Ethnography. Oxford University Press.
• Müller, B. (ed.) (2013) The gloss of harmony: the politics of policy‐making in multilateral organisations. London. Pluto Press.
• Ruwet, C. (2012) “La RSE négociée: règles du jeu et contenus. Le cas d'ISO 26000,” Négociations 2, no. 18 (2012): 93–108.
• Steffek, J. (2021) International Organization as Technocratic Utopia. Oxford University Press. 
• Steffek J, Holthaus L. (2018) The social-democratic roots of global governance: Welfare internationalism from the 19th century to the United Nations. European Journal of International Relations. 24(1):106-129. doi:10.1177/1354066117703176.
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Speakers: Dr. Lucile Maertens & Dr. Marieke Louis
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Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva
Everybody's Talking. Nobody's Listening. Like the show? Support us on Patreon!Pierre Poilievre's "pay-as-you-go" approach to spending might work in the home, but not in the government. Inflation continues to rise, and while corporate greed might be one of the contributing factors, only government policy can be the solution. Santiago tries to convince Rodger that the Greens are relevant, but Rodger remains highly unconvinced.
Perspective: Volunteer for nature Just when our world's problems seem too big, Elizabeth Bach of the Nature Conservancy Illinois steps up to say there's something meaningful you can do close to home.
Perspective: My changing perspective on video games "Screen Time Puritan" Beth Schewe gets a parenting lesson in the Esports arena.
Perspective: Democracy's most important weapon is in your hands Lou Ness is angry and wants to see you at the polls.
Daniel Klein on Adam Smith's Justice Daniel Klein, professor of economics at George Mason University and expert on Adam Smith, talks to us about Smith’s definition of justice. There are three types of justice: commutative, distributive, and estimative. Today we break down the differences between each and their applications in government and private life.
Developing policies that align with the North's needs | Episode 55 In this episode, we speak to Lucy Jacques, Acting Head of Policy & Strategy, who is leading on the development of our second Strategic Transport Plan, and the policy positions that feed into the revised document.

She outlines the importance of the STP as part of our statutory responsibility and explains why we need to update the plan.

A lot of the evidence underpinning the original publication has evolved and there have been significant changes to the political, social and economic landscape.

With a growing focus on the levelling up agenda, now is the right time to look at the North’s ambitions and vision, and what we need to deliver on that ambition.

We also highlight two of our recently launched policy positions, focusing on how our role as One Voice for the North can support the further delivery of Active Travel and Multimodal Hubs.

Both are growing areas of transport policy and will play an important part in supporting the decarbonisation agenda.

You can share your thoughts on our podcasts by Tweeting and tagging us with @Transport4North!

The Transport for the North podcast is a forum to allow guests to express their personal opinions about the North, and do not necessarily reflect the official position of TfN.
June 23, 2022 What will happen to ACA subsidies? The gun bill is up today. 30 House Democrats press their leadership for police funding. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
June 24, 2022 The Senate cleared the gun bill. House is up next. The internal politics of the gun bill. What's new on Chips. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
West Point Grad Bombs Military History Quiz On today's show we've got 5 rounds in the magazine ...

Round 1: Update the safety brief: a man contracted a new antibiotic-resistant 'super gonorrhea' strain after having sex on an international trip

Round 2: 23-year-old Kate is at a bar down the shore and Bob Lemmons walks in. What do you do?

Round 3: 10th Mountain Commander Says Leaders Need to Leave Soldiers Alone After Hours

Round 4: In maybe the most smoke-pit inspired conversation of all time, we’re gonna talk about how Amazon wants your dead relatives to be able to speak to you. Is that an OPSEC issue?

Round 5: ZBT Jeopardy
No Excuse – June 17, 2022 No Excuse – June 17, 2022

But Moses asked God, “Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and that I should bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” He answered, “I will certainly be with you, and this will be the sign to you that I have sent you: when you bring the people out of Egypt, you will all worship God at this mountain.”
Exodus 3:11,12

Military Devotion – June 17, 2022
Devotion based on Exodus 3:11,12
See series: Military Devotions

The Lord God has a plan for each one of his people. His plan includes missions to carry out and responsibilities to fill. He does not have the exact same plan for everyone. When God issues marching orders, they correspond to the gifts he has given to the individual, and the work that he wants to accomplish through that person.
To the question, “Who am I?” the answer must be given: “A creation of the holy God, assigned to this place and time to carry out his work and bring glory to his name.”
Any other answer is presumptuous—and wrong. We are only kidding ourselves if we think we exist apart from the will of God and are on earth to do only what we choose. Sooner or later that illusion will fade like fog before the bright sun.
This doesn’t mean we don’t have choices. The Lord gives us a great degree of freedom. We might pick a career preference. We may choose to become married—or not.
What we cannot do is choose to ignore his orders. A summary of them is in the Ten Commandments. In addition, specific orders also come to specific people.
Moses was ordered to personally go to Pharaoh to announce that the Israelites would leave Egypt. Moses was assigned the task of being the leader of the exodus. His response was, “Who am I?” He was saying he was not equal to the task. He was offering an excuse.
God countered the excuse with the words: “I certainly will be with you.” He backed up the words of assurance by giving Moses a glimpse of the future. After the successful exodus, Moses would return to this very spot to worship his Lord and God. Moses had no excuse. Neither do we.
One of the greatest missions we can receive is to be a parent, and thus responsible for the protection, nurture, and development of someone’s early life. Both parents, whether their children are naturally born to them or adopted, are charged with the task of being faithful to their assignment. It is not an easy job. It is tempting to say, “Who am I?” and at times offer the excuse that this is beyond our ability. That excuse will not be accepted.
On Father’s Day we especially think of the grave responsibility that is assigned to fathers as head of the family. If our grandfathers thought it was difficult to carry out that assignment years ago, how mu
The Sun Waited – June 24, 2022 The Sun Waited – June 24, 2022

“Sun, stand still over Gibeon, and moon, over the Valley of Aijalon.”
And the sun stood still, and the moon stopped
until the nation took vengeance on its enemies.
Joshua 10:12,13

Military Devotion – June 24, 2022
Devotion based on Joshua 10:12,13
See series: Military Devotions

Those who expect the Word of God to contain only pious stories may be shocked to discover that it opens doors to reveal what is beyond human comprehension. It challenges the reader to admit that there is much one needs to learn.
Foolish is the person not willing to learn from his Creator. Our Bible passage allows us to consider something that transcends the boundaries of human science. Here we learn that at one time in history, the sun stood still—and so did the moon.
Five Amorite kings banded together to stop the Israelites from their conquest of the Promised Land. Following an all-night march, the Israelite army surprised the Amorites and began to push them back.
The Lord stepped in with large hailstones that pounded the enemy. When Joshua saw that survivors could escape when night fell, he called for God to take unprecedented action: “Stop the sun in its path so that we can finish the battle!”
The Sacred Record reads: “The sun stopped in the middle of the sky and delayed going down about a full day. There has never been a day like it before or since, a day when the Lord listened to a man” (Joshua 10:13,14).
The sun waited for God’s people to gain the victory.
How could this happen? Did the earth stop its rotation? Were the sun and moon made to synchronize with the world’s rotation and not move across the sky?
We don’t know. As citizens of the 21st century, how do we explain this?
The same way that God’s people of the Old Testament did. A prophet who lived long after this event declares: “LORD, I have heard of your fame; I stand in awe of your deeds, LORD. Sun and moon stood still in the heavens at the glint of your flying arrows, at the lightning of your flashing spear. In wrath you strode through the earth and in anger you threshed the nations” (Habakkuk 3:2,11,12).
This was the work of El Shaddai—God Almighty! It shows his power over all things and protection for his people. With him, nothing is impossible!
We hear the citizens of heaven proclaim the same truth: “Great and awe-inspiring are Your works, Lord God, the Almighty” (Revelation 15:3).
We can only stand in awe of the almighty God. We do so with respect and appreciation. It astounds us that he would use his power on behalf of those who sometimes doubt hi
"Reality is Relationship" - Rev. Mimi Walker Rev. Mimi Walker, senior pastor, preached on June 19, 2022. The Church at Ponce & Highland is a multiracial, pro-LGBTQ, economically diverse, member-led church in intown Atlanta. We value radical inclusivity, thoughtful spirituality, and caring community. To learn more, hit subscribe or visit
BREAKING: Senate Advances Gun Reform — What’s In It? In a 64 to 34 vote yesterday, the U.S. Senate advanced a bipartisan gun reform bill. Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team break down what's in the 80-page bill and the constitutionality of the bill's provisions, especially with regard to the Second Amendment. This and more today on Sekulow.
BREAKING: Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Law The Supreme Court just issued a 6-3 opinion in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association. v. Bruen. At issue is New York's "proper cause requirement" which forces applicants to prove "a special need for self protection distinguishable from that of the general community" in order "to obtain an unrestricted license to 'have and carry' a concealed 'pistol or revolver'." The opinion ruled that the requirement "violates the Fourteenth Amendment by preventing law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms in public for self-defense." Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team discuss and give their expert constitutional analysis of this significant Supreme Court opinion.
OVERTURNED: SCOTUS Decision on Roe v Wade OVERTURNED: The Supreme Court JUST ISSUED its official opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson, and in doing so, reversed the 1973 Roe decision. Roe v. Wade is over. Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team break down the Supreme Court's opinion and what happens next in the fight for life in the post-Roe era. All this and more on today's very special broadcast of Sekulow.
President Biden's Visit to Saudi Arabia: Implications and Opportunities Join the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations for a preview of United States President Joe Biden's upcoming visit to the Middle East, which will include a stop in Saudi Arabia. Specialists with decades of experience navigating day-to-day aspects of the U.S.-Saudi Arabia relationship discuss dynamics affecting the various parties ahead of the July trip. The program's featured specialists are former United States diplomats Ambassador (Ret.) Michael Gfoeller and David H. Rundell. Colonel (Ret.) Abbas K. Dahouk and Dr. John Duke Anthony joined them for the proceedings. Visit for more information.
The Future of the Water and Waste Water Industry | Careers You Never Heard About | Episode 23 In this episode, Dave talks with Jennifer Reynolds, the Staff Engineer at Tighe and Bond.
The Future of the Water and Waste Water Industry | Careers You Never Heard About | Episode 24 In this episode, Dave talks with Don Snyder Jr, an engineer at Snyder Civil Engineering.
High Country - June 22, 2022 - Politics and Government News from the American West Colorado primary elections - Hanks vs O'Dea in GOP Senate contest to take on Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet - Lauren Boebert v State Sen Don Coram in contested 3rd Congressional District GOP primary - Dr. Yadira Caraveo in 8th Congressional District and State Sen. Brittany Pettersen in the 7th are set to win Democratic nominations - AZ GOP works to dismantle popular mail-in voting in use since 1991
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