35 Burst results for "A. Ah"

Eric Metaxas and Charlie on the Weakness of Christian Leaders Today

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 3 d ago

Eric Metaxas and Charlie on the Weakness of Christian Leaders Today

"This is a beach Kylie telling sky to the quote gender has impacted our understanding of God. There's got to be an evolving conversation about gender and how that plays into our understanding of God. This is, these are faith leaders play cut 25. I sense that folks younger than us have increasing awareness around how gender has impacted our understanding of God and our language around God and even our roles in society. And I think there's going to be an evolving conversation about gender and how that plays into our understanding of God. Now, I'm not sure if she's a pastor, but she is on staff at a church in Raleigh, North Carolina. I think she's also on weed Charlie. Just point at theological point. The when you play that for me, I just can't, but you have to understand it's so painful for me to listen to that because sky, just fanny. You know, a couple of years ago, I considered him a friend, you know, we're on the same side of things. We believe in Jesus. The madness that has entered the church, it's just, let me be really clear. The said, why did I write the book letter to the American church? I wrote it to reach people who don't know what they think. When they hear something like that, this is Christian pastors and leaders, and they go, ah, yeah, maybe I need to I need to play ball. I need to hear more about this. I want to say to them nonsense. These people are importing insane ideas and if you care about your congregation. And by the way, if you love your neighbors who live in your community, you need to stand against this.

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What Was the FBI's Role in Searching for the Biden Docs?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | Last week

What Was the FBI's Role in Searching for the Biden Docs?

"The biggest news story overnight. It was revealed in garage gate that the Department of Justice and the FBI considered but rejected a role in searching for Joe Biden's documents. I'm shocked, shocked that the FBI didn't want to go to Joe Biden's house for the warrant. Just to make sure the Justice Department considered having FBI agents monitor a search by President Biden's lawyer for classified documents at homes at his homes, but decided against it. Both to avoid complicating later stages of the investigation and because mister Biden's attorneys had quickly turned over a first batch, and were cooperating, according to people familiar with the matter. Now, do you think anybody else in the world gets that? Oh, I've given you everything you need. We looked that. We found some more, but don't worry, there's nothing else. Ah. Third batch of documents. We're going to keep looking. And the FBI does not normally say to the mafioso or to the crime boss or to the terrorist or to the embezzler or to sandbank and freed. Okay, you take it from there and get back to us. Normally, they do the searching and apparently they were invited to. But they didn't want to get involved. That's not exactly what happened with Donald Trump.

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House GOP Needs to Look Into the Connection Between Biden & Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | Last week

House GOP Needs to Look Into the Connection Between Biden & Ukraine

"What happens with politicians is that they want to get on TV You can knock them all you want If you were in their position you want to do it too It helps them raise money helps get their name ID out there There's every incentive to do So they'll say anything So what happens is something becomes like the topic du jour in the media like visitor logs at The White House And in order to get on TV you'll have a thousand congressmen email and bookers on shows going ah I can comment about the visitor lives And what happens is we get totally distracted away from the real scandal that Biden may have sold his last name to a foreign government Thanks Jim That's the scandal So if I were doing this the first thing I would do is I would get Tony bob alinsky in there Tony Baba linsky was the business partner to Biden Joe Biden Jim Biden Hunter Biden and Biden Inc The man served this country I believe he was in the U.S. Navy he is a more than credible witness I would sign him up stat I mean sign him up by dude You know what I'm saying Rhetorically speaking I would get him in there and start following the money trail from from Ukraine To burisma in Ukraine the natural gas company what was going on there which loci one of the burisma guys and the Ukrainian government Ukraine burisma Hunter Biden and the Hunter Biden money that went back to Joe Biden Now bob alinsky may not have been part and parcel of that deal But the sin of hawk holdings deal and some of the China deals and potential deals he was I would start getting bank records I would start subpoenaing members of the Biden family let them lawyer up if they have to but you better try to get a statement out of them

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Byron Donalds: Kevin McCarthy Doesn't Have the Votes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Byron Donalds: Kevin McCarthy Doesn't Have the Votes

"I think he has miscalculated, I believe he thought he'd sail through or maybe ah, maybe a little rocky at first. Byron Daniels here in Florida, he went from a yes vote to McCarthy to a no vote on by the third round. It went the wrong direction. I saw Chad pergram on Fox News yesterday who's a real smart reporter, say, listen, if this thing gets over 19, 18, 19, you know, no votes, McCarthy's in trouble. It got to 20. He's in trouble. And Kevin McCarthy is going to have to give major concessions to these 20 Republicans. Now, tell me where I'm wrong. Byron donalds, by the way, I said Daniels. Byron donalds was a yes to McCarthy vote and you know what they asked him I saw very quick short succinct interview after he voted no on Kevin McCarthy on the third vote. They said, why did you vote? No, he goes because he doesn't have the votes.

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If You're One of the Sideline Cynics, Listen Up....

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

If You're One of the Sideline Cynics, Listen Up....

"Some of these prognosticators from the cheap seats from the audience say, oh, what's the point you're going to break that new year's resolution? I think that's a very, if you are one of those people stop it. You are making the world a worse place. If you are a cynic towards other people that want to self improve that have been honest enough with ourselves to say, you know what, I'm not all that I could be. And you are one of the people on the sidelines saying, ah, what's the point? You're going to break that resolution. Why put in the effort? You should have a new year's resolution to stop doing that. And I think one of the reasons why so many people break their new year's resolutions is that kind of cynic chattering class that has only grown in number and volume. Over the last couple of years, where the community of people that want to improve is dramatic. I mean, I see the emails, by the way, my wife Erica runs a fabulous Bible ministry that allows you to read the entire Bible in the course of the year. You guys could check it out at Bible in three 6 5 dot com. That's Bible in three 6 5 dot com. And one of the features she has as part of her ministry to try to have people grow spiritually and to achieve spiritual depth, which is I think the most important thing a human being can achieve a spiritual depth. Is she has a prayer request portal where she is able to hear the prayer requests of what is going on in the world over 30,000 people have sent them in. And in some ways, it is, it's more accurate than a poll because it's real and it's not filtered through some sort of firm that might want a specific outcome and some algorithm that we're kind of out of the loop on. And it is so fascinating to see where the country is at. And it is by far the most depressed I've ever seen a country. And I'm not trying to make you depressed. In fact, I actually think you could take this and one or two ways. You can also then be even more depressed than you are and then go in a cycle of negativity and pessimism and despair, or you could say, wow, that's a problem. Let's go about fixing it and I'm going to choose to at least pursue love joy and peace or happiness.

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Larry O'Connor: Larger Corps Don't Have Visionaries Anymore

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last month

Larry O'Connor: Larger Corps Don't Have Visionaries Anymore

"You saw it with Apple At one point and I think you're seeing it with Apple again With their currency Where you have a visionary like herb Kelleher like Steve Jobs Like Walt Disney and frankly after him it wasn't until Michael eisner And Jeffrey katzenberg where you actually had visionaries back in charge of Disney Where you had people who had a passion for the product that the company made And then they go away for one reason or another sometimes because they die or retire Or move on Sometimes there's a hostile takeover by investors Who want to go in another direction And then they put somebody in place that doesn't have that love for the product They don't even understand the product that the company sells Wall Street would have you believe that the product doesn't matter The people with MBAs coming out of your Ivy League schools will have you believe that knowledge of the actual end product is superfluous to running a good company That there's some sort of mold or cookie cutter That you can just put in place And in Apple is the perfect example They get rid of Steve Jobs they put in a guy whose claim to fame was running Pepsi Ah you know same thing It doesn't matter it's a consumer product You can sell a soft drink At the time probably 75 cents Or you can sell a $1500 personal computer It's really ultimately the same business That's the mindset That's the mentality

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Michelle Obama admits she couldn't stand husband Barack for 10 years

The Officer Tatum Show

01:12 min | Last month

Michelle Obama admits she couldn't stand husband Barack for 10 years

"Hey, Michelle Obama says she couldn't stand Barack for ten years. I got news for you, Michelle. I got you beat. I still can't stand them. Former First Lady Michelle Obama said, quote, she couldn't stand her husband, former president Barack Obama. When their children were young and she said, people think I'm being catty for saying this. It's like there were ten years where I couldn't stand my husband. This is what the former First Lady said in an interview earlier this month with revolt and guess when it happened when those kids were little. The Obama daughters malia and Sasha were ages 7 and ten when they moved into The White House. Their mother said in the interview to promote her new book that the young children pose a challenge as she and the former president advance their careers. Wow, for ten years while we were trying to build our careers and worrying about school and who's doing what and what I was like, ah, this, this isn't even, she said, and guess what? Marriage isn't 50 50 ever, ever. There are items I'm 70. He's sturdy. There are times he's 60, I'm 40, but guess what? Ten years. We've been married 30. I would take ten bad years over 30. It's just how you look at it. People give up 5 years, I can't take it. Okay, I give her props for that.

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Joe Scarborough Vents Following Musk's Poll to Step Down From Twitter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

Joe Scarborough Vents Following Musk's Poll to Step Down From Twitter

"So Elon Musk, giving his critics, it seems what they want. Here's the cut 13 Joe Scarborough mocking Elon Musk's Twitter shocker and it is pretty shocking. I mean, he said, should I step down as Twitter? As head of Twitter, yes or no, I'll abide by the results of the decision. Well, the people have spoken overwhelmingly, he's going to step down, I guess. Here was Scarborough this morning on morning Joe. The vast majority of wealth are in blue states, regardless of who's winning elections. And those 70% are the ones that buy the overwhelming majority of Tesla. So if people on the right decide, oh, well, you know, we're going to shut down Disney World. We're going to shut down this. We're going to no you're not. There's a reason why corporations are not do gunners. I'm sorry, it's just when you see BP going out and saying how much they love nature. Whatever. They're not too good. They're worried about their bottom line, right? So it's Coca-Cola or somebody else does something that upsets the far right. You can try to own the libs. They're not doing it because they want to be loved by the libs. They want to make money. And this is what Elon Musk, I can't believe it. He never understand. Look at the data. Your teslas are bought by the limbs. You're trying to own. They don't want them anymore. Ah, so it's all about the Tesla stock. And after this poll, Tesla stock went up about 5% today.

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Colin Farrell Had Secret Affair With Liz Taylor

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:22 min | Last month

Colin Farrell Had Secret Affair With Liz Taylor

"I remember, you know, when I was hanging out back in the day with Colin Farrell, I mean, this is amazing. And Colin Farrell at this point was so handsome and like ravishing like every girl wanted to be with Colin Farrell. And I was out with him one night and he was up in the shell Rodriguez. The Fast & Furious star, and we had done drugs together. It's a long story. It's a funny story. We went to the bathroom together and he asked me for some cocaine. I turned around. I was taking a piss and I turned around and he's sitting on the ball, taking a shit. I couldn't believe it. I'm like, what? How do I get out of here? Like he's sitting on the bolt. Anyhow, it just was one of those crazy Hollywood moments, but he told me that night and the next several nights we hung out that he was carrying on this affair with Elizabeth Taylor. I'm like, wait, what? What do you guys 40 years apart? I can't even explain it to you. When you look into her eyes, when you kiss her when you just, it is something happens to me. I go, ah, I don't get it, but man, he goes, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, no. You have to understand. There's something about her. She just consumes you and what am I going to do? Say he was lying and then eventually Elizabeth Taylor dies. Because of her addictions and I think she dies in like 2011 and she was like 80 years old, said they 9 years old, something like that. But very sad, you know? Very, very, very sad. To know that at her age, she was able to snag a stunned in Hollywood. As young as Colin Farrell, that just blew my mind. And that's in the book. I mean, you go from Richard Burton to Colin Farrell. I think something about Colin Farrell reminded of her of Richard Burton

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The Power of the Immutable Ledger With Chairman Elijah Bowdre

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:22 min | Last month

The Power of the Immutable Ledger With Chairman Elijah Bowdre

"I'm Elijah John boudreau or chairman baudre of the Miami dade county cryptocurrency task force. Originally from Long Beach, California. But actually, I spent my early career was in finance. Working doing hedge fund private equity sales in New York for JPMorgan until O 9 when there was a little thing called global financial crisis. That washed me out. And I moved to China. I did that, so you brought up prior to going to work and those connections there after layoff from working on 6 O 9. In New York, got an opportunity to start a business. It's actually a joint venture. One of the largest entertainment and logistics entities in China and with my own company. And it was there, you know, doing sourcing. So I was sourced over 1200 different products from China. They're 9 years speak Mandarin. And been a probably 40 cities in China dump business in 11 countries. I'll make my first $1 million when I was 24. Under my company. But then it was 2012 when a client reached out to me and a friend of a friend and said that they wanted to do a transaction and what the source something from China, but they had a peculiar caveat. They didn't want to use dollars for money. Well, they said, and I'm thinking okay, money, you want to get a Singaporean dollars. We want to use some springs. What's the unit? It's fine. Come to find out, they didn't want to use any Fiat currency. Period, they wanted to use the Internet protocol called Bitcoin. And in 2012, I had never heard of it before living in China. Making a lot of money have a lot of fun. But I was skeptical. I was like, what are you going to pay for the Internet coins? Like, oh yeah, it's a trace of them. I don't want to deal with that. But I took it to my partner and he was like, hey, you know what? You should look into this. This is the future decentralized peer to peer cash. And I'm like, ah, okay, we'll use it for trace that way. And then actually did that for quite a while, make it money off it. But it was enough early days. It was very analog. I had to actually receive 8 accounts when I first met Bitcoin was 85 cents.

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Onewheel RECALL?- #letusride

Parts Counter Gurus Podcast

04:57 min | 2 months ago

Onewheel RECALL?- #letusride

"Over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet? Oh yeah, so you're talking about a OneWheel. And. There is this whole class of personal transport vehicles that is out now. And I actually learned this from Disney because I had to look up the rules at the Disney campground to see what was allowed. Segues. Is it PT? Is it PTV or PEV? It falls under either personal transport vehicle or plugin electric vehicle or personal electric vehicle. And one wheel, a segue, electric kick scooter, the ones that we've podcasted on where you see a lot of people like renting. Same class, basically. So I got a OneWheel for my birthday. And can you rent this? They are. Can you rent these? I don't think so. Probably not, unless somebody bought a lot of them and it's just going to melt. A lot of those and a lot of insurance. Anybody. Yeah. Yeah, so they're dangerous, of course. And there is risk involved. But some of it, just like anything else, Jay, it just completely depends on. When you learn to ride a bicycle, you probably started with training wheels, or at the very least you started with your feet on the ground, and you weren't going 15 miles an hour,

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Onewheel RECALL - #letusride

Parts Counter Gurus Podcast

04:47 min | 2 months ago

Onewheel RECALL - #letusride

"Hey, coming up on today's podcast. We have a recall, a safety recall on a device called a OneWheel. Do you know what a OneWheel is? Well, we just happen to have side shot on hand. It's going to explain that to us. Along with, we've got a little racing coming back to the Nashville fairgrounds, and if you don't know about that, we're going to tell you all about it. We got some chin edition, F one 50 lightning sema build talk. The next gen Prius is out. We're going to tell you what it is and what it isn't. How fast is that new lucid sapphire? Get off your money. You might want to buy one. It's going to be cool. And did you know that Twitter has movies now? All that, coming up on the days podcast right after this. Hey everybody, welcome into the podcast. The counter show with my good friend Keith over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet?

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Sorelle Amore: A Central Digital Credit System Favors the Government

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Sorelle Amore: A Central Digital Credit System Favors the Government

"I want to play one more cut for you This is sarella Moore explaining digital currency She's pretty popular on these video platforms Talking again about the danger of this stuff Folks it is nothing more than a mechanism to make your phone not only a homing Beacon and a location device but to make it a device to be able to shut off your money at a moment's notice So you can't escape you can't get out of a country you can't get out of a location and you can't buy anything if the government deems you unworthy deplorable or one of the Here listen to this The government is already able to program what its citizens can and can not spend their money on Over the last few years they've limited millions of people's ability to buy things like train tickets passports and luxury goods They're able to do this because of China's intense social credit system that links each person's identity and actions to their bank account Allowing the government to see and to control everything a citizen does with their money And it seems like the west is paying attention The nations like Sweden South Africa and Canada trials of programmable Central Bank currencies are already underway In fact almost half of the world's nations are at some stage of implementing this kind of programmable money meaning no matter where in the world you live this technology is likely only a few years away Ah there you go Wow that's not coming here Really Really it's not there I'm telling you there are some Republicans who support this Two No it is coming here We still got time to stop it She said something very interesting there too Did you guys catch it Did you mention train tickets And tickets and plane tickets The great way to keep dissidents air quotes from traveling out of your country if you're the Chinese Communist Party right Shut down their money so they can't buy a plane ticket out Then they can say oh is this a prison state No no it's not a they can leave any time

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The TCU Horned Frogs Deserve Their Place in the College Football Top 4

Fore The People

01:03 min | 2 months ago

The TCU Horned Frogs Deserve Their Place in the College Football Top 4

"Perfect transition into Thanksgiving week here. The TC horcrux. I mean, I'll be honest with you. The last, I don't know, when they were 8 no 7 O 8 no, I was like, ah, they're kind of pretending, you know, it's cute, cute little story so far. Cute little school, you know, they're going undefeated, winning these games barely. Now I'm convinced I am totally sold out that they are definitely one of the best four teams in the country. They beat Texas at Texas at night. There's a 100,000 people there. Way outnumbered fan wise. And really, I mean, the score shows a little closer than I thought it really was. 17, ten. I mean, I thought y'all played the better game there and then obviously this Baylor win after what looked like a less miles clock management situation at the end. Also turned into a less miles result at the end. So yeah, I'm convinced TC is the fourth best team in the country. No doubt about it. They deserve to be in it at this point. Also,

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Does It Matter That Trump Is Back on Twitter?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Does It Matter That Trump Is Back on Twitter?

"First of all, this is a point I don't know if you've heard this either Chris but Edward workman said Ilan's rigged pole and reinstatement quote unquote of Trump's account was a troll, nothing more. Truth, social agreement with digital world acquisition company explicitly states his post must exclusively be untrue social for at least the first 6 hours after being issued. So as the most easily owned lib in America, I get that I'm supposed to go, but I honestly, I don't give a you know what I mean. Whatever. I mean I was actually when that came out because I was one of my reactions was, oh, thank God I don't have to go on truth socially. We're truth toilet as I prefer to call it. And then I saw that, and it was like, well, great. And then he said, now I'm going to stay on truth social. And I was like, ah man, I really hate your site. I mean, why don't we all invade that? Yeah. Why don't we all just flood into truth so sure? Sure. You know, I look to a lot of people we love on like Sarah kensy or something. I do not see the information space. Andrew workman saw, I said, I'll be on this platform long after Elon Musk has gone and Donald Trump is in prison, you know? So I'm not leaving, you know, at one point I thought I contemplated, could I handle it if Trump was back? And then I'm like, I don't care, man. You know, I'm going to hear about him no matter what. I was on it. But he was announced for president.

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Eric Speaks With David Berlinski, Noted Polymath

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Eric Speaks With David Berlinski, Noted Polymath

"Ladies and gentlemen, we're talking about algebra. But the concept of variables as expressed by letters and I just find it funny, David, maybe you can explain maybe. What was the deeper answer you were looking for when you said your baffled by 5 X equals 25, how can you multiply a letter by what was the answer? I feel like you're looking for some deep look, Eric, if somebody had told me when I was in the 9th grade and very, very immature intellectually, look, you're familiar with this. You just don't recognize the point of familiarity. You use pronouns all the time. It's exactly the same thing. We're just using a pronoun. I got a much better answer when I learned mathematical logic, formal languages and exactly what a variable was as you just pointed out. But in the 9th grade, I was really, I was baffled by lots of things in mathematics. The only cost that made perfect sense was Euclidean geometry. That's a very common common experience. I didn't understand percentages. I couldn't quite figure out percentages. What is percent? I didn't know. And nobody could explain it to me. I had difficulties with fractions. I mean, what does it mean to say one over two? I got myself baffled over two part of two, and it was only when I got together with Dan gallen, the friend I mentioned, he gave me the formal definition of division from the mathematical logic point of view. Ah, now I understand it.

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Malcolm Nance Discusses the Wayward Ukraninan Missle Hit on Poland

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance Discusses the Wayward Ukraninan Missle Hit on Poland

"This was obviously a huge relief this morning. The missile that hit Poland was probably a stray fired by Ukraine's air defense and not a Russian strike according to Poland and NATO. Yesterday, obviously easing concerns of an escalation. Just give us your thoughts. Well, first, you know, I've been in that relatively immediate area of where that strike. Where that missile exploded. A lot of activities were along the Polish Ukrainian border. And I did training out in that area, and we were under constant air raid alert. Constant air raid alert. And you know, these missiles take hours to fly to their targets. And they have to fly through several air defense zones. And each air defense zone, you know, has its own air control radars, air detection radars, and its batteries of surface to air missiles. And when you come into an area like where this hit, which is northwest of the city of lviv, those missiles had to have flown hundreds of miles to get there, right? To FYI you when they shoot those hypersonic missiles off of these bombers over western Russia, it's a 17 hour car drive from one end of Ukraine to the other. So it's a very long missile flight, even at three, 400 mph. It takes some time. So the air defense systems are waiting for you, right? And they try to engage you as far away as possible. In a 360° protective circle. And sometimes like this one, I suspect the missile went up, went to the east, tracked on the cruise missile, and one of them may even have destroyed the cruise missile, but they launch in Paris generally. Yeah. And the other one was tracking it as it went west and it just went stupid as we call it. And crashed into Poland. I'm glad that they're, you know, Russia didn't lose its mind and didn't try to do anything deliberately. I'm glad that it wasn't an accident. Because we need to tone down this whole, let's go to World War three stuff. Yeah. Because Ukraine, you know, was attacked by Russia. We all know that. But there's no need to really want to escalate. And then Ukraine is. I mean, when I heard this yesterday, I was like, ah, Putin's invaded Poland. Where does that sound familiar? I mean, because at first, you know, you didn't know what it was. So yeah, you're right. It's a relief,

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Is Winning the Only Thing That Matters?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Is Winning the Only Thing That Matters?

"A lot of and you know I had an interesting argument with not an argument, but a friendly disagreement with my pal Mark Davis. Because Mark keeps saying, I'd vote for a disembodied head if it was a Republican over any Democrat. While I get the spirit of that, I gently reminded him, well, you're saying that winning is the only thing that matters. If winning is the only thing that matters, you would wish that roe V wade wasn't overturned. Because roe V wade drove a lot of hysterical people to the polls. No question about it. I knew the day that roe V wade was announced. When the dob's decision was handed down, I knew that would hurt us politically. You know how many, you know how many babies have been brought into the world since that decision? You know how many lives that have been saved? The mainstream media has pointed out thousands. So let me ask you a question. Would you trade that? Would you trade that away? Would you say roe V wade shouldn't have been overturned so that we could win the big have the big red wave? And when I pointed out to mark, mark said, ah, I see what you mean. He almost said, I see what you did there. Because what I did there is point out you wouldn't just vote for a disembodied head. No, no self respecting person would vote and say winning is the only thing that matters when human life is on the line. How any self respecting person could vote for John fetterman? It's something I'll never understand. I guess they use the Mark Davis rule of voting for a disembodied head, because frankly, obviously a lot of people in Pennsylvania practically did.

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"You're doing time today. Aren't thanks a lot. Joe enjoyed it jay. Who my man. Thanks again for taking the time on the h. one cobra. I really enjoyed that. Learned a lot. And he's right here in san diego so hopefully we'll maybe hear or see him again soon. Yeah good times boy. We really did cover a lot on the age. I learned a lot. And i know some of you as you often do after these episodes are going to say. Hey you didn't really cover any of the army models. Those early single engine models in your right part of it is that we just don't want to take a bunch more time. This isn't the joe rogan through our experience. This is the fighter pilot podcast. And so we're not gonna cover it all part of that is just. Don't do the research part of it is we. Don't wanna take all day and part of it. Frankly is i wanna leave you wanting a little more. Maybe we'll circle back. Maybe we'll do a blog on at something. I don't know and of course a lot of this stuff is available on the internet anyway. So good times learned a lot. Hope you enjoyed it all right. Couple of follow up thoughts here. Blue thunder is the name of the roy schneider movie i remember enjoying it as a kid. I bet if i watched today i'd probably agree with seventy eight percent god on rotten tomatoes four out of five stars but i remember join it as a kid and then jalen got back to me. He set his friends told him that. The whiskey is about ten to fifteen men hours per flight hour in zulu being the newer model of course slightly lasts about eight to twelve man hours per flight hour and then he couldn't find anyone who knew the numbers so i googled it and found a two thousand seventeen secretary of defense memo that pitched the faa teen. Read out what i was saying. Thirteen thousand dollars per flight hour. T. has the whiskey at about nine thousand per flight hour and the zulu a little over half that about five thousand dollars per flight hour which is quite a savings and again. I can't help but wonder how much of that is. The all that new technology he talked about. I really love the example since my wife just bought a tesla anyway and i have an old muscle car. It's not a camaro but it's a mustang and so yeah. I definitely get the difference between the whiskey and the zulu ones the old muscle car. And the others tesla good stuff anyway. If there's anything else we mentioned there that we screwed up or got wrong or left out. Let me know questions at fighter pilot. Podcasts dot com where you can reach us and that's going to do it for this one now. We haven't had a real episode in a while. So i got a bunch of new supporters to mention in. I'm so happy folks. Show up sport the show because they get a lot of cool perks and we get to keep the lights on and the microphone running so big thanks to strike leads jaden chain. Christopher nari jimmy. Range croff and travis anders. We have bisham commanders. Greg lund benny harwell vanessa brown at david linen and then airbus's that's.

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"In the past couple of decades has always been close-air-support. How we help that marine on the ground. That needs us. I think one of the special things about the marine corps is how integrated we are in. You know we talked about the basic school and things like that so ma best friend is an infantry guy and always thought about that in the back of my mind. How can train better today. How can i do a better job. So that when he needs me. I can go help him. So you know that close-air-support mission is really our bread and butter and it's what's near and dear to my heart and would always you know has that place for me is just helping those marines on the ground and doing what we need to do to make sure that they get what they need in our really glad. You said that jason. Because i have a couple personal crusades i've with this show and one of them has been breaking down the stereotypes you being a military aviator marine. Aviator you might be unfairly stereotyped as oh look at me. Our colorado mirrored sunglasses but in your community of cobra guys. Is it about them. Or is it about the marine on the ground and i think i know the answer about the morality ground. A hundred percent. That's what we care about. That's what we think about. That's what we do. There's no bond than all marines have and you wonder if you can to be there for them. Take that hollywood good I've had a few folks talk about that. Even our guest right. They're not supporting the air force guys on the directly but he said the same thing was about eighteen year old with a rifle and i feel like most everyone that i've interviewed for. The show has been the same way as for me. I mean yeah. It was great to fly hornet shirt. I was always serving someone yet. I wasn't just out serving myself out doing something for someone. And i think that's who we are so i'm and so you said you're still the marine corps reserves. Are you flying or you pushing paper. What are you doing powerpoint. I tell you what. I unfortunately not flying cobras but i do have a really awesome job. Fly uc thirty five. Which is citation. You know. Business jet so i go to miramar every once in a while and fire around. Vip's in Take it all over the us. So it's pretty good. Good plus you're still serving and you're still accruing time so that someday you retire from all this you'll have some nice perks instead of just walking away. Yeah exactly time. Fantastic andrew del dean seniority at an airline right. Says that what you're doing now correct..

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"Thing is it has a death date in mind or is it. Just go forever at this point you know. I don't really think so as far as death date goes. Certainly anything can come off the chopping block as at priority shift from different parts of the world to other parts of the world and and what we need as a marine corps. So i think that's one of the biggest strengths as you know. We're willing to do what we have to do with what we have. Who knows it could last for another thirty years It could be gone tomorrow. It's only been around for about ten years. So i'd say it has a good shelf life remaining but i would also probably part of the last generation of actual cobra pilots as we tilt rotor type stuff and things like that. Yeah not really good. Solid answer for But but you remind me. I want to ask you about the zulu. Are they making those from scratch as a line. Still open at bell or these like refurbished older ones Mix of both really. Yep so you can take a whiskey turn into a z and then come sheriff lines but what about the two engines have been around forever now but the single engine. Could you just take airframe and put two engines in it. I single engine cobra. Airframe input jellies longa. Long long long on. Haven't been around for log on if you lose an engine by the way. Are you like holy crap trouble or okay. I just need to put down. Unfortunately as all masters it just depends you know training flight. You can certainly back on one. Sorry you could land. If you needed to combat you might wanna limp at home on one. It depends on the weight you know being on. How heavy are you can certainly stay airborne with one another as you may need to land you. Guys have the ability to get rid of things. Jetta cy young which is great when you need it and if someone presents the wrong button oh okay and then of course our last few questions here are both based on the aim nine. What model of the aim. Nine can carry asks. Anthony lombardo which have already asked you in. Jenin says what training do crews receive for the sidewinders. Defense only or do they train to be able to attack drones or choppers or fixed-wing aircraft and they scored any combat kills with this. So you said the nine mike. The nine is coming so for anthony's point but as far as the training goes again. Everybody else thinks it's cool and sexy but in reality right you don't do a lot of it. Yeah reality and again. I'm speaking from experience a few years ago. But we were trained to it when we need the wall and to get their proficiency and we certainly trained to an defensive standpoint but typically you're not gonna send cobras out to go take out a couple of knicks or something like that so we carry the aim nine for primarily defensive purposes a couple times a year we do not everyone gets to but you know you fire..

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"As some aircraft goes super high man hours per flight hour or cost per our familiar with the cobras at fairly low for both of those or is it aircraft are still complex are absolutely yeah. Well and i wouldn't want any of my Former maintenance marine friends to hear me say it. But i would say that they're like yeah. It's a ton of man now. I couldn't really speak to you. But i would say it's relatively low especially compared to something huge like a super stallion or something like yeah so okay in the fighter world i mean gosh i forget what it was at the end but the f. eighteen was twelve thousand dollars per hour kind of thing. Net fourteen before retired was twenty four hours to one hour flight time kind of thing for maintenance so a fairly simple and i guess maybe built intentionally it'd be repairable in austere locations right. Yeah absolutely serviceable for that matter. Yeah and spent the night in the desert before because we've had an issue and you know they bring a couple of marines and a huey out there and fix it and you flight home the next day so not enough room for sleeping bag but luckily we always have our friends to drop some stuff off for us so spine dropped you off. Sorry about the break kit. Here's a bottle of champagne. Says tommy boy speaking of that. What can you carry. Just a little helmet bag next to you. Is there any storage compartment anywhere. Yes so there isn't a tale. You gotta be careful though. Because there's a spinning metal shaft back there that is attached to the tail rotor. So you to put stuff back there but it's not much room. It's you know it's room for about the size of a lunchbox woman in the cockpit itself. You really have room for your pubs in you know in in four and bala water and that's about it keeping them for there with ya yes if you go down you want to stay in the fight. We had enforce in In nine and afghanistan's guard jeff campbell says there's a story or two involving. Ah one cruise rescuing some friendlies behind battle lines and bringing them back to safety in the rear with that of also heard that the h. one actually might include some sort of formal procedure for that contingency are those stories. True does the h. one. It's crews in fact prepared for that contingency. So i think he's talking about getting folks to stand on the skit tap them on and go. You could definitely do it. I think if you needed to. We don't we certainly don't train era. We don't really keep anything to do that if we needed to. Because like i said we really fight as a team with those hughes so we typically have them with us. So it's not really necessary. I have never heard of it as far as i know. Hey again this being a dumb jet guy so skits right so soon as you start up on the flight line and you need to go somewhere you just lifting a foot or two off the ground and in that way And it would have maintenance needs to move this thing. They have a little specially adapted dolly the yellow jacket out and put wheels on it and then they can tell it where they need to matt. Mcdonough says i'd be curious to know if there are significant differences in how the marine corps trains it's cruised to employ the cobra versus the army's doctrine for the apache is seems like the marines spend more time low and fast when providing fires is.

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"Corps to smaller service so We don't always get all the money that we would like to have improved those kind of things so you get leftover so we spend it all on big carriers instead. You mentioned weapons in. It occurred to me. I didn't ask you about flares. You guys are down rooting around low. Assume you have expendable. Yep is it mostly flares will you have some is well mixed depending on the mission. Yeah okay what the threat is etcetera. Do you have enough of those. Like in the original hornet. We had two buckets thirty each and that was always one of our biggest complaints A couple of when you were out. So did you guys have enough. I mean you definitely had to have a strategy to use them efficiently. But i would certainly say enough to do what you needed it. Today's get all right cool. How about notoriety. Where would the public have seen or heard the h. one unfamiliar with it. Of course having lived this life but is been in the movies. are there any teams or particular newsworthy. Stories that we would've seen it. There's a few movies that it's been an nozzle transformers mission. Impossible three it has a chase. Where a kara's chasing around me. I believe it is another one which is funny is goldmember austin powers so the opening scene a goldmember has it's a spoof on mission impossible three and Austin is tom cruise pretending like he's awesome powers in a movie and he's getting chased by a co in that scene. So i always say that once. I don't remember that is mineral cobra. Guy baby everybody else. Art the only other one. I think is connor connor. I think american sniper but any movie. That's iraq afghanistan for the last future. Yeah for sure cool..

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"They put some avionics on their like infrared sensors and things like that. just look for force fires. And that's what they do. They go out and spot for the many other aircraft. That can drop their not dropping firebombs to backburner unfortunately not if they were. That would definitely job i guess. What relative ease of use or agile like you said which will get to. I mean just the availability but one way or the other. They found their way into some Yeah all right. So how about the looks at our aircraft series. Well we've talked about all these different things have asked you so far never looked. She said they wanted something. Kinda derivative the view h. one so they probably leverage some of that technology is like the skids of course is one of them. I think the engines at first as well but also the tandem seating and also. It's really skinny as that on purpose. Yes so if you think about it from the point of view of what you want with an attack helicopter tandem seating really fits what you want like we said it allows the aircraft to be incredibly maneuverable little faster as its slicing through the air that also allows you to put weapons out to the side you know. So you've got your wing stores out there wing stubs as we call them and the more room you have for that the skinner you are the more weapons you're allowed to put on there. So yeah that's really the shape advantage that you have and then of course as you're diving in on your target shooting rockets and things like that. It's better to have that skinny profile when somebody's shooting back at ya is to have a big fat pozzo out there that they can hit easily and does this. I assume fold up in a small package for being on chip or being airlifted. Somewhere i mean when you guys went to afghanistan thinking you didn't fly there right now so i got afghanistan. We'd been there for quite a while. So those aircraft had been there..

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"And it's a lot more maneuverable and carries a much bigger payload the avionics in the front and the back are in the whiskey and other ones. You kind of had a goner front and a pilot in the back a little bit even though they're both pilots and then the zoo. It's both the same so you can do the same things in the front as you can the back so zoos. Great aircraft abet is awesome. What's the practical implication for you as a pilot of the four blaze versus to and again. I'm just a dumb jet pilots. Your yeah well. There's a few differences on the sad things that you lose going from two blades to four is the sound. I thought you might say yeah right. So you've got that wop wop of the to cobra that people know and quite frankly i can be an asset deter. Yeah and close-air-support situation you know you hear those things come in and people are going to get out of town. But that's what's called an under slung rotor head and the disadvantages of that are think of it as maybe if you've ever like spun those spinney it's on a stick and you spin it and it flies up in the air you know. It's kind of like that. But it's balanced on the stick so the blades can actually move up and down and when they move up and down. If you don't have enough g forces on those blades they can actually hit the mass and we call that masked bumping if you're ever in a situation where like for example if you're low and you to pop up to dive into raka shot and you unload the road ahead and essentially go negative. Jeez you can get mask bumping that will essentially depart your rotor from your helicopter which you never want. That doesn't sound good. Always bad right while so. It works for what we needed. Four but the real advantage of that fully articulated rotor head. Is you don't have that problem anymore. And makes it much more maneuverable because the four blades move independently if they need to..

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"The same squadron. So obviously there's a rivalry there And huey guys always liked to joke that well. The cover was made from a huey so he was here. I write so back in the sixties. You know vietnam era yet. Assault support aircraft. That's really korea. But then military start using helicopters a lot more to move troops around and stuff like that and they're having issues getting those assault sport aircraft in there inside of the need some top cover with an attack version of the assault support. And that's where the cobra came about. And they made it. I think a little a little slimmer for more survivability less target just two pilots in there to help out those guys that are dropping off troops. That's kind of how it started and so yet derived from the. Uh one iroquois. I guess never know how to pronounce. Then but today and your squadron a pilot is not flying both or is he or she no. You're either a cobra personnel. Hugh and different. Nee tops different qualls louis different yeah okay different mindset personality everything all right. Yeah that must make for some fun times a bunch of class. What is it type a personality all right so the army didn't stay with it for very long right. Used it until about two thousand. I think i read marine corps. Picked it up some point along the way and yet with the bread and butter for the h. One day yes. So you know the marine corps. I think was interested in it because of the close air support capabilities that it can provide. The army had a single engine and to go over the water with this thing. We really like to have two engines right. So that's when they came up with juliet model of the j. model which is the sea cobra and they went to a tango. Which is the. I think the super cobra and it got to the whiskey right in zulu obviously and really likes the cobra because of the capabilities that brings to the battlefield. It is incredibly nimble. I would argue the most maneuverable aircraft. That exists in our Weaponry it's really good at close-air-support so down in the ground close to the marines close to the troops helping them out when they need it. You know in certain people with huey. So it's it's really good for that kind of all purpose. Ground pounders support fighter type aircraft. Because that's what the marine corps does right. We had an episode on the mac tough. So you're bringing everything you need including some navy folks because marines are all combatants as some of the hormone chaplains exactly and get you there but otherwise you guys are self sufficient all right so close support of the folks i mean they generally supporting the folks that go out and do some interdiction on their own. Yeah you can definitely do interdiction certainly in my experience. When i was there are primary bread and butter closer support but definitely aerial. Interdiction is one of our top metals mission. Essential task lists is what that is right. So and that's a really fun mission to train to do whereas to go out and his sneaking through the hills and blowing things up and then going back so we definitely do that as well all right so you already touched on some of the different variants. Let's see if we can get through this. We don't need to go a. Through z out. Note there even wasn't a sure that of course you have the prototypes in some of those early variants..

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"God bless you guys and thanks for what you do. Well greg thanks for your call. I actually forwarded your call to my brother who also heard on the tiger cruise and he wrote back a very touching note that made his day and made them laughing kreil at once in a minute. Long voice message there so yes thank you. We do miss rocky dearly. And for those of you who might be jumping around in the podcast. Here we are in early september. I lost my two year older brother iraqi in june and we had a recording with him from before obviously of tiger cruise that we replayed. And you can find that in our lineup. That's with gregg referring to there. So y- greg. We certainly miss rocky. I think about him quite frequently. You know fifty years of my life spent with always him there and so every once in a while say oh i need to call or text rocky about something and then i have to remind myself. You know it's kind of like muscle memory now that i still think that he's there and he's not and so we are healing slowly as is his family. They're still struggling. Of course but at least i have the benefit of being in an environment where he was always somewhere else in there in the home and he's not there of course that's painful but we miss him and i thought the tiger cruise episode was a good tribute to him. So thanks for acknowledging. All right next is another email. This is from richard route. Who says i was in the army. I was curious to know your opinion of drones and drone pilots while deployed. I heard but never saw them and wondered what the fighter pilot. Podcast felt about these planes and their pilots. Well richard they're clearly second class people and their mission doesn't matter of course. That's not what i'm going to say. Every mission matters as we've talked about before with the c. seventeen it takes pilots and other trained professionals to fly them even if they're not in the actual aircraft. It's still an important mission. They're out there doing good work. I have read the book. Hunter killer about some of the first use of drones. in a some of the kinetic activity. They were doing all over the place. I think of them as professionals just like i do everyone else who wears the uniform clearly. Some do it better than others. And that's true for any profession. I think i personally have no qualms against them. I would be happy to have them on the show at some point. We haven't gotten there yet. Because as you alluded the show is titled the fighter pilot podcast and it's slightly different but we'll get to an abet before long all right. Let's finish up down with a phone call. Hey vince jim sackett here. I'm just calling to let you know. Just how much. I.

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You Can Heal Your Life

07:25 min | 1 year ago

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You Can Heal Your Life

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

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You Can Heal Your Life

02:27 min | 1 year ago

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You Can Heal Your Life

05:22 min | 1 year ago

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You Can Heal Your Life

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Fake the Nation

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"Go there now and we are back and so excited to talk about this next thing. We would a piece in. The atlantic called. How america fractured into four parts. By george packer and i don't know i thought it was incredible. I'm sure people have differing opinions. Whatever but i just. I also thought it was really beautifully written. I thought it was just one of the more astute kind of breakdowns of the american population. And one of the best skewering of each of those breakdown like it was like broke it down said a couple like maybe positive things said a bunch of negative things you know basically paints the picture that we all suck and let me just get into a couple of these. Feel free to jump in with your with your understanding of what these are. The first one was free. America that's one of the categories. It's the kind of libertarian. Reagan like let's reduce taxes the don't tread on me the purpose of government to secure individual rights and little else and it's sort of was held together with with reagan's this is what but without reagan smile and the cold war clarity. It's vision grew darker or more extreme making the argument that this sort of free america thinks took hold in became like the newt. Gingrich arm of the republican party. It turned into like maybe some of the tea party parts of the republican party and Yeah i think that that your understanding of the free america category. Yeah definitely. I mean i think right like reaganism technically on a technical level correlated with some prosperity but then those benefits were off really quickly because you can only cut taxes once really right keep doing. And since then they've been running on steam and newt gingrich knew that and the the ideologically. They've been running on steam ever since and i realized you know after reading this piece that i come at that with some humility as you know coastal elite or whatever the you know the other section. Let's get it. Yeah so yeah. So let's get into that second one corey what so. The second one is smart america. The dominates the top ten percent of american incomes without economic and cultural influence there the mayor the mayor to crats of smart america. They believe that there's get some government. Intervention is necessary for everyone to have equal chance to move up but they're also the people that are like you know they go to the best schools..

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AP News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on AP News

"Ah, shut up. Over there. You mean Mayor Your Frazier was 17 when she recorded Floyd's death in May of last year at the hands of Minneapolis police and later posted it on Facebook. She testified at the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin. About what she saw a man terrified, scared. Bacon for his life. The Star Tribune of Minneapolis won a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for its coverage of George Floyd's death. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News A police officer in Chicago is facing charges in the U. S. Capitol riot in January. Prosecutors say Carol Cheswick broke into and damaged the office of Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley and texted photos of himself inside while wearing a police department sweatshirt after telling someone he was going to Washington to save the nation. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown calls into the betrayal of everything we stand for. Our oath. The law. Brown says Cheswick was relieved of duty. He was on medical leave in Chicago on the day of the riot. Brown says the fact an officer is charged with an attack on American democracy makes my blood boil. Makes me sick to my stomach. A federal magistrate ordered Cheswick released on bond. I'm Ed Donahue. The Justice Department says it will review a wave of new restrictive voting laws in GOP controlled states. Attorney General Merrick Garland says a lot of things are open to debate in America but the right of all eligible citizens to vote. Is not one of them. He says the department will double its civil rights division staffing as it looks at new and existing laws to make sure they don't violate federal voting rights. Garland says States will also get guidance about mail voting and post election audits. Soccer Megane Washington Yeah..

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"a. ah" Discussed on AP News

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

"a. ah" Discussed on AP News

"AH, shut up. You re mayor. Your Frazier was 17 when she recorded Floyd's death in May of last year at the hands of Minneapolis police and later posted it on Facebook. She testified at the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin. About what she saw a man terrified, scared. Bacon for his life. The Star Tribune of Minneapolis won a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for its coverage of George Floyd's death. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News A police officer in Chicago is facing charges in the U. S. Capitol riot in January. Prosecutors say Carol Cheswick broke into and damaged the office of Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley and texted photos of himself inside while wearing a police department sweatshirt after telling someone he was going to Washington to save the nation. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown calls into the betrayal of everything we stand for. Our oath. The law. Brown says Cheswick was relieved of duty. He was on medical leave in Chicago on the day of the riot. Brown says the fact an officer is charged with an attack on American democracy makes my blood boil. Makes me sick to my stomach. A federal magistrate ordered Cheswick released on bond. I'm Ed Donahue. The Justice Department says it will review a wave of new restrictive voting laws in GOP controlled states. Attorney General Merrick Garland says a lot of things are open to debate in America but the right of all eligible citizens to vote. Is not one of them. He says the department will double its civil rights division staffing as it looks at new and existing laws to make sure they don't violate federal voting rights. Garland says States will also get guidance about mail voting and post election audits. Soccer Megane Washington.

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