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Congressional Dish is a twice-monthly podcast that aims to draw attention to where the American people truly have power: Congress. From the perspective of a fed up taxpayer with no allegiance to any political party, Jennifer Briney will fill you in on the must-know information about what our representatives do AFTER the elections and how their actions can and will affect our day to day lives. Hosted by @JenBriney. Links to information sources available at www.congressionaldish.com
 
Congress is the least liked and perhaps least understood part of government. But it’s vital to our constitutional government. Congress is the only branch equipped to work through our diverse nation’s disagreements and decide on the law. To better understand the First Branch, join host Kevin Kosar and guests as they explain its infrastructure, culture, procedures, history, and more.
 
The Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) Podcasts includes Journal Club podcast presenting essential journal articles in a classic journal club format with conversations by the authors and other neurospecialists as well as Guidelines podcasts presenting conversations on the latest CNS guidelines by the authors, residents, and other experts.
 
O seu podcast semanal sobre política, economia e alguns assuntos sérios. Na companhia de Murillo Parolini, Fernando Turri e Gabriel Wainer. Todas as quartas, ao vivo, às 19h30 no site da Rádio ESPM (http://radio.espm.br/) ou pelo aplicativo "iRádios". Na quinta, a partir das 10h, o podcast fica disponível na íntegra no SoundCloud.
 
Ryan Morrison, better known on Reddit and the internet as "Video Game Attorney," and co-hosts Austin Hoffman and Ali Rothman, take a hard look at how the law will react to the fast growth in technology. Will we need consent to sleep with a robot? Will our organs be government property? Come in and find out.
 
The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decision making through research and analysis. RAND Congressional Briefings connect RAND experts with lawmakers, legislative staff, and respected opinion leaders on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to present findings and recommendations on issues relevant to the current policy debate. For more about RAND, visit www.rand.org.
 
There are 435 Members of the House of Representatives. Each one of us has our own motivation to serve our community and has a different set of issues that we are passionate about. I’ve launched a podcast called Quick Questions about Congress with Kilmer where I sit down with another Representative one episode at a time. It’s a chance for you to listen to an honest conversation about what it’s like to be in Congress. Please sign up and tune in for some interesting discussions!
 
Devvy's show covers her 27 years experience investigating government corruption, how federal programs actually work vs the pablum sold to the American people. As someone on the front lines and in the trenches full time for almost two decades, Devvy's show is unique. As both a journalist and former live talk radio host she not only explains the problems plaguing this nation, she knows the answers.
 
On June 8, 1765 James Otis, supported by the Massachusetts Assembly sent a letter to each colony calling for a general meeting of delegates. The meeting was to be held in New York City in October. Representatives from nine colonies met in New York. Though New Hampshire, Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia did not send delegates, the Assemblies of those missing colonies nonetheless agreed to support the works of the Congress. The meetings were held in Federal Hall in New York, and the delega ...
 
The Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee works to educate policymakers on critical Internet policy issues. With funding and logistical support from the Internet Education Foundation, the Internet Caucus Advisory Committee hosts regular debates to discuss important Internet policy issues. Since its founding, the Internet Caucus Advisory Committee has built a membership of over 200 organizations from a broad cross-section of the public interest community and the Internet industry. ...
 
Plummer will lead an aggressive, sustained campaign to attract entertainment and arts-related businesses to metro Detroit. He will articulate a vision few others have articulated: that metro Detroit can be anchor of a super industry: an Industry of the Arts. Plummer will call upon established businesses and entrepreneurs in the motion picture, recorded music, theater, digital media and cultural arts industries to base operations in metro Detroit and take advantage of the talent pool, low cos ...
 
If the 2016 election taught us anything, it's that politics and policy matter in our everyday lives. But what are those everyday lives about? The Voter Project talks to voters and Dreamers across America to hear their stories, what matters to them, and who they're supporting in the 2018 midterm elections.
 
A biographical encomium delivered on the occasion of Roosevelt's death. Theodore "T.R." Roosevelt, Jr. (1858 – 1919) was an American author, naturalist, explorer, historian, and politician who served as the 26th President of the United States. He was a leader of the Republican Party (the "GOP") and founder of the Progressive Party. He is noted for his exuberant personality, range of interests and achievements, and his leadership of the Progressive Movement, as well as his "cowboy" persona an ...
 
This series features highlights from the many presentations in the Archaeologies of Art theme of the Sixth World Archaeological Congress. Douglass Bailey from San Francisco State University reflects on the current relationships between contemporary art and contemporary archaeology and suggests some radical new directions that this disciplinary collaboration can take. Blaze O'Connor discusses the unique synergy that was the archaeological excavation and reconstruction of the studio of modern ...
 
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New segment. Jim does a quick discussion about an issue that was discussed on the show briefly. In this case, the talk in the media about the vaccines not being "FDA approved". While this is technically true, there are things you should know. Enjoy. Jim@whiskeycongress.comעל ידי Whiskey Congress
 
August 2021 Journal Club PodcastClinical Pearls and Methods for Intraoperative Awake Language MappingTo read the journal article:https://academic.oup.com/neurosurgery/article/89/2/143/6027142?searchresult=1Moderator: Nitesh Patel, MDAuthor: Ramin Morshed, MDFaculty: Simon Hanft, MD, Michael Ivan, MD, and Rafael Vega, MD, PhD…
 
The topic of this episode is, “What does the Committee on House Administration do?” And who better to answer this question than my guest, Representative Rodney Davis. He is the ranking member of the Committee on House Administration, or CHA as it often is called. He has been on the committee since 2014. Rep. Davis currently serving his fifth term i…
 
How can shared services be used to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of government? On this episode of Congress to Cubicle, host Steve Goodrich talks with Earl Pinto, Deputy Associate Administrator, Shared Solutions and Performance Improvement on the use of shared services within cyber security, financial management, grants management, and p…
 
Congress has conducted at least eleven bipartisan hearings to investigate the security failures that permitted a mob of American citizens to riot inside the Capitol Building and successfully disrupt Congress while they certified the 2020 election results on January 6, 2021. In this episode, hear key highlights pulled from over 30 hours of testimony…
 
Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss the sentencing of insurrectionist Paul Allard, Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene's fund raising efforts (be ready for Jim's conspiracy theory), Steve gives lays out an analogy about virus adaptation and we also discuss several other issues including rich guys almost going to space...…
 
How did Jen miss the FinCEN files? In this bonus thank you episode, Jen adds some information to the sanctions topic that should have been in CD235, shares some clues that suggest that the Afghanistan withdrawal is a bunch of malarkey, and responds to lots of notes from producers. Thanks for supporting the show! Please Support Congressional Dish – …
 
Sanctions are weapons of economic war. In this episode, learn the troubling history of ever-expanding sanctions powers granted to the President designed to allow him to cut off people, companies, and governments from our financial system. You'll also hear fascinating testimony to Congress about how the targets of U.S. sanctions are getting around t…
 
Steve and Jim are back together in the Cleveland studio to discuss the US withdrawl from Afghanistan; the collapse of the Surfside condo tower; the Rachel Nichols/Maria Taylor controversy; Gwen Berry's Olympic protest; Sha'Carri Richardson's suspension; Nikole Hannah Jones and UNC plus Michael Avenatti's sentencing. Enjoy. @whiskeycongress on IG an…
 
President Biden is dropping bombs. Another congressman made suspicious stock market trades before the lockdowns. Ivermectin might be a COVID wonder drug (and this episode might be censored for that sentence). Race based COVID relief programs are getting shut down in court. In this episode, get updates on all those topics and more while Congressiona…
 
In 2009, Mattel's Fisher-Price started selling the Rock and Play Sleeper, a recklessly designed baby bed. During the ten years that it was sold to parents around the world, dozens of babies died and thousands were injured due to the design of the Rock and Play Sleeper. In this episode, learn the results of a congressional investigation into how the…
 
Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss the sentencing of the first insurrectionist and Derrick Chauvin. We also discuss Rudy Giuliani's law license being suspended by New York State; Supreme Court cases related to the NCAA and free speech; the end of Pride Month and Carl Nassib "coming out". Enjoy. @whiskeycongress on IG and …
 
How can Human Capital Management (HCM) across the government be successful? Its been on the GAO High Risk list for more than 20 years and needs restructuring and strengthening. On this episode of Congress to Cubicle, host Steve Goodrich talks with Terry Gerton, President and CEO of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) on recommendat…
 
It's been a long month since the last bonus Thank You episode! In this episode, get an update on the ongoing regime change operation in Belarus and find out why the vaccine intellectual property waiver actually has a chance of becoming a reality. After those updates, Jen responds to a lot of notes from producers. Thanks for supporting the show! Ple…
 
Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss the summit between Presidents Biden and Putin (including the brave questions asked by ABC reporter Rachel Scott). We also discuss the Supreme Court upholding Obamacare, Juneteenth, critical race theory and much more...Enjoy. @whiskeycongress on IG and Twitter…
 
July 2021 Journal Club PodcastComparison of Transradial vs Transfemoral Access in Neurovascular Fellowship Training: Overcoming the Learning CurveTo read the journal article:https://academic.oup.com/neurosurgery/article/67/Supplement_1/nyaa447_408/5983011?searchresult=1Moderator: Tiffany Hodges, MDAuthor: Pascal M. Jabbour, MDGuest Faculty: Akli Ze…
 
"Long COVID" is the name for the phenomenon experienced by people who have "recovered" from COVID-19 but are still suffering from symptoms months after the virus invaded their bodies. In this episode, listen to highlights from a 7 hour hearing in Congress about Long COVID so that you can recognize the disease and know where to turn for treatment. E…
 
Steve and Jim are in the Cleveland Studio to discuss the Department of Justice and how it was used under Trump (and Obama). We also talk about Ashley Babbitt's husband suing the Capitol Police; Ilhan Omar addressing war crimes during the recent Israeli/Hamas conflict; Hunter Biden dropping N-bombs, Trump's "backward pants scandal" and the Jeffrey T…
 
Josh and Matt and special guest Greg Koger discuss the Senate, congressional dysfunction, and some Florida politics. Greg is Professor of Political Science at Miami University, and the author of Filibustering: A Political History of Obstruction in the House and Senate. You can find him on Twitter @GregoryKoger.…
 
The topic of today’s episode is, “Are earmarks good or bad?” My guest is Zachary Courser, a visiting assistant professor of government at Claremont McKenna College. He is the co-director of the Policy Lab at Claremont McKenna College, and the co-editor of the volume, Parchment Barriers: Political Polarization and the Limits of Constitutional Order.…
 
Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss the 100 year anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre and the backlash from opponents of open discussion about historic (and current) racism. We also discuss Jim returning home to a Trump Rally, Roger Stone vs Steve Bannon, Fauci emails, Israel, the NFL's policy on "race-normalizing", Naomi Osa…
 
Managing cancer pain, once it is refractory to conventional treatment, continues to challenge caregivers committed to serving those who are suffering from a malignancy. Although neuromodulation has a role in the treatment of cancer pain for some patients, these therapies may not be suitable for all patients. Therefore, neuroablative procedures, whi…
 
Can government agencies play nice in the sandbox? Is there actual sharing in shared services? How can more things be automated and deliver results in real-time to help the government become more efficient and effective? Find out these answers and much more when Steve Goodrich talks with Mark Forman, Executive Vice President of Dynamic Integration S…
 
Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss the Senate vote to block a Congressional Commission to investigate the Capitol insurrection on January 6th. We also talk about Trump, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Biden visiting Cleveland and Tulsa, the Ohio "Vax A Million lottery" and Steve's experience at his powerlifting meet...enjoy. @whi…
 
In March 2021, a year after the official beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the fully Democratic Party controlled Congress sent President Joe Biden their version of a COVID relief bill to sign, a bill that was rejected by the entire Republican Party. In this episode, examine the new law in detail to learn how it could help you and to judge whether…
 
Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss the latest in the Israeli/Palestinian clash in Gaza. We also talk about the proposed Jan 6th Commission; the NRA having its bankruptcy filing denied; Republican David Joyce (OH); Biden blamed for the price of gas; Joe Rogan gets heat and Deonte Wilder vs Tyson Fury III....enjoy. @whiskey…
 
The government is not an appealing place to work...how can that change? How can the government become an employer of choice like Apple, Amazon and Google? Season 2 kicks off with Blair Duncan, CHCO for Health and Human Services. Hear his Top 3 imperatives needed for Human Capital across the government and what his hope is for the new administration…
 
Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland studio to discuss the unrest in Israel, the ouster of Liz Cheney from her leadership position; loosening of restrictions by the CDC; 4 officers associated with the death of George Floyd indicted on Federal Charges and Marjorie Taylor Greene is obsessed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...Enjoy. @whiskeycongress on…
 
Surgery is recommended for brain metastases that are large, have significant perilesional edema, result in neurological deficits, and present with uncertain pathology. In addition, surgery provides tissue diagnosis, when needed. Smaller targeted craniotomies and an emphasis on minimizing postoperative deficits have led to faster operations and disc…
 
June 2021 Journal Club PodcastThe Path to Surgical Robotics in NeurosurgeryTo read the journal article:https://academic.oup.com/ons/article/20/6/514/6273694Moderator: Rafael Vega, MD, PhDAuthor: Omaditya Khanna, MDGuest Faculty: David Baskin, MDCNS Resident Fellow/Planner: Megan Still, MDעל ידי Congress of Neurological Surgeons
 
We're back. Steve and Jim are together again in the Cleveland Studio to discuss Liz Cheney's problems within her own party. We also discuss voting laws signed into effect by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis; Rudy Giuliani's office being raided by the FBI; Former Navy Seas Eddie Gallagher; a little talk about what is (and isn't) racism and Vegas....Enjoy. …
 
The efficacy of bilateral deep brain stimulation (DBS) for the treatment of motor symptoms and levodopa-induced dyskinesias in Parkinson’s Disease (PD) patients is well established. However, the effectiveness of selecting different stimulation targets is less clear. While there is evidence to suggest that the subthalamic nucleus (STN) and globus pa…
 
The topic of today’s episode is, “Can Congress budget?” My guest is Dr. Allen Schick. He is professor emeritus at the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland. He previously has held positions at the Congressional Research Service, the Urban Institute, the Brookings Institution, and the American Enterprise Institute. Dr. Schick publish…
 
Rep. Alcee Hastings: We just lost a good one. As we thank CD producers in this bonus thank you episode, we flashback to our favorite Alcee moment, learn why Bill Gates is a monster, ponder what the dingleberry method could be used for in 2021, hear apologies for various Thank You episode ramblings, and air our first producer voicemail! Please Suppo…
 
In mid-February 2021, a not-as-rare-as-it-used-to-be winter storm swept across the country, causing massive power outages in the state of Texas with deadly consequences. In this episode, hear the highlights of the congressional investigation into the causes of the extended power outages. They were foreseeable, and in fact foreseen, and similar powe…
 
Steve and Jim are together to discuss the Chauvin verdict and the political fallout that followed (including LeBron, Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters). We also discuss the shooting of Makhia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio and to lighten things up, we talk Las Vegas and the upcoming NFL Draft. Enjoy. @whiskeycongress on IG and Twitter…
 
Rep. Matt Gaetz is accused of sex trafficking. In this episode, we look at the trustworthiness of the allegations before turning our attention to another powerful member of Congress whose selfish actions are far easier to prove. Jen then thanks the wonderful producers who make Congressional Dish possible. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick L…
 
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