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MONDAY @8PM, Join us LIVE on our RELATIONSHIP SERIES with Nate Fowler & Lady Marni Ali with CHURCH IN THE RAW...titled: THE CONVERSATION -Man 2 Women, Women 2 Man. Our kings & Queens, we are looking for you to have a conversation with us giving us YOUR thoughts as well on what it takes to keep your relationship together & Spicy! What keeps your interest? Why would a man/woman cheat? What turns you on or off? How do you REALLY know he/she is the right one for YOU? What will motivate you to keep working harder to please your mate? What will encourage you to submit? We want to hear from YOU.. (646)652-2912 — with Nate Fowler.
Heavy.com writers Joe Scumaci and TJ Hatter discuss, debate, argue and breakdown all the news from across the football world. They'll talk NFL headlines, recap week by week performances, who performed and who disappointed.
It's a podcast that is sure to bring the realest football talk out there. Can't get enough of these two bros breaking down the sport we all know and love? Check out football.com and heavy.com for weekly articles and videos covering the entire landscape of the National Football League
This week we are looking back at a big weekend in the UFC. We recap UFC on Fox 13: dos Santos vs Miocic and talk about the crowning of the first ever UFC woman's strawweight champion. Are there clear cut number one contenders in the UFC lightweight and heavyweight divisions? How does the heavyweight division shake up following three huge heavyweight fights? Nate Diaz is a good fighter but is his attitude keeping him from being a great fighter?
Get all the wrap up from a weekend of free UFC right here on this week's Majority Decision.
Keith Schlosser, Managing Editor of RidiculousUpside.com, and NBA blogger Dakota Schmidt return for a second season of the site's live broadcast podcast.
New Bakersfield Jam head coach Nate Bjorkgren calls in to discuss the still young season, the team's relationship with the Phoenix Suns, and more.
Upside & Motor (upsidemotor.com) Editor-in-Chief Scott Rafferty speaks to the guys about his impressions of the new season and the league's top prospects as well.
Cinema Royale's Travis Hopson sits down with writer/director Gina Prince-Bythewood and star Nate Parker to talk about their music industry romance, Beyond the Lights!
In the January issue of Christian Standard, more than a dozen church leaders give their prescription for making your church healthy. In this special episode, we talk with three of them.
Nate Bush, lead pastor with New City Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, wrote, A Healthy Church Helps Make a Healthy Community.
Jeff Faull, minister with Mount Gilead Church in Mooresville, Indiana, wrote, A Healthy Church Is Doctrinally Strong.
Joe Putting, senior pastor with Tomoka Christian Church, Ormond Beach, Florida, wrote, A Healthy Church Is a Giving Church.
Read their pieces in Christian Standard (here’s how to download it today: http://christianstandard.com/subscribe/digital-subscriptions/). Then plan to join our conversation. Each of these fellows has more to say than print space allowed. And we’ll talk with all of them about more than their assigned topic!
We’re looking forward to a rich discussion about earmarks of a healthy church.
"Political science tells us that campaigns are about driving elections towards or away from a natural outcome. When modelers make models, they are trying to predict a ‘natural’ endpoint. There is always the possibility of biasing your actual calculation. Adding in assumptions like fundamentals could be right and could be wrong, but what they represent is basically a hypothesis about where the race ought to be. Making a model like that is a good political science experiment, but we should be clear that we are adding assumptions on top of the polls."Dr Sam Wang
"That model is wrong(Dr Wang's) — not necessarily because it shows Democrats ahead (ours barely shows any Republican advantage), but because it substantially underestimates the uncertainty associated with polling averages and thereby overestimates the win probabilities for candidates with small leads in the polls. This is because instead of estimating the uncertainty empirically — that is, by looking at how accurate polls or polling averages have been in the past — Wang makes several assumptions about how polls behave that don’t check out against the data." Nate Silver
"Political science is Not a science"former President Nixon
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