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From the Crows' Nest

Association of Old Crows & Voxtopica

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This podcast features interviews, analysis, and discussions covering leading issues of the day related to electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO). Topics include current events and news worldwide, US Congress and the annual defense budget, and military news from the US and allied countries. We also bring you closer to Association of Old Crow events and provide a forum to dive deeper into policy issues impacting our community.
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14th & G

Mehlman Consulting

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Dean Hingson lets you in on what's happening at the intersection of politics and business. Each week Dean sits down with political influencers and experts to discuss the latest from Capitol Hill and across DC. 14th & G has been produced since 2017 by Mehlman Consulting, one of Washington, D.C.’s leading lobbying firms.
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Feminism NOW

National Organization for Women (NOW)

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Passionate about modern feminist issues? Want to learn more about how today's political, academic, and cultural leaders strive for a future of universal equality and justice? Join NOW President Christian F. Nunes in a new podcast dedicated to intersectional feminist discussions in American society with leaders in entertainment, sports, politics, and science. From conversations on constitutional equality, to economic justice and reproductive rights, listeners will find new ways to learn, enga ...
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Career Education Report

Career Education Colleges and Universities ​

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Career education is a vital pipeline to high demand jobs in the workforce. Students from all walks of life benefit from the opportunity to pursue their career education goals and find new employment opportunities. Join Dr. Jason Altmire, President and CEO of Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), as he discusses the issues and innovations affecting postsecondary career education. Twice monthly, he and his guests discuss politics, business, and current events impacting education a ...
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When Patti and her potty-mouthed friend talk baseball, you'll know this is not a baseball podcast for lightweights. This is the real deal, from real fans. Because diamonds are a strong woman's best friend, and there's no crying in baseball.
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Fintech has the power to build a more inclusive world. Fintech for the People is about the innovators who are developing fintech solutions that reach the people who’ve been left behind. In each episode, we’ll hear from innovators who are creating financial solutions that bring every person the financial tools they need to grow their business, support their family, and build their community. Together, we’ll learn how fintech looks different in spaces and places where basic financial services ...
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Driving Forward

American Highway Users Alliance

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Are you a highway user who wants to travel on safe, less congested roads? Join Andrew Stasiowski, President and CEO of the American Highway Users Alliance, as he speaks with leading experts about the latest policies impacting the transportation community. Each month, Andrew will cover topics of critical importance to the highway user community, from reducing congestion on roads, to reforming highway trust funds, to increasing global competitiveness. Listen to new episodes of “Driving Forward ...
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The official podcast of DCBeer.com! This is a show about breweries: the business, the beer, the craftspeople who run them and the drinkers who love them. Join us as we speak with brewers, brewery owners, and all kinds of folks involved in the craft beer scene.
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340B Insight provides members and supporters of 340B Health with timely updates and discussions about the 340B drug pricing program. The podcast helps listeners stay current with and learn more about 340B to help them serve their patients and communities and remain compliant. We publish new episodes twice a month, with news reports and in-depth interviews with leading health care practitioners, policy and legal experts, public policymakers, and our expert staff.
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Venture Capitol

The National Venture Capital Association

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Welcome to the Venture Capitol podcast, the place where politicians can impact the startup industry nationwide. Join NVCA President & CEO Bobby Franklin for a unique podcast that looks at public policy through the eyes of America’s venture capitalists — the people who are investing in the high-growth companies of tomorrow. This show brings together VCs, policymakers, and policy influencers to discuss and debate issues that affect our nation’s economic future.
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Labor of Love: Insights from the Heart of Obstetric Care

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

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This podcast explores emerging challenges in maternal and postpartum health. Join Veronica Pimentel, MD, MS, FACOG, a practicing obstetrician–gynecologist, vaccine expert, and pandemic mom, as she delves into these shifts and trends through conversations with new parents and health care professionals. This podcast and its related resources (“Resource”) are designed for patients and clinicians and set forth current information and opinions on subjects related to women’s health, and this Resou ...
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Capital Gazette Murder Trial

Chris Gordon News & Voxtopica

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In late June 2018, five people were murdered by an active shooter walking through their offices at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. Prosecutors say he blocked the exit so the victims couldn’t escape. The defendant, Jarrod Ramos, pleaded guilty to the murders but his lawyers now argue he’s not “criminally responsible” — Maryland’s version of the Insanity Defense. Prosecutors contend that his attack was planned in a “calculating and methodical” manner because the paper wro ...
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Host Marvell Terry II engages in insightful conversations with activists, community leaders, stakeholders and elected government officials about their response to the HIV epidemic in their communities across the South. This podcast is intended to communicate with decision makers on how to realign, redevelop and reimagine the South’s approach to address the HIV epidemic. This podcast is aimed at community stakeholders, funders, and those making a difference in their local community. Our liste ...
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We face many overwhelming challenges in America today: systemic racism, data privacy, and political misinformation. These are big problems, and there are a lot of opinions and ideas on how to fix them. Scholars and industry experts often disagree on how to find solutions. So, how can we find the right way to move forward? We let the data speak for itself. Join hosts Liberty Vittert and Munther Dahleh as they gather data and get the facts about today’s most pressing problems to find out: are ...
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The History of Crows

Association of Old Crows

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The Evolution of Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO) This podcast will take you on a journey throughout time and around the world to meet the inventors, the battles, and the technology that has not only shaped military operations - how we fight - but also how we live. The History of Crows will cover some of the most important discoveries, battles, and events that shaped what we know today as electromagnetic spectrum operations. Episodes that take you deeper into our history will be ad ...
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The Science of Mentorship

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine

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Mentorship is essential to the development of anyone in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine, but did you know mentorship is a set of skills that can be learned, practiced, and optimized? In this 10-part series from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, you’ll hear the personal mentorship stories of leaders in academia, business, and the media, in their own words. Learn how evidence-based mentorship practices can help you develop the skills to e ...
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Tired of being surrounded by sexist nonsense every day? So are we! Pour a glass of your fav and listen in as gal pals Tracy (a devoted Republican) & Kelly (a die-hard Democrat) dish about sexism in politics, business, and pop culture in their weekly NSFW podcast. Pick a side but beware, the side you pick may surprise you! Tell us all about it on social: @DameItAll
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The Future of Nursing

The National Academy of Medicine & The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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The United States has some of the poorest health outcomes. Health disparities run deep, leaving many people without equal opportunity or access to care. As long-time advocates for health equity, nurses are in unique positions to address the root causes of poor health, reduce health disparities, and improve the health and well-being of the nation. In this 8-part series from the National Academy of Medicine, we explore practical strategies for the nursing profession to advance health equity. W ...
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21st Century Health

Howard University's 1867 Health Innovations Project and Voxtopica

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The United States has many challenges that require improvement, like other health systems throughout the world. Historically, these challenges disproportionately impact distressed communities. Many of us are working to solve these challenges by leveraging digital health and health data solutions. But if we do not innovate from a health equity perspective, then we run the risk of designing solutions that are misaligned with the needs and desires of communities. If you want the right resources ...
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Mary Payne Gilbert can’t stop listening to podcasts and she can’t stop talking about podcasts. Now she's sharing her obsession with you. On Payne in the Pod, Mary Payne talks to podcasters about their shows, the stories they love to tell, and the personal insanity of being a podcaster.
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Politics. Policy. Polling. Pop Culture. Explore what America's thinking with two of the country's leading pollsters-the bipartisan team of Democrat Margie Omero and Republican Kristen Soltis Anderson. In this weekly podcast we take a fresh, friendly look at the numbers driving the week's biggest stories in news, politics, tech, entertainment and pop culture. Along with the occasional interview with pollsters, journalists, and other industry leaders, we'll lift the hood on the numbers reveali ...
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Every episode of Real Talk with NMAC provides people of color, allies, and advocates in the community — regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or gender identity — who are at greater risk of HIV/AIDS with a greater understanding of the role racial inequities play in the epidemic, and how to address them. NMAC (The National Minority AIDS Council) leads with race to normalize discussion about race within the HIV movement, bend the curve of new HIV diagnoses, and retain people of color livin ...
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Women Who Tech is on a mission to fund women-led startups. Through our Women Startup Challenges, which have been held at Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, and London's City Hall, we have brought together the best early-stage, women-led startups to pitch top investors. We've succeeded in enabling more than $20 million raised for women founders. What’s next? The Women Startup Challenge Podcast! Each week we’ll feature one of ten women-led startups competing for a $5,000 cash grant. We’ll hear from ...
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JC Scott, President & CEO of the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, discusses the latest trends, public policy developments, and political challenges impacting drug pricing and healthcare. You'll hear the nation's top thought leaders, policy experts, and political analysts on topics like how employers, unions, and others use Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) to drive value for their members in the face of growing healthcare costs. You'll also learn about advancements in gene therapy, ...
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Welcome back to The DC Beer Show, where our enthusiastic hosts Jake, Mike, Jordan, and Brandy crack open the latest in the craft beer scene. In this episode, we're thrilled to sit down with Bill Butcher and Sam Terhune from the renowned Port City Brewing! On the menu today, we dive deep into the world of hazy beers, starting with a shout-out to the…
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In this AOC member/subscriber-only episode of From the Crows’ Nest coming to you from AOC Europe 2024 in Oslo, Norway, host Ken Miller is joined by three special guests: Lieutenant Colonel Erik Bamford, Branch Chief of EW, Norwegian Armed Forces; Journalist and author, Dr. Tom Withington; and Duncan McCrory from the Department of War Studies at Kin…
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Delve into the ongoing debate around for-profit education and accreditation with host Jason Altmire as he chats with Dr. Glenn Roquemore, a noted higher education consultant who served as president of both a community college and a for-profit university. Dr. Roquemore elaborates on why he thinks higher education is at a “low point” and why it is a …
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This episode of Fintech for the People is focused on the critical research around risks and bias in AI, explaining the importance of equitable AI and its impact on the financial ecosystem. Our guest, Alexandra Rizzi, Senior Research Director at the Center for Financial Inclusion, shares insights about various challenges, including bias and contextu…
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Welcome to West Coast Corresponded Deborah, filling in for Patti who is off celebrating our intern’s graduation. Deborah’s bfs are making up for lack of bats with all the steals. Elly continues to climb the all time steal boards, and Zack Short becomes Zack Short Stay. Willson Contreras’ injury leads to some choices about how to avoid catcher inter…
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Hospitals throughout the U.S. use their 340B savings in innovative ways to care for their patients in need. In some cases, they can take that care outside the walls of the hospital to meet patients where they learn, live, and play. We speak with Heather Armstrong with Comanche County Medical Center in central Texas to tell us how her health system …
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What is an electromagnetic event and how could it wreak havoc on military forces and critical civilian infrastructure? Are we prepared to protect ourselves from such an event? Unfortunately, no. In this area,we are far behind the threat. There is exciting new research underway and progress is being made to develop a standard of protection thanks in…
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Why are parents afraid to drop kids off at school? Go to the grocery store? A concert? A church? Gun violence. And that’s only what makes the news — not the 81 percent of murders involving a gun, and the overall violence that falls heaviest on Black and Brown women. What do we do? Demand Action. NOW National President Christian F. Nunes sits down t…
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In this episode of Fintech for the People, Amee Parbhoo, Managing Partner at Accion Venture Lab, sets the stage for a deep dive into four key areas where AI can empower fintech companies to expand the reach and effectiveness of financial services to underserved populations: compliance, credit decisioning, customer engagement, and workflow optimizat…
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It’s the Cinco de Mayo episode where the limes are organic and the salt is Kosher. Pottymouth’s Vaughn Grissom watch is rewarded, Luis lights it up, and Maysin makes her roster. For Patti, John Means business and Jack Suwinski can sure time a hit. Josés are in trouble and just when you think he can’t achieve any more firsts, Judge gets ejected. Did…
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Welcome to another effervescent episode of The DC Beer Show! In this installment, hosts Brandy Holder, Michael Stein, and Jacob Berg dive into the ever-fascinating world of brew pubs, craft beers, and the culinary delights that pair with them. Brandy kicks off the episode under the warm DC evening, lamenting her current drink of choice (wine, due t…
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Continuing our two-part series, this season’s final episode tackles the present-day strategies for perinatal HIV care. Rodney Wright, MD, FACOG, from Montefiore-Einstein Medical Center and Susan Gillespie, MD, PhD, from Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital join Labor of Love host Veronica Pimentel, MD, MS, FACOG, to dive into cu…
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In this AOC member/subscriber-only episode of From the Crows’ Nest, host Ken Miller is joined once again by John Knowles, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Electromagnetic Dominance (JED), and Col. Jeffrey Fischer, USAF (Ret). They discuss recent developments in the Ukraine War, considering the recent passage of aid by the U.S. Congress. They share…
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Explore the shifting roles of educational leaders with host Jason Altmire as he speaks to Melanie Ho, award-winning author and founder of the business consulting firm Strategic Imagination. Melanie explores the challenges facing leaders in today's uncertain environment and offers practical strategies for fostering collaboration, addressing cultural…
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In this episode of Fintech for the People, host Amee Parbhoo, Managing Partner at Accion Venture Lab, speaks to Jimena Pardo and Federico Antoni from Hi Ventures about the transformative role of AI in fintech. They explore the potential for AI to revolutionize financial services by streamlining operations for fintech companies, improving credit sco…
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As we lament the boyfriends we did not select for our fantasy teams, we observe Passover with mezcal. Should we have gone with Logan O’Hoppe and Joey Ortiz? Solid maybe. Mike Tauchman and the oppo Tauchos? Unrelated to the Mexico series tacos, of course. Patti’s guys Zach, Will, and Evan are crushing the multi-hit games, and Pottymouth favorite Ell…
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340B savings can help hospitals and other covered entities better serve patients and improve their health outcomes. But how can these entities make the best use of 340B funds for their institutions? We sat down with Matt Webber, director of pharmacy business at Novant Health based in North Carolina, to learn more. 340B optimization strategies One w…
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In this episode of From the Crow’s Nest, host Ken Miller chats with Doug Thornton, the technical director of Battelle's National Security Business Unit, to learn about the role software-defined radios do – and could – play into the future of electronic warfare. Doug tells Ken that software-defined radios offer the promise of offering more flexibili…
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Conservative politicians are eager to introduce bills to “protect women and girls in sports” or stop kids from being exposed to “pornographic” content. But don’t be fooled. These bills don’t protect kids, they target and harm LGBTQIA+ youth. This week, NOW National President Christian F. Nunes speaks with Charlotte Clymer, a writer, communications …
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Kenley Jansen and Craig Kimbrel are climbing to the top of the all time saves list so the takeaway is don’t yeet the ball from the last out. Looking at you, Colton “more cowbell” Cowser. Andrew hits homer #300, Adley hits grand slam #1, and Josh hits his head. On purpose. Neto can’t get a day off, Oswaldo can but Pottymouth says please don’t – or m…
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Get ready to dive into the deep end of the beer pool with The DC Beer Show! Belgian beer buffs, take note: Chuck Cook of Drink Belgian Beer (https://drinkbelgianbeer.com) preps us for his trip to Cantillon Zwanze Day in Brussels and corrects Jake's misconceptions about that fine brewing establishment. He might make our Jordan sad with his harsh wor…
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This Labor of Love episode marks the beginning of a two-part exploration into the evolution of HIV care during pregnancy. Haben Debessai, MD, from the CDC Foundation and Rhoda Sperling, MD, FACOG, from Mount Sinai join Labor of Love host Veronica Pimentel, MD, MS, FACOG, to dissect the groundbreaking research that transformed the treatment and disc…
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In this AOC member/subscriber-only episode of From the Crows’ Nest, host Ken Miller is joined once again by John Knowles, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Electromagnetic Dominance (JED) and Matt Thompson, AOC’s Senior Analyst to discuss current events and news on electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO). Together, they share their insights on I…
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Join host Jason Altmire as he delves into the transformative potential of apprenticeships in bridging the skills gap and reshaping the workforce landscape. In this episode, Altmire speaks with Ryan Craig, Managing Director at Achieve Partners and author of "Apprentice Nation." Craig, a leading expert on apprenticeships, highlights the need for alte…
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Our first visit to OPACY this season was an anticipated debut, a miracle of (not)rain, and a much heralded yet underwhelming Jackson vs Jackson smackdown. And lots of attention to the number seven. Elly has us considering a road trip to CIN, and Vaughn makes us think Worcester is nice this time of year. Zach has six runs to his credit in only one g…
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The 340B community has seen major activity on several fronts since the start of 2024 – the introduction of new legislation on Capitol Hill, movement on legislation in the states, and key developments in the courts. 340B Health President and CEO Maureen Testoni returns to the show to help us make sense of these developments and how they might affect…
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On this episode of Driving Forward, host Andrew Stasiowski sits down with American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) President and CEO Stacy Tetschner to talk about safety infrastructure ahead of National Work Zone Awareness Week. ATSSA represents the manufacturers or installers of roadway safety infrastructure like guardrails, cable barr…
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In this episode of From the Crow’s Nest, host Ken Miller talks to Brian “Hinks” Hinkley, a retired Navy Captain and President of the Association of Old Crows. The two talk about how far the world of EW has changed in recent years, including evidence that people are understanding how critical EW and EMSO is in combat situations around the world. Bri…
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How much do you tip? 15% and 20 if the service is good? 20% all the time? 10%? What if you knew that 70% of tipped workers were women, and they made as little as $2.13 per hour? This week, NOW National President Christian F. Nunes speaks with Saru Jarayaman, the co-founder and president of One Fair Wage, about the fight for economic equality, why t…
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We workshop the LMB acronym to account for the Mexican League signing players of questionable character. We aren’t just yanking Verdugo’s chain, we are teaching you valuable vocabulary in multiple languages. We review your four options when you catch a home run ball during a game, starting with It Belongs To You. A little over a week in and our guy…
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Roll out the barrels and pop open those NA brews, because The DC Beer Show hosts are back with an episode that's all malt, hops, and sober sips! Let's dive into episode "Valley Malt: A Grain Changer" with Michael Stein, Brandy Holder, Jacob Berg, and Jordan Harvey at the helm, sharing their love for barley and bubbles. Our hosts kick things off wit…
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During the past year, there have been new developments to guidelines for vaccination in pregnancy—most notably the addition of the maternal RSV vaccine. Yvonne Butler Tobah, MD, FACOG, from the Mayo Clinic and Christopher Watson, MD, MPH, from Ascension Sacred Heart join Labor of Love host Veronica Pimentel, MD, MS, FACOG, to explore the latest cli…
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In this AOC member/subscriber-only episode of From the Crows’ Nest, host Ken Miller is joined once again by John Knowles, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Electromagnetic Dominance (JED) and Matt Thompson, AOC’s Senior Analyst to discuss current events and news on electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO). Together, they share their insights on r…
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Dean is joined by his colleagues, Republican Bruce Mehlman and Democrat David Thomas to look at what Congress has to do when they get back from Spring Break, the Speaker’s challenges, and how the presidential election is shaping up.By Mehlman Consulting
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Author Dr. Nate Klemp shares insights on the challenges posed by modern distractions and polarization with host Jason Altmire. In his book, "Open: Living with an Expansive Mind in a Distracted World," Dr. Klemp offers strategies for cultivating a more open and mindful approach to life. He also explores the impact of technology on our attention and …
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Welcome to Season 8 of No Crying in Baseball! Join us as we laugh, fight, make (probably) terrible predictions, and drink beer from the North (and the northeast). Pottymouth is team Jeff, and Patti is team Rhys and everything gets back to Dustin and Manny. We talk Opening Day – Did Patti write the talking points for the new Os ownership? She’s defi…
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In this episode of From the Crow’s Nest, host Ken Miller talks to author Dr. Joseph Guerci about the evolution and outlook for cognitive electronic warfare systems. Dr. Guerci is an internationally recognized leader in research and development of next generation sensor and cognitive systems and has over 30 years of experience in government, industr…
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Our theme this season is “Women Leading Democracy.” And yet, lately, it feels as though our democracy itself has become fragile. Frail. This episode, we are shoring up our strength. NOW National President Christian F. Nunes is thrilled to speak with Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi. She was the 52nd Speaker of the United States House of Representatives…
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As we head to Opening Day, we bring you our fantasy lineups, walk you through the whole Ohtani kerfuffle, and Optimist Patti enjoys her new nickname. Blake Snell finds a team at last, while Francisco Lindor and Edwin Diaz make a video showing their love for Puerto Rico. Optimist Patti makes a pro/con list for Peter Angelos. There are no winners. Ou…
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One of the most important elements of 340B compliance is preventing duplicate discounts. Ensuring there are no duplicate discounts is high on the list of compliance concerns for covered entities, and it is one of the major items that 340B auditors look for. But how do these entities ensure they stay compliant? On this episode, we speak to Melissa B…
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Pop the top off your favorite brew and settle in for an enlightening episode of The DC Beer Show, as hosts Michael Stein, Brandy Holder, and Jacob Berg take you on another craft beer journey. We've got all the events coming up in DMV, but today's focus is on the incomparable Dr. J. Jackson-Beckham. In this special session, Mike Stein dives deep int…
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With the price of materials and construction rising, inflation has hit the construction industry particularly hard. On this episode of Driving Forward, host Andrew Stasiowski talks to Alex Etchen, Senior Director for Infrastructure Advancement with the Associated General Contractors of America. Alex tells Andrew how, despite the billions invested i…
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Hepatitis during pregnancy might feel like a complex case to manage, and ACOG wants to help clinicians support patients with a hepatitis diagnosis. Tatyana Kushner, MD, MSCE, from Mount Sinai and Tosin Goje, MD, MSCR, FACOG, from Cleveland Clinic join Labor of Love host Veronica Pimentel, MD, MS, FACOG, to shine a light on hepatitis B and C, the tw…
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In this AOC member/subscriber-only episode of From the Crows’ Nest, host Ken Miller is joined from Toulouse, France, by Dr. Tom Withington and San Antonio, TX, by Matt Thompson, AOC’s Senior Analyst to discuss current events and news on electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO) from literally around the world. Dr. Withington is the Editor, defense…
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The United States will have an estimated shortage of between 200,000 and 450,000 nurses next year. On top of that, more than 600,000 registered nurses plan to leave the workforce by 2027. Host Jason Altmire speaks with Patty Knecht, VP and Chief Nursing Officer for Ascend Learning, to learn more about the reasons for this drastic shortage and how t…
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In a weakened moment of falling for Pottymouth logic, Patti agrees to a change in our fantasy team rules and we select pitchers from two teams instead of just one. Pottymouth shares her picks from the Mariners and Phillies, and Patti goes Dodgers/Orioles. We don’t think Josh Winckowski’s excuse will get you out of jury duty but it worked for him, s…
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In this episode of From the Crow’s Nest, host Ken Miller and AOC senior analyst Matt Thompson host a panel of experts with the U.S. Air Force’s 55th Electronic Combat Group called Compass Call. Lt. Col. Jesse Palchick and 1st Lt. Colin Schulz discuss the plans to transition their fleet from the aging EC-130H to the EA-37B aircraft and describe the …
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2024 is an election year, and democracy itself seems like it’s on the ballot. That’s why for our second season we’ve selected a theme: Women Leading Democracy. Throughout this season, we’ll hear from women and feminist allies about how and why women can and should lead in our country. There is no better way to start than with women’s reproductive r…
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