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Michael Cohen, the former attorney and personal fixer for Donald J. Trump, once vowed to take a bullet for the President. But that was before the country was brought to its knees by the President’s own lies and personal madness. Now, imprisoned in his home, his life, reputation and livelihood destroyed, Cohen is on a mission to right the wrongs he perpetuated on behalf of his boss. Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen, is a raw and unfiltered shining a light into the dark corners of our current Amer ...
 
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We cover the worst, the dumbest, the most sin-worthy of TV moments from the past 7 decades. Then, we rate them on a scale based on Dante's 9 circles of Hell. Add dry wit and cheesy jokes to the mix, and you've got something that will last throughout eternity--we hope. New Episodes Every Sunday Night!
 
Do you have a strong sense that there’s something more? More to reality? More to you? Do you feel the weight of your childhood and cultural conditioning and despite having worked to shrug it off, see that it somehow remains? Do you intuit that the world could be a much healthier place? Have you learned about and tried different practices only to dead-end, leaving you to wonder, “Is this it?” Have the models you’ve learned left things out, left your deepest questions unanswered? The emotospir ...
 
This is a podcast for the poor chronically ill and the downtrodden disabled folks. I’m joking. This podcast is for anyone and everyone that has dealt with a chronic illness and the people who love them. All are welcome. Join me as we talk with important guests, talk about all the issues surrounding disability, mental health, and chronic illness. What are you waiting for? Here is our website...https://madillgirl.blogspot.com
 
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Mea Culpa welcomes back our good friend Elie Honig, acclaimed author of the National Bestseller, “Hatchet Man: How Bill Barr broke the prosecutor's code and corrupted the Justice Department”. Honig is also a CNN Senior Legal Analyst, and a former federal and state prosecutor. You may also know him from his popular podcasts, “Up Against the Mob” and…
 
US stocks roared ahead on Thursday in their strongest day in more than two and a half years, and FTX's founder apologizes for the cryptoexchange's collapse. Plus, how a breakaway firm from PwC is testing western sanctions against Russia. Mentioned in this podcast: US stocks surge on lower than expected inflation data Sam Bankman-Fried apologises fo…
 
Two of America's top cartoonists perform their postmortem on the 2022 midterm elections. Ted Rall and Scott Stantis discuss what happened and, more importantly, what will happen going forward into 2023 and divided government, and a certain former president's plans for the near future. They also revisit their pre-election predictions which were, (as…
 
Francisco Blanch, Bank of America Global Research Head of Global Commodities & Derivatives Research, says the oil market is 'springy' because inventories remain quite low. Brent Schutte, Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Chief Investment Officer, says the bond market is telling you that inflation is a thing of the past. Blerina Uruci, T.Rowe Pr…
 
US stocks slid and the price of Brent crude touched its lowest level since January, and China’s elderly are causing challenges for president Xi Jinping. Plus, the FT’s Alexandra Heal explains that more women in the UK are turning to sex work due to the struggling economy. Mentioned in this podcast: Brent crude oil falls below $80 for first time sin…
 
David Solomon, Goldman Sachs Chairman & CEO, says pay is set to fall as there are 'bumpy times ahead.' Andrew Hollenhorst, Citi Chief US Economist, says the likelihood of a soft landing is low. Amy Wu Silverman, RBC Capital Markets Equity Derivatives Strategist, says this year comes down to positioning. Edward Morse, Citigroup Global Head of Commod…
 
US stocks fell after new data showed the US services sector grew last month, PwC plans to take advantage of uncertainty at EY by poaching some of its rival’s most senior executives, and China is catching up to Europe in EV battery production. Plus, the FT’s Working It podcast host, Isabel Berwick, talks about a multi-part series on the four-day wor…
 
Political cartoonists Ted Rall and Scott Stantis, coming from the left and the right respectively, analyze the fallout from the weekend's media dump at Twitter. Not only was the Hunter Biden laptop story real, censorship of the New York Post was worse than you imagined. Should children be able to change their gender surgically or otherwise? Adults …
 
Carl Riccadonna, BNP Paribas Markets 360 Chief US Economist, says the Fed will keep at it until the job is done. Rebecca Patterson, Bridgewater Chief Investment Strategist, says the Fed is not likely to ease in '23. Stephen Roach, Yale Professor and Author of 'Accidental Conflict: America, China, and the Clash of False Narratives', says it's import…
 
EU and US officials meet today to discuss the effect Washington’s green subsidies plan is having on Europe and Opec is standing pat as the cartel awaits a price cap on Russian oil to go into effect. Plus, the FT’s Katie Martin explains how fund managers are struggling in the new era of higher interest rates. Mentioned in this podcast: Von der Leyen…
 
England and France dealt with Poland and Senegal with the minimum of fuss today, but how will they handle each other? Ken got his first look at England in the flesh at this tournament, and he was suitably impressed with Jude Bellingham… but has Kyle Walker got what it takes to stop Kylian Mbappé? We talk to friend of the show Philippe Auclair about…
 
It’s the end of the World Cup group phase and after another day of chaos and disorder we have Luis Suarez in tears, South Korea triumphant and Granit Xhaka sealing his reputation as an Ulster senior football championship-level shithouse. Ken was at both the Uruguay Ghana and Switzerland Serbia games yesterday and he tells us how gleefully Ghana cel…
 
Marty Walsh, US Secretary of Labor, discusses the November jobs report. Randy Kroszner, University of Chicago Booth School Professor of Economics & Former Federal Reserve Governor, says the Fed has to keep at it until the labor market cracks. Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock Portfolio Manager of the Systematic Multi-Strategy Fund, is watching wage data an…
 
Brussels is pushing EU member states to agree to a $60 ceiling on global purchases of Russian oil and emerging market stocks and bonds are staging a strong rebound. Plus, a push by the UN to tighten corporate rules around net-zero pledges is sending shudders through some boardrooms, and the world’s largest active volcano, Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, erupte…
 
Mea Culpa welcomes back, Bakari Sellers, a CNN political commentator who made history as the youngest-ever member of the South Carolina State legislature at the age of just twenty-two. Sellers has been named one of the nation's most influential African Americans and became a New York Times best-selling author with his memoir, “My Vanishing Country”…
 
it's been an eventful World Cup for our man on the ground. Ken was on hand to watch Messi inspire his team to the top of Group C with a display that flew in the face of everything we know about attacking football. We also discuss Pulisic's knee to the groin which brings up painful memories for Murph. And Ken gives us the rundown on what delights Do…
 
Mike Wilson, Morgan Stanley Chief US Equity Strategist, is confident this market rally will continue through December. Jordan Rochester, Nomura G-10 FX Strategist, sees GBP-USD at 1.25 next year. Vincent Reinhart, Dreyfus Mellon Chief Economist, sees an economic downturn within the next 12 months. Rubeela Farooqi, High Frequency Economics Chief US …
 
Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell signalled the central bank will start to slow the pace of interest rate increases, French president Emanuel Emmanuel Macron is meeting with US president Joe Biden today, and Eurozone inflation finally slowed down. Plus, we get the latest on the fallout from the FTX crypto collapse. Mentioned in this podcast: Jay Pow…
 
Neil Dutta, Renaissance Macro Head of US Economics Research, says real economic growth is accelerating in the US. Wei Li, BlackRock Global Chief Investment Strategist, says the Fed won't be able to cut rates in 2023. Mona Mahajan, Edward Jones Senior Investment Strategist, says the Fed's path to a soft landing is narrow. Alan Ruskin, Deutsche Bank …
 
China is enlisting the help of tech giants to reduce its dependence on foreign semiconductor technology, the Federal Reserve is divided over how much to raise interest rates, and private equity firms are selling an investment product similar to the collateralised debt obligations that fuelled the 2008 financial crisis. Mentioned in this podcast: Fe…
 
Bill Dudley, Bloomberg Opinion Columnist & Former New York Fed President, sees the Fed pausing rate hikes once they get to a 5.25-5.5% range and then holding for a longer period. Alicia Levine, BNY Mellon Wealth Management Head of Equities & Capital Market Advisory, says the top of the market still has risk. Evan Brown, UBS Asset Management Head of…
 
Europe is importing a record amount of seaborne Russian gas, and Rolls-Royce has successfully tested hydrogen instead of conventional jet fuel to power a modern aircraft engine. Plus, the FT’s Europe-China correspondent, Yuan Yang, explains why the protests in China are supported by a rare nationwide coalition of interests. Mentioned in this podcas…
 
Brian Weinstein, Morgan Stanley Investment Management Head of Global Fixed Income, says that, from an investment perspective, the protests in China are just another part of the broader story of economic turmoil. Lara Rhame, FS Investments Chief US Economist, says the bond market is pricing in a recession. Ellen Wald, Atlantic Council Senior Fellow,…
 
Zero-Covid protests in Shanghai escalated on Sunday evening as police struggled to disperse large crowds who gathered in the city, and Iranian protests continue but businesses are reluctant to join. Plus, the FT’s Brussels bureau chief, Sam Fleming, discusses the EU’s latest refugee crisis. Mentioned in this podcast: China rocked by protests as zer…
 
This is a special encore episode of Mea Culpa with Norm Eisen. Michael and Norm dive into the midterms, voter's rights, and Trump's legal woes. “net returns” refers to the annualized internal rate of return net of all fees and costs, calculated from the offering closing date to the sale date. IRR may not be indicative of Masterworks paintings not y…
 
It’s been another bonkers weekend of World Cup action and there’s only one way to cover it all…. that’s right, it’s a double helping of His Ken-ness! In the big game of the day Germany saved their bacon by going FULL KRUG while Spain forgot to keep playing football. There’s also golden Mbappe, Croatia crushing Canada, “relish it Rabat” and Messi to…
 
Lionel Messi saved Argentina again last night with a stunning goal to break the deadlock against Mexico. They're back in contention, but can they go all the way? Tim Vickery is far from sure, but the arrival of Enzo Fernandez in their midfield gives them a chance. Plus there's misguided vox pops, Eoin's favourite dressing-room moment of the World C…
 
Today’s episode is devoted to Sainthood, as will be at least the two that follow. We reframe devotional spirituality to be about willful body ensoulment rather than giving up one’s personal life, or anything else you’ve heard. This includes how your life belongs to the Divine, but you get to live it, how unconscious motives must be known in order t…
 
Christian Mueller-Glissmann, Goldman Sachs Multi Asset Strategist, says China's path forward is going to be incredibly bumpy. Kit Juckes, Societe Generale Chief FX Strategist, expects the dollar to see a "series of jagged peaks" and be "significantly weaker by the end of next year." Claudia Sahm, Sahm Consulting Founder & Former Federal Reserve Eco…
 
UPNovember wraps up with some good 'ol fashioned "Dumb" fun...a kind of "Dumb that was written by two of the smartest TV writers ever known...so why would they do something so Dumb? SPECIAL THANKS to Connor Higgins on Youtube for letting us Borrow some of his Massive UPN Retrospective for our opening segment SPONSORED BY: Dave's Archives Retrocirq …
 
Ken has been on hand to witness both Japan's victory over South Africa in the 2015 RWC and their recent win over Germany in the 2022 football World Cup, but the king of world cup upsets didn't stop there as he was also at the Saudi Arabia Argentina game. We discuss Germany's silent gesture, the joyous positivity of Cameroon's Joey N'Do and have a n…
 
The FT’s chief economics commentator, Martin Wolf, discusses why geopolitics could be the biggest threat to globalisation. Mentioned in this podcast: Geopolitics is the biggest threat to globalisation The FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon, Sonja Hutson and Marc Filippino. The show’s editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, M…
 
Ted Rall and Scott Stantis, two of the finest editorial cartoonists in all the land, dig deep into the ongoing rash of mass shootings in America. Is there any cause for hope? They demystify the meaning of the midterms and debate whether an activist has a larger obligation than just pointing out a problem. Should they also offer solutions?…
 
Alan Blinder, Princeton University Professor of Economics & "A Monetary & Fiscal History of the United States, 1961-2021" author, expects to see more separation between the Fed and the Treasury in time. Jeff Currie, Goldman Sachs Global Head of Commodities Research, says he will be bullish on oil come next spring. Troy Gayeski, FS Investment Soluti…
 
Mortgage rates in the UK on five-year fixed deals have dipped below 6 per cent for the first time in nearly two months, and US retailers are facing their first real-terms fall in revenues since the global financial crisis this holiday season. Plus, the FT’s gulf correspondent, Simeon Kerr, explains why there’s so much pressure on Qatar as the count…
 
Alvaro Pereira, OECD Acting Chief Economist, predicts global growth will slow to 2.2% in 2023. Dana Peterson, Conference Board Chief Economist, says the economy will be flat in 2023. Jens Nordvig, Exante Data Founder & CEO says it's hard to see a turn in the dollar if we still have problematic growth in China. Stephen Schork, The Schork Group Princ…
 
Austria’s central bank chief is calling for a third-straight 0.75 percentage point interest rate rise at the European Central Bank’s next meeting, Disney executives ousted Bob Chapek as CEO and re-installed Bob Iger, and oil prices had a hectic day yesterday but remain well below their summer peak. Plus, the UK’s appetite for bacon is back. Mention…
 
Peter Tchir, Academy Securities Head of Macro Strategy, sees Bitcoin below $10,000. Kathryn Kaminski, AlphaSimplex Chief Research Strategist, says we are at an inflection point. David Riley, BlueBay Asset Management Chief Investment Strategist, says we are close to peak inflation. Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations President, says his long…
 
Ireland laboured to a win over Australia to make it three wins from three in the autumn internationals, and yet again a backrower won MOTM. Murph has a theory on this trend. We talk to former Ireland stars Gordon Darcy and Shane Horgan about Ireland's muddled attack, strange decision making, but also their guts and defiance. How did debutant Jack C…
 
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