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11/30/16-Mark Levin Audio Rewind  

Leftist cities around the country, with the support of the Democratic Party and President Obama, are nullifying federal immigration law by stating that they will not cooperate with law enforcement agencies in enforcing immigration. They are behaving like Civil War-era pro-slavery states. By refusing to follow the law these Confederation cities and states are lawless. If confirmed Attorney General, Jeff Sessions should go into federal court and seek a court order compelling states to comply with federal law and enforce immigration law. If nullification is the new norm then it’s a new game. The left has far more to lose from nullification than anyone else. The left is all about Federal regulations and imposing their will on states and local communities. If they can nullify Federal Law than any other state can as well. After that, there’s nothing new about President Elect Trump’s plan to spend a trillion dollars on infrastructure. FDR, LBJ, Woodrow Wilson, Ike Eisenhower and President Obama have all spent like crazy. The money won’t even go to repairing roads or bridges but to new projects that the government comes up with. Later, it wasn’t tariffs or protectionism that is keeping Carrier in the U.S. It’s just the opposite, it was free enterprise and the promise of tax cuts and decreased regulations.

Oil Price Soars As OPEC Agrees Production Cut  

The oil-producing countries of OPEC have agreed their first production cut in eight years, sending the price of crude surging more than 8%. Will the countries hold to this agreement? Miswin Mahesh, an oil analyst at Barclays, talks us through the deal. During his campaign Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp" of special interests, with particular reference to Wall Street insiders, so it has raised some eyebrows that he has appointed former Goldman Sachs investment banker Steve Mnuchin as the US Treasury secretary. Zachary Mider of Bloomberg tells us more about the man and his promise to effect the "largest tax change since Reagan". India is still the fastest growing major economy in the world, confirmed by its latest GDP figures. These numbers, however, don't include the effect of the recent bank note withdrawals. Yogita Limaye in Mumbai tells us how analysts and business owners are factoring in a major drop in demand for the near future. Zambia recently cut fuel subsidies to reduce its budget deficit, but the move is proving painful for people and small businesses. Kennedy Gondwe reports from Lusaka, where the cost of transport has risen on average by 35%. The history of Belgian beer stretches back centuries to medieval monks, and now Unesco is being asked to add the drink to its Intangible Cultural Heritage list. Beer sommelier Jane Payton explains why Belgian beer is deserving of such recognition.

Disney World December Listener Questions  

You sent in your Disney World questions and we have a full Mouse Chat podcast of travel advice for you.

Best Bars and lounges on Walt Disney World property.

Trader Sams at the Polynesian Village Resort is so much fun for drinks and appetizers.  Even the outdoor patio is nice here.
Disney Springs Jock Lindsey's Hanger Bar is a fun Indiana Jones themed lounge.
AbracadaBar at Disney's Boardwalk Resort is a new creative lounge that has some unique drinks.

Watch our private insider tour of AbracadaBar
The audio in this Facebook Live gets better I promise.

What is the best resort at Walt Disney World for Christmas Decorations

We all love different Disney World Resorts.  The Disney Beach Club, The Grand Floridian Resort and Wilderness Lodge are our top Disney World Resort picks for Christmas decorations and to get you into the holiday spirit.  If you can only see one Disney World Resort during the holidays, I would pick the Grand Floridian.  Also Ft Wilderness is fun with a sleigh ride during the holidays.

What is the best Disney character interaction?

For guests we recommend Gaston at the Magic Kingdom in Fantasyland.  Gaston is really funny and interactive.  For a character meal we love the stepsisters at the Grand Floridian Resort  1900 Park Faire for breakfast.

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Chael Sonnen - Interim Championship Belts Are Like Promise Rings - Ep 158  

Chael & Joel discuss the validity of Interim championship belts in the UFC, Chael gives an update on "Submission Underground" & the Jon Jones vs. Dan Henderson match set for December 11th, and they call Jeff Monson to ask if Joel beat him in a past match.

Top Strategies for Taking Your Online Community Offline with Marketing Events - Stefanie Grieser  

Stefanie Grieser, International Marketing Manager at Unbounce, shares her top strategies for creating and growing a successful industry marketing event. Stefanie also dives into the important reasons why one-on-one interactions offline are crucial to brand building and business growth. 

Stefanie has a unique story, too! She went from being the 9th employee and one of the very first marketers at Unbounce — to a marketing conference of 1,000 attendees, acclaimed in the industry, and a must-attend destination on the annual events calendar.

About the Show:

The Science of Social Media is a podcast for marketers and brands interested in learning about new and exciting ways to implement social media marketing across a variety of platforms and industries. Join Buffer hosts Hailley, Brian, and Kevan each week as they interview some of the best marketers from brands and businesses that are leading the way in social media innovation and experimentation around the world. We promise to keep it fun, insightful, interesting, and most of all, actionable. The Science of Social Media is a podcast presented by the social media publishing and analytics tool, Buffer.

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Students Attacked At Ohio Univ., Trump Meets With Petraeus, Recounts Underway  

Terrorism a possible motive in Ohio state campus attack, Outrage over Trump's claim that "Millions" voted illegally, Trump in talks to save U.S. jobs, deliver on promise

Terrorism a possible motive in Ohio state campus attack, Outrage over Trump's claim that "Millions" voted illegally, Trump in talks to save U.S. jobs, deliver on promise  

Terrorism a possible motive in Ohio state campus attack, Outrage over Trump's claim that "Millions" voted illegally, Trump in talks to save U.S. jobs, deliver on promise

706 – Swear  

Jim and A.Ron wonder if it's all worth it anymore after seeing a historically bad episode of AMC's The Walking Dead, number 706, "Swear". Aside from being the dreaded single POV focus episode featuring a second-tier character, so much of this made no sense and seemed pointless. From the zombie action sequences involving improbable combinations of dump trucks and sand, to the 538th, 539th, and 540th time we've heard one character bemoan the degradation of humanity to another, to questionable directorial and editing decisions, a lot of time and effort was spent to tell us of the existence of a community with an axe to grind against the Saviors that is heavily armed but suffering a shortage of effective warriors. Gee, where ever could we find a place that is disarmed with a crew of killers with itchy trigger fingers? We're just one broken promise away from getting that creamy peanut butter inside that chocolate folks. Oh, and Heath has gone missing. "PPP" is somehow involved. And Tara has some weird tattoo. And we have feedback! Is this thing on? Is anyone still listening?! YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE OUT THERE! THEY AIN'T US! HERE'S NOT HERE!

Only as Bad as it’s Ever Been: PJ O’Rourke on American Values, Politics and Culture  

This week we’re dusting off a favorite Point of Inquiry episode from three years ago: Josh Zepps' conversation with P.J. O'Rourke – humorist, cultural commentator and bestselling author of sixteen books. Originally broadcast in December of 2013, this episode's subject matter is remarkably relevant for this current political and cultural moment, as we prepare for the presidency of a man whose campaign was based on the promise to return America to a golden age that really never existed.

am/fm | 090  

This week´s episode is the sixth hour of our Collabs set at Amsterdam Dance Event at Warehouse Elementenstraat for HYTE on October 22nd. Speedy J and I started around 11:30 pm and played for about 8,5h. So much for the dry facts. This year´s ADE collided with the fall break of German schools. Some of you might know I am a daddy and I like to take my kids on fun trips during their school breaks. So this year we went to Los Angeles. When I booked everything I wasn´t aware that ADE would be at the same time, so I had to plan accordingly, since I didn´t wanna miss my annual Saturday night gig for Hyte.
My travel schedule is pretty crazy at times, but something like this even I haven´t done before. I left LA on Friday night, flew to Amsterdam via Zürich and went back Sunday morning at 9 the same way, meaning right after the gig. I didn´t even need a hotel. Ok, some of you might think now that flying around the world for one gig is not exactly eco friendly. I know that. But as a vegan, I can assure you, I make up for that CO2 footprint easily, but that is another topic.
When I arrived in Amsterdam, the first thing I had to do was a photo shoot for Mixmag, who are doing a special on the PLAYdifferently mixers (look out for that issue in December), then it was off to the venue where Speedy J was already waiting and ready to go.
We never really plan our sets, but we kind of discuss how we wanna start out. Jochem and I agreed on going all in, as the venue was already quite busy and we (due to my slightly delayed arrival) kind of 30 minutes overdue. Now normally I shouldn´t say that, cause it is not really motivating for you listeners, but it took us about 1,5h to find our groove and get into things. So the set got better and better during the night, at least that is how we felt about it. That means that I would have rather used the set from 2h in, but I kept my promise at AM/FM and offer you the unedited set, the way it was played. So in case you didn´t like the first hour and a half, it should be better by now. And maybe I am also just too much of my own critic... well you decide for yourself.
All in all I can say that this whole night was something special. Jochem and I had an amazing time playing and it was a real fantastic crowd that stuck with us from the beginning to the end. Smiles all over. Also thanks to HYTE, for that perfect organization once again. This is how parties should be. So yes, flying in and out from LA for this gig was 100 times worth it and I would always do it again. Thank you all for letting me do this. Next week you will find the seventh hour of our set….and remember, it always gets better…

#255: The Joy of Missing Out - Getting Control of Your Digital Life  

Do you feel overwhelmed by your digital devices? Do you constantly have an itch to check your phone even when you’re trying to focus on important work or interacting with your loved ones? Do you find the constant onslaught of opinions coming from the digital ether psychologically tiring? Do you feel like your inner life and grasp of existential meaning becomes more shallow the more time you spend online? At one time, my guest today on the podcast could say yes to all those questions and decided to do something about it. Her name is Christina Crook and she’s the author of the Joy of Missing Out: Finding Balance in a Wired World. Today on the show Christina and I discuss the promise and perils of digital technology, her experiment with quitting the internet for a month, and tactics you can take to master technology rather than being its slave. Lots of great insights in this episode to curb your digital addiction. After the show is over, check out the show notes at aom.is/jomo for links to resources where you can delve deeper into this topic.

La programmation jazz de Nathalie Piolé : au commencement, Guillaume Perret  

durée : 00:55:11 - Banzzaï - par : Nathalie Piolé - "_Liberté, j'écris ton nom_" disait Paul Eluard. C'est bien joli, mais la liberté, on est sûrs qu'elle se chante, aussi. Ainsi, ce soir, nous suivrons les injonctions de Pharoah Sanders, Tillery ou Alexandre Saada... et nous danserons, volerons, grooverons en cadence en l'honneur de nos libertés! ## **Programmation musicale** **Guillaume Perret \-** _En Good_ Album **Free** Kakoum EP03 **Pharoah Sanders** \- _You’ve Got to Have Freedo_m Album **Africa** TIMELESS CDSJP 253 **Tillery** \- _I Wanna Fly So Free_ Album **Tillery** **David Patrois Quintet** \- _Freedom Jazz Dance_ Album **David Patrois Quintet Live** Arts et Spectacles ASCD120801 **Joshua Redman** \- _Hide and Seek_ Album **Freedom in the Groove** Warner WB 9362\-46330\-2 **Albert Ayler** \- _Free At Last_ Album **New Grass** Impulse 0602498842195 **Alexandre Saada** \- _Part I_ Album **We Free** Promise Land PL013 **Marcus Miller** (et Corinne Bailey Rae) \- _Free_ Album **Free** Dreyfus Jazz FDM 46050 369102 - réalisé par : Fabien Fleurat

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What will Trump's Middle East policy mean for Israel?  

One of the many unknowns about the coming Trump Presidency is Middle East policy. Donald Trump has given mixed signals on foreign and defence policy generally, and some of his campaign statements seemed to promise extremely simple solutions to very complex problems. So what will the Trump administration mean for Israel - which has a border with Syria, and which has long opposed the Obama government's policy on Iran?

Teaching your kids the value of a buck.  

Do your kids turn into greedy little monsters when Christmas rolls around? We invited The Barefoot Investor Scott Pape to tell us how we can teach kids about money at the most expensive time of the year. And speaking of wish lists as long as your arm, have your kids got a Hatchimal on theirs? We discuss the most sought-after presents that spark toy shop brawls. And if you're looking for a more original gift idea, meet the mum who wants to buy her 12-year-old a boob-job.

Show Notes

Your hosts were Holly Wainwright And Andrew Daddo

With thanks to Scott Pape

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This show was produced by Rachel Wagner and Elissa Ratliff.

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The Promise And Perils Of Data  

How data will shape everything from health to driving. We talk to Dr Julia Powles from the Faculty of Law and Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, and to Mustafa Suleyman, co-founder of Google's DeepMind AI company, about using data in healthcare. Plus we hear why insurers want data from the driverless cars of the future. And Dave Lee reports from a town in the United States where using WiFi and even cellphones is forbidden. Presented by BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones, with Chris Foxx from the BBC Online tech desk, and special guest Stephanie Hare, tech strategist at the data science firm Palantir. (Image: Concept driverless car interior, Credit: Thinkstock).

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70 - 4 Things Successful Chiropractors Have in Common  

I have been thinking a lot about how to help chiropractors in the coming year. It's frustrating at times to see the junk that is sold to chiropractors all with the promise of a bigger and better practice. The vast majority of chiropractic gurus/coaches/services are happy embellishing the crap out of their results, some will outright lie, and others just serve as a distraction from the real problems facing struggling chiropractors. Unfortunately, the struggling chiropractor just gets further and further away from the successful practice they desire.

In this episode, I talk about 4 things that I have noticed that successful chiropractors have in common. I also talk about why things like technology, philosophy, marketing systems and skripts are NOT primary solution to your problem and why focusing on them will only serve as a distraction. Enjoy.

Bonnie Jill Laflin – First female scout in the NBA, Model, TV Personality and  Animal Rights Activist - Team Never Quit Podcast  

The Team Never Quit Podcast is proud to announce this week’s inspiring guest. Navy SEALs, Marcus Luttrell and David Rutherford welcome Bonnie Jill Laflin to the show. Bonnie Jill is a former Dallas Cowboy’s Cheerleader, the first female scout in the NBA, Maximum Magazine model and animal rights activist. Tune in as Bonnie Jill tells her greatest never quit story and what’s it like trying to prove yourself in a traditional man’s industry.
Bonnie Jill Laflin a true renaissance, modern woman. She constantly redefines herself while always staying true to who she is and where she comes from. As the Daughter of a law enforcement officer, she’s passionate about being a patriot and has made many trips downrange to visit troops during the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. She also spends countless hours in support of animal rights. Bonnie Jill has made her mark in on the field, in front of the cameras, and winning the hearts and minds of all those who follow her.
Yet again the TNQ Podcast delivers on it’s promise to provide motivational content that teaches people how to follow their dreams, overcome adversity, and find true purpose in life. If you’re inspired by this show please write in and share with us your greatest never quit story. We would also appreciate if you told a friend about the show and help Marcus and Rut accomplish their new mission in life, which is to teach people around the world to discover the never quit mindset.
Great stories ignite legends.
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impute  

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for November 23, 2016 is:

impute • \im-PYOOT\  • verb

1 : to lay the responsibility or blame for often falsely or unjustly

2 : to credit to a person or a cause

Examples:

"Now, one comment in reaction to my essay said that by talking about the city's problems and not its promise, I was in the business of tearing down Syracuse. At LeMoyne, I was taught that the most dangerous thing to do in argument was to impute motives to your opponent." — Carl Schramm, Forbes.com, 4 Mar. 2013

"The CAS panel concluded that Sharapova's case 'was not about an athlete who cheated.' Instead, the panel found, 'It was only about the degree of fault that can be imputed to a player for her failure to make sure that the substance contained in a product she had been legally taking over a long period … remained in compliance." — Tom Perrotta, The Wall Street Journal, 4 Oct. 2016

Did you know?

Impute is a somewhat formal word that is used to suggest that someone or something has done or is guilty of something. It is similar in meaning to such words as ascribe and attribute, though it is more likely to suggest an association with something that brings discredit. When we impute something, we typically impute it to someone or something. You may also encounter the related noun imputation, which appears in such contexts as "I deny all your imputations of blame." Another sense of impute means "to calculate as a value or cost (as for taxation)," as in "impute a benefit from the use of the car."



impute  

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for November 23, 2016 is:

impute • \im-PYOOT\  • verb

1 : to lay the responsibility or blame for often falsely or unjustly

2 : to credit to a person or a cause

Examples:

"Now, one comment in reaction to my essay said that by talking about the city's problems and not its promise, I was in the business of tearing down Syracuse. At LeMoyne, I was taught that the most dangerous thing to do in argument was to impute motives to your opponent." — Carl Schramm, Forbes.com, 4 Mar. 2013

"The CAS panel concluded that Sharapova's case 'was not about an athlete who cheated.' Instead, the panel found, 'It was only about the degree of fault that can be imputed to a player for her failure to make sure that the substance contained in a product she had been legally taking over a long period … remained in compliance." — Tom Perrotta, The Wall Street Journal, 4 Oct. 2016

Did you know?

Impute is a somewhat formal word that is used to suggest that someone or something has done or is guilty of something. It is similar in meaning to such words as ascribe and attribute, though it is more likely to suggest an association with something that brings discredit. When we impute something, we typically impute it to someone or something. You may also encounter the related noun imputation, which appears in such contexts as "I deny all your imputations of blame." Another sense of impute means "to calculate as a value or cost (as for taxation)," as in "impute a benefit from the use of the car."



Lucky Luke  

durée : 00:28:22 - La marche de l'histoire - par : Jean Lebrun - Cet album, « La terre promise », s’avère un des plus riches en références, en citations livrées par sauts et gambades. C’est une vraie Bible de Lucky Luke.

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